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Fresh update on "richie" discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

00:57 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "richie" discussed on Pop Shop

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Boston Bruins vs. Buffalo Sabres Highlights

ESPN Radio

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Boston Bruins vs. Buffalo Sabres Highlights

"It three to that's your final 32 Bruins all the moments of the game brought to you by first jewelers. moments in your life go forth to Firth. We'll get our scoreboard check in a moment. But let's bring in Paul Hamilton, now with His thoughts here. Paul. It was there for the taking, and of really bad third period ruined it for him. Yeah, well, the Bruins were ahead for Three minutes and 50 seconds in that game. And that's it. They took the lead for the first time at the 16 10 mark. I hated the goal. I hated the place started with middle statues kind of waving it. It's Smith in the neutral zone is he went by very poor effort there. And I, you know you go into the zone Reaching and preachy Richie and creature outwork everybody. And the sabers air around. You heard Kyle Pole, So say you got five guys, basically where they're supposed to be. But by that time everybody staring at the park. Well, what What if I always talked about for how many years now Awareness And nobody has any clue that Smith jumped in there. So whether you call it bad luck, Bad bounces. Whatever you want to call it. I call it creature working hard in the crease, giving the puck out to Smith. There He is, by himself and everybody. Everybody park watching. And You know that That stuff wasn't happening in the 1st. 40 minutes. I mean, what did we talk about? At the end of the second intermission that You know you got it can't go into the third period and have the hope that Lena saw Mark's going to stand on his head. And get to the game He almost did. I mean, he faced 15 shots in the third period he gave up to go or you know that the two goals But still made 13 say's while the other kids stands at the other end, what does he have to do? He stands there and makes three saves.

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Women Making A Difference In The Community

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

03:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Women Making A Difference In The Community

"Ladies. Thank you for joining me today here. Yeah it's great to get time to sit down with you guys you know. It seems like we were talking about before we jumped on. The schedules are crazy right now. It almost seems like it's busier now than it ever was before all running in different directions. So it's nice to get a few minutes to sit down and chat. I was wondering if we could jump in. And maybe start with you chris because There's a a very long history between our companies that may even go back and predate you some extent so back thirty plus years ago. My mom worked with richie on the It was his first location for believe it was everything. Yogurt won't think they landed on the staten island mall back. Then you know going back. Three decades plus and watching what you've grown into a several hundred acre amazing campus millions of square feet of hotel hospitality restaurants offices. What has it been like. You know being part of a team. That's grown so exponentially over the last thirty years. Well i've been so blessed to know. The nicole davis since nineteen ninety eight when i worked elsewhere awesome just i knew them as magnificent. Staten islanders and abso- impressed with them as business. People came to work with them in two thousand and eight. And since then i will say that they. They are wonderful business. People there magnanimous people. They're also great teachers. So james one of the things that's been such the the benefit that i can't list in the employee handbook is how much i've learned from them every single day since i started here If i'm being honest and candid nothing in my career or education would have would have said a perfect fit to work in real estate and hospitality. My degrees were in it But what they do is they have such vision. And i think going back to those everything yogurt days you could see it then in nineteen seventy six to say you know what the fast food market is missing healthy food back in the seventies when would to S food chain in. We have very limited offering. You wouldn't be getting a side salad. That's for sure but richard nicole tra- saw an opening in the market. And that really has been the thing that has been the game for them. So yes your mom was wonderful and finding you know working with them on that location for the mall. Their first location ever for their franchise was near wall street in manhattan So you know. The magnificent thing is to see them. Staten islanders with You know taking loans building a business through risk and hard work and building it to as you said a four hundred acre five hundred employees one and a half million square foot asset to our

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Georgetown Hoyas Unlikely To Win Against Colorado

Wendell's World & Sports

00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Georgetown Hoyas Unlikely To Win Against Colorado

"Tell you right now. Much as i love patrick ewing as much as i love america's coach doing as much as i love my georgetown. Hoyas i think. I pretty much Solidify that if you listen to me if you listen to my podcast especially the last podcast. That you know i am a devotee. I am a cult member. Follower of the georgetown holiest basketball program with the reason but even i had to be realistic to know that their chances against colorado too good not very good still remember. This is a team that had to win the big east tournament to get to the ncaa tournament so Not i mean. I don't know expectations. i don't know. I didn't think they'd get past villanova so i don't know i don't know everything right now is gravy with georgetown. So you know what if they beat. Colorado a man. I'll be dancing in the street. Mcmartin vendettas if they make it to the sweet sixteen. Be dancing on the ceiling. Lionel richie but I'm realistic in the fact that a pretty good chance decent chance strong shantha dilute

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Scott Disick Says Sofia's Relationship Ultimatum Caused Split

Daily Pop

02:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Scott Disick Says Sofia's Relationship Ultimatum Caused Split

"Let's get into the car dash in sofia. Richie had a wild ultimatum. In case you missed it. During the season premiere of keeping up with the kardashians scott revealed that sophia forced him to choose between her. In courtney i thought i would give it a try and make her more of a priority. But then even when doing that. I feel like she just started wanting to like push courtney out and she was like. I don't want to share you as a boyfriend with courtney and then. She literally said with an ultimatum. You have to choose me. Or courtney and courtney is coordination my kids. It's a unit a package deal. And i said i was like. How could you even want that for me. Talk about us ridiculous in which is ridiculous to ask me to choose between me and your ex when the kids connected to the. I'm gonna take advocate it. Because normally i agree with you however one of the i was watching the show last night and it is true that kevin then brought up really good points. And even chris saying it's they're not your usual x.'s. right they take trips together or sofia's on And they do a lot together with each other more often than the average. And if i with the guy for three years not like three months three years and you're still not inviting me to certain family events and i'm not feeling as though i'm welcomed into this family unit that you have. I guess some type of wet. I may not put down ultimate them and say it's her or me but i may say you need to start making me more comfortable and inviting me or more. I know you're just gonna invite me. He just gonna invite me out

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Where Estate Planning and Social Inequality Meet

Pod 4 Good

04:26 min | Last month

Where Estate Planning and Social Inequality Meet

"I'm richie philanthropy. Jesse vice admiral flint pod. Chris miller and today our guests are laurel and riley carbone kern founders of tall grass estate. Planning their goal was to create a different kind of law firm when they're reaches out to people who are routinely overlooked traditional law firms or people who are hesitant to work with traditional law firms we talked to riley in laurel about social justice through estate planning the lord of the rings and why everyone needs estate planning even sar on the deceiver enjoy. We are very excited. Have riley and laurel kaduna kern from tall grass estate. Planning on the podcast today. Hello both of you view. Elo mainly grits. Thank you welcome. Mo- more popular of the two of us. I would say it's all the incheon. Listen we fight over the attention. That's always been our problem. And i relate to. That aren't i don't have to fight for our listeners. They're going to be asking this point why we are having an estate. Planning company on the podcast. So we'll start with the most basic question which is how is estate planning social justice issue. I recognize that estate. Planning sounds like feels like smells like the most untold listed whitebread topic. Anyone has ever thought about. We are as spicy as as yes manny's however we are grateful to be able to do a fair amount of pro bono low bono work and we see in that practice a number of things pop up like over and over and over again people who their grandparents great grandparents own a piece of property and then didn't know about estate planning and so now they're in a situation where like fifteen people own it To be able to like apply for grants for certain things they would need to track all of down or pay for a quiet title action. It should be something that is giving them wealth insecurity but instead it's costing them money to have this asset and if you know what state planning is if you're willing to hear about it and learn about it It can really enhanced generational wealth for for non. Just you know middle class. America or or upper class market but like literally everyone. And that's why it's so important to us to help. People understand estate. Planning is for every single person. The the misconception is that estate planning is about figuring out who gets your stuff when you die and there's a whole lot of people who look at their lives and think i don't have stuff so who cares That's that's a wrong understanding of what it is. It's really just about making sure that the right people are in control at the right times of the right things and what we see your your question about it. Being a social justice issue is that there are massive disparity in who plans for that kind of control and because all of us no matter. What our demographic Racial status religious status nationality cetera. All of us are subject to losing that control because of disability and death because of the disparity in who plans there's also a disparity generational wealth and the influence political influence financial prosperity. That come along with that so over generations you see the disparity linked to you know we think of as as a as a pretty clear as one example reinforcement of systemic racism. Disproportionately people who have large amounts of money are larger. Amounts of money are thinking about doing estate planning right. It has occurred to them. Hey i should probably do a power return. He get a trust in place right but the reason that they're doing that planning the things that they see may be happening down the down the line in their lives and being possible. Those things are possible for every single person regardless of how much you have but if you have a plan in place it's gonna affect your life and your loved ones a lot differently than if you don't have that planning in place

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'Bachelorette' Rachel Lindsay accepts Chris Harrison's apology

Donna and Steve

00:46 sec | Last month

'Bachelorette' Rachel Lindsay accepts Chris Harrison's apology

"Chris Harrison apologized for offending Richie. Rachel Lindsay if you recall and the entire black community during his appearance on G m a yesterday You'll be happy to know that Rachel Lindsay accepted the apology. Um, she said that that's what she has to do to move forward with her life. On the other hand. Apparently. Michael Strahan, who actually conducted the interview with Chris Harrison was not as impressed, he said, You know his apologies, his apology, but it felt like I got nothing more than a surface response on any of this. But we'll see what he does, you know to make it better.

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Nike exec resigns after son used her credit card to fund sneaker business

DeaconLive

01:48 min | Last month

Nike exec resigns after son used her credit card to fund sneaker business

"High ranking nike executive resigned after a recent news reports revealed that had used the corporate credit card to help his luxurious resale sneaker business and herbert huber he and hiebert who worked for nike for almost twenty five years was most recently the company's vice president and general manager for north america her nineteen year old son. Joe herbert c. They spelled it wrong the first time. Purchase loads of sneakers and flip them for higher. Profits in one instance. He said that he gathered up. More than fifteen people to swarm a website selling pairs of the coveted easy boots and sneakers and use bots to bypass the system limited purchases to one per customer. Who are actually buying them. So he was able to snag them all up. Joe herbert said he bought one hundred and thirty two thousand dollars worth of yeezy s on his mom's credit card. I'm sorry. I'm a credit card and resold them for twenty thousand dollar profit. There's a couple of things that are going on here. So you may twenty thousand dollars on one hundred thirty two thousand one and you just keep one hundred thirty two thousand. You need at least double it. That's not very good Shares and stuff approve. The revenue of his company was making the teen sent financial statements to bloomberg reporter for the american express corporation card. And guess what was on his mother's name last year and herbert was promoted to nike's vice president and general manager for north america and moved the company touted -ly to a less than brick and mortar store and wanted depend on more of the nike app and stuff however she disclosed information that her son's company in two thousand eighteen and nike found no conflicts of interest. Her son also claimed that she was a high up at nike. He never received inside information from her so nonetheless she richie found out that he was using her car buying nike shoes. And all this other stuff and reselling them

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Scott Disick and Amelia Hamlin are Instagram-official

Chicks in the Office

01:34 min | 2 months ago

Scott Disick and Amelia Hamlin are Instagram-official

"Lana celebrities flaunting their love. This weekend you know. See all the pose. New couples coming out. Old couples making their debuts. We all knew that. Scott disick amelia. Gray where million hamlin were you know were together did not see full blown footage from you know their own accounts you would say of them together but this weekend was the time. Miami scott got blonde hair now. One platinum he posted a picture of the two of them at dinner on saturday nights. She's posted him driving the boat. They're having a whole miami weekend. And i gotta tell you. Read the picture of them walking on the beach together. Amelia looks looks fantastic in her in her leopard. It gave me deja-vu because i feel like besides scott's blond hair. I feel like we saw that exact photo of him and like sofia richie and and and almost an banning suit right like i feel like those pictures everybody talked about was sofi and scott was when sophia was also in that leper basic soups. Yes That was the thought that i had looking at the photos i was like. Why does this look like just so. Richie in scott is he has nineteen year old. Is that why we feel this way. Listen scott scott disick. He's gonna die hair blonde like that. He's going to date. Nineteen year olds nothing. He does really shocks me at this

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‘American Idol’ Confirms Claudia Conway Will Appear on New Season

Radio From Hell

01:54 min | 2 months ago

‘American Idol’ Confirms Claudia Conway Will Appear on New Season

"Daughter of Kellyanne Conway, George Conway. Was shown in some video auditioning for American Idol on Monday. In new promo for the upcoming season, 19 16 year old daughter of Kellyanne Conway and Trump critic George Conway appeared on American Idol commercials that ran during a two hour episode of the Bachelor. I'm very nervous, but very excited, Claudia said before auditioning in a promo for the upcoming fourth season featuring Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie. They've managed to drag off the ceiling long enough to be a A judge on American Idol. I'm Claudia Conway. My parents are high profile political figures, she said. While standing in front of the judges in Halter top and black leather trousers. Katie and Lionel seemed surprised to see her. Luke was caught off guard. Images within shown of Kellyanne on a giant screen, speaking with Claudia and the Teenager city next to her dad, George while they talk And then she auditioned and Ryan Seacrest said, You know, she's a big superstar on tick talk has over a million. I just Guess American, I, you know Say, But why? But you know what? Why would they do this? But I guess it's for ratings for his American Idol doesn't do as well as it used to. I guess that's the ring and all that probably happened a long time ago. The auditions and things they were filmed a while ago would be my guess. Yeah. Uhh! Seafood, I would think at least a few months. I don't know. No, no. Doesn't say exactly when. Here.

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"richie" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"richie" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"A rising tide raises all ships right. So you will. They're they're earn contribution to that morphing field that residents that you create in that group will help to bring you up. And that's what's so exciting. That's what's so cool and what's been in some ways a little bit frustrating with obviously the lockdowns is that it's hard to come together physically To do breath work sessions however in the first lock down in particular we were getting regularly about fifteen hundred people joining in for these instagram. Doing breath work from all over the world. And you could feel it. You could feel the change Off each of the sessions getting between two hundred or three hundred messages on instagram off to its of people sharing like this is what i felt and this is what was going on so there is power and a group definitely and we need to even if it is our online. There is still a great effect. I i've really really enjoyed talking to you. And i think ever. Since i started to pay attention to breathing in my own life but also since i started speaking to people who've made it the area of research like james nester or even having dr andrew weil on an his four seven eight brass technique and their results. He's seen with that. It does seem to be they the the little bit of magic that we all are capable of using because we will breathing and it's just a case of tweaking how you breathe and i do think the book is really wonderful in that sense of how you breathing now well. Let's get you to a place where you're breathing better because spoiler alert listeners. You might not be breathing in the best way for you. And that's not your fault you'd be the part of the majority. Don't worry yeah but the benefits you will reap from just paying attention to your breath and we've talked about so many brilliant concepts today and some of it might be a bit out there and intense for certain listeners but really the breath is it's so simple and that's the beauty and it's how impactful be yet. It is sir simple and in the book it really is shed in a way to make it as simple as possible to be to make the quickest and largest strides possible in order to develop relationship with your breath starts learn how to use it with purpose to really hopefully improve your life in many ways because i know sometimes i say show me the data and that is really important to me Just because i don't want to be head winked but equally when i go on holiday. Imagine that i've never had gone. Had a compensation with the pilot and asked about you know the physics of that. Because actually i believe that's the experts so it is a case of sometimes. It is really important to understand the science love it but actually the application as long as you basically listeners. If you're listening to me and any guest on the show you know that even though that telling you to apply my seems quite simple. The work has been done that to prove that. Actually you're going to reap benefits but if will you need to do is get five minutes of your day excellent. You don't have to do the research. I so agree with you there. You know. I always say when it comes to try to understand what to believe or what actions to take. It's all to do with your own experience in. It's all about like kinda mentioned the very beginning holding all the information all the views and all the police lightly in front of you and then experiencing for yourself to decide. What is your truth because you know what we'll serve. Yo truth might be different to somebody else's and that's totally fine that's beautiful it's part of being a unique individual And sir so yes so letting to breath in certain way trying. A breath work technique. It's pretty simple. Doesn't cost you anything And tried out and see what happens and he might be surprised. Thank you so much. The links to ritchie the book the app the website instagram will. Of course be in the show notes which can be found wherever it is that you're streaming and downloading this episode. Where richie thank you so much for being so generous with your time and your expertise. I've loved up. Oh thank you so much really fun. What a great conversation. I do hope you enjoyed that conversation with chimney. Thank you so much for listening if you want to get in touch with me. It's so easy. Email me out the beauty. Poku g mail dot com. You can damn me on social media and the guns. That's on instagram. And twitter if you want to to me and thousands of other listeners of this podcast there is a very vibrant and wonderful facebook group. That i would love you to join. The link is in the show notes which can be found wherever it is that your streaming and downloading this episode. You have to answer three questions and agree to the former un. But when i do you n you will be welcomed with open arms to our wonderful four. Thank you so much for listening. I will see on the next one..

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"richie" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

03:33 min | 2 months ago

"richie" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Welcome to the show. My guest on this episode of the podcast is cheap bostock. He is better known. Perhaps as the breath guy and he is a leading figure in breath work. He is breath. What coach author speaker and having reaped the benefits breath work in his own. Life is on a mission to share the life changing benefits of breath work to as many people as possible. Now las jail. I recorded a podcast. James nestor the journalist and researcher whose book breath the new science of a lost art. His findings had a profound effect on me. Personally i challenge you to read or listen to that book and not fundamentally become aware of and change your breathing based on his findings but it was an episode that i know also had a massive impact on many of you my most listeners. Because a lot of you got in touch about it and said how the exercises and how understanding of breathing had made a real impact on your own health. And here's the thing. I always thought that the evolution meant that every slight adaptation every change every modification was for the benefit or improvement of the species. James's findings proof that actually are spiritually system and specifically the structural nasal cavity sinuses teeth and mouth have made our breathing less effective at supporting optimal health. And this is what richie discovered. First hand on his journey to discover and practice breath work. He had about the iceman himself. And the applications of the wim hof method on tweeting autoimmune disease which is something affecting which his father on his pursuit help his dad. He realized he also found the secret to helping himself. Ricci has spent years travelling across multiple continents learning for many masters breath work from different cultures unto seen firsthand the transformative effects it can have on physical mental and emotional health and i was so keen to speak to which because after that conversation with james nesta that i resonated with a lot of you i wanted to bring another perspective on the breath to the conversation which is tens of thousands of people across the world and workshops retreats and online events and i was really keen to unpick his technique and find out a little bit more about what it is that he does but as hair which is own story is fascinating how he moved from corporate management digital entrepreneurship to devoting his life to sharing what he learned on that journey of discovery to help his dad. There are a few things that we'd be state of me off this conversation which is very wide ranging with richie. When he said the way that you all may not necessarily be who you are and how dramatic the changes were told himself. Forget who you think you all so yes. We talk a lot about breath in the benefits of breath work but we also discuss how through his breath work. Richie and many of his clients have been able to achieve a much stronger sense of self and their own intuition which has led to a happier healthier life since this recording i party one of riches free breath work sessions on his instagram and it was a really powerful experience toured. I expected breath session to be like not at all and of course links which is instagram will be in the show notes as will link to book is up everything we talk about in the po- cost but for now. Please do join me in welcoming ritchie. Who was so generous. And just so thoughtful. I really appreciated his insights. He is the breath guy. And i enjoyed very much having him on the show. And you welcome him to onto the gun. Show ritzy bostock the breath guy..

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The Magic Of Visualization!

Plan B Success

05:34 min | 2 months ago

The Magic Of Visualization!

"Visualize can be buck is taking it. One step further manifesting. You're making it real. That is the magical visualization although many senior china roy. A few minutes each day. Perhaps when you begin your day or ended roll. Your eyes met your mind. The picture of cheat vity degaulle. This can summon your entities. Everybody's chase after what you want. Make it real the difference between those that realize and those that are in the level of larry she also an exit strategies. You need to realize your goals vision. Many led light decide how they lead decided. The rain has lead the light they want. Neutralization is a big baller rains in your hands. Most of us have minimal over again. Women's limit however have morgan find control on our inner cells and are be. Why didn't we want and by me. So you're able to create a balance in your interactions with the external in weiner's in your favor. Our mines are highly thinker s to manage it. However when you spend time one that you're in your calm your mind talks and females that are beneficial to you you decide how interact and respond the outran wyman than The process of the organization is a practice into your mind and in line with your goals by teaching your mind sir your rules your mind helps your actions realize these lowe's buy new realize nation is not about seeing the richie in your mind but it's allows seeing them as already she where you see yourself having cheat them and perhaps are celebrating. You see you having these schools. You see the acura of your cheap. That is as asian z. Yourself haven't she these sandy. From any facet of our professional visualization helps you remain positive each jayme as many of these schools. I you on on truly realize visualizing something as already and she was working as five richie. Macy's huge difference in your photos to manifest or now billy you can. Your mind is awful tool than nuking unit inexperience in the mind and indefinitely as apart manifestation relation practice. Find your spots down on your senses. Open your minds. Who was renamed. Muscian may introduce yourself. Seek out of commemorates wholesome in the goal celebration an experienced seems potential coming. You're making it happen what you have seen by writing it down and making it a motivator on your journey to realizing is asian is a way to repel accelerate your role and raise your success. Visualize ation has the magic that your goals are and she let you take control of an insurance. You use it bennett work. You truly want helps you married understanding your desires and ensuring you cheese after what you re watch challenges. Obstacles shoe allows you to do. Is we happening them on. Your possess allows for your also your motions act the moment you will manifest desire in real life. Do yourself a famous yoga Union dramatic.

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"richie" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

07:20 min | 2 months ago

"richie" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Douglas who admitted that that on a couple of the tracks he brought anything was dick wagner some people to play on get your wings and when jack douglas was asked why he just said that They just weren't ready to hit the he needed them to hit at that point. You spoke to jack who looms large in. All of this story didn't you. I mean i know you did. I read the book. But jack jack brought a lot to the table here right well actually. It's funny. I didn't speak to jack for the book although he's able to Get a lot of research on him. And i found a lot of interviews with him and was able to use a lot of that stuff. I might actually approach jack A couple of times Personally and then also through Through various Mutual acquaintances and and he. He declined to be interviewed for the book. Although he does a lot of interviews on youtube and for various pullman nation so Yeah for some reason. He didn't want to participate But yeah no he. He looms really large in this story. Because you know he was responsible for you. Know aerosmith's records for you know to cheap tricks. Finest records for two of stars records. So he was a big part of this story. I felt like you talked to jack. Just because he's references. I guess so much in the book but did refresh my memory. Doug did did you ever. I know he never produced a kiss record. But what didn't didn't really was approached or there was discussion about it at one point. Yes yes oh After kiss made destroyer with. Bob 'sarin You know they. They were skittish about it. I mean but right now it's it's looked upon as a classic but back then It really took kiss out of their comfort zone with all the orchestrations and the the boy's choir and the colli opec and various other you know Filagree is on that record so So what bill. Coin did was for their next record which You know which they they ended up getting Eddie kramer for He actually approached jack. Douglas to see if he would produce the next kiss record and Jack was actually doing a lot of stuff with arrowsmith at the time. So he couldn't do it. But bob azran was you know was very vocal about be about feeling betrayed that Oh would knock go back to ezra and or even mentioned as rin that he was going to jack who was kind of like a protege to bob azran so He does figure in that story a bit. But but douglas never had anything anything to do with kiss after that one little scandal. I think it's hard for people to understand and realize that destroyer was such a polarizing record at the time because it's looked at as the by many the definitive kiss studio record in reality. It was at the time really polarizing and something that they felt at the time they almost needed to recover from which is why they went in and did a really stripped down almost live sounding record with rock and roll over but you now destroyers looked at this iconic record but then even though it was successful it really was polarizing to the fan base. Yeah and it's funny. You know you think about that record and you know best was hit and best. Was the song that you know. Kind of made in a way may kisses pop career But you think about that record and and peter. Chris is the only one from the band who's on that single. It's like none of the other guys play on that record which is kind of bizarre when you think about it. Yeah yeah no doubt now. It's much is you spend time in the seventies heyday for all these bans. Doug you do. And i was glad to see this. You do also venture into the eighties and also deal with some of the offshoot projects from these bands. Whether in the case of aerosmith's joe perry project or whitford saint homes with kiss. You even get as deep into doing a big section on. What sean delaney did with the scott brothers and all of that. I thought that was a really interesting thing. Because i love i love deep stuff like that and i. I know many of those records and songs in. I'm always very fascinated. I'm super fascinated with these bands. In the way they achieved the success but sometimes almost equally fascinated when it begins to unravel and all this. This offshoot stuff and i was really glad you included that in there as well thanks yeah. It's it's for me. As a researcher and writer i mean i took so much pleasure in getting the stars story. So you know. Stars came from The band looking glass hit with brandy. You're a fine girl hundred. Seventy two and richie reynaud came from stories. Who had a hit with brother. Louis and from stars Peter sweden who was the bass player when he left the band. He started in with Sean delaney in scott brothers which was a rock disco band. And you know. I never really heard of them until i was researching. This book and i really went in deep with them. And they're they have to records. That are just kind of totally out there outrageous And it was just a fun story to report out. And and i think i have stuff that no one else has ever gotten. It's fascinating you knew and you talk about stars in those guys having come from having had some history with other groups that's something. They tried to suppress when they came out as a as a harder. Rock act. Because i went. You know reading your book even though i know and love all these bands. It's still inspired me to go on youtube and find some things. And i found a tv interview with stars from like seventy seven where they ask. The interviewer asks them. So what were you guys doing before stars. And they put their heads down saying we don't talk about that well. Well yeah richie. Richie reynaud told me that. You know one of the things when they when they started stars and they started playing out. It's like he said if if if people know if our fans know that we came from these kind of wimpy pop bands you know we kinda lose some credibility so i think it was a very conscious decision not to Remark on their their histories. So you know that was kind of what they went for. An and stars had a very unique beginning because they didn't come from the clubs. I mean they were. They were an aucoin band. See you know. He had kiss kiss gave them gave him a lot of leverage. So right away. Stars were playing. You know feeders opening for peter frampton z. Z. top and then playing arenas opening for aerosmith and ted nugent so they were always an arena band. They were never a club band..

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New members of Congress representing New York sworn in

Meet the Press

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

New members of Congress representing New York sworn in

"Congress convenes for the first time in 2021 today, with two groundbreaking swearing in ceremonies from members from New York or from Bloomberg's tiny's Pellegrini one his Bronx representative Richie Torres, He's becoming the first openly gay black at let next member of the House, he'll replace Jose Serrano. Who is retired after 30 years in Congress, and the other is Monday. Air Jones, the first openly gay black member of Congress, and he represents parts of Rockland and Westchester County, replacing need a Louis who also decided to retire.

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Ho! Ho! Ho! It's a Christmas Special

Blaqbook The Podcast

05:42 min | 3 months ago

Ho! Ho! Ho! It's a Christmas Special

"Was good people. It's your boy richie rich against the men and welcome to another episode of black book. The podcast today. We'll go full house joy. I'm buying my man. Kill someone. Sanchez was going on people. Romy romy miss fi fi and this is a christmas special time of year where everyone gets. Merry bit wavy because chocolate chocolate on the menu. What's game on kobe plan. And just by the time of year well families get together quite big insane coaches not so much in others but of course when asked to solve with his. What does christmas mean to you. Want to start off well. I'm the biggest christmas fan. Hey i'm sorry about family. Food presents the food again. Food alcohol six and the baby still ahead okay. So what are we talking about them. My family is everything. No now say wa- table comes hinder eighteen tech. He got the lamb. Got the geest. Got the pheasant that runs across the road against everything so you have to make sure everybody on the tables causes to some mac and cheese and because over the years. Vegetarians have come into the family. Annex shifts piece of squashed on the table saw me to teheran than these new trends may see you accommodate all. Come on the table you know. Why rage pilots to keep everybody happy. Okay cool cool co. he's always say what's christmas like food. Food is well. Yeah we'll see what nigerian about. Gardening office definitely jello question. Those nigerian ghanaian joel a different general. I'm going to be biased. I'm going to say even nigerian going to say guardian. I think it because not julian stole. You've boise to the ones of have tried to the best of chefs senate. So you go there you go. That's why the nigerian dav had support. No one day. Say yeah say okay. Jell fries whilst more traditional dishes or stick to western so foods well for me mostly above some african on british But may i just stick to my often the beef. Yeah and. I'm badgering man. That's the only time very often could notify mccollum. Run have some parliament members that just work twenty four seven were clue. Just just everyone around the daewoo into can be foolish. And yeah you know. That's what it's all about mary. Month sange war. As everybody else said food oversee we in was being jamaican and guyanese. So you obviously there's the or i don't eat red meat so no pork beef. Norrland orlando for myself. i'm. I'm just now missing christmas with a crack. How can you be trying to tell backing swine. Ccc the puck is still there and pat cap. Good to know you is there. S and p's the coleslaw. Mac and cheese rose chicken as mom cooks the alarm and the pork is obviously my mom. My siblings eat it. Yes what was he christmas being. I've got massive family myself under off. Kgo eight siblings. Pretty time is mad for you. Then kinda matter now got two nephews as well so the family graham very family orientated. So i see my mom's side of the family on christmas day. And then i have a second christmas on like the box. In the order. Twenty-seventh my dad's side of the family. Because my grandma still alive to this day fight. Gordon razor invest in ninety. So that's out of the family link-up hers because he's a little bit difficult now because of corona traditionally. That's what we do. So i see both sets of the family. The ones that are in this country anyway said food family music. Alcohol notice nobody. Nobody truly to still barrington levy on sanchez. Kicking him boy mobile missile for me. Christmas is all about say common together as a family in love all of that.

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"richie" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"richie" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Do you do the economy's changed. Jobs are not as prevalent as they. Once were in many people report. Their businesses are down as much as seventy five percent. Is this the right time to start something new or is that just a stupid idea. Well let's hope it's a stupid idea because today that's what we're talking about how powerful it is to start something stupid with the author of the book the power of starting something stupid. My friend marketing impact academy alumni. Richie norton well richie. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm really excited to do this. You just the finest person in the world. Oh man you're the best an honor. I've been waiting my whole life for this very moment right now. I know for real though. I love you so much. I know you're asking me questions yet. But i've done mia. i've been there. I've followed you've taught me everything i know. Everything i say is straight from you just coming through my mouth. I dunno honestly so grateful for you. And what what you do for the world. Oh my gosh check is in the mail amazing because like literally this week. I have a hard copy of your book but for some reason. I bought a kindle this week and i'm just like oh my gosh this is so inspirational. There's so much of that. I need the world to hear right now because now more than ever i think people are really starting to realize nothing is certain d- i have to be in control of my own destiny and there's so little that i can count on that. Maybe now is the time that i considered like doing my own thing. It's sort of and you're just really motivate people to do that. Yeah you always had that kind of spirit you know. I don't know even as a kid my mom would encourage me and but also encourage my own willingness to try and help other people like the kid that no one else likes. You know i'd go and hang with that guy you know what i mean. I guess that's in my nature but as far as it into things that serve people enter. Entrepreneurial i mean i grew up with that by dow is entrepreneur. My grandpa was an entrepreneur. So he kind of taught me to think in different ways you know and so. I don't know if it's innate or learned but i've definitely been doing it for a while let's are the people who struggle with it right because we both work with those types of individuals now and i mean in the intro. People got to hear about how vast your experiences like. You're one of those guys who knows something about freaking every word making it up as a but there's i find that there's two different types of people those people who are like the really down to experiment to fail and it's like it's just not a big deal. They don't even think twice about it. They just leave. They jump to go for it. The hardest people for me. I feel like to reach in the ones that. Keep me up late at night. I suspect this is probably true for you to are those people who are so paralyzed by perfection. The ones who worry endlessly about is the right thing. Is this the right time warner people are gonna think what if i'm doing this wrong and i just i don't have that gene and i know you don't either but tell me about those people who you've worked with that maybe when you first working with them like how did you help them to break through that mentality. 'cause i know there's people listening right now that's that's me my hands are up to. How do you break through that. Okay this is my head spinning always examples but let me back up real quick lake. There's the voices that are outside that we hear there's the voice in her head that we hear and we tend to actually the had a lot. We also start to filter the voices of others almost in a way to say what we want them to hear. Even if it's negative someone might say like you're saying goes out of business and they here. Yeah but that's not for me. No no that's not what she leans set that it is for you. I remember i was sixteen years old. I wanted to make some money. I told my dad. I wanna make some money in the summer. We'll get like a minimum wage job. Picking up trash at like the local carnival. Or whatever i was going to do. He said worst add ever. He says you don't want to. Who says that he said no. I'm from san diego. He's he's a go to el centro and ask the watermelon farmers if you can either irregular sized watermelons from them that they couldn't sell to the stores because they're oddly shaped and i'm like okay. He gave me a little bit of seed money so to speak and filled up our family. The antic out the seats with these water mounts me and my brother. I was sixteen. Fourteen came back. Call up all my friends. parents said. Hey guys watermelons. It's almost the fourth of july. Do you want to buy them. They said yes. Probably its climate kid and whatever. I'll tell you what i learned from this process. I made more money in one day on the fourth of july. Then i would made the entire summer. Working minimum wage is what entrepreneurship learnable skill. It's just that sometimes we're not getting the right voices. We're not listening to the right people or filtering those voices in a way. That doesn't serve us about that. Filtering process like so. Do people know that they're filtering. How do you change the filter right. So we're filtering. It's like cognitive bias. Like we all. Let's yeah yeah. no it's true. Let's play with that for a second like you mentioned people who procrastinate and a lot of people associate the whole chapter my book on procrastination i've studied a procrastinator myself and people associate procrastination laziness when in reality the trait most associated. You can google stuff. People don't believe me the trait most associated with procrastination is immediacy. And you have to always do something right now.

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Start Something Stupid with Richie Norton

The Chalene Show

05:46 min | 4 months ago

Start Something Stupid with Richie Norton

"Do you do the economy's changed. Jobs are not as prevalent as they. Once were in many people report. Their businesses are down as much as seventy five percent. Is this the right time to start something new or is that just a stupid idea. Well let's hope it's a stupid idea because today that's what we're talking about how powerful it is to start something stupid with the author of the book the power of starting something stupid. My friend marketing impact academy alumni. Richie norton well richie. Thank you so much for joining me today. I'm really excited to do this. You just the finest person in the world. Oh man you're the best an honor. I've been waiting my whole life for this very moment right now. I know for real though. I love you so much. I know you're asking me questions yet. But i've done mia. i've been there. I've followed you've taught me everything i know. Everything i say is straight from you just coming through my mouth. I dunno honestly so grateful for you. And what what you do for the world. Oh my gosh check is in the mail amazing because like literally this week. I have a hard copy of your book but for some reason. I bought a kindle this week and i'm just like oh my gosh this is so inspirational. There's so much of that. I need the world to hear right now because now more than ever i think people are really starting to realize nothing is certain d- i have to be in control of my own destiny and there's so little that i can count on that. Maybe now is the time that i considered like doing my own thing. It's sort of and you're just really motivate people to do that. Yeah you always had that kind of spirit you know. I don't know even as a kid my mom would encourage me and but also encourage my own willingness to try and help other people like the kid that no one else likes. You know i'd go and hang with that guy you know what i mean. I guess that's in my nature but as far as it into things that serve people enter. Entrepreneurial i mean i grew up with that by dow is entrepreneur. My grandpa was an entrepreneur. So he kind of taught me to think in different ways you know and so. I don't know if it's innate or learned but i've definitely been doing it for a while let's are the people who struggle with it right because we both work with those types of individuals now and i mean in the intro. People got to hear about how vast your experiences like. You're one of those guys who knows something about freaking every word making it up as a but there's i find that there's two different types of people those people who are like the really down to experiment to fail and it's like it's just not a big deal. They don't even think twice about it. They just leave. They jump to go for it. The hardest people for me. I feel like to reach in the ones that. Keep me up late at night. I suspect this is probably true for you to are those people who are so paralyzed by perfection. The ones who worry endlessly about is the right thing. Is this the right time warner people are gonna think what if i'm doing this wrong and i just i don't have that gene and i know you don't either but tell me about those people who you've worked with that maybe when you first working with them like how did you help them to break through that mentality. 'cause i know there's people listening right now that's that's me my hands are up to. How do you break through that. Okay this is my head spinning always examples but let me back up real quick lake. There's the voices that are outside that we hear there's the voice in her head that we hear and we tend to actually the had a lot. We also start to filter the voices of others almost in a way to say what we want them to hear. Even if it's negative someone might say like you're saying goes out of business and they here. Yeah but that's not for me. No no that's not what she leans set that it is for you. I remember i was sixteen years old. I wanted to make some money. I told my dad. I wanna make some money in the summer. We'll get like a minimum wage job. Picking up trash at like the local carnival. Or whatever i was going to do. He said worst add ever. He says you don't want to. Who says that he said no. I'm from san diego. He's he's a go to el centro and ask the watermelon farmers if you can either irregular sized watermelons from them that they couldn't sell to the stores because they're oddly shaped and i'm like okay. He gave me a little bit of seed money so to speak and filled up our family. The antic out the seats with these water mounts me and my brother. I was sixteen. Fourteen came back. Call up all my friends. parents said. Hey guys watermelons. It's almost the fourth of july. Do you want to buy them. They said yes. Probably its climate kid and whatever. I'll tell you what i learned from this process. I made more money in one day on the fourth of july. Then i would made the entire summer. Working minimum wage is what entrepreneurship learnable skill. It's just that sometimes we're not getting the right voices. We're not listening to the right people or filtering those voices in a way. That doesn't serve us about that. Filtering process like so. Do people know that they're filtering. How do you change the filter right. So we're filtering. It's like cognitive bias. Like we all. Let's yeah yeah. no it's true. Let's play with that for a second like you mentioned people who procrastinate and a lot of people associate the whole chapter my book on procrastination i've studied a procrastinator myself and people associate procrastination laziness when in reality the trait most associated. You can google stuff. People don't believe me the trait most associated with procrastination is immediacy. And you have to always do something right now.

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Dick Allen, 7-time All-Star and MVP, has died at age 78

Charlie Parker

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Dick Allen, 7-time All-Star and MVP, has died at age 78

"Dick. Don't call me Richie Allen. Seven time Major League Baseball All Star passed away in Pennsylvania 1964. Actually rookie of the year with the Phillies 1972 American League M v P with the White Sox. According to the team, the Phillies air heartbroken over the passing today of our dear friend and co worker, Dick Allen. He'll be remembered not just is one of the greatest the most popular players in our franchises history but also a courageous warrior who had to overcome far too many obstacles to reach the level. He did.

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Philadelphia Phillies Legend Dick Allen Dies At 78

PTI

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Phillies Legend Dick Allen Dies At 78

"Tony i wanna see a few words about the passing of dick allen. One of my favorite players as a teenager philadelphia phillies richie allen. But he wanted. Mvp on the south side in one thousand nine hundred seventy two plan for the white sox and two years later tony. He had what i thought was a but at the time was a fifteen year old kid in attendance. It was split. Check swing down the third base line. One out in the ninth inning against nolan ryan broke up the no hitter. The closest i ever came to seeing a no hitter in person with all the games. But dick allen he was a hell of a player probably didn't get his do then and michael schmidt one of your favorite players know a big defender of dick or richie allen whatever. He was particularly affiliate for mike schmidt. Just a wondrous player michael jackman. He's one of the greatest third baseman of all time.

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Aaron Rodgers leads Packers past undermanned 49ers, 34-17

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Aaron Rodgers leads Packers past undermanned 49ers, 34-17

"The forty Niners have been injury plagued and also had four players on the code nineteen lists as a result the Packers steamrolled the forty Niners thirty four to seventeen Aaron Rodgers was twenty five of thirty one for three hundred and five yards and four touchdowns with a rating of one hundred and forty seven point two that's the NFL in twenty twenty I'm see they've got hit with the injury bug a lot to a lot more than you see but it's still still football still feels great to win there's going to be six in two and a half way point person vision divine say Adams had ten catches for a hundred and seventy three yards and a touchdown Nick Mullins struggled at times but finished twenty two of thirty five for two hundred ninety one yards and threw a forty one yard touchdown pass to Richie James junior Riley on Santa Clara

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"richie" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

06:56 min | 5 months ago

"richie" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"And i'm wondering next year then would be your tenth anniversary. Have you talked to. The guy's gonna to watch ring. Is there some sort. You get something for decades. Please do not want a good question. You're absolutely right is coming up to a decade And to be honest without being the you know that being shy about it. I mean i go into the band on their farewell tour. You know whatever that meant at the time wherever fail maine's to different people are under no illusion appraised. Who's going to be going any more than two. Three years might be maximum. So it's still be you know. Just come up with praise more or less Music with as everyone knows ten years later. He's you know and i have. A cliche is true. Man on your africa. Maybe but ten years. I was still going strong. Richie richie i have to tell you man that. There's some commonality about that. Because when i left alice. Cooper to join thin lizzy in two thousand eleven. It was literally gonna be the six weeks with you guys and then they were. Everybody was going to go back home. And just kinda see what's up and we never came off the road. We stayed on the road all two thousand twelve. That's when the black star. Riders idea came together. And you know in the blink of an eye six or seven years had passed. I'm sure you know what we're talking about. Eddie it's like it's just the nature of the beast. It's how it's how it happens. Voice mean what's to secrets Fifty fifty people. Look i think being on the inside. I think that secret is to being together for things are essentially And one of the reasons is you can see how infectious it is. You know you you get out on the road diamond. You get you play music to these fans in these countries around the world and inspired you to write music when you're writing music and put it down. I can't wait to get japan or brazil or england and play these songs in. You got to do that. And then the cycle goes round again and thin lizzy in judas. Priest about such low fans spas now for fifty years. You know really fortunate and again to be out there mikey. Music performance for fanciest light As big as gifts anyone can ever also yeah. I always say because it's a big talking point with so many artists that i have on is when when to say when you have a lot of bands that have done farewells or retirements and then pulled back on it. I had priests on my show ritchie. I think just before you were in the band that they talking about and promoting a farewell at that time the guys in deep purple. I just actually went on the road with them not too long ago and they've been calling their tour the long goodbye and i just talked to roger glover a couple of weeks ago and rogers like they just put out a new record. That's really good rogers. I think we're gonna make another one. It's just my my position on that. Though when you talk about priest or you talk about alice. Cooper both could fall into this. Category goal is long as you want. As long as you're still good. And in both of those cases i mean people love firepower. Great record. I saw one of the shows on the tour alice. I see all the time. He's unbelievably great. Still so as long as you're not going to the show and saying oh my god these are guys are a shell of what they used to be then why stop and purple still great to i mean you've got these guys been doing it fifty years but some of them are still really really good and to me. That's the only criteria that i want to see a ban stop as a fan is if it becomes bad and it's like i don't want to remember them like this. I think i think that's well said at a. And i remember talking with alice about that at different points in time and you know. He's very outspoken. With saying the barometer for him is very simple. is the rolling stones. He's like david as long as it's stones are still playing and putting on great shows and you know obviously You know having a have. An engaging frontman mick jagger guys the ever ready bunny just like alice. I mean they're in great shape. They're healthy you know I hope i have all these bands. Continue to play forever You know man it's It's a thrill for me to have had the experience of playing in thin lizzy since two thousand eleven are going through the experience with blackstone. Riders was fantastic. Writing songs with ricky warwick with scott gorham ad for me. It was really that time period. They kinda got my created wheels turning again not since way back in the brother cane days and i started thinking man. I'd like to get back behind the microphone singing my own songs. And that's what gave me the idea to start committing more full-time to to my own music to a solo career. So tourtelot last year as you know we. We got to support ufo back. In february we did dates with the winery dogs. Back last last spring As zing run with my friends and clutch toward the end of the year is a lot of momentum. I was starting to feel. And so. That's when i started writing. What is my new record that The single is coming out tomorrow. We had all these plans man. It was momentum. We had plants nick. Rescue lennox is producing my new record. I know you're a fan of knicks and regular listener of the show. He tax me every day after. Whatever i'm talking about he's like hey check this out or comments on something. And we're we're in touch all the time he's he's he's not a great producers a great rock fan. He's really great to talk music with so the total rock famine. So you know. And then of course mid-march everything shuts down. We can't finish the record. Everybody's gotta go home. Stay home and certainly my family. And i are committed to standing on the side of health and safety do whatever we can do man to try to manage this and get out of it one day but it is certainly not ideal for musicians artists. You know people that want to be putting out new music. It's scary time. I feel i under fortunate to be in the position as being fully independent artist. I don't have to have a bunch of board meetings with a major label and you know major promotion company in all all stuff I look tomorrow. there's a lot of americana artists that i really look to. Who are independent. Or somebody like. Joe biden masa. Joe puts out his own records on his own label. So that's i'm committed to that platform so we've recorded about two thirds of the album. Eddie and we were sitting on a couple of these great tracks particularly the title track battle lessons so we.

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New Mexico is first state to elect all women of color to the House

All of It

02:00 min | 5 months ago

New Mexico is first state to elect all women of color to the House

"There's a historic first last night David, including the election of LGBT Q politicians, Delaware elected the first openly trance state senator in the country, Sarah McBride In Kansas, Stephanie buyers became the first openly transgender person ever elected to the Kansas State House and the first openly trans person of color ever elected to the state Legislature in the US, Cory Bush became the first black woman Elected to Congress from Missouri. Richie Tour is here in New York. He became the nation's first openly gay black congressman. The entire New Mexico House delegation is now made up of women of color. So you know, Tio, some of our colors, points about like, how in a pink Pepsi on Twitter about how could be so close? How could trump be re elected? I mean, Should we be thinking about the country's a little more purple than red and blue? I think so. I think that's a huge takeaway here, and that's certainly what we've been hearing kind of going into the rights and Georgia, for instance, like we talked about the purple in Georgia for for a long time now, But no, I think that you know you you bring up those examples and they're so important and they're so positive because that kind of representation matters and it's so important and should inspire others to get into politics. You know, I, um I hope that that catches fire and we see that more places across the country, but I was just struck. You were listening Those names just how they're not confined to a small set of states. That really was something that's happening more broadly. I think that A lesson from this campaign. The last couple of campaigns is how kind of hard work politics on the part of unknown candidates or underdog candidates can really pay off. We certainly thought that in New York City last cycle with Alexandra Cozzi Cortez winning that surprise victory. I mean, that was kind of thing that lit the fire for so many of the other. Often more progressive candidates to do well in yes State House races in Congress races across the country, So I think that you're right and picking up on the trend here and count me among the hopeful who think that it's going to be the start of a of a longer trend yet.

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What It Means To Unblock

On The Verge

06:32 min | 5 months ago

What It Means To Unblock

"Hey, hey, hey, good morning to you. I have a an exciting week in store for us. Well, at least for me, I hope it is for you and that is regarding the tag line for virtual data that has been in the center of my heart for Seventeen years now unblock and fold unleash am going to get to that in a moment. But first i'm just telling you that I am not moved in to my six month rental yet. My husband and I are still sort of unbounded untethered we move in tomorrow actually and have been floating around northern Maine for the last week with us being that we are still in the middle of this covid-19 as people like to call it now. We wanted to stay away from the crowd and safe and Ed. As we moved around stay away from human beings as much as we could so we are landing tomorrow in our 6-month rental and I look forward to be having at least some of my stuff in one place. It has been it has been quite a ride, but the ride continues. So without further Ado, let me get to them what we are going to be talking about this week the tag line for Verge. Yoga came about in 2004 before I even opened good friend of mine. Johnny. Gillespie asked me well what your tagline Cara and I'm like, what do you mean tagline? I need a tagline. You said? Yeah, you need a tagline like oh crap. So I allowed the question as I often encourage you to do play with questions drop questions into your Consciousness because guess what you're extraordinarily intelligent and you will come up with them. Answer somehow someway you can just trust it. So I remember laying down and taking a short nap one day and after I had been mulling around what time the tag line forever giaga, and I opened my eyes from the nap and I set out loud unblock unfold and Leash what the heck and I started playing with it and I thought okay, you know what we'll start with this and we'll see how it evolves over time. Well, it has stuck at least for me and I'm going to explain to you off the course of this week what the meaning of Unblock unfold unleash means to me and has meant to thousands of students at virgi Olga. Unblock will just start with that today. It really is the basis of mental Fitness. And you know, I've been talking about mental Fitness and I am all mental Fitness. Now my fridge and mental Fitness is is really the three domains of body brain and biome and how to get to the root causes the root of our imbalances the root of our struggles the root of our aliveness and intelligence and I don't want to play up at the surface. There's enough surface-level self-help out there. What I hope to bring you everyday in 6 minutes or less is route route remedies route practices route protocol protocols. So unblock is this outer level of breaking patterns, which we spent a whole week on a few weeks ago go back and listen. And I and and those patterns are physical mental and emotional. We can unblock patterns through practice through inquiry through looking at through being curious about and I think that the easiest patterns to unblock are generally the physical ones if you think about a yoga practice, we are unblocking tension. We are unblocking tightness. We are discovering where we are where we are stuck physically my hips my hip flexor my back my neck. I'm talking personally here. So unblock is really about identifying and then starting to chip away at obstacles that hold our energy back. In in the in the root definition of yoga. It is about on releasing obstacles that impede Richie or Pro NE Chi energy from flowing through our lives. And so this unblocking is this first level and I gotta tell you we're never really finished with unblocking. I mean, we will always Circle back cuz we will always buy new levels of mental physical emotional tightness and tension that's ready to be released. So my question for you today is is what can you start unblocking? What is ready to start releasing or dissolving? What patterns would start with the physical? Look at your yoga practice. Look at your your your workouts. Where am I stuck? Where am I weak? And then we move into mental and emotional through our brain practices through the meditation practices the inquiry the Stillness the silence the Solitude off for today. We're going to just play with those those layers peeling away the layers where we are stuck where we are tight and tense home and that is how we start to unblock the energy that brilliant Prana G life force energy. Just so waiting to run through you and me through me.

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"richie" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"richie" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

"Let's say Dubai to do something for somebody or do you mostly American celebrities to deal with football players do deal with royals in Dubai Saudi anything like that. So we definitely do deal with royal families. is a different dealing with them than the celebrity different because you need to cater. As if you're catering for five hundred people when it's one person shopping, they closed their eyes, they just point. They don't discuss any pricing, they have their assistant negotiate. It's definitely different because when you go to them, you have to make sure you're prepared. because they're bit more stricter, they don't like too much talking involve the more strict. Very strict. They don't WanNa have a conversation. They don't want to be best friends with you. Even though I'm friends with a few royal families, but it's it's a bit different. It's not like chitchatting laughing moments when they're shopping, they want serious shopping, right? No one around them. No loud noise. They WanNa, concentrate on what they're picking have shampoos is money no object with Saudis and and I had actually They came to the store. We didn't know there. There were royal a royal family when they came in, they had their security team come in sweep. The whole floor got everybody out of the office. The older lady came in close her eyes. She just started picking one item jumped from one to ten from ten to twenty from twenty to seventy items. It was like the first time we we had big sales, but it was the first time in store shopper bought more than fifty items at one time. While, but to may have you ever met king. The Moroccan King Okay. How was that? So Well, my brother and I sell to the Moroccan king. Okay we sell a lot to him. He's he spends obviously the money's not an issue there. And he spends the unlimited is no limit. Noiman. Unlimited. What about any Queens Queens? We have one, but that's we had some. NDA signed. So we can mention which one and now last question tell me about the European soccer players because that's a whole different group, they make hundreds of millions of dollars as well. Are they different type of buyers? Or. They like the over the top. They definitely do like over the top. Do I have any soccer players? European soccer players? We have a few a handful. the like more delicate pieces, but sharp pieces they you know they won something over the top, the best quality the. Caller and clarity. They want the best, but they wanted cleaning. Classy. I. Liked that I liked that. So basically, your best customers are. Wealthy people or celebrities. What's a better client for you for me? Being. Desperate for the tag on instagram. Not for for me, the best I would say regular clientele. As much as I. Do like servicing the CELEB- Clientele. And showing off who I was wearing, whatever is that of Oh, but the wealthy clientele are the easiest to deal with. They close their eyes. They understand the hard work that we put into the jewelry and the understand the value. They don't want anything for free for Shat out and whatnot. we had the NEI-, many clients actually even Klein's but celebs that want free stuff. For Exchange of shadow, it doesn't work for me. It works for other jewelers were not in business. They give free stuff, right? You think a lot of jewelers give out free stuff I. Know a thousand percent Gal freestone kidding, yes. We have screen shots, auditors giving me this for free for shout out this. Jewish Guinea that for free. We're here in business to make money live a life, everybody works hard for their mind riber. You're also getting a lot of customers from some celebrity. So it's not worth to give a piece celebrities to get a lot of clients rather. Rather not right now. I don't do that. But there's other jewelers like I said that do that maybe in their earlier stages, they would give out free watches or free piece just the girl their name. With a great relationship that I have with my clients they always. Send a their friends and family towards my way. I, like that because they they understand the heart value of working and the value of the peace and whatnot Laura Richie will we just wanted to touch base. Make sure people are still buying still shopping in this crazy world. Crazy economy. I don't know everyone says there are people are saving, but everyone I've talked to some people are coming in every jeweler. My cousin has a jewelry store. They'll like people are shopping everywhere shopping. So everybody's using their stimulus checks. That's what it is, and so people get stimulus checks, they wanna use them right now. Employment the whole thing working. Well. That's a whole nother topic. WE'RE NOT GONNA get into that kind of political agenda Ritchie. This is a fun podcast. Thank you. Babe the back for the extra laughs. I appreciate it guys. So we are in front of Danny's pizza. I'm about to Food Guy Yummy or crummy review, which is my new segment on Instagram I cannot wait to see. The first one comes out today, check it out. It's actually a place called. L.. Z's in South Jersey and it's a sub shop, but the bread is made out of humongous pickles. There's no bread and it looks just a sub sandwich. So check that out. We're going to Danny's pizza. See what we got right now. I'll talk to you guys later mortimer wherever you are. I. Have No idea but I hope they find you..

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"richie" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

06:19 min | 9 months ago

"richie" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

"I. Tip my hat off to him with his watch designs in creativity when I did pr back in the day I made that five times on watch everybody wears even now famous i. I put that out there for Jacob I did that like before everybody liked that was like my thing got on Diddy I. got it on. Everybody. That was like any became like the hot watch was graph? Harry? Winston. They have unique Have you ever met Harry, no, I haven't. The watch game is huge right now. He's so tell me what the hell happened. Everybody was wearing. The AP's then all the sudden everyone to the paddock's now everybody like what Tommy you're. What you think of one. Is when the culture when I say culture, the HIP hop culture. Yes. They when they rap about it, they have a very big influence. A very big a lot of him, right? So how do you? It's like. About the black and yellow diamonds or black and yellow objects and items and luxuries. Items all of a sudden black and yellow diamonds were. Flying off the shelves off every other jeweler on the block. So, when they rap about AP's Paddock's Richard Mills. Okay. Besides the songs breakdown, the watches, what happened? There was the rolex. Labor is always going to be in. All everybody to wear. Rolex. Okay. Go ahead, whoever has a richer meals gonNA wear rolex. It's like having a Rolls Royce and and you just have like a Cadillac or remember Sadi's or Range Rover. You could have like a sick car and then everyone you know just that upper go ahead. With paddock any appeals more than more like a phase like I? Say because of the rapper singing about it, but it's not only the rappers. It's also the fashion guys that G.. Q.. And? And therefore, other people would want to wear it. Okay. But Richard Mealy. An underdog how the hell did it just come out of nowhere marketing marketing because they don't believe in advertise great marketing, they put it on different tennis players, golfers he put on there is everybody's watching the tennis match or the Golf Show game. They see it on the guy's hand and you know just moves forward. And everybody wants to buy the. There's Richard. Mills. That went for sixty, nine thousand and three years later with the great marketing skills that they have. It's almost two hundred thousand that watch. Same thing with Paddock Philippeville. Panic Philippe and Richard Mille out, consider them both of them on the same level. How do they just keep going up? I don't understand. So do you think that's as good as as gold or diamonds getting those watches? Frank Miller was the same way. Frank Miller was just as big as Richard Mille, twenty years ago. Okay and. The guy just decided to walk away had an issue, the two partners he walked away. Into Frank Mueller. I was wondering because it was like watch. And then something happened. Went to nothing Filippo. It is now okay the designer left and the whole company just went downhill tubing. The. What happened to the value of that? Goes. Shit. It becomes. Fifty cents on the dollar forty cents on the dollar for the watch while I mean, I, don't think that's going to happen to paddock has been around one hundred years. Same thing with from you and they've been around for like eight years I release. Kidding. Correct. While well, I got that Richard million. I hope it doesn't go down because. As of now as of now, but I thought it would have gone down during the pandemic unlike ever going to sell their watch nobody went I. Believe it went up. You know definitely went up. Definitely, why not? All, right. So right now. Are People coming into the stores to shop at the time right now, we're only taking people with appointments, but the street is full. Everybody's scavenging for gold and solid investment. Just that by with their cash, put it away and never see it, and hopefully grows in value because you can't sell a custom food God piece, but you could sell the necklace for people going custom or are they just great question. Thank you. Actually this morning I got a message from a client. He's making two pieces for an La Lakers player as a president. Right? There are accustomed pieces being made with the Clientele, I, had from the past. because my doors are open for everybody, just the walk in. and just by in try to place an order. Backed up with orders. And They are custom pieces being made at the moment. What's really like a difference between athletes meaning baseball player, a basketball player, and a football player on the spending on the kind of stuff they like who spends who's cheap, who doesn't buy anything? What's the? What's the Gimme the breakdown of those three baseball basketball football. Hockey. I'm not going into hockey because I don't think they are. They're not. They're not even jewelry type of people either baseball guys. But I think they are more than hockey people who spends the most between football and basketball basketball players, basketball players spend. Okay, Great. The number, one seed, not cheap none of them are cheap. They just have different tastes in jewelry. So baseball players would go for more bracelets and necklaces because they could wear that during the game basketball players can really wear that. So the just by anything the became aware that the game it could wear it outside of the game in have anything right as far as football players. It's very hard to deal with football players actually because of the size. They, have big risks. Big Broad shoulders. Let's more money for you were gold more diamonds. Bro. But they don't WanNa. Spend that. They think they can take a twenty inch chain, but it's when it's long on someone else at six foot, one at two hundred and fifty pounds. They expecting that twenty inch chain to be the same thing when it's a choker on them, right? Okay. I, understand that. So who spends more basketball player basketball players? Football players, baseball players, and then hockey players? Probably soccer. Then hockey deal with the European Saudi European Clientele to people fly in or did you fly to?.

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"richie" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

06:22 min | 9 months ago

"richie" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

"What is the difference? Between. Ten Care Fourteen Carat Eighteen carat in twenty four, karat gold because I, told you the other day, I'm doing minute chain. Richie I. Don't understand I like I like gold jewellery, I. Don't like that yellow gold. I liked to rich looking gold ozzy. Osbourne wears it's kind of darker I think people want to know what is the difference in ten? Fourteen, eighteen, twenty, two, carat, and twenty, four, karat ten carried as many. Other ones that aren't listed on the charts. Okay. That people don't actually follow. But the lower, the gold number it is if it's eight or ten characterized stronger metal. Okay. Or what the color the color is a bit. Dolor. than. What is Ozzy Osbourne's goal looked? So gold a lot more pure is no artificial liquids added to it for Canada's at. Twenty four karat. That's a twist pure, and that's the pure gold twenty four karat. Okay, and then he goes platinum. Obviously, you see you learn something they have no. Didn't know that I didn't realize is every time I see gold I feel like Oh this yellow. But that's what I'm looking for like that goal that doesn't mean twenty four karat is the best because if you haven't eighteen or fourteen carat gold to lot stronger because it has different metals mixed into it that hold the medals tighter together I guess you could say So fourteen and eighteen, it's the best. As, for jewelry to work with hands on, but if it's an investment piece where it's one break and you just putting it away. Twenty four karat is better than what I tell people about diamonds. Now, what does there's the real diamonds? Obviously. So there's other manufacturer. Diamonds can just tell people with different away from lab grown diamonds. They look exactly the same look, the same the passes diamonds have the price said to have the price. So why would somebody want to? But it's not a real diamond from the ground. Hand, me know what I'm saying if I was like, let's say woman and I wanted a gorgeous ten carat ring and I'm GonNa plan to wear that forever, value won't stick forever. But the value or the fact that I wanNA wear beautiful ring value because if you're putting your money into something you wanted to hold valium and who says the lab grown won't grow they won't the beers blood almost ninety percent of the stock and they're killing the market selling a ten cents on the dollar. From what they paid. Also, you like get a ring right now, ten cents on the dollar diamond ring if you find the. Where do we get it? I'm in. That market, no I know, but I'd like to. Can you look for me? You can look possible while here we are guy. Now what we're doing, we're pulling up to Danny's pizza, Yup this is it I, remember I call them. So apparently, they have a famous pesto sauce and there's an hour and twenty minute wait, which is driving me absolutely crazy, and let's see I don't know We're going to go in here. Everybody's got their masks on bring might mask I hope Yep I sure did, where'd you tell us a little bit about some of the celebrity clients demanding they are what the requests are most select clients are not as the manning as people think. The just want their pieces fast obviously, but they also want it done, right? Okay. There are some demanding clients. I'M NOT GONNA spill the names out. But there are a handful of clients that wonder pieces the next day that the order. which is almost impossible. We actually made a ring. For client within three days all through facetime. There were in London. I was in New York, and we had the ring done meet in three days. We literally had the guy. Sitting. At the bench for two full days him and his brother working and making the ring. While maybe woman you have any close actually. took. Nothing. She just wants the ring on her finger, right? Okay. So see you're answering. No, would if you were to get engaged Babe, what kind of Ringwood you looking for? WHAT SHAPE? WHAT SHAPE? Round obviously popular. That's basically kind of basic thing holds the most value round around early and how much value. Okay. Basic. cushioned. pair. Radiance. Oval an enrolled are the hottest right now? I like Emerald Cut. I don't like pair at all cut is actually flying off the shelves, right? Yeah. We don't even have time to restock. On the Merle fast as we sell, what's a difference of what's cushion cut? It looks like around, but it's more fluffier. Okay. More volume to it, cushion and reading very. Cushions have, cut corners reading of sharper corners. And then it goes princess and Emerald. Cut Go next to the radiant cut right because it's more long aided and more square and rectangular. So now my question is people liked to fly you in where you'll get. They'll send the Jetson just to bring a ring. Tell me tell me how that goes. We have many clients that they want their item so fast, they don't want they don't WanNa. Wait for the Fedex or ups delivery truck to deliver their piece, it would send their jet, fly me out and have the piece earlier just for them to enjoy it. Have you ever have you ever? Anybody's jewelry by accident. No. Never never lost a running on the way to private jet. Nothing. Never thing on. Let me ask you this. Who would you really like to work without their whose client? Would you like to take take? Yeah. Well, because somebody everybody's to. Take somebody somebody who do you want whose climate I would love to have oprah. Okay. But she probably deals with like to Harry Winston derived. But I'll take them. Let's easy. It's not that easy bro over that easy to take. Curb, but it's easy to take them away from those other jewelers. Right Jay Z. Beyond say. The wearing shorts. That's beyond like unlock. I'm pretty sure if I move in there I could I don't think stalk them. Figuring it out I think she's pretty specific with Lorraine. Rain is a great jeweler, great designer though who are some of your favorite jewelers that you see that you're impressed by Lorraine has amazing designs, Okay Jacob.

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"richie" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

04:44 min | 9 months ago

"richie" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

"Queens New York today. I haven't been queens in a long time. I basically try to stay away from everywhere. I'm always in New Jersey or long island. 'cause everywhere has been zoo of a mess cenex going on You just never know what you'll find around the corner in any of the boroughs these days. So started going into Brooklyn, but now in venturing into Queens, and I'm doing along with my jeweler. Who I named. Who is. I guess became he likes to say celebrity jeweler. He's smiling ear. He loves that celebrity jeweler. Celebrity Jeweler. Ritchie. Sub and our friend, we call her babe in the back seat. If you hear somebody laughing, that's ritzy because that would be. WILL BE WEIRD and we're getting a tour the neighborhood. So. I came down here because I'm actually my food chain I'm switching it around and I decided, I, don't like those hanging chain. So I'm GonNa make it like a nice. Short choker, and we're going to pick out a chain. But on the way here I said, you know what? We're going to queens and I remember there was a famous place called. Danny's pizza would richie spelled wrong D. A. N. N.. Y. S., but it's an I. S.. Yeah. You did. You did. You did your good with diamonds where you're bad with spelling grammar and everything else drop out of school. Oh, you drop out. I didn't know that. That's great news. Anyway, guys, Richie rich finally got verified on instagram because of all his amazing. talented. Clients. and. On. Amazing. All the amazing press that he got rid. Now, you're going to have to start listing off some of your clients because you put it out there. So it's not a secret. So what do you got top one? Obviously Food God, we have Connie Kanu Connie was okon. Yay. What'd you think Connie? No? That's your name right away after that. So predictable Adam Levine Travis Scott. Baldwin Rita Ora conor. McGregor Floyd spoke to yesterday. The list goes on You name it, they would probably shop by me Tom Cruise. Brad Pitt. Yet not yet all. The shop. I wanted to name Travis Scott I say. the migos shop by which one offset takeoff. Okay. Pulse Malone obviously. Obviously you've Roy. Great friend a good client of mine. We love. Post Malone. That's that's the Guy Post. Malone is the guy. dray. London is a great friend of yours, obviously, right? Yeah would the world the way it is today what's happening with the jewelry business? So take a step-by-step March, your pack post, Malone Concerts. You're still can everybody on instagram delivering all their fucking sick goods supposed to get a birthday present of beautiful colored stone ring. Everything is on the way obviously with this whole pandemic. Everything got pushed back. who were trying to catch up with all the work that's been on hold gold is at its highest right now. So. It's actually hurting us as well because when we took the price when we gave the dealing. With the client we would close him in one price. Now, the price is almost double because of gold and diamonds the jewelers. Yeah. You have to take a loss or you just returned the money combined for waspishly return the money back clients. Clients. You don't want to take a loss on them Lee. So you gotTa make them happy. But gold is at its highest diamonds. Same thing is at its highest point. It's only gonNA keep going higher. As far as manufacturing the goods. It's a big delay. Kaz from fifty people building and developing different jewelry goes down to lake eight people now, right. So now, what do you recommend people to invest in diamonds right now? Do they invest in? Netflix, invest either diamonds or gold gold is actually better. because gold has. The route that it's taking, it goes up a lot faster than diamonds. The way diamonds go. It's a five to ten percent increase. As far as gold, there's no specific number. When it goes up, the goes up and could go. Buy Three hundred dollars a gram. So people have gold hold onto old onto, it don't sell it. It's definitely hitting over two thousand it right now,.

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"richie" Discussed on Electrum Radio

Electrum Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"richie" Discussed on Electrum Radio

"Should call him we. Should you know what column I can do that? You can do this. Watch this right here. Shot see I don't edit but I do pose bomber polls in Bosnia. All right. We got Tattoo Richie on phone. Oh Lord now now now just say Daniel. We just policy that we did not edit nothing right. That's right okay. Just so we know. But we've got Richie facetime SEV- honey. Oh my God he's cutting out. What can you? What are you drinking? Michelob light ultra are you. Are you working right now? He doesn't water. Okay are you okay? We'll talk about that in a minute. We've got more more pressing things to talk about more pressing things to talk about so we're GONNA turn without Body Okay. So we've got old child you you get your glasses. Take your actually just okay. I need you to be still there. Because you're cutting out because I mean you don't be fucking podcast. Don't we mentioned it up? Okay so so asked Daniel what you asked me to ask him making so much noise asked Daniel what you asked me to ask him about his his film days his filming days. Yeah so what is your infatuation with this. We're trying to figure out what your infatuation with Daniels winner is. Did you say anything? You want to just know that. You're.

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"richie" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

If These Ovaries Could Talk

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"richie" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

"Each other. I didn't know anything and the first guy that I had sex with before I sat up in the bet broke up with me. Because he said we shouldn't be doing this Shameful the second guy. had sex with told me he was straight then leaned in and me we had this feverish a few weeks affair and then he said to me. I'm straight. I didn't know it seventeen that I couldn't save him from his the Har- he had learned a third guy after intercourse. One night punched me said. How could you have done that? He was so angry at having enjoyed sex with a man. So what I talk about in the book and I've said to my son is you won't know where in the young person's journey they are when you have sex with them. They could be closeted. They could have been bullied. They could have been abused. They could be self loathing. You have to take care with them and be good to them because of the world we're in we are still in a Hetero normative world and I have to say when I was reading that Chapter I had my initial thought was like Oh my God. He's he's talking he's talking about with his kidneys sex with his kid. There's unless you know and then I had to check myself. I had to check myself and then I realized that about gay. I don't I'm not like I don't want my parents will dead but I don't want them to talk about sex with me periods. How much more important is it? That the fact that you're a gay man and you're talking about your sex life with your son like it's like it's like oh it's a beautiful thing but it is an absolute blessing right. I get that opportunity to give him. What most of our LGBTQ youth don't get less than seven percent of them get inclusive sex. Ed Big big nothing. You're appealing back the curtain right now into a man's sex life which I know nothing about how video I mean. I seem like a man when you said that about sex education. A light bulb went off in my head. Like Oh my God no we have no gay sex. I thought it was interesting when you said that you told him like both ways when you told them about sex because you weren't sure his orientation. I was like that I was like what we wanted to. We told them about all types of sex because we want to give primacy of one over the other. It's amazing never occurred. Either one of us like yeah. I like I literally was thinking about how I got. A book knows about straight sex. I mean I think there was some mention when I think I would. You know some. Sometimes you're with a woman sometimes. Your man daughter's sick so I haven't really gone. You know everybody says to me. How could you talk to your son? So openly about sex is like my parents are going to read this. That's why I was much more worried about them at my son. And you reveal some stuff about the good stuff that you did back in the day you had some fun so you know the thing about writing and I think every parent should write a letter to their child before they set off. You don't have to have other people read it like I think. He gave me permission before but since it was a letter. I couldn't smooth things out. I couldn't edit things out It would have been worthless to him if he did that and I wanted him to know how extraordinary it is to be a gay man. But also how harrowing it can be and you can have both existed at the same time and I wanted to help him. Understand had a managed to Howard part and take full advantage of the extraordinary part while he's He's got an unlike most of us who come out as gay. He's got two three four guides who have done it and who have created beautiful lives with those identities so like he's he's pretty lucky he needs to take advantage of it. What's his reaction to the books? So I gave it to him just as he started college so he resents. Sanded assigned escalates and Plato. And I gave him my book and I've been put aside until he has he gets His reading for college done so. I'm hoping this summer he'll take but you know we. We have dinner when he was in high school. We had dinner. Every night is family and so these ideas won't be necessarily all nude in a lot of what I did as a young person and all the sex stuff will be news to him and a lot of my experience during the AIDS. Epidemic will be new to him. Because I didn't know when the right time to talk about a plague with your child is an so that will all I left it for the book and You you lived through the AIDS epidemic. Was off really really powerful. When I was twenty two I was at a funeral every weekend and You know I talk in the book about how my parents are elderly now and they go to. Doctors Appointments Funerals. My friends did that in Our twenties yeah. I grew up in San Francisco and so they were really Our sex education in middle school was like AIDS AIDS AIDS condoms on AIDS the signs that you have HIV you know that was even before we said HIV before you know it was still. They didn't even know that much but I was so scared that I had aids. You know but that was my sex. Education was just all about AIDS so I have this fear you about the the fear you have that is wrapped up in sacks. I have it too just because it was ingrained in me as a child. Sex leads to AIDS. Yeah no I never have sex without thinking about death even now even married. That's deep was Rosie O'Donnell more fun than there was no she. She got very very places like deep she got very deep talking about you know her her ex who who died and like all the all that she went through and we both said to her that. I you know her life because you know her from TV but when you hear it when you hear someone's journey beginning to and it's very powerful. I mean one of the things I wanted to do with the book and I had to be so honest and vulnerable is I never want to Jackson to think I was fully formed at any point. I didn't want him to think I knew everything his whole life. He's known things. I was good at things. I was not good at things. I was challenged by obstacles that I've had so I think that's the way to help. A child. Not Hide any challenges or obstacles. They have if you don't hide yours and if you don't make them feel like your perfect so they have to be perfect. They're gonNA be much more accepting of their own challenges and of their own vulnerabilities. Yeah that's great lesson. I have one more thing I want to bring up. You talk about and I love this the power that words have the ones you choose to use the ones you choose to think and you have an interesting take on. The power of being openly. Gay People saying like a person in the media is openly. Gay that's an openly gay person. I dislike it immensely deal. Yes so my feeling about when we read or hear journalists talk about maybe somebody running for President United States or actors or journalists. Who WERE GAY? They always call them openly gay and that to me. Sounds like they're saying that person is not ashamed enough. They have the audacity to be openly gay and not to be hiding it and I think it is a wink that they think being gay is still shameful and they put openly in front of it to say. We're not using that slur I they've said it for. They're not in the norm they are. The norm is to be hidden right that they are being way too. Daesh by not hiding really interesting. It got me thinking why not just say. I mean I think they should just say gay Openly as bears. They've put it on us and I think it's a noxious term interesting There's there's just so much in the book that just makes you stop. Think about what whether you believe it to be true or not true but to really think about it and give it another another thought through. Yeah Eddie Your Book Made. Yeah definitely made me think. Yeah Gay is an identity. And how much of my identity do I feel as gay? Yeah you got me thinking it's real. It's a brave buck really. Well thank you so much for coming in. I hadn't best time so great. Tell everyone to get Gaelic me. A father rights to his son by Richie Jackson Jackson. And where can they get? The book is available wherever books are sold like that answer supposed to ask. Thank you so much so nice. Aspirin time great. Everybody go out and ride this book because it's a good read thank you. That was I mean. He's that was thought provoking Very very I'm really really thinking about things..

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"richie" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

If These Ovaries Could Talk

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"richie" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

"We are once again. We're struggling now. That we got our new little intro figure trying to take my name and I said anyway. We're here we got a news item. Jamie off citing news as much as an listener news. Ding do make that okay. We've got a little story. We've got its own listener email. Somebody wrote in. In response to our February third episode called Stacey and Chen is back in it she talks about. Ccn Chin talked about her daughter. Zuri being an up stander and not a bystander. Your when we got a cool email from a listener about it and she said about your episode Stacey Anchin you talked about raising white men. Wanted to encourage you my brother. He's a blonde ski guy recently. Told me how they had a girl in their in their friend group. Who's telling about this guy? She was dating. Who is being an inappropriate or pressing? He knew this guy so he went and talked to him about. It told them it's unacceptable. Not Cool not fun. He told them that being respectful is the way to be in their friend group. We'll city say Jamie. He said the guy really hurt him out and visibly improved his behavior. The Guy said hearing it from a man friend changed his view. It's interesting and that he can see who's being on respectful disrespectful. My brother is not the big talking up. Standard guy never been but he has a calmly of speaking seriously to people to the point without fear on eye level. It gives people a real opportunity to change. I'm so proud of him. I am allowed feminist. But I've never done something like this. So boys can be so awesome and they can improve each other. It's really great. Thanks so much. That's from Eleanor on instagram. And just to give a little reference. We were talking about how we're nervous about raising white ball. Who want them to be good? We want them to really good people who slalom from happening right and not you know not the turds. Exactly you don't want him to be the guy that make up standards up not standards so thanks for that good feedback and I thought that was really cool because it's definitely something that we think about a lot. We do being game MOMS raising young men. I feel like I'm probably most people probably you would hope so. I mean we love men men. We're not we're not man bashers like people like to believe men did. I did get that feedback on on On we got a troll. Who told us like all lessons bashers? Yeah so we can raise Chelsea why we can't raise children doesn't even go to trolls though are so uneducated. I'm just like I don't even understand what you're saying. He somebody wrote comment on. It was about like this past episode with Rene Something About. I believe whoever has the DNA is the is. What are you talking about so adopted? Parents aren't parents so dumb. No I'm one person said. I believe the only people who can really be parents are the one who the ones who conceived and I was like. I said everybody conceived when you talk about everybody's conceived everybody's concede every single person in this world was conceived. So what are you talking about? Jv and I have like back and forth for like. Do we say something three. Say some kind of wait. Wait wait and then all of a sudden I'll be like Nah. I'm saying something. Yeah after that Third Margarita. And you're seeing something now it's I think Robin responded or vice versa. So look at me like Shit. Jamie got into you. Just can't it's funny yeah. I don't take it personally funny though like you never know. What's what's not funny dry house. I mean I don't know like there's way more high profile. Lgbtq people they're going after the US they're definitely not finding on these people most of like eighty and I'm like the One lady who was like I'm not gay I'm eighty and I'm single and I and I wrote back to her as po post and I wrote back to her I was like maybe she give it a whirl. Ravin I am. It's fun I don't care now it's just people just who've never met a gay person. I suppose and so this is what we're doing. We're introducing the guy to everyone families curl to introduce our next guest Michael by the way he's like a prominent guy and we're going to introduce from talking to right now. He's I forgot who this episode is. He's like headed girl. Jared these dumb women okay. Who's like it. Seemed like such a powerful conversation was actually conversation and so we need to get to. The episode has farm. You guys need to hear what this guy has to say. It's anyway. His name is Richie Jackson. He's the producer behind Harvey firestone's Torch Song on Broadway Los Emmy and Golden Globe nominated. Tv shows such as Nurse Jackie no big deal. Just nurse Jackie. I was just talking with an about how good they love that. Show nurse Jianghua Latte show. He wrote a new book called Gay. Like me a father rates to his son. Really Amazing Book. It was chosen by town and country as one of the most anticipated books of the year it was named an LGBTQ book that'll change the literary landscape and twenty twenty by our friend Oprah Oprah magazine. Yes she's going to be a bff because our books about to be that too and we actually got to talk to him. Can you believe he'd came on our show and He winked. It's he's huge. He's big this book is amazing. And just just we do have to give you a little bit of a trigger warning because it does cover one little sensitive topic. The first beginning fifteen minutes of the interview were talking about Losing a child at birth. So if that's an issue for you you can skip forward to after fifteen minute SAM. Bennett's this embassy. It's a beautiful story. He and he's coming from healing too so I wanted to be my dad. Know my other dad brother or forever and all those things. He's a good guy he's a good hugger to everybody. Should get a hug from Richie back. Let's listen to the show.

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"richie" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"richie" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"Well thank you richard richard richie for being on for being willing to do this. I know you've just been giving seminars for two hours so one more is is very much appreciated but any final thoughts anything that you really wish wish pastors new or wanna leave them with our regarding appeals on evangelistic sermons giving them giving them and bathe yourself as i said before prayer. Ask god to help you get those. Invitations and lives will be changed. Lives will be changed so keep giving them the more you do it. The easiest becomes yeah. I think has pastors were not in the information. Business were in the incarnation business and the incarnation carnation is when the word becomes flesh and when when someone steps forward you know the bible says that that that without works faith is dead dead so when you make an appeal you're giving an opportunity for that faith to come alive for the word become flesh in that person's life so so ask ask for decisions. Ask for movement ask for people to come forward and and get those appeals impression without expression lead to depression russian. I think it's important that opportunity for the individual awesome well. Thank you guys so much for being on the podcast. This has been a great conversation. I've learned a lot as as well and and some new things to apply to my own ministry and preaching so thank you guys so much for what you're doing. We'll be praying for you as you continue doing ministry where you are and and richard with your transition as well and blessing to you and thank you so much pledge you hey guys. Thanks so much for listening into the league podcast. My name is ryan becker. I'm one of the co host and producer of this podcast and we really appreciate your support. If you want subscribe then you can find us on itunes stitcher any any of your favorite podcasting apps and if you do subscribe on itunes than we just ask you please leave a review that really helps us out to know what we can do better and the things that you are already the enjoying the things that we can continue doing make sure you do subscribe and leave a review because we're always doing giveaways in that really. That's the way that we do. Is we do it for those who have left a review. If you have any comments questions or feedback for the show you can email us lead s._u. Podcast at gmail.com or you can find us on twitter roger hernandez at lead s._c._u. and myself at ryan one eight zero becker. Thank you guys so much for listening in supporting without you. This is not possible. We'll see you next time uh-huh.

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"richie" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"richie" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"Welcome to the lead podcast helping you to get it. Grow it and give it and guys welcome back to the lead podcast. I'm ryan beck a._c. Three in tennessee with richard halverson and richie halverson and i'm really excited have both of them here father and son duo and we're going to talk today about appeals and evangelism in evangelistic sermons. Thank you guys for being here. <hes> let's go ahead and just start with you. Richard launch you tell us about yourself and where you are currently spent a probably thirty five years in public evangelism in pastoral ministry <hes> retied from mozart union but i <hes> contract contract out hold you live in florida and my ashes soldini awesome and richie so recently tinley <hes> became the senior pastor of the beaumont hills summit avenue church been here for about a month and done church planting evangelism was the church planting director for a couple of years in gulf states and and god bless to the planting of several churches and just on a lot of evangelism and pastor for the past has ten years so god is good atta passion for souls got married for twenty years. I've got four four kiddos and keep us pretty busy easy. Oh yeah i believe it absolutely so let's let's kinda jump right and talking about evangelist experiments and appeals i from from the outset how do you how would as you approach an evangelistic sermon. Whether it's writing or preparing to preach it obeys myself rare expert expert guidance <unk> exactly that i should say into our should give the appeal. I think the key thing is we have the bay ourselves prayer that god will touch hearts arts allies as we give that up yeah the the <unk> hair factor is is so important as as my dad mentioned to be praying to be preparing our heart to step out in faith and knowing that we're going to ask people for decision cassandra listrik sermons or sermons that i mean really every sermon i believe should be an evangelistic sermon where we are asking people to make a decision asia. We are appealing to them. Whatever that may be <hes> to take a stand up for god to to rededicate their life to maybe you you know get a little bit more of worry to god and trust in him. You know we should always be bringing people to that point of giving more of their life over to god absolutely an agree agree more with that so so let's let's now shift to the end of the sermon when we're doing an appeal walks through the mechanics the the actual cool. What do i do with an appeal all the way from from the sermon to the follow up mo supporting remember twos at a as you prepared for that call you you want to make sure that you have a soul and that's going to be able to play a strong appeal soul or or music. Ill work on the heart and then what i do is i give the mutation out there. Maybe it's specific. Try to clarify specific. <unk> baptism will re baptism only professional faithless the three main areas that i'll extend call to and we'll see how they responded. I we usually stepped down and i give imitation. I have those will come full it just to keep their eyes <music> towards the alton and the i begin share may become promises with them and rejoices over the decision a heaven so excited throwing a party from right now because of the the decision of following jesus all the way and then i open it later up maybe it depends how many come forward to those rededicate their lives to christ but they're all important decisions chance for people to make and <hes> we gotta do passionately as we learned the value of silver jesus it'll make kohl's more often absolutely and richard what he what about you what what are the mechanics of <hes> from appeal to follow up that you've kind of follow so one of the things that i did at my a previous church is a lot of churches do it but to really create the conditions for every sabbath making an appeal on a decision as my dad's shared was this was music is so key and i had a queue where my pianist or guitarist musician always knew when i was beginning to <hes> wrap pop the message and they would start to play softly in the background you know music is a powerful communicator.

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"richie" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"richie" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Him deny, did it and I'm not being silly want to say it's a fun experience. Yeah, you're on the bed. You see computers checking out your pressure points. It's a good time, but who cares? Right. Let's talk about the homeless right now. So here's what Richie's them. You go to unguided nations dot com. Right. And he Brit. She goes, hey, here's where I'm at on the map and you got all right. I want you to eat. He'll tonight. He does it. He reports back, you go, hey, and your video, I saw woman walked past. You ask her out. This is very exciting. Thank your misreading. Chooser adventure, as ethic we got it control me like my robots, he's a performer and then the end he's kind of do it. Okay. He's acting like he's still a person these not. He will. He'll jump from one building to another tone crazy. I'm not exaggerating. So I think it's going to be climbed the Loof you know, I think he's going to be doing that. So we'll see. What are you most nervous about nothing because you don't know what to be nervous about. I mean, a lot of people have told me that to be nervous about getting robbed, which is, I mean, I'm going to be super alert. I have locks for everything, but it's like, you know, I'm I have gear with me and that's going to be scary, but it's all replaceable. That's the thing I got rid of all the things I care about. Everything I have is just shit. It's just like it's whatever they still that jokes on them. Right. Well, it's just, you know, but it's, it's just it's camera gear. It's like, yeah, that would suck. But you know, it's replaceable. I'm not how many pairs of pants are you bring. One one pair of jeans..

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"richie" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"richie" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

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"richie" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"richie" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"It starting again little women allah a on lifetime one of my favorite chant also makes you tune in to new episodes of little women la on wednesdays at nine eight central on lifetime this season redoubling the ashes to see which friendships have emerged unscathed and which ones are still smouldering for our favorite la women tear it tanya christie briana jasmine and alina with so many changes happening for these women their lives in relationships are coming more complicated the girls are focused on their growing families were forging career path and making time for themselves and the relationships it's clear that some ladies are doing a little bit better job than the others and that starts to divide the group as if the issues between his friends aren't enough each girl has her own battles to fight between health marriage motherhood family troubles and their individual careers maybe the flames from the past are now can the women come together extinguish the flame before they all get burned again check out previews and peaks on my lifetime dot com florida will be buffoon loop miller's loyal to confirm the people who work with podcast onecom presents celebs pop culture fasheun no one gets to tell me not to curse similar this land unfilled now here's glimpses everybody i'm here with nick richie you probably know him from the slavery website and must blog whatever the dirty you talked about a lotta celebs you're gonna tell the true you tell your opinion.

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