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Chiefs hold on for wild 30-29 victory over rival Raiders

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Chiefs hold on for wild 30-29 victory over rival Raiders

"Kansas City tied in Travis Kelce caught four touchdown passes in the chief's 30 to 29 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders You know we started off a little slow Had some calls not go our way and not only us fired up at that entire stadium fired up And arrowhead had our back so we just rally together and really really fought through that one After spotting the Raiders a 17 nothing lead Kelsey's third TD catch late in the third quarter put Kansas City in front for good 30 to 23 The Raiders scored their final touchdown with two 58 left on the game but a two point conversion attempt failed and the chiefs held on Greg iklin Kansas City

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last month

The latest in sports

"AP sports time Josh rowntree a monster Monday night for Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs correspondent Greg eklund has more Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce caught four touchdown passes in the chief's 30 to 29 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders You know we started off a little slow Had some calls not go our way and not only us fired up at that entire stadium fired up and arrowhead had our backs so we just rally together and really really fought through that one After spotting the Raiders a 17 nothing lead Kelsey's third TD catch late in the third quarter put Kansas City in front for good 30 to 23 The Raiders scored their final touchdown with two 58 left on the game but a two point conversion attempt failed and the chiefs held on The Carolina Panthers fired head coach Matt rule Monday Rule was less than three years into a 7 year $62 million contract The Panthers are one in four on the year and lost the San Francisco 37 to 15 Sunday Rule was 11 and 27 during his time in Carolina defensive pass game coordinator Steve wilks was named the interim head coach Carolina also fired defensive coordinator Phil snow In baseball it was an off day for the MLB postseason for all teams with action set to resume Tuesday but there was some news The San Francisco Giants hired Houston assistant general manager Pete patella as their new GM Patella will replace Scott Harris who was hired as GM for the Detroit tigers last month In golf Dustin Johnson needed only 6 events to have a $30 million a year And he still has two events left with these Saudi funded lived golf tour even though he failed to finish in the top ten for the first time Johnson and clinched the inaugural live golf individual championship the two time major champion has already earned over $12 million winning the season points title comes with an $18 million bonus I'm Josh roundtree AP sports

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Frasier Reboot Gets the Greenlight

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:41 min | Last month

Frasier Reboot Gets the Greenlight

"Here's a bit of good news for you, TV watchers, the long in the works, Frasier reboot is finally gonna go. has given a series green light to the multi camera comedy. Kelsey grammar will executive produce. Reprising his signature character, the psychiatrist turned radio announcer Frasier crane. I met Kelsey Grammer at a party that downtown Julie Brown through around 5 years ago, maybe? And we got to talking. I had met him once before, and I asked, hey, what's up, you know? I don't know why, you know, guys like him who made fortunes on TV shows that went at this indication. Don't really ever have to work anymore. I mean, Kelsey was paid one and a half $1 million per episode. For 24 episodes at the end, the final two seasons of Frasier. Not to mention that the syndication money for cheers and Frasier. Oh my God. But in Hollywood, everyone says, what are you working on before you ever hear? Hey, how you doing? It's always what you're working on. So back then, he was telling me he was trying to get Fraser back on the air. And, you know, you hear these things and you forget about them because that's all people talk about in Hollywood and Hollywood parties, what they want in the air, the meetings they took. All that kind of crap. But I kind of forgot about it, but here we are. He kept working on it, kept taking meetings, kept producing things, pushing things, and it's a go.

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 Mahomes throws for 3 TDs, Chiefs overwhelm Buccaneers 41-31

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Mahomes throws for 3 TDs, Chiefs overwhelm Buccaneers 41-31

"The Kansas City Chiefs capitalizing on a Tampa Bay turnover took a 7 zero lead just 40 seconds into the game as Patrick Mahomes hit Travis Kelce for the first with mahomes three touchdown passes Kelsey says a quick strike puts opponents under pressure Once we start fasting and get that rhythm I really feel like we're unstoppable and we just got to keep that momentum going Casey never really looked back as their defense strangled the Buccaneer rushing attack holding them to just three yards on the ground in the losing effort Tom Brady fired for 385 yards and three TDs but it wasn't enough

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 Judge blocks Indiana abortion ban week after it took effect

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Judge blocks Indiana abortion ban week after it took effect

"A judge has blocked Indiana's abortion ban a week after it took effect Owen county judge Kelsey hanlon issued a preliminary injunction against the ban The injunction was sought by abortion clinic operators who argued in a lawsuit that the state constitution protects access to abortion The ban was approved by Indiana's Republican dominated legislature in August It made Indiana the first state to enact tighter abortion restrictions since the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade in June The order of prohibits the state from enforcing the ban

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Chelsea Gray leads the Las Vegas Aces to their first WNBA title

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Chelsea Gray leads the Las Vegas Aces to their first WNBA title

"The aces are WNBA champs for the first time after defeating the sun 78 to 71 in game four of the finals Las Vegas wasted a 6 point fourth quarter lead before quanah Williams drained a three pointer to put the aces back on top Chelsea gray and Kelsey plum added jumpers to secure the win Gray finished with 20 points and 6 assists I was a little passive and gained three trying to see and scope it out going into the pick and roll So I knew I had to be aggressive Williams had 17 and plum added 15 Courtney Williams had a team high 17 points for the sun I'm Jane ferry

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Wilson helps Aces even WNBA playoff series with Storm

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Wilson helps Aces even WNBA playoff series with Storm

"The top seater aces avoided falling into an O two hole in the semifinals by defeating the storm 78 73 The game was tied at 36 until Asia Wilson scored 13 points in the third quarter helping Las Vegas carry a 60 52 lead into the final period Wilson finished with 33 points in 12 rebounds Chelsea gray chipped in 19 points 7 rebounds of 7 assists for the aces while Kelsey plum added 18 points Brianna Stewart led the storm with 32 points in 7 rebounds Game three is Sunday I'm Dave ferry

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"kelsey" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"kelsey" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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Loyd has 26, sends Storm over Aces in WNBA semis opener

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Loyd has 26, sends Storm over Aces in WNBA semis opener

"The storm opened the WNBA semifinals with a stunning 76 to 73 win over the aces in Las Vegas Juul Lloyd scored Seattle's final 6 points to finish with a game high 26 She made a go ahead free throw with one 16 apply then a jumper for a three point lead with 34 seconds remaining I know that I've read those situations a lot and I feel good and rise up and I can live with that result Brianna Stewart had 24 points and 6 rebounds for the fourth seeded storm Chelsea gray scored 21 points for the top seeded aces one more than Kelsey plum I'm Jane ferry

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Gray, record-setting Aces beat Mercury 117-80, sweep series

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Gray, record-setting Aces beat Mercury 117-80, sweep series

"The aces rolled into the WNBA semifinals with a one 1780 thrashing of the mercury Vegas led by four before outscoring Phoenix 59 29 over the second and third quarters The ace is starting guards combined for 49 points as Chelsea gray pumped in a game high 27 We're playing our Ben's basketball in both ends You want to peek at the right time and for me individually that's what I feel and Kelsey plum added 22 Asia Wilson chipped in 17 points 6 assists and four rebounds for the top seat at aces Kayla Davis had 23 points and diamond the shields had 21 for the mercury I'm Dave ferry

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Aces spoil Sue Bird's retirement party, topple Storm 89-81

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Aces spoil Sue Bird's retirement party, topple Storm 89-81

"The aces spoiled the final regular season home game for Sue bird by beating the storm 89 81 Asia Wilson scored 29 points and Kelsey plum had 16 including a key three pointer in the final minute Chelsea gray and Jackie young both scored 15 and the ace has never trailed the final 28 minutes Brianna Stewart poured in the season high 35 points and Tina Charles added 19 for Seattle Bird finished with 9.6 assists and four rebounds The aces kept alive their hopes of catching Chicago for the number one seed going into the final week I'm Dave fairy

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Plum, Aces deal Fever club-record 14th straight loss 94-69

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Plum, Aces deal Fever club-record 14th straight loss 94-69

"Kelsey plum carried the aces to their fourth straight win a 94 69 dismantling of the fever Plum poured in 26 points is Las Vegas clobbered Indiana for the second time in three days She's saying 9 of 12 shots and hit three three pointers to help the Western Conference leaders improve to 22 and 8 The aces shot 51% and limited the fever to 31% from the field The fever have dropped a team record 14 in a row and are 5 and 27 this season Now Lisa Smith had 20 points and 13 rebounds for Indiana I'm Dave ferry

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Wilson, Plum help Aces deal Fever 13th straight loss, 93-72

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Wilson, Plum help Aces deal Fever 13th straight loss, 93-72

"Asia Wilson and Kelsey plum each scored 22 points as the aces hammered the fever 93 72 Wilson was ten of 15 from the field and had 6 rebounds three assists and three steals Wilson had 18 points by halftime helping the aces carry a 54 37 lead into the locker room Plum hit 8 of her 11 shots including three of four from three point range Jackie young added 15.7 boards and 5 assists as the west leading aces moved to 21 and 8 the fever have lost a team record 13 straight games to fall to 5 and 26 I'm Dave ferry

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The Left Wants to Remove Your Right to Raise Your Children

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:17 min | 4 months ago

The Left Wants to Remove Your Right to Raise Your Children

"Been running for a very long time that left wing jurisdictions are going to make it unbelievably difficult to raise your children. That there will come a point where all your kid has to do is mention, for example, that they disagree with you about same sex marriage or about transgenderism. And the process will begin, whereby you're removed from your child. It's going to make it impossible for religious parents to send their kids to religious day school. It's going to be impossible for parents to raise their kids in traditional way. Even in non traditional ways, as it turns out, there's an amazing story by Kelsey bollard from a friend of the program over at the independent women's forum that is well worthy of coverage because this is the direction in which the left would like to see the country move. They've already done this in places like Canada where they've made it illegal for you to tell your boy that he is in fact a boy if your boy says that he is a girl. So here's Kelsey reporting quote Jeanette Cooper never imagined she'd lose custody of her child. The 44 year old lifelong educator always considered herself a loving and responsible mother to her daughter, Sophia. But when at age 12, if he has suddenly claimed to be transgender, Jeanette was skeptical. Sophia had never exhibited signs of gender dysphoria. In fact, Sophia exhibited many more traditionally feminine behaviors and preferences than Jeanette ever had. To Jeanette, it didn't make sense. But Sophia insisted, not only she was trans, but that she was unsafe around Jeanette. What followed was an almost kafkaesque series of court proceedings and therapy sessions in which Jeanette's ex-husband's lawyers therapists and other individuals and institutions, supposedly concerned with Sofia's best interests, worked to erode Jeanne's most basic parenting rights, nearly three years later, Jeanette can't even visit the daughter she loves. She lives less than ten minutes away, but can only communicate with Sofia by the mail. All because she says Sophia is a girl. So what exactly is the story here? Well, it turns out that Jeanette is not exactly a traditional Christian mom. A Jeanette shaves half her hair, but not her legs, often doesn't wear bras, purchases clothing, regardless of whether they're in the men's or women's department. She jokes that if you subscribe to traditional gender stereotypes, she's the one people would think his trans. But that's precisely how Jeanette raised her daughter outside the confines of traditional sex stereotypes, which mistake number one. But she says, quote, I don't think there are any bounds on what it means to be a female other than to exist in a female body. There's nothing I have to do to become female. I simply am. Okay, well, this happens to be biologically accurate. She considers herself a radical feminist as Jeanette. She has voted Democrat in every election since she was 18. When addressing the discrepancy between her political beliefs and her views on sex and gender ideology, she has said, quote, the difference between libertarianism and anarchy is a fine line.

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Plum scores 22, Gray adds 21; Aces beat Sun 91-83

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Plum scores 22, Gray adds 21; Aces beat Sun 91-83

"Kelsey plums scored 14 over 22 points in the second half to carry the aces to a 91 83 win over the sun Connecticut carried a 37 and 35 lead into the third quarter but plum hit back to back three pointers during a 13 two run that opened the second half for Vegas Chelsea gray had season highs of 21 points and 9 assists She opened the second half with a three pointer that put the aces ahead to stay Asia Wilson added 20 points to the ace's third straight win which leaves them 18 and 7 Connecticut is 16 and 9 following its 5th loss in 9 games I'm Jane

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Aces have WNBA record first half in 108-74 rout of Liberty

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Aces have WNBA record first half in 108-74 rout of Liberty

"The aces set a WNBA record by scoring 71 points by halftime of a one O 8 to 74 thrashing of the liberty Las Vegas scored the game's first 12 points led 37 to 13 after one quarter and was ahead by 35 heading in a halftime Aja Wilson scored 20 of her 25 points by intermission Chelsea gray nailed three three pointers while scoring 11 over 16 points in the opening period Kelsey plum delivered 21 points 17 in the first half The west leading aces improved to 17 and 7 The liberty set a team record for points allowed and fell to 9 and 15 Natasha Howard had 19 points for New York I'm Jane

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Connecticut beats Indiana, Bonner moves into 12th in scoring

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Connecticut beats Indiana, Bonner moves into 12th in scoring

"The sun beat the fever 89 81 to stay in sole possession of second place in the Eastern Conference Now one game ahead of the mystics John Paul Jones provided 20 points in 14 rebounds for Connecticut which is for no versus Indiana this season Dewana bonner added 19 points and moved into 12th on the WNBA's career scoring list passing Lauren Jackson Brianna Jones had 17 points to help the sun improve to 15 and 8 Kelsey Mitchell had 21 points in the fever 7th straight loss Indiana's last in the east at 15 and 20 I'm Jane

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The WNBA Got It All Wrong With the All-Star Game MVP Trophy

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:22 min | 4 months ago

The WNBA Got It All Wrong With the All-Star Game MVP Trophy

"All saw the biggest reason of the biggest weight, the WNBA got it wrong. Or more accurately, the smallest way that the WNBA got it wrong. And what is that way that the WNBA got it wrong? Y'all see that all star trophy. All right, now if you did not see the all star MVP trophy. If you did not see it, I want you to pause right now and go check out that trophy, okay? Go ahead. I'll be here when you get back. Don't you worry. Now, congratulations to you, Kelsey plum. You were the All-Star Game MVP. Bruh. That trophy was like one of the cup trophies, you know what I'm saying? With the handles on the side. That woman was holding that trophy up with both hands, and I guess because it would have made for a more symmetric photograph. They should have just let her hold that thing in the palm of her hand. That trophy was so atrophy look like they got it from the trophy shop. Like, you're all star trophy shouldn't look like a trophy that you could conceivably hand to every member of the team. It should look too expensive for that. No, no, no. And who knows, man, maybe that thing with Sterling silver, maybe they got that thing from Tiffany. I ain't got no idea. I just could not believe how small that trope he was. I think they was joking online and they were saying that you could find a better trophy on Amazon. Yes, you could. I've seen it. I've seen it. You can find it. This is the same year where they redid the All-Star Game MVP trophy as a tribute to Kobe. Steph looked like he had to bend his knees to raise that thing over his shoulder. Is WNBA trophy? Like, you could put that in a trophy case, but you really just gonna put that thing on a mantle. Like. Come on, man. Y'all can't do that, right? Even if you wanted to go a little bit too late, gender specific on it. Give them a plate like Wimbledon. You know what I'm saying? Give you something that you could hold up over your head. I feel like that should be the rule about the size of your trophy. Don't matter to circumstance. That thing got be big enough that you could hold it up over your head. That ain't what they gave though.

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Chicago secures home court for the Commissioner’s Cup game

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Chicago secures home court for the Commissioner’s Cup game

"Emma meece man scored 20 points in the sky one for the 6th time in 7 games by topping the fever 93 to 84 Candace Parker had 12 points 9 rebounds and 5 assists for the Eastern Conference leaders who beat the worst team in the west a day after falling to the bottom feeders of the yeast This guy put it away by outscoring Indiana 29 and 19 in the third quarter to go ahead by 20 Azura Stevens chipped in 16 points and 7 boards to help Chicago move to 16 and 6 Kelsey Mitchell had a game high 27 points for the fever I'm Jane

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"kelsey" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:38 min | 9 months ago

"kelsey" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Would call it for me like kind of the insecurity of not being the CEO or the billionaire in the room. And consistently interacting with these kinds of people, because for me, that's certainly been a struggle. And I think a lot of what led to this breakdown that I had was I hate to admit it. It's obviously one of the 7 deadly sins, but envy. And just looking back at my career and feeling envious, whether that I missed out on crypto or that I didn't manage to become a CEO of a super successful tech company. And then that envy can become so toxic that it just ends up eroding your life. And what do you even lower on the totem pole? How do you avoid that? Man, that's a really deep question. I don't think I actually found a way to avoid it. Every couple of years, I do go through this mental exercise, and sometimes it's triggered by someone asking, you know, you should be doing more with your career. Why are you not running a company? You know, sometimes even VCs will call and have a potential founder on the other line and say, hey, we have an idea about you starting a company together around these things, right? Like what do you see yourself going? Don't you want to do more than what you're doing? And sometimes that can cause you to question everything you're doing, no matter how successful you are, you'll always feel like you never have enough money. You've never accomplished enough things. And so I'll be honest like that is something that I haven't found a way to escape. But one thing that I've noticed is that what I find far more important, and I would not necessarily compare myself to these great people, but I can't name one billionaire from the 60s or 70s, but I do remember people like MLK and Malcolm X and these folks. And you ask what net worth did they have when they died? And most people could care less, right? We just don't really care how much money they had when they died because they did something far more important. And I asked myself, what do I enjoy doing that is far more important? And one thing I would never trade is my impact on what I would consider myself as well, normal people. You probably have experienced this. You get that email that says, hey, Kelsey, I watch one of your talks. And I gained the courage to jump into this new technology, and I have a new job now. And I can now pay for a place to live. I can finally see my kids because I can make child support. These are real things that impact real people. Of course, maybe I'm not going to impact a million people. But just knowing that your impact in one or two people around you, I take comfort in that and that that's the kind of story that I want to be my legacy. So whenever I get those DMs and I appreciate the people who send them, there's this concept of giving people their flowers while they're still here. But I got a message the other day. Someone said, thank you for existing. That was it. It wasn't you're the best speaker in the world. You're the best developer in the world. You have the most open-source projects in the world. It was just thank you for being here at this time. So what I've learned to do was just really reflect on the value of those one on one interaction. So I don't need the whole world to say that I'm the best ever. I don't need to have the most money because I don't think you will ever always have the most money. So I try to find something that I find sustainable. And it kind of matches with my values are. So part of that was me becoming minimalist. You know, I decided that my Twitter bio says minimalist for a reason. It's a reminder to myself as well that no matter how many material things that you have or you acquire or all the accolades, the thing you have that a lot of people don't have anymore is that you're still here. Look back at all the famous people that aren't here anymore. They don't have what you have, which is time. You still have time to impact people. You still have time to experience the world. You still have time to dream. You still have time to help other people with their dreams. And so what I found is making that a serious pursuit. And I found success like that in my kind of corporate career. You know, I pride myself on being able to jump into someone else's efforts, goals, and help them execute, and what I found is sometimes you don't get the credit, but sometimes you do. And sharing credit with other people is far more sustainable than doing things that get you all the credit consistently. And so I reflect back on that. So if I were to reflect back on your success, I've been trying to start a podcast with my own for a number of years. And it's that consistency part that I just can't get right. So I just don't have what it takes to get started..

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"kelsey" Discussed on All at Once

All at Once

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on All at Once

"I believe maybe to that. The next incident occurred and it was shortly thereafter that the sexual abuse really started. It's crazy how it like. Escalates wanted happen. It's like once the secrets out once once you know what they're really like it's it just escalates from there on. It's very scary. It's a scary thing again. I'm so sorry. I it's hard to even say the word rape you know. Yeah so kelsey. A couple of the themes that i saw in your story that were so similar experience. Where the themes of pressure to do what he wanted and that can take the form of like either coercion or manipulations of both of those things experienced as well so for me. There was a lot of pressure on a daily basis just to go along and to do what he wanted to do or accept things that i was uncomfortable with. He wanted from me and along with that. There was also pressure like you experienced to get over abusive episodes quickly onto quickly. Forgive can you talk about that. The you would experience experience an overt abusive episode. And then it was like there. Was this expectation that you only get a certain amount of time to have feelings about this and then you need to be over it when i got out or whenever we he broke up with me that first night when he had that whole explosion and then we ended up getting back together it was. It was a stonning to me. How quickly he wanted to move on from. It is if it wasn't a big deal for me. It was a very big deal like i. I was so taken aback. I felt like i'd been. I felt like i had been a fight. You know like a physical fight but it was. It was on my heart and i was not i was not able to get over it and not upset him. It upset him that. I wasn't able to make things. Just go right back to normal things. Were never going to be back to normal. After that..

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"kelsey" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

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"kelsey" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"So many listeners have come out to the show so far and that's been really special. Y'all have been like so incredibly supportive in. Its spend cutest help. Enjoy the episode. Still all a no no careless. Hi hello oh. I'm really excited to talk to you. Oh cool okay. Well this yeah discern solent. I'm glad you feel that way. I mean i liked it. I guess it's it's hard to like judge the quality of your own thing but it always is exciting when people get something out of it. Yeah i mean. I hear you will first of all. Let's start. can you introduce yourself. I was if guest singers themselves. Okay like say like what i do and like what my deal is. That's kinda fun. Choose your own adventure where people yeah like like i like means something to aurora shark. Yeah or one. That's one of the. We were talking about like editing in the right way to pronounce words and just having like things like a record. Me saying worship go. You did it. I don't actually know Would pronounce do you use. I share they so either works for me. So i guess i'll do the introduction of my name's kelsey roten and i am a comics artist and writer as well as a freelance illustrator. Yeah yeah i mean. That's that's something. I was curious about right off the bat Because the thing i saw my spouse was i don't even know how she came across cannonball. Your book and was like you should buy this. You'll probably love it. And so then i did it and then i did love it chrome and that's how we're here but then after reading that i was looking into sort of your other visual style stuff and this feels a little different or maybe specific the art. That's in cannonball it's not like What all of your stuff looks like. and so. i'm curious about that. Like just starting there again for like a dummy that doesn't know anything about okay illustration like like why why this visual style versus a different one.

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"kelsey" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

The Naked Parent podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

"And I sort of feel like there's a connection that this raising special needs children like push me to the edge of I can either jump off or I can maybe soar and right now I'm trying to soar. It's the difference. How different are people with autism than people with normal intellectual abilities? How different are they? They're not dumb, they're not whatever you want to call them. They're different. Just like the next person that is sitting next to you, that's a gay. Why? Just because he doesn't like a male or a female. He likes to know. He's different. I'm different. You know? I appreciate you hanging out with me during this time. And like I said, I'm an Ascension invite. Maybe we can start a group that can support one another and check in down the road. And I wish you all the best. And I wish you a lot of joy with your children. Yeah. I do negotiate you. Thanks for being on the show. Yeah, thank you. All right, take care of Kelsey. Bye. This concludes our show for today, and I'd like to personally thank you for spending the time with us on a topic near and dear to our hearts. If you'd like to be part of the naked parent nation and help us reach those parents that are struggling and overwhelmed, there's no better way to help them by subscribing, rating and reviewing the show on iTunes. iTunes highlights the shows based on these metrics and the more the show gets highlighted, the more opportunities people will have to be introduced to the show where they can hear that message of hope or that tip that can change everything. So follow the link in our show notes and we hope to have you back here tomorrow where we'll do it again from the team here at the naked parent podcast we wish you the life you've always dreamed of and then some so long..

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"kelsey" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

The Naked Parent podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

"Name is Chad rat lip. And I am your host and today we have the pleasure of having Kelsey Hanson with us who has two children and a story to share with us all and we're so grateful to have you on the show today. Thanks for being with us, Kelsey. Yeah. Thanks. So yeah, this is slightly random unless you're doing regular podcasts regarding your family, but so far the feedback has been that all of the different stories that we're sharing are helping people feel understood or yeah. So tell us a little bit, you have two children. Yes, I have two boys. My oldest will be 12 next month. He was diagnosed with ADHD and ODD very severely. At the age of three and a half, my youngest, he just turned to on the 28th of August. He's been diagnosed with non verbal love functioning autism as well as speech delaying intellectual like he's pretty high. Yeah, so this is pretty new for you. Yeah. Pretty heavy, huh? Yeah, it's been kind of been rough actually. Pretty rough. My son, they told me he's in the bottom 1% of functionality. And so he's nonverbal, and with intellectual disability. And I think his intellectual disability probably overrides his autism, that's an experience that I have in my journey. So you figured out that something was different pretty early, huh? I mean, if diagnosis at two yeah, I have actually had the advantage of growing up around autism. My mom, many of her friends have worked with a company called CTA. It's a company here in Utah that is they have group homes and stuff for people with autism. So I've been around it. I'm also very observant for what they call nosy person. So I observe a lot. I pick up on things quickly. The first time I noticed that something just wasn't normal with my son or like, oh, there's a sign right there. He was about 6 months old and is when he kind of started becoming a little bit mobile. He banged his head on the wall. Go to the wall and just smack his head. For no reason, or he'd have been me or his dad. He was behind in his walking crawling, you know, the normal things. But kids can tend to do that, but it was when he started had banging with what caught my attention who's about 6 months. And you brought it up with the pediatrician and were they receptive right away or how did they do? I actually didn't bring it up to the pediatrician because I knew that they were going to tell me oh, you're crazy. You know? When it comes to autism, kids are like that, oh, my son didn't talk till he was three or four and so I didn't even say anything to his pediatrician up until he was about 6 it was his 18 month checkup at 16 months..

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"kelsey" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on LadyGang

"Would you expect like nine years. You've known about this. You go to wagga amore. Wherever everyone goes get another one. You'll love it just the same. All dogs are lovable. I was like i don't get it. I don't get it where you're terrible person. And then that's where. I'm a terrible person wearable person but i didn't want to hear about anybody's anyone over seventy dollars. Nobody ever seventy but you. My point is this. Is that had the roles reversed and my experience had been yours and vice versa. I would have been like. Oh that's adorable and like pat you on the head and be like you have no idea what it's like. She go through this with children. After marriage. i firmly believe now losses loss. I i am at a place now where i realized it has nothing to do with. Who what when it has to do with the relationship that person had and if that person is broken from their death there has broken as i was for mine ryan is a little more logistically challenging and then the hard part for me is it was the kid's dad. Yeah but but losses loss low when when someone loses their person or their dog or their grandparents. The person that they can't imagine their life without it it's the the feelings are the same. You're like i can't live here. This isn't going to work. I think that's when you know you've lost your person when you go. This won't work when you lose a grandparent. You're like they were great. I loved them all miss her every day. When you lose your person you you your whole identity's gone to walk the world without not without having them injects position to you. I'm sure it's the same with a child or just any. I have friends who've lost fathers. Who that was their person more so than their husband or their mother was their best friend. So i'm trying to be a better person. The new but i mean again back to the dog. I wouldn't be by your. But i do think that we we have no clue what people are going through. But it is annoying when people like she was one hundred and one on like adios. Like i wanna be a we even talking about this. What did she live so long. Anyway but well. This isn't itself is why everyone needs read this book. I am equal parts giggling. Like when you talk about how you lacked any sympathy for nate during his zach demy every woman in the world is going to read that chapter and be like whether there has been dead or alive divorce. Whatever they're going to be like. God i've been there at their worst. They're such babies. I love that chapter because that really lets you understand who he was. Yes i didn't make up any of that. Just a special person in many ways. You captured him like i feel like knew him for ten years. I never met him. I feel like i knew. I feel like i knew both of you as college. Kids young love like it. Just takes you through this whole thing and you guys if you don't have to have experienced loss you don't have to even know anybody who has but i think there's a lot of mystery around loss and like a lot of stuff that like we said people are just too afraid to scared to ask questions and this is such a great great book for anybody who's just like curious and i also think that if somebody were to read this and then years down the road be faced with something like this. I wish i had had this. Like i wish so badly that i had read this book dealing with what i was dealing with because the entire time. I'm like we the five steps. Did i miss anger over. I've always been angry before he died. Which one is like. Where am i in my graduating. I need someone to work hard and my dad. Tell me when i'm done. We need its own corine rank over. We're dead we'll be one one hundred one and people be saying i. I fine totally so where. Where do you want people to buy this book. I know that that some places are better than others. amazon's best just second half Kelsey chick or you can go to the if you want it. Just make it easy. You don't have search for it to www dot second-half book dot com. And i'm gonna put us out with Also what's your instagram Kelsey deism dog chick. C. h. i. T. t. i c. k. at instagram. And then there's the second half book. But i don't know i might publicist. She's not working on a. Don't have a publicist. But i'm going to get her on it. Fire her before it hired her. And i'm gonna take you out with the first paragraph in a half of the book. I love this okay. I am a professional audio. But creator. And i know you i know this. I know everything about you. Because i love you so much. Okay you guys ready. I had twelve grief books on my nightstand. Seven lasagna's in my refrigerator to sobbing kids and one dead husband. It was a cold dark afternoon in november. I was in bed wearing mismatch target pajamas and staring at my ceiling fan as a fan went around and around. I tried to keep my eye on one paddle at some as some sort of weird mental game. But i kept getting distracted by all the dust on each blade. Someone should clean that. I thought but i couldn't move. I had no energy and no hope. The only thing i could do was lay there staring at the fan and thinking to myself. Holy shit we are so screwed. Thanks for listening. The lady gang is.

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"kelsey" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on LadyGang

"Knew we weren't going to. I knew we were going to go. We're going into a bad storm. But i wanted. I wanted to plant the. I thought around it. We we left. That thought for many years and there was a lot of pain but that was our kind of our guiding force. Like wait a second somewhere somewhere someday. Somehow we're going to get back to gratitude. I don't win but we will. And we're gonna to like we're going to celebrate. That just met some women this morning in one woman's like i've never talked about what i saw and her father had committed suicide. And like we gotta talk about it. and you gotta be in the misery because then you can. You can move on. But it's a it's a something. I think it's also for for me. I feel like. I avoided the misery the beginning like i was so shell shocked and i think that that is hearing you say that is the biggest lesson i took in in grief was like the only way out is through it and the longer you pussyfoot around the perimeter and tried to distract yourself and try to like knock go in deep and not have those moments stay very very nam. That's the longer you're going to be not experiencing the other side of that which is like the gratitude and the joy and But yeah it's like you have to go through and it's uncomfortable for people to watch and that's why i'm not you know. I'm not against wine and xanax. And all that. But i'm just saying you your body will remember So you either pay now or you pay later yet and it's it's really uncomfortable but we were built for this stuff we are. We were built to survive. We were built to to come through this but you have to honor it and that takes a lot of work and a lot of just. I was so afraid that. If i didn't do the work it would come up again. I learned in this lesson for the rest of my life. And i was like whatever this lesson is. Hit me with it now. big boy. Because i don't want this to define me for the next in a bad way for the next forty years. Yep that is a really hard thought to so. I actually met kelsey For the first time now we're gonna seem so basic bitch. La how was in desperate people. Do desperate things right totally on my god kitchen if you could see us right now. This is where i met. Becca oh my gosh again do yes. yes so. We have a mutual a lot of mutual friends. Actually and we had both experienced these plant. Journeys which i've talked about on this podcast. You have gotten a rundown of like a little bit of what it is. It's like it's plant medicine aka. Were doing drugs. I mean let's go. I love the word plant. I'm like what is this. Also heroin comes from a plant right. everything does we. Were not doing heroin now. But it's this amazing experience that talked about it several hours a night and you are with two people that are facilitating the experience for taking care of you and very well versed on like what you can do safely But the whole thing is like really just strips. Way your ego and your there with yourself. Your you are so bare naked and raw in in the most Euphoric some sometimes euphoric sometimes not so much But and each done them separately. Kelsey did hers. Was it exactly a year after died. And you did your. I like a little right around there. Yup and you or someone who was not. Oh my god. Anything never did anything in high school. Never i'd never done a drug. I mean i smoked pot a couple of times like two cigarettes in my life. But the reason i did it. The big reason was. I couldn't remember from the time i got the phone. Call until like the memorial. There was a whole week. That was blacked out and it really made me nervous. 'cause i couldn't even remember where the plane with the layover was and i was like well. Shit that's in there. But i can't access it and part of that just the beautiful way. Our brain works to protect us from really hard things. Spain and i knew though i needed to access that and i knew i had to get back to mate knew i had to get back to nate and i was like. I don't know what you need me to do. What which brew you need me to drink. But i have to go talk to that man. Because i wasn't ready for him to go and we have business that we must finish and i needed to access him and i've spoken to a lot of people that said i mean. Obviously i believe we can access people at any point but what happens. Is eagles getting away. our conscious. No that's not possible. So yes i. I was desperate but i mean the real thing is that the biggest thing about plant journeys is. It's more than anything it's like it'd be like if you were the opposite of going out to get drunk and not feel anything. It's actually you're actually doing something to go towards it to go towards whatever the hard thing is to go towards whatever you don't want to look at you're not there to forget you're there to remember. That's a big difference. You're not trying to away anything. Yeah you're not running what you're running into it. You're running until you're going to remember not to forget and the the ability to turn off some of our our logical brain and just sit with the magical and mysterious parts of life is has been one of the greatest experience of my life and becca. Then sorry now fast forward. I did one year and then recognize somehow ended up on my living room floor i was just catatonic that experience in particular but not catatonic but i just was sticking through things. You were just quiet. You retired so tired emotionally spiritually physically but it was really just such a crazy thing. I had known a little bit about your story. I heard you on your podcast and then on like jamie and jenness podcast talking about your story. And i just i was like are were so different. Like she lost her husband and the father Children like. I have this sad story but it's not even i'm not even gonna bring it up. I was like i don't even want to. It's not for me to do this. And it's not like a force connection. I wanna make. But i think at some point in the night you know. A friend of ours said kelsey. This happened back. And just thought it'd be interesting for you to know and i just wanna say like. I'm such a grief snob when somebody tells me. Oh i'm so like i remember. After that happened a lot of people would be like. I just lost my grandfather. I know he'd be like how old was he. That's my girlfriend michelle. She's always like they're over seventy. I don't care. But i'm like that's all she's like it's just where i am. Are you lost your granddaddy. Please don't post about it. She's like everybody moving on all. That's what mail you a better person. Because i remember just being like i remember. I had a friend of mine who had to spread her grandfather's ashes. And like of course it's heartbreaking but like i. The drama is like really intense. What i've realized this is the minute that mike. Now i get it or a dog. No i know you love dogs but people really get after it about the dog. And i'm not a dog person so i'm like yawn mike. You are a dog person. I am not the way you like. You know up. People lose their dog..

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"kelsey" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on LadyGang

"Make it get up kelsey. i'll never make it. this is. I'm not i can't live. You're going to be fine. All is well keep going. So i don't know i just. I always saw people go through a lot. I had a really good childhood. I had a lot of a lot of resources. And i. I remember feeling bad for those people but it feeling like something i would never have to even think about. I never saw this coming one hundred percent. I i remember hearing the term having a charmed life after not died and i was like what the that lake like. I thought i had that was in my hand so so close to having what everybody wanted and then boom just like no. I feel that way. I i will say though i mean i feel much more here now than ever. I feel much more here on planet earth. I feel much more. I feel a lot more sadness a lot more heartbreak a lot more regret and i feel a lot more joy a lot more ecstasy. I'm so glad to be alive. Yeah i'm so glad i'm still here. Yeah that's incredible to hear. And i think it's really important for someone like you to like exclaim that in like that's it that's an okay thing for a woman to say whose husband died four years ago and there's no i think there's so much judgment and i have seen so much of it among people just you know. We watched a lot of of grief this past couple of years whether it's cold or there's so much happening in the world and there's so much judgment being placed on how people are handling their own grief And i remember one day feeling having that moment of joy. Like the first moment where i was like. Oh my god the lens on my glasses finally not black and white like i can see color. And it's i'm experiencing like a deeper joy than i've ever felt before this but i was so afraid to talk about it because you feel like if you admit that you're feeling joy than it's completely disrespecting the person who's no longer there like that's a lot of guilt that carried for so long and i love that you're so open about being okay. Finding not joy. yeah. I think will two reasons for me. If you knew my husband he would literally be furious for any day. I wasted not celebrating having sex denouncing living life full throttle like the only way i can honor. The man he was is by crushing life. Like whenever i get quiet. And i'm like what does he want me to do. He wants me to go big. He doesn't want to sit at home. I mean i've sat at home for four years. You know it hasn't been quick. I mean you're catching me now. But there were dark dark dark dark years and holidays and all of that. But i think now i'm coming out of it. He i can feel him being like go now and then i have family. That is super supportive of my joy including his parents. I mean they are the biggest fans of me finding love again enjoying life talking about the story like i have a group of people that wants me to live. Doesn't want me to live in the past. And so. I think we need to do that. More for people we need to be a cheerleader for their joy and know sit with them when they wanna talk about their person but then also encourage them may toby's she's pushy though she's pushy about it she's like remember he wasn't that great. I'm like i think that's a lot that was too far. She's like do you remember how much you hate it. That one fight. He got really drunk. And i'm like okay. She's like just reminding you. The books martyring and it is good to remember that like it wasn't perfect and we don't know how that story would have gone so all we know is the story we had so i hold onto that on my best days and then when i'm sad i just i cry a lot. I my kaiser quicker. Now they're like. It's still the ugliest cry. it's not like a tear. It's not like in a movie like that you do. It's like a nasty cry but it's quick like two seconds where it used to be like five or ten minutes So i just talk links quicker. But yeah i feel so. I feel committed to nate that. If i'm going to do anything right it's going to be a happy mom to his kids and i'm going to be a person that enjoys life because he had to go so soon. Forty two so actually bringing talking about your kids. When i was reading this the second time i i was like i cannot believe how you what you said your children when you had to tell them that their dad had died in new to go home and and give this message and i was like this is what every woman god for a man or person should have in their back pocket if they ever have to give this speech because you said you wrapped up to your children with like the most beautiful thing i've ever heard and i just think that it could not have an easy. I'm going to read what you said to your kids. Because i think it's really really beautiful. You said lastly this is important. You are not victims. You have the greatest man for father. That i've ever known he was the kindest sweetest most loving and patient human for your entire lives. He focused all that energy on you. Some people don't get that for a day. Don't ever forget you're the lucky ones. Do you understand me cut myself together. I just think that you're the strongest mother. I know god. Make it up as i go. I this this book is so incredibly beautiful. Fall hello.

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"kelsey" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on LadyGang

"The book is here. People will never forget who he was. My children will always know the story. Now i can move on. I couldn't move on until the book was done. Because i needed to make sure we honored that life but i feel free for the first time in god. Well maybe like six years for two years. I knew it was coming so anyway. That's kind of why. I encourage people to write because then you don't have to hold it. We're always trying to get stuff out and share it with people or share it on paper so you're not doing it alone. Yeah and that's true for anything. It's like releasing it in some way and this is like your major release of it And actually i was going to ask you about how in the book you talk a lot about experiencing a ton of anxiety for those couple years before he died red eye reading it. I was like she knew her her consciousness. There's something in her soul that new and you still firmly believed that right like it was just unexplainable. I think that women underestimate intuition. Probably that's the biggest mistake. I think we make in our lives and i don't think anyone tells us to do that. I think it's just that there is a deep knowing that we all have but a lotta times. We don't like what we're hearing because it's scary or painful. But i would just say that i i knew something was off. I didn't know what but i knew. I needed to start to get help so two years before he died. I started reading untethered soul and when things fall apart and i do think our souls prepare us for what's coming we don't we don't know what it is so painted that. That's the guide for me always. I always get quiet even before. I do podcasts. I used to get like all worked up. And i was addicted to being like fast and now i'm addicted to being really slow So like when. I need to like get quiet to have energy whereas i used to think i needed to get up to have energy. So i think intuitions important. I also think on the other side. You'll know when something goods coming you'll be like. Oh shit this is gonna work and you can trust that too and both of them are good the hard ones and the good ones. There's one that's more enjoyable this enjoyable the debt. Just a little piece i actually. I know there are a lot of people who've probably not a lot but a number of people who've been in the position where i also felt like after not had passed away. There were all these like slides going through my mind of times that i may have been able to pick up on something being off and i remember the day that he passed away. I was shopping with a girlfriend of mine for a trip. We were about to go on like a romantic european trip. And i was in a department store like feeling this insane feeling. It was almost as if i left every curling iron on my house. The dog the door wide open for the dog that feeling of total anxiety like nothing could explain it. And i think i knew something was coming like. It was my body's way of saying it's coming. But how do you 'cause. I struggled a lot with what if i had picked up on it like i had regrets about. Not checking it out or saying you know what you. You're you look a little off. When's your last physical. You know like check your heart. Yeah also just so that listeners. Know your matt was born on eleven. Eleven made died on eleven eleven. And i'm a big believer in science. But i just think what are the chances obviously saying i don't looking back. I'm more sad. About how i was to him. You know how you already. Your husband's i'm like just like god. The poor man was riddled with lesions on his brain. You know and. I didn't know and so i was like what is wrong with you. And he used to say like you don't know what it's like to be in my head and i was like thank god you know because lord have mercy. This isn't working and now and just to get a died from a heart attack a lot of trump up all but he did have c. t. e. And i think for me. I was more devastated that he was so he was so sick. And i didn't know. And that i wasn't able to help him because i think he knew something was wrong. But he didn't know what I think it's interesting. What you say that you felt in that store. I've heard people mention that. Assault begins to leave weeks months before they go and so i think somewhere along the line what we're picking up on that anxiety is that the soul is preparing to go. I mean that's spiritual thing. But i do believe there's a transition time i would assume i don't know nobody knows but that's what i choose to believe and so i think that's what you're when you love someone that might be what you're picking up on like. Something's happening here but it is clear that's so true. I remember my dad saying to me that a lot of people who have heart attacks have a period of time before their loved ones. Remember them being a little depressed. That's nate yup and like a little bit of darkness and a little bit of sadness at seven true. Yeah and matt the same thing. Like i remember one night just like making him a bowl of soup as if he was sick. He didn't have any little. But i was like i feel like i need to take care of him like he's him week but not office is off and cut that so it's so crazy. I think that. I think we're just beginning to pay attention to these things that we were so like black and white but there's so many nuances to souls and people and how it all works and I just think we're we're more connected than we think so. What was the most shocking. I think that every woman has had that moment in their lives. I know that i did before where i was like seeing other. I happen to other people and putting myself in the position to be like. Oh i could. I could never do that. I couldn't get off my bathroom floor if i if that happened to me or like. What was the thing when you're in it that you're like oh i definitely did not anticipate this aspect of it. I mean i still feel that way somedays. I mean honestly. I i've i've never experienced surreal until may died where i was like. This is an alter world like. I've never watched it on shows. You're an actress. You played like those moments. I've never done anything like that. And i've never i've always looked at those people and been like. Oh my god look at that mother. You know you'll see in a war torn country in them they'll be like holding this hysterical woman and you're like what is that like. Oh now i know you literally in lose your mind can't you. Don't you know where you are. And i think i think what i think there's two i'm in this state where i'm always talking about holding two opposing views at once. There was a a real sense that at that moment i couldn't handle it in a real sense that like you've got this because you have to And so it was it. I would toggle between. I'll never make it come on kelsey..

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"kelsey" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Oh oh well you know what. Olivia newton john. Dado grown up. And then after that. When i was like a man is was shakira. I like it. I like a good zoo in who plays in the kelsey grammer story. There's really nobody can do me. I mean honestly would have to be made with that sort of beg reverse of like over lately. Do now like an app that they put on there. You go. I like it might as well keep it in the family. I mean we have some you know some photos. Yeah exactly exactly well charming. The hearts of men is outright. Now kelsey thanks so much taking the time check in today always great to see it right on buddy. Take care thanks. You got with mario. Lopez aspiration is the environmentally friendly debit card. That helps you. Combat climate change unlike big banks aspiration. We'll never use your money to fund coal oil or gas and you can choose the plant a tree with every purchase. The aspiration plus card is even made of ocean recycled plastic aspiration financial. Llc is not a bank it's better for a limited time you can earn up to two hundred dollars when you open an account and spend a thousand dollars in the first sixty days. Sign up to spend sustainably at aspiration dot com. Are you one of those people who thinks it's okay to drive stone. I mean what's the worst that can happen. You end up driving below the speed limit. It's no big deal. Great wrong the truth. Is your reaction time. Slow way down when you're hot you're not only put yourself in danger but everyone around you talk about. It was stop kidding. It's not okay to drive hot. If you've been using marijuana in any form do not get behind the wheel. If you feel different you drive drive high. Get a dui paid for by nitsa if you live a phone and the free iheartradio app. You have thousands of podcasts. All in demand the you can binge anytime you want from anywhere. You wanna listen. We love music too so we curated hundreds and playlists to fit any mood poor activity and of course you can bring your favorite radio stations with you wherever you bring your phone only on the iheartradio app number one for music radio and podcasts all in one app..

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"kelsey" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Hey jr with an important message. It can happen so easily. You're out with your friends or co-workers you're putting back a few drinks a few becomes a few too many. It's time to go in for a moment. You think of calling for a ride now. You're a good driver. You live nearby. You can make it home okay. What are the odds. You'll get pulled over and even so what's the worst that could happen. You lose your license. You lose your job you total your car. You kill someone in only takes one mistake to change your life or someone else's forever play it safe and plan ahead to get a ride drive. Sober or get pulled over paid for by nitsa. Aspiration is the environmentally friendly debit card. That helps you. Combat climate change unlike big banks aspiration. We'll never use your money to fund coal oil or gas and you can choose the plant a tree with every purchase. The aspiration plus card is even made of ocean recycled plastic aspiration financial. 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I'm assuming romantic drama comedy. What what are we looking at it. This one is interesting. The great title. Because it actually. It's the night that sixty four civil rights which was originally written not to include women and so charming heart two minutes overlay of a principle about what happened it. Basically picks a guy was in congress based on a real character. We just call him the congressman in this in this movie and the decision to support the bill but only if he would be allowed to insert the word sex because he says in the in the thing. The bill has written if passed would make your wives and your daughters. Your mothers your sisters. The only second class citizens left in america. Wow so it's pretty fascinating this business that said we have to include women. Wow this so so. This is based on a true story. Essentially it's absolute absolute truth. Hides the charming heart admit is basically nose sort of introducing the idea that men need to include their girls can fortunately or not has been sort of relegated to you know the the achieve of history because he was a dixie crap of southern democrat. Who was you know. Maybe not the most open minded guy about race relations. I don't really know much about an outlay. But he's he's kind of written off without him. The women would not have been included. Look at that. I love i love history and the politics this is right up my alley congrats on that. It did the political climate right now. Sort of inspire you to take on this this story. Or what excited you about this. Promise story i mean it's great religious. Anna friel is in it and she's just she's just horrific images know so she's lovely for one thing it was technically from a you know a completely objective point of view has every she takes every box. She's a lovely lovely and and she has great integrity as a as a actress performer. She great to work with him and was a first time. Director of the script I've found so engaging and interesting historically best as well to play this guy. So i really had a good time. That's awesome you got so many other projects in the works as usual kelsey in this one looked pretty funny to me. Father christmas is back. Great title what. What can you tell us about that. That's out. There was shot in england this year this summer. So now it's not bad. It's about a dentist. Basically moved miami several several decades previous. Suddenly they're all assembled in In england berries from and he's become kind of americanized and basil girlfriend. The doors he left behind or not particularly happy so the family comes to terms that. There's a big pro small and there's some there's some terrific people in it liz. Hurley didn't John cleese while several others. I mean you know we have a really good time. Doing it is it. I don't know if it's an important movie but it'll be entertaining christie's got it. Okay got it got it no. That's fun that's fun spin on it right there. You've also got something in the works with alec baldwin. All our deny working on television. Show the shot. It was actually. It was guaranteed to go They didn't for abc. And they they thought they. I guess they thought they developed a great season out amid. So you know we're we're gonna fix it to eighty. Maybe because huge mistake otherwise. I would say appointment dealing right there. I mean we got. We got to ask you about frazier. What what is the status of the reboot. Bridges coming back a working on a trip to revive right now. We're all doing mr wound up the previous past. You know the sort of legacy cast members and the legacy castro menachem for that. We're gonna get him on board. We have a great direction. Brennan to go in and the i by shooting something sort of second quarter next year. Maybe somebody people see you know. Maybe springtime that is awesome are. Are you able to divulge where frazier crane will be at this point in his life. I'm not able to divulge it but you know the last will be left seattle. Last time he was in she went to chicago. he's not in chicago. Yeah okay tease. I like that little teams. We'll take it. We'll take. I mean that's got to be when i was thinking about it. One of the longest running characters on tv. Right i think of mariscal heart disease finally draft all the records. Now she's been like twenty six years or something on law and order right but but for a comedy you probably have number one. That's kind of cool. That's a fun fact right there that that's cooler than anything. How the kids now. Well i go from thirty nine to four of that though the latest batch. I love it love. It keeps the younger at their thirty four. That's the greatest thing ever done in. My kids are the ticket. Your best work eleven. Kelsey before i let you go. 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"kelsey" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly

Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly

"This business is an app so it's not like involved in what i do normally but i keep getting fucking pulled to this and the universe keeps opening doors and creating meetings and introducing me to people in like bats just more confirmation that like yes that is the that is the way to go. Yeah i feel very page of swords is a very much green light on that. Oh shit maybe. But i feel amazing eh. You're the best. You're so fabulous so you are you are. This is always what happens. Whatever to leo's get into a room. It's always like you the best making my. I love your face i love the real question is are. We have a joint birthday party on august seventeenth. Which is the day between our two birth hano percentile. Okay thank the universe. So where can we find you. We stay connected. Where could we. I be the first to discover what this page of. Swords is all on my god. Okay so you can find me at kelsey on all the things. Obviously the podcast. I've got two of them constantly carrying guilty pleasures And the new business is called swaps. Keys it is a marketplace app where it is one to one home decor trading. You don't actually have to buy anything. It's trade trade for the s. and m. gear. Yes yes one hundred percent and you could go sign up for our newsletter. Swazis dot co. We're on instagram. At swaps us and be excited because we're trying to launch this year that sell exciting congratulated so amazed guess page of swords energy fully fully fully. Thank you so much. So lovely has always you too.

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"kelsey" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"We are broadcasting from the beer guy's radio studios in marietta georgia in this week. We're talking with exhibit a bruin. I'm tim dennison with me as always is my good friend and co host. Brian hewitt tim joining us. Today we have kelsey roth. General manager of exhibit a. We're gonna talk about award winning cultures new ip as and possibly the right way to pour a beer. Because i saw that it was a topic. It's a burning question. Earning question yes doing all the burning questions kelsey. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me absolutely massachusetts beer. It's a hot topic on guys radio. Recently it is wandering all last week. Good times and He mentioned. I think kelsey before the show. You mentioned you do know matt over there wandering soul and so good yeah. Seems like a lot of good stuff half. There's little berea near boston. I think that's pretty hot for the northeast. Ipa's and stuff so. Yeah there's one two little out there but i may be biased but we got the best beer here in massachusetts. i think. Yeah yeah good stuff man. Good you know beer. Prices vary everywhere delta. Kelsey wherever you go you may find a little price. Have you been a fly through laguardia recently. No not recently. Okay anywhere recently. Well let me tell you what you expect if you were grabbing you a beer at laguardia so the internet lit up a few days ago with some beer prices. Air one person posted a menu that they had some of the beer prices. What would you expect to pay from. Michelob ultra at laguardia. I would say that at any airport but especially anything new york laguardia. I would expect nothing less than probably twelve to fifteen dollars. Okay thirteen a bargain right celtics. Thirteen bucks from culture there now if you want to upgrade to fat tire that's going to set you back twenty one dollars but if you want to go super premium a sam summer l. was almost twenty eight dollars. Twenty seven dollars and eighty five.

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"kelsey" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Show my name streak naski. I'm your host is always say. Thank you very much for all of the support that you have shown me for the show. I've been reading the feedback. It's wonderful it's warm. It's supportive and it's making all the difference knowing that the show is making a difference for you now speaking of people who are making a difference than if you've having trouble with your tech stack and you don't know really how to manage it and you're looking for somebody who can help you. I think my guest today will be that person to welcome to the show. Carleen kelsey welcome to the show in colleen. Hey thanks for having me. I hope you're having a good day. I'm having a wonderful day telling you know a of two feet and a half feet. I'm not gonna complain too much. I'm hoping to yes. It's a great day. it's the week is off to a busy start which is wonderful and testing to gladden. Happy to be here with you today. Excellent excellent look who's wondering colleen is a online managers. She's a coach speaker and technology specialists and he focuses hostesses on coaches course creators inside atlas. Who actually need help with the technical side of getting set up online now. That's that's never a small task. I'd love to take a deep dive with you. Enter the some of those topics colleen. But i would love to learn a little bit more. You wonder if we can start off with your current location which hung for you. Oh home for me is outside of phoenix arizona in chandler the east valley. It's hot as heck here right now and cousins summertime and it's over one hundred degrees every day so we go out early in the morning week out in the evening and we pretty much stay inside the rest of the day. It's only this time of year and it's a july. they say. I remember driving through death valley and also to myself. This'll be a one way ticket for me on both. I'm here again yeah..

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"kelsey" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

"I drink and my intensity like i've always been a very intense person as a kid and whatnot. I have a very high standard for myself. If i gotta be in school was soldering had failed. You know like full tears waterworks. And everything so. It was a lot of like pent up stress to be perfect time. I think that first time. I drank in. This weird way was like a release of responsibility. You know like a release of. I didn't have to be on this opportunity to go all another great thing. But then i'm like level one hundred about my schools that haven't been great and now a mike full on ongoing to corporate job fulltime during the summers in part time during every school year straight on sixteen so often that for summary got the opportunity to keep working hard time like. I mentioned this clear that was that was it was like kid kelsey already. Pretty stressed out anxious isolate take my tests in a different room. Because i was. I'd have such testing Grades and everything but it was killing myself for it. You know to know downfall parents anything. It's sort of just self inflicted drive that crushing and eilly not alcohol through those years. Thought because like you said in movies and tv. The socialize like to be cool means to drink and party which was such a contrast with my life of wanting to perform at be getting grades. Have great job but then like we but to be cool you to join us Enemy and i got up through my family on both sides. So i i should have somebody my family all this coming early but you can see it coming. It's like it's the it's the pudding and it was absolutely something. I just fell into sorta cope with the stress and anxiety over that time. And like you said this rock bottom idea to being from on twenty four had ten years of like hitting gravel right look hitting rock bottom gravel of like okay got arrested last night also report a law enforcement and i gave a fake. Id i got another ticket for drinking. Underage and i went to the hospital two times because of the amount of alcohol in my system. Everyone else was doing fine off the party bus right. They all walked often. I was passed out in the back of the bus of the police. You now call the ambulance than all these little things were like. Wow that's not who. I am so embarrassing. I sleep with a stranger on stupid things like it was just another morning away feeling like shit and having apologize for it and having to call my parents when i was in college in stuff on lots to another like you know like this is what's going on. Just destroy them. You know nerves lies and stop. It was like. I'm sure every weekend let cameras like. Oh let's wait till kelsey calls you know what she was gonna canal but it was always able to be passed off because my grades were so great. Still doing great at intel and look at all these things so it was very hard for me to come to the final Say enough's enough because it really had been so long it just enough like shits but everything else looks fine and that makes it very hard in our society like society to say okay. I'm gonna stop drinking forever when everything else seemed okay. I think once. I got to the point where i finally stopped drinking. You know it had been a number of years three years after college. I think at this point and i didn't have any like life or passion outside of going to work and going out to bars and stuff and drink Tours it'd be there wasn't anything i was doing it. I paint sti- garden. Do i like to draw. Do i sing. I plan instrument. Like do i bake anymore. And it wasn't doing any of those things when i went on this business trip in barcelona business shirts rose the worst for me because it's kind of like it. Was this new world where nobody knew. I had a problem right. If you're drinking around people who majoring too much. Sometimes you can keep your shit together. Sometimes you can't but there's sort of voice in the back of your head that says like don't have another one because your friends looking and he's gonna be mad you know he knows you you've had too many or whatever business trips were like free for all and others Way they handled alcohol better than me right other people who business trips also feel like. It's the free for all your way from your family. That's the way it was a recipe for disaster for me. Because i really always took it to the next level so that night convinced my group of coworkers that i knew this random group of guys that i obviously did not know said. Oh don't worry about me. i'll be fine. I'm gonna go with now like this conversation whatsoever had given one of those carter's my phone so when i came to like three thirty in the morning in a strange apartment without a fawn had just done horrible things and a got got into a taxi was all very very blurry and confusing but the next morning having to call her boyfriend at the time of four years and say what had happened you know and yet again. This is four years. He's gone through a lot of these little road bumps of issues and stuff and they're pretty bad things that would continue to happen here and there and it was just done was done. It was like almost like a cold stone wall. Had just gone up really realized that morning. That if i keep doing this not only can i not have a relationship with anyone else that will be value or last is not fair and but he also have a relationship with my family. But i can't with myself. You know this is just like what respect do i have for myself. I keep doing this. And i keep saying i want so yeah. I really made a decision that morning. It was for good. I had stopped drinking. When i was twenty one for about six months ultimatum with the boyfriend. At the time you need to get scattered okay. I'm gonna stop this holiday and grade six months of my life. Those were incredible. I wrote like help awesome. I felt like most agree. I just can't wait until i can just have one drink. Yeltsin my last journal entry. That period was Ramar now's blocking out again within like three weeks so this time was just like enough's enough you know i'm just really ready to be done and was founded english speaking amy not that morning and i have not had a drink since. Oh that's so good to. I've been to meetings all over the world as well and it's such a cool experience. I went. I think i was in costa rica and win to a meeting and it was not an english-speaking meeting an ice speak spanish pretty good but it's more challenging when you're in a spanish speaking country because they talk so fast. It's hard to keep up.

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