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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
Anonymous donor gives $40 million to fund 50 civil rights lawyers
"New studio, and there will also be a new generation of civil rights lawyers, thanks to a massive anonymous donation. CBS News correspondent Jim Crow Sula, The end of Lacey Pay Legal Defense and Education fund is starting a $40 Million scholarship program to support a new generation of civil rights lawyers dedicated to pursuing racial justice across the South. The money from a single anonymous donor will put 50 students through law
Anonymous donor gives $40 million to fund 50 civil rights lawyers
"There will be a new generation of civil rights lawyers thanks to a sizable anonymous donation. The end of Lacey P. Legal Defense and Education Fund is starting a $40 Million scholarship program to support a new generation of civil rights lawyers dedicated to pursuing racial justice across the south. The money from a single anonymous donor will put 50 students through law schools around the nation. Correspondent Jim Chris Sula
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
Surgeon general makes personal COVID-19 plea as wife enters hospital for cancer treatment complications
"U. S Surgeon general Jerome Adams tweeting this morning that his wife, Lacey, has been admitted to a hospital because of complications with her cancer treatment. ABC. Sandy Field has more surgeon general Jerome Adams tweeting. He is not allowed to see his wife in the hospital who's getting treatment for Answer complications. He says He hopes she won't spend New Year's in the hallway because beds are full and that what you do matters even beyond Cove. It urging Americans to wear a mask and help and the rising number of
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
Apple reaches $113 million settlement over claims it slowed iPhones
"Should have been closed before school's 4 39 apple. I'm gonna pay $113 million settlement for allegedly misrepresenting battery performance on the iPhone six and the iPhone seven, then misleading customers. As to what was really going on with those phones. The settlement was hammered out with the attorneys general in 34 states and some local prosecutors to including L. A County D. A Jackie Lacey. The complaint alleged that Apple put inferior batteries in the iPhone six and seven, which would then cause the phones to suddenly turn off. And then Apple would run updates to keep the phones from going off while performing poorly. Tech industry analyst Dan Ives is with Wedbush Securities Apple Ignite. Was that they were tweaking some of the technology within the iPhone on the battery sides on older model that old remotely caused consumers to then be pressure to buy in new iPhone. California gets a slice of the Apple settlement money more than $24 million worth, and the agreement includes terms that will provide transparency to consumers and deter
Criminal justice reformer unseats Los Angeles district attorney
"Has defeated incumbent Jackie Lacey in the race for L. A county district attorney. I have spent my entire life in politics over 30 years of that. Before I was a D A for nine years and policing. I am very committed to command the safety, but I'm committed to doing the right Gascogne spoke with Casey R W's greater layabout his agenda as the new D A. He's the former district attorney of San Francisco and has been praised by some on the left as a progressive advocating for criminal justice reform and police reform. His wind follows the summer protest nationwide against police violence and racial injustice. Gascogne is a former police officer serving for many years on the empty but he says he will investigate officer involved shootings. It's actually good for the police officers is good for prosecutors is good for all of us to make sure that the public feels that this governmental agencies they're going to be working for them and that when there is wrongdoing that people are going to be held accountable. He also promises to work on ways to avoid unnecessary incarceration. You're listening to morning edition in 1980
Jackie Lacey Concedes ‘Contentious’ Los Anegles DA’s Race To George Gascón
"Races in Southern California this year is finally over at L. A County will soon have a new district attorney. I am so thankful to God for Giving me this incredible opportunity to serve the people of Los Angeles County. Emotional Jackie Lacey district attorney of Los Angeles County, conceding to feed in the contest to remain dear. I think my family for the sacrifices they made in order for me to hold his job to my mom. Who costly asked me. Are you okay? Thank you. Most of all, to my hero. My husband Who stood by my side and who was willing to put his own life in danger in order to protect me. She pledged to help in a transition with her challenger also listed a number of her officers achievements over eight years. We have made life safer for minors and women who were sex trafficked. We responded to the inequity of cash bail. We helped L. A county residents who were formerly in the justice system by dismissing 66,000 cannabis convictions. Jackie Lacey took no questions walked into the room and out of it with her husband and with applause from staff in downtown Los Angeles of the Hall of Justice. Craig figure can extend 70 news radio all and stopped on
Los Angeles County to see a shake up in City Council after this week's election
"Influx, although challenger George Gas scones lead over incumbent Jackie Lacey Maybe too big to erase a northern L. A County Congressional district is also up in the air with Democratic Assemblywoman Kristy Smith, hoping to unseat Republican Mike Garcia. A significant changes happening in the political landscape of Lola as an outsider from the Bernie Sanders Wing of the Democratic Party is about to join the ranks of the City Council with an agenda to push in the backing. To make people listen. Urban planners Cynthia Roman holds a four point lead in the fourth District race that if she wins against Councilman David Rue it will mark the first time a council incumbent has been defeated in 17 years. Former councilman and supervisor, Zev Yaroslavsky. Now would you see a lace Luskin School of Public affairs points out the significance that somebody holds views that she does in the progressive views of she does has been able to convince a majority of people in upper income, upper middle class A community to vote for her is significant that I think it is a political earthquake that AH will shake City Hall. It may send a clear signal to incumbent council members of their risk, ignoring a progressive political agenda for L. A at their own political peril. Pete Demetriou Okay and extend 70 NewsRadio. San Diego has elected California's
Update On Congressional District Race in Los Angeles
"Congressional races in the country continued to be here in Southern California. The race is still neck and neck between Harley Ruda and Michelle Steele in Orange County. Same story for Mike Garcia and Kristy Smith in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. It's also a close race between young Kim and Gilson arrows in the district that straddles parts of Orange, Los Angeles and San Bernadino counties. Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey has lost a progressive challenger, George Gascogne. He's a former L, A police officer and San Francisco DEA.
"lacy" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"To manifestation. We hear about from the to be magnetic brand, which is offering so many new things time I have so many people that have been transformed I mean every day of our library day of our lives. More. So than anything that I've ever done. Truly. Yeah. Crystal streets a dear friend of mine completely transformed her life and. She's one of many. Yes. One of many. So you can check that out to be magnetic dot com and we also talk about Christian Science and this was the commerce part of the conversation that was like super exploratory lacy has a team member onto bank that I thought as practice Christians her whole life and lacey just was so like fascinated by it and you know I just WanNa say that anything that we talk about on the show is is in that like intention of exploration and open-mindedness and like just. I don't know a lot of. Lake. Love I guess around what people believe in and I think we can always learn something from different religions, different ideologies, and. You know that Lena and it's like Oh. So you believe in practice this tell me more I'm interested. What could I learn from you? Not? What could I find that I disagree with? Yes. It's what could I learn and I love that about Lacey I love that about their team we went to a Christian. Science Center in Los Angeles and we were like she was telling me about my let's do it. Let's go to a center. Let's see what's up with more about it and it just like life is supposed to be fun like life is supposed to be. The opportunity to just explore what you believe explorer others believe in just kind of take it as that. So this is it's Super Fun to talk about that's like being protocol, Sega? The nextwave. So there's a lot of Christian science which is rooted in like true to the true energetics of manifestation, which is the divine belief that we are worthy and we are loved and we are all these things which is incredibly powerful. So it's like when we're thinking about manifestation and trying to subconsciously reprogram all of these limiting beliefs, we have Christian science raises. People within its group to believe that we are perfect. There is no lack you are emanation of God you are God. So it's almost like having the beliefs non having the beliefs not need to be subconsciously reprogrammed because they aren't 'cause limiting beliefs aren't there that makes sense Yeah. It was just interesting all this is just interesting and we love. We Love Lacy's so so much You can find all of her work at to be magnetic dot com to be magnetic on Instagram, and then we've been on her show I think twice now. So you can check out our episodes on to be by network as well. Yeah. She has new really cool QNA service so you can link personalized audio's yeah. Her coaches are incredible, two incredible and just real quick before we get in to this episode.
"lacy" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
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"lacy" 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..
"lacy" 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.
"lacy" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast
"That because I didn't know what it was until I had no idea what was because I've. The dating APPs just not my thing, so I had no idea about it. At the time and the now I've. Learned to that's kind of. That's kind of along the lines of what it does. It's just. It looks at your social media following. Dig About you. You have to be accepted. You can't just sign up and be on riot, yeah! Correct yeah, and it could take. Seven months CNN really. It takes a long time. I mean I'm! Like actual famous people it to like I'm sure Trevor Noah didn't have to wait like I did. Make Sense. It makes sense. Know what icewind right on Trevor Noah? You didn't match so either. He hasn't seen yet or he swiped laughed. Maybe he's podcast. Listener I don't know but Trevor Ryan. Criminal is probably a little busy right now. Dealing with other things in this world than. SWIPING RIGHT ON-SITE RANDOM RANDOM BASLER takes. Yeah. It's just not something that I've ever been interested in in doing, but I have heard about it so I didn't know. You know kind of the whole deal behind it, but those were those were the was always told dating APPs in general, especially in New York where datings already terrible, it just exacerbates the issue. I can imagine What did we lacy? Thank you so much for doing this. This is good solid hour with you and thank you for being. Open and honest about the the Daniel stuff and not so open and honest about your most recent breakup. I am sorry that it happened to you. You know I understand trump. Don't worry, it's not. It's not a big deal that you didn't get into it. And do time we can get into it. So so I really appreciate you coming on and sharing this good good fun for the listeners to. Go Back Down Memory Road for a little bit three years ago to you know one of the final three couples from Bachelor in Paradise Season Four, so yeah, I mean I'm sure a lot of people might have forgotten, but this is a way to just kind of remind them and I think it's really cool. The I think the biggest thing that I'll take from this interview. Is You admitting the fact that you just were not out for this show or this culture? Really I didn't know anything about you before. You know we started speaking I. had no idea that you were like you said kind of. I'm I'm not I'm not cut out for this. This isn't me I'm I keep more to myself? You know your double major at Syracuse and. This wasn't for you. This show and I didn't know that until Obviously you came on. Yeah I mean I'm the biggest nerd I know I have Harry Potter Tattoo like. I do I have the deathly hallows tattooed on my left arm. Is Your only tattoo more. It's also. I just Scott it. It's my first one. I got it in January before the world ended I I can't swear that it's my last. I'm I'm very happy with it so. Okay Definitely definitely more nerd culture that I could add onto that once I guess rewarded three. Is there. Is there a nerd apt dating site where it's just hey Harry Potter? Fans I want to date. If. There's not I think you just invented something. Great and I like a kind of. There's gotta be something where it's like. Hey, just I'm only interested. If you're as big a Harry. Potter Fan as I am. Well. That's what I put I. Put it actually in. All of my bio's on my dating APPs. Maybe that's where I'm going wrong. I mean it's possible I can't answer for all the other guys on the map. There's got to be guys out there. That in you know. Enjoy Harry. Potter I can't say I've seen one of the movies because I have. But I I know people I mean obviously it's very, it's. With as many movies as they put out, and it's a very popular franchise in a popular book series, there's it can't be all women that like it of course. Right now are they the type of men that you look at as? Husband. Material I I don't know. I have a vision in my head of Harry Potter juiciest. Depends, too, they have. Do they have to the same letter in their first nasal? Because Harry's to ours they go out. They nailed it. Is in Radcliffe on Ryan. Why don't you hit him up? I think he's a girlfriend. He's not on social media those hard to tell. What about what about the red headed dude? He's engaged in has be maybe. Cross off list of. Comfort in the guy who plays Jayco Malfoy I actually slid in his jams about two years ago. I'm still waiting for him to open it. What else do I know about? Harry, Potter off the top of my head Unfortunately I know that Alan. Rickman died so he? who played dumbledore? Dumbledore Michael Gambon Alan. Rickman with several snipe, okay, what about Dumbledore was he available on? August. I'm pretty sure he's like seventy eight..
"lacy" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast
"We didn't see, but then at your at your reunion show Chris Harrison played a clip. I mean. I guess we could say this Chris Harrison at the reunion show when you want to go back and film the reunion and they had you and Daniel up on stage, and you're talking about what happened your relationship since filming ended. Chris Harrison played a clip that was not shown when we were watching in real time. We're Daniel Basically said. Oh no basically like Oh. This is over I'm no interest in being with her. This is. I can't remember the exact wording that he said. Maybe you remember but. That was the sentiment behind. It was close enough. So when you when you up when you wake up the next morning. First off. Did you think that was probably the morning of Final Decision Day? And both people walk to the altar, and someone has to usually propose. Did you think he was proposing. Did you guys talk about Rosal what was the talk that night of what you guys talked about? We had talked about getting engaged before filming even started. And and this is information that I have kept very close. It's not information I have revealed in a ton of interviews. But That's really why they wanted us on the show because we were talking like term where we're gonNA live green cards like the whole thing and they knew it would be a success story. We talked about getting engaged. We looked at engagement rings the whole thing. What happened ways we had? Okay so we asked the overnight dates, and that seeing that everybody saw airs round like I'm fine for you and he's like fallen for you to whatever? When he was telling me how he felt because these conversations that he and I had already had cried it now. We were just having them on camera. When he was telling me how he felt it women's intuition, I can't explain it. It just felt very rehearsed as if like it was written for him, he memorized it. because. We had already talked about it, and he wasn't using the same words that he used the first time we talked about it. So. It was like something is not. Right here like in my head. I'm like something is just wrong. So what happens is when they're John. Filling you for the night in the fantasy suite. You actually do get your privacy. Break down the whole set. They take the cameras out. They take the mic out like you do to yourself so like it was really really late we were exhausted. We were just lying in bed, and I was like I have to ask you some thing. And he was like okay I was like. Please just like tell me the truth. There's no cameras here like. There's no applications like. Please just be honest with me like what? Did someone right that speech Brio. And said yes, and I was like okay. I like. Did you mean it or did you just memorize it and recite it? and. He was basically like I. Memorize it in. I recited it. like I don't know what I want to happen. After this like I don't really know where I see everything going like I'm just trying to be realistic what we've already been doing this for few months. So what changed you know from five months ago of until now, if anything we're in this, we're living in Saint. Place Right now should. He should be seamless new. Really have an answer. so then the next morning when they come in, they set, they put the set back up. And then they start filming again on the Mike, and whatever and that's when all those scenes got films where it was like something was wrong and like we didn't know what it was because I'd never. revealed. Daniel said and dental never revealed, but he's dead because it would ruin everything that he spent the last. Six months building. So, I never said anything. Producers I think kind in new and we're trying to coax that out. I wouldn't say it I wouldn't say like. He was lying about his feelings for me because I. Think just because I didn't want to face it. It were being honest like I was sitting. Narrowing my whole world has been turned upside down so I didn't say anything and that's why it ended up being really confusing for viewers, because because they were only getting half the story, besides the fact that it gets edited down to a quarter of a story, so it got it just it completely blew up We got a home. We're going to be back. When you guys left the show on that final day. What was your? You didn't get engaged? We know that. Did you leave as a couple? We left as A. we're not sure what's going on. That's what it was so when you got to the alter. The whole altar thing or oh, no, no, no, this was! There is wrong alter. Different season, because this was the shutdown and everything was so weird, so the last thing we saw was raven atom. Derek, Taylor and UN Daniel. Waking up the morning after overnight dates. That's the last we saw of you. And then they went into the reunion show correct. Exactly. That's exactly how it went down and I was so disappointed, too, because like before I had had that conversation with general, we were just having our date There's a hot tub in the sweets. We were in swimsuits and we had like bathrobes on on, and he was like I have something for you in my pocket and I was like Oh my God. He's GonNa Propose because we had talked about it. and. He pulled out a JAR MAPLE SYRUP Or Maple Syrup, he's like I. got you a treat? You so much. Like. Not The diving doubt. I was pissed as this. How little bit how much more pistou yet? Yeah, okay, so you guys leave. The last vision we see of you guys in that hotel room and the next thing we see is viewers. Is the reunion show and on the reunion show? Things got basically even worse. You guys had to explain what had happened since you left filming, so explain to everybody here now. What happened after you left filming? Yeah so there was quite some time in between filming wrapped, and when the reunion was film, so we were still keeping in touch everyday a kind of. Figuring out what we wanted to do. I had a lot of trouble trusting him. Obviously so. I didn't really know how I felt he wasn't really being forthcoming with how he felt he was Coming to the city actually to New York to see many, and he was going to extend my trip, so that I can spend time with you, and we can figure the salad, or whatever which did not do. He did not extend his trip. He came to New York he spent the entire time with vinny. He spent no time with me alone. We didn't talk about. About anything we went out for a one meal together. I was like this is this is disgusting, and honestly like he was tackling other girls. I don't know the extent. If there was cheating I really don't know I really don't WanNa. Know but I could tell that he was just really not in it, but was trying to save face until we filled.
"lacy" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast
"So I went birthday party, and that's where I met Daniel for the first time. We spent the whole night hanging out at the Bar We made out. That night. With, that's where it ended like we made out at that bar and then you to Guber. We kept in touch very regularly since then, but then I started seeing someone so I kind of said to him like with like. Let's just keep this friendly like as long as you're not as long. You understand that I'm seeing someone I'm happy to keep in touch, but let's just keep it on a friendship level. And he was totally totally cool with it. an and that person and I broke up and Daniel I just kind of picked up where we left off. so we started talking about like planning visits back and forth, and what serious relationship would look like if we continue dating paradise was not on the Table Yet this all before that Production knew that we were talking about like seriously data and so that's when they approached me. I prepared as they asked me who I would want to see on paradise and I was like. Wow, you already know that. I have a thing going with Dan also obviously Daniel. You obviously already know that because you as your homework. So that's kind of how we ended up on the same season two in the proper timeline. Okay Yeah because you were first your first day day on season for you were. Original or whatever you WANNA call original pass first day or Daniel came on I believe in week two. To your season. And then, but there was stuff going on with you and other people on the island. Right or remind not remembering. You're correct, so I had like. Kiss again. I kissed the her birthday, but I think that was more just like drunken fun. We weren't like into each other on, and then I ended up going on a date with dignity, but I mean we all kind of. Do you only like guys with iggy and their name isn't. About you? It was a fair. Please! Everybody. So okay, so you went on a date with Gigi so it was assuming he showed up on the island with descartes and he asked You. That's how. They. They gave me today parts. This is and this is where production kind of started mess with me is. They gave me the date card before. Daniel there so I was like as like. I'm not really sure how to go about this but I. Want to invite someone that I would have a good time with I. also knew that Dingy was interested in Dominika Dominique had shown up yet so I was like this is kind of a good idea for both of us in that like we can go on this date. There's no strings attached because we both know that we're meeting for someone else a weekend. Just have fun and in each other's company. So that's kind of exactly what we did, and then you know. Producers be producing. They sent Dominique then night. It just like it was all on acid that going okay. Well now I'm not going to get dig. US Rose in Daniels not here yet, so I kinda got screwed, and then they and then they sent Daniel and in the eleventh hour he came in really late like APP. The wasn't the cocktail party before that rose ceremony ceremonies when they brought him. In which is unusual for that show. They usually bring people in during the day, so they can come in with their card and go on a date. Exactly and then Daniel came in and I remember there was that one conversation. It was kind of an awkward conversation on the. On the day bed down by the beach and Daniel, and I can explain why that was so awkward, so I haven't talking with one of the producers and Iras. Because obviously I had been there already for quite some time before. Daniel got there. I very open about our relationship in my it, so it was very clear that Daniel and I were already a thing that everybody already knew everything. Daniel didn't know that the producers didn't tell him that. I did that, so he came onto the beach like pretending didn't know me because he thought he was supposed to. He didn't know that I had already made our relationship public, so he was operating under the guys that like Oh, well, you know. The public thinks that we all meet for the first time on this beach, which is not true, so he? Kind of why that conversation ended up the way it ended up and it was so a painfully uncomfortable, the second we got off that that was like Daniel. I told them everything and he was like. Oh! All right 'cause that was very awkward. Conversations actually clip of an online on YouTube. If you Google Oh my God, it's painful. I can't even watch it. Even, said something at the end about. Hey, what do you think of this weather? And you're you? WanNa talk about the weather. Like, you really wanted to fucking weather. Because really know what to do. and I was kind of letting him steer the conversation which I guess I shouldn't have done I should have just at that point like they could cut it out. I should have just a Daniel everybody already knows. So from pointing know from that point forward. Did you or him? Go on any other dates with other people? No no is this youtube. Date card the next day and he took me..
"lacy" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"We do have racing resuming in the great state of Maryland. And who better to talk about that trainer? Lacy God debt here on the Horse Racing Radio Network Lacy Mike Penny here in Lexington Kentucky. Happy to have you on board lacy. Can you hear me? I can't now there you go. Yeah no problem. Hey listen I thought this would be appropriate? Considering that racing is getting back to some sense of normalcy in Maryland today the doors are opening at Laurel Park which is a great sign. And I know that it has been a struggle for the past couple of months with every horseman in the state including yourself. So I wanNA make this segment. Which is presented by Stuart Morris? Our Industry Star of the week in the industry star is not just you lacey. But who has been dealing with adverse situations in Maryland over the past couple of months. So congratulations to you into every horseman for hanging in and Today. There is a light at the end of that tunnel. Yes so thank you mike and we are really excited. You back up and running today It has taken a lot of work and a lot of patients by everybody here. at Laurel and we're just excited to get back in Like you said some some sort of normalcy and back into this thing a thing. Take me back through these past couple of months lacy for people that don't understand how difficult this has been for people like yourself and other horsemen. Who are based there in Maryland. You don't have an outlet. You don't have any place to run your horses. You can't really ship anywhere. Because other race tracks were shut down and there's different protocols in place now how difficult has been? It's been really difficult. we've been on the on the lucky side that we we do own a. I mean we own a majority of our horses and that's a good and a bad sign but All of my owners has been extremely dedicated in patient and it's just been exceptional that we didn't have to lay off any of our help. That was very important to us to be able to keep the team together that we have and it and it was hard to afford and in every sense from a from a small stable to a large stable. You have a lot of overhead and we have to be here every day and you can't really you know we're not like a restaurant we can't close our doors and just come back whenever The economy starts back up. We have to be here and take care of these horses and It I mean the whole east coast. We had no racing. Nothing looked promising for a while And then you do take the risk of know. We DID HAVE OUR BORDERS. Shut down for a little while and then. There's a a lot of simulations that go into Shipping to our only option for Florida for a while and then when Charlestown in Kentucky. Open back up But those again those are more more more expenses and at a time when we were spending money and not getting much gin. It's really hard to to ask yourself and your clients to foot the bill for For traveling at the time when you got the news that racing was finally going to resume at Laurel Park. What was your reaction We were. We were elated. I mean it. It went back and forth for a while and You know it was a pretty Was this area was almost close so hot zone so it did take a lot of A lot of time and effort to get everything in line before we were able to and and we just see you know it was a little frustrating but of course we just had to stay patient. I mean this isn't this was. Nobody's choice to do this. You know it's still a pandemic and people's lives are still at risk and it. It's still scary. I know that You know there's two sides to every view but You know it is what it is. I mean it's not like we're we're the only country that had to do it or the only area that did so just took time and luckily things have subsided. A little bit and hopefully just you know this. This thing is getting out of your and we. We know how to to fight it and we can. We can move on and and keep moving forward. What new measures have you had to put in place with Your Business Lacey to keep everybody safe? You said you didn't have to lay anybody off. So what are you doing to keep all of your help safe through this pandemic so thank goodness. We have We're actually in in a nice large Extremely Ventilated Barn here. Laurel and All LAVAR GROOM THAT. They all have their own sections they have you know five horses that are all in a row so they kinda stayed in their little corner. They have their bucket of disinfectant. Everybody wears you know in the early stages. Everybody was using gloves. And we went through a lot of those but I think that the biggest thing we've done now is put a lot of hand washing stations. In and people wear their masking we we don't congregate and hang out You know as as much as we usually do So I mean we're we're hands on but you know my my grooming grooming a hot walker. Go Wash the Horse. And groom gives the rider a leg up and walks around so At the end of the day in between we we disinfect. The bridles and and things like that so we can't be. We just have to be cautious of things. There's not much social distancing when you're working with animals and it takes a few people to work with one so but We we've been lucky that Our backside has been able to to keep at bay and keep everybody healthy back here yet. Your your family is ingrained in Maryland. Racing Your Father Eddie. Your mother Linda your sister Gaby. Of course who is now a television personality. You're all over the place and of course yourself lacey. So how important is it for you to make sure that things are back up and running and the that we have a strong racing industry? A strong racing program in the state of Maryland well Maryland has been our homes. Of course. It's it's important to us to make sure that raising sustains here You know we. We enjoy being here year round when I was younger. I traveled back and forth through different states. And you know there's a lot of people that aren't Lucky enough to stay in one spot all year and I think it's helped us. It's helped us Have a home have a farm. Have a wonderful business and Be Able to you know this. I mean.
"lacy" Discussed on Yeah, She's Driven
"For us it's a lot of free products and people and afford it insulated. It's a lot at helping organizations that are helping people for example the ADA Lupus Foundation With the Lupus Foundation. So yeah paint it forward. I think that's a really big one. So huge it unlocks everything else and people when people tell me that they have the law and and they get taken advantage of. I might look at the source of your gifts because the gifts to give means that you're doing it no matter what am by the way it's totally okay to receive because you get to give 'em bad you get paid more you get more opportunities you get better friends do all of these things you know. Keep expanding because you're giving to give if you look and pay attention maybe the immediate. There's Times I'll promote people in the middle of our launches we were like. Why would you do that because I love the human the human like I've done that repeat argus so many like I love the human right when you love people you tend to make you know make shifts in your life that are driven towards making money and being successful missile? God will keep testing you with these opportunities to give and if you can give and not cry in a pity party on the fact that you didn't get the level that you could have paying attention because it's coming right back in somewhere else that's even better so it's written in scripture so amy last piece of advice for entrepreneurs entrepreneurs none I would love to share versus your pizza again and not because I wanNA make sure people swear to God you guys if amy was your friend and you. Let's see all the differences between the the the the fillers in the non billers you'd be freaking out and only demanding at every store. The her her mood is in there. Okay this is entrepreneurs that have a big vision so no cannot be now. It's GonNa be next Opportunity Assembly. Elliot's that sounds I've had knows givens me more than yeses in this business and look. I don't want you to be slimy about it. The you gotta your next opportunity taking the no making your next opportunity needs to be with integrity but definitely do not let fear paralyze you you and don't let that be the fear that stopped you from doing what you really believe in fine. What really believe in that can help others? Maybe after salt. No I made it a lot of people use the term. I made on mass a message out of my mess. I was a straight up mess if you knew me. Ten years ago I was a total mess and I had a serious petty party. I used to blame my childhood. Everything hung alcohol drug dads so nine hundred terrible childhood so this happened to me when I was a teenager now and I went to my very first. Mastermind was a smoker. Go women they pulled on me something that did happen them teenager and I I thought it was the only one that had ever been abused in that way and there were six six out of ten women that had something a sexual assault on them and I may allow him in this and it was liberating like. Don't let your past see determine your future again. Don't let your fear determine your outcome. I feel like you can break fear with habits more or you do want the less fearful of this sounds simple but it's century now. There's a little book field if you're doing anyway we didn't get into your book. Ah But could get your book Amazon anywhere. We're boxer soul yes Amazon. EARNS A no-ball. It's on Chris. Chris Winfield Actually on copy Shanta right before the holidays He helped you with your book. He's actually coming. I think we're we're bringing him into full day workshop with our with our marketing mastery clients in Sundance in July. So our of being being in good community one of the do instead of hardcore as we we pull some of these people into training workshop some of the same things that we're using inside out of our businesses with the hopes that you will take the coaching and actually expand your business because good people have good. Education can actually get you awards. So that's something. We're really dedicated to community. So Chris was a huge a huge for what you did. Yeah you know. I don't know when Chris's coming in but anybody listening right now. It's like the hundred sixty people. You gotta go to your Bennett where Chris is doing Whatever he's doing that day has I took a chance ongoing is event? He helped me get an agent which then helped me get a publisher Abrams. This is my publishing huge. Made a huge impact in my business. So you've got to surround yourself with like minded people. Chris doesn't put up with any bullshit. That so you got to be there for the right reasons So whatever you're hosting which I wanNA know about more you're always you're welcome could become a mutual. Okay definitely yeah. That'd be super gold. Mercury masterclass okay so Beata shows the pizza before the only three ingredients. We are only one or two that use fresh cauliflower. Literally News it's so good. Is Cal poly foods. This one just came out and we have so we gab. Eleven US between the two of these different flavors. And then we're coming out with entrees this Spring Expo West. You will see. We're GONNA take comfort food like LASAGNA ENCHILADAS and we're GONNA make it super healthy and grain free gluten free and not all gluten free products are healthy so oh I just. I was on all these three products that actually clean but they're still filled with grades and so as like Mike is so now. I'm like I'm going the education continues. I love it one of the biggest blessings I've had with. 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"lacy" Discussed on Busted Open
"They let like right Lacey. Let them go and she would line up and just go into full military and you could not help but do what the hell she said because you could tell she knew what she was talking about it and she can teach you. I don't have no qualms was whoever with with home school along. Because my kid was home-schooled Jacob Joe Were home schooled Until they both went to first grade okay and Jacob until the fifth grade fourth grade lacy is I guarantee you her daughter so head because she's not stopping at age appropriate she is. She is teaching her as as much as she can consume. And that's the way it is in wrestling. She is excelling so fast because ause now she's in a ring with the elite right like when she was an arena with people that were the same as her then she couldn't get it in an but the development is she's in a ring with elites. And when anytime you have somebody that learns at the at the rate that she learns she's GonNa take over eventually and looking at a body. Have you seen how much muscle she's put on. She's incredible she's training. You could bro grasses grown under this woman's feet like does she have a weakness immune. Aw that's a great question. Does she have a weakness. Because I don't know I don't see it. I don't think we'll see a weakness and every woman that steps in the rain were needs to really be in good condition and needs the start getting Jim because she's looking stronger and stronger every week. I guess when you said is there a weakness. I think back to the history of lacy she said some borderline controversies with maybe working to stiffer causing a couple injuries. But but I always talk that up. So that's just the business I don't yeah exactly I'm with you. I never looked at that is necessarily a bad thing. Those things are gonNA happen. You know what I mean. If anything is testament to how passionate she is and how she wants to deliver the best product possible and that again. That's why I kind of like into Kevin Owens you talk about the respect factor. I just I see a lot of similarities between between those two and and and and I mean I laid out my case but Yeah I just I I. Maybe I don't know about the ceiling. I think they both have an incredible ceiling. Lacy Lacy is obviously doesn't have the feud yet that Kevin has had but they're waiting in the wings and I feel like Mark I. Sasha is going to be a great foil for Lacey Evans I I I think you know you talk about the styles. Make fight standpoint of it. You know lacy is broad shouldered little bit larger sashes theoretically a little more quick and a little more agile a little more coming running in a little more villainous and willing to mix it up in that regard I just I like on paper and I like when you see him in the ring together as far as the test goes I really liked the idea. Those the two feuding for Awhile Michael. You're hearing catch busted open. Live Monday through Saturday from nine. AM to noon eastern on Sirius. XM Fight Nation Channel One fifty fifty six or on demand with the Sirius Xm APP the landscape of pro wrestling is evolving which means more options ends for fans so many activities Mark Henry and rhyme. mckinnell are here to answer the difficult questions. What was the best show this week? Your your last two weeks over still get over. This is the busted open weekly winner Gabby killer Allegri. Because now that I I read it. She says I'm starving. And Yeah We. We can't talk about cheesecake factory. Listen let's talk. Got Soccer Butter weekly winter. Get Out of hand. I legitimately starving on the west coast out here the show starts at six. AM from time to go get breakfast. Oh Man I don't know the the most there'll be this or whatever you said most is coming decks. Even though. I'm not a big drinker. I do on Saturday at a get ready for the weekend. All right mark so speaking of get ready for the weekend as as we get ready for the weaker that means we close the week on the professional wrestling world and we are giving the world our weekly win and of course we want to hear from you nation but I I got a feeling that we are going to be very much in the same The same court I should say with this one mark. I'm GonNa let you go first. What was your best show of the week Man I mean it's hard to bid against it but INEX- t such a good show damn. It was a good show the way that it started you know having bona fide stars come out and and then right across the street you had a w and what did they do to quit to answer that. They put bona fide stars. Ars Out there in the beginning is competition guys. They're going tap for TAT toe for toe and data added something that we're going to get more of now in the future because They're going to try to do as many shows as they can with with no interruptions no commercial breaks limited commercial breaks if you will You'll see the pitcher pitcher Type deal nobody. Nobody wants to lose an audience and that audience might be of one. They're fighting for each individual person watching gene pro wrestling on at night. So number one I have to say INEX- T number. Yeah Yeah I would have I have to give a WTI night and I thought last night show was above raw be Yup I do agree so those are my top four. But like he's like we said last week the Balata Ricky Bobby I your last if you yeah and and Mark I. There's no way I am not picking Annex T to be the show the weekly winner I should say just First of all it was one of the better annex tease of the entire year. And you're going to have that right. You're going to have that when you have this culmination of the story. Ah Ripley that is that is obviously going to resonate on a larger level especially with the match that those two had but then you think back to the way that the show kicked off and the fact that we are leading or at least. I was reading with Ripley in Baiser in terms of why I love this show so much the fact that the men kicked off with a title match and it wasn't just the men it was Adam freaking coal for Finn freaking valor and they put on It was a primer. It felt like yes mark. I know what was a title match and and and and it was a great title match and it was exciting but obviously it ends with a little bit of controversy. Gargano comes out call. Hit some with the nut shot. Then then you get your finish. It wasn't the cleanest finishes but again we weren't expecting a clean finish. At least I wasn't What we got mark was a primer and and and in a bit of a taste east of what we can expect when Finn Ballor and Adam Cole mix it up again in the future but the question I guess authority you mark with Gargano coming out? I don't necessarily we feel like that. We're GONNA see coal ballor again anytime soon necessarily in a one on one spot because it looks like Gargano and Ballard have some unfinished business to take Care of you know you'll see that. They definitely have unfinished business. But don't think for one second that anybody safe because Johnny had a look on his face like we we hadn't seen in a while Or ever normally you see him like the Gary us and you know wanting to show. Oh you up. He had a dark look on his face. Like if I'm not going to be champion. Nobody's GONNA be champion psycho type. Look and brethren it is not going to be a good day for the rest of those guys until he gets that title back. Yeah it listen. You know one of the things as we're talking about here giving our weekly winner and I'm with you I would probably have had a w second I just I I do. I'm starting to develop some concerns with a w mark because as much as I did enjoy different parts of aid w over the Over the weekend but on Wednesday and I really liked what you jungle boy had to do. I thought that was a great expose. If you will for jungle boy and where he might go I I like to tag match between cody and Darby in the Bladen. blading butcher. That was that was pretty good and there. There are a couple of things also that I liked but I do wonder as we enter. I mean what the next quarter of eighty WS existence. Because it's still so fresh. They're still trying to get their feet underneath them. Two things the number of factions that we're dealing with and the the what you you know how clouded that sort of landscape can get in. I guess number two and this is a bigger concern of mine. I think that those guys and when I say those guys and you can throw girls in there as well but when I'm talking about the W O g's like the originals the guys the reason that aws exist. And I'm talking about the young bucks I'm talking about cody Talking about Omega Jericho as well but for this conversation I just WANNA use Omega and the young bucks and maybe even like deluce brothers mark these these guys are going out here and they're taking els right and and I understand why they're doing it. They feel they're secure enough in their place in the business that they can go out and and they can take some ellison. They're still going to hold their place and they're still going to be strong and they can help people out and they can put people over and they don't need to worry about wins and losses. I'm starting to think that might not be the case ace. I'm starting to think we need to see. I think they've been holding onto it like they've been waiting to go on their runs. Like I definitely expect the young bucks to be champions. It'd be champions for a long time but these guys need to start winning soon right. You know what I think it's about the performance and I think If you're going to build killed somebody don't build somebody that the people are not ready for that person to be built. That's the important thing I look at it like I see Orange Cassidy. And he's in dark matches and he has the best reaction on the show that Jericho and cody and that includes Kenya Omega and all the rest of them why is he not getting the natural. Push give the people what they want and I guarantee you. You just have to think more you have to be more creative and you have to be You have the know-how which they have about five or six guys In the production the staff. Then I know can build it. I've seen him do it right. So let on and D- Malingco and in those those guys dustin like let them build Orange Cassidy. They know how to do it. And then you get to the office you get to the brass and the bucks and code in You know like Mr Khan and all the people that are involved at the top right like give the key give give cassidy shot.
"lacy" Discussed on Busted Open
"No car required somebody who's been able to tell some great stories and i'm really looking forward to what's going to be happening with military makeover and that's lacey evans who joins us for the first time ever here on busted open lacey. How are you today. Classy is ever. How are you very very well. I mean you might call me one of the nasties but i think i have a little class bully. What do you think no. I agree with nasty. Come on completely. Doubt it a well you easy. This is the first time we're actually speaking lacy. I'm i'm sure it won't be the last and i'm sure you still will be a nasty but thank you for having me gentlemen or you're welcome and thank you for coming on and i let's start what's is going to be happening with military makeover and i was reading up about this and this is going to debut on the lifetime network on august thirtieth this news this season which which is season nineteen which is unbelievable but the story that you're gonna be telling is unbelievable as well and please talk about the show and tell us about the the story that you're going to be involved in so there's a gold star family who <hes> this woman lost her spouse in afghanistan. He was a active duty service member in the united states marine corps and as a veteran. I got to go and help so not only did she knew her husband but she also lost her home in <hes> one of the hurricane and so we got to go in and motivate all the veterans that actually take part in military makeover to fix this woman's house up for her and her daughter who her her daughter happens to be the same age as mine so between the fact that it was a you know a fellow brother of mine in the service <hes> i got to help her baby and as has a mother that just means the world to me and helped us family. Get you know one thing. They lost one. I mean you know you lose so much like mike's already hard but the fact back that we got to at least help half of her issue not half but you know what it's like we got to go in there and help her out and and you know make her feel just a little bit better and and her daughter a little bit more comfortable in time of loss and so you know like i said we went in there from the roof all the way into their backyard and the pool and we got their their whole house set up and ready for them to come in and see see what blessings they get and and know that you know they'll be all right lacey see. You just told this story about how you're helping this family. You're a fricken. Marine on sagan lost austin exactly but yet on tv. You play this despicable woman who we're supposed to hate. How am i supposed to hate h you if you're doing all these good deeds well first off. <hes> do not call me despicable. I am the most classy confidence sophisticated lady to ever stepped foot in w._w._e. And second people hate me because they aren't me. Do you understand they want to be a legitimate role models such as myself and that's that's. I'm not none of my business. <hes> i piss people off because <hes> they probably no matter how hard they try. We'll never be half of the woman that i am from my my military service to the fact that i'm a mother a wife of a man that i've been with since fifteen years old. I am the epitome of what every woman in this world should be and yet. They're not you know why because they're a bunch of nasty things that don't know how to conduct yourself with class so would that be inside and the fact that i have no <hes> <hes> <hes> prior experience with sports entertainment. I could get two ships. Excuse my french because i a prime example. I am what w._w._e. W. e. needs and that just makes people angry because you've got women like like i said women key lynch that dumps around and claiming she's the man dan and charlotte flair who daddy <hes> changed her diaper paired success when you've got lacey evans who comes in and shows them that they i will never be half the woman i am and and if that makes people upset while sweetheart i don't know what to tell you because i will continue to the prime example and show them what women should be. It is not what you see on the roster right now unless it's my music hitting coming out while she told you bully if she so oh put me in my place she really did and again. I'm looking forward to military makeover and again. That's hosted by montel williams august thirtieth on lifetime lifetime tv and you can also go to w._w. Dot military makeover dot tv to find out all the details and to watch prior episodes and and you you you said about with the military being a former marine it is a brotherhood and the sisterhood but it sounds like you don't have that same brotherhood and sisterhood when it comes the world that the w._w._e. Well you know i try to fit in the best. I can just look at do whenever i'm surrounded by a bunch of nasty things who are lost in life and feel intimidated by such a lady so you know i come in. I do my job. I leave and i feed my baby and my husband's like lady should lacy. You did a good job. <hes> in your your situation with becky lynch inch. I enjoyed the match at extreme rules going back and looking on your body of work from the past three or four months coming out of wrestlemainia. How how do you feel about it. What do you think he could've done better. <hes> you know what it's gonna be time. I is it time in this business and learning how to you do what it is that it's expected of me with all this light <hes> however one thing i do have got going for me has confidence at it no matter what the reviews search for any match that i have with anybody. I'm not going anywhere. I'm gonna continue to learn and i'm one and <hes> i'll be the first to tell you you that <hes> my in ring work my promo work you name. It is not <hes> somebody that's been doing this for ten plus years <hes> i just now hit over three two years in this business and but like i said i'm not going anywhere. I've got a lot to learn but <hes> i'm confident enough to tell you that i'm gonna learn. It and i'm gonna come back <hes> week week after week month after month year after year until you know i feel like i'm on top and so but i'm not gonna stop and i'm going to continue to do what i can candle but i need to learn to be up there. That's a that's a strong answer so let me ask you this. Are you more confident on the microphone or with your physicality in the ring right right now <hes> probably i mean honestly both because like i said i have the confidence to tell you what i need to learn and it's a package edge doing my mind. You know i'm not used. I was a marine on a swat team military police officer we don't get microphones and prance around and and do anything that i do right. Now's how's the sports entertainer so there is nothing that i can tell you i bring more to the table as an in ring performer or on the microphone because i've never done stuff like this so as a package package deal overall all across the board. I'm competent enough to do either. I will grab a microphone and i will get in the ring with anybody because i'm competent to do so but i i also walk away from there and no one. I need a lot. You know a lot of time in grade and a lot to learn and but that's what the live events are for every friday. When i catch a plane and my goal oh is rather it's a microphone or in ring to learn as much as i can for the next on my music kids on live television <hes> so it's easy honestly it's even promos does annan ring work. It's it's all the same. I'm just as confident in both but had a long way to go in regards to the training and what i bring to the table table when i do grab either a body or microphone you know lacey the start the interview you called me a nasty right <hes> just so just to clarify what exactly really isn't asti <hes> pretty much anybody that is not me no but <hes> so the term nasty came from the marine corps <hes> when i was in boot camp <hes> it's three months long of hell and you walk in there thinking that you are whatever you thought you were when you walk into boot camp you leave the complete opposite they prepare they completely completely rip you down physically mentally emotionally and they build you up to be confident united states marine now while you're in boot camp. You are called a nasty because for example if you have a three mile run and you are anything but first place even if you are in first place you're nothing has to be. You could have done it better. You could've done it faster. If you get a a great on paper that you had to do while you were the military and you were tired and you did the best you can you nasty thing. You could have done better in life. If you you in marine corps. You're always considered a nasty because there you can always give so much more of your <hes> so if you're a lazy person if you're an unmotivated person if you <hes> procrastinate if you don't give every bit of yourself as a mother as a wife as a husband as a human being no matter what job description you stand in your a nasty thing so lacey evans is here to set the prime example and show the world what women and are capable of because she is not a nasty so until she motivates and picks up all these nasty people what's them turns them around teaches them how to conduct themselves like she does <hes>. You're just the nasty so i just took that term because it means a lot to me because while the average person thinks of nasty as dirty or whatnot. That's not always the case. It's a nasty person. It's the way that you conduct yourself. You carry yourself at your mindset so there will be no more nasties w._w._e. When i'm done with them because like i said i'm i'm the role model and i'm the standard of what women in human beings should be a motivator lacey. There have been so many people outside of the world of pro rushing who have tried to make it in the world of progressing. We've had football players. We've had 'em e fighters. We've had baseball players now. We have marine and yourself kurt angle an olympic gold. Medalist has gone on record to say pro. Wrestling is the hardest thing he's ever done in his life. Life between adapting to what pro wrestling is life on the road at the schedule. How does being in the pro wrestling business compared to what what you went through becoming a marine <hes> you it's it's two different two different things man. I'm gonna be honest with you. I'm the military military and being a marine has set me up to be and do what it is. I can do considering. I don't have any of the experience in as a sports entertainer. I didn't watch a product growing up <hes> <hes> i came from literally nothing <hes> into this <hes> but you have to be ready at all times flight. You gotta be at airports at three a._m. Ready to hit the road. I <hes> i have a daughter on my hip. I've got my husband <hes> she's in school..
"lacy" Discussed on Busted Open
"W._w._e. A hall of famer bully ray and i talked to lacey evans and i'm telling you right now. This is an interview. You're definitely gonna wanna listen to because you see completely differently than you see on w._w. Tv we also talked to pat mcafee. Who's going to be doing thursday night football on e._s._p._n. This is the guy who bet on himself and one being a part of being a part of the world the w._w._e. And the n._f._l. Get into andrew lock with pat maccabean. You definitely want to listen to that and then we get into some rumors and innuendos and that's end zone and see 'em punks and punk a big part of the star or cast events this weekend could sway him to be a part of pro wrestling again and ends in cavs rumor. Has it the w._w._e. Has reached doubt will they say yes talk about all of that. On this edition busted open podcast you talk about.
"lacy" Discussed on I, Survivor
"He's like you get your shit. You get on a plane and you go to the Olympics. Like, he's like, this is what you do that you have this people have their whole lives for these opportunities. You go go. And so I was like shit. I need to find my running like I had I call him back. Yeah. Go back, and I'm like, hey, maybe would you guys be interested in by mid ticket back home? They're like, no. But we will get you to real art fair that I try where was your leg. How'd you I thought it was in Colorado? Maybe but it wasn't Phoenix flew back to Phoenix had like to hail Mary long Jim practices, and we're like, and like I do have a low key rivalry with one other athlete who also made who made the team. And I remember like there was like we're like there's like shit like shipping spoken. And of course, like she was like, I'm gonna get a medal in long, jump all this stuff. And I'm dislike Ribaud. So we started dumping. And the US coaches are like they're plus them. They're trying to helmet like run fast, or I'm like, I haven't been training. I'm like that's a bad plan. I can't this gut. And I remember I'm like if I can just get one jump like one good like spot on the board. I can make finals I can make finals, I'm a good long jumper, and I did it was a surprise for everybody. Like, I made the first to make finals for athlete Yan para. What was that jump like? So you're in Rio what was the standard packed? God bless America. It was a total mess. Oh, yeah. Took two hours to get to the track like cluster, but it was it was amazing. Like, yeah. They're like go. It's your turn. You know? Would you ran? And then you did, you know, you cleared it like did you get as high on just like from numbers alone. I was like, yeah. I'm in. I'm in. I'm in a finished eighth finished last. But I made it to finals all the matters you make final. Yeah. Yeah. It was. It was just incredible. I mean, it was unbelievable. It was like the it was packed the stadium. Was packed. There's like. When races get done certain big track meets they have flames and shit coming out. It was just like fireworks. And crazy. Like did. You see your parents? Yeah. My dad's just weeping. I would chill like walking out trying to be focused. Just see like my whole squad like. Yeah. My dad's crying into his beer because he's still a dad. Just you know, it reignited something inside of me. And I think my trajectory now going into twenty twenty I look back look back at cancer. Look back to you before cancer. Look back to cheer look back to not getting picked and in sports. And I like I was always I was either not enough. I was always to something like even when I started track. The US coaches were like this isn't cheerleading like to wild or to this that and like moving forward actually on my way to this trip. Like, I was like what is my manifesto? Like what what do I want to be about? And I'm like, you know, I've always been always to emotional as a little kid. I was always like to to to that. And I'm like, you know, what? Like, no like, I'm going to be like, I'm this is fine. I'm not to emotional. I'm not too this. I'm not to that. Like, this is I'm gonna make my own trajectory in spite of the things that you don't think it can do. And that was like it was the same thing. Like when when people didn't think I could do something because I wasn't gonna be strong enough because my leg even my dad wasn't going to be fast enough. So it couldn't like, no. This is what making your own journey looks like like, that's I'm like, you know. Yeah, we have traditions, and yeah, things are typically done a certain way. But like, nah, not not that. I'm here not anymore. At least you are so cool. I'm your story is so inspiring. They really is. And I'm so excited cheer for you. And the Olympics heaven rocker Henderson. Oh, yeah. What is your my Instagram at lacy is your friend? Perfect. Was you know, those like an old school AM? So you don't follow your Olympic, Janice? Yeah..
"lacy" Discussed on I, Survivor
"Old. She was diagnosed with cancer treatments in work. So the only option was amputate her life and that operation saved her life. She competed for team USA in two thousand sixteen Rio. Lympics stories from Olympia are always inspiring seen people who've worked so hard to being truly excellent. At one thing is really incredible. There's no excuses just hard work and incredible willpower. Olympians must house superhuman drive indisciplined for them to get to where they are. Because wants to decide they want to be the best that something they won't stop it anything until they've reached it. And that's what happened with Lacey. She said that she saw the movie bring it on and decided right then that she wanted to be a competitive cheerleader and she did. And then she decided that she wanted to be a track and field athlete. So she trained six hours a day in ended up in the Rio Olympics, and now she's the record holder for the long jump in north and South America. Here's our conversation with Lucy. We have lacy Henderson in the studio today. She is a eleven time gold medalist how many medals does incredibly inaccurate. I'm six national champ have not one metal internationally, which is unfortunate bad timing. You know, you got more time and you're gonna compete again. Right. Twenty twenty s ago. So you I I'm excited here your story. You are not only a pro athlete and a champion. But you also are a paralympian. Yes. Right. Okay. Great. So can you take me back to being a child to wherever your story starts up where we living? What was happening before you got sick. So I am from Denver, Colorado. I'm one of two children. I have an older brother. We are two children of like dislike an insanely sick athletic family. My dad went to Olympic trials for pull. He loves track and field so much. He named my brother tracks and my middle name is fields series. My brothers on the legal name is strikes racks out of the two of us like somebody had to make it. Tracks. So you were in US rules athletic children yet. Right. Was that something just in your family has always out doing stuff yet constantly? So my dad was always coaching. He still competing at the time. He started doing to catch on your little still. He's a two time national decathlete jam. So like, you know, no pressure. But yeah, we're constantly outside playing just doing any kind of sport. You know, I think like especially with track and field because it's a summer sport track was like, you know, our babysitter for a long long time. So we were doing like triple jump drills like for fun when everybody else got to enjoy their summer, and I had always been an athletic kid and one day. Like, I started complaining a little bit to my parents. I'm like, you know, my my likes hurting, but we just wrote it off as either growing pains, you know, you're always sore from sports, it's always something. So like, it was not really a big deal. Like, we just kind of moved on of. I was like, oh, I guess it's growing pains. You know, that's what my parents kept telling me. So I just carried on like still did sports and the pain got worse and worse where was the pain executives behind my knee? So stop. Actually being able to straight. Now, my leg, I might just start walking on my toes just on that leg. So finally, actually stopped participating in gym class. I stopped doing a lot more like the fiscal activity her so well, yeah. 'cause I was in a lot of pain. And finally, my teachers are calling home. They're like what is happening with Lacey's legs. So finally, we went and saw the doctor and took x nothing showed up in the x Ray. So they told me that I had Baker cysts of just to go home stretch, take Advil. What's that? Who knows? I still have no idea like arthritis fluid build up like kind of like fluid build up the just creates little cysts. So the pain just kept getting worse and worse and worse. So I stopped using my leg. I couldn't bend certain positions..
"lacy" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Rest and exercise, or the three things you really can't do to regulate your circadian rhythm and not feel like shit all the time because a lot of that, like a lot of. Depression, anxiety, it is external and it's from external forces and how you react to a lot of it is just like the chemical reactions that are going on in your brain well, and it's also about lake. I think for me when I get really Hetty like that and release stuck in my bullshit. Like I forget that I had the whole rest of my body to help me out with my mental anguish. And that's what exercise is really like show me because I used to have a huge chip on my shoulder. Yeah, about working out. 'cause like there's that line and still do fucking hate cardio honestly, if I didn't get paid for this. Lebron contract. On the people in there, like, how do I look like you get paid for it because the moment that you stop getting paid for it, you don't as my training like you think you're going to exercise when you retire. He's like, hell. No. I had a filter about it for a long time, especially a teenager because it meant that my so called life quote we're stuck about. She couldn't bring herself to eat a square meal in front of her mom because it just meant too much to her. And it was just like, no, like everyone told me to fuck an exercise, like, fuck you guys, like you care too much. Yeah. Do all this being. Yeah. Yeah, I, I think that that's always an important thing for people to hear, like use your whole body to help with all of your problem. Also when I go to the gym, especially like the boxing gym, taking a few punches in the face, really, really. Yeah, you do have those huddling moments every now and then and your dislike, you're limping to your car, you're like, yeah, nothing like this is. I'm glad that I got out of that and nothing else really matters right now. I do feel better, but I also feel I complete it also. She ate. When your body is fully like before you on your side and you're like, oh, yeah, like awesome. Like good for me. I think that something unique, like especially in the community that I'm realizing now, like our bodies, I just have more of a perspective sometimes sometimes sometimes. That Lamar human. The most part that our bodies like they are there, they have a time stamp like a ticking time bomb. Right now, we have a gift that they mobilize a little bit more sore in the mornings. The older I get now. But for the most part, once you get it going. And that doesn't last. And I know especially for me even going through my journey with track and field some and any athlete, even in the Olympic realm. When you talk about doping when you talk about overtraining like some people would sell their soul for what they're doing right now, and that's, that's your like, do you. But like for me, I, if I could be fifty and like not being a wheelchair, like that's a win. Yeah, honestly. And that's something again, it's pass Lacey's look for future late. Yeah, this is super dope right now. It's great, but it's a short career..
"lacy" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"The incredible to from key choir dot com and seattle i'm editor todd bishop and i'm podcast producer climate grain and we're pleased to be joined in the studio today by a special guest technology journalists and columnists sarah lacy founder of media site pando founder and ceo of chairman mom acuna site for working moms and the author of the book a uterus is a feature not a bug series in seattle this week for an event with microsoft and the female founders alliance plural events plural and she was kind enough to join us today except invitation to stop by the cler offices it's great to have you here sarah thank you for having me we're so ridiculously in love with seattle like i posted i had to set a meeting zillow and it's like i go to their conference room was gorgeous view of ever seen and it took a picture and i was like seattle is san francisco dunrite come at me and the only thing anyone has to say is it's not raining it's like come up with original line if that is your only knock and i was like just answered like two words no feces along those lines you're calling paul cars here with you sitting over there in the corner i can't believe we've gotten him off mike i don't know how did that but he hadn't even more colorful quote he said what was it paul he said seattle is like san francisco but fm better you went to san francisco and you put on a pair of rose colored glasses and it seattle it's just better and it's like listen every time i go to a city i'm like super smart about doing that like hello cleveland it's great to be here like i will always as anything nice about a place i am because people are buying books and all that shit but legit like we really might move here or enough about seattle come on stop sucking up let's talk about you a lot of people know you as the founder of pando daily a technology news commentary site that started several years back but you actually have a new venture called chairman mom in addition to your book tell us about chairman mom give us your elevator pitch so chairman mom imagine this imagine women go to a community online and walkaway every time feeling better about themselves the seems like a very novel sounds like saifi doesn't it no we we built chairman mom because women are the largest consumers of social media and the most abused people on social media and you know pando always had us a phrase that when tech ceo's tell you that something is really hard what they mean as they don't care it is not mean these are companies that beam satellite from planes these are companies colonizing mars it isn't hard to figure out what fake news is it isn't hard to get rid of trolls it isn't hard to build supportive communities it is just not what the company's incentivized and doing it isn't their priority and our priority from the moment chairman mom metaphorically drew breath was to create a place that makes women feel better about themselves that makes women feel in charge that makes women feel like they've got this that rebrand working motherhood as what it is a bad ass aspirational thing like for some reason in our culture we celebrate someone who is going to says they're going to do one hundred mile marathon even though that is clearly bad for your body and not okay and could result in a lot of horrible things happening we celebrate someone quitting a you know well paid six figure corporate job to go out on their own and start a company even though the odds of failure are incredibly high you may wind up divorced.
"lacy" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Lacey lacey real cookout going you start playing that charlie you'll be cooking so rama noodles thank you at a cookout be cracknell bug cana spams vienna sausages think you're right there in the middle of summer got the white linen outfit on having a good time going back to the phone lines we have ms virginia on line three minutes virginia how are you are you well or wishing you happy fourth of july no go ahead you know i can tell you about last i'm indigenous to this city and state my family you know most people they like to say what they feel and what they do you know to keep us in state alleged to have always been a progressive city as far as i am concerned if i say something on the radio you actually goes to you know i don't know the truth about where i come from my mom so i know about my roots and my family so they're better learn about okay i think he was saying something about what we call out well we had the discussion earlier in gooding was saying that he's an indigenous aboriginal to this land and just the dna doesn't bear that out that's just not realistic y'all came on the things bear bells came on trying to be special conversation comes from eleven case paying off say people would challenge that we're now getting say he was african he was hebrew to gauge can be gauged hey hey y'all gonna say the mexicans of mexican taken away to freedom am you know try to do as an maybe perhaps not you smother the people who was here i know i know no they came on a boat they didn't get everybody you know you just wind economy people grow because they was growing meal is a different color and grow grow a piece of you know so mapping roy these people and if you know oh you're fine mixing and matching now yeah doc skin over in this country we weren't nobody can take that away from me you know you you to any games they can be they wanna be in about him that and a lotta hugging people off no the whatever now came to can't you know i mean they came and calling the issue is that we have genetics now we have dna testing so if you want to find out where you came from well go ahead you know we don't believe in the same god we don't believe in what we respect so why is it dan say okay maybe on a boat and hazy noble oh yes now need to we came over here on the boat you know pizza coming over here and then you keep mixing and bringing him half a dozen people became citizens there's nothing wrong with things twenty nine asu virginia you know educated food can't yeah everybody came on a boat but look limits virginia this the issue you're going to have if you look longitudinal lines around the world people generally have the same skin hugh that longitude longitudinal area because of climatic conditions so the climatic conditions of north america couldn't produce black skin the way that africa has that's why you see doc as me perimeter the sunshine sean and she had black you you know ever since i was a child yeah season and it gets very hot here death valley you know you get up to one hundred thirty five degrees no thanks sam jan johnson sam because all the terrain can devote could even slow now america america is not tom is on national gone you know no i don't know the only chance talk about this country people put it down like nike nineteen but what will be the point of telling people they came over here on boats if they did and what what's the point of not a of telling people that that's a lot garage and i wouldn't say all of them because you always say they cheered up india's daycare them out indigenous people that's in about yeah australia i came up anybody in haiti dominicans recall indians at that time so yeah they they kill about all of them say engage was created people all over the universe you know we we the people believe the creator some about here creator created all over the universe and the way you go you go see the signs and no we were we must create all over the earth in one place you can pick the united states is africa advocaat in the only will be small as a p so what you're saying there was an independent human genesis on different parts of the.