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South Korean Hotel Chain Opens Seattle Hotel Tomorrow

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

South Korean Hotel Chain Opens Seattle Hotel Tomorrow

"Will open its first Seattle hotel tomorrow. Lottie Hotel. Seattle is only the third US hotel from Lahti Hotels and Resorts. The luxury hotel is on Fifth Avenue and his 189 rooms, including 33 Sweets. Hotel occupancy was only 35% in Seattle last month due to the pandemic. Seattle has the most

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A powerful true story of love and survival

The Frankie Boyer Show

04:37 min | 2 years ago

A powerful true story of love and survival

"Welcome back in his Frankie Boyer and joining us now is Heather Morrison. This book is getting all my gosh. Heather, congratulations. You have written this magnificent international bestseller. It's the tattooist of offshoots. But it's based on a powerful true story of love and survival in. I mean. First of all, this this book was based on someone that you that you met tell us a little bit about the the story. And how it all came about? And how it unfolded for you? I'm at Lahti Stockard off when he was seven years of age, and it was just following the discipline. His wife. The wife who he made smells with concentration camp when you held her hand and tetris number onto haram. And look into here is and told me sixty years later, I knew that sick. And I could never love another. To me him. I got to meet him at the worst time this life. Starting the few months. I was with him. He kept telling me to hurry up in my story. Had you finish my book it because he wanted to be with Keita. Did he hadn't told me the full story at that point? I had worked out very quickly that I will sitting with living history. If I could just get through to him. And get the story that I would have this wonderful path of story to tell and then it happened. One day one of his dogs who always fetch with us while we were talking and he was starting tennis full for them. One of the dogs came up with tennis Boylan her mouth, and he reached down take it and she grabs him, and he gave her a smack not taking me the meetable and you out again, and she turned around and put her head on my lap. I took the tennis blood out of the house. I have on my shoulder, and she and bam. Bam fought for us and letty tuned to me, and my da my dog is like you, and like you you can tell my story. Wow. Now, I had him. Wow. So. He was a very likeable, man. And was able to get a lot of perks in and do things that most of the the people in in the concentration camps could not get away with and as someone who did the twos. For the new. Not snow tonight, and he didn't deny and my shy away from the fact that having a phenotype list, he was a privileged person. He was given his own room and block. Which way the run the people wouldn't having. But more importantly and having the vote he had he had freedom of movement around Becca now, and Auschwitz he could be Santini anywhere anytime and number he quoted numbering not issuing to number people. And so the book the other ways the tattoo protective Etta walked amongst them going to do his job. That gave him access to get from the girls. Brave. Brave girls smuggled houses, the building with all the money and jewels, and I would slip them money. He befriended local villages, and you know, that was one of the things that surprised me hearing his story. Villages came into beckon every day to work Monday to Friday nine to five just like I did. And. A two carat diamond. And I would bring him back less afraid in some stuff. The next day. From some American dollars. He could get some chocolates and he shit that around the camp. The freedom of movement privilege, personna NATO and his ability to help, and and he was able to survive, and and he was able to have this wonderful love affair. Yeah. Juliette each hometown.

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"lahti" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on Amanpour

"She was called man kill a well-known, man. Somebody who you met on of the Iroquois nation, and she was the Cherokee the chiefs. But it was the Iroquois who invited Benjamin Franklin s Satele that soy. It's remarkable. Yeah. So I didn't know that they democracy of our founding fathers without the mothers. I guess the is anyway bass their bass democracy Benjamin, Franklin invited members of the Iroquois nation to confederacy to to constitutional conference constitutional conference and base democracy on that era, quiet confederacy which was without pronouns was a complete a balance between men and women, and they're not Finnan Ratra lineal and their first question was said to be these representatives from the Iroquois nations. The first question is said to be where are the women? They couldn't understand that still being off and taught to think it's grease grease had slavery and no women excuse me. No that was not the basis of democracy. It was the native native, which is amazing lesson to learn all these years later, frankly, but you are hope Hollick and true. And that is great because hope is what keeps us all marching fluid, Gloria Steinem, Christine Lahti. Thank you so much for joining. Thank thank you. So our next guest says that America's political climate is mired in tribalism, the Neal writer, George Packer believes that people of branded by badges of identity, not of thought for example, women versus men and red versus blue not good versus bad package tells out at least Menendez how in the age of Trump fear is also drowning out moderate Republican voices. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me you've written extensively about the midterm elections. One of your most recent articles was about tribalism in America looked at a study that asks questions about tribalism what did that research? Find. Yeah. It was a group called more in common and the report was called hidden tribes. Because what they did was they wanted to find out what people believe beneath there political opinions, what are their world views. What values do they hold? So they surveyed eight thousand Americans, and they ended up dividing them into seven tribes based on answers to questions about child rearing about tradition and thority about personal responsibility versus social circumstance and from left to right. They're progressive activists, traditional liberals, passive liberals. Sort of the checked out moderates. Traditional conservatives devoted conservatives. And what they found is the two extremes. Progressive activists devoted conservatives are only about eighteen or twenty percent of the population. There the people we hear the most from we hear the the most from them. They're on cable news the most their tweets or the loudest. They are the ones who are most engaged in politics. They're also the whitest and the highest income and the closer you get to the middle. The more the income drops and the more minorities there are so the picture is of very educated well off people on each extreme making a fair amount of noise with very strong convictions and not believing in compromise or in looking for middle ground. And then a lot of people in the middle who feel ignored by the political system not heard and who wished there were more compromise and who find the tribalism of our politics depressing. Do you buy this notion of tribalism to some extent? I do. I mean, I've always felt that there is no secret majority waiting to vote for Michael Bloomberg. That's a myth technocrats and people on Wall Street may cherish. There..

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"lahti" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on Amanpour

"Now, it's evangelical trying to build a firewall for President Trump and Republicans women voters women activists and women transit's intend to be the battering ram that smashes into that wall since the twenty sixteen election women of Ma they have all been is they have run for office in on precedent in numbers feminist icon. Gloria Steinem says that she has never seen anything like it in her eighty four years on this planet Steinem has fought for women's rights since she graduated from Smith College in the early nineteen sixties and now her extraordinary life is the subject of a new play, and it's cooled Gloria alive and the actress Christine Lahti plays Steinem in the title role, his Lottie recreating glorious items address to the 2017 women's March on Washington. Sometimes we must put our bodies where our beliefs are. Sometimes pressing fend is not enough. The constitution did not begin with. I the president. It'd be gins with we the people. Gloria Steinem and her duffel ganger Christine dotty join me now. Welcome to you both you so I'm let's I describe and talk about the issues at hand right now. We've talked about an unprecedented number of women running for congress and running for governors and running for all sorts of different offices. I you Gloria what do you think the effect will be what do you hope to wake up to on Wednesday morning democracy? A little thing like that. Yeah. I mean, just look at who are elected officials have been regardless of party look at who the authority figures in our culture have been and the rising women's movement not just here. But around the world is saying, wait a minute. If the thirties don't look like the country by sex and race. And so on do we really have a democracy, and they are surging to transform us into a democracy and. Was I correct. When I said that the women, and I know you feminist as well as an actress portraying Gloria trying to shape up as the battering ram against anymore sort of wolves against women's rights. Yes. Of course. Yes. I mean because we got this radical idea that women are human beings in the sixties. It'd be kept that I don't know. And you us when it was then it was about a third and and gradually gradually gradually. It has become the majority and actually black women are on the forefront of this. And if you look at the vote, you see that black women voted something like ninety percent against Trump and fifty one percent of white women, especially married. Non college educated. Women who are dependent on their husbands voted for Trump. I'm going to get to get that in the second. But you said who would have thought it Christine, but but I read that you even said yourself that it wasn't until about the seventies. That you assumed feminism that you sort of got to grips with what it meant that it sort of affected you and that until then you had thought that being a second class citizen was a biological fact. I did I mean, I saw my mother, and I saw all my friends mothers in my suburb, basically white suburb of Detroit and saw that they were all second class citizens. They had nobody. Worked. None of these women work. They accept in the house. They were housewives and mothers and they were treated with disrespect. And I saw that and it broke my heart. But I thought well, that's just the way the world is then they went to college. And there was suddenly diversity. And it was like a whole new world. And is Sylvia Plath wrote about when she first went to Smith. She said it was like a watermelon cracked open enter feet, if it's big juicy watermelon melon of possibilities in life just cracked open. And that's how I felt when I went to college, and I learned about Gloria, and I learned about Robin Morgan and Betty for Dan, and these feminists, and it just it it became such a I opener changed my life and feminism has been my life jacket that has helped me navigate through a world that I detected finally went in the early seventies a world that didn't really respect her like women, but I so grateful to my feminine. So you credited glory with with saving your life. Yes. She used that. Would I? On first of all now and other women saved my life. Then we get it. It's contagious. When when we see someone who actually is a whole human being who is female it..

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"lahti" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"lahti" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Experts that a new show tim inside xbox will debut march tenth at noon marking the dawn of a brand new way for the team to celebrate our news our games in our fans inside xboxes many things or premier lives news broadcasts will highlight breaking announcements and a peek behind the curtain of team xbox then they kept talking about what else it would do and very peoria english it's month with thursday to me looking at the news the day i thought this was going to be the main story of the debt of the seemed likely lahti why do i sell it out so undersell it we utter sought uh we don't know and i might be wrong about this but this could be there'd intended wrecked was me monthly is to me what it sounds like his core for playstation like hey we're going to do this monthly thing 'cause they said there's going to be game announcements they're going to talk about we're aims asan and what they do that i i'm hoping that this is xbox on like hey we need to take a more proactive gene dance on on messaging and and making this kind of an event that every month xbox fans are you know recent era is like freaky freaking out about what is going to be shown in over hiding themselves i hope that it's that it does look a little loose and seen the the trailer did showed at it seems more uh old school up at noon style then i with interviews and south than unintended or by i it excites me dan reading these see this i'm reading v insure paragraph to it on in wash the trailer but just the thumbnail a trailer just made me think icu it's another this is me knocking yet another corporate hey here's what's going on an xbox which will be like what chorus hey what's going on placed issues i mean it through there we don't know announcements i i'm i'm hoping that it is more in line with xbox and microsoft vision of what their direct would be uh and that i i hope that a lot of headlines come out every month from this guy i hope that is the type of thing where even if it is just new features in seve thieves it's not just like.

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"lahti" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Cut a deal figure something out a happy place where both sides can walk away thinking they want and then you move onto the next nonsense anyway that's the story on tariffs i hate them there's nothing i like about him its attacks and i gotta tell you who who that really is the tax on by the way you know the lottery is a tax the lahti where he is not a gain the lotteries attack you know who's attacks on the most it's the poor in the middle class that need to buy lottery tickets because they want to up their lot in life and why do you think the the marketing by the lotteries are you never know yeah we know you you could get hit by lightning forty two different times in the same spot better odds of that happening than winning the lottery we know that so that's just another scam at tariff suggest another tax just remember all roads lead to us the boys and girls of washington dc cannot turn on a light bulb without our money oh i take that back they just go into more deaths but you get my point so that was the last couple of days which takes me with a markets let me just start out by saying we got another a low today after 1600 dow points over the last three and a half these we trops 1600 out points like in the last three and a half days it's over for now a low was put him and i kinda set out a little i sent that a little note when the dow was down two hundred unchanged that i think a low was being put in why because when the dow was down two hundred unchanged the nasdaq went flats and you know how important i think the nasdaq is the leading place where people go to get risk and guess what it's exactly what happened by the close so we'll coverage does not mean were out of the woods we can rally up and back and forth i just think we're still in ping pong up down up down drive up a war more than likely today we hit the bottom of the pong that will start headed towards the ping again in what way shape or form i don't know but i'm pretty darn shore of that white that'll be up knack and.

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"lahti" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Cut a deal figure something out a happy place with both sides can walk away thinking they want and then you move onto the next nonsense anyway that's the story on tariffs i hate them there's nothing i like about him with a tax and i gotta tell you who the who that it really is the tax on by the way you know the lottery is a tax the lahti where he's not a gain the lottery's attack you whose attacks on the most it's the poor in the middle class that need to buy lottery tickets because they want to up their lot in life and why do you think the the marketing by the lotteries are you never know yeah we know you can't you could get hit by lightning forty two different times in the same spot better odds of that happening than winning the lottery we know that so that's just another scam at tariffs of just another tax just remember all roads lead to us the boys and girls in washington dc cannot turn on a light bulb without our money oh i take that back they just go into more debt but you get my point so that was the last couple of days which takes me to the markets let me just start out by saying we got another a low today after 1600 dow points over the last three and a half things we trops 1600 thout points like in the last three and a half days it's over for now a low was put him and i kinda set out a little i sent that a little note when the dow was down two hundred unchanged that i think a low was being put in why because when the dow was down two hundred unchanged the nasdaq went flat and you know how important i think the nasdaq is leaving place we are people go to get risk and guess what that's exactly what happened by the close so we'll cover it does not mean we're out of the woods we can rally up and back and forth i just think we're still in ping pong up down up down drive up a wall more than likely today we hit the bottom of the pong that will start headed towards the paying again in what way shape or form i don't know but a pretty darn sure of that y that'll be up now and the.

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"lahti" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on WTVN

"A lot preventing the lahti things that could go wrong it at an ice like white why he blood not getting your head you know like you stop that but i dropped evolve every day and it's it's it's a little bit of an extra move hug low extra hug love their when i drop off now just because that craps in the back of my mind in an here's the deal that the dangerous always stranger danger always been there i am i'm a child of the '70s and into the a crime and i was a latchkey kids in a time really statistically speaking even though we are more fearful more aware instantly of bad things happening it was actually more dangerous vin than it is now and i would walk to and from school boom loomed a little less than a mile each direction once i was old not to go on my own and probably too young today my monitor probably be in world a trouble for let me walk like that at this point and you know she was always don't talk to these people look out for this go this way something goes wrong go that way a call me before anybody had a cell phone and find a pay phone or somebody knock on a door and try to get some help and assistance so i'm just kind of curious what do you do with these kids in how do you deal with your kids getting to and from school or day or anything else are you think about this and and it still one of those things that a lot of young people do is on the weekends or on a day when schools called off even when the weather is bad which rude it was great when it comes to snow installed what gets busy at a time when really the malls are sort of challenge more and more because of.

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"lahti" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on No Huddle

"At the that's the direction going now but this team was in a lot of games last year i know the record in indicate that much would what they've done but last season this football team are thought were in lahti games in and but they just couldn't finish our mont than did the majority of them start off in the first half whale they finish up strong in a second have either war but never really could put it together to allow themselves to get over four wins that we end of seen his teamleading last season so what andrew look coming back a guest at i would say a few those games ever close games like the arizona game at the end up playing at home lost sixteen the thirteen over time we looking at that came against a clean brother home winning it thirty wanted 28 you have to assume when age luck it probably could have been much better are also losing to san francisco 49 ers twenty three to twenty six in overtime at all meet so you start looking at some of these games and you start seeing what if they would have had andrew look how 'bout plenty give pittsburgh twenty two seventy they lost that game i mean i can continue to go on to this too is scheduled to give you an idea of how close they were uh but they are going to have the bill this team up a little bit better i mean is is now going to be a year next year where they mas will suit angel lookout again that's going to happen so they are going to have to fix it now to the point where he can have an opportunity stay healthy but you know what i would say for him in olympics mad they're throw it away don't try to force it don't try to be a hero in and get yourself caught up in tune rocking hark leysen and then maybe end up getting one of those hits again i just think it's just take care to football most importantly that's where it starts get the ball to whomever it may be hopefully the system that frank reich brings to the table are really put these these position these these possession receivers type receivers in position to be able to go out and be in the right.

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"lahti" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Be there but then we take that medicine and it would be you know if that was hard to watch so i felt like he was kinda trapped in his body because as mine was there 100 percent but not one hundred percent on how and say because you know i'm sure your your alternates some sort of way with parkinson's but he was there you know you can make that connection with him so he's in a better place now and that's what she has me comfort in knowing that you know i believe he says old self wherever years yeah as slice of my sweet potato pie with all about that i i just remember the lahti was a very good conversation list she's right like she was very able to like i guess she got used to people wanted to say something and you know having a nice couch huge i just like to allot the gilani is a um yeah definitely w perfect when it comes to being able to speak on the behalf of my father what she came very comfortable to do very educated woman she been around for years she grew up across the street from my dad so you know he's the babysit her and her her sister maryland yeah so they she'd been around for a long time all while i didn't know that here so she hasn't been around yeah of around okay i grew up with monty like for sure all he knew it for a long time i understand yeah of god certain people i have no pretty well um so as you're sweet potato pie good i just don't need help yes i despise them because their orange and a creepy looking but i started but i didn't like him and i finally started him in there actually really away so they were creepy so you didn't tastes them or you it takes them item i just didn't i looked at them in there might amir yams unlike there's no way those are good and then somebody sucker me into eating them because they were like sweetened and they were i am at a sweet potato people confuse all the time even i do sometimes i just recently learn the difference i'm like i thought it was the same thing but there are different and but the sentiment in the bonilla.

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"lahti" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Mr a bigger lifestyle they've got a bigger lifestyle is it better to have three million or is it better to have five hundred thousand it depends you one more question are at lahti invest avia hill says ivan planning to sell some investment property to do some different investments for retirement but i just discovered how much that i'll on taxes because of the increase in the property value since i bought it should i just hold onto it probably we always say it depends in i hate doing there because it sounds like we're deflecting the question of that sort of thing but everything is driven by your specific circumstances right but this is one where unless you can't keep it rented um and if she says investment property so i'm guessing that i mean if if she was sheer he was flip in it right now you've got me all messed up on misuari we're going to assume lawn here's a girl okay fine merle lady so if she is flip in it then she's not and have probably that much gained i don't think built up that she's talking about so was probably a rental property and here's the thing my question is she says i found out how much i'm going to owen taxes so i mean some people think that's a crazy amount and then we might look at angolan you know that's okay also look at him say our capital gain if you for helds if it's held something longer than twelve months it's it's going to be taxed at fifteen percent rosso and their pens onto you just really need to get out of it for some is the neighborhood going down you feel like you need to get out is that is the is the you know the roads they kind of change in that area are you if are you if you're a rented is is it nuton by now the rent tonight so predictable anymore or yeah so can you keep inaugura is there.

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"lahti" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"What is up guy you listen to the mmc yo project on any i'm your host now i am the mother fucking ceo and i know because i said that forty seven billion fucking times they you played it in your head before i said it think about that think about all the things that you listen to an input and associate with and absorb that become automatic in your brain right this is the reason why personal development is so important because just like you knew what i was about to say because i've said it and you've heard it so many times all the shit you absorb what you watch who you talk to you what you read we'll become automatic in your brain okay people don't realize this they lose sight of it they think that a podcast or a book is some way to pass the time i hear this a lot from you guys are listened to the podcast while i'm driving my car well you know what i i actually talk about a lot useful shit that can make you fucking money how the fuck re supposed to learn it while you're driving the car think about it it actively listen actively learn take fucking notes whenever your absorbing good information going to pay off okay now that's just my little rant but associated with that rant i need you guys do a better job aleem reviews and subscribing no lahti guys listen to the podcast you like it and you say you like it but yet whenever we go to look for reviews or go look see who subscribe to a lot of people that don't.

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"lahti" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"The e of seeing a dynastic temur i don't know what's nafta let me say let me say this way let me say what we can was seattle started the role few years ago you could you like dynastic doesn't mean you're gonna win every year see you from san francisco forty nine as though the dynasty years word that was almost expectation is a new expectation when you say dynastic now the new england patriots week were so all of love and respect in the world but a 17 years they won't five that means you'll win every year yeah you're right is sold in seattle they said dynasty they want one and he almost won a second i'm saying that actually aiming rural top dog ido chain where every word they could be like they super bowl they got two young good players and they recovered from that when they did me all in the draft with sam braford they recovered from a now and it took him a few years to get there and now this is gonna be a free agent destination is la is still a grown fare base everybody this good is young is hale odds this i'm just going on a limb and i'll everything is live getting them more scorn office and the defense doesn't give up seventy points guess what that's going to be in lahti and and you think about it you have your quarterback though when you start looking at you you get your quarterback on a rookie contract which means you can spend money getting other pieces in right now okay you you look at you look at a lot of the pieces because you've got to sign aaron don't all those type things will you don't because you get where you quarterback year you can keep iron dome russell wilson style as we were like exiling we're able to sign all their stars on the defensive side of the ball all those of because you're doing it that's that's my point in it don't waste this season you have an opportunity even though with the young quarterback the first year head coach you have an opportunity right now especially you look at these teams we were talking about the games that you have.

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"lahti" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"He needs moral support and the only place you can turn is to these two guys who they hasn't seen in decades crime and so it's a reunion movie it's an lahti movie it's a road move turns out to be a road in part and it's very moving and the characters are their three disparite characters yeah very different very different and and how did you come to your casting decisions will start by asking that yeah gum so blessed to work with these guys i mean by the time i finally if this is something we had the scrip like and worked on this 10 over ten years ago like a really six by a red darrow pontic since book in over five thereupon accent is a wonderful writer yeah novelists screenwriter just as real deal rights that he remembered i guess for the last detail right he wrote the 19th seventy book last detail of of obviously famously am pal ashby movie with nicholson quaid odors yang but you know we weren't this could be a sequel even though the book is kind of a sequel he had a lot to say i think about the iraq war and these three guys were starting to speak to him again but it was never going to be a sequel zhang was no longer alive nicholson wasn't going to do it you know it just but i was like you know there's something so great about this is these this set up these three guys getting back together what it says about these two wars and what it says about middle age and looking back on your life how you the same how're you different are we who we want to be you know what what to do with our lives so um i said these characters aren't really gone away he so if the after about a tenure.

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"lahti" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"We're all getting challenged every single day if you're not than it is probably time to move on but you've got to get out there you've got to take some risks and one of the very best posters at facebook we have all these posters with sayings but lots of them but one is what would you do if you weren't afraid i love that poster right and you know it's the question mark asked cheryl before she wrote lean in what would you do if he warned afraid and she wrote lean n because she realize like that's what she would do if she wasn't afraid about talking about being a feminist and getting that message out there and she did in its so i think we all have fear in us i think we all have these in our voices particularly women my coach has been working with me for a lot of lahti years on my inner voice and i've nicknamed her penelope m one of my colleagues nickname hers penelope and there's no disrespect any penelope out there it's a lovely name but i was like all right i'll take that a negative oyston your head yeah her name is penelope yes and i and and she has things to say and some and the the you're never gonna get completely rid of it at least i don't know if you totally can but i know when it's there and now there's a difference between me knowing it sp the inner voice penelope my head verses something else that is going on and once you know it's there you can do better it actually dealing with it there's so many believes i want to go i do wanna just quickly on the facebook site of things talk about one other thing that's been in the news which is the fact that you have the advertising that has become a big question for people that at least some of the ad revenue came from russia what is the feeling internally about this information coming out.

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"lahti" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"We were so surprised because we thought we had cast a gay person now he says something like i don't know he said something about that that maybe i forget what he said but it was sort of odd because i like we were somehow wanted him to be bisexual rather than geir something that right and that's just total ball i don't do that that is not the case because we wanted that diversity i'm gay so why were i'm gay why would i cares on yeah yeah anyway but uh but anyway over the course of the time in in in the lahti became more comfortable we saw him date charles peres um and it was great um and he he was great on the season we love loved having a monitored and and the rest of the cast was phenomenal julie oliver from birmingham alabama i went to alabama did a uh a casting with a local radio station about 25 people came to it she walked in and i knew immediately she was incredible she was so open us at but so opinionated um she was just such a such a breath of fresh air and she truly wanted to go to new york for the opportunity to go to broadway dance and uh and when i met her family i i mean she was she she they were a loving family but her father was a little old school and she was feeling suffocated and she needed to get out of birmingham um and so it was a great way to enter the show through julie's eyes and now the show it has a couple of different seasons and then or no the second season was san francisco la third la i venice actually venice california which has la was second season then we went to san francisco that was it such a incredible season because that's when we were all.

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"lahti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To allow stores in one involved nobody no medical at lahti blankedout told me years or no would a door right now so i kinda like changed the names just you know to protect you from whatever they guy just call them share master i don't wanna share you know would they got gone do you think some of their were surprised by how well you've done since up i think so i don't really run with it a bit crew no more but i'm sure they're they're life shot bit you know i got his big ziga later on as you started to get more buzz in the music industry a number of record labels tried to sign you whose todd moskowitz moscow some thus somebody may in the industry be thirteen fourteen years going with as his real name this is ruin and we just gouda to have a uh a good friendship and business partners will add lasting you but you were kind of suspicious of him when you first met him i didn't know anything about business in in the way too he was so a you know aggressive open in front data is scare me oh so but you're relations ed he also was offer you the world in this wish game i can i can i never had those type of conversation he believe in you them much i identity you know to me i felt like what is he gin out it is like wow he you know be so into a light day but he was he he was 100 percent jane when a'sincere i just saw i didn't understand it and so the relationship has grown you've come to dress as one of my close friends you've made seventy two mixed tapes today it easier to make quick saves over sudiro album.

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"lahti" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"And they're also like fighting on the core and they're fighting after the game and the coach's old coach carter is there uh samuel jackson watching it he's like oh man i think and then he goes to that you want to say anything else about that seat i don't have anything and now is this you go he goes to uh he goes and meets with the with the coach and the coaches like you know man we need we i'm chime in front of replacement what you think about will be talking about these boys need somebody and he's like hum i don't know you know i got the business he's i come on you got to do it and he's like okay and then as are talking about another fight breaks out between chanting tatum and i think ricans allah the accident likely to they'll make each other and uh and i in lahti now was out of the movie at this point like library that was weirdos were is where why are you already had a brief because about thing it was like a is we're because remember the titans i thought like again handle it like the corning is in the as racist argue new unity to begin the movie is setting up he has to come fix this place and unlike lino me you saw bad the school was but if bill real an honest and like this one felt like people projecting project in his anger momma despite in the locker room is this an internet for the school to be as hit as it was never looked like it looked to clean to me as a it's every haley it every my actually thought they did a good it did never looked to clean the me i've i did a good job of of like every everything actually felt like rundown and like.

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