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"richard simmons" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

05:05 min | Last month

"richard simmons" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"Yeah, it's pretty fun. And, you know, who's gonna really need to save money? Victor. Ellie and Victor, because they're in providencia. This is the next day. Right, but that's what I mean. Corey and Evelyn, it's been like 9 months. Yes. And it's been two days with them. It's like one hour later. Yeah, it's so weird. She's talking about all the destruction. I gotta tell you, I would send her back on the boat right now. But how annoying is she? She's like, oh my God, it looks like everyone's dead here. Oh my God, oh man, that's destroyed and that's destroyed. Oh man, that's terrible. Oh my God. Yeah. Somewhere on Twitter posted a picture of a side by side of her and Richard Simmons, and I thought it was the funniest thing I've ever seen. Great. The hair, it's the hair. It's a lot of things. It is, but it's just like she's a lot. And he seems. He seems pretty nice. She's like, it's really awesome. Everyone's dead over there. Right, oh, I can't believe it. I just can't believe it. Everything's terrible. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So he shows her where he was hiding when the storm hit at his sister's house. They were literally in the bottom cabinets. That's so upsetting to see. She said that she doesn't know how to help so she hugs him. How about that being mean to him all the time? He's traumatized. It's only been two weeks. But she doesn't even take that consideration. She doesn't care. So she's sleeping in a tent and they're gonna have some Colombian rum. Right, okay. Sounds fun. He said they're really getting along. And she said, quote, I love this place. It feels like home. Okay, really? Really? And then she said, are you ready? Do you think that love is holding it together? Well, maybe that's why you don't have a roof. Yes. Because I do not see much more. I love glue is.

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"richard simmons" Discussed on 70 Over 70

70 Over 70

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on 70 Over 70

"This episode is brought to you by hp plus in a world full of smart devices. Isn't it about time. Your printer got smart to now. Printing is smart with hp loss and the hp smart app is how it all happens. You can print from your phone with just a tab no matter where you are even from your garage slash home office slash yoga studio. That is smart. Hp plus learn more about smart printing at hp dot com slash smart. Hey it's max. I've got a podcast recommendation for you today. It's a new show by my colleagues at pineapple street studios and it's hosted by dan burski. Dan is also the host of missing. Richard simmons and running from cops and the line. Some of my favorite podcasts ever made and dan and the team have put together a new series. It's so so special. You have to take some time and listen to. The show is called nine twelve and it's about what happened the day after september eleventh and every day since nine hundred is about how nine eleven the day became nine eleven. The idea and how that idea has shaped the world our culture and ourselves for the last twenty years you'll meet the teenager whose personal conspiracy theory spread around the globe and the rollerblading tour guide. Who tried to take them down. You'll follow the staffers for this tier. Go newspaper the onion who woke up the morning after nine eleven and realized they had to do the impossible right jokes hilarious headlines about the news of the day now on the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. We finally have enough distance. Maybe to see some things that we couldn't see before.

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"richard simmons" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

08:14 min | 8 months ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Thank you for being here. If you're working out while you're listening to us, squeeze those muscles. Squeeze him. That's the way you get. That's the way you get to results, Right ladies squeeze Those muscles. All right, e just keep thinking. Pinch them pennies. Richardson. Whatever happened to him? That's a good question. I think about that often. No joke. I really do. I love Richard Simmons. I just love Richard Simmons and I met him once. He was just like everything. He wanted him to be effervescent, bubbly. Yeah, Ball of light and love and just energy and positivity. He's just Yeah. I mean, the rumor for the last several years is that he just that he hasn't been well on that. He's you know, kind of homebound. I don't really know. No one seems to know. I said next to him on a plane once from From what I think it was. His energy is real. That's not an act like no, but he was the war that he wore the same. Where's the outfit that the same outfit and he was so cold on the plane anywhere after his health in a blanket, But he had lost to say, And then all the sudden you fell asleep. Right? Very interesting human Being as you know, the world is full of interesting people If you just give it a chance. Don't interesting, crazy people because that's kind of what we're all about. All right, Speaking of interesting and crazy, the U. S. Supreme Court has denied the appeal. Of a retired federal agent who wanted to challenge the legal immunity for police officers. He was injured during an arrest in block from suing for damages because that's the thing right. You can't sue the government. Is that but you can see like when people sue the police department and they get $26 million. Isn't that what Floyd's family guy Civil shot 25,000,027 million like that, But I think a lot of it happens has to do with criminality. And there is I mean, there is still a way for police officer and you look at Derrick show and he said he had no immunity in the case of George Floyd. But there is some immunity offered two officers. I think early on, so they were trying to change that lot. I don't think that, um The Supreme Court wanted to pick it up it and if there wasn't enough there, a lot of it has to do not with what the Supreme Court wants to pick up, but what the other courts ruled and how they ruled and whether or not the Supreme Court thought there was any argument and how they ruled so. Okay, so you want to boil it down for his Jennifer? I think she's just E think I just did did not like the Supreme Court doesn't just go. You know, we feel like doing guest today, right? It's like is always based on the on the legislation it's already built on how the always built on how the other courts have applied the law if they don't think there's anything to argue. They typically don't pick up the case. If they think that there is something to argue, then they'll pick it up. Okay. Names in the news. Amy Klobuchar. Remember her? She ran for president senator from Minnesota. She has said something and done something. That I completely agree with. And if that would go around the room and see what the attitude is, and wonder out loud whether J was to ask this question. As part of our inquisitorial basis on Social media at D. J. V. Show Club. Bashar is leading the effort We open trade agreements with Cuba. There is nothing that makes more sense to me. And I didn't understand why trump other than but you know, they're Communists began to visit with them when we do business, every other damn Communist country in the world. Hello? Look at China. I mean how It was just dumb anyway, so she has re introduced a bill that will allow the U. S to export goods to Cuba. That is, by the way wasn't ever formalized. We tried to make this work, but it hasn't happened since the Bay of Pigs and the Cuban missile crisis in 1961. Yeah, I think Obama opened like tourism. He started exactly there was no official because there because the Republicans in the House and Senate didn't want to do anything. So I came Yeah, I don't know. It's why. I don't know why you would pick on Cuba as well. Like you said. Why? Because Cuba is basically just like a satellite state for Russia. I mean, no way to get you your business with Russia. The influence of fresh Cuba is very close to US. Number one. Ever, too. When Obama reopened it remember our remember our ambassadors or diplomats were attacked with that sonic sound thing. And that happened in Cuba. What happened elsewhere, too? And we didn't do shut off relationship to the guy did it? I don't think happened elsewhere. I think you happen to that attack. Move in on a tech level. I thought that was disproven when you know what, Even so. That's Ah, This is a gold mine of opportunity for American businesses for tourism, and to not have I can understand, But what business is we're gonna profit from this trade with the Cubans buying and selling our cars. They don't have them and had a new car down there and 40 years. They can't even get car parts from America. They have all these Beautiful old American cars with Russian cheap ass parts in them, And then that that's part of the reason why they have such a better solution problem, too. Yeah, exactly. They're all in. Yeah. So I think there are a lot of opportunities I I agree with you dog on this 100%. That's nice. Thank you. Well, you know, I give you one every once in a while. Oh, yeah. Okay. I'm the names in the news guy guy. As a ah Let's see what's going on with her. She's given the key to the city because of her success as a performer, right? So she now Jennifer is the queen for a day in West Hollywood. How about that? It was the way for went on Robertson. Really? There's there's a street painting on Robertson Robertson is a cool street. You like Robertson? I think Robertson's very cool. Sheriff Street. Yeah. I don't have anything against it. Lot of shops. Yeah, well, it's just kind of is, um I don't know there's a warm feeling. For somebody. I don't know why. I think that Robertson is just kind of one of those warm plate like dough, honey, but don't any ism or residential. It's up this couple of streets up, but there's something about that area. It's cool anyway, s. So why did guy guy get the key to the city? What she doing? It was a tribute to her. Her second album called Probably big stuff with the gay community to West Hollywood, exactly Huge gay Mecca. So her album. Her second album was called born this way, and it's celebrated its 10th anniversary this past weekend. So it was a celebration of the album And then they named May 23rd born this way day. And then they have the street painting on Robertson that you were just mentioning, and then it's also kicked off. I believe it was Harvey Milk Day as well. Which kicks off the month long celebration of pride. Yeah. So let's see here. The fate of the Matthew Perry thing. We're told me that last week. I just want to underscore the fact for those of you who didn't hear or haven't heard. At that reunion show is on May 27th. All right. So that is Thursday night? Yeah, Thursday night. That will be what people will be watching Big night with Jennifer and Courtney and Lisa David and Matt and Matthew s. Oh, this and that would be interesting to see after people actually see it. What they say about Matthew Perry. See what the reaction The general reaction is. To him and whatever people were talking about I noticed that Levar Burton, who hosts reading Rainbow, Why is It called that in the first place? Is that why it was a kid show reading Rainbow reading on reading Rainbow? Yeah, too, really? But why they call it that another do with gay rights or anything? I'm just asking because it was about reading. Right? Yeah, it was pretty alliteration, you.

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"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

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"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"And then he had the last one of that group Died after sixteen years. He had her for sixteen years so he was grieving. Maybe that's why he loved even doc so much that when he traveled he would call them and sing to them on the. Oh wow they really loved those dogs. so i So maybe that's that was why he retreated right. Another theory was Their theories that he was maybe transitioning or he was gravely ill So since all these rumors were swirling nobody understood was going on. He tried to kind of quell a bit of it by calling into good morning america but it was just a call so there's no video confirmation of what he looked like how he and his parents. Yeah so it didn't necessarily squash the rumors but at least we knew i guess people knew that okay fine. He is still alive. Is major followers really following. Yeah grieving that where. Where did we go. And so it was also in two thousand sixteen that he decided to close his beverly hills studio so the classes were still being held and people were subbing for him. What his class wise but he decided just to go ahead and close it People were hopeful that he would show up to deliver an inspirational speech as he been known to do Or just to kind of be there for the send but he didn't show up and people who attended stripped the places pictures and workout equipment and stuff like that to take home momentum. I mean they allowed. It wasn't like they were looting necessarily but he wasn't. There wasn't which you can he'd had it for forty forty years thirty. You're thirty thirty something years. I don't know matt's not my thing but a good long time. Yeah good longtime. Yeah so an excuse me in two thousand seventeen. There was an accusation of elder elder abuse leveled at simmons longtime housekeeper by former friend and a masseuse of simmons and he claimed she was holding him against his will so the lapd visited his house to perform a welfare check. They spoke to him and his housekeeper in separate rooms and determined that he was just fine he was nothing held against as well and she was doing her job. She's keeping the public away from him. Is that what he wanted. And she had been with him for many many many years even at one point referred to him her. Excuse me at his wife. Oh so so. There's to bear the area close really. Nobody else might understand. Yeah and so. She's there so somebody who maybe doesn't know him very well and only has a very brief interaction with him in her might think that maybe she's doing something the lapd is that everything is fine. And i'm pretty sure if they performed to welfare checks on him In each time. Saying he's fine. So i i did get a lot of information From a podcast. Called missing. Richard simmons which is still available to listen to is not very link upset. So it's really interesting. Yeah so on that podcast. The host interviewed richardson's brother and he denied that anything untoward was happening to simmons. He was not being held. Hostage wasn't sick. He wasn't transitioning he was just staying away..

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"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"Yeah i feel as though because you know how maybe you had multiple meet parts. You knew maybe you had three. I know i would think because like i had sausage it breakfast now master. Not bad for you. But yeah i mean so in nineteen eighty eight. He started one of his most memorable fitness crazes memorable for me anyway. Sowetan to the oldies. Yeah they released on. Vhs tapes of course later converted to dvd's and still they can still be found on amazon today. Oh well cooked and there are some youtube clips on youtube as well. Yeah but i think he's more recently started to add them onto and i'll talk about that. Okay so he stayed busy through the nineties into the two thousands hosting cruises designed for weight loss teaching classes students so he's still would teach classes and they were like twelve dollars a class. Oh wow without level of air. He's still kind of so. I guess he was really getting a lot out of teaching. Yeah and he was making. I clinton personal connections with his students like he would literally be friends with the students and call them in. Check up on them and staff. Very sweet yeah. He was always willing to take pictures with fans so much. So that when celebrity tour buses would stop in front of his house and hopes for a glimpse of him he would run out and take pictures with many who wanted it and he would answer questions and he was always to me. It just sounds like it was always very much on. He was always that richard simmons personality. You know so because of this kind of fame would worked for in his personality in two thousand fourteen. When he disappeared mina literally disappeared. It was really what you're talking is apparent when he fourteen hundred fourteen. Yeah so in march of twenty fourteen. He banished from the public eye and there was much speculation as to what was really going on. There is some indication that perhaps he had hurt his knee. And despite this kind of recovering well he had heard it but he continued to work out to to each classes kind of kept up his schedule. And that actually exacerbated and made his other demand and then had to take a break but he never liked said. Hey guys injured gonna take a break you know like. He never ghosted did he. Goes to actually So then there is some thought that perhaps it was because his dog had died. Who was very close to he. Had like this I like to say an army of dalmatians. He had the eight at one point. Wow and so then. They all kind of died..

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"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"Please don't die and it was signed anonymous. So that comes. That's sad but maybe it wasn't anonymous. Me somebody like his mom or well. He was in europe over. Maybe somebody who had worked with him. Yeah you know. But didn't wanna like tell him. Yeah so that message really rattled him yeah and he developed in disorder. Oh and what he did was. He survived on water and lettuce. That was at takao like your cabbage. Diet by liz's lead us so even imagine like iceberg lettuce so like basically water and food. Yeah yeah and he did that for two months and so he did lose a significant amount of weight but he was like suck. it was. Yes yeah it was making him ill so eventually he did recover this kind of spiral that he went him to and he developed a new philosophy. Which kind of carried him through. And it's a good fluffy it's love yourself move your body and watch your portions saw which is really the letting yourself could be hard but move your body watch abortions. Yeah yeah yeah so. He didn't actually go to college at florida. State university And after he graduated he moved to la in nineteen seventy three and it was around that time that he became. Richard simmons dropped. The milton and richard was actually the name of an uncle who had paid for his college tuition. Oh i imagine. Richard played better in. La then milton definitely. Yeah so you would think while in. La he searched for place to work out but felt none of the gyms offered him when he needed. They mainly catered to those. That were already fit So he opened his own studio because he's like oh forget it. I can't do it. My stuff and it was in beverly hills and it was called at the anatomy asylum. Crazy house an on. He'd leader renamed it slim's slim's q. Q. i wonder why he switched anatomy announced. He probably wasn't getting a lot of bookings. I would think yeah. Lemons is much yeah. Catchy cap So in a statement he made to entertainment tonight. He explained why he opened an exercise studio. He opened it as a way. This is a quote as a way to help. People make positive changes in their lives by having fun while exercising is a place to make.

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"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"Turned okay Okay so. I'm talk about the nineteen eighties. Exercise fad trends out. What was going on then so exercise. The eighties in my mind is defined by three things people One would be jane fonda. Definitely course ray Jazzercise and richard simmons so All three kindly pioneers all three very difference. Okay so jane. Fonda was the pioneer in the world of home fitness and up until The of her ninety two workout video. Jane fonda workout exercise routines and regimes were designed for men overly. Oh yeah because women weren't supposed to sweat. They're not supposed to get all muscley. Women were just expected to maintain and lose weight through dieting. okay fad diets. Yeah mostly women. Did the fat diet right because they're not allowed to go work at you look sweaty and gross in feminine. Oh just maintained through cut that lasted long forever. We talked about that kind of eight all the way through glamorous all the time not anymore now gone so. The original eighteen eighty two jane fonda workout was the first non theatrical home video. Release to top sales charts. So oh okay so. This was the first one. That was non theatrical. Oh and it was the top selling vhs tape for six years. The dr Fonda accomplishment spawned imitators in sparked a boom of women's exercise classes opening the formerly male-dominated fitness industry to women and establishing these celebrity as fitness instructor. Model she kind of started that okay. jazzercise was developed in nineteen sixty nine Which i didn't know had originated that long ago. But i still kind of you. It as eighties thing. Yeah i knew growing up in the jazzercise record you did. Yeah your mom's doing here. Yeah she was doing on record so the lady who started it or established it was judy. Shepard miss it miss it And so she began she originator. She develops jazzercise because she was actually a dance instructor and she noticed she would have these dance classes and she shoes having a high dropout rate and then she started to make the connection that people really only attending because they wanted to exercise not necessarily become technically proficient in dance. Yeah so So then she kind of changed the formula so it was..

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"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"Maintenance truly coming down to self esteem and that is timeless. True isn't it again in. Nineteen eighty eight oprah announced that she lost sixty seven pounds in four months. Thanks to a liquid protein diet. Remember that wagon of fat that she pulled out on the stage. Remember her coming out in like a black shirt yet. She's looking so the end realize yeah. Yeah i remember that did she. She pulled out a wagon with her fat that she has lost. Yeah it was like a wagon of animal fat of like chunks of white fat to to say look at all those lost during a body. Yeah that's disgusting. So we didn't know at the time that she used up too fast. Okay we've found out later. This is a liquid diet program that replaces every meal with the drink providing only four hundred twenty calories a day. that's now so this became super trendy because of oprah's influence and eventually op fast. Was you know. Very famous chef received thousands hundreds of thousands of calls. She you know she's should maker trendsetter marijuana say in two thousand and five oprah acknowledged that liquid diet was a big mistake. Yeah and now she. I mean she knows she recanted. She did as well she should. And the way back of course of course them. All these things are not available day. I feel something we hopefully have learned. I know so a jenny. Craig found her weight. Loss brand in nineteen eighty three and it is still around today. Because i was looking up her stuff amalgamating notices on every time. I open my phone for jenny craig. I'm sorry why. Did you put your information that i didn't like they can tell searching on the. Yeah so this program. The jenny craig program is known for offering one on support coaching and prepackaged frozen meals. Which is that. The meals are convenient balanced and portion controlled. Yes but i was looking at the ingredients now which i can only imagine back then. Were not even high-quality. Picking already but these ingredients. I would never like as a nutrition person recommend anybody to eat the ones that are even in today's packages yes. Meaning i mean there's like zanthosyn. Gum gorgon canola. Oil is in which we are manufactured oil. Tell us a little more about canola in our bonus episode. Manish liu so it's the second episode area feed. Yeah so if you want to hear more cow split for you So anyway ingredients not so great to be better could be better but could it like with these prepackaged frozen meals. How it's hard to prepackaged meal healthy. I mean lots of people try. And i'm sure jenny craig is trying absolutely. Can you see you to add preservatives. Still have to add these things. You is yeah you must be shelf stable. Yeah so while convenient on the program is expensive. There's a ninety nine dollars enrollment fee plus the cost of meals are anywhere from like fifteen to twenty two dollars a day.

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"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"That's banana the other morning. I ate a great for before my breakfast. And just be like what what people do. Why what were they thinking ryan and it just felt like i was of course. Didn't continue on a grapefruit. The rest of the the weak the weak or the day even but it just did you put on top of that now. I just stayed a plane us delicious. Was it very good grapefruit. Yeah i hate citrus fruit. Oh you do know oranges. When i played soccer as a kid you. You always have slices recess for the halftime. And i hated it. Just like suck. The juice i hated the pulp hated. The pope is of weird Harmless so on the grapefruit The meals consisted of protein and veggies. The diet is so low in calories essential nutrients people felt exhausted cranky same thing as cabbage on cabbage on your on the cabin. I remember this cottage. Cheese was so trendy in the eighty nine remember that too So cottage cheese is still often called like an eighties diet food. There was not an official diet plan around the cottage cheese but many people just ain't nothing because cheese for three days straight. That has like a diet. Plan ashamed but cottage cheese. Yeah wow i really. I don't think i've eaten it since the eighties i am. He's it when i make lasagna. Okay blend cottage cheese and roasted vegetables together. Oh yeah make it a paste in earlier at nights. It's actually quite good. Yeah but that's the only way. I use that idea like takes. I know i remember eighties. Sure yeah so. Cottage cheese isn't necessarily unhealthy but it contains zero fiber so eating so much of it can cause constipation digestive issues yet. I bet yeah. We also have the beverly hills diet by judy mazel. She released this. Nineteen eighty one. It sold one million copies. It was so popular that it was on the new york times bestseller list thirty weeks..

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"richard simmons" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Could make sure what people hear with their ears matches what comes from your heart. There we go. So they had the animation that was running was the guy that fell asleep on the couch and his wife will come up. And he was rather bitchy, but he thought he was being understanding. And then the halo told them you are a butt hole, And then then he apologized to his wife That was with the animation shows. He's using some other people to see if they're being sincere. I've already bought one for Bea Arthur. I've already It's already annoyed is already shipped or us. Yeah, no, but it's $99. $99 on Amazon. You can get early access to it for 65. Yeah. How so? It's called the halo, Try Halo Band Halo band. I don't know. I don't think I need a band to tell me how my mood is. I'm pretty well, not that out of touch. There are some people that are, but I'm pretty self aware. No, I hope they know they needed no, probably not. That's why I would like one that actually talks to me. Because I don't forget to check it. You know all the time. I'm guessing you have to look at it. Teo, the reading, right? Yeah. Just doesn't telling. Yeah, Well, he's your wrist a little bit. Yeah, more something that with just a little verbal abuse, and I've been sitting here trying to think whose voice I would like. I'm thinking maybe Richard Simmons. You know you're being bitchy. You know something like Yeah, I still haven't nailed who I want yelling at me, but I think that would be a fun feature. Yeah. Watch the attitude. You're You're being just slightly irritating. I want Snoop Dog on mine. Yeah, Girl, Bridger down, Richard, How am I being once? I've told you 1000 times I love you. Room. Thank you, Richard C. That works. But Richard, you having a good day six morning 6 42 a little bit,.

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"richard simmons" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Duff and not Haylie Duff, O R. Jamie Lynn Spears. That's gotta be hard. You know, It's just you're always in their shadow. No matter what, you D'oh, you're not really your own person. Oh, and somebody who's sensitive and battles with depression. You know, her boyfriend said that she was going through a really personal strong struggles, including her battle with depression. And it's been a really hard time for her. Ah, involving her career, you know, so Oh, yeah, this pandemic, it does a number on people. It does and and her willingness to share it like she has been right. It's really courageous to Teo, because you know she's OK, relate. Yeah, Absolutely. There are people that are, you know, gonna be able to relate to it, Which is the positive that you know that and also being this vulnerable again. There's gonna be a whole slew of people who are going to show up just To be negative. And you know, you can just see how it spirals and it snowballs out of control. So You know, hopefully hopefully we're sort of kind of like you said Alexis, like you're going to reframe the way you think about these stories. Hopefully, more and more people will do that. It also has income and I think upon people who are putting content out there out there, too. Create maybe some more boundaries, although I don't know how you do that. Right with everyone. Like you said. Everyone's a paparazzi. Oh, Yeah, exactly. Everybody. Everybody now can follow around celebrities. I mean, the guy who did the podcast for Richard Simmons was basically trying to climb. You know, like a giant wall in his backyard. Find out what happened to Richard sharing that wass. Well, and then we all were like, Oh, God, We feel horrible now, right? Yeah, but we all listen to it yet. No. And but we learned a lesson in the process right? Like it wasn't necessary..

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Is Peloton a Fitness Fad or a Tech Company?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

11:30 min | 2 years ago

Is Peloton a Fitness Fad or a Tech Company?

"On this show. We clearly talk a lot about tech companies. There's some some obvious ones apple Microsoft alway and then they're all the startups that have changed our lives in recent years. Like the ridesharing APPS UBER and lift or food delivery companies like post mates and seamless and sometimes we take a step back and think wait. Is that Really Tech Company. We were talking about that with columnist. John on stole the other day and our episode about the luggage company away. And it's something. He's been thinking about lately especially connected to the fitness industry specifically the stationary bike company. Pelton so John's back to continue the conversation with us today. Hey John thanks for joining us. The driven me. I'm not on my Peleton. I just got off. So let's go. Let's go well. We could have been on the phone with you on your pilot and that would have made it so much more exciting but you would it. It would've been very embarrassing. I I'm I'm a low performer. On the Peleton leaderboard okay. So let's back up a little bit. POYTON has been in a battle L. with some of its competitors it sued both flywheel sports and echelon fitness in the last couple of years. What's at stake here? What exactly are they fighting over there? Fighting over depending on which company we're talking about that they're fighting they're fighting over technology patents intellectual property that both sides accused each other her of borrowing stealing lifting copying off their neighbors sort of test scores. So this goes back several years to the beginning of a movement called connected fitness. Basically take a smart tablet like a touchscreen tablet you hook it to your stationary bike and you begin begin. Pipe lining in a live or archived session with a high level instructor. What makes it? Unique is the leader board that is available available with the instructor showing you all the people that are in the class. Not just in the class proper in the physical class all over the world and these numbers can balloon to hundreds the thousands of people and it doesn't matter when you're taking the class it's dynamic in a way that it makes you feel like you're taking the class in real time competing with all these people in real time even if it's a week or a month take the classes taking place. So what is what are they fighting over there fighting over the intellectual property in this idea of the leaderboard. Yeah I mean Peleton a saying we came up with this dynamic with they call time sink leaderboard if you think about watching an Olympic sport like swimming and you watch Michael Michael Phelps. You know trying to break another record. There will be an could be as if he's competing against the old record holder from nineteen eighty-four. Whomever that swimmer was that set the record before you would see Phelps trying to beat that in real time very similar technology that Peleton says it spent a lot of time and money and engineering talent Jalan trying to develop and so fly will if I and the national on second came out with bikes dead operated very similar to its technology did Move to protect those patents not immediately but after those products come onto the market so this is basically an intellectual property dispute in in the fitness world. How strange is that for? This industry are how how common is that. For this industry I think the intellectual property if we take it out of the tech Rome Just the idea that somebody has come up with. A nifty idea in fitness is very common for someone to want to protect that. Whether it's Typo or Zimba Numba or Richard Simmons techniques or the Hula Hoop. I mean there's been decades if not a century of trying to patent ideas that people may have been doing this for for decades or centuries that it's just somebody came up with a better name for it. Those are hard to actually prosecute because the defendants often say this is a very ambiguous idea. This idea of using this specific routine to crunch avs is not novel or unique. I can do it too in. Don't sue me and so they don't often hold up in a court of law. What's unique about Peleton's John's argument here is that they're going into the world of algorithms in data not like sit ups and push ups when you start talking about specific technology that power software anywhere? There is a much more rich and robust precedent of companies being able to protect that sort of Ip and get money have settlements or even cease and desist on the other end. Underline the thing. That's so interesting here. Is that politics is I mean. Obviously lots of fitness makers you named the number of devices making devices is for fitness is also not a new thing but they still call themselves fitness companies. The air really talking about themselves as Tech Company so I WANNA kind of get back to that first conversation that we were having about. What does it take to be attacked company? And why is it important that a ride sharing APP or Salads Delivery Service or luggage company is calling themselves attack company. Why is that so common now and why is it so important? I think I think there's a couple of things if you unpack that idea. So the technology enables better life and it may enable enables better usage so if I'm a typical stationary bike rider later. I'm going to be bored to death after an hour. It's not going to happen for me with my short attention span so I have to turn on television and listen to music and even that can get old and I'd be like I'm just GonNa go outside and go on regular your bike or do something else. So there's the boredom factor there's also the lack of community factor in fitness particularly Solar Solo Sports. That make them rather dull and so so when you can bring technology like Says it has into the equation that actually makes people addicted to the type of even if it pseudo community that exists all over the world at the same time competing against each other. Instructors do it through the Internet software data algorithms and have a living testament in real time to how well you're doing you begin to talk about having a solution that people would see as technology enabled and not just fashion you know belts and and nuts and bolts. Why that's important is it could be the thing that enables breakneck growth? Not just fitness industry type of growth but tech company. Any sort of growth. We're talking double digits. Year over year expansive massive growth at propels a company like to the billions of dollars of revenue range. That is very atypical for a single fitness company. The place where I work out lifetime fitness taken like quarter-century to get to a billion dollars in revenue Peleton's tons track has been a lot faster. So you've got that you've also got the ability to charge more and ask investors to value you hire when those metrics bricks are actually working out so subscriber growth has been very robust at collegehype. Meeting People Shell Out Thirty Bucks Forty Bucks a month for Peleton's subscription way more than spotify defy or Netflix or Amazon prime to have access to the content and the real real time competitions and putting go back to investors and say look. This group is what they recall sticky. They're going to keep coming back. It's a endless source of revenue for us. We're not just selling a bike. Were selling a service and that really is often what we think of when we talk about it enabled the technical solution and so then investors start to say well okay. The typical fitness company gets this kind of multiple but Peleton's worth eight and a half billion dollars because we see them as a tech company upholding. Narrative is really important. Yeah and I mean we've seen other companies kind of fall from grace very publicly. We talked what about we work. They're valued at one billion but they were supposedly worth forty seven billion until investors basically realized yet. There's not as much tack here as just like take a landlord. Is there a danger in that kind of Thinking that kind of valuation we're finding out the pitfalls and the benefits fits in real time so we were a great example going from the forties of billions of dollars evaluation. To eight billion. Almost overnight is dramatic and intense but a company like uber or or lift which have filed appeals in the last year or so have really struggled to get over the initial evaluation and you don't invest in a company just for it to remain stagnant. You might as well by a bond if you just want a fixed income. You know that doesn't deliver much growth. The IPO Uber was supposed to be the sort of thing that skyrocketed so yeah there's companies that position themselves as tech companies and then investors start to figure out or asking scratch their head. Is this company really company. I think Peleton's valuation is much more modest that said they have struggled to get over the initial IPO price and they've shown some weakness in the months since they filed nothing to to do with the tech but more to do with the brand and so a lot of people would argue Peleton's a great marketing and brand company. But when they make a mistake like putting on an ad that a lot of people see a sexist Texas you see the the share price gets hit pretty hard and maybe it shows that this company just has a really strong brand that means to protect in that technology. Now on the the other side of the foot you've got tesla which for years has been talking about being tech company and has been valued very often like a car company and all of a sudden as they start to prove out the main player in the electric vehicle technology sector. There were eighty ninety one hundred billion dollars while lead the other guys in the dust. What kind of impact can this? The expanded definition of Tech Company have on an industry. We we've just been talking about the fitness industry. We're seeing it. We've seen it play out in some others. What kind of what kind of impact does it have? Well I think you can get everybody rushing to prove that they're also a tech company. You look at some of the alleged copycats in Peleton's wake it's not just. The companies is that they're suing. It's Nordic track it's it's bowflex it's makers of rowers and elliptical machines. treadmills all in all trying to tell the consumer or now that they too are tech companies. They may not even be striving to go public but they they do have investors and they do have employees and they do have customers that I'll also need to believe believe. Hey I don't want to just by the run on the treadmill for a few hundred bucks if I'm in the market I'll spend more if I can get more and so a lot of the conventional players begin acting like tech companies binny's whether that succeeds or not is a sector-by-sector it's very hard for a Marriott. For instance to convince people that their AIRBNB and other company see that's about to go public and has convinced everybody because of the efficacy in the in the ease of use of its APP. People say this is Tech Company. Even though it's a hospitality company it also also creates this kind of momentum and energy on the positive side can create momentum and energy where you get new entrance all the time so we may see better solutions to all kinds of exercise issues or even a lowering of the cost of entry. Peleton cost twenty five hundred bucks. I mean this is a first first world like premium one percent type of product. This is not for the masses. But maybe you'll start to see more companies crowd in as the cost of the technology comes down down as the amount of people wanting it so that the scale rises you begin to see better. Solutions Typically come in the market not always the case but sometimes the case that an industry can get better when they started thinking a bit more about the how technology data could make them better. It's a fascinating conversation. I'm sure we're going to keep having it. John Still thank you so much true joining us and that was your tech news briefing. I'm Correo come from the Wall Street Journal in New York. Thanks for listening.

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"richard simmons" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"With a fire extinguisher. again spray with the fire. let me put that. okay that'll be up the the the video is hilarious it's going to be up soon a WBC dot com the literally the guy. just sticks the holes in the smokers face and loads. I mean and it really the guy with the fire extinguisher probably need to be arrested I it was it was uncalled for and they're still looking for the guy that did that the guy that got the fire extinguisher hose in his face put up the video they add that there are currently looking for the guy I mean it's funny it's just a weird interaction yeah you're not allowed to smoke around here at all the guy takes a big suck office either at this brazen down and that is not the best fire extinguisher person conflict there's ever been because if you remember Richard Simmons got all kinds of ticked off and David Letterman when he came out in a short shorts and was dancing around and letterman took the fire extinguisher. Richard Simmons was legitimately ticked off at letterman and didn't go on a show for a long time after that all right coming up next the old man he's over at the U. N. talking tariffs he's also given some nicknames out we've got some highlights of number forty five speech at the U. N. M. O. N. had from dad all right save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive because it is a. what is this. I off. where did you get this. I'm talking to you with the hair yeah where did you get this..

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"richard simmons" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Zero days your call number nine how are you doing hi Denise gun gun so the game we're playing is Gene Simmons or Richard Simmons and this is how it works I'm going to give you a fact about somebody you will either be about Gene Simmons from kiss or it will be about Richard Simmons from sweating to the oldies you get three out of five correct we're gonna send you to the concert on thirty first okay okay here we go number one was born in Israel Gene Simmons are Richard Simmons there we go Gene Simmons or Richard Simmons often confronts over eaters Richard one morning on we're gonna send you to the show Gene Simmons or Richard Simmons used to go on tour in shopping malls Richard Simmons he's in those all mall workouts yeah right you where and into a robe sheets and rejects okay you're still in good shape here is going to get one more Gene Simmons or Richard Simmons claims to have never had an alcoholic drink gene G. okay one more bring it home Gene Simmons or Richard Simmons is known for short shorts and sequence on a midriff shirt the Labor Day weekend thirty first thirty first Saturday yeah whatever Labor Day weekend Saturday night that's gonna be a good show do need they on the line producer DKW take care of you on how you can get your tickets okay thanks to me you got it we'll have another pair of tickets to give away tomorrow we got tickets all week here on the hammer Nigel usually Gene Simmons a Richard Simmons again I think we can we get a lot of good stuff here the last couple days we did sing along with me and the next couple days I think will do gene or Richard St they were kids song by the way what's yours war I like god gave rock and roll to you okay Detroit rock city can't go wrong with that we've been using rock and roll all night I think that's kind of the signature kissed rock and roll.

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Debbie, Tristan Alleman And Richard Simmons discussed on Living Healthy Podcast

Living Healthy Podcast

08:34 min | 2 years ago

Debbie, Tristan Alleman And Richard Simmons discussed on Living Healthy Podcast

"Me. When you think cardio, what comes to mind, Richard Simmons? Okay. Well, that's a throwback. But I think more like biking running cardio bunnies. Possibly. I mean. I know for me, I think about that because used to be one of those cardio bunnies. Just too afraid to try anything else in the gym. And that was mainly because I didn't really know what else to do in the gym. But here's the thing though, cardio is important. Ho important is it can't is really important. You know, it just helps with everything and helps build stronger hearts. It helps us burn fat and calories in a shorter amount of time. And that is why today's episode is all about cardio and why cardio is important for men. Women beginners more experienced gym goers and everyone in between. So I'm Candice, and I'm Andrew and this is the Libyan healthy podcasts. All about that cardio about that cardio. Bonnie. I Bala back cardio back party of funny. We're all about that Cardi about that cardio. We're buddies. Oh, yes. We'd sound. That's awesome. I do. I do have to ask you a question though, Kansas. Yes, What's a cardio bunny? What are we just think about okay, so cardio bunny is are those girls that just hang out on the treadmills or stair climbers and their grade? Yeah. Too. Timid little bunnies. I used to be one. Okay. Well, I just took a leap and decided to sing about without knowing what that is about. But okay, that's not bad. All right. Well, this show is all about cardio. So for that. We're going to be bringing back two guests. The first is elephant is personal training director Tristan alleman. And we also have dietitian Debbie with us here to help us understand the benefits of adding that cardio to your workout routine. So welcome back to the show guys. Thank you for having us here. Good to be back. So Tristan let's start with you the basic question why is cardio so important. Well, you know, of course, that all depends on your goal cardio is important for mainly two things. Probably the most obvious thing is to keep your heart, healthy, your heart and your lungs. You know, your heart's pretty much the most important muscle in your body. Right. So you gotta keep your heart strong. Also, you know to burn extra calories cardio has great benefit. You know, if you're trying to lose body fat. But another thing too is the thing that I experienced from cardio because I like to do cardio in the morning. It gets the oxygen flowing through your body early in the day or even in the middle of your day. Just so, you know, by the time to get you get to work or do what you do throughout the day. Your brain's kind of activated. You've got blood flowing through your body the oxygen going around your body and you like the early morning cardio. I really do. Oh my gosh. I cannot agree with that. I'll do the lunch thing. And maybe that helps me get past that afternoon stage totally so after work, and I know I drag myself to the gym, and I'm always so exhausted. But it makes sense because after work you now, I feel super energized yen. You gotta do. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Totally. So what kind of what what are some exercise that constitute cardio accounts is cardio? You know, anything that really gets your heart rate up. I think that could be considered cardio. Of course, like what most people think of is like the treadmill or the stairmaster the bikes elliptical you could do cardio when a group class. You know, the Zuma classes are great. It gets your heart rate up. You can even do hit training where you're doing strength training cardio combined. Really anything that gets your heart rate up would probably be considered cardio. So if I'm running and instead of just a really low level jog, I'm doing some hills. Well that be cardio for me that would be cardio Exxon. Okay. Just getting your heart rate up essentially, kind of anything that's going to do that. Exactly. What? How does it? You kind of mentioned the heart being such an important muscle of the money. What is it about cardio that affects the heart? Well, it makes your heart stronger. Right. So if you're if you're doing cardio and in you're not in good condition. Pretty much your heart has to pump a little bit harder to get the blood flowing throughout your body. Because it's not conditioned as you continue to push your body and get your get your heart. Use of strenuous exercise. Just like any other muscle. It's going to get stronger. So your heart's gonna be, you know, you're stroke volume in your heart, which is pretty much what controls how much blood is being pushed out per pump. Right. As you strengthen your heart, your stroke volume increases. Right. So your heart doesn't have to work as hard to push the amount of blood throughout your body. Okay. So on cardia center days, Debbie are there like certain foods that are better to eat on a cardio focus days. It makes more sense to actually just shift some of your calories to the hours surrounding your workout. Because you really wanna feel it rather than thinking about more volume Amore energy on one day versus another. I mean, you could certainly go about that. But actually, if you want to have the best cardio workout. You can you wanna top off your glycogen stores support that performance protect your muscles by getting. Adequate fuel pre and post. So how do you do that? Exactly. I mean, are there certain types of food that are better than others? Sure, I would stay away from anything really highly fatty and fibrous so things like, you know, really deep fried food, bacon cheese or high fiber food. Just the pre. Kim before maybe maybe you get a little bit of sodium boost. But that's, but you know, brand and the shelves of pumpkin seeds. They're not going to help their Tristesse in the high fiber category. But they're not going to help you for that workout would like an apple beforehand be okay. Or is that so you wanna look for non apples fine. You want to look for the the wholesome foods that you're going to choose through. But something that you can digest has to do with the timing. So for me, I don't really like to exercise with a full belly. So if I'm going to have a meal, and I have a substantial meal six eight hundred calories. It's going to be like three hours for me. If you're a Grazer and you're like, oh, well ahead a bowl of cereal an hour ago. Well, then you need eat something again before you go off and do your sixty minutes of your class or what what about like, a protein drinks are those necessary for pre or post cardio workouts. Or is that kind of more reserved for strength training days. You know protein in general is helpful. During your longer kind of aerobic work. That's that's over an hour. You're doing the high intensity interval training as far as supplementing with protein the there's somewhat of a benefit to either the protein shakes or putting a protein powder into a fluid because the liquid form it's just it's easier to digest than chewing through, you know, chicken meat or or what have you? It's just easier on your digestion. But still you don't need your body's not going to utilize more than a bulk of twenty to thirty grams of protein at that sitting in in terms of so you, you know, the concept of oh, I need more protein. Let me power down this, you know, sixteen ounce steak. No, no, right. You know, the four ounces is going to top you off like, that's it Tristan. What's your take on it? I mean, are you more of a like protein drink fan, or do you tend to just have like a glass of milk or something? Yeah. Totally I have used protein shakes in the past. I try to get all my protein through nutrition for the most part I usually use protein shakes for convenience. But you just have to be careful. There's so many supplement companies out there, you gotta make sure you're you have a high quality protein because a lot of this up liament companies have a lot of fillers that really aren't that great for you. So I'd like to use protein shakes for convenience. Do you find that it's best before or after your your workouts? Actually either. I I'm kind of like Debbie in the sense that I don't like to work out on a on a full stomach. So I usually would do it after just for for that. But the main thing is that you have an adequate amount of protein by the end of the day timing is very important for protein, but not as important as just eating the right amount. You know throughout the day for sure, you know, and ready to drink like sealed, a protein drink is easier to transport in gym bag like I'll get it in the freezer and let it thought out or something like that. If I want cold, it's just a little bit easier. Like you said timewise for convenience than going. Okay. We'll wears my ice packs to keep my heart. Buttocks gold. Right. You know, when I got appeal the shells and soon on everyone puts a chicken breast in their gym that the fortune tonight. Yeah. Okay. That's just

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"richard simmons" Discussed on DirtCast

DirtCast

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on DirtCast

"I feel like has that feeling in the world. And that's why it's also like there's something about the fact that a lot of these serial killers are mediocre white dudes. They get sort of like a cult of personality around them is the gross. You know, especially with Ted Bundy. That's what I've been feeling is like, yeah. No. Let's knock this person any attention. Right. I've noticed that they're kind of has been more of a consensus on that with the Ted Bundy tapes with anything else like I feel like they're I don't know. Maybe there's like a slight turning of the tides or like a Petit that the general audience cheek. I think there's too much at this point people are reaching the saturation point something that I just. Thought about that. We didn't include on the list, but that was sort of like what I guess I would view is like a misstep in the attempt to sort of cash in on this in this widespread interest was that. Keira member what it was called. Now, the podcast that looked the Richard Simmons podcast. Oh, missing missing, Richard Simmons. I mean, obviously, there is no crime there. There was no. Is something about that pod. Which I listen to and I remember thinking feeling like that in gross about it. Because that podcast did not I don't think handled itself crackly. But like, I think there have been because of the because of the interest, and because people are seeing that, you know, shit like this makes money like that kind of misstep was interesting to me because I felt like that tried really hard to like be a sort of cereal. Jason it's sort of also reminded me of s town. That one. I did not listen to that was a podcast straight as town. Yeah. It was it was. But I don't know. Do you think that that has any if I'm making any sense here? Like if that. Yeah. Well, yeah, there's so many podcasts near though, I mean, just like those two like s town and as missing which would sevens ones were kind of like to meet felt like off shoots of the true crime on the missing Richard Simmons was also one that made people be like, this is gross. Like, this is like not, you know, you can't just be like a citizen investigator of anything like it. There is a thing of invading people's privacy. Especially if you're trying to make profit a show about it. You know? One in particular because it was like, okay, Richard Simmons is gone from the public eye. He like, obviously has his reasons, and it's not up to you to draw him back out. Right. And if he doesn't want to be found than like, leave him alone. What are some of your favorites? Good question. I love the staircase. The staircase was the first one that I like my friends are like it's a eight hour documentary about a guy who may or may not have pushed his wife down the stairs that one I feel like it. You just go back and forth. So many times and at the end, you're like, I have no idea if he did it or not. It doesn't matter because she's dead. Right. Oh, it's. And that one's good. I like the ones that are about like true crime documentaries. The the ones that are a little bit more indepth than less. Just like sensational. Yeah. Well, the the ones that admit they're taking a side. I feel like are more on est. Also, sure. Yeah. There's also a pretty like when you talk about like, white collar crime documentaries. There is kind of a shout and Freud involved of like like, oh like rich people got screwed over it can be somewhat less pressing than dislike. Oh like this lady. Just got stabbed at up bright. Yeah. Although in the fire fest, one ended not that I've watched it. But I know that it's about sort of like the exploitation of the service workers. Yeah. The people in the place is supposed to be. So that one also depressing. Yeah. Real life is real life. Yeah. And I feel like a lot of these are just sort of about like privilege in like what people can get away with if people are predisposed to let them and you can say that about these like murderers to freight. Well, that's the thing about Ted Bundy is like everybody put him on constantly because they were like, oh, he looked. He's tall and white and has a chin..

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"richard simmons" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"The licking the door doorbell. Like Richardson is Lee is. Not as long as long. I. He didn't go. He's went who Richard. We got every time is not a bad. How did he goes? Every time you try to make this better just say I want you now lock. It goes worse. You just need to sit down down the ball. And stop trying every time you come in. It makes you work. He didn't wiggle back and forth and got in. But I mean, there's no making this. Okay. And there's no making Richard Simmons lick your eyeball work. There's no doubt tonight. I would just say another unwelcome. Well, you can't say that either. Never mind. Collar doorbell guy. Eric welcome to the program. Go ahead. If you could do a play by play analysis the doorbell liquor moments. Yes. I mean. Now, he's got him. Rockies on the sidelines. Let's take a look at your review. Rocky. Can you Harry he's he's walking? He's got his tongue. Rap. Hours three hours term. Rocky and eater. He's tearing that Nobel up. I mean. What if he was tempted by how good he's gonna lik? That doing what he looks like Chinese?.

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"richard simmons" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"richard simmons" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Free iheartradio app. Just search for unqualified actress, zoey Deutch who stars alongside James Franco in the film. Why him joins oughta in a game of two truths. Analog? Do I get to guess you? Nope. Will you know, make you don't know that? All right Zoe's. Godfather is Richard Simmons Zoe once garden esophagus thermal burn from eating a lasagna TV dinner that was too hot and Zoe has a phobia of people touching their eyelashes. I'm gonna go to number three number three's. Zoe has a phobia of people touching their eyelashes. You think that is fake or no change your chance to change? If you wanna change. I guess I go number one. You think number one is fake? So you don't think that Zoe godfather is Richard Simmons Zoe, which one is fake. Number one. Yup. And it's an esophageal thermal burn caused by microwaveable heated food and very common and can be detrimental. Something look that looks so fragile and beautiful can actually be very dangerous microwave, I made the lasagna heated it up the next day, and it was so hot. And I'm so excited. I'm sorry. You're to me. I'm sorry. Thank you. And we could be here and talk about trying to celebrate my win and be empathetic. You're not done. We're not done yet. Okay. All right, which one is fake Zoe has never met her therapist and person growing up Zoe thought that the people on TV lived in the TV and return it off after fifteen minutes to give them a break or three Zoe is a licensed hypnotherapist, which one is fake your mom's an actress. So I would think that you would realize I got I gotta go with to think too was fake. So she I think it's wrong. It's three. You are not you another chance to win because I feel you've been they haven't been telling me, and you're by the way, dear listeners Zoe's face has been steady and calm and keep looking for clues. And she is not revealed anything. Thanks for taking the time to listen. This is on a ferris is unqualified. We appreciate Zoe stopping by this weekend, and the unqualified studio expect big things in two thousand nineteen from Zoe as she stars in the new Netflix TV show, the politician and recently signed on for the sequel of zombie land. Please check us out online at unqualified dot com..

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Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn Exit ‘Project Runway,’ Team Up for Fashion Reality Series at Amazon

Shop Girls

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn Exit ‘Project Runway,’ Team Up for Fashion Reality Series at Amazon

"Meanwhile, there's another new project that we should just mention because you know, we've all watched Heidi Klum Tim Gunn on project runway. Yes. So long. After sixteen seasons. Yes. And what's interesting is what is Heidi say wine. Oof. He says after serving incredible season project runway. Yes. A show. I was honored to host and help create. I'm incredibly proud of the shoulder. We'll always have a special place in my heart so excited that Tim Gunn, and I are partnering with Amazon for a new show. They are making the leap to Amazon studios that we don't really understand what it's going to be. It says they're creating a fashion reality series series that they will develop produce and host. And this is what I mean. Well, project one runway is going back to Bravo in twenty nine thousand nine interest. Yeah, I thought it was interesting. Also that their contracts didn't prevent them from jumping from project runway right to another fashion reality, obviously, it's not going to be the same kind. Maybe that's how they get. But tell me what you think this means because it's at Amazon did not release many details, but according to a press release obtained by the Los Angeles Times the new show. Oh will feature a Chappel experience for viewers. What does that mean that they're trying to make it interactive that they want that the whole show is going to be kind of like a commercially? They'll have things in the show that you'll be able to literally order online. That's smart if that probably air on I bet you they'll use streaming on Amazon is going to be available in two hundred countries. That is super smart. That's a lot of countries

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Lawmakers press DHS officials on protecting election integrity

02:23 min | 4 years ago

Lawmakers press DHS officials on protecting election integrity

"More in her new book things are really changing in terms of what's driving a sense in girls that i'm not enough as i am it's making them deeply unhappy even as it's getting them beautiful resumes and really high grades richard simmons joins us in the studio after this news live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi singh law enforcement officers are evacuating the area around the home of the suspect in the boston bombing in texas the associated press reports they're sending in an anti explosives robot lou girl ville police commander keith richie says his officers received the order to clear out nearby homes after investigators searched the suspect's home and surrounding area the suspect identified as a twenty three year old white male named mark anthony condit died overnight he blew himself up in a hotel parking lot off a highway as a swat team was closing in audrey mcglinchey of member station k u t says even though the suspect is dead his crimes so have residents on edge according to law enforcement the suspect detonated a bomb as police approached his vehicle on the side of a highway just north of austin member of the swat team also shot at the man police say the effect is now dead awesome police chief brian mainly said they do not know where the suspect in these bombings has spent the last twenty four hours mayor for we still need to remain vigilant to ensure back no other packages are devices have been left to the community four packages have exploded in austin since march second a fifth package exploded in a fedex distribution center outside san antonio tuesday for npr news i'm audrey mcglinchey in austin the us senate is hearing from top intelligence and election officials today to figure out how to keep election systems in the us from being hacked we have more on this from npr's miles parks a hearing is part of the committee's ongoing investigation into russian interference in the twenty sixteen election russian hackers targeted the voting systems of at least twenty one states leading up to that election and they broke into at least one according to the department of homeland security but there's no evidence that any votes were actually changed still it took dhs almost a year to get information about threat to the right state officials senators are grilling current and former d h s leaders today.

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Richard Simmons to pay $130,000 after fitness guru loses 2017 defamation lawsuit against publishers who claimed he was transitioning to a woman

The Phil Valentine Show

02:41 min | 4 years ago

Richard Simmons to pay $130,000 after fitness guru loses 2017 defamation lawsuit against publishers who claimed he was transitioning to a woman

"I want to get into that are closely related and one is an interesting ruling you know who richard simmons is right oh yeah i know yeah i know richardson fairly fairly fairly philippi the dude love me anyway he was ordered to pay nearly one hundred thirty thousand dollars to the national enquirer and radar online now why would he have to pay them 'cause he was suing them you know what he was suing them over they said that he was in transition to become a woman and he sued them and you know why he and this is kinda hilarious here folks because this is what i remember the time that i i said who was it miley cyrus yeah and i said you know she's a lesbian and so much phil you're to get sued and i said why that lawsuit miley cyrus is going to sue me for saying that she's a lesbian and i'll say in court miley is there something wrong with it because you're out there talking about how there's nothing wrong with that so how can it be slanderous for me to call you a lesbian there's nothing wrong with it richard simmons was suing because these two outlets the national enquirer and radar online said that he was a transgender but what's interesting is that they're saying that being dubbed a transgender is not defamatory simmons eight sixty nine was ordered by l a superior court judge gregory koshien to pay the media outlets attorney's fees and american media their publisher the defendant saw two hundred twenty thousand dollars in a motion filed in january that simmons's lawyer dubbed a billing fiesta some sued the media outlets in may for a series of articles that alleged that he was transitioning to become a woman he alleged that while he holds no personal ill feelings toward the transgender community the articles were false and defamatory to his character his lawyer argued that as a public figure as a legal right not to be portrayed as someone he is not however the judge ruled that alleging someone is transgender is not defamatory isn't that interesting so he tried to sue and well there you go they re the los angeles times reporting the simmons is appealing the dismissed motion so we'll see how that.

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