22 Burst results for "Larisa"
"larisa" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM
"I'm going to translate something from a swedish to english and it's about the in two thousand eighteen abbas to make Hypnosis and no. I have talking about before but this time i want to translate what was say what i did so and what i say about to hollywood this up inhaler i was. I was The first time. I was up to heaven and i come to god burger. This is the second time. I was in hypnosis and the he the hypnosis here he goes into. That should have like cycle therapy. That's what he was dedicated in a but he was also he also a monk in Buddhist so he had another view than me about heaven are the know so much about buddhism that the we i may be told him things that he got confirmed in his believe impetus. It may be fit into but this believable system also and the i want to translate. Because it's very interesting for you to you. That is a want to learn more about heaven. God's kingdom this is various very important for you to know. And i have a paper. I have written down some award. I was talking about. It is like he. I he he. He did test three times test of mental health. And i okay to do hypnosis own because it's if do hypnosis own mental sick people they it can cause more problems for them. Mentally the the brain be confused about the hypnosis. And so i was nervous if i if he hearsay should be okay for me get doses and got it and i never. I didn't know what will happen in no society have seen. It watched that on television but that that was a little scaring to see it on television. Because they're the people have no control over what they are doing and thought it should be like that but it isn't the the real hypnosis that i have that control. I don't have control over my bowl difficulties. The body is be like It's paralyzed can't move anything in your body. You will only lay there. But i can tell he that. Lead me in hypnosis. I can tell him that. I don't want this like that. That can stop it with my mouth and tell him that. So it was not scary and the It's I i go into like a tunnel and there. It is Mentally picture of it. That i go in to like a town. And they're on the side of the inside the town on larisa table and on the table that recent book and there. I have a pan right. Don't i don't remember what what i'm writing there..
"larisa" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad
"Hey this david Before we get started on this week's episode which is really fun one. I think you're going to enjoy it one to share some sad news From the ad newsroom. Our colleague larisa fall. I add weeks agencies editor Passed away very suddenly on august fifth. She was only forty three years. Old Larisa was an absolute joy to work with She has been covering this industry for fifteen years much of that with forbes with media post Many of us have wanted to recruit her over to add weekend. We finally accomplished that just a few months ago. We were so excited and Her first few months here were such a joy to work with her She had such tremendous impact on our coverage so quickly and unfortunately it was cut very short And it's been just heartbreaking loss for us. Our thoughts have of course been with laura's family and with her many many friends and supporters across the industry. it we have had an outpouring of support For many of you and for many folks crossed the the marketing world letting us know about the impact she had on their lives and it has meant so much to us. It's meant so much to her family and we just wanna take a moment to remember larussa And to tell you that her memory Her impact on us is going to last a very long time. And we will be keeping her and her family in our thoughts and So thank you and with that we will get onto this week cepsa. You're listening to. Yeah that's probably an ad the static. Podcast we talk about marketing media technology pop culture because in the end everything is an ad and this week. We're talking.
"larisa" Discussed on Reveal
"Larisa home and gave her a curfew ticket which meant she had to appear in municipal court. This is one of the ways. Wyoming is different from other parts of the country in most states. A juvenile court would handle this but in wyoming most of the time kids end up in adult courts. Jennifer didn't think it was fair for orissa to have a curfew violation on her record or pay a fine when they called the cops for help. I went to court with her and they said well we're going to have you guys pay the fines and i was like now. She needs to do community service or something. Jennifer says the judge took her advice and put larussa in a diversion program. She had to agree to do some community service and stay out of trouble and the curfew ticket would disappear and it does seem to work like she kinda bit she was you know respectable in the house like she'd she was trying you know and then she was sexually assaulted. You heard that right justice things were starting to turn around. Larusso was sexually assaulted. That was the day after. Christmas and the orissa was sleeping over at a girlfriend's house late at night. The girls nineteen year old brother came home. And jennifer says larisa was the only one still up and The nineteen year old boy wound up dragging her inside of a room and sexually assaulting her larussa decided to speak up about the assault and not turned her closest friends into enemies. This was especially.
"larisa" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox
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"larisa" Discussed on The Trash Tapes
"The one up for this. And then he just got carried away. Probably himself roy talcum powder and joel markel. Vincent's kind and raymond. And the open hailing half of it is vast won't air will face larisa us. George said we not shortly after that we get mafia introduces himself to send its software so the tech demo of that talk. This is senator. I want to congratulate you on the most spectacular weapons demo.
"larisa" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"And i didn't. I felt the need to keep my mouth shut understand car accident. Such things happened all the time. But why wasn't there a tow truck out here by now. Why wasn't someone staying with the suv. What if that was another threat out. Hit solving forced the vehicle's occupants flee. I'll get out my cellphone holding in my left hand past the suv. I still needed more to go on before. I call the cops when it came to larisa. This kind of incident wasn't unexpected. She directs a coverall to in her time without bothering to collate it in. Tell myself that i was going to do is make sure she was. Okay call the proper authorities. When knew what was what a then league larisa was trouble needed to leave with me. I could do that but if she was responsible for this mess wasn't going to clean it up for each step. I took toward the house. My unease grew more pronounced. The driveway ended at a close garage with other vehicles present. The front yard had a well manicured lawn in a quartet of rose. Bushes adorned with small pink. Roses has approached the front door. I saw that one of the bush's was splashed with crimson. Liquid is pink petals spattered with dark red dots rounding the bush recoiled in disgust. As i found the source of the blog body it come from was laid out before the open door. The rancid smell of the victim hit me to my credit. I didn't vomit my hamburger lunch despite a sudden desire to do so. I voted my gaze. Avoid full blown freakout time because the body was in at least three separate pieces surrounded by a pool of dry and blah. It wasn't larussa too big to mail. He was dressed in casualwear. His clothes torn up as the rest of him. Her boyfriend i waited the condition of his face made easy identification impossible someone or something at savaged it into a tall pulpy me a few seconds to remember my phone and a few more seconds of frantic fingers into realize i had no reception express my unhappiness with a storm of swear words that what repeat imply company when i had my voice cussing out into the solitude. The honest fear finally took hold of me because by all appearances alone with victim of either a savage wildlife attack or local acts. Mudra quickly quieted in the dread silence. I could hear my inner voice of sensibility. Talking back into the car said drive away in coal for how. I almost listen to it. Assistant voice of chivalry was also talking. Voice was louder this was where lewis it was supposed to be. She was still alive. I've ever way. I'll be abandoning her. To a fangs again. If the killing was still around on just be adding to the body. It was a pointless debate. I couldn't tell my back on wrist especially now won't judge me harshly for that. If you must call me stupid. And i'll agree but instead of running back to my car gritted teeth and walked up to the stone path to the waiting body taking care.
"larisa" Discussed on The Who & How Club
"It was really therapeutic for me. I she said that we couldn't go anymore because appoved. But i'm excited for it to come back niger. And said like if there's anybody that's out there that feels achingly you don't have anyone to talk to you. There's no way to express her. You wanna feel like you're part of something bigger now i would definitely say come through rampage whenever it is at opens back up because yeah it's it's it's you just have to be there. I i miss it like it was therapy for me and to have you guys there in my sister larisa show up like it just felt very homey. It felt there was no nervousness attached to it. It was really just us coming together like though it was my thing i felt like he was our thing because when your families in the building supporting just like he just feel the only like i'm excited for us to make new new space in new energy and I'm sure we'll be able to do it at the same venue wants this covert thing slows down. Because i wouldn't take the chance of doing it at any other venue. You know what. I mean like that venue. I believe that were meant to be there And i don i. It's not time yet to do stuff like that dude due to the pandemic and all but i think just having we want some good energy we want some good people there for the right reasons and stuff like that and it was a good introduction to what it could have been because it was growing there was a time when we ran out seats. And even the owner was like your. Why aren't you charging for this. You know what. I'm saying like stuff like that like it was growing and it only. I truly believe that it's going to be bigger. And we're going to create a safe space and bring people in that wanna share pieces of themselves without any fear and stigma attached like..
"larisa" Discussed on ??Run The Jewelz Show??
"God right? And and then I'm like here's the thing. I can't think of another person another anything that song. That compares to that I can't name a person or any God or any anything that has met as many needs and does what you do and not just for me for everybody else. So they're really there has to be a way in which we know God intimately when we know like there's there's no rival to him. He is not he's not silence. He's the angels are literally ministering right now off the like there's a a great Heavenly rejoicing that's happening right now whether we want to join in or not, so I don't I don't know if that answers the question, but I'm just I'm speaking of myself as well, but I just in like Cancel what I would really like what law really cancels it right. I'm paying like, I don't know. No, you're right. You're right. That's something that Mom. I talked to a lot of my my fellow Brethren and sisters about especially the way that the media is really taking hold of how bout with being cow people move what people believe fake news we know has been on the high-rise since Obama and Trump presidency. And so it's like the lies often more entertaining than the truth. And so what's the what's the reason that people should stand for truth or even two? Yeah here and more to a truth nowadays because the lies are more entertaining and all that more spread. And so for those that are just tuning in. I'm here dropping the jewels or allowing her to drop the jewels while I'm listening with my special guest Larisa Edmond 4 a.m. Episode 140 of our TJ again if you have any questions for my special guest as we do a quick Public Service Announcement, you can definitely list them in the comments section, but we want to make sure that we give a special shout-out to our VIP jewels that have been sewing to our ministry here for our TJ that have been tirelessly working to make sure that our show is able to reach International audiences with guests that we've had on the show since 2019. And so but those entrepreneurs those sponsors or even if you are a fellow Jew that is watching in the watch party or the live stream of the replay all of these names that you see at the bottom of the screen going across these are active so words and active donors that have been a part of the success of the our TJ's Ministry and and international show and so if you feel led tonight if you've been blessed by The Jewels, yep. Chris is dropping. So exceed with us. Feel free to sow a seed three ways that I'm putting in the comment section. You can show with us via cash app. We also have PayPal wage then the last option which we've had a couple of our VIP Jewels give to recently is our Patron account. No seat is too small or too large. This does not go into my pockets. This goes back into the business services and the international Outreach for our show. And so if you've been blessed Again by tonight's episode episode 140 for the Great Commission with a special guest Larisa Edmund if you feel so feel free to so into our ministry. This is good soil that you will get a hundred fold return on your investment and so back to you Larisa so long to talk about the mission field, right? Lotta a lot of friends of mine. They can save up money to go off. So let's say Asia to Africa even to Europe a lot of of my friends they want to go to Europe but they cannot either pay for their own mission trip or tujhe have a fundraising marketing campaign for them to go with a LED organization or a partner Church to do Mission work. So what do you think are some of the financial constraints that Millennials gen Z years or even some people that maybe baby boomers that are about to retire in the next few years or that are already retired. Why do you think people can save for pleasure versus being able to save or or sponsor themselves for purpose especially for international purpose like this is a really good question and actually never even really thought about that. So here we go. You know, I think that's personal, you know, we prioritize the things we care about so, I think it's personal gain. Why you might save for one thing over the other and obviously, you know, people have to take care of, you know, the things they've got to take care of. So no, no judgment on that part. It's interesting. I was just I got a testimony earlier today from somebody and they were just talking about how much they respected a gentleman off because he was like actually they named a couple of people but but.
Let's Get Through This Together
"The pandemic has taken its toll on all of us whether you're struggling to keep your worries about the virus under control. All have found yourself dealing with loneliness for the first time. Most of us would have had our fair share of days over the last couple of months and with this has come a newfound confidence to talk about how we feel about mental health. This week's food for thought consultant psychologist Dr Richard Sook Barat and die unforgivable nations explore the rollercoaster of ups and downs that we've wound up with. Larisa Holly Hawaii as I am very well. Thank you. Thank you so much for coming on the podcast today some. It's it's a very strange time and you must have been inundated with people needing a lot of support and I wonder if finding perhaps a sense of solidarity that everybody's going through the same thing we're all struggling one way or another is not helpful way of looking at a time like this. I definitely think. So in in the sense, it's you know we all going through something Sir unusual. Onset said that nobody has ever gone through before. So there isn't really a right or wrong way to be dealing with this and I don't think that anyone can even tell us as it that leads to a runway to be dealing with the pandemic and everything that's happening. So I think the concept of solidarity is really interesting. In the sense that we can't really assume that everyone struggles with the same. We can't assume that everyone's feeling the same and we calls from assume that everyone's got same golden mind or the same outcome in mind. But actually what we can issue is that what doing it all on common ground and I think once we are able to communicate our heads around that concept actually everyone is going this nobody's life is actually different. Navies actually go on holiday or having back. Hundred Pass and wedding. Everyone's that she in the same boat I think that helps people to feel connected in time where actually were probably feeling quite disconnected. Yeah. No, that's so in the way you said that in a time where we feel quite disconnected really rang true for me I guess. It's it's very strange isolating at different points. So we feel isolated because all friends can't see you will the change all the time and mental health is a term we just so used to hearing about now. So perhaps, we should break down what exactly is mental health about? So I think mental health. If we look at it in the sense of actually, let's start with what's physical health. We've now on this don't we lots actually looking body and it's something that we might check in with and we'll say. Especially when you see your GP GP my ask you how you doing today. And that's the same thing but actually using your mind using your bright and checking in how is that part of you doing right now and that covers things from how you thinking how you're feeling emotionally how you feeling physically and also how you're behaving. So that's the maybe reactive side. You'll mental health said, that's encompassing it I will say as a whole looking at those four different dimensions. And it's getting covered in such A. Range where someone might just be focusing on the thought side of it or somebody might be just focusing on the emotional aspect of it. Actually, it's a really really big subject a really big topic.
"larisa" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"So his his room could see that she when they were all living together stayed and then never left. Okay, but that's over that's so short but like who allowed that listen a bit, of course, it's not her fault. She pushed the boundaries and they let her also apparently he poops with the door open and he thinks that that's what all roommates do. I mean it is what a lot of guys see how he's like, they're like, yeah, that was just you so they asked him is this a fit? Right. No, it's not and then they laugh and laugh and laugh when they suggest ask if they're soulmates. So basically I know right it's like that soulmates. So basically he doesn't want to waste another two years of his life. But even a year sounds like a long time to him. It's like what I don't know like none of this makes a ton of sense. They need to get divorced now. Yeah, because they can't even agree like on kids while that's later on but I don't I think that's or maybe that's the next one. But yeah, they don't agree on anything. They don't agree on anything just break up. Okay. So now Sean what are you doing? Why are you asking everyone how many times a week? They have sex? Okay. First of all, this is where you make everyone feel like they're in a bad marriage. That's for two. Why are you doing such I don't want no. I don't want to know how many times years. Well, I gotta tell you a cult had an answer for that one. Why what did he? Oh my God. He flipped out. He flipped out and go ahead. No, I'll use phone number. He said he said I'll wait which time he just said, oh, he said everybody knows I like the fuk right that's what he said love. So I love to write because out of court because loras has said that Eric E is a better lover than cult was because cold didn't have experience. Yeah, a lot of experience. He's been with so many guys that nature right off and then just said because you're weird and disgusting. I mean listen not wrong goes crazy and then Larisa explains that she was not super odd because she had to take a big pill for her depression. I mean, yeah, if I was married to a cult I would have to do the same thing. Yes. Yes, and then he said that he wouldn't sleep with her with ten condoms. Okay, he wouldn't sleep with her. But now he wouldn't sleep with her ten condoms. What do you call her Larisa 3.0? Oh wait, no arrests at 10 a.m. I know it's like what are you talking about? He didn't make any sense what it was so weird. So now Michael and Angela off so my god. Oh, yeah, those two they had sex 38 times in two weeks, by the way, gross. I I died. Okay, so this is how they keep things interesting ready. I'm ready. So he shows her his junk while he's in the shower. He just Rises her and then like she bends over and picks things up gross. I fainted now. I don't that's and that's the end of the podcast. So thank you so much. I threw my TV out the window. Thank you so much. So they yeah, they did a 38 times and she was very sore and she goes and then she goes here's what I don't understand right? I don't think she knows what a surrogate is cuz I know that we get into it off in the big doesn't in the beginning. She goes I don't want a surrogate that I'm going to have to move in and then she's going to walk around in her nightgown and you're going to be looking at her. Okay, that's.
How To Be An Anti-Casteist
"Warner. We started talking about cast with Lauren Freyer. This is Lauren NPR's India correspondent who started thinking about cast and race in part because of an initiative at NPR to track the diversity of sources. This is something we all know do including this podcast. We will note how many women were putting on the air, how many people of Color and other demographic stats I see my company trying to better represent America with the voices we put on the air and I'm looking at my own sourcing and I get too much credit. Every voice I bring to the airwaves from India as a person of color check the box you know that's diversity from my boss' point of view but I'm looking at different types of diversity in India and thinking. CAST. You see it in India when it comes to. Arranged marriages, dating APPS, you see it in real estate I mean there are subtle ways in which landlords choose tenants and signal to tenants. That certain cats are welcome or not welcome. There is no uncontroversial way to talk about cast and even the words we use are fraud. You're going to hear people in this story talk about upper caste and lower caste. We're GONNA try to avoid those hierarchies and say dominant cast at oppressed caste oppression is a strong term, but it definitely applies here. This is oppression that's gone back centuries. It was really amplified by the British. So British colonists came in and gave Brahmins privileges elevated them and exploited this power differential between the BRAHMINS and other castes and when Indians won their independence in nineteen forty seven, they wrote a constitution that acknowledges that oppression and lays out bold measures to try to fix it affirmative action programs to place dollars in government jobs to play dollars, its top universities, and all of that exists in India still today. But despite all of this dalits in India face so much violence disproportionate violence Daulat women are raped more than women of other Castes Dalit men get lynched for falling in love with dominant caste woman lauren knew she wanted to find out peoples cast to make sure she was hearing from variety of voices including people who don't always get access to speak. But. This broad a new problem. How actually do you find out? SOMEONE'S CAST? So Good question. How does one person Oh you're cast light it is not like you have a color which gives away your identity. Same Cornelia says, sometimes, it's easy. You just read someone's cast by their surname sometimes you cannot hide and how about your real surname is it easy to hide your? Name doesn't go my cost us a k. that this wife immediately when I only seven, they will ask me whole willing come from which part of the state you come from. There had to ask a follow up question. If you can't tell by surname, you can ask about someone's neighborhood are also tried to be clever I come from Hyderabad slow from Hyderabad. It's the city of nine million people all casts are there. So that's the people are not satisfied if you do named. So what they do is no, no. No. I'm not talking about with city you come from willow would your parents which relates Came from Sam keeps dodging the real question might played into used to stay in Bombay. Can. Actually before that, my father used to work. So he was daily. You just keep naming, cities. Because that is the facts also, then they will. They will understand that I'm playing around to the. Sam Doesn't want to reveal his cast because most of his Indian coworkers from dominant castes in fact, the overwhelming majority of south, Asians in America from dominant castes. They're often the ones with the resources and access to get here. The other portion usually people ask is already which. Because Brahman Salvage. Aliens. If you say. If you are in. Indian Austin Indian to find overcast he would say. Which stadium by Bertha, by choice and. The tricky thing about this is that a CO worker could be overhearing this entire conversation. is still have no clue what they're really talking about. They will not even the people were very active about this. In always discrimination and all they might have not heard about cast at all. One person who has written about this hidden code it's Sora. John. Day He's a scholar at Harvard and he wrote a book called cast matters I am A. Child of a former landless labourer and someone who is to clean toilet. into the houses of the dominant caste people. So I'm a I'm adult Indian, and when I come to, of course, America I am a person of color. This two identities that help him see things that other people don't see for example, suraj points out this video they came out last fall. Okay. So what we're GonNa Cook today is an Indian recipe. Yes. Because you are yes. Okay. This is a video filmed in the kitchen of the actor and writer Mindy Kaeling on this day when Senator Comma Harris has stopped by to cook. So we Indian actually were both south Indian guests come Larisa Jamaican father and a mother from Chennai in southern India looks like the entire one half of my family. Thank you to I've been telling people related already. It's basically. Almost mother was a Brahmin the priestly cast who according to tradition
"larisa" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"Honestly the bottles are so cute. They look like little beakers. Ramble so cute I love them. My mother-in-law loves it. Yeah. adorable guys. TRY IT OUT Let's let's switch over real quick to Angela and Michael. Mike and Angie. Mike and Angie as we like to call them. So we switch over now. Do you guys remember the PJ's that Loretta was wearing? She was wearing like regular like PJ's Kinda. Like how you and I have no l. yet like the Burgundy one she had. She had them. They were like Burgundy Pajamas with like white trim on them. Yeah. They were really cute. Their cars they are, and Michael is wearing the same pajamas. Larisa, when we opened the scene, do you know that? I did not even look I was looking at Angeles, bras strewn over the bed. That's what I was looking at. Well, where else are you going to tell him? So. Side. No guys trailing I. We're in my driveway the other day and I had like I don't remember what it was. It was like candy kept blowing away and she's like put in your Bra and I'm like I'll. Just, tote it. And then later on, she was like, did you take it out of your and I'm like, Oh, no, I actually totally forgot my house for an hour already. Do you think Angela has like an old sandwich and her bra that she's forgotten? Ill, it's probably very musty. I'm. Oni. Yum. Honestly when I think of Angela musty Baloney so that works out. So Yom Angeles going home to Momma and he's thinking to the airport and I gotTa tell you he was trying to cry. He didn't make it happen and do it. He scratched his eye, so could not make it happen. She has on on the way to the airport she has on a pin his bride to be to chef her Bachelorette Alfred again here's the thing on her way to the airport or in the airport her outfit her Maroon Bra. Black tank top and like a green lace duster. Yes. That is very interesting outfit. Angela arrives in Georgia and mother is now responsive. So she wants to go to the hospital and she said that she wants to joke with her because that's how she's usually got her to..
"larisa" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"And then <Speech_Female> they start she starts <Speech_Female> telling her about <Speech_Female> the <Speech_Female> phallic pictures <Speech_Female> that he's sending to <Speech_Female> other <Speech_Female> lady said phallic, <Speech_Female> it's so <Speech_Female> funny cuz it's like <Speech_Female> he's setting <Speech_Female> eight girls a screenshot. <Speech_Female> Good morning my dick <Speech_Music_Female> good afternoon <Laughter> <SpeakerChange> my dick that was <Speech_Female> hilarious. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> She goes like it's a big <Speech_Female> deal or something. <Speech_Female> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> And <Speech_Female> then she goes too much <Speech_Female> hands <Speech_Female> <Laughter> <Speech_Female> and then Larisa <Speech_Female> makes the little <Speech_Female> tiny <Speech_Female> like the little <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> option <Speech_Female> either hands. <Speech_Female> I love it. think <Speech_Male> this was a great this <Speech_Male> was like a meeting <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> of two fun <Speech_Female> women. <Speech_Female> I know so they're <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> laughing laughing <Speech_Female> but what <Speech_Female> Larisa <Speech_Female> why are you talking <Speech_Female> about cults <Speech_Female> intimacy <Silence> <Speech_Female> off? <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> Oh <Speech_Female> true that. <Silence> All right. So <Speech_Female> then just <Speech_Female> brings up Vanessa <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> and Larissa's like <Speech_Female> <Silence> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> Vanessa <Speech_Female> bought a Groupon <Speech_Female> for gold <Speech_Female> now, I'm assuming <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> it was for a massage. <Speech_Female> Okay, that's what <Speech_Female> I didn't understand. I'm like is <Speech_Female> this she did he get her <Speech_Female> did she get him a <Speech_Female> spa day <Speech_Female> or something? Yeah, I think <Speech_Female> so. Okay. So <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> then <Speech_Female> she's <Speech_Female> just <Speech_Female> tells Larisa I took <Speech_Female> off my shoe like <Speech_Female> this <Speech_Female> and I threw it <Speech_Female> like this and <Speech_Female> the rest is like did you hurt <Speech_Female> him and <Speech_Female> she's like, yes, I heard <Speech_Female> him and then they <Speech_Female> said oh <Speech_Female> wow. <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> And then Larisa <Speech_Female> says this is a quote <Speech_Female> Debbie. <Speech_Female> She's like, what about Debbie? <Speech_Female> What happened with Debbie <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> just talks about Debbie <Speech_Female> a little bit. And Larisa <Speech_Female> says quote. <Speech_Female> Debbie is an old <Speech_Female> wolf <Speech_Female> if she can <Speech_Female> fight you <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> then she goes listen, you're <Speech_Female> beautiful. <Silence> You <Speech_Female> are beautiful <Speech_Female> you are sweetie. <Speech_Female> You have big boobies <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and then she squeezes her boobs <Speech_Female> very on brain-dead. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I know <Speech_Female> she <Speech_Female> feels so much <Speech_Female> better and I understand <Speech_Female> that though. She <Speech_Female> gets a lot harsher <Speech_Female> Marissa. <Speech_Female> So now they're best <Speech_Female> friends and <Speech_Female> larysa tells <Speech_Female> her listen at the end of the <Speech_Female> day off. This <Speech_Female> breakup was a blessing <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> to you. 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"larisa" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"So Sleek, they're so adorable and each bottle's 6.3 ounces. So it's like over a poor of a cup. Yeah, it's like a glass and a half of wine. So you try to pour wine down the sink when you don't want to finish the bottle, which I hate doing. That's like a pet peeve of months, of course because listen if especially if you don't drink and you're having like company over and they're just going to have a glass of wine, you don't have to open a whole bottle and then waste it right exactly and it doesn't say they won't go bad if you can't. Yeah, it's always fresh so you don't have like flat bubbly or stale rozay. Now this wine is a little bit different and I'm going to tell you why I bring this up at Larisa because Larisa would really like this. I saw Larisa and Eric meal prepping so, you know, they're into like all of these things these walk-ins are low carb and have zero grams of sugar. Wow. I can't believe that there's wine without sugar. Yeah, but don't grapes contain sugar, right? Yeah. That's what I'm thinking. Right? Okay, they do but to clarify all usual wines are produced using natural sub stainable grapes harvested every fall, right? So these grapes are picked at optimal ripeness to ensure all the sugar will be fermented completely off until the wines are dry with no residual sugar. So all that's left over is delicious clean wine the process of fermentation happens when natural yeast eat the naturally occurring sugar in the grapes in goes the sugar out comes the alcohol. Wow, that's really interesting. Actually. Yeah, so some winemakers they purposely and fermentation early to keep a little sugar in the wine. Right but usual wines are fermented until no more sugars are in the wash and this ensures the wines are as dry as possible and lower in calories. Awesome. They're really delicious guys. Go check out their website at ww.w usually home and use our discount code trash talk for $8 off your first order and try your first glass on us do it guys my God guys, that's usual wines.com.
"larisa" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
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"larisa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"An artificial closing and then what happened very incredibly is the numbers go and Larry was saying that with a hurricane you have a horrible hurricane in Florida or Texas and it's devastating and then the hurricane goes away and within two hours everyone's rebuilding and fixing and cleaning and cutting the grass and I've seen it in Texas I've seen it everywhere I've seen it everywhere Texas had a massive one Louisiana hurricanes Florida hurricanes but what happens is right after the hurricane one and this is what this is this is a terrible recession I don't even mention the D. word I don't talk about the dealer I want to talk about it because every time somebody even mentions I don't like the word but if you had a really really big bad recession it would take it could take ten twelve how long did it take in nineteen twenty nine it took many years to recover from that how many how long at ten I heard ten I think longer than that but that's okay I have fourteen fifteen years Larisa stencil let's go with ten but it takes a long time to recover but a hurricane you're back in business in one day two days three days and it's devastating and it's hard and this was a hurricane and it's going to get better fast because a lot of the numbers that you see there early numbers they're not even from this last month and by the way speaking of that you have the greatest.
Cristina Jimnez: DACA Trailblazer
"Christina so good to see you great to be here with you big so much. Thirteen years old. You immigrated to Queens with your family from Ecuador later found out your undocumented. So much of your work has relied on telling your own story. What aspects of the story had you been holding back on right really appreciate that question because in the work that I have been doing an immigrant rights so much of the work. It's my story. It's my experience and relieving the experience of growing up undocumented and as I knew that Don more storytelling which have learned to love. I am tapping into aspects of Hoyer. Lift experience that. It's not the typical. Perhaps story that the media has created around but an immigrant. Young person is or a dreamer for example one of the things that I am talking about more. Now it's my own journey of self lawf- For US people of Color as Latina's as immigrants. I think there's so much in the countries where were born and then when we come to the US like so much that tells us that we don't quite fit there were not enough You know you're not pretty enough. And I had all kinds of complicated feelings and shame about the color of my skin and my indigenous features and I remember this one moment. I was in college and I sign up for these women's Literature Class and my Professor Media Florida's who still teaches in the cuny system in the City University of New York starts walking US through the Syllabus. And she mentioned how we. GonNa realtor from black women and letting us and indigenous women and she looks at me and she says Oh. You have such a beautiful indigenous face and that moment was so impactful for me because I actually took it as offensive You know I'm a nineteen year old explorer my freshman year in college and I had grown up in the country in Ecuador in in a family where the wider that. You log the better looking. You're and he no comments about like. Oh we have to better their as they give me her. Larisa where things that I grew up. You know hearing and and so you develop this sense of like shame about my skin you know ten and Brown and so when she says this to me I wait until the end of the class and say to her. Why did you say that to me? This is an offensive comment to me. And she looked at me a little bit surprised and then said like. Oh let's have coffee. And my conversation with her and the books that are reading her class which included books like Voter and Kana Writers and also many other writers like Toni Morrison I entering to this journey of like decolonizing by understanding of myself and recognizing that we come from such a rich painful and complicated history of Komai -sation and of believing in valuing whiteness so much so that I had so much shame and I'm proud to say now that that journey has let me to like love. Why am be proud of who lamb how I look and with such too sick ownership and pride of my history and where I come from so those are some of the things that I am actually really excited to talk about more In Our community. Because I think that we need to have more of those conversations did you when you came to the US no you are coming undocumented or did you learn that later we came with my family in nineteen eighty eight and the context for how things happen. I think are so important. Ecuador is going through this political social turmoil. The president is kicked out of office. There's well guys like every day. Schools are shut down. My parents lose their jobs and for months they keep looking for jobs than there are just no jobs that leads to over three million people leaving the country in the late nineteen ninety s and my family was one of those fleeing poverty. And so we come here with big dreams. What I knew Was that we were coming to work because family was already here. Having on that had already settled in Queens in New York. And you know she says there are jobs here and so. That's one thing that my parents are looking forward to write like eager to work to to to support their family. We came here with visa. You know we were very blessed to even have at that time gone through. A process of getting a tourist visa approved The tourist visa is given to us for six months and we come in July. I remember because he was like a few days away from my birthday her fourteenth birthday and they find jobs and we decide to stay at the moment that we decided to stay which was closer to the moment where the visa expired. I knew that the day in October when the date when the visa will expire that will be the beginning of being undocumented in this country so I knew but what I will say Alycia is that I when you are at thirteen year old. You know something's in context like okay. Yes you know we're GONNA BE UNDOCUMENTED. But what does that really mean how that's going to impact my life? When was the first time you realize what it was going to mean for your life? There's this moment where I remember my dad. Give me a call out of my room like I need to talk to you in your help. You know as the only English proficient person in my home. My Dad is having problems with his employer. He was working at a car. Wash and Queens Boulevard in Queens and the employer doesn't WANNA pay waitress to him and other undocumented workers and he tells me can you please come with me and talk to him so that he can pass. I'm fourteen and I don't know where I had to just find the courage when I think about that. This probably resonate with many immigrants is that you end up. Having to become an adult real quick I could only think about like look how much sacrifice my parents are making and the left their entire lives and their families behind for me and for my brother. Jonathan delete that I could do is to find the courage with a me and use the fact that I know how to speak English. Now you know a little bit better than they do and do this for them. Although I was terrified I was terrified about showing up to this. Why Guy who was Italian. Who owned the car wash and ask him to pay the workers but had to you know. I did it because I think for me was like this the least of things that I can do for my parents and their sacrifices and when I spoke to him he said he will not do it and that if they didn't like it they could leave what ultimately embolden you tell your story a meet other undocumented young people and some of them are courageously shared their stories and then are feeling like. Oh my God. They're doing it and I'm not doing it like being such a coward Thought about it a lot when I started to see. The young people like me who had grown up in this country would also getting deported. Especially after nine eleven. Nine eleven happens when I mean my senior year in high school and immediately after my parents can have a driver's license anymore because the policy changes there is small some kids in my school that are being targeted. Nypd police officers are like subway stations. You could be. Surgeon asked for questions at any moment and so. I remember going through the point of being
Using seabirds to track ocean health
"We have and Roquetas Velarde as she's here to talk about using birds to you understand the Ocean Heinrich Atta Hello Sarah. How are you good? Thank you so much for joining us. What kinds of birds are useful for tracking what's going on in the ocean so I mainly working with turns and goals the but we can use Albatross is's bubis any kind of seabird will be giving you some type of information depending on how they use the environment so they could be telling you things about their prey species so if they you know certain kinds of fish? What else can they tell you about the ocean and the ecosystem they can tell you about whether their prey is very abundant or low usually low ocean temperatures will be the base of more productivity activity and so when the water temperature increases then the productivity goes down so they will tell you about that they can also tell you about pollution either from chemicals or from <unk> plastics like particles that they accumulate in their stomachs? Why is it easier say if you're looking at service temperatures and ocean productivity what why would it be easier to look at the birds rather than say the fish or plankton plight dinner something like that will for example of you want to know something about the fish? Usually you have to go with very expensive oceanographic research trips and if you're looking at the birds and you were at the nesting colony Lonie for example you can count the number of birds that are nesting or the number of nests that are established and then you can also weigh the birds or you can see the clutch size which means maybe they will lay one egg instead stood up two or three which is also indicative of lower food availability lewer ocean productivity these are much more accessible markers of all of these things rather than going to the ocean and trying to find the fish or measuring a lot love a large swath of ocean temperature exactly and if you have a large population nesting in a single island they will be your samplers and they will go out in every direction and they will bring back to the nesting area the information regarding whether there's a lot of food and what type of food varies right. There's also this important link between seabirds and fish stocks. We're talking commercial fishing here. Can you describe some of the past observations survey ships of this connection. My own experience for example is that when I started measuring or looking at the Diet of the birds that I work with they were feeding mainly on Pacific Sardine starting up saga about ninety percent of their diet was Pacific Sardine and a fleet the local sardine fishing fleet was taking a lot of sardines later on the birds started showing less and less sardine in their diet so about in nineteen eighty nine I. I started seeing almost no sardines in their diet and I went to the fishing fleet industry and I told him well you know the Sardinas almost gone and they were surprised because they were fishing a lot of sardine. They we're still being able to get a lot of sardines. The Sardine population collapsed in a couple of years so they're actually not only indicating how much there is but they can be predictors of what is going to happen in the following fishing thinks seasons because they are feeding on the small sardines which are not being fished yet by the fleet in these small sardines will eventually grow up in one or two years. These sardines are also known as Forage Fish. They're they are really a key species. What happens when they're over-fish? Twenty decline will the overfishing of all the forage fish is very important something that is happening worldwide one thing that is very important in about these fishes that they are key species. If we have a the upwelling ecosystems in the ocean that's when cold water comes up bringing with it nutrients and food for other birds and fish yes exactly that's what Edward Enhances the production of phytoplankton and so apply often. There's a lot of species many many species of Blackston those many many species of plankton get eaten by only a few species of forage rich fish like sardines anchovies carrying sent so forth these few species of fish are then used by seabirds other larger fish marine mammals of many many species even giant squid many species. He's so it's their job to turn plankton into meet exactly and that's why it's called the wasp waist ecosystem it goes through this very narrow tunnel and if that tunnel is disrupted then you're going to have a lot of Hungary a big species not able to deal with plankton is those fish are taken by fisheries and they're not taking sustainably then that will disrupt the foot web very drastically so birds are here not only not only is that food web important to them but there also these indicators of when this is happening yes so they're telling us that the plankton is not available through for example Tsk Sardine or northern anchalee or other species has following these birds on their colonies. How does that line up with other evidence like what satellites can tell us? Actually we're trying to do that right now. Many other scientists costs are doing that trying to relate for example the number of birds that are nesting or the breeding success to images that indicate sea surface temperature or chlorophyll concentration. It's turning out to be very interesting thing because it confirms that the CIBA's are actually telling us very interesting information even without having satellites for example if we didn't have satellites we could learn about the state of the ocean just by looking at what the seaward are are doing we have started deploying small tiny radio's on seabirds and that is also very interesting because that will tell us where they're feeding what routes migratory routes. They're following before getting to the breeding colony. What does it mean if their migration routes change or the breeding colony changes position or something like that well the breeding colonies have been changing positions recently in many species and that is a reflection of what's going on in the? The Ocean for example the sears that I work with the elegant turns through the years their nesting area has been shifting north they first established a little colony near San Diego then that colony grew and then they went all the way a close to L. A.. It's about a hundred kilometers in miles. It's about five hundred miles more or less so they're moving north and that has coincided with an increase in the ocean temperatures and increase in the ocean ocean temperatures anomalies in the Gulf of California and that is a reflection of they're not finding enough food where they used to nest in his Larisa where I work. How long have you been studying? These turns forty two years. We need to keep studying these patterns because our life is too short and if several generations of humans follow the studies then we'll be able to find something even more interesting than what we're finding doc. No all right thank you so much will thank you for inviting me for this interview and I hope many people read it here because I think it's good for the public to learn about all these issues and rick head of alarm. Day is a researcher Pitcher at the Institute of Marine Sciences and Fisheries at the University of Veracruz in
"larisa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"There's some websites. Claim to be conservative, but are really not one of them is the American conservative. And one of the writers is Daniel Larisa. I don't know who the hell Daniel Arison is, and you don't either. But I want to point it out. And he writes a piece Pompeo's, big nuclear deal lies. See, ladies and gentlemen. Iran is on the move. The Islamic Nazis. Want to Merv their missiles, put on nuclear warheads. They don't make any secret of it. They've killed hundreds and hundreds of Americans and they wanna kill thousands of thousands more. So I did the interview of secretary Pompeii on extremely bright, man. A patriot. Who was head of the CIA now is head of the State Department of serving the president very, very well. And Iran's on the move rain is blowing up oil tankers. Iran is our enemy. Just listen. They'll tell you that. So here's how this clown. Daniel Larisa begins, his piece at the American concerts, not the American conservatives conservative. That'd be called the American code pink. Website. Pompeo was on the Mark Levin show yesterday. And he gave this ridiculous answer to one of Levine's unhinged questions question. Let me move to Iran now. This is a terrace state. This has been a problem since I was in the Reagan administration, obviously, and even before during the Carter administration, they've just got more of their conquering neighbors. They're inciting terrorist activities, there funding terrorist activities. The responsible for the death of God knows how many American soldiers and I've been reading lately that they are sprinting towards their goals of ICBM's with nuclear warheads. Do we know anything more about this? So that's an unhinged. Question is. According to low IQ Daniel Arison if that is as name. Pompeo says Mark what I can save this the deal that the previous administration entered it to actually green lighted, much the activity that you're seeing in Iran today. Certainly the missile activity which was prohibited. Now's less so less. Constrained, their capacity that is to deliver a heavy payloads, which could include nuclear warheads over longer distances. With more accuracy was freed up and importantly to there was a whole lot of money. There was a lot of wealth. Graded for ran by lifting the sanctions and giving them the capacity to pay. Scientists bring a material do all the things you need to do to build a full suite of nuclear weapons capabilities from the weapons systems to delivery vehicles to the Faisal material that goes with that was the central flow of what John Kerry and President Obama negotiated green their capacity to do that, and created the wealth that underpins capable program. All right. Something wrong with that. Well, here comes this, clown. There's a lot wrong with Pompeo's answer. But the most important part was indulgence of Levinsky premise that Iran is sprinting towards their goal of ICBM's would nuclear warheads Randy's not have a goal of building ICBM's, or nuclear warheads. The Iranian government has repeatedly disavowed this intention. They are a party to the non Perritt. Listen to this city to the non-proliferation treaty, and they've complied with the terms of the J, C, P, O A for more than three years. They can hardly be sprinting towards something. They're not trying to do. I don't know where LeVine is supposedly read this claim. But whatever is source was it is completely untrue. A minimally responsible public official would not indulge her encourage this baseless speculation. But that is exactly what Pompeo does Pompeo repeats a number falsehoods. And it goes on. Now, I don't know who this jackass is. But he's obviously a. An isolated NIST is what he is. And this is a very small wing within the conservative part of the conservative movement. And yet, they use the words American conservative, the American conservative other not. There. Quislings. Quislings the soft underbelly. Iran is building a military. For the region. And nuclear capability for us. Why else would they need it? Iran is undertaking terrorist acts and it has for decades. And it's not just pump peyot and Mark Levin. And it's not just the president of the United States. Carter Reagan Bush, Clinton Bush. Course Obama was a was a sell-out and Trump. But somehow Daniel Larisa of the American conservative knows better than the former head of the CIA and secretaries after all, ladies and gentlemen. Iran doesn't lie. They're part of the non-proliferation treaty for crying out loud. Hit a lie. They're to be believed by this by this, clown. How pay us big nuclear deal lies. No pow. You're looking in the mirror, and it's not very pretty. Fact. Fact there's video. Of what the Iranians did. To these oil ships in the Gulf of all mon-. These tankers were they blew them up, and that's four now that they've blown up. Now, let me tell you the truth. This is going to be hard for some people to hear. Including the so-called American conservative. Let me tell you the truth. And unfortunately, I have to put it this way. I'm not in Neo con they hate my guts. I'm not an interventionist the way that McCain was the way Rubio is at the drop of a hat. That's not me. But I do believe in a strong national security. I'm a Reaganite. Those navigable waters need to be open for our sake and the sake of the world, the Iranians have killed enough Americans. Hezbollah actually is active in our hemisphere, including in our country, drug, trafficking there've been many articles right on that about this. Apparently the American conservative doesn't do very much research. Iran is a dangerous dangerous country. And the fact of the matter is if it continues to attack in navigable waters. Oil tankers, if it continues to threaten us, which is why we've picked up military there. You ready for this? Then it needs to be hit. I'm not saying all out war, but it needs to be hit. You cannot continue to allow a country like this. To do what it's doing in Yemen to do what it's doing to Saudi Arabia to do what it's doing in Iraq to do what it's doing in Syria. To do what it's doing with Israel to do with its doing first and foremost with the United States. I keep turning the other cheek because in the end that results in more casualties, not less more casualties, not less. It's why have to stand up to red China at some point, which is exactly what this president's doing, which is also why I do not understand. Some of these never-trumpers. Who are more concerned about words in tweets and comments, the president makes then the actual actions he's taking. And while I'm on the subject. Well, I have to take a break, but I want to come up briefly on Alan Dershowitz. Many of you have come to love. But is in fact. In fact and entrenched democrat says a lot of good things. But he is what he is when I come back..
"larisa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A massive construction project gets underway today on the Tobin bridge and in sports Red Sox stumble into Oakland tonight. Bruins trip up in Detroit in the Celtics will host the heat at the garden later on protests expected in Chicago today following last week's sudden decision to drop all charges against actor. Jesse small. Ed, meantime, CBS's Ileana Diaz says the entertainment world chimed in over the weekend with their take on. This case was a no show for his nomination at the fifth annual image awards. Saturday night. But that didn't keep the empire actor out of the spotlight. What was he thinking comedian, Chris rock gross did Smolen during an award presentation? Jesse from now. You'll even get the, you know. Respects, you get no respect from me. Others showed support stand with Jesse. They continued backlash comes days after Chicago. Prosecutors dropped sixteen charges against Milan for allegedly claiming to be a victim of a hate crime on this weekend, even Saturday night. Live took aim at the actor in a sketch where network executives fire small ad after telling outlandish stories of being attacked, the deaths of a man and woman in Hollis. New Hampshire have been ruled a murder. Suicide officials believe Brian mcdonagh shot and killed a Lisa mayo. Then turned the gun on himself. The two did know each other. According to authorities their bodies discovered by police during a welfare check of their house a frantic scene in Stoughton yesterday as about two dozen patients had to be evacuated from a healthcare facility Stoughton. Fire chief, Michael Larisa explains. What happened to fire department.
"larisa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I agree. It's I mean, look you can choose to ignore the social media stuff which. Which is fine. But just so much of it comes out, and it just doesn't make sense to me why they don't have to sign an NDA. Yeah. No. I think it's absolutely crazy. Because the thing is they should have the foresight to realize, okay. Because some of the reading I've done on how the pay structure is for ninety day fiance. So obviously because the the foreign spouse is not a most of the time aren't allowed to work while they're there, they they don't get paid to be on the show the American counterpart gets paid the full amount. So and it's not even that much. I think it's a thousand per episode, and then like twenty five hundred for tell all I think it's something along those lines. So obviously, they're going to use this momentum to try and make as much money and like get as much out there as possible, right? That's why we see all this cameo stuff. That's why lead us trying to get endorsements through Instagram. So getting India son would be so much better. Because then the full extent of it is really the most nuggets of information that will come out is oh, someone searched the database, and there's no marriage certificate or something along those lines or there's a divorce or ticket kind of thing. If they had to sign an NDA without also stop all of the fricken. Go fund me is because lease fund me Ogun. Steven have a gofundme e. Larussa has a go fund. Yeah. It's non-stop. Like, they're put a gofundme me up for anything. Yeah. It's it's crazy. Okay. So let's see so. Yeah. So we do know that Colton Larisa did file for divorce. With three or four days ago. Sorry. Potentially. I don't know. We don't know these crazy kids, and I'm not entirely sure. How so oh I come into the expertise with someone who has been divorced. You're welcome. So the way it works in Louisiana, which is where we filed for divorce essentially, you had to file for separation first, and then you had to win to file for divorce later once you had lived apart for a certain amount of time. So I don't know for them. If that's the way it works in Nevada 'cause I know some places you can just file and unlike that's that. Yeah. So I don't know or if they need a judge court ruling or anything like that. It's interesting because I did read about on because people were asking if Jonathan and Fernando got divorced and someone mentioned that in North Carolina. It's they have to be living separately for a year before they file some like filed for separation. It was a semi. Yeah. So the state to state. Oh god. Okay. All right. The the only other thing I have is Kohl's also has a dick pic. Why don't bring attention to this is it's. I'm not gonna size. Shame him because I don't I don't believe in that. You know, you can work with anything. I can I can I describe it. Yes. I'm sorry. Okay. To put it in Laura swords. It's not biggie. No. But it doesn't know this is too much. We're not gonna talk about this. It's out there if you're interested, but you're probably not going to be you shouldn't be. It's just it's not Lateran picture send a selfie to someone. Hold a little effort into it. I'm just saying. And this is apparently the picture that colty was sending all the women that he was messaging while he was cheating or this was the template. This was that's how the picture got out was because it was one of the women that was messaging, and then that's how it came out. God see this is the stuff that makes me think. He's really stupid. Yeah. Well, I don't know. I I don't know. He's an idiot. I mean, I think he just he's an attention whore. I don't really I don't know what he expected that. It would get out but kalani actually said something funny to him on social media. She said oh Colt sending and she put quotes around dick picks and videos to women who aren't your wife, isn't an occupation. Silly..
'The Ranch': Dax Shepard joins Netflix comedy as recurring following Danny Masterson's exit
"Will be happy to hear this news stars has added a third series from filipa gregory there was the white queen the white princess get the spanish prince iceberg casting it will revolve around catherine of aragon the beautiful teenage princess of spain who had been promised to the english throne to the english known since she was child now we're husband prince arthur he die suddenly because she was still region she get married again right away to henry henry the eighth be so good the stars dax shepard getting another job he will be a recurring guest star in the second half of the ranch's season is on netflix play loop former soldier who comes to garrison this is the name of the town with some history concerning the ranch there he meets the ballots and forms of bond with ashton kutcher character he's replacing that danny mass it's not really know what they needed another do not do it so he's friends with ashton kutcher and sam elliott who swiss dash the absolutely adore as the dead on the show nickelodeon recruiting another one of its former heads nineties kids here we go larisa explains it all they're going to rebuild it with former star melissa joan hart she will reprise her role as clarisa darlie goaty this time you'll play the mother of the family as opposed to the dog hey look at that as she got.