25 Burst results for "Lucienne"

"lucienne" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"lucienne" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Is allegedly wearing the ladies very thin diaper and she's in. The office is on the ground. Like plans for the building. She's like an architect something like that and they have the blueprints on the ground and so she like legally blonde pence way over but right up in everyone else's space no stripper. Whatever possibly ever cheetahs already place else but she's in the workplace but no worry there's no urine coming through because she's got the ladies itsy-bitsy thin z. Wednesay diaper on. I was like holy cow. Look at what is going on in the pants. You women you ever stop. What in your pants to never stop. What god the moment. You're born tinkled time. Just moving along design flaws somebody challenges. You're wetting your pants. And if god's this incredible feeling chivalry feeling every time you fill a newspaper he or you feel a whole block thing then fi. You can't on the field of it now. So i looked real quick online. I can't stand the feel of and first thing is paper and people are saying. I can't say ever since i was a kid when i was in school i would have to keep my can't my hands moisturised with lucienne. If lotion wasn't available. I licked my fingers on the side of my hand. Plus i use it transparency for the hand to lay on while i'm writing if my hands were moist i did not experience the uncomfortable touch of failings of low. Never that bad.

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"lucienne" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

04:44 min | 5 months ago

"lucienne" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"That houses a lot of photos the prince of her work and a lot of of which will talk about but also a piece of art. That i'm gonna come back and bother. Do you know what. I'm talking about going with this. It's anything with it. I found a book that shiro. When how old was she nine. Nine years old. And i'm just thumbing through. It's at the top of this cardboard box or something in there actually. It was inside this intricate walnut chest. That glowed when i looked and i saw this manuscript made by a precocious nine year. Old with sketching. And it's about a cat right at about a biography of tomcat. It is an incredible book. If you're shroud there and art book publisher. I block is famous artist. Right with a huge pedigree. She's published a lot of books. A lot of works Famous photos famous list. There is an unpublished book that she wrote and illustrated which was nine years old. The autobiography of time of tomcat. That would be a best seller if you put it out there with the story even if it wasn't lucienne blocks work it's incredible but the fact that it has this huge pedigree publishers out there because i know there are thousands of you listening. Get a hold of this yen allen and make a deal a good deal. That book is amazing. And then i saw glassworks that she had done hood ornament different things like that. So she was a an artist of various tribes who were to various mediums. What was her. What was her now that she helped with glassworks in astrodome. College there holland at okay. Yeah but helped transition factory into more than just a glass factory but also to kind of placed. Its now famous for its glass art. Yes what was her sort of career. Arc is there an easy way to find that no. It's not easy. She really she actually wanted to be the second michelangelo..

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"lucienne" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"lucienne" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"And today i am joined by artist. Art historian and friend lucian allen Lucian is someone. I've been fortunate to know in the real world along with her husband. David and i can vouch. Absolutely for their super niceness lucian is one of these artists who's born into a of artists and in her case super accomplished famous artists and part of her work her passion entails keeping the family works of art and all the stories that go with them fresh fresh in the minds of the public and in the hands of collectors of course her grandmother was lucian block the widely renowned murless photographer and sculptor and loosens deep and lasting friendship with frida kahlo and diego. Rivera is a lot about what we're going to talk about in just a minute. The three of them form a mutual admiration society that lasted a lifetime. So if you're a freda or diego fan or both this is a talk that should interest you and guess who ends great grandfather was classic music lover. You might have already guessed it ernest. Bloch so yeah. This is one crazy talented family. What i really love about talking with lucienne was hearing the comfortable passion. She has for sharing her family's story. I've had some friends with super luminary family members who've have not been able to find peace with or escape from the shadow of fame. Not not here here. We have someone who is honored to be able to fulfill that role within and four her family. I think it's great..

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Navalny "A Horrible Skeleton" in Court Appearance After Hunger Strike

Here and Now

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Navalny "A Horrible Skeleton" in Court Appearance After Hunger Strike

"Last week. Here's NPR's Lucienne Kim Alexei Navalny looked gaunt as he appeared on a video monitor with a short head toe appeal. A court ordered fine. According to court reporters, Navalny briefly addressed his wife, Yuliya in the courtroom and joked that he now weighs as much as he did in seventh grade. Vanni ended his hunger strike last week, saying he was getting some of the medical attention. He demanded that he was listening to his doctors who warned his life was in danger. With Navalny locked away. Authorities have targeted his political organization as an extremist group. Bonnie's allies are now disbanding his nationwide network of regional offices to protect activists from prosecution. Lucian Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow This is NPR news lie from news 88 7 in Houston. I

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Sevilla April Fair - Pre-Covid

Travel with Rick Steves

01:52 min | 5 months ago

Sevilla April Fair - Pre-Covid

"The week. Surrounding the easter holiday are traditionally a big time to celebrate with the family and spain even while spain has to prevent the crowds of pre. Covid times a little longer. By cancelling the big april fair again this year. Let's anticipate how celebrate vs biggest social event of the again next year local guide. Concepcion delgado joined us a few years ago to describe how they normally like to pull out all the stops in her hometown. Concepcion thanks for being here thank you. What does april fair into who've grown up in severe well april her age like the explosion of life. No he's like the explosion of colour c k. Everybody happy and having party. What are you celebrating life. I mean is it a spring thing and there was no. There was a reason why the fibia was started. But it has nothing to do with that anymore. It was a livestock market to improve. The economy of the people were gathering there not clear whores on cows and old that but Because people had to spend a few days while they were selling out older animals they were taking some food and wine along on. Does the only thing that's a revised now actual industrial horse market that had affair with it and now the horse businesses nuts so important in the in the party survives. That's good and lucienne style for a way that all the warring stuff anti-subversion correct now an end lucia do different cities have a professor or is it always the same date in the in the big city. All of them have a fair. But it doesn't need to me in an spring fair anymore. seventy starts severe. Sat which has been celebrating a fairy for longer but the rest of an alluvia adopted that idea of having party in spring or fall and they do a federal. So you can come to on the luthier. From april winds heaviest starts to september up to get to a town. Where a ferry as going on.

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"lucienne" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

03:09 min | 7 months ago

"lucienne" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"So also. By the way anyone from delaware showing anywhere is a red flag. Come on delaware heard of delaware. They've got a ferris wheel. All right delaware. So we've got a punch named after them. There's a beverage. I don't think you guys have it in america but it's called delaware punch and probably the shittiest drink ever. It's like sugar and colors sugar and purple coloring and for some reason they make it in what in myla fucking weird all right national drink. That's that is very fitting of delaware. I used to drink delaware punch when i was a kid. Yeah yeah Well i'm from california. So you're from wisconsin. So i was probably a little closer to the guadalajara. Drink situation sure. That's fair so women's going to school. He also somewhere along. The way picked up spanish and became fluent in spanish. He probably picked up because he was in the summer. We'll work on crops. It's contagious their mexican will bide you start saying. Hey kiddo. yeah who we tell you honey. Something happened at work tonight. Number little a mexican bit me. Finish i will have turned. I need some tackles now. I mean nothing back and cheese will be fine quickly. Give me the puck must fight. Lucienne does.

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E-Ternal: New Technology and the Quest to 'Live' Forever

WSJ The Future of Everything

04:11 min | 9 months ago

E-Ternal: New Technology and the Quest to 'Live' Forever

"While medical equipment is scattered around the house and a nurses always present lucienne cates. Home is far from depressing their close mother daughter team they tease each other and joke and mali's always providing comfort. She tends to sit on lucy's lap or bed begging for pets or scratches people baio digital legacy moment bloke. Who's going after. Kate isn't as tech savvy as her daughter and while she has an iphone and watches net flicks. She worries about managing the tech. Lucy plans to leave behind. We sat in the kitchen together sipping tea and eating doughnuts while she showed me all the photos of lucy and the rest of the family. That's cave five now teeth. Yes she was so well she still photos are what most people think about the memories that they're going to have who passes what about all of this digital like see stuff for you you're going to have this whole other body of things that lucy's written online and videos maybe it will make it easy might be one released now. Maybe in tom a will be able to look back and think. Oh no she did do a thing. It went replace kate. Skepticism made me realize that considering what those who survive us want is court all this. I also had hunch that there were some tech options out there. That might work better for her than she might think. I'd like to now. Go talk to a couple of other companies and see what they're making and see if you would be on board with either trying them or seeing if they'd work for you must be great even if i don't use those platforms but won't give me ideas and thoughts of ways can make an impact and how legacy and why the not considered thank you guys so much. It was so great to meet you. Thank you for everything we say. And i thank you so few weeks later i went where i typically go to find new tack the san francisco bay area and true silicon valley tradition. Where did i find innovator. Really thinking about this problem in his garage. Hello are you there dad. In two thousand and sixteen james host recorded twenty hours of interviews with his father who had just been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. James eventually transcribed the interviews so that they would be searchable and then he used that transcript to create a chat bot that responds to messages with text audio and photos. Think of it. Like a customer service by james types inquiries on his computer and bought replies with passages from those interviews sometimes. They're accompanied by an audio clip or a photo he lovingly called it. Dad bought Did you meet mom. Mom was reversal after the rehearsal morning. So why did you ultimately decide to make that by. I wanted to make the dad. But because i wanted to have a way to get at my dad's story and has got better at the programming part of it. I started to think more and more about capturing some of his personality and his way of being in the world watch from the sky the look i love that song. I liked that one myself. Do you interact with your dad via the pretty often. It's like oh this have him sing one of his songs or tell one of his jokes and per them all before but there's something in hearing his voice. That's that's comforting was. James has experienced making dad bought. That made him wanna give everyone a similar opportunity in the fall of twenty nineteen. He started a company called hereafter. Ai

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The Last Of Us

Beyond!

07:46 min | 1 year ago

The Last Of Us

"Hello, everyone. My name is Jonathan Dornbush and this is a very special episode of podcast beyond because today we're going to be diving very deep into the last of us. Part to a full spoilers are in effect. If you haven't played the game, turn back now. Go play at go finish. It and then come back. Listen to this episode because we are going to dive. Into full spoiler territory with Lucille. O'Brien my have numbers with me, but more importantly I'm sorry, Lucy you don't have the highest honor this episode because we are joined by Neil Druckman and Halley, gross naughty dog for the last of US partout. Thank you both so much for being here and speaking with us today. They have. So the. House he twenty twenty being guys. Around. Warring Year of my life. Nothing. Much of note has happened this year. Definitely, so we'll. We'll try to find something to talk about this episode. I know Lucienne myself both have a ton that we want to ask you about and talk about with certain as much as I'd love to spend the next thirty minutes exclusively. Honoring the memory of Shimmer there are some conversations I do. WanNa get into and I. WE WE ARE GONNA go into spoiler, so it's going to get there. I Will Get National Story Beats. I promise but I did want to talk about. The I think just jumping right into the structure of the story for me would be a really interesting place to start because Neil you and I spoke a little bit before the game came out, and we talked a bit about sort of how the structure of the game chain through development, and I was sort of curious. If you could both talk about you know primarily, we have this sort of to factor story of the first half, really focusing on Elliot's journey, and then the second half focusing on Abbey's journey mostly in Seattle, but a little bit Jackson. How how did that story flow evolve? As you began to crack the story in figure out what you wanted to both explore? Whatever we had this kind of concept of constructive story about empathy by seeing two sides of a conflict. We had the two sides, but they are kind of distribution was different. Initially, this game was going to be open world with several different hubs. And the original was going to be playing abby. Some back story on her and her friends attack. They get rescued by Joel and Tommy and get. A. Help into Jackson and you spent a while in Jackson doing missions before some critical point, or you would reveal who she is as you would be struggling with this choice and kill Joel in annual take on his Elliott going on this journey to Seattle become the second hub of trying to find all these people in them. Eventually Confront Abby. But then as we were putting the story together, just filled with with the game, we were trying to make historic trying to tell with characters. We had our disposal. It didn't make sense for it to be open, moral and those. Aspects felt like there to conflict, and that's when really around the time like Halley, came on and kind of talk high level about the goals of what we're trying to do. And then it became more wide linear with some kind of more open areas but where we try to get to the inciting incident much more quickly, which is the death of all, and then get on with the journey, and then some point midway through switch perspectives to show Abbey set store. I don't remember yeah funny. You brought back the open world thing I don't like all right. The first like three weeks of my time at naughty dog were just like. Can we make it open world and like trying to make that work, and then realizing how much it sort of. Screws with steaks and tension building, and so we. We moved off of that, but we really played with structure. I mean throughout the entire process, so yes, the game is currently divided between largely between I. Steph Ellie second-half Abbey, but. We entertained. Inter cutting. We entertained moving parts around the flashbacks of all move I mean. The living thing this game. Yeah! I can't imagine it being an open wells. I think you're right because it is. It's source structured in a way that every every resumes when you're in an open world game, you're constantly distracted by this. Because they distracted by this little fitch quest, catch, seven chickens or something, concert imagined that interrupting the story so ultimately pleased that you went in the direction that you winton. Is Is there any sort of part of me. That thinks Oh God okay. The loss of story could be told in an open world setting. Yes, and I think we. The design team actually came with a bunch of interesting. Aspects to play in the world in open world setting and adjust. All while those ideas were interesting and provocative, they didn't fit. The characters were playing. I don't WanNa get into specifics. Wherever use any of those ideas? But it just too many things one concert each other. We have to make some hard choices as far as what game game we WANNA make. As, you're saying that the beginning. It came down to this idea of seeing empathy and telling that from two different sides and obviously something to preserve stories spoilers in where the story would go, because it does really demand, be played, I feel. It started out as you know on a like a product facing way a story about revenge. Why did? Though at the end of the day, wanting to really get down to empathy in this world, be sort of the catalyst for your interest in the story. I think that was the emotional core of what we were after. In targeted through and trying to figure out what is conflict about it? It was really to show. How Simonis characters are and how much conflict and so much of this for myself, I think the team is inspired by real world events where you have sides of conflict, and you see how they often dehumanized the other side to justify atrocious behavior. and. We felt through game. Play the putting in the shoes of Elliot to get you to fee, also ask certain feelings and put you in the second half of the game and through empathy through. Seeing the consequences, not just what you've done, but like what you've taken away. From his people get you to reflect on it. And that was kind of like what we were always after. I cannot track of of of your question. I just curious sort of of the. Sort of. Subverting that expectation, because so many of us went in expecting a revenge story, but I do things that I've taken away the most that empathy and that love and that care. That's the thing which is like maybe to a fault. We tried so hard to protect the experience players experience. We've done with the first game. Right within the last one never revealed why you're transporting Elliot from one coast to another, and ultimately the game is about the unconditional love. A parent feels for their child, and the sacrifice did. Megan is a feel to talk about that head on who will be taken away with experiences so for here? The say a here's an experience about empathy. You would play the first half. and You keep waiting for the shoe to drop. Your House is going to reflect back so instead. We presented something much simpler and then let you see how complex it is when

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Supplements Are Not Integral to Muscle Building

20 Minute Fitness

04:02 min | 2 years ago

Supplements Are Not Integral to Muscle Building

"We kick start this episode. I do want to say that supplements on not integral to Muscle Alah building is not compulsory to be smashing protein. Powders and as in order to build muscle supplements are exactly what they say in the name. They should be Supplementary or additional to a regular balanced diet when you're thinking about muscle building you need to remember the core principles of gaining muscles lion being a calorie surplus so you're taking more energy than you're spending your seen each be training. Your muscles are putting them on the attention on those trading and causes the muscles to get micro tears in the muscle fibers and then when you let the muscle repair a cellular proce occurs whereby muscle fibers fused together to form a new proteins. Rondo my fibrils WPRO Margaret rose increase in thickness and number to create muscle hypertrophy or muscle grave very oversimplified version of. What exactly is going on? And because I wanted to specifically focus on supplementation overseas well you all know that you need to progressively overload your muscles trading so this is increasing the weights or resistance is over time as well as the the volume. You could do instead every week or the rest time. In between different sets for example so supplementation does not come into any any of these core principles however obviously I mentioned that the stars you do need to have a balanced diet and that means you need begetting. Adequate protein as protein is is made up pollino acids which are the building blocks for muscle growth and you need to be getting enough. Protein to achieve protein synthesis to prison. Thesis is a naturally Klay carrying process in which protein is produced to repent muscle damage caused by intense exercise. And this is where all supplements obviously come into play. Many people are very busy sometimes to understand that they need adequate levels of each different macronutrients into their body and yeah shoveling for time in so consuming a protein shake obviously made by one of the big supplement. Companies would be my approach to nutrition. They tried to make it as convenient quick possible to help you. Hit adequate protein level spy providing protein shakes which can be made to own meal and they usually contain around twenty grams of protein per shake and according to Doug Putting Jones soon who has a PhD in his and professor of nutrition and metabolism at the University of Texas Medical Branch. Skeletal Muscle Protein. Synthesis is maximized by I twenty five to thirty five grams of protein during a meal. So if you get in that twenty gums from a protein shake medal of maybe in thirty grams the milk you have your obviously getting the maximum. Absorption of protein into the muscles for growth underpass. Now there are loads of other supplements. I weren't guarantee today from pre workouts which contain ingredients such it just be to alanine which is an acid increases. The levels of Kon Zien in your muscle was on. This is key when it comes to controlling muscle fatigue so you can trayful longer and get more volume in your workouts putting your Muslim. The more strache honesty aiming for progressive load there's also as or branched chain amino acids and what's the most important of these is Lucienne. This activator certain Paul Way in the body that actually stimulates the process of muscle protein synthesis however no other way protein does contain all this angelino acids needed to build muscle. So you don't necessarily need amino acids as supplements as well as away protein on as I said there are many other supplements delve into today. We might look at at in later on episodes which is blue to me and then creating but the main point I wanted to crawl slots the Most commonly supplement such as way protein or other Persian supplements on not essential to Muslim Persian decision to building muscle. Best if you recognize you. Struggle to get an adequate levels of protein than supplementation could be the way to go to enjoy O.. Hitting your daily macro goals. Hopefully that was very insightful. For you learned a lot are now you can stand. You don't need spending hundreds of dollars a month on a different supplements

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Cannibalistic Beanie Babies

The Ladies of Strange

10:00 min | 2 years ago

Cannibalistic Beanie Babies

"Lucienne in the late fifteenth century. This story occurs between the fifteenth and a Sony learned from his hardworking father who was a hedger richer which I just mm-hmm motes notes full of crocodile castles in Scotland that is what it means to ten making sure we're not the Jersey his new bride relocated to Irish Shire Scotland and set up their home in Benin it's worth noting that some sources say that Agnes was accused by her hometown of being a witch Beneton Gabe was imposing with tunnels warming their way through the rock for over a mile sleet researching something about the hey I have to reference this ah no thanks you're on your own best friend so this cave which so basically they were like we hate people P. Right yeah we're going to live in the fair too much light is coming into the entry way but some nice drapery being family over the next twenty five years five years of this cave came with a water feature Oh that's Nice Weiss today at high tide the cave's entrance ah yeah this is a great neighborhood to raise my family claustrophobia and drowning are door no side doors French doors being flooded sorry mom I'm moving out before you cut the after a while Sony had a great idea thing in order to prevent these disappearances I applies trips that also involved the disposing of evidence his cited to start passages get blocked one off and say kids this is daddy's cave back off so you guys understand what I so the high protein diet speaking babies seemed to be exactly what Mrs Bean needed I really hope one of them was named ty I've no idea there's fourteen of them there's saying that in fifteenth century Scotland it's highly unlikely all children survived to swatow holy Cannoli as children grew up a clan was born why did you imagine can you imagine on your tender like enjoys the want that animal ism sure whatever you do you but the cave thing to not only board children of their own as in with each other but also bore children wolfpack pretty much with one source stating they produce eighteen grandsons and fourteen daughter Bernice son child members total living in one cave yeah eating human yeah and having sex with each other eleven gave as wondering amble cuisine how could they possibly kill enough people to feed fifty people Mila nowhere and when a family butchered a cow a lot of times the cow will be split up into but the point I'm making is like it it it can go ways either way they learned the segway does it make sense now why I chose the blood prince go yeah oh gross so a major component of pickling in this eventually resulted in decaying body parts that showed signs of preservation sounds like a really stupid way to get caught well that's not what got them caught oh but they do get caught it was that the U. Q. was some sources stating any persons could've hundre person pickle pickle person because we're hundred persons per person if they're I don't know how many people can one cannibal eat the cannibal good eat I performing the robbing and murdering causing some of them to leave to prove their innocence and

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"lucienne" Discussed on Pioneers of Good

Pioneers of Good

16:27 min | 2 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on Pioneers of Good

"And welcome to another episode of Pioneers of goods. I'm here with the wonderful awful woman called Lucienne Shakya. Hello Hi thanks very much. It's great to have you on the show and thank you so much for joining me is really. It's really good to be here great so I invited you because I'm very curious about your coaching and your current business because what you describe yourself is is you you assist executive women who are struggling to thrive in their personal and professional lives and I see as quite strong nation that a lot of women are trying to drink a lot of balls and and sometimes we might be thriving in one area say our business but then we go home to a crumbling relationship or that source of empty bottle of wine from the night before and so I just I just wanted to hear how you got into this and also what you offering to your client says well really. I'm case the assumption. Yeah I think this assumption has come across quite a lot since I've started that women he lost accessible in professional is off successful in their life and something that I've grown to believe is that work life balance is not what it's all about say I'm more Abou how the king at work life integration so how your identity is a whole needs what you're looking for and there are many women I ny a ah like may have basically so the approval of others validation of what they did professionally by tearing of ever policy nine and being very good at what they do in climbing very very quickly but actually the groundwork in my sense of self in who they are isn't Escott era without professional identity is is they might like side that incomes appoint some of these women will really brady struggled to identify ways that professional identitat and the has lightened and there's a the gap back between the two and the West I intend to do I've been doing with a couple of women since I started working on building that real self awareness genesis and that really questioning about who you wall why you're doing what you're doing and not letting live off Ashi by says that when you come to retirement is pat on the back Shaikha the hand you'll find at Lisa kill one before but actually availed. It's been quite lacking. That's where I've decided to attack because it's something I saved Radi very very often radio often luncheon as that professional women who on a decent wage we're talking about the most was six figures but any woman who is taking executive decisions will eat her business all business that she worked school and he's very confident endearing perhaps than might be some niggling niggling aspects in there as well is really struggling outside of that identity wok yeah I mean we as a society to protect the women women are equal that it's fair but we forget the one point that we are different that we are wired and program to be monitoring to have maybe about please correct me if I'm wrong but more of a balancing our life as well and when we we focused more on the professional and neglect the personal as you just described that sometimes we that the void or the disconnect that's happens within ourselves. It can a candidate when the multiple identities men do have issue but I'm not a man and I I haven't been through that same identity crisis as a man as I have being a mother as time went straight back into. I'm because that's what I knew I could do not support gave me my competence on the guilt that was associated with that as well day down on new. That's what I wanted. I knew it was absolutely Ryan for me but my identity is a mother was questioned by May on via the people I worked as a my identity as a wife life as well as a friend and as assistant under the door united just having to really hold his shit together gotta when you know the what's rightfully year has not is not what everyone else thinks is rightfully an that gut instinct than Radi following your gotten doing if I think men United Nation of being a father and husband and when I've spoken to minimum may be wrong but I've son-in-law research on this that is not saying notion guilt guilty something that comes up so often women by guilt that that children have grown up and left the nest and they miss them guilt got they've left the nest Miss Them Gill we'll just guilds and the man is dragged continue to start seem to portray that often on it's it's the confidence to leave your identity esteem without fear of being labeled as one thing or another. I think it's carrying the shirts may be as well. I mean I'm not a mother mother. I am obviously a woman when you go to work. It's I should be at home and when you're at home I should be working and as you said maybe men find it easier to disconnect because it's more acceptable. It's society that they do what they do. Yes societies are formed on our assumptions of walked genders. This should be has been signing relatively recently changing. I was interesting for me is looking at CONNAH's gender as well side in my mind there are not genders. They're all united a lot of different identities that we have ascribed to genda fast out to be approach for women that was not of resistance from the peak in education because I always talk about being side inclusive of everybody reporting. I remember a few people off Maine. I this is completely against what you said about inclusion man you need. I need your help to and you know the more about that. The more I come to is actually my expertise my specialty easing my identity as a woman who is very career driven but is also a very natural mother and has been alive and is upon GonNa and that's what I know and that's their I can help mice and I have colleagues. He did that with men but that whole notion agenda has been really con- live being really topical since I've changed my job been really interesting that brings up a question because I am curious to how you actually you just said you've partly in education. How did you come up with this? Your gift is to the world's. Could you talk a little bit through your past. Yeah okay so it's a long one. Take time me around. Oh so like I always been very courageous and what I've known has been education education in something that is good solid education when I took out my under vegetation is Listrik Education side a child leaves the the school system the best system a better rounded human being more able to cope in the world than when percentage. It's my why opinion that the education system isn't doing that full as many grass it should say it is holly talk driven based on a- An assessment that ten year olds nine to ten year olds day on a morning in a primary school I trajectory is mapped doubt for their entire secondary school existence and in some schools every time they are graded on how well they are meeting that trajectory trey. I'm not assessment is in mountain English and that's used against drama music. Languages Science is pay every every skill but they're expected today is based on how well you did that morning when he stopped by exam and that's the school's indicator of how well that doing how much value that adding to that child's potential is not child reaching this lego ago. Are they above it. How much value is there in that difference? Or how much negative value is there a difference and that's what the schools are reporting to parents. Hiring is reporting two children. It's the barometer that teaches success is what is the child's success. I'm essentially of the school success us as well. It's really unhealthy. It's really really unhealthy so I did my masters in education patients looking at the human being in the costume and focus specifically on languages it is obvious head of department full languages and then got more and more emotionally involved in how education was helping our a young equal and that's it form cheater seeing more and more kids getting anxious not a really kind of distress stressed out today and not feeling like I was able to do not about a staunchly to make me question my place was in that and how many I've been affected by that and my son who's all tastes was excluded from his Krahn re school because essentially he wasn't GonNa meet at target they couldn't you call in properly and so all that stuff going on out there to make me look in here. How will I was doing was I actually going to be able to help these people within education and in February this year I decided that I was going to have have more of an impact outside of education when people's well-being filling the gaps left behind compared with being inside education Haitian and having to walk around parameters of the school system basically and with that comes at all so sharing way in ado in how oh can did not true maybe to make the house jeans but actually I really feel like it needs to? They want to plug that gap people he left school he had gone into a career like date knowing that's what they can do but actually not being given the opportunity to explore his arm will they're capable 's and instead of being safe doing something that's high nearing all interesting all different and that's kind of where then Stein the head and it's quite a bold move as well to leave that safe secure job into the unknown the abyss yes so I've I've had a decent pain for a decent amount of time and as all the end of this month I don't right now. I have clients I have pain clients but I have that security anymore but that is not as important today as my soul being back and doing something that chest where I just don't feel having enough impact yeah so the thought is when you're working with these ladies first fill the gap in that you leave you leave your job. In February you realize is that you want to help female entrepreneurs especially the top level management. How did you create your sense coaching model and when did you start to source have launched back into their communities master really interesting question because when I started I I registered the company essense coach because I wanted today they was help people make sense of who they were? They were going and really naive. green to the whole saying not not knowing what I was doing joined Annemasse say became accredited through my house coaching and education etc and masterminding rate which you on by Schneider very around was basically informed all made a bit more savvy in terms of business and how I would be able to unreachable people so if I did decide to pivot working with women. Did this which I've done already once going from helping everyone to help women. I'm using my name bicy- kate was the things that I needed today so it's made that's how that's what these anti sense cage became the model. 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This action was taking this door that you're thinking belief that you have about your cells and it's Radi- I found it to be Radi way for me to understand my client and for the client understand sells said I have already brady strong background in psychology this with your guys sites and witty drama triangles and this was just mind why if working out what what are the things that add keeping these people from having authentic conversations comfortable conversations or challenging conversations without fading fading that guilt and we work through that Mike assign the Fed stages sense catchy model and then based on that is my knowledge each through my coaching mentoring said get these people to place if they want to be. It's been some interesting 'cause you developed. They savings as a teacher. You develop your curriculum. You developed your pounding and united have targets need Mesh but this is just so I much more pass no and thankful and helpful so I've loved him in it. 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"lucienne" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Back in December. The Trump administration gave Russia a deadline. Russia had sixty days to comply with an arms control treaty. Now time is running out and secretary of state Mike Pompeo is expected to announce the United States is withdrawing from the nineteen eighty-seven intermediate range nuclear forces or I n f treaty NPR's. Lucian Kim is covering the story from Moscow. Hi lucienne. Good morning. I nine hundred eighty seven treaty. I got a note that almost half of this country almost half the United States Americans weren't even born when this treaty was signed probably a lot of people have never thought about it. So why does this treaty matter in two thousand nineteen well, it's really hard to downplay the significance of this treaty because it was one of the symbols of the end of the Cold War. It was signed by Ronald Reagan and the Soviet leader Mitchell, Gorbachev and eliminated medium range land based nuclear missiles, which vastly reduced. Tensions in Europe that was important because it gave Russian leaders a little more time to decide if they were really under attack or if it was a false alarm, oh trying to make sure you didn't have an accidental nuclear catastrophe. Exactly. And now the Trump administration's decision to withdraw as not just coming out of the blue. The Obama administration was already complaining about a Russian missile. The US says it it's range, violates the IMF treaty, and that it's already been deployed here. We have secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, speaking back in December the United States today, declares it is found Russia in material breach of the treaty and we'll suspend our obligations as a remedy effective in sixty days unless Russia returns to fall and verifiable compliance. Well, here we are in February and that deadline is running out and the US is expected to announce its withdrawal now, and I guess we should note the Trump administration President Trump is very publicly withdrawn from a lot of international agreements. He doesn't seem to like them. But in this case. There. According to the US anyway is evidence and European allies seemed to be on board. But was what is Russia's say about all this? Well, the Russians say they won't accept what they call ultimatums. They say the US has already made this decision a long time ago, and they're just looking for a pretext. They say the missile in question under scrutiny is not in violation. Actually last week. They invited military attaches and journalists to look at the launch tube of this missile, and that was supposed to convince lay people that Russia's not in violation. Russia kind of flips the story the narrative and says in fact, the US's in violation US missile defense sites in eastern Europe could be quickly retooled to launch Tomahawk cruise missiles as what the Russian say. And they also say that armed US drones. Really stretched the definition of what you call a medium range missile. I think we have a President Putin's speaking last fall right here. So what are you saying here is that the main question is what the US will do? Now if it will base those medium range missiles in Europe again. And that if it does Russia would have to respond and target European countries in return. Well, there you are with the new arms race Lucian. Thanks so much. Thanks, steve. That's NPR's. Lucian kim. When story core rolled into Laramie, Wyoming Rodger McDaniel came into the booth to remember his father Johnny McDaniel worked as a miner for a while. He.

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"lucienne" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"We'll all this refurbish equipment. You got the train with me. And you know, experience he's got old school Nautilus stuff got everything. But it, but it looks brand new. It's all refurbished painted new chains. Everything is perfect condition. So I love that old school stuff the train. It's like when you know, we're doing some exercises. I still do the old school exercises. But I do like machines pullovers today. You got other questions? Andrew you guys just have to check this video out when you're talking about food and family and stuff this is being pasta. I mean, not at my ball. Yeah. So is this your whole family by their? That's that's. Was this common? Like was this. What I would do on Sunday. Look what I'm eating. I'm eating out of this little container. They did a really good job because they don't even show what you're eating everyone killing pasta and swigging here. It is. It is. Broccoli fish while they're eating all that other stuff. Yeah. That was a concoction. Were that many people in your house kind of all the time? Families. You have these big dance Sunday was a very important grandmothers. How I mean, I'm talion as well. My grandmother's house looked like this all didn't matter. It was it looked like that all the time. That's the way it was on Sunday. You know, my cousins by an my brothers. And you know, it's that's one thing fat. That's cool. And then a handful of people keep asking about the called size on pre-contest, and it's not around anymore. We are making size on pre-contest. What it was was the components of size on which contain Chritine, Lucienne and other anabolic amino. Help you know to recuperation repair and muscle. We are making a new size on it's going to be called size on pro which is going to be similar to the size on pre conscious of you guys are looking for..

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"lucienne" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

Scummy Mummies

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"The patriarch. Thrilled the very. It's a sensitive thing is that. I mean hanging out. Words cannot wait. Periods in things he thinks wants to talk about this a shame about period heading being fatality, mold. And nobody wants to know about a sweaty woman. Nobody wants to know about the rage that unladylike and all of you know, the way that women are portrayed or the perfect all the growing on that. Well, what's interesting was always looks very tidy today because I, you know, a blow dry my hair to make upon and look slightly Tellus. 'cause I knew it was coming. He made. Yes, we're very high. I mean, my best face forward is at work. So people used to seeing me on TV looking very neat untidy and doing a good job and being very very kind of head girl, and all that sort of thing. So they see me in that way. So when I I'm very open about an we anything very open. So when I was an open about the fact that for a good year I to wear sanitary towels onto my own pits because I was sweating so hard on Lucienne, and literally the sweat was running down my back while we will have on and during every ad break. Literally, the poor girls who we've got like a wardrobe team. They make sure we naked neat and tidy I was literally whipping out panty liners, and they give me fresh ones and put them in and then kind of the sweat of beforehand, the back of the neck and everything else, and then carry on people own didn't know that they lovely. So I was really open about it. What was funny and the response was hilarious because half the women were. All go Joe mentioning it in half remember going for the love of God, would you show? I don't want to hear about this. What I found it an that wasn't even men. Yes. Love is is the response is very very there are some women who have really open to the idea of speaking openly about everything whether is. Menopause. Periods problems at home sex at anything that they're really receptive to that idea of people being brutally honest about the fact that nothing is like it seems in the movies and other women who just do not want to about it the women who do not want to talk about it. I fully respect that. Because we're all different. We all about different reasons for you know, keeping these behind closed doors, and that's totally fine. But for the rest of us is crack on yet..

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Russian Police General Poised To Become Next President Of Interpol

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:27 min | 3 years ago

Russian Police General Poised To Become Next President Of Interpol

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything the international police organization INTERPOL has been without a chief since October. That's when its president a Chinese law enforcement official was first reported missing. He then resigned as he came under investigation by China's anti corruption authority now his likely replacement is a Russian police general as NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow his name is Alexander Procup took a general in the Russian police force who already serves his Interpol's vice president for Europe some of President Vladimir Putin's most vocal critics oppose his candidacy as Interpol's President Bill Browder says Putin Woody festively gained control of INTERPOL to put his Representative in charge of the most important international crime fighting organization. Is like putting the mafia in charge Browner used to be a successful fund manager in Russia, but became a Kremlin critic after the death of his lawyer Sergei Magnitsky in a Moscow prison broader pushed the US congress to pass the Magnitsky act which sanctions human rights offenders and corrupt officials Russian. Authorities have since tried repeatedly to get Browder arrested by INTERPOL on Tuesday. Browder held a press conference in London with another Putin opponent. Exiled oil tycoon, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, year, shitty or suppose store. Euroco ski centers Interpol's new chief Prokop shook would follow orders from the Kremlin. But the job of INTERPOL president is to a large extent symbolic day-to-day executive functions. Are carried out by the secretary general who is currently German get David Clarke, a former adviser to Britain's foreign office says Procup chokes election would still be significant. He's there is symbolically important. And it also changed the dynamic of the way the organization was. On Monday for you senators urge the Trump administration to oppose Procup tricks candidacy. Ninety other Weber. Putin spokesman Dmitry peskov told reporters, the senators action was proof that Washington was trying to interfere in the INTERPOL election. Procup took has only one competitor in her pulse. Senior vice president from South Korea the organizations one hundred ninety four member nations will elect their next president tomorrow. Lucienne Kim NPR news Moscow.

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"lucienne" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"And you buy BP and you get that five percent toil comeback with good a civil in Lucienne, a civil. Shit. All Hello Kramer. Are you full? Fine. Thank you. Thanks for taking my call. My pleasure. Okay. Well, I am interested at AT and t. and one rain. Where'd you could get it when you five point? Nine, it's got trade up ten percent in a snap. I wanna go to Jim in Florida, Jim. James Friday to you, and you're very nice stuff. Yeah, but we're just kicking in right now right here. What can I help. Type of tech stock portfolio remain diversify this sector, at least knowledgeable and to be honest, a little freight to invest in. Right. But I'm thinking the Intel we need better now. I mean, I n tell doesn't really have a CEO away. That's problematic situation there. I think if you wanna lower risk set slower stock in that segment, I would go with Cisco, Chuck Robbins coming. I actually worked for others, but they may be too so called gogo for you. I like NVIDIA video longer term, fast gaming chips. Let me go to Tom and Connecticut, Tom. Jim come from Connecticut. Okay, wife, own telephone. Hell symbol is cheap. The oath say right? These analysts being just been going around telling us it the other day and that things are really good. So it's not the right time to buy it. But I think if you wanna hold onto it fine because it is not getting disrupting the entire doctor patient relationship in a positive way. Let's cut it dust in California, dust in Mr. Cramer, how are you? I'm good. How are you? Body and we all ours. All right. Yeah, you're if you buy Zeo. Are your now buying Medtronic, which by the way wouldn't be so bad because Medtronic God mazer ten. DT is terrific bench the other day as high growth stock that I like. I need to go to Gary in Florida, Gary. Yes. When my father passed away recently, January, I'm going to. Very high interest, eight dividend stocks of wage one. I've been watching old e. p. p. and if you transfer partners. It looks like nobody. Company? Well, it is a high risk, but it's merging with e. t. I do think it's a hybrid situation then ever did have to cut the dividend. No, the balance she wasn't good, but you can hold onto it. I don't want to cash in right now, but it's not a great situation, but that you'll go seem say after all, let's couldn't you or you be in Florida. You. Good. Take Friday. How about you? Okay, Jimmy. I'm. WalMart, Mt. Okay, right there. And. Indoors, some very, very good. All right. Well, I look, I like WalMart very much. It's expensive, but you know why. Be careful years. The one thing I would tell you is that because the terrorist probably gonna be some guys cutting ratings next week, but that's when you wanna find not sell it and that pledge whose other round. Is sponsored by TD Ameritrade..

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"lucienne" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"You had these two papers that came out that looked at loosing, of course, huge interest, but also arginine Lucienne and our gene can get into a cell very easily do they passively diffuse in there's transporters relatively straightforward, high-capacity transfer. Okay. In the site assault, these amino acids bind to receptors that then downstream result in the activation of tour, I'm specifically, I'm tour complex. One people have all we have long talked about how branch chain amino acids are important for building muscle specifically to be consumed in a workout was always sort of the rhetoric presumably because that's a very catastrophic time for muscle. It now seems that makes sense. At least in the presence of what loosens doing. Do we think that the other two brench chain amino acids are having any effect in our, at least when we look at the receptor, we found for Lucienne and then we look at the concentrations which might bind assets. We don't think those affinities rela. Event, particularly ailing too is solution maybe in some situations could act the receptor, but unlikely. So in our hands, again, looking very molecular point of view. It really seems like lesean is the key one. And I would think you know, from talking to bodybuilders and looking bodybuilding products out there, it does seem like Lucienne is the one that people focused on more than than usual. And the difference between Lucienne and arginine than with respect to the signaling is what one way of sort of conceptualizing one is it wants to drive Annapolis them and what its goal is to detect when something's missing for that. So we tend to think of the pathway like when we turn it on the probably it's really key function is turn off when something's missing. Right. Let's building a house. You run out of concrete. You wanna turn off. Always on runner would turn off. And so this is the default is on the default when everything is there is on, but it's built. It's organized in such a way that the removal of anything. Trishaw turns out over us. Now this is gonna vary, obviously be in different tissues. And so the pathway evolved that needs to detect Lucienne and his needs to detect origin at least in most tissues. Now, why is that? They're both amino acids. If you think about this during the course of Lucien, you're an animal that eight another animals, eight, its muscle protein. Why do you need to send to different amino acids? And they're very structurally different right there about a structurally different as you could get terms of amino. We don't have an answer that. Why did evolution do that? Pick these two. I mean, that's a, it's a phenomenal question. I don't know enough about amino acids to know what the evolution of of acids look like. I mean, a billion years ago, I assume we didn't have the same as we did. We did. There's all forms of life have problems. Basically from the beginning of when we had DNA, our NATO protein, we had the exact same amino acids. So then it's even more of a mystery. Why did we he's part of people in the lab that I've encouraged to look at other organisms because the sensing part of the system is probably evolving quite quickly because different organism live in different environments, probable flies. We know already don't care about arginine. They care about losing and it turns out to care about a whole bunch of other amino acids that we don't care about yeast. So yeast in many ways the most mysterious because yeast so we don't know any sensors and used and none of the sensors we found or in east. And that's because he's can make you so dumb extent. Yeast is very primitive. You give it nitrogen. You give carbon. It's gonna make every amino acids. So things like Lucy which were essential to us or not a central used they can make in what state do yeast cease to activate tour only in the absence of the essential elements. So regulation of tour is not as well studied in yeast because it's harder to detect the output. And so typically what people do is change the nitrogen source..

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"lucienne" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Where we most definitely and what has do with a brand new franchise was a precursor to that he was like predetermined that these fantasizes we're going to have trouble of course so we we would go out in advance and yeah we tried to help franchise one of the things that in my time in other sports but i was always amazed about how you go to a league meeting and you'd sit in there with all the marketing directors all the pr directors different meetings and nobody would share anything and it was like guys the guys on the field or competing and let's face it they gotta do well for you to do well but you have to have the platform setup so let's share these things if your if your colleague in in pittsburgh folds that's gonna wait you know weaken you the edict of pro sports is only as strong as your weakest link and then it starts you know steamroll affect where franchises are dropping out you don't know who's in who's out you know about ownership every every year so yeah we we did that we we kinda i don't know that we didn't actually have an advanced team but we worked a lot together terry lewinsky he had he didn't really have the television rights in many cities but what he did was while he was working for the arrows and john lucienne in burney road and he kind of aided his own little production company so he would go out and he would help teams with their with their telecast and you know had the benefit of of course first of all the experience but then also the benefit of having footage so he could show little highlight packages of other games from earlier in the week and he helped teams get on in their in their local market.

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"lucienne" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on Double Toasted

"And other people join in and they do all the work so you aren't really suffering because i know like this type your daytime john kay was doing that yeah whenever we knew some do was up to something shady it wasn't about going to the police a call him out it was just something usually you had a party you talked to buy you know he's not oh yeah he laughed about what a pervert they were kind of walked away you know it's funny too because i talked brought up on the show martin i was just at a party where we had to do that works in the industry with giant johnke chris fluky chris lucienne that we're not gonna say his name but what he say he said is a good thing he got out of the business he's he's as good thing he got a business because if he would get back and do something all the shit that he's done a pass come back and he'd probably be arrested on charges and our friends is good personal friends at one of the girls who was a victim and he was like he knew about it but he's like well it's her story i can't say anything unless she did me permission yeah yeah you didn't out them corey you're not the head of a burst k rapist legend man i didn't know anything about that i was i was clueless on that in i didn't know i notice but a lot of guys do just knew that i mean if you want to you really want to you can go in and look at some of his art like wow he really did love to draw like young looking sexy hot girls and even on most sexy height girls are young but then even on i don't mean like young little girls as as early.

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Russia to expel 60 US diplomats in retaliation for response to spy poisoning

All Things Considered

02:15 min | 3 years ago

Russia to expel 60 US diplomats in retaliation for response to spy poisoning

"Live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi singh the kremlin is expelling sixty us diplomats from russia and closing the american consulate in saint petersburg npr's lucian kim reports moscow is retaliating against washington for ordering sixty russian diplomats to leave and ordering the closure of the russian consulate in seattle the us and other nations were expressing solidarity with united kingdom over russia's suspected involvement in a nerve agent attack on british soil earlier this month us ambassador jon huntsman was called into the foreign ministry in moscow where he was informed of the russian decision the foreign ministry says fifty eight us diplomats in moscow and two at the american consulate in your cat randburg we'll have to leave within a week the saint petersburg consulate must be vacated no later than this saturday the foreign ministry is accusing the us government of spreading a campaign of slander against russia on monday more than twenty other countries joined in expelling russian diplomats in response to the use of a nerve agent to poison former russian intelligence officer sergei scruple in southern england foreign minister sergey lavrov told state news agencies that russia will respond to those countries in a reciprocal fashion lucienne kim npr news moscow the funeral is being held for a young black man whose death is gripping activists in sacramento california and across the country have been protesting against excessive use of force by police step on clark's remains rest in a wooden casket it is close clark was shot multiple times by police officers while he was in his grandparents backyard they'd been investigating criminal activity in the area at the time and say they thought he had a weapon clark was found with a cell phone the nba sacramento kings have stepped up to support clark's family as john sepulvado of k q e reports the kings are helping to create an education fund i if on clark's children the kings are pledging an undisclosed amount to the bill black coalition local organization affiliated with the black lives matter movement the social justice group had been protesting kings games driving thousands of fans away from tending those games black lives matter organizers say they were targeting the kings as a.

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"lucienne" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Been in that position yourself as indeed i was to both of us from outside the eu paying what frankie were exorbitant fees absolutely and i i have british citizenship by dint of a british mother but the restriction was that because i had not previously lived through in the uk for three years i was not counted as a british student so i had to pay upwards of ten thousand pounds a year justin tuition fees i was also bringing money into the economy which are spending on cost of living you know paying into paying into national insurance paying into the benefit system while not being a drain on the system it's it's personally quite frustrating to see this issue being used as a political football it seemed like this should be pretty unambiguous and you know as as as i benefit from a very very high quality british education i also think that it's it's a bit silly to undermine the quality of that education by depriving british universities of this really necessary income stream saluting taken fun is they say it's not over till the fat lady sings thought she may not be allowed to there's a big article in the times on page three with the eyecatching headline operas won't let the fat lady thing and this is about liz that or a pyssa who's a cuban american soprano she was in lucienne delilah more she was very good enlist your delano more theroux royal opera house but she's now saying that she wasn't cast in many leading roles when she was a somewhat heavier she undertook a pretty strict weight loss regime including running numerous marathons to bring herself down to await at which apparently casting directors would consider or for leading roles and this as the times sort of straightface italy points out is a bit ridiculous because poverty perhaps the arch typical opera singer of modern times was by the end of his career so overweight that stagehand had to help him up and down stairs which undercuts the drama of some of the classic clinton opera somewhat as the yachts could points at domestic weight loss of men maria callas back in the 1950s was seen as crucial is moving on the popular image of the not pressing it from that of a large bosoms diva now i remember stories about that m much later wednesday researching weight loss the similar problems being and not just.

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"lucienne" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Laura good to moving the chairman of the company lucienne grange it's really important to me to be loyal to the people who work for me and with me and to make sure that cold truly i've changed the company to um so that we can include all kinds of people to work in the company and i'm not the only one who gets to go watch my daughter's dance recital or take my mom to the doctor that we've really created a culture where everyone can live their life and come to work and that will respect fall of people's lives outside of the workplace um because so many of us work now and not in it's not all by choice people half to work so that's that's a big thing and loyal to my people in that i want everybody to feel a part of our success we wouldn't have been able to to you know win the derby on the prince deal or the springsteen deal or the jack white deal or the beegees deal if it weren't for every single person at my company doing a great job it's not just me so i hope i answer that question it's interesting this has now come up um the last interview the the last person i spoke to was a fourstar general in the us air force she mentioned the exact same thing that's actually i also like she she is yeah exactly she's one of the highest women in the military i'm caroline iverson at facebook mentioned this this idea of putting yourself in the shoes of your employees and and making sure that people are not only working really hard towards the objective but also feel personally fulfilled absolutely what's been the toughest lesson for you'll ognall way.

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"lucienne" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"When men have families they're not thinking about what they have to give up in order to take the big job they don't think about adding onto the responsibility of their lives by taking the big job i was always managing my family it was important to me to have three kids there is a big gap between my first one of my second one i had a lot of issues getting pregnant with successfully with my second one so there was a lot of time that may be i thought it's okay i don't need the big job right now because i'm building a family i don't know that men ever think that or ever think uh you know take a little less money because i want to be able to run out and and and watch my kids um baseball game so uh you know i i i think that look it happened to me because i hit a wall it was a personal thing i got divorce rate before his fifty i was negotiating a new contract i was co president at a company and i was just like can you just make me president mike copresidents wonderful but look at the success i have had please in the answer was no and i was like how many times can i ask and by was the answer was there a specific reason why the answer was no i don't know i don't know i think it was a long relationship i worked for the same person for really long time um i think i you know i don't know i think that i i also think i was caught up in wanting to please my boss wanting to be the good girl all thinking that it would come to me because i was sold the good girls not only have has it as hard b six that's going to happen and there is a conversation i had with my them boss kind of look at the end of the negotiation from my new deal where i just realized here i am divorced raising three children i'm gonna work just as hard being a chairman of a company as i am being the copresident of a company and i left that meeting done done and i called lucienne grange was than the head of universal music group who had tried to hire me a couple of years earlier and i said you know what.

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"lucienne" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

"Welcome to the design of business the business of bizarre where we introduce you to people from all over the world from different industries and discipline were hurdle farc brought the transformative rolled up his arm closing bearup business i'm jessica health and i'm michael beirut this time we're not speaking to you from the year school at management portland paris france for both the timing of the conference of agr your marlon scruffy internationale patios antinazi anat spray bureau at the design of this is the business of design is sponsored by google design whether it's defining a branding style in vr or creating a voice user interface that actually feels human google design is committed to sharing the best graphic design thinking from google and beyond sign up for great stories events and the latest updates on material design at design dot goupil slash newsletter that's designed dot gov slash newsletter on today's episode kim graphic design save your wife and the whole story of the on brandon cigarette update is such an interesting long because it makes absolutely clear how important graphic design is and this idea of sort of taking it away and the benefits of taking it away is normally potent this yet roberts runs a designs for you in london called lucienne roberts plus as well as the publishing company called graphic design and she is designed many museum exhibitions and shows analogies curator the show about health and graphic design of the welcome collection on wandering lizzy welcome to the podcast app different vitamin e.

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"lucienne" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"lucienne" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"And then he ran again four governor state ended one most of the white voting lucienne and the platform that david do read or end the bills that he proposed would he was in the legislature or no difference and then the probe that the republican plan revealed the group that i do not know what sorry that is shrapnel and it is something that you can't sit there and blame republican party for all races in america out on haggerty history of what was it was the democrats that were in the nineteenth 24 federal law again that's hannie nights democrat tonight that is a lot it's all about the unfair about the ball with we we we come to this with a great deal history you know jefferson a slave owner said that slavery was a fireball in the night at more recently bill bradley the center of new jersey said it was our original sin and we've never gotten over it in america was still wrestling with it tonight but i think charles what's different this is not richard nixon with dog whistles this is donald trump with a fog horns this is a bullhorn this is not say what you will about the recent history of republicans on right said i've got grew up in texas and i've been fighting all my life this is different meet ronald reagan disavowed the ku klux klan in 1984 when they endorsed him eisenhower is scott pointed out not only to feed the nazis in battle heat opposed joe mccarthy george h w bush when david duke was in the legislature and running for governor george h w bush disavowed him this is no longer republican versus democrat this is not seize versus americans this is freedom verses fascism and and the moral blindness that are present show willful moral blindness today was unlike anything i've ever seen american public if that person gets elected guy is nominated as the republican nominee went does that say i'm sorry you can't divorce him from them there is no way to do that there is no way to do that you can't say this is we can't both sattar is them this thing out we can't both say well this is not left right issue if the person you just described.

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