24 Burst results for "Motherinlaw"

"motherinlaw" Discussed on I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship

I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

13:33 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on VUX World

"The boys side is cut us this reese simplification the condition of experience when you sit down to watch something generally thomas on the spectrum of you are the know exactly what you wanna look all or what you're looking for or you don't really have a play but you know you wanna be tight and we say somewhere in the studies are in studies look at once and the bbc look at some other people somewhere in between about sixty ninety percent of the time you'll sit down and you'll know what you want to watch 'em on the goal then it's trying get you there as quickly as possible and then the time you kind of have a general idea that you want something to entertain you but you ready nice then it's a different story i think what's really interesting is you guy and you look at those people they know what they want to watch quite a lot of the time you may not know exactly what is cold or you know it's not shy of his own on sunday night and you know how such and such an actor at 'em on when we really salim what i kind of thought known each graph patrick was talking about really comes into its i is having the understanding of entertainment content this wider than just a title 'em oh why didn't just says night on being able to then have somebody say something into the microphone they'll deliver them to adopt these so called side of is really k and we really see that coming back three when you talk to people about their experience that's one of the things like ready ready bali is a brief simplification old shortcuts accountant a patch office describes bob says it's just one whole 'em through apple more complicated in suffice generally driven by clemson top scores and things that make sense from a technical pointing a paper about consumer pointing at v dot com if people outside of outside of working in industry don't really understand why things in son buckets of washing the structure does they all 'em so yeah i mean it's kind of reciprocation recent professions reading one of the key things that it does well the remote control is an absolute nightmare of a device to use any way isn't it you know potter you talking about that around someone i two percent of people say john the remote control have you ever tried actually china do that at all the cable gillette out differently and you're gonna schools in one indiscreet either if you've got a big fifty five inch tv we'll take it all dish go into the screen got a it's funny i mean you even say they say all sorts of things in there i control spicer kind of like devices that you could points and based on how you may be able to me say i across the screen but there's nothing more simple then just press the button to speak into somebody called me up the stay awake would build a gun just describe what you want maybe ashley came on so many questions he talks a lot of people let us do you think the remote control is how the it's all his way irish or do you think even voice that are still gonna have a glass it's interesting for me my 'em week off unfortunately i mentioned a fifty five inch tv i after selling a fifty five inch tv when we moved outlaw slot because he wouldn't fit no front room in the house so i'm no good a smaller tally but we have to get a new one and we did some someone comes with this 'em the remotest tiny it's like it's a tiny little strip and all it's gone which is microphone but another top a little circle with compressed up down left and right in the middle to go press go some volume boston's channel channel down and a pause button and that's basically all god and it comes with another anymore which is like you know full of all the buttons and all that kind of stuff but i haven't ever even used that so i try news device funnily enough we've got the virgin a setup books which is got tivo and it used to be a voice a control fault i find in tv content as you know out he won't support bbc see see babies unemployment in august you'd never have used it more tomorrow but even when i'm not using not the remote control itself is now slim down to the the all i really needed to move up down left all right oppress cool basically in volume that's pretty much it also taught justin like you do still have a daily no no so in the tv now and it's actually under saying i was west a provider when i first moved air france that actually put in a tire keyboard on the remotes which is that solve the sort of the problem you're talking about gang but now a it's interesting because my remote per my tv is just the typical remote a i don't use the voice all that off and on the tv because it's in france and it just does not understand my accidental at all a play when my lights i recently in fact bod hey removed from my lights i've been using voice all the time but i find the voice in some situations so is already read it or mode in some situations is it better use a off ten when my wife is sleeping and i don't wanna wake her up i'll just use a remote to quickly turn off the lights or when i first got home this is a reason why about it i have a long hallway when i first answer and instead of screaming down the hallway turned on the lights i'll i'll just use that remotes or a gambler bright in the lights which is something that i find is always a little tricky today with voice what the current setup so i still think the remotes have some a uses especially because you have that type title all feedback sometimes which is always really nice a but definitely i think this is what we talk about all the time with voice is that voice is in for everything a boy says good for something then what it's good for it's really good for and what is not good for we shouldn't try and shoehorn and the voice just because we want everything to be on boys let's see what voices best stock and let's just really make that really good and what do you think punch it in challenging the remote is coming to an end and the ultimate they the micro being the tv's with albany's and i think it's still a place no i mean i think from from my point of view i think that there's a bicycle exists 'em i think there's this like you say let's just use cases where actually pressing boston still makes much more sense trying subject something through center ice 'em unsaturated ready like you sorry it's let's let's use the best technique and the best technology in the best implementation spelt do they toss the consumer wants do us in in the simplest and on easiest way for them 'em i know some some think that just because it's salacious crisis shiny thing 'em might satellites really difficult again 'cause the wrong time i think i was one interesting thing we've seen is since we we first launched inflation at an annual feature that's become really popular is what we call command and control and this is effectively using you know voice on the remote control supplies style skip forward all that kind of stuff and that does rudy you know some very motivations that thirty five forty percent of all clearance arch on come on for things like you know looking for a channel it makes absolute sense because you know there's so many channels and nobody knows the numbers anymore and it's you know estee in hd and all these mergers so where do you make sense but also un idea this journey where it tanked today but i assure you the voice service to do something that would be easier to just press the button so i find myself recently turning off the cv using poetry at the press a button and then go off one but little turtle they were like you're 'cause i'd i'd say pretending the tv on and off i use voice will be ninety five percent of the time because it's it's one of those things you walk into the room and you could say turned on the television you don't have to think of where did i put my control where's it going on what's under the cushion i called find a so some of these some of these other examples of seeing people using things like being else it's an old enough subtitles and that kind of stuff why not really it's something you think maybe i should people would you throw my control stay that maybe this button on it but colston if there is about number my control i'd say it's on go some symbol on it nobody be under stop a so there's just lots of different cases where it's kind of if you have to really look at it and see which is nice deprived preah 'em i think it's it's one of those ira's is well what kind of on the democratic side it's really interesting to look like they use it a voice 'cause i remember when we first started by having we've been talking voice since twenty fourteen but one of the areas the people inside initiatives all night all the people of african they use this is gonna be the kids 'em i'd actually one of the groups is ready in pricing voice is the the older generation they older demographics because if you think about it as you get older she'll be your dexterity becomes less i mean eyesight salsa file 'em and i think when you look at where my control so we just talked about the aussie many boston's although i that just too much where people say see once she goes through the process of helping people understand all voice which is and how it works and how it can help them we see lots and lots of new to the option of continued kind of snowballed affecting in usage also what i think people don't realize well is this older generations my parents generation for example they're already justic controlling their tv by voice it just happens to be twenty years ago it was son daughter coach change yeah that's true i mean i see i've seen my motherinlaw news is whenever she comes around 'em it used to be that because of that slim remotely part that was talking about there's no labels in any of the boltons is just like a black remote so you you don't really norway well those ridi and so should always ask me to put see babies on a little one and i'll just i'll pick it up and just sissy babies and it'll change channel and after i did that for five times i mean she's she's older the older generation but it's not all the lineup is like someone who doesn't reviews voice that much they're gonna nickel and the nazis not at all but simply another example of how once you get used to it you more comfortable doing elsewhere so now you know spit nine more cb's bbc wall and all that kind of stuff and she's kind of using a really interesting i think the other thing that's interesting is that round the personalization of it on how we can use a slide 'cause i think about it when when you make a quick story in having like you'll it's about you a minor say for me or i or explicitly say the it i want something that's been lost me but i see you do and then if you take a step further and you look at some of the supply metrics are out there maybe pot what's the talked a little bit about 'em around how you couldn't identify not necessarily identifying the specific person innovative identifying the type of demographic cincy based on the on the speech 'em it's something where i think we're gonna see a lot of development going forward into making the experience really grand on yeah i actually think the kind of cokes back into the previous point as well around different different groups but i think what's gonna drive this 'em is probably kids actually because kids did you know are are big adopters of voice in center city older older generations you know it's just easier for them to use it because you are just so difficult to navigate marlins and you know my three year old and my five year old conch actually tied to take on the city council might you know those voices works for them but actually are they using by metrics are identified that their kids speaking and there's a couple of things are gonna see recommends can't contact digging sentiments kids kids content but you could also sentiments a kid zones are restarted see customers do this man explore this where you have a a an environment where you're just showing kids content around the net mixture of auto company so you know some you ice today if my kids search for fred you know paul patrol or whatever when i show is finished dope comeback guys on whatever streaming on the tv when i lost turned it off that child's it's gonna be up there right so so it's a news channel they'll comfortable chose some horrific thing happened in summer so that you love the gateway into kid zones and then you know to to limit the content those people confuse those audience 'cause.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"My website and also if you wanna just give fans follow that'd be great leader anything okay okay we of course it's a stephanie says i'm struggling with the pressure just settled down and have children from my peers family and myself i'm in a happy long term relationship and don't necessarily want children right now but i'm feeling confused and conflicted by all the pressure do you have any advice i have a lot of and vice because my husband and i are not having children were child free all it people call childless is if i'm missing something which is kind of offensive yeah i think there's a lottery back there yeah you know i like i said all talk about like my experience and then i'll give some like like specific advice on i think it took me a while to come around to especially as women and i'm sure guys who lives but i don't think it's the same like my husband has not had the pressure that i've had like when you're gonna get 'cause we've been together for almost eleven years and married for six people were like time is ticking yeah you're getting older you're eggs and shit yeah what adam schiff and i always tell people i'm like that's not my only 'em written the only reason i'm on the earth right and i have things and i enjoy and having a child isn't going to increase that for me right i love being an aunt i love you know all my friends one of my friends have kids now to sound like i'm i love being like the crazy weird anthony buys and like baby hugs super not necessary victimless but like i don't have kids exactly so i think that's kind of my my thoughts on it and the fact that like just because other people choose things doesn't mean i have to yeah i have friends who have chosen be lawyers now to me i know i have other friends have moved out of the country because their spouse got a job the boyfriend got a job and like germany yeah so after that sent me my life is lesson because i didn't choose so don't other people's decisions you know change your decisions become people should be free to be you and me now you wanna do that that's great i support that you don't want to that's awesome are you happy where you are great it's good for you not for me yeah yeah and so i think something and it's taken me a while like we knew from the beginning we work and have children i've been with my husband's like twentyfour 'em i think it just having on conversations with people who really matter and you're not everybody everybody from a lady at starbucks will like mentioned like oh yeah so those people are important but like you're mother you're motherinlaw or whatever you could just say like that's not for us now 'em you know but will make decisions based on what we want and right now i'm very happy so thanks for asking yeah we say that were so happy thanksgiving trask game yeah that's yeah i remember taylor swift 'em somebody interviewed her recently said something like so you know now that you're in blah blah blah like are getting married in an advocate and she's like you enough command that so i'm not gonna answer this question i love that yeah wow yeah.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Want wanna debating gotcha all right all right problem friendly after you lady in watchers get one chance right services will drop that gun austin was asked me up on your feet off the hey what is for you to f b i s b are without the kansas f b i like the guy with the days when he when he figured it was the best way to protect you too and you knew all about us from a number of sources including your motherinlaw so you're a hero at try out for nothing well at least you tried and i'm proud of you for the first time you went concerned about money and let this be a lesson to you as mother she if she mr wilson yes technically you claim the reward why there's a five thousand dollar reward offered by the bank for information or action leading to the capture of fred austin five thousand dollars oh sweetie did you hear that five five thousand dollars and all because i arranged things cheapest cheap well irene what have you got to say now read all the money he had stolen will return each he and his wife were brought to trial austin was given a fifteen year sentence in hazel austin was sentenced to five five years in prison.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on Mama Didn't Tell Me

Mama Didn't Tell Me

13:54 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on Mama Didn't Tell Me

"Least company policy like we don't let anybody but employees use the restroom but are you kidding me a girl who thinks she might like come on so anyway so you know we walk around an end as walking around i'm like rubbing my hands because of my hands just feel like super itchy an i get like weird anxiety like physical symptoms so i was like okay you know it's probably just me being like anticipatory of person like straight down whenever an 'em so i don't really think anything about it well so then i went to the bathroom 'cause of course in china drink all the food attract stay hydrated if labor is gonna come in an this says maybe tm i so sorry for anybody who's listening but i looked in the toilet and my year and was like gator eight orange orange gatorade how it's like that unnatural orange oh yeah anes so so i immediately text my friend who's a dula and i was like a what is happening and she was like okay you know tell me what happened when he went to the hospital last night in blah blah so i told her i was like well they gave me some medications you like okay okay that's fine that's probably just like the reaction from that like sometimes that kind of thinking changer you're in color you know just go home get some rest like if it's still that color in the morning give me a call so go home saturday night i have like an emotional breakdown about the fact that i still have this baby and then go to sleep i wake up at like three or four e m in my hands and my feet are on fire you're so i got in the shower and i literally have the water as hot as like in possibly stand it and i am just like standing with my feet like in the running water just almost in so much pain because of how hot the water is but he can't make itching stop and so at this point i'm starting a freak out now suddenly all right something's not right here so goes bathroom but urine still orange so of course by myself it's primarily for him at this point i'm like well i can't call anybody like i can't call the office and be like what the fuck so i get on google 'cause you know of course you do in literally the first results for 'cause like i would always google google like a symptom and then like the number of weeks i wasn't pregnancy so i was like itchy hands and feet orange you're in like thirty seven weeks pregnancy something like that and literally the first headline was like if if you have these symptoms go to the hospital right now oh god so i go into my mom's you know 'cause my momma staying with this i go into the guestroom wake her up and i'm like all right this is what this is what's what it's saying like tell me what i should do she's like all right well call these office tell them what's going on make sure you know you're doing what you do and just let them know like hey this is this is what i'm feeling joined he'd come in so we get these young corners earth on the phone and she's like oh no honey you're just pregnant it's fine like you'll be fine and i was like oh hell no at this point i know something is not right i could feel it in my gut i'm fucking going into the hospital but i can tell you this is not right and she was like all right come on him like will check you but you know i'm telling you this is normal so you know we get everybody in the car my mom's china like calming down just like i promise you should like this is it like you're not coming home from the hospital without a baby this time so we get in get checked they draw some blood work in the same labor and delivery doctor who saw me friday night in sent me home came in then it was like oh no it's ten o'clock sunday morning at this point and she was like i am so glad that you came in and didn't wait until you're wins day appointment because if you had you might have lost the baby oh i don't know if it was from the gulf jones or just because i just developed in general and pregnancy 'cause that's the thing that can happen but i developed coal faceless which is basically you're liver says we can't handle this pregnancy anymore you gotta get this baby oh my god so the reason why my hands and feet or so h e n y you're in west orange is because my liver like literally wasn't processing shit so she was like really glad you came in you know we're gonna have to induce you and blah blah blah so they start the potential and because i was also still only like a centimeter dilated anand so they had to do not protesting first how did do something else first i can't remember what it's called but it's like the pre potatoes and stuff where they like soften often you're cervix to a before they do the potential sentence like a whole so i was like it's like a day and a half processors gars finally get to 'em active labor like i'm writing a contractions but they're air in credibly painful so i asked for an effort early super early end it was actually pretty funny because i was terrified it'd be epidural because it hurts link time i was a kid was like you can't move during her at the daryl 'cause if you move junior epidural like they could hit you're spinal cord blood so i was like terrified i'm sitting on the edge of the bed i'm holding my mom's hands literally her fingers are like turning purple and she's just like locking i mean just like okay you got this whatever an i am sitting on the edge of the table animals like oh my god mom i'm about to pee all over your shoes because my water broke but i felt like the pressure building up before it actually burst and so it felt like i was peeing everywhere and i'm like oh my god i'm so sorry i just beat on your shoes and then my mom look down they're both like no that was just you're amniotic fluid you're that's so that's so interesting that we both had the same experience of are water raking while we were getting that bitter all become i wonder if that is really common i don't know if it was just like the position that you're in you know where you're kind of sitting on the edge of the bed yeah i dunno so yeah so my water broke and then the postseason really started picking up up an epidural was not kicking in like it took on the right side but it didn't take on the left side aunt and come to find out later i was in back labor because she was sunnyside up oh and so she was basically like sitting so far back and then her shoulders were like digging into like my pelvic bone so not only did be epa darrow not even take on the left side at first but then and i put her old don't actually touch back labor so they had come back in duty epidural again in order to get his take on the left side and then because nobody was really talking about like the fact that wasn't back labor and the epidurals don't work so i was like me they give you that little button epidural and i was like pressing not button as austin as the machine with me i think it let's see like do another dose like every fifteen minutes or whatever and i just was like give me the damn button oh yeah those those in a lot of pain end i was still progressing really really slowly contractions were they were picking out but they were just so exhausting after ride because i was in so much pain and at one point i actually had have my husband husband and my mom or my motherinlaw were each taking a turn like digging a single nakal into this like one like pressure point on my back oh as like counter pressure to help take off some the pain yeah so yes it was super painful but i finally got through you know kind of the worst part of that and then i didn't realize it until later but i did not know how to push so so because i had always been told lot of women poop on the table but they don't have to pound the table so it's like okay so i'm gonna try really hard to not put on the table because this is the thing that you are stupid and worry about before you heavy first skin in i was like all so i'm definitely not gonna use those muscles well those were the muscles that you are supposed to you when you're birthing a person so for a long time i was having as pushing really really hard with all the wrong muscles and being really unproductive and literally just like wearing myself out oh i just leaned into the poop like it's gonna happen it's just it's just push right we see i i realized that i wasn't doing it the right way though oh yeah and then so you know we took a break i think heading out for a couple hours 'cause i think i had been like trying to push for hours ansa finally they like gave me like two hours rats and they were like look like if we can you know if we can't get through this like like we're gonna have to start talking about a c section which for some reason in the moment i was like adamant but i didn't wanna do that yeah so 'em they come back in there talking me through like okay push this way push this way finally figure it out after that it didn't take long i think it was only like thirty forty five minutes after that it was it was really funny because i had asked my mom was like okay like what is it actually feel like when the baby comes out in she goes i can't really explain it she's like it feels like blue and she literally said the words bloop bloop mom what what even mean i feel like that many miles later about like i can't described the sensation it's yeah it's blue had but boop boop snow bloop bloop bloop like b l o p o bloop bloop bloop so i push out my daughter and i immediately bust out laughing oh really in the nurses are looking at me like i'm insane they're like she she broke like be exhaustion broke her she's cracked and i look at my mom and i was like oh my god it literally feels like bloop bloop just the sensation of just like the head sliding out and then the shoulders and just sort of everything that just like 'cause you know like once you get past that part it's just all very smooth and fluid and it was very much like if if if you could feel the word the blue blue that's how it felt so good coming out with all the lake hormones and everything else that was going but yeah after after that it was amazing like she she looks so much like my husband as soon as she came out and they later on my chest and i burst out laughing again and this time it was because we had been joking for months like there is no way that are baby what's it's gonna be allergic to dogs because are we have a lab and three sheds everywhere so there's four everywhere and we found it in the weirdest places like well you know she's probably like you know ardian justed sama she'll be fine they later on my chest and literally early on her lips like hanging out of her mouth with a black dog no way yes one hundred percent and i was just like all right well the dog's ear to were all here so yeah it was it was pretty funny an 'em you know i think there were a lot of parts of it that were harder than they needed to be cut is my labor and delivery nurses with her were a lot more or stoic and no nonsense in the doctor was very no nonsense like she did not have time for my emotions on my feelings yeah which i had i was having all of that because i was just such a bad place mentally so i didn't have a great experience but and then of course i had i had some post birth complications that led to a whole big thing with postpartum but my birth without my son was it man it was like night and day how different they were because it was just overall it was a healthier pregnancy i was still sick i was still pretty miserable but i had stayed on my mental health medication so by the time i got to be you know got to be and i was really ready to be done and i still like frustrated that i hadn't given birth but i wasn't like nervous breakdown you know kind of kind of ready so so because of the complications and i had with my first pregnancy i had to be on on medication all through my second pregnancy an we had decided already like from the very beginning that we were gonna do i think it like thirty or thirty nine weeks 'em i was already scheduled and then the friday before he was born apparently my body likes to do things on fridays high went out to dinner with my husband and his family 'cause we had been having issues with my blood pressure oh pregnancy which was odd because i had never had issues with hypertension before for a but it just been kind of slowly climbing and climbing and so we're keeping a close eye on it and then we went up dinner anes i just at the table asserted feeling my blood pressure and my heart rate just like skyrocket and i just something felt wrong men so i got really uncomfortable and i i left the restaurant went home lay down checked my blood pressure at like a cbs on the way home and it was like a hundred and sixty eight overnight like something insane and.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on WTF Crime

WTF Crime

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on WTF Crime

"Back of my car was covered by insurance payments adoptable so if you have adoptable double which paint a picture all right so his dick was doing the thinking for him by his little had finally let the blood flow to his other head and he stands her up an oh how lucky he is what he didn't know at the time peggy sue taken on insurance policy on him that was just enough to cover the cost of her home in any event of his debt so she didn't file bankruptcy in her home now just to finish it three hundred and seventy thousand dollars and it doesn't include you're house new spending should i feel like i have goals now knowing all right but that is not all that happened on february fourteenth having having been stood up by her ex peggy sue gets a little upset okay i'm distracted what 'em you know life insurance policy on anyone know there were still married and divorced had been fine also technically she still his wife so yes i can go out and get insurance policy on you're asking anytime i have a few yes but we have insurance policies on each other for you know important reasons you get lost in the suitcase somewhere a dude insurance payout if you just disappear after seven years will so that's not worth it i gotta make some when we're in when you travel you're american express pays out right americans know we have to deal with this 'cause i need that cash if something happens to you i need to be able to become spendy something happened yet on old they love you marry me look all right so it is suggested that anger peggy sue killed the first victim on february fourteenth nineteen ninety four although never convicted of this murder due to a lack of evidence it suspected on february fourteenth peggy sue that's not her name used to enter the home of eighty six year old norma davis norma did not like her doors but in this case that would never really matter because they think peggy sue was invited in any way how norma doesn't walker doors her daughter since you're court transcripts to peggy sue noon norma davis so as she was the mother in law as a woman who married peggy's his father and they had met on numerous i need fingers of noted this one is so fucking hard to you don't need fingers need like a string of rope tied around so peggy sues father mhm married a woman who is now peggy sue stepmother the bet you kicked her out of the house yes okay with that woman was married to another man before she marry paces father like most of us and that man's mother there is her motherinlaw x mother in law and for some reason so peggy sue step mom's step x motherinlaw new oh my god that seriously how that is so fucking weird all right so they met on numerous occasions on february sixteenth nineteen ninety four no more normal is found in her home after having been dead for two days where would handled utility knife sticking out of her neck in a fully nice sticking out of rich has no there were no fingerprints no excuse me page but no fingerprints no proof money was actually stolen and the only evidence is a bloody nike footprint pointed towards the kitchen in a phone cord that have been ripped out of the wall now on february twenty eighth nineteen ninety four peggy sue knocked on the door june robert she claims she went into a bar a book about controlling drinking problems june that pace to in the house's somebody else no no i wasn't actually saw how did she know this person's gonna have a book on drinking problem what is i know who lets people in you know you don't get questioned that how that she has the doors open weird hey do you like going down the street off mills among doggone it you put your book coming in that's all i need help with that bernie bruce would come to me you're not spending you're boozy musi right animals so june july peggy sue into the house among her back was turned peggy sue unplugged the phone courts and the wall and stuck it snuck snuck up behind june in strangled her with the phone court after june is dead she rifled through the house still to credit cards within our the murder peggy sue that the immaculate shopping center and then at big shopping spree that's just distasteful deliberate in march march tenth nineteen ninety four pacey walked into antique peak store there in hawkins was working in the store and loan and approached peggy sue who is enquiring about picture frames when durant it turned her back paces strangled her with a phone cord she's still five dollars per durant purse twenty dollars and the cash register an hour later peggy sue is back at the temecula more on another ethic shopping with twenty five dollars she's on another ethics shopping service breeding ethics shopping spree still using oh still using june roberts credit cards ghastly all right what peggy sue didn't know was that she only strangled her end to the point where she passed out not to the point of death string some of these hard isn't you are you asking me for yeah that's right you just put people in suitcases offers do not like chicken and all but so during the during they give detective a very good description of peggy sue and the next day story ran in the newspaper with her description but nobody reads newspapers ninety four they might have made me at this point the elderly residents of a gated community a canyon lake where the murders were taking place were seriously worried many of the residents moved out until such time as a murder could be cut other start it sleeping in groups figuring there a safety in numbers we need gave me a drink you cannot drink baltimore but i having bad thoughts about elderly people sleeping in groups where do you go hey my mind is just going oh certainly leaving work i'm better than alcohol so on march sixteenth nineteen ninety four peggy sue pulls up at the homerun derby dora bt eighty seven knocks on the door and asked for directions store and buy tool door invites peggy sue end while she looks from now this neighborhoods like everybody's friendly look when dora turned her back peggy sue kills her and ransacked insects are house where many credit cards within our the murder she's back at the mall another ethic shopping spree but this time she's using doors credit card oh and did i mention she had her boyfriend's five year old son in the call she left in a car wash wink killed during yes weird basically fucked up is that so five year old waited in the car while they killed during the explore really you undergo they're very dorthe explorers her mother apparently i need alcohol has saved eight people starting to follow a suspect that was using june roberts credit card people's police say people you i know you're supposed to write it right so they had already spoken with numerous stores gotten a good description of peggy sue and when they are shopping that same day they followed started following her would they didn't know right away with it they were following the woman who killed dora bb's just hours before so she's still the kid with the cops even followed her home and watch as she unloaded her shopping spree from her caddy she had a cadillac yeah okay they arrested peggy sue while she was cooking dinner for her family then when they searched the house they found shit like bb's credit cards her laundry in a drawer closet full of new closed tags still attached box is a nike air athletic shoes of purple boogie board but people in california oh that's right at thousand dollar mountain bike you know stupid shit suffer years is peggy sue claim she was innocent by reason of insanity white insanity part of that betty all right the little and say we get spending the night before her child knowing a prosecutor was pushing for the death penalty she pled guilty in exchange for life in prison in that is exactly what she got andy has to this day even shown she's not showing answer remorse for her crimes new hope she enjoys their extended stay vacation in prison she's still there and she couldn't run now california's the death penalty no she's not only do anymore but they did say did had issues lebron all right so that wraps up everything we have for what the fuck today i wanna thank everyone for listening and i wanna encourage you just share with family and friends please tell someone you like heck tell someone you don't like just don't tell my mother we would also appreciate it you would leave us a five star review on i tunes or wherever you found us in a comment helps to so more people can find that you can also follow us on facebook spoke at w t f crying on our website w t f crime dot com on her instagram w t f crime podcast and on twitter w t f crime don't don't don't.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on Folklore on the Rocks

Folklore on the Rocks

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on Folklore on the Rocks

"She was very very rigorous south to me a little bit yeah like i wanna i want it now mhm super super overkill that she's like star every kill herself but you know then she's a good match worthy the petulant i'm gonna go on a voyage right now yeah no that's true character i guess that's a good point yeah but i mean she's definitely super shallow and that and i get the feeling that they're both pretty rich so that's worth writing a story about a so others can obviously doesn't know what to do with his money 'cause he's selling the way left and there were yeah and it's like you're the entire trunk full of priceless through these king mhm like i down kid a little bit them definitely reckless and she i just have to nobody nobody comes into they when he comes into the the grotto cavern the image painted of of so industry receiver but that just another name for shiva there with the dripping blood and the severed head and everything that's that's such a cool limit and i know that that's really what sticks with me through this whole story much more than the character directors much more oh yeah this is amazing and like their life flood was the source of the rubies is super interesting in that she was totally mermaid for sure let's not forget about that she's leaving the bottom of the ocean in a palace so like she has to rewrite it qualifies completely in the magic they kind of it was involved with her healy right up with super retouching ahead that's good that's good magic right now really is kind wonder when she did ticket decapitate first that's at least a level for spell andy andy i think maybe maybe higher i dunno i dunno i never play healing is pluses but if my realm and were not that i it yeah i am obstruction like true i mean she probably pissed off sci fi or she that she was one of the principal hindu god's he's like the god of destruction the cool and now he's not like evil or good he's just kind of yeah it's yeah yeah i i again he'll destroyed bad things to israel bad things and also see idea of destruction so the rebirth can happen exactly which should say the notch very much in line with reincarnation cycles and stuff so it's it's really cool yeah you should do more research on if you are interested in that which i think i should do more research on it same at the same time it's just fun to get a little a little taste of it and it gives you contacts the tail which is why they say something but i am curious what would have happened if the boy had touched her but the override rather than the gold one yeah because they they would if he shouldn't bloated herald you know does one represent the sun and the moon or so you know there's a lot to order so this is yeah yeah so i mean it's i'm really interested to know and he took it took them with him from what i can remember like i don't think talked about disposing of certainly he did not take great effort to put the back where she found the i know that much about for a second how this kid is able to jump into whirlpool just leave his boat to draft which in reality that boat would totally be toast right oh reached the bottom of the ocean engine he stole a boat yeah that was his his boat is she never driven from wasn't concerned about that okay so so for our listeners out there maybe some of you would have driven boats but those of you who haven't it's not you know one who knows how to drive a boat it's it's not something you could just do yeah it's it's already on her first order learning curve you're gonna mess it up a couple of times especially if you go backwards just really hard and were talking like well i i've been in like motorized both of those reasons you already seattle yes but yeah so you can't just go steal and boats you can now hear maybe in like acting or something that was like really not that big of about these grow in its sometimes easy to go the direction you don't wanna go he he doesn't seem like a able bodied so you let me know this history glossed over some things that didn't make a whole lot lot lot of hand waving in atlanta by lake it's a fairytale basically so i appreciate it for lake he lives like doing the staff fray all this nonsense ical things jumping in world poll leaving the boat reaching the mayor san unintentionally magically hill somebody and he talks to her unless he like holding his breath through all of that you know i just subscribe to the convenient i'm not drowning if i don't need to be a kind of status it's actually it's it's a trope if you get a lot of fantasy genres 'em when when you're underwater and you need you just have an excuse to not be always drowning are always and forever yeah the the whatever device so still in the same realm is you know animals the connects talk yeah there's a bubble there is a youth story yeah he found a seashell amulet pardon me mentioned suddenly magic happened it's i mean it literally did so i guess it's not too far beyond the realm of belief if magic is already happening in the story that 'em anyway i think is same with him getting married prince sbn like how indicative of how shallow she is she's like oh okay i'll just mary this guy that's on me all these riches yeah you know just like okay mom kind of interesting i dunno i actually really liked this tale i thought it was super fun i mean had immer rates i'm already a hundred percent on board because i love mermaids there's interesting likes the whole like weirdly gory aspect of her blood becoming all these rubies and that's the whole point of the story really origin of them you know if i have i dunno i liked that what do you think i really did like it i thought it was a very colorful story even though it didn't have a whole of logic or traditional i dunno flow to it i thought it was just fun and had some kind of characters in moments 'em end is different from those stories you may hear yeah that's very true i i was thinking the same thing but it's it's kind of a break from what you normally expect yeah you know so i agree cool cool all right so the same same book are saying intel is called a ghostly wife ghostly wife i love a good ghost story it's a ghostly wife once upon a time there lifter brahman who had married a wife who had lived in the same house with his mother near his house the tank on the embankment of which stood a tree on the battles which lifted ghost of the kind called song cini one night the brahmins wife had occasion to go to the tank and as she went she brushed by a sink cheney who stood near on which the she goes got very angry with the woman sees her by the throat climbed into a tree and thruster into the hole in the trunk there the woman late almost dead which fear the ghost but on the flows of the woman and went into the house of the brahman now the brahman nor his mother had any inkling of the change the brahman thought his wife had returned in the tank another thought that it was her daughterinlaw next morning the mother in law discovered some changing her daughter in law her daughterinlaw she knew what is constitutionally weaken languid and took a long time to do the work of the house but she had apparently become quite a different person all of a sudden she had become very active she noted the work of the house in an incredibly short time suspecting nothing new old woman said nothing to hide her son or to her daughter in law on the contrary she in lee rejoice her daughter in law had turned over a new leaf butter surprise became every day greater and greater the cooking of the household was done much less time than before when the motherinlaw wanted the daughter in lots of bring anything in the next room it was brought in much less time then what's quired walking from one room to be other the ghost instead of going into the next room which stretch long arm for ghosts skin linked in or shorten any liam of their bodies from the door and get the thing one day be old woman observed the ghost doing this she ordered her to bring a vassal firm some distance and the ghost unconsciously stretched her hand several yards distance and brought it in the trice be old woman was struck with wonder at the site she said nothing tour but spoke to her son both mother and son began to watch the ghost more narrowly one day the woman knew there was no fire in the house and she also knew that her daughter in law had not gone out of doors to get it yet and yet strange just say the heart and the kitchen was quite in a blaze she's she went in and to her infinite surprise found that her daughter in law is not using any fuel for cooking but have trust in stephen her foot which was blazing brightly deal mother told her son what she had seen and they both concluded the young woman the house was not his real life but she ghost the sun witness those very acts of the ghost which is mother had seen an osha was therefore sent for the exorcist came and wanted in the first instance to ascertain whether the mother was a real woman or ghost for this purpose he lied at a piece of turmeric and set it below the nose of the suppose a woman now this wasn't infallible test as no ghost whether male or female put up with the smell of burnt turmeric the moment alighted turmeric turmeric was taken near her she screamed allowed in the rain in the room it was now plane she was either a ghost or a woman possessed by a ghost the woman was caught hold up by main force an ask to she was at first she refused make any disclosures on which he owes you took up his slippers and begin belaboring her with them then goes said with a strong nasal accident for all go speak through the nose that shameless sank cheney and that shane landed on a train side of the tank that chance scenes to young bomani and took her to the hollow of the tree make has one night she had touched her and then if any person went to the whole the woman will be found the woman was found from the tree almost dead the ghost was again shoe beaten after which process on her declaring solemnly that she was not again do any harm to the bob and any family she was released from the spell of osha and sent away and the wife of the brahmin recovered slowly after which the prominent his wife lives many years happily together and beget many sons and daughters all right so first off a few notes on freezes and the story that you may be unfamiliar with its first off brahman so prominent is a member of the highest cast in hinduism seattle there priests rather than warriors traders or laborers which are these other cast that could be anybody is in that cast someone that's related to the priesthood somehow basically so family could be within the broadcast so that's how wilmington also paper money to just to clarify you're just born into a cast and regardless of how you know good or bad you as an individual or you're just you're a member of some level of society which is pretty shady sometimes back as it works on.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on Black Mirror Friday

Black Mirror Friday

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on Black Mirror Friday

"More and now we're gonna wrap up this episode of black mirror friday by taking a look in the mirror yeah there's a lot of technology here we just mentioned this this could anybody this could happen right now yeah you know i feel like though the hackers would be very easily tracked and discovered no no no no it's it's so easy i mean i don't know how to do it but it's so easy to mask year location by you know you comparing it to different 'em you know servers all over the world and people can't really track you know i find that i don't know i would love to have some statistics information from you know like i dunno if the department of defense or police say something about that because i feel like see powers that be the government whoever they know everything everybody's doing it every moment i just i always have that feeling so cnn say you wanna talk to okay they're the ones that can they could hack into anything at anytime but it's not necessarily that you'd you'd be able to find that information though because while maybe you're being tracked and everything is being watched i've heard several cases where girls have been bullied let's say for example end the parents go and say okay well this person person on instagram is bullying my daughter and be cops were like well we can't really do anything we can't figure out who it is and i find that so hard to believe it's the cops well yeah i'm just i guess maybe something that they consider i dunno not not urgent are not a serious enough is bullying you know you're not a assassinating the president or something but i you know i bet if somebody was making plans to assassinate the president on instagram they know that person down pretty quickly well it wouldn't be the police doing it it would be the nfl player the secret service or whatever you have to remember like local cops and stuff they are always grossly underfunded so for them yeah of cyber security like in hated hated in the nation there was a whole department on that end you know i think it occurs at the government level but i think they're looking more at you know issues with the nation's security they're not not really worried about people being mean on the internet and i'm not saying that they should for people violating privacy on the internet i mean every day someone is being hacked something as simple as their instagram's being hacked i've been hacked before the end of or someone's taking your photo and impersonating you it happens all the time and those were just see it but if but especially in organized group out there that is forcing multiple people commit crimes i just feel like that's a level where somebody would be able to figure that out well that's why the stakes have to be so high that the person won't go to the cops they won't go the cops right you know how do you get a lot of spam calls on your cell phone yes oh my god they've been nonstop lately chef and i got one yesterday telling me that there wasn't issue with my social security number oh yeah i n t i r s yeah i everytime summertime dakhli if i'm if i'm in the right mood i will press it's one to be connected to see i never even answer my phone i never answer my phone well i your ideas someone i know yeah i usually don't but this one i answered and i listened and i said okay so they go through and they want me to confirmed my name which i made up a name they want me to confirm the last four digits of my social which i did and they wanted me to confirm my mailing address and i just said would you like me give you my birth date as well so that you could go ahead and set up a you know identity fraud you know i wanna make decision for you and of course they click right away my son go and i mean why do these people keep doing it then keep doing it because it works because there there are people that will that will do it will hand it over and that's why they do it so have you know something as simple as i downloaded look we just went up to my motherinlaw's house back over no not over easter over memorial day weekend end we went to her computer it's it's a mac it's an imac which typically you know you're not susceptible to viruses and things like that and she had all kinds of spyware downloaded on i'm like i don't wanna know i don't wanna know what she'd been visiting her what she's doing she's the kind of keeps a post it note over her webcam but you know her google was not the default search engine it was obviously something she clicked on the changed all of that and so you know we we cleaned all of that up but i mean not put her down she is eighty years old i i give her all the credit in the world for using a computer and internet there but there are so many people that will be like oh let me let me click on this let me fix this let me do this so 'em yeah i think that all of this is there and it's easy to find and that's why we keep getting spam calls and spam emails and malware and and it's getting harder and harder to pick out what's real and what's not real like i just had done i i used to do website design years ago and i still have a couple of clients fans that have kind of stuck with me over the years the you know just don't wanna go elsewhere and they don't require a lot 'cause i'm not really up to speed on the the current you know programming in web design but they're still with me and one of them recently there his domain name expired for his business because he kept getting notices like you're domains gonna expire but it looked like spam and he ignored it and he didn't keep on top of it then he has to go back to the company and they charged him like literally ten times he amount if he had just renewed it to to get it back up after it expired right you know and it's just it's really hard these days i think as you see all these emails and they look real but you're afraid that they're not real and you don't wanna click and i dunno it's tough so before we give are final reflection i wanna just share what i thought about this episode overall the first time i watched it i didn't really love it end the second time i still didn't like it and let me tell you why because it's hard to like this episode because it's it's disturbing right yes yes but i think that the best conversation comes from you know deciding what would you do what what would happen so are reflection on her scale of my sequel to watcher you could skip it i think it's good to watch just because i think there's there's some interesting conversations that could confirm it even though it's disturbing i i'm gonna give it a good to watch yeah i think i would have to just do what you said i also would give it a good to watch the first time i watched it i thought it was okay hey the second time you pick up more you think about it more i also think that you know it's been a few years and man technology and the realism of it i feel like it hits me a little bit more now than i did the first time right so a lot to watch okay well a and i think the fact they were very public people probably gives us a different perspective as well that's true yeah i would agree yeah yeah okay.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Hollywood bowl last night we have the orchestra and everything or or are you like an individual personal firework guy i don't own any fireworks right now but my motherinlaw is really unexpected did you know you would be a hardcore firework person voicing could go in her painted there's five things you need to know about blow it up fireworks show that's two hands there oh you're okay missing what she is from michigan and you go into her paying like you know downstairs in the basement andy entire wall is covered with fireworks amazing every time goes by lovers she goes by you would not love her already so a so i am pro big shows although you got young kids to that's it's a challenge on july fourth because inevitably if you gotta young kid and the fireworks are going off in the air above there's always the kids that panic right you sit around all day it's been hot hotdogs they over eight they had too many sweets and then you have to wait till nighttime nighttime doesn't happen till after nine o'clock and most of the country now and then the fireworks certainly start taking off and it's a it's a pretty brutal see i mean there are a lot of kids they tap out really you ever noticed that no oh my kids my oldest is i i i i love lecture videos and you're children's day you are eight terrible parents children stay out of at all hours of the day it was through like a my wife went to go with a one of her sons to the college world series gotta go watch vanderbilt play against michigan andrew luck i with my four year old in my four year old as soon as it was just the two of us were three days like now dad do you know how things work around here and i'm like no i have no clue you want ice cream three times a day i'll have ice cream three times a day you want that huge milk shake or watching toy story four oh yeah sure i mean that's like you know i twenty dollar milk shake yet die that you'll be fine yeah well so mine of might have kind of aged out of the fireworks right i have my girls at thirteen there too cool for fireworks right now to columbia their camp so doesn't that doesn't affect me my son's ten and you know the whole thing with him is going is gonna be he definitely not in the fireworks and he said something i think it was last year a or maybe the year before and he said something along the lines of why don't they just do the finale the whole time he's it's like you know there's like there's this build up as a firework and there's another of our none of my work and then there's the finale which is really cool can't we just do the valley and then be done with it sounds like user a wise beyond your years so i don't love the big fireworks show and maybe a little bit of it is area i liv every night at nine thirty here the disneyland fireworks you know yeah yeah so it's like hey you know it's like it's like if you had steak everyday steak wouldn't tastes good have you been over by by the way did see the new star wars land a that's not open as they open it up and running i have not i saw the billboards everywhere around hero on the interstates i've heard it's pretty phenomenal i'm sure it's incredible i wonder if you're not a star wars guy though you're talking with of course i ocassional mixture i mean the greatest slide in the history of moviemaking is in empire strikes back a high no yeah but there's great lawn yeah that i mean for people who aren't don't immediately recognize that is hans solo is being a sock down in while you drive leading throws it yeah i like so he does he's he's gonna be returned a is he there's a bounty on his head yes so bubble fat who is they a bounty hunter yes a seven minute drive has made a deal with darth vader right and a they basically lured luke skywalker in an princess laya in which were given a spoiler alert here a year the movies probably thirty years old so it might be somebody out there the hitler lure a fourth i'm finally diving in lowering lulu godly has just ruining forman and it's it's the it's.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Great gratitude and great grace there was no whining about the end of a career he didn't realise or didn't wanna know how bad his condition was until later on a the doctors and the mayo clinic told a eleanor derek and i didn't tell him that he had ninety two and a half years tillis which was you know a little bit longer than he had so i wanna i wanna write the book for a long time i finally did when the book came out two years ago and i have adapted you know pieces of it for various publications but you know here the time says entrusted in mind looking at the speech as sort of an ad lib because you know eleanor who was the great preserver of louis legacy a you know she delivered a copy of the speech she remembered it to these filmmakers in nineteen forty late forty one early forty two but when lou gehrig walked up to a banker microphones and reluctantly spoke he did have a plan to speak but the reaction a throughout lou gehrig appreciation day maybe an hour leading up to one he misspoke when he was asked to speak he was overwhelmed he was crying sweating he was a body was already deteriorating end 'em when he stuff that he had no piece of paper had nothing in hand now whether a forgotten in his locker and it's closed we got home a to me that would have said to me okay well where if there's a copy the speech it would be in one of the scrapbooks eleanor kept on lewis life and they're in his career in their life together it's not there where is it probably not there they discuss the speech but he went up at the freeman it's delivered an ad libbed there's a lot of wonderful parallelism in the speech but you know all these all the fangs did he gave to his managers his to his wife to his mother whose parents to his motherinlaw to the giants concessionaires he assures they only they only people i don't think he thanked in his speech on the members of the press that was ad was added a in by the screen standby disciplined is a i like a lot of my colleagues and he sp i try not to inject myself in any of these stories richard used to cover sports media so i'm i'm sure you consume all that but my father as a teenager was in the stands at yankee stadium and that's the first member i ever have the being a yankees fan growing up talking about that 'cause i mean they're they're they're probably ten million people now claim they were there but he he really was a what what's the coverage of it the next day what would be the the the i'll tell you i'll give you my aunts and you'll tell me what you said about being in the stands a the coverage was a as you would expect a very appreciative of talked about lou crying it's like babe ruth hugging and afterward and making a few remarks there a lot of people thought of the you know if they knew that they were not getting along and i talked about the reconciliation between the two of them which was shortly you know although one little died they cried like a baby at the funeral a you know but one of the one of the most interesting things about the coverage is that because nobody expected luda speak a there was no transcription there was as far as i know no radio coverage bridge of it so a without the new israel's intact there the newspapers all had different slightly different versions based on trying to write very quickly a typing or or or handwritten and you know be we know that he actually said i consider myself the luckiest man on the face nearest but there are various versions of that that that all of them are not as good as mccarrick set and they had in different places they forgot that he they forgot that he thinks bill dickey a and so the the coverage was.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on What a Relief! The IRUSA Podcast

What a Relief! The IRUSA Podcast

10:43 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on What a Relief! The IRUSA Podcast

"Do i gotta tell you my god what am i first found you guys are gonna listen to you and i saw you're like you're like twitter header that was my first thought was yo this is the blue data book getting a little exactly my first thought so yeah with that why don't you guys go ahead introduce yourselves a mom in why don't you go in you know introduce yourselves tells a little bit about yeah absolutely car to appreciate the introduction and just blessed it's a beard under the with this comic relief usa 'em there so my son was born in egypt came to the usfl's about two years young so america is all i know grew up here in the pop culture indie music around the sports world and everything that everything has a deal with america a raised in virginia in northern virginia residents to be exact you know i gotta plug in my shout outs shutout cedar ridge my nose tackle my fam back at home but you know i i had a very strong family within the new community and then when i was about eight years old something crazy happened and my mom ended up going egypt and she broke her visa so she could come back ten years so with my mom and my sister about basically half of my family for about ten years all the woman in my life so i was kind of broken from that for very long time had no women in my life about saying yourselves very hard but that may be the man that i am today so maybe could see some of that come off on the podcast today and then a you know just looking back on by me got five siblings martial law to beautiful three beautiful nieces a bit of a mother you know great father and just great role models all around me the la so college graduate soccer player you know you don't do things so i gotta ask what college yes i graduated from virginia wesleyan college now has noticed virginia wesleyan university down in norfolk virginia liberal it's private school barely got in but barely got an a and then my next question is is if you've listened to this podcast at all in the past you know my wife is oh wow i know so what party egypt so i have family both in cairo in the swamp but my roots is from southern you just a swan that could be exact so have you ever been done to the country i i've been a lecture excellent so yeah it's our handle alex value and this is gonna generate a lot of hate mail but my wife's family from cairo and a man she must must must an a she took me down a lecturer swan and i think we went down in january and i was in love yeah i'm like i'm like i don't wanna leave because i mean you gotta cairo and everybody's like oh you why you got some money and alleviate that gun she says she's allowed to yeah but don luck search for this to everybody sure nobody cares a one story i always tell about me being a cairo was you know the king juice you you know is there to see also the so we my motherinlaw went over and she said she let me have one do said no problem he said three pounds and so she gave me three pounds of picked up the cup in turn around and handed it to me in his sooners i put my hand on my glass do went five pounds i know i had i realized oh man luxor saw there was none of that having a nice a spacious wasn't nobody stacked on top and nobody else oh yeah crazy are very chill very nice so but yeah welcome thank you thank you thank you andrew brill of my neighbors who brought the salon yeah we uncovered of road just south norfolk virginia that's down about seven area yeah beach a formal some a lot of people always ask me oh did you converted why no muslim my parents were from v eight am from north carolina aloof the city north carolina is at an m real country areas so i group down there like a split between north carolina and virginia allah's gonna see family stuff like that all which is interesting stressing because my family are muslim the only people i found the muslim or my immediate family so my mom dead sisters and then my uncle and one of my cousins so really grow up with a very small muslim community a buy in ways dashti helped that's to be very strong faith man i'm a so when we ended up meeting at which he wasn't in college you know it was like holy crap he's gonna he's gonna ask about that later on jumping out not only go by is important to say you know that kind of shapes the no you're gonna see that in college i met in college and so talk about that yeah i mean it was it for me i didn't go to school with any muslims so i would only muslim you know when certain tragic just such a nine eleven that was that was a a lot you know it's almost like kids be surrounded by a you know a bunch of people there like johnny get at you and they think you're part of the issue that's going on and of so when i graduated high school college in iran so this guy wearing the same a first year experience class and basically where the when the wind will say oh my name's real outside the first week week though those first day per the first thing they do is they okay and its first day along with chaos people moving in injury so what's in in this line and he's like people had me he goes yeah my name is coming out of i know that that's what i look at it and i say my name he doesn't get it on so i'm looking at my go are you most when you you like cuts and real quick if it's like as not make a commotion for him it was kind of doing what he calls from any of his opportunity right now for me i was like yo whereabout friends way of so that's really hard fresh of began in 'em thank law they did start like that because we hit rama down it's on the man he had somebody yeah that was wrong with the way firm are families and so we have someone the break with someone who pray with and a the funniest stories we went to a we went to the cafeteria and so my mom equipment you already know how calls like this is a muslim you need have you couple of where this guy i'm fine but my family to go to college so everything's gonna be guys it's a docu soul cycle in the cabbage juice and with all the people in a hole and i know some taking like the plates like the portland police put back i'm like yo toppled the magic we were friends like food the millennium new road on just like automatically like boom you guys keep going so unless you're big experience for me too because our lows around muslims you know all the times just like well i'm i'm alone this is not normal for him he's like i'm all i'm all alone now i got somebody so he had everything he want it and i i lost everything that i had you know what i mean rise to extremes meeting up at a certain point which you don't turn into the conversation they were having with our community now which is much needed 'cause we bring two different perspectives from the so yeah all right so now i do wanna go back and you said a you said you could ask a lot of convert young okay and he said you not know okay why do you have a video and you're you to page about taking a shot a request for the reasons that when i was i went through a period where we talk about on the podcast where i wasn't necessarily on my dean like i wanna see right and you owe it to people taking the chicago 'cause they have like this transformation and they're like i wanna say much hotter now it's a conversion but i felt that because i to reconvene it and i want to reaffirm to myself in those my community but this is what i want i said why not so i guy though i think if you watch the video you had a little clip of my dad was a good tip for the day and i got up just randomly i won't see much hotter than he was almost in tears and i wouldn't have possibly have you crime at like a little bit wetter by was it was it was something that i hold other friends who muslim that you know when you're born just were born muslim but how many times have you actually reaffirmed and how many how many times have you gone off and say look i would also love you know what i'm saying so it will it will deport commutes addressed that anybody ever had any doubts like no this is this is why so when we're done i have a story i'll share with you just kinda long and it will take up the rest of the time but i can't officially tell you i've done mind twice now well then the second one would not by choice but i'll explain that those roads kenwood all right so where at college a new is virginia what again virginia was link college virginia wesleyan colorado college and your finally we're the muslims morning without muslims exact ends a fast forward five six years and we have a podcast now though all right can we fill in how did that happen how did you get from their ears while those five six years in between just a lot of work especially well you can't get the the time that we had in college 'cause she played a very big role because college is what we made all the mistakes you know we weren't perfect reaction did a lot of things that people power seamus about but we came back on the other side a lot better than we would ever expected 'em you know the hard thing is that people tell you not to do certain things but they've never done in themselves so they don't know the reasons why you're doing it right people think you do stuff just because you wanna be cool but sometimes there's more to the man that's just me style right so for us going through the struggles and actually seeing with young black muslims go we like yo bumped in like this you're feeling like just has to be a lot more other people right and that really told the a compelling story because like man we can't be quiet about this even though these taught us a.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

Reel Chronicles

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

"David blake one yeah you saw the social network i saw social network oh great great children britain was great i think you another woman told her or taking so long to see eating and then watch i saw you see upside and a every batman all right good as everybody we all right all right i that's what i was away very elite on that was so you we've spoken you leo and i have spoken about how you feel about the nolan georgie so what do you feel about the only trilogy now any change how how i felt about the nolan trilogy 'em last night that wrapped up these dark dark dark knight rises and a true in my view has completely changed yes well done other they are probably aside from aside from batman eighty nine in batman returns these have to be the best batman films 'em i love the backstory on bruce i love how indepth they went in honestly i loved christian bale and i hated him why do you hate him or i don't know i just didn't see him his battle voice over work yeah rachel played a bar 'em and i dunno it's just it's hard to touch keaton fermi for me when it comes about money so agreed yeah but a no i i ended up loving it man like i'm glad i took the time to watch them it's been years since i've seen amanda i appreciate i mean i could see a what all the hype is apple is you're the best performance out of any more he's my favorite performance of all time but a way not even close each each i always loved him in that role of the dark knight is has always been my favorite off the trilogy yeah but i couldn't i couldn't believe how much i love batman begins after watching it oh really yeah that's in dave void where he's better every time you watch it yeah it really really good like it's so it's the best written one of the three i think apps a new way and a lot of slow build some people here peanut free she will believe hey you ain't got you wanna say my name just remind you about socially because everyone here is dropping the shades like wow i buy it boring i the beginning like when he's training and doing all that i don't vote coming dr meant it doesn't matter i don't even see all that i come in a movie called batman begins but it's too it's oh i hope hopefully not movie idiots to two oh five with credit head of that stuff in what twenty thirty five minutes thirty five minute forty minutes here that long thirty five forty minutes along the movie let's just start with in trading yeah yeah he's the feel that way i was like why why do we going through this but i come to appreciate that and i think at it was needed but to be fair like he just wants everything right yeah so he literally you recover from batman forever and batman and robin to get into the batman begins well i would appreciate a dumpster fire department arrived i we've all been and i think i've said this plenty of times if you like the batman sixty six tv show don't sit on batman and robin because essentially it's batman and robin on steroids diamond sixty six on darrow there but you're watching batman and robin trying to make sure that it's part of the batman eighty nine universe at the end if that's where you're watching it for you hate batman and robin it is not a good movie it's terrible movie don't get me wrong i just i just enjoy it's fucking fucking jericho to me and i thought you were talk it out the line i enjoy a an robyn more than batman forever because i'm a first tries to be to syria in the middle rob and his like she markets like gimme all the bat nipples i can give you like what i knew we were fuck when you had those guerrillas yeah the the bright lights of yeah that's when you hear anything else cover that pretty much covers it all right oh i i i hated the trilogy or not he chose you but i thought it was over i but i came away ashley loving good to know how did you i i have one friend doesn't like any like those three movies august he's like a comic book nut and like he he just it's like if it's not like word for word panel for panel he just can't i i i i hate like angry or if you're doing so he like you might imagine if he does he hate logon to the batman eighty nine i mean i but i do feel like he grew up with the and it's like that like south attached to it 'em he doesn't like any of the x men movie so you know i've loved is a he's very he's very like very anal about a comic book adaptation stuff like it has to be like why why can't you just like do we do we do this in the book just like copy and paste doesn't like somebody should work on film the whole thing i think one of the best parts of the northern trilogy is the fact that like it's all it's almost to the point where it's really like batman was to leave in our world now even focusing yet even the joker and to to certain extent bain in cat woman like there it's almost like the real like they don't do any can't be they don't have any supernatural powers or anything like that that's why in other words much great job so it's like eighty nine i think we talked about an eighty nine podcast how like that would have made it wasn't made the comic book characters dark maybe grady or realistic but dark and then batman begins at noon trilogy made it dark unrealistic yup 'cause then from there is that the whole pave pave the way for like every marvel movie being realistic as you can can be in comic book movies yeah also has a harder time than than batman batman has the best ability to become more realistic because it's just the guy so it's not you know and alien ernie though i remember the first marvel property from m c you is iron man and i did a great job exactly how it wasn't who's very noble any batman begins just agreed already so she did it's been a while i have you seen anything outside of the stuff in theaters or a so oh who's like so i think of the last thing we talked about i saw when i go on so i saw you know if we talked about that but i saw that no we saw that really good i like a lot oh i know you've obviously you're not saving octavia spencer killed in a two she's really good i m m i saw a man in black international oh i mean it's not good who a but you already had a feeling that it wasn't gonna be good m and then i was watching a documentary on like one like i think it's a channel called real whatever but they were talking about river phoenix and i had never been stand by me i never really even watch any of this stuff 'em so after watch that actually ended up watching a running on empty which he got nominated for an oscar for and then my primary idaho a which gus van zandt directed in the name of calories and they were both really good and he was really good endelman it's kind of it's weird to watch watch like that much promise on screen and knowing like what the real life outcome was trim at such a young age but you definitely see save the like like in him like stuff that joaquin phoenix kinda ended up doing like in his career as he becomes like a bigger actor yeah down the road who watches up river zeon revealed her older yeah rivers older brother yeah but you definitely you definitely see saying the white river things went joaquin phoenix ends up doing and some of his role so wow but yeah he is a really solid actor then had a lot of a lot going form in terms of like when he could accomplish as an actor as far as like the way he interviewed scenes and stuff at such a young age i like it just seemed like he would he would just born into it a but yeah but tragically you know he lost like pretty early but very interesting the document is really insane the wives and then just picking up on the movie is like i can't believe i hadn't seen the but he was really good in both the nice are eighty 'em i saw my count right now is a hundred and eighty three so movies i watch this year so i'm getting on and you're gonna do the weekend shit i am about to lose a week and a half all right well that is true we are seeing spiderman and the mother cited i've ever heard you talk for you're honeymoon bro yeah those during the week ice during the last a week i saw the right stuff which this is a film about the fifteen years before the moon landing kind of like the new bar so it's very very long no matter where the movie about the kids on the block it's kind of like thirty one that seems first manned it's kind of like the prequels the first man 'cause they kinda gets to that end around that point 'em it's really good but it's really long i don't they got a roommate jen watches she'd probably for sheet things batman begins with a boring the she she'll think this is like the most boring like watching paint dry 'em i saw majorly to for some reason i i also saw g this one i don't know if you've seen but i i have a hot i not say but i saw hell fest wash so it's it's okay v ending is kind of surprising usually they're very predictable as in you know who the person is by like middle of the road i kind of am was very surprised with the killer turned out to be they set it up for a sequel but i don't think it made any money so i don't think that sequel becoming a prominent again i saw cabaret for the first time nice an a few months ago i had a hot take with a gm john here with bob fossey's oscar win over francis ford coppola being blasphemous without even seen cabaret yeah fast forward to this podcast it's fucking fucking blasphemous the he'd be francis ford coppola let me tell you something i got something to say wait i think there's a wreck coming up guys not not a serious right the movies good it's very good it's while directed but i've seen the ship before you know what i mean like i i see the godfather and they see it as his transcended film an nfc cabaret and i'm like oh okay to cool so he essentially all that jazz pie like the same thing and then the next musicals the same thing kind of water appreciate that other movie from twenty sixteen i will not talk about the different yeah but like but like i and then i found out that the he doesn't have a name in the film but he's kinda like that the narrator of the entire film and the show he won best supporting actor al pacino and the godfather and i did not know that so that becomes even more blasphemous over decision he is actually a giant who's who's daddy is that it's a joel grey who is jennifer grades dad oh sure jennifer gray from dirty dancing larry miller colston's motherinlaw cool yes she married david colson i wrote it agent i'll find a way to bring it back tomorrow so those those guys is a but the the movies good it's just i i just don't get it i really don't get it how it'd be a how he'd be francis ford coppola and how a joel grey be al pacino i i dunno i have no idea it's a good performance is a great performance but like he's as supporting as like it gets because the movie has nothing to do about like when you're talking about the movie you can go through different people to get to the supporting character he's friday like last in line and they were up chino the movie the kind of about start with it'd be about marlon brando's character and it works its way to being about the chino stories yet i don't i have no idea i'm just like you know what made you watch cabaret mind me asking a fifty sixty percent off sale barnes and noble and i decided tobias there you go 'em i also saw toy story four.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

"Variable loan from your life insurance policy andy let's say that loan is twenty thousand of your one hundred thousand dollars you have sitting and in this account okay so the cool thing is is they view these as two separate transactions so let's assume the market does eight percent they're gonna credit your entire one hundred thousand dollars eight percent and then they're gonna charge you for percent on v amount that twenty thousand dollar loan that you have so even though you have twenty thousand dollars of it out in your bank account a pain per car doing whatever you did with it it's still got a net return open additional four percent and just that piece and what you borrow yeah on the on the twenty two worthy other eighty grew eight that twenty thousand dollar loan that you have actually grew by four wow yeah so a lot of people don't realize that it gets kind of complicated i draw a lot of pictures what i'm explaining this the people because it and i'm sure it's gonna be hard to understand over a podcast but that definitely is one of the most impressive pieces about taking taking loans when these policies and it makes sense let me just recap that you have a hundred thousand in cash eight percent this year boom they credit your account now you've got a hundred and eight thousand for the year twenty twenty and then you're like well yeah but i alone i got a twenty thousand dollar loan so at four percent and i've been paying it back every month so a i lost four percent on twenty thousand because i had the reimbursements you know at the pay back that loan no actually gained four percent oh you only gained four percent right because if you figure they're charging you four percent sent but the market grew eight so the difference between that that four percent in isn't additional for you actually grew that twenty thousand dollars by four percent and yeah that's whip that for fucking i got you you you entire kind of still grew eight percent but twenty thousand whatever you borrow that that twenty thousand only cause for because you have the payback for in in okay correct but the messenger you're still looks like it's supposed to is growing yes dog cla could see that pretty quick yup draw a lot of pictures looking at this okay see have you kid you brought a policy for them you you're the custodian of it so technically like if they die great not being not great but you know you're getting the cash value but at the same time you could can you still using like kind of like you're owning they never actually give it to them ever yeah absolutely i'm the i'm the owner of the policy so so they have no i have no rights to year policy 'cause you bought it exactly yeah now there'll be insured and how it goes with life insurance is you could get life insurance on anybody that you have have an interest in so insurable interest in so i can do it for my son my wife my motherinlaw you know somebody that you have an interest in keeping alive but they don't actually get their money back guarantee if they were to pass away exact now they paid themselves this yeah it's my account yeah now they were owner they could do whatever they want it end it's always transferable so let's say a my son is is very very responsible graduated from college i could just give it to him you know i could transfer ownership the him he's now the owner and he would have all of that yeah all the life insurance all the cash value everything would be quite the gift yeah absolutely quite the gift yeah we have a lot of grandparents but do it for their grandkids parents who do it for their kids so it's a it's a pretty popular white us safer college for sure all right so this is a funny question it's kind of going the justin lane now so i'm thirty six thirty six you will get you blood work done you're like not quite what i was hoping for and you you find out you're rates like oh well we gotta deal for you not out of the park educate we could still sure you but you're gonna pay twenty percent more 'cause you got this high piece here so you know i'm sorry to say that but you're gonna you're gonna pay more but you still get it and so you get that five hundred thousand dollar policy i dunno that would cost you anything and they start looking at your kid my kids they healthy they can get that same thousand dollar policy for pennies in his my policy the the only the only difference would be the cash values which you have interview died you you you didn't help out your family you got this cash value for their money back but you didn't actually hope you're famous 'cause you died in a car accident hey people people do that actually so so there's another term on top of beer on banker in infinite banking they're now calling it family banking oh my gosh hand that is exactly what you do is you know you have a you have a child and they're obviously very young and super healthy well you could super fund a life insurance policy forum put a ton of cash value into it and grow money that way a now the rules of life insurance your child can only have to what be the parents so if i only have a million dollars of insurance less the most my son is gonna be able to get so but you can you can max fund it that way oh so if you don't even have life insurance you can't just going by laundry kids right exactly yeah at least one parent and usually the breadwinner half that life insurance and already get it on your child is well okay now you're thinking that that little wrench in the plan right there all right let's move onto baby now what does word super funding mean so with with life insurance there are man there's just a million ways that you can set these up to whether you want it to be funded worthy maximum amount of cash even grow inside of life insurance policy due to you know federal law and things like that you set it up that way you set it up to where i don't care about the cash value i just really want permanent life insurance that's all i want so then that would be a different premium amount and then there's somewhere in the middle called target and so there's there's a hundred different ways you could set it up but be safest way to set up a life insurance policy to where you don't want it collapse is by putting as much cash value into into it as as you can and so that's what we call max funding a life insurance policy so i mean like you premiums a hundred and you put two hundred in it or just the way the premiums are set up in general it's it's a confusing a little math equation that the government has for us because what happens is if you go over that limit it then becomes what we call a mac a modified endowment contract and so once it does that loses all that's tax free ability and so we don't like that and then like the eighty percent i've seen the grass week one grass at a you know two inches high and the next one point seven five of that deadline so as long as it doesn't crossover that beria based on like eighty percent of the value of the fund or something like that then it's you know keep it below that yeah it happens yeah yeah there's a whole math equation was it yeah but what's what's nice is the the companies that we work with they kinda take it out of are clients hands and they say okay if you if you're a client sends in i dunno a check for twenty or thirty thousand thousand dollars but the only take twenty thousand you know they'll send back together ten and say hey we don't want this to become a mac now if you do you send it back to us but were just kind of protecting you know most people don't wanna do that so then they take care of us that's interesting so it's based on what you've got which on your values but whether you're goal is you want cash value when you're older or do you just want coverage when you get in that'll definitely wouldn't have like a much lower premiums and others when i'm katherine yeah so just kind of a well and it depends on the company in and all of that but easy rule of thumb is if you're max funding a life insurance policy usually or at least the index universal life policy about one third of it would go towards these insurance insurance peace and then about two thirds of it would go into the cash value i'd be remiss without asking you do this planet you're talking about the ones are the two third man all of a sudden you get into a financial crisis you like crap man i don't have an early i found her dollars the papers this anymore like i don't know what to do because i i've been paying owner for twenty years i still got another twelve but like right now i'm about to go bankrupt i don't have five hundred dollars with his life is you're supposed to be out of luck can you use the cash value the pay for can you just pay the that one third in just kind of sacrifice that that cash value for a while yeah man that's another reason why i like the universal life policies or the whole life so his whole life if you miss a payment you know they they'll just cancelled the whole life policy and so now you're out i out of luck but with the universal life policies they're very very flexible and so as long as you have enough cash value in there to pay like you said that one third you can take you're your contribution stood down to nothing if you want an and they'll just take that one third out of the cash value that you already have or you reduce it to kinda whatever you want whatever comfortable i've had several clients used that you know i i that's why i like this for business owners is because as a business owner you sometimes you have great years sometimes you have some pretty lean years and so in the great years hey we wanna put as much money into it as we can and then in the lean years if we can't afford put anything into it you don't have to i've got a client who for about two or three years they be funded at one hundred percent well over the last year hasn't been a good year they haven't put another sent into it and it's still rolling so but you do risk ten years down the road you don't really have any more cash in their and now you come knocking hanging you almost a hundred bucks this month or you policies in elapsed yeah it took ten year right well if it takes it takes ten years yeah you might have other problems and then you.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on Front Burner

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Local bonefish having dinner with my wife my motherinlaw my family my kids were having a good time so people came up at some nice things to say i'm just trying to relax and of course we can't because i go to twitter and i see this horrible video this is a hat tip jim ryan from the oregonian who is at the scene filming this he put this on his twitter account this is eight journal a real journalist by the way ambi no he's reporting on eighty rally in portland and he goes through this anti rallied a report and because he's in a reported on done honest journalism joe on eighty five in the past this violin aggressive group of terrorist thug savage's they knew he was coming anti fa so what did they proceed to do these anti animal savage pigs decide it's appropriate to beat the living snot out of this guy andy no they steal a single women they hit him with quick dry cement they punched him they throw as object looks like a rocket the back of his head he wind up in the hospital with a brain bleed anyone's up with this year lobe torn and of course he stays in e r i think he's out now but ladies and gentleman these people are savage's they are total animals now we know anti for the anti first amendment eighty civil liberties violin tug sub tyrannical savage paid men and women total disgrace yes i'm pass and i'm not making any apologies about it today because these people are chumps it's it's not just that they're chumps coward cowards in pigs that bothers me that's not it what bothers me also folks and i'll get to this in a second i have some tweets coming up some other stuff the show is the response to this ladies and gentlemen let me rice let me put my house on the raccoon joe i know i'm speaking fused i don't even after caviar this and paul is well let's get this on the raccoon if you claim my ideological affiliation conservatism and you go out and pretend in our name that you're doing some kind of justice or you're engaged in some higher cars and you think it's appropriate the unprovoked i physically and violently attacked another human being a reporter otherwise get up out of our movement tomorrow tomorrow yeah you go you don't belong here you're not welcome here you are tell anyone who in the name of so called conservatives america's it's not conservatism we believe in big are god given rights for every human being that the right not to be violently attacked you do not speak in our name i condemn completely used the words of president trump ironically collapsing forgot that completely anyone and i know you do in our audience to who engages he just says in an unprovoked violence against any human being who engages in outright racism any kind of issue primacy of any kind based on the color of anyone skin you do not belong to any movement i belong in or anyone in my audience audience beat it see you wouldn't wanna be you you engage in violence go to jail and rot like the stain on humankind you are period period you get that now now in case you at any difficulty understanding that we do not condone be violent aggressive beatings of other human beings in this moment that the liberals thing that's your thing oh you doubt that now folks before i put these tweets up of maniac liberals defending this attack and you could if you wanna see the video you could see it on twitter you could see it on a tribute you dot com slash bongino but i just got they spray in which silly string they hit him with quick dry cement they throw a rocket his head they punch him in the face they steal is equipment this reporter these eightyfour sucks if this would have happened joe with a bunch of mega hat wearing people who hacked physically and beat the hell out of.

"motherinlaw" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Was it like last night by the way it's friday paulie tweeted out all the cool kids they're gonna move from manhattan and brooklyn i'm like first of all that happened twenty years ago the cool kids lives in brooklyn in ten years i don't even know where that was a joke yeah no i figured i gather in bushwick bushwick i it's actually a bushel it's been dead for ten years i think they're in queens or maybe the south bronx like the cool kids can't afford brooklyn it's crazy oh no which becomes like men where you where would you if that was my side poll living manhattan brooklyn island around yeah if you're direct a i don't know i don't most athletes living new jersey yeah that's actually true that's a that's a long he's leaving new jersey yeah traffic on the bq will kill you know yeah boy i moved to brooklyn in nineteen ninety seven out of financial desperation coolness i moved in sunset park in brooklyn and i was told it was and up and up and coming a neighborhood that was in the mid eighties it's not up and coming i don't think i don't know it all i know is i love right on the park in sunset park and there were shootings that felt like they were almost nightly my motherinlaw mother in law which sin articles circling that there was a shooting in sunset park i had a wonderful co op an a you know couldn't wait to get out of there that a up and coming i don't think anybody's moving in sunset park park you know with the with the nets i'm gonna guess that they're probably it's probably like four million dollars aren't really expensive crazy yeah yeah i will take a break we got a poll question coming up i believe we got a poll question coming up is that right make lemon we had a lot of mbh option all right that's good little bit later on will talk to alex morgan of a team usa mark stein of the new york times done a great job covering the gambia in free agency get his thoughts on why does it feel like it's it's it's down to the lakers and the raptors now here's another thing the clippers gonna slip by criticism here because what is your plan b you got a great owner great coach hall of famer working working as a consultant and jerry west this was supposed to be a great destination it's elway it's a young team it's a.

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"motherinlaw" Discussed on The Storytellers Network

The Storytellers Network

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"motherinlaw" Discussed on The Storytellers Network

"What i so i i love the idea of him convincing you attended episode of a of an interview 'cause i've had several packets interviews me as the gas in it and you walk away or me as pocket people and i'm like i i'm so inspired so i i will i will link to that i'll find that absolve lincoln the show notes like i i wanna hear it do so so he's convinced you this point doing audio drama what what was that process like for you just start because i so i imagine i remember going i'm rescinded the first episode and it's not now are you are acts okay you're acs that's what i i thought so but as really afraid aspects that if you're not you have a great actress that's not just like you know i thought so you're you're fantastic so so the first episode is just you will eventually surely you get other people involved so what is that like i mean now it's it's it's a production like i expect to see this on netflix someday this is the production how is that journey you are oh yeah those of you who are listening can't see the face when i making but there's there's gonna be some news coming soon oh okay so in my excitement i forgot i totally forgot your question 'cause i got really excited that's okay that's do a what was that like that yeah yeah it could cause i imagine voice actors 'cause i've i have one ruling on my head right now in audio drama in my head i know i my my writing partner who happens to be my my cousin now in california is busier than i am 'em much like the servant leadership but just as bad but we will know suffering is not a bad it's just like busy is not a batch of but she is genuinely very busy she russian tv and i really wanna do this with her and we just don't have the time at the moment but we're gonna make time good but i'm already thinking like voice actors what's gonna cost me it's gonna like all these things yeah how did you just launch grown space i did it i did it in a way that we've conducive to where i was at the time which it sounds like maybe would be true for you as well on but it was maybe not be best way logistics wise to do it so what i did was i wrote the first episode and like you said it's just me and so i just recorded my voice and then i like figure it out sound effects and i was like oh i could put it behind this and that's really cool so it's like alert treated it like a learning experience 'cause that's what it was an a and then i like launched it and i was like i have audio drama episode out there in the wild and then it took off and i was like oh no i don't have a sick enough so no i know 'cause i i just assumed i i assume what i started that it was just gonna flop flop and i was like you know i'm doing us isn't experiment the learning experience something fulfilling for me it doesn't necessarily need before anyone else put it out there and then it took off and people were like when the show to and so he so at that point in every episode has been like that like i am still like episode twelve is out there it came out at christmas i am still writing episode thirteen a and everybody's like is this show did you know what's and like i just made the mistake of not reading the whole thing first right but that's how it works filled in the cracks like that's how it works with my life 'em so launched that first episode and then i was like well and i think my husband who told me like hey you should have some more character so the people don't get bored listening to and i'm like okay ken 'em in i don't know if i would have made that seem decision again like i like where the show has gone but i don't like that i made a decision out of of that fear mindset that we talked about earlier that i was afraid that people would get bored with the i i don't i don't i wouldn't have made the same decision because of that reason i that being said i love my cast 'em they're all friends and family so charlotte the robot is my motherinlaw anes i whenever i have a new episode ready i go over to her house and we go down to the basement and we set up some blankets and house everywhere and she records in between the heater going on and off 'em which is just awesome it's delightful and then other actors are all my brotherinlaw in his roommates 'em they'd all been living in a house at the time or like near that house and so that was just his circle of friends that he knew 'em in the other voices that have come in since then on danny de intern is played by jamie killing who has a really cool hor i love horror so she has a really cool horror podcast called spy and an i fell in love with her voice and so i was like hey will you be on my show and like she said yes and it was amazing and so now i play a voice on one of her shows and that's sort of how we make that happen but on yeah it's all family and friends and then people from shows but i admired who we starting to do and in trade a sort of agreements that way so awesome so so it really does come out of community than ties right so now you you do you think the the ton ton of great audio dramas out there you just talked about the community stronger what you've spoken at events like pod fest because of community so that has to be a huge part of the sort of you you can't do it alone necessarily is my guess yeah yeah weird it's like writing they're very very similar are you know you have this picture of the writer any ivory tower whatever like or like virginia woolf sitting alone in complete isolation churning out amazing novels when really it's not like that at all the inspiration comes from other people inspiration for characters inspiration and keep going 'em the community keeps you invested in what you're doing they keep you caring about yourself 'em there's just it's it's it seems like a solo projects but it's not 'em just so many people are there behind the scenes a encouraging andrew leading over my terrible first drafts and telling you know hey you need six us 'em and then of course you know interacting with actors and then be amazing listeners on these people who listen to podcasts are so incredible and they are a they're like evangelist for what you're doing 'em so for anyone who has ever told their friends tillis it's a right now girl in space thank you it works and how he got the crazy ones like me who if you're watching on youtuber i'm wearing a girl in space shirts i guess you're amazing geared towards the chicago to this space museum whatever it was like look scores from that you're so good i well i just i just love the community like like you sir i love the humidity but the pod fest a couple of times the podcast movement 'em not many other ones but i but i've been in some facebook groups and stuff and it's just such an amazing community in the fact but i have a little show that's out there to like just makes me feel part of the family in like i have a great family so i'm not i'm not you know my family this is like a second fem it's amazing so yeah yeah so the storytellers thinking about it get out there and do it because you know it's amazing in podcasting can be done very very expensive li like at npr or give litter somewhere it could also be done pretty shoestring as you just mentioned sarah so you could see my mike again if you're watching on youtube you can i have just a blue yeti hundred and twenty bucks and like that's my fault podcasting investments so yeah yeah i've got an eight yard two thousand five you sp so not done had to be terrible terrible up so so this episode is a will recordings in april but just come until july 'em rather you wanna kinda spilled the beans about july about this every way they oh man on on even before i say anything i had my air him do planning ahead wise like oh gosh you're good obviously just reach out of my my spreadsheet i have i'm already working on twenty twenty for my hopeful gas like i've before i i reached out to you sarah i was thinking for like months i got this year i hope she says yes i know what it oh man you know i'm a fan i mean we know each other but like i'm a fan a so yeah i i have my entire you're already basically planned out that skill if i don't do it it'll never happen it just won't i know it so but yeah no anyway while i'm okay well whatever the news is i'm looking forward to joining again which you're the next episode coming up a cool i think let's see if this coming out until i i'm going to be at the austin film festival in october and so maybe i'll see you there i'll be talking about audio drama audio fiction i'll be at pod con three when that eventually happens an also let's see in july 'em i can't i can't officially tell you anything but things will be in motion in muscle that things will be in motion follow on twitter social everybody else yes please do so all right so we talked a little bit about podcasting about your story about girl in space is there an obviously you said earlier about the emails as they you change people's minds would your story in this kind of stuff so so we know that is are there stories or storytellers that have changed her life in some way yes oh so many there's so many writers who helped me lives there's so many stories that helps me keep going like you know you know like life gets hard and story is how i cope with that in whether it's taking in stories and it doesn't matter for me i love her eating breeding as my first love 'em and i always have a book going but i've also i appreciate the story is told in film and television as well 'em watching buffy the vampire slayer got me through a lot of which i.

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Evan Ross, Siliguri Room and Diana Ross discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Evan Ross, Siliguri Room and Diana Ross discussed on Lori and Julia

"Gosh so ashley simpson she's in the news because she's doing a clothing brand collaboration with her husband evan ross so now we have to talk about them in the news and the way that she's getting us to talk about her is that she's revealing that tana ross was there just walked into the nurse at siliguri room and was right there helping delivering the baby i mean what can that woman not do what would you do if your mother in life you're just like feet in the stirrups ready to like bring new life into this earth and you're like what i mean even if your motherinlaw was fabulous as diana ross right feel like that might be a little a little mac a much the time the dude i i don't remember myself being really nice upon the feet entering the stirrup everybody else's experiences what might be a little different than i'm thinking that the only people in that room should be the doctors and the direct found another headline that you think is from two thousand five but is actually from two thousand eighteen want to give this to you a little throwback adrenal patronage from the hills yes she has reunited with ashley simpson's ex ryan cabrera and she says that she has real happy right now i just wanna throw it back to you and give you that headline that's a trina part is she still in new york doing designing things oh that was whitney oh you're right that was let me school you on your old school mtv the hills lineage but apparently a patronage with ryan cabrera i'm giving you this because page six is giving this to me why not other headlines of the day mgm is close to bringing back reese witherspoon for legally blonde three now that one i like yeah we're here for this one really excited about this okay good also let's see what else is in the headlines this is something that sony has touched on one of the big headlines of the day in the dirt alerts that janet jackson called the police for a welfare check on her son over the weekend and saturday she was in malibu or she had the call in malibu her estranged husband was there and allegedly had her son and she was concerned that maybe there is some drugs happening lapd checked and everything's good.

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Conway, Texas and Andover discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:24 min | 3 years ago

Conway, Texas and Andover discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"Boston and all of new england wbz news time three eighteen right sunshine in boston beautiful afternoon sixty eight degrees thank you for being with us i'm jeff brown our top stories now in the wbz newsroom president trump says it's up to north korea if it wants to continue to negotiate with the us a summit meeting for now cancelled lawmakers are meeting with justice department officials today for two classified intelligence briefings and the atlantic hurricane seasonal forecast is out from the government and it predicts up to sixteen named storms as many as nine hurricanes this upcoming season flipflop day on wall street the dow and snp are struggling the nasdaq is up just a bit a new jersey school bus driver has been charged in connection with a crash that killed a student and teacher crash last week on interstate eighty in mount olive involving a school bus and a dump truck was horrific twenty ambler a full school the ten year old fifth grade and miranda vargas was killed along with a teacher jennifer williamson and now the bus driver huddy mold row has been charged with two counts of death by auto he surrendered to the new jersey state police in was booked into the morris county jail where he awaits arraignment on friday aaron katersky abc news new york it is a tough day in paramus new jersey where the community is saying goodbye to a teacher killed in last week school bus crash on i eighty the church was packed for the funeral for east brook middle school teacher jennifer williamson favorite fifth grade teacher two years ago but i had her and it's really hard to accept that she's gone family co workers students all at the church in attendance in andover an suv slams into a building on main street just feet from where crews were working on a painting project nearby vehicle hit the eastern bank and eastern insurance building about ten o'clock this morning police continue their investigation into the 'cause no one however hurt a texas woman will spend nine months in jail for stealing a hundred thousand dollars from her motherinlaw in conway new hampshire elizabeth cybele had power of attorney and apparently took full advantage of that using the money to buy and renovate a home she was convicted.

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Obama, Fox and Peter Doocy discussed on

01:49 min | 3 years ago

Obama, Fox and Peter Doocy discussed on

"And the unemployment rate fell to three point nine percent the lowest since two thousand or the democrats who claim it when good economic news comes that thanks should be to obama if you think about what the economy was like when president obama took office and we were losing seven hundred and fifty thousand jobs a month and under his watch the unemployment rate dropped in half and it's encouraging to see that we're continuing to make progress trump's economic team prefers to highlight the fine print in this report like black unemployment now down to its lowest point early seventies six point six percent something else in the jobs report today at two point six percent boost to hourly pay compared to this time last year fox's peter doocy another self driving car crash this one in chander chandler arizona has waymo tessa minivan the company says an oncoming car swerved across the median and struck it's fan test driver was injured in the crash is raising more questions about the safety of self driving cars seven weeks ago an uber selfdriving hit and killed a pedestrian in arizona more fallout from kanye west's slavery comment kris jenner kinda west motherinlaw defended the rapper jenner appeared on ellen and the talk show host immediately as has kanye doing has a lot of love for all of you all of his fans and everybody who's been there to support him for ever and i know that he will explain himself in his own way and i think that anything he does and i just think this is important to say as he always does things with really good intention time kenya is in wyoming finishing up his record fighting people the people that we his release ye versus the people is available to stream how we shall pollino fox news carmen roberts fox news radio.

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Kris Jenner Defends Kanye West Despite Controversial Behavior

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Kris Jenner Defends Kanye West Despite Controversial Behavior

"Been filed against the california man accused of starving and torturing most of his thirteen children prosecutors in riverside filed eight new charges against david turpin for perjury it's apparently related to paperwork filed with the department of education to homeschool his kids he and his wife louise have already pleaded not guilty to twelve counts of torture and false imprisonment there are additional charges for child abuse and cruelty to a dependent adult david also charged with one count of lewd acts on a child the kids and adults are now reportedly living in three homes in riverside county the miners in foster care police found them after the seventeen year old escaped and called them they said over the years all but the two year old had been beaten starved and chained to their beds sometimes for weeks at a time jessica rosenthal fox news the fall from connie west comments continue with the rappers motherinlaw speaking out kris jenner kanye west motherinlaw defended the rapper jenner appeared on ellen and the talk show hosts immediately has has you doing has a lot of love for all of you all of his fans and everybody who's been there to support him for ever and i know that he will explain himself in his own way and i think that anything he does and i just think this is important to say as he always does things with really good intention meantime kind yeah is in wyoming finishing up his record stop fighting for the people actually wearing a hat to show people that we will release year versus the people is available to stream how michelle pollino fox news employers stepped up hiring last month rather as the unemployment rate fell to three point nine percent the labor department says employers added one hundred sixty four thousand jobs in april up from a revised one hundred thirty five thousand in march the unemployment rate fell after having held at four point one percent for the prior six months i'm rich denison fox.

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Barbara Bush's funeral to be held on Saturday

News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Barbara Bush's funeral to be held on Saturday

"Some forms of targeted advertising that's your money now your next money update in thirty minutes the trump white house will be represented at the funeral of former first lady barbara bush first lady melania trump plans to attend the funeral for barbara bush this weekend a spokeswoman says mrs trump intends to pay her respects to the former first lady and the entire fan family barbara bush passed away tuesday at the age of ninety two the public will have the chance to say a final goodbye on friday there will be a private funeral saturday and mrs bush will be buried in college station at her husband's presidential library on the campus of texas am university lisa carter reporting with more on college station abc's jim ryan says the former first lady will be laid to rest where her husband may be laid as well messages of support and remembrance are flowing into houston from around the world going out from the bush family expressions of gratitude lauren i and our entire family are very grateful for people's prayers and sympathies on fox business former president george w bush reflected on the passing of his mother it's a beautiful life his wife laura says her motherinlaw was priceless role model to her i learned how to be a first lady on saturday they'll join fifteen hundred invited guests at barbara bush's funeral jim ryan abc news houston the entire island of puerto rico is without power today.

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Reba McEntire returns strong as host of ACM Awards

Lori and Julia

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Reba McEntire returns strong as host of ACM Awards

"Little thing she said why do think it's interesting entertainer the year five men where the women oh really no women were waiting women were nominated for entertainer leary's this year was a man mana palu that just seems unbelievable because the top my top three performances were carry a major would pretty cry that new cry pretty maranda lambert singing her song plane or guitar signed by loretta lynn and then reba and kelly at the end together was that they're good song that we love i can't think of the song's name but you know reba used to be kelly's motherinlaw the yeah yeah yeah and then keith urban winning with carrie underwood he also performed and he was really really good as always but here's reba mcentire joking about as em's this year i'm following some guys who've done such a great job is host luke and darks and before that luke and blake i guess they finally figured out that it only takes one woman to do the job the two men i really do love you both really all three of you a lot has happened since the last acm awards jason aldean's has a new baby god has twins chris stapleton expecting twins i guess what happened in vegas comes out national nine months later and later in the show she updated everybody 'cause chris stapleton wasn't a couple of words they had twin boys that night last night entertainer of the year was jason aldean's i just never forget about him making out with the lady who's now his while he was married to his high school sweetheart bhagat long gossip memories.

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Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince arrives in Washington on official visit

Ethan Bearman

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince arrives in Washington on official visit

"To the bottom of it we will be very strong but the hell is that meaning what is that right you got somebody who's got some grudge and is trying to get a message out trying to say i don't know what it is say something and they must be caught quickly though the fbi is already got a profile on telling you to do that's why they said call us talk to us means they've got a profile now we gotta catch him stop them before the next bomb goes off i mean that is a big big issue of so upset i'm very curious about the saudi crown prince thirty two years old trying to do some liberalization in saudi arabia doing it with an iron fist at the same time putting his motherinlaw under house arrest he's thirty two years old wants to build a tech city going to give women to the tiny bit more rights fascinating i mean i don't know what to think yet about this guy's meeting with president trump mohammed bin salman is his name to the white house he's gonna be there today he met with sixty minutes did the interview i don't know i want a saudi arabia to come to the twentieth century let alone the twenty first when it comes to rights but they've had all these internal crackdowns and the issues with iran i'm hopeful though i'm feeling a little positive about that maybe maybe my dreams are going to help with all that no seriously i'm so interested to talk about this lucid dreams being the next big step.

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