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CMA Awards: Luke Bryan, Peyton Manning team up as hosts, Carrie Underwood to perform and what else to know
"Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning will host tonight's country music association awards in Nashville I'm Archie's aleta with a preview Miranda Lambert's Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood are expected to be among those paying tribute to Loretta Lynn in the opening performance of the CMA awards which air live on ABC 29 Carly Pearce has 5 nominations and two performances to worry about and she loves it It is gonna be busy but oh my gosh like the busy Ness that I've dreamed of my whole life so I'm really excited Yeah I don't know if you thought leni Wilson is the top nominee with 6 entertainer of the year contenders are Lambert Underwood Luke combs Chris Stapleton and Morgan Wallen
Miranda Devine and Charlie Discuss Hunter's Potential Indictment
"Let me kind of tell you my theory that we have here and we've been kind of saying this for a couple of months. Basically, I think this is first and foremost an attempt to try to have the FBI look cleaner ahead of the midterms. Secondly, they want to look more neutral coming into an oversight blitz that will likely happen if Republicans flip the House and the Senate or and or the Senate. Also, I think it's going to put Joe Biden in a political penalty box coming into 2024 is that they can have a Gavin Newsom or someone much more likeable, but kind of most importantly, I think that it is a way to try to set the table to indict Donald Trump. I think the evidence against Hunter Biden is so overwhelming. They're going to use this as a first step to then go after Trump. Miranda, what are your thoughts? There's a lot to unpack there. Obviously, this the leaks to The Washington Post just like the leaks earlier to CNN are part of a strategy again. Being played to shape the narrative ahead of any charges are already plea deal coming up. Now, we've known for many months at what was coming out of Delaware. It is always going to be a slap on the wrist. And the most obvious part of that is the fact that they never called Toni bolinsky, who would be your key witness, if you really wanted to get to the bottom of the Biden family influence peddling scheme when it came to China, particularly, which is probably the most important in terms of our national security, definitely. So, and you know, Charlie bubbling ski was never subpoenaed, never called before that grand jury in Delaware. So instantly that tells you that they were not interested, they were deliberately refusing to follow any lines of inquiry that would lead to The White House to Joe Biden, which effectively means the whole influence peddling scheme is off the table. And you see that from the Lake to The Washington Post. It's just about tax evasion. It's just about a gun charge albeit a felony gun charge, pretty serious. People have gone to jail for lying on that background check for. But really, the tax charges, the question you have to ask you, if hunter has paid back as we're told $2.8 million worth of taxes unpaid taxes to the IRS. Where did that money come from?
The FBI Going After Hunter Biden Is NOT Good News for Donald Trump
"There is a fourth reason with the announcement yesterday. And it is not a good reason. There is a fourth reason why the FBI did this, and it is their main goal. But it takes an analysis where you see one step leading to the other and you have to look a step deeper. You have to look at what's actually happening, not just the misdirection, the mirage, the play action pass that they're throwing on cable television, which is very obvious. This is trying to lay the foundation and we predicted this over the summer too. This is trying to set the groundwork, the prerequisite to indict Donald Trump. This is not good news for Donald Trump yesterday. Now, is it going to be a nonsensical indictment, of course it is fabricated out of thin air? Is it garbage? Should it make you angry? Oh yes, but let's be honest. Yesterday is about trying to show the FBI says that no one is above the law. You see, we go after a president's son and we go after a former president. The difference obviously is Trump is innocent and he's undone anything wrong at all completely at all whatsoever on Hunter Biden is a traitor and a criminal. I mean, you know, the old expression is show me the man. I'll show you the crime. The expression for Hunter Biden has shown me the crime and I'll show you hunter. Pick a crime any crime. Drugs, sex, pain for sex. Illegal foreign lobbying, lying to federal officials, illegally doing business dealings. I mean, you show me any one of those crimes. You could pick from the buffet line. Of the American legal code. And all roads lead to hunter.
The Left Wants to Get Rid of Biden and Clean Up the FBI's Image
"You have to understand that Hunter Biden would not even be seriously or meaningfully investigated if it was not if Joe Biden's approval ratings were above 55 or 60 percent. Joe Biden is becoming a very serious anchor and impediment to the regime's takeover of America. Joe Biden being so deeply unpopular, there are people clamoring within the government, remember the true sovereign in our country that kind of middle band that are saying, we got to get rid of this guy. Joe Biden is no longer helpful to our aims and our ambitions. Number one, what is this? This is an attempt to try to make the FBI look cleaner ahead of the midterms. They leaked this. They didn't indict for a reason. And I believe the indictment will come after the midterms in November and December. This is not an indictment. This is a leak. They leaked it intentionally to try to clean up the appearance of the FBI to try and stop the conservative line of attack politically against the FBI right now in a consequential October. So this is an indictment without an indictment leaking to The Washington Post saying an indictment is likely, but the indictment will not happen before the midterms. I almost guarantee you that. They don't want to have election interference, but so what's the middle ground they want all of a sudden for people to have a restored confidence in the FBI. They want to have people that have kind of a restored ideal that the FBI is going to do the right thing.
Why the FBI Indicting Hunter Biden Is NOT What It Seems
"You probably saw the news yesterday. Reports from The Washington Post shows that the Department of Justice says they have enough evidence to indict Hunter Biden on tax and gun charges. I had multiple people text me this story. In fact, I had some people message me at very high levels in media, including some officeholders saying, finally, justice, and I text the back and I said, how could you be so naive? That is not what is happening here. Justice, you think the FBI all of a sudden is waking up to be an institution of fidelity bravery and integrity with the FBI is supposed to stand for? You think all of a sudden the FBI and the Department of Justice says, oh yeah, you know, we got to get ourselves in line here. No, no, no, it's very clear what's happening. And we have been ahead of the curve on this program, predicting to a T with the timeline of what exactly is happening with Hunter Biden. Exactly what is happening with Joe Biden. I'm going to walk you through all of this because this is not about Hunter Biden. And for every conservative out there, that is celebrating this news, be very careful. This is not great news. It's predictable news, but we're going to walk through very concrete steps of the misdirection that is happening with this alleged announcement. But first, let's just make sure we know what we're talking about here. Lower Ingram cut one 25 on how the FBI may be bringing tax and gun charges against Hunter Biden, one 25. Federal agents now believe they have enough evidence to charge Hunter Biden with tax crimes and for making a false statement regarding a gun purchase. Source is telling Fox News that decision is now in the hands of the U.S. attorney in Delaware. It's a Trump holdover named David Weiss. So if I've had several conservatives and people emailing us freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com saying, yes, this is a great day. Hunter Biden is finally going to receive justice. That Hunter Biden is finally going to be held accountable. Don't fall for this.
How Facebook Spies on Users and Funnels Their Info to the FBI
"I've been talking about the sins of the social media platforms and I want to zoom into Facebook very interesting article by an outstanding journalist Miranda Devine of the New York Post. She has sources at the Department of Justice, the Biden Department of Justice, and these sources have told her that Facebook has been spying on the private messages and data of American users, AKA conservatives, and reporting them to the FBI if they express anti government or anti authority sentiments, including questioning the 2020 election. So think about this. There's no question that if the FBI serves a subpoena on Facebook, Facebook needs to comply with the subpoena, but that's not what Miranda Devine is saying. What Miranda Devine is saying is that Facebook has established a relationship with the FBI in which unsolicited. Or at least not specifically solicited. The FBI isn't saying show me this particular person's content or data. Facebook is essentially turned itself into an instrument of government spying. And is feeding or shoveling information from its own platform. So think of how terrible this is for any company to do. They're taking their own customers in a relationship that you would think would be based on trust. You know, you shop somewhere. Imagine if you went to shop somewhere and you realize that that vendor is taking your data such as it is. For whatever purpose and sending it over to the IRS or sending it over to the FBI. Because that way they can see if this guy really afford to buy a Rolex, so how much did he pay in taxes last year? This would be outrageous, and that's yet this exact outrageous conduct is what these platforms are doing.
Facebook Spied on PMs of Americans Who Questioned 2020 Election
"Miranda divine New York Post Facebook spied on private messages of Americans who questioned 2020 election Facebook has been spying on the private messages and date of American users And reporting them to the FBI if they express anti government or anti authority sentiments or question the 2020 election according to sources within the Department of Justice Under the FBI collaboration operations somebody at Facebook red flag those supposedly subversive private messages over the past 19 months and transmitted them and redacted form to the domestic terrorism operational unit at FBI headquarters in Washington D.C. without a subpoena It was done outside the legal process and without probable cause allege one of the sources who spoke on condition of anonymity
Julie Kelly: The FBI Is Surveilling Social Media Chatter
"Pretty touch and call his name We said it was Mike and I was real name is obviously He's like listen I'm a retired FBI guy and he says Dan I got kids too and my son called me the other day and he said dad you know what the hell is going on at the FBI And he said Dan I got to tell you you know I can't speak for everyone but I speak for a good amount of retired agents I still keep in communication with And he said we're just horrified You're right What's happening right now is a disgrace I mean think about it This story breaks last night from another great reporter Miranda Devine at the New York Post that a whistleblower's revealing that Facebook was now in cahoots with the FBI giving them wait for it your private messages on Facebook Not Julie Kelly's public pose You're a private DM type stuff So if you're using Facebook to coordinate groups and you're exchanging messages without a subpoena according to the whistleblower allegations nonetheless but serious enough to address They were giving to somebody the FBI that this is as clear as day of violation of the First Amendment It really is and look this goes this started really before the 2020 election The FBI opened something called operation cold snap and the spring of 2020 And this was to surveil social media chatter among Americans who protested or were planning to protest These lockdowns This stand is how the FBI and social media and Facebook put together the Whitmer fed mappers The men who were lured by the FBI and their informants into this group that allegedly tried to kidnap and killed Of course there was an FBI operation This is all an extension from that into the 2020 election And of course leading all the way through to January 6th Miranda's piece is an absolute must read because this thick partnership between big tech and the country's most powerful law enforcement agency should really scare the hell out of everyone
Lainey Wilson leads CMA Awards nominations in her 1st year
"Laney Wilson leads the nominations for the country music association awards with 6 I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Laney Wilson 6th nominations include best new artist and album of the year for saying what I'm thinking Is all forgiven with mork and wallen He's up for entertainer of the year along with Luke combs Miranda Lambert Chris Stapleton and Carrie Underwood wallen was disqualified for individual awards last year after he was caught on video using a racial slur Luke Bryan who is nominated for song of the year for buying dirt with Jordan Davis will host the awards Brian's co host is Peyton Manning the awards will air November 9th on ABC
NY Post: Tyrannical Old Joe’s Secret Police State
"What Miranda Devine is a brilliant lady She writes brilliantly She says tyrannical old Joe's secret police state The Gaul of Joe antifa Biden wrapping himself in the blue after the anti cop violence and defund police movement He slyly egged on during the 2020 BLM antifa riots The breakdown of Law & Order in our cities is the consequence No question about that Now he's back to posing as a big champion of the cops As anti semi fascist that is anti safa Attempting to turn the tables on the party of Law & Order with wildly dishonest rhetoric that is as frightening as it is absurd But bees are to laugh at all off as the blathering of a spiteful increasingly incoherent angry old man But what Biden and the puppeteers who guide him are doing is very sinister They appear to be preparing the ground for an even harsher crackdown Harsher crackdown on his political opponents By the security state which has become to all appearances his secret police The president's intemperate attacks on Republicans as semi fascist ultra maga white supremacists and domestic terrorists A escalated as a midterm wipeout looms and Biden's deadly poles of solidified Despite media lauding the comeback of aviator Joe
Miranda Devine: Tyrannical Old Joe’s Secret Police State
"Miranda Devine is a brilliant lady She writes brilliantly She says tyrannical old Joe's secret police state The gall of Joe antifa Biden wrapping himself in the blue after the anti cop violence and defund police movement He slyly egged on during the 2020 BLM antifa riots The breakdown of Law & Order in our cities is the consequence No question about that Now he's back to posing as a big champion of the cops As anti semi fascist that is anti safa Attempting to turn the tables on the party of Law & Order with wildly dishonest rhetoric that is as frightening as it is absurd The bees that are laugh at all off is the blathering of a spiteful increasingly incoherent angry old man But what Biden and the puppeteers who guide him are doing is very sinister They appear to be preparing the ground for an even harsher crackdown Harsher crackdown on his political opponents By the security state which has become to all appearances his secret police The president's intemperate attacks on Republicans as semi fascist ultra maga white supremacists and domestic terrorists A escalated as a midterm wipeout looms and Biden's deadly poles of solidified Despite media lauding the comeback of aviator Joe
Miranda Devine: Facebook Was First to Censor Hunter Biden Laptop Story
"Thing Miranda Devine who wrote the book laptop from hell and disclosure I published that book and it's a great book about the Hunter Biden laptop Miranda Devine tweeted out instantly mocking Zuckerberg about his claims like oh we weren't as bad as Twitter because Twitter straight up banned the New York Post and others and we just reduced the distribution She says this is such BS quote Facebook was the first to censor Hunter Biden's laptop story The morning it was published on October 14th 2020 Andy stone Facebook's communications manager issued a statement via Twitter at 1110 a.m. Stone used to work at a damn super PAC and John Kerry for president's campaign Now again it's not that the Democrats lie in BS people We get all that That's not breaking news I'm not going to waste your time stating the obvious What should bother you is the brazenness of this right here and that nothing has happened to these people at all Facebook is still swimming in hundreds of billions of dollars in assets the left doesn't care at all because they love totalitarianism and censorship And Miranda the vine is acknowledging right here that the guy who's communicating is the public face to Facebook as a ban a story that would dramatically impact the Democrat nominee for president right before the election in October The guy who's doing it used to work for John Kerry for president them super PAC and they're not even ashamed No one said to him Andy Maybe it's not a good idea that you do this given your party affiliation maybe we let someone else
Lance Miller Reflects Back on His Songwriting Career
"You also have, you know, again, we're talking about among rob and we're just, you know, from the side of life, you know, we're happy to be in behind the camera. Most times, but you know, you've been out there in front of Nashville star TV show. I mean, I was, I mean, looking at myself here this morning, I look like I have a face for radio, but I will be calling. You better watch out. But I was, I was on Nashville star, Miranda Lambert, the fans of people out there listing my remember Miranda was on that show the first season and she got set third place, I think, and then I was on the second season and got fourth place. And it's interesting you bring that up because my first publishing deal after singing demos, what your demonstration recordings and I would sing for songwriters. And that's how I got to know a lot of the songwriting community by singing demos and from that I got a deal at EMI publishing. And then that deal ended after two or three years and then I was kind of flopping around in Nashville again trying to figure out what to do next and then Nashville star came down the pike. And I got on that show and there's a long story to that but the short version of it is everybody most people that I met are still in my life now from that show in a very important capacity. The Warren brothers were judges on that show. Right. That season. They told me in front of 800,000 people to watch that show that I sounded like Merle Haggard, but I look like chastity Bono. And we were instant friends 'cause I could tell a joke. Everybody's like, well, I kind of see it out there. Let me squeeze this. Oh yeah, these are. They look, hey. Chastity. There she is. You were just ahead of your time, brother. I had my time, I think, yeah. So anyway, I met Tracy gershon on that show. She was a judge as well. And she went to Warner Brothers records shortly after that show, and she told me she said, when I get over there, you're going to be the first act I signed. And she did.
Mahle exits early; Twins beat Royals 4-0 for 3-game sweep
"Jose Miranda and Emilio pagan led the twins to a four zero victory and a three game sweep of the royals Miranda opened the scoring with a two run Homer off loser Daniel lynch in the first inning Miranda had two of Minnesota 7 hits Pagan worked around three hits over two innings of relief to get the win He was pressed into service when Tyler malley left in the third inning with right shoulder fatigue Maui has shoulder issues last month while pitching for the reds The royals were outscored 17 two in the series Shut out after scoring twice in the first inning of the opener I'm Dave ferry
NY Post: Hunter Biden Laptop Repairman Says FBI Agent Threatened Him
"This is just breaking Literally just breaking New York Post Hunter Biden laptop repairman John Paul macisaac Says the Federal Bureau of Investigation an FBI agent threatened him to hush up This is by Miranda divine boy she good And Emily crane the computer repair shop owner who blew the whistle on Hunter Biden's infamous laptop claims in a new book that an FBI said in a new book that an FBI agent threatened him to stay silent John Paul Mack Isaac said two federal agents came to his Mac shop in Wilmington Delaware in December 2019 to recoup the laptop following a subpoena He details in his new book American injustice my battle to expose the truth Now let's just stop a second What damn businesses of the FBI is to get Hunter Biden's laptop back mister producer Why are they getting and getting the laptop for a hundred Biden And why are they getting the diary for Biden's daughter If it doesn't affect Joe Biden in any kind of a federal criminal way why is the top federal criminal law enforcement agency involved securing the laptop or that diary
Twins top Blue Jays 7-3 behind clutch Polanco, strong 'pen
"The twins beat the Blue Jays 7 to three to keep their two game lead over the guardians atop the AL central Jorge Polanco had a pair of two out RBIs Jose Miranda Homer and all star Luis Arias went three for 5 with an RBI Araya is double twice and scored on both of Polanco's clutch hits Those contributions allowed Minnesota to overcome Bo bichat's home run into the RBIs Blue Jays reliever Tim maze has suffered a dislocated non throwing shoulder while trying to field a bunt attempt in the 6th inning Vladimir Guerrero junior went two for 5 with a run scored extending his career high hitting streak to 17 games for the Blue Jays I'm Dave ferry
Is the Scandalous Biden Family Untouchable?
"The hearing when Christopher wray goes in front of the Senate? Is that Thursday? As did this Thursday, two days from now. To tell you the truth, I'm not holding my breath that he'll do anything other than what the FBI always does, which is to sell. We can't comment on an ongoing investigation. Yeah, I mean, I got to give the Biden's credit. They have a diversified portfolio of scandals. It's amazing. Every possible country region of the world industry walk of life, family member is involved in this. And so they are going to come under pressure from the Senate, but I think there is some cynicism, though, Miranda, that our audience has, and you've done a phenomenal job in your book, laptop from hell, which is how much is it actually going to take that just hold one of these people accountable? Or are we really in this moment where there's the untouchable class, regardless of how gross and disgusting and flagrant your crimes are, if your last name happens to be Biden or Clinton or Obama, you're largely untouchable. What are your thoughts on that? Well, look, I mean, I share some of that cynicism. And of course, the influence peddling racket that Joe Biden was the past master of is a bipartisan disease in Washington. It's really corrosive. Damaging as we can see now to our national security. And on the plus side, the Republicans telling me in the house in whether it's James coma, Jim Jordan, a whole lot of them are very rare doing a lot of work right now to get on top of the information. They're talking to witnesses. Whistleblowers are coming forward, they give them a car, it's told them to be aggressive when it comes to the Hunter Biden material. So they will be having hearings. They will be subpoenaing witnesses. They will have subpoena power in the house. I'm presuming they take back the house, which follows the show and they will. So that will at least bring more information to life. But
FBI in for a Rude Wake-Up Call Over Hunter Biden Investigation
"Joining us right now is a friend of the program someone who is super smart and does phenomenal research and investigations, Miranda Devine from the New York Post also author of the laptop from hell, Miranda, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks Charlie grot to be with you. Thank you. So I want to talk to you about this story here. FBI, director ray, are in for a rude wake-up call over the Hunter Biden investigation to your latest piece up at the New York Post NY post dot com. What do you mean by that? Well, on Thursday, Christopher wray, the FBI director appears in Congress before they oversight committee and the Republicans there are planning to really grill him on a few very sinister and concerning issues that have come to the fore in the last week. And you probably know already about chuck gresley has had several FBI whistleblowers come to him and give him information that basically the FBI just sat on buried the Hunter Biden information that came out in 2020 in August 2020 when graz Lee and Ron Johnson were both investigating the Hunter Biden and burisma corruption connections. And then again in October 2020, which was, of course, the month that we at the New York Post broke the first story from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop and October was also the time the month that tiny bubble linsky, the navy veteran and former business partner of Hunter Biden came forward publicly to say that Joe Biden was involved in his family's influence peddling scheme that Joe Biden was the big guy who was slated to get 10% of one of the Chinese deals and that Tony bubba linsky himself had met twice with Joe Biden to discuss these deals. So
"miranda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Listened to the men's group after, and they were also excited, which is great. But yeah, the women really well actually everyone was saying, it really struck a chord with them. It really resonated. And even though some people had different opinions, you know, so one person said, well, you know, she was Caucasian, and she said, well, obviously I can't relate to the immigration aspects of it, but because she's an underdog, this is an underdog story, and she is a woman who is fighting to save her son. She's like, I am totally rooting for her every step of the way. Yeah. It was really interesting. And I actually think we want to address those issues. We want to see them in to the show. But I think there is, you know, we also wanted to be cautious and make sure people were interested in this is at the core. It's still an exciting thrilling crime drama and it is a character driven crime drama. And after that focus group, I think that actually helped us see that there is an interest in the immigration element as well and not to shy away from it. That it is an important topic and that people are open to hearing it as opposed to shutting down. So we actually did in our storytelling as we broke the season, it is something that is, you know, quite at the forefront of the show and of what these people have to deal with every day. One of the kind of wake up moments for me, I think it was the second episode is when Fiona's oldest son, earlier in the episode, he's bitching and moaning because his mom won't sign his driver's training certificate. And he's at that age where his peers are all learning to drive and why won't she sign it? And he's just totally annoyed with her. And you know, I don't want to give a spoiler, but this whole immigration status, what he understands what she's led him to understand and what the reality is and how they have to now navigate the reveal. Wow, that just popped out of nowhere for me. And I felt like, see, something as simple as that, when you're a teenage boy or a girl, in America, and now's the time when you're supposed to be getting your permit and you need your parents signature on this little stupid piece of paper. That's a nothing burger, isn't it? This is like, no, it's not. You know, life is much more complicated when for various reasons you're undocumented. Right. And he takes like he know he knows his mom's undocumented and, you know, kind of, he doesn't take it seriously enough because he doesn't think he has to, and he takes everything that he has for granted. Yes. And all the privileges, everything that he's had in his life, he's taken for granted. And so it's a real eye opening moment for him. And I think that's also another thing that we want to impart to an audience is like, you know, again, try not to judge somebody for what you think they are or whatever label you want to put on them. He is somebody who is just, you know, he kind of represents an American perspective until he's forced to see a different one. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I feel like the way he wrote that, he had to kind of apply that same lens to himself. Like he was judging himself definitely then he was judging his mom 'cause hey, he's an American, right? Yeah. And then all of a sudden, and so he's seeing her as, oh yeah, you're kind of not disabled, you know, but like socially disabled in the way that I'm not. And then all of a sudden to realize it's like being born able bodied and then find out you actually are born with some disabilities. And just the way you handle that, he's not his story, arc isn't a major part, but I appreciated even that part caught me off guard, and now I'm like paying attention to his journey in a way that I wasn't initially. There's all these little enticing hooks that are in this, you know, you end up caring about so many different people and yet it's not hard to keep them all straight. Which is no small task. No, I gotta ask you as we get into the end of our time Miranda, you know, obviously, I'm thinking, assuming you're hoping for a second season out of this. And you know, listeners, we all have a big part in showing up and watching this. When you write an entire first season, you have to kind of bring some things to some kind of conclusion at the end of the season. But at the same time, hoping for another season, you've got I mean, how do you do that? Well,.
"miranda" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Greetings and welcome to Asian America that Ken fang podcast. Our mission continues to be to invite Asian American culture makers and shapers to share their stories with us. And as always, I'm your host Ken fong. Welcome to episode number 344. My guess this week is Hollywood writer, producer and creator Miranda kwok. The last time she was on this podcast in 2017, she was working in various producing capacities and as executive story editor and staff writer on what turned out to be four seasons of the 100 on The CW channel. I've invited her back this week because she's the creator and executive producer of one of the most original compelling prime time dramas that I've come across in a long, long time on television. It's called the cleaning lady, and it will be premiering on January 3rd on the Fox network at 9 p.m. eastern and Pacific standard time. If you are in a different time zone, please check your local listings. The previous episode, I interviewed the new series star Lod young. And if you haven't listened yet to that, it's fascinating learning how she landed this rule of a lifetime. And how it's allowed her to bring her Cambodian culture and even her father's history and pain into the role of Tony. You won't want to miss that episode. In this episode, Miranda is going to tell us how she use a half hour drama that played in Argentina for only one season called the cleaning lady as a springboard to create a very original hour long nuanced and compelling show with characters that evoke surprising empathy. I mean, even the ones that you think you're supposed to not like, you end up caring about them, which I think is great storytelling. If any of you are planning to make a year end donation to help support this show, please go to WWW dot AA podcast dot com and go to the donate section and you will find the most current PayPal link there. That's to my personal PayPal account. Those of you who have donated earlier this year before we got the new website done and you use the PayPal link, it actually went to my original director Christopher Wong and he just notified me that three of you, Dennis Vivian and Allen all made very generous donations sometime earlier this year. I want to thank you for that. Going forward, just so I'll know directly anyone who's making donations. Please use the link that's on the current website. And we're getting so very close to my challenge goal of reaching $200 a month of Patreon support in 2022. I think we're like $50 a month short. So if you've been planning on doing that and you just haven't gotten around to it yet or you really appreciate this show and you just haven't thought about how you can support it, that's definitely there for you. Thanks so much. I'm recording this episode on December 28th. And tomorrow, the 29th is my birthday. I'll be turning 67. You know, turning 60, I thought, okay, now that feels old. But I'm telling you, 67, that feels much older than 60. I mean, I can see 74 I'm sitting. The funny thing about at least me getting older is I don't necessarily feel that old. I can remember seeing my dad when he was 67 and thinking, yeah, he's clearly an old man. But that's not how I feel. Yes, I still have prostate cancer, even though yes, knock on wood is still not an issue. Yes, my doctor, the last couple of years has been telling me as he's looking at my blood workups that I need to watch my blood sugar, my cholesterol, my fatty liver, my optometrist, says get ready to have cataract surgery in a year or two. But none of that has required me so far to taking any medication. I'm all below the, you know, you gotta take pills. Sort of place, which I'm grateful for. I'm telling you, today, when I was coming back from the gym, I've been going a couple of times a week after it reopened to do some personal training. And when I told the manager of LA fitness, who's this Asian American guy, probably in his 20s. When I told him, yeah, you know, tomorrow's my birthday, and he says, oh, how are you going to be a nice at 60, 70? He goes, no way, dude. I would have said you were 50. Okay, that's a 17 year credit, which I'm grateful for. But it wasn't that long ago when I would tell people how holy was, like in my early 60s and they would go, dude, I would have thought you were like 48. So I'm not getting that anymore. And so it's another reminder that age is a reality and getting old is part of life. Believe me, I got lots to be grateful for. I'm still vertical and still above the dirt. And I still have a great wife, a great daughter. We have two goofy dogs that I love. Even though my house not perfect, it's not that bad. I really don't have anything to complain about. Got great friends. Got, you know, hobbies that keep me busy. And I want to let you know you listeners out there. The fact that you tune in, whether you're a longtime listener or someone who just joined me this year, I got to let you know how much that means to me. I talked to so many people, my age, even younger, who are retired, and they're just not sure what to do with this part of their life. Doing this show, finding the guests getting ready for the interviews, producing them now and getting some feedback actually seeing financial support come in. So I'm breaking even..
"miranda" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Every family member every friend. Fayatte co workers are might be twits and He did a shoe totally personalized lawyer. Jokes made fun of me. I was on cloud. Nine was all done that said this is too much so here. We are twenty seven years later still doing it. And you see miranda.
"miranda" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"That's how he remember they recall st. And it's like a game of telephone by the end of the dj's become an actual bird. I would. I would go god. I hope that they have like a comic con of. It's always sunny because that show has had a fan base. Keep it afloat as whispered secret and they don't get the fanfare and i think you're right. I mean i like that. it's kind of the hipster. Pick when you ask what their favorite show is. How would you address to an always sunny. Our man. I had the the riot t shirt that mack had but i hated the way my nips looked in it. I don't have the same mcadoo outside of one season. Mr nipple made i've got the. I've got a jacket. That's reminiscent of charlie's military jacket. I think i'd wear that. Oh the rock flag eagle costume. That's a good one. Tony go america. All over their asses man aged. Just you think about some of the costumes and some of them are so racist time where they were selling. Gas towel gets taped to his head. Because there's so many episodes and never get made today all of them all even the new ones he wasn't there episodes season from season fourteen. I'm like there's no way this gets made today. And it's a brand new episode on by the way speaking of rewatching jessica you re watching sex in the city. I'm watching for my podcast bomb b. o. m. m. which you can do everyday podcasts. Were watching is one of the original prestige dramas. That started the whole thing right And you wanna talk about unlikeable characters that somehow people liked. It'd be really. Yeah i've had a b c orion. Oreilly it was. It was so you don't know. Oz was a drama set in prison. A prison called oswal correctional facility. And the way i describe oz is i always talk about when i was telling my dad about it years ago. I watched the show. It's called odds amazing. It's the most realistic depiction of prison. My dad's like no. It's i mean it's it's probably very good but it's not realistic as nah. It's pretty realistic. Is it no. No no i mean. Trust me it's not that realistic now that it's pretty realistic. He's like no no. I mean the things that happened in prison that they won't show on tv show and yes they they showed on this show is. There's no no no you don't understand there. Are things in prison. That aren't really talked about but happened in prison. That wouldn't transit. no it's translated. It's all on there. So donna how can i say this. My son Sometimes when men are incarcerated for a long time they because they're away from women so long the start to look at other men as women. And i say yes. Dad gave prison sex. They have visits on television. I said it's not. Tv it's hbo..
"miranda" Discussed on The Radio Show
"Do you have something for you. Send you miranda gibson. I i do i do i really love your own life because A lot of the concepts rewire you know i. I know you mentioned less. Brown's there times in your book. I really like him. I also relate a lot of things that you can yearbook to the four agreements. I'm not sure if you read. That book is if really good book yes. I also super related to The second rule that you talked about relating or jobs like that that would listen sixteen. No that's my pool right there like i. I don't even know our age is go back. You know what i'm saying like three. She ate us right. But i have a question I really liking the book where you talk about writing goals down because me personally entrepreneur. I do find it very effective A lot of people accused very accountable. i'm not sure but i'm pretty sure you've experienced this As you've gone through your process and just people in general. Why do you think people are still hesitant Sue to actually just sit down and write their goals out and have you experienced people being reluctant to do so. Yes so the number. One reason that i believe people struggle so much with putting it on paper is because now once they do that. There's an accountability factor attached to that right enlightening. Promise that you make. And because people always feel that they're less than they believe that they're not going to achieve that they will fail and therefore rather than just tell yourself. I'm a failure right. i'm gonna write it down. I'm not even gonna attampts. And so they just give up And that's a sad place to be because if people understood that failure is what makes you successful. Everyone would be looking forward to failing right. Here is the lessons are in the hardship. They're not in the good times at all or not in the success. It's the failures it's outta hardship. The work you know. That's when people say i can't wait to be successful. Yeah everyone can't wait to be successful but you should start embracing the journey because in addition to the success. You're gonna have so much more wealth of knowledge of how to overcome a lot of things that you're going to face and so yeah so i. That's my personal. Belief added a lot of people. Believe that to a lot of like motivational speakers and so forth. They believe that. That's the reason why i actually. I agree with you. One hundred percent. You're listening to the aftermath so so it was years off the book for second and so give some wanted to talk about like making the pivot to helping people with a financial future. And did you know they have something to do with your own personal journey like. There's something that happened with us like you know what i went through this. I'm gonna try to help people so that they don't go. They missed this part of the the journey. Of course always. That's always you know the thing. I wish that i would have known So i've been an entrepreneur for quite awhile and i've had some businesses and have learned from them of course right but the one common thing that i realize was happening is that while i knew how to run businesses. I still did not know enough on the financial aspect of it right. And so if i didn't know that and i know for sure i went to college. I was a student in high school at. No-one taught me that. So i know that i couldn't get at information during higher education right. I'm a business major. I mean just to get somewhere and so a lot of people are in my same situation. Is that yeah. You pay all this money to schools colleges and so for the not putting down college but you don't get the life skills that you need for the amount of money that you're paying us institutions and simple and it doesn't matter what institution you're going to this type of education you learning from your family hence why the rich people continue to stay rich. The wealthy continue to stay wealthy. Does they've passed along to their their families their generations. My mom didn't know anything on my mom knew was good work. Go to work and pay bills. That's it you know anything her thing to me as long as you graduate high school. I'm okay. I was never pushed to go to college hence why i went to college. I've got my degree at forty three. So you know so. If you don't know you have to learn it somewhere and my goal is what i learned is to pass it along. 'cause somebody pass some things through to me so i have to make sure that i do the same for the rest of the people are people more more specifically and that's why financial the gibson financial group came about because i needed to work on my credit. I'm about to be fifty. But i needed to work on my credit and i had to learn about that and i was like damn. Nobody told me that i i'm forty. How am i learning this now. You're saying so. If that's the case i know i'm not the only one out there and so i started educating myself. I started getting involved. I got my for a life insurance. I'm getting my financial planning certification. So that i can be an all encompassing Organization where i can educate everyone so with that being said rewire. Financial edition is coming out. You know and that's going to be. I'm going to focus more on the children right. Yes i want our adults to learn. But i want to set my kids up. I wanna set up the future generations for success. And so that's where we're heading. That's pretty awesome. So i got two more questions. I wanted to leave room for a little. Like gain that we play at the time but Do you have something else. But i do feel just kind of piggyback office Question monkey elaborate a little bit more on your experience as a keynote speaker at a black woman confidential conference in which you did speak about finances. And how was that for you to be able to Give back in that way. So let me tell you. I'm not your biggest in a religious person and so forth. But i do believe in higher power and i do believe that things just fall into place when they're supposed to and so.
"miranda" Discussed on The Radio Show
"How's it going good to see you good. Are you ready for the excited for the get. Yes i am. We're talking to a financial planner and also an author by the name of your senior verandah gifts. And she's got a book called rewired so we're going to talk about. The origins of that book came about also wish. He's doing to help people with their financial planning. So let's bring our analyst talked to are of jesse. Thanks for coming on the show. We definitely appreciate the time you know coming to talk about your book and your other was that you got going on so thank you so much for having me. I certainly appreciate it. Oh yes for sure. So let's i guess. Start at the top here with the process of writing a book. So that's a big undertaking. So what was the biggest factor making the decision to go ahead and write rewi so my friend. I have a dear friend who is a since high school. So we've been years you know the whole lot of years in the making of friendship but I don't know what how it started the conversation but he was like. Hey what are you ever going to write this book right. I've been wanting to write a book. My best always been my drinks and so he was like look. I'll be your accountability partner. And i'll just check in. I'm you but start writing. So the book that i'm i was going to write was a fiction. Had nothing to do with what was going on a fiction and you know it has to do with polygamy You know That that whole multi relation relationship type of deal. And the way i visited with it was going to be a comedy. I wanted to see it as a sitcom or you know a rom com eventually and so at the same time with my financial business. I had been doing a webinars every month. Called coffee incense where. I would just kind of get people together. And we'll discuss different types of financial options that are out there because there is a huge for financial education. And in one of those webinars we were talking about how to get kids to do stuff. Kovin hit writes everybody's at home. Everything shut down and i found myself doing a lot of things that i stopped doing or that. I've wanted to do. And i just put off. Because you know when you're able to go out and about you just do that instead right anything to keep you from doing the real work right so i found myself not being able to do that. Stuck at home. And now like oh. Let me do some crafting you know what. Let me do some planting feel like cooking this end so all these things that i thought i never had time for. I found myself having time for and the process of rewire wasn't necessarily born in the process. I've been doing all my life but in one of those webinars someone said. Hey all the things that you've been doing. How is it that you're doing. You should put that in writing. Oh okay i'll put it in writing. Well what what is the process. I don't know the process. And as i started thinking i said oh why can use an acronym rewire to make the process. A lot easier and as you know if you've read the book is eighty two pages is straight to the point. There's no fluff as like. Let's get to it because that's exactly how you have to approach light. You can't sit around and think about the fluffs you just to get to it and hence there goes rewire is nice. That explanation and jumping into a with that so you discuss like right talking about right off the bat you discussed the need for people to find their bull. So can you explain what a person's bull is. Can you give me an example of what your will. yes. Of course. So i was trying to figure out. How am i. Stay outside of lighter. Fire up your butt right in her. And i say it in a book because i wanted to i want i wanted the books be able to be read by everyone that includes kids. So how can i say that without being rude and and so forth so the thought was a lot of people. Say oh you know. Dangled the carrot. And yeah that motivates a lot of people but it doesn't keep them motivated right because if your motivation is money and you don't achieve the amount of money that you're actually looking for deflating and so you're gonna stop trying to chase it right so it has to be something that is like in your core and for me is my son. My son is a miracle baby for me right. Two thirteen years to get pregnant actually had to go through. Ibs get him. And on my first. Try i gotta. I was thirty eight years old high risk pregnancy. Everything that you can think of. I had and it was the best pregnancy ever. It was the greatest thing nine months. I was still sitting on the floor driving picking myself up. No problem right so he is my motivation. He is my bowl. Because if i don't get it done he doesn't get the he doesn't get a house. He doesn't get the good things that kids want her though he is a constant motivation. And the other thing is. He's looking at me and everything that i do. He's going to emulate. So if i'm sitting at home being lazy not doing and chasing my dreams. That's what he's known me doing because he thinks the best how should be. He's not going to chase his dreams so he is my bowl and so that is basically what it is. Is that one motivator. That is going to motivate you at all times. Even when you're at your worst moments you think about it and it's like you know what if i don't do it for myself. I have to do it for him or for her or for whatever. That bull is going to be so. That's my explanation of the ball is very explanation and analogy so just to reiterate we're talking to you send you miranda gibson is so you have so much information to run throughout the so you've got your book rewired. Six steps to achieve your goal has been available amazon. You guys are website. let's all rewire dot com. You can taste nine five one three zero seven nine seven four six. You can email. Why gibson at let's all rewire dot com. But there is more you got. Your financial planning would give financial group. It will site is gibson desk. F g dot com. And you can check the podcast description for the instagram and facebook handles as a podcast description. It's.
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"It isn't it feels good when it's cold and it feels good if it's cold it would be good for any kind of inflammation like puffy. I mean puffy under is i just take to soda cans and just put them on him to she anytime time. She's doing my makeup. I've to soda cans on my face and then It could help with like lymphatic drainage a little bit if you notice spots to do it look under here and stuff which that just it doesn't. It's not that the jade roller is changing or scan. It's just that it's activated lymphatic drainage and then fluids start to drain so then your face gets a little bit. It makes their leg. It makes the smartest renown is. You're holding less water water. You're essentially massaging it for like water or out. Yeah so it's like if you know what where. Your lymphatic spots are to trigger that I think it's like here under your Nak here here. Maybe right here or something. I don't know i did while. I have too many things to do. Apply and too many tool. Su holy fuck with is the Dermot roller which are the little tiny Pin cushion roller on your face. Because a lot of our product doesn't even get absorbed into our skin doesn't make little little tiny punctures tiny tiny tiny lead. It you do not know and you might. Because you're you and you trip and fall the second us go into your ocular nerve and now i carly season two of the rebuilt europe pirate. We now take jarring pause in our program Look i mean. I know we love costco. But it's enough already with the ping right. We're gonna show you some footage of a very sp. There's a visitor lurking around my domicile. I've had animals my backyard creatures. Lot of flora fauna. But it's kind of getting out of control. You know. I mean. I i can get nature lovers out there exploring. I don't know i've just been here a lot of screaming on what's going on out there. Another surprise guest so many one day. Yeah you bet you bet your bottom dollar. I will date but otherwise i mean i'd have to put on this native sunscreen before we go out there so i figured we'd just show you the video of it great right. 'cause i'm not letting you bar sunscreen. Okay let's Head quirky hi. Oh i'm back from the dead to explore the good for you lands and the thinking muscle the drop in the keta. Live sometimes stinks why we don't have to. Thanks tonight of an incredible products as the legendary aluminium. Free yard and turned. It doesn't stop there by ozone vinegar sunscreen cranky because i want us to enjoy quite outdoors and all of that has while staying safe on the sun's harmful wise. And take it from me. You'll want to stay away from harmful race or he'll love this well. That was in credible a lot. I am flabbergasted. I am that was skulduggery. If i've ever seen some real tomfoolery. But i did glean a lot from that video. Yeah i wanna stay fresh. I want to stay clean a lot of celebrities right. Now don't shower. That's we don't do that over here. That's not us. We stay fresh. We stay clean. Wash our legs..
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"That feels like i feel like everyone's gonna wanna come on your show together with feeling good about themselves afterward. No the highest. My confidences feeling amazing. Feeling awful most. We now interrupt our interview with me and my daughter. Miranda grow to talk about one of my favorite sponsors stitch fix. Emily finally get finally listened to me..
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"Of like a hug or any kind of like pressure or weighted blanket or a vest essentially activates para sympathetic nervous system. So it stops drunk. I wonder if that works like that too or maybe to have less adrenaline coyotes attacking. I want him to be super. Yes no. I want them to be very panicked stressed out. This is larry see but doesn't it look so much like a tax not normal what. This cat high. This cat is so scary. To danny devito. I've no voice this cat. I'm obsessed with this. is how when. I'm getting foster homes which you spend a lotta time doing the way. I described their personality. As always say this is who would be them in an animated movie about censor- good way too. What would voice larry. Danny devito was gonna kinda perfect. It's but it is a little will ferrell li like a will ferrell character like Like member ashley schaeffer. Or the character of ashley schaeffer on eastbound and down like could have a little bit of that like a little bit of like a used car salesman via honey shrunk the kids. It's the lead guy. I sort of feel he could. Maybe be larry voice. I don't know well. do you have any other ones. Did you have the other pictures. Who okay so danny devito. Let's cast your cats danny. Devito larry is danny devito. I feel like it'd be funny. If i mean he's crossed over but if it was like james gandolfini says mr larry. Oh my gosh. This cat his violent weird look tall. Yes this cat is insane looking this cat. No no kyrie is gonna fuck this cat. Actually i never mind. I was doing amazing why. He's so white and clean. he's very intense. Yeah everybody describes larry as ten. Maybe like kevin hart or something. Ooh that could be good. Yeah maybe the voice of the little Little bunny in pets. Oh i don't know like he didn't he would. That's your world perfect. I don't know yeah that that would be good. Or maybe like bill. Burr or like a comedic tom cigar or something. Just joe rogan That's amazing so if you were trying to get them to adopt that cap you would say i call. It's funny 'cause i call him layered and every single i go into the backyard. Nafta go larry to get into doing it certain weight. That is so funny. So i have a dog named daisy but when no one's around i only call her doodo and i go. Oh it's like and she loves it i would. I would never do to anyone. But then i have like workers in my house right now and i can't get her to come and i have to back door so like daisy. She has no idea what her name. She thinks that's her name. That's so funny that you have larry with an intonation pacific call and then it's really lane i am i. My whole neighborhood hates it like everybody in the area. Here's me every night going man. I hate it like to. When i accidentally don't do it to like nine or ten at night and then like if i get home late then all neighborhood has to listen to me screaming. His name. see this is a problem when you bring guys home intended adults around when it's about to be frisky time all fairly. You're like late layer..
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"No taller than you. Can i ask tight. What is your. What is your credit score. That'd be nice and like over five nine and if it's meant to be will be fine with the fact that he thought this message came from you and he was cool about later. You're like actually. My friend wrote that. Like bond over virginia wedding. We'll get married. Yeah see all ready for that. Oh this is not good. The number this is many messages. Many months apart ari row. What did you do all weekend. Tell me everything also could. We please go on a fun adventure slash date this week. Two months later thoughts eight months later handover face march february march. Should we try this again. Shows right back. Nope i don't see okay. Sorry does like yeah very bonds a response. Miguel wrote happy taco tuesday. What are you do nice nerd alert taco tuesday. Talk news alec. What's the first thing you can't wait to do once. Quarantine is over show back. Fuck these people are just going to be out there thinking. I've completely later. How come i just know. Realized i carly is on net flicks. Can we tell you can't sorry. You know that i can't not make a business out of everything. Can we do screen grounds of the ones that mention your show and use them as billboards. Try to you know it's a screen grab of this and we'll put a different photo of a different guy and then how come. I just realized that i was on netflix. He's like just just for Carly's dating apps that actually be a really cute way to publicize the show. What you're doing except you can't take a screen. Grab of anything on riot. You have to do it on another phone or you'll get kicked off. Yeah oh yeah..
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"Who cares. Drew song is oh take one over the line. Wise left i was the music This man was listening to while he stormed the capital. So no thanks. Okay so this is what happens. I'm just blowing up this person's It'll play like a montage. How do i get over again. Had i get out of here. Who have you matched with recently. Don't say names but what kind of let me see. These are like the cosgrove just gave me her phone with her dating app. Dm shit i. I find as one of my favorite people on the planet that i can't wait to grow old with if if you're capable of growing old The fact that you had the audacity to do a episode of the new carly accusing someone also being a robot was was audacious. I was like says the person that looks like. She's made out of the beeswax carmel. These so evan texted ranjha on march twenty twenty at four fourteen pm. Red flag doesn't have a job or texting from his job. Howdy their miranda. How's it going smiley face and then wrote cute smile. As on march i know response. Qn i've given up on that for a while. That's why i answered. He writes a march twenty second twenty days later at twelve. Sixteen p m unemployed. So what apocalypse skills do you have looking to gather a team for the end of the world You wouldn't answer. And evan writes that annan a in july that was march twentieth july thirteenth at six twenty. Pm maranda right gotta job this. Is you our what responses high buddha. Why why are you..
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"Like i with the animals for sure not anything else. Well i think you're cooler than me in a good way. There's this rigmarole that you don't think you're cool had home but you haven't edginess and i don't have like that's not cool illness. It's not it's sad now. you're i think that the way you comport yourself and think and behave is cool. It's a little dorky. But i think that's cool. Okay thank god. I'll take that is so cool to. That's the most punk rock shit you can be right now. Dorky respectful and self aware and kind and funny. But you're also funny in a way that kind of annoys me because it's like okay. Well all right to steal the show. I mean you're like incredibly funny. Thanks pains me to say that they have one single funny talking to people like the reaction you on the first black was like she's hilarious and i'm like i know and they're like miranda us together like you bring out a funny side like you're just fun to hang out with you know what to say that warms my heart and i during the pandemic i feel like i'm very grateful that your love life is iraq. Because i'm to hang out with you. It's such. It's crazy. Because the last time i was with you i'm actually i'm jealous of you because we were both talking about being on riot and we were talking about dating stories and stuff and now you're all happy and have someone and i'm still exactly where i was when we did the last podcast. You know what's crazy about the guy that i'm dating. I tried really hard to set him. Up with you really. Yes no like because we met during the pandemic he was thirty. He's a critical care. Veterinarian has also a sponsored professional rock climber. And he's just the nicest kindest most honest funny dream boat. And i don't i don't do boats. I do narcissists and guys that are secretly married and have secret families i was like i just was like this is to healthy for me. I'm i'm gonna screw it up like is perfect for you. I mean yeah. I also can do some human medical care. That means crazies given me a couple. Iv's after some nasty hangovers in that video sent of your legs was he was that really them. Yeah no i mean. I'm emotionally numb. But not physically and i had a crazy dog fight. Situation happened in my home. You know when you have big fosters that happens from time to time you know. They got confused. There were workers who cares always gonna defend violent dog And it was going after my girl..
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"Out the show november eighteenth. Well how about that balance. I tell you something by first. Ever feature set. The first time i ever featured was probably fifteen years ago at a venue in Royal oak called the magic bag. That's wrong okay. The magic was out the bears his wife. There's a venue called the comedy castle. That's where i did that. But then there's also a theater in detroit called the magic bag. Which i have done i remixed them and the point is come see us at the only sanely named venue in the detroit area called the music albeit neither of those places. I promise there will be no magic. And no bags. I'm doing two shows on november twentieth at the pantages theater in minneapolis..
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"You could go to stay home. Look at the witchcraft people. E there's also a boston. What about going to the front of the cheers. Is that worth it. Where they shot cheers. I need data about what you're saying. That was not interesting when people when cheers was show. I see coy upset. The again nothing against them. I mean everyone's needs to make a living but what do we do. Get some baked beans. I would get. I would go down to get to the lobster. Stop and get a lobster. Roll okay where. At what hotel did we recite clamps. I know lobsters Donna quincy okay. It's secret you go down there. The secret you mean it's a mafia. That'll make a difference. If thing it could become expanded like it could change lives of the guy that runs that place we post them annoying content being like a clam to make a bunch of prostitutes. Maybe that you could do that. Good there's good one on. The north shore clam shack. But this place. This is where my dad goes. 'cause it's cheap you go down is by the bridge and quincy all right lobster stop. It's next to the fireplace store in this little strip mall. There's a story that only sounds fireplaces usage. I said going into a different place texted you the picture me. I mean i could go on to talk about the rest of the tour. Will that was the segment that we call. Unsubscribe from the good for you. Podcast with whitney's friend nick in ridgefield connecticut. We added a show at the ritual playoffs overnight. Because they're only a few tickets left for the first show on october eight. They love us. They really love us. The original playhouse is one of those One of the first thing. That comes up when you google ridgefield so i guess there's nothing else to do their except what do you want to do their opiates. I'm doing two shows in atlanta at the center stage theatre on november fifth at seven and ten pm royal oak. We.
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"You know nicole buyer our girl him nominee yes. It's true i want you know that. I'm wearing a posture core sued. And i've never had worse posture literally laying do look. It hurts so bad of a you. Look you have been going in and out energy wise today there. I feel i thought it was. Maybe a little blood sugar thing could be. Yeah i didn't eat. Where would the course do do see that. Your feet are holding you. Just i mean it feels like you have my spanish so you have to use lyngdoh you have to use. Your feet is kick stands so wait. So this is to correct your. It's just you know we. We work in so many weird situations. It's gonna keep me like this when i drive here. I don't wanna like i just nervous. She already got a lot going on. I can't be slouching hunchback of notre dame also but where the i have where our posture. We had posture correcting bras. Yeah you backpack thing. I have one of those. But i don't think it works as good as like it. It hurts Muscles right in your back and chest muscles really quick. You guys these. This is marina costco's fan base. Let's stop talking about geriatric issues here So before we get to our huge famous icon. Let's talk about. Some random cities will be going to that. You probably don't live in where. I'm going to peddle my yuks. We're gonna pedal sucks. We're we're going i. We are one month away from the kickoff of the touch me. Stand up tour. We're going to the sunshine state. Huck mike and say that. Sunshine state anytime i think of sunshine. I just think of like changing We're we're near the cova cavill of america. Florida florida florida. Fired out of going. We're going to be in punt september tenth. We saw the first show. We're doing his second show at the ponte vedra concert hall and then we'll be in clean water but before would not what i'm done because we're near the clearwater september eleventh two shows the capitol theatre. Come see us before your state sinks into the orange juice. yeah do. Are you ready to go to forty. Never been there. You know. that's orange juice comes from. We're gonna follow those cities with myemma. It's a miami. That is the one that is not sinking into the ocean oklahoma. Myemma home we're going to be at the buffalo run casino september eighteenth. We're going to go the route sixty six inch iron motorcycle museum. That seems like the hot spot for dinner. I quit quickness to hobbies motorcycles. Anyone know vintage iron motorcycles plastic by my uncle. Potato it on a motorcycle. But i'll go anyway this the weekend after that. We're going to be in a place called. Sal we abi spo- we're supposed to call it slow which this open is playing the free month theater. September twenty fourth. If you're in northern cal drive down. 'cause sacramento is that we sold out the september month theater fremont free novel. Lock those doors baby. Bubblegum alley is a place that we're going to be going and so you you told me about bubblegum alley. And i looked it up and i've never been more angry by a photo. Emily stormed off in a rage. This is a place where a bunch of people just go put their used gum on wall. So i can't think of place. I'd rather be white. People definitely thought about pants and where the delta variant was developed. Nobody else tomorrow. World be like you see that thing. That's not ruin much this. Let me put my spit on it. ooh merchant. You spit on it..
"miranda" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
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"miranda" Discussed on Plan B Success
"Have miranda michelle with us today all the way from florida and miranda is someone who believes him stillness meditation energy blueprints and finding yourself among all these. That's what we want to focus on today. She what she calls human design is the she called and bill hear about it from her as to what she does and how the people really benefit from it. So welcome random..