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Fresh update on "linda" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "linda" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"What would you like people, especially in the United States to know about you as a team? I hope people watching can see, wow, these guys are really giving everything for each other for this country. You can see all the individual talent. But without the brotherhood and without this family aspect, we wouldn't be in this position. President Biden signed a rail deal on Friday averting an economic catastrophe. And he says Americans are working and the economy is growing. CBS Meg Oliver reports. With the right thing to do at the moment. To save jobs, to protect millions of working families from harm and disruption, and to keep supply chains stable around the holidays. The deal to avert a rail strike coincided with a holiday surprise, a better than expected jobs report. Just about everybody who wants a job has one. Employers defying high inflation and interest rate hikes, adding tens of thousands of jobs more than economists predicted the unemployment rate holding steady. Hate speech on Twitter is up under the leadership of Elon Musk. The newspaper quotes findings that say, for example, slurs against gay men rose from roughly 2500 times a day on average to nearly 4000. CNET's Ian sure says Elon Musk simply had to act. He's been forced to deal with the reality that some of the stuff can actually lead to people being hurt. Most recently, Twitter suspended the account of the rapper formerly known as Kanye West. After he tweeted a picture of a swastika merge with the star of David, Elon Musk tweeted, I tried my best, despite that, he again violated a rule against incitement to violence. Linda kenyon, CBS News. CBS Nicole di Antonio tells us a lot of people already voted in the runoff election between Herschel Walker and senator Raphael Warnock. Early voting in Georgia hit a record high ahead of Tuesday's Senate runoff election. Georgia election officials say more than a million people have already cast ballots. Outpacing turnout for runoff contests in 2016 and 2018. Some waiting more than two hours democracy is at stake. Flu cases continue to rise throughout the United States, 44 states reported high or very high flu activity last week, according to the CDC. This is

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#2-05 You Have Heard It Said But I Say, part 2 - burst 5

Jesus Stories

00:59 min | 5 d ago

#2-05 You Have Heard It Said But I Say, part 2 - burst 5

"In any time. He says, here's another old saying that deserves a second look. I for I, tooth for tooth. Is that going to get us anywhere? Here's what I propose. Don't hit back at all. If someone strikes you, stand there and take it. Then he goes on beyond that. If someone sues you, give him what he wants, and more. And he uses the example of a Roman soldier who legally demands that you carry his gear for a mile. Jesus says that when that happens, go two miles. That's where we get the expression about going the extra mile. Then he closes this section by saying, give to those who ask, and don't turn away from those who want to borrow. In other words, when someone attacks you and your honor, asks more of you than they should or begs from you when that happens don't strike back. Give and give

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A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:19 min | Last week

A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight

"Michael viner was the owner of dove publishing. He had a number of decent books that came out in the 90s, the most famous one was you'll never make love in this town again. And when I was dating Jermaine Jackson's ex-wife, Margaret Maldonado. She was working for him at the time, but for Michael viner. And one day she sneaked me in early copy of this salacious book, and no one had seen it yet, Margaret got the proofs and begged me not to show or tell anyone about it. I said, no, no, I won't. I'm not going to write about it. I just want to read it myself, okay? So I go back to the hotel or wherever I was and start reading this book and the proofs and maybe two years ago, I read a couple of the more filthy chapters on this show. The book contains a bunch of stories written by three prostitutes and one actress about this sexual encounters with a bunch of different Hollywood celebrities. There was a Robin and Liza grier, Linda Hammond, and Alexandra daddy. And inside are all these lurid tales of what these girls discovered while having sex with the likes of Nicholson Warren Beatty, Don Henley, Bruce Willis, Robert Evans, John Claude Van Damme, Mickey Rourke, on and on. And a very, very detailed stories. Whether they're all true or not, I don't know. It's just the horrors point of view. So my jaw was on the floor when I started reading this. A couple of days later, I'm at Evans house for one of his great get togethers. Robert Shapiro, Geraldo Rivera, Jacqueline bessette, Beverly Johnson, Neil sedaka, a lot of luminaries in addition to the dynamic to all of Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty, who are always at Evans house back in the 90s, and now I have all this information inside me bursting out and I don't know that Jack Warren and bob know about this. And then my eyes couldn't believe what I was seeing. The publisher Michael Weiner walks into the party. And he lived a few doors down from heaven, so it kind of made sense, but I know all this information from the book he published and I grabbed Margaret and I go, what the fuck is he doing here? She's like, what's the big deal? I go, he's publishing a book about what a few hookers have to say about a few of the men at this party. But balls on this guy,

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UN Security council condemns North Korea’s latest missile test

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

UN Security council condemns North Korea’s latest missile test

"There's division at the United Nations over North Korea's latest missile testing. I Norman hall, the U.S. and its allies are strongly condemning North Korea's latest intercontinental ballistic missile tests and call for actions to limit its nuclear and missile programs, speaking at an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council, U.S. ambassador Linda Thomas Greenville said the Biden administration will be circulating a proposed presidential statement which would condemn North Korea for what she called unlawful ballistic missile launches and other dangerous and destabilizing activity.

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Mike Lindell and Eric Discuss Trump's Potential Big Announcement

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Mike Lindell and Eric Discuss Trump's Potential Big Announcement

"One of the things that gives me hope, frankly, is that next Tuesday, down at Mar-a-Lago, you'll probably be there. I don't know if I will be able to get an invitation, but president Trump will be announcing it seems to me he'll be announcing that he is running again in 2024. That is going to get a lot of people excited. There's just no way around it. That's something that I think people I just heard him, I was in Pennsylvania at the rally with Doug must Rihanna. And he really, he just knows how to give hope when he's speaking on the stump like that. It's just kind of amazing. So I'm personally just excited about that, that he's going to be out there. Right. You know what? And we don't know what his announcement is. We were praying that is the announcement. But I will say this to, you know, you think back the rally she did like you were at Eric. Do you remember let's go back in time, ready? Wow, you got to watch those rallies on Fox News. Now I want everyone to think about this. You know, why doesn't Fox air these anymore? It's a, you know, it would be millions of people watching, you know, you got to ask yourself that. So I'm just saying that do they not want people to hear hope? I don't know. You decide for yourself. But I want to say, before I go, I want to tell people when we speak of hope, we have a terrible thing that happened in our country where people can't hear the hope, and that combined with open borders and fentanyl rolling across into our country and people have turned to addiction, which I know it's like Russian roulette, whether you're going to die or not. And I want to tell everyone by Linda recovery network dot org is free. Get people there. You know, it's free. You can't beat free. And they know I was an exotic, and they'll actually go there. I talk to people all the time, Eric, and they go, wow, I went there myself and it gave me hope in, you know, and inspired and inspiration. And so I just try to encourage people. If you're not getting the message out of hope, you know, you've got to tell other people that there is hope out there with our country. We're going, we are going to get our country back and get it's going to be better, safer and more great again.

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N. Korea fires more missiles as US flies bombers over South

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

N. Korea fires more missiles as US flies bombers over South

"North Korea has launched more ballistic missiles into the sea as the United States sent two supersonic bombers over South Korea as tensions rise in the region South Korean authorities have confirmed four North Korean short-range missiles flew about 80 miles towards their western sea the north has tested more than 30 missiles in one week alone including a recent intercontinental ballistic missile that triggered evacuation alerts in Japan the Norse recent barrage of missiles has met with strong condemnation from South Korea's permanent representative to the United Nations There should have been no excuses for the DPRK's recent unlawful provocation The United States ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas Greenfield blamed Russia and China for protecting North Korea You don't get to abandon Security Council responsibilities because the DPRK might sell you weapons to

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Caller: Why Are People Not Working?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:47 sec | Last month

Caller: Why Are People Not Working?

"Hey Linda, pity me that I watched 15 minutes of that miserable committee hearing yesterday, huh? No, I don't watch the January 6th committee at all. I don't blame you. You shouldn't. You shouldn't. It's a joke. And it's a disgrace. Yes. And I've got to understand why people are watching it, but also why are people not working? Where are people not working? I understand there's a lot of retired people. There's people that are out of jobs and things like that. But I don't understand. Where do you have the time? Well, but the point of the hearing Linda isn't for people to watch it is for the media to cover it and then give us hours and hours of media coverage condemning president Trump and Trump supporters. That's all it's about.

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Mike Lindell: People Are Looking for Hope Right Now

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | Last month

Mike Lindell: People Are Looking for Hope Right Now

"And Mike, you represent a spirit that we need right now. I'm noticing from my listeners all over the country. There's a bit of a malaise people are scared. They're apprehensive. We're wary. We're weary. We're tired. We don't know what's going to happen up is portrayed as down good as portrayed as evil, evil, is conveyed as good. Nobody knows that better than you do. I mean, you've been through it and continually, and yet everybody who knows you and I'm one of them, I'm just, I'm blown away by how you never lose your optimism, your patriotism, your love of America, you're a great example to millions of us Mike about how you got to keep pushing through. Absolutely. You know, people are looking for hope right now. And it's just like, Mike, you know me a long time. In my life, you know, I come from a past of addiction crack cocaine and so on and but I look back and I say, wow, all of these things had to happen to get to where I'm at to where I was saved. And I'm going to tell everybody with our country, we're going to get to a great place way out in the future here, but we're going to look back and say, it was all in God's time. It all had to happen. Just the way it did. Even the bad stuff because people, people don't look for hope. They don't look for that when things are going great. And there's a lot of people out there that, you know, they're going things aren't going so good right now. And I encourage everyone. I'm going to do one plug for my Linda recovery network dot org that is free if you're out there and you're an addiction if it's free I set that platform up a long time ago to help help people in the nice thing about the platform is that it's not only free, but the bonus is the bonus is getting off addiction that the big win is getting to Jesus.

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Realestate Sector to See Job Cuts

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:58 sec | Last month

Realestate Sector to See Job Cuts

"Mortgage brokers and appraisers across the United States are bracing for widespread job cuts. His home sales plummet, amid rising interest rates. For those who work in and around the housing market, the effective aggressive move by the Federal Reserve had been swift and severe. It went from feast to famine and everybody buying to turtles low. Said Linda McCoy, president of the national association of mortgage brokers. Realtors, mortgage brokers, appraisers and construction groups say they have left they have lost as much as 80% of their revenue since the fed started raising rates in March. Rates for a 30 year fixed issued mortgage at 6.66% and nearly doubled since then, now at their highest level since 2008. Home sales quickly plunged. Now, that doesn't mean you lost money. And I'll tell you later why you want to continue to buy the house and get into it now. But it just tells you that we are in a recession and the president doesn't know it.

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NKorea fires 2 missiles toward sea as US redeploys carrier

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

NKorea fires 2 missiles toward sea as US redeploys carrier

"Officials have updated the number of missiles fired by North Korea North Korea has launched two ballistic missiles towards its eastern waters Meanwhile the United States has redeployed one of its aircraft carriers near the Korean Peninsula in response to the north's recent launch of a powerful missile over Japan The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas Greenfield says these numerous launches are unlawful These launches violate multiple Security Council resolutions and pose a threat to not only the region but to the entire international community South Korea says the recent launches were made 22 minutes apart South Korea has boosted its surveillance posture and maintains a readiness in close coordination with the United States and Japan's prime minister says the recent missile launches are absolutely intolerable I'm Lisa dwyer

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Putin illegally annexes 4 regions in Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Putin illegally annexes 4 regions in Ukraine

"Russia has vetoed United Nations resolution calling its Ukraine annexation referendums illegal I Norman hall the measure would have condemned Russia's referendums in four Ukrainian regions as illegal declared them invalid and urged all countries not to recognize any annexations of the territory claimed by Moscow The resolution would have also demanded an immediate halt at Russia's invasion and immediate unconditional withdrawal from Ukraine The vote in the 15 member Security Council was ten to one with China India Brazil and Gabon abstaining U.S. ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield had said before the vote that in the event of a Russian veto the resolution would be taken to the 193 member General Assembly where there are no vetoes

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Ukraine's president: No talks with Putin if its land annexed

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Ukraine's president: No talks with Putin if its land annexed

"The United Nations Security Council holds an emergency meeting following Russia's announcement of the results of its referenda held in parts of Ukraine under its control In a video address to members of the UN Security Council Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky called for global sanctions on Russia for sham referendums and attempts to annex parts of his country After the meeting U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas Greenfield announced a joint resolution with Albania condemning the votes and demanding Russia withdraw its troops from Ukraine She also warned Vladimir Putin's government Let me be clear if Russia uses its veto to shield itself from accountability we will then look to the UN General Assembly to send an unmistakable message to Moscow The resolution could be before the Security Council later this week or early next I'm Tim McGuire

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EXPLAINER: What to know about the UN General Assembly

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

EXPLAINER: What to know about the UN General Assembly

"For the first time in three years the United Nations General Assembly gets underway in person in New York this week No more pre recorded addresses or hybrid meetings because of the pandemic instead the UNGA will include speeches for most of the world's leaders including President Biden U.S. ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas Greenfield says the administration has three priorities global food insecurity the UN charter and global health As COVID-19 reminded us global health threats do not respect borders We must tackle COVID-19 monkeypox and other outbreaks And we must do it together Speeches from the scores of attending leaders begin Tuesday and the U.S. president representing the host country traditionally speaks second But Biden will be at the queen's funeral and his speech has been delayed until Wednesday Julie Walker New York

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AJ's First Brushes With Reporter John Miller

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:31 min | 2 months ago

AJ's First Brushes With Reporter John Miller

"Thing, guys. If I sound really high on John Miller, it's for good reason. And I want to tell you a story about my, you know, brushing paths with him. Crossing paths with him, brushing shoulders with him, I always looked up to John Miller because of what a Ruth ruthless reporter he was. He was just fearless. And back in the day, as I was still writing sports, but I began to dabble in gossip. I was spending one day a week at with Linda Stacey, the editor of the gossip column at New York newsday called hot copy, actually that was called inside New York. It became high copy when I got there, but it was inside New York. And I used to go every Friday, I'd work at New York newsday in Manhattan, every Friday. And then I'd work, you know, when work was through what I'd stick around and in the city all night and hit the clubs at the restaurant, just get to know the lay of the land and the people who run the nightlife. I'll never forget those experiences. They were tremendous. I learned everything. I met people who got me indoors. I could never have gotten in before. I ended up meeting women that I dated that became great sources and dead different lines of work. I just threw myself out there. And it was really, it was really pertinent to my career going forward. So Miller was a guy I ran into quite a bit. He was already marked to be a star when he was a terrific reporter for WNBC. And later at television, ABC and CBS, and a few years earlier, I remember being mesmerized because I'd watch Miller continually ambush the mafia Don John Gotti. He would ambush him with a camera crew while Ghani was walking along the street with a few of his men, was usually a Little Italy down on mulberry street, where John Gotti had his ravenite social club, and in order to avoid being bumped, Gotti and his underboss, Sammy the bull gravano, and other people would walk around the block, put their hands covering their mouths just like you saw in the movie Goodfellas. I actually casino. And they would discuss business.

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Free College Isn't for Everybody

The Officer Tatum Show

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Free College Isn't for Everybody

"So wait a minute, you're telling me that I should not pay for my own stuff? I shouldn't use my own money. I should go into debt with the government and hope that the government somehow finds money out of thin air and forgive me of my debt that I would, you know, it just makes no sense. There's so many people. What about the people who paid off the debt? When they were struggling, they had to skip out on meals, they couldn't get a brand new car like they wanted to, they had to live with their parents longer than they wanted to because they were paying their debts off. And they went 15 years paying these student loan debts. And they finally got it paid off because they were diligent. And now you just giving away for free. I just don't understand. I mean, I do understand, but these people are ignorant and they're destroying America.

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The Politics of Activism

The Officer Tatum Show

01:24 min | 3 months ago

The Politics of Activism

"So just talk to us about the wave of conservatism over the liberals and the school board and other aspects of these Florida elections that have gone on. Yeah, thank you so much for having today. I don't know, I don't think a lot of people know this, but you were a huge inspiration to me when I wanted to get involved in politics. You and Anna paulina, so to just kind of see how you guys have grown in the past year has been amazing. And I think my number one pointer to people why we've been doing so much work is local activism. So we're very focused on the president, presidential elections, the state governor, and that all matter. But when it comes down to your commissioners, your school board members, not a lot of people care about that. There's not a huge voter turnout for primaries, even here in Miami dade. The total number, the turnout was only 18%. So what happened was last year during the lockdowns when everything was going on with the masks. Our school and all of these COVID restrictions of some businesses, we, as a community here in Miami dade, we decided to get activated and we said, okay, if you guys want to masticate, we're going to be protesting outside of the schoolwork. We're going to be showing up, you're going to hear our voices and you're going to feel our present. And that's what really started the whole Google work parent revolution.

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The Truth About Black America

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | 3 months ago

The Truth About Black America

"Don't get offended. Don't get upset with me. Don't kill the messenger. Just listen to what I'm saying. I am incredibly disappointed at what happened to black America. I am shocked and see the problem is is that people don't understand what happened to black America because you don't know the history. People have not given a clear, fair evaluation or articulation of the history of black America. When you go back to the 20s and the 30s, you see so much prosperity in the black communities. Where, when black people would be in their community, it would not be Indian people, Chinese people owning hair places. Black people owned everything in their community. The schools were taught by black teachers, the bus companies were black owned. The person that shining your shoes was a black owned entrepreneur that came from nothing. The black communities were thriving when men were having children. They were married to the women they were having children with. It was an honor. It was an honor to go to church and worship God. And have a Christian family. And I believe we did not have as many people out here, reaching for the government, hoping that the government become their God or the government can somehow become their fathers. Their husbands, we did not have that.

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Is Failure the Future of Black Education?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Is Failure the Future of Black Education?

"This ain't the white man that's got your kids scores like this. You know what I mean? Black people live in D.C.. You know what I mean? Black leaders are in charge in D.C.. Do you know some of these all black schools are primarily black schools, they have minority teachers? It's because they keep creating more fallacies to get you emotionally driven and is killing you. Instead of holding kids accountable and saying you need to be in class on time, you need to push yourself to make better grades. These people believe that reading math, arithmetic, you pursuing excellence in class, pulling your pants up, having good behavior, is white supremacy. I can't. I don't know how we got to this point. And it's sad, it's saddening to me that black people are failing all of these numbers. Black youth. This is the future of America. For black people,

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Barbara Mandrell returns to the Opry for 50th anniversary

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Barbara Mandrell returns to the Opry for 50th anniversary

"Musician Barbara Mandrell has made a rare public appearance to mark her 50th anniversary as a member of the grand Ole opry in Nashville on Saturday I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Kerry Underwood was one of the musicians paying tribute to Barbara Mandrell at the grand Ole opry others were Linda Davis CC winans and Susie bagus Mandrell joined the opry in 1972 when she was 23 She has not played music or sung in public except for church since she retired in 1997 Mandrell says it was great to return to the opry It's family And I'm big on family I think that's obvious By the wonderful family that I have So I just feel at home I feel comfortable

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"linda" Discussed on The Blockchain Show

The Blockchain Show

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"linda" Discussed on The Blockchain Show

"The blockchain show is a podcast that demystifies cryptocurrencies and distributed ledger technology. Hello, welcome back. It's a great pleasure to welcome our guest today. Linda Lou, the head of ecosystem at oasis, Linda, welcome to the blockchain show. Thank you so much for truly to be honored to be by the year. Thank you so much. Oh, you're welcome to my pleasure. Kind of like to learn a little bit about you since it's your first time on the show. So if you wouldn't mind telling us a little bit about your background and how you got involved with blockchain. Absolutely. How do everyone and Linda and how do ecosystem oasis? And that being with a team for two years and a half now. I manage the cross functional teams, a product, community, marketing, and business development. And quite a journey, learn a lot, and continue to have deep learning curve at where I am now, and my background is before oasis, I was investor. So I work in capital markets. Along with equity fund and hedge fund for about 5 years. And then pivoted to other stage BC, is actually in D.C., RSH VC, I think it was around second half 17. Coin standing, that's also when the blockchain industry is really start to start booming. And that's how I get high mass of the exposed to the industry. I just start to see a lot of deals coming to my desk. Like those blockchain crypto deals and those just deals with the stress they differ from the traditional acronym. And it was the first time back in class 17 I heard the war tokenomics. That one was not necessarily very familiar to me before that. And yeah, and just I think through just all these very interesting interactions with founders. Back into my 17 and 2018, that's really kind of like just push me to just continue to study big more into the industry.

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"linda" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"linda" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Yeah, and religious, it sounds more like the action of demons or dementors or something like that. Right. And by the way, to me, much more interesting than the previous 90 minutes. Yeah. Maybe focus more of your talk here instead of how many fingers. They're trying to take me off the stage. I'm gonna say things that will make you want to hear more of me. Don't let me be alone. And her last thought, speaking of being alone, her last thought is that we need the Nordics at our conferences because they're our allies. The other aliens want to hurt us, the Nordics. They are our Friends. I think there should be a whole section of the conference devoted just to those aliens called the Nordic track. See, I was getting somewhere. Exercise advice. Oh, Linda Moulton Howe. Okay. Sorry you can make it. So she still has an ongoing on rack confidant. Feeding her information about dogs and cats. Oh my God. Linda, please, just Google it. Just Google it. Spent two minutes figuring this out. So I can stop. Put carry out of her misery. Please. Check me. All right. Oh my God. They're saying the name of my whole podcast to you. Yeah. You broke it down. Amazing. But you know what would be better to get stuck in than disinfecting Jell-O? Let's see. Well, I'm thinking of things that are viscous. Fluids. Okay. I would be nice if it tasted good if it were sweet. Say honey. Yes. That's exactly what I was thinking of. Honey. Yeah. Oh, and speaking of this new topic that just came up organically. This episode is sponsored in part by a company called honey. Oh, and are they the ones that make that browser plugin? Yes, they are. That works for your computer, but also your iPhone? Yes, exactly, it's a free shopping tool that scours the Internet for promo codes and applies the best one. It finds to your cart. Look,.

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"linda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"linda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"He responded back. Hi, Candice possible. I could have worded things better, but then you didn't really ask for input, I guess. Obviously, I'm not into reigning on someone's parade. And we're all in different places. I think in some respects, I've been down the road you're on. I don't think my issue has ever been editing. It's getting it right to start with in the camera. Most are not able to do that well, but you did on these images. That should be applauded. Create what makes you happy. I've always done that, but I can look back at images from 5 years ago and wonder what I was thinking. In my mind or my intent it was to say maybe I can help him not go through that duration or whatever. Main thing is you're on a good track. Keep attention on the sharpness and the post can take care of itself. However you want it to be. Best wishes to you. I really appreciated his privately reaching out to me. And I posted a response on the thread that reflected our mutual understanding and appreciation. Truth be told, I do get where he's coming from. I'd even wondered if I'd taken my sharpening too far as I was editing those images. As I mentioned the rest of that batch, I've even dialed it back a bit. And honestly, the hummingbirds do look more realistic. Now I just have to decide if that's the look I'm happiest with. Because at the end of the day, those of us who create things are working to please an audience of one. Namely ourselves thanks for listening to my story, and now sit back and get ready to enjoy. My splendid conversation with Linda Yun and sujin Li, of the yellow chair collected. You're coming. Down the path. My.

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"linda" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"Owner of card player magazine, early investor in party poker and was a major driving force behind the world Booker tour coming to reality, the amazing Linda Johnson. It isn't hyperbole to say that Linda has been one of the most influential figures in the world of poker, for at least the past 30 years as both a pioneer and visionary. As a pioneer, she planted the seeds for poker's exponential growth by forcing poker rooms to adopt stronger rules regarding atrocious behavior as a visionary. She instantly recognized the potential for bringing poker mainstream when Adam pliska pitched her and Mike Sexton on the idea of the whole cart cam. Before you dive into today's conversation with Linda Johnson, for those of you who have been listening to chasing poker greatness from the beginning, you might remember one of my early questions. When you think of greatness in the world of poker, who's the first person that comes to mind. I stopped asking it because it quickly became obvious 90% of my guests were just gonna answer Doyle Brunson or Phil ivy. But as I was sitting here, thinking of what to say in this intro, it dawned on me that if I were asked that question in the present moment, my immediate, most honest answer would be Linda Johnson. Many moons ago, she fell in love with a beautiful card game that existed in a world that wasn't very kind to her. Instead of accepting this reality or finding a new game to love, Linda invested every ounce of her life force rising up to meet the challenges and paved the way for the poker world as we now know it. For that, I personally owe her a debt I can never repay, and my only hope is that the next generation of poker players has half of her resolve and willpower so that we can continue fighting the good fight Linda began many years ago, showing the outside world why the game of poker is worthy of both love and aspiration. So now, without any further ado, I bring to you my conversation with poker Hall of Famer. Linda, Johnson..

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"linda" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"Read it i think oh my heart aches for this poor person who feels so miserable but it doesn't feel like it's me because that is not who i am anymore and i'm so glad that you are no longer in that state. I'm so glad that you are soaring. Wikileaks eve or. I'm glad that you put in the works to have self care self awareness self accusation and love who linda is so you could be a blessing to others. I'm so glad that you put the book out on the market because your book is touching lies because you made imprint to drive the impact to now be a world changer because some mighty is going to have hope by reading your story because you were bold courageous in resilient enough to write while you were going through your own trials and tribulations and by golly gee that test is now a testimony that you talk about and i want you to leave us with one to jams and then close us out with who you are how the listeners viewers could connect with you on social media and then i'll wrap us up exxon k. A couple gems one. I invite you to be the kind of person who is kind to yourself. And i invite people everywhere to join with me in making the world a better place by working on the only person that you truly have the power to change and that is yourself and my name is linda. Bjork you can reach me at For the hope for healing website is hope for healing foundation to work. i am also podcast host. That's linda's corner dot com and you can find me on social media at corner in there you have it listeners viewers of jams with genesis. Amar's campus. You just had the pleasure of hearing. Linda bjork and she shared urge journey and we talked about from broken two beautiful. She walked us through her journey. I wanted a courage you that you are a masterpiece that the potter's wheel still works. You may be broken but that doesn't mean you can't be put back together. I want you to know that you were here for a purpose in purposes inside of you just because you fall get back up because the finish line is up a head. I need you to win. I am rooting for you. Because when you win you're able to pass your baton to somebody else. So they continue along their journey remember. Were not in this world by ourself. Were in this world together. United we stand in divided. We fall and make sure us subscribed on the audio platform. You're listening to subscribe to our youtube channel gems with genesis. Amar's can't share this segment with somebody. 'cause you never know how it will bless another person but because cared they're able to live in have hope so until chat next time peace love and lots of blessings..

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"linda" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"We're in that place. It is possible if we're not careful to slip into depression and that is what happened with me. It was as if i had fallen into a deep dark pit and it was so deep that hope and sunlight and happiness could not reach me and they were no windows doors in this deep dark place and i did not see any way out so russian linda before you continue because i wanna put some context around this so after going through all the trauma the life challenges etc. You've sunk into a deep depression see the light out or anything and while you're going through this word you married during this time was. How did your husband react whenever your mood begin to change in alter in your now on this roller coaster ride called life in instead of going up. You're going down into that depression. Had did he react being. Your help may be your spouse in being the head of the household. Those are excellent questions and the answer is a little bit complicated You know some of the trials we were sharing together. So that meant that he was dealing with things as i was dealing with things and that is always challenging. Because you're not completely in that role of an observer and as a cheerleader sorta 'cause you're also a player and you're going through it as well and also. He was extremely frustrated. That he could not fix me it it he hated it he thought i. I just need to fix her. And you know the to get her back to normal and It doesn't actually work that way just. Fyi so in this deep dark place. There's no windows there's doors. I didn't see any way how i thought well. This is reality from here on out is as good as it gets and the best i can ever hope for is to endure and misery but the rest of my life and i stayed in that place for about five years but almost no one knew because i was very very good at hiding it and we mentioned my husband and he's one of the only people who knew because i was excellent at masking. I wanted. I wanted everything to be okay. It wasn't but i try to put that message across it. Everything is okay. We're all good be can't keep that mascot twenty four seven and so my husband knew and he was. He felt hopeless son frustrated and angry. Disparaged all of those kinds of things. Let's sit your for a bit because what you just said was you. Were putting on a mask. But you can't keep that up for twenty four seven so you're has been saw and this is so true because so many people who are dealing with the prussian. They don't want people to know what they're dealing with. So they internalize it in on the outward..

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"linda" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp

"Welcome back to genesis. Zamora's camp with me today is linda. York and linda is an amazing woman that is doing a lot of things on the forefront as low as behind the scenes. But here's a little bit more about her. She is a bestselling author founder of hope for healing nonprofit pitch and the host of linda's corner. Podcast some of her books include crushed a journey through depression in amazon bestseller. You got this. An action plan to calm. Fear anxiety worry and stress. Linda's personal mission is to empower people to become their best cells in today. Linden i will be talking about from broken two beautiful and without further ado. Welcome linda bjork. Oh thank you. I'm so excited to be here genesis and to be talking with you about awesome things. I can't wait to share my story. Thank you linda. I'm super excited to learn more about who you are and your journey so i wanna talk about your childhood and the reason why i wanna go all the way back to your childhood because when we our children a foundation gets late but then whenever we begin to row immature that foundation begun begins to be shifted. Just like if we live in if you live in a house or apartment condo whatever whenever you know the weather changes in the seasons change the house you know expand in it also kind contracts and sometimes you see cracks in the walls etc so let's start off with your childhood journey and we've that into your adult that way. We know a little bit more about who is awesome. Okay so we're gonna start from childhood and ms slip alleyen hair into from broken beautiful so my childhood was wonderful and less than wonderful as childhood often is i was born into a wonderful family with great parents and then when i was six years old there was a distinct change. My mother changed. She shut me out completely and had nothing to do with me. And i thought as a child and i didn't understand what was going on. I thought what did i do wrong..

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"linda" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"His marriage to linda. Sam was convicted of bigamy and was sentenced to two years in prison when sam was released in nineteen. Oh six the couple relocated to washington state. Where a loophole. In state law allowed. Linda practice medicine. They lived on a forty acre state on the olympic peninsula in. Oh la la washington. Linda commuted to seattle by fair to treat patients while constructing a sanitarium on their sprawling property at the time alternative and even dangerous. Medical practices were common but linda's were particularly nefarious. Her fasting regime included daily animas. That went on for hours and what. She called massages. That more accurately resembled beatings. Linda preyed on wealthy patients as they reached delirium. She siphoned funds from their estates or swindle. Jewelry and other valuables. Linda's most famous victims were sisters. Dorothea and claire williamson. They were both in their early thirties. Rich and hypochondriacs. Dorothea in claire saw an ad for linda's book and a newspaper and made a trip to visit her in seattle in february of nineteen eleven. They decided to undergo. When does fasting treatment. They did not tell other family members who were already disdainful of the sisters interest in unorthodox medicines for months. Linda fed the two women only thin vegetable broth as they endured daily animas and beatings by april. The two sisters were emaciated and nearly delirious. They were transferred by ambulance to lend home sanitarium in ola. Linda's attorney received shaky signature from clare. In which clara agree to sign over her monthly stipend to linda. Fortunately prior to their move to the sanitarium one of the sisters managed to send a capable to their childhood nurse margaret conway. Apparently the cable was so nonsensical that margaret immediately set sail for the pacific northwest on a hunch that the girls were in danger. Margaret arrived in june of nineteen eleven. Sam hazard read. It hurt. The ferry dock. Where margaret was informed. That claire williamson had died her sister. Dorothea had gone insane when margaret arrived at the sanitarium nola. She was horrified. Dorothea was only sixty pounds essentially a human skeleton living in a wooden shack on the property when margaret tried to have dorothea released her care. Linda refused linda informed market that linda had received power of attorney and legal guardianship of dorothea. Linda had been made executor of clair's estate and had helped herself too much of the women's fortune. Once while giving margaret an update under the is health. Linda was dressed in one of clair's favorite silk gowns. Desperate to help dorothy escape. Margaret sent news to dorothy his uncle and portland oregon also a very rich man he was able to buy or theus freedom for roughly a thousand dollars but would be close to a twenty seven thousand dollar ransom today to avenge clair's death. Dorothy is family finance. The prosecution against linda hazzard. She was arrested in august of nineteen. Eleven and a courtroom spectacle. Broke out around the trial. Linda cried sexism. She claimed she was being persecuted for being a successful woman in a male dominated field despite her lack of credentials. She chastised courtroom reporters for not calling her doctor hazard she would say i have told you time and time again. It is dr hazard. Mrs hazard is my mother-in-law. Some of the coverage did blatantly hint at sexism headline in the seattle daily times red woman. Md kills another patient implying that linda's gender rather than her cruel and tortuous practices was what led to her patients. Death linda was also the beneficiary of sexism at the time. The evidence in the case was damning an extensive paper trail of financial dealings and a forged diary from claire. Claiming claire wanted linda to have her diamonds. Let the jury to convict. However linda was only convicted of manslaughter. Not murder a lesser crime. The press speculated that. Linda was let off easy because she was a woman. Linda served just two years in prison following her release. Linda and sam relocated to new zealand where linda continued to write books about fasting. I nineteen twenty. The couple had financially recovered and returned to ola. Linda built her dream sanitarium. No longer able to practice medicine. She called it a school of health. She continued to starve. People in nineteen thirty five. The sanitarium burned down as her health started to turn. Linda embarked on her own fast to cure herself. Three years later window died. It's estimated that she starved at least a dozen patients to death. You can still find linda's books online and in some natural healing bookstores. modern versions of fasting. Your way into health juice. Cleanses and extreme calorie reduction diets are still popular to this day. All month we're talking about troublemakers. 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"linda" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on Conversations

"To what happened. Tim square ninety nine thousand nine year in china when the shooting started a friends intimidate square. Some of them were leading the protest. This was more than thirty years ago now when that happened linda that you've written this long history of china. Where do you place that. How do you see that events. In the longer stretch of chinese history. I think it probably parallels most closely even though it's quite different but there are certain parallels with the may fourth movement of nine thousand nine hundred nineteen in which young people seeing their government as problematic and seeing ideas from outside in the may fourth movement. Also this was about democracy that they saw elsewhere so the government was seen as corrupt and ineffectual nineteen eighty nine protests began as many people are forgotten with anti corruption slogans it began as an anti corruption movement and the corruption then is nothing compared to the corrupt now but it was so sharp. I i had a very very close friend. An old man who was my sort of. I don't know my adopted godfather or something. He joined the communist because he was so angry at the corruption of the kmt in the nineteen forties. He joined the communist cause and supported it and suffered a lot Over the years but in the nineteen eighty s and then he joined the party and then in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. He was just furious. He said this corruption that we're seeing now out does what i saw in the nineteen forty s and so you have this sort of sense of complete outrage and it really when you look at it now. It looks quite innocent but the degree of corruption was quite small but it was also very obvious cycle of systemic corruption in moral revolt against that. I mean if we look at it that way. Nineteen eighty nine. We can see it as a continuation of a very very very old cycle of protest or rebellion. That happens when regime gets so corrupt. It's no longer looking after the people linda today. When you look at the built in rhode initiative of xi jinping that name the built an road initiative how far back into china's history..

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"linda" Discussed on Thyme 4 Tea with Mikita

Thyme 4 Tea with Mikita

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on Thyme 4 Tea with Mikita

"It somewhere louis. C. can do for you. It's just Bala- boost secret dot com slash dinner. Hyphen time hyphen sanity. Hyphen saving tips. So i will definitely have that link for y'all so y'all can check that out you can get your free. Pdf it will be in the link at bala boost a secret dot com slash dinner hyphen time hyphen sanity. Hyphen savings tips. Carpenters hyphen tips. Yes all right. Y'all got all that information if you won't listen and you better rewind and replay pencil. Get your pat. you don't wanna miss out. Like kids are going back to school. We are getting more busier than ever. I think as parents so when it comes to cooking and making sure our kids are you know healthy and creating healthier. You know lifestyles for our kids to pass on. This is a great way to get started to get them involved in their actual healthcare. Now i agree and it's really important that as they go to school your days get more complex. They their days get more complex and you need to unwind together to really find them. You need a lot of things so a family time. Dinner is great. Not everybody can do it every night of the and that's understandable but carve out sometime every week to spend some time with your family at the dinner table. Yes that's a must. Well i wanna thank you so much melinda for coming on and spilling some tea with us about how we can make dinner easy simple and a great way to include our kids in on it and give them some life lasting Tools so they can actually use later in life and make it fun so they can laugh to laughter's king tell my kids the key ingredient. Everything i cook is low. Yes well thank you so much for joining us. I really really loved having thanks while. Linda definitely served up some delicious hot tea. And i don't know about you guys. But i'm definitely feeling a little hungry right now and linda was gracious enough to give a free gift to all the listeners today so you can get linda's tips and secrets on this free. Pdf for you guys. now. I'm going to be definitely taken a look at this because school is about to start and i need all the help. I'm gonna get now. You can find this and the links or you can go to bala booster secret dot com slash dinner hyphen time hyphen sanity. Hyphen saving hyphen tips. Now it's full of wonderful delicious recipes and great ideas now you can also follow under on her instagram at bala booster dot secret now. That's spelled b. A. la b. o. s. t. a. s. or join her facebook group. It's amazing group filled with a lot of amazing people. It's easy weeknight. Dinners for busy. Moms or go to her. At bala booster secrets dot com. Now we're going to spill a little tea on my not of the week. We cannot miss te'o the week so it's actually golden glow which is beauty and skin t. Now i love this team. I know i say this about every last one of my but you guys. This is absolutely one of my favorite teas and is because it has so many great natural ingredients from ginger tumor. Carrot beat an even has pan apple pieces. Oh my goodness this is great anytime of the year. You're gonna love it now for this tea and many more of my tea blends please go to beautifully. Unbalanced dot com slash shop to get your t. Today now i would love to hear some of the topics you guys want to talk about on time for tea with makita so hit me up. Follow me on instagram. At smith makita. Or just join my newsletter. Go to beautifully unbalanced dot com and you can get your monthly newsletter to fill you with motivation each month now we will be back next week for some more tea but you can email me at time. Fourteen makita m. i k. I t. a. g. mail and tell me about all those great topics. Now you're not gonna wanna miss next week. It's gonna be full of juicy hot tea but until then nama stay..

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"linda" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on The Authority Project

"I mean linda word for word the exact same thing so you're getting taught by somebody. Obviously that's fine. You can tell by approach whatever but is that how you usually talk or you. Just give me a script. That's right so they haven't digested it to make it their own. So i talk about this in my book that there's nothing original anymore that's the original. There's no such thing as original. It's all been done when i was in art school. We were actually taught. We had to spend a whole unit copy masters like okay. I'm painting picasso will. I'm not picasso. Why do i have to do this. I wanna do my own thing. Well because i was learning the the set of decisions that he was making. I was learning from a master how they did it now my job. I couldn't sell those copies. That would be illegal but learning learning's fine but then you have to digest it and you have to make it your own. So what. I get a script. I learned from all kinds of professionals in people who know more than me. But then i have to digest that and safe. What in that works for me. What in that is true from me. I love it. 'cause it's like people should understand like how would you say it though 'cause you're not going to say like him how would you say it. How how would you approach somebody. If it doesn't feel like you do. Is the problem there. I mean it's going to be a problem eventually but we can talk about other a good question. I feel like a lot of people are not comfortable with being. They are unsure how people will react. Linda get out there. And how i've been this way for so long now. This person that they might be thinking..

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"linda" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"I don't think it was real in the same way for him as it was for me until bullet was born. 'cause i i could tell the moment that became the fear set in friday. It's like i'm on sports. Is he breathing. Breathing wasn't breathing like this. You know whereas. I had nine months of nurturing this thing in my tummy and and when he came i i was like oh my goodness you're alive and you're well and really have been this lucky. I need to stop stop worrying now that moment when i can still see clearly now the moment where he finally comes out and then the nurse takes him out of the water and puts him on your lap. And then you've got these big eyes staring up us. I didn't expect to see us. Is this he was looking at. Smu was on my days. He so beautiful. this is just. This is just amazing and we both in love straight away. Ninety had so much. Hey it's the strangest feeling feeling a baby's hair under the water. It's like what verbal. If i remember so watching. What uber story. I linda eulogy like was happened. Addy you'll like. I'm just happy that coming out of you just pouring out. Yeah i think our voices went out like one hundred page. It was like nothing else. It is the most incredible feeling. It's like everything every sort of emotion that you have all come in together. You know the emotion of euphoria the happiness but also relief as well that we finally got there and that you know linda's okay and the baby's okay all of that was just just pouring out and then also probably emotion of what's to come the jan go. Yeah with us so we were together a decade before having our first child and and there is not you know you know each other so well but there is just this shift that happens. I think when you go through something that massive. Yeah it is it is. It was just a new roy. I did suddenly this. Fear and realization. Hit me that we've got this precious little being and is our responsibility and we've got to keep it alive. I think there was a sense of relief that we got to spend. The day was then half in because because of the strap be. He had to be monitored for at least twenty four hour. Yes i think mood there for almost two days in those so we had people constantly checking our porno tensioness teaching us how to swallow. I mean swat leave that. I would never have done that..

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"linda" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"She's getting contractions and she's trying to sell the camera trying to get the phone and everything ready and we finally do this spinney video and then then suddenly it all happens within a couple of hours. We're often hospital. Oh yeah we were so was having contractions throughout all of that. It started in the morning. I wasn't sure what it was until lunchtime. And by that point. You know it's lunchtime. I'm thinking great. I'll have the baby by the evening. This is perfect. But i didn't. My worst breaking syllabi am so it had a full day of contractions and then we went to the hospital and he came at six thirty six. Am but it was nice experience because we would no no in terms of sorry. I feel really bad experience. You know because. I know i know what it's like i i take it back. It was polish up. Well we will worried about was that you would have the end up going into the hospital. And we had a strep detest the week. Before and i did have stripy carrying strep be and they told us if my watches broke before i went into labor that i would have to have give birth in the labor warriors and i was hoping for the whole birth center with the wolster bath water birth and everything like that so yeah we were quite nervous and if you did have to go into the labour award it might have been complicated with me. Come in so. I would have been scenic cova. We've never seen the light board. But by the time we got there the nurse just said you know what we're not taking any labor ward. You having a baby here in the birth center and so dripping put drip and i was able to stay with linda. She would for the contractions in the bath. And then i. We thought they were going to kick me out after that. But i didn't get kicked out of the i. I was able to stay the night and just to be with. That was the main worried that i was not going to be allowed to be with her. And you know go through the experience and share the birth together. That was a big fear for me. Because i i've always been scared of labor. I you know everyone talks about it and it's like it's a necessary thing that you have to go through but i just. I wasn't somebody that felt that my body was made for this. I was like my body is not made for this. And i don't know how it's going to happen and the one thing that i thought would get through having addy there was like. I know my say i can do this. And so yeah. There was a definite a fear him potentially not being there especially because he wasn't allowed to any of the points and stuff and we have to changed so much throughout the year as well the different and with each different. Trust being exactly exactly that. I was upset by that because there was a point where i realized if i'd chosen a different hospital at the beginning because even that whole thing of when you find that you're pregnant and it's like oh well what do you do. You know all about the pregnancy test but what happens next. So i called my gp. And i said. i'm pregnant. I didn't even get speak to. Gp it was just a receptionist and they said oh you just self refer choose which hospital you want high. Choose which hospital. I want to thank. You can't just go and check them especially in cova times So yeah there was two that we were choosing between. And if i chose another one could come to all the scans and that would have been so amazing because i'd be just completely missed out on seeing medicine and for him. You know as much as he talks talking to you know he..

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"linda" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"It's amazing quiet. People think they yeah. Well is also the fact that you know. Sometimes people pull faces and i look at go possibly nothing. you realize. You're pulling the strangest face ever when you look at me. You know where they don't they don't realize it but you are right. I digress ingolf in all these different directions but you are. I think every new parent probably has that hang up. You know a might be good enough and going to be judged is that is the fear the to be in a supermarket with a screaming baby and have hundreds of is looking at you judging you an- and questioning whether you're a good parent. Do you feel like that feeling has got less for you. As long as you have done through life you've you've kind of you've already navigated so much of it and i would imagine other people think is an even a thing in your head when it comes to parenting there like there's this new element of and and i wonder how has it has it has it has it has it. Has those voices in your head got quieter. I think there is a definitely when. I'm out with linda. I haven't been out with boiler that much on my own. And when i go out with a on my in a i and they'll come back a little bit but i'll be. I'll be fine. I work at my mind. And also every time i managed to do something with boiler on my own i just come back into a give myself a little internal high five yes. I did it idea that time when i had to take for his checkup. And so i had.

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"linda" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"Felt it was. We were so lucky. And all of that and i just felt like something was going to go wrong. I don't know why. But i just really really scared. And i think possibly like just before we conceived by their somebody that i knew dr tied to stillborn and that was my ultimate fear. I think See that was sitting with me. Most of the pregnancy. Probably until the third trimester thing by the third trimester like i started relaxing it last week. But yeah it was. I felt district. Tencent scared i wanted everything to be okay and just wasn't because getting on as well you had to go in to after that scare. You had to go in and have that checkup on your own as well as must have been really scary for you also seeing in the car world. Gino the frustration. We thought maybe they might make an exception because potentially we could lose the baby and maybe they would make an exception. Allow us to be together. So i went in and got the way. But what really frustrate me. And i had to keep a proper light. Straight face is after. I'd gone gordon and said and then linda went in on her own. And i'm really just shaking and upset and one of the staff members. Ask me if i if they could have my work with a picture and start. Oh no no no my with my wife right now but you can ca close and take a photo with. Yeah yeah it was. It was a time in place. It was quite frustrating. Didn't mean beat mean bad by any harm from it but it was just not the right time and that period sit in the car. Waiting to hear from. Linda was just excruciating. Because i was just. I was worried for her. I was also worried about bala. Yeah it was. It was. It was horrible. It was horrible i think. What kind of summed though is like both of us. W- we're faced they. I don't know if they alight us..

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"linda" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"linda" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"Could have a career a baby type of thing and i know we're in twenty two one nine kind of be gone but like the music industry. I see many examples of people who had had a baby and then going on to have a successful career like most of the people that you see in the music industry the earth successful with a baby successful before they had a baby so there was that fear in both of us i think and then just you don't have control over over your life like whether we could even have a baby. We'd have had friends that were struggling so we thought we our start trying. But you've gone to. Where did you go you. He'd gone somewhere that they had zico virus linda touch upon a little bit. But i'd i'd lost quite a few friends. Linda lost have offer as well and it was that sense of you. Have this plan in your mind. This perfect time line of life you get married you know. Lynda's career takes off my career takes of then we have a baby and everything's all all rosy but i lost a friend sunday at the blue perfectly healthy and i'd lost two friends the year before to cancer. And then also someone i worked with. I was away filming. Remember him saying to me that him and his wife were trying to have a baby and he said it turned into this mission. He said like six was no longer fun anymore. It was kind of like time means. And when roy and and all that and they've been trying for so long and i suddenly started hearing other friends who are not just friends. Are the people who are taking longtime struggling to conceive and i just though wall. Maybe we're being a bit naive. Maybe we're just taking this for granted and and we should just say we spent so many years trying not to get pregnant until you start trying you. I don't know if you would get pregnant. You have no idea. But we have been considering adoption and i was considering adoption before having a biological child. Only was that feeling that we just kind of instantly realized that we've won. It's we wanted. I guess to try but also we just went into have that that like suppose or the other thing is you could never. You can always get into that trap where you could never be a perfect time. You'll never your career would never be at that place where you i this is. It's tom baby time. So so you just kind of thought that. And also when i think about losing my friends i kind of thought it made me think this is gonna sound a little bit morbid but it made me think if something happened to us.

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"linda" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"linda" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"That's what already want to do. Linda. That's really what people want to do. So it sounds mystical and magical logistics and planning and we can get to there. So when you saved well plan for your retirement, you have choices, And that's really a key. You know, I've met with some folks over the years who didn't save And at that point, there isn't a lot we can do, right. You really have to save because what you save today is what you live on tomorrow. So that's the whole key. And then you're not reacting to what happens to your being proactive and you're gonna have potentially much greater control of your future. And that's you just what everybody wants What they're really doing, and that is huge. It's like when we talk about long term care if you don't plan for how you're going to take care of long term care and have no way to pay for it when you do need it. Government decides what happens and where you go, boy. You don't want that. Most people don't like that option. They wanted decide what happens themselves. Same thing goes for the rest of retirement planning. But Linda what if you don't know where to start? We have an answer. We absolutely do. It's like the retirement quiz that we like. So much fun out of retirement quiz exactly what the name is. It's five minutes. It's a retirement quiz. And if you don't know where to start, or if you don't know how you're doing. This will help you out. It will absolutely help you because that's the biggest challenge A lot of times if you haven't been thinking about retirement planning Turned figure out whether you saved enough whether you are on the right track. Where to start. I mean any of those things, then by going online and taking that little quiz and it really doesn't take any time at all right in the privacy of your own home, Then you push the submit button and you immediately get a one page with you several pages. But one page in particular that shows you where you are today, right? And the thing that's nice.

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