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"pink gin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:42 min | 5 months ago

"pink gin" Discussed on KOMO

"News 1000 FM. 97 7, winner of the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for best newscast. Suspicious letter addressed to President Trump. The White House has been intercepted in the past week. Through the mail screening process as a government official to ABC news ending it's being investigated by federal law enforcers, and there's no threat to the public. Mourners in front of the Supreme Court's makeshift memorial is there the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in earlier days as an attorney She led the fight against discrimination against women in the laws, people reciting Kaddish, Jewish mourner's prayer job of the storm. Veda now stuck stationary over the northwestern Gulf of Mexico Center about 320 Miles east southeast of Corpus Christi, Texas. Storm surge warning is now in effect for portions of the Texas coast from Port Aransas Toa High Island, including Galveston Bay, the U. K could be seeing another lock down because of a surgeon Corona virus cases in Newcastle and evening curfew has been in effect now. Chuck's Iverson ABC News News 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon is to 31 I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center. We have much cleaner air around western Washington today. Rain and some wind moved in in the last 12 hours. And right now, almost all the air quality readings west of the Cascades air Good. Eastern side of the state has moderate air quality levels, with some unhealthy areas remaining near the Idaho and Canadian borders. Local tributes for Ruth Bader Ginsburg continue to pour in following her death comas. John Marino talked with one of her former law clerks, Elizabeth Porter, who is now a professor at U Dub. Ginsberg herself faced discrimination coming out of law school and turn that into a lifelong quest for equality for all Americans. I think she wass absolutely the best sort of patriot. Aside from a storied career, Porter says Ginsberg loved art and music and was surrounded by people She loved. I can celebrate a beautiful Joyous life well lived. Whatever happens next, Professor Porter says she hopes the legitimacy of the Supreme Court doesn't get dragged down by political scheming in the upcoming appointment process. Let's comb was Joel Marina reporting. Kham was Malaysian, reads Governor Jay Inslee statement on Ginsberg's death, saying, We lost one of the greatest American Patriots to ever serve on the U. S. Supreme Court. He went on to say Justice Ginsburg was a public servant who kept America true to its purpose. She never shied away from vigorously dissenting when the court set back the course of justice. Ainsley is among the dozens of politicians and celebrities taking to social media to mourn Justice Ginsburg. They also include former President Bill Clinton, who appointed her. Clinton called Ginsberg a magnificent judge on a wonderful person. And just minutes after we learned about pink gins birds death, the political battle started brewing in the Senate. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell valve that whoever president Trump nominates to replace Justice Ginsberg will get a vote on the Senate floor. Even with the election less than 45 days away, that is sparking outrage from the other side of the aisle. Democrats are calling on McConnell to wait until after the November 3rd election. Put a nominee on the floor just days before her death. Ginsberg dictate a statement to her granddaughter, saying, quote My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed. And the Pierce County Sheriff's Office is working to identify a woman hit and killed by an S U V. Last night near Frederickson happened around 9 30 along 78th Avenue.

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"pink gin" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"pink gin" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"That was fizzy pink gin even a little sweet and it was just you know the opposite the pretension that I had seen everywhere else at the white industry and I thought like okay. This is the spirit of why this is really what I want this my career to what was the why she I drinking. Do you remember cerrone Buji from the eastern southeastern portion of France. So she liked boozy wine. Exactly what a memory. That's amazing do you have a photo of you and Julia. People didn't really take photos of everything back then. No but you'd have a Selfie with her exactly you know. My daughter's really obsessed with her. At my six year old daughter. She watches the cooking shows. And so we just went to visit the American History Museum. That has her kitchen now. There and my daughter. We took a picture of my daughter standing next to her at me. You know what Julie has picture and everything all of. It's amazing. How incredible that you were able able to have that experience to things you mentioned? I WANNA go back to you. Mentioned the term auction worthy wines. What's an auction? where the wine? Well it's really a wind that will appreciate with time so there's a sense that there's a future to the wine and then there is perhaps a rarity element that it's not so easily found for various reasons and and so those are the types of things that sell well when I worked at auction at Christie's and I read that you tried the first vintage of Dom perignon that truly. It's how how old was that. Wine Nineteen Twenty one. Oh Oh I just assumed they were way older than that. Yeah no champagne. Isn't that old and then dom perignon that was their first commercial release still exciting. Styling sold still old. How did it taste you know it was incredible? It still still had a little bit of bubbles and it had this kind of sea air magic to it and it was a relic of the era of Doris Duke. It was part heard of her collection. And you know family endeavours of Duke University and an incredible female wine collector and very powerful woman and so the hat that made it even more special that it was part of this collection and stored so well that you could actually still taste the bubbles. Had you get to try. That worked at Christie's when I actually came in as a summer intern in between my years of business school at Harvard Business School and we sold her collection. And when you sell sale like that you need to open some bottles to make sure that everything is in good condition so exciting okay. So we're jumping around a little. I want to go back to the fact that you worked as a psalm at the restaurant in Boston. Can anyone call themselves a Somaly. Well many people do certainly but technically of Somalia is someone who's in the service of wine so wine steward and so you may know a lot about wine. A lot of people know awful awful lot about wine. But they're not in that service aspect. What do you mean in that service aspect you know working at a restaurant serving wine to people recommending and serving the wine and there's it's a real art to not only knowing a lot about wine and being able to taste and identify wine? Which of course you do when you take these wine exams and things but to be able to know how to prepare her and serve the wine to somebody decanted are very old bottles of the sediment in its here decanting over candle and you're recommending wind people and you really? I loved the job. Because you're taking care of people and I love that role nurturing people to cancel over a candle so you can actually see the sediment and not poured into someone's glass corroborate. It could spend a lot of money on fancy old bottle of wine. You don't want a mouthful of statement and you don't want to heat the wine either which people think you're using the for that's funny okay. So do you have to do you have to get certified though to call yourself Assam. No you don't now. There is in addition to being Somali. Ah By vocation or you know the job you're doing there's also certifications that you can get through the court of Master sommeliers and things like that so you can become a certified sommelier. A master Sommelier for example. For those things you have exams okay but when you go to a restaurant and someone says let me introduce your sommelier and someone comes to the table. They're not necessarily someone who's gone to school to be Assam but they could be correct. Okay they could have just trained on the job. Got It all right. What do you do next next well? I've been traveling around the world and I've been meeting with all these people in the wine industry and experiencing the wine industry and I thought okay. There's more that can be done in the wine industry. I thought I I really WanNa make an impact. I wanted to help revolutionize this kind of archaic business and so I thought well I could use a few more tools and that's when I applied hi to and went to Harvard Business School. Okay so at the time you said you were working with two women at the restaurant. The wind director and white manager and men on winds up that you worked at was it rare to to be working with women in the wine industry. I mean you were working with wine buyers you're visiting the growers in the vineyards and all of that make sure you meeting a lot of women along the way not at all pretty much. Everyone was a man and even the owners of the restaurants remained majority of the servers. They are certainly most of our clients. We know when you go to talk to someone who wants to speak to the Somali. Usually it was a man to it was very unusual. You know I've talked to clued about this a lot when you go out to eat. And the check automatically gets dropped in front of the man even if you're the one paying or if they bring out someone orders a steak and someone orders a salad. The woman automatically gets the salad dropped in in front of her. How did you approach a table? Yeah absolutely I was mixed gender. That's such a great question because I think this is one of the benefits of having more women in these wind service roles in wine and general working in wine because there's no assumption there because I know you know often when I ordered the wine at at the table and I know much more about wine than my husband and often they bring it to him to taste so I've had that experience of being on the other side and really you know it's communication because whoever's they've ordered the wine with or whatever should be the person to receive that first taste and assessment of the wine I think it's changing slowly slowly. Holy it fans that. I'm always surprised at how often it happens. That the person doesn't bring me the wind to taste and you know it's funny because it's not uneven about a big honor to be the first person to taste it all it's really just about confirming that this is what you ordered and assessing the condition condition of the wine which the person is ordered. It should be in the best shape to do that. So your non encountering a lot of women I would imagine that also means that you're not encountering a lot of women of color. Although the wind director Alicia towns who is the woman who hired me there is an African American woman and she now works with me on. My records are working on your project. Now I didn't realize that's how you met. Yeah okay very exciting. We'll go back to her and what you are up to these days okay. You're at Harvard. Yes Harvard you know. It was a whole new world even though I've been part of the business world in some senses and things like that when you go to Harvard that's like the big leagues and so again when I told everybody there oh I work in wine. It was really unusual and they all kind of a double Teigen's had like you. You can right. Okay okay I always love that aspect of like breaking down people's beliefs about what wine expert should look like and I met some fabulous people and I brought up the old tradition of doing the wine tastings in my dorm. Rooms didn't have a dorm room Ben. But I started hosting wine tastings again. Just little group wine tastings and found and yes. This is what I love doing. I love igniting that passion in people. That aren't moment when they first phone number. Fine we'll be right back with genie row. Okay after this quick break. Are you daydreaming about culinary school again. Make this the year your dreams become.

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"pink gin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"pink gin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Vaso is the first police officer in an elder care facility to get a wish fulfill. When the police are honoring one of their own one of their. Finest there actually honoring themselves in the future. They see that what they're doing here. Not be forgotten. Steve thomma, KYW, NewsRadio. And now ten twenty five it's money news on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Ed Corry Jin producers have been enjoying a rise in popularity for the alcoholic drink especially overseas in Europe. Flavored Jan is all the rage William grant and sons a Scottish distiller makes Hendrick's gin. Cucumber pink gin from impera door, distillers in the Philippines is flavored with berries. Thank you take Jefferies analyst Edward Monday, thinks the proliferation of exotic Jin flavors could be assigned. The gin, craze is waning. It was for vodka, which he says, became over reliant on flavors. Here's Bloomberg's Lisa fan. And the analysts were saying is that the US is also untapped opportunity at your Ryan Reynolds hopes, the boom comes to the US he owns aviation. American gin aviation an American original down by Canadian with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Ed Corry, former vice president and presidential candidate, Joe Biden, didn't mince words today at a rally in Philadelphia. He told the crowd he's the candidate to beat Donald Trump. That's ahead in three minutes. I was looking for a better way to check in on our house while I was at work and a friend recommended blink. I was skeptical, but decided to give it a shot, and I bought a blink camera system with our last security system. Fath-.

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"pink gin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The least dependable brands were landrover Volvo, Dodge, Ram and Acura. I'm John Stolnis. The house of representatives has approved a resolution cutting off US military support to the Saudi led coalition in Yemen. More from CBS news correspondent they'll Rakoff with a two forty eight to one seventy seven vote with one member voting present the house approved the measure, which also has support in the Senate lawmakers from both parties are uneasy over the humanitarian crisis in Yemen. And they're skeptical of the US partnership with the Saudi led coalition per ticket. After the kingdom's alleged role in the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi if the Bill passes the Senate, it would be the first time that congress has used the War Powers resolution to remove US troops from military action. The president is threatening a veto they'll Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill. Japan becomes a chocoholic stream around Valentine's Day, local custom has long dictated that women by sweets to show appreciation to their bosses. Male co workers, and husbands Japanese women are starting to spend their Valentine's Day yen on themselves. Japan's billion dollar Valentine's Day market is increasingly about Japanese women treating themselves to chocolate often with eye-popping price tax popular items include artistically, designed dainty boxes containing just a few artisanal chocolates, but costing more than the largest Whitman's sampler with flavors like pink gin, organic ri- bread crumbs and Jamaican pepper, Valentine's chocolate is less about Rome. Nance and war about self-indulgence Lucy. Craft CBS news Tokyo, Haiti Perry's fashion line has pulled two types of shoes after some people compared them to black face. It's not her song lyrics that.

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"pink gin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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"pink gin" Discussed on Crooked Conversations

Crooked Conversations

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on Crooked Conversations

"So yeah. So. Wasn't a big change. But yeah, when mom was elected to be governor of Texas, actually was just talking about her yesterday because I was thinking about the difference. It made not just when it was amazing to have a progressive woman governor of Texas. But the other thing was that she herb commitment was look. We're going to open up the government to everybody, right? No longer is like behind closed doors and she appointed more women more LGBTQ folks, more people of color to every commission to boards to all the things that governors get to do more than every single governor combined. And it completely changed what was happening in Texas. And I go back there now and you know the folks that Ron Kirk, who was a recessionary state, you know, went on to become an all who was mayor of Dallas. He was a served for President Obama just there's just person after person. And so that's one of the most important things about these elections as it's not just the person who's actually get. Elected, it's the impact they can make in a, you know, lift lifting other folks and bringing them with bringing him with them. I mean, that's what it's all about that some port to emulate talking one of the young people's envying New York, just about being able to certain spaces. And even me as myself, like sitting here being, I'll do interview with you for cricket media, but being able to use our platforms in our voices to make sure that others who don't always have a seat at the table are with us, and it's a package still pink. Gin Z's really good about that from what I've seen. I think we're very one of the most imp- empathize pick generations to come. But also I think because we have access to so many people stories is it's amazing, so but growing up again, under Ann Richards in being engaged in politics or around the political scene for a long time. Do you see how that has affected to you in your life's path was at a big influence completely. I mean. Other other kids were growing up, you know, I think you know their families bold and we did politics that was just kind of how it was. I mean, it was a middle of my dad was really involved in representing. He was a lawyer. He is a lawyer was representing folks who were conscientious objectors the Vietnam war, and my mom was really involved in the farmers movement and the women's movement. And so it just kind of, I mean, I think what I grew up to believe and I was really, I was really born under a lucky star. Having the family I did was that you know, you're kinda on this earth to make a difference in if you have the privilege, which I have. I am a woman of enormous privilege because I could choose what I did for a living, right? Yeah. And to have that privilege and be able to choose to try to make a difference in the world is something that you can't waste. And so you know, it's interesting. I spent a lot of my early years organizing women who were they were hotel workers. They were janitors they were. They worked in a garment factories and a lot of these women. They didn't have any options, right? It didn't have any other choice. And yet they were so brave there. The women that still inspire me because they were willing to organize and try to fight for something better. Even though you know they were just barely holding on. But if they always if they could do better for themselves, that would mean something better for their family and their kids. And so anyway, I feel like that was kind of the message I got growing up and and also that which I think is really important is that activism is a joyful pursuit. You know, you may lose a lot in if you're if you know if you're fighting for things that are really hard, you're going to lose, but then you're gonna win and you're gonna meet amazing people along the way. Yes. I mean, I'm here with you bury our friends. It works out, hey, I'm went to Brienne and you're listening to my interview sill Richards from Planned Parenthood. We'll have more after the break..

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"pink gin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on KOMO

"Anything like that you, could just hop your. Way through. This neighborhood just going from Colorado genyk coffee shop to. Another and then there's there's just lots to keep you busy there and? If you want a little bit of an escape right next right next, to the big Ashur neighborhood is Chinatown and there's one of my favorite urban escape switches the doctor Sampson classical Chinese gardens. And it's such a beautiful piece of You know just an amazing little weight way to get away from the, chaos of the city by escaping to that garden. Nice some of the other ones, that are kind of the outlying ones Say along the north Vancouver waterfront let's talk about those because you're kind of going across the bridge and kinda getting really out of town right, yeah north Vancouver is a really popular place to check out right now on. The shipyards district is, an Austin, area that you could do easily from downtown Vancouver because we have the sea bass which goes right from downtown waterfront station in, Vancouver right over to, lower Lonsdale and that. Bus is I think to seventy five or, so for per person to get on to the fifteen minutes to cross and in the lower. Lonzo area there's a farmer's market especially on Friday nights they have an evening. Market during the summer and there's lots of cool little shops and. Boutiques in that, area to, check out, as well so you also got. An amazing, view of the downtown area from, that side, so definitely worth popping over if you have an extra after noon and of course Granville island I mean that. Is. That is a must I mean it's our pike place times ten Not to say anything's wrong with our pike, place? Because. I love pike place market but Granville island is just incredible it's home to so many artisans a lot of great little shops there as well and quirky things like an apron shopper broom, shop on an awesome distillery called liberty distilleries which has this really fun pink. Gin if you're into, that and, also I love the market itself as you mentioned because there's amazing cheesemakers and makers and all those fun kind of elements for, great pick next to, you could definitely wander. Around there and there's a new restaurant on, island as well it's actually in a converted shipping container and it's the brainchild of four high. Profile Vancouver shops started this casual eatery it's just walk up take counter service. And it's called peanut canteen it's a really cool new spot on. The islands before, it's definitely, worth checking, out again awesome perfect a couple. Of other, secrets of Granville island plus more Or on the Vancouver neighborhoods just at our backyard coming up as adventure await continues if you feel different you. Drive different find out how afterward from our partner are you one of those people. Who thinks it's okay to drive. Stone I mean what's, the worst that can happen you end up. Driving below the speed limit it's no big deal right wrong the truth it's your reaction. Times. Low. Way down with your hot you're not only put yourself Nature put everyone around talk. About it was stop kidding It's not okay to, drive hot if you've been using. Marijuana in any form. Do not. Get behind the. Wheel if you feel different you Dr this. Dr high get a DUI paid for. By nitsa friends don't let, friends drive drunk or hi if your friend is high take away their car keys according. To nitsa from two thousand seven to two thousand fifteen marijuana usage doubled. Among drivers killed in crashes in two thousand fifteen forty two, percent of, drivers killed in. Crashes tested positive for drugs high stoned wasted or drunk no matter how you, say it impaired driving is illegal and..

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"pink gin" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

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"pink gin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Dawn thanks for being here every one of you have a good morning will be a weekend super bowl weekend it is over land in the history books half on atlanta have a good time next year we're going to talk about the concerts pink gin j low and kelly clarkson had one yesterday all the parties all the celebrity sightings will break down the commercials as well the game itself uh so don't go anywhere that's coming up on a very fun three hours here let's start with but we're going to begin this six o'clock hour with justin timberlake halftime performance at the super bowl what's just start with our basic review so lax what did you think i like did he did a prints tribute but i thought overall it was very forgettable really yeah i pigs national anthem was more memorable than his entire performance he also didn't think much now i also didn't see some of the mic issue lewis but as well as i'm watching him with wait a second really rely on that tracker or that you know his tracking of the bag anchor haines yes so yes into that many songs from his new album which i was kind of hoping a little bit for and there were no gas and i know i was in american janet or maybe in sink but it just any too many dancers i couldn't find them sometimes and they're like a camouflage shirt on anyway i guess overall forgettable for me how 'bout you guys dawn i was watching the post at the amc theater so i just watched to recap all guy just watched a recap of it this morning so i do i feel like yeah it was a i i did like the prince tribute him in that i think that was great i'm really glad they did that for minnesota but i think it was kind of lacklustre from what i saw but now i have sure in a stadium they had a blast because he he hyped everybody up there's nothing that made me go oh my gosh this is so exciting in.

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"pink gin" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on WCHS

"Claes dumb we welcome you back inside sitting at statewide sportsline please welcome to the program the host of football night in west virginia mike floreal pro football talk dot com horreya we pick up a bill good how're you did you looked at music you know i didn't hear it clicked over after the no vital i had some country music on their bills act brown i mean you know you have a bond and everything i thought the be i you know you guys like ever play music in the bond like you have given bull and joanne music yeah we do we do we do pinal you can afford it depends upon what type of saw legal beverages pink gin at night the music style was influenced by that and that yeah i can understand that like you could have like white wine would have a certain difference sound than perhaps a brown drink there is no winding the barn really it's a wine freeze on even a strong like have been a very strong bold red you wouldn't even do like a strong bold red like a cab that makes your you're you're just like crushed when do the knack interesting rinker haven't ruled it out had averaged a no high conflict completely understand um before we jump ahead the week two of these football playoffs low officiating issue here and there during week number one huh yeah and you know that they really do have a problem the question is will they ever it it it planned to you know who was the head of officiating song i afternoon podcast a couple of weeks ago he left for fox in may after the uh the league had had revamped some of the procedures and he had been in that job for several years and and i estimates the league hasn't even threats about him getting away and he said pointblank he doesn't think that value that position and you got currently in the nile river on i i think in some respects you over excuse a little bit and it's a big job it's really the second most important job behind commissioner especially during the season in fact you could argue it's the most important job in the league office during the season because it what's commissioner really do during the season so i i uh i i hope they get it fixed and i.

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"pink gin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on KOMO

"The day with that glorious sunrise so much that fillon up social media because of the pink gin orgy tinges out there kinmen up over mount rainier now we're heading into an overcast neither a couple sprinkles out there closer to the ocean beaches in particular overnight lows dropping off into the mid thirty's for most of us a little bit warmer thanks to get intact and by that blanket of overcast partial clearing tomorrow with highs in the mid 40s will see the rain back by thursday in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell shower forty two degrees in seattle stay connected stay informed this is komo news komo news time eight five art sanders top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center looking county as a new sheriff ag promises there will be changes in the way her department's run couples pete combs talked with sheriff mitzi dragnet gan has this reporter stan office is tale enjoy the dasher mitchell hank next such an office that still has her predecessors name on the door she wasn't able to get in until now prohibited by outgoing sure of john urquhart who was also unwilling to meet with her or do anything to ease the transition still dragnet jumped into the deep into the pool with her swearing in job one she says engagement with the community and working across government as part of that drag nikko career deputy who's one of the badge were thirty years says it's time to deploy less than lethal forced technology one of the tools is called leslie full shotgun and that fires of being day ground or a sponge round where you down the level of angst over deputy involved shootings is one way drag nick hopes to engage the community hopes to have that technology deployed at her deputies trained on it within the month pete combs komo news washington state republican party will be looking for a new leader susan hutchison will step away from her role february fourth proud of our record over.

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"pink gin" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Michael holley oh god he he man no no no he ma and saw and and when the miami abiola's lebron was it in a moment barack obama had quickly mm to take his chances and bologna crude down no i'm with the story in order to play the universe in against upc demo among alqaeda in goma milk un although histone little rock curse in the foreseeable moment you moment in goma milk you well just you could come true citizens that gives you could see a cop assisted the fortunes of telling the truth was in numbers and i include gang i'm talking to chicago police closed the world is a big plays writing it but said that could do would almost all the connected by wi fi abrupt the press yet got drinks is this up the you if you can do something about it would do just expanded mouthful bosnia's we beyond your average linked of pink gin by cuba's you not the blink you might miss some of what did he give applauded this can't see themself is just one or two witnessed how the come up with walk away with the jews pippig you'll party historically whose works for me 'cause the nebot give bit of break.

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"pink gin" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Sorry i feel like that is the name of one of the volumes danielle as we found out you're from philly oh yes and you are so philly that you're dead is a mumber and do you had mumurs at your wedding we did what is a mumber in what is having members had at your wedding mean it's sort of like a new orleans style second line but with electric batons who just learned how to play their instruments on the side and they came into my wedding in various costumes there is even someone dressed as aminian and my husband and i had little umbrellas and we danced for about twenty minutes with the members fascinating so our next game is about famous sidekicks you know like batman had robin and the greenhorn ahead kedo i have bourbon and here to play it is guess musician julian lars we rewrote the golden girls theme song thank you for being a friend to be about famous tv and movie psychics you just buzzing in guess the psychic i'm singing about and if you're not familiar with the golden girls no problem just tune into basic cable any time between the hours of twelve one a am and eleven fifty nine pm rachel you when the last game so win this and your in the final round danielle you need to win this if you come in second you have to move to america's resentful sidekick canada here we go on to see friends travelled down country to bag your pink gin dumb you're on my mind i know.

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"pink gin" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on WWL

"I i did not i think that defining ours she'll legit now the reason why i say that never wanna give them credit i just you look how they spang usc in north carolina state of honor will of what do you think i mean i'm not saying miami's not legit but that be impressive if miami can beat nor name i'm afraid it oh retained a miami fame hope it yeah i mean orlando go home defense with more mature you wear great their miami defense robbie i know all berkman went through all at coping with now but what we understand that i mean you got a narrowed after you gotta miami and then you've got irri coming back your team if talked to the pink gin been a red credit gary madam lifter roll roll aroma you brigitta require i love i love more creek let me tell you i know more grigg for all my days in a nominees being in georgia listen more rigorous than did an outstanding individual eighty kid any parent will love their kid i should say to play the university of miami more grid unbelievable now the reason why he's not a georgia because never abroad that chairmanship hay day of bug blew a herschel walker uh you know trying to relive that and so that's why is that a georgia no more grigg knows that the hell is doing the dow was the greatest higher that trying to get the program bag where needs to be by my university of miami the keane's bringing back bringing more rubric to be the head coach barry beck who barbecue random at game next year with miami now let's you're all as good as gerry awesome that that that's.

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"pink gin" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"The point of the baby ex tale is to highlight all the ways gender stereotypes actors rules which orrin from the clothes they wear to the sports they play to the interests they're encouraged to pursue now russian jessica weren't trying to hide their daughters gender they just wanted her to grow up without all the stereotypes attached to being a girl jessica devoured articles on gender and parenting sorted royce reading late into the night under his bed covers by flashlight they didn't labelled are evolving childrearing philosophy but these days we call it genderneutral parenting they had strong views on what would and wouldn't be good for their daughter choice we we had started talking about you know we're not gonna we're not going to beginning her baby dolls and barbie and we want her to have open ended free play toys like blocks and big legos and one a choice that had animals and lots of lots of bright colours instead of bright bright primary colors instead of just passed out pink gin princess or fairy motifs and so they planned and waited they decided on a name isis after the fierce egyptian goddess and symbol of powerful womanhood isis had her own plants on november seven two thousand she was born two months premature she was rushed to the neonatal intensive care unit or the nick you now all that royce and jessica wanted was for isis to survive when isis was in the neonatal she needed to nurse every two hours in so we live less than a little under a mile away in so we had to go every two hours which means that in the feeding took a good you know 45 minutes from start to finish in civil rights skin so we in the we would go home catch twenty minutes three minutes of sleep backup in gori back it was exhausting and in this atmosphere of breathing machines and monitors jessica had her first big counter with gender stereotypes at one point the nurses were concerned about both isis and jessica and they made a suggestion they said you know why i think you and the baby are stressed out and i think that.

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"pink gin" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"What is is that really be that is not the movie that's a baby crying right behind me brawl under like are you serious let's just a little bit of as a snippet of it they say the baby who breaks a baby to a radio goes for now on pink gin battles thursday i'm thinking okay whoa the baby's klein in the movie here's the 'cause he started out as old farmhouse arming like all no it is a baby crying in a dozen shut up the people are starting to talk in the free everyone knows that facing zuhdi the warming for me sign louis up were nazis 101 osman guys bags he's was you'd expect dako would you have you when all all with a set of so much time just saying do there is a baby their new fine and eventually there's some people that go to the theater with their key they don't have a cedar whatever it is you know what i'm saying but also if the obeyed he will move we will take our kids the disney movies whatever if if the baby cries like that you you you do step up out of courtesy of utah had the wherewithal to say you know what the baby's they're not going to stop the baby to not muslims maybe they're not gonna stop the rate at the even have time to say you know i'm just gonna record this yes that means that there was a long time noise eight anything here eventually somebody stood up the people the employees came in and they're like yo you guys got to get out regularly mafia the crazy thing about it meant that person left but the eta family of like 15 also all fifty people if it was fifteen people you get a winning in you don't want in a little circle like are you going for a couple of minutes united's ain't nobody fifty beware readygov for two minutes yes you got thirty minutes the two of what a little wanna go to sleep exactly the amanda it's gonna happen to you dave eanet have any academic yard here you can get up and walk out or something until stumps grind brain but yopougon aboard turnaround is as you know eight of air however that takes live what if you'd like you come to roll there.

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"pink gin" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"pink gin" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"The disease specialized in a certain era yes the civil war will rise again sorry i feel like that is the name of one of the volumes danielle as we found out you're from philly yes and you are so philly that you're dead is a mumber and do you had mumurs at your wedding we did what is a mumber in what is having members at at your wedding mean it's sort of like a new orleans style second line but with electric batons who just learn how to play their instruments on the side and they came into my wedding in various costumes there was even someone dressed as aminian and my husband and i had little umbrellas and we danced for about twenty minutes with the mummers fascinating so our next game is about famous psychics like bad new had robin and the greenhorn ahead kedo i have bourbon in here to play it is guess musician julian floors we rewrote the golden girls theme song thank you for being a friend to be about famous tv and movie psychics you just buzzing guess the psychic i'm singing about and if you're not familiar with the golden girls no problem just tune into basic cable any time between the hours of twelve one a m and eleven fifty nine pm rachel you on the last game so win this and your in the final round danielle you need to win this if you come in second you have to move to america's resentful sidekick canada here we go to uri onto see frunze travel down concentrated bag your pink gin dumb you're on my mind i know.

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