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A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

02:01 min | 4 d ago

A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

"Joining us. This week is john. Ford managing director of global government services and insider threat risk solutions at mandy and our conversation centers on his experience with effective insider threat programs from both the technical and human perspective with twenty years of experience in the fbi before joining mandate john ford gained extensive knowledge from bringing to justice some of the world's most notorious cybercriminals knowledge which informs his approach to solving today's most pressing security issues. Stay with us. My career started almost twenty eight years ago. I was a police officer by career. Starting law enforcement in austin texas and in nineteen ninety eight. I joined The fbi and through that time as you imagine we went through everything you can imagine with nine. Eleven and the changes that evolved within the bureau. I went to cyber and i was one of the first agents out there to really start. Cyber task forces in the bureau moved to headquarters where worked in what was called the special technologies and applications office. so that's where we were looking at horizon technologies and horizon events that we might need to plan and prepare for. In in the event that those would come to fruition promoted again when out to san antonio was a cyber supervisor out here and then promoted again and was leading our four deployed operations in informed space with our our country partners overseas so specifically working at cyber again so and then at some point decided to make the jump to the private sector. Yeah retired in two thousand eighteen and joined mandate came over director working in government solutions and actually actually see on both sides actually selling the commercial and the government side of the

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Teens Drove Increase in Suspected Suicide Attempts During Pandemic

Mandy Connell

00:37 sec | Last week

Teens Drove Increase in Suspected Suicide Attempts During Pandemic

"Attempts at the beginning of the pandemic. Suicide related emergency department visits dropped. But now the CDC is reporting suspected suicide attempts among teenagers rose later in the Pandemic in 2021 the uptick especially pronounced among teenage girls, with the CDC, reporting of 51% rise in suspected suicide attempts among girls 12 to 17 years old from February to March of this year. Compared to 2019, there was a 4% rise among boys. The CDC is urging parents to watch for signs of suicide risk like stone ABC nears If you are struggling with thoughts of

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Is the Bitcoin Supercycle Theory Dead?

The Breakdown with NLW

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Is the Bitcoin Supercycle Theory Dead?

"Today. You're looking at the super cycle theory and weather. Recent price action means that. We need to just banish it to the dust heap of history. There is nothing that people love more than telling you when things go badly that that is real life that all the excitement dreaming and optimism is fake and that the disappointment is real by those metrics. That last couple of weeks have been the realist of this cycle. Bitcoin has limited listlessly along for months. Since it's early to mid april highs and it felt even before the parade of over the last couple of weeks that some momentum had been lost maybe it was not enough new institutions buying or at least not buying fast enough for publicly enough. Maybe it was more of the trader and wail attention shifting to a theory defy dog coins. Whatever the case the scene was set for some executives force to push the mood and consequently the price even lower and along that came perfectly in the form of the fickle friend that loki. Trickster himself elon. Musk after helping. Drive the price from the high thirty thousand to sixty thousand thanks to tesla's big bitcoin by eu on effectively took it all back when he announced tesla was reversing course on bitcoin payments for vehicles due to environmental concerns that was followed up with china fudd insignificant seeming at first when it was just reuters sensationalizing policy that had been enacted for years earlier but it became much more significant when it was the vice premier of china talking about bitcoin mining bands from the highest echelons more significant still was when it was minors rapidly disgorging themselves of bitcoin and even in some cases mining machines in order to have capital to swiftly pick up and move operations should things manifest that minor selling drove. Another wave of price declines over the weekend. Although this time it was driven by spot selling not just liquidations and mandy last week can feel really really bleak. I was watching on twitter. And i saw desperation capitulation. Just real glumness. None of that fun. Bravado that crypto twitter does so well. In fact i saw a few people comment that it felt like a full bear cycle hyper compressed in a couple of days and that's not inaccurate

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What You Need to Know About the FireEye Hack

Planet Money

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

What You Need to Know About the FireEye Hack

"You're on the breaking news. Investigative team here at npr. And you've spent months working on this story. So why don't you just pick up where we left off a with kevin mandy the ceo of fireeye. Right he's realized there's somebody who's not an employee who's inside their network and that's a problem so we had several weeks where i'm sitting there going boy. I wonder how they broke in. And it is a terrible nag dina. What's responding to a breach anywhere whether your own house or someone else's house and you don't know how broken so fire is in the business of trying to figure out exactly that kind of thing and that's what other companies typically pay them to do and what they do is they try to think back to. What the earliest evidence of compromise could be. You know like where they might have seen some sort of stranger in their network or where that stranger could come in and they trace this back literally for weeks and they think it all started with some software from a company called solar wizz so at that point the only logical conclusion that i drew was sump. Draw the solar wind server solar winds. We know now. That's what this big that this whole story is about came to be called the solar winds hack and i'm going to be honest with you. I've been sort of following that story. But i don't think i've ever really understood. Like what is solar winds. What is solar winds is a software company and they make a bunch of different kinds of software. But the one. That's at the center of this story is a software they make to manage computer networks cry so nothing to do with either the sun or the wind from thinking alternative energy. I'm entirely in the wrong universe entirely in the wrong. I have no idea what kind of how they came up with the name. But can i can tell you is that. It's what's called network management software. This is what. It people use basically so they can keep an eye on the entire network

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Wet Notes  5-6-2021

Scuba Shack Radio

07:50 min | Last month

Wet Notes 5-6-2021

"This is wet. Notes here on scooby. Shock radio for may six two thousand and twenty one. I want to start off today with a story. That is a bit of personal meaning to me. And that's a story about what some recreational divers found while diving out in hawaii. Awful and i. Now i have quite a few dives out there. Awful and i and these divers found some unexploded world war two era ordinance. They found two bombs. One was at seventy four feet and the other one was at ninety four feet. The divers immediately notified to hawaii division of aquatic research. Who went out to investigate it and confirmed it was unexploded ordinance the report indicated that the munitions were about three hundred yards offshore. The exact location wasn't disclosed when but it may be in the area of the first and second cathedrals again personal for me. Because i have probably about at least twenty. Five dives onto cathedrals as of now. There aren't any more updates and there was no mention on the divers website and they run many charters out to the site. Let's see where this goes. I recently checked out the four ocean blog to see if there was anything of interest will there was a lot but one thing did pique. My interest for ocean occasionally does a blog on plastics around the world. And that's where they identify articles or stories that talk about the plastic crisis facing the world. Now one article was from interesting engineering and it was written by deora as deamer and this was about plastic eating mushrooms. Yes certain types of fungi can ingest and eat plastic apparently in two thousand eleven some yale researchers discovered rare mushroom in the amazon forest and it was able to digest and break down plastics. One of the scenarios suggest that these plastic eating mushrooms could be placed at the bottom of landfills interesting over the years. There have been various successful experiments. So what's the holdup perhaps speed. It takes times for the mushrooms to eat and digest the plastic and there's also competition for other investment now. Here's a bit of disturbing news that i saw from dima apparently there's going to be a virtual meeting of the florida fish and wildlife conservation commission or dfw see on may twelfth and thirteenth one of the topics on may twelfth. I think it is a two. Our discussion is to review and update the goliath grouper. Now this review is to look at if they should allow a limited highly. Regulated harvest of the goliath grouper. Why well that's a really good question now if you go out to the f. w. website you'll be able to find a detailed Presentation on this review. Even if the science holds up and supports the harvest. I would have to ask if the enforcement is of a regulated harvest. Dean feels that. The economic value of the goliath grouper are better served without any harvest and continue the protection they currently have. Sos thousand island. Well what's that all about. Well for those of you are familiar with the saint lawrence seaway in the thousand island region. Sos stands for save ontario shipwreck thousand island chapter now. This was reported in scuba news. Sos thousand island wants to create an artificial reef off of brockville in canada. Why are they making such a bold proposal. Were there are three main objectives. I an artificial reef will reduce the pressure on the local historic wooden shipwrecks and then second. An artificial reef can preserve the maritime history of ships that had been destined for scrap and finally this effort will assist the local aquarium in promoting maritime heritage and discovery. This is still a long way off but there is some good news in that day of identified a ship that could be used and it is the former canadian coast. Guard vessel the c. c. g. s. mont. Mandy now this ship was built in one thousand nine hundred sixty three and it was decommissioned and sold in nineteen ninety nine. Let's see where this one goes. Well here's something that. I just saw from patty. I think it was on the patty pro blog. Patty women's dive day. Two thousand and twenty one is coming and the tagline on the blog was celebrate the connection between mandy and the ocean. This year's patty women's dive day is july seventeenth 2021. This event started six years ago in two thousand and fifteen and it was started as a way to encourage more female participation in sport scuba diving to date there have been over four thousand patty women's dive day events in over one hundred countries. I'm sure last year was a little tough to get events planned and executed safely this year. More places are opening and travel is picking up. Everyone can participate be on the lookout for patty women's dive day event in your local area or maybe even travel to a nice destination to participate and finally today. I thought i'd give everyone and update on traveling. To the bahamas. As of may first the bahamas ministry of health has released new guidelines for entry departure. I if you are fully vaccinated for covid nineteen that's two weeks from your final. Does you don't need a covid. Nineteen tests prior to entry. Nor do you need to fill out the daily health questionnaire or get a covert test. After your fifth day on the island. You'll still need to apply for the bahamas. Health visa prior to entry. And you still need to get a covert test before travelling back to the united states. Now we're heading to nassau a may twenty six th so these changes make things a whole lot simpler. Hopefully more countries will open up. Like the bahamas. Well that's it for wet notes on may six two thousand and twenty one here on scuba shack radio

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Chelsea Set up All-English UCL Final

ESPN FC

01:47 min | Last month

Chelsea Set up All-English UCL Final

"Welcoming solicitation of espn afc. On thomas joining the studio today by craig burley we also welcome to the show. Frank leboeuf alley moreno on a shock a hansel up to reflects on the shell e books place in this year's champions league final after beating real madrid three one on aggregate two-nil stanford bridge in these second-leg the goals coming from team. Oh and mason mount craig. This was this was easy. You just looked at that. Stop and out the talk lane and you watch the game and saw sixty seven percent possession real madrid for maybe a little bit unlucky. No not all. I mean not unlucky. Lucky lucky it was only to know. I mean yeah. Lots of possession but but very positive side wayside with by the way forward sideways only injected a life when it dropped of carrying benz among the first half when he got accepted or amid a good run into the baltimore. Great rodney made monitors picked him out for a header from with mandy. But this was this was going over by chelsea. Say that are fighting for fourth known. The preeminently great. That's the crux of the here. Yes thomas was done a marvelous job and reorganising jokes. He scored and they have talent but goodness me a final of competition that. This club thrive on its cope with so much success real madrid and yet they were so meek and so ponderous in the performance the the fact that chelsea beat them by four. Maybe five goals honestly. That was the biggest surprise in the

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German Parliament Sustains Another Attack

The CyberWire

02:08 min | Last month

German Parliament Sustains Another Attack

"Several security companies have released news about revived. Threats will run through a few of the more. Prominent discussions fire is mandy unit. This morning updated its research into ghost rider and influence operator that came to attention last year. As it sought to affect public opinion in latvia lithuania and poland its messaging then was anti-nato the campaigns of twenty twenty relied upon heartlessly crude forgeries and implausible rumor. Mongering but of course disinformation doesn't need to be art as long as it can get the write amplification which ghostwriter work to accomplish. It was easy for officials to quickly. Debunk such hogwash. As the claim that canadian soldiers were spreading covid nineteen or that an internal memos circulating in the polish ministry of defence called for resistance against an american army of occupation a forged memo helpfully provided hijacked social media accounts used to lend plausibility to a very implausible. Cyber scoop offered a useful account of these efforts at the end of last july. But of course lies can have a bit of a run if they're provided with a head start. In any case ghost writer has now expanded its thematic content to include disruption of domestic polish politics and also according to tonga. Shell credential theft attacks on german political figures fire. I believes the threat actor it tracks says. Unc eleven fifty one. Some portions of ghostwriter the firm characterizes. Unc eleven fifty one. As a suspected state sponsored cyber espionage actor that engages in credential harvesting and malware campaigns tanga shell calls the chaos troops which is apt enough for an operation that aims at disruption. At least seven members of germany's bundestag have received phishing emails as have some thirty members of the lender assembly. That is the state level. Legislators german authorities are taking activity seriously.

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Democrats Unveil Bill to Expand Supreme Court

Mandy Connell

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Democrats Unveil Bill to Expand Supreme Court

"House Democratic lawmakers introduced a bill that would expand the number of Supreme Court justices from 9 to 13, Colorado Congressman Jason Crowe telling us he's reluctant to major court changes. Look at the options. Let's figure out what are the pros and cons of doing it. So I'm gonna be paying attention to that process and seeing arguments on both sides and seeing what we should do. Republican Ken Buck did not mince words about his thoughts on Fox News. It is a terrible move is divided. This country is This is just throwing gasoline on that fire. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will not bring the bill to the floor for a vote. The

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MLB All-Star Game will reportedly move to Denver

Mandy Connell

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

MLB All-Star Game will reportedly move to Denver

"Our guy Vic Lombardi breaking this story. Multiple sources telling him the MLB All Star Game, originally scheduled for Atlanta is indeed moving to Denver. Official announcement is expected to come soon. He says that again, according several sources, the All Star game is gonna be moved to Denver on July 13th, the home run Derby. Home. Rhonda Recourse field. I'm in for that. I will be unbelievable, Of course. Remember the Rockies course field, Denver hosted the All Star Game back in 1998 last time. But Shout out to our guy. Look, Vic Lombardi, who had this out there first, and it looks like the MLB All Star game is going to be coming here to Denver. Pretty cool

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22nd lawsuit filed against Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson

Mandy Connell

00:10 sec | 2 months ago

22nd lawsuit filed against Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson

"Lawsuit is being filed against his Shawn Watson. The sexual misconduct suit filed today, says the Houston Texans quarterback exposed himself to a massage therapist.

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Pending home sales fell over 10% in February

Mandy Connell

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Pending home sales fell over 10% in February

"The hot real estate market may be showing some early signs of cooling off pending home sales dropped 10.6% in February from his level of the previous month. Real towards, say supply remains very low for affordable homes while it's not as bad for high end properties One economist said the sales may be down because of the low supply of houses on the

Evanston, Illinois to pay reparations to Black residents over housing discrimination

Mandy Connell

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

Evanston, Illinois to pay reparations to Black residents over housing discrimination

"Assistance, home repairs or property down payments. Residents are eligible for funding if they are the direct descendant of a black person who lived in the city between 1919 and 1969 and experienced discrimination because of city policies. Our next news updates at one o'clock I'm Susan Witkin on Keohane, NewsRadio, a 50 A M and 94 1 of them is a check on traffic. Here's Rick Morgan. In the bed

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Tech Giants Cut Commissions It Charges App Developers

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:30 min | 3 months ago

Tech Giants Cut Commissions It Charges App Developers

"Too big tech companies made a rare concession to developers that do business with them. Operators of mobile phone apps have to pay to get their products seen by customers of apple and google critics say those big tech companies are so powerful. They are like nation states and the charges for mobile phone apps. We're like a tax. Now comes a tax cut apple and google financial supporters of npr which we cover like any companies and here bobby allen reports video game developer derek. More in who runs a company called flow play says. It's daunting to sell his video games for mobile phones. Because apple and google app stores take a big cut in a market where there's a thirty percent fee for just for the platform. This breaks down the pipe to the extent where there's almost nothing left for developers. If you have a smartphone chances are you have to use an app store controlled by apple or google to download stuff. The company say they need to collect a commission on what you buy to support the privacy and security of apps apple and google have defended these fees for more than a decade but now the companies have caved and slash them. You have sort of the reality of this and then you have the optics of this. What mandy nelson of the analytics firm sensory tower means is yes. This is a victory for small app developers who are set to benefit the most but for apple at the end of the day or google at the end of the day. What does is actually meaning to. Their bottom lines is not that substantial. But this was never just about money are coming right in the midst of some serious legal jeopardy for apple and google state and federal. Investigators are probing whether the company's broke the law by allegedly making it hard for rivals to compete with them apple ceo. Tim cook is even scheduled to testify about these fees in a trial next month. So the timing of the fee cuts. That is interesting. Says chris saggers. He's a law. Professor at cleveland state university who studies antitrust issues. I think it probably reflects the sense of the two companies that they're insignificant trouble trouble saker says that extending in all of branch to developers. Right now is not going to do much about. Two firms made an agreement to lower their prices. Only when they're under immense legal pressure doesn't make me think that this market has become competitive that everything is fine more at the sixty two person video game company flow play. Says we'll take it. I would say the really small guys earn ecstatic so much. So that morton says he's gonna make some new moves into mobile video game apps

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"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:18 min | 3 months ago

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"I really do love the saw a great. I love it too every every song mandy rights. I have to love it to want to spend a month with it or more take married right. Yes i'm only joking. No actually i love it. And i was so pumped That female fronted hard rock. I know there's a drought there. There's no drought there like i. I like to see more. Women are born timothy on really ended speaking speaking of another another band that mandy and i bonded over it was heart khanate. Another more canadians. But and and nancy wilson and just we like they. I mean we and we saw them live in twenty twenty. You probably saw in their heyday. We saw them in two thousand nineteen. We're still amazing. And now they do zeppelin better than zeppelin ever did. Cannibal incredible incredible. We got to see. I mean i just didn't. I'm enamored with with heart with stevie nicks monammad with you know in even the nineties and early two thousand modern rockers. More set and in the cranberries on. Just i'm enamored and enough out of the. I really enjoy the hard rock. Because i think it's their -peutic i think i need to. I need to be uplifted. And one song i need to feel unconditional pure love and be transform to another otherworldly place but then i also need a asong outlook an outlet for for whatever it's therapeutic to have a. You know to have a good song. That just gets you know gets a raw music for me. Growing up was an escape and an outlet. You know like whatever was going like you know. Nobody has a perfect upbringing. And and for my outlet my info didn't become drugs so much as it did like self expression through playing music and listening to music like coming home with the ten lp that. I bought that day and lying on the floor and the perfect spot between the speakers. So that the stereo field would would would happen in the middle of my head and reading the reading of the gate sleeve and just lying there and being transported by the music. That's just like that's what we hope to do for others. It was definitely an escape. And no i did see. The concert was great i but not in their. Hey day actually we're with By older older sisters friends and I didn't do be honest with you. There were okay live But i did love their muse. Oh yes this. Love to lovely so Fans wanna fall you after this. I hope at what. So where's the best where you most act at my most active on instagram twitter To i would say to places. I would probably our youtube is one of the best places. And then you know spotify. Even though even though the the spotify streams might not pay a whole lot. You know we're just we're thrilled. Every time we count up. How many countries are listening to up to us anywhere up to like forty four now and and it's all yeah and it's also like other people were kind of will will give you a chance based on whether or not you have a certain number of streams and if that stream gives over a thousand then more people are like oh i'll give us a listen and like if people if people all alarms with with that may i. I look for somebody that like. I look for the music. What he's heard. And i don't get that i don't get that it's like a mentality. I the other people listen to it before i actually give it a. I think it's not. I will see you're like me. Should i always wanted to be the first to discover the new artists and most everybody else is like no. The new artists have to prove themselves. Before i will listen. I'm putting out the visa and they miss a lot of great music. I know you'll also so true. Also we love the down you know if someone were able to pay ninety nine cents for a download that really helps on itunes or band campers that any anything pretty much find us by searching mike and mandy music. There is another acting mike and mandy on the east coast of the united states. But but you can generally find us most places by by searching mike and mandy music or search mike and mandy in the name of one of our songs mike and mandy ricochet mike mandy. Australian ashton awesome great. Thank you so much youtube. Mike lynn for coming on board. It was really fun to you. I think we can talk for hours. But then you'd never get to your recording your next one. So and your own creative endeavors. Okay we know you're a creative too so it's just cool to be able to talk to kindred spirit. Yeah cool i actually. That's what i like. Both of the podcast during the podcast is getting into the the talk about. What's behind the music. Of what made them happen and how they started. Have some people started when they were adults How some people had completely musical family helps on the like Like you mike in the house. Some people like you mandy does nothing like there was nothing with me. about Music was my escape. Became if it was my way to Without going into my way to get away. Like peter pan and it'll always be my peter pan on so Yeah so it was awesome having you on the show and look forward to having you back and we have great stuff coming out and thank you for your time you so much. Well thank y'all for tuning in next episode mongrel dogs mongrel dogs are original rock band from london. Uk formed in two thousand fifteen and comprising members from all around the globe. The band explored several rock sub genres. Blues hardrock Psychedelic and classic rock without being defined by one in particular. Their songwriter reflects a lifestyle. They lead as young artist. Living in a big city night lives relationships and personal experiences. So catch you at the pod. Next episode on air indeed on my pad two yards over the airways subscribe at the buzzer pod. Dot com cheers..

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"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:30 min | 3 months ago

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Really yacht. created a wonderful piece music. Windy thank you michael. Listen to it when i wrote it. And he's like i want to. I want to record. I want to arrange record in produce this. I know exactly how we're going to do it. And i was like really and so he. He took you know. He took the the song in he He kind of took it to another place in space in time. And i was really grateful for for everything he did in the arrangement and mixing mastering and and all his vision for latte. I i heard that song immediately. Just the first notes of the melody became a hook in my brain. That wouldn't leave for days. And so i turn. That's why i turned that. I i to measures of of the your vocal melt of your verse melody into the horn line. That comes in and i just Right away i heard it. And i was like i hear alan parsons project. Meets zero seven was sort of its governance got. There's a because there's a there's a there's a simplicity to the song also but there's also i don't know i just I what i love is mandy has written something like thirty songs since since we were i every since the world i went on lockdown and and You know she'll she'll she'll say come here. I got a new song. And i sit down and and Their you know their songs that are like we have to do this. One and then there are songs around like i like it but it's not grabbing me the way the other ones are because i tend to do all the the the initial instrumentation arranging and production and recording art and then she comes in and does her lays down her vocals and then will will pair away. Because i usually put into much. It is definitely a lot of give and take collaboration and having to be there in kind of walk on tippy toes around around the artists. You know of sirte. Sometimes it's hard to tell whether what if we get in a conflict is this fight about are the music or is it about our relationship unlike knowing the fact that music can. Can you. just take that. And i love it but can you just let it go for now. Can we just can we pair away. Can we clutter. Bus song settled screenwriting maximum. Sometimes you have to kill your babies the creative process you usually follow. It's always a little different. It's it's it's what we followed for the three releases that we're talking about today so all the three songs that we're talking about today or songs Mandy wrote she mandy wrote lyrics chords and melody. Maybe i've made a few little suggestions here and there but In an me as the instrumentalist you know the keyboardist the drama. The guitarist and i also play little harmonica at i. I pretty much once. You're a pianist. You kind of figure it and maybe not for the better that you can pick anything up and figure it out. Some things take longer than others usually do except for the you know the horn department. You're not gonna pick up a horn but and in the studio you can fake it. You can make it sound like you're a lot better than you are. Okay i agree with you. I thank thank you but that's that's about yes you know for right and we're in the businesses. Nothing's perfect sometimes mistakes. Yes sometimes mistakes are gifts offer. Show are we've had a lot of percent say hundred percent. Mega mistakes are gift. Something times he never know so so. Let's talk about rico. Say we're gonna listen to ricochet ricochet was the first song of mandy. Is i had to record. Because she's usually such a sweet and kind person and then she wrote this song and it was. It was kind of had this hunk energy of like describing this person spinning out. It's a story of a single mother on a downward spiral with a strong loving relationship addiction. That kind of spirals out of control during the song during the story so tribute to seven. No i i never know funny i was. I was outside by pool and someone from afar started. Coughing violently violently. It was it was. It was scary. And i was like the pendulum. And i'm like oh no they're coming our way and she opens up the gate and she continues. That gets you know in. The pool starts coughing. All over the you know the pool puts her hair up puts it down puts it up puts it down. Gets out of the pool goes to the other section of the pool coughs cots puts her hair up. Puts it down and i'm like. Are you gonna swim happening here. And i'm like i am not going in that pool. I don't care. If i don't i just don't care i'm not going anywhere near that poll and then i just started thinking if that what else if this. What else and kind of brought your actor. You're you're you're acting training to writing the song on the character. It was definitely an improv exercise. Like i was definitely in observational improv. Actor thinking if this than what an it just sort of went from went from there. I think eventually a you know she left but i i was just fascinated watching her. Just put her hair up and put it down. Cough cough cough put up. Put her hair down. Cough cough cough for for a long time. It was just an i like. I liked her. But i also like what's going on here. You know you're will people watching my thing. I'm a writer. You know that. I do the time where i i watched. People may not make up stories. Create a story. I think it was really cool. That i think is really cool. Because why not. And honestly i can see how the puck attitude into the song because it was the beginning of the pandemic saudis coughing. I remember at the beginning. Independent walked out and you're were coughing in the public. It was like oh my god.

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"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:39 min | 3 months ago

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"For sure. sure so. let's talk a bit about you. Managed background what. What instruments do each of you play are. What's your favorite incident play. artist mouthy play a multitude of instruments. And when did you start. Well you know mandy says there there were. There weren't any musicians in her family that that at least that we know but i I started by at a very musical family. I had a you know. My my mother's cousin is an op. Was an opera singer and my family might. My grandmother had the piano in the home. And and people you know and like in the days pre radio would would gather around the piano and and saying to sheet music and my so. My mother started me on piano lessons when i was six and fortunate or not I had a piano teacher that she found that was a boogie. Woogie blues player name of jack bowers and he was very influential to me because he you know he. He taught me to read music and then almost immediately pivoted towards like okay. So what are you gonna write. What are you gonna. what are you gonna make up. You've got all these black and white keys staring at you. You've got so many possibilities. What are you going to do and and so you know at age. I guess i started around six. And and you know around age. Seven or i had written my first song and and from there like i didn't really get the technique i am not an excellent instrumentalist but i you know. I did study jazz improv. I had a great jazz improv. Teacher community college. A ray brown who had toured with the stan kenton. Big not rebrand. The bassist ray brown the trumpeter and utah jazz improv us very influential and and you know and and that's what led my friends and i to form a band a punk band which became a scott and by the time i was thirteen And you that was my spending money okay. I can't have your thirteen. Where we we played a lot of parties high school parties garages and living rooms. But then we played a lot of clubs. There was actually two underage clubs in town in santa cruz. California where we where we could play and you know there was. There was a juice bar but no alcohol and then we played some clubs where we were allowed on the stage but not in the house because we were too young to be in the house. That's why i was asking is pretty good last five. We didn't you know there's a lot of things that we could have done. Better you know but And i and i was devastated when we broke up but Here we are today. Still able to mandy and i are able to make music and and put it out there. Which is you know seemed so such a remote possibility back then back then it was about being discovered by some are person who might develop you and you know and now it's like no you just do it yourself. Which is that old punk thing coming back. Yeah you do have to. You've been on radio but now you're just like i. I miss radio. I'm going to do a podcast. I well it was a multiple things radio. I've always been a loveless radio and audio conversations. The more intimate the voice voice for radio. You sound like you sound like a great rock. Dj like you should. you should be saying. Here's a track from fleetwood mac. Yeah i haven't actually favorite genre. Rock connotes you're not brock but okay. I'll put that. I do ever want to work for the man they were but they say that. So let's talk about the track. You're going to hear next are you now. Mattie wrote that having that come about you wrote it. It was the first song i wrote during the pandemic i. One of my friends said that she tested positive for covid and couldn't reach her for several days in i was concerned in also reach a of other people that i was concerned about And so i started You know thinking about what i would want to say to her. And then what i would want to say to a couple of other people in my heart and then just what i would want to say to you. Know different folks. You know. In general that i had may be seen on the news during that time and i started kind of imagining like my mind was like a cameron doing a montage and like in a movie and going from one scene to the next just visiting them and i and wanting to send a message of unfailing love and compassion and mercy and you know you're not alone just to break through the isolation in disconnect many of us were experiencing even before that time but especially during that time. In what i. What i loved is how you you kind of you know. Even though that's where the the germ started was with the pandemic in the and the disconnect and the isolation like you really made it about abroad or type of isolation you know sell the self isolation of of of of addiction and other things and you so you. It's an. I mean that's what songs do is start start specific but then really touch on universality themes themes of university. It was definitely meant to be universal for everyone at any time Because you know anyone can feel isolated or disconnected at any moment and so when i was writing it was just i was feeling a sense of pure wealth and and timelessness and other worldliness just hoping to give a message of peace and serenity. Obviously you know. I i did see in one scene. You know someone on a ventilator and you know the only and i imagine you know the song being like an angel whispering in their ear that maybe their loved ones couldn't visit them in the room early in the pendulum. Yeah maybe a. My voice could be like an angel. Just you know Just whispering hope and keep going and strength and encouragement in their ears. They were hope hopefully recovering. So yeah you definitely got the message across the amazing drug. Thank you amber gonna listen to. Are you now.

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Biden says US to hit 100 million virus goal on Friday

Mandy Connell

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Biden says US to hit 100 million virus goal on Friday

"President Biden announcing a big milestone when it comes to giving Corona virus vaccines. I'm proud to announce that tomorrow. 58 days into our administration. We will have met my goal of ministry 100 million shots to our fellow

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Minneapolis to pay $27M settlement to George Floyd's family

Mandy Connell

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

Minneapolis to pay $27M settlement to George Floyd's family

"Approving a $27 million settlement with the George Floyd family. News of the settlement comes is jury selection continues in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vin showman is the former white cop accused of killing Floyd in Minneapolis last year by kneeling on the unarmed black man's neck for nearly nine minutes. He's pleaded not guilty to charges, including second degree murder. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo again

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Study finds mask mandates, dining out influence virus spread

Mandy Connell

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Study finds mask mandates, dining out influence virus spread

"A new study from the CDC shows places with mask mandates and restaurant restrictions have lower case numbers and deaths related to cope in 19 states were dining on site is allowed at restaurants, all illness and death rates. Speed up One county in Colorado is opening up all of its businesses to and returning to normal operations. Custer County Board of Health, voting to the one to lift the coronavirus restrictions. Custer Commissioner Tom Flower was the dissenting vote. I feel like we're 30 to 45 days too early to do that. I would have liked to have seen us take this under consideration early April to mid April, maybe late April. The towns of West Cliff and Silver Cliff are in Custer

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Over 168 million children miss nearly a year of schooling, UNICEF says

UN News

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Over 168 million children miss nearly a year of schooling, UNICEF says

"At least one hundred and sixty eight million children. Labor missed out on classroom learning in the last year. Owing to corona virus related lockdowns the un children's fund unicef said on wednesday schools in some fourteen countries remained largely shut for almost twelve months as authorities attempted to hold back ovid nineteen infections. The un agency said in a new report in response to the findings sector jemele antonio guiterrez warned of global education crisis. Now efforts should be sped to safely. Bring every child back into the classroom. He tweeted here. He is speaking outside. Un headquarters in new york one of the most dramatic consequences of congress as being terrible suffering children and families because of the two of them. That defense school mandy. Fortunately at the chest with with the virtual means that's a or the forest populations without internet connection. We have millions of people of the school and that is a tragedy as the one year anniversary of the covid nineteen pandemic approaches on the eleventh of march unicef chief. Henrietta four underlined the catastrophic education. Emergency that worldwide lockdowns have created with every day that goes by children who are unable to access in person schooling full further and further behind and the most marginalized paying the heaviest price. Miss four added

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Should You Let People 'Pick Your Brain'?

Brown Ambition

02:07 min | 4 months ago

Should You Let People 'Pick Your Brain'?

"Movement i guess if you will wear. He like you. Stop asking people to pick their brain. Disrespectful it's entitled It's rude that you know. People have spent a lot of time and energy on whatever their craft or whatever it is and you shouldn't ask anyone for free information. Basically i see it a lot that you know so i have mixed feelings about how i feel about that sentiment so i just wanted to. When i saw that i was looking going to see what has mandy think about like when people quote unquote want to pick your brain. Do you feel like you like get out of here. Like i'm not telling you nothin' i'm not gonna lie. Maybe at a certain age and step in my career. I might have been but that would have been purely borne out of insecurity and also fear and also you know it's if we're really serious about creating more inclusion At all levels you know. Generational wealth building generational wealth in black and brown households giving people access to power and knowledge and for me. I'm really passionate about you. Know talking to people about their career and how to navigate their careers and and move through the quote unquote corporate world. Or whatever if we're really serious about that we. We have to acknowledge that the way that it's been done which it has been very closed off to us in terms of knowledge. How things get done. How do you become an executive or get to a board seat. How how does this happen. That information has been held back from us once. I almost feel like once you gain knowledge in order to really break the system. We know we need to stop playing by their games. Once we get there so my whole thing is once. I get in a room and i gained knowledge. I wish people would ask me. Like what are you know. Because i would be willing to share it and i think you know why said fear and an insecurity might have helped me back in the past is when you're the only one you might be a little scared it's like it's an and they want you to feel this way too. I think they being like you know the system. It's better for them. If we're not talking and sharing information right that's why they didn't teach how to read. Access to knowledge is the key to equality and yet we. I just i feel personally that in my space. If you ever wanna pick my brain. It's pickle

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"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

15:10 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"About it from Mandy Connell we are back the intrepid over there in G. over there over here you out there listening doing whatever you're doing out there you know before the break we were talking before the president so rudely interrupted us just getting he's the president he can do that it's whatever we were talking about the upcoming presidential race I gotta tell you day one upside of the corona virus and I mean this is that it has given us some respite from this campaign this may end up being the most glorious campaign in the history of campaigns because let's think about it now we only know that Donald Trump is going to be out there he's on TV every day he's talking right now talking about the paycheck to paycheck protection program all but Joe Biden is nowhere he had a virtual town hall last Saturday night when Dave everyone in America was home and I I from what I understand he garnered about five thousand people that is virtual town hall and tonight he's got a women's virtual town hall ostensibly to talk about the impact of coronavirus on women which is hilarious because men are dying of corona virus at a much higher rate than women right now like fifty seven percent of the deaths of the men so we're gonna have a a town hall on the impact of coronavirus but the real reason is because Hillary Clinton is the quote surprise guest tonight where she is gonna offer her endorsement to Joe Biden so Hillary and it's showing Hillary Hillary and Joe Joe in Ellery it has a lot of experience with that cheating on your wall well now Dave rich you'll be an expert yeah so it remains to be seen whether he's going to be asked directly about the accusations by terror read that was the other thing we were talking about she alleges the back in nineteen ninety the early nineteen nineties I don't know if it was ninety two or ninety three that he pinned her up against a Senate wall in it in a kind of a a place that you are not a lot of people go to and put his hand up her skirt and sexually assaulted her it's a pretty significant accusation she did not come forward at the time because she did not want to derail his career because she was working in his office and there's a good progressive she did not want to cause the nice man who sexually assaulted her any problems well she was a Marianne Williamson supporter than she was a Bernie Sanders supporter and then she has come forward with these accusations not only come forward the accusations business insider talked to two separate people you also verified her account for back in nineteen ninety three one of them is needed Biden supporter and watching I just wouldn't check Dave just to see on the break about what Alyssa Milano member Alyssa Milano is like one of the heads of hash tag me too she's also a big Joe Biden supporter do you know what Alyssa Milano said about this is Dave I'm glad you're sitting down I could see you sitting down so take a deep breath she said that she would hate to see the career of a man she's known for fifteen years destroyed without a thorough investigation of anything of the sort so she just doesn't she's can't believe that he would do this but all women should be believed she's being absolutely true for ash on Twitter for that right now now the flip side of this rose McGowan who is one of the first woman to come out and accused Harvey Weinstein of rape she was she maintains that she was sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein she has been at the forefront of this movement she is absolutely calling the Democratic Party out for not treating terror read the same way that they treated Christine lazy for Jesus entirely consistent in her view Melissa Moore a Lotto is not she is Alyssa Milano is not being consistent I think they're hiring Hillary for the campaign as a matter on any of these women she has a lot of experience in in deep Sirianni where men were accused her husband and children now anyone who accuses Joe Biden I'm convinced that's why she's here tonight was checked in with Hillary said if you drag a dollar Paula Jones is that you get when you drag a dollar through a trailer park was that James carvel I can't I can't I think it was James Carville actually grounds cargo yeah Ellery Clinton was the head of the bimbo eruptions squad though for has been for many years and so maybe you're right maybe she's coming in to do to do damage control on this I think there's a good possibility that it's going to be I'm in tune in tonight it could be entertaining okay well then I'm going to assign you the role of having a full report on this I have to teach my last podcast in class tonight so I can't watch so you you've now been assigned officially Dave and you can't just walk out after five minutes you have to stick it out Dave are you sure you want this assignment and there's no there's no battle pay for this no comment I'm not sure at all but yeah well right now you're in and you heard it mark the tape Dave said he then so they can watch this tonight but now it's going to be very oh by the way the other thing Alyssa Milano said was that if the accusations were credible surely the mainstream media would cover it she actually said that she didn't think they were credible because they you know mainstream media hasn't shown any interest you know it's it's it's funny because the Democrats and the media you know they're lockstep together and it's not a conspiracy of any kind it's good it's kind of like in the end I think Mike Rosen's use this example one birds fly in formation no one taught them how to do that they're not conspiring nature's do it naturally that's how they behave naturally and that's how the media is behaving naturally yeah you're right about that well I think there's some bass like talking points you know conventions we don't we don't have that on the right maybe they have it on the left I don't think so but everybody believes the same thing so that's the problem everybody and and my biggest issue with media bias is not so much the way stories are covered but how we decide which stories get covered at all that's where the underlying bias becomes a huge problem and this story is a perfect example of that we have several methods of demonstrating their bias the wrong word smiths and they used a precise word H. in order to convey the idea of that even if they don't say it right out front they they my choice of stories which ones they run which ones they don't run cutting stories in the middle yeah our and then having all the but the the information that way help yeah the accused in their story I have I have the eliminate that by putting it on page sixteen which no one ever goes to people read the headline in the first paragraph usually and that's where they do stop them well here's the thing the Washington post was reporting on some of these accusations and after publishing a story about this a reporter noticed that the Washington post inserted two words into a quote from a police report you think that would be pretty straightforward if you're taking a quote from a police report you just copy it down and surely you don't need to add words to a story to make it but this is what they said this is the correction that The Washington Post had run correction this story as originally published misstated the language in a police report about terror REITs complaint that version of the story quoted the document as saying read quote disclosed that she believes she was the victim of a sexual assault the document does not contain the words she believes this version has been corrected so they added disclosed that she believes she was the victim of a sexual assault instead of what it was she disclosed she was the victim of a sexual assault it gets far softer it's like you know I'm not sure maybe I like I believe it's a totally different thing the word believes that's what I mean yeah I say their word smiths yeah they use the exact words that will either put you in doubt or put you in a direction that they want you to be here correct a hundred percent so you know so I don't think surprises me from the media absolutely nothing I it's sad though because at the same time I'm genuinely concerned about the death of newspapers and journalism because guys when they serve their proper function it is it is us and the media against people who would abuse power that that's when the media serving its proper function it should not matter whether that person abusing power is a Democrat or Republican or libertarian or Green Party candidate should not matter the media should always be invested in ferreting out wrong regardless of who is perpetrating it and we are so far from that mission and they're doing it to themselves I think this goes all the way back to Richard Nixon the media just despised personally and I think you know the during his impeachment during almost everything he did in his administration the media was after sometimes fairly many times unfairly and I think ever since then they just up their game into now there's there's no recognition of journalism at all yep we attract articles I I I don't know where that stops you know somebody sent me an email today and said the reporters from the O. A. N. network which is the one American network come to these press conferences and they ask good questions to elicit good information and they're not trying to get that gotcha and this woman was like I don't know much about this network if you don't know the one American news network is an unabashedly conservative perspective network unabashedly there I would liken them to the M. S. N. B. C. of the right because they are never going to report something that is unflattering for Donald Trump they're not they're simply not going to do that now that doesn't mean that they don't do some good reporting you know they does it and guess what some good reporting happens on MSNBC I can't give an example right now but I'm sure there is I don't watch the station enough there's a very decided pro trump bias to the one American news network but I think they're pretty unabashed about it but they have been complicit in spreading some conspiracy theories so you know like everything else do a little more investigation before you decide it's gospel truth yes Dave you are here Unifor sample of I got your question at one of these press search this was a live via Olympian nosy of by New York magazine she asked the following question if an American president loses more Americans over the course of six of the last six weeks then died in the entirety of the Vietnam War does he deserve to be reelected yeah and they're right after these days she said when did you stop beating your wife Mister president when did you stop beating your wife ari Fleischer remark he had a tweet on that he said it's a clown question it's common questions like this that can make the briefing a waste of time the only point of that question was to provoke correct learn anything new not provide information of yours the point was to get under trump's skin could just see potus rose above it and didn't take the bait I will say it was it was an embarrassment of question and it was designed to make her the story mission accomplished her Twitter feed by the way Dave I went to her Twitter feed on her Twitter feed is all her re tweeting people to compliment her you guys I I I gotta tell ya I get lovely compliments from people and and I appreciate each and everyone of them but I would not re tweet a compliment unless there were some valid purpose also in the tweet what is the reason I would never retweet that unless it was to be sarcastic you know but I I just what our household it just everything about her she wants other people to read it and see how great she is so that should get a raise yeah it's really hello areas when you think about it what what has become of journalism Edward R. Murrow which is spinning in his grave it's just a sad state of affairs yep sad sad state of affairs when we get back I want to talk to my friend Dr Gerry from downtown's health care couple things one he like so many other people in his field have had to shut down to reevaluate their entire business operation with very little guidance from the state talk about that but more importantly we're talking about two things number one you don't need to go to the E. R. if you have physical pain meaning your back hurts something like that we're gonna talk about that plus there are ways to boost your immune system that are significant really significant we're gonna talk about that as well plus much other stuff that's coming up next and Susan which can tell us what's coming up in her newscast first so earlier this hour we heard a little bit from the president talking about the second round of the paycheck protection program it was heard from one of the gals who got the funding from the first round in her business in it from her at two o'clock until we newsradio eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but.

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"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"No chance news the pillow but I found was very comfortable I sucked on my side on it if I'm physically exhausted say I've had have gone on a really big hike in the summer you know you do like a fiver eight mile hike in your physically exhausted I can sleep on my back but other than that not happen just hang on crystal hi Mandy I one yogi how are you I'm doing well thank you what do you call in about thirty seconds to want to hang on or do you want to go now I can now I am a side sleeper because if I sleep on my back I will throw my back out because I admit I would love to sleep on my back but I threw my back out because I have a jacket back there I have to be a side sleeper so I make my color for I have a special pillow that I need for side sleepers although I keep telling my husband my Cologne I'm gonna get my own my tele now and I'm gonna use that because that's the best thing for side sleepers there you go I'll try it out I'm not above anything I appreciate it I'll talk to you soon lady David Hale a studio what's coming up in the news okay Mandy hot first of all let's talk about the importance what what how do you sleep side sleeper back sleeper front sleeper front so make yeah we were working with people or so bizarre I can fall asleep on my back but I'm on my stomach and no pillow at all hello my gosh what do you have your comments on on the bed no no first on the bed there's nothing wrong with that you know right now Dave before yeah now I'm just saying no what's hospital profits are increasing in some places in the state but reforms aren't working for all Colorado patience and a former Denver arch bishop calling it a career from the east coast that more coming up at two one KO a Colorado buster back in boulder hi this is voice loss mark Johnson number twenty three see you.

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"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"All that stuff I tease right before the break because none of that's happening because I forgot my friend Mandy is coming in I only have friends now their name Mandy and I Mandy it is Henry how do you say your last name and pull that Mike up to your right up towards uncomfortably close to your mouth yeah it's just feels a little out no power I'm talking right up there and from there you go that's uncomfortably close don't back up I said uncomfortably close bring it forward Mandy is a potter a ceramist what is the difference by the way I'm a potter is as someone who just kind of does it as a hobby uhhuh and a ceramic artist as someone who's going to school typically has earned studio mixes their own glazes and she makes the most gorgeous staff but don't get excited because she's moving to Boise Idaho I'm not saying that I hate her husband for getting into fantastic job but I'm not very happy with them I also have in the studio with the rat right now robin Wilson from Charlie Wade forms yes a couple days ago I was talking about the fact I was almost out of my sweet hot jalapenos and Robinson me an email and said we have those but you can just bring those you all right like you brought everything for the holiday season it turned out my con Dave turn that Mike on yeah lots of goodies you brought the sweet hot peppers which are handy hoping it to be perfect I'm you also brought and you were having this robber have in this is the brunch it's Christmas jam with cranberry strawberry like like cinnamon and allspice seizing it smells you just want to kind of put your face it out like that heavenly it does smell heavenly so tell me a little bit about Charlie Wade farms and then maybe just got back from Japan she brought all this weird snack food so you guys have a little bit of everything it's just a family farmer you make really delicious little thirty items yeah we're a family farm we are in Brighton and we have I do have homemade jams we have these so we do honey I have eggs and then we do lots of pickled vegetables bossy that's and the jam that's pretty much my entire diet you just named all my food groups right then so it's fine it's it smells delicious and I cannot wait thank you so much run around and I was gonna hang out for a minute because Mandy I wanted to start a porn sake out so she goes Hey I port this is what she says I poured you little shot of sake it's like a half gallon of sake in this Cup right now James already sucked is down like candy like some kind of Japanese booze hound over here well it is Friday it is Friday that that it is that's why we love to have got just what we trying here this is **** go tell that my husband got and it's beer be it like rice beer it's actually really good and I don't like sake sake traditionals I don't enjoy it this is actually a little fruitiness to it yes good yeah declared a delicious part of and drinking sake as the Japanese liked to us serve it with small snacks okay so hit me with a small snack this one right here is a minutes sure Reid crab are you ready Dave Dave ready and you get a piece of this it's been.

Mandy
"mandy" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

14:12 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"In this episode. I'm honestly delighted to say that I'm talking to Mandy. Saligari Gari Mandy is someone I have wanted to speak to on tape as off to be fair for such a long time and I'm GonNa tell you for why longtime listeners will know that here at the gun show. We're not scared of emotions. This is a safe place for thoughts feelings and getting it all out there being vulnerable in order it to grow but that doesn't mean that this podcast is a time-wasting exercise in navel-gazing or at least. That's certainly not my intention. I so mandy on a television show so in the UK called celebrities in therapy and it's really liked the way she spoke about mental health made observations and cut to the chase. We can say a lot about what we're thinking and feeling Ling but she has the ability to this go well. This is what that means or this is what this is what this tells me. She's an expert in her field and you can really really tell oh I suppose from my perspective. I have definitely noticed instances where I have seen people identify as the mental health diagnosis so for example anxious or depressed for example and I don't mean this to sound harsh is just my observation. Those diagnoses actually afford your lifeline to take action wants. You know what you're dealing with. You can make progress right so the purpose of any episode of this podcast hopefully be entertainment entertainment or whatever but when we cover things like mental health really is as a way of the action that can be taken to get you out of the situation you're in rather than embedding betting within it so yes. Mandy Style and have I've just really resonated with me and I wanted to get her on the show to talk about therapy why it's okay to need it to want it and what you can can expect from taking that step and speaking to someone I have spoken to quite a few people on an email who have a fear of opening up a fear even admitting they might need this resource us and so hopefully what this conversation with Mandy will do is give a clear idea of what it's all about as she describes it in this episode and I really agree with this. I just hadn't heard it. It said like this I loved it. She said embarking on a therapy journey. That's what you want to call. It isn't active self-esteem of hope of self care of self worth and of curiosity. Oh and I will say highly recommend you. Mandates tedtalk feelings handle them before they handle you because it's utterly brilliant brilliant. What's at once have a think think then watch it again and maybe go for third. Go Round. You know what I mean. It's good stuff that you want to remember the link to that video demands book and all of her resources will be in the show notes which can be found wherever it is that you're streaming downloading this episode but for now how wonderful to be able to say. I Have Mandy Gory on the McGovern show this is this is what is cozy and it's also. I've wanted to the current of you in this context for a long time so this is very delightful Mandy Salvatori. Thank you so much joining me and it's a pleasure. It's almost difficult to know where to begin with a tidal wave of thoughts trying to get out of my mouth right now but I'm for the context of listeners who were tuning in. I wondered if he wouldn't mind just putting you into context a little meat doing it for you of what you do daily and what we and therefore where we'll be going within in this conversation okay. I have no idea where we're going to go with you. I often think of therapy as doing for walk with your dog and you Speaker GonNa head down that path way and then suddenly takes off to a squirrel and you follow it so I am a therapist I am in recovery. Sorry myself from addiction. I used to work in television a long long time ago and longed to leave and become a therapist and eventually made eight my way here so I started by targeting. I suppose addiction is my main interest but from there I developed an entire model of Karen entire approach. The really looks at why people use self-defeating coping mechanisms to cope with how they feel so I ended up working with people rather than addiction I ended up working families. I love working with our lessons and intervening really early so that people become more comfortable with being vulnerable and they learn to take responsibility for whichever KP mechanism. They choose to use whether that's and this is a bit contentious weather. What's determined to avoid something by being super anxious whether that's drinking whether that's food whether that's being constantly invested in drama or isolating yourself remind but if there's a pattern. I'm interested okay so that's a really interesting the idea of delegating to something else and immediately I thought you were going to say drugs and alcohol or screen time or food food and you said being super anxious or being involved in drama. I'm thinking that sounds like life. I recognize that in myself and other people and you describe that as an addictive behavior well I think that addiction as we all recognize it is at the end of a long line of other clues as I think of them so you don't just wake up one day and date it. That's not what happens out of nowhere out of the blue. The has to be a pattern of behavior that has consistently enabled you to remove move yourself from your own process avoid swerve blame whatever and so that you can justify these self medicating some way so people turn up with a dependence on something and I believe there are fifteen manifestations of addiction of which drugs and alcohol and food all three but prior to that there there is distorted thinking this dysregulates emotion which could be in the form of drama seeking a constantly withdrawing isolating lack of Beta version soup rancorousness very very depressed low mood and I think that people become used to feeling a certain way so they default to it and part of the work I would do in the early. Intervention stages is to be really curious about people where people go try to get them to see what happens just before they go there and so to strengthen that muscle so if they wish not everybody wishes to so if they can do different because in twelve steps for example the famous the first step is admitting that you have a problem. Are you see I think the first step is oh. My my way didn't work properly. I mean I could sit here all day and all night talking about what problem and I could make bagels a small it depends on how I feel but the point is my way of living or tackling life for tackling life's problems 'cause I never going to go away. Lives problems turn up every single day and they're not going to disappear so you know. Stop waiting till everything sorted before you get on. I think it's more about how you tackle them so if my lens to tackling them is II cont then I'm already in big trouble if my attitude attitude towards tackling guessing up in the morning is I wonder why I wonder how today will be. It's okay. We'll be all right and I've got my arm around myself. Then everything's different sprint. There's about a hundred eighty questions I have now from that I carry but as part of your role helping somebody see that there is sometimes an issue issue that they have to deal with Gosh. No most people come to therapy well. Most people sadly come to therapy when everything's he's already in crisis so they've tried the haircut the new boyfriend changing the house you know changing the job whatever it is they've tried everything else and then they come into their happy as a last resort so honestly they genuinely no something wrong. They may not be right about what it is but they will definitely have satisfied something that's wrong. I wish people came in SUNA. I actually think people come into therapy out of hope for a new way rather the not despair but yes key is my way didn't work and if you come into therapy you're saying no certainly did my way not work but I can't think my way out of this on my own and I need a object an objective experienced of ahead to stand shoulder to shoulder with me to have a look at what's what's going on so I can sort and I think what I would hope we can impress upon people via that is that it's okay not to have the answers. It's okay to go. I think it's wonderful. I actually think that when people come into therapy that coming in as an act of self esteem because they're saying I want more. I don't want to be like this. I want to make the most of what I've gotten as a blog. I think it is an active hope self esteem of Castle. I self worth curiosity. It's all those things and that happens within about the first fifteen minutes of being in therapy people sit here with the kind of I'm the one who's messed up in my ably. I'm the one with the problems I'm the one who always causing trouble and then they realized there the one who wants to make a change so wonderful thing I've spins. Were listeners know that I've been through it. I remember friend. Sane to me not consistently over the years but over my life people saying to me. Do you think you should go and talk to someone an I thought it was rejection. I thought it was I've had enough of this. Would you tell it to someone else because I really like the doors. Were coming down. It made me feel very rejected and I wonder if people come to you sometimes feeling that no one else will listen to them or that. They're boring of the people here. I think that's quite common. I think that as I say people come to therapy having tried out every every other option. I mean literally everything and yeah they they are. Atta kind of dead end in trying to work it out and I think too do that. When somebody says you should go and speak to someone I think it can feel like a criticism it can feel like you are really messed up and beyond the normal bounds of sitting at the kitchen table and chatting through disraeli something wrong with you you really need to go and talk to someone and I chuckled because I've made it my life life my entire life to sit behind closed doors and talk to people and the sooner you get here the sooner you can address that kind of glitch that we probably all have and get on with however you want to live your life. If you had your way. When would it be something that everybody did from a certain certain age just weekly session weekly chat ex you know put it all out there in a safe place in principle. Yes I think it should be taught in primary setting in nursery setting not the format necessarily of one. I was therapy to focus on your problems but the idea of having emotional intelligence knowing how you feel and therefore having a nets chance of taking responsibility for the consequence behavior if I don't know how I feel if I I don't know I'm angry and frightened of being angry because when I was angry as a child everybody got angrier than I'm likely to become anxious and and then I'll honestly think I'm anxious and I'll never get a hold of the anger which is the power that will actually drive me through life in a way allowing doing me to take responsibility for myself so yes. I think knowing how I feel being able to talk about it and being able to accept it as one of life's great subjects subjects would be a huge set nice and early on yes you brilliant tedtalk and listeners linked to watch it will be in the show notes and it's called feelings handle them before they handle you and I was watching it. I've watched it many times now and I think one of the things I was had. I not already been through therapy. I might have a sense of fear about the factor that if I was watching it as a forty one and three quarter year old women I might look at it and think Oh gosh do i. I really want to unpick my childhood because that's where a lot of it begins like my inability to offer help is something that comes from childhood. Do I really want to understand that and I know people would say I'll just get on with it to get over at move on but I don't necessarily think that's the best way to ferry. I think that when people are making that decision then looking in the mirror at a forty one and three year old woman and saying to that in a little four five six seven year old get on with it and move on and I think if you have unresolved issues from childhood sometimes you don't WanNa go back and pick it because you're frightened of yoga and find and we'll feel about people that you've already kind of decided where they stand in your life if you like but the person you haven't decided where they stand in your life is the little version. Shen of you. It's your history that therapy will help you straighten out. Not The DAD was a bad guy or your mom was to blame for it. I couldn't wouldn't be less interested in attributing blame. Judging anyone point is therefore you are shaped. How so I think it's like it's like a pet renovation project just to be super interested in what you'll made off..

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"mandy" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

Unstructured Interviews

13:56 min | 2 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"Today's guest is Mandy O'Brien of bombards body language. Mandy is a fascinating individual and I wanted to look her up. When I saw her work online doing body reading now overtime she's been a a little bit controversial and actually was thrown off of Youtube with her original channel? We'll go into that later. We also talked about a previous guests professor James Fallon whom she did a reading on and her observations are quite fascinating. I hope you guys enjoy this episode. I did actually no editing whatsoever because I wanted manny's message to be clear and for there to be no changes or anything else out there so I present to you Mandy O'Brien. This is unstructured..

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"mandy" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"But in fact, they full scalds the leader of the colts play by liners. Roach is just a charlatan and manipulative. Unpleasant person who knows how to abuse exploit the week in the bungle and the bikers who we really are. I mean, this is a spoiler but we are led to believe that they are something like demons, but they'd just some hills, angels that have taken too much bad acid in the being there again, very unpleasant people, but they are at home people and they are slowly replaced by the model of nikei just carried to read and Mandy Mandy Mandy actually disappears from the film about halfway through maybe reappear. Reappear we see his everyone's off to that, but she becomes less prominent, but she's always, she's always the focus of the film if away it's more about his love for her than it is about the revenge. Although the revenge is an expression of his love for her and they are both damaged people before any of the the nasty stuff starts. I mean, he's clearly alcoholic. He's recovering alcoholic. She's literally Scott and does till these stories about her past that sound a little disturbing and together they've, you know, in one another, they found this kind of evil that they built around themselves, and it really is a paradise that they have in the cabinet in this sort of beautiful woodland, and because we get to know them at such length before things go wrong. It really does feel like an it'll has been corrupted. And then he becomes Jesus. His side is PS two wears a crown of Bagua, Robin wounds. He has a nail through his hand. He does become a kind of Jesus big of and I don't want to say he's a true goal, but he's a true. That are opposed to him one of the elements. One of the things you talked to before was this idea of the deception of these false prophets. And I guess one of the tools they use in the film is drugs are already one of go into the details because I think when you see the film, it's quite of delightful how how they're administered and and what not. Quite revolting actually, but. We've seen this described as a kind of stone movie. Obviously, we would never advocate people take drugs, but does it feel like it's this of a film that you to enjoy you have to be on in some like other worldly place in your own mind? Film that actually operate is actually trying to give you that experience a legal high if you will. I mean Patas his first movie is very similar in. It's incredibly so he paced and it is this kind of especially more towards the beginning. I think everything in that kind of own unravels in the last fifteen minutes. But it's it's this thing. He's so I, if he coined the phrase, but someone coined the phrase called trans cinema where you kind of psych. So immersed in the world, you don't really know what time is anymore and tons. I watched. I was completely sober like four in the afternoon, and I still go off allow, I think, is maybe one of those movies that people are going to be quite keen to take home and that you know, light up before they watch, and maybe they will reach some high apply in understanding. But I've seen a lot of fans Aries about this weather like the whole film is actually just a drug trip and. Cop-out. It's just a trip film. It's designed like his film to give you a really bad if it's going to be a fun time if you're not going. May maybe I should try some drugs. Well, let let's also, I mean one of the key things here is we've got nNcholas cage in a lead role and the costing almost maybe seems of us if I'm gonna play devil's advocate here is like the film almost seems to be like a kind of, let's build a film around Nick cage doing this kind of crescendo performance where he, you know, he's just on some of like ever increasing wig out. Anton is this is best performance is Nick cage going crazy, good cinema, one of the problems with Nick cage is you sometimes get the impression when you watch a lot of films, especially his more recent films that every right to just says to him, tune it up to eleven.

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"mandy" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"Thing I've learned how to do it and you've lost it. If you listeners thing, it's got a har- element. No, it listen to it first and then tell me, know, does Dracula have averse? Let me ask you a few questions. Dracula have averse, yes or no. It's a very dark, yes or no? No. Just Frankenstein have averse. He does. Fuck does a mummy sing though at some point. Yes. And he says, we're to your mummy. Okay. A few times where to your daddy, does anyone say the phrase, whatever happened to my Transylvania twist at any time that get said, yeah, whatever happens in the torture. Chambers stays in the torture that said a few times. The, I'm not as good as puns at puns as you are. No, you're not. There's probably I don't think revel in it. I don't think that counts, frankly, but. Okay. Listen to the record. Tell me it doesn't count. I'll guess I'll watch it with the lights on because it sounds so scary to it. You can't watch your record. Schmuck. All right. You can watch it spin on the on the player. That's what I meant. Let's get to. Yeah. What man speaking records. Maybe we do a, we do an amoeba today. I might have worked to do crise sorry, Sunday we can go next weekend. I don't wanna go next today while you were gone also we're hanging. All right. Let's go to. Let's go fun. We'll get some food. We'll go to amoeba. I'm already agreed. Don't push yet. Good. All right folks. We like to talk to you about the two thousand eighteen film Mandy. I'm gonna look at the director's name because if ever director deserved a little shoutout. It's a tough name. It's like Panos Padang coast. It's a his father little movie. Trivia his father directed the film Cobra and several other eighty films. Yes. If you while you look, this guy's name if Cosma tos. Yeah, director was George p Cosma toes who directed Tim stone? Yes, that's his dad, yeah. And if you watched this movie and also is other movie beyond the black rainbow, I think that's what it's called more. So this movie, though you get the feeling that what he was trying to. I got the feeling that what he was trying to create with Mandy was the eighties movie. You wish existed. Yes, it takes place in one thousand nine hundred three. It looks the way every VHS cover of eighties action movie made you think the movie itself was going to look. It's got all the elements of an eighties movie. It's got horror, it's got action. It's got revenge. It's got crazy violence, but it somehow does not. I have to me that like tongue in cheek spoof of the eighties quality that like a drive sort of has in spots. Things that were it's an Oma. This felt like its own thing to like a of that some crazy new ship. I agree. I felt like he was not being cheeky about the yes, I felt like he was saying like. My exact impression was he was like, remember when you saw the box for macabre with Stallone and you thought it was going to be like this, but it wasn't. Here's what what I thought it was going to be like, and you're like, holy shit every everything. Everything's everything's in red green, white. It's it's really beautiful. It's a beautifully shot movie. I would say should win best cinematography I haven't seen anything close and while we're at it, I'd give best actor nNcholas cage. I haven't seen anything that can compare to this performance this year cage is great. Everybody's great cage..

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"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"NewsRadio dot com on the Mandy Connell page. Okay. I gotta thank my friend, Cathy for sending me to this video. I'm just fascinated with this. I couldn't download the ones she sent me on Facebook. But there is a remote Turkish village. And why do you care about this remote? Turkish village. The houses are very very far apart they're upon these hills. And now, it looks lovely by the way. I mean, it really looks like a beautiful place to live, but they don't apparently have phones or communication. So they communicate across the mountains by whistling at each other. And they have a language in their village. They use when using a series of whistles. It's actually quite lovely. I thought it was very nice. I mean, God knows I don't wanna have a conversation with my neighbors. Just getting you guys are listening. I have great neighbors. Vapors? But I just thought that was fascinating. So that's the video of the day today. It is still all about Brad Kavanagh. Now, we have Charles Harrington Elster coming on at three o'clock, and we've already you have questions. Dave, I have questions we all have questions today for Charles Harrington Elster. And so we're going to do that at three if you have a question you'd like to ask, but you cannot call in going send me an Email Mandy at KOA, NewsRadio dot com. And we'll check there, by the way. Just got good news for those of you who are wanting to go on the Mandy Connell. Crews my boss made it even easier to find out information. If you go to the Mandy Connell page on KOA NewsRadio. You click on the Mandy Connell crews. And it takes you right over to the sea. Now, I shouldn't have clicked on it. Here's I just clicked on it. And here's the problem now, I just want to sit look at the beautiful pictures of Greece. Is that so wrong Instagram? Did you look at the pictures? Did you look at it's pretty sad. I'm an intern and can't go, isn't it? Just I just I want to go and I want to wear white. That's on my bucket list. That would be one day just how you're doing with that smaller cruise ship. It looks like so much fun. I went today, and I interviewed a woman I think I'm going to have her on this show to Hazel Hazel is the most remarkable eighty eight year old person I have ever met in my life. And I am not blowing smoke Hazel. Great. Can you do forty push ups? It'd be a stretch nowadays. Hazel can do forty four months in a row. She doesn't know she doesn't do him every day. She started doing forty push ups when she was in her early fifties. Forty pushups forty sit ups and forty deep knee bends in ten minutes. Cardio a day. As thirty minute exercise and Hazel is going with us. She said I'm going on this trip. But I need a cabin mate. She doesn't want to go as a single. So she's trying to get. No. You don't have the money to pay for your part of it grant. Although she probably be lovely to a room with tiller LB workout partner and great companion and cigarette will be her partner in crime increase your basically there to gigolo yourself out for Hazel right to be in Greece with our. Yes, that's good. But you're not gonna wanna miss this. I got an update yesterday we're down to eleven cabins to sell for this. So as I said because there's only forty nine passengers on the whole ship. There's not very many cabins. It's very small. But now, you can just click on that banner and go to the mandycruise and find out more there, but it's just going to be the best vacation ever ever ever. So let's talk about judge cavenaugh, shall I? Because I'm already sick of this story for a multitude of reasons. Not the least of which is it has kicked the rumor mill into overdrive, and we have all these people weighing in. No business weighing in. Don't get me wrong. You guys. Here's the thing. Like, you listen to this show..

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"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Mandy, Connell show is sponsored by bell Pollock accident, injury, lawyers now it's Mandy Connell I'm KOA NewsRadio, and catcher podcast anytime, KOA News Radio dot com NewsRadio. Time line oh eight, Hello everybody how d do oh. You all look, so nice today Okay I might people in smoke if you. Don't look nice today but it's. The radio so, you, don't even know what. I look like I'm wearing my tablecloths shirt today Susan Witkin goes oh I like that shirt and I have to, say immediately Chuck thinks I look like a tablecloth in Italian restaurant and this shirt kinda, do but me I might have to have grant Instagram take a picture. Of the table clash but it's. Very comfortable and I like it and it's forgiving. After vacation I'm just throwing that out there we have a. Lot, of stuff to talk about so why don't we jump right in as we normally do I I'm going to shamelessly beg. You to take just a few moments out of your day to go check out my blog 'cause I got to fantastic videos and I have to think Instagram for, these because I am now pretty sure I want a pet. Beaver and that's not, a euphemism but I also. Know that it's probably not? A good idea you have to really really guard, your trim though did you see. That damage. See, that. Also sounds like? A, euphemism as well but it's not So you'll have to go to the blog and check it out but here, are the headlines when you go to KOA NewsRadio dot com. Click on the Mandy, Connell page at look for. The headline it's transportation Thursday? Click on that and here are the headlines.

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"mandy" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"I can't wait to hear what she and laura talk about well that seems like a good segue to go here what mandy and laura talked about let's listen to that interview i'm here with mandy moore hi mandy thanks so much for being here today lo thanks for having me so i'm so excited to talk a little bit about this is uh this in your career which has been in so many places over the years sure to say the least yes so i think one of the most fascinating things about your evolution over the years is just that you've done so much music acting and then sometimes a mixture of the two i'm wondering what it's like to sort of look at where you've been and to think about where you're still going now i started in this business at fifteen and i'm thirty four now so about to celebrate twenty years of being this crazy industry i i feel incredibly lucky because i think i started out in the business at a time where it wasn't completely it wasn't entirely unheard of but it wasn't typical to sort of make the crossover as a musician or as a pop star i guess as how i for started out into the world of acting and being taken seriously and having some semblance of credibility and longevity and so in that regard i feel really really lucky i never i had asked patients to do everything i wanted to be bette midler i wanted to do broadway tv and movies and make records and going tour and have a family and like just sort of try at all so i i definitely have a ton of gratitude that i'm still kicking today in where did you feel you were careerwise when you first read the script for this as us and i'm just wondering what did you connect with about rebecca what made her seem so appealing i was at sort of this weird lull and low points i think i had done four pilots seasons that had not come to fruition and so i had a tremendous amount of self doubt and i blamed myself i was like well i've worked with all of these remarkable people on each of these respective projects so i must be the ingredient.

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"mandy" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"But nothing changed our perception i think of mandy moore more than this series that abused a couple years ago this is us on nbc now entering its third season and has really been a revelation for her for my miglio's for the the other actors who really had we'd never heard of the of sterling brown at cetera and it has become appointments television for people of families often each and every week to kind of go through an emotional catharsis and maybe it's the show that we need now in these times full of weighty issues and it's it's a bit of an escape in a bit of something that we can all relate to familial level so it feels like the right show for the right time and i think mandy moore is very i know she is very appreciative of the opportunity given that she was considering leaving acting just a few years ago after a string of failed pilots so good for her this was a great chat and she she's delight and was fantastic to chat with so i know you guys are gonna enjoy this amount one as much as i did as always please spread the good word of happy second fused if you're enjoying this podcast why not share it with your friends and family and others and one of the best ways to do that is simply to go and tunes review the podcast rate the podcast and subscribe of course all that stuff adds up and and spreads the good word of the show that is true labor of love for me i hope you guys enjoy it as much as i enjoy putting it out there anyway let's get on with the main event mandy moore star of this is us guys enjoyed as much as i.

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"mandy" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Today on happy second fused mandy moore on making everybody cry week after week on this hey guys i'm josh horowitz doesn't make me cry i'm fine i'm totally now no tears in this conversation with mandy moore who my god if anybody had a name built for for pop culture success it's mandy moore i mean you don't you know many more isn't your dentist mandy moore is a pop star in actress that makes sense we cover it all in this conversation this week i'd never ever spoken to mandy moore before i'm going to stop calling her mandy moore just going to say mandy for the purposes of the rest of this intro okay i'd never spoken to mandy before we're close now i can say just mandy but she was she was great really a good head on her shoulders and a great perspective on career full of ups and downs and certainly hit it big in a quick way when she thinks she was fifteen when she kind of went from being the national anthem girl back home in florida to opening for instinct on the road and suddenly she's on trl and all these crazy things and being positioned along side the likes of britney and christina and she's very frank and talking about how like she didn't feel she necessarily compared to them like she never she never had the huge successes that those other popstars had and she also is frank about sanctioning left the music she was making back then so it took her awhile to find her way acting came some successes like the princess diaries a walk to remember and some things that weren't so successful certainly tangled was a big moment for her and continues to be she's continues the voice that character in an animated series but.

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"mandy" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Getting read this let me know if you decide to do this so i can be caller number one that day thanks thanks jeez red next stop is mandy mandy says andrew you guys crack me up almost ran my car off the road several times yesterday listen to you guys but especially during my especially during the catheter parts you make my day keep it up you know that's a good point that is actually a question that i can't answer because i have no idea we haven't heard from him he's he called the i don't know like a month ago that's been it has been a while but we weren't getting to his calls quick enough and he hung up so right next steven steven says loved the show man here's some good pickup blinds i wanted to call in with yesterday but couldn't get through oh great baby girl are you a trucker 'cause i'm going to need you to back that thing up is it hot in here or is that the devil on your shoulder you're likable heck skittle 'cause i wanna taste the rainbow and never go back.

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"mandy" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on Channel 955

"Mandy lenses please title i was on we needed walk down the same strong we needed looted told me the good old days now.

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