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How to break up well

Ladies, We Need To Talk

05:44 min | 11 months ago

How to break up well

"In your own life have you ever had a good break up I just remember feeling. So angry I broke up with my boyfriend over skype when I was eighteen in a lecture uni. And then I broke into his house it was a pretty bad way to do it but. I have very fight for what you love mentality by the end. All I could think of was I need to get out of this narcan white food do not be around me any war. I. Would constantly tech when drunk, which is now in hindsight Divorce and breaking up can feel like the bloodiest dirtiest combat you'll ever thought experience in your whole life. and. Almost everyone on the planet has been through one in. Australia in twenty eighteen alone nearly fifty thousand dollars got divorced to put that into context in that same year about one hundred and twenty thousand people got married. I WanNa make something clear before we get going this. Is Not focused on domestic violence or abusive relationships. Where talking about run of the mill breakup which astill devastating? People lose homes amass great be debt for into addiction used their kids as collateral get depressed all bottle up all their feelings and totally not cope. and. Some of that has to do with the fact that popular narratives tell us that that's the way love goes when it ends its war or didn't count. Rarely away modeled the best. Case. Scenario divorce. So, what if they was a guide? What if you could break up better or dare I say it divorce? Well, what if the process didn't have to leave both parties wounded devastated and financially? I'm Jimmy Stein's. Ladies. We need to talk about how we can break up bit up. In two thousand eight, I split up with my partner. We had kids and a house together and there was mediation lawyers, child custody arrangements and it sucked. There's a bunch of stuff I wish I needed that I know now. So let's share it a practical guide to breaking up well. In this episode, we're going to talk to a US a psychologist and a lawyer who all have skin in the game when it comes to breakups and divorce. I think for a long time we just assumed that breakups were allowed to tardily rain of your eating habits, your drinking habits, sleeping habits, how you conducted yourself in terms of going completely. Lupi and and just feeling like a bracket with completely appropriate answer to that. This is Zoe foster blake she's an Australian author and entrepreneur. We're speaking to her because she's written a book called break-up boss. Though, he's married with a couple of kids. Settled and happy. But during her early twenties, she reckons she was the authority on bad breakup and in this ladies, we need to talk guide to better breakups. Zoe is going to start with a bit of what not to do. So I would go to his house in the middle of the night. Drink dial constantly I would stalk can be aggressive towards these new partner I would. Yeah it was cool. Everything that you're not supposed to do and we really we didn't give it together I don't. Consider your behavior, and that time isn't it really making years this person if you want to get back with them but I think it was a good listening going what not to do, and so we beat further break up I realized that that was embarrassing and it wasn't a true encapsulation of my character. I didn't think but I'd let my emotions and my fees and my panic, and probably my hang up is the better of me and I. Behaved in a way that I wasn't proud of it's a real relief to hear you say that because. We all do embarrassing things I. Think during a I don't want it to sound like I'm saying look you have to have for outward appearances control you suffer God's sake women conduct yourself in the proper it's not about that. It's about. Showing courage and strength at times that are really hard in your life and not just behaving irrationally or illegally just because you're angry at someone having been a bit of a break up monster a few times in my life I realize that there is a good in a bad way to do it the really important for me was the night contact because when you've got a clearing books and a clear hit spice and that mental real estate to process what's happening even though it hurts. I march. You can move forward and it's not so much even about the anger but it's just that sadness engraving can make us put into glasses on just wanna go backwards to feel safe again because we don't dismiss the person, we miss the rituals routines Sunday night dinners at their house the family you know everything that you lose when you lose a break-up. So you've got this massive gaping hole in your life now that you desperately want to fill again with what you love and no. So you just have to be strong in that time and night context is critical because if you keep trying to hang out with them or you don't want to be rude if they're hanging out with us shut night, do that for how long is I fifty days just to establish a routine in the habit

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Cortisol: What It Does & How To Regulate It

20 Minute Fitness

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Cortisol: What It Does & How To Regulate It

"All is often called the stress hormone because of its connection to the stress response however cortisol is much more than just a hole in this released. When we're stressed it's one of the steroid homes and it's made in the ADRENAL guns. So most cells within the body cortisol receptors and the secretion of course oil is controlled by the hypothalamus. The church rebound on the ADRENAL gland and together. They're often referred to as the HBA access web. MD described Cortisol as nature's alarm system. It works with certain. Poke your brain to control your mood. Hilo Survey Shen and fear and especially in helping fuel your body's fight or flight instinct in a situation of crisis Sokoto levels can fluctuate among individuals and then people at different times of the day so normally cords those present in the body at high levels in the morning thing and its lowest at night and then the cycle will repeat daily. Most of our body cells have cortisol receptors so it affects many different functions in the body. The hypothalamus Ella. And the treasury land can really sense whether the level of Cortisol in the blood is at the optimal levels of the levels. Too Low you're just the amounts of Holman it makes and vice versa. Your Reno Gladdens. Pick up these signals. They Find Shunde amounts of cortisol lay release the receptors as I said there are many different cells in the body as as well also use the whole nut in different ways and all needs because all differ from day to day. Say for instance when your body's on high alert cortisol can alter or shutdown functions that it gets in the way Saddam I includes you'll digestible reproductive systems or your immune system to really focus on releasing cortisol and giving you that vital flights instinct so the functions that the court so might be involved in include helping control your blood sugar levels regulating your metabolism helping to judicial inflammation and assisting thing with memory formulation as well and his controlling effect on salt and water balance and helps control blood pressure and then within a also supports the development of the fetus during during pregnancy as well so it makes crucial whole note to protect overall health and well big to where does the link of course all Stroman Nielsen here. Ono dangerous levels of course solar solar increasing cortisol levels in the body. Say where this will come from. Let Your Body perceives stress. Your adrenal glands. Other said make release the coastal intial bloodstream. And this causes. Is it increasing your heart rate on your blood pressure and the whole trick is a flood of glucose stop supplies and immediate energy. Large Muscle was lost. Also inhibiting insulin. Production Reduction so that glucose work be stored but will be available. For media's use it also narrows your arteries whilst another home at the effort increases your heart rate right so working together. They fall short blood to pump harder and faster as you confront as The situation of conflict you might be and so when you're in a constantly hi pace false coach that steaming or leading you to a loss of high stress this can lead to higher more prolonged levels of cortisol in the bloodstream. Obviously because if they halston constant blood pumping around your body to your heart. Working Foster are the narrowing of the arteries it can lead to some negative effects. Such as high as I said high blood pressure it can lead to impaired cognitive performance a decrease in muscle tissue lowered immunity and inflammatory responses in the body and also increased abdominal fat. But why why is this happening really so the way game is often resolve yourselves crying out for energy. Because you're using the energy from the glucose instantly and so your body may send signals to your brain. You're hungry and you need to eat so again. You keep eating as you know. Having energy stored for later use the constricted arteries and high blood pressure can lead to blood vessel damage plaque buildup in your arteries and this could set the stage for a hostile stroke but there are ways to take action. Obviously see your doctor if you're having any symptoms solve chronicle stressful had higher levels of stress for a long period of time. Make sure you're aware and you reflect on whether you are stressful. Take time out of your day to manage this Lupi through a mindfulness breathing exercise or some form of physical exercise like yoga or even run and show getting adequate sleep and if needed take some time away and spend it your friends and your family because all of this can contribute to lowering your stress levels and therefore lowering your coastal levels to proventil proventil. The issues I've just laid out

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"lupi" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on Racing Post

"Ounce and like alani value in the mount of the metric score markets the to me in the mind of the match market where the <hes> <unk> nolan john. I think john lupi very disappointed with greg hardy lassie on a lead himself on wallis. There's all kind of a bit of a story story behind these minor the maximums. I think john was have a big performance. They looked at how well recovers since that red card. I think he's probably a bit big sixteen to one and the other. John is a normal guy again. He's been instrumental to tipperary this year <hes> so i didn't give it over. I think he'll have a massive power. Play okay so the two mcgrath nolan john from in the man of the match markets right. Let's get into the nitty gritty eight fogarty who wins to nineteen airland and fine art head. I'd say the same thing here. It is head said same thing. I think to kenya winners. I think they're the coleman at the right aac stage. If gallery actually look at the kennedy judy year they lost to the last four league games only one league game. I'm one another against carthage not match they've lost to agains andrew one and the reindeer and final and after beaten after about an answer final i take candy really got absense together on i think brian sanchez and said nope does more than this team and draft or getting all their players back. I think their plan to kind of a more of a passer. After nelson says that the six packs have to do the wrong game plan on on the pitch themselves. I think the forwards and their team selection and you mentioned it already. They're teen slasher is more consistent so they know how to play on each other and then there's a belief in the car k. and getting older clark huge underdo underdog and in orange county is against the badran county believe the final that doesn't sit well with any team doesn't sit literally kennedy and if you look at the temporary sightings piece lease a car team which beat anyone and also loose anyone the best poor watts per team this year a claritin who were intend to nearly beaten themselves got beaten eight well against the talent came up against which was limerick and lisa struggle over and then wexford now do we'll take a bit of confidence when the game for your donald and fourteen men so take a bit of confidence from this but i think with the candyman route with the the fresh turn into fresher legs was named from the two thousand six..

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"lupi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"I'm assuming based on the <hes> the paradise preview in Promo she is she's in a same sex relationship in paradise to the big question that we don't know. Is You know what's happening before. Does it last in his you know ultimately like everybody on the show. She happy so came on twitter. This promo by the way has so many different storylines. I'm so pumped to watch this season. Are you worried about your friend Blake after one hundred percents I'm really worried about him. I mean I'm worried about him because blamed good dude and he's a good dude that probably has made some really bad decisions. <hes> and ultimately we all have right and so the hope is that we we learn from those decisions as life goes the problem though is <hes> Kinda like we talked about with Lupi Lupi when he made bad decision on the show he's just kinda doubled down and not admitted fall and just said like yeah. I'm above at all. I think knowing blake this is really going to wreck him and I bet he comes out of this a better man because he's realized the mistakes made and I think he'll try to become a better man for so. That's my hope but I I am word. It looks it looks bad. Yeah doesn't does that and when we were down on in Paradise for Criminal Chris his wedding. It didn't sound that grade either shoreline to watch. Obviously we see a fight legitimate fight. I'm I'm wondering who that is. I don't think we ever got <hes> any clue of. Who was our buddy buddy teams down there? There's a lot happened on paradise. It's GonNa be a wild season. I expect huge ratings for paradise this year. Speaking of Rating <hes> Joe and Jordan's cash pad <hes> premiered this week did you watch d._v._R...

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"lupi" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"You're not that great always that's very true very true and then of course obviously we get loop stayed there so happy he puts magically raining and thunderstorms. He via users a bumped up the fans this scene because it was nice it'd be lucky than good and then all of a sudden. The tree looks like it's going to fall over on them and I can't like they may listen in how the show works. I'm sure the the producers <hes> knew that Luke was we're GONNA talk about sex <hes>. They didn't know what was going to handle this. You know <hes> they're always prepared so like they didn't know he was going home might be a possibility but literally they have a car. You know that car that takes them away they. They have that ready for everyone all the time so they don't they don't know and thank God. It's I mean it's crazy in the first place that he even made it this far because you don't usually see quote unquote a villain making it that far enacted well. The status Lupi Lupi ever looks within there is a village are actually a villain demi was like they haven't Demi is amazing. It's interesting because Luke is a true villain. He's maybe the best of all even like my season. I don't think I wouldn't call current villain. Yeah like there the entertaining entertaining lines that people like uncut Andy I literally the producer's like average like hey listen are bad. We had nothing to work. It was more like go back and wash. He's not really doing some weird music playing when he gives her flowers so it seems awkward but like he's not really doing anything and then like so by the time hometowns came around my edit got better better <laughter> like well. I mean it goes this far. We gotta have to like and so it was a little bit of that but luke is truly and that's what makes us season saw some yes she a really likes him and he's be really Elliot Dick. She really likes him and he's really hated and it's all real and there's not a lot of editing that needs to be done like it's just he's a Dick it was so it was truly wild seeing him make the bold state like the came out strong wrong bold statement. If you have slept with other people I'm done so and then she freaked out and he cries out inverse question for you. Women like a guy saying listen nothing. Look whatever you WANNA. Do I support support you but like this I just if I'm GONNA get engaged someone I just I just don't want a lot of fucking going on because what Luke said in that moment is no different than anyone else in that show who gives a shit like right like because guys can do shaming was like listen. If you fucked up I'll forgive you know like he kept saying slip up nearly every not be okay with it either way somebody do it. It's going to be okay so you can come down exactly what I didn't do anything wrong. He's not on my part to be like Oh sorry for having sex. It's on you for just totally being a Dick and not realizing in a much different situation. Locally I really care about you. You and I'm a little worried about you sleeping with some of the other guys when I know on them so like when I'm no I'm not in that place. Any would've come off way more sincere than like if you slept with those guys I'm going 'cause you fuss if I was on the show and I was like if I was on the bachelor and the Guy I really liked you know. Maybe we made it to fantasy sweet. I would probably express the fact like hey. I'm more insecure..

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

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

01:33 min | 2 years ago

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

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

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

10:58 min | 2 years ago

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

"So talk to us a little bit about this project. Dear data. Sure our listeners who don't know start at the beginning, and tell us how you came up with the idea and what it is short. So the is a your lawn personal project a collaboration with information designers, Stephanie Vic, so long story short as we're studying to touch upon. I have a very handcrafted approached it, it of his position, which is somehow uncommon and I found that there is another human being in the world who had the same exact approach to data shoes sketching with data drawing with data. We met at a conference gold. Are you in Minneapolis? That is really, really an amazing data art conference where I was speaking about the value of sketching with there, and she was holding a workshop about drawing with data we over drinks. We also figured out that we were exactly the same age only children both expect because I'm an Italian lenient, New York. And Stephanie is an American living in London. And also. So other details that we don't want to bother you with. But we have been seemingly. Leave power life's so we really decided that we needed to collaborate, and what we did is we tractor a parallel type of design project where for one year every week. We would get to know each other through our personal data about our lives in our days, and you would pick you would pick the category. Like we would be a topic, for example, our interaction with our partners or thank cues, the thank yous we sat in received or our Kim planes and we both then went our separate way to figuring out what data collect and at the end of the week would hand-drawn this very personal and anecdotal qualitative data onto a poster size sheet of paper that we would send from New York to London from London to New York by regular mail by regular mail. Some of them got lost. Yeah. Yeah. Create them. So we, we didn't sound each other any digital version of our cards. But we agreed that before sending it would can it for our record. So let's say they win a postcard guide you know stolen or lost. We don't even have we had a record. And so we'll do would redraw it. That was less painful than just like kind of drawing. It completely without any record. So this really was not just a attempt to recapture the pleasure of drawing things by hand including berry complex time consuming sets of numbers, and shapes and stuff like that. But also by committing to putting a stamp on it and walking to a mailbox dropping it in. And then I guess, everyday checking your own mailbox to see whether it's arrived, it's sort of committing to this kind of slow design process in a way it was there were kind of pleasure in that I guess the pleasure of the ritual. Of collecting the data and then taking for me was the Saturday morning like 'cause we collected the data from a Monday to a Sunday. And then the weekend after we withdraw the policy towards where we were collecting did about the second topic. So taking time for that for drawing in the weekend, and then the ritual of like place in this temp. Posting it fingers crossed and then waiting and like checking the, the post book as you get home. It was something that I was looking forward to and also receiving Stephanie's card. I remember the pleasure of like seeing that then saving it for later and maybe getting into the elevator and waiting until I would have my Cup of coffee to just really read what was going on in her week. So the two of you were doing this exchange. How did it become public would do? You mean for anyone to know what was happening? Yeah. Well, in the beginning without that, if we could keep the pace of that we would have put on a website, and then eventually with thought of a book, but what happened? Is that after three months we put it on a website? And then we had the luck of having Maria Papova of brain Peking's covering the lunch of the website and after that, the product got picked up by wired vice company, and we have been conducted by amazing literary agents and Jen-kuo in Nesbitt that helped us make the book possible incredible. And so you've got you've got a book and the collections now in the review of modern art collector cards from people like this. I mean why do people buy that book, why are they fascinated by? I think that we're all fascinated about things that can be telling about ourselves and this fifty two cards are personal very, very personal stories that I guess, people feel that they can recognize them too, and I should mention that after the book has been published we've seen really a lot of examples of people who learned about the project and wanted to experiment them themselves actually sending each other postcards, and. Becoming data him poll. If you were to do it again, what you do anything differently. Well, I guess said, I would not change the format I would not change the output because I believe that experiencing the in a physical form and having hand-drawn association is something that brings the idea of data to be more accessible probably knowing that I only have fifty two weeks of focus on different topics in because in the beginning, we didn't exactly know how to compose a portrait of a person in fifty two weeks. So probably, there are some other type of topics that I would at in my wrong that it really seems to run counter to the image that data and data visualization and information graphics, have, I think all of those terms sort of have the promise of absolute on contradictive understanding. Right. But this is a study in none of those things. How do you reconcile sort of the tools of data visualization? Which seemed to be all about kind of uncovering, objective, truth, and explaining things clearly to this more shaded world. That's it. That's a really good point both Stephanie. And I when we started this project, we wanted to challenge to impress analogy the data Mike, communicate and also to challenge, the common thinking that data is big is Carrie is perfect and will tell everything that we need to know about, like through of our lives, if you think about it, and something that I like to say did it does not exist because data is commoditisation in an obstruction of reality that we human beings created because we cannot store life in a hard drive. And so if you start to see data in this way, then in a way, everything can become data and you can start, adding personal details to this collection. And I think that with the data we purposely made it personal messy and. 'perfect adding really anecdotally till about the moment that we were recording. And in a way, again, challenging the personality of data in challenging also the assumption of what data is, is it that sloppy imperfection that you're getting it when you talk about data humanism. Yeah. Not necessarily only the imperfection. But when I talk about it a humanism is reclaiming the subjectivity of any type of data and reclaiming the lens through, which we see data. What I'm getting at is that to make data truly Representative of our lives. We need to include empathy and human quality into how we conceive data in the first place, collect them and interpret and display them you felt that way. Anyway, but you feel that, that sentiment is amplified by the potentially nefarious expectations of big data the degree to which that has a sort of a Thawra -tarian connotation. Do you feel that the? To reclaim the human is, is even more pronounced. Yes for. Sure. And also, these need is more pronounced, the more machines and apps are gathering data from us and for us, the more we need to make sure that our stories are faithfully embedded in this records, you could make an argument that design in general and data and visual information's on possesses a kind of capacity to colonize, or neutralize experience. Right in order to make everything understandable to everyone. We use hill Medica or will use a grid. Or we create a data system that everyone can penetrate, and the very nature of human experience, is far more idiosyncratic and human, and varied and messy in a beautiful way in that. So how do you actually balance the objective with a subjective? If that's the case when you were talking, I thought that when you were saying that, you know, data can boost CNN's a. Very cool way to represent the world. I also think that a lot of time with data. We end up thinking the data is the point the data is end. But if we stop thinking about that, and we instead notice and understand how data is a material in is a medium, all of that. You said, assume and other type of meaning horse of trouble accepting that idea that data can be bigamous because I tend to in my experience want answers they want results they want. Yes or no? They don't wanna mcginnity short. Well, I mean, I guess, at our clients. So the client that ride as are aridity, a self selected type of client, as we in our website. And in what we do state our reproach, pretty clearly that the same time it happens that they will want to have answers and object TV. But working together, we start reframing their questions and a lot of the time they also understand that not having those crystal clear blunt answer could even open up more. Possibilities, rather than not giving them the facts that they need it. Are you still collecting or are you still collector depends on what collecting means? I'm collecting data. No, I actually I'm going to go back to the time, tested time, immemorial thing of like a shoebox full of button cards. Well, I do not collect things anymore. I think this is also a function of like having moved abrode and like four living in New York small apartment, but also having lived for a while just out of two luggage. Is it helped me appreciate also the, the pleasure of having a minimal lifestyle. Some not actually. Let's say them not accumulating purposely. But then all of my belongings, whether they are my socks or my dresses or my lipsticks are clearly organized and well stored like you don't have much stuff, put the stuff you have as all curated as a collection..

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

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

07:16 min | 2 years ago

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

"Studio, that works with companies like Google at IBM. George are also makes art projects with data one of the best known of them is in the collection of the museum of modern art in New York Thursday. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you. I'm so excited to be here. So I was so excited to learn that you like certainly like I like many of us are collector, and that you're interested in data began with collecting what kinds of things that you collect as a child. Well, I really remember the pleasure of collecting old kind of items such as receives from my mum's wallet or even of course, shells and stems, but I also remember specifically spending a lot of time in my grandmother, tailor, shop, and playing around with buttons treads and I won't reorganize Oliver stuff, according to my rules, the rules, of course, for example, with the buttons, of course if a button as like three holes or two holes or four holes will go together, and then sizes and colors, and the specific like features that the button had on their edges, and it will really tag them and divide them up into folders. Hi was an a little bit OCD. I did you realize you're collecting data at some point. No, I think I realize it only when I've become an adult I thought I just thought that I was a little bit crazy. Did you draw a lot growing up? I remember that. I was drawing all over the place in my house, even walls like places that, you know, really expected to find drawing onto. Yeah. I really loved to draw. When you decided to do this professionally to take your habits and your passions and turn them into a career did you realize that there was something called data visualization? Started to do data virtualization leader in my career when I decided what to do for college like studying university, I didn't know that data visualization was thing. In fact, I started architecture that to me, was the way to merge, the need for structure in numbers with the need to express myself visually. And the progressively, I started to focus more really on the representation of information urban mapping mapping projects. And then more and more into actually representing data when did you know it was time to start your own studio. I used to work for an interaction design firm before starting my studio and together with one of my current partner. We wear or ready, sort of managing a unit lake is mall portion of the studio having our own clients, managing people and also like working with our budgets, and it came natural to us to try to find our own way to make it happen. And what, what was your first big project you did when you're on your own? It was a project for I n g direct the van actually for their communication department, and we structured, an online magazine for them that every day would provide pills of knowledge to their customers around ways to save more money. But also like all of the philosophy of I enj- engy being the first completely online Bank into literally information graphics that at the time, it was not really did of his position, it was more like a diagram Matic way to describe things. So he was a sort of like a vision. Interactive magazine for their own light platform. And when they came to what did they say they were looking for we were competing with other actually, very big agencies and Milan, I remember when we thought, like we will never win this project, we're kind of, like, three people starting, but we put so much thoughts and labor into that uh specific if that we reply to that we ultimately also convinced them to do something that they didn't ask for, because they came to ask to just like think about how we would rid design their actual communication, and we really propose them to take different content and the lever in this contempt, in completely different ways from the very beginning, I think you had a commitment to doing work in projects that hardly paid any money or someone's paid no money at all. Can you talk about that, and the value? Then sure, when we started our company, we knew that we wanted to work on data visualization, and that was back in twenty. Eleven in Italy. Where did it was? It was issue is not really a thing. But we also knew that we wanted to focus in leverage a specific type of keel or approach to data and so in the first year or two, we worked practically for free for the main Italian newspaper LA for Sunday, cultural supplement every week producing data visualization using an unconventional way of combining data, but also and unconventional languages. And that really helped those building, our portfolio, and ultimately also get some visibility that in the end eventually brought in clients, who wanted to pay for our services, just by way of process. You draw everything. And I think this is something that really needs to be called out. I'd like you to talk a little bit about how that happened in whether you have to remind yourself to draw at first, or whether it is just the way things are that there's always this incredible presence of the hand. Sure drawing for me. Me is the way that I discovered that I had any in the first place. So when I'm working with the, and I have the quantities the paramedics and what the data represents in my mind, I then turned on the computer and just like start drawing visual models or possible features visual features like colors and shaves that could help me represent this data and only when they see my shapes on paper, I realized that this is a model that I could use I have a hard time really depicting in my mind things before drawing them out. And so this is really part in hurriedly, part of how I function as a human. But you keep a notebook. The take us wherever you go. No, I don't use notebooks. I, I just use the letter sized white paper, that, then I can organize into folders because I find having a notebook something somehow confining, because, like, what can you do, if you're working on multiple projects at the same time, I hate to starting in the middle of the notebook, but I need to have, you know, all of the. Paper and the type of like yes, catches that I do for a project like infiltrator in a folder. Are you insanely organized in every other aspect of your life? You are like if we were to go burst into your apartment. Right, and ask sock drawer, would be really organizer coded everything folded, according to my rules. But like, well, I don't know. 'cause like my husband was the last one to leave home this morning. So always fighting about he's, I mean, he's one of the Morgan is person ever, but I still still not really respecting my power meters. And what does the restaurant logical sign, I'm Leo fascinating almost Virgo? Questions. Show.

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"lupi" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"I said, Amen. Kevin video of him. Talking about Lupi, and I forget exactly what it was. But you when you find it, you can play it at this point, it was now like nine fifteen and there still wasn't a date, but they were like we're going via was like, okay, cool. I don't think anybody on the show has been to Lotfi. Yeah. I, I mean, we wanted them to get out there out there, and that's what they're doing the club, if you want, please play it Noah. Embrace large she'd license that Musset Shane saying that he wants to with what the cost and the call now and say. Great clip. He's like Hannah likes him so much all he wants to do is win. And right now that what's on the line is happiness and probably her sanity. Very fair, Kevin very ferry. Bell set. Go kevin. But thanks for the words of wisdom, your way out of you befriend. Let's talk about what happened in the second hour. Because I saw where this was heading and I said, I got shut this off. I'm not sticking around for this little play-by-play play. Halftime report show with Chris Harrison on putting on the MTV TV and movie awards. Yeah, Chris, Chris and Hannah sat down in Lafayette. And even at that point, I was like, okay we're really dragging this along Chris thinks processes going to work. Like what are you, what are you feeling? And I was like, what is she going to leave? That's that's on thing. She's not just gonna, you know, so it's like having the idea of, oh, she just going to quit the shout and she's not gonna know she's not going to quit the show, whenever there's always a part in the season, where the bachelor or the bachelorette says, I can't do this anymore. I don't wanna do this anymore and for a quick second in your brain. You think I think quit the show right now but they're not allowed to quit the show contract. They can't quit the show. So we go to commercial and it comes back to Chris outside the mansion there back in LA. It was this we're now clearly watching footage. That was. Filmed after the season ended would be my guess. And Chris having a sit down chat. They're just going through everything. That's happened. The last five weeks up until literally the footage. We watch at the beginning of this episode like they were recapping what we watched in the first half hour of the show. We just watched this. You could have not watched any episodes of the bachelor at the season and have been all caught up last. Oh, I'm confused. Why waste my time watching week to week when I you just want it every kost, I just picked it up from there. Although we wouldn't do that because we like to give people the bachelorette recaps friend somebody our job. Somebody tweeted at me because I was like, Wow, I've just wasted five weeks. I could've just watch this camp. But you wouldn't have seen all the make outs. We would have to make a lot of good. Tyler, what I was going to say we need to see the Tyler see make out footage, and it would have been upsetting to not do that. We wouldn't have even known about it. So good on us for watching except. They did this stupid bullshit play by play. Oh, look what happened in the. Season. Nobody cares showing notes because we've seen it already jokes like never never before seen footage would Jonathan. Nobody cared K members Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan is exactly. Nobody remembers Jonathan is we're gonna spend five minutes talking about Jonathan. Yeah. Like, come on. You're wasting up precious time. Chris Harrison now. Listen, Chris, I love you. We have the same birthday birthday twins. I respect you in every way, but wasting our precious time this, but at the same time it goes, it goes back and forth, because you say you wasted our precious time. But also, you got all these people to watch that. So you are really great at your job. He is. He is. The man is conducts a great interview. Yeah. He does. And you know, he asked Hanna who who she would like to kiss all day long. She said, Luke. So that was a barf moment. God. I see..

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"lupi" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"He's like you mind mine for step back here, DO, what get off the show, but he won't get off the show because Hannah lets him stay. She doesn't give them a rose. But she wants him to be here. He goes back to the guys. They're, they're pests. And he's like, so she didn't give me a rose. But she wants me to stay and these guys are just piss. You posted a tweet of some guys faces and all of them are just absolutely disturbed that Lupi sticking around they want nothing to do with him. Absolutely nothing to do with not one. He doesn't have one friend, and that's the biggest telltale sign is that what it there's fifteen guys in house still right now ever. Many not one of those guys likes him, right? You know, maybe one or two that kind of sauve the other side of Luke. I'd be like, all right. Maybe there's something. No one of them like it, and we're down. Yeah. I mean, actually, I wonder how many it is exactly. It's like ten. Wow, we're moving fast. So or lease at least after the three got sent home lost, but it's crazy to me because I got multiple people and saw some people on Twitter saying that. If Luke was there, the guys would just be ganging up on somebody else, because that's what they've been doing this season. They point fingers and get that person eliminated. But I just think that's absolutely wrong. Like I, I really think of Luke was gone. They would not be fighting. They all everybody else gets alone. They don't seem to like each other. I don't think I don't think anybody would be fighting. But it's easy to say that when loopy is the problem take loopy out of the situation. Now, do they focus on their focusing on each other, so more problems could happen from them focusing on each other and not just focusing loopy? But right now, they're all focusing on Lupi. So it's hard to fight with each other. Because there yet because it has a comment and me, but it's like I just I don't know. It's very bizarre to me, just and also just because on that group date in last week without Lupi Hannah was like this is the best day ever day, like everybody got along so well, it's such a great time, everyone respectful and Luke just wasn't there. Like why they're see that Luke is the problem. There's zero redeeming qualities about Luke. I want to say that because it would be different. If say loopy was just like absolutely horrendous human being everything he does is annoying, but he was super hot Lupi was just so, so hot undeniably hot. But had sucky personality and Hannah just kept him around. I could maybe we'll Hannah thinks, he's that's the things. He's not that hot like. But I don't wanna say that because he's an attractive guy is hot, but he's not hot enough to cover up all these is think we're blinded by how annoying he is. Now, I think of Jackson he is a very hot guy. You know, so you just annoyed the shit out of us. I don't think he's not even that hot. Just so you think if we didn't that gives annoying think he's super hop, because I don't think I think he was like, whoa. Oh my God. You're so hot. I don't think I don't know. I, maybe but I'm gonna go back to what we I said about the guys and see what we said about him. Yeah. Because I don't even remember what I said about him at first before I realized how he was said he was really hot. I don't remember. I can't look at him without seeing pest written on a space Christoph from frozen now. I think they look exactly the same. Yeah, I guess, so. That's all I'm saying. Yeah. Every time is dumb face. I think Chris often frozen. Yeah. That is a good comparison out on thinking, say of eyebrows. Yeah. I don't know what it is. And they say, yeah. I called I called Luke p pesky little bug. And that's what is just yet. Lupi Luke pests perfect. It's just what he is just a pest. So now he's back. Everybody's pissed now. Hannah can't control our emotions at. This point in time, because she a lot is going on for her Lupis causing problems. She thinks it's all the guys that are making her crazy. Yeah..

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"lupi" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Well, how about her saying that Lupi is one? That is the best kisser who she could make out with all day. I don't remember that happening. But that's no surprise to me. Yeah. Yes. That was interesting. And then. We just go into the preview and there's some drama coming coming our way. So hopefully they'll make make this episode up to us. Anything that stood out to you from the preview excited about the he's ready to propose to you right now, someone coming back. Yeah, I don't. Because I don't think that's a finale like, if that's her finale, look fire the stylist. But like the stylus has been so on point this season that I can't imagine that would be her her engagement infant. Yeah. And like, why would crispy telling her because isn't that supposed to be like, yeah, if it's one of the two finally, you're going to assume? Yeah he's ready to propose. So is that talking about Luke, because it looks like we're getting, she's sending lewke home when he talks about, like the marriage bed, something like that. And getting all upset about. Gee jumping naked with Gary courses him who's going to be upset about her engaging in intercourse. Yeah. Of course, why wouldn't it be well starts with just naked bungee jumping he's upset about. So I would be upset if I had to make it bungee Jim it'd be upset about having to do it, but. Oh my goodness. So Garrett is going to get a one on one day. But at least we know that. Yeah. Yeah. This, it's going to be it's going to be interesting. But it's definitely still the Luke show for quite some time. So yeah, it looked like we saw him in Greece. And from what I understand that is their finale location. Overly. Yeah. They're seen. Yeah. And it looks like she's having a talk with Luke at the kind of setup that looks like a fantasy sweet setup in terms of like the dinner of the backdrop. It's just looked like. Call that set up where you hand the. So this is maybe where the fight goes down. And like, he's probably not the first one so she probably. Yeah, actually, call me. Yeah. So he's like, what about keeping the marriage bed pure and what happened before this horrible, horrible? But it looks like she stands up for yourself and says, something like my husband would never talk to me like that. So interesting. We haven't seen anything quite like that before. No some horrible shaming on fantasy sweet week. But something to watch for. I'm glad you should watch for not look forward to. For a to continuing to be on my screen, but it's just going to happen. We always with these previews. We have to watch for it actually happening because sometimes they show us something that we never see it again. So..

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"lupi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"It needs to get people on the same page what he did where he was completely wrong. Is he talked down to her? He talked to her like this is my expectation and year going to obey it wasn't it wasn't a conversation to be had. It was a decision that he made down. It was a decision that he made that he was going to force her into an that is completely wrong. And then love do you think that she was like, oh, but it's too late for that? 'cause you think this yard is up with somebody before that conversation, which would allude to Luke possibly being in the top three by all, like regular standards of how this show goes, you know, hometowns four top three finishes suites. I don't know how soon this is. I don't think it's that far off from now. I don't think it's anywhere close to fantasy so all right. Yeah, I think it soon, I think she's intimate with somebody or maybe multiple people, and then this conversation happens, and she's like, well one loop. I owe you nothing to don't shame me because all he did. And this is this is a big mistake by men in the past, and also just re couples in general, what he did is he forced her to feel shame. That is completely wrong any level in any relationship. Her only response was to feel shameful or to stand up, and complete protection of who she was there was no dialogue to allow her to empathetic or or. Calmly walked back into the conversation. She he had put her in a corner, and she had to respond with some type of force or like was some type of bigger and she did. And I think she said, a great is. She said, hey, Luke, I have had sex with somebody and Jesus still loves me. So don't lead us again. Jesus as a weapon here to put me into your little corner into your little box into what you think is right and wrong because quite honestly, we ain't there yet. Boy, we haven't talked about this you. Oh me. I owe you nothing except continue to pursue this relationship, and I think this is a good lesson in one that I hope cultivates conversation from here on out is no matter what your moral standing is, and your values are at have a conversation, don't demand. Hey, Ben, I have a question. Do you think that he was saying it out of his religious feelings? Or do you think that he was saying it as a way to control her activity with other guys both? Okay. Yeah. We want to be protective of Lupi here. If you notice on this podcast, we, we, we don't want to bash, the dude. I it's been too much bashing. I mean this guy, literally again Twitter this week, the headline is nobody pleased Lupi needs a second chance like believe it or not like like the guy or not..

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"lupi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Minutes television. With really two points. Lupi admits he's he has failures Hannah keeps it around and the guys hate him. And now we go Chris Harrison Hannah for the break down to where we want to find out whereas she at in her time at accurate. We find out, she's not a great place. What's your response to that? I think it kind of goes off what you were just saying. She at this, this is a weird point of the competition, quote where she hasn't had more than she hasn't even had one on ones with all of these guys. And the guys that you really likes she's show. She hasn't even had a one Peter just crazy. So I think that the she's only had like nine hours of quality time with the guys that you likes and you don't really you kind of forget about that time when you are so overwhelmed with the other drama with the Luke drama. And it was like a couple of weeks ago. You know, like even now in Scotland or in Latvia, she's two weeks removed from even her date with Tyler see. So, of course, she's not like Tyler is not like prominent in her mind right now when the guys just keep bickering. She's not, like, oh, remember that time in Newport, where I had such a great day with Tyler see, like now she's just not thinking about that, her mindsets totally whacked out. And I think this Chris Harrison chat was just a reset button for her. I think she did not. I think Cana is a person who's, like, whatever is right in front of her is like her whole world, like what's going on? So I think in this situation, she was just like went into panic mode, and was like, I'm done. I can't so I think she needed the reset for sure totally. All right. So good point. I want to have a little girl chat as we call it on the show, whenever you see, like two people together talking about a situation going on, we call it a girl, jet or Gotcha. So I'm going to have a little girl Gye with Heather in just one minute of first, we have to talk about blue apron. Ben are you cooking with Jess and your blue apron with no shirt underneath? That's the way I do. To do that. So bad for her will now it's not appropriate. Yeah. That's a good point. Amy wasn't an at the moment in our relationship with Amy that I was like, you know, I don't know what's getting said here, but I'm not against it names because Amy our producer, just a beautiful person inside it now..

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"lupi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Because at that point, we thought there is going to be a redemption story. I definitely did because I was like this front runner. I like they're going to not like him for like an episode or two, which is actually quite common if you look back on, like bachelor history. There's like sometimes villains that come out early on that turn out to not be villains at all. And I thought I felt like he was going to be one of those, but it doesn't look like it anymore. So, yeah, I think we both know agree talking on the podcast and awful on that. It's once that kind of became clear that there's not a redemption story. There's no use in just dragging this dude, the mud so fair. It's not fun. It's whatever. But we still got a breakdown, the episode. So this were picking up the standoff continues, the opening scene looks like this, all the boys are addressing their concerns of Lupis situation. Jed said, this is something we'd be careful of return to Lupis ability to manipulate Ashley. Here's my response, and I want to hear what you think this scene made me realize that I don't think Lupi has any clue of what he's actually doing. Meaning this is not an intentional manipulation. It's not intentional from the hurt. Everybody in the house. I honestly think he cannot help himself that his personality or the way he's dealt with people in the past has led up to the point, probably for the first time in his life. He's watching it back and having to be self aware. And he's now realizing probably watching this that he has manipulated people. He has hurt people along the way just because of how he deals with people, but watching the scene. I don't think he realizes..

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"lupi" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on Z104

"Seventies. David watch the bachelorette last night and there's one looks on their shell Luke p was going with Lucas karma is a and you're gonna get yours. Lupi versus Luke asks on the metro, by the way checks, the Luke s is not for Skywalker because he's not real. Luke p is not prepared because he's deed. Coming up next in today's E ON the Z Bradley Cooper, lady Gaga. Oh boy, relationship rumors. We starting this back up again. Yeah. Something happened to making them more believable. Into. Good. The. See. Who? On the break. Are they gonna take trophies? Some of the. These ones. Trust your whole. In. While you're watching something pretty store Koeppen jeopardy less. What? What a gay guy else, you're the.

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"lupi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Hey, no. Remember having a paragraph like that? But I do remember the fun facts. And I remember when Chris Harrison did his top five to watch that they did a little paragraph on me. And did it like that? This is this is what's on the bachelorette website right now. And this is why I think that Lupi there's something behind the scenes because anytime the show will put that much positive. Words behind one person. It makes me go something's up here. Some is about to happen in baby. Not but I'm just saying it seems to be point to it. Mine was ridiculous made me so basic it was like she likes yoga and sushi. Page left for your paradise picks. We've got Peter Ryan Scott who's who prot who very well could be there. Tyler in Tyler g Tyler my number one pick. He's not this is really hard for me. Because two of my favorites are on here. Peter for me and Tyler c k. Can I think both? I just wanna make sure I'm going one hundred percent, Peter. All right highly Pete you guys have interests. Also, Katie I hear well wills wills is interested in getting to know, Katie better. Hi, low. Hi, wills. I said how else do you as no each other yet? I met him. Once you've been once. Yeah. Oh, he's so nice smile on your face. How good was it? Easy me. Yeah. I can I don't know. You could see I thought we could only see him. No, no. I just heard that before. So I don't I don't like to put any pressure on anything ever. Because then I just get weird. But kids is would be out of this world. Stunning children. Wow. He's a he's a Cutie. He's really sweet. Yeah. That's that's all right. Cool. I ship it. He would get your Descartes if you had one first day of paradise. And he was there. I don't know. It depends on who else is there to dog. I'm just glad I don't have to go back and do that. Again, you did it touts. Why's that? I could feel my heart dropped us thinking about getting a day card or like the guy that I like getting a day card. Up next. We're gonna do reader emails with our guest co host, Katie. And Demi our first one is from Leira, the first bachelor was actually, they say, hey, so Andy Baldwin was the first batch Soto both of the final woman, he loved them in the show never acknowledges. This do. You know, why I don't know. Why do you guys know why no different generations? I literally don't care at all. Either. For generations. There's like two distinct generations, I feel of the bachelor for some reason I started watching it Allie season. And I think around that Jake alley season was when a whole bunch of other young upper teens early twenties started watching the show, and we know nothing before that. And then the people who have been around since trista have kind of stayed around forever. But I think there was a new influx around two thousand ten this is just this is just my opinion. I think so too. I think you're right. Good point. Yeah. That could be also like, yeah. I mean if you were watching Andy Baldwin season what was that twenty years ago? Yeah. I was made. Sixteen year four allow twenty four and that was twenty years ago who's for it wasn't twenty years ago. It was like two thousand or five. Oh, really? You know, she doesn't choose the first guy. Oh, we weren't talking about. I don't. So why do they hide it from the why do they not show it they showed it? They never been a big deal. Ben is always regarded as the first bachelor who said to I love us any Baldwin's bachelor from April second two thousand seven. Oh, oh, my Josh elementary how women react to the two. I love us with Andy. Because maybe that was the difference. Maybe that was the difference. Maybe one of them didn't like the island. Maybe. Yeah. Maybe one of them was like who cares anyway. And then, but you you really shook up shook up some stuff, Ben. Yeah. Really? Now. But it's like, I'm falling in love with you. And following there's like five different stages..

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"lupi" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on Overdue

"He's in like a second or third Lupis doing this, and it's like he's and he's, he's found a couple of women and he said he loves them any makes vague promises to let come back for them, but then he doesn't. And so by the time you get to the third or fourth woman, he does this to third or fourth like location that he's been to without making any super obvious progress toward what you think the goal of the book is, okay. That's kind of where I was getting a little bit frustrated and his eternal self confidence for me, sort of flattened out the peaks and valleys of normal adventure story where you have your triumphs and you have your low points. Like if you're just thinking about like classic Lord of the rings stuff, think about like how dire that stretch, like right before ribbon del feels in fellowship and then like what a relief it is to hang out in ribbon del coche. You know? Well, yeah. And also think about how like so many of these types of serialized stories that we are now pretty familiar with even like TV comic book. I'm thinking like Adam, west Batman, con stuff like those. Those stories are not super long for reason like a problem is presented. A problem is solved and then it's like tune in next week. Same time. Same Matt channel. Show. How long did you know you're gonna make that joke? Actually to the second I said out of, okay, great. I didn't know that was premeditated because it did. It makes a difference on how you're going to be sentenced in comedy court. So, yeah, it's like maybe at that point in time the the style had worn out. Its welcome. A little busy. Yeah, just a little bit like it was. It was like eating, like if you. I don't know if you eat like a really good bowl cereal, but you like poured yourself too much and you're getting toward the bottom of it and you don't want to waste it by you've boy eating law that serial, and it's just tasted the same every time and it's a little soggy. For me eating all that you get worse, like cereal that's like set a timer on a meal before gets real bad. Yeah, is when the mill kits, the cereal, you got like five minutes, it's just like when you get is cream out of the freezer at the grocery source, like the game is on, have to get out of here..

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"lupi" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Digestion in all kinds always nobody knew genesis all kinds of things shipped just based on consciousness so as soon as i began to realize this is another small effect it's a massive effect in terms of health and also of lifespan one of our one of our guests his name is joseph gallon burger and he has done some research in las vegas with his students dawson and what he has concluded if you go to any used las vegas because he wanted to see what would happen with wins and losses based on attitude and he has proven that if you go into an any any kind of event negative in down and not feeling positive about it he's not going to happen and if if on the other hand you're upbeat and you're excited and things seem good chances are it's gonna work out for you and he has st he tested that in las vegas at the tables and and he's convinced that being positive works isn't that amazing yeah i'll tell you another funny fact that you're you're listening to steffi lupi she but they're only things called phenomena like telekinesis clairvoyance because so on and they're there i don't know if you're aware this whole field of research fiscal the sheep and goats outta we ever search and so people are sheep they believe in these things or the goats skeptics that i leaving them and what research shows is that if you're a sheep who believes in telepathy and precollege collision lo things you're highly likely to experience that but if you're a goat and does believe even them it's highly unlikely fuel experience data trite.

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Texas' First Hispanic Female Sheriff Enters Governor's Race

Battle Lines

01:18 min | 3 years ago

Texas' First Hispanic Female Sheriff Enters Governor's Race

"Will apply to about seven million people who have fully insured coverage through an employer that insurance generally involves smaller businesses a jerry house the first despotic female sheriff in texas is headed to a democratic runoff against the son of a former governor in their longshot bid to unseat republican governor greg abbott former dallas county sheriff lupi alba's and houston investor andrew white advanced tuesday from a field of nine largely unknown democratic primary candidates the runoff elections may twenty sackett us senator said crews and us representative beto work advanced to a closely watched november match up in the lonestar state more these stories a town hall dot com a patrick flaws there are over nine billion animals raised on farm some branches across the country each year for far too long those animals were not asked him what he protections to ensure they're humane treatment and care luckily titans have changed and more and more farmers are raising their animals seven cordons but the american humane set the goal of science they standards american humane is this country's first national humane organization at is committed to working with farmers to offer ethnically driven consumers humanely race.

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"lupi" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"lupi" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To the usual a source of information or the i have it right here in front of that i got it uh let's see lupi didn't yongle even though she is in the movie she can't get tickets the black panther that's how popular this being that their presale tickets black panther and i believe that it has shattered the fandango dot com presale record for any marvel movie ever like this movie is going to be superpopular there's a lot of buzz around it that this is the movie of the spring to go and see when does it come out event i think in march february fifth uncover 15th of house totally wrong that soon all right said it's hot yep february fifteen that ansi rose i mean i have just pulled it up and he came up on the speaking of low peter new ongo she's going to be one of the presenters at the screen actors guild awards along with halle berry and some others were just going to keep you posted the gan that's slick a week from sunday were so excited okay danny what's next sean hayes we love sean aging men race of course and when he finally came out to his parents is mom told him to see a therapist have thought they could you know fix him that way okay i did not read this story i did read the story you did yes it does have a happy ending ganguly it was not can you imagine need does he sa as so was the most difficult at first but he said she came around and now completely accepts him as he is well that kind that how scary that would be for a young person and then to have your assurance reject you sir like me i can't figure i mean that's that's hard stuff even spielberg as a prediction for the oscars he says at least one woman we'll be nominated for best picture best director amee well it's kennewick rediker way exactly ladybird kinda i think he's right i think he's right tell her and a little bit about greta gerbert gerb graduates gregor wig he got.

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