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"niki" Discussed on Art Beauty

Art Beauty

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on Art Beauty

"He doesn't have to wear them that. I'm afraid of it's one of our bestsellers and it looks beautiful tapers. Oh i'm i mean like the next time i have to get glommed up a thousand percent going to try these What about like what do you say. Now is is next real. What's next will you know. I'm a very strong conviction dedication. Moxie and and building into a much much larger a beauty brand with with multiple categories But first and foremost lash experts. Oh were interested in really really creating the best in class lash products in the world Across the entire category and so that's that's really that's really what snacks is is really becoming. More You know what else i really liked to about your commit. You have different levels of lashes to at all price points right so you can have this or the mink ones but even the ones that all say are on the lower price point aren't are beautiful quality. They really are for sure. Do we talk about on silk. What's on excel. I don't even know what this is. So the lash material market hasn't had innovation for a long time and it's traditionally been you either get glasses and by the way silk comes in. You know the you can name a different things you can save sell it's korean soaking saves foaming but at the dates silk right and in mink words make so it's one or the other. I what we created was in between which is called we. We call beyond silk. It's it's it's it's like mink had a baby. okay. It's it's neither sell nor mink cruelty free vegan and The future of moxie is really moving in the direction of no more make Cell in a we have you know. Do to stock and whatnot. We probably have another. You know sakes twelve eighteen months of selling a little bit of mink still because of of the business but ultimately were really moving in the direction of all of our lashes incompletely cruelty free and still having that niki looked at. Everybody loves. that's wonderful. I know there's people out there who really you know. I love that. We're living in a timer. Were companies like yourself are really taking into account not only the environment but also you know our love of animals also vegan. That's a great deal for many many people. And i guess so. Is there going to be like a new information of the magnetic liner there is. I'm all over. That one is coming out. I can't say okay. Well if you need somebody tested send it on over. Because i feel like. I've got a ton should i haven't been a box i got. I got a ton of the magnetic lashes just waiting to gal. You'll be the first to know about that. Have you heard it here first. Okay so if people want to know more about this a weight before we go..

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"niki" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"Been telling you don't get anybody. I don't we don't need anybody. Is that these little. Did say i don't want anybody. I don't want romney pederson. Because probably what i understand afterward. Then you wouldn't mass. They had sam something. They are not best friends because he was just fast. But probably because it march time at the end some something but nevertheless was very strong against ronnie jeering. Nikki's recovery his recuperation. How much contact did you have with them. And can you tell us a little bit about his spirits and how determined he was and what he was like on the telephone when he spoke to him. Niki was set with me that if didn't want to speak with me because he saw only then i was the men going to offer to. Ns on cd party has to but he was very upset. We produce reason. The first one is contact. Amazon and the second one is because of the general television or out the until now civilian superior that was a jewelry store or Regular television damian. You and you say what do you think happened. Been with the accident miki loud and they say what do that. The carol royse without any mechanical problem because the four ways where you know marking grass until the impacts of in was through the story that they were trying to that he broke his suspension. You cannot tell the matter of the four weeks ago in embattled against the impact. You're not because if you have. One went suspension broken. You have one that doesn't mark the aspect you know. So i say i think that leaky we change the parents not to very faster you. It was very very angry and eat. You went faster onto left corner that we're still humid the tires. We have very called the end. Alaska control to make me even sending me because you want me to say that. Yet like mechanical problem but we check the carr rejected the place of exile. We also have the video of material that you can really see problem at the border. All the left a little bit up. Niki was upsetting to me. Okay so you only speak with look zimmerman in fact. Luca was my boss. Because i wasn't contracts and duke was busted in that but nevertheless my direct boss was fatty because of niki. Recover faster was so unexpected. That barry sign the contract with cameras rifleman because say in mazda realize with catalyst demand and reclaiming sony.

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"niki" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"I could say that was a big boss in the group that you do that. You really don't respect me because at the end of the day niki knew very well only because they were together. Madison and knew that you know romney was not an easy guide and was already thinking to be ready to not only to finish the championship. But the the controversial seventy seven. So you really did like to brownie. As he's patents zamel giovannini lead the digested the both of the fifty percent of abbey. So walls the. Let's say the corner of ratty and more important. They put a lot of money to the fear logo on a variety received a telephone call from joining us. We appreciate interfere very important. Men nita leads. Mr fatty know niki. And for us the world championship think that they would be ready to race. And the i really ask you not to take rani. I was in the workshop. Exactly we'd quogue it near the karate gotta make before. We're on the best. And the secretary of mr variety gentlemen benigno khaimah workshop and they asked me mr c. You immediately went to see start with the needed column concert tasting. Because we don't need them anymore. I used is a big mistake because we will repair. The car is very fast in the position of nikki to win a championship. Says he's ready. I was really trying to companies ferrari. No no it was. It was the bec around was an anti gay to and let me speak for three or four. And he said and then he became very angry against beating out there. I told you to cancel. Test the pettersen and the buff you understand or not go and base. The patterson was so upset you saw right in space and he behind his desk looking to throw the. How go you do what they call you know. We thought physique and eventually been so kind to give him cadillac. Demand was betty. Would come by niki and by everybody. Nice guy fast but not fast. Easy to control. If you're on your sorry but why did you go and get roitman when nikki hit..

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"niki" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"Everybody so the track was right so everybody come back to change from rain to leaks at the time. We don't change the tires in two seconds but maybe in fifty seconds not end you take these four piece of ice goodyear a your boot on me and the team. We make not mistake to this lawyer. And he lost three or four places. That was even more furious. Stabbed like a tornado. Eight uber took immediately. Two or three car pass is probably not when he was like you live in this famous bedouin that was still someplace or whatever. It was catching on the on. The side of the corner are a little bit over senate. You know that was even more wet. And the loss control on the way then crash against the rock on the right. Unfortunately the rock brockett fewer reservoir and the flame involved mccaren. You know after bloom. Even crash against team manager total panic. Luckily to roma syria was so braven to go into the flame. And with an all the guy. I think they strapped ricky still confident and it was completed because he lost the handmade and part of the clever and his face was really horrible. Because what's more dangerous. Is that pumping flame. They use a lot of fire extinguishers. So these Chemical that invade the copied and niki Made a lot of these fighters thing. So who's connive thing that was the race director came to me. Say daniel we have to go immediately to other now off it because we is there so because of the lack of radio and things. How soon after the accident did you in the pit lane knows that a that been an accident and be that it was serious and say that involve nikki. I think was wide longer. May be more than five minutes. You know because the radio of the mashal on this place called the rice controlled the race control call. Who's skippered is the race director for nice thing came to me and say in my we go to other now auspey because lethal hospital in this village of other now when i arrive at those because i think was menial twenty minutes from accident and when we arrive niki was awake was talking to me but the doctor took me an oscar for nights and they say to me that the vital para of niki very very bad and they already fair for his life in other now and they say it's very little we can do here he should go to a real hospital so that when usca for was very important to save the life of niki. Because who's care for nice thing.

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"niki" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"It's crazy to think all of the different things that went on that season for you. Can we start at the beginning of the season. Let's go through that year chronologically because the car was brilliantly fast leon wasn't it and nikki went into the nurburgring the german grand prix with a twenty three point lead in the championship. You must have thought that point before the race that it was all looking very easy. Well it's never easy and that you know until the last and the last finnish but nevertheless three one two was really fantastic. Niki was eating great. Great and you have to remember that the points for the winner where nine not defined today so three boys are like it. Almost three weeks so was a season and the the problem. A gain wasn't ahead of niki. Why because nikolay is such a stronger. I talk about in prison in. The past is such a strong personality. That twenty one to something and essentially said is very difficult if not impossible to make changes mind and miki ouston jeremiah. Speaking were so against the that was to dangerous. Who longer difficult to have the first thing that really want to ban the newborn robbery and it may sachin ms. I have to say with journalists because of course the gentleman journalists way favor of not voting and the driver's not very sure they will race in your nikki spent the last week before noting to arrange meetings with different reiver's with emerson fittipaldi. That was the president of the gpa. Except the end today. Niki convinced drivers whoever emitting and to vote in favor or against pricing in understand how emotional worse folder niki. This week before grandma niki. Forget you are leaving ghost law. Don't take risks if you was just. Don't make these mass. Because you know we have everybody against the organizer. Ben heck system. They already have. The culture with television is too dangerous venture. I don't fucking care miki's peaking and he had this meeting both aloft for one boat. The vote to nice in blueberry and mickey was very furious. These are pointed out we have to raise so he was in a bad place. Mentally going into that race distress was was really. Indicating is my not concentrated on the race. He was concentrating on banning race in neighbouring you know in historic racing germany. And we were already. There was what was physically. But you don't need to inst- need and if they could i nevertheless he was second because at this time you start. I draw one one on the same level. You're not not eight meters behind. So james losing both nicky segments. Okay back to start to rain and neutering terrain explain novel but was not good for niki..

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"niki" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on Conversations

"And then always i just going to ignore it unless like i think for about thirty seconds i just lay in bed while the buzzer kept buzzing. And then i picked. I find and i remember looking at it. And just saying a huge amount of meese coles from mom and dad. And then i click the voicemail and now i think it was mom pleading. Please please pick up the phone. Please pick up the fine. And then i rushed to the dole and then mom and dad would they right and moms is will like bloodshot red from crying and shake on of. She didn't even say anything. She just grabbed me and held me tie and wouldn't let go and then she just collapsed onto my grade so far in the corner and see and was like he killed her and that's all she said and my dad didn't say anything. He just nodded. And i was like what just happened. And then mom told me again that he had stabbed her to death overnight and then dad gave me a business card and it had the phone number on the back of victoria place homicide on there and he said they said to call them off to nine. Am and it was just. It was surreal. And in that moment i realized that my parents had no idea what was going on and none of us had any idea what was in store like. We didn't know what the criminal justice system process would look like. We didn't know that the media would hound us relentlessly the entire weekend in order to get a scoop you know to get a story in inverted commas and it was it was really challenging because i'd studied law and at the time i wasn't needed to practice lawyer but i knew enough i knew about the legal system knew how it works but nothing prepares you full being thrust into it and being a victim survival or related victim or watching your parents in real time grave the loss of one of their children while also having to grapple with the media and grapple with dealing with victoria police homicide and providing victims statements and having your entire life ended. You know. it's really that people talk about the profundity of murder. And i think what what we have to include in. That is what that experience is like. It's not just the act itself that's traumatic. It's everything that follows that you know for my family. When i was admitted to practice as a lawyer earlier this year we didn't get a ceremony because a covered But one of the things that i really wanted was to be able to get must certificate in the supreme court of victoria because the lost in time my parents have been there is for the criminal trial of the man that killed their chart and these parents who moved to australia with little more than fifty to one hundred dollars in full suitcases. And you know for me. It's less about practicing and working in the area as it creating a happy memory about an institution and a space for my parents in those terrible terrible hours. Days weeks off to nikki was murdered. Did it shrink down to just you and your mom and dad you know really look some mums system. Aunt from delhi flew to melbourne. Just in time for that funeral and that was our remember mom and held it together but once her sister eldest arrived mom con of lake and she cried and cried and cried in that moment and there was a lot of like just emotional kind of letting it off her shoulders a little bit and and so mom. Kind of mom coped with spirituality. She's religious and so she prayed and more so than just religion. It's more about a sense of spirituality in connection to something greater than erin mortal human existence for mom so there was certainly that dad.

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"niki" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on Conversations

"Being with him is going to be like. And you know what you want and you know what you're looking for and i guess the hindsight being twenty twenty you know mom sadly mom was you know he was never fond of him. Was scarily proven ryan in the worst. Possible way was proven ryan. She kept the relationship fairly secretive fairly separate from from you and your mom and dad but did you notice changes in her terrain after she got together with this man that she then went onto married. She behaved differently seem different. Yeah yeah definitely. Detached and Quieter and suddenly elements of secrecy. But there's i mean it's complicated right because it's it's not simply a case of you know the easy narrative is is to not look at the halt whose holiday of and easy narrative is Nikitas not as open about her relationship and the full narrative is nikita is less open about her relationship. Because she's with an abuser. The only talk about now about kois if control and we talk about the things the men do typically with the intimate partners that are non physical phones of abuse and violence and a lot of that preceded nikki's murder and there was idea in the courts when she was killed it was like a frenzied spur of the moment attack. But that's not too you know that's not to include. The reality of what living with an abuser is really like for women and so nikki's lot was like that kind of control is happening all managing her money. You know particularly when she was the primary breadwinner managing everything down to the sent. You know like he would account for like five cents here and there and found dari entries of hers after her death where she was like just despondent with with her life was when she was with him. It's heartbreaking because it was like she was trapped in like so many women. She was killed in the context of separation and saw when she you know we say to women..

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"niki" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on Conversations

"Bad and niki hud this white bicycle that had all these pink stickers on and a basket on the front and pink accents everywhere you know and this was a girl who in her childhood wanted to grow up to be a theory so you could just pick what that bicycle look like and i was like this has to look appropriate. He has to look tough and something that will give me a lot of street credibility the right amount of street credit among all my friends and peers in grade three or four. Whatever i was in. And so i went into the shed got dad's toolbox out. I got the like the electric drill. And i started working on it and i spend hours on his bike and dismantled. I took the halting apart. I moved the handlebars forward. So they had the right angle. Just like in the in the movies. And i'd took the the picnic basket that was on the front off that we could basket and i threw that one over the fence. Because i was so disgusted by you know how it looked and then i scraped off all the stickers with a screwdriver and so it was like scratched up in whole bike was by the end of it it was less a work of art and more ruined bicycle and think how nikki responded to this transformation of her girls. Bmx mixed terrain. How on earth did she respond. Also she walked out. And i think this was like four thirty or five so i've spend the whole day working from sale at ten. Am really put in like a hard day's labor really fat ride. Exactly and and niki hawks are horrified and she screams and mom things like the last thing i need is one of my children injured. Moms thinking nikki's full enough like the hills. Hoist while trying to like do tricks or something and mom just walks out. She sees me riding around on the concrete part of our backyard in circles on the bike. Really smug and really proud and niki. Just bawling her eyes out. Like what have you done to my by. This is offaire. i'm telling on you. Bub-bubba shouldn't have to tell me. Because mom heard the scream and she walked out. And i think first reaction from mom was okay so my children are safe. No one's been physically harmed. And so mom i think looks at me and it's just like we don't have time to talk about this now but tomorrow we are dealing with this situation and thankfully mom. The party was such a success. The next day came and nothing happened. And i swear like up until the day that she died. I think my sister salty about that. I completely got away with it. Like i didn't get in trouble really. I didn't get in trouble at all. Pay for those wrestling injustices. They have too much. she'd nikki. Love dancing as a kid the whole life you know. It was all off and it started when she was young. So i don't remember and we're four with four years apart. So i was old enough to remember by the time she could walk..

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"niki" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on Conversations

"What was special finally about about having miki so. Nikki was when nikki was born. She was the first girl in. I think three generations on dad's side of the family. And so. I think when niki was born rather than that stereotype which you know particularly is played out in asian families. The daughters are treated as a liability and gilles. A seen as you know in worst case a curse on the family it was quite the opposite. And i think because niki came into the world with that kind of sense of celebration and that sense of grandeur about her that this is a medicine happy occasion for the family. It reflected in terms of how i particularly early life. Viewed gills and women. Because i didn't see niki being treated as a second right citizen. If anything i saw her being celebrated and so for me it was awhile gills and women to be respected and celebrated and treated as equals. And so that to me also it also shaped a lot of my thinking as well but it was so special in terms of the broader family. Because we'd obviously not had that in the family for a couple of generations. How did you. How did you go at being a big brother in those early years. Terrain what were you. Like was pretty protective. Yeah of my sister is really protective and nikki. Like if you look at photographs. She was her nickname. Her hindi nickname was dull. Equivalent would for dole and so she And she did look like like almost like a porcelain doll lectured the rosy cheeks and really luscious long kills of black hair and she was born with a full head of hair and so she had this kind of sense of quite like a preciousness about her and so i think i was quite protective. She'd fall over and scraped her knee. And i'll be are you. Okay you know get cannot get momma. Can i do anything. And i think one of the dynamics of our relationship was that she definitely used..

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"niki" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on Conversations

"So i would ri- lease let as and it was like to my grandfather and tell him what i'd been up to at school and what homework i'm getting. And he would receive these letters and there were two things that will always present in these letters that he sent me one he would start every leda with what he'd call me mazda. Because he was he was raised during that. British raj period. And so i wasn't amidst yet. So i had the title of mazda. So you'd run down and he would also right at the beginning of everything. I trust that this litter finds you in good. Health and high spirits will stone and it wasn't so much a question as a statement like it was almost like this kind of selfish ordinance that i have written to you so you must be good like you're now reading my writing and he wrote phenomenally well and so i would get these letters back and i would have words and then that i didn't understand and probably still don't know how to pronounce it alone nor the meaning of and they would also that would then detail his life there which was entirely different to my life. I'm an eight year old child living in outer suburban melbourne and he is a retied social worker. Living in south delhi but he'd also give guidance and tapes about the importance of education and all of his political principles would filter through and human rights and an eight year old child reading these lettuce. And i think this is why video games so much more appealing to me. Because i was reading these ladies lack. Who is this guy. I don't even know him. And then the last one the real kika was enclosed in every one of his telegrams to me was my original litter mocked up in red pen and had corrections for spelling grammar syntax. Punctuation you know tens all of that stuff. We'd like a margin draw in on the right hand side. And so i would get these leads back and they just leded with all these corrections and i grew to height riding grandpa because of the. It must've thought you getting short shrift in australia education sister but needed some some sorting at you to have those letters to write. I do yeah. I still have those letters and it's funny. You ask that because when my grandmother visited my mom's mom in two thousand and two thousand three two thousand four. I would have been going through my vce now. Hey chessy and i remember my grandmother all of her. Four foot ten stats. She very short over four foot. Ten four foot nine stecher meeting one of my homeroom teachers and no word of a lie. My mom staying there. I'm standing there all of my peers. Twenty other students standing there. And i want to an all boys school right so you could just imagine the culture around that and my grandmother asks of my teacher is my grandson intelligent and my teaching on sandwich said i. I'm 'cause she says softly spoken and also the accent and then she asked again and then my teacher had to almost like you could see her like not wanting to crush my grandmother saw so she kind of just like nodded. Like yeah yeah. He's he's very intelligent. And i was so embarrassed and mortified like is this really happening and so i think you know those lead has had made their way to my grandfather. My grandmother probably also read the and was like is he getting a good education there. What's happening do you remember when you little sister was born to wrangle. You too young. I remember. I remember it through. Photographs and i remember distinct moments when she was being born..

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"niki" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on Conversations

"I think one day she called up dad and was like. I think i would be happier with you. Wear together and we have to be together. And so mom went off to live with dad on ships and it was not long after that that i was born and by the time i was a few months of age. I was doing the same. Because mama's like i can't parent by myself. I can't rely on your parents to parent our child and you have to be there and so mom was actually carrying me in one hand had the sari draped over the shoulder of other And there's photographs of me in my very early childhood as an infant on these massive merchant navy ships on the way to japan and other parts of the world. So they were building. This live together in india. What led them to to move to australia. Dad's brother does brother moved to south australia. And so mom and dad. They packed up literally everything that had and sold off. Whatever they didn't need and so we. August nineteen eighty and the story. It's such a classic margaret story. There were four suitcases. And then maye in you know one of mom's arms. And and i think like one hundred dollars fifty dollars something like that like some miniscule amount of money in back then paper bills and that was it and then it was like. Let's sit up a life here. But the first part of cole was put lincoln and a did not work for mom at all. Mom saw was like this is not. This doesn't have the hustle and bustle of lock. That i'm used to. This is quiet. And i think on there was a culture shock that a lot of us feel when we go to other parts of the world. She is feeling the same thing in a small hob- side town in australia and so we moved from port lincoln to melbourne and we initially lived in one bedroom. Flats in in and around. Melvin glen iris and inner city areas. Joep was your data able to get here terrain liquid. His his engineering qualifications recognised the first job. He took i think we moved to melbourne. And then two days later. He got a job at calls Working the not shift stacking shelves because we didn't have any money and so dan literally the first job and that was not shift so he worked knots calls and then spent his days trying to get job interviews and applying for jobs in his field in engineering. So i think those early periods dad went by on like two hours sleep that must it was really a story of sacrifice. And it's what allowed my sister. And i to actually be able to do things in life that we are interested in the fact that both of my parents is a pot and shape kind of made sure that they were rising us while doing things to make it easier for us as a feature generation. Tell me about the kind of contact that you could have back with family in india in particular those letters. That exchanged with your granddad. The i would write a letter to my grandfather. In these old kind of telegrams he'd fall diver need like the sides and then seal them with your fingers and then that will their the postage paid logo on them. So you just stick them in the red letterbox..

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"niki" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on Conversations

"Here in melbourne in our family home thais while it tastes better right. This is going out to the world so tastes bitter but it it it tastes so similar and i think that's the beauty for me is that she has obviously learned this by taste because it's a reminder and reminiscent of her own childhood so this is where you mom grew up in in south delhi. How did she meet your dad. Dad made the trip into deli in the mid nineteen eighties. To put a matrimonial ad in the newspaper and so he went into connaught place central delhi on his vespa scooter and he wrote in and he put an ad a little ad about three centimeters by five centimetres in the broadsheet newspaper. Which said handsome man seeking bride. Full wedded bliss. Something something corny like that. It said all the things about dad like ways family was from his hot five foot. Nine mom made a point of telling me how many times it said that he was handsome to said that he was an engineer. Had a stable job all the things that in that era you know. I think i imagined partners. We're looking for in someone else. Who so the answer it. None so moms dads saw the ad the he would read the newspaper cover to cover. He saw the ad and he was getting. Mom was twenty three twenty four by now. And so my grandfather saw this matrimonial at and he's all the place name in there where dad's family was from mom and dad's family the but from the pakistan side of of india. Sir after nineteen forty seven. When india was divided in the petition and the british left a lot of people fled south particularly hindus fled south and then and then muslims went to the pakistan side of the border and al family. Both of them were from the pakistan side of the border but raised hindu and he was like where from there to. They must be good people. They've got to be go people. We gotta make them. And i guess the rest as they say is history made her a great this handsome if he if the material was to believed hanson marine engineer. What one you'll mom over. Do you think well. I have seen the photographs from the mid nineties and dad was handsome can can confirm that he was a good looking fellow and his light twenty days so when mom met dad mom asked how will we treat it in your family and i think for for mom. It was important because she was raised as a feminist still is a strong feminist and a momma's is question of debt in the mid nineteen eighties. How a women traded in your family and dad is a quiet man and he just he one word answers to practically everything and goes normal. I guess among quizzed him. She's like what does that mean. What is normal main and whatever example. Dad gave that women in my family go to school and university. If they want to they educated they work so that kind of response one mom over this. She was like ongoing to be someone with whom my heart is safe say. They married that that advertisement worked in that meeting worked. He was a marine engineer. So where did that. What did that mean for where they lived after they married so they met september nine hundred eighty five by november nine hundred eighty five. They were married in typical fashion and north indian hindu wedding ceremony where the bride's all dressed up and the groom to and they walk around the fire seven times as religious custom pretty soon after dad was sent off to work at say mama sort of lonely and she'd moved out of a family home she was living with her inlaws. Didn't know them. Effectively mother-in-law and father-in-law was strangest right. Because she'd only met she only meant dad's say ten times before her dad got married..

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"niki" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on Conversations

"This is an abc podcast. After tarantula and his family moved to melbourne from india he would receive letters from his grandfather. Is granddad. wanted to know how to rang was faring in this new country and also to correct his grandson spelling and grandma terrain went on to study law at mobin university. He was getting good marks and the future looked bright but on the ninth of january twenty fifteen terrains lock took a devastating turn his sister nikita. A choreographer and performing artist was savagely murdered by her husband. In response to nikki's death terrain became an advocate for ending violence against women and he founded the organization. Not one more niki. High terrain sarah. Thanks for having me on absolute pleasure to rang. I want to know about your family and your parents live in india. What was one of the most important local stores. When your mom was growing up it would have been a a store around the corner from the house in which she grew up in an area of of delhi cold south extension which is A south delhi which is now quanta gentrified 'push area and the shot was called bengals weights and my mom was born in nineteen sixty two. And i think that was the siamese or thereabouts when bengal suites opened so it was sort of a fixture of mums childhood. It was the place in which there was so many dishes that she makes now that she'd learned just by taste how to mimic those recipes and every trip that we make obviously during the pandemic. We haven't been back to visit any family in india but every trip that we make one of the first stops is to bengal suites in fact two thousand eighteen when we lost in Delhi my dad flew in light to make the rest of the family in delhi and mom till came straight from the airport after a fourteen. Fifteen hour flight. No layover and he was just desperately native xiaohua after being crammed into the back of economy class. And i want to go home. And she's like no. We're going to bengal swing. What's it like inside what happens. Is you intermingle. Sweet arts chaos. It's like like so many street vendors in stores in south asia. It's absolute chaos. There's no such thing as social distancing there's no such thing as physical personal space but there is hospitality with a small delicious food and that intangible ingredient law where you got any family owned establishment and there's something different about it and it's because this isn't about money this isn't about you know just making ends meet for them. This is about a labor of love and food is that kind of language of love universally that they communicate through. And so that that to me is the one thing that hits heated moment that you walk in you're greeted with this kind of affection and it saw It's pure and it so perfect and it is really really tasty. What's your favorite thing to order on that menu. Writing i will get samosas aladic. Alice potato in hindi and punjabi yoga aloo luedecke which elected potato cutlets. And the interesting thing. Is that mom..

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"niki" Discussed on What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi

What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi

"Can you tell us some of your tips for hosting at to begin with and then we'll sort of move into the sustainable waste free as as we go along with our chat but often linked that often. Yeah absolutely so. We'll all your best tips for hosting in general and especially now because i think lots of people are going to get right back into it. Yeah i think so. Well i so. I would always say always go with something. It sounds like a boring while but always cook all prepare food that i think you feel comfortable with and that you know like this is not the time to stop pulling out some kind of like from birla like souffle and like do something very impressive that you have no idea how to do what you feel quite nervous about. During his challenge saw it will go wrong. You'll end up having to throw it away or you know you'll be very stressed and you won't be happy with it and you will enjoy. I guess the whole process. I tend to go with say go with a meal a menu that may eat feels comfortable even if it feels quite simple I in fact. I would tend to like them on the simple side and then there's a lot that you can do with and presentation. So things like loads of hubs or like beautiful flaked almonds You know edible flowers if a going ready fancy and then even even just the way you present things so if you are doing a pasta dish which cannot be quite other. Simple combine quite problematic. If you're feeding maybe like ten. P. t. s. you'll planting templates. Maybe rather than placing up on the hulk. Just just put it all on like your biggest sobbing dish and that common to the table with this huge kind of plaza of like spaghetti tumbling sprinkles again like some some hubs. Fresh hubs our we can use like some cheese if you're using And i just think the so much drama you bring so much drama to the table by kind of presenting this big sort of like pile of wonderful spaghetti and it's just such a simple way of doing something. Actually an actual fat is just quite a simple. It's quite simple dish. So i think presentation has a lot to do with it and then table wise. I'm a big fan of making the table. Just like a little bit more special. I think especially when you will entertaining it really. Just kind of like just elevate the evening and set up a bit. And you know the people of salient. But i did not things. have matching cutlery. Have glosses and all this stuff and actually that. I don't think any of that stuff matters. But i think it was not little things that you can do just to make it feel a bit more special so i often by like loads of lemons or you can even buy in like a bag of apples and not put them in a big bowl or even have them running down the table. That just sort of makes little bit a little bit

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Alexandra Dudley Tells Us How to Host the Ultimate Sustainable and Waste-Free Feast

What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Alexandra Dudley Tells Us How to Host the Ultimate Sustainable and Waste-Free Feast

"Can you tell us some of your tips for hosting at to begin with and then we'll sort of move into the sustainable waste free as as we go along with our chat but often linked that often. Yeah absolutely so. We'll all your best tips for hosting in general and especially now because i think lots of people are going to get right back into it. Yeah i think so. Well i so. I would always say always go with something. It sounds like a boring while but always cook all prepare food that i think you feel comfortable with and that you know like this is not the time to stop pulling out some kind of like from birla like souffle and like do something very impressive that you have no idea how to do what you feel quite nervous about. During his challenge saw it will go wrong. You'll end up having to throw it away or you know you'll be very stressed and you won't be happy with it and you will enjoy. I guess the whole process. I tend to go with say go with a meal a menu that may eat feels comfortable even if it feels quite simple I in fact. I would tend to like them on the simple side and then there's a lot that you can do with and presentation. So things like loads of hubs or like beautiful flaked almonds You know edible flowers if a going ready fancy and then even even just the way you present things so if you are doing a pasta dish which cannot be quite other. Simple combine quite problematic. If you're feeding maybe like ten. P. t. s. you'll planting templates. Maybe rather than placing up on the hulk. Just just put it all on like your biggest sobbing dish and that common to the table with this huge kind of plaza of like spaghetti tumbling sprinkles again like some some hubs. Fresh hubs our we can use like some cheese if you're using And i just think the so much drama you bring so much drama to the table by kind of presenting this big sort of like pile of wonderful spaghetti and it's just such a simple way of doing something. Actually an actual fat is just quite a simple. It's quite simple dish. So i think presentation has a lot to do with it and then table wise. I'm a big fan of making the table. Just like a little bit more special. I think especially when you will entertaining it really. Just kind of like just elevate the evening and set up a bit. And you know the people of salient. But i did not things. have matching cutlery. Have glosses and all this stuff and actually that. I don't think any of that stuff matters. But i think it was not little things that you can do just to make it feel a bit more special so i often by like loads of lemons or you can even buy in like a bag of apples and not put them in a big bowl or even have them running down the table. That just sort of makes little bit a little bit

"niki" Discussed on What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi

What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"niki" Discussed on What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi

"Food in his software him. I was like eating this every day of site sad. I shouldn't say that should be grateful for the food. You have been honestly after it got like video too much me and i just told my mother you know when i went home for the first time i said i'm going to go back to this. Is he bad in also notice. The food is so you can't just not go back because the food is back. Everyone panicked because it's what journal news go back. And that's like a major scandal in family like mine which is traditional is operatives. You don't do these. Two years ago was unheard of anyone to lead the husband. Because they're back. Cook cannot believe that story so my mother was like you can learn how cook so actually. I think i knew how to cook. Hadn't done it. Because i learned very quickly and i don't have that smart is to hang on the all time before i got married so i'd seen the processes but the most important thing i knew there almost i knew the rhythm on food traditional food is cooked in a beat and rhythm and estan kitchen completely immersed. These roma's spices of things. On the stations. That people are having and no one giving measure this measure that no one mentioning anything. He's like you know. Do you think it's don doesn't look right now is to look at it. New is on looking right. Yes is is does remove the cumin is it just drive the nuttiness stig off the eat. All these conversations were in me when i started cooking. I remember everything. I'm you know. I'm onto cook really fast and i have to say very well and i could replicate all my family. Dishes are exactly the way that it was an. I didn't i didn't even struggle to it was quite a relief to me. My husband was completely like shocked with what's happened yet. He's never made chicken again. I told him with the rest of your life. I will be do people. Just don't to maybe of desperate situation of eating your husband's curry. That really started everything. I would love to give him any credit mice. I've i have succeeded despite him but yeah this it was the trigger. Yes i think that was not a big push. The thing is that if he had been a good cope and had fed me. Lobos and dollars me arpey studios be star right now. I would have been very wealthy. I think is a lawyer. Who w disposition but i would have been different bussing strange things for different reasons that you know this. Most by destiny to twists centers and jazz hardship in frustration and loneliness and sense of not belonging. I have got to a stage. Where not only do i feel. I belong to this country. I've been able to set up a restaurant and that sense of belonging to so many other women walk with me but also to people who just come into my restaurant. They all say that when many of them feel that they've come home in the country restaurant so the homecoming s being. You know not just mine. But everybody's are what one amazing gift to give to people so just out of interest. How long does between your you know your mom reminding your teaching to cook and then you starting to cook for other people one very long. Yeah one year why he was. When i looked back in the plurality no or everyone else you've feet descriptions of hell of bunning fire of Boiling factory it's cambridge in winter. Is cycling learning cycle with the wind. Cutting the cord on sudan you feel so frozen and is to look at the birds flying you know how lucky they are because just fly on the river. Froze the I was saying. And i'd never in my life seen cheese without leaves. I remember running my hand on the back of a tree. Stripped off everything beautiful. I didn't think that she would have spring. I didn't think i'd have been in the stock baram. The backs of king's college in cambridge. I remember feeling sense of emptiness and hollow. Hold and dump and wet who's miserable. It was horrible. I think that you know actually precious people also of the desolation the hopelessness you feel. Terrible weather is never actually going to change several to obsessive talking about the weather because feel so hopeless in the winter sunshine makes a big difference soda. It lifts everyone's moods he can sort of feel. A vibrancy of everyone. Going up was as soon as the streets of sunshine. Yes We've talked about you'll restaurants and your food and nikki and i are both very passionate about where our food comes from food sourcing and i was wondering is that important to you as well. It's very boon for me. I don't make this into a big song down and talk about it a lot. But when i'm asked on i'm thank you for asking about this. I don't slide on any vegetables from asia africa. I'm extremely distressed. Every time there is a new food. Fat yes i agree with this coming in from off of the world. This obsession usage. Obsession the jacksonville. I tell you that. Pharma's in india are encouraged to get an use genetically modified seeds by fertilizers grow cash crops. So the foreign market as the state by middlemen then give them less money because that acros is officer shot their family stars because that entire land has been used. they're not receiving any place to grow or anything will beat of any state for the family that only income would be what they get when the middleman confidence specs that crop for export and this growing for export is killing off on us. We have huge numbers of farmers committing suicide in india and also this excessive use of water. They're growing crops. That never meant to be grown in certain areas. And i will never ever have anything that has grown in india or africa for an export market. 'cause i know the price pharma has played. There is no trickle down effect. The only person making money as the middleman and to have something on my table in my restaurant that has been dropped out of rural india to an airport wrapping them flown across the world. Then put into a refrigerated van and then finally to me. The carbon footprint shocking. So really. I thought that. I need to compromise on my menu. I have I have lean on me. She got pumpkin in it. And i use amazing amount of potatoes. I locked us or british potato. Toast everything that. I have menu on is british as much as it can organic as much as i can before the only place that we go and get because of Arbel is all the hubs and that will be sheen snap come from spain or italy. That's as far as we go. I think restaurant owners should take a hard look at them in you. Is it really necessary. Do flight on ingredients of season. You just all responsibility.

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Co-Op Gaming Reflections

Play Your Way

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Co-Op Gaming Reflections

"Let's dive into co op gaming. What coop gaming is what our personal experiences with. It are what we love about it miss about it. Is it still in our lives. Let's talk about it. let's get into it. Let's do it for me. It co op. Gaming is kind of something that moore took place in highschool in anywhere else really growing up. I had a lot of friends that i lived in the same neighborhood. As but we didn't really play a whole ton of co op games really. It was kind strange. The we played a lot of smash brothers and a lot of stuff like that but for the most part we part time just kind of watching each other play single player games. It was fun. We enjoyed our time. But eventually i moved towns in kind of lost contact with those guys and got into high. School is kind of was around. The time. That online cooper really started to become a big thing and i talked about in the first episode. It's when i kind of transition to every friday would or not every month with games with gold on xbox they'd be dropping a new game in a lot of them just had online co op functionality. And mean a lot of friends from high school. Would just you know get together late nights and we would play together in go through these new games that we would have access to and we had a ton of fine and then also in college how You have a lot of time. Spent on co op gaming with a buddy of mine. Who who had a lot of fun your plane we also. We'll we'll talk about probably a little bit later in the podcast. A lot of the games that we time with. But yeah for me. They'll cobb gaming was a big part of you know school too early college years and even now to we did the stream together with halo and and i was a blast. I enjoyed that at ten. Yeah i think it was I think it was great. What's funny too is when i was thinking about that. When we played halo one in halo two the master chief collection online co op when thinking about this episode and brainstorm in my personal experience. What's crazy is that he didn't not even come to mind. Because you know i'm thinking couch co op and you know when i've you like an online game like oh it's it's just online multiplayer but it's like no that that was co op like there was a single objective. We're progressing through the story. It was both of us we were we were co op in it. Yeah yeah it's really. It really is strange to kind of take a look at things and see how they've changed over the years you know the traditional co op experiences. Kinda rare to see nowadays bright. And we've been discussing this. Just digging through you know has co op. Gaming declined is still present. Or does it just look different and well. The answer is like yes yes. It's all of that. It's taken different forms. It still existed in some ways. It has declined and it's just it looks differently. It's tough to get a real good grasp on on what it is right and and we can definitely died a little bit more. We wanted to in that in terms of my own personal experience with with coop. Kind of like you. I didn't really have a lot of co-op experiences as a kid. It was more of you know. Yeah i'm watching a friend play or i'm you know on playing pokemon single player on my own on the ds or gameboy. I'm not really doing any coop or even a or possibly like online multiplayer and call of duty online. Like there was there was not a significant. Like getting a friend sitting on the couch. Let's beat the story together until later in life. Literally twenty twenty with the halo one halo two as well as my wife niki. Were we played a decent amount of co-op games not a whole lot. But a cynic significant number. I'll probably just jump into the ones that i have played which includes zelda four swords adventure which we've already discussed and you can listen to episode to my quarrels with playing that game coop. If you played a single player you probably had a fantastic experience. coop. Be prepared period. I'll just say that. I'm not even going to give you some specific so we need to be prepared for just be prepared for source adventure and captain toad treasure tracker on the switch which is a highly recommended couch co op game. Very fun We both enjoyed it a lot in. It's not really one of those where you get mad at each other. Shore are some incidences. Or you're like okay. Come on you're lying behind or no. You should have done that. But it's a very tranquil calming. Let's work together. What you would envision a co-op game to be you know a co-op puzzle game specifically. We played a little bit of epic. Mickey i believe epic mickey to specifically one hundred three sixty have not beaten on one but we played a little bit of that one. I think that was actually two thousand. And nineteen another good one that we played the sheer couch. Co op is the knack. That was a very enjoyable op experience It was a little bit like a platformer beat em ups game. It was a game that was a launch title for the playstation four. But just a short sweet very very enjoyable couch co op experience. Which we'll get into kind of some things of why i love coop caming and use a knack as a reference but lastly the final title coop game that keep in mind this list this is my co op experience. After i name this last one i haven't really played a whole lot of co op games outside of this but i really do enjoy them and i really do wish there was

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"niki" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"niki" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Is your favorite coach coach Jeffrey and I have another amazing guest here tonight. Miss Nikki Spears Nikki, welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. Hey, Nikki tell our audience a little bit about yourself. I am Niki Spears. I used to work with you and I was a principal about four years ago and left my job as a principal to purchase to my own business. So I've been traveling around the country helping schools create and sustain a positive culture. That's just a little bit about me. I remember the very first meeting when I came to your office you remember that? What did I do? I wouldn't be surprised where did I basically told me sir? Don't be wasting my teachers times when you come in here seem to have meaningful activities and how can you meaningfully incorporate technology into instruction? And how's it going to benefit my teachers and you did not crack one smile. Wow. Well, yeah, I'm still felt like that to Jeffrey. I'm telling you. Yes, ma'am. You didn't play no games. So I was like man when I come back here. I'm going to have to be on my way. But with the friends though, right? Yes, man, we surely did and you are one of the most respected people who I've worked with they're at for being many of the amazing Educators who who all employed at the same time. I'm glad that I got a chance to get to know you. Yeah, me too me too. Excellent. Let's start with the first question how has covid-19 changed education in your eyes. Oh a lot that had faith in our world of Education as but I think that it's really pushed us outside of our comfort zones because a lot of us become complacent and when I go out and I talked to educate them now I say we can use this moment as a great opportunity for us to do something great in education. So I do believe that even though we have a lot of challenges that yep. Going to come out on the other side of this even better than we were before because a lot of us we weren't ready to embrace technology in the way that we are now before code that I was traveling all over the country. Now, I'm sitting in presenting in front of my computer so I can somewhat understand how teachers can become so frustrated with technology and not having a one-on-one and instruction, but those things these challenges I believe is is what makes us great it put it propels us to move into our purpose. Now. You said very powerful things one thing. I do remember about your personal principalship was that you were a very Hands-On leader. You were not the type to sit in your office. And I remember you had high heels on it. You walk around their school life. You have people would say Miss. Why are you wearing heels every day and I would say to them that they were prescribed by my doctor. You wrote a book club. All Beauty underneath the struggle. Tell us a little bit about your book The funny thing about the book is the book came to me during my time at home when we could go anywhere with covet. So I was doing The Energy Bus and so don. Borden had asked me to come and do what they call a power of positive Summit and I decided to talk about the beauty underneath the struggle creating your book story and that had so much feedback from that little presentation that I did and it's all about we have a struggle but paid seeing it rather than a challenge finding the opportunity that it presents. So in the book I talk a lot about where we are right now with covet cuz I finished the book during that time so I could me a bath. I'm going to say four or five months to write and get it published. I did my own publishing but it was if it's amazing and I was getting some really good feedback. Except for now is the era of covet people are looking for something inspirational something that's going to help them Rise Above This Moment so that they can see the beauty underneath the stone know what does purpose mean to you purpose is when your passion and your your why they Collide and in that that's what I call your success and and that's how you create your best bus story. So when you have that passion and your why that's bad too fine, sir. That's your purpose in life when you're in purpose Jeffrey because you're not concerned about the time you're just in that moment and as a principal I could walk by a classroom and I could see those teachers that were in purpose because those people are passing it and and you can feel their energy without them saying a word you can just feel the energy that comes from the things they do but what I've learned. Yep. My journey is that purpose is less about what we're doing, but how we do it. And so a lot of times we think that purpose is about a job or something. But purpose is how you show up and send every day so you can have purpose I don't care if you are if you work as a custodian a cafeteria worker or you're a young kid, you suck man. You can have purpose no matter what you're doing. I'm going to have purpose talking to you on the call cuz I'm passing it about what I do. You can bring that with you no matter where you are in life purpose because it is that driving force and I heard you say that when a collage that's your success. So why do you think so many Educators struggle with trying to find success? I think the the way we Define it is we're looking for something outside of ourselves. And so if you're looking for something outside of yourself, it's going to be fleeting image. Going to stay with you when you start to think about what is in your heart. And where does your attention go and some of us are scared to follow that off. So when I left my job four years ago Jeffrey, I follow that path that I had for creating positive culture because culture didn't begin when I became a principal or when I was a teacher in a culture begins in your home. And so I've always been passionate about having a positive home environment because school wasn't extension of home for me in fact family. And so when you know, what's in your heart and and what you love and you take that risk and you jump out there and do it, then you're going to find more money more joy and more happiness and I think a lot of times we're fearful of jumping in with both feet and exploring what it is that we were meant to do them. I always say when go out and you know do my speaking engagements I say that if you're still.

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Review: Live-action ‘Mulan’ is gorgeous but short on magic

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Review: Live-action ‘Mulan’ is gorgeous but short on magic

"Which has metamorphosed from its animated classic into a live action thrillers they'll face Just my duty to protect my family. Let's dive in on Mulan and Charlie Kaufman's new movie. I'm thinking of ending things. Joining us live on Skype with her reviews. Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday. Hello, Anne. Hello, Hilary. So Disney definitely takes a risk when it revisits a childhood classic like Mulan. Will fans be satisfied or kind of annoyed? Oh, I think, um I don't think they'll be annoyed. They might be surprised. This is not the move on that. A lot of young women and boys grew up with the lot of the comedy And these certainly the music of that animated classic from 1998 have been excised, and it's kind of grown up along with its audience into Ah, you know, this is rated PG 13. And they mean it. This is a pretty serious minded, battle minded war picture about this young woman who goes into battle to defend her country from northern invaders and find herself along the way and proves her strength and her self empowerment and it's a beautiful I will say it visually stunning film. Niki Caro has directed. This was a lot of sweep and attention to detail. The costumes are exquisite in the landscapes, and I thought that the story is It's epic. It's bloody. There isn't literal blood, but there's a lot of fighting, so I just want Especially parents to go in knowing that this is not the little, the little mulatto 1998. This is grown up Mulan for a different generation, but I think brings just as much value and Ah, beauty to it is the first one

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How Do Tanuki Work?

BrainStuff

03:28 min | 2 years ago

How Do Tanuki Work?

"In June of twenty, two, thousand, nineteen, a couple in a small village in Nottinghamshire Great. Britain woke at four am to an eerie sound they ventured out and discovered an animal that never seen before his thing and attacking a goat on their farm. After rescuing the goat they took a photo of the beast and promptly posted it online. The animal was four-legged and fluffy. It moved like a dog but had a face and markings like a raccoon. It turns out there unwanted visitor was a canoe Katie sometimes called a raccoon dog. To learn more about these unusual critters we talked by email to Jennifer Andrew, a member of the carnivore team at Zuid Lanta she helps take care of zoo, Atlanta's to to NUKII or and Loki. Zoo, Atlanta is just one of two zoos in the United States that houses to not the other is the Oklahoma City Zoo. Indra explained to new key our dogs genetically and morphological logically speaking they get the nickname raccoon dog primarily because of their similar coloring and coat patterns. The only other true similarity raccoons is that they occupy the same niche as raccoons do in nature even though they live on different partners. To NUKII range in size from about one point, five to two feet long that's about point four, five, two point, nine meters with a tail adding another six inches or one point, five meters they weigh anywhere from eight to twenty, two pounds around three and a half to ten kilos therefore can be golden great or reddish brown but their shoulders, legs, and the tips of their tails are blocked and their facial markings are similar to a raccoons including the black mask around the eyes. They're originally from eastern Asia including Japan, which is where the word to new key comes from, and where the animal is a cultural icon images of have appeared in everything from folklore and literature to anime and advertising the mythological versions sometimes called Buckeye Nukii, our spirit creatures, tricksters, and shape shifter's that love gold and are often depicted with a big belly and a particularly large scrotum. Many modern Japanese businesses, displays statues of to represent prosperity and good luck. To not the animals, not the spirits where brought the northern and Eastern Europe due to fur-farming back in the nineteen twenties it's believed some new key managed to escape and began to live and breathe in that region. The HABITAT, they're most comfortable living in would typically be described as forested everything from deciduous trees to evergreens, but they can live in urban and coastal areas they like living near water. When they're in the wild Turkey to picky about meals as forager's they'll eat anything from frogs, birds, and rats to berries and carrion that is vet animals to not have been known to forage in garbage cans or pick over roadkill areas inhabited by humans. But do life is a little different, not only art Niki given different food to eat including kibble hard boiled eggs, veggies and fish. But because they're naturally forager's and a non foraging, setting their caregivers look for ways to make feeding time a little more challenging. Andrew said, we like to scatter their diet throughout their habitats to encourage natural foraging behaviors. They also enjoy interacting with problem-solving enrichment devices that encourage behaviors such as biting, chewing, ripping shredding, smelling digging, and dragging.

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"niki" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"niki" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"So so here we are I'm waiting for my first ripe tomato as well, poly, tunnel or no poly tunnel because I don't have one. But you know I know I need to start fresh with some other crops tonight for instance put in another row of Bush beans the other day and <hes>. <hes> you know so. What are some of the food crops and a lot of people who are listening are probably new listeners new readers of the website you know. Lot of people have gotten into the throes of gardening this year in great numbers, and even some experience gardeners have like. Expanded what they're doing because of the the sort of situation out there so if we haven't stretched the season before really if we haven't grown. The second or third sewing of this like what are the things that you would want us to try your hand up most of all? I think the most important thing to i. realize is that anybody can succession plant growing up I had this. We had this little family vegetable garden, and we never succession planted, so when initial crop of beans was done that was it we never had were beans, and now <hes> as you mentioned kind of us up every square inch of my garden, but even people listening who maybe are in condos or only have a deck. You can still succession plan pot, so everybody could should be success and planting if you definitely want to get as much food as possible this season. So for me right now. I am putting more Bush beans in like you said every two to three weeks until mid-july I will put Bush beans in I'm also planting fall crop of sugar snap peas I'm talking Zucchini and cucumbers in the garden because they take anywhere from fifty to sixty five days, and I still have that in my season before that frost, even with the fall factor worked in so this time for that. You know soon it'll be time. Time to for the fall and winter, carrots and beets, and of course cabbages, cauliflowers, all of those cabbage cousin Crops Broccoli. I'm starting them indoors right now under my grow lights that I can put them in the garden in about four weeks, because if I direct so those in the garden there, it's going to be hard to keep those little seeds and seedlings happy in the intense heat incentive summer class the slugs. Even though it's been dry, they have been. Just brutal. Describe this year I mean it'll be hot and sunny out there. handpicking slugs explain it, but they're multiplying like crazy. I'm picking teeny tiny ones. Giant fat ones about point where all of a handful of slimy slugs. I don't even care anymore I'll just. I'll just keep on picking them. So I do like to start something's indoors undergraduates, because it's a little easier than trying to nurture them along in the garden when the soils hot and dry right, so that's one of your tactical approaches is to start it in a more controlled environment, and have these like homemade plugs to plug in when you see that square foot come available when you pull some of that lettuce right? Yeah, and it's one of the easiest things you can do if you have girl lights. Because even like mentioned lettuce. Let us won't germinate when it's hotter than I don't know the Fahrenheit but twenty seven Celsius so probably eighty Fahrenheit I guess so. If you want the lettuce fall and winter start them in doors and mid to late August. Plug them in your garden when there are a couple of weeks old and you'll just bypassed the frustration of trying to keep the seeds and seedlings happy in again that hot dry soil right now. The list you just gave which I know it wasn't like the comprehensive list at you're reading from a script or something, or from one of your books by the way <hes>, but it includes almost everything except for like tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and potatoes. Right I mean it's. It's pretty comprehensive that you can push a lot of things. You can do it again with a lot of things and. Although Margaret, you're making me feel a little guilty because I actually have a few tomato suckers I've rooted. And I'm just going to try to put those in and see what happens, and I might have accidentally gone to a garden center today and I might have accidentally bought another pepper plant, so we'll see what happens. Nor I wouldn't plant those and early July, but I'm going to give them a I'm gonNA. Put them in pots I'm GONNA put them in my poly tunnel and maybe I'll still get harvest from this year I. You know I. Don't think it's a bad thing to experiment and try new things. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't,

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Season Extending with Niki Jabbour

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:07 min | 2 years ago

Season Extending with Niki Jabbour

"So so here we are I'm waiting for my first ripe tomato as well, poly, tunnel or no poly tunnel because I don't have one. But you know I know I need to start fresh with some other crops tonight for instance put in another row of Bush beans the other day and you know so. What are some of the food crops and a lot of people who are listening are probably new listeners new readers of the website you know. Lot of people have gotten into the throes of gardening this year in great numbers, and even some experience gardeners have like. Expanded what they're doing because of the the sort of situation out there so if we haven't stretched the season before really if we haven't grown. The second or third sewing of this like what are the things that you would want us to try your hand up most of all? I think the most important thing to i. realize is that anybody can succession plant growing up I had this. We had this little family vegetable garden, and we never succession planted, so when initial crop of beans was done that was it we never had were beans, and now as you mentioned kind of us up every square inch of my garden, but even people listening who maybe are in condos or only have a deck. You can still succession plan pot, so everybody could should be success and planting if you definitely want to get as much food as possible this season. So for me right now. I am putting more Bush beans in like you said every two to three weeks until mid-july I will put Bush beans in I'm also planting fall crop of sugar snap peas I'm talking Zucchini and cucumbers in the garden because they take anywhere from fifty to sixty five days, and I still have that in my season before that frost, even with the fall factor worked in so this time for that. You know soon it'll be time. Time to for the fall and winter, carrots and beets, and of course cabbages, cauliflowers, all of those cabbage cousin Crops Broccoli. I'm starting them indoors right now under my grow lights that I can put them in the garden in about four weeks, because if I direct so those in the garden there, it's going to be hard to keep those little seeds and seedlings happy in the intense heat incentive summer class the slugs. Even though it's been dry, they have been. Just brutal. Describe this year I mean it'll be hot and sunny out there. handpicking slugs explain it, but they're multiplying like crazy. I'm picking teeny tiny ones. Giant fat ones about point where all of a handful of slimy slugs. I don't even care anymore I'll just. I'll just keep on picking them. So I do like to start something's indoors undergraduates, because it's a little easier than trying to nurture them along in the garden when the soils hot and dry right, so that's one of your tactical approaches is to start it in a more controlled environment, and have these like homemade plugs to plug in when you see that square foot come available when you pull some of that lettuce right? Yeah, and it's one of the easiest things you can do if you have girl lights. Because even like mentioned lettuce. Let us won't germinate when it's hotter than I don't know the Fahrenheit but twenty seven Celsius so probably eighty Fahrenheit I guess so. If you want the lettuce fall and winter start them in doors and mid to late August. Plug them in your garden when there are a couple of weeks old and you'll just bypassed the frustration of trying to keep the seeds and seedlings happy in again that hot dry soil right now. The list you just gave which I know it wasn't like the comprehensive list at you're reading from a script or something, or from one of your books by the way but it includes almost everything except for like tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and potatoes. Right I mean it's. It's pretty comprehensive that you can push a lot of things. You can do it again with a lot of things and. Although Margaret, you're making me feel a little guilty because I actually have a few tomato suckers I've rooted. And I'm just going to try to put those in and see what happens, and I might have accidentally gone to a garden center today and I might have accidentally bought another pepper plant, so we'll see what happens. Nor I wouldn't plant those and early July, but I'm going to give them a I'm gonNA. Put them in pots I'm GONNA put them in my poly tunnel and maybe I'll still get harvest from this year I. You know I. Don't think it's a bad thing to experiment and try new things. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't,

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Chef Niki Nakayama's First Food Memory

Asian Enough

07:00 min | 2 years ago

Chef Niki Nakayama's First Food Memory

"We want to know what was your first food memory. My first food memory. One of my favorite things to eat is I just love rice and then not just rice but I love eggs in races so lake any kind of eggs generally. When I was growing up in Japanese food you can eat raw eggs but in the cat so we have to like a pan fry are boil it. But it's the idea of mixing that with the rice important slice sauce on it if there's nothing to eat eggs and rice was that you making that for yourself or is it somebody else making it for you. That was my grandma and my mom making for me and then when I got to do things at home because at cravings I got very creative creative with like found ingredients. Yes let one of my best things that I felt that I created when I was young so I was craving pizza. But we don't have pizza at home and it's not like you can make pizza. So I just got like the USA dumpling. Skin and I put regular spaghetti sauce on it. Cut The craft slices of Cheddar cheese and some ham and a toasted and I was like. Oh my God. It's pizza aided and then I gave it to my sister. She's like that's bad shirts pizza. Now you're like see it was cuisine. Yes see those creative. Your Mom's food like we ain't a lot of like Japanese style American food for example like Omelette race or rice. We eat a lot of Tom. Cut Su Eight Curry rise we just had a lot of things like that but we also eight really cleanly to eat a lot of like you know Japanese. They say oh she. It's just like boiled vegetables. Soya sauce or just very simply my parents. They started as seafood market and then they would always have fish and seafood at home and I remember growing up thinking. I hate seafood. Engages won't meet. Can we just have meat in there? Like no secret is good for you. Is that household like where you can get a lot of things. But you're like I just want something else. Yeah I definitely grew up eating all Chinese food right and then I grew up in the south and so I wanted to try crystal and white castle like what was that food that you couldn't get you wanted to get McDonald's back in the days. When I was growing up that was what was nearby. It was like I looked to the left. It's McDonald's I looked at the Rights Burger King Well I wanted to ask you basically about kiosque and your experiences going to Japan and learning to cook that as a southern California born and raised japanese-american but I How would you describe Kaseke. I have to tell people when it comes to Seki that. It's the most formal way of dining in Japanese cuisine. Because it's a very completely thought out meal. It's not just you know where you randomly pick things and put it together. It's a formalized meal where you really have to think up a thing greedy and you also have to think about the cooking methods that really highlights ingredient and it's about seasonality about representing the area that you're in what. I always say that the thing that I love most about is that it's really about showing gratitude toward nature like this feeling of really appreciating what nature has to give you and then giving back by doing the best things that you can do to ingredients to highlight them and make him shine like honoring essence. Yes I didn't realize how. How much of an outsider? I was until I actually went to live in Japan because I remember going up here and thinking. Oh you know one day when I I remember like around the age of twelve hours. I think I want to go to Japan to study. I WanNa live there and Experienced that kind of life just to what it's like so different from what would've known and I thought that would would be an amazing experience for me to do it and I always had planned it in my mind. That was going to go after high school and just sort of experience the lifestyle and there was only when I actually went there. Did I realize like Oh my gosh? I think I'm so much more American than I recognized when I lived in America. Because there's just so many things that are so different from our lifestyles and there's so many cultural nuances that if you're not familiar with you could come off as being offensive to people. I felt like I had a really good education about those nuances. But it's only when I went there that I realized oh I can't walk around and eat at the same time because that's not what you do and your pen like and then. I can't sit in the subway with my legs spread out because I'm so tired like I just have to sit there properly and behave yet and I think one of the most hardest things when it comes to trying to get into what I wanted to do with cooking was finding the right place to sort of accept what I wanted to do. Luckily I had relatives there that were willing to take me in and give me that training and things like that but I felt that there are a lot of differences but at the heart of things I always feel like I can relate so it's very difficult I think at one time I really wanted to be a part of the society but then after as I got to know it a little bit more deeply I just felt like I think the best thing is just be who you are and you came home. Yeah well what was it actually like growing up here? I think one of the things that was different growing up here is unlike how it is. Maybe now there weren't as many Asian people when I was growing up and I felt like I had one Japanese class main ahead. Maybe like three Korean classmates may be there to Chinese consummates but it just felt very on some level isolating at one point. I hadn't really thought about it. Wasn't like a big deal wasn't like. I felt the need sort of not belonging that I noticed that there are differences. Thought about being as an I guess or being seeing how different you're from everyone else. Yeah you know what I didn't really think about being Asian until I actually moved to this end. Gabriel valley and that was really an unique experience because the high school I went to had. Maybe it was probably seventy percent Asian. The thing that struck me was like this is not how imagine highschool leg where all the cheerleaders and jocks that you see going on. Tv's and my high school does not look like this and That was the thing that blew my mom. I'm from Tennessee. So that was the thing that blew my mind. The most of California's there's a majority Asian highschools I was like one of you know two or three and my high school Tennessee. You know coming out here like I'm like oh I'm Asian and then there's all these other Asian people it's like I need

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A Father's Story with KJ Carson, March of Dimes Ambassador

Babes and Babies

08:33 min | 2 years ago

A Father's Story with KJ Carson, March of Dimes Ambassador

"K J Carson here. He's an ambassador with the march of dimes. And he has an amazing story that he's going to share with us and he has a lot of information about the march of dimes. I'm really excited to learn because I did not know how much they were helping out women and babies and families so it's really cool. The work that they are doing in Cagey got to experience it firsthand. So thank you so much for being here. Oh thank you so much for having me I guess where the beginning starts. Maybe Two days before our daughter was born and My wife was complaining of tiredness and so forth and we were really fortunate because The situation that we had for her healthcare included included a midwife and so that midwife had given us a card where if something had didn't seem right within a let's just call it a clockwise our someone from the midwife team get back to you so I said Okay. Well once we get back to our home which was about ninety minutes away Let me know how you feel. Maybe your medicine melted my wife's medicine just run out and so I thought okay maybe the worst. You'll need a refill To to kind of your because your body was depending on this medicine for your morning. Sickness so My wife wakes up the next day. And she's like I can't see virtually at all. Can you call the number? It's all like okay. Wow I've never known it to be this. So hit the pause button on that part of the story to tell from the father's perspective and I think every father should probably map out a route couple of them to get to the hospital and the time we're in the Washington DC AREA. If you knew how just absolutely ridiculous traffic is in the DC area. A hat and done this yet. Yeah so after calling the midwife They called back within about twenty five thirty minutes. It's a come into the hospital where okay absolutely. This is what I'm thinking. We'll get prescription for medication and So forth so I'll pause that part before we get to the hospital to say that my wife has been the epitome of healthy eating Not over indulging Had always been on. Medications has never been a smoker of any kind. I can't even get her to drink even the sweetest wine so she she clearly observes just virtually all the tenants of what a healthy mom should be But then when we got to the hospital It just seemed like we were there a little bit longer than expected and it turns out that my wife ended up with a syndrome called help It's an acronym acronym H E L P One way more people would know about is pre ECLAMPSIA but it's a severe case of P pre ECLAMPSIA and so my wife's blood pressure shot through the roof in the high to hundreds was the top number and we were just told. We're GONNA take the we have to take the baby today. And so my wife was only twenty nine weeks pregnant at the time and so our daughter was born two pounds. One ounces of two pounds one ounce And was in the nick you for one hundred and fourteen days She had a category four brain bleed and born with low scale cerebral palsy My wife did not have a chance to hold her her daughter for about four days because of the level of magnesium if I'm correct That was in her system and I was able to see my daughter because of the time that she was born. And because the visitation hours in the Nick. You which we're Kinda split in two times Were about to start so I was able to see her briefly for a little bit but our daughter Sarah was make you four hundred and fourteen days and it was just very tough to touch our daughter through a glass partition where book plexiglass. You know. Just giving her to reach our thumb. Grab our thumb or grab our finger But what was really fascinating about being in the nick? You were the other families in. How kind of Emeka is kind of this bubble of life where It doesn't matter what your walk is. What your beliefs are what your status is. Everybody's there for the same reason they're baby can't go home right away and so it kind of becomes a a small dependency in a way because you look forward to seeing the other families even though you're hoping just like everybody else that they can go home today with their child and so the march of dimes Was there for US When Sarah was in she's now eat When Sarah was moved from one hospital next to the Pentagon Over into an area of Fairfax Virginia The march of dimes had had a kind of like a thing for families where you can stop by. Wasn't anything mandatory. It was just the way to let someone know or let you know that. Someone's there if you had any questions that you didn't feel like you could ask a doctor or or or one of the nurse practitioners or one of the nurses that are in there Let's just say they dealt with the mental health side of it. If the Niki was the physical the march of dimes was there to help address. Some of the mental. And I know for my wife who could speak better about this but I know that it was something as simple as providing my wife a journal because as a husband and Kind of jokey way husbands are just notoriously known for like are you okay are you okay are you okay are you okay? And it's like I'm not okay anymore because you keep asking me but from a serious standpoint I just didn't know which avenue to walk down In terms of trying to get that communication with my wife of trying to understand why our child wasn't home And during that time when our daughter was in the hospital Literally inactive guide. A freak of nature happened where there was an earthquake that hit the east coast and it was like a six point. Oh and I happened to be over the hospital trying to let my wife know like hey look. Don't get out here. We don't know how bad things are. Even though nothing bad happened at the hospital but it was like okay. There's an earthquake. Are you okay at home? I'm wanting I'm going into the hospital as people are coming out and so So many of those different things that were going on that time while daughter was in the nick you The march of dimes able to provide even something as simple as a diary To my wife for her to be able to get her expressions in her thoughts out. You know again Probably one of the things that helped a lot and what I've learned from the situation is you know. Sometimes the foods that you put into your body can can exert exacerbate some of the stresses that are going on that. You're never really prepared for so. I really think that one of the blessings and everything that was going on was that my wife had already had kind of a a conscious thought of what she was putting into her body or not over stacking the foods into your body which you know I I would have no problem that they were. I knew there was one time she was like I'm craving mashed potatoes from KFC. And I WANNA Taco from Taco Bell and I was not going ask. Do you wanna eat this right now and it was just like okay. I'll be back in ten fifteen minutes. Is that enough time? It's just say also get one of those Green Mountain dews okay or the Light Blue Mountain dews. I'm like okay. You're really in his own but it wasn't an everyday thing and I think because that wasn't an everyday thing It allowed some of the mental to be able to permeate and be able to translate to the paper for her For me And I would recommend to any husband or father who's going through the same thing Try and find some things that you know may bring smiles to others During your free time I happened to start donating food to a food bank at that time. In fact that's exactly where I was around the corner From the hospital Earthquake hit and so But it it gave me a a sense of being appreciative. In spite of the things that are currently happening With me at that time. We're with our family at that time.

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Passengers allowed to sue airline over spilled coffee, court says

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Passengers allowed to sue airline over spilled coffee, court says

"An overseas court has cleared the way for international airline passengers to sue over spilled coffee the European union's court of justice as an air carrier can be held liable if an air travelers injured by spilled hot coffee during a flight and they can see you even if this bill is not directly connected to turbulence or other flight related factors the ruling was made over a case in Austria were fathers coffee spilled on his daughter Niki the airline which has since become insolvent argued that the spill had to be linked to something that happened with the flight itself and Austrian court will now decide on the

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Sex Worker Rights with Alison Spittle and guests Miranda Kane and Niki Adams

The Guilty Feminist

09:02 min | 3 years ago

Sex Worker Rights with Alison Spittle and guests Miranda Kane and Niki Adams

"I'm a feminist but being in the changing room at Yoga when pregnancy yoga comes out is an object silence for me because to me they look like handmaid's because they don't talk the very pregnant and I've got excellent posture there's just a sense of godliness to them it's the yoga that's Donna don't get me wrong I should have that wanted the end to your warmed up the one at the end again because I think you're gonNA find it's really funny and creepy and judgmental I'm a feminist Bush I watched it a violent there's more I watched the Oh I didn't because I like to psychologically assess people while being low key aroused at the same time it is it's going to admit it also I think like I love people watching a Vita interesting I love People Watch true crime because you watch true crime and you're like what would I do in this situation would I escaped being murdered but I watched the light into go how do I not give John from Brighton the hand job the Go-to the pool how do I I'm a feminist bond I try not to judge people who watch la violence because I know I know that seventy bright feminists women love it and I'm actually on a level and what HAP- group which there's a lot of laws on that WHATSAPP group but deep down a China watch a few episodes every now and again just to keep up with what's up shop but when it's over I'm like thank God I love the group and the Group tends to stay little buoyant between La violence it'd be one since the group started buck honestly there's a part of me that just goes what are these people seeing everyone says all but it's great because it allows people to talk about gas lighting yes because you're witnessing live gaslight batstone coach reason that's like saying all we've put live homicide on the television and because it's really bringing the question of homicide to the four but you provoking it but a lot of women now look at that and go I don't got to happen to me but you've made it happen and now you're saying so women realize it shouldn't happen but you've made it happen Catholic women that watch levion this is not a very real way I feel like I am the gas lighter I am the one saying you don't have to watch this going to have to participate in this yeah I do watch it to learn about gaslight but also if there is a hunch up the added bonus I'll say them I just like watching a do vague overshadowed very quickly I'm just like Ooh I wanNA give myself to be honest someone else do it I'd rather watch wouldn't do it yeah yeah I'm not GonNa do it back for nineteen minutes support the person that this to me it's watching that how clean is your house show I don't clean my what someone else cleaned their Lou end of story turn over Little Bit Madman yes all watch that man in very well suits women appreciating those men it's wrong I see that I also guess lip Gina who standing in for Tomas Brussels cocktails on eighteen and I've a feminist but I have this desire to say I don't normally drink at work lack I deserve metal I'm aware that most of you don't drink at work but medians do so I feel very proud of myself saying I never drink before work or at work I'd like my if you're an x ray here radiographer was like I virtues at work to assure you tonight your justice is Captain John Sylvester. We're about to take off I just head on she does the exhibit differently I'm GonNa sip it very slowly your the quality of your beyond minded anyway oh she's nuts uh-huh that's basically undoing nice no I support you I am a feminist Bush like using misogynous swear words and I'm trying to stop so like Beach Yeah Oh it's so progressive sometimes I just WanNa go what's up bitches yeah you you shouldn't so I really liked the word motherfucker insist that can ice love it sounds like a jelly fucker jovial swear right that's not very nice about moments you know so I thought of thinking of a different word to describe motherfucker as trucker fucker dice gender-neutral this well you know truckers can be men or women and but I've come through proper word for it now it's called Matt and that's mom partner Max motherfucker the listen to you work no do you think sorry do you think mash a trucker from the middle of iron and listens to the guilty feminists see we could change who's your progenitor neutral I went to university every Christmas every night we would give the boys an episode of the Philippi show and the flip show was about it was he was reading a forerunner of House doc shaggy dog puppet he was washed up detective he was dictated to painkillers. How old were these kids there was an evil nemesis the anti was called Hedberg because he was German and Tom used to do his voice and be lying Filipi I've been expecting you please come in I have made a muffins and as it developed on it was clear that head bail was gay and very much in love with flew p so you could say very positive gay characters but I look back on this now and initials on show the puppets hide you're right yeah they probably welcome thank you there we go retrospective even making stuff woke that's what we should do everything then I think you'll find the eighteen was quite a great feminist attacks

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Makeup and Raising Young Women

Fat Mascara

07:30 min | 3 years ago

Makeup and Raising Young Women

"Any of you as are pregnant have been pregnant or mom's whatever I would love to hear your stories stories so I I see you guys are my friends so it's going to be the real real. I've talked about this before last summer. I went off of this chronic headache medic medication migraine medication take. I've been taking it for almost ten years twice a day. It's intense obviously it doesn't cure them but it certainly curbs that. Will you have to be off of it for like a month author so I think it's a two weeks but mine are all just like just get off for a month before you start trying so I went off of it boom five pounds now. I'm not trying to trigger if you if this is uncomfortable features fast-forward triggering neurosis is but I have like neurosis about that stuff like so wait wait so many women do I was freaking. I was like Oh my God. It's going up up up and they're gonNA try and I'm GonNa like just like all summer just gaining gaining gaining and then he like. I was this summer actually last summer. I never went off at for like oh I I may. I went back on it like a month. After so this I mean it was really hard like mentally for me and then I got pregnant like you you know I'm very fortunate I I realized that got pregnant very quickly and but that the post weird withdrawal weight gain plus like the progressive weight gain has been really like mentally hard for me and I feel really vein in really crappy saying this because it's like if the focus should be on the baby not like your jeans means. No it's not a vein thing you're talking about something. That makes you feel. This has been like a lifelong thing for me so as listeners probably know so anyway. I'm getting upset about Aww I'm trying to like. Shelve my feelings and then I came out this weekend that I was pregnant. The requisite in Instagram my instagram posts not have like the drama of John's like dogs and and lie of I got a lot out of ninety nine percent amazing congratulations like so there was nothing complex about also is but a couple of people. This is what I want to talk sorry. It's like the long wind wind up. We're like I knew it and I thought that it was like six cents thing. They're like you've been bigger. You got bigger your body's change or I saw that photo. Oto and like I have to tell you and I don't mean the photo of my two days before because I did look kind of pregnant. I regret posting that but it really really like what world guys just. Please don't ever say that to someone. I noticed you were getting fuller or you have that glow and then they do with their hands. It makes you look like Palmer customer for like people think they have carte blanche. When you talk about pregnancy. Your body becomes like a public issue. Yes and I really doubting your belly or whatever we're not even talking about. It's just like all of a sudden. You realize Oh right people look at my body every day. Yes whereas when you're not pregnant you wouldn't even know that people are looking yeah yeah. It's just kind of brought new attention so I don't really have a resolution for this but if anyone has any stories they wanNA share with me six to seven months. No no my God yeah I mean i. I know it's only gonNA to get like more extreme. You'll have a resolution because you'd probably be liking of dealing with the aftermath are here for you. The listeners are here for you and you. WanNa talk about it as it goes on. No one's GonNa think it's like whatever making baby stopped complaining about feeling overweight or fat. That's how you feel and if you and if you know how many people struggle to get to this point so I understand that people make grateful Bogo. It's about the healthy baby. I'm very concerned about the health of the baby but that doesn't mean you're not a woman who can't feel I'm fine. I'm I'm finding it hard with me like we're in support of you. I do have a trainer right now just to keep me strong and I'll tell you lose weight but to keep your muscles strong trainer. Akron Oxford name is Vanessa and she is. She specializes like she works a lot with prenatal and like Oh cool Sommese throughout the pregnancy. Don't worry we're not GONNA talk turned. TURN INTO A MOTHERHOOD POD cow but you know there are beauty effects to all of this and your health and whatever I feel we should like sugar. Let's get into a lot of you. Ask what kind of products are using when you're not doing what you doing. We'll get into so that soon so anyway thanks for your patience and thanks for all the well wishes from everyone so many thoughts running through my head as as this whole journey continues and I'm paying a lot of attention to like little girls on the street and what they're doing doing and how they look like. I'm looking at other people and like judging by I am. I think it's very interesting to raise a girl especially especially when we are in this world and we work in the beauty industry. Yeah we're we're. We're for you know like this is not. I'm not sorry I'm not in academia. You know like this hi where he's going to be exposed to some glamour. Some Glenmore I mean Jeff Works in beauty. Is Kinda crazy so I've been thinking you know what. Whoa I like Mommy and me makeovers Manny's and all that and like I I see girls who are my God. They're like twelve years old and swear to God. I didn't look that hot when I was twenty five yeah and we even in had on facebook. I was looking. I think the woman was Whitney. She was talking about her daughter's ten and is it. Is it time to wear makeup because her daughter showed interest in. I believe Brow Gel which I was like. ooh Yes but also it is. It is cosmetics yeah and so I I remember like there was like there was the what are they called like entry the Gateway Gateway Makeup Okay Yeah for me. It was like covergirl lip slicks. Remember those were I. You had your doctor Pepper Bonnie Bell Labs cars though I've said Bonnie any bell recently in no buddy under the age of thirty has any idea what I'm talking about. That's very just called. Lip smackers saw develop UNITA rebrand call us yeah and then so then it was and then I look good hit hit out. Keep going towards a more tinted one and see if my mom notice that's funny. Color payoff was shit on the cover purpose. They were Niki Taylor was not detail and it might caboodle. I had that and like a couple of other things. That didn't weren't real make. How old were you at this point so I think my aunt ellen gave me my first makeup. I WANNA say eighth grade so I but I was young for my year so I think I was thirteen twelve twelve Ralph okay okay but you you're like in the light stuff right it was like before. I even got my period yeah okay. I got my period at thirteen. I guess I'm a late bloomer. Whatever but I was thinking. Maybe that's when you do it when you hit puberty but girls seemed very make up even younger yeah. I've always been like a little embarrassed at how young I was wearing over you when you started wearing. We spoke about this a few years ago so like if if you've heard this we're just once again young when I started going to middle school so I was sent your October September birthday. I turned twelve going into middle school but I didn't like go from like nothing. I I didn't like Gr- gradually stuff. I like like the kissing coolers and the yeah whatever the role on you went all in but my mom was like down inside. Maybe she thought I don't like this needs a letter experiment like I remember we went to the clinic counter. I got my three step system a little black honey eh like this. No I mean this. We listen also guys. It was the ninety my niece. The aesthetic was different. I got what just exactly my mom had which was liquid like perfectly balanced foundation foundation. Yes he's funny. Show in there that that aid was this is why I go back to the ascetic. Remember it was all about like the Matt Studio fix it was like

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