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"mrs definitely" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Smith back to pass. He's gonna fire deep down the middle of the field, and it is hauled in I scary Terry Terry McLaurin for a huge game to the Cincinnati 20 Yard line. Will Jackson will Jackson's right there and coverage but cannot prevent McLaren from making the play to Max McKissick McLaren? That's who Smith likes to go to, and a little play action pass, trying to freeze the linebackers and successfully now a screen to Terry McLaurin. He'll be tackled by Josh Bynes after two yard pick up Deep ball went for a 42 yard gain to the Cincinnati 20. And after that two yard pass, Washington has it at the 18 yard line. That's only the fourth pass allowed. Uh, by the Bangles defense of 40 yards from or Re allowed was tied for six fewest in the National Football League coming into this game. Carrie McLaren, the former Ohio State Buckeye did not have a prolific career at Ohio State. He's been terrific in the NFL after being a third round draft pick last year, second and eight of the Cincinnati 18 Alex Smith hands it off to Antonio Gibson rookie out of Memphis spinning toward the first down marker, but he's tackled two yards short of the 12 yard line. Remain proud. Got him down. He field goal. Mrs. Definitely giving Washington a lift. I mean, we talked about their first quarter problems. They've been outscored 67 to 26 by 41 points. The Bangles were looking to put the first points on the board. 34 year old 34 yard field goal is doing it off the right upright and Washington says Let's go score the first point third down into the Bangles got a sack on a previous third down into now, the tight end Logan Thomas moves under center takes a direct snap. Runs up the middle, and it looks like they're going to mark him just short by inches. Well, you don't want to do that with Smith with leg that he's dealing with, and you have a tight end. Who's giving the first down? Excuse me lap? No problem, and Thomas was a quarterback. In college at Virginia Tech, so he's very comfortable taking snaps and run the football. This guy's a big body tight end, who like I said was was a quarterback in this collegiate days, 66 250 pounder. Virginia Tech. So nice little nice little scheme right there. Nice little, not trickeration, but a good little Nothing they'd shown before. From Scott turn of the coordinator first and goal from the 10 for Washington. McLaurin goes in jet motion. It's a hand off up the middle, and this is Peyton Barber inside the five Gang tackled in between the four of the five Peyton Barber is a physical runner. You saw that on his downhill square. Those shoulder pads up and get after it at the at the line of scrimmage. They got three Good running backs. Quality running backs 5 11, 225 pounder is barber out of oberyn and he just get everything he could a downhill. Lower the shoulder pads, not people backwards. Bonne Bell had his hands full. Second and goal from the four after the tackle by Von Bell Smith in the gun back at the nine Antonio Gibson lined up to his right. Three receivers in a bunch out to the right one goes in jet motion. That's McKissick. Hand it off to Gibson, and he has tackled at the one yard line by Sam Hubbard. Third and goal from the one coming up. I like that little schematic. You know that kind of little fake on the Jets sweep and then run a dive, play off tackle behind it. It's like an inverted option types, the narrow and instead of going with the give and then the pitch the other way around. I'm third and goal from the one. They give it to Antonio Gibson, and he charges into the end zone standing up. The Washington football team scores.
Singaporeans vote in snap election under coronavirus cloud
"It's a little after two PM in Singapore reverted to taking part in a snap. General election announced a little over a fortnight ago. The ruling People's Action Party has ruled since independence in. In one thousand, nine, hundred, sixty five, and it is expected to win big again. Even the leader of the country's only elected opposition party in parliament has warned of a wipeout that could see the sitting government win every seat. Well, let's hear now. From Monaco's Asia, editor James Chambers will. The election is due by next year. but everybody knew in Singapore that the government would call an election this year. Year at some points so even before Kovic. Struck, the plan was to to call a general election but back then before the pandemic, the idea was to capitalize on Singapore's economy, because it was still doing well but they could foresee time because of the trade war without would no longer be the case that they were going to try and get the election in before the Economy Turns Sour. And as you mentioned you might, you might have thought that's given the pandemic, and and the fact that Singapore is facing its biggest recession. In decades they have postponed that and perhaps for for next year, but they've gone ahead with its and the strategy now is to I guess play up the crisis I mean the Prime Minister Lisa Lomas, calling this the crisis of generation, and I guess he's appealing to votes. His kind of stick with who you know, stick with the. Because, they've guided Singapore to got to so well since independence so take you know it's not time to gamble now. you know stick with the party that you can depend on? was there any chance that people would take a gamble on anybody else other than the People's Action Party? The People's Action Party as you mentioned, has won every election since independence and we're talking about. Huge majorities. Of the the worst ever done, it was getting sixty percent of the votes. And last year last, sorry, last time around in two thousand fifteen. It got sixty nine percents. So the only question we we're all waiting to see the answer to is how big the wind will be this year the prime minister has been calling on, Singaporean say to give. His party and him a strong mandate which would suggest that there for aiming for something you know above seventy or eighty percent. And that's because because of. The crisis face facing Singapore, but also the party is having this major generational transition the Prime Minister Lien Long. He's the eldest son of the founder of Singapore. Lee Kuan Yew and he's planning to step down. He's sixty eight now. He wants to retire by at least seventy. So this is his last election and he's he's. He wants to be able to hand over his party to this next generation, and you know with a with a good mandate. The I. Guess what the opposition is worried about is is they might get you know wiped out because. He's the prime minister's has made a lot about him. and voters may may rewarding for for the job that he's done since becoming premise in two thousand and four. the opposition in Singapore is is quite weak, even though there are ten opposition parties standing this election, the the major ones really running for about twenty seats out of about ninety three, so it's not as if even if they did well, they could take control of the parliament. But there's there is a quirky quirky system in Singapore. So even if the opposition lost all seats, and they only hold six in the current parliament, even if they lose all their seats, they would then be given some. Because the. Doesn't want to have. Total control. It feels like it needs to have at least some opposition to hold in account in parliament. Otherwise it it ends up in the ridiculous, and this opposition seems to have gotten a little bit personal. Let me talk about this sort of the legacy and the. Family almost family firm that seems to be established. The way that Singapore runs its government, but the strange brother of the prime minister has actually but. Li Yang joined the opposition progress Singapore Party and has openly criticized the way that Lee. Long has handled the coronavirus pandemic also has said that there's a natural aristocracy inside the People's Action Party and it's not great when members of your family decide to. Wash your laundry and public. You're you're exactly right? Mrs Definitely in a case of airing your dirty laundry in public this this kind of family feud in Singapore's first family. The lease in this is this is all come about from after the death of their father I and how they they deal with his his bungalow. legally wanted it to be demolished but it's still standing. Could because the prime minister wants to keep it as as a kind of a almost like a shrine. And the brothers have fallen out, so the younger brother has thrown his support behind this new party. The progressing party is only form last year by a former member of the People's Action Party. So there's a you know a former heavyweight from the people's action. Party is fronting it and it's been supported by younger brother of the prime minister so very very embarrassing for the prime minister. But. It's not expected to have a major impact on the the number of votes that the prime minister and his party gets. It's not something that. You Singaporeans a used to seeing. But. One thing's for sure this isn't going to. This isn't going to bring about the end of of the PAP the the the one question I mentioned that we're all waiting to see just how big the majority is that they get finally It's the news broke overnight. about the death of souls map park won soon I, mean he? He had been tipped as a as a very viable candidate for the twenty twenty two presidential elections. Yes this this news. We're following in Asia last night very closely. and the the police were tipped off to his disappearance by his daughter, because she received quite cryptic message from him on her phone which she then shutoff now he was You know he's been married since two thousand eleven, and he's one of the the big heavyweights in the Democratic Party that the the President Moon jae-in belongs to, and so he was you know. One of the heavy favorites to. To run for to become the next president when Moon Jae steps down. In a few years time so this. Caused a you know a big shot. And Even, though the the circumstances. And the facts are all still up in the air. It is looking like it's It's related to these. Allegations of sexual harassment that was against him the day before by his secretary, and these these allegations are doing the rounds of of social media in in in career. I have seen them myself, but is best not to speak about them right now, but it does feel like, and it just looked like The two are linked. He was a new. He billed himself as a kind of a male feminist and he he did a lot to. Promote women's rights in Korea. So if this turns out to be the case, it's going to be a big. Full, from graceful for him and. It just highlights the the extent of this. Problem in career I, mean the metoo movement of started in the US and it has I guess being overshadowed recently by the black lives matter one, but I mean in in create is a huge issue and if a man like mad park is embroiled in this then it just shows the the extent of the problem and I do hope that it has. The same kind of effect as the black lives, matter. Movement has in getting people to finally kind of talk about this and address it James, chambers. Thank you very much indeed for joining us on monocle. Twenty four stay
"mrs definitely" Discussed on KCRW
"The forensics would have made of the whole set up that's the thing right gun deaths that is not bad enough on its own this whole question of the forensics afterwards what people make of it it's weird to think that the stare at the scene near death with the objects scattered around you can get it all wrong get you out that's the bigger thing right the bigger question after you're gone is just how it happened can you your motives your state of mind what to make of your whole life your good qualities your bad ones today in our program we have three stories embark on this kind of forensics for beginners trying to understand somebody's death bumbling away whatever scraps of evidence and get their hands on text messages hand written notes stuff that frankly seems so puny compared to the task at hand WBEZ Chicago it's This American Life America last stay with us one so again today with a woman whose sisters died she has questions the woman's name is Nadia Bowers she wrote this to somebody who she thinks might be of help Deere dealer Hey man what's up I'm saying man because that's my guess as to what you are all the people blowing up my sister's phone offering in seeking drugs for men Brian Gerry Eric and I personal favorite baby Jesus I can make a graph charting and meeting a particular man with misfortune for my sister it's a safe bet you're just another data point one among many part of a pattern but distinguished because you're the last data point you're the one who killed her and dealer it just seemed like the right title for you since I don't know your name we can be informal here right you don't have to call me miss or Mrs definitely don't coming ma'am my sister called me nod my sister Sasha I believe you know what did you caller I hope you can color Sasha because that's what a lot of people who loved her called her and I find it hard to believe that you loved her did you know her well enough to care for her would you hardly know or.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"It's the five hundred fifty fifth episode. Scoop Nice Nice number of course if you know six six six but not the number of the beast. It's the number of government minus one hundred eleven. The number of the boosts fatwa by five five. Is We do have a great show for this week. We're recording late. In the weeks episode is going to be coming in hot to viewers and listeners at home but we talk about a new half life game which is something. I wasn't sure I would ever get to say on the show. It's pretty amazing. Game actually looks good but I the a big topic. I wanted to post you all now. That all the big games of the year out I've had this. I've had this theory I've been working on all throughout twenty nine thousand nine hundred and I think I think my theory. He has been proven to be true. which is that? Twenty nineteen has not been a great year for the worst of the decade. I don't know twenty. Fourteen was also pretty bats. I think we've got another two thousand fourteen on our hands okay. That was a dragon age. Inquisition it was the reason I think the Damon. I hope you noticed noticed this too. Is that Both those years had disappointing. Things that we're excited about the ended up being disappointing theme of this year in a way exactly definitely exactly the same situation situation. I think because of this year we had anthem. was that situation. You had other things. I'm bring two thousand fourteen different theme two. I feel that very very in my heart and soul Because the second you said it I was just like Yeah I. I've been feeling that all all year and will not all your lately And we're in the phase where we're looking at like game of the year contenders and it's it's just seems like an off year for so many reasons and there were definitely some Mrs Definitely some surprise is standouts but to a degree where like they were interesting but a lot of games that were also good but maybe forgettable. Because I had to kind of re look through thousands of different classifications for all the disappointed support this year. I have a listen. There's some stars on them. What are the stars mean? The stars mean something that was significant about their existence. Instance or launch. Okay so for instance Our to remake That's like an older. Yes Sean but also like you know it's it's an outlier because it's an older older game. Technically remained new. Yeah but it did start off really strong and There were games between like APEX LEGENDS AND DMC five that I really liked. I love division too but everyone seemed to bounce off of it really quickly so there were these moments where games were just kind of ephemeral. Even the good ones Kettani zero which is an Indie game. It didn't give as much attention. And then I did a little star for outer wild because it just it's something different and And a lot of people are forgetting about it in your local go like I haven't actually having played that one yet but that was supposed to be really really good. Yeah but it's just interesting because it's a different format to a game. Continue Jer My Friend Pedro whichever which everyone was really excited to leaning up to and then when it came out I some people played I played. I saw it at he three and I was like this look sick I still have never even really played it. There's all these games where people are like look at the game. Play footage are really excited about it. And then it launches time tape. Whose title doesn't really tell you anything about point? It has check going against it. Yeah that's true right after that Control which is that was a highlight. Yes that was a huge highlight but so is a game that way. We hadn't seen a great game from remedy in a minute so I think that was also. There was a lot of the anticipation around the the critics liked it. That gave me has made no splash in the bubble. Well Yeah I guess Yeah didn't show up on any. NPD unusual everybody in his office that games recommending to yeah and then like nobody is playing. Yeah I also wanted to point out with control for me. The reason why twenty nine hundred has not been great years because it's been lack luster for triple a single player game so I start out. Great with resident evil two but then it wasn't until control. I feel like I got.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Is Ross Chastain sarosa. Everybody's heard the story last year, your career looked to be on the way up. But then you had the rug pulled out from under you and you come back and you've been in every race this year and all three of nascar's top touring series that's up to thirty two at this point. And you've got to win at Kansas to top it off. How grueling is it to race that much to start the season it is for sure? It's, it's I mean I was going to raise for niece motorsports. No matter what I was gonna run for premium no matter what the only thing that really changed was was the Senator Reid and that's been, you know, we've been able to put everything back together. Johnny Davis in Gary Keller, and from there at, in some races with colleague in college, and everybody nutri, next Lucien. So, yeah, not, not how we thought it was gonna go. But so glad that everything needs motorsports worked out, and we were able to get our first went together, you know, Al. His ninety something race in my sixty something race. So took us both longer than we wanted. That's, that's I guess that's quick for a team owner, but it's long for a driver together for schwinn everything feels longer when you're waiting for it almost like waiting for Santa Claus. Come at Christmas, right? Eight years of, of trying to do this stuff, and it's it's tough. And that's why that's why I wanted it so bad. And that's why when we did win. I celebrate it a lot. How long do you think the streak will go you passed? Kyle Busch you had twenty two or twenty three how long can you? How can you take the streak? It's, it's looking like it'll be a truck race somewhere. We'll miss. So when that comes in that's fine. It's still cool to, I guess, haven't asked car record that. I didn't even know existed. So I guess we keep records about everything. That's exactly right. When you got that wind, did you kind of say, oh, man, I wish I had declared for points in the truck series. Well, I mean we talked about it. And how and I had some late night phone calls about it, and it just at the time I had already shook hands. Johnny davis. And that's what he runs off of his purse, bonus money for Finnity driver, Nick, Cindy series. It's, it's say six thousand dollars race in that. That's just that's the difference in being able to run for Johnny all year. And not. So that's a stipulation he has there's no contracts. But it's a handshake. And when you take his hand that means you claim extended he points. So that's just the nature of the beast, and no, we're not gonna let anything get us down about this win. We were in trying to get more in trying to just just keep executing. That's honestly, our strongest suit, we have good grace trucks, and great people. Mrs definitely one of the I mean it's the best group I've almost ever worked with really. They just they work together. Good. They, they, they push each other. They, I it's just like good old racin and but we have. Fast trucks in two thousand nineteen that's really cool. Everybody has come to know you, at least earlier in your career, and still now as the watermelon guy. That's how your family came up, and I saw video where you had your dad and your uncle and your grandfather out. They're all talking watermelons be watermelon season now. Right. It is mainly are shipping them out of Florida. It's Florida watermelon season. We are shipping them out as hard as we can go right now. Now that it's, it's finally warmed up till this week. It's been pretty pretty cool. The whole eastern seaboard in the northeast and the United States. So, yeah, it's, it's go time we've had to hold back the previous weeks. And now it's it is, it's go time. And keep this hot weather, and everybody buying watermelons, and everything will be alright so like racing. That's also a challenging business and weather dependent man. I, I dream.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Of the student loans, and it's crazy. So I think it's a smart policy. It will it will play while politically it will provide an economic boost. And then I do think against she's been very smart about focusing on reducing reducing racial inequality sent African Americans are twenty percent more likely to need federal student. Owns something. We need to fix love. What do you think? Yeah. I think it's you know, she is running through America's thorniest and biggest structural problems and saying what she would do to fix them. If were president and could pass things through through congress that was democratic it is holding a generation back. I think is also a chance of this unleashes a wave of support from young people who could knock on doors for her and campaign for her and galvanize support for her. I think for all those reasons, you know, it's that's that to me makes sense. I do it's interesting to compare her plan to other candidates as well because you know, Bernie Sanders supporters and staffers rightfully so were saying, you know, Bernie for free college in two thousand sixteen and he was his free. College plan actually doesn't go quite as far as warrants he was focused on tuition, she's on tuition fees housing transportation books, but the big difference is the student debt forgiveness, and that is very Elizabeth Warren. Right. Because remember how she started a career focused on bankruptcy. Right. And there are a lot of people. Who think that the next big economic crisis in this country or one of the next big economic crisis country is going to be the fact that not just kids out of college now, but twenty year old thirty year olds forty year olds people are walking around with all of this student loan debt, six figures student loan debt that is not just holding back a lot of middle class families in this economy, but it's holding back the entire Konomi because we've all this debt out there. And she's she's MRs definitely in in terms of forgiving student debt the most ambitious plan in the field. You know? And there are other candidates who have been who are on record for debt free. College comma, Harris, Cory Booker, cure, some gillibrand signed onto a plan in the Senate Castro said, he supports free college any Clova char and Pete Buddha. Judge recently rejected free college plans, and then not sure everyone else's yet..
"mrs definitely" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"And she was like and now it's just like she's like it's whiplash for me because she's so different. And Durand told the story that. Ramona a few days ago was showing her daughter Hannah a photo of her like half naked. Don't look good and turn to like Ramona. What are you doing? Well, I'm glad we got some more. You know body positivity out of Ramona. You know, I mean, why not why not wine while and then the night leads into finally the iphone footage that we saw so long ago, and we're just waiting to see how it all unfolded. So I loved it. They actually didn't even have cameras rolling for that. And that we did kind of get to see it all again through Bethany drunken iphone lens now. I'm pissed. Yes. We didn't have cameras capturing all of that. I wonder what point production decided we're going to get outta here now and just let these ladies completely like devolve into chaos because I'm sure they do keep their wits about them to some extent when cameras are around, and then when they leave they're just like balls to the wall, and they. They were also the walls except for Barbara. I'm going to bed because I'm scared. I'm out. I'm downright scared. Went to better. She couldn't hang now. Why do you think she made that choice? It's a bad choice. I'll tell you that. Because that's number one. When you're doing your real bonding with the group number two, you can't be a housewife. If you can't. Hey, it's true. I mean, Lou Ann was there and she is completely sober. So for her to hang through the night. But then, you know, Barbara to go back to the room that she complained about being placed in early just because she didn't want to be involved. What are you doing? And then also seemed to both the next morning like she wanted to get out of there. Mike why what was wrong? Why did you bother coming? Yeah. The next day. We see everyone kind of get up and leave and then Bethany and going to walk and Bethany presents that note that she found when she was staying at a hotel in Boston where it was like you look gorgeous. You're so beautiful. Have an amazing day signed d which I thought was pretty crazy. Yeah. No. I mean, look, I believe in signs for sure if it happened to me. Because it doesn't matter. Right. It doesn't matter. If it was someone else that left that note in a hotel room, right? Like if it was a stranger, right? The point is that it was there. And she saw the point is how you receive those signs, even if it was some other person or something have you ever received a sign from beyond. Well, the funny part is and I think terrific touches on it too. Like, oh who knows what it could really be. But I've been to a couple mediums, and it was always with a group of friends where like they were interested in like communicating with someone or whatever, and we all got together and had like a full seance. And there were some really crazy things that were said that like no one would really know. But they're just obscure enough Bray that you could perhaps interpret it as your own thing. So I'm very like fuzzy on that line of like is it possible to communicate with the world beyond or? Is it just sort of like a very insightful person who just knows how to read the round. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Because I went to the Turkish coffee reader that they on this show saw a few seasons ago in she did say some things that were crazy. But as someone pointed out recently, you remember the hits you don't remember the MRs definitely said things that did not apply. But the things that did I was like. You know, one thing that is really funny. And I've told Danny this is that I went to see why didn't go to see us. I, but there was a psychic at this holiday party. I went to and I lived in LA it was by the producers guild or something, and there was a psychic there. So I went and sat down and the woman was like, oh, yeah. I used to be an actress, and it didn't work out ama- psychic. And I was like well that seems odd. That seems like okay..
"mrs definitely" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Was quite a blow wasn't a Deary. What did you want? Look at this long. Am I what did I rake my arms off four days? There isn't a leap left is not here. Look read yielders leave yard. Piled up three feet deep. Okay. The voice of experience I've had about enough of this nonsense. Look at those leaves of yours and my lawn. What are you gonna do about? It. Gildersleeve me pinch for blowing up a forty mile gale and a twenty miles on. Don't be ridiculous. You're going to break those leaves up sooner look at my lawn. It's disgraceful. I'm gonna see my lawyer about this mcgahee. I'll take this to the United States Supreme court, Paul and leaves is unconstitutional. Maybe we don't. How do you do? Mrs definitely I. He was quite a stormy head. Wasn't it almost a tycoon? Who bought me whole typhoon? Yes, tycoon is a big businessman like me. One big bag of wind. Very good. Living. Well, how rude of Nate? May I present MRs living. Well, how do how do you do? I'm sure and. Do you doing MRs Mr. Gildersleeve? How'd you do you do? A pretty do you do in it folks, you say your name is lapping Welsh says yet Wentworth letting it's nice to know, you left your pal about base. You might say Mr. McGee working miss on the committee. Oh, how cold how old are you? Ladies come in and have a Cup of coffee. Oh, thank you know. It's another time. I will miss mcgee's. He didn't ask you Gildersleeve. Nice of you to ask. But really,.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"She's a, she's a power player. She's a lady boss. So she'll do really well, but it doesn't feel this is an all in here. It doesn't. This is and maybe anybody out there. Listening could write in and tell us their thoughts on this. What does it feel like when you're your loved one that you care about so deeply gets into a new relationship? And then what does it feel like when that relationship ends? Are you happy about it or you excited? Does it causes a ton of different emotions? And then what would you feel like if you were then asked about it all the time afterwards because it just kind of like, I don't know how to respond. Honestly. I mean, I want what's best for Lorne, she, she's somebody shared a life with, so I don't think I'm crazy for that. I would say that the the person would probably feel excited happy about their break-up only when they had maybe intention on re, you You know. know, connecting with that person. So I'm I know the answer, but I will ask for the audience. Did you have any of those feelings of excitement? Honestly, no. And I mean, I I would say I don't. I mean, I don't know if I could. I would answer, yes, even if I did because I knew it would make you will evil, but. I really probably wouldn't. I really didn't feel excited. You know you guys in at they're listening is kind of been with us on this journey. Muniz podcast started what the wheat that Lauren, I ended our relationship. The day it did so like it was it anybody out there. Listening has been with me and it from the beginning on this, and it's been hard to process. Sometimes what I should feel and what's healthy to feel and what's healthy to give up and not feel and to move on from. I mean with all sincerity, like I, I loved Lauren a ton in. So I was hurt, and I was jealous of this new guy like a did, not like this thing. This was not something that I looked at. It was like, I'm thrilled to see pictures of this like that is my girl. And then I gave that up. Yeah, it sucks. And I think a lot of people out there can probably feel that in an relate with that. And so I then gave that up because I was like, no, Ben stopping crazy. She is no longer your girl. She has a different partner. You need to stop being weird. And so I gave it up. I moved on. I then have been a recovering dating or recovering break-up person for the next last year and and so I've I've emotionally disconnected from that relationship because I just I felt every emotion way before now. And so when I heard it was just like. You know what kind of sucks MRs. Definitely me over speaking no telling you what kind of stocks that. I felt all of these like really unhealthy things towards this relationship with the wake with the hope that this was something going to be so good because then you know, at the end of the day, I would say, you know what this has made her happy. So as a result, no matter how they got there. And I think we talked a couple of weeks ago with with somebody about how their relationship started and was through, you know, they were in a relationship and they met, and then they got married, whatever. And now now this relationship, I don't know what that relationship means to my relationship with Lawrence or my life story because this was a big piece of pain for me. Right. And if that makes sense to read through what you're saying there are you saying had it worked out with her and this other guy you would have maybe found some sort of peace like it to be. Oh. Pain like, but look, that was what was supposed to happen for her. So now they broke up and you're like, great. I had a year of pain and it didn't work out. Yeah. I was having a hard time, but then again, it's like this isn't about me like, so I'm reminding myself this is people have asked me. I was at a vet last week in in Los Angeles in the whole press line was asking me about it. Because I'm not doing anything cool enough for them to ask me about..
"mrs definitely" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Welcome to fintech inside interviews i'm sarah shansi from eleven f s and day i have the pleasure speaking with frederick enza found nco oakham fintech linda tackling financial exclusion thank you joining us frederick when you heard me on the show first off can you give me a quick to doctors the business what does can do and what problem you aiming to solve so we are digital to microlender and the problem we solving is one of providing access to credit to people who have limited credit with print and so we do that by leveraging alternative data and by using behavior science to nudge our customers into better financial habits that lead them to have access to cheaper product larger line of credit at cetera so how do you what makes you unique is it those different data sources or the behaviour science or is it a combination of all those factors that makes you different from other lenders so do uniqueness first thing is if i compare it to the dominant player in our market do you nick mrs definitely tech so and tech will be usage of data and use the drift smartphone as a way to distribute so for most of us who are in mainstream financial we probably have very limited ideas of how people are low income or how migrants are getting access to credits in places like the uk but also in uganda in nigeria in mexico it cetera so in the uk surprisingly and now come back to the story of how we found it but the dominant player in our market is doorstep lender few years ago they had seven thousand agent knocking on people's door giving cash and collecting cash every week yeah and that hasn't been very successful for the last one hundred thirty five years so number one in a market exist for hundred thirty five years in a very human intensive model so our first uniqueness is we've attacked a market was super human intensive with technology if we compare ourselves to mainstream lenders so against the credit card of this world.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Definitely in a lot of people ask them to eat on their life are you done hang it out no i put so much into this in i i feel like i'm all in you know i'm too close to where i wanna eat just give it all up you know in in i have other things i can do like i said i have lot of connections in the sacramento area i can i can get a good job right now but this is my passion anna i'm going to continue to it's defined as as long as i can mrs definitely the worst injuries injury i never stafford gathers no no quit me you know i'm assuming you've watched the fight at least once since it happened in february right how many times have you watched it you know actually quite a bit you don't seem the cliff in stuff myself getting social media everyone needs i watched that i watched the find a handful of times to so my question was or or would be do you after watching many times you did you you still feel confident that it was an illegal knee yeah definitely i you know it was it was definitely illegal but what the need is you know there's really the outcome who knows about from what a change yet i still leave illegal and because his eighth through on tax that's considered illegal wasn't legal turns out from who knows but i feel like it for some reason you know the referee stopped at ryan win it was thrown then i'm gonna suffered the injury that i did.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on AM 920 The Answer
"And find answers to some of your financial questions as well if you have something so specific you don't see an answer there come on give us a call with we'd love to have you on the air so just diving right into the information casey we got james from would spot woodstock says i've heard you say before that most investors should stick with sectoretf tf's for the materials sector since such since it's such a minor player but i've been holding beams company for a while and it seems like a good pick is this the time to sell and get the etf so we look at beam be mrs definitely materials company it operates in packaging products which you know if you think staples might be boring about the stuff that they come in it does tend to be kind of a slow growth area expected longterm average growth three to five years in earnings and bima seven percent five year earnings growth the actual earnings growth over the past five years it's three point eight four percent if you look valuation is above its historical average at eighteen eighty two according to the price earnings ratio just about everywhere you look there's company looks a little bit expensive but that's not rare in the in the market today the overall market itself looks pretty expensive you know you said it's been a decent investment it's actually fallen about five and a half percent year to date about a little more than that over the past twelve months louis this company has really just nothing that i could say that that would get me terribly excited about investing except for the fact that there is an activist investor with a solid investment history that's that's involved it's not terribly expensive so you know i i could easily make the case that buying is here would be a pretty decent idea so you know all things considered it's hard to find anything that looks investable in today's market but this this could be one of those especially with that catalyst in the background money talks.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast
"How to do it right now it's just something that is going to play a big part in for a lot of people in marketing so if you're wondering what the heck is a facebook messenger bought it's a way that you can automate your communication through facebook messenger and what's nice about it one of the reasons why it is so powerful as that people don't have to leave the platform you're meeting them where they are ready are in it works incredibly well when it's done the right way open rates click through rates and replies are so much higher than email because again when you see that little notification i have a have a a message you go to check it and you open it but i don't i also don't want to have you think that email is not still important because it is email is still incredibly important and it's not going away anytime soon but messenger boss allow you to automate a lot of the process and assist another way to reach people and stay in touch with their audience mrs definitely more advanced strategy and once we have our guest on us going to talk about this i think it's gonna give you a better idea if this is something that you might wanna incorporate this year so if it's something you're not ready don't worry about it because it is it's more vance we would rather you focus on building your email list for now get that down and then once you have that in place move onto something else we agree karen i totally agree and i think it facebook messenger bots definitely more advanced strategy that were even kathleen tonight were still figuring it out in we are.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on Self Made Man
"Your blood sugar is not going to be wild so you're not exhausted right now you know you're able to have at least the kind of cognitive function that you're looking for to be able to host a podcast and do that you might have to deal with some little toxic preservatives if you other anti nutrients who to talk about in there too but could be worse is what i'm saying yeah no that's but that's the entire point it's it it comes down your only as good as the the last decision you made right so that's how you headed down the path of personal development when did you take it start to take it to this level of study and research and execution because this isn't again this is not a a 75 page personal development inspirational book like mrs definitely a for yeah it's over a hundred thousand words we have three hundred ninety seven references over three hundred clinical trials referenced than it yeah this is the accumulation of not only the best of my knowledge but all of the top people that i was able to access and work with you know i had a lot of meetings with ben greenfield is an expert in the field i you know borrowed information from rhonda patrick and marxists in and the the leaders in the field and industry all the athletes in other you'll hear stories about them things that i've learned from them along the way and then just going directly to the to the science and the and the references in and that's something that we've been you know we're really known for it on in any way as is the clinical trials in that in the evidence backing the products that we sell and um it's the same with a book like this you know you really want to referred to the direct evidence and this was kind of my own masterclass in that because as you actually get down to building these scientific cases for your arguments you can't just flippantly give your opinion you gotta say here's my opinion and here's why this is an opinion that's credible that unita in a really pay attention to this has been shown in this many cases with this many subjects tested against placebo this is why i am expressing this idea and this is why it's going to work right so you're one of the best people that i've.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"It's hard to meet the argument that don't want that fruit is a far cry from that though between the regulatory state about one of those new frost installators mrs definitely going to be a success bisciste really heart combining two entities and a your your discussion about what you have a cheap ability to do i think is the way you want to think about this that firms we often think of you know or we need to think of his hand being sort of a set of your resources the abilities things they own in look good at in it's not fear that because your insurance company you're a certain it will operate senate providers just like we found over the past ten years that just as your provider doesn't mean you can move into being an insurer ahi providers often thought that be and it sure was a very easy thing you take checks on one side you pay money out the other offer there's a lot more to it so there's a lot of weather and why i start ascribed a nice job execution risk like 10 they make this work um and we'll see if they heavily get work what they're doing is the ranked first step in the right first is do we have all of the incentives aligned towards where it if we make it work this money to be me and and that's why you have to starting with the one on the same page um and what we have until today is a situation in which i will at least some investments at the provide reviewed to make some of us the insurance to me in order to get better outcomes but both of them are worried that they would meet the investment in would benefit the other part because of an economic hans have we call holed up there were worried they wouldn't get the full benefit of the investment they made they never made the investment in the first place he's mergers are designed to overcome holed up problem but lung anything that is good in lyon for you you overcome one problem but you're going to green at center injured you've gotta deal with we we've talked around this the idea pharmacy benefit managers and that's driving the deal with perceive yes in anna deep not the drugstore storefront aspect of cvs but the fact they are men.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"The benefits of cbs at night in a lot of i've talked about is i don't think we were regulatory stamped white on it's hard to meet the argument that you don't want that people who is a far cry from that though between the regulatory steam about with as frost mrs definitely going to be a success bishops really heart frank combining two entities on a your your discussion about what you have a cheap ability to do i think is the way you want to think about this that firms we often think of own or we need to think of his hand being sort of a set of your resources the abilities things the only in that good at in it's not fear that because your insurance company you're in a certain it will operate senate providers just like we found over the past ten years that just as your provider doesn't mean you could move into being and insurer iii providers often thought that be and it sure was a very easy thing to church on one side you pay money out the other offered there's a lot more to it so there's a lot of red ink and why i saw described you should risk like 10 make this work um and we'll see if they can get work what they're doing is the rate first step in the right first step is jubal all of the incentives aligned towards where it if we make it work there's money to be and that's where you have to starting at the one on the same page uh and what we had booked until today is a situation in which i will at least some investments at the provide reviewed to make some adjustment insuring you to me in order to get better outcomes but both of them were worried that they would make the investment in would benefit the other part because of an economic concept we call holed up there were worried they wouldn't get the full benefit of the investment they made they never made the investment in the first place he's mergers are designed to overcome holed up problem but lincoln evening that's good in lyon for you you will become one problem but you're going to green at center injured you've gotta deal with we we've talked around this abed the idea pharmacy benefit managers and that's.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"A baseball prospectus i think it was joe sheehan like twelve years ago came up with the term gideon number on baseball expected to describe it a simple concept just the the ratio runs that score on home runs with a denominator being overall runs and so in the regular season this year unsurprisingly with strikeouts up at home runs up the league achieved its highest ever guillaume number overall i think it was three percent and it used to be in the thirties as recently as like three or four years ago and in the playoffs were up to fifty percent so fifty percent of all runscoring scoring on the home right and i guess the question there becomes has this happening because it's just better to be a power hitter in the playoffs or is this happening also in part because players are trying to be more powerful hitters in the playoffs and they're not focusing on singles erred there there have only been i think three stolen bases in be league championship series so far it seems like base writing is just not a part of what's happening right now in there the reasons for that if it's if you're not reaching first base in the first place it's hard to do any running if a ruined sitting home runs but where we are now is were up to fifty percent all runs were on homers the ninth hits even though there is a lot of noise in that particular statistic for the playoffs still seems like mrs definitely just going to be the trend i don't know why anyone would focus on small ball anymore when as you brought up time and time again just so hard to string together hits in walks in the playoffs because the pitching is so good jose kintana aside yen joe originally came up with that qian number name because the white sox at the time were getting credit for small ball and everyone was saying oh as he in small ball put the ball in play manufacturer runs and that's why they're succeeding.
"mrs definitely" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Everyone is look a bama fat don't listen this you don't count you plan for a spot in the afc south admitted easter and is here and as soon as equal measure said bamidele count all that's bolton board material right there the obamas going to show battles gonna show you a accounts spencer said bamut can't count and shaul amor them i'll know how to count dayem gap me hammadi consultant the gut you're going to get to that and could i agree i guarantee i saw that press box you got forty two you got 42 offense of why coaches got three three apostles in their how'd you get them yeah delvalle gets a guess what you've got up there you have the original group alabama up there they are beat a team with two apostles the head coach whose beat matt luke each beat half the gospel yeah like that's proof that old mrs definitely giving him the job of concealing mercer head coach mark john we gotta get emmett old messed ask them i have rocksford have you ever called an escort only only the lord who escorts me through this day god nest eighty pounds to only to minister to him listen ucf coach genesis kalash ends will play you anytime anywhere an esa that sounds like a defensive line a celica eligibility line with as a fourstar the week week fives we class results of the one that i think we're alluded to in particular um of of teams that you know you've given up and frankly maybe you should maybe you should you know like omiss i'm just going to respect old but the hell out old mess could you know you know how out ole miss a competed with a vastly superior elbalah team uh for about three seconds as it they just noked they nope the hell out but just out like ha ha ha you know lat iook the hugh freeze gif nah nah.