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Royal Drama: King’s fractious family on stage at coronation
"As King Charles the third joins as many as 2800 guests for his coronation on May 6th at Westminster Abbey, his complicated family will once again take center stage. There's a second wife and embarrassing brother and an angry son and daughter in law all with allies who aren't shy about whispering family secrets in the ears of friendly reporters. How King Charles manages his family drama over the coming weeks and years is crucial to the king's efforts to preserve and protect the 1000 year old hereditary monarchy, editor of majesty magazine, Joe little, says Charles ongoing family drama was never going to just disappear. I think it was a nervous that when Charles became king, the loss of the personal stuff would come back to haunt him. Royal historian Robert Lacey says the standards were set too high. The British monarchy is supposed to be representative. And that used to be thought to mean it's got to be ideal. It's got to behave in an absolutely immaculate fashion. Well, that wasn't realistic and proved not to be realistic. In fact, Lacey believes Charles fractious family may be easier for the British public to identify with. But I think most people in Britain find an imperfect and honest family, easier to live with. Karen Chammas, London
Fresh update on "lacy" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Protection of life, liberty and property. Salem is celebrating our founding document with a special offer. A 1953, Eoman U.S. Constitution lithograph. To understand the value of these lithographs is to know the story. A master lithographer immigrant named Theodore Eoman came to this country to find the American dream. Seventy years ago, in 1953, Eoman printed a limited number of these exceptional Constitution lithographs. grass with a power motor that is self-propelled and he just pushes it? Uh, no. Would you let him have a push mower? You know, the old school, no electronics involved, no engine, rotating push mower. Would you let him do that? I don't think he could. I don't think he could physically do it. All right. So we're going to the phone now and we're going to ask people, what would you, did you do this weekend that you would not let the president do? Pastor Brad in Winchester, Virginia. Good morning, Pastor Brad. How are you? Good morning to you. Yeah. So I would certainly not let him teach my sermon on a Sunday morning. Oh, preach a sermon. How many times did you deliver it yesterday? And what were you preaching on? Oh, I'll let you know. I taught him why bad things happen to good people. Okay. So even if, well, would you let him read a written sermon? No, absolutely not. I mean, that would be so not right. Would you let him run, direct the choir? Do you have a choir in your church? No, sir, but no, I would not let him do anything with music. All right. All right. Thank you. Ryan in Shawnee, Oklahoma, what are you asking? Would you let Joe Biden do? I would not let Joe Biden DJ a wedding. Well, Dwayne is a DJ or was a DJ like a thousand years ago. Did you DJ Ryan a wedding this weekend? Yes, sir. And how many songs, what does it involve that Joe Biden couldn't do? Electronics and public speaking. He would just tell the story about how he was running for election in 2017, why he was going to run for president. How many, how many songs did you play at the wedding, Ryan? Oh, goodness. I don't know. I'd say like at least 150. And so did people come up to you and ask you to play things like, play the way you look tonight, the way I, that's the fetching, Mrs. Hewitt and my song. And we always ask people to play it. Do people make requests? I'll bet, I'll bet nobody has ever asked him to play that song. Yeah, he's the one who's right. No one's asked me to play that song, but yes, I do take requests. And you know why I know that? Because I work for Joe Biden. I've got the Joe Biden of the airways right here. Come back to us, Joe. Oh, oh, yeah. Two Ryan at two, Ryan. I can't believe you put that knife in. That was very funny, Ryan. All right. Okay. Let's go to Lacey in Columbus so I can't see. Cause I'm crying. Lacey, would you, that reminds me of the pigeon video of the BBC. Did anyone see the pigeon video this weekend? Joe take, go to the phone, Joe. Lacey, you're up. What would you let Joe Biden do? Backhoe? Did you do a backhoe this weekend? Oh, I would let Joe run a backhoe. Gosh, no. No, no, no chainsaw. No power tools. Drew in central Pennsylvania. Drew, what did you do this weekend that you wouldn't let Joe Biden do? Well, I got something I would let him do. Oh, what's that? I would let him order me a vanilla ice cream cone. Well, I don't know about that. Would you let him take the orders of six people to the Baskin brought me back. Could you imagine Joe Biden trying to face 31 tubs of ice cream and nowhere to go next? Or how about this? There are a lot of people who work this weekend in a restaurant. I mean, I know there are thousands of people listening who are going into a shift in a breakfast diner or they went to a shift. Can you imagine Joe taking the order of six people? What, what are the odds that anyone would get what they ordered? Anyone at all? I went to dinner on pizza and brewery company with our friends. And so there were the fetching mistuit and our friends. So there were, it's a pretty simple order, but you got to go to the counter, put your order in, they deliver to your table. And I screwed up the order, right? I had to run back and find out which table we were at. And then I screwed it up. So I'm not really, I'm pointing the finger at myself, but would you let Joe Biden take the table order to the, to the order stand Dwayne? No. No. Eric in Virginia, what did you do this weekend that you may or may not let the president do? Uh, run, run a tractor with a bushel. Ooh, that's a, that's a no. Yeah. We like the old guy. We don't want him hurt. That's a no. Okay. Steve in Florida, what did you do this weekend that you wouldn't let the president do? I would allow Joe Biden to attend to his own bodily conscience. Well, that, that is a given. I think he can, but what did you do this weekend? Did you do anything this weekend that you wouldn't let him do? Get out of bed.
Doug and Producer James Discuss Earthquakes
"The city we most think of a couple of cities really, but what city's most auto when we think of earthquakes? Los Angeles. Or San Francisco. Sorry, yeah. In 1886, did you know that a 7.6 magnitude tremor hit Charleston, South Carolina? No, no one knows that. Not even the people. South Carolina do. 18 96, it was felt over 2.5 million square miles and caused damages far away as 200 miles. Did you know I got you one now? I know this. Did you know that north Georgia where I live about every, I mean, is there small tremors all the time, but about every 6 to 8 months, you'll have a tremor that I've actually failed. It'll be like a one 1.5, but in north Georgia. I've never been a part of an earthquake. It seems terrifying. Every time you see in a movie, everyone has a panic attack and everybody ends up being fine and lights just shimmer. But I'm sure it's not that. It's much more devastating to people's homes. Well, one morning I woke up and I asked Lacey gotten up early. This has been about 25 years ago. We're in another house and Lacey gotten up earlier to get ready to go to school. She was teacher and I was telling Ben. And all of a sudden, I sort of fail something and I said, did you slam a door? Because this sort of, and she said, no, I said, what are you going to say, what does somebody come, you know, did somebody hit something outside and I thought maybe one of the kids that went outside and done something, she said, no, and then about it, I'm going to turn the TV on. And they said, well, three minutes ago, there was a report of an earthquake in northwest Georgia.
'Black Frankenstein in D'Souza's 2016: Obama's America'
"I subscribe to an academic service that sends me scholarly articles and they have a search function that sends me scholarly articles that refer to me. I just got one, I wanted to talk about it. It's quite amusing. It's written by a communication scholar, a PhD at the University of Texas at Austin. This guy's a professor in Queens, New York. His name is Michael lacy and the article is called black Frankenstein in D.C.'s 2016 Obama's America. So the article is an analysis of my Obama film. And the article is full of the typical academic gobbledygook. But fortunately, there's a sort of abstract or summary up front. And that's the summary I want to comment on because it's just so it's just so typical and it's also so entertaining. First of all, this essay offers a critical rhetorical analysis of neoconservative filmmaker dinesh d'souza. Stop right there. I've never called myself a neoconservative true. I was at the American enterprise institute with along with a lot of neoconservatives, but I don't think I've ever been fairly described as one of them. He goes on and talk about my quote popular political documentary, and he goes, I argue that the documentaries narrative emulates conservative, black Frankenstein stories. Now, first of all, I've never quite heard that phrase. And so I was like, black Frankenstein stories, is this some kind of a genre? So I look it up. And it turns out there was a movie that came out a couple of decades ago called blackens time, which was apparently about a black Frankenstein, but what this guy is basically saying is I'm using the Frankenstein theme, which by the way, never mentioned in 2016, but I guess he means I'm sort of subtly invoking it as a kind of dog whistle. The idea that Obama is a black Frank Frankenstein. Quote, quote, whereby a monstrous black slave revolts against his white slave owner justifying a violent white backlash to restore white supremacy.
"lacy" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"And they did this, but then they found there was a weakness in it that the players discovered, and they started to exploit it. And so they created the reverse VH, which literally just kind of means flipping their legs to the opposite way. And so it makes it protected against the original weakness, but it kind of also created a new weakness of its own. Oh, that's awesome. Yeah. Well, here's the thing about goalies. We could talk about them forever. But here we are at an hour. By the way, it's lacy artifice that I'm talking to rangers and you can go to hat collecting dot com and heck collecting dot com is essentially people where many hats in their jobs and in their creative lives. And you ask the same questions of every guest to hear different answers because different people have different answers to the same question. Is that correct? Yes. Some of the answers end up being pretty similar, but I really enjoy hearing the unique takes to some of the questions for sure. That's awesome. And then Artemis creates Artemis as in Artemis. To create, is sort of your artistic angle is what will people find at Artemis creates? So there they will find a lot of design work that I've done. They will find I've published a short fiction young adult novel last year, so there's that. There is music because you can see a piano and a guitar behind me. I used to be a used to because I'm not very active anymore, but I used to make music. And writing because I do other idea, I do everything. That's why as Artemis creates and not just Artemis musics or artists rights. Because then you can do whatever you want. You're like, oh, I'm gonna take up watercolor. And right now, it's acrylic painting of a helmet of a goalie. And I look forward to seeing the actual design with that comes out. That'd be awesome. Thank you so much for doing the show, Lacey. Thank you for having me. All right, and rangers, you know the rules out there. Take care of each other. My hat, my hat, my hat. They're dancing around my head. And I had my hat, my hat. Well, what do you think of that? If it looks like a Mexican at dancing, it sounds like a Mexican hat dance. It's most likely a Mexican hat and so take off your head and lets dance. Yay. Oh my God. Why don't we just call that at the end of the show?.
"lacy" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"This is the thing with goalies. Goalies are kind of voodoo. They hang out in hockey circles. You'll hear this before long. Things are voodo because they can be very hot and cold. They can have a season where they're the best in the league, and then the next season, they might as well be in the miners because they're just they can't stop of beach ball as the saying goes. And there's some goalies that have been jokes where it's like, okay, one season, they're can't beat them, the next season they're complete trash and then the next season they're great again and it just keeps alternating. That's a good name. Yeah. There's this lack of this unevenness in the game where you would think it would be, you know, they would be good for the whole time. And but so what do you think creates that? Yeah, I was just going to say because goaltending is a very mental position. It's a very physical position, obviously, but it's a very mental position because if the goal is head is like you're choosing to stand in front of being shot at a 100 mph, this vulcanized rubber. Right. Which is why we say goalies are a little bit weird because they're willing to do that and it excites them. They're eager to do it. And so goalies really have to be focused because they have to, they have to track the puck, which is moving very, very quickly all over the place. It can deflect it and be screened. And they can, if they make just the slightest miscalculation in their movement, they get scored on, and that's not good. Right. So if they're like, there's been times where if a goalie's family member passes away or something that obviously that's going to be distracting and it'll affect them for like a season. That's interesting because it's like in other sports, they don't really talk about the emotions of the catcher. Or the emotions of what you would think. Being a quarterback of American football, right? That should be, that should be a mind game as well, right?.
"lacy" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"And they're always going to want something to protect their face. Yeah. Because there's absolutely a couple that you went a 180 miles an hour or whatever. So the one that you have, you've painted it white. Yeah. What do you think, what are you going to do? What are you thinking about? I haven't decided it's kind of like trying to pick tattoos. I have lots of different ideas, and I just have to like pick something and go with it. And I have to try to decide what kind of paint I'm gonna use because like that's I think that's acrylic paint on there and so I guess I'd have to use an acrylic paint on top of it as well. And there's still some spots that probably need a little bit more primer, but I was thinking about doing something kind of the purple and white branding that I'm so fond of, but fully decided yet. How are your art skills? I mean, could you draw if you wanted to do a print themed one? He wasn't a purple. I'm decent. I do have more graphic design these days, but I did used to draw on everything when I was younger and I'm sure I could get that muscle memory back somewhat quickly. Yeah, and I wonder if graphic design, you could do it on in some sort of program, and then superimpose it. You could draw it on the computer, and then superposition. It's funny that you mentioned that. Fun little fact here. So one of my cousins actually works for one of the companies that makes goli equipment. So I went to her public Instagram to make sure that I'm not going to get anybody in trouble. Let me tell you something. There's no more Canadian words than my cousin works at a goalie equipment company. It's a very Canadian statement. Let's go ahead. Yes. So another quick screen share here. She actually works in I think this is an Adobe acrobat, I think, but she works in one of the design programs, and she actually designs the pads for some of the goalies that are in the National Hockey League. So this here, you're seeing Jonathan quick and calli Peterson who both play for the Los Angeles kings. Oh, there's an LA team. Yes. There's actually three teams in California. Oh, wow. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So this is and this is the kings used to have a purple and gold color scheme. So this is now their retro kind of look. And these were kind of design concepts that she created for those two goalies that would have been used at some point. What are the different thing in the middle that looks like a sitting chart for a delta? What is that just the shin guards? Or no, that's just the side view. Okay. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I can give you a second here. I'll bring up another picture that will make that a little bit easier for you there. No worries. Yeah, so there we go. So she did exactly that, yeah. Yeah, so this thing, there's a picture. Sorry, I realize I'm not describing things as much as I intended to. I'm also talking over you. Feel free to push your agenda, which I totally appreciate. So we're currently looking at a photo a back view from behind of a.
"lacy" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"So eyeholes look big enough for a puck to go through. I mean, that would be just barely small enough, but there has been a couple of instances where a shot has been hard enough that it has gotten lodged in that hole and actually enough got through to cause like a cut and then bleeding. Oh my gosh. Yeah. That's a dangerous game. It's what I'm hearing there. And so yeah. So yeah. Yeah, this is kind of what they look like these days are very like airbrushed and ice shiny silver bars. That is a van. That is if it's rock and don't come a knockin. It was very much. It looks like a venom mask kind of actually. I hadn't thought of that. And that's one of the things I got. I've got a folder that I call just classic designs because there's a debate in the hockey world, especially amongst people who consider themselves goalie fans because we're the quirky ones. Goalies are the weirdos in hockey. Okay. They're known for being very eccentric and that's kind of I think part of how this all evolved. But yeah, there's a lot of cleaner designs and simpler designs that a lot of people say, that's what's best because it's not distracting. It's not too busy. I think they're a little bit more boring personally, and I'm kind of I think in maybe the minority on that. Well, and it's interesting because the fact that there are just goalie fans, they're just like this specific job, right? On the team, because they are kind of their own they're very unique. And I wonder if there's goalie bars. It's like, we're just going to go hang out with the other goalies. And what are your favorite do you have color schemes that you like? Do you like it when there? Because you like it when they're busy, you said, right? I do like the more artistic, more detailed ones. So I guess I can show some of those. Very video oriented. Go to YouTube, dot com. I will try, I'm gonna try to describe things a little bit because I know how annoying it can be to try to listen to something and be like, oh, look at this. Look at this. It's just like, it's an audio format. But you have the video and we use it. So yeah, okay, where did that go? I'm just trying to find oh there it is. Okay, so this is a pretty cool idea here. This one actually glows in the dark. Oh, that's another funky, yeah. So this is a this belong to a goalie named Ben bishop when he played with a Tampa Bay lightning. Okay. So it's kind of like a Tron inspired design, so that's kind of nerdy in its own right?.
"lacy" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"The notes. Listen to a podcast. Look at a creation, but here's I am slightly confused. Whenever someone wants to work out about sports or music, I spend an hour playing catch up. And that's fine. Because it's super fun. But it seems to be the art, the artistic angle of hockey. Yes, essentially. Yes. Well, this is actually because I don't know anything about hockey. I know that everyone can say that. But that's all I know. I figured you're probably not so big into sports ball. I want all of your teams to win. This one, we know. I hope it all works out for you. And but what, okay, so what's your do you have a particular, let's just do hockey in general for a second. Do you have a hockey team that you enjoy? Yes, I have. So the local team, the home, I'm in Toronto, so I do follow the Toronto Maple Leafs. They're not always that good. But I do follow them. I understand that. I understand that it's not a prerequisite to love a team. It is not. It's just geography. It seems to be just geography. And so for the listeners who maybe are just listening, I can't see. I'm currently wearing a purple and white hockey fights cancer Jersey, which has the maple leaf slogan on it. Oh, what are their normal colors? Blue and white. Blue and white. Okay, so that is my brand is purple. So yeah. Oh yeah, yeah, there's no reason to. So blue and white is the team's color, and then they did a special charity event and created that. So the cool thing is, it was a legal art initiative, so I'm pretty sure every team in the whole league did purple jerseys one year. So, oh wow. I thought about, yeah, I thought about getting one of these for my second team, which is the Minnesota wild actually. Okay. Close to your hometown. Sure. Sure. Is there a team in Wisconsin? They're used to admirals. There might be like a minor league team, like yeah, but there's not any NHL teams in there, I don't think. Fair enough. And so have you seen a lot of live hockey? We can get to the art in a second. I just need some basic hockey talk. I have not been to an NHL game, but I have been to a minor league game. Oh, which is sometimes kind of better because you can get closer and you can see people really being jet like athletic up close where you're like, holy smokes. Yeah. Did you ever play hockey? I played a roller hockey when I was a teenager. I was not very good. But did you enjoy it? Yes. There you go. Now, okay, so we got the basics. Hockey, hockey is a sport played on ice. Two teams. You try to get the puck in the opposite person's goal..
"lacy" Discussed on Wake Up With Gratitude
"Is a registered board certified and licensed art therapist. She's been practicing in the Washington D.C. area since 1999. And she's the author of the color me series. Including color me grateful, which has since gone out of print she sold so many of them ended up dated. It's now called there's a B grateful and color version of it. And it's incredible what she has done in this space with these adult coloring books, but not only that, she also created an incredible experience for moms and daughters called mom and me and art journal to share create and connect side by side. She is truly incredible in this work that she's done on the side of her profession and I have to say that when I started reading more and learning more about you, lacy, I was just amazed at how you got all this done. But as I always like to start my podcast, I love to hear the story behind the art therapist. You know, did you always have a passion for R or did the therapy part come first? I'm curious about how you became an art therapist. Great question. Art was something I did since I can remember. So it was just a hobby, something I always did to classes in school, it took classes in the community. But I just did it as a hobby, something I really enjoyed doing, but never planned to do anything with it as a career. So what I really wanted to do was I wanted to become a psychologist. That's what I was going to do. That was kind of something in middle school that came up for me as a career option. I had a lot of friends who would come to me with all their problems. And I liked helping them and they seemed to just come to me whether I asked them to or not. And I thought, well, maybe I should do this and get paid for it. So yeah, so I took psychology in high school, my senior year, sociology and psychology to make sure that's what I wanted to major in. And that's solidified my idea to become a psychologist. But while I was in the class, one of the videos talked about, I think it was people with schizophrenia.
"lacy" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"It's more than anything is just about being consistent and for me. It's it's very tough. Because i have so many people that pull let me in so many different directions. I feel like. I have to be there for everybody. All the time witch. That's a huge focus. A huge priority for me not just for the business but of course for my family as well too so it leaves me still being in production. It's a challenge that i have right now basilic. It doesn't always leave as much time for me in to do the things that i need to do. I often get put on the back burner and increasing you mentioned the scheduling gym workouts. And that's one thing that is really important to me. But lately i'm taking those off the calendar i forgot. Someone's like i need your help your like all gem time off you can help you. The gym can wait and intern. Than i always get upset because when i don't feel as good and i look forward. Those gym workouts are de stressor to me and so i really look to them so i would just say. The big thing is make sure that you're just following that calendar in your staying very consistent and you're always gonna get distractions that come up. But don't let those distractions get in the way and went out because otherwise next thing you know your calendar is going to be ruin your life versus the other way around and you're gonna get yourself in a downward spiral that's really hard. At least it's really hard to get out of it. Well we're definitely going to have you back because you are a wealth of knowledge. It's always a pleasure to do anything with you. Lacy so thank you so much for your time today And he tries to moms in real estate podcasts. Every thursdays you can also find us on itunes youtube on the moms in real estate instagram or facebook so please connect with us and let us know if his any moms out. There are really great women in real estate that should be featured like lacy and if you guys go way back three years ago you can actually see lacy on moms real estate one of our first guest when we first started the podcasts up on youtube. That's right thank you again lazy. Thank you guys for watching thanks great..
"lacy" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Hey everyone i'm angela. Ask fazio. And i'm kristin cantrell and mrs moms in real estate girl. Educate yourself were really excited about beautiful. Lacy leaving being our guesting. She's got six kids between her and her husband. Four are still at home and she runs a team of eight in real estate and they pose a hundred forty nine transactions last year. And she's going to actually share with us how she runs a successful team as well as a successful family. Let's get started to get started. I'm so excited. Lacy thank you so much for having me Hi everybody has angela mission. I'm lacey lehman I've been in the business for almost sixteen years now. I have six kids at home so as angeles mentioning or i'm sorry. I have six kids total or that are still home. We've got a growing team We just added two new members star teams. We currently have eight and yeah life is definitely been kinda crazy right now Everybody knows we've had a whole school thing. Our kids in school are we out of school. Are rebecca what we do here so trying to run the household with the kids and then also expanding our team so we are a little bit more of a smaller but growing so i helped do a lot of the training that takes place so that has been kinda fun to just get everything up and running trying to manage between the house and the kids and then manage the growing team and everything that's taken place. Life is definitely not not busy right now but for no mori again. I mean six kids along is than you have eight team members and then your husband just had back surgeries. You have a law of moving parts. Yes there's a lot going on in my world right now for sure and are you selling production i am. I just going to make you say your impacts. You've got a large family. You're educating in helping guide your team I know our audiences is gonna wanna know Let's start with bike your team in how you manage your time in how you keep them a growing while still being in production. Let's start that part. Okay so i live and die by my calendar. Anybody who knows me will always hear me say it's not on my calendar is isn't happening them with everything that's going on i have. I have time block. I have to be very strategic on how i set up my days. I'm so i use my calendar for everything for business for personal Team they don't need to know about my kids activities than what. I need to schedule. Time to go to the grocery store. Because yes i have to do that as well But they can see my business calendar so they have access to everything everybody. My team knows that whenever are newer agents there are more than will come shadowy All the time but again if it's not on the calendar it just doesn't happen so time blocking is that i feel i have gotten really good at because i need to I have to be able to schedulers times for follow. Ups for my clients might personal business than i have to schedule the time where i'm training and working with some of our our currency members or new team members and then also there's my kids..
"lacy" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast
"How they can follow. You can get to know you a little bit better and maybe if it's a woman or even a couple that's listening how they can partner or even work with you. Tell me about that. But i didn't want to see. Just one thing off what you said. Because i don't want people to think is so easy right. So when we look at people's boundaries their lack of or their boundaries will tell us two things about them how they feel about their self worth and their self esteem because a lot of times people you know when we look at the situation about the men being older sometimes. They don't realize anything wrong with that picture. Because they were birthed in an environment of chaos so they continue to create the place of chaos. Or you know there are certain. Put a little responsibility on us as mom. Sometimes we can keep our boys Wanting to boys because we need to be needed by them when we don't have a healthy male in our life and i've seen that more times than not so apart partly of that is emotional. Immaturity immaturity right. So if i was looking in your life michael and a new and your wife or your worst timing your relationship and you were fighting and i was to ask her how old it feel how old michael field where you're talking about him but she was up probably like twelve. There's probably some truth to that right. We all have stuck a you know my stuck ages fourteen. I had a lot of stuff happened. Fourteen so i can ten percent. You catch mitterrand wrong. That could be a fourteen year old girl but my Heels on the ground so we need to understand where we were wounded at in. That will tell us how we feel about ourselves and where we need to build ourselves self esteem in our self worth so where people can find me at my We have a full counting center in the orlando area. Life counting solutions. Tim therapists we all specialize in different areas but janey late dot com on social media..
"lacy" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast
"Right like do right because there's a reason why women live longer than than men right and it's like i brought back to that that story about mordechai my pastor challenges to take a simple person in the bible and talk about the impact that they made right and mordechai made a massive impact because he saved the jews right like he literally took in this young girl who changed the world really basically when you look my wife's favorite character..
"lacy" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast
"I didn't know that that codependency in the sense that we give to everyone else and then we feel good about ourselves in the end and then we expect for tied to the outcome and is this is the most simplest way that i want people to think about it. When we get into our dysfunction of codependency there's also wanna use this term for the sake of our conversation. Sometimes we can get into these addictive patterns of benishi to be needed and a need to rescue and when we study. There's something dysfunctional relationships co-dependency raining there. The rescue are so there's something that's called the carpets triangle. And when we're in a dysfunctional relationship we'll play. One of three roles is we. Are that rescue. Which will fall into the codependency or we are the prosecutor where the one causing harm or the rescuer and the prosecutor and then the third one will come to me in a minute but when we're looking at these dynamics we're looking at the sense that if i rescue them and they listen to all the things that they've said it's going to feed me and i'm going to feel good about myself. Bursts is there in my business for the one of the lessons that i've learned in my own codependency recovery. Michael was one of my mentor said to me. We're talking about the situation. That i was in and he said janey you're not as discerning as you thought you were and it was at. I was thinking this. I was always thinking ahead discernment and he said. Well you were so discerning. You wouldn't be in this situation and this is this is what i've learned. Mike about that is. I was looking for the cobras. I was looking for the strike when it was a python. Who i let close to me. Who i let near to me was slowly squeezing me so squeezing me and like you said i saw the signs but in your mind you think that you are above and that it wouldn't happen to you and that at all the.
"lacy" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast
"I'm i'll be honest with you. I'm holding back some. I'm not holding them back on me. Be real not holding back. I got some tears. And i got some emotional thoughts because You know i. I look at people that reheat those teams same type of patterns. You know. I read a great book. Awhile i'm a reader more now reading now more than ever like a cup you can see behind me as my bookshelf. Have other ones. My wife has if we we should have a room for books but the funny thing is is you know. I read a book by sandy hotchkiss called the seven deadly sins of narcissism accountant. If you've ever read it it's just it. The name of the book is called wise. It always about me right and if you think about that it's like It's not about you. i like we we were. We were at our school of ministry this past weekend and we were talking about mordechai in the bible and about how everything he did. He was in relationship with people but it wasn't about him. It was about him lifting people up in drawing people and as he did that all of the healing happened with everybody around him and how he he took at like you said he took esther on his own. And and when. I think about that i think about a mistake in my life. And maybe you can talk about this in detail. I talked about codependency. right I had a friend that will mention his name. 'cause people heard it they would know who it was my friends right and people that know me and then i just wanted stuff for him and his i he. I loved it right. My wife loved him like he had no friends. You know he had no deep friends. He had all these surface friends that were just like him over weight at you know just out of the world had a lot of money but didn't were broken inside right and my wife kept saying. Are you sure this is worth it for us to continue on in this friendship and the things that we do in the time that we invest in him and you know we both love him and she's like but that doesn't mean anything honey in the long run it's about it's about what are we fulfilling god's plea purpose in calling for our life in for mark. Sorry we'll be out but but but the funny thing is is it's like what are we doing and then allow that to happen. And then he brought a guy into our life literally almost bankrupted us and ruined her life. And i thought then the signs were all there the everything that i knew about what i needed to do. Was there and then. Now you get to that point your remorse and you're thinking man. I wish i could have that back. I wish i could have that five hundred thousand dollars that we lost back and nowadays with what we know. Now everybody looked at cova. Kind of janey. As this i looked at it from a different point. I looked at it as healing and restoration and people looked at it as a pandemic in people died and and you know i heard a story. I went back to my old church. Because my pastor and his wife were moving they were retiring from the church but moving into doing their own ministry outside and listen to the regional director. Tell me how his family all got covid and how the mother of wife died during covid from it but they didn't look at the death as a negative they at it as a positive and how drew their family together and allow them to spend more time with their dad and i think when we look at those take circumstances in relationships for me that co-dependency led me so i know you talked about a little bit but maybe you can expound on it just a little bit so people can understand the toxicity of codependent relationships..
"lacy" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast
"So when i go into business settings. I'll talk actually michael. Bob bloom where you're planted face where you're i like to go into business. Meetings were business. Women are at you know and being in orlando. I will go to different women executive meetings and i don't talk anything about toxic relationships but i will drop a hint in there and usually a woman will pick up the hint and in that will show remember or she'll see me on a on a news broadcast talking about something and they will make that secret call and say. Is this really confidential. Because there's so much shame in that. Have all altogether. I'm a news broadcaster. i'm on this. I'm doing that and everyone sees me as having my life all together but you know. I really have this situation where i realized that the what area that i can't get right as my relationships and when i look back i wasn't able to save my sister. Many people know someone that's been in a toxic relationship they themselves are in a toxic relationship or they've been in a toxic relationship themself and haven't got to the place where that friend or family member has come to them and they watched in a scene that it wasn't a healthy relationship but i pray the day that most people never get the day that our family had was where there's no there's no turning back right. That toxic relationship was the end of life. So the way that i use my purpose. My mission my experience. My education is to help women. He'll and helping women he'll is not just saying i'm looking in the and that i'm a i'm worthy of love. Most people their patterns have to be broken because they have to understand where they were wounded..
"lacy" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast
"So when we look at the fruit attracts fruit couple of things that people need to do is look at the patterns. Not a problem because we all have problems. Problems are things that we can work through can get through but the patterns of the things that keeps showing up so if someone's listening is freshly relationship wise and the same type of person. His name is not bob. But it's now it's the same type of dynamic or you feel the same in that relationship. There's a clue that there's a common denominator that there's something inside of you that needs to be healed know. We've all been there and done that. But sometimes people feel afraid to say something because they be okay. I'm making. I'm running a million dollar business or have all these other things so i don't want to admit that i have a flaw because usually in that codependency model we've put ourselves in a martyr position. We think we're better. We don't say what you think from a dysfunctional standpoint. You think you're better always right and you'll hear these comments. People will hear these comments door.
Interview With Actor, Producer, Jason Blum
"Great to speak with you. Jason thank you for making the time. And i guess just to start at the very beginning. Can you share with our viewers. Where were you born and raised in. Did your folks do for a living sure. I was born actually in los angeles. I moved to new york when i was very young. My dad was an art dealer. Had a gallery in l. a. Actually called the ferris gallery. Which is my middle name gave warhol his first west coast show. Showed the soup cans there ferris gallery and my mother was not historian They're both still alive. My mom was a professor of art history. She taught different here in l. A. sheets sutter riverside and on the east coast. She spent most of her time teaching at a suny purchase. She's retired now But i definitely grew up with artists than in the arts and with two parents who were in the arts and had not had those parents. I probably would have been doing something else so i guess you know i know that you eventually went off to vassar but before that if you can think back to your adolescence and there may be people at that stage who are watching or listening or whatever. I'm just curious. Do you remember what your interests and passions were as as a kid. Sure i definitely do I've actually been thinking a lot about my adolescence. Because i just read this great book which i would highly recommend to all all of you Fellow zuma's out there called notes on silencing and it's By by a woman named lacey crawford i met her the other day and It's about her experience at saint. Paul's not a good experience. But it's it's it was it. May i've been thinking a lot about my adolescence. Because i went to boarding school as well. I went to go called taft before that went to public school outside of new york city. I grew up in a little town called dobbs ferry
"lacy" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast
"The current environment austerity is not really doable. Politically and in a democracy. Unless of course someone forces on you but says we're all over a added who is be the enforcement agent so what we do is we just keeping taking on more and more debt. And what's amazing to may. Is that people. Think that if we just take on a large enough amount of more new debt it will somehow kick start the economy into higher predicted. And where we're going to find out. Is this two point nine trillion every bar. This year was a very fleeting benefit. And so what is this shelter from the storm. I hear people like peter's the hand saying hey the us. Because we had vaccines out. I we're going to have our economy started first. We're going to get out way ahead of everybody else and that's going to be great for us. Is that a big enough shelter from the storm. How in the world does anybody that says. I see what what dr hunted saying and i wanna get out of of this trouble or are we just all on this tanic together well We get a headstart. We would i twelve with major vaccination and that gives us a marginal benefit and jaded mind. Both europe and japan client economically first-quarter. Mean that's already have their number down we gain for sport they they But that benefit will pass and some people say well. Productivity sites other wilder productivity will come. Let's bill gates. But i don't i don't think that productivity will tell you why and the amazon by the work of dr robert gordon northwestern growth and has sequel call the rise and fall of american economic growth. Dr gordon points out. Is that in the heyday of american economic growth from nineteen from eighteen. Seventy two one thousand nine hundred seventy. We had what he called. Five revolutionary inventions questioning engines transmission of electricity modern sanitation modern communication pharmaceuticals chemicals..
Sales Is Just Helping People Get What They Want
"Today. Unshareable kate lacy is a business strategist mindset mentor and sales yogi. I'm talking to her from all the way across the pond. She's in australia. Welcome to sharable today kate. Hey jeff today are nice money from around the well where are you. Listeners may all around the world. I'm guessing year we have people. Listen to sharable from literally all over. I've looked at our analytics and like we have people that are tuning in from like Countries in northern africa from some people in all over asia got some listeners in singapore so like i mean the majority of the listeners are in the us probably second only to canada. And then i think actually our third largest audience isn't australia if i'm not mistaken so that works. Yes everybody out. Been listening all right. So let's talk a little bit about you know some of your backgrounds. Many things you've done today. We're going to talk mostly about sales. A lot of the ins and outs of. I knew you're really big on giving people value driven tips ways to be better at sales. A lot of your career was launched in the wake of helping people better understand sales. So i want to talk about a couple parts of your early career because i think it sets nice context for getting into getting into the work that you're currently doing so part of your background and correct me if i'm wrong but really really early in your career. Actually you were a top. Recruitment consultant australia correct. So like you were working in the world of recruiting. So that's actually a really interesting way to start off getting into sales just because you're selling the idea of working for a particular company you in many cases kind of cold call people and have these develop warmth initially. Can you talk a little bit about how you dropped into that. And maybe some of the early things you learn from that and how it it it may brought you to this place that you are now saw. I saw i. I keep failing into it when a just to take it back at a step i really want to wait for these hair. Care company like these really kinda cool funding you. What i called up based site manager and basically got myself an interview and sat in front of him and he said. Get all your soy. Your real dog I love you with got reps in every single part of the company right now majority have room floor. But would you mind if i pass on your data files to one of my best buddies. Who are no nate. someone so i said yes. I ended up in
"lacy" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex
"This might make you uncomfortable. Trion this might make you uncomfortable. Te hey this is easy. Mrs flynn and we really enjoy having sex with each other. We love now but one back. A couple of years and things were going very well. What happened there. We winter human face which was awesome and then we went through the no surveys really any six face an hour on a mission to work out. What exactly happens to make sex drop in long term relationships. Yeah because we wanted to know. How is it possible. We'd gone from a loads of sex like flying unicorns helping across a rainbow in the honeymoon days to barely having sex at all. We decided to flip that shit and look at what was not working in our relationship and change it lacey's pointing at me about how six our relationship what was funky with it and how we didn't break up. We decided to fix about breaking up. Did you always deeply pissed off and on you. The sex love was the major issue so we didn't break. We decided to fix our sex life and in digging deeply into our sex life over the course of many years we healed so many parts of ourselves and ultimately created an epic relationship in our fucking soups happy. Prosise amazing shit during sex. How we do. And we've built it as the cornerstone of our lives. Yes so we dedicate ourselves to sex like it was our business and then we made teaching other people about their sex lives are actual business. So we've taught thousands of singles and couples around the world how to communicate how to heal rejection and resistance all these things that keep people from having soulful satisfying relationships and sex lives because spoiler alert your relationship to sex underpins so much of your life. It's six education people. Sometimes they're even going to have sex and break it down for you in the show. Yeah we'll also invite special guests into the conversation and even answer your personal questions live on the show to help transform your own relationship and sex life through small make you uncomfortable yes it might also make you super excited but if you follow along with us and you dig into this work we will not only change your sex life will change you as a person so tune in on your favorite and follow or subscribe right now to get all the latest episodes and we'll keep lazy and flynn coming each week and hopefully keep you coming to. Oh oh yo archaisms. Not guaranteed orgasms. Knock aren't pleased conditions apply..
New vaccination site opens at Angel of the Winds Arena in Seattle area
"On covert vaccines. The angel of the winds Arena in Everett is now open as a mass vaccination site, Department of Emergency Management director Jason Bierman says you will need to make an appointment will be using the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Esso. We're excited that this will be certainly the firms in the county and we believe perhaps the first in the state that will actually be rolling out Use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. The first batch of the vaccine arrived in Washington State. Just this week I broke radio stone cold Jenny. X has more. Unlike Fizer and Madonna, the Johnson and Johnson vaccines don't need to be frozen. That makes them ideal for places that have had trouble keeping dose is very cold. We're sending most of R J and Jay doses to county where their allocations were a bit lower in the past. Lacy Fair and got the deputy secretary for the state's Coben 19 response says. We got about 61,000 Johnson and Johnson doses from the feds this week, but that's all we'll get for the next three weeks. After that shipment should start up again
Goodhart's Law in Reinforcement Learning
"Student at university. College london minds researches mauka manipulation if you have self trading algorithm does it learn to manipulate markets. And then going from that. How'd you stop it for many players in the market on cutting more generally how do you tell algorithm which runs a policy. How do you tell it. The certain things are illegal. Should be done. So it's kinda taking me on more security journey than i thought it would because of going into the world of experimental psychology lower because not market knows very interested in intent lieutenant and they're also interested in coz -ality my work at the moment is trying to establish will Like for an hour them and the what the beginning to be talking about today is connected to quality so is an area that really came up in my kinda full mold machine learning education and it was only probably just over a year. When i read a book by judy. Appel will the book of why a restarted get interested in the subject to causality and realize that it's something but isn't tool on isn't handled while a machine learning at all. And if you read the book. Paul is very adamant about the importance of alexey. In housing types of analysis simply can't walk without taking into account so it drew a question in my mind is wide or how machines machine learning techniques reinforcement dining. what when there's no explicit treatment of causality. it's all so that led to the dog brought to pipe official quoted by fulminate cool cool combo good health law enforcement butting so a reinforcement learning should be all about causality. You have an agent. He chooses actions that she's actions. That somehow changes the world. They receive some kind of award the world changes and so on so you think that reinforcement learning calls aleksey guy well together and actually if you to believe bill. They can't walk reinforcement. Dining should be able to work if causality isn't explicitly treated. But if you look at sutton a barter which is the canonical text on reinforcement. Learning a search for the wet causality. Causal anything like that pays exactly zero times in the book. So someone's gotta be wrong. Eva wrong in saying that actually k. nikon generate any kind of policy to solve a problem or reinforcement dining extremely lucky so far in the Questions that they've studied have contained any kind of interesting causal structure. I agree that the word causality is suspiciously missing from most of the reinforcement literature. Books and papers. I've encountered but it almost feels like it could be there implicitly. Could this just be a matter of semantics. Well that's the great hope from deep reinforcement dining. I guess that ye somehow by involving date neural network in order this somehow in that your network which is unknowable. Mysterious does the job of analysing causality. It doesn't automatically so you don't need to think about it. And it's done you don't need to worry about to me fulfillment dining works. So let's move on. And i guess there is an element of that because reinforcement dining does work. But it just made me think about if you look in science. In general there's a long history of humans discovery techniques which work with before actually understanding why they work so i was thinking about i on the on age was five hundred bc even saudi arabia and to make land. You need to take on all you. Smelted with coke and the coke burns in the air that produces carbon monoxide to carbon monoxide displaces. The oxide in the side which then lacey with real on so at what point in human silenced. It be realized that was happening. Probably two years lights may be seventeen eighteen. Hundreds ole is time. We still had on tools. Said he didn't really matter that we didn't know why what it did kind of walk on. I like bit to reinforcement learning. Maybe the process. Which does what. It's a bit mysterious. Maybe ego to do things to get it to work. But the actual understanding as to white wax isn't diane. I think without an understanding of sally cardi understand. Why rainbow sledding works. I can pull out a textbook or maybe go
Loneliness in science fiction with Aliya Whiteley
"Welcome to breaking the glass slipper. I'm mcginley i'm short bond and i'm lacey handsome space. The final frontier an empty endless expensive nothing teeming with life. But you really need to look beyond the confines of our will to find loneliness. We are currently fighting pandemic and in its wake a loneliness epidemic despite a constant striving for companionship. It could be said that to be lonely is to be human. And what's more human than exploring our hopes and fizz in literature so here to help us discuss loneliness and the human condition a seen through the science fiction lens is the incomparable leah. Whiteley thank you for joining us today. Would you please like to introduce yourself to our listeners. Even though you have been on once before but we love you so much that you all here to join us again. I have been on before. I'm delighted to be here again. I thank you for that I'm elliot wisely right strange novels and short stories up and doing that for a while. That's that's it. that's what i do. Oh i should probably say the sky is the is the new one. That's coming in march. Yes and it's very good. I just finished it and enjoy it. That's good yes. I think i was explaining to my partner like your books. I heart this. You find this compliments for me. You'll books up fabulously weird. That's definitely a compliment. Yeah okay. I like it. When books really surprised me. So i try and write books already surprise other people. Get what you think. I just don't know where this is going to go. I think that's that's kind of what i'm aiming for time so definitely achieved beauty. I'd really did. Yeah i think i really. I really pushed that. Want as far as i possibly could so successfully. No i say. I was a recommend not people was think about all well my recommending this to in it could be okay with that. Yeah they're going to be okay with it. Yeah i know what you mean you need to check with is going to be the right audience for it but i do. I do love it when people come to that one and and read it through for the first time. so let's carry on and turn our minds to loneliness. Wow yeah i want to apologize to everybody for the whole just about to sit here and talk for an hour by loneliness which might not be what anybody wants to talk about it right now. So there we go there. Is that but meziane on the coal. Let's turn it is topical but also we talk about learning. There's an understanding linus. Maybe we'll come to find some sort of feeling of togetherness and now. I feel a bit like some sort of hippie but yes that is the thing about loneliness isn't it. Is the paradox at the heart of it. Is you got to be able to describe it to somebody else to achieve togetherness loneliness togetherness and as you say. It's a little bit strange okay. Well let's let's start. So why do you think that stories of of isolation and loneliness so common particularly in saifi so. I think that i hadn't really thought about it in those terms in till you kinda said that. That's where the conversation Might go in preparation for this and Then it really reminded me of a bike. Do dote sorry for that. It reminds me of when i used to be a chambermaid. For years in my in my teenage years. I used to work hotel over the summer months and one day i was doing the rhymes and went into room twenty-seven and walked in there and just had the strongest sation that something wasn't right but i couldn't have put my finger on what it was and then i saw like a very big black fly on the wall. I just had that feeling that something wasn't right. And i saw another fly and another one i turned around in the hole behind me was just covered in flies. Just black with them. They'd kind of blocked there all over the windows while they blocked at the sunlight. And i went downstairs and said we're gonna fly problem in room twenty seven and i was presented with account of fly spray and towed to to go and deal with it tonight and i felt extreme loneliness as i walked. Walked back to that room to to deal with the fly. Problem and sort of sprayed halfheartedly with the counter fly spray at a few of them and just thought this is. This is never going to. This is never going to work and Yes i think once you start looking at the doesn't think back in truck in a strange way. Once you start looking at the loneliness in saifi then you you see. It won't twice. She said three times. And then you turn ryan. It's just absolutely everywhere. I'm beginning to think it might be the pervasive factor in in science fiction and even in literature in general it fights like the loneliness of the human condition. Yeah so that's where. I am with that right now but i wasn't really thinking about that until you asked me about loneliness now. It's kind of all. I can think about right now. So thank you.
Hidcote: Behind glass at the plant shelter
"Here though to talk about the plant shelter. Which is the domain. Where i am sure. Many of my listeners would be heading. I as enthusiasts of plants behind glass. They is far grander. I'm sure than anything that i can offer in my own. My own discard. And how big is the plot shelter in. What kind of things are in there. The plan shelter as off the top of my head about thirty meters boy. Five or six meters. It's made range runs from east to west and it has glass on this southern front but it has a solid war on the back on the northern the northern aspect. Well sounds perfect for so many plants. i bet it's a nice place to retire to Chillier days just fine things go and do the plant shelter for the weather's terrible. It's definitely one that you don't need to draw. Draw zone when when the opportunity presents itself. It's a love space nicely protected but is a particularly interesting sort of structure in itself in that it was designed. I imagine boy johnson himself. He had studied architecture in america before he came here and the front the south front that is laced actually can be removed and so becomes as who came out the garden rooms. It becomes another room in the garden during the summertime because it has that kind of open aspects which we then plant very much on the front and we can bring pulse right to the front of it said that their cascading out into the garden sound school just and is everything in pots or in bed. Is the beds in there as well. Yeah there are some beds. Although i think the foundations of seat to some extent contain those beds. But there's also a lot of pulse helps us with displays in terms and be able to move things around as things sort of off lowering. We're looking their best. What's looking good right now. We're now recording in the start of february. Yeah there's there's not a huge amount. We have done some work in that recently. A one thing that is actually incredibly striking is the halden. Bogia via lacy is just so vivid in its color it's Pending racine purple flowers just over at the moment that they're looking spectacular is not a big plant in bed. Or it's been trained up one of the pillars so Once we get to the summertime in glazed fronts komo fits sort of does a bit of both This evergreen climber that's twenty is way the pillar and we do 'em Holiday cuts on nas jay. So it's it's still making its way back up. The pillar feel like but still looking stunning and as flowering really well. Is that one of the challenges of an environment protected environment like that. I'm thinking back to my rhs level to hear protected environments of the challenge of overprotected environment. That you know things grow so well that you do need to hack them back a bit. I occasionally and get things back under control. Because you've got a limited space you've got to form that this not movable and even though you can take the front off in the summer there's only so much space yes. A number of climates make their way to the top instead of seemed to feel like they'd be better outside but identity then would think that when they get to the cold weather in the winter but things the jasmine which eater has incredible heady sent in the middle of summer is is amazing but was a real tyrant this year because it had gone way over the top of pillows and then it just created this mass which we then found a pigeon nesting in an embarrassing say. Do try and keep things a little bit more in control and we run that balance. All the time johnson was at an incredible plants person and he would have wanted to have filled it with with every innumerable varieties of plants. And we want to do the same but you will say well to be able to call them well and encouraged to grow in in the way that we can look off them so that they're not making Plant health problem than not to the harboring disease. All about or anything like
2 dead after separate shootings in Prince George's Co.
"Separate shootings in Prince George's County. Last night. The first happened around 8 50 on Shady Side Avenue near Lacey Avenue in Suitland, leaving a man dead. Prince George's County Police say the victim took himself to the hospital after being shot. And soon after. They're getting there. He died. The second shooting left a woman dead and happened around 11 30 on Hamilton Street near Edmonston Road in east Riverdale. Police say they found the wounded man in a parking lot and the wounded woman in a parking lot and took her to a hospital where she later died. No arrests have been made in either of the shootings, and police have called both homicides. Police are asking the public to call with any information about the incidents. Maura area,
"lacy" Discussed on Pantheon
"Releasing another single off of when you put out a new album during pandemic as we are in and how what is the thought price. How does it differ for you guys under normal circumstances Well i think the only way it really differs. Is that like you can't like tour with your new material you know That's the only thing really like honestly most of our fans come from things that we've release Not so much the light show so i think that that's the only thing that's very different from it. And honestly what we can do right now. So you know you have to you. Yeah no i. I've done a few interviews where you know they say the same thing. Well i mean our fans are waiting for new music. So why should we deprive them of new music. And we'll tour again someday. Play out live. Someday we'll just have more material and also to one of the An interesting perspective that I heard in a previous interview was released new material. This is from a band. Is this from jam. Bush who's in armored saint and they've been around for a while usually when released new album and the material comes out and we start playing it live people. Go get their beer. They go get their whatever during those socks will. Now that the album's out and were not touring and people are listening to it. They have a chance to sit with more. And listen to it because there's really not much else to do except listen to new music and check it out and become a fan of that so it kinda works in your favor by having music that people will be listening to and familiar with and then you guys tour at some point and you know it kinda works for everybody in that in that way. Yeah for sure. That's a really good point when you're creating music time and you know let's face it. It's not the same as normal living every day. Is it hard to be creative when you're doing the same things and you're not living your life like you used to. Yeah sure answer is yes So we re recorded Four song five five songs off of this album so gonna be coming out So we had been writing. Those songs can kinda during Ten times but Those ones we've been writing for like a lot a longer period of time so it was easy for us to just like when we got to that point just to make them better and not over thank them you know But these last four funds that we just recorded were definitely harder to right. And i think we we brought them like almost all of them. We wrote them in. Mom's those four phones which is like pretty short amount of time and even when we went into the studio one of the songs was like no auto even not even complete. I didn't have melody to it but at the same time. It kind of forcing you to to not over. Think things because yeah everything is the same kind of mundane and Everybody going better right now. or a lot better right now so I will definitely say that. It was a little harder to write. Write these last song for sure getting back to bourbon house in the history. Where did you guys. How did you guys for well. Engaged then We actually we were doing Like to cover shows You know just to get out there and it was just fun like that's just all we were doing. We're playing a lot of like zeppelin and like all blew the kind of stuff And that's when we came up with the name actually before we even had an original band or even thought of being original ban We're wrong. That sounds like blue blue rocky We're like a bourbon street and the fun house together. Bamber now So we did that For for a couple of years and then We just decided we were like okay. We're kind of over this now You know doing other people's songs that's fun and great and whatever but like who want to push ourselves to do something different so try writing and we ended up writing Still just me and jason. We wrote our ep or entire ep on a neutral sticky tar And we were just going to play the middle of mike. Play them at some shows that we have locally But then we were like what's reported these like we just kind of just wanted to keep going and just keep keep having water on the kind of So we hired some people that are that are friends of ours to do the bass and the drums we went and recorded it and Just kind of nonchalantly almost really said when i think A couple of deejays actually like picked up. You wanna br times that we were promoting on social media and were like this great music and your bones from our ep. Oh wait she actually likes it so we can just kind of progressed from there And we didn't even have a full band. What did it go from there. I mean what is the collaborative process. Now i mean you guys actually. Br brought in drummer. And a bass player and you guys period. I know you talk about you. And jason writing music. Is everybody pretty much part of the collaborative process. Yeah so usually me. And jason will write the you know just like the obviously the core of the song And then we will have a rehearsal and ryan are always know but what it needs. Hugh is knows exactly what to do To to make perform the way it's supposed to be and we go from there and we build on it and then we change it several several times But yeah usually me and jason who who right just because like like we live together like we're we're here you know it's definitely easier for us to to get together and sit down and just do it But ryan our drummer. He actually wrote one.
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Texas EquuSearch calls off search after missing Houston mother Laura Reed contacts father
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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
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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