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Fresh update on "maggie" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:30 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "maggie" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"All your dry cleaning and take it to zips today Common news times 7 11 silence In the apartment Later in the day doctor barrel bomb left the apartment Showed up in New Jersey But the birthday party For his nephew we were telling people that y'all had left the apartment in a hug My mother says do you know where Gayle is They had to fight this morning and Gail never came home My heart went into my rogue On one day July 8th 1985 Robert baron Brown came into the priest and to report his wife Gale missing just weeks after his wife Gayle vanishes in New York City Robert beer and bomb starts spending time out on Long Island He was seen partying in a Hampton But the next chapter in the beer and bomb saga the startling new life and transformation This new doctor in town that you know had all the tricks up his sleeve Waves of story started coming in from New York Little gossipy ways of the missing wife Did you wonder who the heck was I dating all this time Many times Many times Investigators make a shocking discovery at a New Jersey airfield The flight records Oh my God he flew for two hours The day his wife disappeared And the fact that it isn't tell anybody This was a bombshell discovery It was it turned things upside down I get a phone call They've arrested Robert Bjorn baum for the murder of Gail cats And I might screaming guilty verdict that gets plastic surgeon Robert Barrett Since 2000 bob baron bound has been behind bars serving that sentence of 20 to life insisting he was innocent Just last December baron baum was up for parole 2020 obtained this transcript of that parole hearing and in it is a shocking revelation For the first time in 35 years bearing bomb finally admits to killing Gale The earth shifted I was in shock Wow John King and I was looking forward to that full report tonight on 2020 And now to one of the biggest movies of the year dune The film starring Jason Momoa has already made nearly a $130 million at the international box office and is now showing in theaters here And our Maggie ruley was given the greatest assignment to run around London for an hour with Jason Momoa himself Jason Jason Momoa Maggie ruley Oh my God.

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Fresh update on "maggie" discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:32 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "maggie" discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"That. say my age group. I'm at the point. Nine nine six. That's if i get infected. What is my actual chance. infection or dying from the corona doom as a percent of my age group in the total population. You have to add four. Zeros printer on how old your how many zeros. I believe from my age group. You hat to add four zeros to the point nine nine six which would make it point. Zero zero zero zero nine nine six jay. I'm horrified aren't you. I don't know if i'm gonna leave my house ever again. Mr barrett did reporting on monday a box office attendance. The new halloween kills movie. And someone should have killed. It grows fifty four million dollars. all right miniature played. What's your point last sunday. Night my son decided he was going to go to the movies and he went to the local. Cineplex got Ten screens in it Is it where it's open. People strolling in air like like like like the doom never happen. Some people have mask on but it's not mandatory football games last weekend georgia versus kentucky ninety four thousand people packed into sanders and field. I didn't see a mask. And i watched that old game then zia mask. We are finished the same people that have not joined the doom cult. Religion are finished with this the only thing that has transpired is like the ratchet effect the government is identified a crisis it created. It was fake crisis. It swooped in claimed all sorts of new powers to deal with it started administration in using those powers and then committed large portions of the population to getting used to it and it will never give those powers back there. Look you're no governor is ever going to get his emergency powers back. He's not going to give them back not going to happen. You wanna hear another biden. Where did you hear this one here. Maggie digital media founded six so regime later buying his ex. Well what do you say to people that are pointing out there. Colin powell was double jab and and was infected with coveted and died even vaccinated mike. What they're saying about my buddy colin powell and he was my friend passed away. Colin powell was vaccinated. He still dying well. He knew he had serious underlying conditions. It would be difficult. He clearly would've been gone earlier. Had you not gotten the vaccine had not gotten the the shots but my generic point is. There's so much misinformation. Yeah from you you just gave misinformation. How could you possibly know that he clearly would have suffered more. Had he not gotten a jab who even said something like.

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U.S. Gymnasts Say FBI Failed to Protect Them From Sexual Abuse

Mojo In The Morning

01:56 min | Last month

U.S. Gymnasts Say FBI Failed to Protect Them From Sexual Abuse

"Four american gymnast. Simone biles michaela maroney aly rice. Men and maggie nichols sat in front of the senate yesterday. Engaged emotional testimony about the abuse. They suffered at the hands of former usa gymnastics doctor. Larry nassar and their feelings of betrayal by investigators particularly the fbi the fbi. Let them down big time. This is simone biles. I don't want another young gymnast. Olympic athlete or any individual to experience the horror that i and hundreds of others have endured before during and continuing to this day in the week of the larry nassar abuse. She said the scars of this horrific abuse continue and the impact will never be over michaela. Maroni told a story about sitting on her bedroom floor back in twenty fifteen and talking to the fbi over the phone and telling them all of the details of everything that had happened to her and then told the f. b. i. About tokyo the day he gave me a sleeping pill for the plane. Ride to then work on me. Later that night that evening i was naked completely alone with him on top of me molesting me for hours. I began crying at the memory over the phone. And there was just dead silence. I was so shocked at the agents silence and disregard for my trauma. After that minute of silence he asked is that all advocates for the young women. Say as many as one hundred twenty athletes may have been abused by nasser. they says l. erased men nassir found more than one hundred new victims to molest serving innocent children up to a pedophile on a silver platter. All we needed was one adult to do the right thing. I don't know if you guys saw this part of her testimony but she told a story about sitting with an fbi agent and him trying to convince her that everything that had happened. Wasn't that bad.

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Simone Biles to Testify Against FBI in Larry Nassar Case

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | Last month

Simone Biles to Testify Against FBI in Larry Nassar Case

"Biles and three other prominent. Us gymnasts are scheduled to testify on capitol hill today. Npr's carrie johnson reports. Lawmakers are examining the fbi's failure to fully investigate. Dr larry nassar following abuse complaints. The justice department inspector general says the fbi failed to act with urgency after received tips. About larry nassar in two thousand fifteen in all more than two hundred fifty women have since. Come forward to say that. Nassar sexually abused them as girls or young athletes including gymnast. Simone biles michaela maroney maggie nicols and allie razman all. Four women are expected to testify before the senate judiciary committee. Lawmakers say they're probing fundamental mistakes by the fbi that allowed nassar to continue to prey on young people. He's been sentenced to more than one hundred years in

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"maggie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:34 min | Last month

"maggie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Maggie, say Jack. First of all, how's packed? He's doing well from the perspective of his daughter. It was a scary experience. I'm not going to lie, but he's doing great, and I know he's so excited to be back next week. We'll be back will be glad to have him back as well. And in the meantime, are you ready to touch some letters? Let's get started. Alright. Thanks so much. Oh, boy, Let's go. Hey, you're not a fan of hers. I think that that's already that was Have they done it old, isn't it? I don't know. I know September 10th that That's what? Because I know way had surgery before he had a procedure. Both of them were at it. Oh, so maybe it's a repeat Maggie's coming back. Yeah, because I remember that and she came back. You know, she was doing the letters and they had the banter like that. And that did it was like, Oh, boy. But when she's just doing the letter thing, how can you have? How can you not like her in that role? I mean, I understand. Maybe she's not totally a chance. I'm fine with it. I'm fine with her when she's just turning letters. I don't care. It's just when she talks and does those interviews afterwards, and she's you know at the locations. Oh, she just I don't know what it is. She's just not very Did you hear how nobody responded when she said she was going to fill in? He was and I didn't know. How would we monitor that? Oh, is there a studio? Is there an audience? I don't know if there was. Yeah, there was nothing. It was like. Yeah. You never, uh so daughter, Maggie said Sajak mad, Maggie, say Jack will be not turning the letters right? Because yesterday I was corrected. They turn. They don't turn them anymore. They touch you touch them. Yeah. They light up and then they go touch them, and they light up even more. No. Are you a fan of Maggie's? I don't remember. I don't remember her. But I do remember his daughter did do that before so We are going to get to anyone Watch the game last night, The Bucks and Cowboys I some observations. Mark Carmen's going to join us with some observations. Obi will be on the show later, too, because a lot bears fans just seem a little mixed when it comes to expectations for this season. It's like we all want to be excited. We wanted to be good. And yet we're not so sure. Maybe in the back of our heads if it will be Breaking down some of what is to come coming up with Obi and Mark Carmen. Just want to mention this, though, did you hear about this? Chicago was just voted the second most beautiful city in the world. In the world. This is time out, people who travel and visit a lot of cities. It's thousands 27,000 people voted about cities all over the world. And 79% of voters second only to Prague. Prague was number one. Chicago number two said This is just a beautiful, beautiful city. I gotta agree. I've never been to Prague if you've been to Prague Never been there. No, I've heard great things about it, Though. Me, too. It's one of those places. It's always on the list, and then I always go somewhere else. I'm sure but I need to know She's got a lot of time on her hands. As we learned she works like one month a year. That's all the shows in. Makes 10 million. And then she travels for the rest of it. Did you always see your in the in the celebrity magazines on a beach somewhere? Don't Yeah, I was enjoying your life. That's why we're jealous of. Well, That is why I'm jealous. Well, Mary, there might be an opportunity. I don't know. I mean, they only signed till 2023. Let's just see. See if there's you know, See what happens there. Although it seems as if Maggie say Jack is about to jump in to say she looks like she's waiting in the wings does feel that way. It does feel that way. Maybe she'll try out for jeopardy host to I don't know. I don't know There's a lot going on over there. We're going to get to what's going on with the Bears. Your mark Carmen will join us. In just a minute. Here. It's 1 20 It's Friday afternoon, happy.

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A Look Back at the 2001 Film 'In the Mood for Love'

Filmspotting

01:54 min | 2 months ago

A Look Back at the 2001 Film 'In the Mood for Love'

"Let's get to that review of in the mood for love the sixth and final film our world of car marathon. This marathon has been inspired by wong's recent restoration of seven of his best known films. All of which are included in the criterion collection's new world of car. Kawhi box set. Thankfully these are also available. They're currently streaming on the criterion channel. Right now in the mood for love debuted at the two thousand canned film festival where it was nominated for the palm door and start tony. Leon won the fess best-actor prize. It opened here in the states in march two thousand one to pretty universal critical acclaim. But maybe this is something we can talk a little bit about josh. My feeling is that its reputation has only grown over the last twenty years for example back at the end of the last decade in late. Two thousand nine. The guardian had in the mood for love as it's forty eighth best film of the decade fast forward ten years later for a best films of the twenty first century list mood and moved up all the way to number five and then in two thousand sixteen. The bbc pulled over a hundred critics for a best movies of the twentieth century. Lists and in the mood for love landed at number two right behind no real surprise to me. My beloved mulholland drive from director david lynch and other films that is probably only grown in esteem over the years quickly. The plot it set in early nineteen sixties hong kong sort of picks up where days of being wild left off josh. It's part of an informal trilogy with that film and wong's later film twenty forty six. Tony leon and maggie cheung our neighbors in a cramped boardinghouse. They're both married. They're both lonely and they soon realized that their spouses are having an affair with each other. Leon chung bond over this betrayal and eventually do get quite close but never act on their feelings for each other this being a one car y movie after

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Bears QB Justin Fields to Play Extensively in Preseason Debut

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Bears QB Justin Fields to Play Extensively in Preseason Debut

"Just a couple of days, Bears fans will get their first look at Justin Fields in game action with bears host the Dolphin Saturday. He will play and play a lot, according to Matt Nagy. Last A half fields relieve an adult in the first quarter and come out after the halftime as well, Maggie said. From there, he'll see how it's going. Bears and dolphins wrapped up their three days of joint practices earlier today up in Dallas

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Baby Mama: A Trophy Wifes Headache

Joseyphina's World

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Baby Mama: A Trophy Wifes Headache

"Was feeling over the moon toward her upcoming nuptials. She was on the verge of giving up and calling it quits. When elvis proposed she was surprised at the out of the blue popping the question she was suspecting him of seeing another lady and she wasn't going to allow herself to be dumped so an elvis invited her to dinner at a restaurant. She knew the day of reckoning head. Come she prepared herself mentally and emotionally for the moment. She watched him warily as they ate. What was he waiting for for her to finish her dinner before he said so she would puke them out or would he say that she was chewing so it would choke her. No she would say it first. Margaret will you elvis. I know what. You're going to say. Mary me maggie eyes bulged. Was she dreaming. Are you asking me to. Elvis smiled and got down on one knee and ask the unbelievable yet overdue question again she said yes breathlessly. Still in shock over the turn of events so he chose her. Whoever he was seeing must not have had enough to keep her efforts. She feared she was going to lose him on the basis of her decision to abstain since he was sexually active when they met but it looked like the good girl won the battle over the bad boy but her tail wasn't going to have the usual happy ending about four days to the wedding. Margaret found out. Elvis had a baby on the way so he found himself someone to sort him out after their brief. Make out sessions no wonder. He didn't protest much about the abstinence. Pledge she had made years ago was she disappointed yes. She was heartbroken that although she was the one he had chosen to marry. A part of him would always be out there a part of him. That didn't include her. She wanted to call off the wedding but she couldn't. How could she when all the invitation cards had been sent and the event planner caterer and make up artist of all been pay. How was she going to explain to her family. Friends colleagues at work her facebook and instagram friends and followers that she was going to remain single a little while longer.

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Fat Discrimination Expert Virgie Tovar's 3 Levels of Fatphobia

Food Psych

02:53 min | 2 months ago

Fat Discrimination Expert Virgie Tovar's 3 Levels of Fatphobia

"Concept is called the three levels of fat phobia and the idea. Is that although people of all sizes can definitely be stigmatized for their size. People in larger bodies generally experience more weight across all areas of society than those in smaller bodies and especially in these three levels of fat phobia and the three levels are the intra personal or within person level the interpersonal or between people level and the institutional level so the first level the interrupt personal level is about how fat phobia affects people's self image. And that's the kind of internalized stigma that basically all of us have right. The vast vast majority of people in this culture have experienced and probably everyone listening to this. Podcast is experienced regardless of their actual size and the fact that we pretty much all have some level of interpersonal weight. Stigma in our society is one of the hallmarks of living. In diet culture now the second level the interpersonal level is about how other people treat you and perceive you. People in smaller bodies may experience fat phobia on this level for sure like when someone in their life foist their own disordered views onto them. Which is what happened to you with your dad k. And sadly this often happens when a parent or caregiver has an untreated eating disorder or body morpheus of their own that makes them see their child as unacceptably large because in a lot of cases. They see their child as an extension of themselves but it can also happen when a parent has other mental health issues that make them abusive and the abuse just happens to take the form of fat phobia at times because that's very common form of bigotry and diet culture and so you know if people are seizing on something Used to abuse another person with fat phobia can often come into play there. So for the most part people in larger bodies are the ones who bear the brunt of fat phobia at this second level the interpersonal level. So you know think about bullying on the playground. Fat-phobic comments from lots of family members. Maybe not just one or two teachers and other authority figures telling you to lose weight all of that stuff right but interpersonal fat phobia can also definitely happen to smaller body. People in specific ways like the one year describing case. So you definitely had this the second level fat phobia aimed at you. And then the third level of fat phobia which is called institutional fat phobia exclusively affects people in larger bodies. And that's the experience when physical spaces like airplane seats and restaurant booze and mri machines are not able to accommodate you. Or when you can't find closed large enough to fit you at mainstream stores or when you don't see people of your size represented in the media except as harmful stereotypes or when you're barred from getting appropriate medical care because of your body size. All of that is fat phobia

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Politico Reports How Democrats Are Losing Ground in 'School Equity Plans'

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Politico Reports How Democrats Are Losing Ground in 'School Equity Plans'

"There's a story in politico. By Maggie Sevens. If that is your name. People are scared. Democrats lose ground on school equity plans Oh, I got my attention. An immigrant who came to the United States from the Soviet Union. She's a registered Democrat from Cemetery County, California. She's alarmed over her state's new model, ethnic studies curriculum. Which sites critical race. There is a key theoretical framework and pedagogy. I want to remind you, it's critical race theory. Member. That word theory. This is, In fact, it's not history. It's not substance. It's racism Dressed up a scholarship. It is Louis Farrakhan is, um, that's what it is. With an end game of Marxism. I firmly believe that if the vast majority of Californians and Americans knew about this and about the content of this type of curriculum, this would not be happening. We would not be having this conversation, Kaplan said. Registered Democrat who voted for Biden. Kaplan, who has launched an email list, set up meetings with state legislators and recruited people to meet with their school boards to discuss ethnic studies. Uh, a Let's see here. They're up in arms over their school systems. New equity initiatives, which they argue are costly and divisive, encouraging students to group themselves by race and take proactive stances. Proponents of the initiatives say they are long overdue. Uh, toward getting rid of systemic racism in the school system. The national level. Democrats have insisted that the brush fires over critical race theory. Largely the work of right wing activists who willfully misrepresent what it means. And they blame Fox News for fanning parents anger of folks. These people are all liars, or they have no idea what they're talking about.

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"maggie" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

04:15 min | 3 months ago

"maggie" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"Of live happy now last year poet. Maggie smith gave us the book we needed with the bestseller. Keep moving notes on loss creativity and change this year. She's back with a new book. That help us rediscover the magic of living in the moment..

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"maggie" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

05:05 min | 3 months ago

"maggie" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"Okay you guys. i can't believe it. I can't believe it. But i was able to get to of the very best neighbors in the biz james and jane who somehow are also the emergency contact to the best dog in the biz maggie james. Thank you to the idea of maggie. Calling us in times of trouble should be fine. Thanks to different now so that listeners can play along maggie. His recently gotten herself an instagram. You tell us what her instagram handle is what kind of dog. she is. really. Take a maggie monster mu full name and maggie is the most important thing about maki. 'cause you're going to see photos of her is that she is a small dog. You're gonna look at photos and say like wow that's a lovely medium sized dog and you'll be wrong to put like something for scale next to her and she's a little thirty. Pound pit bull hybrid. She's mostly pinned mixed with miniature pinscher chihuahua and a bunch of other small dogs a tiny tiny pit bull. I'm like yeah. She looks like a baby. Pit bull forever. I think the oh jeez us to and people are like she's six cardiac permanent puppy on your hands with the attitude of a saint and dissenter. Okay halfway through that description sounded. Well how did you guys come to find maggie. Okay so we were looking. During the w- we wanted during the pandemic. I was like well. I have nothing to live for anymore. So i wanted to wake up for something i wanted to. I want to take care of something so we got really into finding a dog. We we not time love for dogs is additive. We went to. Where did he drive to. Dromey for buddy buddy old woman in line behind us and she was like. Are you here for buddy too. And i was like. We're going we buddy for doing so. We drove because mesa just to see the inside of drunk A rescue in camarillo that was first-come-first-served and we went there. The crack of dawn and maggie was the first dog that we met there and we are looking especially for a mellow dog. A melon smaller ninety was small and mellow. They paired us. Disappear like what is your activity level and be relentless somewhere in between sort of and a kind of like we've got the perfect and they brought this gorgeous little dog. Her name was theresa at the time. My mother theresa. Yeah yeah and we fell in love with her and we took her home and then we a couple of days later took it to the vet and the vet was like hey theresa we renamed by that point. They said theresa has every infection that you've ever heard of in your life so we were like this is easiest ever. She's so mellow life. she doesn't ever. She sleeps all day. Wow this is going to be a lot easier than i thought. Then we got her healthy. She became team. That we have a high energy demon. But she's very helping. Also you guys. But i think that is such a like testing ground out of the gate. You're just like oh oh exactly if you like. Give us examples of the best neighbors ever will there. You go just arts only once. He fell in love. We were like while whatever this dog needs like. We're gonna change now now. We had to match her activity level Sometimes i'll throw we've gotten ways around. It will throw a frisbee back and forth between the two of us and she just so we get to stay stelle gene ask. She's making us better. People one thing that makes maggie really happy is. She's got crushes in the neighborhood on man. I think maybe her number one crush is dot ning up. Really is her on my god. She's see she like weighs on. Her back is coming at it. Wants nothing to do with it. we can't. This is too much for tugboat. Hardly she's a very very strong intense woman. Yeah she knows what for what you want. It's mortifying from my perspective. Just because listen. We're and we're in a dawn of a new age where we want equality. Relationships and tugboat is just making maggie work for.

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Governor DeSantis Urges Floridians to Get Vaccinated

1A

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Governor DeSantis Urges Floridians to Get Vaccinated

"Rhonda Santis also urged his constituents to get the vaccine this week if you are vaccinated, fully vaccinated The chance of you getting seriously ill or dying from Covid is effectively zero if you look at the people that are being admitted to hospitals over 95% of them. Are either not fully vaccinated or not vaccinated at all. And so these vaccines are saving lives. They are reducing mortality. Now, Maggie Right now Florida is averaging the most new cases of any state at roughly 6000 Day. What's happening in Florida? And what are these new cases mean on the ground? Well, I mean, it means hospitals are starting to fill up. It's not as bad in Florida yet, as it has been in, say, Southwest Missouri, where some of the hospitals there were overwhelmed. But as you get more cases, you'll get more cases. Of course. This is an infectious disease. So the more infected people you have the more other people they're going to. In fact. Especially since as we know, unvaccinated people are more vulnerable, and Florida's one of those states that has a lot of unvaccinated people, so those hospitals are are preparing for another surge of patients. Well, a new

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"maggie" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

04:39 min | 3 months ago

"maggie" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"And this is here's the thing from iheart radio i'm kerry donahue and this is here's the thing from iheartradio kerry. What are you doing alex. Don't you remember. The staff of the show is going to be hosting episodes from the archives every other week for the rest of the summer. I completely forgot that. Well it's happening. Oh okay well. Best of luck kerry thanks alec. It happens pretty often on this show. But i'm a sucker for when alec talks with other actors two of my favorite interviews. He's done with julianne moore and maggie gyllenhaal. They are both so talented and often take on surprising. Challenging projects alec talked with maggie jilin holland twenty eighteen just after the release of the kindergarten teacher. We'll get into that conversation shortly. Alex conversation with julianne moore took place in two thousand fourteen..

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Pope Francis Leads Sunday Prayer a Week After Surgery

Doug Stephan

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Pope Francis Leads Sunday Prayer a Week After Surgery

"From the hospital balcony in Rome. Nearly a week after major intestinal surgery. Pope Francis delivering his Sunday blessing, smiling down on the crowd below cheers of Viva Il! Papa! Long live the pope! The pope looked well standing on his own his voice powerful. Gratitude, equality, thanking people for their prayers this week and calling for breed health care for all ABC is Maggie Ruli. In Rome, Major League Baseball announced that Tony nominee Christopher Jackson,

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The Fox Sisters: A Mysterious Haunting

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:14 min | 3 months ago

The Fox Sisters: A Mysterious Haunting

"Today story begins in december of eighteen. Forty seven when the fox family moves to the rural community of hides new york the plan to build their own home in the new town but the winter is pretty brutal so the construction comes to a stop in the meantime. John and margaret fox rent a modest house near the town centre and move in with their two young daughters. Fourteen year old maggie and eleven year old kate. This rental house is small like the four of them have to share a single bedroom. The parents asleep in one bed in maggie in kate and another and while it's kind of tight the fox's are relatively happy. John is a reformed alcoholic with a new outlook on life. Margaret is a super sweet mother who lives for her children as for maggie and kate. They're pretty much glued at the hip so they're never bored. Most nights in the new house are pretty unremarkable. After doing some chores and blowing out the candle they slip into their beds and fall asleep to the peaceful sounds of the river nearby. Of course there are other sounds too you know. The standard creepy sounds that come with living in a tiny shack in the middle of the woods. The wind howling the creaking of old trees. The pitter-patter of creatures scuttling through the night but on a cold march night. The fox's wake up to something different something other worldly. There's a sudden wrapping on the walls thumping on the ceilings and vibrations all around them naturally. Everyone's a little alarmed so they re light the candle and investigate this sound has to have a source an open window rattling an animal trapped inside a woodpecker on the roof. It could be any number of things but after checking every corner of the room and popping their heads outside. They don't find anything out of the ordinary. Which is a little weird sure. But it's the middle of the night in everyone's tired. So john margaret maggie and kate all go back to bed hoping that the sounds will just go away on their own. But that's wishful thinking.

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The Importance of Workplace Wellness With WELCOA's Maggie Gough

The Workr Beeing Podcast

01:58 min | 4 months ago

The Importance of Workplace Wellness With WELCOA's Maggie Gough

"When we think about workplace wellness Or specifically what is it about the workplace that makes wellness particularly important in that space. And in your new role here in will coa love to hear what you're doing to promote that workplace wellness. Well know when. I one of my first jobs really building programs for wellness was for college students and i mean i was probably in that job for two years before i actually really understood why in the world a university would care to help people from the age of eighteen to twenty three take care of themselves like they don't really have thought about what health beans at that age. And we feel pretty resilient at that age in so you come to realize that a university's mission is to create or to cultivate individuals. Not just who are intelligent. But who are civically engaged in meaningful contributors to our society and so of course we need for them to be able to care for themselves and to meet their own needs when they have them and all the sudden it begin to make sense and so when we asked the question why the workplace because we spend the majority of our life in the workplace mantas simple as that and people give their lives to the success of our companies so the very least that we can do as ask ourselves the question. In what way can. I make this a better experience for somebody who's giving of themselves towards my success michael's right and i think when we think of it as simple as that do. We really need more justification.

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"maggie" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

05:13 min | 4 months ago

"maggie" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"We are so lucky to have maggie golf with us. She is the director of member experience. At welcoa she has tons of experience in the workplace wellness arena. Were very lucky to have her here today. And she's going to talk to us about her philosophy on wellness So thank you so much maggie for being here. Oh it's such a pleasure. I always enjoy my conversations with the two of you. Yeah we love talking with you too. So we're we're super happy to have you here and so to kick things off..

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Perfection in Modern Motherhood

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

01:50 min | 4 months ago

Perfection in Modern Motherhood

"Perfection. In motherhood learned from reading your book to my not surprise. Is that perfection. In motherhood is a very very old dictate take us back to where the history of mothering advice. Sort of well. I'll get us started as the historian in the group. So something that maggie. And i have talked about for a long time. Is that the expectations for motherhood have changed sort of bradley like today. You don't expect your children to know how to guide a plow agriculture society anymore but the expectation you will raise a certain kind of citizen is still in place and while that can sound like a good thing. The particulars of that have changed over time. They've gotten more and more intense and more more particular so now it's about what kind of education your child gets. How much screen time they have. What kinds of foods they eat or do not eat how they sleep where they sleep. There's all of these different questions whereas before the social project was more about getting people who could do the kinds of work that were valued in this society and to participate in certain ways. Certainly if you're a woman you weren't participating through voting for most of american history but the particulars have gotten much more intense over time. When you say maggie yes in. I were able to really dig into a lot of historical archives and kind of see where some of these messages began. And how they've either shifted or not shifted throughout history and just to have access to some of the messages that women were told in late. Eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds was particularly fascinating to me. Some of their struggles were very similar to mine in a lot of the questions that they had really resonated with

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"maggie" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

Sparkle Stories Podcast

04:48 min | 4 months ago

"maggie" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

"She saw a red flower and a yellow flower and some orange and brown bark and then something black and white and blue fly overhead. Then she paid attention to the sounds. The bird songs were no longer muffled but rich and crisp. The sound of the spring peepers almost tickled her. And then she heard the song that called her to the surface it was still a chirrup trill and clicking but now it was even more she heard notes like in a song go up and down and up and down. She heard different parts of the song. Repeated and then new parts begin it was like a full orchestra now and it seemed to be surrounding her and then she was able to hear one voice in the orchestra that was louder than the others. It got louder and more clear until she could see the source of the song coming toward her and it was flying. She wasn't sure if what she was seeing was a bird or a butterfly but it was bright. Green with red jewel like is when it landed looked at her and she could see that it was smiling. She studied the creature. Noticed that its wings. Were actually deep red matching. It's is she saw that. It's big head actually sparkled. Little with gold. This was a very royal looking bug. Hello little cicadas nymph. Welcome to the world above the ground. What is your name. Maggie was filled with so many feelings in that moment but she finally said maggie. Maggie repeated the bright green smiling being before her. Well nagy everything is different now. You have been very patient deep underground dreaming about what is happening above but also enjoying your friends below but now you are here you are still a nymph but soon you will climb out of your brown nymph clothes and you shall see who you have become. I shall leave you now maggie to begin and when i return i will see you in your new form. A cicada a bright green sakata..

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Vaccination-Era Wedding Boom in the US as Vendors Scramble to Keep Up

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Vaccination-Era Wedding Boom in the US as Vendors Scramble to Keep Up

"Couples in the U. S. are racing to the altar in a vaccination your wedding boom that has been used in other vendors in high demand with a love can never be canceled Maggie lord who's a vice president at David's bridal people were going to get married one way or another we solve many many couples had what we call part one and then they get a smaller wedding during Kobe and now they're having parts you and they're having a larger celebration they're having you know did the big wedding that they had planned for before so if you've got a lot of wedding invitations lately it is the largest of all time actually after

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Maggie OFarrell on Hamnet

The Book Review

01:33 min | 5 months ago

Maggie OFarrell on Hamnet

"This is john williams in hammett. Her eighth novel maggie o'farrell imagines the life of william shakespeare. His wife anne hathaway or agnes and the life and death of one of the couple's children hamlet who died at eleven fifteen ninety six in o'farrell's novel. He died of the plague. And the book imagines the impact that this event might have had on arguably shakespeare's greatest play hamlet. Hamlet won the national book critics circle award for fiction and it was named by the new york times book review as one of its ten best books of twenty twenty with the editors calling it a bold feat of imagination and empathy and magill. Farrell is here to talk about it from edinburgh. Hi how you doing. i'm good. What do we know historically. That's in this novel. How bearer the bones that you were working with when you sat down well i they expire himself is quite a shadowy figure. There's an awful lot about him. We don't know despite the very best efforts of the world's most brilliant scholars and shakespearean academics. So it is mysterious. You know we only have six examples of his signature which is spelt differently so there are lots of lawmakers and gaps in his story. If we think we know very little about him we know even less about his wife. The woman weeping told to call anne hathaway and his children. We only hamlet himself. The boy is lucky if he gets possibly to mentions in these big biographies of shakespeare them night and he was born and they mentioned that he died in fifteen ninety six. But i see i mean to be honest. That is all we do know about little. Unfortunately

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Your Tax Refund May Take a Bit Longer This Year

Morning Edition

01:32 min | 5 months ago

Your Tax Refund May Take a Bit Longer This Year

"Day. The deadline for filing your 2020 federal taxes month later than normal years. But even if you filed early this year, you may still be waiting for your refund. That is because shocker the pandemic did a number on a lot of people's tax returns. And the I. R S is now buried in a huge backlog. For starters, 30 million tax returns were flagged for a manual review. People got stimulus checks and other relief payments that Iris has to take a closer look at and it still as returns from 2019 zipped through as well. Marketplaces Nancy Marshall Ganz explains what's going on. Samuel McConnell and his wife, Wendy, filed their 2020 tax return in February. But they're still waiting for their $2900 refund. The iris just tells them you return is being processed. With no other information, no information. Why? No, it's always tempting to blame things on your kids. But this time the delay really could be due to McConnell's daughter, Maggie. Well since Maggie was born in January. Of 2020. The Iris didn't know about her. So McConnell claimed Maggie's Cove, it relief payments on their 2020 taxes that may have put them in that backlog of 30 million returns. Aaron Collins is the I. R S is national taxpayer advocate. 30 million returns. For however many I arrest employees to process is a very large lift for the IRAs in Colin says it doesn't help that the irises budget was cut 20% over the past decade. I'm

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'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date

Z Morning Zoo

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date

"Found out what we know about the friends. Rina special Here's got a trailer yesterday. That was kind of like the first real trailer for it Seems like we've been waiting 18 years. For this thing that happened. It's finally hitting HBO Max on the 27th of this month, so that's two weeks from yesterday. In addition to the main cast, the show is loaded with guest stars, including Justin Beaver Lady Gaga. BTS and other A listers that are stopping by for appear in the show include Reese Witherspoon, Tom Selleck, Elliott Gould, Christina Pickles, She played up Monica and Ross is Mom and Dad. Cindy Crawford. James Corden Kit Harington, Mindy Kalen Walls to be a part of it, and so will Maggie Wheeler. Who is Maggie Wheeler, this lady? Yeah, Jess from the original of human friends fan, you know exactly who that is. And

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CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Go Maskless in Most Places

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:31 min | 5 months ago

CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Go Maskless in Most Places

"Increasingly tired of wearing that face mask. Possible. The extraordinary success we've had in vaccinated so many Americans so quickly today. We've given out 250 million shots in 114 days, The move comes is more than 100 million Americans have gotten at least one dose of the vaccine. Remember, those state and local governments have the final word on these rules, and nothing has changed across the D. M V Tonight. In terms of mask rules, CNN senior Health editor Maggie Fox spoke the W T O P. Shawn and Hillary a little earlier about how this came about. He has been under a lot of pressure from a lot of places to go. That people can do more once they're vaccinated as a way of encouraging people to get vaccinated. The CDC has been digging in its heels. But today, Dr Wolinsky, the director of the CDC, said that enough has happened to wear her agency feels comfortable in sort of changing the guidance and lightening it up, she says. That the number of cases have been dropping. There's been more vaccine, There's more people getting vaccinated. And she says the science has shown that the vaccines are very effective that they protect people against variants and, most importantly, that people who are vaccinated are not very likely to catch the virus and spread it to people who are unvaccinated. What the CDC saying is, If you're vaccinated, your safe and the people around, you are safe. So there's no more reason for you to have to wear a mask. A final thought for us as we approach the weekend and all of a sudden we find out. Maybe we can do some more stuff. Well, probably thought but again, it's up to your local jurisdiction to decide so the CDC does not set law president Biden said. We will not be enforcing this local jurisdictions. Specially probably here in the D C area are probably going to keep some of their restrictions on people and stores. Restaurants bars places like that are very likely to keep their restrictions because there's one big issue you can't tell who has been vaccinated, then senior health editor Maggie Thoughts

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Climate Change Risks Mounting for Businesses

Climate Cast

03:35 min | 6 months ago

Climate Change Risks Mounting for Businesses

"Risks and opportunities to companies face in the years ahead. Here is maggie. Pelosi an attorney with vincent and elkins. Hi meg welcome to climate. Cast ballots to be here. So how do companies begin to assess their risk as climate change impacts. Continue to unfold. So i think many companies have already started down this road and fundamentally there are two big types of risks that companies are looking at right now. The first are risks or opportunities that individual companies may face associated with the energy transition. So that's the transition from an economy. Where many of our power sources are coming from. Fossil fuels to an economy is mostly powered by renewables or other carbon free kinds of sources to power the second risk. That has gotten less attention. But i think is in many ways going to be more significant for all companies on a going forward basis is the physical risks of climate. Change as you well know in your listeners will be well familiar. There are a number of physical impacts of climate that regardless of what actions we take to reduce emissions now. We are going to experience changes in storm. Severity rises in sea levels. Changes in temperatures in each of those types of events can have impacts on the ability of industry stained continuity of their operations or to respond in emergency or disaster situations litigation. Around this. what are you seeing emerge. I think the most prominent piece of litigation in this space are the legal challenges have been wrought by a variety of municipalities against oil and gas producers. Those cases are in very early stages. There are a number of other types of cases that we are starting to see against corporations that are asking questions about the readiness of companies physical facilities for climate change so basically using tools of conventional environmental law to say. Gosh are you really complying with your permanent things like preventing spills or preventing releases if you haven't thought about the potential for increased storm surge increased flash precipitation events those kinds of things. What about regulations they're changing. We know there's a change in politics in washington. Dc so what are regulators doing around climate policy. And what does it mean for companies right now. The most significant thing that's happening in climate change that will impact corporations is the increase in attention to climate at the securities and exchange commission in terms of other buckets of climate regulation. We expect to see the will. Impact businesses the fed has created a group called the supervision climate committee which is essentially looking at the potential to create climate stress test for systemically important banks and then we will certainly see some of the more conventional types of greenhouse gas regulation environmental laws to be signed the obama administration. What about opportunities. Are you seeing opportunities ahead in this space. I absolutely am seeing opportunities. And and i think that the right conversation around climate at pretty much every company is. What's the transformational opportunity. I'll give you a very concrete example in the oil and gas industry we are seeing an increasing number of the big oil and gas companies. Talking about how they can become carbon management companies right. They will say look should regretting oil and gas. How the ground. But you know what that means. We're great at characterizing the geology formations knowing how to see to inject things and knowing how to monitor wells and knowing how to plug in the end in them so we can take all those skills and we can turn around and start putting c o two into the ground and we can create a new line of business for

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"maggie" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

04:36 min | 9 months ago

"maggie" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Being a two time former guests on the show herself lure is going to be my regular co host in this series helping us to ask better questions about women's relationship with sport and the business that surrounds it out. Guest today is maggie murphy. Ceo of louis f. He's asking some really interesting questions herself about the task of building commercial value in women's sport and specifically the evolution of professional football in britain. Murphy doesn't have the usual for abbassi tv and comes to the job from careers. Human rights and anti-corruption advocate working for transparency international a global nonprofit seeking to end the abuse of power in its many forms. She been playing adult competitive football since she was thirteen. Setup coached or played for teams in tanzania row and guadalupe the netherlands germany as well as the uk in two thousand hundred murphy became the boss of louis. F c a small town club in east sussex playing alongside big names such as liverpool unless the city in the women's championship second tier football in england. But the louis story has traveled far beyond the sports pages in two thousand seventeen. They become the first professional or semi professional football club to pay its women's team. The same as the men's team was part of their equality. Fc initiative which aims to raise awareness about gender inequality and encourage more support for wins and goes football across the uk and around the world. We'll be following up on the themes discussed in the podcast in later episodes in this week's unofficial partners newsletter which you can subscribe to via the website if you don't already here is maggie murphy. Each it's.

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"maggie" Discussed on How Good It Is

How Good It Is

04:48 min | 11 months ago

"maggie" Discussed on How Good It Is

"In one thousand nine hundred fifty six when a l lloyd released on an album called english drinking song. Now say i'm weighing. You've heard me. Tell me where. I was a god damn fool. In the time. I came home from see now. I've made up at the home from the poor to sierra leon. Three pound ten a month. It was but i w- as the donut in wild spring. The little girl whose name was maggie may. Now well do. I remember when i first met maggie mae she was cruising up and down and counting place. So you can hear the video quite the words but then again just doing warm up and fooling around and john like the attract. Elmo's exactly what john is doing wrong so been sung that way before the full name. Maggie may doesn't appear in the lyrics to the song stewart liked the wordplay provided by spell it m. a. y. As in sometimes she would and sometimes you wouldn't. The song became a huge hit and at one. Point both maggie. May ami album picture tells a story where in the number one position in both the us and the uk the first time that something like that had ever happened. Simultaneously and faces became rod stewart in the faces before he finally broke away. Altogether as far as covers of the song sure there are about forty five of them. Out there including melissa ethridge burton cummings blur and this one. You're listening to now by the jobs which they recorded in nineteen eighty-seven during.

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"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Maggie with you on this Tuesday midday Maggie and and you know we've had a a really good show Todd's you'll be in our mystery guest in the house of the we had a pond at the top of the eleven o'clock hour be interesting to see if indeed you know the the group that includes owning the New Jersey Devils if they're gonna move forward here in pursuit of of the Max which I think is going to be a tremendous peace and sport echo if you missed it check it out it seems like saw cats and and the wheel pods are grass of in nature in trying to sell this team we'll see if they get close to that Steve Coll number of two point six billion dollars reportedly right now a deal would not include S. and why and there are close to a deal I mean we're looking at months here but but there are there are at least you know two or three groups that are interested in buying the Mets yeah in you know what I listed we don't know what Steve Colin would have been like as an owner you know sometimes having a fan as an owner might not be a great thing you know sometimes they have ideas about how they think the team should be run and and maybe you know that can cloud their judgment but I always it it's possible he could have been it could be a terrible odor it's possible you know you could have a downside or we don't know but I had a feeling like he wasn't I guess that maybe I'd convinced myself that him being a fan of the team was going to be a positive that it was going to be a little like mark Cuban who was you know when at all costs doesn't matter how much it costs me that the Mets were going to be you major players for you know big time free agents said that the Mets were going to you know that that he would just kind of represent this sort of turning point for the Mets where money was no longer an op at at you know an obstacle in anything that they did and so what we're talking to Scott socially from from political as you mentioned if you don't listen I have no doubt that Josh Harris and David Blitzer might be great owners you know they all the seventy Sixers the devils as you said Crystal Palace from the from the premier league in Europe but it would just be like another part of their portfolio which may not necessarily be a bad thing you put good people in place and you let them do their jobs it felt like with Colin it was gonna be a very personal product for him and that it was going to be like this very personal thing which again could have been bad but I always thought that was going to be a positive you know that he loves the team and wanted to see that way as opposed to just jumping on a good opportunity because maybe they look at the well pauses a wounded animal right now right well you look at it it's it's order a it's it's kind of owning things in in two different ways right we only get because you're looking at a business model you know build up outside the city field kind of making it a place to be they all kind of billed in advance everything like that seen that there is you know on found right now economic impact that they believe that they cannot cover by owning the mats only Citi field here moving forward but look at it more so of a case of it's not a passion play it's a business play right I think you're right about it with Colin it would have been both you know a longtime Mets and fervent met fan passionate met fans he was willing to go above and beyond in terms of spending for the team and he would have stepped in as being the wealthiest owner in all of Major League Baseball so the constant conversations baggy that we've had about the Mets over the years about financial restrictions what player can be say it you know what is the the affordability factor when you look at this player that player you felt like those conversations and basically we were told at the time those that were around Steve Coll in those conversations would cease to exist because cold of basically attacked free agency and a would give whoever was the general manager you know even Brody bandwagon and that they they would be given the opportunity to be aggressive in nature in pursuing big time star players so that's what was so exciting it is a great unknown when you don't have it necessarily being a passion play when you have it and owner but as long as that owner understands you know and is looking at it and try to win and not just look at the business model that I think that fans will be excited let's leave everyone with this fun and positive story that I was reading about out of buffalo which you know obviously is had some tough days here almost some of the video that's been coming out for buffalo with the protests and and the the situation there between the protesters the police got got pretty ugly and it's continued to sort of evolve devolve however you want to look at that but yeah this is a really this is story was that that made me feel good I hope you guys feel the same there was a kid Antonio Gwynn junior he's eighteen years old he's a senior in high school he saw what was going on in the.

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"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:26 min | 1 year ago

"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Okay this is Maggie with you you just heard our interview with Gary Thorne and Gary is back on with us now and Gerry during that interview yeah it's a term that is outdated and and her full to many in the African American community wanted to bring you back on to give you an opportunity to address it if you'd like to the floor is yours okay I did not realize colored without saying my intent is what I wanted to say is people of all colors people of all races that's what I was referring to identify you misspoke that's not what my intent was I mean I never use the term colored in referring to African Americans my point was to go across the board the justice for all people people of all races religions whatever that may be however you may define a that was my purpose that's what I that's what I meant to say was to cover all persons but that's what we were trying to get right all all races black Latino or cobra I I it we understand Gary we we just want to get you back on to give you the opportunity to to explain yourself after after using what is what is such a you know an outdated term we want to give you an opportunity to come back on to explain it and I think Gary's wildlife jobs so there you have it you know we wanted that's why we had the extended break there yeah I'm trying to get back in contact with Gary Thorne during your question about Adam Jones at all during Jones is down on the community Baltimore yep but you know this is you know most we talked about this a lot you know words matter and making sure that the point that you're trying to make is clear that's all we wanted to give you the opportunity to do because obviously hearing that did not sit right with any of us and it's you know it's it's a it's a hurtful word that's just that is not used anymore thank goodness and and that's we wanted to do as a as you know how comfortable is it maybe it's the right thing to do add to clarify that because it just doesn't have a place in society on the fan anywhere nor OB and you know for gonna really be honest about what we're learning right now in this moment and being open with each other and and making sure that you know we're having these kind of conversations even if they're awkward role or or not going to let it slide we don't want to appear that we let it slide we want to let Gerry know what he had said and and helping clarify for given the opportunity to do that and and he just did and that is why I dropped out and so all right yeah that get a word we wanna comes down to I I mean Maggie everything we talk about you know we are in a very very stressful time in our society you know the the civil the you know the civic unrest we see it on a nightly based on a nightly basis with the protest marches most of them being you know beautiful and peaceful others not so much put you know words matter certainly and we want to give Gary an opportunity to come back on and and explain you know what he meant and certainly we gave him that opportunity to do so so if you know if you were listening to us and that hurt or offended you in any way shape A. L. obviously is is that all of us right that should offend all of us you know we apologize we certainly do it's not miss American I would ever condone ever no doubt no question no doubt yes it's been a really unique week it's been very difficult on the shows are incredibly challenging you know we want to try to are ten you know we are citizens of this of this country along with being sports talk hosts and we want to hit the right tone because we realize that so many people are in pain and we realize that you know we want to come on and talk sports and entertainment and just have fun but we'd be they'll will completely deaf to the moment if we didn't discuss what was going on in our country most this is probably one of the most difficult weeks I think I've had as a professional broadcaster because you know to me I do see sports is a big part of the way of moving forward of the way forward you know and sometimes I think we overstate how important sports is but I we've seen before how athletes have move this country forward in terms of the civil rights movement added bringing attention to so many causes and things that we finally can't ignore and so you know it's these are challenging shows and we hope that this week by bringing you other voices and and people like earlier today Rasheed Wallace sharing his thoughts with Tony Dungy earlier this week David hack was incredibly that wrote a very incredibly poignant personal essay about what he's experienced and others that you were trying to bring a lot of different voices here to the table and you know or we want to be a positive change agent here and that's all there is slated out on the table that that's really just R. ten and you know under normal circumstances you know were were entertaining we're talking about games were breaking all that down but at a time like this with what's going on and it can't be ignored so we're trying to address it well no well no question about it and you know you can't you can't ignore it and you know it's been of course I mean we make you and I we talk sports for a living I mean that's what sweet with that is what we do on a day in day out basis we take everybody you know all way and try to distract them for four hours you know whether it be you know talking about my kids or whether it be you know talking about sports and sports coming back in champions and gains debating players everything that we've gotten into another since the show launched in January it but you know this is you know given everything that's gone on here it's a different time and and it it certainly we've had much different shows this week as compared to what we normally do on a week in week out basis but it's also goes hand in hand to what we have all witnessed year on a nightly basis and it comes along with it so you know and and and that and that is what we do I mean that you know I I grew up listening you know to WFAN and and some of the shows are are not necessarily all about you know sports and some of the topics I mean obviously you know it it's not as I would say not as as as big of a topic is this and what we need to do in our country and the change that needs to be abroad about you know a lot of times it's you know people talk about movies or TV shows are the favorite sitcoms or whatever it might be you know but those are different things outside of the sports world that you know this this issue and the you know the social injustice that is out there and we have all witnessed is the the awareness that if you didn't see it before you certainly see it now after the murder of George Floyd yeah we is is such a massive issue there's so many in our listening audience that are in in pain that are angered that are bothered that want to be heard and you know and that's what we're here for to so I mean it is you know we we try and be an all encompassing radio show we don't you know and what Maggie and I do on a day in day out basis we don't shy away from being able to talk about you know the the groovy is the topics or the hardest to topics and that is what you know we as talk show host trying do on a day in day out basis and and this week let us down this path given everything that we've gone through here to obviously talk about what our country is going through right now yeah it does but the number one thing those that you know we want to be which is you know respectful and so with that in mind you know we want it we and we do understand that that's why you know we don't condone at anyone ever using you know award like that we don't and and we were not letting it slide cause it's not OK and and it's you know pointing that out and even as as a you know as tough as it may be awkward whatever it doesn't matter what it's right is right and so we wanted to point that out and I want to try to make it right because it's the little things it's the big things it's all of it it all matters and listen I all recognize that and and we want to be but we we want this to be armed a place of honesty right bus and where people really get to know us I mean as I said this before like this is not we're not putting on any kind of act here this is really just to most I are and so we are we are working through this just as as everyone else's and so it's something like that happens on the show yeah we have we don't know how to react we want to make it right we want to know that we don't condone that kind of back those kinds of words we absolutely don't and you know what it's gonna be not this is not going to be a conversation that's gonna go away either nor should it you know and if if you know when sports the intersection of this and sports when the NBA comes back the NHL comes back with the NFL comes back it's going to be a part of it because it we've shown most like over hundreds of years of our society that if we don't keep it of top of mind we're just going to forget it and we're going to be get out doomed to repeat the same mistakes and so I guess you know when we see athletes speaking out we see that if we see them using the games themselves to try to get their message across just have to be mindful this is what it takes to make sure that we keep this at the top of our consciousness and to make sure that we don't just sweep it under a rug or ignore it or you know say alright it's just going to go away because for so many people especially people in the African American community it never goes away you know that it's something they're always dealing with and that's what we have to be open our minds to it our hearts to understand that but it it's not it's it's not just a a choice to turn the channel and so we have to be part of that and keep this conversation going in a meaningful way and backing it up with our actions and and yeah yeah I mean I you know I I and and I think that that's it that's all we talked about were they being a tipping point and not forgetting and you know not you don't want to you know to not see it wanted to see wanting not to see another you know senseless murder you know and what we hope we've got through here as a country brings about change and that's it I mean in in the in the positive way to where we all look at this country the same exact way that's what we want to see yeah and hopefully you know that future is not that far off hopefully that future you know for you know our kids and for everybody that hopefully that future is not that far off because as a you know I I you know I can't I can't speak eloquently about the experiences of of what it is to be black in America I just can't I can't give you that is not my life experience I have not lived that but what I can do and what I have done is opened up my years and I've listened yeah and listed with an empathetic ear to try and be part of the solution and not forget not turn a blind eye to it not say it's your problem no I'm gonna take it on as my problem yeah and and I think that's really to bring about change I think that's really what we all have to do listen it's been you know a very it's been a you know it is a very good week here on the radio for Maggie myself in terms of being able to talk and be able to bring a lot of different voices to this radio station into our show that had really have not been able to to give you know it to be able to talk about issues that we really don't talk about on a weekend day in day out basis here on WFAN and Maggie for for that instance even though we are in awful times and even though it is a difficult topic to talk about I think talking about it and listening I think does bring about in change is awfully important yeah with absolutely no eloquent way to make a transition here I have to tell you that you have C..

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"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Maggie up next it's Ralph it's the family's gonna rouse Hey coach Ralph it total packages how do you know what's going on a code all you don't understand the pain I can't even find a bagel look condition not sits right but I want to tell you something as far as the baseball I see the the Duke around here and the dog in the back the way ahead of everybody out here working off the chase via and ghost got my eye on they look like they got a physician staff and baseball got to come back I mean I got my Ron hunt your yacht Ron Haase mortgage but I'll tell you guys make everything good and I want to tell you just about yesterday with the curfew and gently I'll be out of here by eight by our head out by tabulate grow what age you are kids who to contact and we did a white black wide increase a lot of walking all through the box and bringing unity instead of divisive divisive dot I was up protests are read out of bed and all I'm looking at that but absent beat I'm well we just wanted to show peace and love that we can get through this but if we don't stay together like Maggie says yeah it's not gonna be happy we have to understand yeah a lot of the cops go through a situation where they live in a white sand and they go into it you know makes them not used to it we just got to take our time and learn from each other and just be peaceful and try to get along and not react yes hello and I know you guys enough the coaches that I'm coming back Friday coming along each I got my American Airlines about beside allied place I couldn't get on because they're not flying could dispense too much debt to get up with ten people on a plane so I applied for free but I had to wait come back to Long Beach will be gone gone but ranges but arranges practice we're in the playoffs going to do is there is thank Maggie if you can walk we could be in Vegas that is happening and it's great to hear you let the mad you guys keep a big positive I just try to help us get through different you walk of the okay one thing I learned you can make it in New York you can make it anywhere I love Vegas but under forty degrees all week what is the culture that I could even go out but I rode the bike you take the train for a dollar the buses the free I bottomland paradise where you put your bike of my call to New York put your bike on top of the bus did you get out of red red dial I go look at it my son to serve in mesa and I so the little league games than everything out here is people been involved for the last two months you know what you want to look at it you people are the strongest people I met I love you to death and I can't wait to go back warning was sent during twenty four hours but it's like that saying I want to help your kids look given that three boys the journey is complete because you have great parents and when you have great parents that's all you need is respect and god bless you guys to be young parents might get rolled all right HM six rows back home in a safe flight back from Arizona long gash I thank you it's always great to hear from Ralph at the at the positivity and you know what there were a lot of positive protests that happened yesterday peaceful protests there's a better way to put it peaceful protests what started Bryant park was a pretty peaceful protest yesterday you did have cops if police officers who who were kneeling you know and and they show it says of solidarity and then it just seemed that the later god and and it was just get all it just it turned very ugly at all a late as the day moved on those and I just my hope is that we don't lose the message of what the prototype testers are trying to say omits the violence nobody wants right violence does yet your point the activism and you condemn the violence I mean that's that's really and you hope the message is not lost right Maggie and there are there were a lot of wonderful peaceful protests you know Ralph just mention one that he took place and that that he took part in a on a park outside Arizona state so and those were happening all across the country and that's wonderful I mean that is that is wonderful and you need to be socially active you need to go out there and vote you need to you know look out for one another and you can't judge a person by the color of their skin I mean they you know all things that you know we we we grew up we were taught and and you know unfortunately for our country there's you know there's a lot it we've we've got we've gone sideways and backwards in in a lot of areas and and that needs to change and it's up for all of us this is not just a you know this is not just African American community problem this is all of our problem and we need to do it we need to work and and do it together I think that's really what it comes down to is as we've articulated many of articular will last two three days here and that's you know this is a this is our country's problem that that we need to address and it's been too long of a problem without addressing it properly Rogers in the Bronx a Roger how are you all up I've been waiting for like a hour to talk to you guys are pretty sure to take a Michael first I just want to say on that is notice respect other sports not just record of support for body but right now the sport to take a backseat right now mac right now we we have bigger things to deal with in this country but how sports right now like the killing of a black man the murdering of a black man every day my whole thing is that I'm thirty four years old I'm a young black African American an ideal parties without heat every day I see it every day what people does Lewin what vehicle is burning thing I don't condemn that but that's the only has got the voices of the unheard we've been dealing with this for centuries not years not months French resort four hundred and sixty years of slavery if you want to be exact you got people saying the same thing all the people here about quarter we got these people we've been trying to be peaceful for years we would have people cap what happened yep blackboard we have people with more than thirteen points for young children we met people what I'll do yes No killer documents but we we we live we have no kind of life yeah I view animals more than black people in this country so we have to deal with so much think before we could talk sports and everything we have to deal with going on a date big big outlook on people here but it recorded in an old because the more people and no we've been peaceful for years we begged people for years this would happen in America right now this is what you get when you went went I will talk on hurt when I when I what what what and we can't talk more we are doing is killing us so this is what happens and to me I'd like to point you want to burn America down burning down we built America so you don't burn it down I don't I'm not I'm not going to talk about bonds but if you're not black if you're not black you don't know what we call every day you don't normally go to you don't know where to go every day I have to drive home I have to be scared we'll try we did a nice job altogether will get pulled over by police there's a freedom in America and this demand our respect yeah thank you pick him up all but it's it's it's it's unheard of what's going on in America right now so all the loose ends all the burnings this is what happens this is what's going to get and that's what Google could continue to get if things don't change that people take the course well you got Roger preview the call I said this is this is our opportunity to listen and to hear the pain that's in Rogers voice let's not dismiss it everyone is entitled to feel how they want to feel and I this is something that was again you and I are never going to be able to understand fully and internalize fully the amount of frustration the about a how disenfranchise you must feel how disconnected you must feel to the justice system if you if you believe there is no other option but to take to the streets but that is well that is something that this is what this is what we have to we have to listen to people like Roger F. to listen to Roger hear what he's saying here that frustration and realize that because that that may not be our experience it's his experience sure and anything that we can do to make sure that Roger when he's driving home doesn't feel like he's in any kind of danger that he doesn't feel like when he gets pulled over he has to sorry you have to be worried for himself yes we worry first firms up like that's a real tangible thing clearly clearly that's a tangible thing that many people feel in this country it's not our place to judge Roger his feelings it's our place to listen to him and to be better and to be better so that he doesn't feel that way no I I get I I just don't I don't like the idea of the violence nobody does no and no and and I get it but it can't you know you do have to condemn the violence of the needless violence that transpired over the last five days the stuff that the senseless destruction that is transpired communities that have been burned businesses that have been burned people that have been assaulted things that we have seen here whether it be on network TV on news stations or via social media on Twitter because everybody's got a camera with their smartphones in their hands and the stuff that that needs to end because I I don't think you get to where you want to go where we all wanted to go and the change we need in our society by doing that the message does get lost I don't need to see a man in Dallas getting beaten because he's trying to protect his storefront from being looted and window and and burned I don't need to see that that can transpire that's criminal behavior that can't happen and I understand sometimes it's the actions of a few with a protest that that spoil it and and create anarchy and and I get it and listen it's yeah but still none the less you know the message does get lost when you see that kind of anarchy and that is what it is and and it's sad to see and it's tough to watch and it's needless it's absolutely needless from what I can tell by reading by trying to be as educated as I can about the subject the feeling is when you see someone who is murdered by a police officer you say what the laws are going to protect me so therefore the laws are not good to got not going to apply to me for me I'm I'm not I'm going to I'm going to ignore the laws right now because my anger and frustration of not being protected under the law is so palpable that this is you know what that is not about you know thinking clearly right now it's not about wisdom it's about destruction because the anger is so raw and so real and all of it hopefully eventually soon we have to get past that point where Roger and others feel like they're being seen.

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"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Maggie gray is that we I've Monceau myself make monocle yourself we put out each put out a nominee and who was going to join the Moussa Maggie hall fame along with Spike Lee and chase Utley and this was had to do with nicknames and my my nominee was I went with the the franchise Tom Seaver it let's see make Monaco went with Babe Ruth Manzo went with boomer Cyrus in and Maggie you flip the script late you were going to go one way you're gonna go New York sack exchange in this life I was and then I flipped it to big sexy and I gotta be honest was I'm surprised that all the franchise they get a little bit more love but big sexy is your winner so right now four three in terms of it means a baggy hall of fame the idea that the idea that the the franchise or Babe Ruth for crying out loud that bar tolo Cologne big sexy for best nickname is going in over Babe Ruth for the franchise or even boomers science in I mean come on now a lot of sense to me that's why I don't nickname and it's also just the irony that you know he is not sexy at all so you know we always say that it's a little too on the nose although he does have that sicker family in Washington Heights that we learned about but someone thinks he's sexy but now you gotta go with Bartolo colon out of that crop analysis the the fun is in the mentions which is rare that we get to say that but a lot yes wondering why we didn't while we did take Broadway Joe Dr K. five people are very upset about that but we don't have Clyde out there Jared Lorenzen is the Pillsbury throw boy or the hefty lefty lot of Broadway Joe the messiah was another one that people thought so that's a mess say we're we're not like you know doing some listicle here these are our own nominations were the ones who think these you know we're the ones who have to defend our work here and all the fun big sexy to the grave and I'm glad that our Twitter followers agreed with me well yes I mean and and obviously it's it's a little it's a little bit more of a modern nominee as compared to the other three here are all due respect to boomer but Babe Ruth obviously been dead a long time and you know Tom Seaver has been active in awhile so I get it in the spirit of you know in the here and now yes big sexy does play and listen it's a fantastic make me it is for a guy that I would not say oozes sexiness at all that's what makes a great lots of thank yous they hand out AB def if you guys miss our interview with.

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"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Be and exactly where would be and and where would be situated Maggie but interesting I mean it's it's mercury Venus one of their twenty one both of my backyard South Dakota North Dakota I'm just and we'll see I and and we've been down this road before I meet with Manfred remember may fifteenth you want to cut a red baseball back up again that day it's going to come and go we'll see exactly there's some speculation whether or not we're gonna you know as we saw the Yukon president you know make an initial statement and walk it back last night about whether I fall sports was going to be in play on college campuses it's hard to envision if college campuses are not open Maggie and that and that students are opening up the fall semester and doing it online in from home it's really hard to it's impossible to envision that there could be college football games on college campuses so even an empty stadium so I mean we're in you know it's great and and you know you want to remain hopeful we'll see and if if if the NHL was back in July signed me up let me I'll I'll be all fired up and ready to go as long it's it's you know the testing is is readily available that were under it were out of the the climate that we're in right now and that you're doing today safely and securely as possible almost you you but can you sell some interesting news about Trent Williams yeah Connor Hughes you know sent out a tweet so this is confirming a report by juicing Anderson from ESPN that things are trending in the right direction regarding a Trent Williams trade so earlier this morning the Washington Redskins basically cut off Trent Williams and his agent in pursuit of a deal you know we're one day away from the start of the NFL draft so it you know initially maybe thought that they were gonna move trade from Williams but it seems like they're closer and moving in the right direction of moving traveling as we know the Browns have been interested car use reported it does not appear that the jets are going to be that team sources said they're not the front runner at this point although Joe Douglas has indeed called the red skins and made a call not the front runner right now but the jets are in court in court on Trent Williams down Washington we'll see where he gets moved in and where to yet interesting right because with Cleveland as the front runner I would probably put that right as the front runner right well yeah well they pick one spot ahead of the New York Jets so either way the jets might get treat Williams and that okay you have you know get a left tackle yes he is aging yes he has missed some time but you still have someone that you know is more of a proven commodity than any of the guys in the draft or if the Cleveland Browns stadium well that might actually benefit over the jets do because of the jets are looking offense of linemen will that takes away a team that's picking in front of you that may have the exact same needs that you have so I don't know I mean I wonder if yeah well I mean Maggie we speculate a lot it's good that the jets made the call down to Washington because it makes sense I mean Williams as a player and you'd have to pay them but if you could get him as we have ties with on yesterday if you can get tried Williams.

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"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Maggie with you on this Monday mid day interesting that the Niners are entry they pick thirteen and and thirty one upcoming Thursday night in the NFL draft they're all the pick in the second third or fourth round but you know they might be interested in moving either one or both of those picks come your way Thursday night either for you know draft collateral downline second third or fourth round and potentially a player you know it's it's interesting to read the reports that maybe the forty Niners are intrigued by giants tight end Evan engram yeah I'm kind of curious about that because you know Ingram to me seems like a liability until he proves otherwise you know the talent is there without a doubt but you know how long of giants fans been waiting for him to be a sure thing and to be someone who is a you know it can be a reliable you know for the giants and this was supposed to be a big year for him ever area the story coming out before the season that it cut back on like playing video games and stuff like that it was get real serious and and then unfortunately you can only play games because of because of an injury so I don't know I mean listen you got George Kittle and he's probably what the best tight in the league the top two Kelsey's right there cal's weapon but I mean you look at Shanahan being able to use two tight end sets be able move Garoppolo's bases that kind of athlete and you look at you know what Ingram can be in two tight end sets is Kittles kind of though the well rounded tight end is a very very good blocker as well as being a pass catching threat we know Ingram's improved on his blocking but he's much more of a weapon offense simply because of the match of problems he provided a presents to opposing secondaries yeah I mean listen maybe it maybe the job at sea the other thing too is like if I'm the giants I invested a first round pick it's evident of do I think I'll get a first round pick of it back for Evan Ingram not now not after you call the back injury you know plague seasons I don't I think that's an unfair expectation so I you know I don't know if that's a fit for me and also is there part of the giants maybe want to see if they can you know get like another great year out of Ingram because listen his rookie year was great with what's over seven hundred yards and and you felt like he was going to be six touchdowns he felt like he was going to be on his way and then you know it's gone down since there because a health so I I got a decision to make on whether I think it at some point I'm gonna pay of a girl all of it he's a part of my future so I I kind of want to evaluate him a little more this year plus I want to keep giving Daniel Jones as many weapons as possible so yeah for me I don't know if I see it for the giants they think they get a first round picture but I don't think they're going to well if they could get that then I I think they probably move on but if they're not gonna be able to get that and that's why yeah I mean the interesting enough with the forty Niners would be the fact that they're trying to maybe potentially move one or both of those first round draft choices it's intriguing because I I think people look at everything Roman say themselves well.

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"maggie" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"maggie" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Promoting if you like these restoration of meditation please press star based meditation tell your friends please best thing to come out of today usually he has risen seven two seven five seven nine one oh two five eight hundred seven seven one one oh two five oh Hey Maggie what's going on yeah there's this guy holy quarrel now I need to look up his name it it whatever this check is is playing the harp she's adorable and it it is the most amazing it's electric cart I've never heard of it before thank you you're completely rocks that it came across the length of time line and I don't know why I came across your face timeline yeah there's a little yeah I are you are you okay I'll hang on a minute video three men as a was fine but even I don't know why that that popped up but he did and right now my masturbation be safe and you don't want to guide meditation Maggie she doesn't want to she's afraid don't be afraid when you're afraid Maggie it makes you fat just subscribe discrepancy at the bottom thanks to my seems like.

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"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Be back with you right here on the fan as was the custom we end something he we end the program with a little positivity so I got a couple things for you Maggie Maggie is that something as well so I'll begin here Chris will back at the shop will will go with the live first here's the live manning with you know hopping on social media and in doing a a tremendous message out there for everyone out there take a listen hi Eli manning here hang on I just wanna give a special call out adult caregivers and the really the entire healthcare team at New York Presbyterian Hospital thank you so much for everything you're doing read about every day and your selfishness your determination your willingness to act and go above and beyond what is expected in browsing maybe what is even called for to help out New York and so many people when everybody else in the world and is being asked to stay at home and just sit back and do nothing you've been asked to step on it and you're doing that in every way so we cannot thank you enough and just want you to know how much we all appreciate what you're doing well it's the benefit of so many others so please stay safe stay healthy and god bless there you go former giants quarterback Eli manning nice nice great great message no doubt this was born in New York Presbyterian I got a very soft spot of my heart for New York Presbyterian the people there are amazing there you go Mike comes from Hagerstown Maryland so Vernon called and he and I were same books a page for near Manhattan but for people who are just tuning in caught the the the second half of the show in Hagerstown Maryland there is a wider a stone house urban winery and they've been offering curbside pick up most because obviously you know they can't get on world social distancing and and they're just doing pick up in the end delivery so they become a hit because you can go curbside and instead of having someone come out and put the wind in your car or something like that they have soda pop he's a seventy five proud brindle boxer and he's been there dog for eleven years eleven years old and he can carry two bottles of wine at a time on the sort of saddle bags that he wears like on his back and it is the most adorable thing in the world if you go there soda will come and bring your wide out to you and you just like put your money back in the saddle bags and there's also some treats that are in the saddle bags that you give soda once they brought one soda brings the white to your car nice and very nice social distancing and you get your wine is really really cute and it Chris we have some audio from the wine shop owner they love soda the Minnesota and they keep telling them they're going to be back soon people that have never been here before coming justice to meet soda margin to delivery both kids want them to see soda doing deliveries yep so that's sort of the dog that delivers white haze Eric my gosh yeah that's exactly right so out in California I we're all Larry David fans writers outside felt curb your enthusiasm so for the for the office of the governor well Larry David did a little PSA take a listen hello I'm Larry David obviously somebody put me up to this because it's not the kind of thing I do but I basically want to address the idiots out there and then you know who you are you going out I don't know what you're doing you're you're socializing to close it it's not good you hurting old people like me well not me I have nothing to do with the obvious to you but people who might be your relatives who the hell knows but it the problem is you're passing up a fantastic opportunity a once in a lifetime opportunity to stay in the house sit on the couch and watch watch TV I mean I don't know how you passing them up well maybe he is not that bright but here it is go home watch TV that's that's my advice to you you know we've seen my show nothing good ever happens going out of the house you know this just trouble out there it's not a good place to be so stay home and and you know don't see anyone except maybe if there's a plumbing emergency let the plumber in and then you know wipe everything down after these but that but that's it okay yeah that's pretty good that's very Larry is very low you also see I wasn't sure if this was actually an April fools joke for Israel I think it's really started go fund me for caddies who are now out of work because golf courses are closed and I was I was rude Larry is like a huge call for yeah I and I believe that's.

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"maggie" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"maggie" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Maggie back in twenty fifteen received this ESPN hero award and her work has been recognized by folks like the dine Lama in today's conversation. We really go. Deep into maggie's decision to make a very different turn to take a gap year that turned into a life. She never imagined living when that drew her to Nepal and even the moment that awakened her to this deeper calling. We also explore a lot of the challenges along the way the struggles the importance of working in really close collaboration with the community. And we talk about a moment of profound loss that actually pretty much incapacitated. Her for months, and how that experience changed her and really shifted the direction of her working life. It's also important to note in this conversation that while much of it is about maggie's personal story and the life and contributions she's made in Paul Maggie is also. Oh, very clear that from the very beginning. Everything has always been a collaborative effort working hand in hand with her Nepali co and their local team on the ground always playing a huge role in every aspect of what's been built so excited to share this conversation with you. I'm Jonathan fields. And this is good life project. So what do you do when you need software for running anything from home activities time tracking? Most of us. We ask friends we search online like crazy and then sign up for zillion trials that lead way too often to taking a ton of our time and still leaving us really frustrated as an entrepreneur and producer. I have gone down this rabbit hole and come up bothered and.

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