35 Burst results for "Lacey"
"lacey" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"It. S not that one. I don't know it's kind of like entrance. Fingering is kind of fun right now so now the lacey's given up the mike she's gonna hands free so i've got my finger aimed op zoom deliberately getting into inside clinton liam's instead of having any rubbing on my cl- it. I have both my hands on my belly. And i'm just like rubbing into my belly and like the kind of upper pubic bone area. But i'm not touching my klett him just enjoying kind of moving my tummy around which feels really satisfying okay. So even though we are getting like the inside of the clinton this obviously is working very wealthy..
"lacey" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"So during allayed this body scan. I'm kinda i've gone a bit stupefied right now. I'm i can laid it and just maybe a minute grew so we've both closed out. Is we have a hands on our laps. Way seated but a legs out straight and feet arresting on each other's chairs so uncomfortable position as lacey said if you're driving or operating heavy machinery maybe just listen to this part again when you get home just gonna take a few slow slow deep breath all the way down to a tummies. I want to start as we continue breathing to visualize some light on the top of your head and just slowly slowly as you breathe that lots of washing down your body very slowly and if you find a place as i did this week you realize you had been judging yourself for your body maybe for your whole life to stop there just up the line scan instead of judgment of self judgment send self love and acceptance and also. Just make a choice. Do you choose to just love it as it is. Oh you choose to change it. I suggest loving.
"lacey" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"I'm working with. They'd getty joyfulness god energy right now. He's been visiting me coming to me coming through me. Just really invited that in like the playfulness that drives pleasure. The joy the fun and that he's gonna go so giggly. If you could see us now navigating microphone and being in an office chair with a mic. Stand this is really quite quite a good visual. Just challenge lacey to take a photo and you gotta remember to post that one. Maybe that can be the picture this episode if we remember to give it to ronnie.
"lacey" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"Because i know that so many will relate to the story that i shed so i make sure you're following Thank you sorry. I thought you were done there. You turn your head away. I'm in my wrap up lacey like anchorwoman phase can keep talking into in my head whole different talking in a straight line from south africa just giving one more. The final thing is. Make sure that you're following on instagram at lacy and flinton and Engaging with us there you can send us. Dm's about what you want us to explore. You can comment on our post and let us know what your fav- episodes are or if you have any questions you can let us know there route other people's comments because Yeah there's a lot of people drop some good good thoughts there. Yes who this one. Complainant francis heartfelt and boundary breaking open. Honest brave warm and tender insight into helping intimate and a long term relationship is about making time showing up working through things really talking and sharing and most importantly opening your heart and how doing those things brings indescribable closeness freedom strength and feeling grounded and connected so true planet francis episode fifteen. Where do we go from here. I mean we have had so much. Success in terms of this podcast. Recent reaching many people charting around the globe. And i think. I think we're going to be ready soon for the i dunno. I'm feeling like things are going to shift in the show. And i'm i'm excited for the next stage of this development was certainly no shortage of ideas. It's more just a bit of space to step back and relief for lacy to vision. Like how big and epic do we want this baby to grow because it has the potential to grow supermassive but thank you so much for all the listens downloads. This really really validates the work that we're doing in the effort that we're putting in so. Yeah we love. he's also much. And if you're interested in working with me to up level your business. I have a program called pussy powered business kicking off in september. And this is taking women who aligning with this energy of connecting to sexuality and self and then bringing your gifts forward in the world through your business making impact making income making a difference and doing all well connected to the feminine than this program could be for you and as well you can. 'em me personally on instagram. At very lacy or you can check out the show notes where they'll be linked to my i g. Flynn any last things. Nor that's it just the pussy pellet business. it's all about funding your authentic self and then in putting that out in there into the world. Isn't it like here i am. This is my deepest truth and then watching that just fucking resonate like mad with so many people around the world and going bigger than you could probably see your business going. Yes that's very very. Yeah i've there's already we're already at half capacity and the people who have been answering the call are extraordinary women from around the world who are ready to just up level and it saw. It's an exciting moment. It's usually exciting to see the epic range of.
"lacey" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"Better. What i was saying was it goes to show how important it is to not only create the authentic touch but tend to touch. What do you mean means when you're conscious your presence when you're paying attention motherless less bazi words your intention lay out of your head and you're feeling your partner's body as well as your partners energy in you're touching them in a way that they want to be touched to allow them to open up in enjoy the sexual like junie of intimacy got good sensation. Sound fun yes good. But then the point that i was trying to make that it's very important to start off with that but also to maintain it because you as lacy just did will pick up very quickly when you've gone in your head thinking about something in the connection is lost very quickly. Even if you consciously aren't at a place yet where you recognize what's happened and you can say what's happened. Your body knows your body feels and you lose trust or maybe your body you dry up. Are you feel like closed off. Your body knows when the person has vanished when the person's in their head when the person's touch is no longer present or you know it becomes roughened. Your body knows so even if you don't know where you don't have the language for it just yet listen to your body and listen to those sensations because they'll tell you like if your body's bristling and your body doesn't like something there's a reason there's something there so understanding what that is going to set my microphone down for a while. I think you buddy noses is of one of the clues of this episode. Think maybe it should be the title of. But i'm pretty sure the total episodes be we just had periods again. There i mean. Let's be illness at this point. I'd have to make some really really flawed moves. There's not a little piggy in my bed it's actually lacey snort that was really snotty two alpha. We're going to go down and so we can have two hands touching properly but they're just here so we'll see what gets picked up back again okay lacey's back the little kids period blanket kids periods. Didn't come at right. Let's let's let's be present food. It's it's reset once you go back up. Because i wanted to re cosa trait my energy here in also allow you to grab my cup. Which is what you've wanted to do earlier. Excuse it's about trying to go back to something that was so you're trying to recreate something that we were lying down and having a new experience and i wanted to kind of come back to the sun would enjoy. This didn't think we actually took it as far as could go because of the technology. I need you.
"lacey" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"After after the sun comes a author was after the sound comes rain again. Maybe i don't know. Do you want a cup. Some tells you why. What an tales. We just talked about this that we can have. We can have periods ex. Awesome get tells. Okay you repeat it for listeners. They missed that part right. That's all right. I mean. I thought it would have been more suspenseful to just be like. Oh get towels. And then you get towels and then let it be revealed naturally. Yeah some memorial matter. Fact god i. It's the lacy influence show who really is not lame. Like so please listening. All right. it's the lacey and flynn have sex. Podcast it's time for another episode. That's mostly what we do on the show. We have sex and we six coach through it. We're not having sex to just have sex. It has a deeper purpose. We want to actually show you what it looks like to work through. Things speech challenged. It's not pretty. It's not pretty. It's real we want to inspire you in your relationship. You're gonna be challenged. You probably need to wear heads that and this is for children or our parents know. Mom and dad turn back now. This is your fun warning on the no mummy. No mummy so get ready to revolutionize the way you feel about sex what you think about sex and ultimately for you to have a much better sex life in elevated sex life. That's what that's what we want. Everyone does what was shown this work. Okay we love you goodbye. That's like an intro right. little do think so. Yeah okay. I don't normally have sex on this day of my cycle day too but i'm feeling quite sensual and embodied and i had a very long cycle at thirty four day cycle. Which doesn't normally happen for me so i feel like i've actually been through a really long kind of passageway into the bleed that enabled me to process a lot. Let go of lot. Continue the journey of surrender. So actually i feel very different today on day. Two of my cycle than i normally would. I still want to honor the integrity of this day. So the first number of days of bleeding. Like to move slower..
"lacey" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"As as i said. Yeah so what i'm seeing is. Imagine this you have two people are coming together right. And you're kissing you're making out but both people are in their heads generating a story and we've worked with clients like this. This is what they've needed to do. We've done this at points in our lives like this is very common so there's nothing to be ashamed of. But i want you to really envision what this looks like two people connecting through their bodies. But they're both they're both in their heads generating imagery or a narrative to spur on the experience. So this to people the connection is stunted because you're elsewhere inside of your imagination you're not fully present so then take two people and remove that barrier to connection which is being in your mind generating images and instead. You're actually there with your person like the level of intimacy is so much greater the potential for connection and also simultaneously the fear. Because it's so much deeper to actually look at someone in the eyes and let their body turn you on and actually ground and breathe. It actually takes more time because you have to come into your senses. You have to arrive in this space. You can't just flip that kind of televised channel in your head and be like oh picturing to people doing this picturing my partner being different than they are. I mean we've worked with plenty of people seeing that you know like your fucking someone else but you're picturing someone else you've talked before. This isn't shocking. This is what we all do. You know we're also adept at distracting ourselves from the present moment and you'll see this in your life like instead of being there with your family. You're going to scroll on instagram. Or you're thinking about what you're gonna do tomorrow or you're thinking about an upcoming holiday because we're not practicing being present to what is the beauty. That's already here and this manifests in our sexual relationships. Do you think about this is very important stuff. It goes along with A life not alaw many of our lives now culture being so full of information in space that people can't all they have a lot of difficulty with understanding the space between things i need to achieve in their day in actually sitting in calmly being present without being overrun by all of the kind of barrage of information and noise coming at you from all different angles and i think that stiffly something to be practiced on your own without your partner so you can arrive and have an understanding. Of what being present is i think at a really basic foundational level that something that we can all cultivate more so the more you can kind of pot the sees of noise new formation and stuff feel like so many of us so good at filling every available gap every space who something is lacey to say grabbing a phone or whatever but what that's done to us all is drive us away from this most important thing of just being these active being present and then when you come to connect with someone else you're you're already gone so it's no wonder that you can't make a deep connection and they're already gone somewhere else to and then your both slandering around on tofu. Each other trying to get a deep soulful connection. But you're not allowing that act to be present in your life through the actions that you're taking in your life to cultivated as no cultivation of this act of being present. You know everything's a process route so as you cultivate that that new habit that new act or foundation in your life in g get your. Ideally your partner would be working on their stuff as well. Then you start to feel what it's like to arrive together and have the quality of this connection to grow stronger and stronger over time. Yeah i love. There's two things there..
"lacey" Discussed on Mpulse Rock
"Ari mentioned dc talk. That was probably the first big one especially with just their vocal dynamics. I would love to be in a bam. The has three lead singers. That can go back and forth like that of managed to make that happen yet but I did even honor our new song. That we just released close encounter There's part racing. The truth is out the ns taken directly from a dc. Talk song called the truth and everything but Yeah then. I don't know i guess a lot of a lot of the early. Two thousands metal core vans especially christian metal core. Like as i lay dying and under oath big influence on me and my songwriting to this day. Even them lyrically and stuff. I take a lot of influence from cs. Lewis as a writer. Cool that's very cool. I like that you definitely gray author author perserve. Yes do you feel anxious or nervous before you hit the stage. I don't know if. I really get fat nervous. I think i get more nervous before. Doing these interviews. Just because i don't like speaking. And i mean dissent. I talk little on stage but it's all usually very planned out. I ever heard a million times. So i can hear super confident via on stage. Feel more confident singing performing than do just talking to people in general or glenn to like a party and chatting with people i i can. I can imagine yourself so a follow up question to that. Since she says she said you never know really felt or anything on stage. Have you and your mind ever had a flawless performance. A flawless no. Because i am perfectionists in so many ways. But i'd say we did do a livestream performance of local music store All in to me. Especially because it was filmed. And i've got to go back and watch it over and over again. That is by far. I think the best performance. I've ever done.
"lacey" Discussed on Mpulse Rock
"Where you'll find all of our interviews as are social media links to facebook instagram as well as twitter. Today we have jared lacey from the band poetic disowned. How're you doing tonight. Jared all right for absolutely man. So yon so. How long has poetic dissect been together as obeyed. Technically we went into the studio. I think in march two thousand seventeen then didn't release any of that music until a year later in two thousand eighteen. So i'm not good at math but i think that's around three years about for years short them fingers and toes wine by the site. Why the name poetic descent as a reason behind that name or a story behind that name. Yes there is So looking in the bible. I believe in genesis where lists the names of all the people that descended from adam. It has my first name. Jared and one day. I was looking up the meaning of that name and i believe in the footnotes of my bible at said to descend and also pointed me to genesis chapter six which is a chapter where it talks about the sons of man descending to the earth and basically making children with human women creating with the bible says are nettlesome which are also giants and i was like. Wow that's a really cool story. Especially since i'm into science fiction and things like that to consider that that that's actually could be factual so. Of course i came up with the name. Based on that. And there's a ban from dayton ohio the pretty big fan of called dedic kinda. Grab the cord part from them. Nice very cool. Love here reasons behind different band names especially when it's something that's that's a little bit different. So how did the band get started back in two thousand eighteen..
"lacey" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast
"And i think when you understand that like my guest today janey is is you know. She's in the field of relationship trauma and we were just talking about that. You know even if one woman. Here's this today and overcome some trauma in her life. Like i'll be honest with you. I can tell you one person that will listen to this podcast. In the next couple of days and that will be my wife because i shared with her a little bit about janey and you know she she she's she's a mem- she's a faculty member of the international institute of trauma and addiction professionals. I love that like she. Her goal is to make sure that people can overcome this. I mean she's one. I'm not gonna go into all of it because i want her to share her story with you know she. She has a syndicated voice. America show called. Let's talk about it with johnny lacey right that you know which you can find like where you can find my podcast on iheart. I tunes spotify. Just name them right and you can find a right and and i love this and before introducing let her share her story. She helps women overcome these toxic relationships. Right she she she. She's the creator of of women redeemed an intensive experimental group. That uses proven. Listen to this proven strategies to start women on their healing journey right. Think about that. for second. On their healing she uses her expertise and experience to help others break patterns of toxic. And so i'm just going to welcome. And then i'm gonna let her share story 'cause we i'm super excited that she's here because i think that once you hear that story of hers and i ask a couple questions so that we can really see who she is and what she does so janey as a welcome to the podcast. It's so good to have you know. I am so glad to be here and i believe in divine connection which is why we are sitting at the breakfast table together most most mornings and got to hear your heart. I believe fruit attracts fruit and like attracts like so. It's not by accident that we are sitting here together and and it's not by accident either that i'm in the work that i do. You know when. I look back. God puts people places opportunities in front of us to help us. Really heats are calling and it's a matter of we're going to Ballo that calling in clearly looked back my go. i can see. See the dots. You know when i was ten years old. My father did not speak english very well and had a second grade education. And i'm a biracial child. And you know growing up in my my family system of what i now know obviously didn't know that at ten as addictions dependency depression and just emotional neglect. But what else. Ten years old in the middle of the night..
Interview With Actor, Producer, Jason Blum
"Great to speak with you. Jason thank you for making the time. And i guess just to start at the very beginning. Can you share with our viewers. Where were you born and raised in. Did your folks do for a living sure. I was born actually in los angeles. I moved to new york when i was very young. My dad was an art dealer. Had a gallery in l. a. Actually called the ferris gallery. Which is my middle name gave warhol his first west coast show. Showed the soup cans there ferris gallery and my mother was not historian They're both still alive. My mom was a professor of art history. She taught different here in l. A. sheets sutter riverside and on the east coast. She spent most of her time teaching at a suny purchase. She's retired now But i definitely grew up with artists than in the arts and with two parents who were in the arts and had not had those parents. I probably would have been doing something else so i guess you know i know that you eventually went off to vassar but before that if you can think back to your adolescence and there may be people at that stage who are watching or listening or whatever. I'm just curious. Do you remember what your interests and passions were as as a kid. Sure i definitely do I've actually been thinking a lot about my adolescence. Because i just read this great book which i would highly recommend to all all of you Fellow zuma's out there called notes on silencing and it's By by a woman named lacey crawford i met her the other day and It's about her experience at saint. Paul's not a good experience. But it's it's it was it. May i've been thinking a lot about my adolescence. Because i went to boarding school as well. I went to go called taft before that went to public school outside of new york city. I grew up in a little town called dobbs ferry
Sales Is Just Helping People Get What They Want
"Today. Unshareable kate lacy is a business strategist mindset mentor and sales yogi. I'm talking to her from all the way across the pond. She's in australia. Welcome to sharable today kate. Hey jeff today are nice money from around the well where are you. Listeners may all around the world. I'm guessing year we have people. Listen to sharable from literally all over. I've looked at our analytics and like we have people that are tuning in from like Countries in northern africa from some people in all over asia got some listeners in singapore so like i mean the majority of the listeners are in the us probably second only to canada. And then i think actually our third largest audience isn't australia if i'm not mistaken so that works. Yes everybody out. Been listening all right. So let's talk a little bit about you know some of your backgrounds. Many things you've done today. We're going to talk mostly about sales. A lot of the ins and outs of. I knew you're really big on giving people value driven tips ways to be better at sales. A lot of your career was launched in the wake of helping people better understand sales. So i want to talk about a couple parts of your early career because i think it sets nice context for getting into getting into the work that you're currently doing so part of your background and correct me if i'm wrong but really really early in your career. Actually you were a top. Recruitment consultant australia correct. So like you were working in the world of recruiting. So that's actually a really interesting way to start off getting into sales just because you're selling the idea of working for a particular company you in many cases kind of cold call people and have these develop warmth initially. Can you talk a little bit about how you dropped into that. And maybe some of the early things you learn from that and how it it it may brought you to this place that you are now saw. I saw i. I keep failing into it when a just to take it back at a step i really want to wait for these hair. Care company like these really kinda cool funding you. What i called up based site manager and basically got myself an interview and sat in front of him and he said. Get all your soy. Your real dog I love you with got reps in every single part of the company right now majority have room floor. But would you mind if i pass on your data files to one of my best buddies. Who are no nate. someone so i said yes. I ended up in
Ohtani's HR Helps Angels End Skid With 4-2 Win Over Astros
"Shohei Ohtani broke a two two tie by leading off the eighth inning with a four hundred and forty foot home run to straightaway center field as the Los Angeles angels beat the Houston Astros forty two Tunney's Homer answered really gory tales game tying two run shot in the seventh and help the angels avoid a four game series sweep Dylan Bundy didn't factor in the decision for the angels but he held the Astros to two runs over six innings the bullpen trio of Christopher Rodriguez Mike Myers in rice salad Lacey is combined to toss three scoreless frames Adam Spillane Houston
"lacey" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"This might make you uncomfortable. Trion this might make you uncomfortable. Te hey this is easy. Mrs flynn and we really enjoy having sex with each other. We love now but one back. A couple of years and things were going very well. What happened there. We winter human face which was awesome and then we went through the no surveys really any six face an hour on a mission to work out. What exactly happens to make sex drop in long term relationships. Yeah because we wanted to know. How is it possible. We'd gone from a loads of sex like flying unicorns helping across a rainbow in the honeymoon days to barely having sex at all. We decided to flip that shit and look at what was not working in our relationship and change it lacey's pointing at me about how six our relationship what was funky with it and how we didn't break up. We decided to fix about breaking up. Did you always deeply pissed off and on you. The sex love was the major issue so we didn't break. We decided to fix our sex life and in digging deeply into our sex life over the course of many years we healed so many parts of ourselves and ultimately created an epic relationship in our fucking soups happy. Prosise amazing shit during sex. How we do. And we've built it as the cornerstone of our lives. Yes so we dedicate ourselves to sex like it was our business and then we made teaching other people about their sex lives are actual business. So we've taught thousands of singles and couples around the world how to communicate how to heal rejection and resistance all these things that keep people from having soulful satisfying relationships and sex lives because spoiler alert your relationship to sex underpins so much of your life. It's six education people. Sometimes they're even going to have sex and break it down for you in the show. Yeah we'll also invite special guests into the conversation and even answer your personal questions live on the show to help transform your own relationship and sex life through small make you uncomfortable yes it might also make you super excited but if you follow along with us and you dig into this work we will not only change your sex life will change you as a person so tune in on your favorite and follow or subscribe right now to get all the latest episodes and we'll keep lazy and flynn coming each week and hopefully keep you coming to. Oh oh yo archaisms. Not guaranteed orgasms. Knock aren't pleased conditions apply..
New vaccination site opens at Angel of the Winds Arena in Seattle area
"On covert vaccines. The angel of the winds Arena in Everett is now open as a mass vaccination site, Department of Emergency Management director Jason Bierman says you will need to make an appointment will be using the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Esso. We're excited that this will be certainly the firms in the county and we believe perhaps the first in the state that will actually be rolling out Use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. The first batch of the vaccine arrived in Washington State. Just this week I broke radio stone cold Jenny. X has more. Unlike Fizer and Madonna, the Johnson and Johnson vaccines don't need to be frozen. That makes them ideal for places that have had trouble keeping dose is very cold. We're sending most of R J and Jay doses to county where their allocations were a bit lower in the past. Lacy Fair and got the deputy secretary for the state's Coben 19 response says. We got about 61,000 Johnson and Johnson doses from the feds this week, but that's all we'll get for the next three weeks. After that shipment should start up again
Goodhart's Law in Reinforcement Learning
"Student at university. College london minds researches mauka manipulation if you have self trading algorithm does it learn to manipulate markets. And then going from that. How'd you stop it for many players in the market on cutting more generally how do you tell algorithm which runs a policy. How do you tell it. The certain things are illegal. Should be done. So it's kinda taking me on more security journey than i thought it would because of going into the world of experimental psychology lower because not market knows very interested in intent lieutenant and they're also interested in coz -ality my work at the moment is trying to establish will Like for an hour them and the what the beginning to be talking about today is connected to quality so is an area that really came up in my kinda full mold machine learning education and it was only probably just over a year. When i read a book by judy. Appel will the book of why a restarted get interested in the subject to causality and realize that it's something but isn't tool on isn't handled while a machine learning at all. And if you read the book. Paul is very adamant about the importance of alexey. In housing types of analysis simply can't walk without taking into account so it drew a question in my mind is wide or how machines machine learning techniques reinforcement dining. what when there's no explicit treatment of causality. it's all so that led to the dog brought to pipe official quoted by fulminate cool cool combo good health law enforcement butting so a reinforcement learning should be all about causality. You have an agent. He chooses actions that she's actions. That somehow changes the world. They receive some kind of award the world changes and so on so you think that reinforcement learning calls aleksey guy well together and actually if you to believe bill. They can't walk reinforcement. Dining should be able to work if causality isn't explicitly treated. But if you look at sutton a barter which is the canonical text on reinforcement. Learning a search for the wet causality. Causal anything like that pays exactly zero times in the book. So someone's gotta be wrong. Eva wrong in saying that actually k. nikon generate any kind of policy to solve a problem or reinforcement dining extremely lucky so far in the Questions that they've studied have contained any kind of interesting causal structure. I agree that the word causality is suspiciously missing from most of the reinforcement literature. Books and papers. I've encountered but it almost feels like it could be there implicitly. Could this just be a matter of semantics. Well that's the great hope from deep reinforcement dining. I guess that ye somehow by involving date neural network in order this somehow in that your network which is unknowable. Mysterious does the job of analysing causality. It doesn't automatically so you don't need to think about it. And it's done you don't need to worry about to me fulfillment dining works. So let's move on. And i guess there is an element of that because reinforcement dining does work. But it just made me think about if you look in science. In general there's a long history of humans discovery techniques which work with before actually understanding why they work so i was thinking about i on the on age was five hundred bc even saudi arabia and to make land. You need to take on all you. Smelted with coke and the coke burns in the air that produces carbon monoxide to carbon monoxide displaces. The oxide in the side which then lacey with real on so at what point in human silenced. It be realized that was happening. Probably two years lights may be seventeen eighteen. Hundreds ole is time. We still had on tools. Said he didn't really matter that we didn't know why what it did kind of walk on. I like bit to reinforcement learning. Maybe the process. Which does what. It's a bit mysterious. Maybe ego to do things to get it to work. But the actual understanding as to white wax isn't diane. I think without an understanding of sally cardi understand. Why rainbow sledding works. I can pull out a textbook or maybe go
Loneliness in science fiction with Aliya Whiteley
"Welcome to breaking the glass slipper. I'm mcginley i'm short bond and i'm lacey handsome space. The final frontier an empty endless expensive nothing teeming with life. But you really need to look beyond the confines of our will to find loneliness. We are currently fighting pandemic and in its wake a loneliness epidemic despite a constant striving for companionship. It could be said that to be lonely is to be human. And what's more human than exploring our hopes and fizz in literature so here to help us discuss loneliness and the human condition a seen through the science fiction lens is the incomparable leah. Whiteley thank you for joining us today. Would you please like to introduce yourself to our listeners. Even though you have been on once before but we love you so much that you all here to join us again. I have been on before. I'm delighted to be here again. I thank you for that I'm elliot wisely right strange novels and short stories up and doing that for a while. That's that's it. that's what i do. Oh i should probably say the sky is the is the new one. That's coming in march. Yes and it's very good. I just finished it and enjoy it. That's good yes. I think i was explaining to my partner like your books. I heart this. You find this compliments for me. You'll books up fabulously weird. That's definitely a compliment. Yeah okay. I like it. When books really surprised me. So i try and write books already surprise other people. Get what you think. I just don't know where this is going to go. I think that's that's kind of what i'm aiming for time so definitely achieved beauty. I'd really did. Yeah i think i really. I really pushed that. Want as far as i possibly could so successfully. No i say. I was a recommend not people was think about all well my recommending this to in it could be okay with that. Yeah they're going to be okay with it. Yeah i know what you mean you need to check with is going to be the right audience for it but i do. I do love it when people come to that one and and read it through for the first time. so let's carry on and turn our minds to loneliness. Wow yeah i want to apologize to everybody for the whole just about to sit here and talk for an hour by loneliness which might not be what anybody wants to talk about it right now. So there we go there. Is that but meziane on the coal. Let's turn it is topical but also we talk about learning. There's an understanding linus. Maybe we'll come to find some sort of feeling of togetherness and now. I feel a bit like some sort of hippie but yes that is the thing about loneliness isn't it. Is the paradox at the heart of it. Is you got to be able to describe it to somebody else to achieve togetherness loneliness togetherness and as you say. It's a little bit strange okay. Well let's let's start. So why do you think that stories of of isolation and loneliness so common particularly in saifi so. I think that i hadn't really thought about it in those terms in till you kinda said that. That's where the conversation Might go in preparation for this and Then it really reminded me of a bike. Do dote sorry for that. It reminds me of when i used to be a chambermaid. For years in my in my teenage years. I used to work hotel over the summer months and one day i was doing the rhymes and went into room twenty-seven and walked in there and just had the strongest sation that something wasn't right but i couldn't have put my finger on what it was and then i saw like a very big black fly on the wall. I just had that feeling that something wasn't right. And i saw another fly and another one i turned around in the hole behind me was just covered in flies. Just black with them. They'd kind of blocked there all over the windows while they blocked at the sunlight. And i went downstairs and said we're gonna fly problem in room twenty seven and i was presented with account of fly spray and towed to to go and deal with it tonight and i felt extreme loneliness as i walked. Walked back to that room to to deal with the fly. Problem and sort of sprayed halfheartedly with the counter fly spray at a few of them and just thought this is. This is never going to. This is never going to work and Yes i think once you start looking at the doesn't think back in truck in a strange way. Once you start looking at the loneliness in saifi then you you see. It won't twice. She said three times. And then you turn ryan. It's just absolutely everywhere. I'm beginning to think it might be the pervasive factor in in science fiction and even in literature in general it fights like the loneliness of the human condition. Yeah so that's where. I am with that right now but i wasn't really thinking about that until you asked me about loneliness now. It's kind of all. I can think about right now. So thank you.
Hidcote: Behind glass at the plant shelter
"Here though to talk about the plant shelter. Which is the domain. Where i am sure. Many of my listeners would be heading. I as enthusiasts of plants behind glass. They is far grander. I'm sure than anything that i can offer in my own. My own discard. And how big is the plot shelter in. What kind of things are in there. The plan shelter as off the top of my head about thirty meters boy. Five or six meters. It's made range runs from east to west and it has glass on this southern front but it has a solid war on the back on the northern the northern aspect. Well sounds perfect for so many plants. i bet it's a nice place to retire to Chillier days just fine things go and do the plant shelter for the weather's terrible. It's definitely one that you don't need to draw. Draw zone when when the opportunity presents itself. It's a love space nicely protected but is a particularly interesting sort of structure in itself in that it was designed. I imagine boy johnson himself. He had studied architecture in america before he came here and the front the south front that is laced actually can be removed and so becomes as who came out the garden rooms. It becomes another room in the garden during the summertime because it has that kind of open aspects which we then plant very much on the front and we can bring pulse right to the front of it said that their cascading out into the garden sound school just and is everything in pots or in bed. Is the beds in there as well. Yeah there are some beds. Although i think the foundations of seat to some extent contain those beds. But there's also a lot of pulse helps us with displays in terms and be able to move things around as things sort of off lowering. We're looking their best. What's looking good right now. We're now recording in the start of february. Yeah there's there's not a huge amount. We have done some work in that recently. A one thing that is actually incredibly striking is the halden. Bogia via lacy is just so vivid in its color it's Pending racine purple flowers just over at the moment that they're looking spectacular is not a big plant in bed. Or it's been trained up one of the pillars so Once we get to the summertime in glazed fronts komo fits sort of does a bit of both This evergreen climber that's twenty is way the pillar and we do 'em Holiday cuts on nas jay. So it's it's still making its way back up. The pillar feel like but still looking stunning and as flowering really well. Is that one of the challenges of an environment protected environment like that. I'm thinking back to my rhs level to hear protected environments of the challenge of overprotected environment. That you know things grow so well that you do need to hack them back a bit. I occasionally and get things back under control. Because you've got a limited space you've got to form that this not movable and even though you can take the front off in the summer there's only so much space yes. A number of climates make their way to the top instead of seemed to feel like they'd be better outside but identity then would think that when they get to the cold weather in the winter but things the jasmine which eater has incredible heady sent in the middle of summer is is amazing but was a real tyrant this year because it had gone way over the top of pillows and then it just created this mass which we then found a pigeon nesting in an embarrassing say. Do try and keep things a little bit more in control and we run that balance. All the time johnson was at an incredible plants person and he would have wanted to have filled it with with every innumerable varieties of plants. And we want to do the same but you will say well to be able to call them well and encouraged to grow in in the way that we can look off them so that they're not making Plant health problem than not to the harboring disease. All about or anything like
2 dead after separate shootings in Prince George's Co.
"Separate shootings in Prince George's County. Last night. The first happened around 8 50 on Shady Side Avenue near Lacey Avenue in Suitland, leaving a man dead. Prince George's County Police say the victim took himself to the hospital after being shot. And soon after. They're getting there. He died. The second shooting left a woman dead and happened around 11 30 on Hamilton Street near Edmonston Road in east Riverdale. Police say they found the wounded man in a parking lot and the wounded woman in a parking lot and took her to a hospital where she later died. No arrests have been made in either of the shootings, and police have called both homicides. Police are asking the public to call with any information about the incidents. Maura area,
Seattle-area restaurant owners plead with state lawmakers to reopen at 25% capacity
"Pleading with state lawmakers to end pandemic related closures and save their businesses more from comas. Corwin Hank Schubert Ho is owner and chef at Salt and Iron and Edmonds. This shutdown has deeply impacted our business. You sure state senators reopening can be done safely. He did it before the three or four months in the summer time that we were serving custom. Where's that 50% capacity? Not one server caught Covitz owners tell the Senate Business and Finance Committee they'd like an immediate move to allow reopening at 25% capacity. Lacey Fehrenbach, the state health departments, covert czar, says she gets it. We want to reopen our economy as well. It's saving lives comes first. Restrictions that we have put in place have made a different under the governor's plan. A region can qualify for Phase two reopening if new covert cases fall 10% over two weeks, and the region's ICU beds are at less less than than 90% 90% capacity. capacity. Corwin Corwin
Texas EquuSearch calls off search after missing Houston mother Laura Reed contacts father
"Texas EquuSearch says that Laura Lacey Reed got ahold of her father, telling him that she was not in any danger but didn't release any further details. It was reported missing over the weekend after her child was spotted inside of an abandoned vehicle. Oh, don't look now. But there's a new
How to Save Your Marriage
"Going to promise you one thing and that is that we could save your marriage so many times on the show. We've talked about marriage problems and often the solution for serious problems is marriage. Therapy easy to say you'll go but many times the one spouse will not go so what we're going to do is try and make it easy for you as a gift. We're going to give you two free days of marriage therapy. You won't have the expense and you won't have to leave the house. Starting today you will get a chance to look inside a marriage therapy weekend and here is what you'll see. We took eight couples who all admitted their marriages were on the brink of disaster. They spent the weekend with dr horrible hendrix. Who conducts these marriage workshops across the country and in the course of the weekend amazing results happened. Marriages were saved. And today you can begin to say yours. Tim and vicky webster have been married now. For two and a half years they are separated and vicky is expecting their third child. My next couple. Layton and debbie. Clark have three children and i've been married for six years. Derek and valencia. Stevens have been married for five and a half years. George and beth pasta have been married fifteen years and they have two children. Randy and pam mal have been married over twelve years and they have two children. Joe and karen stricklin have been married now for two years and they have three children from a previous marriage. Jim and laurie tolliver have been married nine months. The last of the eight couples has the biggest obstacle to overcome. James and mimi had been married six years. Mimi has filed for divorce. They came to the seminar truly to save the marriage. James and mimi lacey also joining us the mastermind behind this particular kind of marriage therapy and the author of this book which the therapy is based on called getting the love. You want getting the love you want. It is a guide for couples. Please welcome our marriage man. Harvard this. I have been watching some of the tape from the seminar and it is it has helped me and my relationship tremendously really has really just in learning how to fight fairly and so forth. Why is this different. It's different because there's a focus on an understanding that couples issues arise out of their childhood. And that when they present themselves in the relationship we have to understand that they come from someplace other than just the marriage so the workshop helps couples understand that provides them with some tools experiences information to help them resolve those childhood issues in their relationship. So we take the position that divorce is not the solution to a marriage that Working on marriage and resolving the childhood issue is the solution. So when you're married to someone you have to look at them for everything that they brought to the marriage before they got there exactly. Yeah childhood most important. You have to look at the childhood issues that were brought knowing that most of the conflict couples experience in their relationship comes from unresolved pains and hurts in childhood that are presenting themselves in adult form in the relationship. And if you know that then you know you're relating to a person when they're angry at you or upset or acting sort of crazy and you don't understand what's going on that relating to a person who's wounded and hurt and are dealing with that wound and hurt with the only skills and tools that they now have and that what you have to do in a relationship is to acquire new skills to deal with the old issues they have to be dealt with and so. The exercise that we're going to see now is called container. Exercise called a container exercise and this exercise comes actually at the end of two days of very intensive work. So it's about probably sixteen hours into the workshop before you get to this before you can get to this part because it takes a while to get to these kinds of feelings and the container is an exercise designed to help a couple deal with. What is what. I call a residual childhood rage. The hurts and pains the feelings. That are leftover that are created when when his little and get hurt and so. That rage shows up in marriages as Anger rage hurt and so forth in this container helps you deal with that because it has to be dealt with and resolve it so that you feel closer and more intimate afterwards. It creates compassionate intimacy rather than the distance that comes with most fights nats call container. Why because one person has to just listen. One person has to justice and one is a container that is they receive and listen and the other person is asked to go into their childhood hurt. It starts with something that happened in the relationship but then there to push their anger into the childhood memory and then into that pain. So there'd be a lot of expressions of intense anger and then tears usually come and then after that some talking and then when couples are doing this and they're real life you know in their home or in the workshop they alternate one listens as a carrying holding nurturing parrot and the other one goes in becomes regress like a little child back into that paint. Oakland alternate
FBI bulletin warns of plans for armed protests at all 50 state capitals and in Washington ahead of Biden inauguration
"Theo FBI's warning of armed protests at the U. S Capitol in all 50 state capitals in the days leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. The FBI has reportedly received information of a group calling for the storing of state, local and federal government buildings if efforts are taken to remove President Trump Home office before binds inauguration. House Democrats have introduced an article of impeachment against Mr Trump, charging him with inciting a mob of his supporters to carry out last week's violent attack on the Capitol. The House vote on impeachment on Wednesday. The group is also planning to Lacey's to government offices across the country on January 20th inauguration day, according to the reported FBI bulletin. Bernie Bennett in
Surprise Again! Taylor Swift Is Dropping New Album Evermore Tonight: 'This Is for You'
"On whether or not Taylor and her boyfriend, Joe, all winter married. So Swift shared an image of yourself in a white lacy gown for her upcoming music video for the song Willow, which is one of the new tracks off of her new album, Evermore, which drops at midnight tonight, and fans are speculating somebody tweeted. Can we finally admit Taylor is a married woman She's done. It's not show Alwyn buying. Oh, no Swift, similar similar Early sparked engagement rumors by sporting what looked like a large diamond ring on her left finger during her Netflix documentary, Miss Americana Now both evermore and the song Willow and the Music Video for Willow are out tonight at midnight. I can't wait.
Los Angeles Police Investigating Granada Hills Shooting, Attempted Carjacking Involving Lacey’s Security Team
"No new deaths are reported. Security team for L. A County district attorney Jackie Lacey is involved in an officer involved shooting yesterday. Officials say the incident took place when a security officer had exited the vehicle near Lacey's Granada Hills home and two suspects pulled up in a car. One of the suspects tried to take the empty security vehicle and officers opened fire. The
Los Angeles County DA's security officer fires at carjacking suspects near her home
"For L. A County district attorney Jackie Lacey is involved in an officer involved shooting yesterday. Officials say the incident took place when a security officer had exited the vehicle near Lacey's Granada Hills home and two suspects pulled up in a car. One of the suspects tried to take the empty security vehicle and officers opened fire. The suspects fled from the scene without being struck. Black
Los Angeles PD Investigating Granada Hills Shooting, Attempted Carjacking Involving Lacey’s Security Team
"See burglary is at granada hills the residents of da. Jackie lacey and wait. Wanted me to try it. I hate doing this on the air. I gotta tell you. I don't know how to bring the phone up on there. Can you bring them up. We got him on hold. We'll get a minute second. Oh well. I mean we'll get right now okay. He's calling now. we got to. Don't talk to him now. can you bring up. let let's try real quick Hey brian how you doing pal. You are and granada hills. Jackie lacey's residents right. Yeah right down the street. yeah so So here's here's what i found out. I was able to as a crime spree or many crime spree in palmdale a carjacking crime spree. Looks like a couple of people presumably two guys Were stealing cars and making their way down and ended up in granada hills. Now the only missing piece of this puzzle is how a member of jackie lacey's security detail in led investigator and then. That's not absolutely yet. That was an assumption made by another outlet but they are reporting that it would appear that a member of security detail somehow intervening And there was a carjacking was happening down the street from here and the individuals crashed the car. They were was as they were trying to get away. So let me rewind the so this is just a i guess. A random thing that that originated in beyond bill and it just happened to to end in granada hills real. Yes yes it has. From what i'm told now by two different agencies. That has nothing to do with jackie. Lacey or associated. Jackie lacey. this is just merely a date was characterized me and say mini crime spree that started earlier today and ended in granada hills with With a crash of a vehicle As they were trying to get away. Yeah probably not gonna get a lot of sympathy from the prosecutors Disturbing the the county slade though. There's a new regime coming jerk stoned. Well well so are their arrest in chaps in custody and the whole deal What we're told us the two individuals got away so there does so the way this breaks down is since it started in palmdale so the. La county sheriff's department will investigate that component of it but then lapd's robbery homicide division as we refer to it as hd is investigating the officer involved shooting since da investigator opened fire in la granada hills in the city of los angeles. Yeah right so they're going to investigate that component of it. But i'm told that it's also very likely that because of the scope of it. The county sheriff's department. We'll probably take over. The whole thing
U.S braces for surge after Thanksgiving holiday during pandemic
"Now we wait with Thanksgiving. In all the warnings about large gatherings behind US. Health experts are bracing for what the next couple of weeks might bring from the Corona virus pandemic. It's really hard to predict months out where we will be in the pandemic. Lacey Fehrenbach with the State Department of Health says the pandemics progression is all dependent on what we do. The choices that we make will determine where we are. And those will have amplification effects going forwards and, according to U Dub Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, Infections and Deaths are expected to keep going up well into January of next year. If we all wore a mask, we could cut that prediction by nearly
Seattle - Now that Thanksgiving is over comes fears of a new COVID-19 spike
"With Thanksgiving and all the warnings about large gatherings behind US. Health experts are bracing for what the next couple of weeks might bring from the Corona virus pandemic. It's really hard to predict months out where we will be in the pandemic. Lacey Fehrenbach with the State Department of Health says the pandemics progression is all dependent on what we do. The choices that we make will determine where we are. And those will have amplification effects going forwards and, according to U Dub Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, Infections and Deaths are expected to keep going up well into January of next year. If we all wore a mask, we could cut that prediction by nearly 1500. We have many, many more months before we think, Start to return to normal. And hopefully the vaccines pan out. It was Nick. Papa, I'm
"lacey" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"Awesome is a little bit more about about the podcast. You're we can find. The military money show in like you said anywhere that podcast or hanging out so. How often do health and you put out a new episode? Every Monday. A new show comes out and. So. Is something interesting? I really liked talking about money. I try to make it approachable and practical for people, so money's not so intimidating and so boring so I try to have a little bit of fun with it, and it's usually just you talking about the good things about various financial aspects. Yes majority though I do interview other people to make it a little bit more dynamic things that I think will be important or valuable, especially, if it's out of my skill, set or more detail, I bring in an expert to talk about it like talking about the economy grow threes. Those type of things I'm going to bring in somebody else. To talk about those I've had experts on about investing about the transition out of the military. What that looks like for a lot of people? They don't know how to start all of those things like your Four K., what the benefits are for medical, those type of things I did a whole series on how to approach that. Like what do you do when you get this huge HR packet? When you get out of the military, which is something? A lot of people would like to know even if you never been in the military, it's still overwhelming to figure all that out so I. Try to bring in some fun people to discuss it all. That's awesome. Way Lacy. We're getting close to time here wanted to give you. An entrepreneurship side of things You're active duty service member yourself military spouse. If you talk to those folks in the military community that really want to check out entrepreneurship really have a desire for business ownership. What kind of advice would you have for him? I would say start doing your research now. The Sky is the limit I. Wish I would have known so much more about entrepreneurship got out like I would have been light years ahead, but just I feel like service members have that skill set to go all in and to make sure you're doing it right. The first time and I think doing research will go a long way for you to take those steps to do it right, but also to understand the possibilities of. Of the things that you could be doing when you get, get out when it comes to entrepreneurship, because so many things we want to be making money off of a podcast, or you want to be making muffins or you. WanNa be making money selling dietary stuff. Anything is possible so I think doing your research your homework, and then talking with people that are actually executing those things will be helpful. They can tell you all hard lessons. They've learned so you can avoid them. Well he lacy Appreciate you being here. He share some excellent. Golden Nuggets encourage everybody to check out your podcast in You also Lacey Langford Dot..
"lacey" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"Or. Back talk with Lacey. Laggard from the military money show Lacey. What are some of the biggest things? You're CALC- military families all the time. Your your focus is on the mill, the military financial health of the face of military family. What are some of the biggest things you're seeing right now? in this in this time this age with would some of those do's and don'ts and struggles it most. Your military families are going through. I think. The biggest struggle people have is have leaving no room to pivot in their finances. There's no room for when things go wrong are the unexpected comes and. When I say there's no room to pivot is a combination of things they don't have an emergency. Money saved up. They have no financial fallback position. And then they're also maxed out, so they are high in debt. They don't have the money to toback things up. When things because that's what happens in life, things fall in your lap. It's not a question of if it's when and how much it's GonNa cost you when you're in the. The military. That's amplified. You have PCs. You have deployments. You have just normal stuff on top of all of the military life that comes your expected to work long hours with you know the pandemic people are working when they don't even want to be out kind of exposed to things, so you just never know what's GonNa come with military life, and when you're maxed out financially, that's a huge problem and when it comes to the debt. That's huge problem because of security clearances, so the majority of service members are required to have a security clearance to hold their job or be in their branch of service and one of the rules is you have to have your finances in order? If you don't have your finances or you? Could your security clearance revoked or suspended, and then that impacts your ability to do your job? If you haven't completely revoked, then you could lose your. Your job in the military, so you're different from your civilian counterparts at your finances are held to a higher standard so when you have those two things of being maxed out, and then not having any extra money on hand, it's a bad combination to have as a service member. Because just things are GONNA go wrong, and if you don't have the money to back it up, then it's. It's definitely going to be an issue for you. And then it's also a major stressor. Absolutely, well, so when when you first start talking with military folks Why do you? Why do you suppose? The the military families that you're dealing with waste. Posey ended up in this position like. Is it just a lack of?.
"lacey" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"The host of the military money show Lacey. Welcome to on the move for we get to talking about. Money and personal finance. You're active duty air force. You're still a military spouse, so take us back until which you did when you were in the air force. I was an information manager which is. Log Desk Work I'm not GONNA lie. I wrote a desk for a long time. I did a lot of reviewing, but I was pretty mean with a pen. I think what I was. On active duty, but yeah, it was more administrative what I did. While I while I was in, but I enjoyed it. It was great experience for me and I had. The huge blessing of having amazing mentors and leaders that I was under, so it made it for much more enjoyable experience. I think. And then. As you transition out of the air force. Talk a little bit about what your transition was like. Whether.
"lacey" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast
"Harry Potter? I'M GONNA be thirty this year. I think seventy eight might be. Adrian's. Okay. All right I'M NOT GONNA lie I. Of My. Limited knowledge I know the three main ones. No, Perry and her Maini and the other guy with. Yes and then. I knew snap and double slope snake slope was. Because nope was star wars. Sleep and Dumbledore those the only people that franchise and they play Quidditch I know that. You know a lot more than you think you. Kind of. Don't that's it? That's all I know I have no idea what the stories are. I have no idea how it ends up I. Have No idea why it took seven movies to describe it, or maybe it was six. I don't know I have no idea so eras eight. Eight Oh yeah, the. Movie was two parts. Pulled one of those, where it was seventy seven bucks, but eight movies Gotcha. All, right that's, Harry, Potter talk for Ya. Let's all right well, then again, thank you, Lacey for coming on and doing this and I really appreciate it and. We'll be in touch. Yes, thank you so much for having me. This is a lot of fun got. I. Thank you so much. The lacy for coming on that was a good trip down memory lane the Daniel stuff. From, Paradise, her season. That was. Pretty crazy to say the least. And her filling us in went down, and what was being said that wasn't shown. I feel bad for her went through that but. Yeah I really do think. It was it was interesting to hear that story again? Because again. You almost forget what happened on her season because she was on the. On the? The shutdown season towards the end there. We started talking a little bit about Harry Potter. And I know you maybe were like well. Why didn't you bring up the J.? K. Rowling stuff and her transphobic tweets lacy now recorded over a week ago, so that hadn't happened yet. That's why it was never brought up. but thank you again to lacy for coming on. Thank you all for listening as well next week hopefully. This comes through. We'll be back to talking about race within this franchise. look to get a former. Contested on the show, black contestant on the show to give to give their thoughts on what happened. What's been going on their thoughts of petition? Their thoughts of how black people are treated within this franchise because. I've had. Some black contestants on Kenny. King has been on Josie has been on Chris. Staples has been on. I I never got into race stuff with them. Really the deep ray stuff I. Mean I talked about generically like? Just. You know honestly. I am saying that I've taught my head. Maybe I did I. don't even remember, but I know I was never anything deep now maybe revisiting. Not necessarily with them, but another black contestant from a past season, really WanNa touch on this and and get their thoughts, because it is important and You're seeing everything going on on social media right now, which is which is hugely important again. Eight can't wait is a great site to go to In regards to police, brutality and what? You know people can say like Oh. What is protesting? Do and Otis happen I? Mean just think. In the couple of weeks that protests have happened. The other three offers in Minnesota got arrested. The Briana Taylor. Case got reopened. Stuff is happening. You know I mentioned it Sunday night, Roger, Goodell the. Commissioner of the NFL. Actually, said the word black lives matter, which is something he couldn't say for years ago. which is all Kapernick really wanted to acknowledge. Looks like they're gonNA. You know kind of ease up on their stance about kneeling during the national anthem. I, things are happening, stuff is getting done. I mean we've seen recently on TV shows MTV is already shit. Can D- from challenge Taylor selfridge from a teen mom? van pump rules fired for people like there's zero tolerance policy now for racism, even if you said it two three four eight years ago, there's there's going around, and that's because of the movement. That's going on now, so stuff is getting changed. If you think nothing is look around, because things are happening, and it's and it's really good. and. This is what. People want so yeah. Check that out. Eight can't wait is a great site to go to. I know in Dallas. They're already the dowse. Police Department immediately. Implementing the duty intervene for cops. Were for cop sees another cop using excessive force. That doesn't need to be used. He needs to stop them in the moment or report them to authorities that was immediately installed last week. at the Dallas Police Department so. You know I hear stuff about you know. LAPD is kind of rearranging things as well so. Stuff is happening, and it's happening because people are speaking out, and that's a good thing so Again, thank you for tuning in. Please rate subscribe in review and Apple podcast again. If you're interested in purchasing any K- K ANY K and ninety five masks. Contact me, at Stephen, reality. Steve, DOT COM and I'll lead you in the right direction any orders that you place from the time you play.
"lacey" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast
"Because he didn't want me to put him on blast, and I had no intention of putting on blast. I was like I was so heartbroken at that point. I was like I just want to be out of this situation I. don't want to destroy his life. I don't want to you know. Go on twitter and talk that much I hate him, and how terrible he is I just WanNa to be rid of Daniel entirely. So that's I kind of shutdown I wouldn't take interviews talking about him because I kind of just wanted to move past it. at least until the reunion because I knew after the reunion that I would have nothing to do with Daniel at all ever again. So I was kind of just keeping my distance from the whole situation until then. Until Chris Harrison aired that clip which I didn't. I didn't know that that is did producers had come to my trailer? We were filming saying you know. How do you feel about you're GONNA be on stage with Daniel. How do you feel about talking about things? And I literally said to them I was like honestly. I'm just going to get up there I'm GONNA. Tell everybody that we're not together anymore and I don't plan on going into detail. Afghan. He wants to go into detail about his progress but I'm not indulging in any of this. And I got up there and I started telling like little bits and pieces I wasn't being super detailed. If you watch it back, I'll see. I'm talking very slow and it because I'm so heavily thinking about what's coming out of my mouth, because I just didn't want to be involved in all the drama. and I am Chris Clip, and like a switch flipped in my head, and I was like Hell fucking no and I just I just went off on him, because I didn't know that he had had that conversation with other people I thought that was something had just kind of said in private to me when I confronted him I didn't know that kind of everybody around me knew that he was playing me so I. I lost it. With you yeah. The clip they showed was the morning after your overnight date. Daniel was talking no producer, and basically saying yeah. She likes me more than I like her. He was also saying he'd never changed his facebook status to interrelationship with you. Even though he told even though he told you he would so. At that point, he's busted and you just went off on him and. I? Try to remember all this looking at past interviews. I'm sure you've seen it and look. This is three years old. You're not even thinking about this anymore, but we have you on the. We've gotTA talk about. This isn't relevant news right now, but at the time it was kind of a big thing and everyone was talking about it Daniel. Felt like you Vilnai's him on the reunion show. which I don't I I read his answer. And I still don't under really understand Villain is me. We couldn't see eye to eye. She has what she thinks and I have what I think. She told me she doesn't want to talk to me because she wants to get over me, He claims he was just. He was up front with Lacey mark about where they stood romantically once they left Mexico and so you're saying that's not true. He wasn't upfront about. No of course not because he was trying to manipulate the situation to fit whatever narrative. To tell for the life McNally And I had actually told him before the live finale like don't worry, I'm not gonNA. Put you on blast. I just want to be done with this. 'cause that's genuinely high held, and I ended up putting him on blast to trophy pissed off, but like do I care no but I. I wouldn't say I've villain is him, you know. As anything it's the editing got him because he did have some responses to things I was saying that make the final cut, but it wouldn't have helped him anyway, you know. He did what he did. same thing I said before he made his bed now he has to lie in it and what they didn't show. You was actually a bunch of the cast. was actually like helping me kind of fight this battle. They were like standing up for me every day. Was Haley Emily? But one of the twins still up and said something Daniel Lombard stood up, and said something like saying that like Daniels terrible, and like he was some. You know they were all on the beach with. They saw how he was with me. They saw the things he was saying to me and to kind of Jot. Really only doing it for the camera. Is it already every bad perception that everybody has the Bachelor Ray? Everybody already thinks the bachelor's steak so to then go that much farther. Improve everybody right in that sense. You Really Vilnai's himself. I just happened to be along for the ride. Yeah He basically had said after the fact that. It was you know. He wouldn't like it if you went back to New York, and you're hooking up with guys and vice versa, but I didn't WanNa label she did. She wanted one hundred percent all in and the marriage, and I couldn't do that. I still want to see her again, but she has different wants needs and values. It would be a different story if we were in the same city, but we were in different countries. I mean that's his. That's his side of you know like I. said this is. kind of a, he said you know that's what he's saying. And then obviously we have your side of this You know it sounds like the thing is with Daniel. he has a longer track record of doing things in this franchise that it's hard to believe. Those were the words that right. When you got off the show, he immediately made. It seem like Oh, no! This is never gonNa work between US obviously. He kinda kept it going because he wanted. Get some sort of good at it out of this. And if Needed to pay. Your TV is few, and far between. He needed to be on another season, and he needed to be on it for the entire time, right? You'd think not that the. Paradise paycheck is like. It's not really that big I. Don't but Daniel. Daniel does for work I think it's professional reality TV Guy I. think that's what he does..
"lacey" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast
"In this day and age and the climate that we're in right now if they. I can I. Still can't see them. Not Casting a black bachelor next season I. Would be stunned. And the the amount of shit that they would get would unheard of anyway. I just wanted to get that Let's Let's begin We got like I said. We're talking bachelor this week. With podcast number one eighty six. Okay. Let's bring her in A. You saw her first on Nick. Season of the Bachelor which was season twenty one, and then she went on season four of Bachelor in paradise. Had Her the podcast before funny story about how we even ended up on this one It's Lazy Mark Lacey. How are you? Steve. How are you? I'm good, you know. What was it two years ago I asked you to come on. The podcast is kind of right. After Paradise ended or shortly thereafter, maybe a month or two after I had asked you. Hey, do you wanna come on the podcast? And you're like no I. Don't think anyone wants to hear from me or something something along. I'm not important, enough or something like something like that. And I was like I'd still want have yawn I mean you were you were just on a season that you made it to the end paradise, but you are just like I'm I'm good and I was like okay. I respect that because most people want to come on and tell their side immediately when there's so much stuff that we don't see obviously you and Daniel's relationship was a sticking point on Bachelor in paradise that season. But glad we have you on now and we can talk about this for. Years removed from it. So there's no. Contract involved. I can tell you anything that you probably already know Steve. Heard things, but you know again when I hear things depending on where I hear it from, or what side I'm hearing it from I. Don't know what to believe sometimes and now just. Going directly to the source it'll be. It'll be interesting to hear, but first off you. We've are saw you like I said Nick Season Season, twenty one of the Bachelor and. It didn't have much of a run. How much on that season you? You know you lasted two episodes. You you're however your limo entrance was very memorable. You came in on a camel and made a sex joke, so tell me about that again. Well obviously producer idea I think that's was evident to anybody WHO's. This show. I mean with that they they really let you create your journey with that. They sit down and talk to you about how you WanNa, do your entrance. You are allowed to plant at yourself, and they will do their best to get you whatever they want. Whatever you are asking for I told them I didn't WANNA do anything I. said I just WanNa get out of the Limo, and introduce myself and call it a day. I'm sure they knew in their head that like they only had me slated for an episode or two. They needed more out of me. do they approached me with this idea? I think it started out as a joke. They were trying to see if they could like actually. Kenna Campbell Twenty four hours noticed with all the right permits. turns out. They could so they had this camel and they're like we have this idea. Tell us what you think and I thought it was hysterical was like yeah. Why not? If I'm doing this? I might as well do it. and it turned into this whole thing because they they keep track of what everyone's wearing on the first night to avoid repetition for whatever the reasons are so I had planned in this like. Like very long black fishtail gown and they had me do. Some practice runs with the camel I. I couldn't get on and off the camel in that blackout I had to change to a short address, because the bottom of my draft kept getting caught, so I ended up switching into a red dress. Which I'm sure they already knew everybody was going to be in a red dress. I ended up at part of that crowd. But I don't think we walked. Amrullah did they know everybody was going to be in red obviously? But yeah, so not my idea, but an idea that I. Thought. It was funny and. What was the joke again that you told him when you got off the camel? was kind of a dig at him for like sleeping around and bachelor world, so it was I heard you like a good hump. So do I as a sitting on a camel hump? Gotcha right so more more like the dad joke, world of the sexual joke realm. Yeah, no, no kidding, actually probably back up for a second. When I talk about Nick because Nick was a surprise you clearly had a couple of weeks from the time. Nick was announced the bachelor until the time you went out for filming. Did you ever think first off? Did you want nick as the Bachelor I? I'm sure you were surprised when he was announced, but once you found out it was him. Did you have second thoughts about well? I don't know I wanted. Who sees where we coming off of when they announced nick. Joe Joe Joe Joe, so were you thinking it was going to be Powell and maybe something like that or Rob Hayes or something where you think. A. Yeah, they had been slipping little nuggets that it was going to be either. Robbie are Luke..