23 Burst results for "Lisa lisa"
Grand jury indicts 1 officer on criminal charges 6 months after Breonna Taylor fatally shot by police in Kentucky
"Brett Brett Hankinson Hankinson with with three three counts counts of wanton of wanton endangerment endangerment of of neighboring neighboring apartments apartments in the shooting in the shooting that also that also claimed claimed the life the life of bringing of bringing Ana Taylor Ana Taylor during during a a no knock no knock narcotics narcotics raid raid in March. in March. There's There's no doubt no doubt that this that is this a is a gut gut wrenching wrenching Emotional Emotional case case and the and payment the payment many many people people are feeling. are feeling. Is understandable. Is understandable. Kentucky Kentucky Attorney Attorney General General Daniel Daniel Cameron Cameron as as Louisville Louisville prepares prepares for for more more possible possible advanced advanced under under a state a state of emergency of emergency there there shuttered shuttered government government buildings buildings and and now a now a 72 72 hour hour curfew curfew in place. in place. Lisa Lisa thanks thanks Geoff Geoff Cameron Cameron has just has just gone on gone on to emphasize to emphasize some some key facts key facts in the in case. the case. He
Lyft giving out shields to protect drivers from coronavirus
"For lift drivers drivers and and their their passengers. passengers. CBS CBS correspondent correspondent Lisa Lisa Matteo Matteo has has that that story. story. You're You're next next rideshare rideshare trip trip could could look look a a bit bit different different lift lift is is rising rising to to the the occasion, occasion, distributing distributing about about 60,000 60,000 vehicle vehicle partition partition shields shields to to its its most most active active drivers. drivers. The The company company already already requires requires passengers passengers and and drivers drivers to to aware aware a a mask mask and gives out sanitizing products during the day. Trips. Less active drivers will be able to purchase the barriers later this month for about 50 bucks. Lisa Matteo CBS News,
"lisa lisa" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"And then we have Ashley hi Ashley Lena is your player this is not this person hello what's your name Lisa Lisa Kay I'm Kaelin your player plays some great but excitement there once you Kaelin give her going boring my goodness all right fine so I got a member name though is not that it's a Lisa hi Lisa Lisa Lisa and cult jam so here we go we get a song you know how we use a songs your name is your buzzer all decisions by me Dick cheese crestor final bio addict he's press no seizures Dickey's grass is fine and ready to go yeah strong no no thank you mean no straw or whatever whatever good health condition he suffered I don't have it so yeah I know I'm I'm excited about it no Dick cheese Chris doesn't and I am the cheese Chris right now and I got an email from Jason brown every time I told a friend type in one hello everyone decides I think it's a good thing now I think people know that you're thinking because they're here they're doing on the ramp email right now go ahead please send me so it yeah everybody some emails and get that thing all right so it's eight songs tiebreaker necessary all decisions when you're finally enables your buzzer you know the deal everyone reading yes yes all number one very easy throwback Throwdown week by the way it is five for fighting five part thank Rufio lesson learned five for fighting five Superman no this is going to be easy five for fighting one hundred years my god what trash.
"lisa lisa" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Wrote the software Bob Frankston decided thought up the idea ran the business Bob still around great guy and you know I just wanna around kind of unrecognized at CVS I said to my wife who is safe finance person Lisa Lisa compare you know who this is the no spot Frank that who's that said Lisa if it weren't for Bob Franks in your life would be a lot harder he invented the spread sheet Bob was very a self effacing whether what Dan Bricklin really wrote the software I said Bob take credit visit calc that was the first killer app that sold apple twos like crazy as first time anybody used apple twos in business because they suddenly they could do this thing called a spreadsheet which prior to visit calc the way people did it was a piece of paper and a pencil with an eraser they make a table that write down all the numbers and then the the race and then they calculate all the other number is a painful process but that's how you did things like a balance sheets yes it was hard and along comes visit calc re calculates automatically you put numbers in a form is nowadays we can take it for granted but that was a killer app and and you know both Dan Bricklin and Bob Franks are still around very active doing it interesting things and then one of their as I think was a sales guy one of their young guys said you know that this apple twos great but there's this new computer coming along from IBM called the IBM PC I'm he left and said I'm gonna make a spreadsheet for the IBM PC is name was Mitch Kapor and he created lotus one two three you may not remember visit calc surely maybe you don't realize one two three everybody remembers excel right which is the descent the grand grand son of this account those are killer apps they sold computers as a killer app as and and I think that the idea is long gone I don't know people talk about killer apps what's the killer app for the iPhone I mean there's some really great apps there's you know I mean what would you do with that Google maps right or ways photos right the camera on a on a on a smartphone cameras a killer APP I guess but you don't it's not like it's not the kind of thing where you read about this thing and go all I have to buy that computer to do that thing or do you I don't know tender so make the chat rooms as tender maybe you know what tender might be a killer app lately I've been looking at and starting to use I category of app that you could only do on a computer you couldn't do on paper no they're kind of like note taking apps but on steroids the idea is you can it's like it's sort of like a to do list and a project manager and a note pad all in one things can link back and forth one of the other I've tried a number of Mike it it became a came my I've been on once you get the I. pad that's when you start seeing all these notes notability in good notes and there's a whole bunch of them I think I end up using notability but it was kind of my looks isn't quite everything I was looking for then there's mind mapping apps you know where you put all the ad you double the ideas that your brain you connect them up and start to build infrastructure out of them lately I think this is a killer app I've been using an app called notion which is you can use for free notion dot S. O. they're at a San Francisco but notion lets you create it's kind of like a wiki if you're used to wikis wikipedia is the best known wiki but it's private it's kind of but it can make public web pages people can use chair it's it's very free form you can have links within anything you could have template so they have student templates business templates household templates the data lives on their servers there for some people that's not a good thing be nice to have something where I didn't have to hope that the company stayed in business they have a pretty good business model they offer enterprise plans for companies that want to use this we use at that at our company our podcast network twit we use Google docs and I think this is a lot better honestly in Google docs it's a lot better than a note taking app it's more than all of the above it's a lot better than a website it's a lot better than.
Wacky Khakis: Mind Games
"Hello and welcome to pants on fire. I'm Deborah Goldstein. And for the record I am not and have never been affiliated with the United United Order of Holy Depres must be thinking of another Denver. Okay anyway here with me as always to play. Wacky Khakis is our sound affects robot. Lisa whose name stands for live in-studio audience. How about you play as one of your classic Sound Effects Lisa in these are you by any chance a member of the United Order? Uh No I wish chosen. Lisa's of the Oracle. Better chance. Okay you know I could ask more about these a strange spiritual societies. You've made up. But I think the less I know the happier I'll be instead. Would you please explain how we play. Wacky Khakis sure. Turn turn away from the truth. It's your loss Deborah. I think I can live with that on. Every installment of went Khakis Deborah and each tell one crazy story about the world one of breath is actually true and the other one is a lie off the job of a human child to tell which is which and here to referee. Wacky Khakis is our producer. No albaro pleasure Bro. Good to be here. You need a whistle Noah. Thanks Lisa I'm really not that kind of tell you what I'll let you know if I do need a wish. Okay Lisa do you think perhaps you could just go ahead ahead and introduce today's can read. I'm afraid I'm going to have to introduce this week's contestant are human child contestant Zohar Laura from the teeth episode and joining her Serena who will be on the mushroom episode comes Laura. Welcome Serena Art. I tell you guys doing today so hard you were just on our teeth. Episode is that right and Serena you're going to be on. Our Mushrooms was episode. Is that correct. Yeah and that's because you're a huge fan of mushrooms again question. What did they ever do to you? What they did was they be very slightly? Yeah awesome stopping so slimy. You're listening knock it off okay. It's time to play Wacky Khakis. Deborah and Lisa will each have a minute and change to tell their stories. We've flipped a coin. And and unfortunately Lisa vaporized it with his laser but he said it was probably going to be tales totally tells Lisa has chosen to go first our topic. This week is mind games. You're ready Lisa. I was made for this moment. Okay listen carefully Serena and Zahara your timer. Mr Will Begin now. tetris is one of the oldest and most famous video games in the world. It goes like this one by one. A A series of differently shaped blocks dropped from the top of the screen to the bottom and you have until it falls to guide it into place. If you aligned blocks in a perfect perfect horizontal row that row disappears and you get a point so on and so forth until the tower of shapes reach the top of the screen and then it is game over one morning. tetris is super over addictive. If you don't pay attention you could wind up playing it for hours on end in fact the addictive nature. tetris has been studied by psychologists just and they've discovered that people who play the game for long enough or sometimes start to see tetris blocks falling in their mind's eye even when they're not playing anymore others fall asleep at the game still going on in their heads or look at groceries on a shelf and start immediately trying to imagine fitting them as Tetris blocks. This strange phenomenon is known as the town. TAT's backed the game is so addictive that the Creator Alexi NAF had trouble making a final version. Why you asked? Because he couldn't stop playing the prototype. The addictive nature of Tetris also gave rise to a new programming invention venture called the Bosque. When your boss walks by your desk you hit the key which pauses the game and pulls up a fake spreadsheet to make it look like like? You're working fools Deborah every time and time. Well Done Lisa except I'm not sure it was such a good idea to to tell us about the boss key right in front of Debra. Yeah Lisa what. I'm not blind tetris. I'm playing spreadsheet. Well Serena's Ohara. What did you think of of Lisa Story? It was good. I guess unbelievable kind of kind of not okay. Well now it's time for Deborah's mind game story. You're ready Deborah. Let's do this. Your timer will begin now. Okay have you never heard of the game the game. Well you just lost the game and so did I. That's how the game works. If you think about the game you lose the game. That's the only rule. It's kind of a stupid game but also brilliant because once you think of something. You can't not think of it here try. I'm not thinking about the game. I'll give you a moment. You just lost the game again. The origins of the game are unknown but it reached it's peak popularity in two thousand nine when the game developer Hasbro arranged company-wide sweepstakes to see which of its employees could win the game for a prize of one hundred thousand dollars. The setup was a force a paradigm whoever tried to claim the prize would necessarily have to admit that they had I thought about the game and so the company figured it would never have to give up the money. This ended a contentious lawsuit in which the Games disputed winner sued Hasbro for the one hundred thousand dollars they had promised and actual court transcripts from the trial goes as follows judge. How can your client contend that she has won the game if thinking thinking about the game me and she loses the game defense? My France has not thinking about the game. Your honor judge. How could you not be thinking about the game if she is pursuing a lawsuit regarding the game defense? My client is thinking only about the lawsuit not about the Game Judge Council. How did your client hire you for this case without ever mentioning the game? Defense Harden your honor. I just lost the game and time. Nice Work Deborah thank you I just lost the game to the and so did you Serena end so did use. O'hara what did you think of that story about the game. Sound a little relief full. Yeah Yeah it sounded a little more believable than Lisa's back. Okay Serena and Zahara. It's decision time time for you you to decide who told you the truth and who tried to play you. Do you believe Lisa's tale of the tetris. Effect and how psychologists discovered an addictive computer game name stays in our head even after we're done playing or Deborah Story of the game and the ensuing legal battle over whether anyone could actually claim to win. I believe so. Why do you believe my story is true? I think you're sure is true because it. It sounded more believable that that would actually happen other than Lisa's. Lisa's story. About how you keep trying to play the game even if you're not playing the video game heart heart that doesn't sound like it's believable. Yeah not really so there was just nothing about Lisa. That convinced you. That was true. I will give you cotton candy and like not even Cook Con Candy just like the raw and you can try to bribe Rybeck until Bride Cotton Candy Anyway disgusting. It is bribing okay. Fine Yeah no more bribing so hard. You agree that my story sounded more believable. Es Why do you think that It's because the game team. It actually happened at my school. A law ally that actual game. Yeah well not what the money thing though but like trick people into losing it like they'd be like okay. So here's how this game works. And then the other person would not stop thinking about the game Suzanne. They they lose the game and everybody at my school did that so I just know trio okay. Well we'll the real truth teller of today's Wacky Khakis. Please reveal who you are. You're the true truth time what it. That's right Isa was telling the truth. This time with his story of the tetris effect now checked us by being totally Honest that's not a trick that is one of my assets. That's a treat. Yeah so so deborah the game is a real thing right right but there was never a court case over someone writing a claim from winning it. Yeah that was all made up and you know what this is my first time ever as the liar on the game I'm show and I kinda rocked it. How does it feel I? I'M NOT GONNA lie kind of felt. Good sorry kids. I'm just so good it all the time. I'm always telling the truth. That felt fine. I feel alive
Murkowski's 'Courage' in Splitting with McConnell 'Could Be Contagious'
"There there has has been been a a small small crack crack in in an an otherwise otherwise unified unified stance stance the the Republicans Republicans have have been been taking taking about about president president trump's trump's impeachment impeachment trial trial Republican Republican senator senator Lisa Lisa Murkowski Murkowski of Alaska spoke to local TV station KTVU years she said when she heard the Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to coordinate with the White House she was quote disturbed Makowski spoke about ascenders duty to be an impartial juror to me it means that we have to take that step back from being hand in glove with the defense Liz Ruskin of Alaska public media has covered center McAlister you for years and joins us from anchorage this morning was thanks for being here hi good morning so does this sound like the the Makowski you know yeah absolutely it does and I think that it's really just in her nature to be a centrist to seek middle ground like this and also you'll note that she's criticizing leader McConnell on process and that is very important to her sticking to procedure and tradition that's that's how she rolls well I mean anyone hearing this is probably going to get a jump to the question of how she might vote in terms of whether or not to remove president trump or or are you getting any indication of that from this I'm I know and I would think it's a it's a mistake to read too much into this criticism she's also been critical of house speaker Pelosi is handling impeachment and she's criticized our house Democrats on their process nearly to the point of saying that they've got a weak case it if we can play some tape here I've got something that senator McCaskey told me in mid December right after saying house leaders should have gone to court if they wanted to hear from witnesses who refused to appear as a consequence I think you have a record that the house will base its articles on that is perhaps not as full a record as it needs to be so that was just before the articles of impeachment came out but she seems to under cut both of them with that statement yeah although she says she so careful with her language it it sounds like and and I wonder how much always yeah that that's very much her too so can you take me back to other times that she's parted ways with with fellow Republicans in and sort of how use other things play out well sure there was the famous vote in twenty seventeen on health care when she was one of three Republicans who killed a bill to repeal the affordable Care Act and then the confirmation of justice Cavan on she opposed his confirmation on quite narrow grounds as she said his behavior at his confirmation hearing that a motion and bitterness he showed she said that was not in keeping with the code of judicial conduct but she also called him a good man kind of splitting the baby there it's also worth pointing out I think that other than Cavanah I do not think she's voted against any of president trump's judges give me that the political context for her at this moment how secure is her Senate seat in Alaska well she's not up again until twenty twenty two but it seems like a large swath of the middle of of Alaskans really admires her and you'll recall back in twenty ten she lost in the Republican primary to a tea party favorite and then one in a writing and that was with the help of a lot of Democrats and Alaska native groups are her base out she draws a lot of support from Democrats and moderate Republicans and she's proved that she really doesn't need her party to win and then she regularly aggravates both the left and the right alternately depending on her votes do you think she could have influence over this trial in the Senate I think so but I think we would see that more on votes on the rules or on whether to call witnesses alright Liz Ruskin of Alaska public media joining us from anchorage talk about senator McCaskey thanks so much really appreciate it
Prepping for Pregnancy with Lisa Hendrickson-Jack
"All right. Everyone i have lisa lisa hendricks thin jack here and i'm so excited because she is going to talk to us about fertility and she has an awesome podcast called fertility friday and she's going to talk with us today about preparing for pregnancy what your fifth vital sign is. She's an author and just a bad a woman so we're. We're so excited that you are here. Yeah thanks for taking the time to come on and talk with us. Thanks for having me really excited to be here. We were chatting in the pre chats and i'm super super excited to dive into everything yeah. Do you wanna tell us just a little bit about yourself. Before we dive in. I mean i've been teaching women to chart their cycles. Using fertility awareness for almost twenty years i have an interesting experience because i discovered for tony wariness and how the menstrual cycle works and the connection between your cycles and overall house when i was really young about eighteen or nineteen years old just out of high school cool i often joke that it was my like post high school feminists as i was learning all this really cool staff but it just so happened that on my university campus there is <unk>. I'm women center and they would bring in all these cool speakers. There was a group of women some of whom were already trained educators others who were training who held monthly fashions basically for years and so i was able to attend the sessions at first and learn
"lisa lisa" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"You are next up here fasttrack Friday. Hey Christian by the way do you looking back on that Tattoo. Most people would say you know you either would be glad you did it or regret. In which are you. Oh I love it. I was telling friends and family that at the very least it's an experience I got to meet you as I is Greg was saying a minute ago. This is the third time I've come for one tattoo. I too and do people still react to it. Oh Yeah I've had a couple of years ago the text yeah yeah. We love that story yeah matter when Mason Jason got a tattoo my wife when said Oh he's getting one. I've always wanted to get one. I'll go with them. I she got a very small tiny one. I got a much larger one. It hurt like Hell Lisa. Lisa got like a little butterfly dragonfly Christian. Do you have other issues besides the Mason in Ireland and I actually don't even plan on getting. I'm not a big tattoo person anyway so it was a real real big risk for me when you guys had I set it up but took me Leone because an hour and I was like I'm doing it because when you're in the marines a lot of guys have tattoos marines right no they're starting to hampers donaldson together to to be an officer just all around they don't. They don't want to see that the military altogether wow okay. We're GONNA pass. This long. Hundred Review has just been put on the D._l.. Our I l. with a neck neck soreness Dylan Floro optioned destined may called up to pitch tonight in Tony Allen has been recalled. I wonder if gone sailing even went back to Oklahoma. You know he pitched what was a great three days ago. Yeah switched from Colorado says yes I think he went from Colorado to Oklahoma and now you came back. Well interesting all right so Christian floors is here. He's got fast track for the next segment Christian Russian. What are you get all right so looking at the three major leagues? If you could be commissioner of any of the league's I like seeing whenever leagues go through rule changes. I know that they're are implementing <hes> one. We saw yesterday where they did the challenge on the P._I.. If you could be in commissioner of any of these leagues what rules would you change a couple one for each league all too for the N._B._A.. But one for each league and you let me know if you guys thinking my ideas and you let me know what rules what are you. What are your ideas so for the rule right now? It's if if there's a pass interference it's balls place at the spot of the foul. I don't like that. I think it should go to what the college has at fifteen yards maximum. That's what do you guys think about that. I think is just to egregious of the penalty for for one time completely disagree with you and here's why let's say brandin cooks beat somebody on an out route and then guys just beat he'll just run to brandin cooks and tackle him because it's better than giving up a sixty yard play if he knows he's only going to get punished fifteen yards mace. I hate that idea. I like the pro rule better than ecology. Do like the pro rule better. It turns games around it changes..
"lisa lisa" Discussed on Conversations with John and Lisa Bevere
"Hey everyone welcome to conversations with John and Lisa Lisa. It's so great being with you today and we're going to actually do something a little different on this one. We're going to actually cut into a teaching that you did the office on Flying Solo but before we do this week's review comes from Rachel Lisa and she says this I've been in a rough season for almost a year and these podcasts have helped me so much in the last few weeks I love that wish wish I would have discovered them sooner but God used this in his own timing not my own. That's so beautiful Rachel. Thanks so much for sharing. I love that too and today we're going to like cut into this. Whole series called Flying Solo? You know John <hes> I just I felt that there were so many people had a misconception of what it meant to be single and they're like Oh. I'm misconducting with my life until I finally get connected with my husband and I didn't WanNa see that and so this is an excerpt surp- from flying solo series if you wanted like say hey I love this excerpt you can actually look at the entire course check it out on messenger courses dot com okay so recently..
"lisa lisa" Discussed on X96
"Oh, yeah. That's yellow. Lisa Lisa's birthday. We talked about it nearly did that it nearly happened hit balls birthday today. Kerry looked around we couldn't. But I think I know why you play that song because one of my favorite songs in the world is he's so fine by the chiffon. That's why right now. No, even though he George Harrison was successfully sued by the chiffon, and rightfully so rightfully so. I believe him that song is she so fine. He's so fun fun. But it was it was on this day in one thousand nine hundred seventy one that George Harrison released my sweet, Lord, it was also in this month. Month of February the case went to trial. And I forget what year I think I have it here. But it went to trial the plagiarism case went to trial as well. And he had to pay money. He did. But I do believe him when he said, I really didn't do he he he did go. Yup. I see it. I hear it. I didn't do it on purpose. He just happened. Only so many notes. Almost. It really is. Yeah. I mean, I'll I'll show you here in a second. Okay. Carrie car ad gets done. Paul Paul McCartney said when he listened to heat..
"lisa lisa" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Wow and you will be the first ones to call us psycho or crazy or obsess when like you got people like Jason Goodman doing what he's doing My lesson after being Carol separated for a little while crazy things too yeah I don't take. Breakup very well. Apparently Sure the one. That's breaking up with the person's. Ghost Because I'm thinking are they thinking like me Move car Real statement Jason has ever said I don't. Handle, breakup well I. Don't doubt. All right let's go to fish. Oil attorney. Lisa linear, good. Morning Lisa Lisa Hey good. Morning it's a bit unusual for. Against together. Have restraining, order, violate You've never seen that by the way there's a guy he. Posed as the ghost of. His ex's mother to try to get her back. He had a. Restraining order the question, is not about that object. Restraining order that's simple, me he broke the law? He, broke his. Restraining order he went to jail who. Can you not impersonate No because. There's a fine line like he, pretended he was a ghost that's not what he got in trouble for is restraining order but. You can't get in trouble for pretending to be somebody well and, and the key here is that you, know, when you have a restraining order even though, this? Case, happened in England it's the same here when you. Have a restraining order you're absolutely prohibited from any kind of contact with the victim and that includes. Letters that included you can't. Get third party to contact and you can't go. To you know. Her best friend and, say hey will you please. Tell her that I, said really sorry and that Confessions. Of a Wait a minute That.
"lisa lisa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Pencil you don't have, to worry about writing that down you can always just give me give her office a call because we definitely have Phil's, number and. As I said he's been working with our firms since two thousand and five and doing the radio actually earlier than two thousand and five I believe and then we started doing radio together because I felt that I'm coming out of the Bank. And coming out of the brokerage business and being in that trust department really understanding the, importance of estate planning as the cornerstone to everything we do we immediately started working together and as the, laws, changed, and as tax laws of. Changed we've really been able to put together a Great system. Of working with our clients so, that we not only keep abreast of what's going. On but we're always making sure that our clients know what's going on and I think one. Of the hardest things, that I found and Phil you alluded to it a little bit earlier saying you know we tell parents to when their, kids turn. Eighteen to call us and we realized that they don't call so we had to remember and so we've put all kinds of systems in place that one tax laws change when people turned seventy when kids grandkids turn eighteen that we flag that. So that we can help them to make sure that their documents and they're planning is, really up to date one of the things That I have experienced and I remember it as my children were going, through college as well was understanding all the leases, and insurance I mean cars kids taking. Cars to school, and letting kids drive them apartments what's covered what's not covered and Phil you and I have talked about that so much and, looking at personal guarantees and I remember guaranteeing a car or something. For my son and he didn't pay on time and all of a, sudden my credit was showing up with a bad, credit scoring, on like the money's in the Bank why aren't you paying well he'd forget you know he didn't have. A system he does have. A system now but he didn't and I remember that was such a shock to me because I signed. It knowing he's got the money to pay it but yet we didn't make it a systematic withdrawal and it really did affect my credit and so Phil let's. Talk about those whole Lisa Lisa's and insurance and, the liability that kids have in their. Parents assume in, many times without even realizing Right And it's it's an issue that, I I don't think people normally think about. You pay people just used, to, hey we just go ahead and sign the lease and of everything. Works but I do think until it doesn't until it, doesn't and it's not just about kids going off to college kids getting their. Place it could be that you are also going to be living with someone and so that you are entering into a roommate relationship you on. That and that's where these Lisa's can come up almost regardless of, age right at any? Age. Yes and so I think one of the most important things to understand is that there's joint and several liability and what that means in in legals speak is that all the parties are jointly responsible for all the debts that are going. On so you might, say, well the, boy the two of our surrendering, in, hey I've paid my half the, rent.
"lisa lisa" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"Keep megan can't keep my hands to myself he keep his oh i want to hands to seven forty one here on this morning zoo as we prepare to play the phrase the this is a tough game to play doing because you're really you're really relying on somebody else to win you these tickets we do contests where it's like you answer this question you win and that's the worst depending on someone right sometimes you're yelling lisa lisa where you calling us from i am calling you on waiting for short.
"lisa lisa" Discussed on TechFan
"Seems a little bill that's very old the the whole the whole kind of idea behind they says the site is is is interesting in that case you could argue that the there is some utility for that i've seen quite low critcism align of people saying well you know this is the entice old white silicon valley dates to have to make their own phone calls what a great use technology that isn't putting that to one side i think the problem i have with this is that obviously the whole the whole transaction is almost a little bit to clean eating they tried not to make it clean you listen to to me i thought that sounds like an ad you know when you have those those ads whether the two guys pushing prams putting struggles through the park at the catch the game las week yet the gate was great lisa lisa was was really good to let me what staff watch it and he goes you know what you know i think is interesting you're talking about that you know i was talking to marie the they about will's whether we should have low fisher kind of with us we had sake way conversations get commercials and this kind of sounded lot nine eight eight perhaps some people say it's on fair to say sound scripted because obviously there is a certain amount of scripting going on google side but it just sounded a bit alta fischel not a not just on the google side also on the on the on the half side and but contrast that with the next call.
Tom Wolfe, Author of ‘The Right Stuff’ & ‘Bonfire of the Vanities,’ Dies at 88
"Suspect is expected to face a judge this morning epa chief scott pruitt goes before a senate panel today as he faces a growing list of federal ethics investigations lawmakers are expected to press pruitt on his lavish spending first class travel and security among other issues subcommittee chairwoman senator lisa lisa murkowski of alaska says she's concerned about the allegations surrounding pruitt but it's up to the trump administration to decide his future he lost a senate primary bid by former west virginia senate candidate don blankenship isn't done yet with mitch mcconnell abc's ryan burrow reports he may have been knocked off of the campaign trail but former coal mogul don blankenship is responding to a tweet last week by senate majority leader mitch mcconnell appearing to mock blanket ships reference to him as cocaine senate majority leader mitch mcconnell tweeted this graphic from his officials senator twitter account why can ship put out a new add on his facebook page coup came mitch may think the drug epidemic is funny but tens of thousands of americans die because of it that's not funny indicated on primary day following his loss that he was likely to stay politically active ryan burrow abc news and author tom wolfe who chronicled everything from hippies to the space race before turning to fiction has died at the age of eighty eight cbs's peter king has more on his extraordinary career where the writing fact or fiction tom wolfe want said there was one important element who is books well i just tried to bring truth he wants said he wrote the novel the bonfire of the vanities because no one had written a sweeping nineteenthcenturystyle book about contemporary new york that was in the eighties nine hundred ninety it became a movie now let's say that you want to build a road or hospital and you need a lot of money out liked being a novelist but in two thousand sixteen he published his first non nonfiction work in fifteen years at that time he told us he was starting to slow down to be honest i have only five more planned peter king cbs news one place breaking news regarded in the highest esteem among its peers get the news at about edward r murrow award the defendant not guilty of newscaster emotional moment best breaking news apps chusetts president a second tester lanna john accurate balanced award one place newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time seven fifty three traffic and weather together.
"lisa lisa" Discussed on House of Carbs
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"lisa lisa" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"I love a love the whole family did you find in this is something that we have discussed a lot with previous guests but like your began really enjoying as you grew up did you find that you had a new appreciation for the marches in the lisa's yeah mean i always had the i think even as a young person it's like you see that besides where it's like homer does something stupid and it's like homer march gets upset and then but it's all about you know the reconciliation in this like i don't know i think i don't know maybe more so when i got older but also i think it was always kind of like i love it so for those that haven't seen the episode alone we always like to recap them this this is a regular segment it's so silly that's not even a segment i basically read the synopsis off wikipedia cold so we don't know if it's going to be good in the episode homer begins to bond with his daughter lisa his daughter lisa remember after learning i'm surprised sometimes they do the full name yeah lisa lisa's daughter after learning her unique and convenient ability to pick winning football teams but secretly uses her ability to help him gamble when lisa finds out homer secret she refuses to speak to her father until he fully understands her and that's about it more or less so was gambling like such a bad thing 'cause i don't remember like it's just kind of funny to watch them that that the stakes of this episode i go march gonna find out or the place is jammed moral ero to the show so i feel about lisa yeah it's more about lisa and you know i think that it's hinted at that march disproves of homers habit as she hasn't gone the bug yet.
"lisa lisa" Discussed on The Incomparable
"Right i i knew yes everything there was you knew enough in the monster manual about manticore 's okay my my last items that i'll just mention in passing lisa lisa's entire premise here was to let me mention the micro not so there it is the toys i love them and then they made a marvel comic that i also loved and it was a science fiction comic and i understood about like superhero comics and and even though it was in the marvel universe who was much more of a space comic than it was a superhero comic and it was great the one book the oldest book i have the book i've owned the longest and still continue to own is james of the giant peach by role doll we did an episode about it and i i don't know what it is about that that book but i love it and the last one i wanted to mention and this is perhaps the weirdest selection of all in that it is not quite a work but a conduit to works which is the science fiction book club which i joined as a fairly young teenager where they would send you got for a penny you got five books but then they sent you to books every month and you had to send them back if you didn't want them which you relate and you would just buy them but i will tell you my at some point i was buying so many books and my mother said i've got an idea how that the service where they will send you a couple of dan books every month and i was like oh great great great and i loved it i sent back a few of those books mostly.
"lisa lisa" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"I think i think i would feel jealous if she used the male sex robot if i found that she likes the male doll better than me in the sense that she doesn't want to be with me i'd get divorced if you and lisa each got your own sex doll design mr santos right who should feel more threatened about the future of your relationship that's a good question lisa lisa would consider me and the sex doll cheating really yes because she would feel i was being intimate with someone other than her i have a much lower standard i would if it's a kate beck's beckon sale she would be i would be sleeping on the couch yeah that's i don't know i think she wouldn't get rid of me but let's just say the the male sex doll would be worked into the regular routine and then she wouldn't acknowledge the fact that it's an equitable trade like if i said we're okay so you're you're you're using the male one i get to use the female now not the way it works i guess i would be in more trouble i was gonna say i always feel like i'm on the verge of screwing this thing up right so i feel like if i even offer the doll in there as any form of competition i'm probably the one who's going to be on the way out the door i i don't even know if she tells us on what the hell so the other day or watching a movie that involved a camera with the movie was you're probably just flipping cinemax movies and there was like a something involved threesome and there were two girls in a guy and things could've been could've been in lisa goes do you have any interest in that and and i don't know why but this answer popped into my head and i just said it out loud i said i have enough trouble keeping one woman who is too much pressure and she goes i kind of feel the same way i mean that's.
"lisa lisa" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"But i think unfortunately you may just have some sleepless nights but you're at a bar having fun with your friends right now talking he actually is going to be fine she you really smart you're incredibly air you have i mean i i'm not worried about her at all i know we'll be i though but i'll know if i don't like him i'm sorry i bet he is a great guy but will you don't like him right now because you like lisa lisa's our friends of course but i don't like anyone who plants that that like that seed of doubt of like eighty percent sure i hate that i got it sorry i we probably have not helped you at all did you help you at all now i i think you definitely have because it's it's really good to get a lot of different perspectives and you know whichever way i go at least i know you know if something could go wrong this is what's going to happen i just have to pick okay do i wanna be home no and that's okay because i know i'll be okay and life is fucking short you've got the whole world out there go like fuck around and meet some dude who is like i fucking worship everything that you do and the you know i don't know they're they're out there absolutely yeah i believe a year thank you so much i love you lisa thank you so much ing and so for having me i gotta love by two.
"lisa lisa" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Got to college she was having panic attacks what happened after that not only healed herself but others and i hope it will help you if you are anxious at all koreans book is from anxiety to love a radical new approach for letting go of fear and finding lasting peace welcome to the show karen thank you so much for having me i'm so excited to be here with us today oh i love lisa lisa radin endorsed the book and she loves my mom because my mom was the person who when i woke up in the middle of my first panic attack this is during my sophomore year college back in the nineties my mom was already on a spiritual path and she had tried to talk to me for a while about your spirituality about particularly this pathway called a course in miracles and i with teenage defiance would do that thing where you know i cover my ears with my hands and i'm like blah blah i don't wanna hear it you know talk speak english like he used to and it was through the patience and the love of my mom that when i was in such a dark playing on my life you know when those panic attacks started when i was just feeling so hope with that my mom is still hoping me that we would find help for me and it was at that point when she reintroduced this idea of you know developing spirituality choose again i was like i will try anything my mom was just that you know that light that was there as a guide and she really being a student of this pathway of course miracles herself she's really been my greatest teacher because he's been you know a loving companion who has been there as a guy so that's that's why lisa lows my mom what did i do to what inspired your mom's transformation that's a wonderful question you know she a few actually around the time that i was having panic attacks my parents were actually going through divorce and it might sound like they're linked but i can assure you that they actually weren't i was actually okay with the divorce happening at that time it was all this other stuff that was bubbling up within the panic attacks i was in college i was a sophomore in college.
"lisa lisa" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Go to marry a mantica hi there mary all right i was wrong she'll clawing involved in broccoli bang early eaters last year i had a big problem with go first when uh when the broccoli got and sure bomb an inch and a half and they had called bomb plan also at low pushstarted one a night they could go around the media cook cauliflower easily so make took the whole plant bell numbered pole local broccoli leaves spread out to a much so they came up ball and shoot em monster stam until come down while okay plant though a they weren't just sure you're taking pieces of leave here i haven't had a problem a mug up some big broccoli plant now i have the little silver we go for plant planted the mine them about uh who yard gap gene abc that'll hope alon name well we all have things going on so we're gonna do what we can okay so thanks mary for that call thanks for listening you've been a great great supplier of information for all of us let's go to lisa lisa as all of them log anita side lisa kinda bob i also wanted to say the migrating thonburi eating.
"lisa lisa" Discussed on Weekly Infusion
"Lisa lisa beat aldebaran decent work eastern yes yes yes she has yet and she has a whole different kind of us charge about all this but but so keep going so said so this a monk ulises registering does it lateral lines is more on the right than the left i don't know but the province using the we're at a monkey live we use terms like destroyed topic meaning that the different organs have representation they also have some representation in the nuclear family as well so that's literally have a brain stem works but the various if you really want to get your minds really buzzing witters no research yet they if you were to separate the vegas and put an electrical stimulator on it and cranked it at different frequency it would go to different target organs based upon the frequency of the stimulation will that makes sense that that's sort of how i understand some of the digital aspects of nervous transmission because it well firing rates that kind of thing and added puts well actually quite simple it's diameter of the fibres south coast for lulu it can get different places i i read about that when i was actually developing the theory 'cause i wanted to link some of our i would say ancient traditions to more modern medicine and i wondered since i won the nature inputs into the motoring nucleus of the vegas is through the recurrent lynch your nerve which is a vehicle nerve as well for vocalisations i wondered whether chance in the it could actually functionally uh be a mechanism vehicle stimulation.