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"Jeopardy!" will resume production with a new interim host
"So when was that you guys were talking about who should host jeopardy and you thought it should be who Coop Right, and I like I like Anderson Cooper, Greg wanted Tony Danza, Anderson, Cooper and Melissa Melissa had, said Ken Jennings. I have some news for you. Jeopardy. And now on scene, they will resume production on November 30th with the Syriza of interim guest host. Yes. Starting with Can genes. Additional host will be announced later. Let me Melissa's the leader in the club. Yes, yes.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"That's that's pretty much what it was for me I just want all the information and I'm in love with you I wanna know everything about you know your boyfriend from the first grade okay I like I do I want to know when was your first I am in Allentown C. and I operates from where it's like if it didn't happen your time it does not matter you keeping secrets from I'm just being honest I just say just checking your temperature when it comes to a lot of issues I don't I don't believe you but I will say yeah it is I will say this I will say this is about saving you from embarrassment by could you can't dictate how people act and when people feel like they got one over you like a lot of data would listen to what I've been with them before the election you can remove the there was so how old were you when you got into your current relations adds any eight and you done that my fine right so when someone comes in with a lot of obviously you're twenty eight I met my husband at thirty three thirty and we're got married at thirty six my point is is if somebody comes and says I've been with him what is more about the trust that you're building in your relationship and the fact that the person that I think I'm in love with is the exactly that person and I want to I want to know where your birth marks are I want to know your fellow yes I don't want to you know record credit score and read Melissa Melissa it's like another analogy for Melissa it's like when you go get a car right we try private property you want to know the previous tech car facts I want to know if you've been in an accident so when I did a book that will eight one eight five two zero one zero five nine is the number this is the phone lines going crazy because I feel like everyone has been in this situation I'll have to now I have to not have my heart broke that when I talk about a month last it lasted with them do you talk about it back about a she said she plans so D. six.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on Safe For Work
"Okay everyone it's time for a safer work favourite where you're in a world of lane corporate jargon and business speak we take a few minutes to grind to each other about it. I feel like I should have a horror movie. Scream Rico that I can't pull that off really it's just coming for Lingo Bingo. I don't know actually WanNa hear you try to do the harvey scream sometimes. Anti Gosh. There's our engineer mission having way too much fun. That's one of our rules. There's no such thing as having too much find on. It were great. I think that is true. Here is some Lingo Bingo suggestions from our Listener Melissa Melissa writes first of all cadence. A Ha- anything that has or in most cases should have an intentional pattern. For example marketing will determine the cadence of emails to prospects becks. Melissa I am so with you on this one. Thank goodness someone finally brought this up because I think cadence everybody says it now Rica cadence of your. I always ask my civil volt. What did we used to say before? Somebody invented cadence for the first time it was like well. What's the schedule? Or what's what's the rhythm rhythm. I kind of like cadence though. That's got especially if you're trying to rally the troops that has a kind of military The old to it as maybe I'm thinking of Cadet but isn't there also so something like a cadence and military cadence musical to the extent that it's interesting sort of has a musical sound to it but don't you wonder who's who's the first person who said cadence I like you said now I'm not gonna say we're them I'M GONNA say schedule in the normal people say say cadence. If if you're asking me then I think it was the guy from who played the drill sergeant and full metal jacket. He was the first one today if you ask you. Maybe it's the person who like ledger. Church choir I have no idea. You're marching band. Somebody did it and I guess we have well. I don't know I like kid so that person should be faint. You think that they should be what slapped upped. I'm no I'm just no just recognized for having created a fresh piece of business jargon all right. That's all maybe the the jargon hall of fame that's the first person who said cadence goes into the jargon hall of fame so you're indicating sue don't dislike it. I don't dislike it okay. You're with me. I understand why Melissa raises the issue. Alright because it came out of nowhere the fair enough. Here's another one. She gave us dotted lines acute way of saying that our supervisor is not the only one who can tell our team what to do. For example you all have a dotted line to the dean I think that's okay Because it's helping me visualize how this thing works. It's obviously it's in reference to those kind of blueprints that you get of corporate hierarchy or something. Yeah right yeah it is jargon though you gotTa admit it's like not a real thing in the real world but it does help you understand one of those business things that you need to kind of embrace the ambiguity of how Structures actually work. You know you have no idea how they work so sidelines all over the place. But I'm saying I think Melissa thinking she doesn't like them she wants us to diss on them and so far. I'm not with you Melissa. Okay because you can't think of an alternative to dotted line. The probably is but I just got another no problem with. He's got no problem with it. Melissa sorry sorry is and here's the number three which I also don't have a problem with the optics the optics the way things look for example we know the optics are horrible but the storage room is really the only office space. We can give our new colleague I I have no problem with optics. I don't. I don't really know why it could be because I wear extremely thick glasses. So I think of of those is my my spectacles and optics optician. I don't know it's all part of the same world of glasses. I am very attached. But that's very deep. But why can't we just say. Why can't we just say I know it looks bad but again? That's what we used to say. We used to say I'm you'll expand to put someone in a closet but we gotta do that. Yeah but I don't know optics makes it sound kind of like a like it's being managed in some more specialized specialized kind of wet to me. Maybe it's that it feels like it's being scrutinized. This doesn't this won't if somebody really pays attention to this. It's not gonNA look good to them it's going to it's it's more than just looking bad. It's like they're looking at it really own That's like looking at a bug under a magnifying glass. Or something see I take it the other way. I feel like when you describe it as just the the optics you're sort of dismissing the reality of it which is someone sitting in a storage room so it's not an optics issue it's a reality issue. That's it it's dehumanize what's really happening here. We are dehumanizing someone. It's not just that it looks bad is that.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari
"Relatable Melissa's cupcakes Melissa Melissa. So they expand Melissa Melissa. Melissa this is so relatable First of all I just want to commend you. First of all on being in therapy I think that is a huge step. I also want to reiterate. We are supplement to therapy away. I mean imagine listened the podcast and they are the Arab supplement to therapy. I was a detriment to who therapists with us Baby when you meet you're gonNA need to service. I also think you should give yourself some credit because you communicated mutated with your friends about the way they made you feel and seemed to have a really productive conversation. You're allowed to still have negative feelings about the way that that experience went but it sounds like you handled it in a productive and healthy way. I just want to encourage you to keep doing that. And I think there's this fear at least for me that if you express the negative feelings and the friends will go away but I think you just saw that with these friends that you did it and it went well and I will say so. I'm also someone who my love languages gifts and giving and things which people make fun of me for. I don't know if you guys are familiar with the love languages you know. It's like active service whole like words of encouragement Blah Blah Blah. And people are like who's who's lovling which is Gibson it's actually Mine I'm incredible. It's secret Santa I I pay and especially now. I'm in a place in my career where I've never had money growing up and I've never like I. It is a true it brings me a lot of joy to be able to just like take care of my friends in totally ways by giving them stuff I strove for a long time with like needing like thank you for that because sometimes I don't and but it's it's also like I had one thing that my therapist taught me to to sort of like the way we show you're lovling which with someone else is not necessarily how they're we're going to return it And so I I'd say you sound. She sounds a baked by Melissa. Sounds like a pretty self aware person pretty assertive person to be able to like voice. The friends who stayed with you were Shitty to you. It was a big deal person which I've ever been able to do great. It's great that you can do that But I would look for like maybe just like pause and really turnover in your head and see who's paying you back in the different ways like who's who's touching you who's giving you. WHO's texting you? You know like find the way like maybe they're not showing you the affection in the way that you're showing them the affection but maybe it's different and it's also like just I sometimes have have to remind myself that. Like people have their own shit so the times in which. I'm in an unspoken way like I'm not voicing this but I'm hoping for affection someone else might be experiencing variance saying time in their life so people might not be in a place to give you affection. When you're hoping that the lake somehow know that you need so voicing your needs when you have have them too it's like I think a lot of being a people pleaser is not saying what you need so reach out to your friends in if you WanNa make plans if you want if you need something something from them like a hopefully your friends will be available to you in the ways that you need them if they are able to do so so I think one thing I have to do is really check check in on if I'm actually expressing the needs that I have that I think other people should just implicitly stand? Yeah and maybe your cookies aren't shit you're fucking baked goods. Maybe they fucking suck in your. They're making all your friends sick and the reason they are actually thinking about. You're not an afterthought they're actually getting together in groups in there saying what the fuck is she putting in these cookies. It's given me the runs. Yeah did you ever consider moving your friends diarrhea. Yeah Jim your friends. All skidmarks skidmarks by a skid mark. Friends don't give friends diarrhea..
Pregnant women seeking asylum in peril after 'remain in Mexico' policy
"Go for Melissa cooking. A hot meal for her family has become a rare pleasure. She's five months pregnant and cravings are kicking in but goes on Gomorrah also that'll isn't ninety NATO but whatever it's a traditional Honduran meal cooked on a stove made from the mud around though it reminder just how far she is from high that at all but again bobby may Mama's family young no Melissa Sir her husband Armando and their nine year old daughter. who asked us not to use their real names? Say they've had no choice but to spend the last three months living in this squalid camp. Tam a stone's throw from the United States settlement with them. He obvious attend Mouna. Feel the more mature. Amy Palos having three We've been on the ground for more than a year charting the human toll all of a change in immigration system. Tonight we take you inside the asylum debate. With top trump administration official a whistle blower who quit in protest and those fighting for thousands of people stuck at the border in less than one year. A new immigration policy called migrant grip protection protocols has pushed sixty thousand asylum seekers to remain in Mexico leaving them vulnerable often in dangerous areas in this sprawling camp. Fifteen hundred just one of several that have popped up along. The southern border. Melissa was told that living here was endangering during her pregnancy etc and working fix in fix that Obama and Huckabee billion but she she is one of eighteen pregnant women named in a complaint filed by the Aclu against the Department of Homeland Security particularly dangerous for pregnant women Rochelle Garza Arza is a lawyer with the ACLU. Most of these women are living on the streets. They don't have access to adequate food. Water Medical Care Melissa Melissa says back in Honduras her husband are Mondo was doing well as a waiter but when he was beaten and targeted by gangs they knew they had to run Nogi Seattle necessity not available. That's how they will be played ice eleven. I said NATO your lives were threatening to. They fled with just a little cash and three duffle bags and when they arrived on the Texas border they asked for asylum which is their legal right in the past they would have been allowed to stay in the US and wait for a hearing instead. US immigration officials gave them a court date and sent them back to wait in Mexico. So anyone who got
Female humanitarians sacrifice a lot to help others, insists top UN official
"This is matt wells u._n. News well the work of female humanitarian is hugely important and often comes at significant personal cost. That's according into melissa fleming currently the communications chief for refugee agency u._n._h._c._r. but soon to take up her new post as head of global communications at the u._n. Who's been speaking talking to you and uses daniel johnson at a special world humanitarian day event in geneva. I i will hear from adiba cassim who was also at the event. She survived an eyesore missile massacre in iraq in two thousand fourteen that claimed the lives of seventy family members despite the trauma she refuses to see herself as a victim and is now a human human rights advocates. I always refusing to be a victim. I always wanted to act. I always wanted to be there for the others because as i mentioned we have so many victims and i think we need leaders. I now know more victims. This is what i'm saying always so but then he being in europe. I think people don't understand i think people are you know. They don't understand what the woman any other countries are going through. So what i'm doing here is to make them understand is to push him always to shake them to understand what is happening with the other woman and to stand with him. That's that's very important me when i was in iraq in this situation i wanted. I want to someone hilton from somebody else to come on to to just to support me to stand with me to do something even if small you're smiling but are you really seeing action on the level. Obviously everyone's very impatient. I always smile. I've been always positive and you know why because i lost everything and in a moment i just that i have no more to lose. Maybe i could just turn over to melissa melissa fleming. You'll with the refugee. Agency also the newly appointed head of <hes> depa- i'm to global communications. You've got twenty five years of experience. I don't need to remind you today's world humanitarian day. What is it that women particularly bring to the humanitarian sphere well. All of the victims of war are women and sometimes it's most depending on the war and it's a particular victimization that women go through awesome rape as a weapon of war rampant and we need women humanitarian who will provide that kind of trusted space for those women who managed to escape in order to recover you know i can't say that the women humanitarian i know are more dedicated than the men humanitarian i know. I think they're all remarkable. Human beings who sacrifice a lot for the cause of humanity but the women <hes> some how often i believe sacrificed actress more because first of all when they go to war zones. They are unable to take their children with them. Society icty judges them for that. They don't judge the men for doing that. They're very often juggling. Both the families back home. The children are being taken care of by someone else. They're worrying in constantly and yet they're continuing to serve so in a way you know until we have the real true equality where women and men are adjudged the same way. I think it will be more difficult for women in this profession but i think one advantage that women do have is in the field of mental health <hes>. This is just my assumption anecdotally. I think they're more in touch when they're traumatized and are more willing to seek help.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"A wise man all day long running ads day my handle a man john moran then listen to one of their free lifestyle do is always watching watching ello everyone and welcome to be a big brother twenty one round table podcast it's her first week of the season this is the podcast where we break down everything from the feeds roaster and i'm strong and with me today is melissa melissa i'm good i have not in my normal location 'em they move this weekend so this weekend was eight not a great weekend have the first weekend of feeds a because i kept trying to a checked out they figure out what's going on but it wasn't able to fully devote all my time and energy on saturday to is an so i would hurry at disappointed but i've been catching up and doing everything and i'm i'm very excited to talk about this that he can you know it's been an interesting start that's for sure interesting is a good word for it also joining us tonight is of course a brand tightened brent i'm wonderful thank you for asking i have recovered from are morning update today if you haven't seen that it was one of my old timers lays down a thanks deterrent screen shots have been going after killing her around like they're alive chai already means on reddit already in the car and the discord that i have for my channel that's great awesome i love your your new set up all the natural light coming in makes you look so warm and fun and a i love i love it it's great well thank you this is not probably not giving my permanent at home for.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"This your host herb Cohen with my co hosts Shirley Maori from hurts back and Brian Jefferson from Kresa John can you give us a rundown and who we have on the air today. Please share we've got Chris Marquez CEO of national capital contracting. Are second guest is Alan Roberts, managing partner of lips. Roberts and Marquez. Our third guest is saying CEO and founder of churn zero. And our last guest is David Stillman CEO of executive vision excellence Geffner, I guess Chris CEO of DeShaun capital contracting. Chris what is national capital contracting? We're a federal government contracting firm about one hundred professionals, and we do unified communications and information management. Give me that again. What's that sounds pretty complicated? What are you doing there? Basically what we do is help the federal government communicate with each other. And with the citizens of the country, John. How many brothers and sisters? Do you have? I have one sister an older sister, Melissa Melissa's influence on you. She was fantastic growing up. She really, my my parents didn't have advanced education. And so even from as young as seven or eight years old. She would always be helping me with my homework and making sure that I did my homework work, right? And one of the big things was helping me really be concise and meaningful with writing. So anytime I had a writing assignment. My sister was an awesome writer, and she would look over my work and helped me make it better. How did you use the example in pay it forward with other kids? Well with other kids at that time. You know, what I really ended up learning from her was the value of helping other people. So there were other kids at school that sometimes were picked on by other people, and what I would end up doing is being one of the people who would protect those children. And so I think my sister had that same feeling and helped me out when I needed help. And she became a lawyer later in life. About your mom. My mom is an interesting story. She's an immigrant from Korea. And she actually grew up in Korea during the war, and she won't talk about a lot of those experiences directly. But from the small amount that I've been able to get from her, and then more really from my dad and some other relatives, it was definitely one of those situations where she was running away from incoming North Korean bombers that were bombing towns and villages and all of the folks were refugees were streaming southward to try and get to the American lines. So what what traits? Did you pick up from your mom? I think one of the biggest traits that I picked up from my mom is the ability to just persevere and keep pushing and work. No matter what obstacles are in your way. How does that show up today at NC? I think there's a certain amount of almost delusion needs sometimes to start and run a business and be successful and continue growing at the obstacles are huge, and they're hard and you. Really have to have the belief that no matter what I've got a vision. And I'm going to be able to achieve that vision and any obstacle that gets in your way, you're going to get beyond Shirley. What did your dad do for a living? He did all kinds of things. So he was constantly working. He always had a forty hour week job because you got married young and had kids young. So he was concerned to make sure that there was always a steady paycheck to bring food to the table. But then in his part time, he ran two or three other businesses. He had a TV repair business. He ran a food wholesale business. And he also ran a far market at the Bethesda women's community for market. What effect would you say he had on you? I think there's a lot of the same things that my mom had in terms of perseverance. But the other thing is he was a consummate salesperson and had the street smarts for business. The guy could sell anything. There was a point in his life. When he was selling encyclopedias in southeast Washington DC just going house to house late at night and selling this product all those folks. So watching him be successful at that. Roy Chris I understand that you were famous as a kid. What did you learn from then to make you so successful famous? Well, I did a lot of things in in acting. So I was on a television news program for kids called news bag on channel five here. The local FOX affiliate, and I was on a show called bumble bunkers up in Baltimore, Maryland, where over Winfrey was actually at the time. And then one of the coolest things I did was I was one of the princes with Yul Brenner in the king. And I at the theater, and I think what did you learn from all of his anything to do about building a business? Well, I think part of it is the teamwork and everything that goes into running one of those large productions with lots of different moving parts. But the second piece that was really. Formative for me was the ability to get up in front of people and talk and not be self conscious or uncomfortable with what I was saying. I understand when you were you were serving you started earning money at a young age. What were you doing there in money when you were selling? Well, I mentioned earlier that my dad, and my mom actually ran a farm stand in the Bethesda women's committee far market. So from the age of seven we would get up or I would get up at four o'clock in the mornings, and we would load up the car and go out to the store and sell a lot of products. We sold quiches cheeses breads are really stunk seventy eight years old and you have to get up at four in the morning. It's cold. It was not what I wanted to do in wintertime was horrible. Because there wasn't a lot of heating in the building. So wh what did you what did you end up doing? Well, when I ended up doing it wasn't one of these things where I just shuffled things around. I actually was selling product to the customers, and I would sort of eight years old at seven or eight Lebel my dad had sort of developed all these little spiel and he's a great salesman because he relates to people in genuinely cares about their needs. And so he would have these little sales spills, and I would kind of mimic what he was saying. And I remember one specifically was about the quiches which was a big product that we sold, and you would say to the customer, you should really take this quiche Lorraine home. You know, get a little side salad. Get a little glass of white wine. Go get your wife and sit in front of the fire and wallah that's your night. So you're telling this your seven year old kids saying this to adults and the and the the adults would would laugh and buy the products. Would you learn from that about building a business? Again, what I learned from. My dad is really caring about your customers in what they want. And I would talk to those customers and try to understand what it was that. They were, you know, wanting to you know, how could I give them a service or a product that they really wanted to take home and enjoy you mentioned that one point in time in your life. You were playing the piano. Why why the well I'm half Asian? My mom is Korean as I mentioned. And it is definitely she's, you know, the prototypical tiger mom. So if I had it to today, I probably play guitar, but at the time, my options were violent or piano. What was the what was the upside of learning piano? When you look back on it. I think you know, it's funny as we're talking here today a lot of the lessons that we're talking about kind of converged around what I'm doing. But it is that thing where you take something into it over and over and over again until your perfect and one of the scariest things about playing piano, especially when you go to competitions and play in front of large audiences and orchestras is your solo on the piano. And you don't wanna make a mistake. When you make a mistake. It is very noticeable. And it's extremely embarrassing. So you practice until you can do it and get it. Right. John. What do you think that kind of intense focus as a starting at seven eight nine hundred eleven twelve years old, piano, competitions and acting. How does that show up today at NC see? I think all of those foreign of experiences in my life, really led me to want to start my own business. I don't like working for someone else. I like I feel as though I have the ability to drive things forward. I feel as though I can create an environment which is good not just for me. But for my employees as well. I know that I truly care about my customers, and I know that I truly care and want to steward, my employees. And so all of those things together have really led to me putting together successful business. So creativity comes from being a musician. How does that apply in the business world? You know, it's interesting that you say that and we'd like to hire people that have musical backgrounds because what we have found is that. Yes, they can do the wrote over and over again when necessary, but there's always an aspect of creativity that comes along with it. You have to be willing to break the mold to some degree. And so I think you know, that little trill that you can do that's not on the paper is something that adds something to your business and allows you to get outside the lines enough to be innovative. What's the next mold? You're going to break. Oh, wow. The next morning. I'm gonna break. Well, you know, I'm not one of these people that thinks that I'm going to be working in a business forever. What I really would like to do is at some point step aside from that and have the opportunity to do more things in the community and really focus on that as well as travel. I thought the idea was to make a lot of money and then go live in Florida by a big boat get involved with the community. What are you talking about? I mean, I think money is something that's important. But for me, I have sort of a bar. I want to get to that allows me to have the freedom. It's really it's never been about money for me. It's really been about having financial independence. So that I can do things that I think are more valuable my wife, and I are very concerned about the community and the things that are going on in the country right now, and we'd like to be more involved lower. Like what what are you talking about? What are you concerned about? Well, I think that there's a lot of strife and conflict that's going on right now. And I actually do see myself even going back to who. I was as a younger child as someone who can really help protect folks, you know, you look at my mom, and my dad's situation growing up and really helping to protect people give them a voice and have people understand who they are as people. So that they can sympathize with them empathize with them. Earn enough money. So you can go do again what you were doing as a kid protecting other kids, I guess on some level. That's true. One of the things I'd really like to do is give back to the Hispanic and Asian communities by helping out with education for those communities. Your mama was your mom where your success she's aware of your office. She has been to the audience and she felt walking into your office of one hundred people. So it's really interesting. My mom will go into the office. You can see the eyes go wide. And then she'll say Chris did you win a contract today? There we go. What's more, Chris? What's the website address for national couple contracting NC site dot com? Let me have that one more time please NC site SAT dot com with Chris hero executive leaders radio. Leisurely radio dot com. More better executive. We'll be back in a.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on The Friend Zone
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"melissa melissa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Welcome to the big brother two thousand eighteen end of the year round up wrap up retrospective. I'm still not entirely sure. In the naming convention of these podcasts, but we are going to take a look at the whole year of two thousand eighteen in big, brother. And I'm your host turn Armstrong with me today is Brian welcome on brand. I think you should just call it. This is your life tearing Armstrong. Year in the life of Taron Armstrong is this. I don't think I would be lying. I'm just saying. Yeah. Also with us is Melissa Melissa. I'm great as I was preparing for this. I realized that I have a really terrible memory. 'cause I was like struggling to remember all this stuff that I literally talked about like and was my life all year long. And now, I'm just like what happened in celebrity big, brother. Did that happen this year? So yeah, it was it was a pretty interesting time trying to go back through and be like, oh my God that was this year. So very oh. It was like a lot of it was like, wait. We did that we did that podcast this year. Like like we did. I think the heroes versus villains podcast this year. I don't know. I just feel like it couldn't have been all in two thousand eighteen there's been way too much top just so wild way too much or not enough because I can never get enough. Big brother, unless it's big brother OTT in which case, I can get enough of it. So we are here to talk about all of the big brother's this season. So that includes of course, celebrity big brother that we saw in January. I believe it started. And then big brother candidates six which happened in the spring and then winter spring. And big brother twenty which happened in the summer. If you have not seen all of these seasons. There will of course, be a plethora of spoilers here. If you don't plan on seeing them, then that's fine. If you do then you might wanna wait on this one because we're going to be talking about it a lot. And it's very important. I released a survey on Twitter using survey monkey instead of Google form survey thing, which means you don't need to sign into Google in order to take it, which is very nice. Also, it has other cool options, which I thought was fun. But anyway, I really survey for the whole year lots of questions we did big brother superlatives asked to the best players are which season was the best which winner is the best. Who are we going to see again who are your favorites all kinds of fun questions? So we're going to go through the results of the survey as well. As talk about our own answers to these questions talk about the best moments from the year, the worst the moments of the year, and so on and so forth. We will also look forward into the. Future at the year to come where we've got celebrity big brother season, two the candidates seven and then eventually somewhere in the future. We'd both twenty one. Yeah. Thank citing year coming up..
"melissa melissa" Discussed on Everyday Meeple
"So it's fun for that. Yeah. Once once or twice, and I really like the game. I was really hoping we're gonna play because you did send this scenario to St.. Even I read through the setup all summer yet. And I was like, wow. Just sounds awesome. Like, the whole dual timelines thing. I thought I I'm really curious to see how that all works out. So we do I really hope we're going to be able to pull it off hate hopefully sometime in November. Yeah. I do recommend for people who like betrayal like lovecraft seem maybe don't like some of the and I haven't played Arkham horror ELS restore from when I got there. Pretty heavy games both in rules mechanics and setup if you know if you're not ready for that plunge into heavy game mansions somewhere in between where the legwork stunned for you with the app and experiences still there. I think kind of divide a lot of people don't love it compared to Arkham horror and detoro 'cause they like different on. I think they are there different games for sure I remember lump for you guys, a friend showed up to my places Johns with Arkham horror, and we spent two hour setting up in describing all the rules. And then we decided to play like Catan. It was just it was just. It was just so overwhelming. And and just just the jump from that from when I the first game. I think we've already mentioned before I came I ever played with you guys was elder sign and just not one step down. I did. Well, and I actually I did pull it elder son. And I play so again failed or sign, you know, Tobin. I think you guys got together and play group game as well. Steve had to go home. We played with we're gonna play with eight and Stephen Susannah goals six and we haven't played in a long time. And we're playing with some people who. Some I don't know. I think everybody played before. But like Sarah hadn't played since the first time we got the game. And like Melissa had played that first time. But I don't think he'd played since my Melissa Melissa Melissa, Melissa. My don't on Melissa..
"melissa melissa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Ginger. I didn't know there was a mother ginger, and you won't want to after this. Good cure nightly MacKenzie. Foy Morgan Freeman Helen Mirren yet. Big names. It's busy. Yeah. Right. I mean, that's a big honking deal. So it's wrong. What was the what was the the Disney film about the mother, Melissa, Melissa? Sent remember that one with what's her name? I Charlotte's thrown. Angelina Jolie, the one that adopts the kids it was very dark and a lot of people walked away from going didn't have that Disney. Magic to it. This is the same thing. Dark dark version of the nutcracker while while the costumes and the sets are very big and over the top and oh, wow. It is a disjointed story. It's not it's far from what you think of as the classic nutcracker holiday movie. And it just I would say this, and I it's a high bar. I will acknowledge this. It doesn't have any of the Disney magic in it. This is hardly going to go down as a classic. It's disappointing. I was disappointed almost from start to finish. Where even like, you know, the the music is at room again. Well, again, this dark kind of a a vibe to a movie, and it's just not what I was expecting. I think they tried to do kind of fresh take on the nutcracker. Let's turn it on its head. And instead. Wait for the Grinch. The nutcracker and the four realms on the one to five scale. I gave it a dose to write a two. That's not good. No. The other movie is an pretty highly anticipated. I think for a lot of people lot of fans, maybe of the rock band Queen. This one's called bohemian rhapsody. Designing more. Do you need to know? I make music. I want to give the audience a song that they can perform. Larry. And fired up brew. So.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In which this person found out. I think I know I'm going to go to one more cars. Okay. Violeta. Don't wanna do it for you. All right. Let's go to bar Bart online five on seven twenty WGN. Can you hear me? Can you hear me? All right. What's your guests? How did he catch catch? Her husband cheating. Newspaper newspaper not a newspaper, but we're right on this whole school, right? That'd be the old way of doing. Hey, barb. Thanks for the guest. We appreciate it. No. It wasn't through an old furniture. Let's go to Melissa Melissa your on seven twenty WGN. Hey, melissa. How? Maps for similar pitches factor picture on the satellite. Congratulations. Google maps. You got one part of it. He wasn't trying to take his dinner out for a romantic dinner. I don't believe he was just looking for a new route somewhere. He was scrawled Google maps. And yes, he was checking out the view kinda, you know, you can drag it down and see what the view street view, and he came across the photo of the women are the faces are blurred out. But he clearly knew that it was his wife, and there was another man that was not him laying on top of her on a park bench in Peru. So if you're out there messing around gotta be careful gotta be careful beliefs. Do you? Do you follow Google maps, Melissa? It is weird. My old boss pictures can really. He he was with someone that he shouldn't. He wasn't with someone. You should have been with. Okay. So congratulations. You're gonna win are.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"All right now want to get away get away and bring my listening to the neighborhoods. He was going down with Melissa. Milissa? Now, this is what I want you to do. I want you to hold down for a second. Because Natalia I really want you to get into twenty get away moment that you brought up his morning, please. And we all got caught up in some kind of want to get away. Yeah. So this was like a story that was viral onto on Twitter where this student who's in college right now she had to submit a paper to her professor. And I guess she forgot what the professor's name west. So she so where she had to put his name. She is kind of like a nickname really quickly. And she was like all like probably thought I'll figure it out. And then all change it out before I send it to him. He had to know who the professor was though. Saudi older she liked yelich. She just forgot what his name was. I guess she just started. You know that it's like. First semester with them. So when she acts she's forgets to replace the name submits it and then realizes that the nickname was still on there. And she even sent to note you like afterwards. She was like, I'm so sorry. Like, I forgot your name. And so it's like not on there. And he was like, oh, no big deal. But then he sees the nickname that she put for it said, professor. What's his nuts? She could have put professor what's his name? Dan. Exactly. Yeah. But like it also could have been a lot worse. But she definitely was probably like now I'm going to be the student that what? Professor what's his? And I wonder if professor what's his nets? I wonder if he takes that light personally. Throughout the throughout the whole semester. Take it lightly like, Casey. May terms. They are you know, I it was. But when you know, you've done something you wish that you could. And that's really one of those wanna get away. You know, what I'm saying like because you and you've seen people do like those little quick thing that they put on like a receipt or they're put on like a Starbucks knee. And he's just some of the worst man wanna get away. Y'all hit us up six two four six eight nine to three minimum bring Melissa Melissa. Hello. Hello. Hello. There. Melissa, melissa. Do you have a getaway moment? Yes. Can I hear yours, Melissa? Are you going to hold it to yourself? I don't know. I want to go to a wide. Okay there. It is right now. She's coming..
Melissa Seaman- Following the Universe with Strategy
"Coming up today on the nice guys on business. I think that we all have genius at flows through us when we're when we're open and we're ready and we're staying in that flow state. Surely the can't be serious. They are, but don't call them Shirley. Meet an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now here all your host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner. We're going to take a little bit of a walk on the woo side today. That's actually how I started my intro for you, and I'm like exactly, but I'm okay with starting a little bit on the Woodside see guy community. Melissa semen was interested me about a year ago and let me say this. She's fucking legit. Okay. I know. I know. I know. I know. I know we have some nonbelievers in our community, and I would have to say that. So recently I was probably I was probably one of them, but and then I realized the universe works in some serious fucked up mysterious ways and Melissa's gonna share at just spent about five minutes talking to her about all of the of the mysterious ways. The universe actually comes collectively to you, and I know you're going to get into his also some Melissa's about to share with our funky bands, the ways in which those ways those mysterious ways can actually come to life. But everything about Wu is what Melissa, at least in the beginning. I thought she was not. I mean, reading your bio and then getting to be a friend of hers and then getting understand it a little bit. She's af Stanford educated lawyer, business strategist, and. Leaders leader and dumb. She's gonna, discuss this thing called your soul gift. And again, if there's anybody out there, I want you just that does not believe or even if you do believe, just fuck you for just one second. Okay. Just to sit back for just a minute, just roll down your window of skepticism, just enough so that these next fifteen twenty minutes that than I are gonna talk will allow some bit of of of, I guess, knowledge let it bake in for just a moment. I'm gonna talk about Melissa's going to talk about what a soul gift is what your soul gift is, what your genius is. Stay tuned. She's here. She's gotta get forty at the end of his episode. Also what that was like. One of the most fucked up enter introductions, but you know, Melissa, you're so much more worthy of that. I could hit stop right now and do it all over again, but I don't think we want to. I think we should just roll or anything yet channelling baby channel. Okay. Well, let's start there because actually that was my first question I had written down is like, what am I gonna talk to Melissa about? I know I've had you on our Biswas podcast or we have had some conversations and I took your your soul gift challenge and we're gonna share with people how they can do that too, but what is challenging channeling? What a challenging, what is channeling? Can we start there to begin with challenging about are challenging right now? You know. I like you say, I'm an ex lawyer write a recovering lawyer, and I work with a lot of professionals late. I work with Silicon Valley executives. They work with company founders and and so for me like the whole woo thing at first when I got going with the wou I was now is not so much for it. But where I'm at now is we can put the stuff to work for us and it can support the bottom line. It can make stuff clearer. So the big challenge, I would say with channeling as people think it's something weird truth is the most brilliant company founders innovators, high end professional people that I work with, they are following their gut. They are getting into their flow state. They are following, you know, that sort of mysterious intelligence that moves through them without thinking too hard. Yeah. I look at the that voice that inner. The voice, and I just say, how can it not be? How could that not be something like channeling? If it's not if we don't call it channeling on our side, if we call it our inner genius, if we call it that gut instinct, we call them in that inside voice that whatever it is that you call it nice guy community. You can call channeling. You can call it your inner voice, whatever the fuck you call it, it just know that it's it's not just a blank stare stare staring at you. This is actually an energy force it's coming through you. Well, yeah, I only have to convince anybody anything because I just ask a couple questions like, you know, have you had that moment where you're standing in the shower and you finally unwind, and then suddenly that problem you've been noodling on for days the answer just downloads like, ooh, where the heck did that come from? And it might be an answer that you wouldn't have even thought of. It might be an idea that when people say, how'd you get that idea? You shrug and think, I don't think it is my idea. I don't know where it came from and I would say, well, that's that. That's what I'm pointing to is the fact that we're all. These, you know, on a good day, I think we're kind of empty hoses that we allow something really great to come
"melissa melissa" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Sixty two hundred three. Zero three four two nine sixty two hundred Melissa we're gonna take other calls. And we're working behind the. Scenes on this okay but I just need to get the. Structure correct The power of attorney you take care of a woman the, woman you took care of the woman the client the one. You actually help. In and out. Of bed and all of that that is your client right but you get your paycheck from, public partnerships right but the one who fired you was the client the client said. But I don't understand this if public partnerships sends you and this dude to, her, house like who sent you. In. This guy to her house she didn't say hey come along and bring. Carl, I mean who sent you in this guy. Along Melissa and, is the daughter yes but the but the Melissa wait, a minute but, Melissa, is really just the daughter. Of the, clients she's just helping her mom out Authorized Representative of my client I understand. That she's helping your mom she has a power, of attorney that that's okay but she's? Not. Public. Partners of Colorado no okay She's not public partners of Colorado. Okay. Who is public partners of Colorado those. Are the ones who fire you I mean public, partnerships didn't say they're not gonna use? Anymore. Right Anything no but do public. Partner send, you out on jobs how did you get this. Job Well actually a friend yes we are in a small? Town right when there's job openings I. Mean. You? Find. Out how, did, you find, the job how did you. Find. My. Friend's sister new Melissa, okay Melissa says hey Melissa says basically my mom needs help. Yes okay but but then Melissa Melissa is, not. Paying, you or her mom's not paying you this public partnership, is, paying you right well okay well then when when you, went. And saw Melissa arches me yeah Melissa when you? Went to see your Melissa right Right I'm Melissa and she's Melissa too Yes. We. Have to do. An employment packet okay pass a background I get it when, you went to see her and said I'd like, the job taking care of your mom. Then, somehow. Public partnerships. Took you on right right AB come her employer of record became they became your employer and they are the ones that did all. Of. The HR stuff for the. Client right so high pick public partners. Melissa, did. Right or. The client did right I I believe the client did So so the client picked public partnerships to manage this? Thing, and public partnerships approved you Right and public partnerships issues your. Paycheck Correct okay so, you are an, employee but, public. Partnerships, they didn't fire you know okay. Well then we can't. Go after them they, didn't fire you the clients simply. Said we don't want you around anymore? Did they ever relationship with this guy why did they stick up? For him or at. Least it's fake I think they did she. Has. A good friendship with his mother okay so did you? Hear that the guy that grabbed her his mother has a good. Friendship. With the lady that, fired her okay but. The lady see this is the point this is not a normal, job that, client, could very well say you know. Melissa we don't want you around anymore you're complaining too much about. This and really they don't have. To they don't have to keep you. It's totally different than an? Employer situation you see what I mean you can't force that. Woman. To have you as a caretaker now..
"melissa melissa" Discussed on LadyGang
"Funky ask the lady gang and we're back okay finished part of the podcast we have our listeners reading questions and we're going to give them like kind of decent advisement probably really bad got it got it okay first question comes from melissa melissa says i've been dating my boyfriend for almost two years for both twenty six and worked for the same investment firm but different offices he was recently offered an opportunity to move to denver where you could primarily be traveling monday through friday flying around the country and meeting clients this is pretty much dream job while he's still young but it's is still unsure of my god but still unsure because of the i can't see any cloud cloudy on glasses on press i'm where are your rapist losses at my house i only have my pd walk and i do this please i've been paying i can't say over yes okay also these are so long and i didn't read through the questions are so long every week they come to me in a goddamn chapter uptight take them down to a paragraph i can't help you what the lady gay rights i deleted have to start you don't know this they met when they're fifteen i took that out story okay i've already edited this so stop every week like these questions for so long still complaining your job is so hard just have to read i can't read it memorize this much every day of my life unless i'm not an actress.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"She's like boca is my home away from home by kids were born there but plastic surgeons are there at once on alligator walking across the street dale higher daily you're my favorite out after he was elected to a market you just said great i love you know you're worth alligator i love boca millio were uh so mech step is joe mr mom mersch like no one the mr mom thing is played out we saw last season we didn't like it i don't wanna see it again you're a terrible uh you're a terrible little joe okay but also melissa why do you have cloth seeding at your kitchen with two small children and a gorka i mean i just i just can't ronnie i can't will let skip but the huge news here and the scene is that melissa's like i'm getting hughes face i'm gonna learn to to deface time for naked pictures it's like okay you know melissa melissa's making an effort so life goals life goals you know like crossing envy off the lists next to her naked itself is okay some xv boca both with spells so god mike babies born damai plastic surgeons in here why everett the list of why everybody loves their home towns this is my favorite supposedly the nation right here in boca who they always know exactly how i like it here who as they get out of a hotel vance he's like did you hold my hands i usually fall out of guys please could fall out of cars the up how dare that man helper out serkadji please i turn on the air at got no uterus like cower people but like confetti.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"You're giving notes your tell me i'm watching the clip of you from alexandros thing where you see on board on board on board and w what you're looking for in a film what you were expecting of a filmmaker of a film did you expect the same of yourself when you wrote this book now you to talk about now why because in a strange way i wrote the book in a very selfish way and when i'm in in editing room i don't think i'm particularly salvage i wrote it because i didn't want to be the legend of documentaries i didn't want to be a doc you diva what did you want to be i wanted to be a person like everybody else are you in this book i think cell would try to listen worrying here what's the equivalent of the plastic surgery of writing without question a lot of plastic surgery miss pearl lot there's enough occur who took the i mean he said i look good so must be enough and if the book cells do for your could if the if the book well let's go a little use finding as well as you're look to the plastic surgery the in the writing of it that's only part of it light is everybody pick up the plastic surgery and remember the lawyer from mcmillan asking me if there was someone named melissa melissa van holden vare sleeps would have boss it's the '60s and she can't get ahead any other way and um he called and he said you know anyone name melissa and mr penny brought this the name of the gloss now who is named mr penny brought let's be wheels grittner he said is but it just came the name came um uh mr penny broth as you know.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on WLOB
"A decision that is being made this is this is the government getting in your health care like we were talking about and i guarantee you when you asked people not should the government solve the healthcare issue because a lot of people going to say yes but they don't mean it for them so if you wanna see where the rubber hits the road asked the question this way do you want the government making your health care decisions and i guarantee you you're going to see it of number because people are being trying to be altruistic in thinking yes we need to take care of all these other folks and it's sort of this nebulous thing that they don't really know what they're saying but then the eu but they want to sound like the compassionate but when you ask them and nobody does by the way i wanna see this poll do you want the government making if your health care decisions you're going to see a different number so let's get to this the you'll of charlie guard the question i got and the question that is at uh it's charisma news gut come to get an opinion piece today by melissa melissa faults believes in the fa u s z with americans for prosperity the question is can the can charlie guard and i use that as a as a subject can charlie guard happen here in other words can you be sitting there with options of treatment available somewhere else in the government blocking your treatment because they're controlling your health care and you'd be very surprised at the and sir because most people think that couldn't happen here here's what does she writes for weeks the world has been watching in rapt attention the saga of charlie guard the case involving a desperately ill child fighting for survival in the face of uk government efforts to block treatment charlie's parents have been relentless in fighting the government in seeking help abroad their efforts are already bearing fruit most recently a judges agreed to reevaluate a previous decision barring the parents from seeking alternative treatment for their son in the united states now i just want you think about that for a moment this is socialized medicine in a nutshell the government has barred the parents from seeking treatment somewhere else in other words the the.
"melissa melissa" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"On and off for a couple of years starting when and finishing win finishing the day i went to jail i spend like two and a half months there then not even on this arrest on arrest when when you arrested for battery of melissa melissa that day it all happened all at once since april twenty four two thousand six you have had no arrest was you're telling the unauthorised except for the day and a half after i was bailed out which i will build out on the 26 th of april same the same day that i was arrested went right back to jail a day and a half later because of violation of probation what probation the probation that i was on originally which was felony evasion which is running from the police in my car that's what put me on widely running from the police and i was on edward why was on rose myself so you're on probation for driving while under the influence of genoa they didn't give me an if lewis charge but you know i was user so basically i got the felony evasion and that gave me the felony probe which of ipr violated when i and i got this case i don't even know what to say what the judge judy together here usually like brennan new actually what you're going to catch on who were noticing here is is something is going to unpack is up a little bit in in a little bit in at this guy he's transparent you can tell there's been a transfer asian in his heart in his life he because he's a straight shooter you noticed judge duties call up the other two said i want strini answers right away because are hesitating this guy's.