35 Burst results for "Pia P"

Fall foliage makes its way to Pennsylvania

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | Last week

Fall foliage makes its way to Pennsylvania

"Going going to to be be a a good good one one hears hears Kay Kay Wadis Wadis Marc Marc Abrahams. Abrahams. Ryan Ryan Reed Reed is is a a fall fall foliage foliage specialist specialist in in the the bureau, bureau, Forestry Forestry in in the the state state Department Department of of Conservation Conservation and and Natural Natural Resources Resources this year. We're seeing fantastic color across the state, the only places that aren't really showing fantastic color right now, are you What's to stop where typically That's much later in the month, so it just hasn't gotten area. So, Reed says. For those who live in southeastern Pia, this would be a time to head for points. North can't go wrong. The Southern Pocono region right now over into, say, Pinchot State Forest or directly North along order of New Jersey in the Delaware water Gap region, Reid says, We're in the peak part of the season for leaf viewing. Don't miss your opportunity to see a great show because this year is already way vivid very well. Wide power the colors out there. Reed leads a team of state forestry to prepare a weekly forecast on the best spots to see Pennsylvania's fall leaves. You can find a link at our website K y w news radio dot com Marc Abrahams

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Governor Greg Abbott Blasts Dallas City Council For Defunding Police

Chris Krok

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Governor Greg Abbott Blasts Dallas City Council For Defunding Police

"Abbott calls the Dallas City Council's decision to reallocate $7 million from police overtime pay. A perfect example of de funding. Police. The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas predicts continued growth in the Texas economy as the state slowly recovers from the financial impacts of the Corona virus pandemic. Dallas Fed Vice president Pia or any OUS says the pandemic brings positive and negative risks and include a possible resurgence of the virus and prolonged low old prices and upside risk is the arrival of a safe and effective covered 19 vaccine, according to the Dallas Feds. Latest Texas ECONOMIC Report. Texas Economic growth has picked up with the decline of new covert 19 cases since July.

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Firefighters Battle Dozens of Blazes in California

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:04 min | Last month

Firefighters Battle Dozens of Blazes in California

"Get those new numbers on the fire is as light comes up, and fire crews were able to sort of assess things. So the bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest, the San Gabriel Hills. It's now burned more than 109,000 acres. That's up, 3000 or so overnight 17% containment. That's AH, fire officials say they have confirmed 29 structures have burned with that number, possibly growing toe 85. They say most Of the homes lost or in the foothill areas of the Antelope Valley, including Juniper Hills, pear Blossom, Guillermo and other nearby communities. L. A County supervisor Catherine Bar, Gerges, people under evacuation orders to leave for your safety and there's please continue to heed the directions. Bar first responders. The Sheriff's department is headed to are evacuating neighborhoods to make sure that everyone can leave safely and we will also be sending evacuation alerts. PIA. Your phone and evacuation center is set up at Palmdale High School. Large animals should be taken to the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds and the Palmdale Animal Care Center is housing. Small animals.

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Sudan declares state of emergency over deadly floods

Freakonomics Radio

03:59 min | Last month

Sudan declares state of emergency over deadly floods

"Sudan has declared a three month state of emergency after unusually heavy seasonal rains that have led to flooding and loss of life and left tens of thousands of people homeless. Tenaga Chip Coto is deputy director of the UN's humanitarian agency Gauche in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. They're flooding has affected over half a million people and then houses that have been totally partially damaged or collapse was over 100,000. So you can you can tell this quite big is affecting the whole country. But it hasn't to say this is the flood period for her, too, But they say it has been way above the norm. So that's why I'm having this impact currently, and it's the flooding caused by hours of torrential rain or or the flooding of the river Nile. It's both. It's both. So if you look at the western parts of the country that's been affected is more your your flash flooding and you get rain's coming incident but also upstream and when the action for blue now is utopia so intimate, so Pia impacting us quite a lot. AM River Banks being briefed, for instance, the Luminal midst the wet now, which is in factual, that area is overflowing and affecting a large area in hunting itself. And those people who have lost their homes, both local residents, and of course, I would imagine lots of refugees and internally displaced people who've lost their shelter. What provisions is being made for them. So before the rains is mentioned, we have joined season so every year we prepared beforehand we preposition our stocks in strategic areas. So areas where you have your displaced people. As you know, Sudan is about more troubling people at this place because ofthe conflict we have drifted. Jesus. Well, bumping one million refugees in Sudan is well and also in certain areas where we know that flood in the regular basis. So the stocks have them The only challenge you having these days that the rains have been way more. Then we expected so as a result, this talk that we had preposition now running law. We all scores a second. And imagine the health system mistress as well. When you have your reins, people need your your medical medical support, but also looking at issues around your your cholera. When there's rain get cholera. You also have your malaria. Making sure people get water to drink is also a big issue in some areas that are flooded. Schools have been flooded and Children to go back to school. So there are a lot of things that are going on most people who are affected along the river. Now they're seeking shelter with strangers, relatives and then is only the ones that do not money to go to friend's urges, or we're friends relate to that as well. Those are the ones that have been sheltered, using tense or you know the concrete buildings. Is there? Um, any silver lining to this particular dark cloud all the rains welcoming away after a period all the drought. The rain's always always bring in good myself. Agriculture. And also for animals. It means that I wasn't able to have grazing land. But right now we don't know what's more. Is it away the stage where it has caused a lot of damage for the compliments because there are some crops that underwater so The impact is yet to assist. As you can imagine. The focus right now is to measure that lives are saved. But that said, I think this is all happened in a country where the economy is that performing too well. It's been in decline for quite a while. We have coffee like any other country. There's competition in the cases of over there around 13,000 cases and slept over 800. Kids were also having a not breaking polio, so a lot of things that are going on and this is adding a layer off neat. We have not seen the end of the rings, so we expect more flooding for the next two or three weeks. Soldiers stop point is really required.

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"pia p" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:15 min | 3 months ago

"pia p" Discussed on WTOP

"W. T O PIA a 28 traffic and weather on the AIDS to marry pumping in the WTO's traffic center base. John May selling a broken record here in the traffic center, but we are dealing with a cable operation that's happening on I 66 in both directions. They're holding 66 between Manassas suddenly wrote to 34 heading eastbound. After Gainesville You'll hit the brakes before you get to the principal and parkway. All traffic is stopped. Then they slowly roll you past the situation where Dominion Power's running cabling across the highway, and they have a permit to do this until sound o'clock this morning, So these are periodic stops. They appear to be happening right between our reports. So keep that in mind, and they don't hold you for too long. But plan ahead if you are passing through, and you're supposed to be somewhere at a certain time. 3 95 95 from the 14th Street Bridge through Spotsylvania County. We've got a South bound slowdown into Fredericksburg, passing 17 toward the rap panic, but no incidents have currently been reported easy pass express lanes appointed in the south bound direction. Right now. Nothing is reported around the Beltway on the Maryland side 95. They're working. If you're north bound before the Protection River, leaving Laurel and across the bridge at the protection, they block the left lane for an inspection so far, not costing you a lot of extra time. And this just in on the Beltway at Seattle Live near Branch Avenue Exit. Seven units were sent to find debris in the roadway and again, you might find it at speed inside the Beltway in northwest Connecticut Avenue, both ways between Human Street and Van Ness. Only a single lane is getting by works own happening there and window nation just installed there one million window to celebrate their offering 50% off all styles with no payments. No interest for 24 months. Is a window nation dot com Today Mary DuPont, the W T o P traffic at a storm team four meteorologist Brianna Berman solo. It's another warm weekend to start the morning hours, seventies and eighties and store and then for the afternoon, quickly turning to the nineties low to mid nineties. For our Saturday high temperatures, he index values could be higher than that mid to upper nineties because of the humidity, so make sure you stay hydrated both Saturday and Sunday..

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Israeli court orders Netanyahu to appear at trial's opening

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Israeli court orders Netanyahu to appear at trial's opening

"Some an Israeli high schools cooled in Alabama the thought are of moving prime minister ahead Benjamin with traditional Netanyahu graduation to appear ceremonies for the opening to schools of his criminal place trial chairs in Jerusalem for graduate on spread Sunday far apart across Netanyahu's a football attorneys field if you that were the awesome people watching the Jerusalem were wearing District face masks Court seniors for exemption were seen hugging from appearing and gathering for the opening for pictures of proceedings governor they Kay argued Ivey eliminated his presence state is not restrictions essential in Alabama the arraignment on the size because of the gatherings client could as lead long to the as indictment people from different of several households times before stay six and that his bodyguards feet apart presence in the room two big would high violate schools in Hoover health ministry Alabama social are giving distancing graduates requirements face masks but the court and has instructions rejected this for social saying distancing he who must infectious like disease all other specialist accused Dr Michael the pia sag and give his in Birmingham statement before the court says traditional and that there graduations were no grounds are for too granting risky him an right exception now in this virus case carriers I'm Charles without the last symptoms month could unknowingly infect others I'm at Donahue

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"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"And I just let her has in his letter have ash and I was like these are talking. My wedding's what it was like my dad's body wasn't even cold yet. Like this was like and it says in the caption what a Viking traumatic thing that we had to turn like sadness and joy with us like quake weddings is operatives. Visa'S GONNA run out so we wouldn't get fucking kicked out of the country like new although we're in the middle of a sucking pandemic how dare you I go and your bio says you're the daughter of a king. Your Daddy's girl like I am imagined the pain. Imagine Your Dad dropping dead in front of you. Were you thinking about getting the covers. Fuck you I think. The king she was referring to was no it was it was That's what I thought too. But it was about her dad. 'cause I was like and then it was like a whole it was like something else and then a separate thing and I was like. Is this Jesus or her dad. But it I think she'll get on the Internet. I refer to Jeff as my husband sometimes because I say we're domestic partners again only. Og people know this because either like Oh yeah. They're you know they're they're supposed to get married Italy this year. We've been on a wild rollercoaster. Some women's semi mischievous I think this woman had no idea who it was she was. I'm a new follower and I just think it's disgusting that you've hidden your wedding photos from us. What you ashamed or or a Youtube Uji to show anybody their wedding that you had. I was like a squeeze me no. She didn't man. You must be like just following me. Five minutes Oh. This isn't legally my husband yet. We try to get married three times and like everything shitty has happened. I was like way to me. I was flattered by it because I was like this woman is so invested in my life that she thinks I'm hiding my wedding photos. She's like I got.

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"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

02:58 min | 6 months ago

"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Badger them today. And I'm probably like what you're like. Okay I'll pike cast now's it. He's like eight hours. What if it's going to be like you know the scene from love? Actually where your friend was just videotaping you. Because we're like madly in love with you guy workers at the situation like a best case scenario. You find out that your friends madly in love with you forever. You like Oh fuck. I'm never going to get this footage but like it was interesting so when we first somebody else had you know connected us through instagram. And you know we live in this world world where you know adult women. We always become friends on the Internet. Which I'm so here for but your story was so interesting. She you're marrying this Italian guy and you've lost your dad and you're living at home with your mom and your in a very creative field and you're kind of a boss bitch like running your own clothing line and and doing the damn thing and it was just so interesting. I was like my God. We literally are having the same days because at the time I found you about a year half ago I was living at home with my mom before I moved back to New York. I'm engaged the Italian stallion by data. Just Donald like what the fuck is happening. This is so crazy that we have a ton of mutual friends from L. A. And and I just love your story but I just think it's cool to have these open honest conversation because I'll tell you my followers will reach out and say so. Many women are in our situation where they lost a parent loss. A loved one. And it's interesting dealing with it as an adult and kind of navigating these things like I run my own business. I somehow have to take care of my living parent and make sure that they're okay. I also want to feel like. Oh my God Jeff. Jeff Oh jeff comes in high real quick. What's wearing his basket. I'm surprised you didn't get a bulldog. Will we try to eat a bulldog? Okay my listeners. Know we've been trying to rescue through. We talked about by the way my cousin out of nowhere on Saturday goes so you're friends with heather. By the way all the women in past the the our friends from New Orleans. First of all a cindy her best friend me ball who lives in Alabama are so fucking obsessed with you and when I talked to my screen shot that we talked like all the most amazing women around I for like what's blood coming out of their eyeballs. That we were friends. Your friend's name is meatball ball. She lives in. I don't know she got that nickname at some point in time. I don't even know her real name is Bernard I'm fucking cheek. Jeff wanted to name our alcohol and I said Adam Sandler already has a French name. Meet Bali is a meatball and I was like. I don't want to be on balls out in the dog park. Must go Rigatoni like I was like we can still doing Italian Pasta. Bullish stick with. That's so funny and also my cousin was like your friends with other and I was a kid she goes. People are really giving her a lot of shift forgetting that puppy like. Why can't they just leave her? The fucking Oh. It's so funny well. It's only new followers. Oh Jeez or like this has been trying to adopt a God damn dog for the last six years. Yeah that's what I don't like about new followers. Don't roll up on my page and tell me how to live my life to scroll back a little bit a little bit of research about if I wanted.

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"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

05:14 min | 6 months ago

"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"You are tuning in you know. I've been very open and honest and raw and really just like real about the situation with losing my father and I know you've talked about on your podcast and I hope you don't mind just bringing us. Oh No we matt. What's going on in our lives so wildly parallel total APN away. You're married to authentic Italian. I'm hearing like Newark Italian. But he thinks he's like I am finish off the boat. You live at home at your mom's house right own jeff and I are moving into my mother's home and you got married in the backyard. I chew might be having a wedding in the backyard so just update email kind of your journey in the last. You know couple years of losing your dad moving home with your mom marrying the Italian like all of that. If you don't mind catching and I'll do it quick. 'cause it's like a really fucking insane shit. Storm was living in New York working for a very big Italian suiting. Company moved there to pay his dues to work. Really hard to eventually like his goal was to move to Umbria Which is like a very small town in the middle of Italy where with umbro shorts shorts actually opposite where Francis is from and I mean it's beautiful and he's wearing his company and we have kind of like would break up because he was so cute as Hungary with my mom the other and he's like you know Mama I was so work focused and I'm looking at a love this woman but I'm like how am I going to bring this woman into this world like because literally. Brunello will the copy of company. Where from real good? Shelly is so elegant. So conservative knocks. Oh conservative but like very like very Italian. Yeah and he's one of the most honorable legendary elegant fabulous man like on this planet. He's like a Georgia Armani like it's unbelievable and what he does or his people and the people who work there and the way he operates of course. I doubt his dream to work next to him. And I'd like just launched and we got engaged which was like a weird. I was like we gotta break up and he was like you're right. We gotta break up and then three days later rear like we have to get married like we can't happening works so we did that with no plan so we got engaged we went to Italy to like how many meet his family and he proposed to me and then he went to work and I didn't seem like two months and I was like we. What the fuck are we going to do? And I was like living in an apartment in Venice. He and my dad were obsessed with each other and he was like okay. They're gonNA give me this job offer like you're GONNA move to Italy and for a couple weeks. I was like okay okay. I'm moving Italy do laundry in hanging outside and I was like what would I do there? You'd like you'll you'll have my babies and I was like alone like and then like all those things started hitting me like I don't speak the language it's an incredibly conservative community like. I'm so loud and put my foot in my mouth all the time like I've worked since I turned twelve and could legally work job and now I'm not work all day long. And what would that mean for like my mental health and then we're trying to get a job in Italy's actually sort of impossible. Michael. It's impossible. She was like I'm a nurse and JD. Recertified like six times and is now ten years later able to a nurse so it's not easy just as hard as it for other people to come into our country and work is just as hard for us to go to other countries. They're like we. We don't have jobs no. They don't have jobs at all when you could work with the company and I was like well. How does it feel? Kinda like they're doing some sort favor. Rano Damian like I WANNA be hired because I'm good at that job and meanwhile like lv had just launched as a party brand like Diplo Lake showed up at our launch party and dominate. That point like you didn't have instagram. Like you weren't even allowed to post instrument. I'm just like doing drugs like in the La Times. You know what I mean. You're making like pleasure pants which I do here. And you're just like fucking thriving I'm GonNa Crop Top some fo pants like in Venice Beverly Change. It's been three years now I live in Pasadena and still limit is your truth. It's your journey. Oh yes we all make friends with the girls. And then you're like you know. Chilling the canals. I gotTa go God. Damnit who job here. I don't understand is I never did. I don't get the canals. There's a lot of mosquitoes I don't get it but I would be in Pasadena right there with you and now you're staying home. Stay in safe but also not necessarily staying sober then. You Need D. H. M. Detox. Guess what there are no days wasted after drinking with my favorite little tool d. h. m. detox. I mean. Listen. We all got to take care of ourselves. We all get to stay home. 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"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

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"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

06:47 min | 6 months ago

"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Conversations to come. New Episodes of with wet are available every Tuesday on all platforms. It's interesting I don't know you are but I turned thirty three this year and I've realized there's like the mind body connection of me. Listen to my body like I know of. I don't get enough sleep or like when I'm on the road if I don't take XYZ. Before I go to bed or I don't take like fucking I'll shut down all shut down. I will shut the fuck your age and it. Just we've gotten to that point. Yeah I mean I can't and now it's interesting you said you know you're trying to get pregnant. I went to the doctor recently because I've had these horrific experiences and I had those eighth grade. Oh fucking eighth grade hospital. One sent me to the hospital. I had an ovary flip over and then I had a tour in that. I had a rupture I ended up in the fucking hospital. Wait a minute in eighth grade. I would've just thought I was dying grade one ruptured and it all that stuff just stayed inside me and made me feel like shit for like septic. I was like almost but I was like nauseous. I how all these gastro had like. I was always like a gastroenterologist because I was like I don't know what the fuck is wrong with me but they ended up putting birth control. Which was the only thing that stops the suggests but I went to Catholic school so when the girls out I was on birth control. It spread like wildfire that I was like Slab and then also like Kinda had street cred. Now you're from Pasadena so I feel like Pasadena Street cred is like a whole nother world. You know what I mean I I was by I wild for Pasadena like when I moved. I'm wild when I moved to New York. I moved in two thousand five to go to Parse ends and like didn't move into a dorm had gotten apartment on lower east side that shared with a goal from Manfred Amy. They grew up on the west side. Santa Monica they were like very advanced because they raised like way. This is like super suburban. But I had this moment that was really important for me which was like okay. I can do. I can be like Miss Pasadena and do that really well but I always. I always had like cool friends at other places and I like volunteer like homeboy industries. From the time. It wasn't like I always felt like I could get along with anybody. When I moved to New York I ended up moving to the lower east side. I mean two thousand five. It was just starting to get gentrified and I was never scared. I walked with my Chin. Anybody talks shift me. I said something back. I just didn't have this. Like fear instilled in me and I made a lot of different friends and you know I started living my life getting tattoos hanging out with you. Know like New Yorkers really cool for me especially I was talking about it yesterday because one of our friends in that group actually just passed away. We were talking about how that group in New York had like kids. Who ARE REALLY POOR? Kids who are really rich kids who whose families were like so insane kids who liked really have a family but it was like all like equal playing field of like beautiful experience they were graffiti and they did art. And you just feel like I'm so lucky that instead of hanging out with the people from L. that moved to New York. I didn't hang out with any of them. I Really Matt. All these new friends. So when I come back from New York and would you know I would give myself little stick and poke tattoos which are like still love tattoos. I'm getting removed or just because they're like bad but I'll get more but like oh my God love on a calf someone like my friends like my best friend's parents from New Orleans and they were like what did you do to your body like even today with my mom to the doctor and Pasadena and literally did not introduce himself. First of all he treated. My Dad died and like cried about my dad. But like didn't introduce himself to me just talking to my mom whatever and look oh you have tattoos and I was like fuck you like. That's what you got out of this. It's very conservative. And so I was always loud like I was a species director like you were in school. You know I just had like a lot of personality like very big for this town but now you're crushing it. I mean I it's funny now. Everyone's like Oh my God. I saw on instagram. Like you. So fucking county to me in high school. Yeah isn't it funny? Isn't it funny? How the cuts come around the console. He's come around. You know what we need to put up a Mug and I want I want I want it. Says the cuts always come? They do trust me. I eight people coming out of the woodwork. I've sorority sisters who year southern Shit is a whole other level. I have a sister who literally would not give me the time of day. 'cause she was from Jackson Mississippi which I didn't even when I went to Ole Miss. I didn't even know. The Jackson was a capital Mississippi. I thought it was. I was Jacksonville. Florida I didn't realize the Jackson was in Mississippi but no her dad was like the only doctor in town. So it's like a big deal but it's funny now like when you do have some sort of I guess maybe public persona how people come out. And you're like you literally a nightmare to me in college. And now you're cool but whatever you're like F I get. I'm living my best life. I have no elementary schoolteacher. Reach out to me. Who was so. I didn't find out until later in high school that I had dyslexia and add which we all have a form of it so it's not like they don't need like a violin or anything but I remember being young being like this is not clicking for me like it was much harder for me to absorb information than a whisper my peers and I had this teacher that would be raid in front of class. Call me dumb. Tell me that I care can worst and I was always doing our and he was like no one cares about your art like so crazy and he liked messaged me on facebook which I don't have anymore and was like really proud of you and I was like you literally are the reason why I leave at elementary school. Like the one of the worse people to ever come into my life. You are not allowed to gradulate me about anything. I had that with Mr Beazley and it's interesting. Somebody recently tagged my podcasts. A guy that went to high school I talked about on my podcast. And he he posted at Mr Beazley. Who's my math teacher? This guy made me cry everyday. Math wasn't my thing. I wasn't his letters I was dyslexic with. I can't the numbers do not the same thing. Flip them yeah so like geometry. I just leave every day crying and I always was one of those kids and I feel like you said earlier like when we were talking a you know now recording in your lake we just get each other like I feel like we're similar backgrounds with various stories and that's one of the reason I want to bring on the podcast but it's interesting like I've always said like stay in your lane. I knew what I was good at it. I knew as an artsy kid. I knew it was creative but then like math are just fucking destroyed. Me and this guy was such a fucking asshole. My parents never had to go to the school. Mike Talk to a teacher because I kind of held my own but there was there one teacher and he commented he sent me a message. There was like suck my Dick Alert. Did you still do? Mister Kessler is Mr Beazley such teacher's name such features whether you're working from home getting fit from home or honey..

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"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

10:00 min | 6 months ago

"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Phone rang. Podcast is a deer media production. Welcome to the absolutely not podcast where we do the most in the lease at the same. Damn time. I'm your host. Heather McMahon Pay Ladies and Gentlemen Cats Dogs Germs and GERBILS. It's your girl. Heather McMahon. Welcome to another episode of the absolutely not buy gas. I am so excited to an awesome interview to you today. What am I knew friends met on the Internet? Pia Bad Cini. She's a creative director of L. P. The label. She's GonNa come on here in just a second. We're about to zoom in. You know my theories about zoom. Pretty sure they started cove in nineteen. I mean but let's have that conversation row. Quick top of mind the only person is thriving in this coronas time. I'M GONNA guess a Guy 'cause I don't think a woman could ever do this but I'm just GonNa say if there's a conspiracy theory we need to be looking into as possibly the fact that zoom technology had something to do with all this. Listen I know we're living in wild times. I don't know if we're at the peak the crest the curve. I don't know where the fuck we are with any of this but I want you to know that you're just like a cool on his conversation with another down as check today he and I just give you a little heads up. We have very similar. Scenarios Are Dad's recently passed. She's in kind of entertainment fashion She lives at home with her mother. She's married to an Italian. Like a real tight. I mean just like Italian but like American dying and he and I have been trying to get together. Show has a podcast here on the deer media network so I'm excited to get her on. I'll bring her in just a second but I wanted to. Just check in with me. Babe see how everyone's doing jeff has been wearing the same in basketball shorts. I'm pretty sure if he doesn't have he's infection if he didn't have one before when now finally looked at him today to go one maroons now your color to can we put those in the watch because it can't look at them anymore. That's what I'm doing live in my life. Doing laundry around the clock had real. Aha moment with my little nugget. Tony we had wild storm that rolled in here on Sunday and he didn't like it. He was up screaming crying in the crate and is really funny to see jeff kind of have that. Oh Shit moment because I really wasn't. I'm wearing a child. I mean it is a puppy. I know I'm never going to. It's never as hard as a human but one bitch on the Internet today did say she like. Honestly I think puppies are harder. She's like because babies you put on a t you feed him. You can stay indoors puppy she gotta take him out. If the you've got to be in the elements you gotta get grass. You might get bit by something to am. So I appreciate her honesty there but the puppy was losing his fucking Shit last night and Jeff. One of those like brakes where he's like. Why is this thing crying? I don't understand. It was such a real honest raw man moment whereas a key can't control the situation. Jeff doesn't understand and I had to look at him and say Sweetie. I love you so much. Our puppy is a baby. He doesn't understand what's going on with the loud thunder and lightning and the wind. He doesn't understand why the golf course radars going off. He doesn't understand any of this. We need to comfort him and they will put him back in the crate with the door open. And then when he falls asleep will lock that bad. Boy Up A. K. And sure enough. That's what happened but it's been really cute really eye opening to see jeff become a new dad. I'll tell you this. What right now. You guys always message me. Can't wait to get pregnant. We can't wait for you to have kids. Oh my God. Up so much fun. Listen on could sleepless in Seattle right now. You girls exhausted she's getting. I'm lucky if I'm getting four hours and then I'd sleep schedules all off because then I get up at six fall back asleep at nine a wakeup at one. I don't know what day of the week it is. Fuck being a quarantine quarantine you know. Everybody's like Thursday Friday Wednesdays at April or December. Trike it a new puppy. You basically locked. R- all the damn time. It's where I met in my life. Where in a Lotta LYCRA got to exit infection? I think there's too much to it's dry fit on my skin. I don't know about y'all but when I drive I sweat more. It's not even like I'm going to the FUCKING JIM or working out my basement. I just start sweating that Laker. That dry fit material starts bruins heat increases on my elbows. Near my rhys anywhere. I can get a skin fold. I'm getting a hot patch a bag cima. Send me your rex with that. Because Lord knows I need that help. Y'All have been doing with tuning into the news. I promise you if you don't need a tune in don't I'm sure they'll sound the hunger game alarms as soon as we're allowed out of our fucking homes but in the meantime. I hope that I've been able to the PODCAST and instagram. And all the Fuck ding-dong extra hustling things. I'm doing on the side. I hope that y'all been able to have a little bit of entertainment in your life and not stress out because listen we can only control. We can control. And that's not our way. Even though my doctor says I should be able to get my blood sugar and check Oh God too much too much. We're living our life beyond being a new parents. Wild transitioning through all of this honestly just having these moments with Jeff. I look at him in these fucking basketball shorts and the hair is so long and the head is still so big and they went three days out brushing his teeth and I love him. He came up to us. You know heather people back in the old days it was. Easter is like people back in the old days only bathed for religious holidays like festivals. He's like so. I'm willing to take a shower for Easter. Like you motherfucker thank you. The Lord is risen and so has jeff skin ph because it was getting a little funky there for a second and I'm going to get right into the episode because ps so amazing we just did a zoom. I just want to intro into her. This is just a real conversation today. You know when I'm having on his conversation with Y'all and we're giggling about Shit. I promise I'm GonNa get to the voicemails. I just feel like it's been so cool to finally get people's time where I can get these interviews in and I know you'll like hearing me Chitchat. People but he is just a bad bitch her closer high her husband's hotter she just sexy bitch. She's in Los Angeles so he decided to do a little zoom interview. Hope the audio comes through great. I love you guys as always so ladies and gentlemen without further delay. Let's bring in PIA battery unchain me. Is that a good introduction. Yeah everything is good. Well actually. I got annoyed because I'm trying to get pregnant guy period yesterday and it was four days late and I fully thought I was pregnant the biggest period averages annoying but other than that. Everything's honestly been very good. I've been speaking to a pretty tight schedule around here. Good so you're keeping some sense of normalcy. What is your morning routine like? What are you getting up and doing? Are you exercising? 'cause I just I like WanNa be like ooh does roll out of bed. I don't do that. I have like a little mantra prayer thing that I do first thing in the morning I mean obviously like I put my phone on airplane mode while I'm sleeping so I wake up. I turn it on just because I'm paranoid. Maybe something bad happened on the Internet that I need to see otherwise. I wouldn't want to look at my phone but I feel like I'm always like maybe unusual damage control so we'll look at that. Make sure everything's cool and then I have a little note pad next to my bed and I have. I've set my alarm for three minutes and for three minutes. I like say this prayer in like pray and say what I'm thankful for if I'm being like extra would this never happens like I'll try to go outside and meditate but that's really a stretch like that's natural you while I go to remove the three crystals for my pussy time is starting right and then usually like I get up and I make. We haven't espresso machine in our room because the Italian needs a coffee like the second he wakes up so I make him a little espresso right away and then I take me a minute but I put on workout clothes and I work out and I've just been doing easy. Shit that's fucking for. I'm never going to join a fucking gym or go to work across again after this. What this quarantine has taught me is. I've been fucking wasting so much fucking money on God damsels glasses. Sorry but like true. What a joke so I honestly sometimes just like YouTube hate workouts and I'll do just even twenty or thirty minutes and I feel like I got some extra and me. I'll do like some squads or some legs duffer like another video on instagram. Ten Minute APPS or whatever and then I sit down and they get to work. I'M NOT LIKE HUNGRY. All the coffee or a macho but I'm not hungry until at least twelve so I don't eat until so you are you intermittent fasting or I was like a lot of questions about this first foremost my followers listeners. Now that Jeff has been sitting in this fucking basement at my mom's house a watching a four day seminar an intermittent fasting to the point where I'm like you fees the the couch move your body. These sort of intermittent I told him Jeff Surver- go though he likes to do his research like excel spreadsheet. He has literally like a Mojo Bible full of notes. Which is which your fasting blood sugar in your resting. Legible I said Jeff. Just don't fuck till one look. I'm pretty sure that's are. You can go nuts and like measure all your Shit and be like fucking insulin levels and m I in Ketosis or am I not. I ended up going to a doctor a couple of months ago. Who when he took my blood and I got up the results back my blood test. She took my blood at like ten in the morning. And apparently I was already in Ketosis at the time so he was like okay. Your body knows to go into ketosis right but I still you know. It's not like my key to all the time I am mostly but then like yesterday. I had a bag of potato chips and a half a loaf of bread like got way said. I'm very like eighty percent unlike tie. Good whatever and then I also I'm gonNA live my life. There are times where I'll just really like all let myself go and I'll just I'll feel like shit and then like I got to drag my ass out of this full ditch buried for myself if you're staying home but also trying to stay in shape y'all I got something for you..

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"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

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"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"I got uncovered your long time to do this shit. It's fucking not the only like K. Holes go in on the Internet. Would I o embarrassed? Faira Abraham Oh from teen mom Oh yes because she owns her daughters. And I'm right there with you. She so and I don't say a thing nor will I ever know. But that's also such an extreme like. I'm not looking at normal people being like right like and I think what she's doing is insane but I'm not saying anything about it and I'm never going to. I'm good sometimes. I'd like to look at our instagram. Course Union some days you need to get up and go you know what? I'm not fair literally. Look you know who gets really mad as my husband will be like. Are you serious looking at my girls and scrub his know who she is? He'll be like what are you do jeff same way? What am I know about this? I guess there's some like you know their celebrity blogs or whatever will there's one for like instagram people and these people were writing all this means it was. It's literally the same three women who are writing some. Maybe not nicest stuff went really awful stuff about me on the Internet and I was reading laughing so hard and I was like. Why are you reading this? Because these people are fucking miserable cont Lords. He's like why are you reading it? But I was like Jeff this. I'm a comedian. This shit like fuels me up fucking hysterical. And then he's like and they did say something about you on here Jill. What that's the thing with our packing men who don't care about it wait till it's about. Yeah uh-huh uh-huh if somebody said anything about the Italian he would lose it well. He was secretly famous in Italy for a long time. Like we don't talk about it but he was on a reality television.

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"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

05:15 min | 6 months ago

"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Now you grew up in Pasadena now for my listeners. Tuning in I've been very open and honest and raw and really just like real about the situation with my father and I know you've talked about it in your podcast and I hope you don't mind just bringing out. No we met what's going on in. Our lives is so wildly parallel it. Yeah totally away. You're married to like authentic Italian. I'm a New York Italian but he thinks I am finish off the boat. You live at home at your mom's house right home. Jeff and I are moving into my mother's home and you got married in the backyard. I might be having in the backyard so just update email kind of your journey in the last couple years of losing your dad moving home with your mom marrying the Italian. Like all of that if you don't mind catching his. Co. I'll do it quick because it's like a really fucking insane shit storm WTI was living in New York working for a very big Italian suiting. Company moved there to pay his dues to work really hard to eventually like his goal was to move to Umbria which is a very small town in the middle of Italy where abuse with Umbro shorts shorts. Actually opposite Francis is from will and I mean it's beautiful and he's working for his company and we have kind of like we moments. We would break up because he was so cute just hung around my mom the other day and he's like no mom. I was so worked focused and I'm looking at a love this woman but I'm like how am I going to bring this woman into this world bike because literally Brunello will? The copy of the company were notionally is so elegant so conservative. Not so conservative. But like very you know like very Italian. And he's one of the most honorable legendary elegant fabulous man like on this planet he's like Giorgio Armani like it's unbelievable and what he does or his people in the WHO work there and the way he operates of course. I doubt he's a dream to work next to him. Like just launched l. p. a. and we got engaged which was like a weird. I was like we gotta break up and he was like you're right. We gotta break up and then three days later rewrote like we have to get married like we can't happen how it works so we did that with no plan so we got engaged. We went to Italy to like. How many meet his family and he proposed to me and then he went to work and I didn't seem like two months. I've gotta get and I was like we with a fucker. We WanNA do. And I was like living in an apartment in Venice and my dad were obsessed with each other and he was like okay. They're gonNA give me this job offer like you're GONNA move to Italy and for a couple of weeks. I was like okay okay. I'm moving in Italy do laundry and hanging outside and I was like what would I do there? You'd like Yoga. You'll have my babies alone like and then like all those things started hitting me like I don't speak the language. It's an incredibly conservative community. Like I'm so loud and put my foot in my mouth all the time like I've worked since I turned twelve and could legally work. I've had a job and now I'm going to not work all day long. And what would that mean for like my mental health and then trying to get a job in Italy's actually sort of impossible. It's impossible. She was like I'm a nurse. Jedi recertified like six times in his now ten years later able to be a nurse so it's not easy just as hard as it for other people to come into our country and work is just as hard for us to go to other countries. They're like we. We don't have jobs now. They don't have jobs at all and it was like when you could work with the company and I was like well. I also feel like they're doing some sort of favor. Rano Damian like I WANNA be hired because I'm good at that job and meanwhile like lv had just launched as like a party brand like diploamtic showed up at our launch party and dominate. That point like he didn't have instagram. Like you like there weren't even allowed to post on instagram. And I'm just like doing drugs like in the La Times. You know what I mean. You're making like pleasure pants which I do on a pair of and you're just like buck and bribing. I'm in a crop top. Some faux leather pants. Like vannice severly change. It's been three years now. Believe in Pasadena again but still like he's your truth. It's your journey all friends of the cool girls and like Venice. You're like you know chilling at the canals and I got damaged. Who HAS A job here? I don't understand is I never did. I don't get the canals. There's a lot of mosquitoes I don't get it but I would be in Pasadena right there with you now back. You're staying home staying safe but also not necessarily staying sober than unique D. H. M. Detox. Guess what they're no days wasted after drinking with my favorite little tool d. h. m. detox. I mean listen we all gotta take care of ourselves. We all get to stay home. Stay safe but I'm definitely having one to seven glasses of wine at night. The good thing is I take. Da Gem Detox. When I I enjoy my first glass of wine and the next thing you know I don't have to worry about waking up with a brain fog feeling awful exhausted because I've got the necessary nutrition backing me up D. H. Detox is a vitamin for people who enjoy alcohol anywhere from a little bit too a lot. Enjoy your drinks without the next day nausea and brain fog. That's really what gets me and how y'all already know. We're anxious so I don't need any more hangover anxiety..

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"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

10:00 min | 6 months ago

"pia p" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Phone rang. Podcast is a deer media production. Welcome to the absolutely not podcast where we do the most in the lease at the same. Damn time. I'm your host. Heather McMahon Pay Ladies and Gentlemen Cats Dogs Germs and GERBILS. It's your girl. Heather McMahon. Welcome to another episode of the absolutely not buy gas. I am so excited to an awesome interview to you today. What am I knew friends met on the Internet? Pia Bad Cini. She's a creative director of L. P. The label. She's GonNa come on here in just a second. We're about to zoom in. You know my theories about zoom. Pretty sure they started cove in nineteen. I mean but let's honestly have that conversation row. Quick top of mind the only person is thriving in this coronas time. I'M GONNA guess a Guy 'cause I don't think a woman could ever do this but I'm just GonNa say if there's a conspiracy theory we need to be looking into as possibly the fact that zoom technology had something to do with all this. Listen I know we're living in wild times. I don't know if we're at the peak the crest the curve. I don't know where the fuck we are with any of this but I want you to know that you're just like a cool on his conversation with another down as check today he and I just give you a little heads up. We have very similar. Scenarios Are Dad's recently passed. She's in kind of entertainment fashion She lives at home with her mother. She's married to an Italian. Like a real tight just like Italian but like American dying and he and I have been trying to get together. Show has a podcast here on the deer media network so I'm excited to get her on. I'll bring her in just a second but I wanted to. Just check in with me. Babe see how everyone's doing jeff has been wearing the same in basketball shorts. I'm pretty sure if he doesn't have a yeast infection if he didn't have one before he has now finally looked at him today to go one maroons. Now your color to can we put those in the watch because it can't look at them anymore. That's what I'm doing live in my life. Doing laundry around the clock had real. Aha moment with my little nugget. Tony we had wild storm that rolled in here on Sunday and he didn't like it. He was up screaming crying in the crate and is really funny to see jeff kind of have that. Oh Shit moment because I really wasn't. I'm wearing a child. I mean it is a puppy. I know I'm never going to. It's never as hard as a human but one bitch on the Internet today did say she like. Honestly I think puppies are harder. She's like because babies you put on a t you feed him. You can stay indoors puppy she gotta take him out. If the you've got to be in the elements you gotta get in the grass. You might get bit by something to am. So I appreciate her honesty there but the puppy was losing his fucking Shit last night and Jeff. One of those like brakes where he's like. Why is this thing crying? I don't understand. It was such a real honest raw man moment whereas a key can't control the situation. Jeff doesn't understand and I had to look at him and say Sweetie. I love you so much. Our puppy is a baby. He doesn't understand what's going on with the loud thunder and lightning and the wind. He doesn't understand why the golf course radar is going off. He doesn't understand any of this. We need to comfort him and they will put him back in the crate with the door open. And then when he falls asleep will lock that bad. Boy Up A. K. And sure enough. That's what happened but it's been really cute really eye opening to see jeff become a new dad. I'll tell you this. What right now. You guys always message me. Can't wait to get pregnant. We can't wait for you to have kids. Oh my God. Up so much fun. Listen on could sleepless in Seattle right now. You girls exhausted she's getting. I'm lucky if I'm getting four hours and then I'd sleep schedules all off because then I get up at six fall back asleep at nine a wakeup at one. I don't know what day of the week it is. Fuck being a quarantine. Coordinate you know. Everybody's like Thursday Friday Wednesdays at April or December. Trike it a new puppy you basically locked all the damn time. It's where I met in my life. Where in a Lotta LYCRA got to exit infection? I think there's too much to it's dry fit on my skin. I don't know about y'all but when I drive I sweat more. It's not even like I'm going to the FUCKING JIM or working out my basement. I just start sweating that Laker. That dry fit material starts bruins heat increases on my elbows. Near my rhys anywhere. I can get a skin fold. I'm getting a hot patch a bag cima. Send me your rex with that. Because Lord knows I need that help. Y'All have been doing with tuning into the news. I promise you if you don't need a tune in don't I'm sure they'll sound the hunger game alarms as soon as we're allowed out of our fucking homes but in the meantime. I hope that I've been able to the PODCAST and instagram. And all the Fuck ding-dong extra hustling things. I'm doing on the side. I hope that y'all been able to have a little bit of entertainment in your life and not stress out because listen we can only control. We can control. And that's not our way. Even though my doctor says I should be able to get my blood sugar and check Oh God too much too much. We're living our life beyond being a new parents. Wild transitioning through all of this honestly just having these moments with Jeff. I look at him in these fucking basketball shorts and the hair is so long and the head is still so big and they went three days out brushing his teeth and I love him. He came up to us. You know heather people back in the old days it was. Easter is like people back in the old days only bathed for religious holidays like festivals. He's like so. I'm willing to take a shower for Easter. Like you motherfucker thank you. The Lord is risen and so has jeff skin ph because it was getting a little funky there for a second and I'm going to get right into the episode because ps so amazing we just did a zoom. I just want to intro into her. This is just a real conversation today. You know when I'm having on his conversation with Y'all and we're giggling about Shit. I promise I'm GonNa get to the voicemails. I just feel like it's been so cool to finally get people's time where I can get these interviews in and I know you'll like hearing me Chitchat. People but he is just a bad bitch her closer high her husband's hotter she just sexy bitch. She's in Los Angeles so he decided to do a little zoom interview. Hope the audio comes through great. I love you guys as always so ladies and gentlemen without further delay. Let's bring in PIA battery unchain me. Is that a good introduction. Yeah everything is good. Well actually. I got annoyed because I'm trying to get pregnant guy period yesterday and it was four days late and I fully thought it was pregnant like the biggest period of annoying but other than that. Everything's honestly been very good. I've been speaking to a pretty tight schedule around here. Good so you're keeping some sense of normalcy. What is your morning routine like? What are you getting up and doing? Are you exercising? 'cause I just I like WanNa be like ooh does roll out of bed. I don't do that. I have like a little mantra prayer thing that I do first thing in the morning I mean obviously like I put my phone on airplane mode while I'm sleeping so I wake up. I turn it on just because I'm paranoid. Maybe something bad happened on the Internet that I need to see otherwise. I wouldn't want to look at my phone but I feel like I'm always like maybe unusual damage control so we'll look at that. Make sure everything's cool and then I have a little note pad next to my bed and I have. I've set my alarm for three minutes and for three minutes. I like say this prayer in like pray and say what I'm thankful for if I'm being like extra would this never happens like I'll try to go outside and Meditate. But that's really a stretch like snapping you while. I go to remove the three crystals for my Pussy. Time is starting right and then usually like. I get up and I make. We haven't espresso machine in our room because the Italian needs a coffee like the second he wakes up so I make him a little espresso right away and then I takes me a minute but I put on workout clothes and I work out and I've just been doing easy. Shit that's fucking. I'm never going to join a fucking gym or go to work across again after this. What this quarantine has taught me is. I've been fucking wasting so much fucking money on God damsels glasses. Sorry but like true. What a joke so I honestly sometimes just like YouTube hate workouts and I'll do just even twenty or thirty minutes and I feel like I got some extra and me. I'll do like some squads or some legs duffer like another video on instagram. Ten Minute APPS or whatever and then I sit down and they get to work. I'M NOT LIKE HUNGRY. All the coffee or a macho but I'm not hungry until at least twelve so I don't eat until so you are you intermittent fasting or I was like a lot of questions about this first foremost my followers listeners. Now that Jeff has been sitting in this fucking basement at my mom's house a watching a four day seminar an enrollment fastening to the point. Where I'm like you fees the the couch move your body sort of intermittent. I told him Jeff's Virgo though he likes to do his research like excel spreadsheet. He has literally like a Mobile Bible full of notes. Which is which your fasting blood sugar in your resting. Legible I said Jeff. Just don't fuck till one look. I'm pretty sure that's are. You can go nuts and like measure all your Shit and be like fucking insulin levels and m I in Ketosis or am I not. I ended up going to a doctor a couple of months ago. Who when he took my blood and I got up the results back my blood test. She took my blood at like ten in the morning. And apparently I was already in Ketosis at the time so he was like okay. Your body knows to go into ketosis right but I still you know. It's not like my key to all the time I am mostly but then like yesterday. I had a bag of potato chips and a half a loaf of bread like got way said. I'm very like eighty percent unlike tie. Good whatever and then I also I'm gonNA live my life. There are times where I'll just really like all let myself go and I'll just I'll feel like shit and then like I got to drag my ass out of this full ditch buried for myself if you're staying home but also trying to stay in shape y'all I got something for you..

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Via Rail lays off 1,000 employees amid Canada rail protests

Pacifica Evening News

02:03 min | 8 months ago

Via Rail lays off 1,000 employees amid Canada rail protests

"The Canadian passenger train service said today it's temporarily laying off one thousand employees due to the continued Holton service on C. N. Canadian national rail tracks in eastern Canada that's because by real way blockades pro testing a British Columbia pipeline the government corporation has suspended passenger trains on the Montreal Toronto and Ottawa Toronto routes for nearly two weeks due to the protests that have disrupted rail service across the country layoffs come amid growing pressure on prime minister Justin Trudeau's government to take action against the blockades that are in support of five with sweat ten hereditary chiefs opposing a natural gas pipeline through their unseeded land C. N. is canceled more than five hundred and thirty train since blockades began earlier this month on February sixth earlier this week Canadian National Railway company temporarily laid off about four hundred and fifty workers from its operations in eastern Canada after canceling more than four hundred trains since protests arose trajo called it an acceptable situation that needs to be resolved in the weeks and months to come demonstrators have set up blockades in British I'm pia and Ontario in solidarity with opponents of the coastal gasoline pipeline project that crosses the traditional territory of the wet so wait ten first nation and northwestern British Columbia reporter Dan carbon Chuck has more freight cars are sitting idle consumer goods are not getting to market grain and other commodities are not getting the ports for shipping overseas there are fears the economy will take a hit tempers are running short and in the house of Commons opposition parties attack prime minister Justin Trudeau who called for dialogue with the protesters do we want to become a country of irreconcilable differences where people talk fuselage were politicians are ordering police to arrest people a country where people

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What Is Your Body Trying To Tell You?

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

08:42 min | 8 months ago

What Is Your Body Trying To Tell You?

"Dr. Cynthia Lee had several mysterious and debilitating symptoms arise and she spent several years forging a path to healing in her conversation with Dr Hyman Dr Lee shared how tapping into her own intuition played a key role in her recovery. And it's just amazing the kinds of things that that people can recover from. And now you've written this great book brave new medicine which is a really fabulous story about how you as a physician understood that. There's a different way to heal your illnesses and your autoimmune disease and all this weird nonsense that we don't know how to deal with in medicine. It was a strange sense that because I understood chronic diseases I mean I was an internist. After all an expert in chronic diseases that was somehow immune to it had. I known about Functional Medicine or even integrative medicine at the time it would have been a much smoother path but I because I had to rebuild the paradigm from the bottom up in order to even get there It took me many more years. Oh how did you come out of it so The first thing I did was I went back to basics. And so I didn't you know I I did secondly just start seeing an acupuncturist or start. You know trying energy medicine or anything. That's really alternative. I was like okay. No I'm Dr off of crystals. No Oh God. Meditation was like like pulling teeth so I went back to basics. What I ended up doing also was distancing myself from the diagnosis and the prognosis. Because it was more despairing those are the name of your disease isn't the cause of your disease right. Exactly this Oughta know me. It just means your nervous system isn't working syndrome. Just injured tired all the time. Tell you why when my thyroid is out of whack. It wasn't just. My thyroid was my whole hormone system which is tied then to the digestive system which is tied to an immune system like it suddenly started making thighbone right exactly connected to the brain which is actually amazing medicine that our entire training teaches us the opposite that there's all these organ systems right tech the GI system and the liver and the lungs and the brain and the hard and the home. And you go to specialist for every different part. You and nobody connects the dots right. It felt very overwhelming And so that's when I ended up I I actually I. I did and you know I had an unconventional navigator was. We had a visit from some friends of ours who ended up staying with US and We had known them for years that they'd never stayed with us and we knew that the wife Pia was Was also clairvoyant. And she said I can teach you how to develop intuition which I had never heard of. I did not know that intuition was something like music or art like you can develop it. Yeah you can practice it. And she was very pragmatic about it and she said No. This isn't mean you're going to be clairvoyant right but it just means that you can learn to to open this other side of your brain that has probably been closed off for a long time because of your training and your upbringing so I So she taught me how to do that Well she me what I needed to do. To begin to practice to open up to that and a lot of it was it was so basic a lot of it was just silencing my analytical mind and being in my body the second part was the well actually they were both really hard they were both really hard silence analytical. Mind being in my body because my body was so uncomfortable and so she said you know you can only heal something that you are connected to. Here's something you're detached from So that was healing on multiple levels. Both that I had to inhabit my body which was probably one of the biggest Steps in terms of healing not being afraid of it but going into it and then also learning how to read sensations for messages and not just symptoms that. We're making me miserable. Yeah always say the smartest doctor. The room is your own body. If you listen to it absolutely and I really learned to use intuition to guide me like how do I choose? What TO DO Is this the right diet for me? is gluten. Really something that I can return to something that I really need to stay off strictly so It began to it. May that navigation much easier for me and And it's something that I encourage my patients to you know to develop if they're interested. It's it's simple. It just takes a lot of repetition and quite listening. There are tools waiting within all of us that can help improve multiple states of disease. We just have to open ourselves up to them and be willing to dig deeper. Dr Hyman further explored how we can begin this process and cultivate greater soft love and his conversation with Dr Andrew. Pennington you might. Here's something when you start to tune into your body and say well. What is that pain associated with? Well it's because you're over working or because you were hanging out with those people that you know you don't have any business hanging out with like you start to get underneath the chatter and underneath the symptoms and the pain to the deeper meaning and that only comes the more that you're willing to listen and face it Mussa research study. I'm sure you know about this. Were were they had people journal for. Twenty minutes a day not like I went to the store and bought milk. But what's going on underneath? What's really up below in their hearts and their minds or souls and they just twenty minutes a day it was a randomized controlled trial where they looked at people who just wrote about whatever they did that day versus what recently deep inside and these people rheumatoid arthritis and asthma. They got better on objective measures over the course of three six months. Which is kind of bizarre. I mean how can you regulate asthma rheumatoid arthritis which are quote Real Diseases? Which people suffer from it? How do you do that with just writing in your journal? And that's the power of this process and I think that's a really important piece that that is is hard to do people. Actually I think don't know how to write what's inside. They don't even know how to listen to. What's inside? How do you get people to sort of begin to listen to that other higher self waste because there's a there's a unconscious voice that we can rant and rave and blame and not own and you're inviting people to do something quite different? Which is to listen to that other voice in your head. That's whispering maybe faintly. How do you get it to be loud and clear? Well I take people through an atonement meditation and in the beginning just like with the first step of the cornerstone process. I envy people to take five deep breaths and just become aware aware of whatever's going on so if there are thoughts if there is some little chatter even if it's the mean snarky chatter of self judgement or it's your laundry list or all the things you've forgotten. Just become aware of it without judging it and let it pass without grabbing hold and going down the rabbit hole with these thoughts and as we invite people to do this we we asked him to only start with like eight minutes a day because of course the studies show that you can literally impact your brain and eight minutes go. We lead people through this atonement meditation process which starts off with allowing anything that comes up to just be without judgment and then we start to tune into what would it feel like if there was a loving presence that said it was okay but said you know what you are feeling like. Everyone's taken advantage of you. I'm so sorry you're going through that What if that compassionate presence was just saying I see that and I'm here for you So that inner critic and exactly and again you might still be in the. This isn't fair. That's okay but if you can invite compassion in little by little you'll start to feel that compassion towards yourself and as we tune into the compassion that is typically when people are willing to like let go of a little of the intense ego struggle of. This should be my way or this shouldn't be happening and it's like well. What if we opened up our mind and said okay whatever's best. Let me be guided by that. As Dr Hyman regularly says our body is the smartest doctor in the room in order to hear what is telling us we have to take time to meditate reflect and practice self love these tools at our disposal anytime of day. We just need to utilize

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2 monarch butterfly activists found dead in same week

Hard Factor

02:32 min | 9 months ago

2 monarch butterfly activists found dead in same week

"Monarch Butterfly. Conservationists bodies have been discovered within a week of each other in Mexico and it looks like both were murdered. Both bodies bodies were found with severe trauma to the head and other injuries west. Did you kill them. Do you hate butterflies as well. I don't kill butterflies. You don't kill butterflies butterfly. Somebody does too hard the cash. Yeah there you go. You can't see them at night role Hernandez Romero was found dead. This past Friday in the Mexican state of Should've practiced this Mitch. Mitch Mitch Mitch Michelle Fuck Mature. Con- sure location show. I haven't called it to mature location of Mexico's largest monarch butterfly. Reserve go figure. He was a guide and butterfly conservationists there he was last seen on January twenty seventh leaving his home. Go conserve monarch butterflies. Presumably Pia Nice Guy who when he loves apparently his body had like blunt blows different parts and a head injury caused by a sharp object so just just a very violent death just a few days. Earlier the body of Homero Gomez Gonzalez was found in the same area. Isn't that huge the biggest Monarch Butterfly Conservatory in the world. Or whatever his body was in a water retention tank. Yeah go ahead well. Yeah so I mean these guys are just clearly the butterflies happy overlapping some dangerous people. Yes that's the theory. Yeah well according to authorities he also had a head injury indicted drowning. He'd been missing for a few weeks. Yes the theory is that they were like their conservation is on an area where illegal logging which I don't know if that's like cutting down trees or whatever is going on possibly legally yes. They're saying criminals they. They probably rubbed shoulders with criminals. The wrong way logging taking dumpsite that or or the the butterflies could be revolting. This is something that we could we could keep an eye on Gomez was as a manager the second guy and his manager of the thing and his nickname was the defender of the Monarch Butterfly. which a cool that's according to the defender of self apparently if you get in the way of deforestation but for profit you get fucked fucked up you get killed you get blunt trauma to the head and dumped something water reserve? That's kind of what that firefly's star is about big big big deforestation's a big big instrument show Akon State is a sixty two miles outside of Mexico City so it's close to Mexico City. Millions of monarch butterflies apparently traveled traveled through there during their annual migration. That's why they have the conservatory. There guys this is not good news for the Monarch Butterfly another blow to to cool insects and you can expect. The amount of trampled trampled butterflies to skyrocket with all these conservationists getting rubbed

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Samoa measles death toll now 48

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:41 min | 11 months ago

Samoa measles death toll now 48

"A measles epidemic has killed more than forty people most of them children in the Pacific island nation of Samoa the country is under a state of emergency schools are closed and vaccinations are now mandatory the World Health Organization is blaming the high death toll on vaccine fears that have left the country vulnerable joining us now from CMOS capital of pia is Kenny the saw the editor of this mon observer good morning good morning from sophomore because it's just mention schools have been closed in vaccines are not mandatory parents are being warned to keep their children out of public places what is the mood in the country well I'm fortunate the mood is very somber as you can imagine it's a very sad country at the moment and when you walk around the streets of energy I mean the people going about their business where people actually heating the warning to keep the kids at home you know initially this this now the state of emergency has been on for going on three weeks now and at the beginning people kind of really didn't pay much attention but today I'm going to say it's it's almost a ghost town now she in the big pot so **** town where you'd normally expect a little crowds didn't that's not happening even the businesses that we've been talking to the you know they say this is speech greedy really slow for the last couple of weeks because people have basically stopped going out especially the kids of course and the W. chose says before the epidemic of the less than a third of children under five have been vaccinated why is there such a low rate there well that that's correct of the do you know there's a bit of a story behind our vaccination issue here last year we had a case in the Big Island of Hawaii where two babies died sorry after the met with the minister the MMR vaccinations and and as a result of that the vaccination program was halted while the the misty gated the course in the in the two nurses were charged and they were found guilty of manslaughter so that you know I was in the vaccination those problem is the way they would ministering to the vaccine and so that contributed a big deal to to the low percentage of vaccinations that we that the people were just scared and misidentified the calls and decided to not vaccinate their kids absolutely ensuring that get lodging from people obviously you are against vaccination process have found themselves a voice in the very start getting to people take the refund to get there too we have a home the message and a lot of parents became skip to get picked their kids to be affectionate yeah because it's been not quite a aggressive anti Baxter campaign focusing on Samoa comparing them mandatory vaccines not a **** Germany yeah absolutely I mean it's it's it's quite alright just when you think of it but here in some more reading you don't you're not hearing a lot of people talking about that kind of stuff the focus really on the ground here and and and be a and this is going to join the effort by the government and everyone in the country at the moment is try and stop this proceeds from spreading any further and taking in more life people getting the vaccine now partially either since the mass vaccination campaign has gone out this group's going up to villages since clinics popping up everywhere you could imagine and it's free for everyone so really there's no excuse for you we must be vaccinated now how will the CMOS health system equipped to deal with the a medical crisis like this not very well I'm afraid I mean things have escalated over the last three weeks and it was it's only being true the assistance of our build upon us like Australian using that that would be really been able to kind of make some headway into the to this crisis but unfortunately that's what health system but I think they would really ill equipped to address such a crisis is this I'm really I think they should have reacted to this three or four weeks ago but the only reacted very

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Climate change adding to Djibouti malnutrition crisis: UN humanitarian chief

UN News

03:31 min | 1 year ago

Climate change adding to Djibouti malnutrition crisis: UN humanitarian chief

"This is Connor Lennon from UN news during a three-day mission to Djibouti Ursula Moore the UN's Assistant Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and deputy ipt emergency relief coordinator. Sore for herself. The huge impacts that extreme weather events such as floods droughts are having on the country on Friday my day the last day of the visit Muslim spoke with Savia no Abreu from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs or officer about the many Humanitarian Rian challenges facing the people of Djibouti. She began by calling on the international community to urgently confronts the crisis. The booty provides a a clear example of the urgency to take immediate action to confront the climate crisis and to protect the most vulnerable. The country is extremely vulnerable to climate change with large areas of the territory exposed to extreme weather conditions beach each drought flooding and the humanitarian impact of the extreme weather events in the climate crisis is very visible in jeopardy so let's talk a bit about the mitering of describing crisis here. What's the one thousand situation in the counter right now. The harsh the weather conditions and extreme weather events coupled with the high levels of poverty have left at least one third of the population which is more within two hundred eighty thousand people in chronic levels of food insecurity malnutrition rates are also worrying and are considered to be it an emergency level under global standards and the country's also supporting and AC-. We stand hosting a large number of refugees and migrants here and what's the situation of the migrants here. The global displacement crisis has a direct impact on Djibouti. The country's now home to more than thirty thousand refugees and asylum seekers and half of them are children children from Somalia if Yo- Pia area and Yemen and on top of the refugees there's more than one hundred thousand migrants mainly from Ethiopia. NOPE did live in the country. Conflict Insecurity and extreme hardship in neighboring countries have driven refugees and migrants to leave their homes. This increases the need of humanitarian assistance in the country. What are the United Nations. They might have his Asia was doing to response to these needs sent is and what else has to be done to support the might assistance here in the United Nations and agencies and NGOs are present in the country this year the United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund allocated for million dollars for life saving assistance in Djibouti this funding head tremendous mendes impact on the lives of people who needed it the most and that's why I call on the international community to keep supporting the humanitarian response one's in Djibouti at the same time urgent action required to address the impact of climate change and particularly to address the underlying nine courses of poverty and reach a sustainable development. The world has to take action to mitigate the effects of climate change now.

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Eye Care For Our Kids With Dr. Emily Ceisler

Mom Brain

08:02 min | 1 year ago

Eye Care For Our Kids With Dr. Emily Ceisler

"Name is Emily Heisler. I'm a physician. I'm a pediatric theatric ophthalmologist in Manhattan I have two offices on the upper west side and in Tribeca and I teach a at NYU and I do my surgeries at Nyu you I am arm and actually a mom is probably been my most important job in life although I love what I do. My kids are nineteen and twenty one. They're both in college so I now. I'm an empty. Nester and that's a whole nother gun conversation but but my kids are awesome and and so my my daughter Carmen started she was probably like her. No almost two she started doing in this thing where she was like bringing a lot and squinting and doing a little bit of like head tilting and stuff like that and we didn't know what to what to make out of it it was it was kind of. We didn't know if she was being funny. We enough. It was like a tick. I brought her to a doctor. not our normal doctor. We're we're vacationing somewhere and he's said tick. Show probably do this and she'll outgrow it. You know maybe one day and you know I got connected with Dr Size layer and and that was not the that was not the situation at all. Um mm so I I think we went one time and we weren't sure right you talk the first time I saw her. you brought her in for exactly that reunion and obviously there are tons of things that little kids do and sometimes they mean something sometimes they don't so that's why obviously it's always good to get it. Chuck is often. It's nothing and you can kind of. Just piss a buy in and say nope. It's nothing and I'm not actually even sure that that was something related to a problem how much she ended up having because at that age you know they they do do a lot of these funny things that can sometimes really not hard to communicate with them when they're so little and that was kind of what was a major amazing by watching you. It's like how do you ask a kid. That doesn't know the alphabet yet. You know how do you get them. I'm to communicate to you if what what they're seeing and so what are what are some for like very early toddler years whereas if you feel like you know your kid needs to get their eyes checked out number one water. What a red flags. which would we be looking for and number two? What is your process as a doctor. We're trying to communicate with these little. Peo- yep well so a lot of red flags are really going to be put there by your pediatrician because when kids are little obviously particularly infants they don't have a lot of ways of communicating and there's a lot of things that are important pick up early early but that as a mom you might not see and so your pediatrician is at each well visit looking for specific things. I mean I I think our pediatricians are so amazing because we ask them to do so much and look for so much pick up all these things and you know what most kids are fine and and there's nothing but then sometimes there is we need them to find that and then they're going to send you to a specialist as a mom you gotta just. I trust your mom instinct because there are plenty of so on on the contrary to what I just said They're planning times when MOMS come in and they say I I keep asking my pediatrician Putian things. Everything's fine but I feel like there's something wrong and you'd be amazed how often there is something wrong and MOMS know and you've got to trust them and that's one thing I teach my residents and medical students is listened to moms. If you're a pediatric sub specialists you really we really really have to trust moms and yeah. We're all particularly first time. MOMS there's a lot of crazy thoughts that go through our head and a lot of irrational things that that that we may say or do or you know notice in our kids that are nothing and at the same time you really have to listen because of a Momma's concerned about something you gotta listen to that concern. It may be nothing but it's worth checking out so we do see that now part to your question. How do we examine kids and check their vision when they're little so first of all again big bias because I'm a pediatric sub specialists that kids are not just little adults and they need to be seen differently and treated differently. you know as you know in my office. We really only do kids and we do adult. I muscle problems but we really are pretty biased with everything is for kids so our waiting room is kid friendly and our staff kid friendly and they're really trained and trained and trained beyond to be great with kids and great with MOMS because half the battle to get the information is making kids feel comfortable and happy and an enjoy it and so we try and make everything game and fine has to be age appropriate different ages demand different things but if it's fun and they feel like they're playing games aims so many times kids will come in and they're so nervous really scared about what's GonNa Happen and if they walk out like skipping and saying I want to come back. We've done our job because all of that is just to get the information in adult you just ask them to do it and they bill it. Totally different with kids in every age is different but you know what once you've been doing this for a long time you get good at different ages and stages and and doing what you need to do to get the information but you know with Carmen even though at the time I think the concerns that she had raised for you. the mayor may not have ultimately been related to what she ended up having it got you in to have a full exam and the full exam is where we get all the information so once we I know that I think I probably said to you right now. We don't really have to worry about this. She's fine but she is something. That's a risk risk factor for emily opium. Which is some people lazy I yeah and most people have never heard the word Amplio Pia. They may gave her lazy. I one of the reasons lazy is a tough word. In kind of the world is that people use it for different things. Some people use lazy. I'm meaning the I. Crosses or Wanderers on. I had an uncle that has I would cross in yet. One I that would cross enter couldn't look at you and I thought that that was lazy. I until I eight met you and Karma had lazy right so the reality is lazy doesn't really mean it. It's not it's our medical term right so it means whatever people use it to means enes people use it for both and in fact I think in the world most people use it more for what your time met with your uncle like and the real word for that is strong business and ends for businesses any kind of muscle problem where the eye turns in or out whereas Ambrogio Pia it which is what Karma has is when the eye looks perfectly normal. Let's perfectly straight but the brain isn't using one of the is or something's both of the is but more often one as well as it should. The brain is not getting that visual information and therefore not developing normal healthy vision which is so important and that's what I found to be so interesting. I mean not only do I want my daughter to to see well well but that idea that she had one either was working just fine and one. I that wasn't jerky working just fine and that you tend to compensate obviously asleep to the I that is stronger and you know what you taught me is that it's important especially as you are growing to have your brain be community communicating communicating properly with both eyes so that we need to not just adjust the is so they can be seeing better but also for brain development hundred

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"pia p" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"pia p" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"You know what I mean the yeah it was weird because I didn't wannacry for my kids because I wanted them to feel like it was a happy moments. I it was because I'm trying not to offer I just I've been drained out saying them and smelling them for so long. I was completely overwhelmed so am I. It was one of the most amazing experiences of my life. Yeah and you have to do this massive scaring shellings as well you a very very long time as well. We have great yeah yeah. It was really tough like league goes crying for like two hours in the shelling and you know there's a camera like under to your chain and your thinking on this is going to be so ugly. It was pretty bad but you know I just knew that I had to Bait Harry in that challenge so I just really was going to you know Biden and pretty much told me he was taking me. Harry was Super Clyde and Harry. It was like Harry not to hold each other tight each other and so. I just really when he said Jonathan. Can you get me down. I was one of the best things and I was like. Oh my gosh so yeah. It was great yeah because you know it's the crazy thing with monetary. There's challenges you talk to your husband about how you wanted to get down then flashes the for a second and you'll like still in it. I'm like it's not like an hour and a half later like often those really impressive yeah I think through these moments where you're in such agonizing pain nine and then you know breathing and then all of a sudden you think okay just rally and then you said a police officer gather and then the pain comes back so it just ups and downs the whole time I mean our two. I was sitting. It was like three hours so I just kept giving myself like another Hosokawa. Another half hour just lost another half. Hello Yeah and I think you spoke superwealthy against Harry Tribal Council you know talking about really truthful things about how they game was really similar and but thought Harry's was better and you you take the initiative to say like how he played a better game than me and everything kind of quick yourself down knowing you're going to have to talk to the jury the next day. Was that a decision for you to do that or did you know that you kind of have to make your claim in go talk to the jury tomorrow's. Day Yeah I mean I knew like I had confidence in my to to talk myself out of stuff's so I thought do it if he can to get him to take final two and then deal with the repercussions the next day. I'm so I can iron. I was being just aren't it in the final travel. So someone says is that it's just I said that to treat bite and you know your side as I would sign that stuff but yeah it was it was more. I definitely wanted to get the idea across to Biden. That used to be really good. Move like you take out the guy that everyone wants and also that he and Harry played side by side and Harry's gun with strong gall so you are successful in that you get today fifty and council. How confident were you go into tribal council. I've just it seemed that so many times when you someone's calm or you think someone's a front runner and then it just falls apart so I've tried not to be confident. I just sort of had like a little breakfast pull biden too much that day so he was really do really wish counts. You can see him through the whole thing 'cause he. Just 'cause we go that massive faced and then he just couldn't still eating bag goes around the sun and honey at one point but I really sat on the beach all day on my speech my stage. I've been working on it anyway. Okay so I just thought be confident because you just need to absolutely let putting putting your debating hat and just go in there and fight for it yeah. What was your favorite part. AWW JERRY. I definitely liked my combat today. That was a big one. I thought that was pretty good. I really like that you you know I mentioned the difference between American survivor daily and survive not yeah you know. It got really feisty win. Simon brought up at least I didn't show Simon brought up the voice stealing the cool so I'm the boy stealing the Ross and sorry I got pretty. Fussy my meant just going you still bryce in the tribe really trying to I would never see us much because it was pretty bad. When that's dealing we were going without sleep like two days and stuff so I tried to bring that often often. I think some of the this way to stuff I mean they really cut out a lot of Janin's like gushing towards me which is really sweet not sorry yeah. It was just it was actually I was to be honest like Biden's. I told the newspaper was four minutes so I did a pretty creek arguing speech because I know that my strength is like Q. And I like rebuttal so I just through our thanks face. You'll be nervous. You'll be a mess but then you know you'll be okay but Biden's went to seriously twenty minutes like he's opening speech was incredible and then Jonathan like is he gonNa Stall and you know I gotTa Stop. The debate rules. Yes I got nervous. Everyone said like off those two opening speeches bathing like he he had given away bit space the May so I think you know like Oslo Bit Sassy in that fun tribal but I think that's because the jury eerie and abby was even saying to me you need to fight because everyone on that jury it could have been there and probably deserves to be exit or really good players and sorry if I I tribal that is I see you not fighting to the death for it. It's sort of not offensive to them but you know I like. They don't want to be there to really make sure you just go for it so I sort of that vibe Assad pretty soft and then once I kicked into gear I really went for it and I could say themselves smiling and I thought think of yeah I mean the Dave question is like of all the people to call you go. It's like you blindsiding here biggest news. I would say of yeah you. You know you know David better than me. Was He trying to Fi- you up and give you the opportunity to fight for yourself. What was he like. Actually calling you. Go like like I mean. We're really talk to you and I think he he wanted. He wanted really fought for their physician and he does have a thing about people. People not playing big moves like he really did want people to own and I think he was all about eve moves so I just I think he kind of forgot that I yeah I think he was like yeah. I'M GONNA call them and stuff them up and then he forgot that like we'd finds out yeah. I think it was a mix advice. I think he wanted what it whoever was on the on the in the final two to really really fight for it and not take it for granted but luckily for me to just you you know I had blindsided him. Sorry I was key. I actually yes. She did make me feel really good that was in her hand also all thanks to hang breath then he was like on your side and he was championing you so you win nine zero the unanimous when I alive of the first female unanimous win in what yeah really yes. I didn't know that yeah very cool very very cool to finally have that made it work but no woman has had that before which I think speaks to how maybe women seved by jury and stuff and you you don on which is amazing. Thank you to you for price to get those nine. I did not think I was getting at Sean vote so I it was sort of always talked about how sean always wanted to fight for Biden so I was surprised to get in really the reason why he's fine because I told him that story about me I'm leaving the beach and then coming back and we told him about the FICO adult change the toilet and then coming back and then I saved so yeah love it when I said to Jerry when he was on Jerry. I said when you told Dave that return on did you mention may or did you just say IBM Janine and he you said I just said Ibn Janine. I Super Beta. That's my strategy so he said that change he's from bite into me and then I think daisy was always in. I wasn't one one hundred sure I was. GonNa get Dicey in Jonah but I definitely tried to remind them how much I tried to work with them and then you know I sort of wasn't sure if abby was going to make makes things went when you're out there and you turning on each other. It gets IKI inside so feeling really. GNC model fights may yeah. When did you know that there wasn't GonNa be reunion and that you will finding out like right then and there on my God sorry they leave and then you're like okay. It's cool. We've got three monsters fees and then the producer came out and said something to tell you where heading off to shoot another season. We caught a reunion episode. We're going to read but tonight and they kind of read us. The riot act about caught quiet and then yet that's when I found out a Mo hot and I grabbed by Tan a and Bucknell activists is going to pass out on my uncle was like Oh my God oh my God and then yeah and then a family came out and yet it was just that not yeah. What would you prefer the way in the reunion because you want a very few people to win like this? It's a very strange way to win and slamming celebration but there's like twenty people in the room on the way so that's a good thing yeah. I guess I mean it was good at the time but it was pretty overwhelming so yeah. I think it was I. I've looked like a reunion would have been really fun. You know they won't get we'll get fat and we come back. We'll dress dolphin it so I was sad on me. Stat on that so the survivor tradition but at the time probably relates to three months yes so you come back as actual boone. When are the family. Would you know to see your husband such things as well. I think like all of my my mom. My Aunt's husband. He's pretty good. He's really good like He. He did not want to be on TV. So the fact that he was even on Taylor I know he isn't the cause of it but he was right and that's pretty pretty much what he's like like. He's a I'm pretty lucky to have him. Due to a fire challenge folded and just go you got survive a bike all the costs of the Keats like I've really I've really got the lucky end of the stick marrying him inside yeah. He's amazing. Will he be married. The first female a unanimous. He's probably grateful that he loves giggling like statistics so he's probably like you see comeback as a win and and you're watching it back and the fan reaction has been. I think really good and lead the super. Thanks media has really embraced. You definitely questions with this. Puerto costs quite a lot of just tell her I love her. I'm like get to all of you. There's been so much of that and then you pull the worth. So what is that whole experience life you. I mean I can separate the super fans like the offense through all of it just so supportive and lovely and even I think Jenning incredible working couple the even stuff like I think some of the people who were not super fans hands and kind of elephants were chooses hood hundred name but you know that clearly was evident that it wasn't the highest like even Abbey.

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Refugees And Dealing With Them Fleeing Libya To Europe

Democracy Now! Audio

10:19 min | 1 year ago

Refugees And Dealing With Them Fleeing Libya To Europe

"Least forty refugees and migrants are feared dead. After a boat carrying dozens of people across the mediterranean sea on route to europe europe capsized tuesday morning off the coast of libya according to the libyan coast guard some sixty five migrants and refugees mostly from sudan were rescued with the help of local fishermen the associated press reported at least five people were confirmed dead including women and child from morocco whose bodies were recovered near the western town of homes seventy five five miles east of tripoli with tuesday's tragedy the number of migrants and refugees who've lost their lives in the mediterranean in two thousand nineteen is it's up to nine hundred just last month about one hundred fifty people including children mostly from africa drowned off the coast of libya in a separate shipwreck brek according to the un high commissioner for refugees rescue operations for the latest migrants shipwreck continued to be underway the final death toll may be even higher this latest this disaster comes as far right european leaders like the italian deputy prime minister and minister of the interior matteo salvini continue to criminalize refugees and migrants this as well as humanitarian aid workers who often lead search and rescue missions in the atlantic in the mediterranean this june police in italy arrested corolla rakhat the thirty one year old german captain of the sea watch rescue ship after vessel collided with an italian border police boat when she attempted to docket and italian alley in port and in two thousand seventeen pia clamp also a member of c watch was arrested at the same port and charged with assisting so-called illegal immigration clamps currently awaiting trial and faces up to twenty years in prison if convicted for more we go to geneva where we're joined by charlie oxley u. N. high commissioner for refugees jeez global spokesperson for mixed migration mediterranean and africa welcome to democracy now charlie actually can you explain what just happened this latest shipwreck shipwreck and what the casualties are well once again we morning yet another the tragic incident resulting from people trying to flee the war and violence <hes> in libya. The rescue operation is still underway a but what we understand from our teams who are there on the ground speaking with survivors a boat left in the early hours of yesterday morning very soon came into distress appears the forty people who have now drowned on the mediterranean and and this is just the latest and a series of drownings people taking these similar similar journeys to this one each time we do see a outpouring of public sympathy empathy expressed from all corners but we're calling now for those sentiments to be translated into meaningful action u._n._h. This house proposed a way forward. There's a number of ways we can improve search and rescue capacity at sea and get refugees libya so they don't take these boats in the first place but this situation cannot continue as is so explain who was in this ship before and it <hes> before before the shipwreck and explain why they couldn't get to land this group <hes> it's very similar to the kinda groups. We often see departing from libya. It's a mixed group of people of refugees and migrants around a third from refugee producing country so in the east and west of africa we currently have more than fifteen unresolved conflicts insecurity in different areas and particularly in places like a retriever aaron and somalia and sudan in in the east. Mali and burkina faso's in the west people. They're fleeing ongoing fighting by armed groups and are in need of refugee protection at the same time we do see secondary movement from countries neighboring those countries because their asylum silence systems are in need of strengthening and then needs to be strategic development assistance when people don't feel safe and feel they're able to make the most of economic opportunities that will allow them in their families to survive we see a rising trend of people putting their hands in that lives in the hands of smugglers and traffickers who commit a range of human rights abuses and they're responsible for putting people in these flimsy and uh unseaworthy boats that have often little hope of reaching dry land unattached court ruled two weeks ago that the spanish humanitarian ship open arms which choose waiting off the italian island of lampedusa carrying nearly one hundred fifty rescued migrants and refugees should be allowed to dock in italy. This was in defiance of a ban by italy's as far right interior minister and deputy prime minister matteo salvini in a statement issued by his office savini said quote. I continue and we'll continue denied landing to those those who claim to bring illegal immigrants always and only in italy savino also said he'll continue to defend italy's borders and say quote no to disembarking. Can you talk about the significance what this means for migrants that say this is different legal and logistical restrictions being placed on them mm-hmm therefore needs to be acknowledged and supported and not criminalized no stigmatize there are suggestions by some that these ngos <hes> collaborate with smugglers aid illegal migration but we see no evidence for that at different times teams in the last year there have been no ngo boats operating search and rescue on the central mediterranean and yet actually the average number of departures has increased when we look more closely at the situation it becomes clear that it's the push factors that people leaving behind line the wall violence and human rights abuses the escalating violence in libya since april has a much bigger motivating factor than any any kind of potential pull factor of the presence of ngo booze pant clamp. The german captain of a refugee rescue ship who now faces is prison time in italy after rescuing hundreds of refugees in the mediterranean has refused to accept award given her in july on behalf of the city of paris paris clump wrote on facebook last week that paris mayor hidalgo and the city of paris pope one award a medal for my solid darrien action in the mediterranean sea because our crews worked to rescue migrants from difficult conditions on a daily basis at the same time. You're police are stealing blankets from people. Oh you forced to live on the streets while you raid protests and criminalize people that are standing up for rights of migrants and asylum seekers clem said she was awarded the grandville metal last month alongside caroline raquet. <hes> fellow member of the refugee rescue organization see watch two years ago. Oh clemson ship was seized by authorities in italian port and choose eventually church with assisting so-called illegal immigration. She's currently awaiting trial facing up to twenty years in prison if convicted charlie actually if you could comment on the stakes for people who are trying to help those who might diet see and are well. I think the frustrations frustration sees expresses. The <hes> understandable i mean ngop boats are picking up people who are in a desperate state. That's be clear people. Don't take these boat vote journeys. They are aware that these journeys could often be fatal and nobody puts their own lives and the lives of their families at risk in that way unless they feel the better off on the water on the land so when ngos pick the pick people up in rescued him in the see. They're all well. Dean is not then over there then stranded at sea for days on end while states have often engaged in political back and forth trying to see who can most shift responsibility onto others. I think what's needed now is for the toxicity in the political michael debate to be removed and more objective perspective to come in here. The number of arrivals reaching european shows are really down significantly -nificant. We're no longer in a situation like we saw in twenty fourteen in the immediate years that followed where we saw incredibly high numbers way back to pre-crisis levels but yet deaths remained broadly the same <hes> so we're no longer in a crisis of arrivals here we're in a crisis of deaths in and that needs to be some soul searching about whether european willing to engage with people who are seeking asylum on their doorstep sta. You have said one in six or one in seven people die at sea. Can you explain where they are dying. What what is the route. They're taking and talk about why libya is such a critical place for them and where they're coming from

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ICYMI: Sports Photography with Peter Read Miller

Talking Tech

04:11 min | 1 year ago

ICYMI: Sports Photography with Peter Read Miller

"Talking Tech is brought to you by WICKS DOT COM creatine published a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website. Today that's W.. I. X DOT COM in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of whic special offer for talking tech listeners. What if you can spend three hours with Peter Remillard learning all about sports photography that is on the agenda at f sixty four? It's a conference coming up soon. Peter Miller has a long career in sports. Photography used to C._B._S.. Sports most rated photographer doing football for the A._B._C.. Got A lot of great credentials. Tell everybody about what we can do with you. Well what we're GONNA do at f sixty four live is <hes>. We've got some players. We've got some college players who are GonNa come. Amount so we can really shoot because that's hard thing about sports. It's not like we can sit here and we can do class portrait photography in your garage essentially but to actually get people to shoot action. That's why all my workshops are centered around events here here. We've only got three hours so we've got <hes> a group football players are going to run some place for us. I will kind of warm everybody up by showing my work and then we'll go out. We'll shoot in the field and hopefully we'll have time to download and critique bills but the F. Sixty four cost together <hes> it's one hundred forty nine dollars and it's f sixty four live and they have a website which is for live dot com so you can check it out there until everybody the dates again August seventeenth okay through corona in the Corona Civic Center already. Tell everybody about you and you gotTa Youtube show now. Tell everybody about that well. I started doing youtube about a year ago and we've got I think fifteen sixteen videos up <hes> just different topics. Of Photography Sports Photography <hes> some critiques <hes> I talk about equipment. Sometimes I talk about editing workflow. It's it's an ongoing thing there we're going to actually we're going to <hes> film a couple more tomorrow morning so <hes> I'm. I'm just trying to get to word out help people out <hes> you know in key people informs share my knowledge and <hes> it's been a lot of fun and of course you did a book on sports photography. What's it's called period Miller on sports photography however <hes> warning caveat it is now out of print? Oh okay so <hes> you can still find copies around the electronic copy e book still available recurrently of sixty four August seventeenth corona rona go to sixty four DOT DOT COM F sixty four dot com makes me f sixty four live dot com if anybody hasn't gotten the connection f sixty four is the F. stopped after thirty two which we'd be lucky to find on many of these days yeah right yes to be that way up. My I think my hands at twenty two most doesn't do now yeah yeah so sixteen. Peter Reid Miller. Thank you so much. We're talking tech with us. I'm Jefferson Graham. You can find me on twitter at Jefferson Graham Peter they find it. Pia Read Miller Dot com is the best place or the osbournes photography with Peter Reid Miller on youtube all right. Thanks everyone for listening. I'll be back tomorrow with another wicket from the world attack these days businesses of all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name <unk> a brand new startup or something in between you WanNa make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools you need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online nine email marketing tools and accustom domain to name a few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your site anyway. You want plus. Everything is optimized for any.

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Spend the morning with Peter Read Miller

Talking Tech

04:11 min | 1 year ago

Spend the morning with Peter Read Miller

"Talking Tech is brought to you by WICKS DOT COM creatine published a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website. Today that's W.. I. X DOT COM in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of whic special offer for talking tech listeners. What if you can spend three hours with Peter Remillard learning all about sports photography that is on the agenda had f sixty four? It's a conference coming up soon. Peter Miller has a long career in sports. Photography used to C._B._S.. Sports most rated photographer doing football for the A._B._C.. Got A lot of great credentials. Tell everybody about what we can do with you. Well what we're GONNA do at f sixty four live is <hes>. We've got some players. We've got some college players who are GonNa come. Amount so we can really shoot because that's hard thing about sports. It's not like we can sit here and we can do class portrait photography in your garage essentially but to actually get people to shoot action. That's why all my workshops are centered around events here here. We've only got three hours so we've got <hes> a group football players are going to run some place for us. I will kind of warm everybody up by showing my work and then we'll go out. We'll shoot in the field and hopefully we'll have time to download and critique bills but the F. Sixty four cost together <hes> it's one hundred forty nine dollars and it's f sixty four live and they have a website which is for live dot com so you can check it out there until everybody the dates again August seventeenth okay through corona in the Corona Civic Center already. Tell everybody about you and you gotTa Youtube show now. Tell everybody about that well. I started doing youtube about a year ago and we've got I think fifteen sixteen videos up <hes> just different topics. Of Photography Sports Photography <hes> some critiques <hes> I talk about equipment. Sometimes I talk about editing workflow. It's it's an ongoing thing there we're going to actually we're going to <hes> film a couple more tomorrow morning so <hes> I'm. I'm just trying to get to word out help people out <hes> you know in key people informs share my knowledge and <hes> it's been a lot of fun and of course you did a book on sports photography. What's it's called period Miller sports photography however <hes> warning caveat it is now out of print? Oh okay so <hes> you can still find copies around the electronic copy e book still available recurrently of sixty four August seventeenth corona rona go to sixty four DOT DOT COM F sixty four dot com makes me f sixty four live dot com if anybody hasn't gotten the connection f sixty four is the F. stopped after thirty two which we'd be lucky to find on many of these days yeah right yes to be that way up. My I think my hands at twenty two most doesn't do now yeah yeah so sixteen. Peter Reid Miller. Thank you so much. We're talking with us. I'm Jefferson Graham. You can find me on twitter at Jefferson Graham Peter. How did they find it? Pia Read Miller Dot com is the best place or the osbournes photography with Peter Reid Miller on youtube all right. Thanks everyone for listening. I'll be back tomorrow with another wicket from the world attack these days businesses of all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name <unk> a brand new startup or something in between you WanNa make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools you need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online nine email marketing tools and accustom domain to name a few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your site anyway. You want plus. Everything is optimized for any.

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United Airlines extends cancellations of Boeing 737 MAX flights into August

Real Estate Buzz with Mary Ann Cadorna

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

United Airlines extends cancellations of Boeing 737 MAX flights into August

"Airlines said Friday, it is removing the troubled Boeing seven thirty seven max jets from its schedule through August. Third of move that goes beyond what United had planned with that decision. United said it will cancel about twenty four hundred flights in the busy June July travel window. The move puts the United in line with Southwest Airlines, and American Airlines, the other two US carriers with max jets. Both had already dropped the max from their schedules into August. All max jets grounded worldwide in March after a deadly crash, Pia, which was the second max crash in five

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World Bank Contest Aims to Help 1 Billion People Who Lack Proof of Identification

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:25 min | 1 year ago

World Bank Contest Aims to Help 1 Billion People Who Lack Proof of Identification

"I'm joined today in the studio by daring woods and his excellent Kiwi. Accent Darren Horia get I might. Yeah. I'm having it up daring, you have brought us not just an indicator, but a whole story to go along with that indicator. That's right. Today's indicator is one billion, and that's the number of people who don't have any official identification. According to the World Bank, nearly one in seven people have no possible. No, driver's license. Not even a best ticket to one in seven people in the whole world. Don't have any kind of ide-, and this is serious problem. Right. It can stop them from getting public services like food vouchers or opening a Bank account. And that's what happens when the government in the country in which you live doesn't even register that you exist. Yeah. And it's something that the World Bank is especially concerned about and so you're at World Bank headquarters in April to witness exactly what the World Bank was trying to do to change that. I had to see it myself. I was hearing that global faceless organization was encouraging governments to keep. Of everybody say I needed to know. It sounds scary. When you put it that way, you know, like some kind of dystopia in vision, those concerns are actually legitimate, and we're gonna get into that in the shar, why bad idea designed can have deadly consequences, and we'll go to the World Bank to see what they're doing about it with the kind of shot tank style pitch contest. Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from WordPress dot com with powerful site. Building tools and thousands of themes that us from users can launch site that's free to start with room to grow. Get fifteen percent off any new plan. Purchase at WordPress dot com slash indicator. Support also comes from Jimmy the regulated exchange making it easy to add bitcoin and other crypto currencies to your portfolio, protecting your investments with oversight and state of the art cybersecurity open a free account at Jim ni- dot com slash indicator. The idea came because I was actually at a meeting that we had internally. And I heard somebody else talk about an innovation challenge for a country that they were doing and I was thinking. We should think about doing something like that for that. Is why John D Desai, and it is her job to help places countries that want to build a good identification system for their citizens. She works at the World Bank. Would it be fit? Assay? Your job is to get a billion people. And I do know. So what we've been doing is supporting countries on their journey. There's a reason she's committed to this by Johnny says that the costs of not having an ID ends up hitting low income people the worst, even in the low income countries. It's the bottom twenty percent of the population. The poorest twenty percent off of the one billion people without any form of ID come from just five countries, India, Pakistan, bungalow dish, if yo- Pia and Nigeria for jumpy says getting an ID can really improve someone's life if done right? So whether it's being able to open up Bank account, or when you think about government. And they -bility for them to really deploy services making sure that they're the actual recipients of let's say cash subsidies, opening a Bank account in of itself is one thing. But it's also a gateway for a number of things like savings, and and greater empowerment and other things too. Not just banking. There's also voting healthcare government handouts, even getting a phone connection. All these things are really hard to do if you don't have an ID. Now, there's a few reasons why people tend not to have an ID first. There's the cost creating in maintaining national identity database is a really expensive business. India, for example, has been rolling out a huge idea programme since two thousand and nine it's called odd Har it's a twelve digit number tied to your fingerprint or to your IRA scan kind of like a social security number that recognizes your body or your iris. It's it's a little creepy over one point two billion people in India have an odd har- number. They use it for. Food subsidies for voting basically for participating in Indian society and to run this program. It is cost Indian government the equivalent of more than one and a half billion US dollars. And there's a couple of other reasons why so many people don't have ID, for example, women Bod from applying ideas themselves countries, like Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Benin, and then this trust some people don't want the government tracking them nothing for good reason. Yeah. Dentist is a really controversial area in part because it gives government so much control over what they know about their citizens. We need to build trust in the system. We don't want forms of ide- that can be harmful. It's not as simple as just giving every on a digital ID by jonky had a deep a- problem. How do you really leverage technology to solve some of these problems like lack of identification? But while also mitigating against. Some of the potential risks like on privacy and data protection. So to get the best ideas to support countries in building their identification systems. But Johnny set up this Silicon Valley like pitch contests and called it. Mission billion contestants from all over the globe came to World Bank headquarters in Washington DC in mid April to pitch their ideas in a PECS room over one hundred people somewhere hits it to listen in different languages, the momentum around this issue is utilize. These is an issue that arrived among the entries a way of securely sharing your address online number one question. What is endless? There was a web based platform that lets you take control of daughters used. Is yours forever. And those even a game called idee land one of the finalists. Toby Norman set off to the side. He was getting ready to pitch his idea to solve the trust problem. Give it pre pitch ritual. I usually try and take four really really Debretts big as I can go Norman, Ryan's nonprofit called sim prince simp- rinse makes fingerprint scanners to register people like for health services, and when he was trying to roll out this system simp- Ren's in Bangladesh, he hit a snag. How do you actually get genuine form consent from someone who said maybe three to five years of education in their entire lines? And Toby made it into the final six for this World Bank contest. So next up. We're going to have Toby Norman as our second finalist pitching today. Welcome Toby on the stage, Toby explained how he and his team came up with a tool to use audio recordings of trusted local leaders to ask for consent. We've worked with human rights lawyers from the university of Oxford to design a layered consent approach repropose embedding layered and after all six pitches. Lavina is simply

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Boeing CEO breaks silence after grounding of 737 Max planes

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Boeing CEO breaks silence after grounding of 737 Max planes

"In Dearborn. This job owing defending the company safety record declined to take any more then partial blame for two teddy crashes of its bestselling plane, even while say Monday that the company is nearly finished an update that will make the airplane, even safer chairman and CEO Dennis Muilenburg telling reporters questions or taking reporters questions for the first time since he accidents involving the Boeing seven thirty-seven max airplanes in Indonesia and THEO Pia killed three hundred

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Boeing CEO faces shareholders for first time since 737 MAX crashes

Steve Cochran

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Boeing CEO faces shareholders for first time since 737 MAX crashes

"Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg will meet with shareholders today for the first time since two deadly crashes forced the grounding of the seven thirty seven max Molin Berg. Wants to convince investors they can be confident in the future of the company and its fast as selling playing seven thirty seven max has been grounded since March crash killed one hundred fifty seven people in THEO Pia that was less than five months after a crash off Indonesia killed one hundred eighty nine

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"pia p" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"pia p" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Your next ground keepers, naturals, ballitser brain fuel, get ready. We all take some brainy on the pod. I know we could have given you one. So we were talking about, oh, always having to feeling like being on. Oh God, yes, social media. We were talking about, I said, a great weekend away with family out of the heat wave at a wonderful resort called Terry NIA. You were so wonderful and invited us out for the weekend. And then I, you know, well, did you post for them? And I was like, oh shit. Oh, Eli. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh shit. Oh shit. I think I was meant to post for them. We won't be invited not literally. Yeah, I'm not good at that. And speaking of friends that are really good of Pia p. has really good in town. She's really good at like putting voice through things young, really like it. It's she's not posting about. I don't think she's promoting anything beside no PA for the most part, but she's learning. She's promoting a lot of things like injustice to she did a lot about, you know what's going on in Mexico. New issue promotes a lot of things, but it feels real. I mean, there are things that she really like then then they really like her. She's really getting those things for free, and but you know, it's also helpful for people. They're looking at her and saying, well, what? What is she doing? Show me show me the real day in the life and then you know she tags everybody. Yeah, and that's how the world goes round. And I'm really. Bad at that. I know you ever stress over that or no, or it's just kind of like, I don't do it, that'd be deal. I don't know if that comes fully naturally to. Sometimes it happens. Sometimes it happens sometimes all you know, have like too many marches and then she's a flurry of stories. Everything seems really interesting to me and. Like eight stories. I'm getting busy brain dust. I can. I can do this. I get it. I can't. You know. A crash. Are you projector, do you know your human design? Somebody gave me my human design and the emailed it to me and shoot, I could probably Email guess figure it out. I feel like that too was social media. I'm like, I don't know. Oh, you more? Yes. Generator. Yup. I actually don't know what a just a manifester. I don't know either as we'll have to look that up. Yeah, makes magic. Who knows? I'm an intro makes. I, I'm serious introvert. What does that look like in your life? I mean, it's so weird because it looks like I'm on podcasts and it looks like I'm smiling for pictures, and it looks like I'm getting up with headsets on doing panels and signing books and smiling and loving it. And I am in the moment. Melania really nice do now. This feels totally normal, but I think you know, like my deep soul, desire and inclination is always to be. Yeah. Hi, I, you know. And so the Instagram's stories, it's like a much better at doing other people or the thing that's in front of me. I'm not one to flip the camera on myself. I only started taking selfies when I got myself a host man. Let me know because he goes on tour on, then I got it. Like, you know, send the sexy Salty's. Do that, and then my phone stolen by pervert. And then I started to be stocked for like eight. Oh my God. Yeah, the due to my yoga studio. Oh, my God had all my sexy pictures on my phone and every time I was in yoga, he would take my phone and sent himself my pictures, oh my God, and then blackmailed me with them. Why. Who is this person? His name is. I feel like we should just out him right now rank, but that might be a fair you work at the golden golden bridge yoga, sorry, all yet. No, let's out this person right now. I'm all about Frank Perez or something, Frank Peres front desk at a bunch of different Hollywood Nogal bridge. No, they don't have it anymore in Santa Monica, Santa Monica. They rebranded was there was like seven or eight girls that he was doing this to..

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"pia p" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"pia p" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Your next ground keepers, naturals, ballitser brain fuel, get ready. We all take some brainy on the pod. I know we could have given you one. So we were talking about, oh, always having to feeling like being on. Oh God, yes, social media. We were talking about, I said, a great weekend away with family out of the heat wave at a wonderful resort called Terry NIA. You were so wonderful and invited us out for the weekend. And then I, you know, well, did you post for them? And I was like, oh shit. Oh, Eli. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh shit. Oh shit. I think I was meant to post for them. We won't be invited not literally. Yeah, I'm not good at that. And speaking of friends that are really good of Pia p. has really good in town. She's really good at like putting voice through things young, really like it. It's she's not posting about. I don't think she's promoting anything beside no PA for the most part, but she's learning. She's promoting a lot of things like injustice to she did a lot about, you know what's going on in Mexico. New issue promotes a lot of things, but it feels real. I mean, there are things that she really like then then they really like her. She's really getting those things for free, and but you know, it's also helpful for people. They're looking at her and saying, well, what? What is she doing? Show me show me the real day in the life and then you know she tags everybody. Yeah, and that's how the world goes round. And I'm really. Bad at that. I know you ever stress over that or no, or it's just kind of like, I don't do it, that'd be deal. I don't know if that comes fully naturally to. Sometimes it happens. Sometimes it happens sometimes all you know, have like too many marches and then she's a flurry of stories. Everything seems really interesting to me and. Like eight stories. I'm getting busy brain dust. I can. I can do this. I get it. I can't. You know. A crash. Are you projector, do you know your human design? Somebody gave me my human design and the emailed it to me and shoot, I could probably Email guess figure it out. I feel like that too was social media. I'm like, I don't know. Oh, you more? Yes. Generator. Yup. I actually don't know what a just a manifester. I don't know either as we'll have to look that up. Yeah, makes magic. Who knows? I'm an intro makes. I, I'm serious introvert. What does that look like in your life? I mean, it's so weird because it looks like I'm on podcasts and it looks like I'm smiling for pictures, and it looks like I'm getting up with headsets on doing panels and signing books and smiling and loving it. And I am in the moment. Melania really nice do now. This feels totally normal, but I think you know, like my deep soul, desire and inclination is always to be. Yeah. Hi, I, you know. And so the Instagram's stories, it's like a much better at doing other people or the thing that's in front of me. I'm not one to flip the camera on myself. I only started taking selfies when I got myself a host man. Let me know because he goes on tour on, then I got it. Like, you know, send the sexy Salty's. Do that, and then my phone stolen by pervert. And then I started to be stocked for like eight. Oh my God. Yeah, the due to my yoga studio. Oh, my God had all my sexy pictures on my phone and every time I was in yoga, he would take my phone and sent himself my pictures, oh my God, and then blackmailed me with them. Why. Who is this person? His name is. I feel like we should just out him right now rank, but that might be a fair you work at the golden golden bridge yoga, sorry, all yet. No, let's out this person right now. I'm all about Frank Perez or something, Frank Peres front desk at a bunch of different Hollywood Nogal bridge. No, they don't have it anymore in Santa Monica, Santa Monica. They rebranded was there was like seven or eight girls that he was doing this to..

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"pia p" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

14:08 min | 3 years ago

"pia p" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"The first week of September you can't really collision Tanya you can collude after that some people say that colluding Labor Day is like an old is been so good about this is one of the best sources for data on on healthcare today they said that much higher premiums for some one point five million people with pre exist conditions and again all of this is about math they can claim all they want that they're going to help people with preexisting conditions that they're gonNA take care but they're gonNA take care of it but it doesn't matter if they can be charged more charge hugh sums honey depending on a pre existing condition is there also being kind of just to get into the details here they're playing fast and loose they wanna get a CBO score but they want to do it without cruise amendment because they know it will damage the score but they need a score to move forward so the being very shifty I have a question I'm sorry I don't quite get in there so so this amendment would allow two different plans and one of them would allow you to pick a cheaper one because you don't have a pre existing condition no so the way woodwork and again this is all changing all the time even Ted Cruz is an exactly sure he's been he's been adjusting this all the way through famous Wonka Ted Cruz he was on the Ted Cruz Amendment cruise is he is smart but I think that he like this is pretty dumb so I think he's kind of like he keeps talking about how he's going to change it and they're making all these basically they keep making all these adjustments because they know the same problem exists that basically people with different kinds of plants but just to get into the details of it so there are these requirements that what health insurance has to cover this is sort of just that plants have to cover he's ten things either things like ambulance rides and basic preventative medicine and Republicans don't like that because it does mean that insurance has to be more robust and that does meaning that your out of pocket costs your premiums maybe a bit higher even though your insurance is better in there when you need to take constant optional ambulance rides if you just call three one one they will just you use it like Uber Yeah exactly like my hospitals at my house girlfriend's doctor anyway take me home I'm GonNa give you five stars if you give me is there like sir this is a fucking ambulance I'm blue cross so these they're these essential have health benefits that obamacare required insurance to cover basically Ted Cruz the gist of it is some of the plans will have to cover this stuff and some of the plans won't and basically this is the problem alum that if you're somebody with pre existing condition if you're somebody that needs better healthcare you're gonNA end up buying the more expensive plans that cover more things and people that more catastrophic coverage or people that want healthcare that's bit skimpier because they're healthy and young and they'll end up the cheaper plans this the thing is if this is the problem we all end up paying for healthcare it's all just yet another it's interesting these guys complain for so long that Obamacare was technocratic government bureaucrats making all decisions and the second they got the chance to write a bill they took obamacare they use the same the same system and then they just they're like we just want a different set of technocrats which want different set of rules like Ted Cruz amendment is a complicated jury rigged bit of nonsense to buy off some votes but it's not gonNa make healthcare better for anybody just going to get more expensive for the people that need so won't it just fail again so that's the question we don't like you know we don't want to be overly optimistic here I think we should be we should be hopeful but we have to fight because Mitch McConnell's crafty and he can buy some votes and now there are some moderates who seem like they are hard nosed people like Dean Heller Nevada Nevada I did that was I just want to leave that because I am sick of people telling me to say that when I usually say that and once in a while Nevada slips in and these Nevada people they go they go.

"pia p" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

08:54 min | 3 years ago

"pia p" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"She's a comedian in who after a visit degree with her father created a short documentary on refugees from Syria called can't do nothing which is also the name of our organization she's a wonderful actress she's joining playing squirrel girl in Marvel's new show warrior trip she comedian a writer Conan her see so comedy special forty five jokes about my dead dad you can see that now Laurie Kilmartin music comedian writer and host of many failed food TV shows and he can be seen this year opening for John Mullany on tour all across North America one of my favorite comic Caracazo vestry I would just like to start by saying I'm so happy you finish that Burger I just finished watching Oprah and I couldn't handle it just hasn't been brain washed yet like how spiracy so thank you decided to stop eating super Eric Gla- dribble to finish watching it I couldn't yeah well I'm a little dead inside so it helps all right let's get into it what are we so so here's where we're at in November of twenty two of two thousand sixteen Russia's deputy foreign ministers Sergei something is quoted by the Interfax news agency that quote there were contacts with influential people connected to Mr Trump the trump campaign veep Mickley denied any conversations between themselves Russia and then all of a sudden this week in response to the fact that the New York Times was actively investigating a specific meeting donald trump junior had at trump tower donald trump junior tweeted his emails that documented exactly what people said he did so this Guy Rob Goldstone googled rob Goldstone if you've not given yourself that little that little treat in a dark time you know that ice cream sandwich after a terrible meal and good scarf Egypt leaves a great looking like a Turkey Burger he said as he said the following the crown prosecutor Russia offered to provide the trump campaign with me official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary Clinton and her dealings with Russia and would be very useful to your father this is obviously very high level and sensitive but it is Russia and its government support for Mr Trump so I have a question please and offering the the the question is why did he tweet these himself just because he was afraid they were going to leak somehow so it's unclear sure I think the tweeting because a high quality person he's a person as well wish we could be that I didn't think of that because of all of the things he said and done Pamela Anderson's boyfriend tell him to tweet that Shit that sounds about right it's very difficult you know I feel as stupid people playing chess and smart people playing checkers ends up looking the same John Peter out what's going on so this Guy Rob Goldstone says offering on sorry wow No I was just going to say I speak Russian so if you need any of the Russian last name is pronounced I'm your girl you know what we're going to go back he Eba need Russia announced I is this the foreign met this is collusion up because if you L. it spit while you say it it's how you say in Russian like if you have a real milky mouth for you said it'll cough bark it hookah I don't know that I can pull that off you kind of way about you that you can get away with it for me I think it'd be pudding thank you so much and then aiming to me so rob Goldstone he sets the table he puts the batter on deck he also does it on facebook did you see that yes he's very active on facebook it is also worth noting that rob did check into trump tower which is fucking amazing tearing for a meeting so British music publicist isn't discreet that's ridiculous to me man again if you haven't googled rob Goldstone set aside a good twenty to thirty minutes between things yourself that treat his facebook as of this moment is still open yeah again bananas he's One of Steve Gugans best character yeah so he says rob Goldstone a sensitive a man with what kind of world famous tact obviously people that work with Russian pop stars very famous for their taxi says this is obviously very high level and sensitive information but as part of Russia and government support for Mr Trump's and now donald trump junior who's obviously sophisticated and savvy person he responds please do not send emails like this unfortunately I obviously couldn't have such a meeting this would likely be illegal at the very least would be immoral unfortunately I do have to let our council no and they'll probably be contacting the FBI is the presidential campaign in the it states of America we take that very seriously and obviously while we welcome information from all kinds of people it's actually important is that politics stops at the water's edge and as much as we would love this kind of information we couldn't accept it from foreign power especially one that's been so adversarial America's interests because we put America first and as much as we disagree with Hillary Clinton the end of the day that's not the I'm sorry guys I miss read it he said he said I love it I will I'm going to do it in my donald trump junior will especially later in the summer that brilliant mind now there's been an internal debate about media as to whether later in the summer made more sense to him because he was thinking strategically as the campaign heats up after Labor Day or whether he did have a vacation planned in Kabul oh and we don't know the answer to that so this all kind of collusion after Labor Day it's kind of classic style thing one thing and that is sort of pass say it's sort of like from a different time like when people wore hats and now you can include all year all year long especially if you're like a warmer climate you're in Miami you can't collude after Labor Day it's eighty five degrees what are you talking about have opinion Kaluga bad puns okay whatever new t-shirt so the president's who has Ah Donald trump he he fired up a series of tweets he said my son Donald did a good job last night on John How did he we're GonNa get to that he was open apparent and innocence this is the greatest witch hunt a political history I love open transparent an innocent it's such a funny way to describe your kid as his high quality open transfer inherent an innocent now what I like about that is it can it's almost like a confuses means and ends right it's like he if he's innocent the within transparent almost beside the point right like he's he's actually he's actually transparent and quite guilty I think the trick also like the way describe as high quality reminds me of like how Don cheadle in boogie nights describes stereos is high fidelity like this right here is the highest possible quality you can get just like so hopped up on rails of cocaine trying to sell thousand dollars areas to people in the valley often projects qualities on other people and this is not him at all that's what I don't understand about this donald trump quote yeah so again deeply strange it's interesting we can spend a second on this because I do think.

"pia p" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

15:49 min | 3 years ago

"pia p" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"Services extend far beyond that legalzoom put together a national network of independent attorneys who can provide legal advice and answer questions you might have about running your own business because let's face it so you've done this work and I think we had a phone call we did but no what you've taught you talk to me about how the fact that this has been incredibly well received but at the same time Olausson Yada those Kameda attleboro brainwave then on the other in my all of these people are feeling the pressure of supporting their families back at single out of Haiti go on our amazing parent company participant media they're doing and using the pen they're great films documentaries and they're doing a documentary called human give you one opportunity to spend the rent we obviously we don't know where it's going to land we don't know what the topic's going to be that's part of okay maybe I'll take it maybe he'll take it so Jesse let's see what the Real Fun I love when you do games on this thing let's see what the store okay so some of the topics on this week's rant wheel again we don't know where it will land Talk I'm not wait yes I was on the office actors played characters that is what it says this is the rant wheel let's spin it and why don't you go ahead and take it maybe I'll take it maybe we'll see we'll see it seems to have landed on I'm not I'm not dwight who should take this one okay I'm going I am not Dwight Sh- roots okay I played a character for two hundred episodes and it was an some character and he was a beet farmer that doesn't mean that you should hand me beets and beet jokes every time I go into starbucks and ask if they have like a B laptop or or something like that and don't hand me reams of paper and don't say facts to me and don't ask me bear as best because I am a human being of service to the women and girls of Haiti and to others in this Senate and I am not pete farmer so fuck you and thank you for watching the show the office thank you for watching the winning show the guys put your hands together for Rain Wills Day thank you when we come back our fantastic panel don't go anywhere it love it or leave it there's more on the way love it or leave it is brought to you by Tommy John are you doing on stage read the ads too I don't know what you want I don't know what you want doing it we didn't practice or play I as a weather up and gets more humid pay close attention to how your current boxers feel the hotter you get the more you'll sweat and acting get pretty uncomfortable as uncomfortable as talking about your underwear with two of your bro Buddies but you can end the discomfort once and for all with Tommy John we mentioned them every week we're share your whereby now we talk about our swamp bass but this say men's underwear company that has redefined the level of comfort guys can expect from their base their standard cotton underwear just can't handle the extra amount of sweat you get this time of year do you find that John I do Tommy Johns sure moisture wyking fabrics pull perspiration right off your body then evaporated four to five times faster than traditional fabrics to keep you cooler it really makes a difference in hot weather okay let's jump to the end it's out of Control I'm wearing Tommy John Right now and I'm sweating buckets and it's because I'm on stage there was a lot going on today and so you know I always wear Tommy John it's my Go-to I endorse if you're donald trump junior and you just shit your pants because you're going to jail it's the best you'll ever wear guarantee your it's free hurt a total dot com slash love it to save up to twenty percent on your first order that's Tommy John Dot com slash Levin for twenty percent off Your First Order Dhamma John Dot com I love it and we're back very excited to welcome our panel to help break down the week.