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Fresh update on "kelly" discussed on Dennis Prager
"Of our police chief have been Brooklyn Park. Um And So those I don't believe we're reporters. Those weren't the activists in the room, saying that well it if that's the reason I took your call, I will look into that. I thank you for calling. I think that's very important. If correction of what I am Everybody else thought If that is accurate, and I will try to find out to the best of my ability. Glad you called. And now Julie Kelly, whose work by a greatly and team American greatness has a piece. That I never thought I would read as an American. Truly. I never thought When People speak of political prisoners, people framed by the government and put into solitary confinement. Who did essentially nothing wrong. I did something wrong, but minimally. Think of a authoritarians. Corrupt country. Julie Kelly has a piece in American greatness. About Arkansas man. Some.
How to Tell if a Foundation Will Match Your Skin Tone
"Can you please give stuff on five on. What is the best of quite to check that. The foundation that you'll put sing is going to net show. Skin can lays can have like a much better answer to that but my response would be to buy whatever and slap it of yourself. Because that's what i do and then pay. That's not the right shade kelly. I don't care. I blended it down to my nipples. We look like it is exactly it. Just go with it. Look at is really tricky. Good old carver times. Although i don't even think supermarkets ever had tested no it was more like priceline off. Did so there's a few options is a website called foundation dot com. It's a play on foundation and it matches your foundation shades to existing products. You already have so. You need to know your shade. And i think to existing foundations and then we'll tell you you're shading others so four also has an online diagnostics tool. I know we're talking. W and stuff like that. But sephora has a fantastic tool if you didn't want to do that. Some brands have their matching tools. So for example m beauty which is through big no The w would release the big place and there was a w they have their own tool on their website. So you can go on. Without what should i do. I've been hitting store or purchase online. Let's grab that shade. Mecca does give samples. I know that's not part of the question. But if you want perhaps look at investing because by the time i guess trial and error with the more affordable stuff you might go to make our get a little tiny. They'll give you a few skirts in apart that he can go home and try it. But i would believe it or not. You're look a bit strange. But i would take your existing foundations with you and hold up to the bottle because that's better than nothing. It's better than comparing to you. Skin on your hand on the skin on your face by holding up the bottom. That's really the closest you're gonna get on. It is trial and error yes. These are more affordable products knowing waste of money and product. If they don't
Seattle public schools not accepting help from city to clear nearby homeless encampments
"Week since we first reported on the two homeless encampments on property of Seattle schools comes Matt Market, which has been digging into the story. It has some new developments, starting with broad view Thomas K. Through eight. Many are asking. Why isn't the district asking for help? The mayor wants to help Seattle public schools as a separate governmental entity, and it controls its own properties. The city of Seattle. Does not and cannot go onto school grounds and start dealing with in cameras. I asked, the district spokesperson directly has SPS asked the city for help. Allow hope team outreach workers onto school property. The spokesman was noncommittal, saying It is somewhat fluid situation and we appreciate the city's partnership inflexibility as we proceed. Regarding the camp adjacent to me Any middle school, A majority of it is on park property. Miller play field. It's a camp that grew much bigger. After the big Kelly Anderson camp was cleared in December, the city has been doing almost daily outreach their crime
Kelly Clarkson destroys trash can during performance
"Kelly clarkson as one of hollywood's biggest arrest but she's not too big to admit she used a trash can as a toilet. Kelly confess on her show this week that she's had bathroom emergencies while performing like the arena concert where she got wrecked up from some food and destroyed a trash can during a quick change aches nightmare
Family of DMX holds vigil outside New York hospital
"Well dan mx his family friends beyond say kids fans. Everybody has turned out. They actually announced it was going to be a prayer vigil outside the white plains. Hospital in new york and hundreds of people showed up to pray for d. Mx that was amazing. Did ya see the video. People outside a lot of prayers for them. Ex-man prefre that brothers harder. You would prefer you because you know he would. Dan max pray anyway anytime for anybody so fast. That energy should be given back to Mr earl simmons right now All right well m. mx as you know has been in the hospital. Since friday night. He had a heart attack. They are saying that overdose friday night and they did try to resuscitate him to keep him alive but they said he was left without oxygen to his brain for nearly thirty minutes which resulted in very little brain activity. That we are praying for a miracle.
Aaron Rodgers loves 'Jeopardy!' and wants to succeed Trebek
"Former celebrity Jeopardy champ is getting a crack it filling the big shoes left behind by Alex. Back. Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers announced back in January on the Pat McAfee show that he would be getting the chance to follow in the footsteps of his childhood idol Jeopardy. Host Alex Trebek is gonna be released here pretty soon, but I have the opportunity to one of those, Rogers becomes the latest celebrity guest host to take their turn on the iconic game show's starting a two week run this evening. The Super Bowl 45 m V P is a jeopardy champ himself, winning a celebrity episode of the show Back in 2015, beating Shark tank Judge Kevin O'Leary and future U S Senator Mark Kelly Rogers, acknowledging that he's been studying Past episodes to get a feel for how to run the game. And he actually has warned fans of a potentially viral moment in today's final Jeopardy. Man.
Man Arrested at Disney Resort in Florida After Refusing Temperature Check
"Julie Walker, A Louisiana man who said he spent $15,000 on a Disney world vacation, was arrested after he refused to get his temperature checked at a Disney Springs restaurant. And refused to leave. According to the arrest report. Kelly Sills was arrested in February but spoke to reporters over the weekend comparing Disney security to Nazis and the Mafia. According to The Washington Post, He said he walked into the restaurant through an exit and didn't realize
"kelly" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly
"Love it. i can't wait. I also wanted to just talk about while one hundred episodes in how stars like us as really changed my life. I've talked to some amazing people on this show. And there are some episodes that i feel forever moved by that there is a before and after where after that conversation with a certain guest i left with a completely different vantage than i had going into it. That opened my eyes. That also did that. Help facilitate my own personal healing and that informed my practice that has helped me sort of hone and and cultivate understanding of nebulous concepts that were too abstract for me to put into words so a hundred episodes in just incredible gratitude for our guests. Everyone who has taken the time to shoot their stories with us here. And i also just want to share one more thing which is that. The future of stars like us. Now that we are in the triple digits. This is our story to write. This is our podcast. This is a space that we can actively move in a direction that we need it to move in. We might find that we need to shift the conversations open it up talked to more people and even more practices beyond the metaphysical space. We might find that. We need to to narrow the focus and make it really a metaphysical proc metaphysical bot guys were. We are only talking to other practitioners. We can experiment. We can explore but your continued support sending me emails telling me what episodes you like. What guests you on the show sending mediums like. That's helpful information. Because i also appreciate your time as a listener. I don't take it for granted that at all. And i want the shows to be informative and helpful in meaningful and to make an impact in your life micro and macro so continue to be in dialogue with me. Tell me what you like about. Stars like us. What are your favorite episodes. Who do you want to hear on stars like us. What are the types of things you'd like to explore in this podcast in the space. Obviously you know maintaining hospitality and creating a welcoming environment for our guest always but adding onto that building on that. Where should we go. what should we explore. What should we do. I have so many amazing interviews lined up. That are going to go into the one hundred. But i'm always around. I'm always here. this is well. ironically. I'm recording this in real time. You're listening to this slightly after the real time recording but even still it's as real anna's sort of live as it is when it hits your ears as one. I'm recording this into my microphone right now. There is this symbiotic relationship between us communicating. You know there is a there. There's a fourth wall you know. There is a dialogue. There is a conversation happening that transcends just pressing play and to me that carries stars like us that compels me to wanna keep making these episodes and keep dealing with the technical stresses of connecting with people on zoom and hopefully in person again soon which will be so beautiful and maybe even we can do some live shows in the future that would be so fabulous and you can meet these people. I don't know i'm dreaming but it also seems possible anything's possible so for this one hundredth episode. I just wanted to be real with you. All take a moment to express gratitude to tell you why this experience has been like on my end and to let you know that not going anywhere stars like asses is going to very happily move now into the next one hundred episodes and i guess we'll see what happens over the next two years two thousand and twenty three. Wow okay well. I love you all. Thank you for listening. Thank you for your continued support. So a preciado your comment your review your five stars. It would mean the world to me but even more. Just thank you.
"kelly" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly
"In lieu of that often times what i have done and i recognize i've done is i want to reaffirm someone and make them feel welcome by giving them a lot. You know really going. Full leo on it and giving them as much as i can nodding agreeing verbally you know chiming in saying yes. I relate that wow great point this connects with this. Not because i wanna cut my guests off. Why would i wanna fucking do that. Because i want them to feel safe in one greeted a space. That feels hospitable. I want to create a space. It feels warm and not is really hard to do. Virtually the fatigue that. I know everybody feels from being in lockdown. For a year and lockdown being this nebulous concept that means different things in different places. But you know everyone obviously has had to change the way that they interact with people because of this global pandemic and this has showed up and really changed the way that stars like us functions changed the way that i interact with people in a lot of ways it has opened the doors to a lot more guests and a lot more areas than i was just moving back and forth between primarily new york in los angeles. I'm connecting people all over the world. Now thanks to zoom thanks to this technology and thanks to sort of the acceptance of this technology. But i've lost the ability to create an environment that i can make sure that my guests are comfortable and and i can read their experience in person in real time to know that. So if you've heard me interrupting or adding ally or sorta chiming in. I hear you. I i read the two comments that say that it hurts my feelings. But i'll receive it but i also want you listeners. Especially if you listeners. Who are annoyed by that. To know what's going on and that stars like us is a really important and sacred extension of my practice because it is my ability to open my arms and my doors and the microphone people from different places around the world different practices different ideas different experiences. Different traumas different joys. Different ways of being alive and my message and my mission is that there are these beautiful shared experiences that we can find when we listen to other people when we have these conversations when we get to know about different people's journeys their mythology their practices. And that's what i'm going to continue to do in stars like us and everywhere that i can you know that is that is an ethical principles to me something that i truly believe so if you have felt that i need to be a better listener i hear you. I will make note. But i also want you to know why stars like us is but first and foremost a safe space for our guests. Anna safe space for our listeners. And i want to continue to make sure that. However i need to show up in those dialogues reading. Somebody virtually and making sure that they feel safe to be able to share their story with us. I'm going to do it. So i guess i had to get that off my chest. Thanks for listening. Hello friends league here. in 'perfect stars like us fashion. I wanted to take a moment introduce you guys to well just some real talk surrounding beauty skin care and all things sort of acetic realness so i know that my skin care and beauty routines have changed pretty dramatically In the past year. No thanks to this. Global panini But the cool thing is is that i started taking a lot more risks with the types of products i use and how i use them because i have time to experiment and i wanna introduce you guys to accompany. That has come on radar in the past year and it's called thrive cosmetics Through medics creates high performance award winning vegan cruelty free beauty products that actually support ethical causes. And there's a pawn in the name because it's not cosmetics. It's 'cause medics c. A. u. s. e. cosmetics which is really super. Cute thrive makes high-performance products which basically means that they are built to work the highlighting stick actually highlights and it lasts the lip treatment. Actually moisturizes and it hydrates. The mascara really extends your lashes and it shows Speaking of which the mascara which is called the liquid lash extension mascara is actually designed to support longer stronger and healthier lashes over time. It's flake free. Smudge free humphry. Which means you can actually enjoy batting your beautiful natural ashes as enhanced by a smart effective product. And obviously i have not seen anyone in person in three thousand years. But i can confirm that every time. I wear this skara in my instagram stories. Or during one of our covid meetings. I'm very flattered by receiving. Lots of compliments on my i make up so even in this virtual world this lash magic really does make a noticeable difference it makes me feel good and we love that so perhaps most importantly the thing that really says thrive apart is that they care For every product dr cosmetics. Help women in need.
"kelly" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly
"Hi everyone. Welcome back to stars like us. I'm your host. Eliza kelly and this is a very special episode of stars like us Celebrate tori episode to recognize one hundred episodes. This is the one hundredth episode of this podcast. And because. I'm a sentimental bitch. I decided to just take some time to share my reflections of this journey with you. All and to express my deep gratitude for two years of listenership hundred episodes of listenership. Thank you all so much for being on this journey with me and for creating a safe space to explore so many of the challenging topics that we discuss on stars like us to greet our guests with humility and hospitality open mindedness and to share this space with other practitioners creatives. Artis just interesting people. I really appreciate all of you and your open-mindedness and your willingness to hear about such diverse topics in what is billed as an astrology. Podcast to me. Astrology is so much more expensive than just the study of iconography and symbolism and birth charts. Even it's about connectivity s- about all of us doing all of us you know it's about the spirit and the celebration of an individual all as part of the collective and all of these things working together in these micro and macro ways weaving into each other so poetically so elegantly and not is what this podcast has transformed into for me and hopefully for you to it certainly way back in two thousand and nineteen started with a lot more structure in terms of okay. I wanna talk about this astrological topic. I wanna deep dive into this house or this planet or the zodiac sign and as a byproduct of my own growth practitioner but also external circumstances. Vis-a-vis no longer being able to connect with gas person. The show naturally started to transform and i moved with that transformation i evolved with it and i'm very grateful for all of you for continuing to grow with this show hundred episodes in if you like this show i want to encourage you. Please leave a nicer review. Leave five stars. It really does make a difference. I was just on the page where i was looking at the reviews and i saw that i got some rude ones and it really hurt my feelings. Not because i can't handle some criticism. Not that my. Dm's are a happy place where no one ever says nasty shed and i don't have to deal with trolls but because the feedback that i got the comments were saying that. I don't let my guess talk now. That really really hurt my feelings. And i take that and you know i really do and i will be mindful of that moving forward but i just want to explain a little bit. Technically about what challenges. I faced with having to move the show into zoom. Basically when you're in person with someone as the show started there is a lot that happens in body language energy. There's a lot that happens when you're just connecting face to face with someone and you can read them and you can make sure that they feel comfortable with what they need. You need a glass of water you know you want a snack like are you comfortable in your chair. Do you have everything like. Let's do a test. does it sound good to you. That hospitality is so important to me. Because i take my role as a host of the show very seriously when someone is spending their time talking to me and recording episode. That's going to be listened to by thousands of people. I wanna make sure that they feel comfortable. And i also wanna make sure that they know that if they say something stupid that i'm going to edit it out that there's no reason not they need to feel stressed out about this experience that it is a safe environment for them to share and i really wanna make them feel welcome. Unfortunately when everything had to move. Virtually my rule i suppose of wanting all of my episodes to be recorded in person. Went out the fucking window and suddenly everything had to be virtual. And we've been able to do an entire year's worth of stars like us episodes. Virtually and for that. I am very grateful. There's been a lot of things that have been lost I've lost the ability to connect with someone physically and be in space with them and make they feel welcome in the environment that we're in that were occupying together. Make sure that you know to chitchat. Before we begin to set the scene to just bring a certain ease so that they know that. I'm not judging them. No listeners are judging them and that they understand the tenor of the show. So virtually for the past year. A lot of the time. Most of the time. When i'm connecting with our guests i'm connecting with them for the very first time and meeting them on zoom. Obviously it's kind of awkward for everyone. There's the technical blunders of mike's not working or being connected to the wrong source and the videos not working or you know us not being able to capture the audio but most importantly the vibe of this is a safe space. Stars like us is about Bringing things down dropping things down making them grounded and at hopefully offering a platform for honest dialogue. I can say that verbally. And i do say that. But i'm not able to convey that energetically through my body language through the environment and through. All of these other cues that are so important for for getting to know somebody and for feeling like you had a good experience so.
The University of Washington's retired live mascot, Dubs, dies
"Asking alumni band members even past football players, saying they're still saddened to learn of the passing of Dubs the retired mascot of the University of Washington to £75 Alaskan malamute became the 13th live mascot. In 2009. He's a dog of the people he was made for this. He really was something owner Kelly Campbell shared with many for years, Dubs had been a staple that you don't football games rooting on the dogs for 65 home games. Get all his owner said he's made nearly 400 appearances on behalf of the university since Dubs took over Washington Football had a record of 79 48 winning 62% of its contest. University had out passing of the color ceremony during the first quarter of Washington's final home game against Oregon State and 2018 dubs the original will be remembered through hours of video in thousands of pictures with fans players in school factually, many of which are being posted on social media as we speak. Thank you dubs for what you did for Husky football.
Digital papers, please? New York rolls out COVID-19 vaccine passport
"Passports are being touted as an easy way to verify a person has received one of the corona virus vaccines or tested negative for the virus. Jason Kelly is the general manager of global strategic alliances at IBM, which helped develop New York's Excelsior Pass, You see an app that includes a Q R code. They took a test and when the negative test they then had that You are code pushed to their home. When someone scans the QR code, they can access the state's health data. Some critics were skeptical of carrying around personal health data on a smartphone. But Kelly says the APP doesn't collect any information on individuals that Q R code is really The past. So there's no data on your phone. It's just a Q R code with Tech trends. Chuck's Iverson ABC News Before I was adopted, I felt like nobody wanted me. I felt like my life
Greenwood Genetic Center on Epigenetics
"I guess they are front. Greenwood genetic center. Dr louis and kelly walden rate is an assistant director in greenwood's molecular diagnostic laboratory and kelly is greenwood's director of diagnostic development and h net counselor by training. Welcome to the show guys. It's fantastic to have john. Thanks for having us. Thank you so a lot of genetic counselors. If they're listening they know greenwood for their visual aids. I think that's what greenwood is most popular for. But could you give us a little more background and tell us about the other division of green genetic center. That people may be less familiar with kelly. Did you want to start us out of just giving background information. So the green which genetic center is a nonprofit organization We do have four divisions we have our clinical division said they see patients across the state of south carolina. We have our research. Division focused on functional studies setting the causes of autism birth defects intellectual disability. Our education division. They provide programs across the state from middle school. High school all the way up through our medical genetics training programs and then are gonna collapse. I agree with diagnostic labs. We have cited genetics molecular and biochemical testing. And so in this episode we are focusing on epigenetics and really exploring what happy. Genetics is testing four. Bg that conditions for those. That may not understand like they hear this epigenetics term. They're like what is genetics. I have no idea reagan. You fill us in on just giving us that background information so that you know us talking about testing options and conditions all make a little bit more sense. Yup so epigenetics is the process in which expression in jeans are either increase or decrease in a way that's independent makoni sequence
Chicago police shooting victim was 13-year-old boy
"The suspect shot and killed by Chicago police earlier this week was 13 year old Adam Toledo. It happened in the 2400 block of South Sawyer and Little Village. WGN's Kelly Davis has more. An autopsy found he died of a gunshot wound to the chest at the scene. The church is surveillance camera captured the commotion While you can't see the shooting, you can't see the police response just on the other side of the fence, believe, say, officers were responding around 2 30 in the morning Monday to a shot spotter alert. They say the boy was armed when he was shot. Another suspect was taken into custody. Govind mitigation restrictions
The Voice: Snoop Dogg to Serve as Mega Mentor in Season 20
"Finally, Snoop Dog will be joining the voice Coaches Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas, John Legend and Blake Shelton as American mentor. Oh, that's what they call it, making mentor. It's a proper now the current season of the voice. I got my tour, Doug will be mentoring the remaining artists who have made it through the battle rounds. To each team prepares for the knockouts begin Monday. April 19
Britney Spears asked Sharon Stone for help at height of nervous breakdown
"So sharon stone whom britney spears recently called an inspiration said she received a letter from the pop star around the time brittany was infamously going through a public meltdown and shaved her head into dozen seven. Sharon opened up to kelly clarkson on her. Show saying quote britney spears route to me a very long and important poignant letter during a very difficult time in her life about the time when people would recognize it when she was having her difficult moments she said she at the time was going through something very difficult and needed help insurance. That couldn't help myself but the truth of the matter is we both needed help. She needed help. I needed help. My what. I just love stone honesty and i and i and i hope that They both got the helping me to china's doing great now. I'm reading. the book came out yesterday. It's fantastic. It's really full of details. And what an amazing live she has led and we still
Amazon Expects a Return to Offices by Fall
"To change. In a memo to employees, company officials said they expect these workers to start returning to the downtown Seattle headquarters this summer, with most in the office by early fall. This is good news for businesses around the area that have seen a severe downturn during the pandemic. The company plans to continue safety protocols like temperature screenings, physical distancing and mask requirements. Kelly Blier Coma News Stay connected.
Amazon Plans To Bring Seattle Workers Back to the Office
"Amazon announcing what it hopes to have its workers back and it's downtown office come most. Kelly, buyer with the latest 90% of Amazon's corporate workers are currently working from home. That's about to change. In a memo to employees, Company officials said they expect these workers to start returning to the downtown Seattle headquarters this summer, with most in the office by early fall. This is good news for businesses around the area that have seen a severe downturn during the pandemic. The company plans to continue safety protocols like temperature screenings, physical distancing and mask
Washington's 1st federal mass vaccination site opens in Yakima
"Opens its first mass vaccination site in Washington state. Today, Como's Kelly Blier reports. The central Washington State Fair Park in Yakima is where the first federal mass vaccination site in the state will be. The Federal Emergency Management Agency will run the site. FEMA plans to administer close to 1200 doses a day Vaccine will come from the federal government instead of the state's weekly allotment. These additional doses will help the state vaccinate more people, especially those in rural and agricultural communities, who have been so hard hit by the pandemic. Kelly
Sharon Stone reveals Britney Spears sent her a letter asking for help
"Sharon Stone revealed that Britney Spears once reached out to her for help Sharon Stone shared on the Kelly Clarkson show today, by the way that Britney wrote to her in 2007, Sharon says it was a very long and important, poignant letter during a very difficult time in her life. About the time when people would recognize it When you know all the stuff was happening. Sharon's with Britney Spears, Sharon Stone said that she, too was going through a very difficult time.
Ariana Grande is the highest paid The Voice coach
"Ariana grande is now if the highest paid coach ever to be on the voice. Let me give you all the dish. So arianna surprised everybody. When she announced she was joining the voice as a coach is going to be joining blake. Shelton john legend and kelly clarkson forsees in twenty one. She said that she's honored and excited to be joining. The voice family has been a huge fan of the show for a very long time. And you can't wait to go head to head with these incredible coaches and get to meet develop and no. Some new artists have fans will be excited to a does really melted down. She's going to be replacing. Nick jonas. This is a huge for the show an nbc. Let me just give you a few statistics here. Just you figure out how big ariana is on spotify. She's the most streamed artists of the deck. She has eighty two million followers on twitter. Which just is to give you. A comparison is almost double blake. John and kelly come bind myself. Says a telling me she's making the most of anybody on the show. Kelly at the moment makes the most she makes fifteen million dollars. They wanted to get her show. Particularly american idol was coming back. Very smart blake. Shelton ends around thirteen million dollars. Adam levine about the same member and miley. Cyrus was on the show. She got about thirteen million dollars to my sources. Tell me that they don't know the specific amount but they believe that ariana grande day could be getting twenty to twenty five million dollars a season which puts her on par. With what katy. Perry's getting at american idol.
Kaley & Nate Klemp - How To Be A Good Partner
"Two wonderful guests for you today. Not one but two nate and kaley clump. They're an amazing couple. That together co-authored the new book. The eighty eighty marriage a new model for a happier stronger marriage. Both of them are also incredible in their own. Right nate is actually one of the founders of a company that's partnered with mindful dot org. He's a phd from princeton university. And is the author of start here. Master the lifelong habit of wellbeing. So he's deeply steeped in mindfulness. Kelly is an amazing expert. On small group dynamics and leadership development her books include the fifteen commitments of conscious leadership. The drama free office. And let's say you could make a drama free office. You can probably make a drama free marriage and she created the thirteen guidelines for effective teams so between the two of them. They're here today to talk about the amazing power of bringing mindfulness into your relationship and how to have a happier one. Welcome nate and kelly. Which for having us here so happy to be here. It is my joy and pleasure. Let's start by talking first of all about what it's like to work together as a couple. You guys wrote a book together. You co create. tell me about it. It's a funny thing. Because i think initially. We had a semi conscious agreement to never worked together. We have created separate worlds as you described each pursuing our own areas and then it was really this project around marriage that clearly. We're doing as a joint project and our life and recognize that. Initially nate was going to write this book as a solo author which we thought was going to be really interesting but thought that it would actually be more powerful to do together so now working together living together parenting together being married there is a lot of together and i think that makes all the tools we talk about even more
"kelly" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"You believe made it weird with the home. What's happening weirdos. This is chris kelly. I hope everybody's doing well. I should have said that. I hope everybody's doing well. This is chris kelly We're doing well. I don't know if you guys listen to friday The we made it weird episode with me and val update everybody's happy and healthy including leila so we are Out of the woods we had our basically our last day of quarantine is tomorrow after a little. Bit of a scare. But we're good. We're back baby. Summer of george were good. And i'm so happy to share this episode with you chris. Kelly directed We talk a little bit about this episode two and three of the first season of crashing. I loved working with him. He also created The movie which you'll hear that. I love very very much other people. If you're looking for a wonderful hilarious heartfelt indie movie It is incredible. Check it out. We all need good things to watch. During quarantine other people is at the top of my rex. Marex a also made the other two. He's made so many wonderful things and was the head writer for us now and he's a delight and he's hilarious so let's get to it as quickly as possible. It means so much if you want to show your support for the show by trying. One of our pete's picks i have a new one for you guys which is stitch fix. We have been using stitch. Fix vallon i for years. It started when i noticed. When and i moved in together there was always a box from stitch fix. She was trying on clothes. She was keeping the one she liked and she was sending them back. And that is what stitch fix is about. It's like an online personal shopper. Curated to your size your taste and they make it so easy. And that is basically. Where valujet's oliver close and i started doing it as well. It is so easy. So i'm and i'm so glad that they're the newest pizza pack because we can give them a genuine and enthusiastic endorsement. Have you ever looked at your current cold weather wardrobe options and just get a chill. I think it might be time to ditch that old sweater and upgrade that jacket a stitch fix personal. Stylus can help you pick new pieces. That are timeless.
"kelly" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly
"You know we have so many different option now options to give our body back to the earth in ways that aren't going to damage it but actually nourish it and i think that's another really attractive feature of what's going to be coming in the next two hundred years So i'm really excited about moving away from the greediness. The capitalism empowering people to do it on their own like diy type stuff and then really getting into the green aspect of repealing. The earth with us as it was originally intended. Yeah absolutely i mean. How much does spirituality embed itself in your work and nine. Do you feel spiritually connected with the body. The soul is there a separation of those two. Are they the same i mean. How does these. The sort of mystical musings tie into the work that you do experiencing the dying atmosphere so the atmosphere that a person is dying and most of us go unconscious for a while before we die so that unconscious dying space that we enter. That is a psychic space spiritual space a space that people need the right atmosphere to navigate. They need to feel safe. They need to feel grounded energetic presence around them at that point we really are communicating with them on a different level. They might not be hearing us. We might not even be in the same room but they can feel kind of that. Were there and so. It's a very mystical experience. To see kind of what comes from any individual dying person as their in not unconscious in the energy that becomes around them and the energy that we also contribute So i really think that's the spiritual aspect of it. Obviously it's very hard to prove this. But this i've seen thousands and thousands of people die and i see what they go through and it. It's almost like they don't even know when they're taking their last breath. I don't think people have this inner dialogue of my god. I just stopped breathing. I think they just comfortably and energetically move on and death is often more peaceful than people realize. You know it's interesting. Because in my work i will hear and i have the privilege of working with thousands of people as well so i have a pretty decent sample size on this of people who have told me that when a loved one has passed and this is also in my own in my own family. This is true when my level when a loved one is passed that they even if they're not in the same environment same city that they will hear a message from their loved one something reassuring usually or soothing or really personal really poignant and then they'll get a phone call that that person has crossed over. Is that something that you've also experienced. Absolutely it goes both ways to it might be someone who is like earthbound. They kind of get the message that someone has died and then they find out they're died it also might be someone who is dying and actually getting a message from somebody who's already crossed over. They might be coming to visit them and this happens i literally. It's a high percentage. I'm gonna say like eighty five. To ninety percent of the time they start to have some kind of lifting of the veil where they can look through and talk to people who are already deceased and also. I think they can send psychic messages to living as well. They're very powerful. Yeah when my grandmother started to have dementia few years ago and my grandmother prior to her dementia. Was you know really active. Like in two thousand sixteen we are going to clubs and new york city and then i saw i saw her sort of dipping in and out and i started to see that something was changing. Now it's you know pretty severe She's ninety one and for the past few years. My grandfather who passed away. When i was seventeen has been more and more of an active person in her life. And you'll ask how side doing have you seen have and i'm like no have you. And she's like no. I haven't knows when was the last time you saw him and she was like a few months ago. But it's like he's around you know and it's been just an. When she was still living at home she would be looking out the window waiting for him to come back and she was quite certain that she was going to see him and it does see him in this way like my grandfather and her seeing him but the not seeing him and asking how he is and like being like does anyone in contact with him. You know like anyone know what's going on with grandpa. is kind of this interesting. Harboring are of her own passing right and it's like the more that she's in that state the less physically present she is and the more she talks about her husband. My grandfather who's not here and has been berle longtime the more that she. I see her sort of move into this other state of mind. Yeah you're right. That's the first step that people take when they're in their the beginning stages of process which typically the dying labor process takes about one to three months but the withdrawing and then the sort of the connecting to the other side whether it's through sleeping ally or actually seeing and hearing things that are coming to them. I obviously don't know what it is. But it's very mystical. And like i said dying people they become more psychically powerful in in ways. That are hard to understand. It would probably take a lifetime of work to maybe get a glimpse of the truth on that. Yeah that's so beautiful. So how do you reconcile seeing thousands of people die. Is that something that's comfortable for you. I'm very comfortable around us. You know.
"kelly" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Was a fan of as a child that i get to interview as an adult and it's even cooler if they're listener of the show. That's always that moment where they're a fan of yours and you were along a fan of theirs I'll close. Because i know you have other things to do How're your kids. How's your husband. And what do they think about this. Whirlwind of the last five years i think for acting you know my family is great. Thankfully and i've said this to particular not not to be sexist. But i think women have a particularly great poll to be with their children as they're growing up They're they're better. Like i was looking at my family unit recently thinking it's really well it's healthy and my kids are well and my relationship with my husband is great and like my kids. Behavior is good in the family. And it's very much intact and i thought you know what like it wasn't always as good when i was at the kelly file not seeing my children any day monday through friday and always stressed out. Always i mean like that was the toughest thing about the trump time but then roger ailes things that happen. You mentioned that bombshell movie. Which in large part depicts the events correctly. It was very stressful. And you know you try not to bring that home your family. But i'm only human and Now unhappy and i've been with them. you know. i left fox in january of seventeen. My kids were seven. Five and three. So i hadn't missed it and i've been totally present for it and It's awesome you know. I'm not you know. It's got a downside. It's not like i don't need to go a twenty four seven but i do need to be present and i'm enjoying it. They're enjoying me. I just think like sometimes that little voice in the back of your head saying you need to fix it not seeing them enough room you to listen to all our via followed your career. I've felt like. I have a very good understanding of what drives you in what we have seasons in our lives right and and as a young woman you were extremely ambitious and then you achieve this and this happens to many women this happened. My wife was rick. Perry secretary of state at the very time that our kids needed her most and that's why she she was happy to come home afterwards. There is that moment where you get it all especially as a woman you get it all and then and then everything's in place and the kids are going great. Mommy but could you just spend more time at home. And then there's this crashing of the times so you have to take a few years off there and you know may maybe. That was the season you've been in in. You're ready to engage. It's totally understandable. That's exactly right. And but re engage in a way that works for my life. you know. i'm the podcast studio is in my house. I can do it when i when it works for me and my family and i'm raising production company..
"kelly" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Is megan kelly. She needs no introduction to our audience. You may not know that. She has begun. Podcast call the meghan. Kelly show and we'll talk about that meghan. You've interviewed a lot of people including vladimir putin donald trump obviously privately and publicly on air and lot of others. But when you're being interviewed is that something you look forward to or is it something that you're self conscious because you spend so much time asking the questions rather than answering. I'm enjoying it more and more. I'm sort of in the business now. More of sharing my opinions. I have two cats. And so. I'm i'm just enjoying not having to be so careful about what i say. And kinda just let rip. So i would say the same way. Dana perino once told me that she crossed over from wanting to be the one talking about the news. You being the one asking the news. I feel like i might be having the opposite. Well we'll talk about that in a moment The question that you asked that was written as megan kelly in the question that changed her life forever. You talked about that being Being the subject of the story like an alice through the looking glass moment in that takes us back to the question that you ask of donald trump and of course his reaction during the first debate And that date was. I had it in front of me. It was back in august. Two thousand five hundred sixty thousand fifty six. I was reading in august seventh report. The question that changed her life forever. did that. change your life forever. i think it did. Yeah actually he did. I mean it was All the weird fall out. And how mad trump god and you know it's just it was such a crazy reaction to what was obviously a tough question but no tougher than the ones i had for carson scott walker. I mean they all got it right in the face that night. The presidential debate But you know trump being trump into thing and then it was a thing for nine months. 'cause when he was like a dog with a bone and It just weird stuff happened is security threats and.
"kelly" Discussed on Murder Minute
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"kelly" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Welcome back to murder. Men in nineteen eighty-one fifteen year old. Kelly jane. evelyn cook her parents and her siblings were among the less than four hundred residents living in the small village of standard in alberta canada. Like many teenage girls her age. Kelly worked as a babysitter once or twice a week for the families in the area to earn some extra pocket. Money all of the arrangements were made by telephone at eight. Twenty am on wednesday april. Twenty second nineteen eighty-one kelly received. Call the man on the phone said that his name was bill christianson and that he needed a babysitter that evening. Though she didn't know the man christianson was a common surname in the area and he seemed acquainted with the neighbors. Christensen offered to pick kelly up that evening and return her home at.
"kelly" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Away from space. Oh i even go there. You couldn't pay me to go. I am not going hannity. You felt a little looseness in there. There has that's there. Must i wish i had asked him. I thought everyone knew. I felt stupid asking that and i did ask him. But it didn't seem to want to elaborate. He just said it's very hard to up their russians. Say more food. If you wanna bri. I like you were asking logistics that i also assumed what he soon. Which is your dislike asking about. That's what did that you told me the other day. The yeah you just have to eat keeping until my god. Yeah well and that's what christians trying to do approach. He's taking she's taking her cues from the russian so astronauts in cancer. It seems like there was some studies saying it was a little more Prevalent thank you. But there's a new study that says space radiation doesn't seem to increase astronauts rest of death from cancer or heart disease at least not at the doses they experienced during historical missions longer missions such as a mission to mars will likely come with a much greater radiation doses that could pose larger health risks. Not great for scott kelly because he was there like the longest five hundred forty all told or something. Oh three years. The longest on interrupted act will with his partner. Yeah media michelle good. Remember eating ding. Ding looks dingy. Don't get on now. I have to tell one joke before. We complete astronaut. Oh it's not a joke. I'm sorry because you guys are seinfeld. People you're not going to know this. This is a friend's reference. Oh okay one of my favorite lines from friends is because scott's a twin ucs said this is why i'm connecting. He's an identical. Twin and phoebe has an identical twin on friends. And there's one episode. Where phoebe wants to buy all the furniture at flea market and rachel wants to buy it from pottery barn So rachel starts lying and saying the she's buying from pottery barn is from the flea market a and then ross comes over. He admired the furniture. And then rachel told him. It was from pottery barn and that he had to lie about it and he said oh. Twins are so weird. Wait let me get this right. This is very prominent at it. I used to know all the word. Fuck fuck fuck you know why. Because she's a twin. Twins are weird. And rachel says she's not weird things to be one of a kind and he said you know what's not one of a kind a twin there. We go is really good so it wasn't a space joke as much as twenty twin. Joe okay still connected to this episode very much. So yeah really nice. That's all right right probably biden..
"kelly" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham
"I'm going to be having in depth personal conversations with some of my favorite people on how they walk the walk of self talk. We'll find out about their pretty big deal moment. Absolutely nothing is off limits. So get ready. I am so pumped because today we are talking to go you roland so you might have heard of her from this little. And so group called. Destiny's child they just you know sold one hundred million records. She's amazing very nice. You know i'm so like i'm in love with nice girls. She's a mommy she's pregnant. She's making us lifetime movies and quarantine. All the things happening in. Her smile is radiant. I can't wait to talk to her. It's pretty big deal with kelly. Rowland you look so pretty. Gosh kelly. I am a mom now and by the way. You are gushing gushing. I'm obsessed this the best thing in the world. Honestly is the most beautiful rewarding stressful amazing. Like all of these things at one time. But i love it. I love my baby. I know so tight and six right. He'll be six next week. Yeah oh my gosh. And new baby door pregnant My gosh this is so exciting and he just told everybody that you're pregnant on the cover of women's health. Yeah my your body's fierce. How are you feeling feel good. You know this one is definitely different than the last one. I didn't know it would be so tired. Those first three months lasted like allied in bed. I do that with time. At all. Like i was just chilling and was like you know out and exercising having fun still working doing this this when we adam like. I'm ready for this energy law winston. So we wade so you don't have to say yes or no but that just makes me feel like it's probably a girl then we'll girl we'll see we'll see because everybody keeps saying we're you know. Oh so wait that means that you don't you really truly don't know this x. New knows you don't know but your husband now. We tried that the first one. The first we didn't work i was like no. I want to know what it is but now to knows. I don't know how does he not say like oh he or she or like how does he not slip up and he i think he does it too because he just wants the best. Ooh yeah because how long have you guys been married. Now we've been married for six years now. Okay so you guys know each other. You know you're like your buttons and you know how to get each other so so. How is this pregnancy different. Just besides the energy. Because i know i mean i've only been pregnant once. And just had isaac nine months ago and it's it was like a whirlwind of abortions experiences for me like the beginning i really hated it in the middle i was like it got even worse because i wasn't in control of my body anymore but i have always been very aware of my body and now there's an alien taking over and then in my third trimester i was like i'm fancy i'm big. I got this bet. Like and then. And i actually had a ton of energy in my last trimester. Going into the second trimester. I was like oh i think i'm finding a strive now tire you. What is going on. And then that didn't have this makeup on down here under here like my face is starting. You're having a girl you having a girl for sure. Like what in the world's going awesome basis. Starting to call tired is just like your Are worked out. But i was so slow every single man and rebecca my trainer. She was like who's surrendered. throw it out like okay. Let's let's go so okay so it's really just exhaustion. Yeah i'm trying to find like i found like you to club. Was that like this. Tom like i wanna be like. I wanna feel sexy. The first time. I just felt not myself at felt like i continue to. Just kinda lose some of that which was like you know i call it. The mojo mojo started to do something else in my mojo was like now. Sit down so this time i'll take a seat. Yeah this time. I wanted to learn a cabinet. Cute clothes on the yes. I'm doing that to try to keep it going because you know you don't know what's going to happen afterwards now knowing what you know about labor and delivery what are your thoughts going into surround too. I think this time around. I want to do the same thing. I have an amazing Who helps me out the first and She's gonna be with me again this time. Hopefully you know with every go and everything so on hoping that she will be there with chicago. Com mon sheets. We still do exercises and breathing exercises visualize in the baby. I remember my sister was like you know when you feel the contraction. Just imagine the baby clinch in its way to get out and you're trying to breathe the healthy baby get out. It was actually like really great exercise. So whenever contract pay our k. I'm just trying to help you get out of the team. That part was agreed. Oh my god. I love that. I was doing affirmations. Like speaking out loud to to my baby to. And it's it's all about the visualizing the baby just like coming through the canal and knowing that like your body is made for this i love dulas so i get to this because i have to meet ernest like tim fought me the whole time on the deal. The like we don't need no do like he's a guy. I got this like i'm going to. I'm going to guide you to really got that. Got you got you as soon as i just did. The slightest one where he was like. I just me. He couldn't take me going through pain so when he came in and she just like made everything easy in just like you know had little fake candles in there with the little light said the lavender and this and that i was chill and so was he the way i feel you. I feel like after labor. I i was like oh. This is why women do this and mendome. Because y'all can't handle.
"kelly" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"So what what would you say is the guiding philosophy of the show. You talked a little bit about it but like that first meeting here's what I wanted to be. Here's what I, what I want to get across because to me you strip everything away not just from yourself from your guests where they feel like I'm GonNa Tell Kelly, this story I might not tell somebody else or I'm GonNa talk about this dark period in my life or this thing that I'm going through. So what did you say your producers when you started? Yeah It's funny. I walked into this this first meeting about possibly doing the talk show and I was telling them like it's got to be transparent. Just I want us to lean into me not an formula. We're GONNA do it like I think that's GonNa work and they agree they were beloved involving the music because I was I think it. Should start out with like music kazaa musicians. So that's off and it's Kinda different from everybody else and they love that and then they had this big giant board with all these bubbles on an NFL. All the buck means like literally like one hundred bubbles and on all the bubbles it said like you know things to talk about like subjects like. Whatever they were like Oh politics or love or You know I can't even run all the bubbles. All the bubbles were all these kind of things subjects. I might be comfortable with or not comfortable with talking on the show. And they're like, yes if you could just tell us the ones that you're comfortable with or wants to or not, and I was like well, we can talk about them all and they were like And I was like, well, why? What's up there that so taboo that like why wouldn't you talk about it? All I mean they had everything up there. You know sex all these things and I was like, well, I don't know if people know this but I have two children..
"kelly" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Over zoom this week with Grammy Winner Kelly Clarkson Kelly as you probably know by now is one of the most charming and dynamic human beings currently striding the earth. So even over zoom the conversation was crackling, it was funny she is just open and honest about everything got the talk show the Kelly Clarkson show, which debuted this time last year stepped into a world, which is very difficult to succeed in that his daytime talk you'll hear discuss that she was. Glad, she didn't know how hard it was. She kind of went in blind and said I'm just going to be myself not only did it succeed but she won the Emmy in her first year out for best talk show host. So she got that she's a natural for that. She could talk to people she can communicate with people she strips it all away and she's honest as you will hear in our conversation, we talk about the show we talk about life in quarantine she's got two young children. As many of you may know she announced in June that after nearly seven years of marriage she and her husband were divorcing. She talks about that too and in fact, she's working on a new album. That's GonNa reflect what she's been going through in her personal life over the last six months or so. So there's a lot to talk about with Click Kelly Clarkson eighteen years. Now after she became the first ever winner of American idol, that's not always easy to win one of those shows and she spun it into an amazing career, an amazing life, and it's because of who she is and I think you'll hear it all right now she's also talks about the upcoming season nineteen where she is a coach on the voice, she's getting a. Star on the Hollywood walk of fame she's got so much going on as you listen to US talk over Zoom I'm in my house she is in her house she sitting in the library I gave her a little grief because she's kind of framed her shot with two of her MTV video music awards over her shoulders and she says, she's always very careful not to be that person with all the grammy's and the trophies over her shoulder she self conscious. But she swears she just uses the to moon men as book and she's very proud of them but she has them beautifully framing a couple of her book so. Listen now, get comfortable for a great conversation with Kelly Clarkson on the Sunday sit down podcast. Kelly thank you this. Great to see you. It is lovely to see you as well. So we were just talking about I think you've been very busy during quarantine. You say not so busy, but I'm looking at the list wrapping the Kelly. Clarkson show starting a new season of it wrapping the voice starting a new season of it. You're getting star on the Hollywood walk of fame you're releasing a new single. Got A lot going on right now. Yes I. Mean I.
"kelly" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Com. R. Kelly's lawyer is offering up details about the prison attack Kelly suffering. Yeah Attorney. Steven Greenberg says fellow inmates stumped on R Kelly's head while he was sleeping apparently angered over the protests that was outside the prison that lead to additional restrictions for the inmates inside the man attacked r Kelly reportedly had the words F- The feds tattooed on his face and had a pen with him that he apparently intended to use as a shank. Ran. Prison ugly man prisoners ugly place prison donor. That is not what that is. The key is not go. That's the key not to go don't go. How wanted me get shank? I'm Damn Tang Man. They up in their mandate thank prison is. One of the most non rehabilitating places you could send a person. Kinda, programs man they got a lot of evil mad. They got a lot of bad people. It's a lot of pent-up anxiety and prison. It's a lot of people in that has gotten unfair sentences is some people in that locked up for no reason, and there's some people that need to be in there and he's one up them. So you. Can Call. Today. Is. Next. All right, we'll have more RB. Morning Show trending news coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour right after..
"kelly" Discussed on KCRW
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"kelly" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"We couldn't get his permission. So. We name it like Papa. Papa. Jan jan. All right. So are Kelly. We've spoken about R Kelly. I find are Kelly to be first of all very interesting foil to what's going on with Michael Jackson. Because people have no problem accepting the reports, the allegations documentaries about our Kelly. Everybody takes that at face value. You know, we've all kind of come together and said, you know, what our Kelly's kind of eft up, dude, let's not support him anymore. Michael Jackson is different the people the the amount of defending and not just well, it's one thing to defend Michael Jackson. But there's there's an active campaign. It's this really vicious very vicious people who do not like differing opinions. It's just it's a reminder to like how huge Michael Jackson people love like. Yeah. Really nothing else even comparable, right? And all the maybe the thing is it's like all the Beatles. Squeezed into one person. Right. That's true. Right. One super Sol him, he's a one man show. Right. And he's got this story of being a victim. People don't want to think that this person could do horrible stuff. I didn't want to for a long time. I was like listen away. Yeah. Certainly me too. I was always on the fence with Michael Jackson. But before we get into that. Let's first talk about our Kelly because he was in the news. He did his first interview since you know, being accused and people started cancelling his shows and. Taking them off the radio. There was a documentary about it. The was the catalyst for all this again, an interesting foil to Michael Jackson who was a great documentary. What was it called leaving? Or or know something about surviving aren't there, yet surviving or Kelly? It was fantastic documentary. Basically alleging that he has a harm really of girls living with him. Who again, they're not being chained up. But they're being manipulated. They're being I mean brainwashed for lack of a better word. So it's not like they can't go walk out. But there's it's abuse. It's so certainly abuse. There's no question about it. But at any rate, I mean, it's hard to explain the, but go ahead and watch this clip where he's defending himself for me. My crazy passing what I've been through. Oh, right now, I just think I need to be lost and hold girls against a wheel chain them up in my basement. And and don't let them eat and don't let them out unless they need some shoes down the street from the ankle, Eddie Murphy. He's acting. It sounds. It's like Eddie Murphy bit is that is that some detail in the story that I'm unaware of such a weird aside. And I don't recall them ever saying he chained anyone up either. You know, what I mean like that's part of kind of. Yeah. It's like, wait. What is what he does is? He makes every anecdote more extremes. It'd be like, oh, I never did that making a mockery of it by like, yeah. Make it so crazed so hyperbolic that it's obviously. Yeah. But people nobody believes are Kelly. So it's kind of. Didn't do this stuff. This is not a fighting for my life. No. John oppression. Me. I have not about mill. Relationship who Marquette's can't do it. The sound guys like toad. I have the flu. I've got the mic on his chest keeps slamming the song is like, oh, God I've seen people even give this news channel shit for giving him any airtime. Wow. And I know fair let the guys week. Let's hear him out. I mean, if anything he's so volatile. Yeah. This set it just goes to show that, you know, behind closed doors as what I I mean, the guy's got a temper clearly dogs. Doc, just don't. Believe it at this point, we briefly pause..
"kelly" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"None of time. I mean, I mean people survive to hold downs. But but I mean, I think even the people who survived him don't drown think while they're happening that they're going to drive. So can you guys control your heart rate the way Kelly asserted? I think if you're underwater for long enough, you don't really have a choice, you might panic, but the choices calmed down and wait or freak out. What does that even mean? First of all, it's not my heart. Wait, I'm worried about is about as my loss of Spink control, quite frankly. Messing up my wet suit. I'm just curious to say, well, you're now in a sort of Mixmaster crashing wave. But keep your heart rate rate down. How's that even possible? Don't you think you can? Slow your heart down when you're scared in big ways. I mean there times you can't you're panicking. And then it gets more serious. I find an I just get really really methodical. I think it's when you accept that you're in an area where you have to do that. It's when you're you can actually come yourself talking about. Okay. What you're saying? Is you make peace with death? Right. On the spot. And then if you come out that fun as Kelly said, you go for the next ride, and you know, that it's going to eventually end, but you just hang out from it. So I'm just curious when you have wiped out is it just total turbulence down there. It's incredibly turbulent. So there's a couple of things that are happening when you wipe out. I you saw when somebody falls on a wave that big again this is way outside of my zone surfing. But when somebody falls on wave that big they skip off the surface. I so that knocks the window to your lungs. That's really fast. And then you get driven down deep in the ocean in super turbulent area. Whitewater that whole white mess where the wave breaks is much less dense than regular ocean water. You can't propel yourself through it. Exactly. So you can't really swim. Very well. And so that's why you really have to relax because until the the array in the water dissipations, you can't really swim service anyway. So you you'll grab your leash.