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Rep. Matt Gaetz's Lesson to Freshman Congressmen

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

Rep. Matt Gaetz's Lesson to Freshman Congressmen

"You. What is the lesson learned that you want to send to all those freshmen congressmen and women or all those people in the media spotlight? This is a mark of being effective, is it not? Yes. I tell folks like Lauren boebert, Martin jury Taylor Greene, Madison Cawthorn. Folks who I think are really untethered from the corrupt influences of this place that there's two kind of fighters in this town, those who've had a scandal and those who will have a scandal because they gin up nonsense. I mean, I saw that with Cawthorn. You see that with boebert, where they really try to focus you on everything other than the task at hand. And one thing that president Trump taught us, you can't let the process be the punishment. You have to remain focused and driven for the mission for the people. And never, ever apologize for anything, fight, fight,

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Boebert in call refuses to apologize for anti-Muslim remarks

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 d ago

Boebert in call refuses to apologize for anti-Muslim remarks

"A a Republican Republican congressman congressman who who like like into into Muslim Muslim colleague colleague to to a a suicide suicide bombing bombing terrorist terrorist is is not not issuing issuing a a public public apology apology there there was was a a conversation conversation between between Republican Republican Lauren Lauren Bower Bower bird bird of of Colorado Colorado who who made made anti anti Muslim Muslim remarks remarks against against Congress Congress woman woman ill ill hunt hunt Omar Omar it it constituents constituents gathering gathering caught caught on on tape tape the the call call ended ended abruptly abruptly after after beau beau Burke Burke rejected rejected March March request request for for a a public public apology apology Moberg Moberg previously previously apologized apologized to to anyone anyone in in the the Muslim Muslim community community she she offended offended but but nothing nothing to to her her democratic democratic colleague colleague observers observers say say these these personal personal attacks attacks have have been been going going largely largely unchecked unchecked by by house house Republican Republican leaders leaders and and it's it's not not clear clear how how Democrats Democrats will will respond respond Omar Omar herself herself was was called called out out for for an an anti anti semitic semitic comment comment in in twenty twenty nineteen nineteen and and pressured pressured by by house house leadership leadership to to apologize apologize which which she she did did I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Omar seeks action over House colleague's remarks on Muslims

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last week

Omar seeks action over House colleague's remarks on Muslims

"Minnesota congresswoman ill hunt Omar is demanding house leaders take appropriate action against a Republican congresswoman who made derogatory references to Omar's Muslim faith Democrat bill Han Omar is a member of the so called squad a group of progressive newer members of Congress Colorado Republican Lauren bow perch in a video posted on Twitter referred to her as a member of the jihad squad a reference to an Islamic holy war also making a comment about her colleague Omar near an elevator saying they were fine because she didn't have a backpack viewed as a reference to a suicide bomber the remarks at a constituents meeting drew laughter although Bo Burton did apologize congresswoman Omar is calling on leaders of the house to take appropriate action saying normalizing bigotry not only endangers her life but the lives of all Muslims adding anti Muslim bigotry has no place in Congress I'm Jackie Quinn

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The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

"Tom milanowski Democrat New Jersey Lauren Underwood Democrat Illinois Sidney axe need Democrat Iowa Abigail spanberger Democrat Virginia Conner lamb Democrat Pennsylvania Carolyn Bordeaux Democrat Georgia Ron kind Democrat Wisconsin Lizzie pennell Fletcher Democrat Texas Hele Stevens Democrat Michigan Tom O'Leary Democrat Arizona Sheri bustos Democrat Illinois Matt Cartwright Democrat Pennsylvania Jimmy Gomez Democrat California Susie Lee Democrat Nevada Susan wild Democrat Pennsylvania Kim schrier Democrat Washington state Elise a slot Nick Democrat Michigan Stephen horsford Democrat Nevada Chris Pappas Democrat New Hampshire Colin allred Democrat Texas Elaine lauria Democrat Virginia Mike Levin Democrat California Charlie Crist Democrat Florida Peter defazio Democrat Oregon Tim Ryan Democrat Ohio And as they say the Amnesty provisions in the filibuster proof reconciliation package which only needs majority support the

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Police: 2 die, 4 injured in Idaho mall shooting

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Police: 2 die, 4 injured in Idaho mall shooting

"Police in Boise Idaho say they're confident the gunmen who opened fire inside a shopping mall Monday killing two people was acting alone the city of Boise is still reeling mayor Lauren McLean on the shock of a fatal shooting inside the Boise Towne square countless people found themselves in such a situation they never would have nor should have expected courtesy of K. I. V. I. T. V. police chief Brian lease as they were able to take the gun men into custody after a shootout with officers the suspect and one officer hit we really cannot at this time speak to any motivation behind it mall Walker says she heard several loud bangs and told her friend they needed to run and they did she says all the way out to the parking lot and beyond to get as far away as possible hi Jackie Quinn

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"lauren" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

04:40 min | 2 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"And you can share that with your your community for sure you really yours. Yeah it's going to be in the show notes so pay attention able be there for you. Yeah so i mean. I think it's really important that people connect to the real you and your show though about building relationships and building relationships obviously tie into the bigger picture of how you build your business and on an how people are willing to refer you endorse you talk about you behind your back in the way right right right. So lauren tell us who is your ideal client. Ideal client is a personal brand fort. Well there's a couple of different places so my my ideal client for coaching and for mastermind is a a person who is Who maybe has some idea about what they want in their business has some idea about what they're where they're going in their business but knows that they want to become legendary for doing what they do so my ideal client wants to get more podcasts. They want to speak more. They want to be more well known they want to build connections strategic connections with the right people but build those connections out on expecting anything in return so that they know those connections are solid for a long time in those. Those are the people that i like to work with. And there are people that are very aligned with who i am and who who want to Who wants to build their presence in this big kind of scary weird world of marketing by building in a way that feels very aligned to them on. Because i truly believe until you're showing up as extra you on on your presence on social media in your personal brand in life until you're being extra you you won't be able to You won't be able to truly show up. You'll always have this resistance of. Am i doing this right. I don't think this is working. I'm and so my idea is to help. People find that in themselves and really build their personal brand presence around that. Don't you well. Of course that all of that is predicated on the notion that this person that you work with actually knows who he or she is Who because i know. I've worked with people before where they said they wanted to go a certain direction and after having spent some time with them became very clear where they said they wanted to go was not where needed to go at least not in that moment and it required some some work on their part to try and figure out who they were in once they were able to identify that see. I didn't have to tell him that. I knew it. But an say that we did some work on the discovering who you are part that led us to get to the y. And once we got to the y. Didn't even think about going that direction anymore..

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"lauren" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

05:18 min | 2 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"Welcome back everyone to the relationships in revenue. Podcast i am your host john ulan. I am so glad that you chose to spend time with me today. And it is my absolute pleasure to have on the podcast. Lauren davis lauren. How are you am so. Have you leave here. Thank you for and having the doing great. You bet you bet well folks. I'm super excited to have her with us today. Because lauren is the wing of social media and branding. She is amazing at those things. And i can't wait for you to learn more about her to let me tell you a little bit about her. So lawrence is clearly in entrepreneur as she believe it or not is a record store owner in the town where she lives. it's fantastic. I love that allow that. She's a record store owner. This is a little bit of insight reminds me back when i was a kid lauren. When i was a kid. I lived in saint. Louis i lived in a part of saint..

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The Radical Story PBS Journalist Yamiche Alcindor Wanted to Get Across

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 months ago

The Radical Story PBS Journalist Yamiche Alcindor Wanted to Get Across

"PBS has promoted alcindor to a prominent post And she was at The White House briefing today And here's what she had to say cut 9 go Respectfully I understand that you are disposed person for the president These are images that are traumatizing Haitian Americans that he promised to treat respectfully and with humanity Why isn't the president telling people himself these images that people say look like slavery are wrong Okay hold on Who are the people that say it looks like slavery Waters and some others Is listening to Lauren Jones Lawrence Jones this guy is a rising star if not a star on Fox African American Sharp dude He said slavery slavery These people are coming into our country violating our law they're coming voluntarily There's nothing here about slavery They could turn around and leave And Dimitri I'll send her nose That the horses are used and that these are not whips by now she knew by the afternoon at that press briefing that those were not whips that Haitians were not being whipped And that horses are used to control areas and rivers and so forth because they can't get vehicles down there The border patrol is overwhelmed They're doing their best She also knows she also knows that the border patrol is feeding people getting them water Trying to provide them with some of these these portable potties and so forth That what they're doing is enormously humane But that's not the picture you meet our cinder a radical Democrat dressed up as a PBS journalist wants to get across

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Breaking the Formulaic Mold of Contemporary Christian Music

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 2 months ago

Breaking the Formulaic Mold of Contemporary Christian Music

"To andy irwin of the famous irwin brothers. You probably remember the film. i can only imagine. There's a new film out called the jesus music movie obviously self explanatory. It's about jesus music. We were just talking. Andy about this strange moment in the culture and to me. It's there's something sad about it where we had people mainstream figures. Billy graham to some extent was a mainstream figure. But we had johnny cash. We had chris christopherson singing unapologetic. Jesus music maybe the issue is that we have separated it into a. I think a lot of people think sometimes that when you do that you sort of marginalize yourself in other words it would be wonderful if everybody in the country was listening to the music rather than just people who listen to ccm. So i don't know where. Do you think we're going with that because i feel like you don't reach people if you're just in your own little genre. Yeah i think we explore that in documentary for sure because there was there. Was this purity where it started And you know the people that there wasn't an industry around. It was his people. That kind of organically started kind of expressing their fate. And then they're kind of became something where it became a little bit more for formulaic and then people blazed trails in new directions and then it will become formulaic. And then you know that was always the struggle between you know the commerce of it of just kind of play into your base and then being able to do really great art. And i think you know the exciting thing about it. Is i think you know we try to find something. That was universally relatable and the idea of You know outside of it being genre of these trailblazers that said hey. My voice is represented and i would like to form something that doesn't exist That's incredibly romantic. But along the way you know it can get kind of formulaic and just kind of play to the base. I think the exciting thing that's happening now. With the arts you know across the board Not just with with music but also hopefully you know heading that direction in film is there's been an opportunity To kind of branch out beyond the walls and so we kind of go into where it has been the started to make those steps in that direction. Like with the lauren bagels. And the you know for king country. Mcrae's there's these modern artists that are beginning to kind of blur. Those lines a little bit more and reach a broader

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Paul Pierce, Chris Bosh Among 16 Inducted Into Basketball Hall of Fame

The Breakfast Club

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Paul Pierce, Chris Bosh Among 16 Inducted Into Basketball Hall of Fame

"Talk about the basketball hall of fame. They celebrated the class of twenty twenty one on saturday. They were sixteen legends. That were inducted into the hall of fame among those people chris. Bosh paul pierce chris webber also bill russell the first black mba head coach Two-time ncw national champion villanova coach jay wright seven-time wnba star in two time olympic gold medalist yolanda griffith seven times. Wnba star and three-time wnba. Most valuable player lauren jackson. Those were among the people who were honored. And here is paul. Here's Talking about the teams passed on him. Coming out of college team. All american projected number two pick and so. I like to thank the clippers new cover grizzlies denver nuggets. Toronto raptors go to stay whereas dallas mavericks sacramento case philadelphia. Seventy sixers and walkie buck knives past. Thank you for passing on adding fuel to my

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House Asks Companies to Save Jan. 6 Phone, Computer Records

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

House Asks Companies to Save Jan. 6 Phone, Computer Records

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting the house asks companies to save January sixth phone and computer records the house committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the US capitol is asking social media and the telecommunications companies to preserve phone or computer records from that day representative Bennie Thompson the committee chairman sent a letter Monday to thirty five companies the letter asks for preservation of records relating to certain individuals according to a person familiar with the request who requested anonymity individuals named include former president Donald Trump is children Donald junior Ivanka and Eric and several Republican allies in Congress including representatives mo Brooks Jim Jordan Matt Gaetz Marjorie Taylor green and Lauren both overt Mike Rossi out Washington

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The Secret Bias Hidden in Mortgage-Approval Algorithms

Morning Edition

01:58 min | 3 months ago

The Secret Bias Hidden in Mortgage-Approval Algorithms

"Likely to deny mortgages to people of color than to white people with comparable financial profiles, according to a report released this morning from the investigative news outlet, the markup. The team there analyzed about two million conventional mortgage applications from 2019. These are separate from the one subsidized by the government for people with lower credit scores. The new analysis finds that nationwide lenders were 40% more likely to reject Latina X applicants and 80% more likely to reject black applicants. Key suspect here, Bias built into the algorithms software used to guide the loan approval process. I spoke to Emanuel Martinez, Data reporter at the Markup who worked on this story, along with his colleague, Lauren Kershner. I found that people of color are more likely to be denied than their white counterparts even when they look financially the same, and those include factors at the lending industry said would explain them away. So for context, David, I've been looking at this topic for the last four years. I've been working with this data extensively in the first time around. I published this analysis found the same thing. Lenders told me that they weren't denying people of color because of their race. They were denying them because of things like debt to income ratio combined loan to value racial And now with this analysis, I have those two ratios. And I still find that people of color are denied at higher rates even when including those two important financial characteristics now I saw and you cited the American Bankers Association. He said. The data that you could get still had limitations, and they don't believe you've made the case that the system discriminates right there. Updated statement is that it's still about credit score and credit histories. But when the C F P B when the government looked at that particular metric, they found that when they hold credit score, constant people of color still are denied at higher rates than their white counterparts.

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Who Will Pay To Protect Tech Giants From Rising Seas?

Short Wave

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Who Will Pay To Protect Tech Giants From Rising Seas?

"Lauren in our episode last week you told us about facebook how the company has built its headquarters on the waterfront and at sea levels rise it and the cities around it will need to build defences to keep the water back and the big question in that story was was a fair amount for facebook to pay for those defenses. And today we're talking about whether buildings should happen at all in areas vulnerable to climate change. And it's a story that involves another tech giant google. Yes and for google. The situation is a little different. And i should say google is among npr's financial supporters. Yep disclosure Yeah they recently bought a lot of property in sunnyvale with plans to build a major expansion on it. it's actually more than seventy properties close to the shoreline worth almost three billion dollars. Whoa okay that's a lot and what's there now. Yeah this neighborhood. It's known as moffett park. It's really an office park right now. There's lots of these low rise office buildings with lots of big parking. Lots what google wants to build is different. It'll be offices of course but also housing which isn't in moffett park right now and it's it's not for employees necessarily. It'll be on the market for anyone. They're also envisioning green spaces and bike paths basically walkable neighborhoods. That's the direction. A lot of cities are going in. Right yeah. I mean getting people out of their cars and moving away from the suburban model. Yeah and changing. Our land use is a key strategy for dealing with climate change and cutting carbon emissions but climate change is also a problem for this neighborhood because sea levels are rising and rising increasingly. Fast right okay. So how soon will that encroaching water be a problem fairly quickly. I mean there's already been about eight inches of sea level rise over the last century. By mid century san francisco bay could see about a foot to two feet and by the end of the century. It could be as much as seven feet. If humans don't substantially cut emissions so basically every high tide is getting higher and the risk of flooding is greater if there's a storm or wins that create bigger

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Alfresco Dining Tips From Outdoorsy Diva Lauren Gay

The Zest

02:12 min | 3 months ago

Alfresco Dining Tips From Outdoorsy Diva Lauren Gay

"Let's talk about the food. Let's start with camping. When the weather cools down this is floridians. Time to get out there. So what would you take on a camping trip today. Not cold cuts and pb and j. I'm guessing no no no like so for me. I beat the go-to as those foil. Packet mills that you can kind of prep beforehand and just keep them in your cooler on ice so you can take stuff like shrimp and potatoes with some veggies and season it and have it and you're full packet in. Just throw that puppy on the grill. And your any eat you can use Baked potatoes and stuff from with whatever it is. You like you can eat regular potatoes. Sweet potatoes you can even do like breakfast type of things like with frozen hash browns and your sausage and cheese and all that stuff and prep it and just have it. Ready to go in a foil packet. That's probably the easiest way if you don't wanna like carry a skillet or something like that even just heat up the foil packet and boom like whatever you could imagine that you could do like in a dish like in a in a casserole dish or something you can do it in the packet. I never really thought about that. My imagination is kind of running wild. Now what if you do want to carry a skillet. What are some tools or utensils that you maybe would bring along you. Did i mean you you wanna use something like a cast iron skillet. You don't wanna go putting your you know the that ceramic type stuff on like an open flame so you wanna use something. That's girl friendly on is the biggest thing you want to make. Sure you had your utensils like your spatula. Your tongs on bring your seasoning things like that. I mean it's is nothing to deep is just you know you have to remember if you're camping where you're just driving and you can keep up in the car. Then that's cool. That's great if it's a situation where you're backpacking and you've got a bit of a hike to get to your site. Then that's a whole other beast and so you have to completely rethink kyler gonna do this because whatever you have you have to carry it

When Sea Levels Rise, Who Should Pay?

Short Wave

01:39 min | 3 months ago

When Sea Levels Rise, Who Should Pay?

"We're beginning with a giant pile of dirt. Okay i'll go with it. i'll go with it. okay. It's not just any pile of dirt. It happens to be right outside of facebook's campus in the san francisco bay area where we're standing right. Now is the outboard levy of the facebook campus in menlo park. That's kevin murray. He works for the san francisco creek joint powers authority which is an agency that works on flood protection in the area. We're walking on top of that levee which surrounds the tech companies brightly colored buildings. So why does facebook need a levy. Well the company's headquarters is right on the shoreline of san francisco bay and over the last decade. They've built huge state of the art buildings on the waterfront. So the levy is protection from the bay. But kevin told me levy isn't exactly the right way to describe it because a levee is designed to protect people at has to meet engineering standards that ensure it holds up these don't those structures that are providing flood barrier now are not adequate and are subject to failure if we have a really big tide or a big wind event or a big storm surge so lauren did facebook know that when they built their they did and now the risk is getting even bigger because sea levels are rising in a hotter climate so the region is looking at building a bigger levee. Sixteen feet tall. It will cost more than one hundred million dollars and the federal government. Just preliminarily awarded about half that money. But that's raising questions about who should be footing. The bill for adapt into the consequences of climate change. Coastal cities are going to need billions of dollars to protect their shorelines from rising

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Where Big Companies Stand on Delta Variant and Return to Office Plans

1A

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Where Big Companies Stand on Delta Variant and Return to Office Plans

"To the office. Target planned a hybrid model in September, but corporate personnel will now be at home for the rest of the year. Lauren. What does this say about the kind of brake pumping We could see for businesses as we, You know, Lots of folks are talking about heading back to work. I mean, I think the adults a variant, you know, you see a lot of memes on Twitter that your fall plans and then the adult of area. Essentially the delta variant is very wreaking havoc on not only your fault plans but also on businesses plans to reopen, But I think it's important to note. There's a lot of folks that have been at work this entire time. And what does this mean for them? That you're seeing rising levels of covid in their community? Not everyone has the opportunity to work from home or to work from a hybrid model, So it's not. I mean, it's not just folks that you know there are folks that may get to go back to work here in the next couple months, but I do think you're seeing more corporations delay that until next year is it likely will see something from the CDC recommending moves

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"lauren" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

08:22 min | 4 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"My tracks. I i wanna make sure at the end of this road. I care about people. More than the way. I cared about them when i started. I wanna is it into this and know that when people came to my shows in the beginning micro They experienced something. Sure in a win. I on my deathbed the lascaux that they came to they still felt the same presence in the same conver- i i don't want to forsake that space for the things of the world and though it is tempting i mean my gosh did the hustle and the amount of opportunities in the pressure to cheap success beyond anything we've ever produced before by stay successful and bids on that is altruistic. Don't ever listen to any of that. Just shut your ears to it. Yeah that's always say internally all the time by just from our conversation the other day we were like we're not only to work hard is thing it is on where i love. Love it But but striving for things that the world puts in front versus resting in what i will provide. Those are two very different places. Resting comes with sustainability it allows you bog jeopardy. Striving creates burnt out creates disdain. Jaded nece There's a difference between working replacing rest or versus working to beat the next door down. And i had seen miracle after miracle of that. Very thing where we'll be like okay. Don't know how wonder how it's gonna turn out scratching our head. Wonder how it's going to happen. And god i oh yeah. Here's where i'm going to drop it in. Here's around japan and here's an open door. Hope joy walking through it in knits. Site sowed zillow rating. Because you know you're you're walking hand in hand with what you said earlier the almighty us talking today as one of those situations. I listen to your show when i when i was a teenager. It was i a friend and a comfort. I would listen to your voice and it would be at midnight hour and i would just. I don't know I remember playing at midnight indistinct. I have someone who is peaceful. I felt peace listening. It didn't matter what story it was. I saw comfort just in the way that you spoke in the tone of your voice. Now i know what was behind the voice And i feel like it's a full circle moment for me as well because there were there. Were so many times where your show. How by hand when i would just drive around the car at midnight is i. Don't know what else to do. You know And so then to see that god would use brier that he used your story to see here in and make something beautiful happen on the years later. I wasn't eating at the time like years later. These words initated your heart brier and became a place for a full circle. Moment to happen is pretty amazing. That it's awesome. yeah. I'm so grateful to be a part of this. I so grateful to see that words and that just even a voice can mean so much. Your mom's voice meant something to me and amah voice admits to you and therefore it midst of the back to your mom. Febru- that's wild. And here's the thing. I know because of who bryer is when she finds her voice in that relationship develops between her and god. She is going to be able to inspire so many young people. We got four hundred eighty seven thousand kids in foster care right now. Wow and less than five percent will ever have forever families so she will be god willing a the voice to to encourage them. Wow i look forward to seeing that neetu be standing next to you girl. Give me a call. What an absolute pleasure. It was to have lauren with us today. I'd like to thank her. And my podcast sponsors. That make this conversation possible. I love being creative. And i'm excited to welcome annie's kit clubs as one of my podcast sponsors as fast paced and crazy as the world is today. I love that. Annie's kits get kids off the screens and into some hands on creative fun. There's kids for all ages. Even adults from young woodworker kids to card making two knitting. Anne's has a great summer offer. Seventy five percent off your first month. Visit annie's kit clubs dot com slash radio annie's kit clubs dot com slash radio. They let everyone escape into a world of creativity. We've been talking with lauren dagel and if you are not familiar with her music trust me you should be. If you are the now you know why she is so beloved around the world and where can people find you. Where can people see you like. Give me the well. We are going on tour in september is finally going out so he can go to laura dago dot com for all the tour dates and as is at lauren. Underscore dayquil for the fun. Extra behind the things okay. Lauren underscored day goal Instagram and lauren diggle dot com for tour dates. And we we meaning brier and mom and tow will see you in september. Yes oh okay. Good y'all come backstage and giving me hugs lauren. Gifted us with the beautiful powerful new single this february called. Hold on to me that we've been listening to a lot here at my house. Social media exploded after she performed it on the voice so we already know. It's going to be a huge crossover success. You can listen to hold onto me and download it from her website. Lauren dagel dot com. And if you're lucky enough to score tickets to a performance while she's on tour this fall you're going to be in for a treat. I cannot wait for more new music from her and to watch and applied how her charity. The price fund continues to help build strong kids and strong communities wherever remember from every generation is supported and reminded of their importance. Lauren credits her grandfather with instilling. The idea within her that loving the world happens one relationship at a time. I couldn't agree more. That is why i called this. Podcast love someone. And why. I implore you all to do just that get to know the hearts of your family. Your friends your neighbors your community reach out in love and you will change the world one heart at a time. Just like lauren is. I do hope you're enjoying these long. Lovely summer days. And taking the time to do a little stargazing at night. Please join me next time on. Love someone for another inspiring conversation. New episodes dropped the second and fourth tuesday of the month. You can subscribe on any of the dozens of podcasts platforms out there so you won't miss a single god bless you and.

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"lauren" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

07:24 min | 4 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"You raised in a house with faith wise and i grew up in a household that was honest and i think there's something about that where we could. I mean i'll never forget being around like drugs for the first time or something and going home and telling my dad and there wasn't dislike scolding there was like a a the arrogant nervousness situations. Just call me. I'll come get you and it was like what you know and i feel like because we had this household people do got they just got they got with the world was like they got what faith looks like in the middle of the world and I feel like it gave us a pretty holistic view of how they can interact in a world so different and for me. That's what that's what faith oak side. Lauren your music is heard by millions. Every time i play one of your songs on my radio show you got ten million people listening to it. And that's just me. That's not christian. Radio that's not the international market. That's not your videos. That's not your youtube. That's not you know. Think about how many millions of lives have been impacted by the lyrics. And it's not just the lyrics. The lyrics are pretty impactful. If if someone were to just go through your song list you go through your cd and read the lyrics to each song heat song. The lyrics are a sermon. You know a message. But it's the way you deliver them and your voice and your love that comes through loud and clear and i think for god to grow that child of your music and to grow you to the point that you wouldn't be destroyed by the success you're experiencing. Wow my gosh that revelation right there. I like i said in that for a long time. I have interviewed so many and got to spend time with so many amazingly talented young people. So many really talented young people when they're in their teens or twenties and by the time they're in their thirties. Late twenties oftentimes. My heart is grieved. When i see how. The worldliness and the machine has taken over the machine. The industry has taken over and that innocence in that joy that i noticed when i met them as completely gone. And it's just the machine cranking out you know. You gotta keep feeding the machine and when i look at you i don't see any of that Wow i see just raw natural beauty. Does that make sense. Oh one hundred percent. I to tell people it was a hard season. That became shavers season. I would tuck away. I'd walk up the stairs in our would sit in this closet by had the whole hostile pows alot but i just remember reading this devotional. That so simple. It was like two pages of this much. You know a short little paragraph. it was just enough. That was digestible for me. In that season and i was given a lifetime of something to hold onto and Never forget going into the studio and writing. You say you talk about the. Shane and i just finished my first double awards. I grew up in louisiana. A southern girl in through. And i remember feeling so out of place and i was on a red carpet and people cared about what i had to say and there were lights phasing. I won all these awards. I left it award show in the next day. Just hit rock bottom It was like such an extreme high. And i crashed and i was so lonely the next day because i realized this will take me away from who i am. This will take me away from the things. I love about myself. This will take me away from that louisiana girl that is totally down. It is jumping kayaking. Go lookin' at some alligators or go to my friend's house and half's moore's are the fire you know and i felt so lonely by this is something that no one else in my circle is experiencing and then as platform and having people care what you have to say becomes so Place your shopping area vulnerability that not many people have to walk through in. So there's some defense mechanisms that naturally get doped up. And how do i stay. Shielded but to healthy amount where obnoxious crippling who. I actually am in the process while not fearing myself underneath boulders that i actually stay short who i am and i walked into the studio the next day and i sat there talked pretty soon hours like this is too much for me to handle and our remember there being a crossroads where it was like. You can jump ship in no one really ever notice. I just finished your first award show like it's not going to be a big deal or you can just stick this out but right now you have a choice to make that you will fight to keep your core intact and i haven't done it perfectly. Annoyed gonna say that from that interaction. We took all the lies that i was believing about what this industry will do to me and replace them with the truth of what can do through me. And how how. I can if i keep the core of few. He's made me in those two years. And not season of isolation if i keep that or sped nourished i can do this and i. I will one hundred percent. Say that there were you. You'd mentioned like three or four years of things turning a page. I will say to those years. I handed very poor by just internally. There were there. Were so many things that i had to learn at such a fast pace. I made decisions. That i would totally change and if i could go back and change you know but i feel i. Two nights ago. I had a conversation with my manager about this very thing and i told her lee regardless of what comes for any of the music. I put out from this point forward. Is i if you see my feet wandering ever. Stop me in.

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"lauren" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

08:27 min | 4 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"Other day who had against adoption is she was able to adopt This child and her her child's parents came to the united states in. We're here like on a trip. They weren't even residents of the united states citizens of the united states and she had her baby while she's here and it just so happened that because my friend was registered in the us she was able to adopt this child and it changed her life of their lives and I i love stories of this allah people coming out at painful broken situations in there. Someone else to greet them on the other side of that It's really beautiful. I hope to do this someday. You are a part of the story. That's what i'm trying to tell you. You are a part of that story but if you wanna talk about building a family through adoption lauren. I can hook you up. okay. I always like what are you gonna babies and like if i have children great if i don't i just really i i'll tell you this is a kind of secret but I remember i was sixteen years old. And i was sick at the time and i'd walk around in the backyard Of our home. And i was just dreaming. I was always dreaming because i was placed on homebound for like two years and the only place i had to exist right outside of the walls of our home and so i used my immagination a lot and i saw this picture of this little tiny cottage And behind this cottage a mansion and it was a huge home and i walked into the mansion and it. It was too long hallways and multiple doors on the hallways in kids. Were running all over the place by laughing and super joyful and I i started member seeing their faces. And seeing exactly what this looks like and now is half my life ago. And i remember god saying you think that music is going to be the mansion but actually music is going to be the cottage to support. What is going to be built inside as a mansion and it was all. These children are in foster care and orphans in different countries. And i saw all these faces and infill. I feel like there. There's so much in me. That wants to get my hands into that world. So i fully accept your offer get it be connected but just I feel like those are the kind of moments that i live for those moments that when i think about music I feel like that is the sole purpose. I think back to that mansion. Octa by i will live in a cottage for the rest of my life. Probably i'm kind of a person. I love little cottages right. And i feel like my space in which music dwells can be this much but the passion to see lives changed come to people is like a mansions added me. You know so. I love this story. This is personal. This is awesome. You just described my life only. It's radio not music that blah the mansion Only the mansion isn't a mansion. It's a farmhouse. How and bryer is the twelfth child. That god is brought to me through adoption Wow and so what you described the kids of all nations running in and out of the rooms. It's it's not that happy and cheery as your vision is. There's screaming ma. Maybe paul to knock it up. You know there's the real life isn't cheery and happy. All the time i was at this concert is like a worship night. A couple nights ago and this lady shared her adoption story and i- uncontrollably wet. I wept for a long time. I was like the woman in that. Everybody would like seriously like that happened. Twenty minutes ago she still crying. I was present in. It's i think it's because there's something so deep in there that i don't even have the awareness out quite yet And that's just honest like there's something in there that i don't quite nobody away their feel about my nieces and nephews. It's made me scared to become apparent. Because i'm like man. I don't know if i could love kids greater than my nieces and nephews i. I don't know if that's possible has a my love for them in. Everybody doesn't wait. Just wait till it's your own. You're you're gonna have all the love that you could possibly imagine in store for them instead to see that you've been able to carry that love out or so many people So many children is really encouraging to me. Well it's not easy and it will break you into a bazillion pieces Because when whether you adopt or give birth or foster year heart is walking around outside your body for the rest of your life and you can't protect it. Oh yeah coup rolla this. I'm willing to wait. It's worth away. Lauren data let me tell you it is worth the way it is worth it. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. 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The History of Hot Air Balloons

Ridiculous History

01:47 min | 4 months ago

The History of Hot Air Balloons

"It turned out that scientists. But jean francois pill darrow's and An aristocrat named francois lauren. Dr lands were chosen by the montgolfier brothers to pilot a balloon on november twenty. First of seventeen eighty three. They did just that and they flew For twenty minutes became the first people to experience sustained flight so the montgolfier brothers. What was their deal. They launched a hot air balloon but it was. It didn't the flight didn't last for very long. well they. I did a series of animal experiments. Similar to what we had ace exploration. They launched a hot air balloon with a rooster a duck and his sheep. that's ridiculous historians. There should be a pixar movie on the way and they did that just like just a few months earlier. September nineteenth seventeen eighty three and the thought. They had a logic to it. They thought cheaper similar enough to people that will see how altitude affects land lover and ducks in. Roosters can already fly to what degree or another and so we'll see we'll see how they do when they're not flying on their own power and that blue was only it was tethered was free and it was only up for about what eight minutes yet and i think because i mean we talked about this briefly the idea of the spectacle because the technology was very rudimentary and oftentimes the balloons would spontaneously deflate and air They would drift over the ocean and deflate in the air. They would occasionally catch fire for various reasons but the duck and the sheep were unharmed. It gives me serious like monkeys in space kind of vibes. yep and the rooster made it through as

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Two Additional DC Officers, Who Responded to U.S. Capitol Insurrection, Die by Suicide

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:10 min | 4 months ago

Two Additional DC Officers, Who Responded to U.S. Capitol Insurrection, Die by Suicide

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"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

04:30 min | 4 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"And i was like. That's not what i would have used them. I think that's great lauren. Did you feel like right like when did you felt like ready like the. I don't know you sign a thing in grant curious about like getting into like this happening like right after. That's what i might get in. Get into like where you were emotionally at that time. Yeah i think it was kind of inevitability for me at a certain point that by relationship was going to end so it's like there was this feeling of even though i wasn't aware of it in that moment i think the second over i was like oh that should have been you. It was like. Yeah yeah i. It was obvious. Didn't feel like a crazy thing to start dating someone. it did like socially a little bit. I was kind of like. Oh well people think that. I'm dating someone too fast or something and we would like go to a thing and it would be like. Oh i'll just. I'll just be on that side of the party and we'll just like just be like. I don't even want to have to do a thing where we say. We're dating felt like a lot for other people more than it did for me. And then i mean make up. Most of my friends were like whatever but like it was like a random like ca agent or someone was like more or less because his dating. Mike castle. Lauren had like heard this person. Say it internally today sauce at a party or something and i was like goddamn secretive about it because why are talking super weird but they weren't. Ncaa just for the record. Now mike had you had like a lot of girlfriends. I mean again. You were with somebody before right at the time you'll met doing clipped were you. Someone like where you're chronic like. Chronic monogamous listener. Lauren digest raise. My microphone dangle. Like right at the end my stand upset. Yeah i yeah. I like i like people for like two years at a time. Kind of thing you know. Yeah yeah okay. So it wasn't like anything like that. I also my my kind of like world view is very sort of like based i. It's like i started doing improv. And i was so young. That it's kind of how i look at the world where i just. I don't know we'll see and so. I'm intending to date anyone for a long time or do this or like. I didn't know that we're gonna get married or anything. It was like it was kind of just like oh yeah really talking to her and it was just kind of like. Oh and now we're married slowly. You're going along. You're like everyday is great. I'm enjoying this every day. And you know. And then suddenly beatles relationship marriage do you got a call back all the callback. See it's true you guys are wholesome. It's just a good love your deal. Yeah i think that level we are also like we have a good time together. I the the pandemic has been like we're hanging out. It's been pretty good time with each other like spending all our time together. I think like horse. We'd rather be able to do whatever we want in life afraid for our lives. I think like being home together. We've been like having a good time and it's just been like normal in that way it didn't like push our relationship right now. I know other people that have had that happen where it was like visit exacerbated. Whatever problem where they're now i'm just more codependent. Yes absolutely but also we both really based on like you know all these different factors in our lives leading up to being together and stuff like i think we both have a real focus on like making sure. We're like accurately communicating with each other. And like i grew up in a non-communicative sort of family and it's something i really care about and i feel like all along the way we we've been so clear and like conversant with everything that it's like. Yeah it's been good. That's been helpful. I think he's really east that he's over. F i is like i defended exciting. I like overwhelming like. Oh i i..

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"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

03:10 min | 4 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Yeah come back pocket. Yeah i have but but it's interesting when you say knowing somebody because to me like lauren. You play so many characters. Like i didn't feel like i necessarily knew who you were as a person from or work you know. Yeah you know. I think it's really been like our pandemic text messages. That really took us there really. I was like okay. this is what's going on underneath. You know she's yeah. I remember lauren. Being very excited that i remember her going like we're becoming real no way but then i'm like okay. Stop texting or like don't yes. She's like oh my god. that's hilarious. Interest ow learn darkness underneath. Yeah would say for sure. Sure yeah. I think so. I think i think a lot of my darkness comes out in my like improvise haired. Yeah yeah i also think like i just. I do have some element of that in my brain at all times. Yes by it's i. It's funny. Because i think when i moved here and started getting acting work. I was passed so often as a naive like wholesome religious people and i have never once even played a character. Like that. an improv. I was like i just don't even know why people keep doing this and as time has passed. I'm like okay. I to have a big is a you believe in god big blue eyes like i don't know why but like so. I've accepted that. I think it's fun now but there was a period of time where i was like. I wish people know that. I'm like sick. Free kind of and that's part of the draw to like when i was first listening to her podcast. I feel that. I was like oh i thought she was this one way. But she's sick freak show. I was playing a religious. Yes naive person. Yes and so. It was like another thing like i. Also you know an interesting thing about that. Show that i always think about too is it was like i don't know if you guys have had a comparable thing to this but it was like i kept thinking like they don't know that lauren is really funny or that like in my community. They're all like sheet like she's like the person and the improv world or whatever and the show like didn't use her like that and i always remember being like it's kind of like an inverse of what we're talking about where it was like. I kept feeling like. Don't you guys know that is not know that that time. I was really comfortable with that being told because it was really easy like there was no pressure on me. it would like increase. My sense of an imposter syndrome. Were like if i was more i would go like. But she's like really funny. I shouldn't be something. I know that feeling right. But they don't know funny but then you're also like don't know i'm funny. I liked to rest says fine. Relag the darkness underneath. I will take a quick break. We'll be right back after this wanted to pop in real quick and let you know that if you like what you hear and you want to support the show..

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"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

03:48 min | 4 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Attractive in. Lauren is also like when you're working with her like in like a professional speier. She's like. I would say that you're very good at like never overstaying over talking to like anyone ends up making her kind of aloof. Let's see that's not my intention. it's more than i am like. Would you don't want someone to think you're annoying some knowing i wanna be. I don't wanna be like especially with people who are like famous. I want them to think. I'm trying to just do my own thing. And if a if a friendship you know naturally occurs and that's great. Yeah i mean. I see now especially that we even on that because i have these memories of like she would like get to set and this is what i'm just like. Oh i just. I'm like i want to be her friend. And we don't even like chat. Or whatever but i would always get there early and i had. I would have my dressing room door open. And i would always i would leave it open so i'm just totally available for any dorm room. I'm like like a yoga mat. And i'm like reading a book you know i'm like this is like every morning and it would be like right when anyone would come in. I'd be like hey. How's it going so we We always always like damn lauren. Only talks for like one second or it'll be like tie and then she's gone. Damn it was all my own stuff. But it's like the feeling that like you don't really wanna talk to me or like and then i would go to my anytime. I had closed the door. I'm not. I don't know. I also really like to be alone before i have to go into an environment where things with people all day long. So then i'm yeah. I want to just close the door and be like i have five more seconds. Where no looking at me and then you go and do the thing. Yeah laid to that though. Because i feel that same way also like whereas like i don't want you to feel obligated to form a friendship. You know what i mean. We are working and like you know of course creative people. It's like honey. We all had a massage circle and college. no actual. we're going to shelters down best friend. What does that everyone like sits in a i know what the massage everyone with everyone. A group of shared interest comedy people or theater people earlier. Like i mean. I like improv. Back in the day in like chicago was very like that. Where it's like. We're going to do really do things on the floor together. You start to bond and like weird ways. I can't anti you'll get. I think you're right to make that face is yeah is like being emotionally repressed playing indie rock music punk rock basements. I will say i took. That's pretty good. I i mean. I i just ate mine wasn't normal in that i was doing this with twenty nine year. Old men improv. Right right right. I took one acting class in college and they did that kind of like we're we're all cows and we're like walking and doing all. This store thing were immediately made me go like no. That's not my scene. I'm gonna switch my major and get away from this sort of stuff Yeah it was like not. Yeah that kind of element of acting and improv. It is always to me not my my thing. Yeah no. I feel that way too because so basically i wasn't a theater major but i was in a lot of plays but then i took acting one because i was like well like if i'm doing plays i should probably learn something distinctly. Remember like our teacher. She was brazilian and she was visiting. And she was a very into physicality we literally spent an hour and twenty minutes walking around the room. And you could dab.

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"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

02:58 min | 4 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"That lauren asked me to do her podcast. During that time. I really remember. 'cause 'cause i remember like listening to it and being like this is so funny. She's so funny. And but i never said anything about it and then she asked me to do it and it was like where you have to act like. You're a cool veteran improviser where you go. Oh yeah sure. So like this do that but i remember tall. My friends like i got a door was like so excited about really and like you were funny and it went really well but i didn't know what it'd be like because i had never really seen you do anything i was like okay. I'm gonna invite everyone who does improv on the show to be on my podcast. We can promote the show and then ended up being really fun i like. Did i think you did not think i was going to do a character voice or something and i really like swung for with the voice. I remember seeing you shocked. And i was like yeah but then after the series ended i got divorced and then we were already like french and after that. But it's like it's very funny to look back because the first time we got together we were like having a little past with ended up being a couple of those and mike back cook whose at groundlings okay very rude. No one else wanted to attend like ver. I feel like it had something to do with. Like i think the three of us were like cast earlier and then also like we all. We had like the most mutual friends in like improved allegiance that or something or i think people can go and like i think you and i were both like doing something at uc. Be around this thing. I always hated that kind of thing because like social anxiety and also lauren. Lauren thought i was like a board. Like frat bro. Met me and i was so shocked by this. I've never had anyone awful. I got to labelle and it was just me and mike and we're waiting for matt. Matt was your balance of like a third person. And then like i'm like. Oh he's looking at all these other girls probably thinks they're all like really hot and he's like a jaw. He's like a guy i got. I remember i was just like really trying to talk to you about the fact that you were an english major or like like that. My mom was a professor at the school. You went to can't even so funny and because it was so just as cleared experience. Where i was like. He's like this but we also actually met once before and she did not remember me because he was. Okay this is. This is my favorite. La hollywood's twenty minutes and. I'm sorry. No no i was just gonna ask about other people from clip. Why did george wet. Not show up. Georgia's actually always down tang georgia's one of my favorites. Ever great person is too but and she also was always coordinating the events..

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"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Ocd obsessed with throwing all of his stuff. Away guys both have stories where you got screamed at by dell close thank god i feel like i hear so many things i feel like we both probably were like yelled at to take out as dog or something. Yeah there's there's a whole generation of people above us who like toxic kind of abuse and there's like. Yeah that's part of doing this and it's just like totally glorifying and think. I tweeted like but was closed. Funny and like no one's ever said that he had any comedic sensibility. Talking about how he was pissed in the corner like so much coke but was he funny. I gotta ask again gained yes generation of trauma. Hey hey we got harold night out of it. That's true that's true i do. It's actually kind of funny now that everything's closed down permanently but going to think he might like harold you see behind like we had to walk out. The herald was by belgian and less probably have no clue what that means. And you're like skating right so we see we're we're before i want to ask me was love for cy. I mean you what's going on here. It was just like we're actor friends and then the show ends. You're like you wanna get coffee and also. It was a very long process because first of all i was married before. So that's a key part of the story. But i was married at the time we got the pilot and then it was a year before we got picked up and we had to wait a year to start shooting the series for some reason and they did that thing where they're like. You can't audition for other things. Yeah right and so it was like i literally i left. I worked on a farm in ireland and in europe acting. Well my dad just died. So i was like really going through like that kind of thing. You know twenty five. And i was like i got an up in la. And also. i'm not allowed to work on things. And i'm on this show that i don't think is funny and i gotta i gotta wait a year until we can fill in the next episode. That won't be funny. And i'm like it's like a pretty crazy. Dreaded happy to be on the z. In that moment where it's it's it means. Different things for our careers or something. Where i'm like lauren on it. And everyone knows she's funny. I'm on it. No one has ever heard of me. Play like an unfunny douchebag. This is my nightmare. Romantic the kind of thing and so we were like the the main thing they were always saying to me is that i had to wear tighter shirts. You know. that's like the main note. I'm getting i'm going like this isn't really my vibe. Actually and we need to see your oblique. We apples on. I'm like i'm not. I'm not in great shape if we eight weeks. Get the fuck outta here this is. Tbs baby but the one positive thing about all of that was that we because we had this long time waiting are cast meets always wanted to hang out and get to know each other so we got the friends through that and then when i was also greatly complimented that lauren asked me to do her podcast. During that time. I really remember. 'cause 'cause i remember like listening to it and being like this is so funny..

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Google Plans to Expand Its Campus  Which Might Become Unsafe

Environment: NPR

02:15 min | 4 months ago

Google Plans to Expand Its Campus Which Might Become Unsafe

"Google is expanding its campus in the san francisco bay. Area the companies. Planning to build offices as well as housing and greenspace near the shoreline which is at risk from rising sea levels. And that's raising the question of whether building there should happen at all. Npr's lauren summer has the story as a city planner in silicon valley. Michelle king. here's all about one of the biggest headaches in the bay area housing. Oh my goodness housing. Here is extremely expensive. Sunnyvale has very high cost of living in may the median. Home price in sunnyvale. Where king works was one point. Eight million so the city is looking at a different kind of housing higher density. That's walkable transit and greenspace. It would go into a part of town called moffett park right now. It's just offices lots of low rise buildings with wide parking lots one of the most sustainable things you can do is put people where they work and put people where transit is so. This is a huge opportunity. This isn't just sunnyvale vision. It shared by one of the largest landowners. Moffett park google over the last five years. The company has quietly bought more than seventy properties. Here worth almost three billion dollars. Jeff holtzman is google's director of real estate development for sunnyvale. We're incorporating sustainability into everything we do in our developments and we're doing it to support our employees but also the community and hopefully the environment. Sunnyvale is in the process of rezoning the land to allow google to build new offices and housing and just to know. Google is one of npr's financial supporters. And there's one more detail the city is looking at. This land is on the shore of san francisco bay which puts it right in the path of sea level rise sea level rises already happened. I we've seen about a foot over the last hundred years. Christina hill as a professor of environmental planning at uc berkeley. We're standing on the edge of the bay where a high tide is coming in. Hill says sea level rise will make these tides even higher by as much as seven feet by twenty one hundred. But that's not the only problem there's also seawater in the soil under our feet the groundwater and as the c rises that to- of saltwater under the soil is gonna rise also

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"lauren" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"No thanks if it requires one hundred percent in office these days so keeping in mind. That people are looking for flexibility. They're looking for the ability to contribute. They want to develop their careers. So have these conversations with your team members. Understand what motivates them. Why they're staying with you. And what is it going to take. It doesn't necessarily have to be more money or You know as some of the things that people might think or be afraid of with these questions. It might be you know. I want to make sure that voices heard relating to this offering that we have or i want the abilities that i don't have to be in office every single day but i have the ability to take my kid to a doctor's appointment and not have to take a day of pto for example. So just make sure you're treating your team members like humans. I and employees. Second i would say is a great place to start especially in the job market that we have right now so on. What's the best way for for those that are in our community that say. Hey i can take exactly what lauren is saying. I i think. I would like to at least have a conversation with her so i could figure out if what she what she provides is in service would serve me as a either an executive order entrepeneurship. So who is an ideal candidate for somebody to work for you. And what services. The provided we provide executive coaching leadership coaching so helping people in those middle levels even at small entrepreneurial organizations how do you get those folks ready for that next level You know with all the things we're just talking about with the hot job market. There's going to be situations where we need to promote people who might not quite be ready for opportunities yet. So how do you get them. Ready quickly so work with executives mid level leaders and we can also discuss with organizations how we can support a leadership team if you have Anyone listening that is interested in exploring how to support their organization as they grow and they can reach out to us at. Www dot impact group hr dot com. I would highly encourage those that are in our community..

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Historic All-Female Broadcast Crew Will Call Orioles vs. Rays Game

Murph and Mac

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Historic All-Female Broadcast Crew Will Call Orioles vs. Rays Game

"Next week will be uniquely different than any other MLB game in history. When the Tampa Bay Rays host the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday, the entire broadcast team will be comprised of women. The current Orioles play by play. Announcer Melanie Newman will call the game. At MLB dot com Writers Sarah Lang's will be the analyst. Meanwhile, Helena Rizzo will do the on field reporting, while Heidi Watney and Lauren Gardner will anchor the studio shows. Newman says. You recognizes the importance of the broadcast that wants to make sure their first all female team isn't the last stock staying

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"lauren" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

02:35 min | 5 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Okay at medium to low speed. See that's the problem. It'll take already medium to low speed. I already am at my house. As am i but does it go. Medium is meeting lower from the medium. low. I don't think so so would charge the same as is in the tesla tesla literally within a week. You'd be like well. I got the charger. Because you couldn't live you can't have to chargers at my house and the other thing too is there's only so much power you can actually do at your house. Because because you're you're circuits can only handle so much. The superchargers have special transformers and all sorts of stuff like that. I don't know how fast you can actually do at home. So the have would be the appropriate charger anyway so charging overnight anyway so who gives a shit. Well that's my point. But that that's what i didn't think about because i you know i the volt and i'm like well. It takes like overnight to charge it. That's not that big a deal. But then i realized oh right because it only got sixty miles of range if you have a car that has three hundred miles arrange. Then you're what's well. I have that and so how long does it take you to go from nothing to full. That's a good question. i don't know i. it hasn't gone down to nothing in eighteen months. And i've only had the car nineteen months and i got the bolt at the end of january and we were locked down in march. Look ahead at a month and a half before we things down right. I just seems like a brand new fucking car down. So why are you talking about tesla. Anyway enjoy your old car you off the air that the suspension on this on the bolt is not good for my back. So i'm having some of my office. I didn't get a bulging disc from this but it is not. It does not feel good on my back. So when i drive danielle's car it's nice and comfortable and so the only thing to do is to buy a tesla seems to be the only solution accents. Yeah or i could just get the same cars danielson. It's it's very very comfortable now other but getting rid of a car that you've only for eighteen months is problematic. is it high dramatic. Hasn't been canceled art. Listen we bring lauren over what we should do quickly. She's sitting patiently over there like a professional hip. Wonderful thank she said her head thinking about the cocktails and the crimes that she goes on her. Podcast true crimes and cocktails. Her cousin get hammered. Talk about murder. That's the show. It's an excuse for them to write off..

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"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Do you mind if i ask what was like you said you were kind of in a dark spot like what was what was so dark about what we're so bad about like the relationships you had been in. Oh man just after. Like i had a lot of trust issues because it had relationship after relationship that failed and thanks to be like a pattern. In you know by the time i went on. I was in my thirties. I'm not in my twenties. I'm not super young. I mean. I consider that to be odor nowadays. You know you tell somebody thirty. I think you'll old lady. But you know i got to a point. Roberson starting to feel the stress of everything. My relationships weren't working You know. I have been cheated on in the past. I started kind of thinking it was me like is it means it's something i'm doing so therefore i started kind of like i said sabotaging things if i will start to feel happy i'll be like non that because it's going to end in disappointment anyway and i think that a lot of times when we feel like we're protecting ourselves from something actually hurting ourselves because we're keeping ourselves from happiness and that's also something that i had to work with like with cam. They didn't show it a lot on the show. But i was really fighting at times being with him. Because i felt so happy. And i'm just like you know this is going to end in in something bad. He's gonna disappoint me just like the rest gonna do this and that so i had to work on my cell trying to get past that so yeah that was a short answer gonna go along there but basically what about you what was your i mean you said you were lonely but like did you have like what was your relationship. History like lead. You like to be that open especially with cameras on you. I think to be at a certain point in your life where you're like. Yeah sure fuck it fuck your maybe the work. You're absolutely right and that that was a. That's something that i think we. We had to resolve within ourselves. As like look we're being filmed but it we're going to connect we have to be transparent and vulnerable about things in our past relationships that hurt us you know like lauren said i mean i had been cheated on the past relationship. I think for anyone going to leave some scars. You know I had been in relationships in the past that had some form of abuse and You know that was not you're not. I wasn't doing the abusing. But i mean you know it was. It was a tough thing to process in. And you know what. I took away from that. Was you know what are the things that i need a partner feel like i can trust them We know what is what are like some telltale signs that this is not a good relationship. You know things like well. I mean forms of abuse. People putting you down in different ways or trying to manipulate your actions or gas lighting these type of things so i i had perspective from those pass relationships and ultimately you know relationships are two way street to so it led me to reflect what what could have improved on in my pass relationships whether it was you know when something was bothering me when it was problematic sometimes in the past i had a tendency to not wanna talk about it. You know i didn't want to. I was afraid of the big blow up that that would cause so that led me to think why needs to really find someone who i feel comfortable having these you know serious conversations with about things that are going awry in our relationship without being worried that they're going to blow up on me And that was something with lauren. I realized that we could really talk without it. You know bursting into flames. In a big argument. We could really talk about things even if it was difficult topics so yeah reflecting on these these past relationships and what i could improve on and also what i needed in a partner was what really allowed me to be appeared and i think that's the thing about relationships that fell or don't don't go well it's like yes. The relationship is over. But i also learned what i don't want my next relationship right so that you don't take that in as soon as you start to see those signs like nah you kinda confronted head on or either you decide to leave the relationship and i think that that's where the growth i think that's what we both kind of experience in our past relationships that we had got to a point where it's like. Okay well. I know what i don't want i know what i do want so going into this type of situation. We were already at a spot where you know even through our conversations it was immediate. It's like either you feel a spark or you don't. I don't feel spark. I'm moving on to the next person. Like imagining people actually did that in real life when dating like instead of just sticking around because the person is attractive or they just want to see what happens like not. I know this isn't gonna work out. You gotta believe. Faith part yeah. People do get complacent in many different sorts of ways feels comfortable. They they found someone. Maybe it's not a complete perfect match for them but they like certain things about him whatever and they get complacent in that relationship even though they know they should talk about difficult things or maybe even move on from that person. So you know. I i hope that this book and maybe give some people some inspiration to take that lebeau faith and you know make make those those decisions those choices chemistry communication yes was the third or we need a third see cuteness cuteness.

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"lauren" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

The Sue Plex Podcast

07:53 min | 8 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

"It was great to get that experience to have it in a different atmosphere. Know they've managed to get davidson philipson to couple shows and hayes one of the most lovely people you ever made just so excited to be there excited to be followed folks about how we can't believe you know people do. These just excites the his beer and often his family seattle. I feel like they've got a good mix of serious wrestling. But it also fun elements that you want to stay on the storylines that they've told in got people really invested. I've been really invested in the store launch. That got along. Not expected sucks. I think he's going to be interesting when they do. Come back. Because they the taking clean slight. So with the champion taken off people's they're gonna stop and again i imagine You know they've been having a lot about where they're going to go the story lines gonna look like because i've definitely seen people had really good opportunities to accelerate got so you know what they did with jack. Step smith what they did with spiked treve. I've always joy spoke to vice in the beginning I but i politely clap behind it. Because i think he's really good at what he does and again storyline. They told me that the way that he worked with them to develop that character visits his character but another watch closely on those story lines. It's just amazing to say in. How much the cobb such an integral part and how you know where we ended retarded walls and he's got the championship belt on his people to the genuine height their full him because that storyline has built it. Not that your the hill in my view. It's like accompanied you've read through this and you've done that the people that you've downloaded along the way you can see my best but it's just so excited to say excellent eagles associate because he's always happy. Start taking away from him now is like i never looked. Stacey committee say well why had naturally sees the easy wire go in but was he say arm. Bit more intelligent than that that made sense. You know easing y. Why are you taking my title away from agents might tell it has been taken from me. See his say we could go with is a as a reintroduction story on but yeah. It is time separately. It is exciting times. So i'm gonna while was the Odi voice you have been provided annual wrestling journey. What has been the cable device that you would give to somebody else. Oh what. Kate following a tough one. Because you get a lot of along the way i think i think the k- you want is to be open to to kind of the feedback that you will get to ask. People fade back as you go through that journey. I think it's really important that it can be daunting. can be tough because things can feel like criticism and then never intended in that way. I think people are trying to support you and help you to fill up. And i know sometimes i can take quite personally and we talked You know downgrade. Dan raiders. Not someone that Kind of sugar coat. Something very much cold spy spy. Shall we say they want a as you know but you know we stand with him as a result absolutely and so that can be tough. Sometimes when you feel like you know that sometimes you fade mistakes. Obviously it's helpful to get that feedback. But it's tough if you'd untitled person which i can't do sometimes But actually what you need then to go k Type the emotion side. by what. What did they tell me. What were they feed me back. Oh okay how do i prove that went on each put that that were from that perspective annoy do try and asked restless off two matches like you know fade bac zanthosyn that you cook for me. Help and i can be tough. Because they don't always thinking about you as the rest from that perspective and often you live get some feedback because you specifically stuck out because you did something wrong all quite often. They'll be a. I didn't even know tissue there to take that as a compliment because to them down focused on what the other person which is upstate. Fine but again people that will in off to be able to give feedback so it's important to to do that to not be afraid to ask other people and take on in the intent of which you've austin so that you're not you know Seeing that as a direct criticism necessarily view will that that person is is doesn't like you you've asked for the feedback awesome. Some people go willingly. Give it some people. That's what they do and and again they haven't gone out of their way to cheat on you as such they all. Just you get a lot of russia's come watch other shows and if they're coming over to give feedback see that quite opportunity which is to take on board you know. Think about how. How the impact. What you do how you take that forward awesome. That's awesome and before we go. Tell people where they can find you social media. Show yourself my friend So i am on twitter i am. Zeus can't which is sau s. s s. cit Ah come up as lawrence's the referee Zeus this is the kind of email account address. The only patsy as nearly everything behind is also ought to grams. I think username. Reverse gos- charolais. 'cause i did change that yet so that is reverse underscore golf because i'm not level. Not perspectives They're the main things to us for not perspective so yet do the local ones will follow me. You will get a animals. You will get lego. You'll get wrestling when we're back over on. Yeah you'll get my impulse things. I do try and think about the world as well applicable things from that perspective on those things forward. You know what happened was speaking out in that. I don't have my own story to tell by his opponent to ensure other people's stories of what's happening there gets amplified such importance. Oh yeah you won't just get wrestling. You'll get some fun things that you get the serious political things as well awesome awesome. Thank you so much. Free time spent a pleasure. Thank sarah how about that. Ladies and gentlemen as a definitely different way of looking at the wrestling world for the is the referee who has to enforce those rules. And make sure those pesky she over. Time is debatable. Why i love. I love talking to laura and she is a kindred spirit in very very many ways. And it's awesome just to see a female radio doing really well in refereed. It's not many of them. Out there in terms of refereeing so to see lauren during so offer herself in the time that she's been in the business is great and we'll see the next steps hold for her now. Thank you very much for this into this week's episode of the cost. You like what you hear. Please give us a review. Give a follow on social media. Suplex polled or one word and come soon. We'll be all new website. We can sign up for our newsletter and intern. You will be able to find out soon. The people win on accepts os will be dropping. I see about next week. Enjoy from all over the world. I see those stats. I hope you enjoy awake. And i will see you next week. For another edition of the suplex focused. Paintcare stay safe..

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"lauren" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

05:48 min | 8 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"Really open gates of communication for people to feel like they can actually say things can actually speak up or can actually share a deeper part of a story that they might not. But if you ask the question. They're they're thinking. Oh you actually wanna know right because be like in this world. I'm kind of jumping further away for minute. But we've gotten a lot of Like second nature automatic response. Like the how. How's it going good. Nobody wants to the. Oh my gosh. Everything's terrible in this. Nobody wants to know. But nobody's gonna say no they're not from the get go at least no. It's like a rubber stamp. Oh i'm fine young just like that president here good like don't it up and actually it has come to not actually mean what you're saying you can't engage yea and so if i were to say like. Hey how's it going you're trying the cooling web. How's your family like how's the job. Like what are you up to lately. What are you looking forward to. It's more questions. But i'm giving you an opportunity to give me a real answer. Yes instead of the automatic fine riot right love it it no thank you for Emphasizing that point lauren. I mean that is truly truly Valid right. I mean this is something that's relative that people do today. I mean. how's it going. How how's your day going. Oh that's okay fine And that's not really not really engaging in You know part of our work that we do in trying to help people learn how to interact with each other. I you know. I'm sure you do this as well is to to. To to teach them and show them how to how to change their mindset in the way they respond when someone says how are you doing right and and the person who's asking it don't just ask it as a matter of routine be truly genuinely interested in how they are doing right. Absolutely there's also even individ if you are. If you don't necessarily have the power like you know you can change a culture. Yeah i'm just. I'm just part of this and my boss or the leader of this group. Whatever their versions of doing that to where are lit others. Little little ways right. Yeah yeah a different version when we use when we used to be able to meet new people that are more virtual now but you know there's also the other question of like nice to meet you name where you from right. I don't know how much people do the caradon. What do you do for a living like. What do you do like what do you do. And sometimes people care the sometimes. It just feels like these other questions to ask to get to know you and i sometimes have gone the route of out answer. I'm not trying to be sneaky and it around questions or try to be funny writing like that but you know when people might ask you like oh like what do you do like what you do. Well i i really like to draw there. You go. that's right to go for a walk. Sometimes it is nice. You know an office too hot. Those are things you do. I not not answering the question but it's also almost challenging the status quo. Yes if someone just like limit counted. Like how much do you have to go back to that. Most of the time..

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"lauren" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"I'm going to be worried and she'll be like what the fuck is so fucked up. I'm your sister. And whatever rape pull all that Shit and you can say I know I know and I want us to have a great relationship and I'm afraid we don't have that right now. It's not as great as I would like. We really never had a great relationship. That's part of the big problem. That's why didn't ask to be a bridesmaid from the beginning. But she's kind of made it worse. Where like I really do want her there. I don't want to give her any chance to be part of anything so that she can be a wallflower with her drug abuse. She will stay for probably the ceremony and five minutes with the reception. I'm worried that you can't have it both ways. I don't know she seems like she's not going to be a wallflower. She will resent not being a bridesmaid. If you do ask her to be a bridesmaid. It sounds like she might make the other ladies crazy. She'll be she might demand just a lot in if she if she would be happy now that she's been reject. Does it feel like a bone bean throat and her way I would ask them your bridesmaids. I've asked your maid of honor to what did she have. Thoughts came to usual is. I've talked to all my bridesmaids and they all agree don't make group bridesmaids just absolutely not especially after. I had asked her to come. You know look at Dresses. And she just completely. It fell out of her brain. And just see you know acted like it wasn't a big deal and that was after I told her she wasn't a bright mate and she was still invited to that and she got really excited and then she didn't show up. Well that's the thing it's like you can't rely on her to to do what you need. So it's so hard to say like. Oh she should still be a part of this in any way because you don't know if she will do the the little bit that you want just showing up for a little bit which might be nice to you. She might not do it. She might be in a bad mood that day or for some other reason. You don't know never understand. Yeah I didn't even think of that. My God I feel like flip. Flopping Three No. It's fine my this is what I've been dealing with it so now I'm totally flip-flopping because 'cause thinking like what it's what it's like to be a little sister in your big sister's getting married and she has these best friends and and how intimidating left that must brie. I'm a little sister. Can't tell no not at all but there is another option where you could ask her to read a poem or something or give something very specific because if you guys have never really gotten along and you don't necessarily envision a really. I'm just worried about her fragility now. I I was worried about your happiness. Bree now I'm worried about little sister I I'm going to be three hundred enough amazing people that day. The if she is being even a slight drama. I have enough people. That would just tell her to go home. And that's good. You're so right. Would you consider maybe asking her to play her? Harp and I know the problem is there is that she sounds like the kind of person that cannot be a wallflower in any way. So Yeah Yup she's GonNa be resented the bride's just wondering if throwing her a bone in terms of a little bit of attention like a little poem to read or something like that that I don't know I don't know I'm just trying to be now. That's actually a really great idea. She might be down for a poem. Yeah you know what I mean just like make it really good. Roses are red. Yeah but that could be a solution but I would start by calling her day to say how are you? How are you dealing with everything? Like what are you watching like? Maybe casually opened the door that way and then she'll feel loved by you as a younger sibling. I was constantly looking for my brother's approval and I would resent him for that. My need my desire for his approval. I would resent him for that. Which wasn't fair to him. But I think it's pretty normal man bree I really just don't invite her. Give her a poem but these relationships are so complicated like that because you do you love the person so you have the instinct to be like. I want her to be there. And then the other part of us what. They shouldn't even be allowed to come. Because it's so it's so important to me and so it's so hard to decide what to do because you you you're going to know her forever so you you have to deal with the consequences either way and just as hard decision like. I'm not being helpful. But I feel you for sure. It's nice someone to relate to. Yeah yeah maybe like asking to bridesmaids. Would you sort of d you know just constantly keep tabs? If there's any like you know they'll know what to do. Yeah but maybe like specifically assigning like two or three of them to just keep constant tabs or whatever like if they don't mind yeah now they're all awesome like that okay. Two bits of advice practical wedding device. Okay one make sure to before the toasts eat. Go through the line I if you doing buffet. I don't know if you're doing buffet or sit down. We're during a birthday. Yeah ask the wedding coordinator to make sure you guys go through. I for sure. Get your plate's eat as much as you can because once toast start you have to sit there because you can't be shoveling. I mean I learned from experience couple of times. It's very awkward to be eating while. Someone's saying a bunch of Nice things about you. That's one bit of advice the other one. Oh when like your parents friends are like coming up to you and you can't quite remember exactly who they are and you like you don't. WanNa talk to them about like whatever you didn't succeed or it was just hit the dance floor. You and your new husband just dance. It's the best way to avoid conversations at a wedding Sounds like a great plan. We will beat down to the sure. Why are you guys going on a honeymoon? Oh Yeah we already have booked provided this virus stuff doesn't go too much longer we're going to go to Kuwait factories gruber excited. That was my other piece of advice. Was like if you can afford a honeymoon right after. It's it's so great because I know the temptation is to kind of put it off. But it's so nice because there's always you know the day after Christmas feeling after a wedding. It's Oh we energy on an congratulations guard. Hey Bree thanks so much I love you. I love you guys to thank you so much. Both of you. Fi- I love you. Five by guys. Thanks Lauren. Thank you what are you GONNA do? You have another.

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"lauren" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"lauren" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Had Lauren well ours since you were one thousand we should be your nation three seven and Americans more than twenty times the murdered by fire than the other your tomorrow it's amazing professor Allan Lichtman his his book repeal the second amendment thank you professor take care this is the Thom Hartmann program will be back in fifteen minutes past the hour here on that Arbon program picking up your calls after this stick around at welcome back fifteen minutes past the hour Chris in Springfield Oregon watches on Facebook live Hey Chris what's up hi I want to get your perspective on citizens assemblies because I think they need to be more in the public discourse there's evidence that there are more direct form of democracy than electoral politics which you know in our country are polluted by money and how to control the political parties and so citizens assemblies go back to ancient Athens it's an alternative form of representation and they're starting to happen more in Europe and there's one going on an island right now on the topic of gender equality and Ireland also had this isn't simply on abortion because their parliament didn't want to catch the topic they turned it over to the citizens assembly and the result was well received by the country now these are always that are basically drawn by by law are you know bit John like jury duty basically which is how anche engine grease you know filled their legislature you you know you your name was called in you served in you Sir for a year or something like is that we time across yeah yeah and it's representative of the a cross section of the population and so like having one in England now there are there caring for it so they're getting a cross section of the whole population by race sex occupation income so that it's the best possible representation of the people and then and then they don't serve long term like elected to people so they don't get corrupted in the they listen to experts and then they come up with a decision and then they're done you know and then you have another one and you get a new group of people so you don't get entrenched interests supported by big money crime and and France is going to have one on climate policy I don't know if I said the one in England it will be on climate policy and it's inspired by the extinction rebellion because they have three demands and their third demand is that we need democracy we are governments aren't representing us for dining we've got ten years and you know governments just aren't doing anything and so we need to try having citizens simply hi and I I don't recall if abortion was legalized in Ireland by referendum by their Supreme Court or by the citizens assembly at a which wasn't well I don't know I'm really not an expert on I don't know of any revision in our in our law or in our constitution that would allow the citizens assembly to be anything other than advisory well yeah and and again I'm just learning about all this but I mean you option a billion because I think we're out of time here and there it's a non violent movement that spread over seventy countries based on this scholarly research about how to create social change and the only way is through nonviolent direct action the extinction rebellion they don't claim to have the answer to all our problems but there Sir demand is a citizen's assembly because we need some form of democracy that will represent the people and so I think we should try it yeah well you know I I obviously had no problem with that I mean it's just you know that in most European countries.

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