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"llerena" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Home Today. I have the privilege of having Heavier Lorraina arena here. But I'm disappointed that the brains of the outfit isn't here. Christina is missing yes have you. How are you welcome to the program? I'm I'm doing great happy to be here with you. Do and Christina's your wife Kherson is my wife my mother half the better half and you guys have written the book together. And that's what I wanted to take a deep dive because love is such a critical part of being human being successful without that What's the point? And you've got this. Brilliant Book Called Boundless Love Healing Healing. Your marriage before it begins and the reason I love. The title is thinking about people getting ready to be married. They've they've got their partner pick. They're engaged but it turns out that's not the audience that embraced the book whose embrace the book so we. We were surprised who embraced raised. Book is the people that are planning that ideal. I WANNA find someone. Yes single people single so he just goes to show you you is like when you create something. Sometimes we have an idea of what we want to create more purposeful for it and the universe sometimes has a different idea saying. Hey that's right. We find it more useful. Yes so a by any chance offhand. Do you know what the divorce rate is in the US right now so right. Now we Christina this Sunday game. We're talking about sixty eight percent which is not Sir Stein marriage. Yeah which is not surprising not surprising. Let's begin with why is is it that we and we find This amazing person And we have the best of intentions. What causes it to go sideways? Well I we did a lot of research and I think on the book that we Polish the testimony of our relationship yes of course and I and I don't want to give a lot of Juicy stuff away But Inaba Book Talk. We talk about about a breaking point. Our relationship we're Christina was going to file for divorce restraint order coming my way and I think we reflected and we were reflecting on things that in our workout during that time what happened. What did we get here? So that's what the book is about. We kind of met an inventory of things that really affected the breaking point. I noticed you gotTa Cross on the Front of the book and this sounds like a come to Jesus moment where either is going to split. Yes and you could split in a way. Hey that is civilized orca split in a very bad way. Yes but being confronted with that got you guys to front your own shit right dust right and also I think a point that we wanna make is. I mean there's some relationships I mean we don't. We don't sponsor divorced by their son relationships that that perhaps meant to be but at the same time. How do you how you go and healthy way? So that way EH. When you star a brand new relationship that you don't bring the baggage from solic- back up a bit? We're not going to back to the beginning but less backup to a in a earlier age courtship was a very well defined ritual so talk to me about courtship. Now what what does it look like on an average kind of relationship. Yes so I think courtship run out. It's about the The swipe right. I'm I have this mobile APP and I'm going to if I like what I see and then choose you and us it right we we think we are engaging in a very superficial way. It's like shopping Amazon. You know I I I'm pretty sure that some of those products are now what they're describing your description so I think the same way we leading into that I don't I don't think couples pulls now engaging in Maine for conversations so how would someone a do that like. Where did they meet? And how do they set expectations that this might be worth doing properly. I think what we tried to teach is. Obviously we are digging into the Bible here and one one of the things that I tap into is how men are looking at women than right. So we'd like we look taking the Bible perspective perspective and say Okay how Jesus look at women right and teaching that the people listening to this either you are faithful full or not but it doesn't make the question is is this useful information. That's right so you don't have to be a believer and if it's not useful down the book and get rid of it and if it is useful you're not changing faith that's right and so it'd be confined wisdom find it. That's right so we we are. We're I mean if you don't you don't believe in Christ that's fine but if if you live in a higher power you can kinda set that off right because we believe that I hire power. That's indiscriminate right. And if you happen to be Christian. Jesus did not discriminate either. So I'm not religious so everyone knows but I'm a firm believer in this wisdom everywhere and if you go I'm not listening at this because of XYZ because you're Martian than you know. Hey that's right so so wouldn't discriminate. But I I think the main goal for us is to to people to to heal themselves. They're GONNA look in. Were right and see okay. What are the things that we need to take care of? So example that how would someone look inwards because it's the hardest hardest thing to do right because it's really easy to see the mistakes and other people super hard to see a nurse and and that's what the book I talk about it and I think I'm GonNa talk talk about myself since my my other half is not here so I cannot. I cannot talk about her stories but I talk about My anger management issued that anger management. Yes this so throughout my life I was that was great. It was the best it was. It was a mechanism to defend myself. Yes and he wants and it was. It was great until you get together with somebody who loves you and somebody you love them and you feel so united together and then what happened up person pissy off. Yeah so so. Here's the paradox. Is that you know each other We've only show for a while but haven't seen each other for a really long time. But you have a level of civility towards me that you would not have towards a loved one because which is a paradox because we love that person and let our guard down and then the who we actually usually are comes out whereas we'd never do that to a stranger. Yes how did you get a handle on anger management. So I think I got a wake up call whole because An incident happened where Christina needed to Geneva to call the police to and Dasa wakeup call when I realize is that okay. This is getting on this kid in an Indus- when I start looking inward okay. What is causing this anger? Where is it coming from and and then you start making the steps backwards so a commend you on being transparent and because that's hard to do also because in this culture where showed were expected to be our best cells and show that not the real selves if there was a new couple coming to you and they said okay we wanna GonNa do this courtship thing right? What are three things? You'd give them advice on. This is how you court sure. One of the things that we talk about is communications one of them. mm-hmm right also. What are your values as an individual people do not know them and also you value? Are you leaving your round and the only way to figure that out if you know the criteria for your values which most people don't if they do know the values is just like you know. Communications is really important. Portent me and it's like well okay. How'd you know that's happening? Then as I Suckley soccer and then they I think that most ingredient piece is your vision and for your relationship. What are you looking for? What what what do you see doing together? How you see yourself with this person and how do you share here at the other person and be open to hearing how they see it? That's right that's right and I think those are key components to have healthy courtship. I think a lot a couple are playing a dance game right where I'm dancing with you dancing with me but carson the table because I think just in life generally we have three faces. We've got this face that we show the outside world and some people might call that the facebook profile my family's.
"llerena" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"So it's it's a matter I honestly I call it just concentration to see with all five senses? I mean it's yeah absolutely quiet. I can't even have anybody looking at me. I don't feel that stop looking at me. I really focused and and I also <hes> people have asked a lot about hi process and it's like I don't just paint by nine squares hit it right the first time there's a lot of hunting and pecking and mixing on my palate and then testing out swatches on these little two by four inch pieces. I've the rules <music>. I'm very strict with my rules. I can do anything within the but the pieces of paper always four by four or two by four the practice like little just little strokes on the right and I hold it up to the mountains like up nope. It's a little more than that and then I go mic some more tests intestine tested so it's this back and forth very iterative thing. It's it's happening in real time and and it's it Dorky as it sounds. I really really excited when I get the color. I'm sure because you're probably will you mentioned about concentration but I feel like it's also a major observation like you. You must be practice. Every time you see a plant you start deconstructing its color in your mind and and you're thinking about it all the time and you have a small garden. It's arboretum a teeny teeny tiny garden and I'm only painting a tiny little piece of it. It's time and it's a year round practice. <hes> so ooh I I pick weeds on walk. I've been to the beach and done sea shells or rocks there there really is you know. There's a never lacking for something to pay so you come up with me. You get excited when you've come up with your perfect palate are they're always nine squares. Sometimes you have maybe like six or something right yeah yeah and there's only been once when I just failed so quickly that I cut it out so that went only had eight squares and there was a missing hole in the paper. It's like it's like the bad square that yeah go away and I guess what I love. Is that you thin. Take a photo and then posted on instagram with your numbering them like a series outright so it'll be like eleven slash. I did that in the first year okay. I'm not doing it the second year. Honestly I love. How's the parts between the hundred project when I don't have to keep track of it? It's like I just do it. That's true because it one hundred eight project starts in April. It goes to like July live and but you're saying you just kept going Brett from July of two thousand eighteen painted April of two thousand nine hundred with a little bit looser rural set of rules. The only world that I stopped was counting okay and full disclosure depressing did try to do her own version of his with learning at risk ner because Llerena is my muse in so many ways. I'm like I'll do it to an ice got truly fifty two days or something great because you were doing words. Yes the language and and and to me that's almost almost I mean that's more demanding because you have to create steam. I just doing.
"llerena" Discussed on Unladylike
"What lorraina story really was was a story about domestic violence and marital rape. Which many folks the time didn't even think existed the penis chopping happened after she had endured six years of cereal abuse in nineteen Ninety-four Virginia jury acquitted lorraina Bob it, but it's taken twenty five years and a new. Amazon documentary series for her narrative to be debate, you fide and publicly redeemed. So what do you think about Llerena baba kind of re-emerging in our cultural awareness today anytime that women from the nineties can have an opportunity to return now and be part of telling their own stories instead of having their stories just told for them and told in a sexist racist way and told wrong, it's absolutely progress and lorraina Bob, it is absolutely. I mean, I had lunch with her. And she's just a fascinating warm articulate person. And we really did not understand the contours and depths of her story in the nineteen nineties. I mean, her story is an immigrant story. You know, one of the ways that her husband, supposedly, tortured her is by threatening to get her deported. And she didn't know that. She didn't know whether or not he could actually do that. And she's she's so amazing because she's really out there sort of talking about all of these issues now, and she even is an advocate for domestic violence victims. And she's using her platform to know to reach people and to teach about domestic violence. Why? Now why I mean aside from some sort of cultural ninety is revival. Like why?.
Pakistan Says It's Holding Indian Pilot After Jet Shot Down In Cross-Border Airstrike
"Support for NPR and the following message come from Amazon prime video with Llerena the new docu series that shares Lorena Bobbitt side of the story and investigates the headlines and press coverage twenty five years later lorraina now streaming on Amazon prime video two nuclear armed neighbors, India and Pakistan moved closer to war today. Both claim to have shot down the others fighter jets. India says one of its airforce pilots is missing and Pakistan says it captured him alive NPR's, Laura Fraser is in northern India and joins us now. Hi lorne. Hi, ari. Explain what happened today. So Pakistan says it conducted airstrikes along the India border. It also says it shot down two Indian aircraft that entered its airspace. It says it captured one of the pilots the spokesman for Pakistan's military, even tweeted out a photo of this pilot. India gives us slightly different set of events it accuses Pakistani planes entering its airspace. But it does confirm that one of its jets was shot down. And that a pilot is missing and video has emerged of a man that we think maybe that pilot. And here's what it sounds like. Myself seven by what like. My religious you can hear a commotion there. Somebody's phone is ringing in the background. The man is blindfolded. His face is bloody he identifies himself as a wing commander in the Indian air force. He calls his captors, sir. He's very polite. He asks if he is in the custody of the Pakistani army now, there's also another video clip, we can't verify the authenticity of these. There's another clip that's airing on Pakistani media in which the man's blindfold is off, and he's sipping tea and says he's been treated very well. Meanwhile, India has called these videos, vulgar and suggest they may even violate the Geneva. Convention lauren. This is a pretty scary esscalation along a border that has been tense for years. Why is the suddenly happening right now? In an address to his nation. Pakistan's prime minister, Imran Khan, explained it. He says pocket STAN is retaliating for Indian airstrikes yesterday. No. India says it launched airstrikes and killed a very large number of terrorists at a training camp inside Pakistan yesterday the training camp. It says was run by a banned militant group, and here's what Imran Khan said today. Download and MC Dipa, but there to get all their he's speaking in or do and he says the sole purpose of Pakistan's actions. Today was to convey this message, essentially, if you come into our country, we're going to do the same. So he says he's retaliating for Indian actions. But he did also offer talks with India. Now, the problem is India also says it's retaliating against puck istani actions. And it really depends on how far back you want to go two weeks ago. There was a suicide car bomb in Kashmir that's a disputed territory that split between the two countries that bombing killed forty Indian troops a Pakistan based militant group claimed responsibility. Okay. So this cycle seems to be escalating, but some version of this has been going on for the better part of seven decades. Right. So how do they avoid this blowing up into all out war? That's a really good question. The conflict does go all the way back to independence from Britain in nineteen forty seven in at partition podcastone. Was carved out of the Muslim majority areas of India. But the one exception was Kashmir. And that's this disputed Himalayan territory that's currently split between the two countries it's a Muslim majority area, but back in nineteen forty seven the local ruler at the time was a Hindu who joined India, and so the two countries India and Pakistan have basically been fighting over Kashmir ever since they fought three wars. We hope this is not leading into a fourth. That's NPR's, Laura. Fraser in northern India. Thank you, Lauren. Welcome. Ari? Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.
"llerena" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Don't even by this whole thing that he was raping her and stuff. And she she's not that great Logan. Pimples. Your ex wife, I thought so her skin didn't look that. Good. I think she needs a little vitamin Bob. It. I would ask him what he was thinking back. Then had he not heard and seen everything that was clearly available, and I would ask him what he has to say today. Does he feel any sort of remorse for speaking about somebody who was a victim of such horrors in such a despicable way? Jordan Peele is the executive producer of this film. I'm curious how he got into that position. If you could tell me a little bit about what his expectations were well, Jordan, I met in got I think it was Tober of twenty thirteen at a screening of my first documentary, it's called loss for life. And it's about juvenile's were serving life without parole, and he expressed really loving the film. And so we connected, and we became friends. We'd have these weekly excursions to go get Chinese food where we were talking about work and life, and whatever and this is before get out. This is well before we get out, and then it was January of two thousand seventeen when Lorena had agreed to do this project with me that during one of those Chinese food excursions, I said, you're never gonna guess who I'm making my next project about Llerena baba, and he right away was fascinated had a million questions and admittedly had the same preconceived notions. That that I had had that all of us and had and this is now leading up to get out being released and every time I saw him. All you wanted to talk about or ask about was this project. He couldn't believe how many layers there were two how much depth. There was how how he hoped that. Maybe telling a story about gender and sexual assault and domestic violence that maybe this could do for that what the OJ doc series could do in the nation of race. And it was literally get out opening weekend that he just turned to me. And he said what's going on with the bobbin project that he'd love to be a part of it? It's interesting because the media have been such a double edge sword for lorraina since her trial. She's used the media to advocate for battered women. It's given her life direction. She's willing to tolerate or cut through the jokes to make the most of any platform that she can get on the Steve Harvey show. What what made you take it though. I mean, you cut it off. Are you leave.
"llerena" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Don't even by this whole thing that he was raping her and stuff. She she's not that great looking. Pimples. Your ex wife. So her skin didn't look that. Good. I think she needs a little vitamin Bobbitt. I I would ask him what he was thinking back. Then had he not heard and seen everything that was clearly available, and I would ask him what he has to say today. Does he feel any sort of remorse for speaking about somebody who was a victim of such horrors in such a despicable way? Jordan Peele is the executive producer of this film. I'm curious how he got into that position. If you could tell me a little bit about what his expectations were well, Jordan, I met in got I think it was a Tober of twenty thirteen at a screening of my first documentary, it's called loss for life and juvenile's were serving life without parole, and he expressed really loving the film. And so we connected, and we became friends. We'd have these weekly excursions to go get Chinese food where we were talk about work and life, and whatever and this is before we get out. This is well before we get out, and then it was January of two thousand seventeen when Lorena had agreed to do this project with me that during one of those Chinese food excursions, I said, you're never gonna guess who I'm making my next project about Llerena Bobbitt, and he right away was fascinated and had a million questions and admittedly had the same preconceived notions. That that I had had that all of us and had and this is now leading up to get out being released and every time I saw him all he wanted to talk about or ask about was this project. He couldn't believe how many layers there were two it how much depth. There was how how he hoped that. Maybe telling a story about gender and sexual assault and domestic violence. Maybe this could do for that what the OJ dachshunds could do in the nation of race. And it was literally get out opening weekend that he just turned to me. And he said what's going on with the Bob project that he'd love to be part of it. It's interesting because the media have been such a double edge sword for lorraina since her trial. She's used the media to advocate for battered women. It's given her life direction. She's willing to tolerate or cut through the jokes to make the most of any platform that she can get like on the Steve Harvey show. What what made you take it though. I mean,.
'Possessed' woman was actually battling brain illness linked to growth on ovary
"In her brain. Like left turn from my ovary to my brain. The odd more like a straight up. But yes. Connect, but okay, so bizarre. And the story starts it's told by Stephen Gutierrez who is Lorena lorraina husband Llerena, Lena's husband. And he told news agency, quote, I was so scared. It was like she was possessed. And then he continues his story. It starts after they went to the ER. So she'd already been showing symptoms, and he said the night after she came home from the ER we were up the whole night. She couldn't sleep and she was talking gibberish. She kept saying we need to get out of here. We need to leave. She kept getting up and trying to leave the house. So she was acting crazy. He thought she was possessed. And then Stephen Gutierrez says doctors asked if his wife had been drinking are using drugs and suggested that you might be experiencing a nervous breakdown or depression, which again as a woman, I feel like the idea that you were just going to go to the doctor with some symptoms, and they're going to tell you that you're overreacting or that. You're depressed too often. We'll in more informally like she. She clearly didn't seem to be in her, psychological, right mind. But they let her go home from the Arctic. How crazy do you need to see where they're like? No. We wanna keep you up survey. Shen? Exactly, so. Yeah. Ladies fight for your healthcare. Anyway, continuing Stevens said again quote during her psychiatric consultation. She took a swing at me. And we had to hold her down. It was so out of character. It was then she was admitted to the psychiatric hospital at one point. She threw at one point. I threw a little bit of holy water on her and afterwards. My family told me they wouldn't have been surprised if for head start spinning around after I did that. He really thought she was possessed eventually the renew lost the ability to talk walk or eat independently and was not responding to treatment. She's thirty nine years old. She was then transferred to the Presbyterian hospital where doctors diagnosed her with anti n m d recip- for limbic autoimmune and Safaleh litas. Wow. That's had to practice that one before we started. And this is an autoimmune disease that had caused her brain to swell, which is crazy again, my ovaries to my immune system to my brain. Like, I get everything bodies connected. But can it all be connected in a way that works? Yeah. It was a leap her symptoms were on power diagnosis this disorder. Typically strikes women more commonly the men, and once it is diagnosed doctors, then look for an underlying tumor as the root cause. So apparently, the tuber is always the cause of this disease, which crazy apparently she had developed the disease as response to a six inch by six inch tumor that had developed a one of her ovaries. That's a big tumor on your over yet small not I don't I mean, I guess over right near you know, the part where you actually grow a baby. So I guess room to grow there. But six five six inches is you'd think someone would have noticed physical there. Right. Yeah. She underwent heavy steroid treatment. And a treatment called plasmapheresis all in an attempt to clear her body of the antibodies that have been attacking both tumor and her brain again, an autoimmune disease, so her body was attacking herself and harming herself Llerena has said over the course of three months, underwent speech therapy. Physical and occupational therapy. But I don't remember much of it. It is a blur right now.
"llerena" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Now, he's start putting fifteen percent away for retirement, as you said, you started your kids college, and then any money we can squeeze or find out of the budget intentionally a bonus a small. Inheritance? We sell something whatever it is something pops up extra money. We just thought at the house, and we just keep chunking on that house, and you'll get that house knocked out. The average is seven to ten years for for baby. Step six knock the house out from the time you start and sometimes again, people sometimes take a little longer. Sometimes I take a little less, but I don't want you guys where you go seven eight years with no vacation seven eight years with the trying to maintain this level of intensity. The because you'll just explode. Eventually, I mean, you don't do that. So that's this is the point you up saving up grading car a little bit. This is the point you save and buy that couch or you saving on vacation, you know. And so you have a little bit more life here actually, a lot more life here than you do when you're in those first three baby steps and. But you're very intentional. Every dollar still has a name. We're still following baby steps four five six pain easily fifteen percent of your income going into retirement, something towards kids college enough to where they get to go to college. That's the idea and then from there, we're going to go ahead and just whatever the money we can find we start chunking it on the house. You'll be just fine doing that. All right, Llerena Llerena is with with us in Charlotte. Hi, how are you? I'm good. How are you? Dave. Thanks for taking my call mispronounced your name. How do you pronounce it? Llerena llerena. Okay. Good. How can I help? I recently lost my father. And I am the executor of his estate two of the heirs are minor children. They're only six years old. There's about four thousand going to each child, and I want to put it up and not make it available to the children are eighteen. So they know that their grandfather left him something, and I've talked to a couple of bankers and each from different banks, and the only recommendation was just put it in a savings account. Will of course, it's not earning any entrance. And because it's going to be put up for the next twelve thirteen years. I didn't know if you had a recommendation, I would like to grow it for them a little bit. If I can do the terms of the will allow you to do that. It doesn't stipulate it just if I have to provide this money to the children. You should ask the attorney. That's prob- aiding the estate if you're required to give it to them. Now. I do not have to go. The state did not have to go into probate. I'm not working with an attorney. The m-. I did talk to the girls. Mothers. And they are both. Okay. With the getting the money. Yes. Until they're tying them to send you an Email to that effect. Okay. So you have it in writing. So they don't sue you later for not dispersing this money on this date. Okay. Okay now. So what you do is called an mites. A uniform transfer to minors act is simply means the money is in the child's name. And there is an adult custodian that's in charge of the money until the child is twenty one. Okay. You T M A, and you can open a mutual fund with an Ma and you name an adult as the custodian and the money the money is in the child's name that also might help you as an executor not get sued because the money's actually been put in their name. They just don't have access to it. And so I did do something similar to that. It's just not drawing highly any interest, you need to be in a mutual funds. Okay. You can open a mutual fund that way. Who's the custodian you, yes? Okay. I mean, I made their mother's the beneficiary of something was to happen to me. Okay. That's fine. Good. Yeah. You can just get in touch with one of our Smartvestor pros. And I click Smartvestor at daveramsey dot com. They'll sit.
"llerena" Discussed on 20/20
"He was driving and the highway his start driving and driving very fast, very fast. And I was scared. And I said I'm scared. Please drive. I in I hold us too. Well, so I can go stray and he punch me. Yes, really hard. I was crying. I was very shocked. Somebody hit me like that. Especially from my husband. Somebody that I marry him. And I loved him. Astonished by that because that was something that was she was unfamiliar with in the relationship leading up to the marriage. She'd never seen that side of John. There was a big jealousy factor that set in. She knew John was good looking women might come onto. She got upset with anybody. Talk to me, girl, girl girls direction. Get. She she punched you how often did she hit you? To get mad two sisters, very jealous person, very possessive want anybody around me. Always afraid someone's dignity me away for. Prize them. No this man, this memory, and this is my ticket. He said to me every time that he was mad at me. He said once a marine soul was a marine. I remember. One time I was in lane into floor his actually chocking meat. Panos crying and. I was. Couldn't breed. Llerena has said that you were physically abusive to her. Turn things around like say, he's physically abusive to me. She never went to the hospital ever had anything seriously wrong with y'all let turmoil. It wasn't like we're out to kill each other. You never fought back try to to do or straighter. Not the inter- the pushing shoving upon cheer punch there. And then she said it carried over into the bedroom. That he seemed to be very stimulated excited by violence sex. I mean to sex. Hey, told me that. He was that kind of sexual sex for sex excited him and. Which is cry. Like, so many of the accusations fly back and forth between John Lorena? This. One is hard to reconcile John is he was ever excited by violence sex. One not that left him early on. When you saw this terrible situation. You were in I feel like I don't wanna fell into the marriage. I'm Catholic, and I don't believe in divorce. I will like to work it out. What came between was even more poison toxic in a relationship that was already all bar. Bar. Talks about her marriage with John the nightmare from beginning to end. It's actually very hard to imagine how they laughed at for years together heard me in my lip was bleeding and bruises. John maintains that he never hit her. But he admits that he might have kind of pushed her a little or that when he was restraining her. He might have been rug. Hit me. You're gonna end up getting some type of injury like a bruise or battling. What's your definition of spousal abuse? Could be put your home. All verbal abuse calling. Somebody is lot or or tramp. Did you do any of those things? In moments of anger as you push. Your shovel. We fought. But that's not spousal abuse. This fighting each other, you know. You said you were abnormally strong. Of course, I wouldn't here because I heard of villa bed. I try to strain marks when you were stranger. Of course. I mean, I mean have Martin me, but I fly them..
"llerena" Discussed on Dear Hank and John
"Uncle Hank's here for your learning. So learned says it's wonderful news that they're getting a job. But they have some questions and concerns I have no idea what I'm going to do since I have to sit and watch the same show, many many times, I have no experience in this. Can I bring a book with me? No good. I just arrived late to the show every time. No, should I get Google glasses and watch doctor who the entire time actually may be. That's that's a good one dubious advice needed pumpkins penguins. Llerena? You definitely have to look like a plant you hand. Like you have to play you have to look like, you're not what I meant to say, go hang. This. Have to look like a human being not a plant. Not a fight us. You need to look like I'm so excited to see my first ever magic show. Yeah. What an opportunity tonight is what you're getting paid for. And I worry that. If you bring the Google glass, it just makes you it just adds a level of suspicion. Just based on the way, I feel when I see people wearing Google glass it for me. I don't want to generalize. But it does add a level of suspicion feel toward that person. Just generally in all things. Yes. So I think what you're going to have to do Llerena is what I had to do at the hall of presidents at Walt Disney World for much of my childhood. You're just going to have to pay careful attention to the same thing happening over and over again. And you may discover that on the other side of what will the initial be kind of boring is this weird kind of transcendence like watching the hall of presidents show. Fifty times is kind of boring watching the home of president show five. Hundred times is sort of revelatory. Why don't you watch the hall of presidents show five hundred times? Oh because you remember how some had like permanent lifetime free passes to DisneyWorld because she wanted community.
"llerena" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You know who you're listening to, right now Her name is Serena McKinnon's Llerena McKenna she is. A Canadian. Singer and probably the best along with Gordon Lightfoot Gordon here not long ago Llerena McKenna, is very special to me and her music. Is very special to me I was, actually. Talking to, Gordon Lightfoot couple of weeks. Ago and I mentioned Lorena McKenna needs simple you know she kind of dropped out she. Was there and, then she, was gone. And I reflected on that a little, bit and I said you know you're right Heard much, from Lorena, McKenna lately And I got, a fax from her office today which. Is kind of interesting and. Tragic and, I had no idea Canadian singer Lorena McKinnon's songs have. Helped popularize Celtic music is donating the proceeds of her new album to, a fund to promote water safety following the, drowning of her fiance last year Again, it's double, CD live, in Paris and Toronto was originally available only by mail, from here her Quinlan road company but now it's, going to be released commercially next month. So we've all got some. More Lorena. McKenna to look forward to and again it's a double CD called live in Paris and Toronto which is I guess what she, does not a bad life all in all That's the news on Rita McKenna, and I,.
"llerena" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This is Kim Gordon overcast sixty seven at O'Hare. Alderman, Marge Llerena wanna mayor emanuel's closest allies announced today. She will not seek reelection ending fifty three years of her family service. That's according to the sand times. Laurino says it's time. I've been here through six elections, Illinois, Senator dick Durbin praising his colleague, John McCain. After the Zona Republicans, family announced. He was discontinuing medical treatment for brain. Cancer determined courageous tough those are the words German uses to describe McCain who was a prisoner of, war in Vietnam for more than five and a half years turbans says when he, first met him he was starstruck Illinois Democrat, says he knows that in the closing hours minutes of his life, McCain will continue, to show that. Same courage he is, head for his country his whole life John McCain he says is an American hero Judy pilot WGN news vice president. Pence speaking at a Republican national lawyers association luncheon. In, Washington today commenting on the confirmation process of supreme. Court nomination the supreme court nomination abroad cavenaugh five Senate Democrats announced they. Were opposed to President Trump's nominee. To the supreme court. Before President Trump nominated judge Brett, cavenaugh, that's not advise and consent that, is simply. Obstruct and oppose Democratic, Senator Dianne John Feinstein tweeting, this afternoon, that judiciary committee Democrats have requested Kavanagh's hearing beat PROST pound democratic lawmakers have been pushing for, the release. More documents related to Kavanagh's past work President Trump says he's. Directed secretary of state Mike Pompeo to delay a, trip to North Korea citing insufficient progress on denuclearization Trump lay some blame on China's saying. He does, not believe China is helping, because of are, much tougher trading stance with China the national guard and firefighters on the big, island of Hawaii have rescued six people who. Are trapped in a flooded home, as hurricane lane. Unleashes torrential, rain no, one was hurt the. Northwest Indiana father of two boys who died in the kankakee, river this week have been formerly charged, investigators say thirty four year old Eric Patillo tested. Positive for both heroin and marijuana his four and two year old sons were pulled from the water unresponsive on Tuesday fire crews and blue island are investigating. An early morning fire at the historic maple tree in blue island fire chief Dan Rita says they believed the building is salvageable but it was an intense fight,.
"llerena" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Ninety nine do. You know who you're listening to right now Her name is Serena McKinnon's Llerena McKenna she is a Canadian singer. And probably the best along with Gordon Lightfoot scientific Gordon here not long ago but Llerena is very. Special to. Me and her music is very special to me I was actually, talking to, Gordon Lightfoot. Couple of weeks ago and. I mentioned Lorena McKenna needs simple you know she kind of dropped out she was there and then she was gone, and I reflected on that a little bit and I said you know you're right Won't heard much, from Lorena, McKenna lately And I, got a fax from her office today. Which is kind of interesting. And tragic, and I had no idea Canadian singer Lorena McKinnon's songs. Have helped popularize Celtic music is donating the proceeds of her new album. To a fund to promote water safety following the drowning of her fiance last year Again, it's double, CD live, in Paris and Toronto was originally available only by mail. From here her equivalent road company but now it's, going to be released commercially next month. So we've all got some. More Llerena. McKenna to look forward to and again it's a double CD called live in Paris and Toronto which is I guess what she, does not a bad life all and all That's the news marina McKinnon, and I, had.
"llerena" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Discovering that and before that rocky eriksson track we had japan a new some with clam crab cockle cowry kind of hard to say um off of her ep joey a new some in the easa street band kind of a play on words after the easter banned um and before that we had a track called living the classics by aldous harding off her album party that came out this year on for eighty one of my favorite releases of two thousand seventeen her she's she's from new zealand and her mother is actually a famous folk musician named llerena harding who i checked out after having heard of her daughter and she is good in her own right so my our i've heard none of these view of no are offered none of these harding's not to be confused the tonya harding no no there is a movie about that one boot yeah but i am limo ortega yano or not going but some of her going to you're going to see the tanya movie i look i look forward to it it looks pretty good i haven't seen anything but have heard it i haven't watch of of television to catch a preview or something for all eu soufiane stevens fans i think he released i don't know if it's a a full album or just a couple songs but he released a song about tonya harding in the last couple of weeks that this kind of rural areas should abiola check that out it's on his band camp um anyhow that when you're done listening to of course right of course the on tuesday morning folk show yeah keep tuning in hate you tell them we figured out a name i think so we should okay we got background music for this the anouncement here because and this isn't folk folkmusic this isn't both business brian nino boats cut sounds kind of fochi but actually katie came in with this sheets she started calling.
"llerena" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"It's a real gone and it might be sold it that story was used by scientists to detect conscious awareness in a man who had been in a vegetative state for more than fifteen years and not only that scientists are also hoping to use the power of story to reach for conscious awareness and people who were in a coma or even those under the influence of anesthesia for surgery and are at risk of waking up dr llerena naci is an assistant professor of psychology at trinity college dublin she's also a canadian doctor naci welcome to the program thank you why did you think you could reach into a vegetative patient using a story like alfred hitchcock's bang you're dead i been curious for a long time what they preserve mental life off somebody who is thought to be in a vegetative state and seem spy i'll clinical signs to be unaware in unconscious the what's there might be thinking and what preserved consciousness that there might be there and in terms of using alfred each cox short story i felt that narratives have this amazing power to blessing and create an immersive experience that engages us in a very natural way in the same way as the real world does and they wanted to capitalize on this because bring injured patients have a lot of difficulty paying attention and otherwise responding to arbitrary instructions i thought if i could show some that was natural engaging in intriguing i might be able to pull out their natural attention and their ability to think about the world that is just comes natural to them well one exactly user vegetative yes so the vegetative state is clinically defined as of behavioral diagnosis of somebody who does not respond at the bedside to the commands of the clinical staff and they appear to lack awareness of themselves and of their environment we'll how did you first establish what their brains supposed to look like if they were consciously aware so hill my.
"llerena" Discussed on Reveal
"They left the burke center that same day that night they celebrated with pizza incarnation saada at a mexican restaurant a couple of months after their release i visited lorena and carlos where they live now in indianapolis they share a twostorey house with a family they knew from honduras the family supports them while lorraine awaits for the government's permission to work she shows me their new room in the basement joking it's too messy for pictures on what am i know there's a mound of cartoon character blankets on the bed a small refrigerator in some dirty laundry cascading from a hamper most importantly though she says there's privacy nobody else comes there let me about the enemy v o f carlos hovers close to his mom playing a game on a tablet or burrowing under the blankets and squealing they share the same good humor but also the lingering effects of detention former fowdie when i first left detention center i was still very confused the it was hard to put everything in order in my mind tara llerena lifts the leg of her pink genes to reveal a black plastic ankle monitor about k i feel good here i really do but if he loves but i am always being watched that keeps her from feeling truly free carlos acts like a goofball sometimes but his mood swings are intense burkhead that hey if i think it has to do with the tension before he cried a lot now it's change to anger.
"llerena" Discussed on KOMO
"The two thousand eighteen budget seattle city council members say they want more accountability from police when it comes to the department's shoring overtime costs goal pete combs has more from today's budget committee meeting it's quickly apparent that seattle to the council members want more from the police department there getting as they try to figure out a budget for 2018 councilmember llerena consultant geoff as an expression of my overall frustration level love oh that is an present as it relates ted as how whose department a lot of that frustration has to do with soaring overtime costs that spd how much you ask we'll city staffer amy sizes awad last year and average of fourteen thousand hours of overtime to me the need or approximately add an overtime costs of six in forty five thousand dollars per year all this comes as the seattle times reports the fbi is now investigating the seattle police officers killed over allegations of intimidation and pricefixing when asked if there's any truth to the allegations guild leader kevin stuck he says apple with pete combs komo news seattle police say they have arrested a honey one year old woman in connection with the murder wednesday night in west seattle evicted was found wounded near 31st avenue south west and southwest fissile about seven pm died at the scene detectives are looking for a second suspect they do not believe the shooting was random the sheriff's office major who's running against sitting king county sheriff john her car to november election says she's the right person for the job major mitzi joe hank nick does our komo her by herb weisbaum morale has suffered the department the agency needs to get its focus back to public service and working with our communities make them safe and i want to work actively with our communities too reimagined and reshape the mission of law enforcement but are cart says those accusations are unfair telling us crime is down and it's just a small core of senior leaders who opposed.
"llerena" Discussed on KOMO
"And select one of them to be mayor until november 28th llerena gonzalez's and tim burgess are said to be the frontrunners charlie harger komo news for now though harrell is the mayor of she atal any did sign four executive orders of mungomo were a proposal that amazon asking the company to build each second headquarters here in seattle he signalled his displeasure with the design layout of the new juvenile hall being built in the city and he also confesses to being a bit of a neat freak i'm sure i'm gonna get in trouble when i say this loose i have my family around what i say something like this our city has become filthy you sign in order asking for public input on where the ten filthiest areas in the city are and then you'll have city departments clean them up now the city of chicago has won a battle over the federal government that will help the city of seattle it was over fed refunds going to sanctuary cities now a judge ruled that the trump administration cannot keep grant money from going to those sanctuary cities if they refuse to cooperate with immigration agents the ruling applies to the entire country including seattle the justice department has not announced if it is going to appeal komo news time is ten 04 let's check aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours and get the latest all right now we do have some ongoing construction and veering area that's taking up two lanes highway 509 at five eighteen two left lanes are closed we are looking at a bit of slow traffic right now on i 5 northbound direction west seattle bridge off and on to the 522 interchange other than that pretty much gloom sailing anywhere he wanna go our next report at ten fourteen i'm john nelson komo news and taking a quick look at the forecast here's zone filtered sunshine today will still colored mostly sunny are highs today they're going to be in the low to mid 70s depending on where you are over the next couple of days though ubs big change on the way for sunday is temperatures tumbled to the mid 60s increasing clouds during the day on sunday showers by the end in fact a temperatures going to stay home the.
"llerena" Discussed on KOMO
"Say they are sure on answers and wanna know why police shot and killed young mother during a burglary call last night people had a chance to share those frustrations at a public hearing organized by councilmember llerena gonzalez on the campus goals dole marina was there and talk with council member chalmers want in others you spoke out he was family members who initially pushed for this hearing because they wanted to directly questioned the chief of police customer gonzales says chief kathleen o'toole declined to attend a fairly disappointing although icons ends i prized chief told the lobby here glance at questions i really is a tragedy one paul's out to help the consequences of their call for help more of a nightmare them what they were afraid of first place you folks on the city council we elected you and you're going to do something this time you're not gonna let this killer get away for two officers involved say lyle's was trying to stab them in the apartment and even if they had the situation they say called for deadly force one of the officers is now facing an internal investigation for not carrying a stungun dole marino corners as for not attending police you can lead to explained in an email who begins policy to take part she added that she has met with allows family privately we've posted the cheese full email with the story at komonewscomfire monthbymonth it's getting more difficult by a home hearing seattle once again over the last month prices climbed almost six percent according to standard and poor's case schiller report in february and march there were similar increases while low mortgage rates are appealing to homebuyers they are also facing bidding wars that are.