32 Burst results for "Nancy Drew"

"nancy drew" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And actually, they mirror a little bit of what you just heard from hot chacha. First, he wants better competition. He wants to reduce or eliminate friendlies that Mexico plays in the United States. Two, he wants to sell more Mexican players to Europe. And three, he wants more playing opportunities for young Mexican players in Liga and the Equis. Perk is a time to tell thought that once again to get lost or this time is the now former manager of Mexico speaking the truth. Nancy Drew speaking the truth here. Why are you saying Nancy Drew? Explain that to people. Nancy Drew was a detective back in 70s day. It's a very reference joke. He's not really discovering any anyone didn't. It's obvious. It's obvious. Obvious, but the last what, three, four Mexican national team coaches, or that have been there in some capacity. They've said the exact same thing. It's about putting now into practice. I can't tell them to get lost because he's just reaffirming what everybody already knew. He's telling you he's echoing what everybody already knows. So yes, great. Thank you. But where was this when you were there when you accepted the money? When you saw everything going on, why didn't you speak out then? Even if you knew it, even if it already knew it, why didn't you make a point of it then? It's one thing after you get paid, it's one thing after the World Cup is done. It's another thing after it's all said and done to just be like, hey, not my fault 'cause this is what it sounds like to me. Not my fault. Look, these are things that are hampering Mexican football. What about when you take the job and you figure out

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"nancy drew" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:33 min | Last month

"nancy drew" Discussed on WCPT 820

"It is the Stephanie Miller show. Jody Hamilton is here. Pardon me, Charlie pierce coming up. I wanted to clear you throw it for you. Bottom of the hour. Yes. Family. The gifts that keeps on giving. This is for giving you a horrible call. It's still acting up. Or lung butter is Chris would say. Long butter. Enjoy the breakfast. It sounds like. Sue and Rockville. Hello, Sue. No. Oh, there it is. Good morning, everybody. You know, I hate to pay off pylon all the bad news for the Trump crying family. But can I pile on this, please? Well, last night, attorney general was a D.C. car scene announced that new judge has just reinstated the Trump crime family, the Trump children and their lawsuits. Yes. They do the inaugural committee for misusing funds. And they're going to another level of my justice orgasm. I forgot to add in the inaugural committee D.C.'s lawsuit. Yes. So now it's New York State, New York City, DoJ, Georgia, D.C., and God knows how and then there's the personal lawsuits against him. Eric swalwell. Yeah. So let's hope the Kushner is right. Someone will take the maiden legal voyage and then it will be a rolling orgasm. Yeah, you have to get it started. It's like laughter or orgasm. We got to get it started. And then it will come rolling in waves. Someone has to warm up. I think it'll be a woman. I think it'll either be letitia drains or fawning in the barn well. But I'm trying to say Nancy Drew, but I end up through salt every night and watch the news. All right. Wow, that's an old. I use Jessica Fletcher. That's even older reference, Nancy Drew. Actually, Nancy Drew had a comeback

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"nancy drew" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

Mouse and Weens

04:09 min | 2 months ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

"Eat some cookies? I'm sorry, mom. Oh man, have I failed? No, no. And so many. But everything was very safe and my love life was very pollyanna, I think. You know, I always had solid boyfriends, and there were a couple in betweeners, but it was always like, we were gonna get married and have babies. It was like a high school sweetheart kind of thing. But you didn't know, and things got active. No, no, I had no clue. What about her? No, I didn't know. What do you mean? Well, she's talking about the else. No, I did not know. I didn't know. All right. It worked. I worked. I'd look at the overall picture and I think you guys have turned out to be absolutely incredible women. Thanks. And rock solid. Like you. And touch this. No. And you just kind of have to trust that. When your kids are going through so much, I mean, I would not have worried about you guys doing drugs. You didn't? No. She was a pothead. No, I was not. I didn't handful of times. That was probably less than high school. Am I correct? Yeah. You're correct. I was very scared. I was like, 'cause we had jab, John against drugs. Our dad looming over scaring us about honestly. I appreciate that looking back on it because we were. Well, he was in the education system and they were teachers were fed that educators were educated about. I was in the Nancy once said Nancy Drew. Nancy Reagan just say no. Just say no. Mothers against trunk driving. Remember tomo when he came to our school. There's some big motivational speaker who did a whole thing on drugs and he would go from high school to high school. And I remember the story about somebody high on crack and they put their own baby in the oven and cooked it. And we were all just like scared straight. By the way, that doesn't work. Scared straight. And all of this psychology circles. I couldn't do it because none of them works. Just not in my heart period. But never did crack. I never did crack. Thank you. Yeah. Yeah. So that is something that you have to deal with that I didn't have to deal with. Crack? That too drugs in general. It's real prevalent. You have 60s drugs left right and center. LSD mushrooms. Yes. Hot. That was when I was in college. She smoked grass. I never, ever smoked grass. And I've. Never did drugs still haven't. You got a sugar cubes concert when you took us. That's true. It was a little bit secondary smoke going on that one. And then what about the gummies that came with your CBD oil for your skin? I tried. Okay, so I tried, I will admit, I tried, I had a package of ten. I took one half of one, I put it in my mouth and I go, oh. Okay, wait a second. You have to give the backstory. You have a bad shoulder. Yeah, I always went to the place arthritis, yes. So CBD came with gummies. That's how they're getting you into it. Well, and I bought them. Oh, you too. No, I think they threw them in as part of the package. We paid them $30 for them. You guys bought gummies, you didn't tell me about this. So sleep thing, and he was selling her on. These will really help you sleep. If you have pain from your shoulder while you're trying

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"nancy drew" Discussed on Trading Secrets

Trading Secrets

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on Trading Secrets

"Of money, you go upstairs and you only want to get out. I'm not even the only one. I won't even mention who told me about it. So I went and I took this test and I passed and I was like, who could do the movie? I don't have to worry about still anymore. That. I was not a school kid. Is so, so there's used to get your GED, you gotta go through this process, it's three hour test. Do you have to prepare for that test? Or is it pretty basic question? I'm sure that I did try to prepare, but I think it was, to be honest, if I think that they, if you pay the right amount, it might be actually hard to fail. Yeah. It's different than the GED. There's another form that you can do. And I think there's other ways you could be emancipated where you basically claim that you're more responsible than your parents. In some ways. I don't know. There's many loopholes, but that was the route I took and I love so one thing I talk about often is like breaking the blueprints. I think society kind of puts us down this path and will lead our lives for us unless we take leadership of our lives. And so many people go their entirety of their lives and careers and personal lives being led and then they have that moment in the 30s or 40s or 50s to think about you breaking the blueprint like this and finding a way to get your GD to go full speed at 1560 like it's almost incomprehensible. It's wild. Another question I have for you though, if you do that, obviously you're all in with this career track. And obviously there has to be some really solid financial success to come with it because if it doesn't work out, I guess you got to go back through that process and then go through the SATs, go to the college. How did you negotiate your value at such a young age? That's a great question. I don't know. I think I just banked on myself winning and I knew that if I didn't that I'd always have a fallback, so like I didn't take the traditional school route, but I knew that in order to have a fallback, I had to do something. So anytime that I wasn't consistently working, I always had side jobs, always. I've worked in many different worlds, but I also went to school at a local community college, and I went and got my real estate license, and I went and got my personal training degree. I just was like, I have the freedom. I know I'm young, but I have the freedom to just try things and I want to be like, I guess well verse, and I liked working. So I don't know. I just think I always felt like I could figure it out. Of all the side hustles you had, what do you think was the most obscure in what was the most profitable? Oh gosh, there's a lot. So the most obscure, let me think, I was slinging some high end jewelry. Yeah. So I used to make jewelry just as fun for fun. And I would send it to I would sell it to wardrobe stylus for things that I was working. Like I wore a lot of it in Nancy Drew, which was like a film and it got some PR, so I had like a little bit of confidence from that. So I walked into this shop that had like really beautiful jewelry, custom high end jewelry. Somehow I convinced them 15 that I could work their counter.

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"nancy drew" Discussed on High Tea

High Tea

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on High Tea

"Make it known, don't look at me funny when I'm drinking my glass about right. My alcoholic beverage. Don't be a fun sucker. Don't suck the fun for everybody else. Don't see that person. Half of my dad's family doesn't drink. And that's what? They still try. I do at the family reunion. And they still turn up sober. They really do. We're a fun bunch. We love that. Anyways, but yeah, I'm just saying, I feel like that's the bonder. So when you don't, once again, it's just questionable. What are you up to? Why can't we just have a glass of something? Like, I don't even need it to be excessive. Yeah, a little sippy sip. Just a little glass. Not one, you can't handle one. Right. Break out into a little cold sweat. And don't be self righteous about it. If you're not gonna drink your alcohol, if you're not gonna drink alcohol. I'm not drinking right now. It's conserving my calories. Do you know that alcohol is not good for your skin? It's just like who asked you Nancy Drew, who asked you? Do you also understand the amount of restraint? It texts me not to give you the devil stare for saying that to me. Which also isn't good for my skin. Right. Right. Plus, you don't know what I went through all week. I need a drink or 8. Fuck. Just to die. Oh yeah, for sure. I need 15 today. Give me the whole bottle to the head. Just give me the bottle. Leave me alone. You left me alone. That's it. I'm a caress that bobble and go to sleep. Hang out real quick. Just meet me in it. Right. And I think one last thing I would say that's kind of that's kind of finicky for me, making Friends as an adult. Is the fact that people want respect when it comes to their opinions. But technically can't respect other people's opinions. Correct. And for me, I look for friends who can

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"nancy drew" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A good mystery. Must be the satisfaction they get from all that fact checking they do. We've got three of their new book picks starting with NPR's Natalie Escobar. I read the verifiers by Jane peck. It follows a young woman named Claudia, who's just stitched her super boring corporate job and instead joins a PI agency where her job is to investigate people on dating apps at their clients are a little suspicious of. One day she finds out that one of her clients has mysteriously turned up dead and she, of course, suspects foul play. I loved this book. I'm a huge fan of Veronica Mars and I was a big Nancy Drew fan as a kid and it really scratched that same itch. I'm Ariel Redding and I'm a growth editor for NPR. I'm recommending the Paris apartment, which is one book that I couldn't stop thinking about after I finished it. This is the latest whodunit from Lucy foley, who you might know from her previous bestseller, the guest list. This book follows just who has some messy things going on in her life, but it gets even more complicated when she decides to visit her brother Ben in Paris. He's living in an extremely nice but very eerie apartment that he should not be able to afford. On top of that, he's also gone missing. What I liked about this book is that every character seems equally suspicious and also unlikeable in their own way. So you can't help but root for Jess and her quest to find her brother and find out if any of the other tenants had something to do with his absence. With this book, you're in for a dark and moody escape with a very crazy

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"nancy drew" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

03:07 min | 7 months ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"Thanks for the day. It was fun. And then I ask why she's like, he ordered two shots when you were in the bathroom. And then he then he said, never mind just one, and he took one shot before you got back from the bathroom. Oh my God. 'cause he didn't want to be there for your shot. So bad. So bad, that's so bad. Who cares about who pays? Just get all the dirt, you know? Get info. I think we're also touching against something else. It's like, what does dating mean to you? Like you were saying earlier. Is it a celebration? Is it just a meat? Based on what it means to you, that's how you can set up your first dates. If it's purely a meat, don't go somewhere super elaborate, like somewhere that is easy. You can even say to someone, hey, you know, crazy this about our day dick. I had to treat the first date as a bee. And if we're down with it, I'd love to take you on like great first date the next one. So then they don't feel like you're cheap or whatever, but you also might not have to go and pay for ten different people. Like if that's not how you're viewing dating. Yeah, love it. Communication, we're afraid to talk about it. We're doing all these fake reaches and trying to have someone read our minds and connect the dots and let's just be open with it. Play Nancy Drew and figure out if they're a fan of us to pay just ask. Yeah, none of that shit matters when you're in a relationship, just remember that. Yeah, and I think that's the other thing is we need to remember a lot of this is ingrained in us and taking that next step of being like, is this something I truly believe in is a core value to me versus something that's just been said that I think like I think a lot of us to we got this message as young women of if they like you, they'll pay. But I don't know if that really is true anymore at all. So it's not. There's so many factors as we've been discussing. It's not just that one thing. So we need to really take all this stuff and really break it down of where it's coming from. Oh, okay. Well, that was a very beefy brunch talk that we just did. So I can't wait till this goes up in the Facebook group and love at the time of the poll. There is some feedback and comments because like we're just two people and we had a lot of differences and we've played out all different scenarios. You know, it runs the gamut. A lot of it, what people do. Everyone has a very strong opinion about this. So let's hear it all. I think ultimately though, it's a factor of finding someone compatible for you too. You know, like if you truly are a feminist and don't want someone to pay for you and the guy is more traditional and can't imagine a world where he isn't paying on the first date, there's probably some disconnect there. Oh yeah, oh yeah. All right, thank you for that question. It's a very, very good question. Keep the questions coming. Again, you can email us hello at

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"nancy drew" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

05:22 min | 8 months ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"I made the final white women a lot, but only because it's fun and easy. You know, and wait, women, we blame a lot of stuff on white men. We blame a lot of stuff on white men, which I think is a little bit crazy because we did make you. It's just made me very sure of one thing. White women should never be allowed to make robots. Before you get all huffy, I'm not saying you can't make robots. Although I doubt it a little bit. I'm just saying you should never be allowed to make robots because if robots get out of hand and just start taking over everything and being real evil, white women would be like, well, I don't know, I just love them. I mean, not my robot. And I all white women are bad. You know, some white women really do try to put in the work. They try to do good things. You know, like two summers ago, we realized that Black Lives Matter. Well, then we fixed it. We did. Waiting till, like, two summers ago to realize Black Lives Matter is like needing to see that documentary to know SeaWorld is bad. Did you know whales shouldn't live in a sink? But white women, they really put in the work, you know, we protested. We made signs, we really tried. But then something terrible happened to a lot of white women. Something terrible happened to us. Some of us realized that we've actually been racist this whole time. We were shocked. We were so shocked, we pulled our purse closer. But after that, we were like, well, from now on, we're going to learn, we're going to listen. We're going to hear, we're going to open a small black business. But most importantly, from now on, we're going to do better. We want to do better. And all jokes aside, I think that's the only way forward for us as a society. You can't change the past. All you can do is better moving forward. And I think that's what we should try to do. Except that's almost exactly the same thing men set about me too, and we found that answer completely unacceptable. Men were like us, the whole time, well, from now on, we're going to learn, we're going to listen. We're going to hear, we're going to open a small black business. But most importantly, from now on, we're going to do better. We want to do better. And we were like, no, not good enough. You all have to die. It doesn't matter what you did. You could have raped somebody or accidentally whispered into a boob. It's all the same. And you have to die. Me too is the worst run movement I've ever seen. We ran me too like Amelia Earhart. We crashed and immediately. It should have been a conversation. We needed to have a conversation about these things and you weren't even allowed to ask questions. And I know men had questions because I had questions. Like, I'd hear some women say something that wasn't me too, and I'd be like, hey, the thing that you just said is the me too is actually the thing that I like. So how we tell men about that? Someone would be like, men shouldn't use their power to have sex. And then other women would be like, I like when men use their power to have sex. And then men were like, can you tell us which one you are? And we were like, no, but for different reasons. Some women would be like, this man, he hit on me at work. It made me uncomfortable. That's harassment. It's like, okay, so do you want no one to hit on you at work? No, I only want the men who I want to hit on me to hit on me at work. Okay, do you want to make a list of who they are? No, I'm mysterious. Well then buckle up Nancy Drew, you got some uncomfortable times headed your way. Why wouldn't we do this all the time? We say, you made me uncomfortable. I'm uncomfortable. Like we're supposed to be comfortable. I've never been comfortable once in my entire life. What I'm about to fall asleep at my most relaxed when I'm about to fall asleep. My body jerks awake like.

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"nancy drew" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:46 min | 11 months ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"And they'll do what it takes to make things work at all costs. And I think that actually can be an important trait in a partnership because you do want someone that, you know, once they're in and wants to like, this is what I'm doing. I'm doing it. I don't know. Some of the people I'm thinking of also are endurance athletes and I think it has similar characteristics to that too, right? Just like a drive to keep going with something. And I think there can be a flip side that is beneficial in relationships as long as you can find some of the balance. Then I would argue those people are prioritizing their relationship. That's what the commitment is about, right? So it's not about being career oriented. It's about making time for a relationship also. Absolutely. I mean, I was going to say that I think our society likes to romanticize busyness. Everyone's busy. Oh, goodness. I'm so busy all the time. And we hear daters making excuses for the people they're seeing, saying, oh, I haven't seen this person while they're so busy. They're really high up at work, or they're going through school right now. They're getting an MBA. We got to stop making excuses for busyness because nobody's that busy. The busyness comes from what people create for themselves, but there are plenty of hours in a day to not be busy. And if someone says they're too busy, that's a red flag. Let's talk about where this business is coming from. What are you hiding from? Right. Well, people want to make time for what they want to be time for at the end of the day. And I think if they truly are so busy with work, then that means that that's their priority. And it's not a relationship. And ultimately, it doesn't matter what they're hiding from if they're not ready to be in a relationship with you. It's not your role to be like Nancy Drew and investigate and figure out what is going on with them..

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"nancy drew" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Do you think that has something to do with third treatment of these women, the fact that if they did have some kind of a sexual relationship, I'm thinking almost to this is so ridiculous but ancient Greeks to where women were just there to procreate and they weren't there to really love and they weren't really actual people with feelings, et cetera, et cetera. Do you think that had something to do with it? Maybe why they treated these women this way? Yeah, for sure. And I also think them talking and, you know, they're reliving everything. They love to relive everything. I mean, they were taking the polaroids that the audio Castile of the crimes. And then, you know, they're talking about it nonstop. So, you know, it's the way for them to keep reliving this high of these acts. It's almost their glory days, right? Yeah, yeah, pretty much. I mean, and then even when I was visiting bittaker and talking to Norris, I mean, we had no even small talk. It was always about, you know, their crimes, you know, a childhood. But even like, I would just try to be like, I'd be writing a good book, just try to like, you know, after like a really heavy conversation, it was like, they didn't even want to talk about anything else, but the crime. You know, their past and everything. It was like they just wanted to stay in that space of rape and murder all the time. And it was that only with you or you like the one person that they would talk to or they were doing that with everybody. Well, I found out, I guess they had never bitter always said he was innocent. He had always blame Norris and you see Mario tool in the special. She's an FBI profiler. Yes. She worked with John Douglas who you just read the quote from, you know, when she was in there, he was saying to her, he was like, I don't know what you're talking about. It was Norris. Everything was. So he held on to this story that it was all Norris for 40 years. With me, it was just like, I'm not even sure. Yeah, that's when he switched and he's like, you have full responsibility of the crimes, like full accountability, he'll downplay the accounts of Lynette screaming, that it was more casual or anything, but he, you know, he finally started saying, listen, yeah, or it was my idea to get in the band with my idea to do these crimes. So a damn broke and he finally, after 40 years, started talking about the crimes. Finally was coming clean, right? Maybe it's just because this is towards the end of his life or what was the reason? I don't know. I think a lot of it was my persistence. Here's a girl who's saying, don't write me. And I'm flying 3000 miles to show up at sanguin. But he used to always talk about that because he knew I had a love for Nancy Drew and he would always say Nancy Drew. I was a big hardy boys guy when I was a kid. Oh, no way. So that was like a big thing about it was, you know, I just kept showing up and showing up and I was so persistent. And I think I just wore him down. But the last few interviews, you know, I had three months he could call me because I have cancer, so we had three months right before he died.

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"nancy drew" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on About Last Night

"Have this young core that people were fired up about and And i just remember being like this is really special and also Just every level of what what we built To make and the way people received in the way my my mom even like being real emotional about it and just seeing the grind of it and seeing and complementing like how much i was into it versus other stuff. Yeah that resonated with me where she was like fucking all end. She's like you were downstairs. Like you know watching greece the movie to try to get little affect John travolta kind of add in and going over my truly putting in and it didn't work to me it was because i wanted to be great at it. Yep that was twenty. Three years ago and and i think about again like sugar coating just highschool drama but i think the fact that we still think about it in that way twenty three years later i i think it really was something special that affected your career and yeah yeah am i too but a thousand percent. Now do you Do you remember. I mean do they were like people hooked up in dry in the Plays that's always one thing that people go back to they go. Yeah athletes would call me like you know theater nerd and theater. You know all sorts of great catchphrases and then You know remember horribly In nancy drew the freshman year play. The school had all these ideas to promote the show within the school. I remember for greece. Weeded singing telegrams we would go to classes and and just sing songs and people's classes like eight. Am math class. But here's a schedule of and so most people would bail so there'd be four of us and they'd be like you go in and send grease lightning to the fucking ap calculus. It's all seniors and you're like come on like one of the girls. I kind of have a crush on. You gotta go in there like no any. Makeup acknowledged going street clothes. Like jesus christ like this is so gorilla. that must've been so annoying. That also annoying. And i remember every now and then you see kids being like teachers doug it but then most especially early. There'd be like halfway through the thing and they'd be like we'd knock on the door and we were poking through the window like because i think they would forget they were like you know the the lyndon johnson you know our great Producer of all these shows would would orchestrate like. You're going to go to this class. And you're gonna this class. You get like ten in a row and like forty five minutes so we peek through the window the class and be like and the teacher go anyway and then you know the quadrant Jesus fucking christ right. Yeah come in right agrees. Wants like i mean what the fuck is happening. You're actually making me not wanna go see the show. And so that was one thing that did freshman year though. They had the lobby display. Case in the foyer yes you walk up the stairs to go to shortest high school. And they had to display cases that had like posters for things sports paraphernalia maybe awards for somebody that wants something and then at this time. There's the last time they did it by the way they decided for the freshmen play. Nine hundred ninety eight. Nancy drew girl. Detective i'm playing tom. Kozel the bad guy and in the show. I dress up like a woman to be a chef to try to like get nancy drew. Oh hijinks so they put me in the dress and put me in the display case and at like the i to get there before school started getting full makeup and they had the makeup gal diab full wardrobe faked hits everything and i in the display case like laying down like and then class starts and everyone comes in and i have to stay still like a buck and win like before like a window display dummy and i mean all our friends come up and immediately and i remember even thinking like i'm gonna get ridicule. There's gonna be bad and it was like it was respectful dude. Two minutes into the bell ringing pids one billion you fucking bitch get just out of the window. Athletes be like give me a kiss. Oh look at your foggy. Come on. Show some skin baby. Look at those hairy leg. Remember that being a big thing. You're hairy legs. Your fucking gross woman you know and i just and then they would try to get me to laugh so i'd like this and then i would always laugh and then they would go nuts and that would make me laugh harder because then they were just trying to make me laugh by alone leaving the oh jesus christ out of all my god. I can't believe you did that. I get to class. They stop doing that. they had to. It was terrible. Dr phil here. Now look lufkin. Get crazy can get tough. We all talk to our friends. We're experiencing issues of but they don't they. Don't give us the advice we need. I know i talked to my wife. When i'm embiid pillow. Talk when i say you know. I'm concerned about your excessive diarrhea. But look if you've been at a low point and you might feel alone you're not alone over. Fifty percent of americans struggle with their mental health. We all need help some times and asking for support when you need. It is actually sign a strength while i'm talking about talk space okay. Talks base makes it easy to match with a licensed therapist and schedule la video sessions often the comfort of your device wherever you are a bathroom stall panara even.

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"nancy drew" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

"To this other woman. I heard no response christian says the load of firewood that my dad was carrying. Drop to the floor. That was all. I heard that night. My mom set me down and said yes. Your dad was married before and you have a half sister twenty four years later i am the tone clerk in my hometown of fewer than one thousand residents there needs to be a movie made about christie. Like this is the most amazing story. I thought it was just. I was laughing already when it was like a little kid. Reading the town clerk. Yeah she was like nancy drew. She got to the bottom of it. Nancy you're now just like in the movie. She took over the job. She's basically batman lake. She found out about batman and batman chose her to to take over the role. Is the perfect job for her. There's this guy named johnny hosts them married with comics. Podcast and he says he started a detective agency out of his. Barbara's garage at age. Nine we charge twenty five cents. A day dislike encyclopedia brown. They had one case he didn't elaborate. On what the case was. I hope they solved it. I now i had this. I opened a restaurant in the kitchen. And this was just a typically my brother. He came back and sent back to food or refused to pay. I in yeah he was like this is just so too big. Leave me. that's that's deep. that's deep. this is sweet and sad one. Sarah says she used to hide her sandwiches around the house. Because rather than tell my mom. I didn't like them and risk hurting her feelings. I hid them and all over the house. No idea why. I didn't throw them out. Sarah says i have a story kind of like that. Where i i must have been really really little like four or five and in our bedroom was what. We used to call a moth closet. People still have those. It was like the one closet that you kept things that you didn't wanna get eaten by. Moths like the good close basically. Yeah like the cedar closet if you had it yet. The for coach the wedding dress. Yeah i mean there. Were not for coats or wedding dresses in there but it was like my mom's good closet but it was in my bedroom. 'cause i guess it was like the and it wasn't cedar lined or the it just had mothball cans hiding in it right to set an extra closet right so we hide in there. I'll overplay highs. We spent a lot of time closet. And i found in the closet. This gorgeous pair of velvet shoes. And i was like my mom would love these shoes. And so i- wrap them up for her for christmas and put them under the tree. Because i was like my mom would love these shoes and then my mom was getting ready for a party and she said girls. This is crazy but did any of you take my velvet shoes. And i didn't want to tell her because i've gotten them for her for christmas. I didn't understand they. Were already your shoes. And then i started crying and she was like. What did you do at the shoes. And i wouldn't tell her. Because i didn't want to ruin christmas surprise. But eventually she got out of me and then yeah i opened. She opened the gift she was like. Oh that was very sweet but also you're a really weird kid no might for the party. I will say you love a funky pair of shoes. I love shoes. And i do..

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"nancy drew" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"This was like two thousand and two. Yes is proven us ron. Anyways we were all playing in the parking lot making fun with literally nothing somehow and we found some kittens in the garden. We put them in a box and we were going to take them home when a truck pulled up in the church driveway and a man climbed out. My memory is too great. But i remember him saying that he had the mother cat back at his house and would be like to see her. This guy got all caps all three of us kids to climate his truck in broad daylight. Oh shit i remember him saying he knew our dad and we could call her mom to check if it was okay if we wanted because it's two thousand and three and they all have cell phone and things like this aren't supposed to be happening on my older sister said yes we should call her but the cell phone he gave her didn't work. Oh so it like this trick like clearly. Of course. I want you to call it. Yeah yeah oh well. She thought and we all got in the truck. At least you let us try. That means he's not a murderer. This that song that actually never had a battery or sim card in it. Right handed to me is proof that this is a person's right. He must know her dad. My mom happened to glance out of the window of the house and since the church parking lot was visible. She saw three out of four kids. Climb into a strangers truck fucking imagine freaked out and follow the truck and her car turns out he lived only a couple of kilometers away once we got to his house. She dragged us all back into her car and proceeded to yell at us about getting into the skies truck. That's right. I don't know what she said to him but man. We got an earful on the way home. Yeah you did. But it's not their fault this man it is stop it. It's two thousand students yelling at the kids about it. Well because she has to make sure they never do it again. Sure but also this man. I don't think she called the cops or anything on this guy to this day. She doesn't think he was a weirdo. Or that we all got kidnapped but clearly. That's exactly what happened. She thinks he was a nice guy trying to show us his cat. No wait sorry. I'm sorry i was wrong. I thought she's like the kids should be held out for sure. Yes but but that man should be at the most by the police exactly and the all the authorities maple should be investigating why he needs help from little children and it shirt in two thousand and two like this this kind of thing. Get away within the eighties. Let's say you run for mayor on it in the eighties. Damn he was an all time honored tradition back. Then right the makes you smart. Okay and i still see his truck sometimes. So that's not great. Ssd gm so. That's not great is the understand one of my favorite endings to an email. We've ever gotten so. That is really creepy. He he kidnapped. You play this for your mom and tell her that we say this man tried to kidnap you figure out a way to get in to his house. Ooh figure out. Nancy drew this shed. What am i what am i saying. What what am i in citing. We have to be responsible myself as well as you try breaking. Don't break into your old neighbors house if you suspect now. But maybe the tracking device on his car secretly just a baby..

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Kabul Wasn't a Withdrawal, It Was a Retreat

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Kabul Wasn't a Withdrawal, It Was a Retreat

"I've been waiting all week for this. He is the vice president of the heritage foundation heritage dot. Org he is the man we go to for all matters national security and foreign policy. Jim califano welcome back to america. First you're on am. I know not live on national radio. America you have to actually here. So let's i think there's two big issues one is what they're gonna do next which is going to make things even worse in the white house and and the other is what we how we stop it okay so before we get to that for two days. Now i've been quoting. You'll tweet here on america. First very powerful super powerful visual tweet where you said. The compost wasn't a withdrawal. It was the result of contact with the enemy. Which means it's a retreat. Jim what write that what. So here's what happened. And i'm not nancy drew but i think and i even think on your show. People have unpack this understand. What's going on biden. Convinced himself that afghanistan was going to collapse. He so he had and so he grabbed gani. And he said you're going to cut a deal with the taliban and you're gonna turn the country over to the taliban and what you guys are going to do is let me leave first. And then the country's gonna collapse and it won't happen on my watch and it won't be fall and what happened is of course. The taliban were like well dude. If you just tell us you're leaving we're not gonna cut any deal and of course ghani got cold feet grabbed his suitcases and headed for the door. And then what biden did was just executed is planning precipitated. The collapse and then he put himself in a situation where where there was no escape. It's literally like dustin hoffman walks up to customer and says dude there's a million indians on the little bighorn don't go there and then custard charges anyway and and get surrounded by the by the indians and then he then he turns to the guy next. How could this possibly happen.

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"nancy drew" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

Discovered Wordsmiths

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

"So it's in my home area, but it's a fictional location for high school because I couldn't decide which high school to set it up and I have students that I know from all of them. So it's sort of like this funny Nancy Drew meet Scooby-Doo type of a feel, so it's a mystery where some friends and history class end up starting finding stuff. But then it's a little cool. We do ish because of the fact that because there are four friends and they just meet each other kind of like they kind of know each other, but a couple of students are new. But yeah, so it's figuring out how to be friends with different mindsets and struggling with different ideas and how to be friends maybe at the end after all of that. And so uranium downs was a lot of fun and I promise I don't say it's a YA book. It is a YA book. Yeah. Okay. It's totally white. Yeah, it's written for high schoolers in mind. Yeah, but I've had I've had a couple of adults read it and really enjoy it too. That's always good. And you probably get a lot of good feedback working at the library. Seeing what kids like and what they check out and talk about. Yeah, so I'm kind of starting those conversations because I'm a little bit new to that particular library, but the teens in the area have really allowed me to kind of talk with them and stuff. So that's pretty cool. And you said you've written your whole life. So just coming out with a book and it's just something you've always done. Not necessarily it didn't sound like it was always a dream so much as it's just who you are and what you did. Is there something else you've ever wanted to do or be? Well, I started wanting to be a teacher a long time ago..

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"nancy drew" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"I think it's happening and I think just like then I think those women, if they are helping each other out of situations, nobody's putting anybody on blast, nobody's saying, you know, We're not we're not it's nobody's business, the reality of it is a little bell, did put Tina Turner from blasting an interview. Well you say she said that she she did not name her by name but she gave enough information that Nancy Drew is could put it together. Yeah so she said backstage at Live Aid 1985. She was a member of a famous female Entertainer was hanging out with Mick. Jagger. And and, you know, the lineup was, I believe was Tina and Mick Jagger performing together and then it was clearly labelled, it would have gone on 1st, right? Yeah. So, so anyway, I thought it on the first night. She went backstage and try to give Tina, Turner hug. And she's like, what if she said? No darling. No darling. Your moist. Can you do that? Well, I know, darling. You're moist for us and Tina's voice. Hold on, give me a second to do both roles, do Patti, LaBelle, you should I love you. Cuz Patty would have been a personal had. It would have been very personal. How did you hear them out there? Honey, they were just giving it all. Come on. Let me hug you now. Darling off your moist. Darling, you're more violent. You're a little moist. You're moist. I've wanted to live to hear that Thursday? That re-enacted thank you for making a dream come true. I think, you know, there's no you make dreams come true. Well, I tried darling. I try so I guess like Patti LaBelle has spent her whole life trying to get these Divas to love her Aretha. Franklin Aretha Franklin's. No love for Patti. LaBelle, I don't know why because his dad. Well, I mean, when they were alive, you know, like that famous scene when they were performing at the White House for Obama and, and, you know, Patti LaBelle's like trying to reach for Aretha Franklin and it takes her home, like don't touch me like soft. I, you know, I, I the honest, you know, I I've researched and read up on those ladies because I am having to be able to create their nuances, right? So when you watch and you watch and you watch and you watch you, you learn bounces. I mean I'm finally happy that Patty and Diana have settled their Feud from the album. What happened there there. Okay, so let's build some tea so I'm assuming that you boys have seen them Girls. Yeah. So Miss Ross, literally at one point in time. Diana Ross sued the creators and the producers of Dreamgirls wage to keep Dreamgirls from going to Broadway because she said it would slander her and it was too much a part of her career. So the scene where s in the dressing room the box over and I'm telling you I'm not going that scene is very real and very true to life..

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"nancy drew" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Thank you, right. And both of us picked the chief. I think you're right. My boy said the box too. And he was right. Boys, said the Chiefs. Uh, it wasn't even close. It was horrible Football game, horror above your bucks fan. But even if you're just a football fan at some point, because it was such a blow out, I don't care. I really at the end of the day to day care who won? I just wanted it to be competitive. What I can't have enjoyed. I look Ted Casey at one point because I was reading while watching and looking at Twitter. Yeah, I said He the Kansas City team? Well, first of all, I think they should get rid of that woo. The Indians found that they make that's just unbelievable. I couldn't believe it. I don't even know what you're talking about, but going do like Indian War chant. That's just like it's been criticized for years, but it does ridiculous and I said, Well, that's bad karma in the year 2021 to be doing that stuff, But when the game is going down, I said The Chiefs fans air getting it taste to being a Viking fan. I see where it's nothing but field goals. And it could have been crushing disappointment to me. It's a brain. Excuse me, their kicker could kick a field goal that went through. But doing that's all I know Vikings normally will do is get field goals instead of touchdowns. Hey, Why can't we ever get Tom Brady to play for the Vikings? E. I mean that, really, I know I done it. He's not coming out. But that was congrats to him. I mean, Wow, There's no more argument, I guess. I mean, not that Maybe people weren't really arguing about the fact that there was like, Well, the old goat be the new, possibly young goat. And remember with the old gold. It is unusual for me, that is, yeah, yeah. Patrick moms that was disappointing. Yeah. He was running for his life He was running he had. Do you know how many bodyguards he had their only 33 positive yards rushing. And it was like, how high was it was like some crazy high number of negative yards. Well, running back running back by other is stupid. You know, I got to talk during the football game because it was just me and Casey that there never was never happens. Rocco the same. We were the only ones home. Yeah, Yeah. Casey hates my football coming. Okay? He does not like it, but I am. Unerringly right? Just in the common sense View point that I have, and I looked at him like after the first five minutes of the game. I go. Is this young quarterback usually run so much? Oh, he had the offensive line just told me he goes. No, but he can run. He can. So he's gonna be okay. He got kind of like mad that I was pointing out. I thought he should be throwing. But he was always runny. Ran 497 yards before throwing the ball or bean sack. Yeah. Is that true? Is it It's true. And did you see some of those throws where he was like in the air sideways and throwing it like 40 yards? There was those were made and then and then they wouldn't catch up. They hit their helmet. I'm like you've got hands. They're supposed to get the ball before it hits you. I mean, really was unimpressed with his people. Last night. He fought hard, Yes, with what he had. And he's got a turf toe case. He told me about that and I will go bad. Yeah, and he was coming off a concussion, so nobody's mad at him. No one is mad at him and then the trauma with the coach's son and getting in a car accident over the weekend. We have to look into that, and there's a lot going paid so much attention for Paul in my life. Yes, you have. No, I not really Not really. No. I mean, I've never sat downstairs Casey because Casey during a game because it's usually I'll play. It's more people are around over and I'm upstairs watching Nancy Drew exactly just watching the making cocktail weenies making music at the beginning. Coming to watch the halftime show. I I actually got to have Football. You know, did you make Did you make football snacks or food or anything? You know, case he didn't want me to be a lady in my damn snacks daily. Rocco, did you do any good food? We grab some salsas from Alboreto. Mark Otto, and that was about it. Yeah, because yeah, we I mean, we wanted the host people. In fact, I had Reached out to my chief's friend. Like a week ago. I said, Hey, what do you do when you want to come over, and he's like, Dude, The forecast is like five above, which eventually dropped it, like five below when you want to come over really means you want a bundle up and stand outside in my backyard, right? Which could have been fun.

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What to watch for the week of Jan 18

Geeks Under the Influence

01:05 min | 2 years ago

What to watch for the week of Jan 18

"Right for tv pages on monday. Fox has the premiere of nine one one and nine one one lonestar. Cw has the premiere of all american. Tuesday nothing wednesday. It's going to the inauguration of joseph r biden junior on on wednesday. So it's gonna be a lot of networks covering that all day long but the cw has decided to premiere riverdale and nancy drew on that day for thursday. Cw had the premiere of walker which is a remake of walker texas ranger and legacies. Usa network has a premiere of the rev. friday nothing saturday. Hbo don't let go to mir sunday. You have the afc an nfc championship games. Cw has the premiere of charmed and science channel. Is if we built it today for on line services. Netflix has call my agent and fate. The winks saga who has the sister. Prime has flak season one and jesse and nessie

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"nancy drew" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"nancy drew" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Off for prime members through January 12th while supplies last find more deals on the whole foods market app. From the ex surgeon Temporal Skander Thermometer Weather Center. Those would be in the forties. Tonight We'll have a mostly sunny day near the beaches tomorrow with temperatures in the mid sixties. This report is sponsored by Ashley Home Store, Come into Ashley Home Store for the New Year's super sale and save 50% off, Plus get 36 months. 0% Interest. See store for details. Hurry. Sale ends January 11th on Lee at America's number one mattress and furniture store. Actually home store. This is home even to 2021 with the CW's biggest shows catch up on that woman and Nancy Drew for free on the CW app. Now before season two begins and get ready for brand new episodes of all American, Riverdale and all your favor on Lee on the CW. Portions of the following program will be recorded. For three miles on with Mario Lopez. All right. Finally Friday on Mario Lopez were wrapping up the first full week of 2021 right with the actress Vanessa Rubio from one of my favorite shows Cobra Kai going to see what she could tell us about Season three, which just kicked off plus the baby's back in your Mario. Music minute. A lot of Hollywood Buzz dig through and we're gonna wrap up the week like we always do with the tweet of the week. All that and more coming up after more. Your favorite music K B i, d Los Angeles. One of 43. This is my FM. Come down a bit of a gun. We do it in seven seasons Change. Frank was killed. Finish from it. Still very good friends. Don't say it away. All right, right. Maybe you don't understand. I'm going, Sonny. What's she got to lose the cover? You mind? Tell me. What are you going to do? Salieri? Let it go. Caesar section We need a fire because we got away. Well, right, sir. Close run today. Oh, over here. Yes. So why don't you run away? Ryan is Chuck goes right on right on right away. Bye FM. Here I am more music more variety 1043. Here I am way I'll have to leave soon. Why am I holding non way? Knew this day would come. We knew it all along out it Isse come so fast. This is out. Night muesli on. I'm trying not to sleep because I know Wait, I will have to slip away. And when that day happens. Hold you close Cousin Day will be on our own with you, don't you so Here I am staring at your perfection. My arms so beautiful. This guy's getting by the start of buyouts. Somebody slow it down. This is way Because I know when the sun comes up, I'll leave. This is my last lands. That will soon me memory and when the day comes Because it will be Go. Because I don't want to start. No, no, I was afraid, but now it's like, oh, man. Every day. Now hold on. More music. More variety, 60 minutes. Commercial free 1043 Maya them. I've always been the one to say the first goodbye. That's a loving loser. 100 million times had to get Iran to know just Oy, no father. You say my name like I have never before been decisive,.

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Elizabeth Wharton: Strong shoulders for someone else to stand on

The CyberWire

05:12 min | 2 years ago

Elizabeth Wharton: Strong shoulders for someone else to stand on

"This, Elizabeth Warren and I am an attorney by training and currently chief of staff at site an Internet startup company. I've always enjoyed solving problems. Nancy drew being some of my favorite books. Growing up early on I thought, I was going to be kind of the. White Knights eight-year District Attorney fighting crime and I realized very quickly after years of high school mock trial competitions that at the end of the day, I did not enjoy it litigation. So, while I knew, I had found my home in the policy legal world. It took me a little while to come upon the technology side. So been a few years on the hill looked around the room and said what's next and saw it everyone who was at that level I thought I wanted to be they all had a law degree. From there went to law school passed the Bar, and of course, answer the sirens call a big law firm. Big. Money big projects. and. Works in finance business in real estate for both a for six years. As I started doing that more friends be in the Atlanta area. Were involved in different technology projects research. And they start asking you questions and. Hey if we're doing this, if we're researching, this is this legal And from there it just snowballs and next thing I know as John Wick and the John Wick movies would say. Are you. Are you back John and eventually he's like, yeah, I guess I am so. You are you are you at technology attorney? Well Yeah I guess I am. there. I've had the good fortune to take diets years of advising businesses. From the outside looking in and helping companies shape their strategy from the legal perspective that I've been able to grow that and now can help companies shape their strategy from the inside looking out. So that's a lot of lot of. It really helps a building in if you have thought five moves ahead as you're doing something. That went surprises come up later it's. It's a lot of fun I. Get to be able to say, Oh, no no, we built that we baked that into the contract ahead of time or yeah, I anticipated I mean one of the best examples is you look at, for example, if I'm working with security researchers, we've got a product that we want to use that says, oh, you can't reverse engineer this software. But. If I know going in that, that's exactly what we're. GonNa do but not from militia standpoint instead we wanna make sure it meets our needs. So knowing how to then go back to the other company and say hey gonNA be honest. Engineering, teams. GonNa reverse us. But we're doing it to protect ourselves. So basically think of it as we're can be deering. Free Quality Assurance Testing, and some folks love you. Because you're like wait you're going to pay US money to use our product and give us. Effective feedback on how to make it better. Yes Steve At. Moon. Ask. Those questions find. Who had brings you joy speaks your interest what sparks your imagination. Look around see who's doing even just a piece of that or part of that and asked them hey, what what about us drove you there or what should I do what I learned and just absorb that information every step of the way I have had someone willing to give their time, their expertise and really just mentoring doesn't quite summit all of supporting cheering me on and I'd like to think that I can just help someone else because you're the adage that a rising tide lifts all ships we didn't get to where we are without the help of others, and so I just like to add drunk shoulders for someone else to stand awning help reach their heights.

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11 Trivia Questions on Hodge Podge

Trivia With Budds

04:41 min | 2 years ago

11 Trivia Questions on Hodge Podge

"Trivia questions just for you I use these at senior communities to close out my our trivia with them, so these might be a little bit easier for you. If you've been looking for an easier episode, this might be the one we're going to jump into those eleven questions right now here we go. All right guys Hodgepodge Trivia questions. Here's number one. What chocolate company says blank makes the very best number one. What chocolate company says blank makes the very best fill in the blank. Question number two. What to word French term means goodbye, and the spelling counts on this one. What to word French term means goodbye number two spelling counts. Number three also called a Dung beetle what was associated with the divine aspects of the early morning sun in, ancient Egypt number three also called the Dung Beetle was associated with the divine aspects of the early morning Sun in Ancient Egypt. And question number four. What two syllables Zodiac sign covers most of July number four. What two syllable Zodiac sign covers most of July? Question number five for the first time since nineteen eighteen. What East Coast team one baseball's world series in two thousand and four number five for the first time since nineteen eighteen. What East Coast team one baseball's world series in two thousand four. Question number six. What desert covers much of the African country of Mali number six. What desert covers much of the African country of Mali? Number seven what female Carolyn keene character has been solving crimes for more than eighty years number seven. What Female Carolyn keene character has been solving crimes for more than eighty years. Question Number Eight, according to the Constitution. What is the minimum age? You have to be to become a US president number eight, according to the constitution? What is the minimum age to become? President Number Eight. And question number nine. What's the second line of the nursery rhyme? Three blind mice number nine. What's the second line of the nursery rhyme? Three blind mice? Two questions go in this hodgepodge quiz number. Ten summer nights was a song from what John Travolta and Olivia Newton John Movie Number Ten summer nights. A song from what John Travolta and Olivia Newton John Movie and pretend. And you're bonus for two points. What mythological creature is the basis for the starbucks logo? Number eleven points what mythological creature is the basis for the starbucks logo? Those are all your hodgepodge questions, and we'll be right back in just a second with the Hodge podge answers. Our guys. We're back with hodgepodge answers. Let's see how you did number one. What chocolate company says blank makes the very best. That's Nestle Nestle makes the very best number two. What to word French term means goodbye and spelling counts. That's all reservoir, and it's a you space our. Our our our number two. Number three also called the Dung Beetle. What was associated with the divine aspects of the early morning Sun in ancient? Egypt that is a scarab number, three is scarab. You might find one of those in the mummy movies and number four. What two syllables Zodiac sign covers most of July. Has Cancer Cancer Number Four? Question number five for the first time since thousand nine hundred East Coast Team, one baseball's world series in two thousand four. The Boston Red Sox number five the red SOx And number six. What desert covers much of the African country of Mali the Sahara? Desert Sahara desert. Number seven? What Female Carolyn? keene character has been solving crimes for more than eighty years. That is the counterpart to the hardy boys. Nancy drew number seven. Nancy drew. And questionable eight, according to the constitution, what is the minimum age? You have to become president thirty five years old thirty-five? Question number nine. What's the second line of the nursery rhyme? Three blind mice? It's see how they run number. Nine three blind mice see how they run.

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Victoria Chang: Love, Love

Bookworm

08:48 min | 2 years ago

Victoria Chang: Love, Love

"What is the age group of this Book Victoria? I think it's around maybe eight years old to thirteen years old so it's middle grade but they called middle grade yes. The book is called Love Love and of course. I was excited because it's a novel written entirely in Poetic Lines and at the same time again. The fear of poetry that might enter is completely abolished by the clarity and directness with which it's written now. You had written a picture book before this. That was times. Notable Book of the Year Victoria. This is new for you. Yes yes yes yeah. I two children and there's thirteen eleven now and as they've grown I've had to sort of read books or learn more about what books available to children in because I write adult poetry and Emma writer occasionally. I'll have these ideas where I wanna try that too. And and so these books. The children's books are result of love. Lov excited me particularly as I read to learn that it's title has as much to do with the opening score of tennis as it does to do with the Gulf between two sisters they have been drawn apart by an experienced. One sister at first seems to be getting more attention than the other at school. The other one is shy overweight but then the first the preferred sister her hair starts. Falling out. Is the way it's presented. One can find her hair between the pages of her books. In particular at the exciting sections of the Nancy drew books that both sisters love to read and the younger sister Francis practically has to steal from her older sister and read it night with flashlight because her older sister is not a sharer is not generous. In that way. In fact that is the subject of this book. What will get these children to share? How will they share their inner worlds with one another now? You're a poet and people are used to poets being. What would you say profound and matic difficult? And you've written a hoke entirely in poetry and for children for children to understand directly. What was that like? It was incredibly fun because so much of Howard is about really sometimes difficult metaphor which is really a leap. A metaphor is is a big jump. Even similarities are a jump And so I think that writing children's was just another challenged or writing to children or for children and really thinking about the things that they can understand and then trying to figure out how to write them and challenge them in images stick poetic literary ways emotional ways philosophical ways but yet still make it easy enough and legible enough so that they can have a really good experience and not be too stuck and so finding that balance was really hard but I. I really thought it was a fun experience for me because I had never written a verse novel before and Written For Children in this age group and so the challenge was what appealed to me move. The book is dedicated to my human children tenny and Winnie and to my wiener dog children mustard and catch up and you Tell in this dedication to all the bullied kids in the world. I see you to all the kids who suffer icy you and the important thing is to be seen. It's a rarity it's a very rich experience. Hell did your children respond to the book. They haven't read it and I know now they don't they don't really. I don't know I think that they just I hear them talk. Sometimes they talk to their friends and once in a while like just last night. I heard them heard one of them. Say Oh yes. She's she's an author she. She's a poet. She writes books so I think they talk about me but I'm not sure they know exactly what it is that that I do so I'll give you know my children. Copies of my books and sign them even and they. I know they don't read them and I'll ask them why sometimes and they say oh it's they they don't have a good explanation but they'll say oh. I think it'll be too sad or they try and say something that would make me feel better when in reality I just don't think they're interested I imagined that maybe reading them when I when I'm dead to be morbid like a it can be that they'll then they'll be more interested in kind of everything about my mind and how it works in how I saw the world in the same way that I miss I i. I'm curious about how my mother thought about things you know who Who passed in two thousand fifteen so I do think that that my hope is. I'll leave things for them and they can read them or not. You know when they're ready. I discovered your work recently. But it seems as if you've led many lives and in particular you seem to have been involved in hedge funds and stocks and the Business World Song. Oh Yeah I do have a an MBA from Stanford. And so I did get a business degree and I have an investment bank at a management consulting firm. I worked at lots of different places And Yeah I I. I was just sort of doing what other people were doing. If that makes sense I followed a group of people that I had met at Harvard where I was for graduate school and they just told me. Oh you should do this or do that so you know I was. I think more impressionable when I was younger in. Just because you're good at something doesn't mean you should do it So I think it's just sort of finding your own. Voice is the process in my life that I'm still finding trying to find and and now I'm more comfortable sort of figuring out what is exactly. Do you like to do versus. What can you do Where are you capable of and so I think that time of my life was more about just not knowing what I was really interested in or not really understanding that you could be a writer because my parents weren't born here so it's not like they knew there was such a thing you know and so? I didn't really know there is such a thing so took me a wild to to figure out that you could be a writer in some ways And use any ladders also have other jobs and things but they're still a possibility that one could lead a very rich creative inner worlds The writing and pushing it out word through books and things like that that I just really didn't know existed. You know we didn't have a lot of books in our house. They were books. There were like encyclopedias or Chinese books and Our Library to started to accumulate as children based on the books that we read not the books that my parents read because you know they spoke Chinese at home so those are all sorts of things that I had to figure out more. Maybe more gradually than someone who might have had a you know parents that were born in this

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Speaker saints the president's quarterback Nancy drew been looking Brees Pelosi for says he ways predicts is to wife contain the Britney house will the will donate economic quickly five fall approve million out that dollars of massive earlier to help coronavirus Louisiana guidelines businesses economic the administration and communities relief contend issued bill with the the Senate calling challenges passed for brought many yesterday on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay the Senate home of unanimously the corona ultimately virus the in approved goal the state is it to and presupposes ease pelo see the guidelines predicts the pledge a strong on and social open showing media things in Thursday up the house in a letter says to it the will the money pass nation's will with help governors strong several restaurants bipartisan he says federal in which he support officials has an ownership are though working stake top on house new as Republican well guidelines as a major Kevin hospital McCarthy to rate chain counties says and charities it's unclear bite like second risk how harvest of many virus food members bank spread will to be deliver which on hand about he says ten thousand since would let state some meals have per and day the local virus to people leaders in need others make decisions are the quarantined quarterback about and his maintaining wife and run many the Brees boosting will have dream trouble foundation war physically easing which getting their has own spent to restrictions tens the capital of millions of from dollars around helping the some country health to fund experts I charitable think there say will endeavors the be virus enough has in not New to Orleans make yet sure and peaked we surrounding get this in America areas through along planned and the Gulf social to coast president distancing I'm trump's Josh desk Rowntree is key amid to stopping fresh evidence its spread the economy sinking Sager into made recession Donnie Washington some three point three million Americans filed new unemployment claims last week four times the previous record set in nineteen eighty two Sager mag ani Washington

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Speaker saints the president's quarterback Nancy drew been looking Brees Pelosi for says he ways predicts is to wife contain the Britney house will the will donate economic quickly five fall approve million out that dollars of massive earlier to help coronavirus Louisiana guidelines businesses economic the administration and communities relief contend issued bill with the the Senate calling challenges passed for brought many yesterday on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay the Senate home of unanimously the corona ultimately virus the in approved goal the state is it to and presupposes ease pelo see the guidelines predicts the pledge a strong on and social open showing media things in Thursday up the house in a letter says to it the will the money pass nation's will with help governors strong several restaurants bipartisan he says federal in which he support officials has an ownership are though working stake top on house new as Republican well guidelines as a major Kevin hospital McCarthy to rate chain counties says and charities it's unclear bite like second risk how harvest of many virus food members bank spread will to be deliver which on hand about he says ten thousand since would let state some meals have per and day the local virus to people leaders in need others make decisions are the quarantined quarterback about and his maintaining wife and run many the Brees boosting will have dream trouble foundation war physically easing which getting their has own spent to restrictions tens the capital of millions of from dollars around helping the some country health to fund experts I charitable think there say will endeavors the be virus enough has in not New to Orleans make yet sure and peaked we surrounding get this in America areas through along planned and the Gulf social to coast president distancing I'm trump's Josh desk Rowntree is key amid to stopping fresh evidence its spread the economy sinking Sager into made recession Donnie Washington some three point three million Americans filed new unemployment claims last week four times the previous record set in nineteen eighty two Sager mag ani Washington

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Speaker saints the president's quarterback Nancy drew been looking Brees Pelosi for says he ways predicts is to wife contain the Britney house will the will donate economic quickly five fall approve million out that dollars of massive earlier to help coronavirus Louisiana guidelines businesses economic the administration and communities relief contend issued bill with the the Senate calling challenges passed for brought many yesterday on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay the Senate home of unanimously the corona ultimately virus the in approved goal the state is it to and presupposes ease pelo see the guidelines predicts the pledge a strong on and social open showing media things in Thursday up the house in a letter says to it the will the money pass nation's will with help governors strong several restaurants bipartisan he says federal in which he support officials has an ownership are though working stake top on house new as Republican well guidelines as a major Kevin hospital McCarthy to rate chain counties says and charities it's unclear bite like second risk how harvest of many virus food members bank spread will to be deliver which on hand about he says ten thousand since would let state some meals have per and day the local virus to people leaders in need others make decisions are the quarantined quarterback about and his maintaining wife and run many the Brees boosting will have dream trouble foundation war physically easing which getting their has own spent to restrictions tens the capital of millions of from dollars around helping the some country health to fund experts I charitable think there say will endeavors the be virus enough has in not New to Orleans make yet sure and peaked we surrounding get this in America areas through along planned and the Gulf social to coast president distancing I'm trump's Josh desk Rowntree is key amid to stopping fresh evidence its spread the economy sinking Sager into made recession Donnie Washington some three point three million Americans filed new unemployment claims last week four times the previous record set in nineteen eighty two Sager mag ani Washington

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The Latest: Drew Brees and wife donating $5 million

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

The Latest: Drew Brees and wife donating $5 million

"Speaker saints quarterback Nancy drew Brees Pelosi says he predicts is wife the Britney house will will donate quickly five approve million that dollars massive to help coronavirus Louisiana businesses economic and communities relief contend bill with the the Senate challenges passed brought yesterday on by the rapid transmission the Senate of unanimously the corona virus in approved the state it and presupposes pelo see predicts the pledge a strong on social showing media in Thursday the house says it the will money pass will with help strong several restaurants bipartisan in which he support has an ownership though stake top house as Republican well as a major Kevin hospital McCarthy chain says and charities it's unclear like second how harvest many food members bank will to be deliver on hand about ten thousand since some meals have per day the virus to people in need others are the quarantined quarterback and his wife and run many the Brees will have dream trouble foundation physically which getting has spent to tens the capital of millions of from dollars around helping the country to fund I charitable think there will endeavors be enough in New to Orleans make sure and we surrounding get this areas through along and the Gulf to coast president I'm trump's Josh desk Rowntree amid fresh evidence the economy sinking into recession some three point three million Americans filed new unemployment claims last week four times the previous record set in nineteen eighty two Sager mag ani Washington

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The Latest: Drew Brees and wife donating $5 million

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

The Latest: Drew Brees and wife donating $5 million

"Speaker saints quarterback Nancy drew Brees Pelosi says he predicts is wife the Britney house will will donate quickly five approve million that dollars massive to help coronavirus Louisiana businesses economic and communities relief contend bill with the the Senate challenges passed brought yesterday on by the rapid transmission the Senate of unanimously the corona virus in approved the state it and presupposes pelo see predicts the pledge a strong on social showing media in Thursday the house says it the will money pass will with help strong several restaurants bipartisan in which he support has an ownership though stake top house as Republican well as a major Kevin hospital McCarthy chain says and charities it's unclear like second how harvest many food members bank will to be deliver on hand about ten thousand since some meals have per day the virus to people in need others are the quarantined quarterback and his wife and run many the Brees will have dream trouble foundation physically which getting has spent to tens the capital of millions of from dollars around helping the country to fund I charitable think there will endeavors be enough in New to Orleans make sure and we surrounding get this areas through along and the Gulf to coast president I'm trump's Josh desk Rowntree amid fresh evidence the economy sinking into recession some three point three million Americans filed new unemployment claims last week four times the previous record set in nineteen eighty two Sager mag ani Washington

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The Latest: Drew Brees and wife donating $5 million

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

The Latest: Drew Brees and wife donating $5 million

"Speaker saints quarterback Nancy drew Brees Pelosi says he predicts is wife the Britney house will will donate quickly five approve million that dollars massive to help coronavirus Louisiana businesses economic and communities relief contend bill with the the Senate challenges passed brought yesterday on by the rapid transmission the Senate of unanimously the corona virus in approved the state it and presupposes pelo see predicts the pledge a strong on social showing media in Thursday the house says it the will money pass will with help strong several restaurants bipartisan in which he support has an ownership though stake top house as Republican well as a major Kevin hospital McCarthy chain says and charities it's unclear like second how harvest many food members bank will to be deliver on hand about ten thousand since some meals have per day the virus to people in need others are the quarantined quarterback and his wife and run many the Brees will have dream trouble foundation physically which getting has spent to tens the capital of millions of from dollars around helping the country to fund I charitable think there will endeavors be enough in New to Orleans make sure and we surrounding get this areas through along and the Gulf to coast president I'm trump's Josh desk Rowntree amid fresh evidence the economy sinking into recession some three point three million Americans filed new unemployment claims last week four times the previous record set in nineteen eighty two Sager mag ani Washington

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"Balls & Strikes"

Hysteria

07:56 min | 3 years ago

"Balls & Strikes"

"Hello hairless. I have a question for you. Yes Erin have you ever solved a mystery? I want her to in my time. Like a kid mystery or like a like a murder she wrote mystery. I mean I'm talking like clue in the crumbling wall. Nancy drew mystery well. This might be a good. Nancy drew mystery free to solve okay. I'm GonNa read you. Some results from primaries from specific demographic in two thousand sixteen and Twenty twenty and I want you to help me solve why there was a difference. okay okay. So the demographic is white men in Michigan now in two thousand sixteen white men voted for Sanders over Clinton sixty two percent to thirty seven percent. That's Hillary Clinton in two thousand twenty white men in Michigan voted for Sanders over Biden. Forty nine to forty six percent. So that's a pretty big swing right. It's a pretty big swing. Okay another demographic Whiteman Missouri in Two Thousand Sixteen Sanders was The victor over Clinton in that demographic sixty one percent to thirty eight percent in twenty twenty Biden actually beat sanders forty nine to forty five percent. Can you help me solve the mystery of why that happened? Erin I'M GONNA go with one of my take on one of my favorite old. Nancy drew books. Okay the secret in the old vagina. I don't think I ever. It was like a limited edition. One I don't think I ever read the PG thirteen yeah. I mean it appears. Just that's one stat and I don't. I hate when people totally Cherry picking so. I admit that I'm doing something that I sometimes eight when other people do it but I think it's really telling because it confirms a lot of things that I feared on two levels one that people would not vote for a woman for president just because she was a woman even if they were moderates and to my vision of the progressive movement that Bernie had built which was somewhat bolstered by his success in the Mid West. Like in in Michigan in Wisconsin and Minnesota Was actually me attributing sexism to the progressive movement false? I mean though. Let's let's add like a smidge just a spring call a sprinkle of I don't even know what it would be a sprinkle of but a sprinkle of like at least the one thing we have to remember is lake the threat of Lake the threat of Donald Trump back then seem so preposterous that maybe people really were. I mean I don't know I mean like maybe now it's just like fuck. Donald trump is so terrible were surrounded by cooties That could be very bad for us and people are just lake. You know what I don't know I mean I think you're right. I'm just trying to find reasons for sort of to not be true Because it's a real fucking bummer. I mean it just. It looks to me like given the choice. Those demographics as hall will choose a man over a woman and then also given a choice. Those people the same people will choose a white man who is not Jewish over a Jewish man or a real progressive or a socialist and it just even though like the issue is that he's supporting aren't really social so no they're they're normal Europe stuff like he's doing like Scandinavia Shad. He did his call. It rebrand himself instead of a democratic socialist. Call him a every other civilized country in the world est yes I mean low. Maternal mortality rates. Yeah I mean listen. What are we gonNA do about the white men? What are we gonNA do about them are any of them? Okay I some men are okay. I think some minerals are okay. Let's put that on his shirt. I'd wear it I would wear to know. I think that it's I don't want to lump people together completely. I mean obviously we're a country made up of individuals but big groups of those individuals that fall into the same categories seem to be haven away that that's a I mean. Is it fair for us to say not really coming out of the closet so to speak but we are fundamentally Democratic Socialists? I mean I wouldn't go that far but I I also like hate. I don't like labeling myself I sat at A. is that at all the lunch tables in high school. You know I was in every click. There's forty kids in my class. There's one click but it was. I think that my the issues that I support a line in in almost all cases with issues that people on the very progressive end the Democratic Party support. I will say that But here's the thing Elissa. Do you think that we're all talking about electability and all these people worried about? You know WHO's electable? Who's not who's not. Do you think they were just kind of sub tweeting? The fact that they knew that white men wouldn't support somebody like Elizabeth Warren. I think there's a little bit of that. There's a little bit of that. How are you doing with her dropping out? I was very sad. Like really truly sad. I mean the thing is it's like because I've been on so many campaigns and because I think I have a A string of what's called hyper empathy. Which is like I feel other people's paying too much which like isn't a compliment. It's actually may be some form of nurses really nervous during the national anthem at sporting events. Because you're worried they're going to mess up sometimes. Yeah I like. I'm not like worried I'm like I'm like hoping for like you can do it. You've got this you've got but you know so I of course feel bad in. It's like you know it's also a symptom of who you follow online. You know I'm like a very big supporter and enjoyed following. The Warren organizers out in Iowa New Hampshire because he was so fucking plucky and an energetic in fucking positive and into their shit that it made me sort of believe in her I think even more But no it's like looks for me like if I were to lay all my policies out in what I believe in what I hope for. Which is that you know. We have a government that wants to see. All citizens thrive have the tools to thrive at least You know I definitely fall. In the Bernie E. W. Bucket. But like I think she just had like you can understand how taking all the drama about two thousand sixteen how people could feel somewhat polarized towards Bernie right. There was really like no reason for that I mean for Fuck Sake W even endorsed Hillary bag man so I really. I thought that she was the more perfect messenger And so when people were like actually you have plans and you're doing a good job so we're not here for it Which is really ex-. She didn't do anything. Yeah it's I mean. I think the people like she didn't she didn't do anything to precipitate her. There wasn't like a moment or a gaffe or huge failing that sort of precipitated. Her decline Yeah it was just that sort of that sort of thing where it's like we'll never really know. The full unquantifiable extent that sexism played in the failure of the campaign of Elizabeth Warren. Not Failure but the The end of the campaign of before and we'll never know and we'll never fully know like weather people's decision to support Bernie over Hillary in two thousand sixteen and then Biden over burning twenty twenty. Had more do with sexism than it did to do with Fear of change and just wanting to get back to normal

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Spectral Love and De Nile

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

08:54 min | 3 years ago

Spectral Love and De Nile

"Won't be as people leave or skeptic podcast a podcast RETU- idiots debate. We're phenomena I'm Chris. I'm the believer. I'm I'm the skeptic and if this is your first time let's see tests where an Algebra q? Paranormal comedy podcasts. And this is a full episodes and this is the first time listening. Are We pick a topic already? And we're GONNA share some really fun history and information in stories and then I talk about why people don't believe or ID bunket and he talks about why people do and this topic is going to be kind of all over the place. Yeah well it's while actually. This is being recorded before Valentine's Day but it will come out after all times day but just soon after. I like the Monday after. Yeah so that'll be fine so first year. We did a valid special APHRODISIACS than last year. We did it crimes of the heart of the heart and I totally forgot about that and they still hate Valentine's because guess who's alone again this year. Some you know what I mean I. I'll see your cat would totally does it. He so loving. He can't give me a the had taken me on a day. You don't know anyways. We decided on an episode about go for it. Because you don't know how I don't I don't because to me. It's really close to aphrodisiacs. Not really because I'm talking about different things because me too. I mean it's dedicated to love about fertility and different aspects and it was kind of like love objects like a pair of marrying object started altered the yeah but we both kind of diverged bid and mine is technically true. It's a paranormal love object. You'll see I know. They're not paranormal. But they're both true are they okay. Mine is definitely definitely. Parents factual okay. That'll be a good a good like mix then fake minor. Fake just like my breasts. I want to do a whole episode though. On how? And then I'll debunk them. You don't lead them people. You're beautiful just the way you are anyways so so that I don't know what you have to do drinks history you already. What are you categorize this topic? What are you calling it does love? I guess so because love adjacent I can say what my half is. I'm actually talking all about SPEKTR affiliate. Which is people who fall in. Love and have sex with ghosts. I WanNa do a whole topic on this because as I was looking into it. It is wild and my stories. I don't present a lot of information. Actually none in the stories are really just kind of sex and so I think we could still do an exploration of the topic in the future. An I whole heartedly encourage it because yes and mine are ones are more related to fertility. GonNa save more advocates. His biological clock is ticking. So should we do drinks while he already been drinking? No I have another one. This is this is my backup drink. That tastes good. You said it tasted grows well better than the other thing I got about that. What does it okay? Well first let me get my main one so I was still and I admit when I grab this. I was still on the topic of aphrodisiacs. Because that's what we did our Minnesota on and so I found the reason I got back up because it's an gross but it is called moon juice. I've had oh and I'm like and that's to me whenever we're thinking of Wu and we learned that at the UFO con from now on. I encourage everyone else to do this. I'm calling APHRODISIACS. Move Juice because it's Wu and this is a giant forty of galactic IFA. It's going to be disgusting. Santan makes good beer. Yes it does make beer. I like their stuff as a backup because we're talking about Valentine's Day. I got a sweet strawberry so chocolate covered strawberries and it's paying so it's Valentine's I'm rationalizing shut up by his Valentine's and it's called a cupid's kiss ooh in a while it's my take on it because I couldn't find all the ingredients I wanted at the grocery store specific literally just a glass of sprite specifically orange bidders. I couldn't find anyways. That's cool so what it hasn't it is muddled raspberries and meant lime juice. Garvey and then white cambric juice and then they put some concern. Oh my God. I have to try this. That sounds so amazing. If anyone likes really happy as I think you're really like this. It's vile open with him. It's disgusting because dump it out for fun. Okay let's get back on track history history since we're talking about well since I'm talking about fertility and love and all that other bullshit I thought I'd talk about these are actually. He's telling personal true story. Talk about something sort of related different. Okay nothing says law like Erotica. So I'm going to give you a brief history on erotica first off the word. Erotica derives from the Greek God Eros Sherm who was God of Love Physical Desire and passion. She knew this in Roman mythology. He's known as Cupid Erotica has been around for thousands of years and is historically depicted in all cultures and some guy can really imagine like way like ancient people. Jacking up to cave drawings actually drawing the monk is it really did it. They go about that okay. Although it cannot really be said of many of the depictions that have been found. Were for pleasure for some aesthetic purpose or ritual aspect because you have to admit as Horny. Teenagers repressed reject off to some weird stuff. Maybe you okay. I checked off to some stuff like you would just see like I mean a picture in like a book. Nancy drew of Ned Nickerson playing football jack. Anyways there are cave. Paintings have been found depicting sexual acts erratic has been found in every era from Greek and Roman textbooks from the Middle Ages. The piece of Erotica found is a poem called Istanbul. Two four six one which was written on Sumerian cuneiform tablet and what year two for sixty. One I Dunno okay. It's pretty damn all. If it's on a cuneiform tablet bedded hasn't been translated. Do they know it says erotic you'd have to know is good. Even the Bible itself has a whole Chapter Song of songs at talks about sexual longing and love between a man and a woman To state the obvious Roddick wasn't always available in ancient times a little more so once the printing press was invented. That's true because you couldn't walk into the basalt tagline. Yeah this megastore by stone tablet with porn. I never that's true. Yeah so according to my research erotica really started to develop around the seventeen hundreds at the time. That novel started to become popular One of these early books came out in seventeen forty eight by John Cleland called memoirs of a woman of pleasure or more commonly known as Fannie Hill Fatty Fatty hills a widely known as one of the most prosecuted and banned books in history. Wow in the late seventeen. Hundreds of France we got books from the Marquette. Assad which exemplified sadomasochism. Obviously these books would have a huge influence on future novels with similar themes Because of the PURITANS Erotica started to become taboo and was considered unsophisticated during that era the quality of Erotica that time also obviously seem to decline although in the eighteen hundreds we did get some of the beginnings of male gay erotica the books the sins of the cities of the plane and the Tahiliani or the reverse of the medal but Erotica didn't start to again become popular until the early nineteen hundreds in the mid one thousand nine hundred erotic novels from Henry Miller Vladimir Nabokov an ice in one form of Erotica. It also became popular at this time. Was that of lesbian pulp fiction Yeah and may gay pulp. Fiction would also become a thing although not as popular as lesbian really occas. Yeah okay. Can I think statistically women read more erotic romance also into women being with each other so that true that too yeah so popular authors begin to write erotic under often underpin names such as Anne Rice? Who wrote the sleeping beauty quartet under the name? A N

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CEO Rea Ann Silva on the Surprise Success of Her Beauty Blender

Art Beauty

05:35 min | 3 years ago

CEO Rea Ann Silva on the Surprise Success of Her Beauty Blender

"We'll get right into the interview. It's a little bit long but man. Such an awesome inspiring woman Ria and the founder of beauty blender and stick with it. Because we're GONNA talk about the exciting new products that she has just launched. All right. Thank you so much for being with us today. Oh my God. Thank you so much for having me. I have to tell you feel like your product was definitely only one of the first things that like I saw in the store. The hot pink. I mean our our logo. Can you tell with pink. I was like like I have to have this. So thank you thank you thank you. Yeah P it stood out in a sea of black you know the whole pragmatic into shooter. It was black did and I was looking up the stats. I've got to share with people. Seventeen of your beauty. blenders are sold old every minute. That's insane was twenty two. Oh my God I need to. I need to whip everybody into shape. I'll shoot as twenty two but that means that in the time that we're going to do this podcast we're talking about over. Five hundred of your beauty. blenders are being sold That's that's that's just insane. How does that feel it? Sounds amazing in. It's awesome and I seal fucking amazing. Yeah absolutely unusual new Sean. You should feel amazing. I'm wondering for people who don't know if you could share a little bit about your backstory. Because that too was something that when I started to look into I found to be really inspiring any q beauty. blender became such a a surprise to me as a successful they create created as a makeup artist. Trying to find a solution for a problem that I had so. I've been a professional makeup artist to installments installments television celebrity starting music video in the MTV revolution. I'm dating myself a little bit. I am fifty seven years old You know I definitely started doing makeup. been really super creative time and I moved from music video into editorial into which is fashion and music and fashion go together so much as we now And then into film Almond television because some of the clients that I ended up working with on a regular basis started moving from music into some television which was new. You know actors jurors were actors and musicians were musicians. Makeup artists also worked in one genre. You didn't cross I was. I was in the makeup artist. That was very very lucky. Probably timing and I would like to talent that I had Matt Allen that was able to take me from music video to editorial to`real and into some television kind of like a three and I'm just GONNA budget here of and your reputation amongst makeup artists. Right I mean I heard I heard of you. I was an intern at the powder group in New York City. I was waiting for her. Yes Michael and everybody over. There is amazing they had just the best things to say about you as a person as a woman as you know onset and that was around the time where were you launched was was. That's where I was going to make up school and I loved watching behind the scenes as an upcoming artists. Because that's where you could steal like. Okay what's in her cat because yeah because watching behind the scenes was like the secret secret. Nancy drew privates talked about. What was that highlighter? We were macgyver. Ring things were it was a different world. And I'm you know obviously so grateful to this day Because still today with all the different products you know I come out with now with Pity blender Bruin. I WANNA share new things I share with my my pro community because I'm a pro. I mean that's my family you know and I know there's you know we live in a world where there's a lot of different kinds of makeup artists and they're all relevant. They're all important and more amazed that my you know my my the people that you know twenty five years with our in production and that's kind of the Lens that I look at whenever I create products. That's the those are that's my that's my what is it. Called a focus group their focus groups and beauty blender. US was supported. Ride ride away because it worked. It was a tool that made everybody's job easier quicker because we work under time constraints. It's which is very different than real life you know. The whole saying time is money came from the entertainment industry and I think it's specifically came. Aim for the hair and makeup department because they are always rushing alway always always beauty blender allowed makeup artists to be able to do their our job really Quick and you know it. Was this kind of very interesting. Different looking bright pink tool that could very easily have gone kitschy and trendy but it was the support of my pros. That really. You know kind of batted this message home that like. Hey look this is not just a cool cute thing but it actually works so yes so my my pro community is really everything

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'Veronica Mars' Fares Better Than Most Reboots

KQED Radio Show

03:27 min | 3 years ago

'Veronica Mars' Fares Better Than Most Reboots

"The TV series Veronica Mars created by rob Thomas starring Kristen bell as the young private investigator already has had several lives it began as a drama series on UPN in two thousand four back on the title character was in high school it lasted three years outlasting U. P. N. with its final season moved to the C. W. network then there was a standalone reunion movie in twenty fourteen funded by Kickstarter and shown on HBO and now there's a new eight episode sequel series available on Hulu one that arrived earlier than expected and according to our TV critic David Bianculli is even better than expected to here's his review the original Veronica Mars premiered on television fifteen years ago which in TV terms was a whole different era David milch is HBO series deadwood which just reunited it's cast for a fabulous TV movie premiered that year so did two major hits for A. B. C. lost and desperate housewives in the year two thousand four also brought us the premiere of NBC's the apprentice Kristen bell hit the ground running that year is Veronica Mars an outcast high school in the fictional California beach town of Neptune she worked part time as an investigator for dad's private eye firm like a modern day Nancy Drew but her narration in the opening episode showed she had a little Sam spade going as well this is my school if you go here the parents are either millionaires are your parents work for millionaires in California a town without the middle class if you're in the second you get a job fast food movie theaters many marks or you can give me my after school job telling philandering spouses or investigating false injury a lot of times past since then and a lot has happened to Veronica by the end of the original series she had gone from high school to college in the twenty fourteen movie she abandon law school and now is the new eight episode Veronica Mars begins she's on familiar ground again back in our hometown working again for her dad's detective agency and still providing her very own right near H. I spent my first nineteen years trying to escape my home town of Neptune made it out and after a decade away decided not to needed me and I needed it I was wrong on both counts Neptune didn't need another private investigator it needed an enema this new season over Annika Mars was supposed to arrive this Friday but who presented a Mars panel at the San Diego comic con fan festival last Thursday which happened to be bells thirty ninth birthday Hulu surprise the actress and the fans and TV critics by unveiling the entire new season early as a sort of birthday present so viewers can now see all over Annika Mars the telemovie is available on HBO and the show's first three vintage seasons and the new fourth one are streaming now on who the new season borrows a bit from jaws with a series of deaths threatening to close down the beach town during the summer tourist season except it's not a shark doing the killing it's a serial bomber

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