35 Burst results for "Lexi"
Use a Routine to open Apple TV
"Lax in canada dot ca slash community. This one is from what i was saying. Your name rate ideal shannon. Alice and his question is as follows My echo dot three is connected to my smart tv. I want to open apple tv. I have to say open. Hd my to. If i say open apple tv then it doesn't work is their way. I change this to just say open apple. Tv and we had a couple of different ideas here One was from christine. We hollering and she says. Have you tried. Renaming your report in the tv settings to apple tv so that would be. The first idea is just simply renaming the port. That's a great idea. And if that works. Hey problem solved the other option and this is from patrick doyle. He says make a routine. And that's the idea that sort of came to mind for me. I am a routine is basically the ability to create a custom phrase that you can say and unlike lexi can respond to it in a certain way so it's all done through the lexi app and in this case. If i'm understanding the question correctly what you would do is you would create a routine that is triggered by that phrase so in this case open apple. Tv and then it would trigger that device to a suing that smart device is directly compatible with lexi. Now that's the part that i'm not one hundred percent sure. There's not enough details on the question but the routine is
Ryan Cabrera and WWE Star Alexa Bliss Are Engaged
"I think that social media is a reality in this world In the world that we live in in the world of sports entertainment. And i think that we have to learn how to live with it and i think we can actually use it as a tool for example recording this on sunday and today yesterday at the time this podcast comes out. It was everywhere. Alexa bliss announces that she's engaged A lot of alexa bliss fans are so happy for her lot of alexa. Bliss fans are very sad. Because i guess they thought that alexa bliss was going to marry them until she got engaged. It was so you're saying there's a chance. I saw on the not sam wrestling discord room. Where all are not. Sam shells that are signed up to patriot. Dot com slash. Sam wrestling. That we all get to chat There were a couple of them. That were upset. That alexa was engaged because they thought that that was going to be them. Unfortunately it's not but don't worry you still got the patriot community. You still got us. Not sam shells that are there for you. it's not. it's not all bad news but it was everywhere. She posted this video of of ryan. Cabrera popstar cabrera who she's been very publicly dating Proposing tour beautiful thing. You love is a wonderful thing and seeing join in holy matrimony and become even happier is wonderful. It's one of the happiest things if you are with the right person. The day the night the evening the afternoon that you get engaged one of the happiest times ever just such an expression of joy. It's beautiful. I love it but everybody's talking about it. I mean alexa. Bliss is a huge star. You know you've got. Wwe tweeting about it. And i probably should be. It's it's a little bit absurd to ignore it. You know not only is one of the biggest stars really realistically alexa. Bliss is one of the biggest stars in. wwe male or female. She's one of the most famous people in. Wwe so you know. And this is big. Wwe is big time. Now you got sasha banks over here on the mandalorian which you see. Sasha banks one of the big another one of the biggest stars in wwe and probably the biggest tv show. that's on the air right now. You see that happening which weird. The wwe isn't making a bigger deal out of that. Like if i were. Www shouting it from the rooftops. But you've got that going on at the same time you got to cherry public engagement. You know i mean. I feel like we should let's angle for a reality show. Let's get on the phone. I was watching total balas over the weekend. And i was like you know what i miss. When they would go to wrestlemainia. I was just sitting there waiting for them to go to wrestling. Like oh wait. There is no more wrestling. And that's when. I realized that i was watching total bells for the wrestling parts. They still got daniel bryan on the show. Obviously no more john cena. They're not going to wrestling shows anymore. So it's like oh. I like the balanced. But i'm still you know living in brima to seven but they're not gonna wrestling shows anymore so yes so let's get alexa. Bliss rang cabrera. Let's get blissfully something or other. You know you got bliss already in there you you got it. But here's what. I think needs to happen now that we've acknowledged. Wwe is acknowledged it's all over wwe social media platforms. I think that you gotta lean into it. And i think that you should use it. I think that this can be a lot of fun. Especially because ryan cabrera is also a public person. Here's the way. I think this needs to go. You had this segment on raw last week. Where nikki cross is talking to alexa. And there's this acknowledgement that they used to be friends. Which i think is great. We're not pretending that the election nikki partnership never happened is a big part of. Wwe at the time you know. We're still acknowledging it and alexis doing that. Weird phony friendly like almost like i'm in a trance. Peewee herman thing and nikki cross tells her alexa you gotta pick mere the fiend and alexa. As if it doesn't bother it all goes. Oh okay. I pick him. And walks away and nikki crosses befuddled by the whole thing befuddled. I love this. I think we need to keep this going. You know i look. This is the type of stuff. I want for alexa bliss and the this is why i say. Keep the fiend away from the universal championship. Keep the fiend away from the wwe championship because these are the types of stories. You can tell you know. I think that we should go back and look at who are friends. Were in annex t the start telling those stories and have somebody come out. Go like lexi. What are you doing things. You're you're not the same person what what's happening. I pick him and you know over. The course of a couple of weeks have her abandoning oliver. All friends and then finally ryan cabrera comes out on raw and it's like real life now it's like is this alexa. Bliss is this. What's her name lexi kaufman in real life. I don't know. I only know people by their wrestling names. But is this the real alexa. Bliss from real life. is the character alexa bliss now. We're mixing everything up. Which is what we should all be doing. That's the way wrestling is at. Its best mix everything up. And you've ryan cabrera out on raw and he's like alexa. I love you and she's like i love you. Do you know like yeah. Of course it you love me. I love you. We're we're doing great and he's like well. You're not the same person i thought. When we got engaged it would shake you out of this transfer inches. I'm not in a trance. I'm just seeing things for what they are for. The first time ryan cabrera goes lexi. I need you need you to pick you. Pick me or the fiend. She's kind of taken aback. She's like i didn't realize he felt that way. Ryan that's how i feel and she's like well net case i pick him. He's like what and then you hear bumble bumble bumble and the lights go out. Eat whatever those sounds are and tom phillips going. Oh no not here that's alexa. Bliss fiance pop sensation ryan cabrera and the red lights come on and the fiend is behind ryan cabrera and ryan cabrera's looking around and he's looking at alexa bliss. I what are you doing here. Like this is our real life and then he realized he gets his goosebumps. You realize the fiend is right behind him so he turns around and the phoenix cox's head and sticks his tongue out of his mask grabs ryan cabrera vice skull dips him over gives him a kiss on the forehead and he sister abigail ryan cabrera. Alexa bliss is real life. Fiance get sister abigail an alexa bliss just standing over him smiling. I love it man. I mean i i think that why not why not. I feel like it would be good for everybody involved. Like let's let's blur the lines here guys. Let's not pretend there's two separate entities as it's happening eventually we can tell the story of how like. Oh this is so wild in my personal and blah blah blah but while it's happening muster blending these lines with blurred altogether be like. That's a real fiancee right. Yup like the best is when you're trying to explain to a non wrestling fan. What storyline and what's not storyline. And they get confused because you're a little bit confused because you're not one hundred percent sure where the lines are and who's getting worked by what maybe. wwe tweeting about this was part of the storyline. All along are they even really engaged. I don't even know anymore. I don't know anything anymore. I guess i'm just going to sit here and watch monday night. Ron finds out. Find out what happens next. Because that's the way we should be watching anyway. Just let it play out and see what happens. I would love that if that happened. I would love it if that happened. Socket in our discord room. Says i love that. Sam has cabrera taking bumps like the fiend doesn't use the middle claw. He hit the mandible claw. After maybe alexa bliss puts the mandible claw him or something like that but is taking sister abigail. I mean we are laying out ryan cabrera. 'cause i want e. news. I want entertainment tonight. I want whatever extra whatever. Entertainment shows are left on television. I want people magazine. People dot com. I want everybody posting videos of being like popstar ryan cabrera. Remember him. Well i remember. I remember will now. He's getting laid out by the fiend on monday night raw. Because here's what happens. If you have a pop star that you grew up idolizing and he's getting laid out. Here's the way that works. You get the people who don't watch wrestling to not only get a glimpse of monday night raw but they get a glimpse of the theme. The is one the most unique properties the wwe has. The fiend is the type of visual. That went a non wrestling fan watches. They go what the hell is that. I'm going to have to tune in and see what that's all about. That's one of the strengths of the fiend. And if you got footage of ryan cabrera eating a sister. Abigail and his real life fiance alexa. Bliss is looking on happily in that weird fien state. You got money bro. you got money. I hope they're already thinking in that direction. If not. i'm in text. Bruce richard because somebody has to tell them get ryan cabrera on that show and lay that out. I think it'd be great. I think it'd be great. Congratulations to the two of them. But i have to believe that ryan cabrera. Whatever time of his life. I know i would if my fiance was a wrestler and she was like hey would you mind coming to raw and having the fiend. Give you sister abigail. I'd be like number one. That's awesome number two. After the show me. I get a picture of him in full gimmick. I really wish i could do that. I really wish i mean. I wish. I wish that. I could have one of the shows that i was at the fiend was at too. I wish i could just go like hey bro. Can we take a picture with you. Still in your gimmick and not. Be a weirdo. That doesn't deserve to be backstage. Because man do. I want that picture a really really. Do
Interview With Petter Kukkonen
"But so in ancient world we we cannot understand it without mentioning religion but we also cannot understand that without mentioning sophy and you are mentioning that our our hero of the of the story echoes. He lived at the same time as plato and aristotle and and you also have the scenes in your book where where these philosophers appear so would be exciting. You maybe share a little bit about those Those storylines in in the book before olympic games. Cenovate thirty on just Too which was the blaze were. Lotto's gymnasium was located on. They had them exhibition resting much. First alex against the abuse and then what was one of spectators and then he wanted to challenge alex unbuckle. He had a history of of competing in investing in infinite. Nothing olympic games but fee of this highly respected games in increase. So he was in real life also released. Strong restaurant denied. He was already sixty Sixty three years old so they they are they are having frosting matz with Afterwards having some wine. And i'm talking. I didn't bring any new philosophy of some kind of maine lies about his thinking. And then there's so so obvious double in young who'd think there are dates of seventeen or sixteen elected sixty couple of couple of years older than On spending about a pin. Im seven days long. Local mocha pick festival in offense. They're spending like going just the other an underground With wine about philosophy and so roaches or encounters with those two big names. And yeah you mentioned that. You didn't want to go into detail about the philosophy of plato aristotle. But i think it's quite a nice way of kind of tying in those historical figures which brings to the question that i didn't remember to ask yet was that did you have a character. All my historical character dot you draw inspiration from when you are building your your character aliko stories. He like a combination of different stories and sources. Or how how did you. How did he come to be as he is. He's for cirque combination of of different ideas. That are there must be bark of me. Thinking there is part of fiction My biggest hero in Cup all the up. His character person. I would say i have copied a face. He's characters he used in east books. So it's gonna fly combination of these three things. Yeah do we have any any stories that we have available about the athletes of those times. Do we have any sources about we know generally about sports than we know generally about the olympics but do we have any in his threes of those athletes. Who actually doing we do. Have something mostly bow. Stories out you know for some kremlin of millo. lexi's time a little bit cleaner. Howdy highly. it was like the cow in his shoulder and carried it for. I don't know thin stadiums and then drinking litres of wine after up on a leave some some rocks which sweater the weight of seven men at the start being reimbursing the time aura results in that time so interesting to compare results of Weekend we can do it just like fun. Sixers really absolute up spot At the start dates of or eight years something continued to adults for the mandela for fifty years old and For example tennessee. Something about pope sparked story about the guinness. He was a boxer and then also doing bankrupt and bunker weakened call. It's kind of a free fight. Which bills have the time. So he won't doing he sport cab your own or over. The only the big he had was due at one thousand four hundred together so if fast it's If he had liked wendy years don't carrier he had only hit the seventh beat the rockies three year so that was some kind of picture how how much they look a beating so totally professional athletes. Who train and then. They just pat time hopefully folk going for one competition to other. We must remember governor blames. Our cars drives up to use shapes. Our image travel hiked by themselves from from the states to another disincentive.
YouTube on Amazon Alexa
"There is Terry Fisher here with your flash briefing for Wednesday? And I've got a cool tip for you today. If you have a Lexi device with a screen and you want to watch some YouTube videos, you can actually do that off on the device on the Echo Show. You simply say Lexi Open YouTube and it will open YouTube in a browser known as Amazon silk. That is the Amazon version of a web browser and then you can ask it to search for things by name ask it to play videos or you can of course touch screen and use it that way. So there you go. If you want to
How to Add a Contact to Alexa
"A tip for you today on how you can use Lexi to set up the ability to call a contact of your choice. So this is pretty cool. I may talk you through how to do this. So what you have to do is you have to use your Lexi app you click on the communicate icon, which is along the bottom of your screen. You're going to see a little speech bubble that says communicate click on that in the top right corner. You're going to see the little icon of a person you click on that now that icon is replaced by three little dots you click on that and then you select add contact now when you do that way you get the option of typing in the first name of the person you're trying to add the last name and then you can actually add in a nickname you can add in a relationship then you put in the phone number and then you click add phone number and once you've done that now you can say to Lexi Lexi call whoever it is, right. You can either say call the phone number or call the person that you've just dead. And it makes it a really nice way to be able to communicate with that person simply hands-free through Lexi. So
How to Stop Other Devices from Answering
"Comes from the Facebook comedians from Brian chalice. I think that's how you pronounce your last name. And his question is I have four Echo dots in my home. Why does a different location respond when I asked the nearest one, it's annoying, especially when the girl that answers is on a different floor and can't hear it. Well Brian, I kind of have a okay answer to this why it's happening. It's hard to say The Echoes have been designed and the technology is built in Iraq to try to minimize this happening. The idea behind that is that typically the echo that here's the signal the loudest is going to respond. But for some reason that doesn't always work. So that's that technology is not a hundred percent secure in terms of the way that works now, so what do you do about this? Well, if you want to call them all the same thing all the devices the same thing then you really just have to put up with it. However, a lot of people off suggested that they changed the name of the various devices to other wake words. So as you may know you can you can say Lexi as it is out of the box. You can say Echo you can say Amazon you can make a computer. And so if you named different things then when you call the device by that name, that one is going to answer and that one only the downside to that of course that you have to remember which device you're calling what wage And so that's essentially what the community members here have have, John curl says he changed the name of owner was Echoes to keep them separated. A William says he is four and they've named each one something differently Cafe you made a comment is kind of having multiple kids and William knows that when he calls his Amazon if somebody mentions Amazon on the news or something like that it triggers his device. So those are the little things that you can run into nevertheless. That would be one solution around this issue. So I
The Voice Den Session
"As, Terry here with your flash briefing. Today's a big big day for well for all of us. Northern Voice. Have a big event going on and it is the voice Dan now as I mentioned yesterday, the voice Dan is all about having conversations with the voice linzers the key leaders in the voice tech industry. Today we have five incredible voice ones is joining us on the show. They are Julie, Daniel Davis otherwise known as lady lightning fingers you'll have to tune into C- why that is her nickname we've Alan Firstenberg otherwise known as prisoner. We have Roger Kibi known as the evangelist. Bob. Stolberg known as the anomaly and James Lajos just simply known as low e you have to tune in for information on that it's going to be a lot of fun. It's a free event. Thanks to the sponsorship of Amazon Lexi and I am going to be announcing the beginning of A. Contest that actually involves this very flash briefing voice in Canada. So if you listen to this flash briefing, you are already doing much what you need to do to enter this contest and the contest is going to have some incredible prices. In fact, the Grand Prize package is worth over two thousand dollars and that's the United States. Always, we've got a whole bunch of great partners that are helping to to support this and give away some of the prizes. Some of the companies include a ten live audio brain dabble lab hereafter speak to Web Vixen labs voice launch. Voice flow and voice ex pede. So. Consider this your personal invitation to join us on the voice today five o'clock Pacific. Just go to the voice end dot com to reserve your seat. I've also got a couple of other surprise announcements. That are going to be happening as well. So of stuff going on lots of exciting things and I hope I'll see you there the boys dot com talk delaitre.
How to Create a Stereo Pair of Echo Devices
"I. WanNa talk a little bit about a little. Give you. If you happen to have to echo devices and you want to create a stereo pair with these, it's pretty cool because you can actually use them as stereo. Speakers the way do this very simple. You go into your Alexia. You Click on devices then you click on the plus sign and then you'll see set up audio system Then you're gonNa Select Stereo pair, and then you follow the on screen instructions and that's pretty much all there is to it. It's pretty cool and then when you start listening to your music assuming, of course that you've got your two speakers, are you then have stereo sound and it's that simple? It's it's pretty cool and it really improves the sound quality. So give that a shot if you've got a couple of. Speakers up in the same room of course so that you've got the surround sound effect of your music and Lexi's
Set-Up Multi-Room Groups
"There. How's it going? Terry, here have you Monday. Let's talk about a tip that you can use to play music in a number of rooms at the same time but not necessarily everywhere. So in other words. You can say to Alexi play in the name of the song everywhere, and basically the song be played back on all of your devices. What if you don't want them play back all of your devices you are them played back onto of your devices or three of your devices. Well, there's a way to do that. What you do is you go into your APP. Then Click on the device's icon, which is long the bottom and then at the top right of the screen, you'll see a little plus sign you click on plus and then under those options you can set up multi room music so you click that and now what you'll see is that after a few seconds Lexi will show you the different devices that you have and then you can group them. So let's say you WanNa Group A number of your devices on a particular floor or number of devices in a certain area you checkmark any of the ones that you want to include you click next and You name that music group. So. There are a number of different names that are suggested for you or you can type in your own name and then you click save and once that's done. Now when you want to listen to music just all in in those rooms on those specific devices you say Lexi play whatever that music is that song and then you say in and the name of that group and that's how you do it. So pretty cool pretty cool feature because it gives you a lot of control over different combinations your different
Smart Thermostats for Alexa
"Is the best thermostat or is there one Lexi can control and this generated lots and lots of comments? So I guess people have opinions about their thermostats, which is Great I personally don't have a smart Thermostat but it's something that I have been interested in checking myself and the the running theme here pretty much kind of summarizes is that a long people use hope B., E. C. O. B. E. and it works very well with Lexi The other one that seems come up a lot is nest. So networks with Lexi and then there's also a company called. And Sin Opie and I think those are M.. Y. S. A. N. S. I N. O. P. E. However, the majority of people in this chat here say that they are using echo be and has lots of different things that it can control. For example, it can provide a warning messages filter reminders. It monitors the rooms during the day and turned down at Cetera need it. So that one seems to be the most popular one here and pretty much everybody that commented say that they really like it. So I guess the moral story here Laurie is you may have a little bit of research, but I would certainly check out A. As as one of the options for you.
Sola Developments with Amazon Alexa
"Those of you that live in Calgary. I've got a little bit of news for you kind of interesting here particularly. If you are in the market for a new place to live so long Gallery. There is an area of town. I don't live in Calgary. So you calgarians can can tell me more about this but there's an area called Kensington and there's a company called so long and they are creating 172 unit 9 story project in this area. And it is being a called one of the most technologically advanced down payments that we have seen and what's very interesting. Of course relevant to us is that they're the first developer in Canada that Amazon has chosen to partner with them. And this is very very interesting because one of the features for all of the units is of course a smart home. Which offers Safety and Security along with Amazon Lexi and this can control everything in the home. It's built in music news weather Etc answering your door for parcel deliveries. Apparently, these are going to have the fastest internet connection in western Canada up to 15 times faster than found in other homes. So this is going to be pretty technologically advanced and what's interesting is that you can customize your units and you can do the whole thing online through Shopify. So we're staying home if you're in that area and you want to check it out you can always go to Seoul Calgary, s o l a c a l g a r y. And if you
How to Play an Audible Book in a Routine
"Community. If you're not part of our Facebook Community as I always like to schedule you, you can join that at a l e x a in Canada Community. Here's the question and I love this. Ken says is there a way to open an audible book within a routine? I'd like to start a routine on Echo Auto. When I get in my car to say Lexi, let's go that will then tell me the weather and traffic reports and open my latest audiobook. I know I can manually say it but our lives are all about Automation and can I totally agree with you is I love this question and Pete Pete Brady who is often helping us out here and I really appreciate that Pete. He says, yes, he can here's what you do you use the plate music action and you type wage my audible book as the play text and my library as the provider you can't specify which book so will read your most recent, but there you go, and it also works for Kindle as wage. That's a great tip heat. So I really really appreciate that one. And can there you go. I know Ken jumped on that
Alexa Integration with TELUS Optik TV
"Terry here with your flash briefing for Wednesday. And today I've got some news about an integration between Lexi and tell us so if you subscribe to took us optic TV, there is now a built-in integration. So let me tell you about this now. I don't have tell us so I can't test this out personally. If any of you have tested this out, then I'd loved your feedback again as usual. Just hit me up on Twitter at dr. Terry Fisher. Here's the report. So apparently as of September 9th tells us launched Alexi integration, including the video skilled wage it and a smart home skill. And so that allows those people to control their Telus Optik TV by Voice via their Echo device. So as you would expect you can search for shows you can control your TV volume you can change channels and this is all done through Lexi.
Benefits of US Account over CAN Account
"Question. And he says what are the advantages of registering your device to an existing account has more features are coming to Canada. Well, this generated a lot of discussion. This is always a hot topic of discussion Among Us Canadians Janet. McKay Thompson has been a member of our group for a long time. She says that she's been registered to an American account since day one that Lexi arrived in Canada, and she does not regret that regret that for one minute because she has all the features upgrades and updates that come out in the states. Usually before they come out in Canada. She mentioned that there are certain things that you can't do and she can't order with Lexie and certain games don't work properly and also location service dog. Wouldn't work properly if you want, you know localized weather and that sort of stuff because if you're registered under a US account, then you're going to be using a Us address nevertheless. If you want to have a lot of the features then that would be the way to go. Now. If you are wanting to make that change and you're not sure how to do it you can always go to the FAQ section on the Alexa in Canada. CA website under resources, you'll see FAQ and you can look for the question specifically that says how do you change your account from Amazon amazon.com and that will tell you exactly how to do it. Okay,
Prime Day Coming Up October 13
"There, it's Terry here with your flash briefing. And today. I want to tell you a little bit about prime day. I guess really it's Prime days. Now. If you don't know what this is. It's an annual shopping event that page on put on and they highly highly discount a lot of their products and almost seems like almost everything on their site gets discounted and there are significant discounts as discounts were talking about things like box. They get discounts that sort of level of discounts. And so typically it's during the summer but with everything that was going on with covid-19 Saint delayed the prime Day event and they just announced off when that is and it's happening October 13th to 14th. And typically what I do every year is when I know that this is coming up in the near future. I start thinking of all the things that I could need around the house and in particular if you need any Lexi devices or any Smart Home Stuff, typically, there are huge savings on those sorts of devices, so
A Look at the Amazon Event 2020
"To this big amazon event. There was so much stuff so much stuff that was announced. Although it wasn't all related to Lexi specifically, but I'm just going to run through a couple of things in general just logically about the things that they announced and then I'm going to focus on some of the things that are a little more relevant to us Canadians. I will say first of all the thing that I noticed the most with this with this event, I was very fortunate to be invited to a watch online and the the big theme to me seemed the ambient home Amazon is really really stressing this idea of ambient Computing where the wage Devices where the computers were the the technology is just around us and that is why Lexie is such an important part of this but it's not the only part and so they did announce a number of products and I will come back to these in a bit but they announced the new Echo all of these are now spherical which is very interesting and I'll talk more about that. Like I say in a few moments they announce a new Echo. They announce a new Echo dot with clock being else a new Echo. For kids. This looks like it's only going to be the United States for now. They announced a new Echo Show ten, which is really interesting. It actually moves to follow you thought more about that in a few moments. They also announced a Fire TV stick a new version of Fire TV stick light 06 a wireless mesh system for home Euro-Pro 6, they announce a whole bunch of ring alarms for the car. So a ring Car Alarm a ring car cam and a ring always home cam which is very interesting. Is a device that is in your home and it's actually a little drone crazy stuff. This is like sci-fi stuff will come back to that one as well. And then they also launched something called Luna game controller and it looks like Amazon's new game streaming service is built using this control and it's built in the cloud, which is very interesting as opposed to other gaming sources. So that is the quick rundown on what they announced some of the things that I expected to see that I didn't see were any updates on any type of wearable devices because I always think I still think that when you compare let's say Google or Samsung to Amazon you think Amazon's doing such amazing things, but what is their weakness is that they don't have their own phone. And so I bought one of their strategies to get Lexie into the ears. Everybody is to get Lexie everywhere as I say have have Lexie everywhere and one of the ways I think they could be doing that is through wearables like last year. We saw the March 8th. The glasses and the echo Loop the ring but this year we didn't see anything like that. And I don't know I have questions about that is that because they have some more products that are in the works, but they weren't quite yet ready to be released. Is it because they've changed their strategy? I'm not sure but I I did find that out quite interesting. Now. I do want to talk specifically about the the devices the new device has rejected to Lexi of course and Tyler. Each one and some pre release dates and pricing and all that kind of fun stuff. Okay. So let's talk about the new Echo. So as you know, the echo previously was the cylindrical device. It's the basic device that thought they are released and there's been a number of iterations number of generations. And now we are out. We're up to the echo fourth-generation. Let me tell you a little about this first of all it took Spherical I think it looks pretty cool. I think it's very modern. And now the ring light is actually kind of along the bottom so around the base of the sphere. So it's a sphere with sort of a flat base and the ring lights along that flat base at the bottom. And so when it's when the ring light is on depending on the lighting of the room, it actually kind of creates a little bit of a a bluish glow down onto the surface which it looks pretty cool. It's actually got its got better technology. Obviously when they're releasing a new version on the top. It does have a microphone on and off button is still some buttons along the top of the sphere but they appear at least from the picture to be more flush with the sphere. This one comes in charcoal. It comes in glacier white and it came in Twilight blue. Okay, and here's something very interesting about this is it looks like Amazon has gotten rid of the Echo Plus and if you remember the Echo Plus had the smart home hub in it now the echo. The Hub built into it so great. I mean if you're looking for the ability to set up zigbee devices or for example ring smart lighting Products and all that kind of stuff locked sensors, it's now made simple with the standard Echo. It is part of that the other thing that it has built into it now that I should mention is it has a temperature sensor so you can also know the temperature off the bat and you know, you would expect that then based on temperature settings. This will be able to control Smart Home actions. The dimensions wage of this device are approximately 14 and half centimeters wide by about thirteen centimeters tall. So it's probably around the size of a softball maybe a little bit bigger than a softball but that gives you an idea of the size of this device. It has a three inch woofer in it and it's got two front firing a tweeters 4 a.m. Frequencies with Dolby audio technology, so that's great. And what's the price? Well, let me tell you. It's 1 29 99 and you can order this right now off on amazon.ca. The pre-orders are being taken right now. It will be released on October 22nd. So if you want to get this when it comes out, then go ahead and order them as
Blinds Controlled by Alexa?
"Comes from Willie a from the Facebook page the group if you'd like to join that group, by the way, go to a l e x a in Canada Community now Willie asks, you've always got two questions one is he's looking for a really good strong and secure home security system that works with Lexie and part two is he's looking for a blinds automation system that can be activated via Lexi. So I've got two products. These aren't the only ones for sure, but I got a recommendation for you Willy and for anybody else that's looking for similar products. As far as the home security goes the system that is going to be most integrated with life is going to be something that comes from Amazon. And as you may know Amazon purchased ring a little while back and they actually have a ring alarm system and you can choose different systems so you can get it off. As a 14 piece kit. So it comes with lots of sensors all the way down to a five-piece kit. You can get a doorbell kit. So it includes the ring doorbell lots of different kits. So, that would be one recommendation. As I said, there are some other ones as well, but not something that you can look at you can also choose it's optional to have 24/7 professional monitoring and then they charge you $15 a month for that if that's something that you want to look at. So there's that and then as far as the blinds go one of the less-expensive options that seems to be getting recently good news is the system from Ikea and so if you're going to be looking at the Ikea blinds, then you're going to need two things. You're going to need the The Hub basically what they call the boss. Here we go is my pronunciation of these Ikea pieces of Hardware The Dread free. It's about tradfri Gateway and that's on sale for twenty years. Dollars and that's basically the Hub of that allows you to then control the smart products that Ikea makes and you're going to control them through an app or through Lexi and then the actual blinds are in the office don't know how you pronounce s furter line f y r t u r and they come in different sizes, of
Alexa Commands: Echo Devices, Privacy Settings and Superheroes
"The day where we can cover some commands. So let's get right to it. I've got to probably more practical ones for you today. And then I've got one that is kind of kind of funny. So the two practical ones are first of all Lexi tell me about the new Echo devices because as I just recently mentioned yesterday, there was a big event this week. And if you say that Lexie can actually start to tell you about some of the new devices and then she could prompt you to go on with other commands. If you want to learn more about a specific device, and the other thing that you can say is Lexi review my privacy settings and she tells you an easy way to look at your privacy settings. And when you do that, she actually sends you a link directly to your Alexa app where you can have easy access to your privacy settings as well. So there you go. Those are two more practical things that you can say wage. And the other one which is actually pretty funny. I got a kick out of this when I liked it. It's cute. You can say this Lexie pretend to be a superhero and you can see what she says so long. Anyway, that's a fun one. So there you
"lexi" Discussed on Casual Swinger
"Will not see that word anywhere in the book not once in mating season. I hate that word it's not sexy. How do you guys feel? supple hot it's hard. However, supple ass. All right because a lot of people who don't like noise don't like the word supple. We're okay. Easter. syllables in they're like I there's trenched. There like that to me like you know and is there any other word? Any word even just using wet over and over is better than using moist to have the rich? You say, you say moist and I get a picture in my head of Madeleine Albright in a wet bikini and I'm just Really. Okay. His teeth their own. I, know that the very polarizing. Oh, it's. You know chooses great as we see sounds like I'm licking my lips you know that's hot. That's a hot word. You know to use eating a peach like an internal. All right well, now y'all turning me on. You real quick. Why don't you let everybody know where they can find you work in they buy your book. Well we're can't they find me as I think the better budget and you dirty little stockers you you can find the at lexi silver dot com that's Alexi with an eye silver with a y., and it is Lexi silver on all the things including twitter instagram facebook only fans, which is a new one I just added and Pinterest and probably some other places that I.
"lexi" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"He leans and tenderly kisses my forehead and then stares down into my eyes I stepped out of his arm and ask him. So what happens between us? How long do we continue to see each other in sleep together like this until you find someone more suitable for a family closer in age to you the tears now the tears are now falling I realized that fallen in love with this man and he is about to break my heart. I don't know me. I'm still trying to figure this single parenting thing out. It doesn't help that I have my in-laws breathing down my back. I don't want anyone else but you I'm not looking for anyone else. Markelle stand in front of me and looks Mandy is before he leans in to kiss me gently at first and then he deepens the kiss I melted to him because I want this with him so bad he pulls me to him and I go willingly I know what I have to do but I want this with him one last time if only for the memories, I wrap my arms around his neck and he picks me up and I let him take me to my room. That's about as close as we get to the sex part of the book. Right so we. Saw off camera right. It is. The main thing with me is that I, want. Not. Want people occas people to read it but I also wanted my family thereto. Sure Yes. So it's a, it's a PG thirteen, right? Okay. So little writing life questions and a little bit of time we have left here. You. So, what was the most enjoyable part of this process view writing this book? I think Just time this story together and like sharing it with my husband and saying, what do you think about this and what do you think about that? Just that process of developing the story is probably I don't enjoy the editing. So that's probably the developing of the story is definitely my favorite part. What do you hope readers get from your book? I hope that they get that sometimes life throws curve ball Sata's in when we think there's no such thing as second chances or a second soulmate you know they're there and we just gotTa keep our eyes open and you know take a chance even if it looks different than what we normally would go for right we should give it a Chan. Yes so was writing this book Everything, you thought it would be and did it. Did. It have any effect on your life and how you think about yourself now as a as a writer. It was everything that I while it was that and more I will say there's it was a huge learning experience I saw that I knew what was standing into when I first started because I have worked with other authors by it's a whole different. Situation when it's your own book but I I've learned tremendously F Matt, great people and It has definitely look like made me look at myself differently it's something that I've always wanted to do anything. Think I was blake now that I wasn't able but I thought I'll never be able to do that. You know that takes us trying to kind of send and but so I was proud of myself at even writing it. You Know Neverland publishing it. In just being able to put a story together in that many words in one kind of you know document or war you know space that to me. That was a pretty cool experience than it just opened up a whole slew leather stories too. So yeah, and also, Thanksgiving Your Business in fact, he designed book covers and things now that she's written a book, it has little credibility you can talk to authors about your experiences and so forth and having said that. And having, as you told me writings become one of your favorite things to do. Or you're going to write another book. I'm in the process I just literally finished writing a second book I. I'm going through that second you know like. Reading your own stuff and you're like what? That's where I am right now my goal is to have it out by August soccer could go it go. We got some time to. Shelter in we're recording this and may were still you know required to be careful out there. So you got some time to do that. So there's going to be information listeners in the show notes about. Lexi and Lydia the two. People talking to you today. and. They'll be shown some information about her links to her website and that kind of thing. So LEXI NYDIA. Thank you so much for being on the PODCAST. Oh. The for having me I enjoyed it. Well, that's it. For today, another found author giving voice to the written words next Tuesday, we'll have another in episode with readings and conversations about the written word and the writing life of a local or regional author who before the be on the lookout for another under the covers episode where we do much the same same thing we do here but quicker and sometimes away from the studio because there are just too many good authors not enough time. If you like what we're doing, please consider leaving short written review on Apple podcasts or the podcast platform of your choice because when you do our authors, voices travel much farther and wider in podcast land and if you're inclined. To help US help authors give voice to the written words and you'd like some member only content cultivated by our authors and me as our thanks please consider becoming a member supporter you can find out how.
"lexi" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"There a lot going on so I learned how to Ski I. It was a middle school field trip. We went on in like. I don't like this just tells you how much of like a straight a student I was. It was like an advanced math class and our end into the year lake surprise trip was to go skiing. I Dunno where we came up with this but we went and I fell in love with it. I bought my own skis when I was is like the team. And I've just been going ski ever since I just kind of I mean in the last three years have been a little busy fucking but yeah I would say so but you guys have a lot of mountains right there. Don't you like a couple of hours away. Those ski live in place where you concern ski in the same day. Nice see. That's my came to play so so it was seventy seven degrees today. We're shorts don't you don't WanNa know how cold it was here actually. It wasn't too bad bad bad today. An Opera Thirties right. Yeah he adds a worse winter scorning three as usual fifteen degrees out. Yeah but now. I remember those days waking up waiting outside for for the bus or like driving in the morning scraping this car off and stuff and it's not a place. I want to be any more fun as soon as I go to. Florida was ruined Edward. You go in Florida I lived in Orlando for a little while and then I was in Fort Lauderdale which honestly like for details. It's so amazing. Every vacation pation. It's close up to Miami but it's far enough away from the craziness you're not paying like an extra eighteen percent gratuity on everything because you're in south beach and I just I love it easy access to work. What's that It is the the one road there. That's got other restaurants on it Los. Yes yes fuck fuck is IT I. I know it's like I'm on the road right now but can't can't come Lasso. Luis Laso Seles. Yeah there you know. I live about ten minutes from there. The only thing I didn't so we went down there. December number of two thousand fourteen. I believe for just a get out of the fucking cold trip. And the only thing I didn't it was a little choppy like it was chopped up. You know if you wanted to go to go over here astro where like when I go on vacation. I'm the Kinda guy it likes to go like to an inclusive where I can just stay right. on-site go out to the beach. Have the Cabana girl. Bring me my drink stuff like that. Where her Fort Lauderdale? We ended up having to Around there's not really it's not very conducive to staying like without having a car. You're definitely a place you want to rent a car or have a plan of action of what you WANNA do. Stay in one part of it for a couple of days. Another part for a couple of days. I would Aleksei Wilton. Manors is probably one of the places that is a little easier to walk through. It's the gay district of the area. I love it. They're so open and friendly and it makes it just like I don't have to worry about anybody judging me for anything and they're so make you a little shops in like locally leones places and it just feels really good being there with other people who are just walking around enjoying the lives of doubly suggested what manners we stated the a Pelican grand. Oh yeah the big yellow hotel there and I'll tell you right just north of there. There was this huge fucking condominium building going up uh we could see over into it in some of the fucking sweets or penthouses or whatever you call them. Looked absolutely fucking beautiful and Mike like man. I can only imagine how much they're getting for those a month because it was just. I mean you're on right there on the beach. It's not essentially a public look beach but people can walk by so it's really not a high traffic beach because that's all that's down at Fort Lauderdale's main beach you know. That's where it gets busy but man. What a beautiful beautiful area and like you said? Miami's hop skip and a jump down the road really If you wanted to experience that yeah and there's always events happening there's always enough to do or like you can always google search. There's something happening within ten minutes. And then the fucking yachts. Oh Yeah Yeah. The place that like has a water the restaurant and sit on the balcony like watch all the different boats go by right at commercial reversal. Yeah you just wonder what these people do for a living because you know they go out of their a lot to go down to the Atlantis. uh-huh have you been to Atlantis in the Bahamas. I mean I've been to the Bahamas like that was an option but when you go in there Atlantis actually he has a poor on the one side of it. Where these people pull their fucking yachts? They just pour it in God. Damn it's going to be solely nice some day you you get the one that has a hot tub in the helicopter pad. Whatever you want Lexi could be our together our boat when do you go to Vegas for the NBA's the Va envious? The the first day of the show is the twenty second. It's Wednesday so it's the twenty second third fourth and in the twenty fifth. They have the show who is like shortened. And then the awards that night so Wednesday through Saturday and then Sunday. It's a ghost town literally hardrock just transforms back into the hard rock. Like there's no there's no sign of anything avian related. It's so creepy to walk down after this huge party. You walk down the next morning in your leg. Everybody's gone flying. I went to Vegas. I had to be at least fuck almost fifteen years ago. Fourteen fourteen years ago and the avian we're going on but we didn't know it so we're like we're walking around town not really thinking of anything really man. There's a lot of beautiful people out here. Ah what the fuck was going on. They always have a biens at the hard rock and then they have other conventions going like last year we had the concrete convention so you got lunch with concrete construction guys and then a bunch of porn stars. They had been a good mix. Yeah it was real late. Everybody's but he's making stuff hard. It was really a lot of like okay. I'm not leaving without like a couple. People are not going to be like available to Chit Chat Chat like I'm not going to the bar dam. Sure right well actually. It was great talking with you where everyone go find you again. So people can find me on twitter at Lexi Luna Akzo..
"lexi" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Fell into it per se day and it wasn't really business-minded back then but now she's got a huge social media following because of it. She's branded herself. So I mean I think thinks she developed into it but unfortunately you know see famously says that she only may talk dollars in porn so that it was one of those things that's like well porn born literally built everything that you're sitting right now because without that you wouldn't have that following gotta remember came from the the only fans. What is that like? How does that work? Is it like another social media kind of so it's a subscription site. Okay in some girls have a free subscription. Some Girls Subscribe for twenty four ninety nine. It all depends on what they're offering. So what I personally put on there is full length. Videos is that I make myself whether they're Solo. Whether the boy girl girl girl whatever content I have this going up there. I accept customer questions so people can have custom videos made of whatever they want and communicate with them. There's a DM option. We can talk just even people will say. Hey how's your day. I'm a big Fan. Thanks for making content like little all things like that and then I can. You can go live on. They're kind of like instagram. Whatever twitter live periscope whenever it is dub I can put little like posts is up? I can post pictures videos. Text whatever I want and it just makes it really easy. I can also charge for each message that send if I want so minimum of three dollars to open. Open the message. Whatever it is whether it's video text photo hike monetize it that way too. So it's a really interesting monetization of communication communication. It's kind of Cam light right where you're not getting the interaction like real time necessarily like there's no video option but that's really all it's missing so and I love it. It's a social media. Basically behind a paywall. Yeah well. It's a customer service industry at that point right have Kevin really likes lexi stuff I would go and subscribe you and now I feel that connection with you because I can tax you daily and say hey Lexi good morning Blah Blah Blah and have that interaction and I love to talk with my fans. I'm very lake open at a very specific about the way that I communicate. You will know if you if you're talking to me or if you're talking to not me 'cause anybody who pays attention knows that my grammar doesn't falter. May Selling on point like all these things that make me who I am and ended. That's the kind of podcasts. In these kind of things are what make people fall in love with me in the first place they hear me talk they hear me you know. Tell my real life and but also can realize that not just that girl that they watch porn. I'm more than just the mill as they call next door. So that's what I'm all about but I love of that. You don't get a choice. I love being the melt but a lot of people are looking for. Just there's a real connection right speaking if you've been nominated for. The hottest mill fit this year right fans came through fan nomination. ENFOR hottest smell. Thanks is the first time I've been nominated so it's really exciting. But it's also kind of one of those like I'm missing categories like Lisa an Angelea ed Julia ad and like all these amazing mills. Corey Chase all these women who are actually like meant to begin that category and then here I am all like fresh-faced thirty. Yeah but I'll tell you in some of the Promo pictures that I've got one with you with glasses on and and I'm like Oh my God look like that is totally me. I'm Mike Holy Shit. He's blushing he's blushing I am. He's yeah that's what I'm going to use for the Promo because it's it's it's not over the top but it's super fucking sexy. It's super sexy. Are Right exactly and there's so much behind not seeing everything is. There's no reason why you know even for somebody like us when we go to promote this episode that we need to put S. nipples out showing you with that sexy. Look I think is going to be awesome. Yeah and it's so me it's so many people love me and bosses first of all. I think it just like connects them visually with that teacher piece. Everybody always wants me in like a business shirt. My hair up glasses classes and like a pencil through my hair my most requested leg. I can see why you talked a little bit about being the swinger lifestyle. Are you a Unicorn yes about this silly. I guess that's what I did you do this. Research Search Yeah. I guess I would consider myself that. I am the most elusive Unicorn. Especially when it comes to these cruises because you know I'm their first of all I'm working is so I can always hide behind the guise of lake Sorry I have to work but at the same time like when. I'm not working when I'm not scheduled to be at a playroom handing out towels or whatever I am technically to be on the same vacations. Everybody else which is awesome. I walk around run naked on the pool deck and I get to mingle with guests and I get to just be one of the other people but you know. It's always have always has expectations of what they will. Ellen won't see during this cruise and I tried to like make it as welcoming an answer questions and like people want autographs people went to buy photos in DVD's and all that kind of stuff but it's also like I just WanNa sit at the bar at the end of the night and just Chapa people just like everybody else mangles. I just want to be part of that too because is your these are people who don't have the same careers. Me and everywhere else I go. I'm surrounded by my peers. It's nice to be surrounded by other people. Yeah you can be you. You'd let loose loosened. Just be you. Yeah it's interesting because it seems to me like people in the swinger lifestyle would be so pushy. Yeah it depends it depends on the age group. Honestly I feel like the older crowd is a little pushier because they have nothing to lose and it's they're are so used to just be like doing a play now okay. Let's talk to the next person they're just so it's a routine whereas the younger people kind of like don't hurt your feelings or they. It's our treading lightly. They don't WanNa make a bad reputation for themselves early on in this community because these communities are small and people talk so you don't Wanna come off as like a a total complete bed the same time I need. It's my body. I got to say no. I shouldn't feel obligated to fuck anybody. You shouldn't feel obligated to hang out with anybody in not only that but you also have to worry about how many people are out there. That just WanNa fuck you to say they fuck Lexi Luna exactly and safety is number number one priority will be get tested every fourteen days of the industry and I'm not willing to take a chance on anybody let alone girls always come with a guy so it's not like I I can play with just the guy and not the girl because there's fluid exchange. Mike there's no way to not exchange fluids with a girl so I that's kind of also what I always say it's like you know I have seen is coming up. I really need to be professional on. Stay true to my profession. Not Mix outside of the tested circle. That's kind of the same idea I have because I get approached a lot. Women say Kevin GotTa have it. Yeah it's it's very difficult using blue allies thanking now you're GonNa make Bosh again can see the screen. I appreciate the compliment. So so we've talked and talked about the swing lifestyle in on this show and we've never what we had sully one. Maybe one person that actually the one A lot of people like to they like to keep that private and I totally understand that but I also want to know more efficiency curious we want to know about it runneth. I think it's a natural curiosity different. And that satis quo and you you see people kind of doing it behind closed doors. It's kind of like when you think about it. Like in the seventies parents have the key parties who's ever unlocks the lock. That's hooking coming up with that night like it's a little bit more grown up than that now than I think. That was very like but you know in the neighborhood when you know all these same people you don't care whose key lock matchup because everybody's in the crowd is already vetted and that's a big part about these these sooner cruises first of all adults only vacation so there is is nobody under twenty one there so all that automatically puts a different crowd than your view but then also it's unfair expensive vacation so so there's only a certain type of person who can afford a six thousand dollar cruise for five days so it kinda weeds out the riffraff of people who are just going to be Lake AAC hitting you up for right whatever. Getting completely fucking sloshed. At the bar still definitely happens especially like day one or two you just really excited. especially if they're new they don't really know what to expect nervous absolutely and I don't ever condone playing under the influence. I just don't think that save leave. Especially when there's like king equipment evolve dungeon of that kind of stuff that can get really really dangerous burned. Yeah and that's also that's also away like that's kind of my role is making sure that there is people are able to do what they need to do and not just like. They're falling down drunk not letting him in the playroom. Yeah right on that cruise. Do you actually like run a playroom. So if there's a playroom that's be. Sm Do you go in there and you're like all right. Here's here's what's going to happen in heroes. You may participate but may oversee it. They are people who do that. I don't I'm outside kind of on the first line of Defense. So I'm I'm the one giving out towels or anything that they might need. We have condoms on board and lube and stuff like that so we just kinda give everybody an opportunity to go play in. I tell them the rules of the playroom if there because there are some places that are couples only there are some rooms that are girls only playroom so just making sure that at the door. They know what to expect when they go in. There's no like just going in to see what it's like. There's none of that so I'm kind of the first like Pretty Line of defense. That's later oh please please don't do that. And then if they continue player-manager inside that I could be like. Hey get this sucker up also not going to like. That's not my brand to do you. That I said so. They definitely help people who feed them and luckily are you like the only person on on this cruise that does adult films or is there a couple of you that go. I'm the only one that does adult films. There are other people who do adult themed work. There are people who will teach like the people who teach the tantric sex classes or they have podcast about the swinger lifestyle or they teach like Cherban's classes but I'm the only actual adult star Wanna go on a cruise. I don't think the Webby the life but they don't like just guys going on those same guys allowed her guys and girls can bring a female L. third and she can be alone but they also ticket to a single night. That's pretty common on all swinger events. Single guys pay like a hundred dollars more than everybody else else if they are allowed. Nobody's allowed 'cause fucking geysers scum fucking scum man. A lot of fucking dude suggest derp balls but look at what like. There's so many guys that like we need guys to make porn. Will you do. Isn't that like you guys are a necessary evil. I think that's better than Scott. I'm embassy in Lake so there's people like soulier I who don't bring me into this say like respect and understand understand the industry and we've talked to enough of adult film stars at this point that we know a lot of you now that we understand that but there's just skies out there that just they just WanNa faulk porn star but I think a lot of to the whatever else to put it put in all seriousness like if if that was out a bar and I approached you in this day and age. You know you're not you're not into tweaks don't never know about but what I'm saying is like the stage if you approach a woman at a bar and she's with a group of friends or whatever like it's kind of standoffish. It's what are you doing talking to me. Don't talk to me. I know I'm not that I never welcome are supposed to meet women and then when you're at the gym headphones clearly don't talk to your. Yeah Yeah Science side. I don't know how people meet anymore. I don't know I'm thank God. I'm like Tender kidding kidding me right now. I don't think I have the energy to date anymore so this this marriage better workout for. I don't know if I'll ever get married married like it's just. It's just not necessary. I don't if I find somebody that I love and I wanna be with be with that minute like there's really no need for the whole marriage thing. I feeling message in our cake thing and obviously people are happily married. Whatever but I just put so much pressure on something? That's already good. Why why do you need to change your happy happy and another thirty only because I couldn't bend a checkbook? I bet a lot of people. Don't ever have that skill anymore. Because AK mine balances for you. It's pretty impressive. It seems to be working also. Salih me the wife because he couldn't do math. She's a math teacher so I felt maths. She's a math teacher. Just seemed to work.
"lexi" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"You correct right leg. Goes where and I'll see I do and you know I told I was telling Kenna James Awhile back now that I was this close to starting my own. My Free Cams Dot com site. Well think about it. I mean it's gotta be there's gotTa be women women out there there's got to be women or dudes dudes that WanNa pay to watch me absolutely have a little fun definitely guys fade to watch you. Women don't pay we don't pay real this true increase so the all dudes. Yeah you know. I'm not against gays gay culture or anything like that. But I don't know if I'm on a journey off like your twinkie yet eh. Bear and I don't know what you'd becoming what's a fucking bear is getting into like furry shit now no it's like the gay culture like specific type of a male look. Yeah so like I'm a hustler. Husky Little Guy. Probably a little bit furrier. So I would be a bear. I know what I am and I know what I'm not okay. I'm comfortable with WHO I am and you just called me a tw- INC so the fuck is that it's a pretty boy. Yeah Okay Yeah Yeah. It's kind of a compliment. I I guess Kevin Ja Google this shit dude. I don't know I got to talk to people like Lexi. I don't get into this. Never know with US never known. It's why it's so much fun but you've created so much content over the course of the last. What three to four years? You said you've been doing this. This year will be four years. What's the average timeframe for? Is there anything from like x amount of months to a year tops for most people but I came into this after As a second career I chose. This didn't choose me. You know there are a lot of different factors. Does that make me successful. I also treats like business in a career. It's not just took an APP with my friends. You leg as much as it might look like that. That is all part of the plan you know. So it's it's very different streams of income. It's not just from movies. You know there's a bunch of different things that involved with and constantly looking for the next thing like you how to be a hustler in this industry. You can't sit still await for the scenes to come because they want right and that was one thing I learned early on. I lucked out in ended up not in a contract with an the agency because they didn't like my look but really what they didn't like is that I was independent in that I was looking for my own work. I knew what was up. So you're you came into educated gated and you know you're pretty much own agent in exactly just kind of did what you had to do to make you successful. A lot of things are like that though I mean uneven us is fireman. We do this on the side right. I mean every everything seems to always have that little add on to it you look at NFL athletes even they do commercials out spice commercials and show. Everybody does it. And you don't really realize is that everybody does it until you're in a position to also be doing it because I I didn't I didn't realize how similar we are to Hollywood actor doing all these endorsements and you know having these huge accounts that are you know. They want people to promote their stuff and I didn't realize what a hustle was because I wasn't in a career that there was even an option right now with all this content you've created your own streaming site Lexi Luna EXO EXO DOT com. Yes Oh it's right now still informational site. I have all the content like ready to go liking the button and I'm like released dragging my feet because right now in the middle of Putting all that together is I ended up doing really well and only fans which is the the other platform that I use. I won't let DOT COM and I was like had got to be put in the same content in these these places like there's really no need to Separated so much so right. Now I'm Kinda sticking with LEXI DOT COM and just keeping most of my content there. It's daily stuff like snapchat style. Hey how's IT GOIN'. I hope you guys are having a good day type stuff to messaging and talking and they process payment the same rate that the other people that I worked with prospects of kind of like even yeah no need to be managing to different websites. I know right where you're headed with that because even doing what we do in managing the website and even creating this into a youtube audio only is a pain. Because you've got to the static all the static fucking graphics Zimbabwe Blackwood. I get it I get it. It's a lot of work but you've been successful in a lot of that is because it sounds like you've been consistent. Yes instead of dropping off in that six months to a year range. You've just stayed consistent. You've stayed the course you've continued to make videos and it's gradually built up your repertoire. Right video you got more videos out there. People notice you more with more videos. You're no different than us. Your content content creator. You just have probably a little bit more fun more fun doing your content creation. Let's just be on it. She's got better content better but a lot of it. They always say don't worry about the subscribers. They'll come as long. Do you will consistent and so true. That was one thing I've really learned with camping. there is a while where I was making really good money camping because I showed up three days a week and fans knew when I was going to be there. How long what they can expect the newest bring the same Bruce Analogy? I was there and be shitting on Cam. I was GONNA sit there on my phone I it was you know lake. There is a certain level of professionalism that comes with it and again. I wouldn't have had that if I hadn't had a professional career for five years so it all comes down to just kind kind of recognizing this isn't just a game and I think a lot of girls see it as a game and it's 'cause you make a lot of money it's really fine it's funded by Gucci and it's fun to like go on trips and stuff and I get to do that kind of stuff too. It's just that I'm a lot smarter with. I'd rather invest than by Gucci. Sure absolutely. I think that's probably. What differentiates you guys being a little bit more successful as you continue through your careers than the other ones? Because they get the money rolling in they WANNA go out and do the Selfie with Gucci Shit on their instagram to set and the other thing and then the money steps coming in and then they can't reproduce that they can't glorify the next expressway yet so like caught up in the system and they get so caught up in broken and like somebody does something to them or they have one that experience and they don't know how to bounce back because they're nineteen. Tina Turner had experience with life. So it's like how do you. How do you help in teach these girls who just wanted make a quick buck? So it's kind of like this to there's two types of people to enter the industry and no I'm one kind. Somebody who's business-minded wants to like really focus and make this a career and they're somebody who's just kind of dipping in and out and they might show for a year and they might be gone and then they might show up for another two years you know make a retirement. Do a comeback in some blow up within two months. I mean look at me Khalifa. uh-huh yeah yeah but she came in and she got the fuck out. Yeah Yeah just article on her. She was in the other category. She wasn't really business-minded minded. She wasn't she kind of came over to the. US was Kinda stuck between a rock and a hard place and she just kind of.
"lexi" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Movies? Sweeps buttering me up already. He's already thirteen. Seconds is probably the fastest ever I can ally that didn't take long in those those little Kitty Kitty Yours for headphones or cute I like what am I fans actually got me lose for gaming. Oh Nice would you game on Adele for the very first time nice. That is so funny. Let's get a little light on the end of it. Might look like why are you. Oh yeah are we that fancy Z.. Solely what the fuck vans on your Amazon wishlist start showing cleavage and our instagram in. Pay careful delegates shutdown. I know I know motherfucker city now I saw that You got your page shutdown. What's the four times I've got four times in a year ship? Yeah it started in March and I have the Now now in January so it's been less than a European shut down four times. May I account started at one hundred. Seventy five thousand and I got shut down in March and then ever since then I've been trying to make new ones. I swear the words Lexi Luna together in the title in at that make it so flagged like the Algorithm picks right up on it and go meanwhile there are like five fake accounts that other people have created stealing my photos that I can't get shut out there right right. It's unreal. Isn't it now such discrimination. I think a lot of the problem with that. We've talked about it on past shows but we haven't really talked about the algorithm itself. And I think that's that's the main problem because if you had human eyeballs looking and I know there's a shit ton accounts I get it but if they're actually looking through that and seeing the the stuff that's being posted cocoa and all these other stars Kim quote their nipples up and it's okay but the minute. Kevin puts a promo up of nenet Hammond covering her boobs in just at a classy photo I get fucking flagged and kicked off. Does there's some Nice boobs she yes there have you seen Lexi's I did. I did some research always always research purposes academics super reporting a good life we live. It's a good life good life tube slinging Dick's all day scrape never heard it. Put that way before sly index decks. I like it I like it. Not The dick part silly. Silly tends understood gravitate toward our listen. We're three minutes into a conversation. Right talking about ladyboys I had to go back down. The rabbit hole in Bangkok stays in Bangkok right. Look at Lexi you grew up in the Midwest and I can tell just by looking taking it. You you have that midwestern girl look to how was it growing up in the Midwest boring I it was every always asked. Were you rebellious league. No fucking followed every single rule and I graduated high school with honors advanced classes. I went to college graduates. The four point. Oh I did all the right stuff and I got into my teaching career and I decided Five years later that this was not a career that I could retire from. It just really didn't make sense. And the state of education in the world in the US versus the world just really had a hard time coming to terms with the fact that the government always is controlled. Me Basically and I couldn't teach the way I wanted to couldn't help soon wanted to. I kind of felt a little light to the I to the follow my passion and then as I continue to kind of learn that my passion was education not as education of children so started working towards educating adults. And and I'm started interviewing for other positions within the education sphere and I just I never really could find the thing that was going to like. Give me the flexibility. I wanted to be able to make the money that that I wanted not that I got education the money I know for sure. There's no money in education at yeah right. Yeah but So I posted up up couple photos of remodeling because moonlighting over the summer. Not making any money and coke Modeling photos got posted on that life dot com which is a fetish community blog. Doc facebook type thing and I got approach for porn and it was like I fucking hate my job. It's April school's over in May. I'll try to over the summer and eh talk about diving off the fucking cliff rate. And I've I've always been that kind of person. It's like I'm going to do something I'm GonNa fucking do it and that's right kind kind of where we've ended up so now it's three years later in almost four and I'm doing it doing that but you know I I learned that like I really liked education when it comes to this to the adult world I get to go on swinger cruises and I teach people how to give great blowjobs than teach women's health classes on how lakes maintain your body with multiple partners. And it's very important. Yeah a bunch of it is I mean nobody wants. Nobody wants to bed bowed. You smelly pussy right so I do the world a favor but it's it's really fun life but at the same time I still kinda get to teach and to educate people on sex topic I think is right up there with a carrying cancer anal. Take a good blow jobs and then anal in that particular order good jobs lead to anal Somalia. Yeah well you got to look it up and get it ready right. No it's interesting to hear you talk about the education system because you know I. It's it's something that you know we're always told we're we're in. School is GonNa get an education. Education is important and it is. I absolutely agree with that but I I didn't go to college. It wasn't my passion to sit in a room and then I was probably GonNa sit cubicle where I didn't want to sit room either so I took the an on Orthodox career path in my family as well. I mean it's not as extreme as yours but to the other you know. I had family members that work in suit and tie white collar organizations organizations and here I am writing fire trucks and ambulances and they're like what are you doing with your life and like what I like. I don't WanNa be an office. I don't WANNA be no nine to five grind. I just I just WANNA be happy when I go to work so I truly understand where you're coming from with that and I commend you for taking such a leap fucking terrifying defying. Like the first day that I was like onset unlike. This is the moment that like I could never. I can never return to my career the this this is kind of a turning point where she's about to go down literally at. I cannot stop it from getting on the Internet. I've already signed up. It's done. It was kind of like one of those like this is do or die. I made it for three years and I live in La now on. It's kind of one of those things like I decided to move here to be able to go forward in my career yard. You know if I'M GONNA try to be a porn star doing from Florida or from Vegas just isn't cutting it anymore Aimar so it is pretty interesting in. We've talked before about loving what you do and you have to love what you do or else you're going to be miserable. I mean think about how many or the percentage of people across America that are sitting in a job just because they have to uh when there's people like us three who are doing what we love in your instance Lexi you're also still able to as you mentioned and bring education into that realm as well so you're getting the best of both worlds because you love doing the adult film thing but ah you're still having the education part. Feel like if I had gone to college and hadn't done the pathway that I had if I had just started porn at eighteen I wouldn't be where I am. I wouldn't be as good as I am. I would like everything I think shaped my experience to be the me. That is me right now and to be able to do this so I see a lot of these girls come in at eighteen in always liked man. What if I had only done that but then I would've fucking failed because I wasn't this? I said I wasn't as able to take rejection. I wouldn't have been able to navigate my way through all the bullshit that happens industry. Let's be real to to really kind of figure out my own path happen to stand migrant on do want and not do it. Don't let the other thing is the world needs people like you in. I'll use an example. I I remember being. Yeah good blow job so yeah or good hand job the way we're not we're not picking your mouth right exactly right. I would lexi but no anyways I was GONNA say like back when I was a teenager. Everybody's Neil curious about sex or whatever and I remember being a kid and found Dr drew and Adam Corolla and it used to do love line and party was like the you know the younger kid who just laugh at it because because you know Adam Curle as a comedian he would make a smart ass comments But the other thing I really took away from it though as Dr drew you know he'd always give his professional opinion or recommendation or something like that so again like I think the world needs people like you and Dr Ju just to explain the risk factors for people or how to do something jumped in the right way so nobody gets hurt or injured and it's a lot of having sex is like getting over the stigma sacks we always so it's so taboo in almost every household to talk about it. I never learned about sex into except for what I learned from school. And that was terrible education. I really just learned the basics. Basics of like what my period is that's not at all don't get as td only education is doing a disservice to students. And and I am really passionate about like in the future. I want to get some kind of certification that allows me to technically speak on these things because I just feel like it's we're just so so we've been banging shifted the dawn of time. I mean it's going to happen. Yeah exactly we're taking away the part of us. That is the most human if we're trying to take teenagers especially teams should be going out. Having sex. That language should be educating them in more than just abstinence. Only I I think that is our government are wonderful fucking government always thinks that they know the best for us right but I think in the idea of you've sex it at a teenager. Thirteen sex education is going to be what helps bring those numbers down and bring those young pregnancy rates down Because obviously what they're teaching in school isn't working like you just said it's not even a fucking it's the they like. Teach futurist balls are teacher would have Gina's they only teach you that like really in depth that you're that gender Felt like I learned a lot about my parts and we had like a couple of days on the guy parts whole lake girls versus boys class thing that they they separate you in the talk about the different parts. But I didn't really know what they were used for. Actually in my head when I was younger asked the question. Why do the two people people have to like? Why can't they just sit and read a book when they're trying to get pregnant? I didn't know what was required stimulation for things to happen. Yeah and I think the way to is you have a daughter and she's grounded until she's ninety and if you have a son if you knock somebody up I'm not paying for the kid. It got pretty much the American way for parents to raise their kids or just though Chai about talking about the things that make us the most connected is not only that but but it's also the stigmas. If a sixteen year old boy goes out and bangs the hot girl in school in gets home. Dad's GonNa fucking high five him and be like Yeah Brad good job but if the girl goes out and does that now she's a whore. Yeah so hold on a second. We need to just stop that whole stigma behind the idea. That Ado getting laid is fine but a girl getting laid is not an should be both ways. There's no reason why seventeen year olds can't have sex. They do. I mean that's the way I look at it. I'm a real right so seventeen. I had sex before seventeen and honestly it's just one of those things that I didn't know the fuck I was doing. I did it because I had a boyfriend that I was with at. He knew what he was doing. Right right I if it was up to me to honestly figure out sex. I didn't ever start watching until I watch my own porn. Do.
"lexi" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"With your Lexi near living room it'll automatically work on the one in the shower so these would link to the same account that whatever what weather like so you have in your home all on the same account so yes you do you think about the same way so this is portable which is really great molested respectivas doesn't happen very often so you can bring us around the home it's rechargeable so it has about seven hours of battery life at seventy percent volume see that's the charge it probably every evening hopefully you're not taking a seven hour shower so charging the mean pop it in your shower head for your shower and then bring it out using about the rest of the day you know okay John okay the idea that yeah I do let me ask you are you know that almost seems kind of dumb it for a year what did you see that was just like kind of stupid here is the analogy I making I have on my BMW there is technology they have where you can increase the volume or decrease the volume of what is playing through the radio simply by taking your index finger and moving it in a circle to the right imagine you're doing that and that makes the radio louder and then you turn around and move the finger in a circle to the left and that makes the volume it decreases the volume and I'm thinking what genius came up with that because it's so difficult to reach over and just turn the knob to the left to right I mean total redundancy stupid stuff with stop well that I mean the Alexa shower thing was interesting to me because I mean the guy was saying that the number one thing people do is listen to music in the shower or sing along in the shower and it's you always got to lean out and you got to lean over and turned on by you turn it on turn back on change the channel change the music yeah they got off yeah knowing the child out it so now it's all complete but this led me to the one thing that had you written all over alright we'll come back with that yeah because in the shower be reach over getting grabbing the soap and putting it on your body I mean it's a I would like the rose bowl five thousand doing that foreman okay will be all right back with Steve and there's plenty more to talk about coming up and see I show this week this is K. a fart let's check in with Jennifer Jones Lee and also coming up it's your chance to win a thousand dollars the new year why not a new chance to win some money LA acts as a taxi driver rally could slow traffic in the central terminal area taxi driver say they'll demonstrate to demand that LA X. once again allow curbside pick up the airport says the demonstration is not expected to impact flights but it could affect traffic between ten AM and two PM a magnitude five point eight earthquake has jolted Porter Ricans out of bed smaller earthquakes have been hitting Porter Rico for the past week the USGS said the quake this morning it just south of the island at a depth of about seven miles small landslides and the power outages were reported and Tokyo's first bluefin tuna option of twenty twenty was one for the record books a sushi restaurant chain paid nearly one point eight million dollars yesterday for a six hundred eight pound tuna we'll take a look at a crash on the four oh five with the KFI.
"lexi" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Kids have been derided Sydney I received a group text from a friend of ours to my husband it said I think I could get used to that like really soon so this is from Lexi in corona Lexi good morning how you doing morning I'm very well so you got this text that came in and you ask your husband about it yeah I it would be a really good group taxed a friend of ours and there was to me and my husband that just that I think I can get used to that it was kind of just like out of nowhere and I have a group chat going or anything like that so I thought it was really weird and she just immediately active paper just like very awkward about but when the text came to you and your husband and yeah but this can happen sometimes in text messages if you have a lot of group tax going on if you if I want to take Brian and send you a text of the last one was of all of our group chat I my accident listen to the group why I don't like it my group it's sort of me to find just the individual that'll make everything can I back off my grouping you have the conversations yeah war it's a ripoff one other thing sorry I thank you one other thing I reply to emails and the body of the email still doesn't go with my reply do you understand what I get emails all hit reply all and the body of the email that was sent to me doesn't go with the reply exactly two still not been fixed now I am so does that happen everyone in the universe yes so is the is the economy slowing because of it I know it's so annoying wasn't on answer what what mark your George all the charges were not the keepers of the charge of all the tech here top celebs Lexi anyway so you have to be careful you know these updates in these iOS is an early I'm wait let me play this and then I come back and we're gonna make the call how long you been married our we've been together for eight years all right we're gonna pay off from some roses see we can find out one of two point seven KIIS FM on.
"lexi" Discussed on Counting Countries
"Comment. That caught my attention. You you said something to the fact that you wanted to push yourself to see how far you could go outside of the traditional norms of life so my my question is why wasn't the traditional life something. That was good enough for you so to speak so why not go to college. Why not maybe just work with your family in the travel agent. What was driving you. What was the inspiration or the catalyst to lead this life that he's not traditional while i started traveling a really young age in that really influenced the person that i've become <music> now because it grew this intense curiosity inside of me that has always been wondering what what else is out there with this is incredible but is there more always wanting to push my own limits and seeing what's on the other side of of the door lexi whereas there one day where the dam opened so you've been known on social media for a couple of years you've been known of in the extreme travel community as a young person trying to go to every country in the world but then there seemed to be day when you changed from this person who was maybe known a couple of niche communities to becoming almost host a shall we say global media type person because i was getting emails from other people like oh. You should talk to this person. She just travel with every country in the world am i. I actually know her <hes> bob so what was their day where like the the late switch flipped in things kind of like changed well if probably appears from the outset there was just one day but from my perspective it's just been every single day of my life working towards where i am now. It's taken so many tiny steps along the way of just focusing focusing on what i can do every single day to eventually get somewhere even though i didn't know exactly where that was <hes> but i was is lucky enough to be very persistent with my cold emailing and reached a woman forbes who has really a inspired by my story and she published an article <hes> soon after i went to north korea and after that one one article hit i wasn't even expecting this at all are talking to anyone about the record until it was verified by guinness but <hes> every i <unk> woke up and almost every single language around the world was covering my story in the news i was getting pictures from indonesia from had to buy from south africa from the netherlands from south america from colombia all over over the planet translating my story and sharing and i woke up after five days two hundred fifty thousand people had followed colored me and were had so many questions and i was very much unprepared for that that i m i storm storm but i've been just overwhelmed with the amount of positivity that's been been coming out of it and i'm really we really excited to see where it's going to be going will be curious to fall along one of the things you've done recently. I just watched your video last night which i thought it was great. You did a fedex speech. That's pretty cool. What's it like giving expected speech. I was absolutely terrified terrified to give that talk. That was my first time ever speaking on stage but don't i had told myself a long time ago that i was. I was going to become a public speaker because i have a lot to say especially after everything that i've learned after traveling to every country so <unk> standing on that stage. I remember five minutes before my talk. I heard everyone come in and sit down and like oh no is it. Is it too late to not do this. This can get out now but <hes> i persevered through that moment of panic and terror in all of the moments of ooh nervousness leading up to the talk and i felt so empowered on the other side of it. Let's see how do you come up with the theme of your presentation. How did that come to fruition in. How long did it take you to prepare for. Are your presentation and i'll give you a compliment. You would not know that that was your first time public speaking so great job. Thank you so much well at it took me. Maybe you three months or something of of thinking from when i thought of the topic that i wanted to share and to the point of getting on the stage which i was always really in love with the idea that ted has of ideas worth spreading and and i wanted to make this talk less at bow <hes> myself in what i've done with the traveling and make it more something that other people can find actionable and one of the things that i have learned along the way is is the most effective way of growing yourself is by getting out of your comfort zone everything that you want into in your life most likely on the other side of your comfort zone so i wanted to break down that idea share. What is your comfort zone. What what is it made out of. What why do you want to get out of it and what the benefits of that look like very cool you you also mentioned a t._v. Show so give us a little preview of what's going on there yeah so i started co hosting a tv michel. A few months ago called epic exploring. It is a show about the twenty most insane abandoned locations locations around the world and i am have been hosting it with them. These guys cody and joshu both have youtube channel based around exploring abandoned places you can find josh is at exploring with josh on youtube we went into. I can't tell you too much about it but we went to some really awesome. Abandon chateau's in france in abandoned endon roller coaster amusement park in new orleans and we've got a really exciting aah season finale coming up in japan mm-hmm so that will be airing in november on insight t._v. shang <unk> on my social media which is like limitless. I share a lot about everything that's going on with the travel and record in everything there as well. Let's go through your your social media comment. You see a lot of people that you've inspired that you've touched. A lot of positive feedback so so now is the time i'm putting you on the spot and looking for an anecdote. Can you think of someone who's reached out to you someone when they reached out to you to tell you how much the the that you've meant to them how it touched you. Can you think of an example of someone you've inspired and how that made you feel well. There's there's there's a lot of unbelievable stories that i've heard through social media. I had a young nineteen year old woman in egypt's reach out to me recently who has the opportunity to take a trip to italy for after school and she she has always wanted to travel her whole life has never been out of egypt but her father as she grows up in a very conservative of islam <unk> household and her father has said that he knew that he will <hes> <unk> basically disowned her if she follows this dream of hers and that she wants to talk to me about this because she doesn't feel like anyone else would understand or be able to help her talk her through this situation and that kind of story is something i never anticipated being able to help someone with an and being there to support another young woman who wants to do something differently with her life and being able to tell her that uh she should follow her heart in not as maybe as much her expectations that have been placed on her culturally early or by her family. Her society has been a really powerful experience for me. It touches me more than anything in its shows me that doing what i've done isn't as much for me as it is for for other people in. I hope to be <music> of service to as many people especially young women as possible future in do happen to that woman. Did she go on the trip did did her father disowned her. What would happen. She's gonna take a trip. Kit will hopefully your dad will be more understanding looking back. One hundred in ninety five countries a soon to be hopefully guinness world record. What's one or two or three lessons that you've learned that you took away from doing this journey. I would say that one thing that that keeps coming up is just the understanding that anything is possible in two thousand sixteen. This was an idea <hes> popped into my head of something. I thought would be interesting to do and now here. I am a few years later having actually completed completed and followed through with what i said i was going to do and it's just reminding me that we are capable of so much more than dan you that we believe that we are and i have learned so much about the world world what people are really like from every country. I am so happy to say that i found kindness in every country just like i thought that would when i started and that the world is actually becoming sach incredibly connected place and that there's so much left to explore i've traveled to every country and i feel like i've only just scratched the surface of how much there is out there you you could spend a day however long you want in a new place for the rest of your life and never run out of things to see. That's the segue from my next question. So we're looking at a situation. You have forty fifty sixty years of travel. Aval left in you is there another bucket. List is at travelers century club med mania. Is there another wished in your mind that you're going to be pursuing after you kind of take our nar well to be completely honest with you. <hes> i have found a bit along the way that that the country counting the lists isn't my favorite way of traveling so i'm i'm from now on not going to be pursuing any of the any of the different clubs are lists or anything. I'm going to just go wherever it is. I <hes> i am pulled where i find opportunities whenever i have that crazy idea of i want to go climb a ballgame no in the d._r._c. I'm gonna go and do that. <hes> i'm just gonna see at least for now in the foreseeable future and just go to wherever likes pulls me next. Thanks for joining me for a second time lexi. I also want to say congratulations again for the success in your journey up before we end this conversation. How can people stay in touch with you. Fall your travels and ask you for guidance yeah so if anyone is interested in the photos that the youtube channel that's coming soon my website. You can find everything about me by googling my name lexi l. ford. It's spelled l._a._x. I e and my instagram handle website are lexi limitless awesome lexi. Thanks again for joining me and i look forward to seeing your more travels over the years yeah great to be speaking with lexi gang congrats on finishing your goal of the one ninety-three and good luck with getting the guinness world record and remember member take a look at patriot dot com and.
"lexi" Discussed on Counting Countries
"The waterfalls my favorite place at ever stayed was in lia in the swiss alps <hes> really bad with the the german names but it's also known as the cliffhanging hostile so oh you take a cable car to the top of this mountain and then you hike with all of your stuff through like ancient caves up to this <hes> this hostile hostile that's literally hanging off the side of the alps said the inside of the hostile wall against the mountain is open mountain in face those unbelievable. I'll put it on the list. Challenges are just doing some reading. I learned that you had a <music> extreme bad food. Sickness incident in you also ahead malaria <unk>. How did you get more area. I was was a bit ignorant. I went to at. I spent the summer two thousand eighteen traveling africa. I think i was there for somewhere around three months and know they always say you should take these malaria pills and the ones that always give me really bad nightmares <unk>. There's no way that i could have nightmares for three months straight and also pack that many pills i just didn't really could as much importance on it as i probably should house but i think that i was bit i got ravaged <unk> attacked by bugs dogs at night <hes> mosquitoes and some spider by it's on my face that made my face glow up like my lips were like three times four times. The size usually are in senegal started. Thinking <unk> started in senegal in then by the time i made it to average on in the ivory coast. <hes> i had to cancel my flights might clams and just lay in a hot bedroom. Some random hotel there into decided to head to the hospital and they speak french bear. They're only exclusively french couldn't find was soul of a person that sparking <unk> but found a taxi driver who kind of understood understood what i needed to be hospital. It was where within likes five minutes of walking in the hospital. They were like drawing my blood all of this and then they gave me a prescription for the dose for malaria is just three times the malaria medication that i usually take so it felt like i had the flu for like a week. Which is the area of the world really want to <unk> flu but i it went away relatively quickly. Apparently i'm more susceptible to getting it again now but we'll see lexi with you're by yourself or with others during the trip <hes> during the <unk> thankfully i was with my dad because if i they had been alone. I don't even know what i would have done. That would have been the worst travel nightmare ever and i do really love solo travel but i enjoy travel the most when i get to share it with people that i care about the most so i i had to try to talk my friends and family into coming with me <hes> as much as i could when you have that situation you know y- yup thankfully your dad was there for support but nonetheless you're in ivory coast. <hes> neither of you guys speak french in your sick. You're in pain discomfort art. Is this one of those points where you're wondering what you're doing. Why am i in this country. Kind of isolated alleviated in dealing with the sickness. I would never get back home in america what what's going on thought process wise of what's the whole all point of this journey yeah well. Those were definitely running through my head at that whole like month of my life in africa kind broke me in a lot of ways but i just have to remind myself that if you you can't have all of these <unk> experiences without having the bad ones too so i have always anticipated that there were going to be problems i was going to feel we'll uncomfortable in pain a lot along the way but all of that genuine discomfort is absolutely worth feeling because of what's on the other side of it very good attitude in that leads me to ask you what was the lowest of the low points. Was there a point where you said to yourself. Thought like okay this is i'm throwing in the towel. I'm just heading back home home. I've had enough in this was at the mall area situation. Was there something else but was there a real low point during your travels yeah i would say that the malaria was the start of lying low point of just <hes> you know traveling through central africa and not not having the money to go out and see the things that i really wanted to see <hes> just feeling doing <hes> just very aware of all of the situations happening around me that could have been any that are really sad in some of these these countries there is a lot of lot of poverty and <hes> just yet feeling very affected <unk> feeling affected by those kind of situations and being alone in a way from my home for so long mm destroyed a relationship or two along the way and yeah i would say that that was was the lowest point in coming home and and being alone again sitting in my room realizing that i still had so much more ahead of me was was one of those really defining moments where i knew that i have to finish what i started with <hes> with traveling every country i can't i. You can't just give up when it gets hard. That's great you pushed on and what was the biggest challenge so when you look back you did one hundred ninety five countries. What almost prevented you from fulfilling this journey. What was the thing that almost tell you back the most i would say just politics and it's the bureaucracy of obtaining pieces really really sucked a a lot of my soul out of my passion for for traveling just having to to worry about this paperwork erkin think about it every single day. Am i gonna get this visa soon. My flights coming up <unk> just so so stressful <hes> so logistically that was the most difficult part was just how much energy and time in focus it took plan dan traveling to every country especially in a somewhat short period of time. I didn't really have friends. I didn't have relationship asian ship. I didn't get to see my family. I sacrificed most of the things that spent all my money sacrificed so many anything <hes> along the way so that just the sacrifices were were hard but yeah the loneliness of course as well lexi when we spoke for the first episode you said your biggest challenge at that point was the money and whether it's yourself yourself for some of the other people like catchy coal. <hes> you know there's a ton of supporters that you've had i've read some of your social media comments and then of course there's there's the haters out there and one of the questions that comes up is young. You're eighteen or nineteen twenty or twenty one however you affording this is how are you able to do this. Yeah i get this question so many times every single day from almost every every person i mean one of their first questions today afford. It and i honestly don't have a very exciting answer for you. <hes> <unk> basically it boils down to a few very simple things <hes> working very hard prioritizing travel travel or whatever it is that you want the most over everything else in your life especially material possessions and <hes> you know smart saving and dan smart spending so putting in the work to research to make sure that you're not getting the best possible deal that you are which takes so much more time than just looking the first thing that you see. I also like great <unk>. I am lucky enough to come from a family family that works in the travel industry so i have grown up around a group of people that whose job job is to find the best deals in trouble us utilizing points miles was a huge part of how i <hes> i paid for all look my flights end some of my hotels and also starting to create content for social media and doing a influence or trips like in pakistan where you are providing service and product to a accompanies hotels whatever it may be in exchange for them them hosting you and bringing you to their country helped a lot along the way as well. Do you have a sense of what this question cost you. How much money to tell the would you ballpark. It set you book. I honestly don't have a very specific number. I would say <hes> out out of pocket for me. I don't think that this record was more expensive than getting a bachelor's degree from the you see in california. I don't have a very specific number though because a lot of it was a exchanges trading in announ quinton miles as well. Did you have a sense. Did you ever have a budget so we'll pick like central africa for an example apple. I mean were you on twenty bucks. A fifty bucks today. We budget driven at all. Doing some of these areas was central africa's vata example because you don't have options there really the flights are unbelievably expensive hotels as well because there isn't very many options actions so the providers have the market completely corner there <hes> in places like central america south america. I could get by ryan in less than thirty dollars a day. I think the cheapest i ever stated a hostel for was two dollars a night in guatemala. It's it's very much based on the region that you're in. I can usually get by on thirty dollars to fifty dollars a day most places in the world world except for maybe the middle east and africa did that two dollars at the hostel guatemala come with breakfast. I <music> no. I don't think it did came with bedbugs though okay well. At least you got one one statistic. I noted in. I have to ask you about this because i got exhausting reading the sentence. <hes> i noted in one twelve month period you visited. I believe leave ninety countries yeah so that was <hes> a bit of an exaggeration actually by <hes> the person person who wrote that article <hes> i transited through fully ninety countries i think including the layovers but i didn't actually visit that many countries in the year <hes> that was a lot of li- saved all over the country that i needed to go back to you had already been to for two thousand eighteen so there were countries like <hes> granada for example that i spent week or maybe more than that when i was with my family growing up at but i just didn't have the plane tickets. I didn't have any witnesses. Parents don't count not that. I had to go back to so on my way to surinam. I stayed there for a night to the evidence so that's including some of the the countries that had to backtrack in in. I also read. I'm curious to know if this is true you do. It says that you never get a local sim card. When traveling that is true. I have not gotten a local sim card before so this is mind-bending to me so even though i used to travel pre smartphone i mean i'm now addicted to.
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"But my my passport got me really fire but those are the only places where in american passport will not will oh not carry you. I hope to hear more about your return visit to both of those countries and lexi is is account for guinness world record does is an airport visit count in airport transfer. Only if you have a visa if that's necessary stamp out <hes> you can take some photos to prove that you're on the other side of immigration and can provide the witness statements as well so okay so stamp in in stamp in then that counts. You have to have this damps. Did you have any airport visit now lexi. You're lashed on counting in countries. You're at you're at one hundred forty countries. I want to go back in time two hundred forty two today angle over some of the highs and lows of the second part of your journey so what what were some of the best experiences <hes> for the last fifty five countries allah. I definitely have the opportunity to fall in love with some of the least visited countries in the world <hes> two countries stories that have absolutely claimed my heart since then our venezuela and pakistan and <hes> <unk> actually so for venezuela. I've not been on a been there. It's of course a list. I know you went to angel so that definitely caught my attention. That's on my bucket list. Venezuela lls country in civil unrest or failed state type category to challenge in place is the easy to visit. Is it easy to get a visa at this time. I would definitely not say that it is easy in any way <hes> i. I can't speak about the situation now. I haven't been following much about our what it's like to be a tourist in venezuela <unk> at this point but when i was applying i i applied. I was in two thousand eighteen and i got my abuser rejected. I think because that was during the time of the elections and they didn't want to have any north americans in the country. That's just a speculation tation from loan the someone working at the embassy <hes> felt very discouraged found a different fixer <hes> applied again a few months later and got it approved and flew down to crack s and end. I made it to a portal or dies. Which is where you take a smaller flight to academia. Which is the in the town based around where you launch on your journey to angel falls the any any security issues for you it. Did it sounds like you didn't spend too much time in caracas but when you got to the <hes> pushing off point for angel falls sir i mean we're seeing this stuff in the media in other words whereas they're starving people on the street where people mugging other people in front of you now also wednesday got to kanaya. There were absolutely no tourists. I we took a ah boat for like five hours. Ours is something out to the point where you can out. There is not a soul was was around you had the entire place to ourselves was was crazy because the tour guide was telling us that just a few years ago there would be like a few hundred people camping at the at the base in doing the hike and went to the hike swimming pools at the base of angel falls and it was absolutely surreal looking at one of the most beautiful points on the planet and having completely to yourself <hes> that was definitely one of the most incredible moments of my life and when nine returned to porto or dawes from kanaya i got picked up by some some friends like a friend of a friend that had been teaching english down there and let sharia and he drove us from puerto dazs bacteria. We did some island hopping off the coast and then he wanted to drive me back to cross and i was very hesitant agent towards that i had been warned just not to not to drives in venezuela's especially not drive to crack is like have you. We've had the negative comments. All you're gonna get kidnapped or you're gonna die. That's dangerous. There are people are gonna see that your your foreigner in rob you and all all of these horrible things but my friend had been living there for four years and was confident that you know it's fine. There's a lot of security checks might get hassled a little bit at the checkpoints. It's but nothing bad will happen so <hes> we we did the drive back to crockett and it was beautiful. We had amazing street food on the side of the road. Everybody was friendly friendly really excited to see a foreigner had one jecklin got stopped checkpoint one time they look through our bags in let us go there. Were we're no problems. I actually went also dancing in caracas one night and that was amazing as well. I felt very safe. The whole time the only the only situation that i thought was was bizarre in that could give you some insight into the situation there is that crack is is a very metropolitan city and i and the power would go out for hours during the day at night and that was just a glimpse into how dysfunctional it can be it into fall up on that any issues like you know getting buying food ordering food or how did that work well. <hes> the venezuelans. I was with a group of young venezuelan people. Maybe like early twenties unease and they were just saying that nobody uses cash there <hes> because the cash is obviously very very big denominations nations you carry around like stacks of money. We got some currency changed. Some like sketchy money dealer at the airport pulled like a pound of money out of a bag which was also pretty funny but <hes> everyone uses a uses cards and like money transfer online line to avoid <hes> having having those problems but this they've definitely figured it out. It's i don't think it's as inconvenient as they make it out to see him in the news lexi. How do you pull off a trip like this meaning. This isn't going to paris whether seven seven million reviews on trip advisor. How do you plan in figaro. A trip <unk> getting to angel falls when from tencent purposes. No one is doing it anymore yeah well. It's it's definitely a very difficult thing in my confidence really improved when i started traveling willing to more strange countries like going yemen with <hes> with gunnar garforth was my first real experience like in a country that is dysfunctional and really odd and you need to know you're doing and how to get there to make that happen yourself but for for me the biggest thing that has helped me get from <unk> to all of these really obscure destinations is networking so i really believe that your network is your net worth and that you can get to wherever are you want to go just by by talking to people who have also experienced it even if they're just strangers or something that you found on the internet i used used a lot of a lot of help from my friends that were also travelling to every country <hes> finding people in the otas physical every passport stamped group just finding all of these niche groups of people. I have had that experience there because usually they're really we helpful with giving recommendations giving you contacts for fixers in guides in tours and all of that so it really came down to to finding the people that that will tell you exactly what you need to do it. Can you give us her share with us. In actual example so in other words i'm curious who were you able able to reach out to to figure out how to get to angel falls others others that drip come to fruition all right well when i ah was in africa before i started talking to now in my best friends might corey from. I found his instagram <hes> <hes> page and started talking to him about i. I really wanna go change a falls like my bucket list stuff and he's he's like all i have a friend in venezuela that teaches english. Maybe i should talk to him and then his friend in venezuela newell fixer that does a tour company in then i got both their numbers was communicating through voice messages on what's app and i got the number of the fixer in the fixture told me now you gotta do this in this will help you with your visa <unk>. It just kind of all comes together and it's been like that exact situation for so many countries honestly just finding the people on the internet who are interested in what you're doing. <hes> might even wanna do with you <hes> yeah. It's crazy like you're you're only a few degrees of separation away from anyone that you would ever want to meet is my agree a few degrees from everybody in the entire world and you're referencing mike corey who's a youtuber you can check out his channel fearless fearless and far which is pretty cool. Let's take unique unique out there content. I've ever seen and let's pivot. Give it over to pakistan. I will hopefully be there in a month or two. My visa comes to fruition so are some of your pictures there. What like you had a great rick trip. Give us an idea of what your ternary was. What did you do there pakistan. It was an absolute dream. Come true so pakistan was probably probably the most difficult visa that i had to get just because some reason it took six months to in person in interviews for visits to the consulate in person so many phone calls so many emails three different fixtures. It was is just so difficult in there. I have some speculation of maybe why that took so long but i ended up finding again through a the friend mike a company called c._p._i._c. who were looking to do an influence their promotional trip for <hes> for northern pakistan so this is a private company completely private funded that takes influences influencers from around the world brings them to pakistan to create content to show the real pakistan. The name of the project was called changing perceptions so we traveled for ten days from islamabad all the way up into the north and <hes> saw like hudson valley and all the beautiful mountains in gotcha really experienced the culture also also with <hes> a few pakistani influencers as well so some somewhat local people with us and it was just sash incredible incredible experienced be with so many creative people and <hes> really just doing our best to capture what this really misunderstood austin country is really liked to be there so for those nod in the know would is pakistan really like well. Pakistan does not have a very developed tourism section. I know the government is starting to realize how much power there is an positive tourism and being positively represented in the media but so because of this lack of tourism mm-hmm the locals haven't been jaded to tourists in the way that they are in greece or italy or somewhere aware just flocks of tourists combinator behave disrespectfully in a trash they land and all of this so the people were really what made pakistan so special for me was just how incredibly welcomed i felt especially as a woman i could would walk down the street. I didn't have to have my my hair covered or anything just of course dressing modestly <hes> but everyone was so excited to take a photo with you. They wanted to take photos with you themselves. <hes> the biggest smile some of the biggest smiles i've ever seen in the whole world are in pakistan pat's so excited to show their food culture with you and is just absolutely ideal travel experience experience. I couldn't recommend pakistan more. You've got me excited for mind of coming and you also have me scared that my visa's gonna take six months. I'm going to be doing some of the same <unk> traveling to some of the same areas as you. I think you're referring to the the karakoram highway area from perspective of someone who's been there. What's one of the most beautiful things i'm going to see up their best experiences which brings <unk> have well. It's up in like that. Hyundai at caricom region cara combs as well as himalayas are are some of the tallest mountains in the world and they're all. I think there's something lake butcher this stat but it's like sixty out worlds hundred tallest mountains in pakistan something like that crazy statistic <hes> i went to i hiked to the place called fairy meadows which is at near the base of <hes> nanga parbat which is also known as the killer mountain. <hes> ferry meadows was lived up to its name. It's rounded by these beautiful snowy peaks. There's snow oh melt lakes with reflections of the trees in it's just this beautiful alpine region and also after too bad lake which is a elect formed accidentally but it's also just this beautiful turquoise turquoise lake surrounded by mountains and in your mountain lover like i am an photographer. It's such an amazing place to be very very <hes>..
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"I also have a brief discussion with chris duncan. He's a product manager for africa for g adventures check out the link to see some of their trips and let's listen into my conversation with chris before we hear from from lexi chris a warm welcome back to counting countries. I know the audience knows you but please introduce yourself again. Yes <hes> my name's chris duncan. I am from south africa but i live in toronto canada now. I've worked for the adventures as a guide or as we call it cer newark there for three years as a guide <hes> in southern in east africa and i've been the product manager africa at head office toronto for royal's and little something about me. I love to trail run and i use that as a mechanism days to travel and see new places and undo runs a beautiful spots around the world a unique mechanism for tourism. I like it so chris. There's been a i think increased awareness us in terms of how to interact with animals how to treat them. I live part time in thailand and i mean there's two things i can point to quite readily. There's a big movement moving away from riding elephants because it's you know the training to get these elephants ready for tourists pretty cruel. The second big example that you can point to in thailand is a place known as tiger temple which i believe is now finally been shut down but this was a place where you could sit in pat and walk <hes> wive grown tigers. I know g is on the forefront of this. What jeff venture some of their guidelines on interacting with animals with are some best practices when i am traveling yes i we adopted wanted a new animal welfare policy a few years ago which was developed by the association of british travel agents abt a._b._t. A. m. which was which was in conjunction with the bone free foundation saw alfie policies also being endorsed by dr jane goodall <hes> which which is really great endorsement to have ama- something which we very proud of <hes>. We have a few tips. Would you like to give people in travelling. <hes> the one is to uh-huh <unk> businesses that might have wild animals as pets in this might be at a hotel or restaurants <hes> done pay money to go and supposed to get a picture taken with an animal which is meant to live in the wild done to feed animals touch wild animals obviously along with that. I'm yours wanna maintain a safe distance from wild animals while the animal socks unpredictable by nature so you don't want to get to them and you don't. I wanna be picking up on animals. No matter how small they are <hes> annoncee obeying these subsidies we rather suggests that us support <hes> sanctuaries that law animals to run free on they need the entrance fees and the visitors to support the work that during some some great advice. They're just thinking when you're speaking. I did a visit to the independent de facto country of abkhazia recently and and i was driving around with the driver he only spoke russian so our conversations were very limited and he made the random stop. After visiting a monastery it was literally at a guy's house on the street a ghetto and he opens up the gate to the house in the front yard. He had chained three three bears with short chains. They sought thin and the bears look so depressed it was it was pretty tragic hydric sal. I tried to explain to my driver in russian that you know i'm not supporting this in. We gotta leave because it was just it was just kind of depressing experience experience yeah. That's the thing we <hes> we work very closely with all of our ceos around the world for them because you know this isn't sometimes it's quite a new thing <hes> globally that young people moving away from the people who worked as guides for the companies worked even as gods full g n._f._l. For g._e. In the post on where we used to maybe visit these places but now's just changing that perception to move away from those types things and get the understanding behind on why we don't want to buy <unk> okay. Let's talk about something a little bit more positive and uplifting as an african share with me one of of your favorite special experiences on the continent ma'am there. There's so many unfortunate today would say this many <hes>. I'd say you know wherever you travel around the will. Oftentimes you get to a place in reminds you of another place where or time when you saw something or felt something similar and the one thing i feel africa really has which is which is really unique is the wildlife and <hes> some of the my most list memorable wildlife experiences have been that i've had in namibia is just the first time you drive into the country or the first time out on the rudge and you spot your first zebra or ostrich or a spoke or whatever it might be on the side of the road is just something like it's just it's really early special <unk>. You can't take it away that feeling when you see something for the first time after the second that i was in in namibia area last year and i stayed at the lodge at toshio national park and this lodge was centered on a giant bryant watering hole and it was it's one of those experiences you simply. Don't forget <hes> everybody gathered around this watering hole in the evening at sunset and watching the animals come up there in that way was truly memorable. <hes> maybe as awesome offers so much what l. st like about that country. Yeah thank one of my <hes>. My favorite parts about the country is just the scenery. It's just it's a land end of <unk>. Horizons amid site unique there. It's a lot a desert site. It's hard to explain to people what makes it so beautiful <hes> but it's just i the feeling that you get the it's the sense of solitude in many places. I'm just because it's so fast and the population is so small. There's so much space around rob but my one of my favorite experiences there is visiting the dunes near <unk> yet you can climb the famous june forty five potentially and she got watch the sunrise or the sunset from there you can hike into the stunning deflate which is this watt <hes> dried up mosh a- surrounded surrounded by these massive sand dunes in one of those big sand dunes. It's actually called big daddy. It's about three hundred twenty five meters high and it's wonderful high standards in the world i how would she got attention to try and climb if you onto that the scenery the landscapes are stunningly surreal there another fantastic stick police. <hes> somewhat in the neighborhood is a victoria falls touch on getting to see that yes victoria falls awesome. It's really great. It's some considerate may be the the adrenaline capital of the southern africa. There's so much to do they <hes> you can spend spend many days and many dollars in victoria falls <hes> the the full themselves <unk> taking <hes> yeah. It's it's the at expense of rock which covers the border between zimbabwean zambia <hes> and depending on the time of the year that you visit there can really be very different. I am it's at times when the level really high you will you encierro. Here's a stink <unk> completely drenched by the spray and when you come in another time of year where the way the one level is down and you just see these big slabs of rock and you have the opportunity <unk> <hes> what they call the gables fool which ages little section of what's that right up against the age of the full set really is just spectacular at any time of the chris. Thanks for joining being me again. Everybody check out the winch to g venture so he can check this trip and others. Thanks chris for your time. In all my listener you can support counting countries through booking your trip through my link to g adventures lexi offered became the youngest person to travel to to every country in the world completing the goal as a twenty one year old. She'll soon be applying to earn the guinness world record for youngest as she gathered <unk> over ten thousand plus documents during our conversation lexi share some of the highlights of her journey to pakistan to venezuela and shares some of her frustrations during her technical visit to syria and north korea. I encourage you to subscribe wherever wherever you listen apple podcast google play stitcher spotify writer review keep the podcast going but for now here's my conversation with alexi who is in the city of angels while i was in the windy city. Please listen in and enjoy welcome back lexi. This is your second appearance on counting countries in. I'm hoping you can re introduce yourself yeah. I'm happy to be back. Acme name is lexi. I'm american twenty one years old and i recently broke the guinness world record for the youngest person to travel aval to every country. I'm passionate about storytelling and sharing the world with other people and that that is why it did want to speak to you again today so congratulations pretty cool on being the youngest person to travel to every country in the world and i guess you've probably heard this question a number of times but how does it feel in in a word at just i feel so much relief. This has been a project project that i have been focused on so intensely for about two and a half years now and the idea that it's finally starting to come to a close is so satisfying k. while ball done. I've been watching your journey since we'd been <hes> since we spoke in lashed don counting country so excited that you're able to accomplish that and let's dot some avar is and cross our t.'s so i know there's a lot of documentation in for guinness world record. I mean is it officials. The guinness world record official at this point or the reviewing paperwork. Where do we stand on that. Yes so at the time of this recording. It's july sixteenth twenty nineteen. I have officially finished the travel portion of guinness world record and i'm now diving into the nearly ten thousand pages of evidence that i will be needing to submit for againist. I did a little bit of procrastination so i have some catching up to do with my evidence. I am hopefully going to be submitting sometime in the next two to three weeks and i'm really excited for it to be officially completed. I know that my audience audience and people are very eager to see it. See it officially recognized. We definitely wanna see official in the books. Let's talk about the challenges as you said ten thousand documents to me that sounds daunting at the very least so give us a quick overview of what type of documents you're collecting electing while this is the source of all of mines -iety so i right now i just spent the past week making what are called content statements eight minutes for each of my country's so i'm writing down what flight or bus or train i entered the country in <hes> what they did while i was there where i stayed who i was with <hes> including the photos passport stamps videos and how i exited the country so doing inada hundred ninety five times a lot so and i mean again challenging challenging task anything specifically typically when you mentioned all those different records is one area more challenging than the other is one part easier or is it all equally equally difficult. It's all difficult to <hes> the passport. Stamps are always a challenge because sometimes the immigration officers didn't have enough ink on their understand to be able to read the day in the name of the country <hes> getting together. Some of the witness statements that i didn't get while i was is in the countries are having to recontact a lot of the people i met along the way asking them to fill out these witness statements and one one of the hardest parts is putting it all in chronological order so i started traveling when i like before i can remember with my family and where i can draw the line where mike guinness applications starts is basically just whenever i have enough evidence wants to prove that i was there..
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"lexi" Discussed on Channel 955
"All right what was it that you saw lexi well we were hooking up and hanging out and it was all fine and then all of a sudden he took out his gun i didn't even realize he had a gun on him and when i asked him about it he got all excited and he wanted to show me all of this other guns pulled out a rifle and a shotgun and a pistol and it was just so overwhelming for a first date and i mean where did he have all of his weapons a cabinet or protective what do you have i mean he had them in a cabinet he seemed very responsible about it but it was just it was very aggressive there was a lot of just a lot of guns guns make you nervous well i mean my family has gotten my father is a big hunter so i understand the importance of guns gun safety and how how enjoyable hunting can be so i understand but it was just a lot for the first this seem a little bit more than hunting are you asking me i i mean it's just a normal collection twelve gauge shotgun long range rifles pistols signed millimeter forty tile are you three fifty seven good collection against arsenal lexi necessarily one hundred or.
"lexi" Discussed on Channel 955
"Hello no no no lexi hears and sees everything alexa where am i keys try under the couch also knows how to play channel nine five five on iheartradio.