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NXIVM guru gets 120 years in prison in sex-slaves case

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 15 min ago

NXIVM guru gets 120 years in prison in sex-slaves case

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the leader of Nexium is sentenced to more than one hundred years in prison notorious self improvement guru Keith Raniere he was sentenced to one hundred twenty years in prison Tuesday after being convicted last year on charges of racketeering alien smuggling sex trafficking extortion and obstruction of justice prosecutors presented evidence and testimony that Ranieri had turned some followers of his program called Nexium into sex slaves some were branded with his initials Nexium which was based in Albany New York with branches in Mexico and Canada druid hearings that included millionaires in Hollywood actors who were willing to endorse humiliation and the pledge obedience to run the area around here he was unrepentant telling the judge I do believe I am innocent of the charges hi Mike Rossio

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Dez Bryant joins Ravens practice squad after 2-year hiatus

Wendy Bell

00:06 sec | 2 hrs ago

Dez Bryant joins Ravens practice squad after 2-year hiatus

"Dez Bryant joins the Ravens practice squad on the same day. Antonio Brown signs his one year deal with Tampa Bay.

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Consumer confidence dips to 100.9 as virus spreads in US

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 5 hrs ago

Consumer confidence dips to 100.9 as virus spreads in US

"Slightly Last month Justice a new wave of Corona virus cases began across the country. Consumer confidence dips slightly this month, the Conference board says. It's index fell from a September reading of one a 1.8 to 100.9 this month just to compare before the pandemic hit. That number was over 132 in February. It's an important indicators since consumer spending accounts for 70% of economic activity in the country. So what decline and confident It gets a lot of attention from economists, especially heading into the crucial holiday shopping season. Shelly Antler

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Amazon says it plans to hire 100,000 seasonal employees

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 5 hrs ago

Amazon says it plans to hire 100,000 seasonal employees

"Revealed holiday hiring plans and they are very merry boxes. Jenny Kiss, Ola explains. Amazon has revealed holiday hiring plans. It'll hire 100,000 seasonal employees across the U. S and Canada and the jobs could lead to a longer term employment. Amazon says it has promoted 35,000 employees this year. And more than 30,000 have taken advantage of its career Choice program, which offers the chance to learn new skills and high demand areas like computer support specialist in paralegal. Amazon's minimum wages $15 an hour it says full time employees will receive health insurance and other benefits on their first day. Jenny Cho Sola

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VMI superintendent resigns amid racism investigation

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 7 hrs ago

VMI superintendent resigns amid racism investigation

"Allegations of systemic racism at the Virginia Military Institute forced the resignation of the school's long time superintendent yesterday. Well, today, we're learning that some cadets who are angry about that firing are venting on a chat app that's popular at many military colleges and service academies, The Washington Post says. The target of their rage, black of deaths and alumni, one anonymous Post says in part you are the reason we are more divided. You decided to be a professional victim and complain. Someone is making a racist joke. Get over it. Not clear if the school actively monitors the yodel app or if it identifies and punish his students for posting hateful

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Amy Coney Barrett sworn in at White House ceremony

The Takeaway

01:06 min | 7 hrs ago

Amy Coney Barrett sworn in at White House ceremony

"Night Amy Coney Barrett became the 9th United States Supreme Court Justice in one of the most partisan displays of power. We have witnessed in the past few decades Republicans use their political majority to force Barracks confirmation before election day. So far sixty million votes have already been cast in the 2020 election embarrassed nomination process was one of the fastest ever for Supreme Court nominee lasting a little more than a month after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Barrett answered less than 20% of the questions posed to her during her sneering leaving many Americans unclear about how the new Justice might lean and frustrating Democrats who remember how President Obama scotus nominee Merrick Garland wasn't even granted a hearing the current team was the culmination of nearly four Decades of work on reshaping the court Mitch McConnell starkly said this on Sunday a lot of what we've done over the last four years would be undone. gamer later by the next election won't be able to do much about this. for a long time to come

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Zeta takes aim at U.S. Gulf Coast after drenching Mexico

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 8 hrs ago

Zeta takes aim at U.S. Gulf Coast after drenching Mexico

"Rape All eyes on Tropical Storm Zeta after it hit Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula has a Category one hurricane bringing Heavy rain and storm surge state is expected to strengthen back into a hurricane over the Gulf of Mexico before reaching Louisiana's Gulf Coast later this week. Here's National Hurricane Center specialist Robbie Berg. You have working mornings up for much of happiest in Louisiana and offer the coast in Mississippi. So it could be you know very well that a weakening before reaches the coastline. We are still expecting it in maintaining hurricane strength. By the time it reaches the coastline whether says data could bring up to three inches of rain to some parts of New York City here on Thursday, raising concerns of localized

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About Those Murder Hornets

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:21 min | 10 hrs ago

About Those Murder Hornets

"Trending Bug news state into montages have warned. They won the opening battle against murder Hornets in Washington. Successfully, removing I nest discovered in the US and officials say they found the nest located in the cavity of tree my cousin has a master's in Tamala Judy she knows about every bug on the planet with it's crazy. Own Yes. She does my cousins Sharon from Chicago the Nets tells between one hundred, two, hundred Hornets. Goddamn. The state's Department of Agriculture tweet it crews track down the nest after weeks of searching after receiving permission from the owner of the land in which the dead tree was located. A team of workers dressed from head to toe in protective suits vacuumed the insects out of their nest the Hornets are less threatening to humans than they found. The CDC says bees, wasps, and the mill Hornets kill more Americans each year than murder Hornets killed people in Asia where they're usually found earning murder horn, it's murder. Yeah. It's crazy.

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Cheer's Monica Aldama Gets Eliminated from Dancing with the Stars on Villains Night

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:22 sec | 11 hrs ago

Cheer's Monica Aldama Gets Eliminated from Dancing with the Stars on Villains Night

"Treated viewers to villains A night last night. It was also an elimination evening and things got a little bit tricky. For one pair. Cheers. Monica Aldama and her pro partner did their best to win the judges over with a jazz routine inspired by nurse ratchet and set to fever that earned them the lowest score of the night 22 out of 30. It also got them booted from the show. I have not watched dancing with

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Diplo Explains Living Situation With 19-Year-Old TikTok Star

Z Morning Zoo

01:10 min | 13 hrs ago

Diplo Explains Living Situation With 19-Year-Old TikTok Star

"Record straight about his relationship with this 19 year old tic tac star Quinlan Blackwell. It turns out he's her landlord thing else. She posted this video and she was like I live with diplo right now, and he supports my endeavors. And then the Internet was like, Why does a grown man live with the 19 year old tic Tac star Ariana? Um, and he set the record straight. Say I rent one of my properties to her. Yes, I use the studio in that building. I could see how you're getting this twisted, but there's nothing but friendship, but my favorite was her response to even that, she says. I'd rather break both of my legs and be forced to walk them pursue diplo romantically, and he'd rather choke. Okay, So that explains it. You know who didn't help us Azalea banks, our good friend who threw a bunch of gasoline on this small fire by saying when I was coming up in l A dip will help me out. But I had to give him some or something like that. In those lines to make it. She implied that she was one of many young starlets. Who diplo abetted and I don't help out with their career. I don't think anybody paid attention to her. I don't I don't believe anything She

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Ways To Get Women Highly Involved in Retirement Planning  With Marcia Mantell

Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

07:31 min | 13 hrs ago

Ways To Get Women Highly Involved in Retirement Planning With Marcia Mantell

"Hello and welcome to another top advisor marketing podcast. We don't often bring somebody on like my guest Marsha today. And here's why most wage. I don't think there's enough people like her out there. She has an author blogger a retirement industry expert and the author of a couple of books that we're going to talk about today. Now. My favorite thing about March is be fundamentally understands how important it is for you as a financial services professional to Market communicate and help women make decisions when it comes to retirement because it is different you can think to yourself that it's not but you're wrong and we're going to talk about being wrong today and how to make it right Marshall. Welcome to the boss man. Thank you so much for having me. And that was quite an intro. Well, thank you a static. Well, I did we had such a fun pre-call and I was so excited. I saw your on my calendar today and I'm like, I love this lady so wage. All right. First off it just does give us a little bit of a foundation here. How did you become a retirement industry expert in an author of multiple books? Well, you know like many things Matt wage was I fell into it happenstance and sometimes you just walk through a door because someone opened it for you and Wallah you end up having a thirty year career change in my case. I ended up walking through the door at Fidelity Investments back in nineteen. Ninety two as they were I call it inventing the rollover IRA and I got put on an account team that needed to support the marketing and product efforts for the rollover Ira which of course now has become the be-all end-all of our entire business. I thought it was exciting. It was like the wild west and it lasted for thirteen years, which was all good. But meanwhile, I had these two amazing young girls, I was trying to raise at home. And Corporate America and motherhood does not always quite aligned. So I stepped out at Fidelity and said, you know what I need to figure out something different so that I'm not always screaming at my poor kids and I started mental retirement Consulting and just hit fifteen years of doing business consultancy work with the financial firm and financial advisors around the country. Is it specifically directed at women or just your experience in the industry overall? Great idea question here. The women piece evolved over time is what I would say we started out just trying to Grapple with and get our arms around this thing called retirement, you know, in nineteen. Ninety two, the 401K was only twelve years old. Well ten years old really and we were all just trying to figure this thing out and saving for retirement. What did that mean? And you dabbled in it off? Well after thirty years, it has become abundantly clear that women have very different retirements than men they're ill-prepared and they don't even often know how to get their arms around getting themselves prepared for another 30 year chapter. So it has happened over time. It has built over time and for me, I mean you May notice Matt I am a woman. So I'm particularly concerned, you know self-serving for my own benefits and my own retirement and my own ability to navigate the very complicated Financial world that we all live in and so just over time things evolved from being broad retirement zeroing in on two women and what women really nice and how to get in this money game. So that's my travels through retirement and getting two women. I'm going to ask you a really dumb question because just me formulating the question just seems awfully ignorant on my behalf. But why is there such a difference? I mean, you know, we live in society together. Why is there such a fundamental need for financial services professionals to understand the differences in how women want to prepare for retirement and men want to repair for prepare for retirement? Why is there such a big difference wage? Well behavioral Finance would probably have some really academic wonderful. Research to answer that but I'm going to go a different route and I would tell you it's because men and women are fundamentally culturally Society wise. I live in the same Society. We see it differently in our roles are different add to that. The laws that have been written around retirement have been radically different for men and women. I'm going to give you two examples. The first is social security when Social Security was written it's a law so I mean keep in mind here. We've got some thousand five hundred pages of legal doctrine that supports Social Security and Medicare it is a law in in nineteen thirty-five when the Charming men in Congress were fighting this law called the Social Security Act. Society I'm using that in quotes Society was very much what we would consider today a traditional white family. The man worked outside the home the little woman stayed home. She certainly didn't have a job for pay and she raised the children. So the laws were written literally to protect her that the expectation was the man would be out in the world working wage earning a living and providing for his family up until age sixty-five at which point he would enter retirement so he couldn't retire early by the way, he would enter retirement and provide for her still by having earned a paycheck along the way so that's one example, so just even in our laws it set up where men and women are different and have different access to their money the other one though, that just slays me to this day. When I started in the retirement business again, nineteen, ninety two moms at home moms who did not have wages could only contribute $250 to an IRA 250. That was it the working dad the working husband could put in $2,000. She could only put in a hundred and fifty it wasn't until Nineteen Ninety Six, you know, that's like yesterday for me as a baby boomer like oh 1996, you know, I know that era only then could at home moms make equal contributions into an IRA. I still find that stunning. It's jaw-dropping. So women were not even allowed to stay home to raise their kids and be able to save for retirement. So yeah, we live in the same Society but the laws look at these gender roles these traditional roles. Yep. Very differently in the laws are written in that era it can sometimes take a really long time to change them. Yeah

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Interview With Tiffany Shlain

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

03:49 min | 1 d ago

Interview With Tiffany Shlain

"Tiffany slain welcome back to design matters so nice to be back. Disney I think I discovered something about you that I didn't know in the time since any of our previous design matters interviews is it true that in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four when you're in your early twenties, you were featured in Seventeen magazine in a roundup of young. Women's success story. How did you find Matt? Is that on the web not telling? I have not thought about that in really Oh. Gosh. What did I say? I lead weighed. I I talked about making movies. Yes. And living in a big law where we'd all make movies together the forecast your whole life. Oh, my goodness. Thank you for taking me right back. In. My pleasure I guess it would be safe to say you were always an overachiever. I had some pretty clear goals. Just like I. It's really interesting to think about because I do think I mean in life you have to think big in order to just hope you're going to get there and making work for the world that makes a change I. think it was always part of that. I think it's something that's been embedded in you and your family since yes the beginning of time. We're here primarily today to talk about your brand new book congratulations. There's been a lot of coverage and New York Times piece out yet today it's fantastic graduation thing. So your book is called Twenty Four, six, the power of unplugging one day a week and it examines the practice of what you and your family do one day every week you shut off all of your devices and go completely analog. But as I mentioned in my intro, some people might be surprised that you wrote this book after founding the bees and working as a filmmaker and exploring all sorts of future forward topics. In other words, you really come from a place of digital immersion I'm you even say this in your book before Living Twenty, four, six, you were on screens twenty, four seven. So really twenty, four seven. Yeah, I mean I think like most people we can remember the moment when the iphone came out and that really changed things where suddenly your computer could go with you wherever you wanted and it did and it went in the bedroom and the bathroom in the boardroom and wherever you were walking in on nature walks in that release shifted just the world at your fingertips all the time but I didn't like the way I was feeling I was feeling very distracted and again, this was actually eleven years ago it was really very distracted like I wasn't president. And yet, of course, love technology and the potential of it all because in my work that's what my my husband cans, a professor of robotics and Ai, and we both. That's one of our favorite topics is what is the potential? What can extend and what can it not extend? What does an amplified? What is it amputate, and I was really starting to feel like it was encroaching on my humanness. and then. I had this very dramatic period of time where my father was diagnosed with brain cancer. And I found out I was pregnant in the same week and it was really like life was grabbing me by the shoulders and making me think about how it was living. And Whenever I'd go visit my data, turn off Iphone, of course, 'cause he towards the end really only had like one good hour a day. At this new life growing inside of me and then. In a period of days he did die and and our daughter Bouma was born. And I just was like, okay I I have been given this. Really a gift of a very profound colliding of events.

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Grow and Scale to Unlimited Processing with KhaazRa MaaRanu

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:00 min | 1 d ago

Grow and Scale to Unlimited Processing with KhaazRa MaaRanu

"Cadre say was up to fire nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know fire nation. Hello. How're you doing? So glad to be here John One interesting thing about me is that I'm really. Fun Guy I just love doing things by Tanis -ly travel at the drop of a dime I'll do anything and everything at least one time fire nation where Zesbaugh. Naty like you can't blame Cova forever. You still have to be spontaneous from time to time and I think that that is something that caused red definitely has in spades there'll be communicating over the past few weeks I feel like you're just always traveling cadre. Used to travel a lot more before this whole pandemic thing. So that bug is absolutely there unlike you I loved tropical vibes. Places A Beautiful Landscapes Yeah, absolutely. I love her brother and I also personally love your arch Merill Journey, but I want to share with fire nation now. So talk to us about Your Arch Moreau journey to get you to where you are today. Sure. Many years ago with been around for maybe twelve to thirteen years. Now Time Flies John and I started as a door to door sales. Read Right I was working at an Elementary School in Orlando Florida and working my tail off to get into like twenty eight, thousand dollars a year a two weeks vacation hoping seven thirty to three thirty at whatever time off of work and I wanted to do something they gave me more time. Gives me more time and I work hard is up. Can I do something that doesn't can't my income but I, really just wanted to have more time. I'm like you after I just WanNa sit at the beach I. Just WanNa look out the window I just want to play basketball or actually I wanted to do with my children by how can I do that and so I went online inbound a position In a one, hundred percent commission sales opportunity. before and to California wasn't successful at all initially. Because he was trying to do with the corporate way with you know the sales pitch in the book and. Corporate approach in just got turned down. At. Every business that I went to drop it right now. So you know what? Let me just Relate to people from Detroit Michigan School of hard knocks in the thing I I know how to do is connect with people. You know winner talk we're not to talk sometimes and I did that in super. Just to speed it up really quick I. had a triple my income that year a quadruple did the next year. But then I realized that what I was doing wasn't what I thought. I was doing meaning that I was selling the product that I didn't even understand myself rice. Even though I had dropped the sales pitch book, still have the spirit of that particular company in the industry itself, and that is the spirit of confusion. So you know I was selling merchant programs where the be rates were. There'd be tough with at least not by Terminal Benign, bucks you Lisa for three hundred bucks. This is especially for brick and mortar businesses. You can lease terminal could cost ninety nine dollars you can. Literally Lisa the terminal but three to sometimes a thousand dollars per month for forty eight months in into the least they do not own the machine and it was just you know even the in the way we would pitch them. It was just a real messy thing once I realized what I was doing because I had never read the contract I had never really met the contract myself. I was just starting the program. And once I realized I had to move decision it was totally against particular companies I guess goes to really client on what's really happening behind the scenes by the time decline realize what going on it was too late they were locked into. A four, five year contract with all kinds of these anti get out of it was it will require legal entanglement right with them as you have to hire attorneys go through this other stuff in its contract. So it's Kinda hard to get out of it. So. I had to make a decision to leave that company, lead all the money that had all the recurring incumbent had to. It's up deleted lead cable right and so I did that I went to work with another company and in six months I had. Replaced the incumbent Henry the other company, man those bags were not. They were robbing me and I was by taking advantage of announced robbing Murchison's basically right or Robin clients. So. Same thing had been there all of a sudden. They create money out of thin air when I say thin air veneer. So as an example, there's something called Pi compliance that every business needs to happen in particular Brigham mortar businesses by you don't necessarily. Do but something healthy you it helps protect

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How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

The EntreLeadership Podcast

04:27 min | 1 d ago

How to Build a Brand with Tim Newton

"Hey if you run a business, you know that your brand matters but what is a brand? We throw that phrase around a lot and the whole idea of branding originated with cattle ranchers. Hot Iron into the side of their cow say visually, this is the sign that says, this is my cow and ever since then branding has often been associated with the logo, the imagery, the visual experience, the guys that's only a small part of the deal. From the Ramsey network this is the entreleadership podcast where we help business leaders grow themselves their teams and the Prophets I'm your host Daniels already and my guest today is ten Newton. Tim Lead all things branding here at Ramsey solutions as our senior creative officer and when you hear him talk about branding, you're gonNA to understand it so much less about the visual experience and so much more about your values, your convictions and the story of Your Company. Now Ramsey solutions we have always had a great strategy for branding. In fact, in the early days, it was all over the place. It was. Whatever came up in anybody's mind when out. So there was no connection. There wasn't really thought about brand, but there wasn't intuitive an intuitive nece about the brand Dave intuitively understands grabbing people's emotions and so like he knew to say statements that represented what mattered to the brand and what mattered to him like that's a part of branding something new and we would take those statements live like no one else he can live like no one else. We would take statements and put them all replace. So there was consistency, but it was it was intuitive. There wasn't tenacity to it and so thankfully it. It was coming together back then but just out of intuitive nece. Yeah, if. There was there was energy. Yeah. Yeah. But I think what? What helped it was natural passion. Like that, that's what it was. We gravitate towards passion when a brand looks like there's passion when people look like there's passion we gravitate towards that. So thankfully, even then since the beginning this whole thing, there was passion and that's one of the strongest things a brain can have. Okay. So that was there. I remember back in that day that you're talking about. We went to a live event and we've got all these tables in the back. That have our financial peace stuff. told him make stuff junior stuff entreleadership stuff because at Ramsey we've got I. don't know fifteen different lines of business and each one is run by a VP who's kind of like a miniature business owner and they were responsible for whatever their stuff looked like like it was on them. There wasn't like a centralized. Branding. Creative team brand standards we didn't have a CMO. Like I said, it's the wild west. And I had a buddy who was a big time AD agency Guy who really understood this branding stuff and this is the first time. Personally. That had thought about light bulb moment of like Oh. There's something going on here. He came to the live event. And I said, Hey, what do you think and he goes? Well, this is awesome. This is awesome. Dave onstage is awesome as what do you think about our you know emerge and all this kind of stuff he goes honestly. It looks like a roadside fireworks. And it's so overwhelming and confusing, and the message is don't go together. The FONZ don't go together. I guess. And I think a lot of business owners can relate to this because you know we're just trying to ship stuff. Get it sold Tim. And taking the time to actually think through how does the customer experience this? How do they feel when they see it and I also my experience? I, guess we live so close to our products. Yeah, and we forget that the design and we just know what they do where we know our products services very intimately. We know websites really well, and we forget what it's like to have fresh eyes experiencing that brand for the first time. Yeah it's totally true. It takes it takes a lot more work in effort to understand the emotional connection with the brand but also you're talking about consistency and fonts working together and the narrative working together. All that stuff is emotional. IMPOSSIBE said earlier we we had. An Entrepreneurial Mindset that's an entrepreneur to just go go go and I totally get that. That's that's where we were back. Then just go go but over the past few years we've gotten really good at taking a step back and saying how do people experience this at every touch point? What are they feeling when they go from this to this doesn't make sense does it make them feel like they're going to have freedom after using this thing like we're we're taking these steps to understand the connection, but there's there's a lot to be said for consistency.

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Victoria Montgomery Brown - co-founder of Big Think

Recession-Proof Startups (manual)

02:40 min | 2 d ago

Victoria Montgomery Brown - co-founder of Big Think

"Hey, they're Freedom Fighters. My name is Andrew and I'm the founder of mixergy where I interview entrepreneurs about how they built their businesses and joining me is someone whose company I've watched for years. It's called Big think and I remember when I realized how incredible their original videos were one of my guests. Jason freed found her base camp deduction with them and it wasn't just proud to show his video. And again, this is a site that was Victoria who are some of the big guests that you had on in the early days who were were speaking on camera unbelievable in the very early days. We had Elon Musk Richard Branson Larry Summers who was a former treasury secretary dozens of others. Really Moby's interesting laying off one of her first guess Henry Rollins. Henry Rollins, yes your name and people that I've even forgotten have been talking about musicians business people people who lead countries they were on the platform and such a strong read. Jason freed was proud to be associated with them. But he was also proud of the look of the video. One of the things that Victoria did was she created this beautiful white background beautiful white everything everything was almost disappearing except for the big thinker who was on camera isolated with nothing but their their thoughts and so Jason was so proud of how he looked to who he was with he shared it. He also was proud of the process that they took to record. It was just this incredible process and I realized something what they brought to online video wage. The time was full of Just Junk. It was people who were posting these 30 second clips of a boy whose finger was bitten by his brother was cute and viral, but it was meaningless. She was bring gravitas. She was bringing Big Ideas. She was bringing big personalities who would who would want to be in books not on on online video and she was turning it into a business and over the years. I kept an eye on the business and there are a couple of things that have been wondering about how they grew as a Content business how they raise money and so on and so when I heard that Victoria Montgomery brown, one of the co-founders of big think wrote a book I read it and I thought I was going to read all the ins and outs of the business Victoria what you did with your book digital goddess, the unfiltered lessons of a female entrepreneur was dead. You talked about everything that I can't get entrepreneurs too easily talk about on mixergy nervous breakdowns relationship problems eggs who talks about that dude who showed up in a bathrobe anyway, so I really like the book. I read cover-to-cover.

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Names erased: How Indigenous people are reclaiming what was lost

Unreserved

05:50 min | 2 d ago

Names erased: How Indigenous people are reclaiming what was lost

"You don't have to look very far to find Examples York region Ontario was named after your can the UK Regina is named after Queen Victoria Regina being the Latin for Queen and well British Columbia obviously. For Christina. Gray reclaiming those place names is vital and it's personal. The Simpson and Denny lawyer is one of two researchers behind reclaiming indigenous place names. The policy report was released in October of two thousand nineteen by the Yellow had institute at Ryerson University in Toronto. I've reached her at her home in Prince Rupert BBC. Welcome to unreserved thanks for having me. So you are a CO researcher with Daniel Ruck and you looked into naming practices and the erasure of indigenous place names. What did you find? We really wanted to do a cross section of the history of settler colonial renaming practices from indigenous place names to places that are an English or in French, or there's also note anglicised version as well and none look at what is the practice of reclaiming indigenous place names that is happening in various places are ranging from like the Northwest Territories, Quebec B. C. Saskatchewan Manitoba to give. People a different idea of what's going on across these places and territories, and so how do original place names get changed? You know from from the original indigenous words into you know the things that they become how does that happen? Basically what's happening as a result of mostly white people or settlers who were? Changing the names to suit their whims, our desires or values when places were being changed from indigenous place names, saedtler place names like we have to remember the population of Canada at that time was a lot lower than it is now yes. There were indigenous peoples on these lands and territories, but there is also a different perspective by settlers at that time as well, and so they I think they wanted the the places to reflect. What was going on in their life for different ideas that were important to them. I can think that Greek in Vancouver I was looking into the two sisters, which is now called the lions and a lot of people go heikal lions in in Vancouver, and they kind of overlook how sound and you can see them pretty much any point in Vancouver. But before they were called the lions, they recalled the two sisters and it relates to an oral history. Of The squamish nation and it's an oral history that also relates to northerners like myself because the oral history it's it's about making peace offerings between the northern and the southern people's. used to war with each other and so that has much significance to me as a simpson person who used to live in Vancouver the two sisters in Vancouver is definitely one that I've heard about Are there any other striking examples of renamed places that you found y'all like almost makes me want to cry actually there's a place that was called Lake Squat Kit. It's like near Kenmore, but the word squad specifically, Drago Tori term to refer to indigenous women and. Terrible. Stereotypes associated with it as well, and those are based off of how some settlers song about indigenous. and so you can just think about like it's a Grayson, deeply misogynistic but. People like had such a personal connection to the place name of squash it and like didn't want it to be renamed and. But like that I think has such a affect the way that you call places. And think about there are so many missing murdered indigenous woman in Canada and how you referred to that something that. So awfully in calling squad like those have affects real-life affects on people it's not just about placing. And is renaming more. Can it be more than just a symbolic gesture you know on how is renaming more than just a symbolic gesture i? Guess I think we always hope that naming practices or the revitalization of indigenous place names will go beyond just symbolic gestures who also have substantial effects as well and sue. Enrich policy really wanted to also look at like what are some of the mechanisms. In which indigenous people are. Using policy and Law to revitalize indigenous place names and so we looked up land use planning conservation co-management. Events and also modern day treaties and self government agreements in which indigenous peoples are using these different mechanisms available to on to re attribute and revitalize indigenous placing you know this work is being done by indigenous people. So think it's really important to attribute that recognition to them.

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Conversation With Alexandra Daddario

On with Mario Interviews

06:46 min | 5 d ago

Conversation With Alexandra Daddario

"Wwl Mario Lopez joining me now on. Zoom. Alexandra daddario welcome to the show. I. Thank you. Thanks for taking the time. Best last name ever real last name, right I can't imagine. Say the Dario what did they call you growing up over the nicknames? The Dario guys call me that. Data Rio data. I love data real permission please. So, today is national. Make A dog's Day. We discussed the other day dogs about ten holidays throughout the year, which is awesome and you know what they deserve to have their day made I. Know you've teamed up with some awesome people to celebrate. So what are you doing? So Subaru is they worked with dogs for over twenty years. They there he were the sec a came up with this great idea. Last year to do super loves pets month in October which encourages people to go out and. Adopt a dog and adopted underdog, which is a special needs dog or dog older that kind of thing. And they have a special day within October October. Twenty seconds today where you can Hashtag make a dog's day and show yourself doing something good for a dog either. Or volunteering or adopting a dog or encouraging others to. And Anchorage everyone to do that? And you know Subaru has really sort of wants to push this this out to make sure that people know that adopting a great thing to do and they're also donating one hundred dollars for being adopted dog. To shelters and that kind of thing and I just encourage everyone to do it because I love my shelter dog leave and you know he's so near and dear to my heart I can't imagine you know I get so sad thinking about him in the shelter and I know everyone who adopts the dog feels the same way we are big dog lovers over here I've got two dogs. Myself One who's got a little physical special need come to find out. But so we love him even more. It's funny because I feel like dogs really know they're getting adopted and you can you they show appreciate it. Could totally tell you can totally tell and they're so grateful. So it is a great feeling. On way run. Shelter dogs are. They definitely, and they're just. I can't tell you how much my dad's brought Malay. So I urge everyone to good for you on a dog go for it. Good for you. Now I see your dogs all over what's the secret to get them to pose for the camera. Tree. We have the same award system. Take care of me that's how we get married but actually. Street right next Hamra. And then you know you get consid-. WON'T LISTEN TO BE ON THE RETREAT MY hands same. I'm on. That program. You got a new movie out on demand a loss girls and love hotels. Cool. Title it. It looks like a thriller. What's it about? Yeah. It's about a girl who goes to Japan and she alost girl she's a little lost in your life and she gets into all kinds of trouble and falls in love and drinks too much. Not kind of thing. It's a really beautiful movie. We shot it in Tokyo and Gorgeous. So Warm. Very cool for sure. 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COVID-19 Lockdown

Sample podcast and live TV

01:26 min | 6 d ago

COVID-19 Lockdown

"I completely have agreed with the good doctor who was who was saying before me I agreed with the first log down by was that because was absolutely important for us to know where we stand, who showed up our health infrastructure which was vitally important even here in today's debate. I said, I I was commenting only about lock Downs in the past few months not from the beginning. So in the beginning the lockdown was important and obviously if the country is in lockdown, it doesn't take an Einstein to figure out that the are not in fact ivity ratio is going to come down. So less people would be infected off. The fact is we would showed up our infrastructure and we have we really have we have thousands of hospitals now Health infrastructure is showed up the point with not continuing with the lockdown was because we did not implement. Antibody test and when the government was saying on May 16th that they'll be zero cases of Kuwait. They already were seven million cases right now. A third of India is already covid-19. Take off from stances does having a lockdown have any impact but no sound will come out of that. We move forward with play plan. We've got the log down moved forward. We are not going the UK way, at least hopefully you can which is preparing for a second lockdown and and sending people home at this point in time just ahead of the festival season of Christmas

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"one w" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

04:11 min | 3 months ago

"one w" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Today's tip is for those moments when you're work, it's hard and you're tempted to turn your attention elsewhere. You can do that after you persist a little longer on the task at hand. Identify a natural stopping point. You'll reach before you take a break and then persist until you get there. Telling yourself but I. This will keep you going just a little bit more. Anyone who set exercise goals is familiar with the idea of pushing in the face of a little discomfort. If, you're running a half marathon and you're tired at mile eleven well. You don't sit down on the curb or head over to a nearby restaurant. Somehow you pace yourself to get through to the end. Most people who lift weights won't stop at Rep Eleven. They'll somehow push twelve. And in many cases, we don't feel the same urge toward a natural stopping point with other kinds of work. That bookcases ninety percent assembled, but we hit a tricky part and well. Is it time to go grab a cup of coffee? I could ever podcast script for this show or the new corner office almost written and get stuck on the closing and go check my email. I bet you can recall when you've also stopped in the middle of task. For those of us who work at computers, what usually happens is that we're deep in a project and then hit a roadblock. Something is challenging or he briefly get knocked out of a state of flow. We could keep going pushing through the challenge until we hit a natural stopping point. But it's so tempting to just check email instead. Ease off the pressure. Just see what's there. Except here's the problem. That roadblock! It's still there. And when you go back to it, because of course, eventually you do have to go back to it. You're starting from zero. Whereas before you had a running start. It's not going to be easier to deal with now. It will probably be harder. You'll have to get back into the project. Figure out where you were regain momentum and then tackle the issue. It's often better to persist just a little longer and then take a brain break. Instead of switching gears as soon as work. It's hard. Try telling yourself but I this. You don't have to resist checking emailer. Headlines are getting a glass of water or whatever you do when your mind needs arrest. Just. Delay Your mental break until you finish writing the next paragraph. Responding to the final question in your clients, e mail, or whatever the challenging task! Complete the next step. That way you'll maintain momentum and get more done. This is a much better option than giving up. Even unintentionally every time something gets hard. You may find that by the time you finish writing the next paragraph for creating the next slide. You're able to keep going even beyond the spot where you gave yourself permission the stop. But even if not, when you take your break, you'll have already spot to come back to. Getting back in the groove won't be quite so hard. So today if you find tempted to check email when the going gets rough, persist just a little longer, i. Get to a natural stopping point. But I this. You may be surprised at just how far you go. In the meantime. This is Laura. Thanks for listening and here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter, facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number four then breakfast P. O. D.. You can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcasts at iheartmedia dot com that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much I. Look Forward to staying.

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"one w" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"one w" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"one w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"If you're in our cert segment after our news interview is just going to be a little bit more free form kind of a. Anything goes so much structure and rigidity in in Syria podcasting, and Dan, and I have the courage to say, you know what? In the end, we're just gonna talk about whatever we kinda feel like Syria wise and Dan, you've hinted at something here in the show notes that I would love to hear more about the existence of cherry vanilla. Cheerios. What will say the former existence, the former existence. Okay. Please tell me tell me more. I have to know. Well, it all started when I was doing some sort of university project a little while back where I was trying to do a time line of all the different Cheerios releases. I tend to tie a lot of my projects into cereal and it probably you know, relates a lot to my unpopularity in school, but. I was looking through this book that I have the serial guidebook if you will, that pretty much details the history of every cereal variety. And when they came out very handy for a purpose like this one to what is it call. The name escapes me right now. That's the one. Yes. Very nice. It's a beautiful book. I highly recommend it. It's right above my toilet. It's a fantastic book. But yet if you look at sort of the cheerio section, they talk about how there was a time when there is different, fruity flavored cheerio combos being released at the same time. And let's check the book for the other ones. But on that list is cherry vanilla. Cheerios one that I never recalled seeing stores, nor does Google recall, ever seeing a box of it anywhere for that matter. I started to wonder whether this was just an error in the writing, or perhaps someone was missed, remembering something, like how I dismiss remembered that that's a real word Mr. membrane. So I obviously dug deeper did more research because how can I claim to be a serial expert? If I don't know what years cherry vanilla Cheerios came out. So I looked around the web using my typical methods that I used to find new serials like a dig deep through whatever a dark corner of the web store, cereal secrets. And all I could find was a YouTube video where someone made a fake commercial for cherry vanilla Cheerios around the time of their release, and it was like a weird, super low budget affair. That was kinda creepy honestly. And I didn't know if this person was just like. I don't know trying to present some alternate history that would then be adopted by history books, but I didn't wanna stop there because in the video was also this distorted very low quality image of the box. And that's holding me enough that I don't think someone who's production value was this low could actually make a convincing box like that. So I I went straight to the source after having consulted with my cereal. Peers also didn't know anything. And I reached out to the general mills archive and asked them directly and low, and behold it did exist, but it was only released in select markets, and I managed to get a hi rez box again, out of the deal though to know nine, my contribution to serial history of anything will be realizing. And recognizing the proud legacy of the cereal that everybody else forgot about. Apparently willing to let go is this is the commercials still on the YouTube. Can you still is it is a dance decking right now. I'm checking right now. Found it, what's it called? Let me to send it over to you quick. Okay..

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"one w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"Do you wanna move onto the the review for this week, Dan? Oh, sure. What would they seriously podcast be without a signature review. Yeah, can give my fingers arrest this time. Actually just let my brain speak freely. We we're gonna talk about. Let me never get this name Craig. I think it's cold. Stone creamery are strawberry blonde, right? It's close. It's not quite the full name. It's multo meal and cold. Stone. Cream are strawberry blonde. I don't really know if any children will be able to say that when they ask their parents for it, but it's long winded enough to make me hungry after I say multiple has had quite the journey in the if you've been paying attention in the last ten years. Multi-million to be kinda like just generic the one, this generic in the bag, and you have to walk funny to see at the bottom of the store shelves in that old cart. That'll commercial, but still like the taste of plastic. Bag. Yeah. And then they started just dropping their own originals. Most notably for me was blueberry Muffin tops, which was off the chain. I don't even think they make them anymore. No, it was delicious, but it was a blueberry Simitis crunch, like cereal that was just among the most impressive cereals I've ever eaten. It was a multi mil- originally, you can only get that in the bag and they've been they've bringing it lately with some really great like a ridge inal non generic cereals as probably because they were bought out by post, not too long ago, which may sound like it doesn't necessarily lead to better cereals because I won't live and knocking on post for a while. There was a time when they would change the recipe in there, honeycomb in there alphabets to save money and got hundreds of people mad blaming me for it actually. So why did they blame you? Because apparently because I run a serial blog, that somehow means I make all the cereals that I'm some sort of cereal guy. God who is I'm Nipah te Sherwood it's mostly fifty sixty plus year old people who think I'm destroying their childhoods, but that's usually what most fifty six year olds thing all the time. But whether or not it's because post heard me throwing shaded them. But ever since the whole Honey comes escalating step in there and multo meals games up. Multiple meal double chocolate brownie crunch multo meal French toasters to my favorite cereals from the past two years hands down both got ten on attends tents and now left field comes this ice cream collaboration with cold stone creamery, and I don't know where all the ice cream flavored cereals are coming from, but this is, I believe, the third series of ice cream cereals we've gotten within the past year. It's big gets a trend. Yeah. General mills led the trend with cocoa puffs ice cream scoops, and they recently pulled out dip dot serial, which both were admirable gestures, but I didn't really feel for either of them. But now these multi and cold stone creamery cereals come out, and there was two of them. The other birthday cake remix which had these birthday cake flavored puffs with chocolate marshmallows that I reviewed a little while back. It was pretty good, but are very blonde is where it's really at. Let me tell you. I've never had the real as cream, but I feel like the cereal is a pretty loving and accurate Omar to it because it's got layers, many, many layers, and they only worked together as one of those areas that I like to call more than the yum of its parts. If you will. Because there's so many different pieces here. We've got these little Graham squares, which are, I believe, supposed to represent the Graham cracker crust. That's in the real cereal. But here they're just kind of like on their own at least just cheap or golden grams like, you know, fool's gold grams. If you will. And then you've got strawberry puffs of which there's just so many of them and they're all very potentally. Candied strawberry flavored. And then there's finally the marshmallows right. And they're just, you know, supposed to be ice cream, but they don't really do all that much. Had general sweetness, so on their own. These parts are not that great, but together there's just weird unifying like caramelized flavor to it that weaves all those ribbons of goodness together into something that's kind of actually like realized cream. His strange thing that they've managed to achieve like I tried. I tried some of this..

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"one w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"I'm sure that multibillion dollar company really has on their face. Now you have any other any other news didn't really stop. They're telling the tiger that is. Yeah. His, like I said, it's only August, but pumpkin spice for us and flakes early allegedly hitting show across the country. It's so much. I've hoped for like three years now that pumpkin spice would just quietly die and give rise to a more exciting autumn flavor. Like caramel apple, serial salted caramel is the logical, none of Celtic cereals out there. Yeah, kind of it's kind of a shame not enough, pecan pie, cereals enough. I was gonna say circuits, peanut flavored cereal, but I guess on the only one who likes that Hallowe'en candy. You know, that's the start of a mar bids were started from I've. I've heard this this maybe Proctor full, but the head of general mills at the time found some old circus peanuts in his desk drawer and cut them up and put them in cereal. That was the invention of marvins. I've heard this. I don't actually know if that's Tech's. Campfire ghost story doesn't. Oh, you hated. You hate circus peanuts. We eat them every morning. But anyway, pumpkin spice, frosted flakes it's just a lot. I don't know how many people still get too excited about pumpkin spice. I'm obviously still going to buy several boxes just for the sake of research, mostly because frosted flakes has been doing really good with their cinnamon variety. It's really spot on how they work the spice into the glaze rather than just powdery it on. So if there's anyone who can do pumpkin spice, right, it's probably going to be Tony. The tiger..

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"one w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"But now in recent years he's Dopp did sort of an orange flavor. So. Personification of yummy mummy as though he is a mummy who is making decisions about what flavor mar bits. He's going to be putting into his cereal each year. Well, I mean, you can't just be vanilla all your life. You've got to eventually and I, how many orange cereals have you actually seen out there? Agree that it was probably a good decision. And he's probably thousands of years to think about it. So it's true. It's a greeting, you know, I- grass from the actual news story at hand that we saw this card game, we saw these new designs and he was like, all right, that's gotta be it. That's probably how they're gonna look on boxes to because it looks pretty damn cool. They looked kind of like if you look at the monsters muster, crunches woods call. If you look up the board game, they kinda look like new rent vintage newspaper cartoons almost like paper cutouts that were layered in the very ornate fashion. But and then target, especially with the store that was pushing even more monster merchandise from there. It started with a board game evolved into, we saw pint glasses, I believe, as well as puzzles l. featuring all five monsters. Some the hype was there and twenty. Eight teen is also the five year anniversary of twenty thirteen, which was the first time that. We're brought back from the twentieth century into the twenty first, the stars were lining and we all expected big things. But then the announcement came on August first that the board game was pretty much the only new thing about the monster cereals this year. The bucks art and concept is the same as last year where it's basically just a Syria with monster marshmallows that are shaped like a more ghosts and Frankenstein's head after concussive damage and stuff like that. But they are coming back like that. At least we've got that we have the, the original three will be will be with us an yummy, mummy in fruit. Brute will be here in spirit. I guess technically the real fun comes from how Kellogg's kind of l. to general mills on this one with with their own Halloween series that debuted under a week after, oh, tell me about it. So in previous years, alongside the more exciting, typically, monster cereals, Kellogg's has been releasing apple jacks. Fruit loops. And chocolate. Frosted flakes all with skeleton shapes marshmallows. I just feel like you can't just add marshmallows into a serial I. This is my opinion off. You put marshmallows and everything. I think the markets with flakes is like a weird combination for me yet. It's kind of like nuts and gum together. Nobody's really asked for it nuts in Qom. Yes, but I was still kind of one over by these skeleton marshmallows because they're like neon, orange and white. And there's like different ribcage pieces and humorous is that you can just stick together to make your own skeleton marshmallow are and make just triple headed tyrannosaurus bone demons for breakfast, and that piqued my curiosity from the very start. But they brought them back this year and really step their game and kinda just impressed the hell out of me. So if you look at the bucks are you can look on my website or just look up these serious individually on Google, I guess. Tony, the tiger is decked out in this full bell. Lugosi Dracula outfit to cancer is wearing aware, wolf costume. The apple jacks cinnamon stick and apple are dressed as mummies. And those skeleton shape marshmallows are now shaped like a bet. The Frankenstein and ghost kind of sounds a little familiar to me if you think about it altogether. Right? Yeah, I believe Dan, it's called Frankenstein's marshmallow. The I say, I'm looking these pictures on Syria, list's lead dot net. Currently Tony's of this is reading a little bit like old timey movie usher to me terribly streaky. Well, they probably went to just party city or something. Yeah, costs and they can find. It's just for a few months. You don't wanna blow the whole budget on the well. If if you see it as a reaction to general mills dead and how they kinda disappointed us, they probably didn't have much time to invest in a wardrobe, but they really got their point across because when general mills didn't really do anything, this is a major upgrade of the kind of like throw shade at them by taking their famous monsters and showing what a real evolution looks like. Yeah, they really. They really showed them..

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"one w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"Hello, everybody and welcome to the empty bowl. Breakfast, Alexis, a meditative show about serial. I'm your coast Justin Maccarone, and I'm joined as always by the creator and editor in chief of cereal Asli. Dan Guber. Hello? Hello. Damn is a serial expert. Do you think that's fair in? Well, I guess by most conventional metrics, you would say that if we're doing, we're looking at the blogosphere in the the digital pantheon of cereal expert. I'm definitely high up there if you type in cereal blogs, that's probably my number one claim to fame is being number one. So I guess it's good of credentials as any that passes in my book. We wanted to make a podcast. This podcast is exclusively about serial, not the murder mystery, which is why we couldn't put cereal in the title because it's just too much. We would even be the first ones that think thinking that anyway, we'd be ninth ones. I looked up serial podcasts. Actually, we're starting talking about this. There was like a few parodies cereal and they like they bailed after like three or four episodes like you cowards. Leave it. Keep up your ear, lame, half joke that. In vogue. So this is also kind of we wanted to also make this kind of a we say, meditative, sounds highfaluting. I guess I should say what what? What the intent of that is basically just to have a place where you can relax when you listen to this show is going to be soothing. Some relaxing music gets a relaxing conversation about serial, and that's it. So it's a place where you can sit down, you can relax, close your eyes if you like, that may be a bit much, but why not go for it? And we're just gonna talk about cereal and you. You're only job for the next. However, many minutes is just to breathe and think about serial that debt. So Dan, what is new in the world of cereal? Well, it mainly August thing about August. Yep. I see. We can to August, you know, but we're already getting into the fall cereals. They always start early. The first of August has historically been, you know, the announcement date unofficially of the general mills, monster cereals for probably everyone who was once a child. I know I was you probably remember count chocula, Franken, berry and boo berry, and they come back every year. Everybody always wants them around all the time, but it's pretty easy to see why scarcity makes them more appealing, especially when you consider the the, the Matic evolution that tends to happen every year with them. Now there was was there some buzz that maybe we were going to get the yummy, mummy and fruit brute that they might be? Yes, but I know he said, this is going to be a soothing podcast, but this is kind of a dour note to start on that. It was like a month ago now that we found online through like some board game fandom website that general mills was releasing a monster, serial card game with some. Convoluted game about building your breakfast and earning milk tokens and all this random jargon. But it wasn't really about the game. They got people excited. It was that on the box, there were new drawings of all five monsters including Britain, yummy, mummy, who if you don't remember, we're respectively introduced for just a few years during the seventies and eighties and fruit. Brute is aware wolf. If you couldn't tell from his name and he had sort of, well, they both had the same serial structure as count, chocula, et cetera, and company. But instead of having chocolate strawberry or blueberry flavored pieces bird head cherry and orange or yummy. Mummy used to have been Ila..

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"one w" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"one w" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"one w" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Committee for state security as the the acronym spelled out what it meant was a organ of the communist party in his primary role was spying on fellow soviet citizens so that the communist party would never have a external threat to its authority and that means including spying on the party itself members of the party the kgb's spied on the army the kgb spied on doctors on research scientists on bus drivers kgb spied on everybody and anybody on dissidents people who own tight we had typewriters were registered neal's soviet union you you can have a you couldn't have a printing press or or anything like that that's what the kgb's primary job was it did have an overseas intelligence component a smaller arm called the vr and they're still they're very active to this day when when russia when the soviet union collapsed and became russia again this this inherent aspect of russian governmental personality that goes back to the sars times it never went away the kgb was not a creation of communists it more as a creation of the russian character the kgb changed his name to the federal security bureau the fsb that's all it did they changed their letterhead that's what they did and they are still the primary national police force in russia an internal law enforcement in spy agency that's the fsb what never changed was the main intelligence directorate of the russian ministry defense and general staff the gru the you from the thirties on were the primary intelligence service for the russian military and most overseas activities were done by the g r you right here in america in most russian consulates and by the way their largest concert not an embassy their largest consulate was in san francisco that's been closed who ran out of san francisco well gee are you agents ran all around california they the there was a reason that was the largest consulates because it had access to silicon valley so if it was being beamed through the air the russians were hoovering up also what else is in california well some of the highest of the highest tack in all of america the r you we're driving all around california going to lockheed northrop and and all that the gr you have as their mission active measures as a russian sale explained that we come back more on this so that you armed to talk about it with your friends and you will win the debate what is the gru is what a lot of people most media are asking today i'll tell you continue talking about this when we come back it is brian to filling joepags you've got the weekend this is the weekend with joepags wake up with joe gallagher tomorrow morning six to ten on eight ten and one of the one w g y what happened you used to go hours without visiting the bathroom now it seems like you're constantly getting up to pee and you're even getting up at night to go this.

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"one w" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Ooh ninety seven point one w a s h fm washington i heart radio station yes maybe with the stranger you love yes yes ninety seven point one wash at them.

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"one w" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Superstation one zero one point one w y we don't have to cuss to be cool superstation one o w i e must man oh many sees why many times cannonballs his boy many years must exist washed to the sea many a many times and.

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"one w" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on Super Station 101

"One o one w y e god and country station and we beat superstation one on one w i d e justin brown was just in here talking to me some waving his wallet around that was all about money because he said in that movie the wd jc our sister station ran across the hall here gets a shout out in the movie really there's at one point in the movie where some guy picks up the phone and says get a copy of that cd to dj see something so that that's kind of cool it would have been even better if that actually said justin brown's name that's what i told copy of that to justin brown get that to justin brown fat stick with all of his other stuff it gets from christian artists massive it's just full fullest style here's the thing he doesn't have room in his office anymore so he's starting to put his pictures and stuff out in the hallway of where his office is located.

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"one w" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on Night Call

"Shut up and tan switches just like it's just that sort of like white bear which i i've come around a little bit on white bear but i still don't really like that much as it is you if scared me the first time area but i feel like dance unlike i'm an idiot because i got tricked but i just autographs trick because it never lazy trash yaoming here yeah i didn't see i you know there's there's enter yeah you don't see it coming because they never really gave a hint about it noted because his sister walks in on a masturbating and he's really embarrassed of you think it's just because he's masturbating than you realize leaders 'cause he was mass dreamed child porn well it's fuck even it's mental in it it's may no i'm totally any man bells hill men toying with the wto there there's very very bleak episode this season i don't know if you guys have seen crocodile i really liked that one at all i couldn't handle crocodile it was like iskoe oil is the winding yourself over the head there should arf whist at that and that's like a little too stupid it's just so does so deprioritize who like sometimes those twists because like sometimes the really bleak twists search just really funny you know but wet wish what was the owner don't tell me notice leagues line kenneth wanted now but i doubt my ice i did watch crocodile i just can't really remember it because i didn't really think it was that interesting but that's the one with the insurance woman who had and they think is yet i'll the spoiler alert no eight but seriously spoiler syria is she murderers the baby because she thinks that saw her murderer someone else but the raid the baby was blind yes stupid ethics i saw snow is on a diet again a big again he thinks saw her yeah brings us back to rodents by the way yeah i gather that episode i didn't like allied that also side note that song anyone who knows what love is erma thomas has been everywhere.

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"one w" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on Night Call

"Molly do you have one i like that one where the guy breaks as glasses and many can't read any of the books a the time in the world classic nineteen here i forget that guy's name i used to remember that up as i i like had memorize your favorite of it was all the time in the world okay i saw going propose basically there were a bunch of articles on this there's one from wired by miranda cats that kind of posits that were you know reaching like the singularity so it says and that since the purchase from net flakes lack mira has begun to chip away at its episodic edges and basically you know there is some kind of like unifying unit it's not just a you know an anthology really i kind of all belongs to its own universe and they're all these easter eggs in south that are sprinkled route and i think particularly in the fourth season especially morse obviously in the finale um which is the black museum they kind of go through an and lincoln bunch of things but there was this super interesting um article on screencrush by e oliver whitney and the proposals the chronological list of abbas says that begins with national anthem which is obviously the the pig fucking if you will and by all one guy that we dropped those kind of things in our first episodes burma's but yeah it's it's really interesting because a lot of the chronology like a lot of this hypothesis rests on a news ticker that shows up in episodes like across all the season's where you know there will be like a news broadcast in the background of whatever's going on and if you read the news ticker it'll reference incidents that have happened in other episodes he can kind of loosely placed them on a time lices in this isn't black museum sharpens no so this is actually there's thorough the news tickers are like in ulster in all different atms her ally museum basically spoilers go away spoilers if you have okay well all just say that the black museum is essentially a tour of the future created by black mirror um but but it is not the last episode of you know what i need it's it's not the final episode in the time line.

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"one w" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"one w" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Switch gears for a second here that everybody can do it or is this very frequently couples or um or there are friends sometimes they married tumbled significant others sometime samesex couples friends of all mixtures and some do it can't do it so i do want everyone to know that the wonderful barge tours and the cruises the river cruises have changed a lot of for us because we are the ones who are taking those crews in two ways number one w it's very expensive to have a single supplement many of them a dropping this single supplements to some cruises so if your by yourself you could still go number two uh more than ever they are giving you a day onshore walking or bicycling or touring so that almost all cruises now these river cruises you have a choice you can go on a bus you go on a van you can go with the guide or you can go on a bicycle or on foot uh and then at the end of the day you get together maybe your spouse needed to take a tour on the van maybe you were able to walk but you were seeing the same things so that you can share it and talk with each other even that you've got around it very very different ways uh it's because they do uh land let's say every single day and you get off the boat as opposed to some ocean cruises what you see your sightseeing is a very very important part of your vacation and so when you see these uh things on tv and they're they're marketing it remember these people have gotten to these beautiful sites in a variety of ways and they are deliberately creating walking days cycling days and um and touring days that people of our age are very different in their abilities and everybody can see the same thing.

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"one w" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"one w" Discussed on WTMA

"Often not covered because people are afraid to offend this very powerful voting block in this very powerful community especially new york i have and it gets me sick any wanna uses religion to peddle a let us say larceny really are the worst of the worst to put on the holy garments and run sex orgies or to put on the holy garments and one w unrun welfare scams is something that we should be offended by because of all people they should not be doing this so let me ask you do you know of any religion inc scams personally or generally in your neighborhood you know of any people who practise a certain religion i don't want any names at all what scams so they polling is at some kind of welfare scam they're polling is it some kind of other scam at their polling it's not hit a batch omonia to bash religion i opened by talking about the media cartels of elitism but i'm also talking about the religious cartels of moral ism it's the same thing it's hypocrisy through and through and that's why i want to talk about it and the phone number here it is eight five five four hundred seven two eight two eight five five four and savage we're talking about the difference between religion and religion inc there's a huge difference you know religion and religion inc it's the same thing in the media many of us consume the media we sit and watch tv a listened to radio but it's not different than some of these churches in many ways they say one thing to another they make believe there opposed to people when they party with them yet they make believe they wanna you what they live in mansions and on private jets while pretending to be poor how different is that then holy rollers who pretend to be wholly in a nothing but rollers this is the savage nation i'll be right back joined those savage nation co well no eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred.

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