17 Burst results for "Mom Anna"

"mom anna" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"mom anna" Discussed on Words Matter

"And these leaders and like those on this stage. You honored today. They all have one thing in common with you. Liked the past. The future leaders of this country and this world will not be born to the blood of kings and Queens. But the blood of immigrants and pioneers. It is now now your tar. You'll have the opportunity to be doctors and nurses therapists lawyers accountants. Social worker soldiers journalist law enforcers business people teachers and more and in those vital professions. Your contributions can be enormous. You can help them. Save LIVES PROVIDE PROSPERITY RECORD. History prevent disease trained young minds. It was your grandparents and your parents who defended this country. Who built this country? Who brought you this world and a chance to live the American dream will your generation do as much for your children. You know you must. Every generation will be tested and given the opportunity to be the greatest generation and so two at the University of Massachusetts Boston graduates of two thousand and two. You were born to be players. Extraordinary blessing called life so climate ladder of success and working live in comfort. And enjoying yourself. You've earned it. And that is the American way. But please do this world one small favor remember the people struggling alongside you and below you. The people who haven't had the same opportunity the same blessings the same education twelve children. Today are shot then. The streets of America more of died from bullets in the past eighteen years. Then we lost the war. The and the correlation between poverty and drugs and gangs and death is overwhelming staggering numbing. All of us in Government Corporate America labor unions churches synagogues mosques and yes. Median must teach cajole insisted. Our children finished school. Learn a skill. Hold a job get married and then have a baby. In that order we all know extraordinary individuals who have succeeded against all the odds. Look them but it sure is better for any baby to have a loving mom anna loving dead of the creation and throughout the education of rearing their child we are serious about being the world's premier economic military and moral in the world. We have no choice we will need of all of our children contributing and prospering. We can build more prisons and we can put more police on the street but unless we instill in our young the most basic social skills and cultural and moral values we will live in a very different society we motivate inspire yes insists our children truly respect other. Love THY neighbor as thyself. We must do everything in our power to make sure schools are meaningful skills are learnable and jobs are available. No matter what profession do you must try even the smallest ways to improve the quality of life of children in this country no matter what your political philosophy reached down from that proverbial ladder and see. If there isn't a child you can pull up to some are some are only some are uneducated. Most have little control over their fate. Give them a hand. Give them a chance. Give them their dictate. We must teach our children. They are never never entitled but they are always always loved. There is indeed a very simple truth. No exercise is better for the human heart than reaching down to lift up another. That is your charge. That is your opportunity defending and protecting our freedom and caring for our children. That's what I believe. It means me a member of the class of two thousand and two of Umass Boston for the good evolves. Please build a future. We can be proud. You can do it but please get busy. You only have twenty three hundred weeks before you'll be eligible for social security wonderful. Take care of one another. Be careful tonight. Thank you Celtics. I hope the Red Sox don't break your heart again and of course go beacon..

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"mom anna" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"mom anna" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Us Americans of the diagram to show the right choices the shower Ramsey personality number one bestselling author Anna is with us Anna is in right but she is in Texas hi ana how are you I wanted to speak with you today Sir how can we help I'm a Christian I think Donna mom Anna can't stylist and I just want you I want to ask you how high the probability of me becoming a like a YouTube star or Instagram start making my own YouTube channel with hair styling okay so first I want to ask you Anna when you say star what do you mean by that what you wanna be a star maybe like maybe maybe making money out of you know businesses here yeah yeah okay Sir so I think that's great I think when you're looking at YouTube as a platform specifically I'll speak to that since that's what you asked about you just need to think about exactly what problem you're solving for your customers and in the world of you to what problem are you solving for your viewers like why should they tune in because all day every day you're customer your viewer is that their brain is wired for one question which is what's in it for me why do I care so your content on your YouTube channel should speak to that so so what are you doing to your you to ten are you showing them how to do update do you use on your own without paying expensive prices are you showing them how to do a blow out less than five minutes are you showing them how to cut their husbands here when they're at home their husbands grown Afro because they can't get their while James these are things I'm so I don't know why I even took a late date has no idea what I'm talking about right now you know you've got an opportunity right now and it just to do tutorials for wives that need to cut their husbands here because their husbands gone Afro and he's still trying to do zoom calls Matt writes here's very thing he won't let me cut to tell this person.

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"mom anna" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"He's doing meal replacement shakes and quite literally working her kardashian but off using resistance bands in her super cool home gym but we love that she interesting still do grab mcdonald's from time to time fellow new mom anna kournikova went from this to this twenty two weeks after having twins she's spending lots of time working out so is dancing with the stars kim hers urbina who's using her babies weight the fortyoneyearold also the hospital now she's doing pilates and dance card kelly clarkson dropped thirty seven pounds clean eating kelly had a thyroid issue since two thousand six but credits the book the plant paradox for getting her back on track the best part zero exercise it's not a secret i just read a book and it's called the point paradox you look amazing though well it's basically about rethinking everything we eat processed foods spray our food so it's it's really it's a really great book that changed my life but i'm not saying it will change yours it changed my life but i'm not saying it'll change yours this celebrity and i know you're gonna go out and buy this book paradox you can get it on amazon the biggest reason i named them i d bag was for that headline again khloe kardashian got bikini ready in just three months like ratty after birth yeah but then within that there is so much more to poke fun at i mean they literally were like and so and so who was it anna cornucopia baby used her babies is way oh no that wasn't annakournakova i don't know anyway like you know like this mom figured it out she just had to use your baby's weight and she literally is holding a child under each armpit yeah and it's doing squats like battle reality easy and also the plan paradox book don't even get me started with kelly clarkson like you know to get started we got you can be healthy there's no quick fix and you can be healthy without spending eight hours in the gym or starving yourself or cutting in the case of the plant paradox cut i'm not saying like we could talk about the plan paradox as a book you know and there are benefits and things and it's based on some actual science but like many self help books and like gimmicks it sort of oversimplifies everything but it's this notion that like you you need to be extreme in order to be healthy right or that you need to hit the gym all day long in order to look like you did before you had a child but you just gave birth to it acumen being and it's okay yeah like also it's it's not necessary like just the pictures of khloe kardashian body are so disturbing to me because she waste trains yes and so she has this tight which basically means she's she's diff disfiguring herself she's deforming her body because she's squeezing like everything in the middle and then consequently she's got i i'm pretty sure she's had butt injections right well one can look at her side profile and it's here in the entertainment tonight clip and that doesn't look like something that's found in doesn't look normal and so i just i hate that like actual women go around thinking that they need to like strive and i do this i fall victim when i see like so and so's doing this new diet plan i just spent a bunch of time reading about intermittent fasting because that's the new craze i f i f was called intermittent fasting you just made that up okay sixteen referring it yes sixty eight sixteen hours off eight hours on you eat for eight hours and like everything i just said there's some like lit they have a kernel of truth and then they blow it way out of proportion and make it seem like it's this miracle wonder thing when an actuality there are no easy answers to being healthy and there's not one size fits all well here's the thing about khloe kardashian and spending all that time in the gym ultimately she's trying to make a buck bradley trying to sell the waste trainers she's trying.

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"mom anna" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"And you know she's screaming or tall twister the dad's like it merriment of penn like you do have to be careful with those things so yeah that was after my i had already recovered from my favorite escalator so like i'm just trying to see the video of the one that like the top bit collapsed in hawaii both fell no i'm so glad i haven't this is like two years ago and it's really not funny just having a reaction it was a mom anna kid top 'cause you know it's like a top it's flat yeah right before flat part collapsed fell in were there and that metal is just so it's like something about those teat yeah like scary not natural oh i'm sorry for where this went i took that in a dark direction susan's turn share the history of something tell us all these like nice stories and we've talking about people getting mauled it is funny though i mean they were giving cognac and smelling salts out at the top because people were so disoriented and then you think of what people do on them now like half the time people are like i used to like put my shoe others like a little brush she looking thing on the side shoeshine oh my my out there that's how the kid got shoeshine or like sit on that on the the handle the handrail because that moves at the same time with the stairs and then tried like keep your feet up so that's how that's that's so you wanna polling now wondering of fear though like how did you go from fear to dare to know why was i was probably like a daredevil when i was younger and then like you know you realize how many ways you could die in accidents and stop doing this shit now i'm scared.

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"mom anna" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"Yeah of course you do he's like duh mirrored so the sign is matt hornets gps coordinates she basically tells them in the picture where the lifeboat is and she she happens to be in chinatowns francisco eighteen eighty one own the thing it says don't comb yeah and the bottom the last message on is don't come he's like screw yeah he's like i'm going his like we're all going so they go to gps coordinates and they're like i don't think it's here you know anything could have happened to it in one hundred years we don't know and then all of a sudden you get the beep beep and wrapped in a bunch of vines and bushes hey there's the lifeboat left for them by jia one hundred thirty years ago and of course the batteries dead and his damaged from the gun fi nullis other stuff and so you know connor rufus get to fixing it and rufus has a moment of self doubt and he's worried about ge and he can't really go on and connors like dude do the thing you gotta you could not going to get back if you don't you told me take emotionality remember remember okay if went on the they went on and fixed it they get the lifeboat up and running and they get it charged up to about seventy eight percent and they're like all right screw it going and our heroes jumping the time machine and away we go to san francisco eighteen eighty five eighty four eighty five somewhere in there and we get the fabulous does there and they're wondering around chinatown looking for the photography studio with the picture and they happen to find it and they start asking the daughter the little a'daughter that's their questions she speaks english and she's like i don't know her we've never seen her you know the my father you know my father take took this three or four years ago you know kinda thing a lot can happen in three to four years and like wait years he's she could be anywhere and the daughters acting fishy he's acting funny and so they're louis she's like she starts looking in the back in in the back hey look who else's their lucy's mom anna nncholas and jessica oh very awkward very awkward so basically emma's looking to kill lucy and of course.

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"mom anna" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Get a divorce and you're married because in the judge looks at all of the assets including joint accounts and makes a determination ah who's gonna get what at that point but you've got nothing here you just got a roommate legallyspeaking so when you get married then yes i strongly come con uh beg people too to combined their accounts you know let's combine our accounts but until you're married legally and you don't buy a house together either okay don't do that because same thing you're forming a general partnership then and you're not to do you know seventy three pages a partnership documents so if the partnership goes bad from a legal perspective the entity owning the house is a general partnership you follow me yeah but when you're married all these holder from settle laws apply and you've got all these other protections and processes and i can just tell you twenty five years it on financial coaching i've seen a bush zillion masses of people living together and trying to act like their legally married in terms of how they handle their assets and so forth get yourself in a mess but just keep everything very separate i mean you can have a uh an agreement that we're going to both put exnumber dollars into the grocery budget or whatever i don't care so you know to fight over the man as that's mom anna is no that's my men as i don't want to get you into that but in all that's my mustered during in there now that's not what i'm trying to do but it's but still let's not have combined ownership and things when we're not married it's going to get your in trouble please don't do that please don't do.

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"mom anna" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

Freedom 95 Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

"Get a divorce and you're married because then the judge looks at all of the assets including joint accounts and makes a determination ah who's gonna get what at that point but you've got nothing here you just got a roommate legally speaking so when you get married then yes i strongly come con con uh beg people too to combine their accounts you know let's combined are counts but until you're married legally and you don't buy a house together either okay don't do that because the same thing you're forming a general partnership then and you're not to do you know seventy three pages a partnership documents so if the partnership goes bad from a legal perspective the entity owning the house was a general partnership you follow me yeah and but when you're married all these holder for settle all supply and you've got all these other protections and processes and i can just tell you twenty five years ago and financial coaching i have seen a brazilian masses of people living together and trying to act like their legally married in terms of how they handle their assets and so forth get yourself in a mess it just keep everything very separate i mean you can have a a an agreement that we're going to be both put exnumber dollars into the grocery budget or whatever i don't care so you have to fight over the man as that's mom anna is no that's my men as i don't want to get you into that but all that's my mustered during the not that's not what i'm trying to do but it's a but still uh let's not have combined ownership in things when we're not married uh it's going to get you in trouble please don't do that liege don't do it the senator married uh uh.

"mom anna" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The rest of us and yet trapped yeah only till the contract plays out a home and then she could have the real dirt um imagine her book uh i know a guy that no the guy yeah serious okay here's a new here's a new maloney at their effort almost all of them i'm conservatives are spreading a story that money trump had to fight off voodoo demons in the white house conservative and christian broadcasters pushing a dubious claim that malania trump refuse to move into the white house until the demonic spirits were removed which is where she was moving in with a demonic spirit correct here is my question at it like a chicken situation was it earning sage yeah well how exactly tell me it was a coincidence that jared kushner's building is six six six to tell me it's a that they bring somebody up from knowledge put the cree cree what happened um who is this pastor in radio host paul somebody when the president allowed 40 past to come into the white house in annoyed him with oil to lay their hands and pray on him seven times he's done this that is unheard of the first lady in that five hours when the obamas in the trumps went to the move our neighbors the transition uh malania said to her husband i'm not going to go into that white house unless has been completely exercised another christian broadcaster claimed there were demonic and i'd allowed objects in the white house which he blamed on the clintons obviously either the blacks that we're in there or the clintons but clearly they will i manek spirits i thought they probably thought if we say obama that we've gone too far away it will just go back a notch blame it on the clintons we just can't we can't say that a black guy was doing that's just two two on the knows all malania mom anna jerod mayo your laura away to escape that two jio i just tried so few dreams left wanna see her repelling out of the white house to lawn rope bedsheets tied together yes old school can't yeah yeah there you short texting muller and say hey you wanna share a career that set of the papers exactly.

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"mom anna" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A secret world were art masterpieces far held in warehouses never to be seen by the public but those with a deepest pockets used the market to move billions in a highstakes game of hide and see how exactly does the art world help the super rich stay rich from panama to picasso next up on one day who when a coming up tonight at eleven yes it's raining allied and there is a north bay flash flood watch through six tomorrow morning also a wind advisory for the entire bay area also threw six rain is heavy around most of the bay area and it will stick around overnight with strong gusts of wind specially at the coast and in the hills tomorrow a chance of rain before ten a m than showers expected after ten tuesday night things will start clearing out and wednesday we'll have a partly sunny day this is kqed fm it's ten thirty one this was forum on michael krasny depending on your point of view jellyfish you're either a throat the thing of beauty or an unimpressive sack of gu but surely roald fills us in our otherwise transparent picture of jellyfish in their mysterious waves in her new book spineless the science of jellyfish and the art of growing a backbone among jellyfish is notable traits they can age both forward and backward they produce some of the world's deadliest toxins and julie will joins us and thank you for being with us at such a pleasure to be here well they are fascinating creatures and uh you know the things that i've learned from your book are exciting to talk about but let's talk about first with guy you excited about jellyfish this book is also a personal odyssey i mean of science writer and combing kinda from the academy into the natural world itself and its chair yeah i am i did have my ph devotion science that then i kinda slipped off the academic track as i became a mom anna life and moved to central texas where i was landlocked and um and that i did have an ira textbooks for a long time and then i kind of had the a.

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"mom anna" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The natural world says forum on michael krasny depending on your point of view jellyfish year either a threat the thing of beauty or an unimpressive sack of gu but surely roald fills us in in our otherwise transparent picture of jellyfish in their mysterious ways in her new book spineless the science of jellyfish and the art of growing a backbone among jellyfish is notable traits they can age both forward and backward they produce some of the world's deadliest toxins and julie were will joins us and thank you for being with us at such a pleasure to be here well they are fascinating creatures and you know the things that i've learned from your book are exciting to talk about but let's talk about first with got you excited about jellyfish this book is also a personal odyssey i mean of science writer and going kind of from the academy into the natural world itself and its chair yeah i am i did have my pitch devotion science but then i kinda slipped off the academic track as i became a mom anna life and moved to central texas where i was landlocked and um and that i did have and i wrote textbooks for a long time and then i kind of had good fortune of being able to write a few popular science articles for um well in this case what got me into jellyfish was national geographic and um i was actually though on in the what the story was working on was won by elizabeth colbert is an amazing science writer and she was working on a story about ocean acidification which is you know along with carbon dioxide in the atmosphere from burning fossil fuels along with it warming our planet it doesn't another thing in the ocean which is that carbon dioxide mixes with water informs this week acid carbonic acid in that's acidifying.

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"mom anna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The best moments are often the ones you don't plan for that is what anna freeman discovered when she sat down with her eightyearold daughter briana if you could ask me anything in the world but let it be too late unicorns i do do you think unicorns are real we'll they're not technically real but they're real on my mind can i ask your question yes what is europe sessions unicorns kiel in they have horns so they cut tax their police bullies that's something is been experiencing lately he s at school pupil of st matthews hate me in putting their hands on me at this tough experience the girl that spin bowling you how does she make you feel she makes me feel like are more ghost a get mad iit sad a map the person that i was what do you mean by that after scheuble ye i did have a smile on my face why do you think she's seeing listening things because his maybe she wanted attention but maybe she doesn't care home if you were in this situation how would you feel i would feel exactly like you were pretty much twins pretty what's have you ever experienced the bully when miami was in high school freshman year i was bullied did they oliver hurt you as china be brave and tell everybody in the world didn't bother me but deep down inside a dead it made me feel like i was nothing will your some theme them me any or something any i love you more than a unicorn in i really love you to close i'm not laughing over here self i feel like you're the best maman world makes me happy from prieta freeman with your mom anna in chicago that conversation will be.

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"mom anna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The best moments are often the ones you don't plan for that is what anna freeman discovered when she sat down with her eightyearold daughter briana if you could ask me anything in the world but let it be jewish unicorns i do do you think unicorns area we'll they're not technically real but they're real on my mind can ask your question yes what is europe obsession unicorns dickey inapp horns so they cut attack there police bullies that's something is better experiencing lately he s at school pupil stave that they hate me in putting their hands on me if this tough experience the girl that spun bowling you how does she make you feel she makes me feel like i'm were ghost a get mad sad a map the person that i was what do you mean by that after scheuble ye i didn't have a smile on my face why do you think she seeing with me things he cut his may be she wants attention but maybe she doesn't care home if you were in this situation how would you feel i would feel exactly like you were pretty much twins what's have you ever experienced the bully when miami was in high school freshman year i was bullied did they ever hurt you as china be brave and tell everybody in the world that no didn't bother me but deep down inside a dead it made me feel like i was nothing will your something the me any or something in me i love you more than a unicorn in i really love you recall i'm not laughing over here self i feel like you're the best manila what makes me happy briana freeman with her mom anna in chicago that conversation will be archived in the american folklife center at the.

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"mom anna" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"In essence he was kinda told me what that was to lead the world and it was kind of like a caste system even amongst the drivers they was attained speaking drivers did was polls drivers that was i drivers and they had their children there too and there was kind of like a ladder or who got ahead of hall to drop their loads at the gate so they decided the drivers some of them got along some didn't sums were more friendly than others to have a game well since all the kids were there they will had the kids play kind of like they would have them poxy jumper everybody had a son i was only girl sir my dad asset in a truck and that will look got the wind and i saw what was going on and my dad look kind of sad over the fact that he had a girl so i looked at him as it were i can do that you such k soon supercharge girl i said well they will know it can be ahead it's my dad put his head on my head and i salute a door open in had shut down on the truck that was pretty tall from my age that cabrera lane some kinda like waited my turn is the knocked down in the smack down lynagh on in on in by leah i was next up well i'm with a left jab right cross in once it at belly in my dad always tell me about the glass genes in the gulf woulda abdomen go for the diaphragm and then come come back and follow it would and down the kid with in the next game and the next key and we made our place in line we no longer had to wait at the back we will always allow to be the first in line the guys couldn't beat me but anna on the bus anna has wonderful stories of gratitude wonderful stories about her remarkable growing up tell me about your mom anna well mahamud my mother was hullah might with one a harlem might laid race me and she had poor eyesight in she attended hunter college in 1929 very fairskinned so again the way of the world.

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"mom anna" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Mom anna be an from be hello everyone my name is dimitrius i am one of the founding partners and member of the atlas elite entertainment team now this is eager indications iin one of the founding parties in member at the pump at his elite entertainment welcome to all of those listening to this process that we hope will be interesting inflammation and pain official all move the innocent ice from around the world l fraud crew i'm also found your partner in member of what go route taste he host take power brockett to improve the to the industry are from around the.

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"mom anna" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Hi how are you better than i deserve what's up well our her not long ago and you were speaking about life and how whole life never under third how or where that is a true um i believed i believe better ordered out beacon whole life than ended up buying power clinton could not reach kid i'm hurry universe of power from her mom anna it probably by half of not three care wonder konta who can uh huh where you pay for ten years yep i did that with not older here a power he only twenty thousand for her kushner standard the reason you believe this is what you're it's what you've been sold okay but let's walk let's walk through it for a minute okay the two kinds of insurance as you mentioned there's cashvalue insurance from their term insurance earned term insurance on average runs about one 20th the cost of whole life or cash out your insurance that words you could about that same policy instead of spending one hundred dollars you'd you'd a month or whatever it was was to use 100 really an example than you'd spent five dollars a month so what does the extra ninety five dollars that you're going to um what does it go to okay well i goes to build up i savings.

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"mom anna" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"As not he at than some of the confidence and some of the stability mom anna reverse but not yet damaged tried it and that we need for him to be successful outgoing republican senator bob corker is not backing down on some reason comments critical of president trump appearing on nbc's meet the press the tennessee republicans jiang on sunday i stand by the comment made at the time i don't like comments like that without thinking i chose the words ask stand by those words corker is the chairman of the senate foreign relations committee he announced last week he's not running for reelection when his term ends next year the us supreme court beginning a very busy term today on the docket during this term cases involving samesex weddings scorched betting and cell phone privacy now one of the cases the case of a colorado cake bakers refusal to baker cake for a gay couples wedding in that case the baker claims making the cake for the couple violates his religious principles but the couple claims that's no grounds for what they see as discrimination the court will also take up the issue of whether the federal government can prevent new jersey from allowing sports betting at casinos in race tracks the court will also rule on whether the government needs a warrant to get data that they could use to track movements of a cell phone user and the major league baseball regular seasons over tomorrow the playoffs start with the american league wildcard game the yankees versus the twins for usa radio news i'm chris barnes investing is a longterm process how many times can you think of in the last decade that the stock market has destroyed retirement funds for people just like you and me for your existing ira you need the security that gold is provided for centuries remember gold has never then worth zero capital gold would like to introduce.

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"mom anna" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"mom anna" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"And then finally i was just getting ready to i i told on my kids i talk to god i talked to everybody but i hadn't talked to my mom okay and i thought it would be hardest on her to understand the issues specially that her age and all that kind of stuff and so one day i was i have some offroad vehicles in them up on top of a mountain and i'm sitting in the offroad vehicle and other no one time to call mom anna caller up and i said on you know i think i'm going to tell you something that i think will bring us closer together she loves to hear that my god what you know i said you know one and told with a story about all of the things that that i had been through about those tabloid things that there's a lot of truth to them even at that time what i i told her uh i was pretty sure i was going to transition um but of course then your mother it's your mom all my god what did i do wrong and i got here it goes okay mom you did absolutely nothing wrong how could i didn't know mom the world didn't know why would you know i was very good at hiding i was a professional i want all those years never vodka once i'm proud of that what they're from walking around and hotels doing this and that i i'd never never a couple of times close calls but never got caught in a and never got out and certainly nobody ever got a picture and so i said i was very very good at hiding and it's not your fault bombed this is just kind of how you're bore i don't know anything about this in the for the next week it was you know talk every day saying mom it's okay it's okay it's okay and she started going online in in a given a reading material and get audit she's like have quit study and within within by the time the spc came along which was she came down for that that was the first time she was actually zulus in idaho and that was the first time that she was going to meet little kaitlan and she came in the door.

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