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Chat w_ Alberto Daniel Hillmp3 - burst 2

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19:16 min | 2 months ago

Chat w_ Alberto Daniel Hillmp3 - burst 2

"Of your bio from your LinkedIn page. Oh, why do I can talk about myself without reading? I would be better. That would be better. Why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself? I know. Yeah, that's right. Well, guys, I am a computer engineer. I am my name is Alberto, first of all. I want to kill. I am from Uruguay, of America. And I am a computer engineer. I have been working for 20 years into information security in different fields, such as computer forensics, consulting, I have a BMP certification, which is a pressure management professional from the PMA organization, and that allowed me to lead many projects, implementing information security management systems, based on the norm, so I select 27,000, which I am also satisfied, and I am the first hacker in Uruguay that will seem to be, but that's not the main point, the pain point is that I was sent to research and for trying to help others seem to present without being guilty of any crime. And well, I am here with my friend Tony that I met on the address spaces. And well, she invited me to talk in a space with her and I'm very honored to be here today. Thank you. And I want to welcome everyone to this nice space. I see we have Jason, who I met also on Twitter space bunsen and beaker who hosts an incredible portrait of phrases. Make sure you follow. I guess he does a great work and also my good friend Jason, who is an incredible guitarist. He plays beautiful music for me and hi there. So she's just kind of remark the sky as we follow each other. How are you? And hi Mike, how are you, space Mike, and also let's say hi to mister proctor 31 and also to Samantha. Hi, everybody. Welcome to this space. And again, another disclaimer. We are recording this space. I am running an analytics on this space. So if you could go ahead and share this out and invite all your Friends, even if they're not seen on this base, there are people listening to us right now according to the software. I wanted to talk a little bit about some of the things that you experienced. But what made you decide to reach out? I mean, you know, they say that no good deal unpunished. Alberto, I wonder, can we talk a little bit about that? Well, maybe you decide to reach out and to help your country. Wait, do you mean after or before being arrested? Before being arrested, I mean, did you thought that you would get arrested for doing this? Absolutely not. It was something that never crossed my mind. It was something that for me, it was impossible that would never happen. I mean, if you ask anyone from my school, when I was a child, when I was in university, I was probably the most introverted person in the class, the person that if you have told anyone of my act Friends from college, who will be impression, if you have to do one person in the future, I would probably leave it the last in the list to be considered, no, never across my mind. And as I work in cybersecurity, one of the key things that we do is finding some problems in systems, you may find them in the place where you work and you are paid for finding them. I mean, that's part of your issue. Or actually, when you go to your house and you tell your computer, you can also find security problems in systems that are not under your control. And yeah, I did find a lot of problems in many systems. And all the time, I reported them in order to help those people that both the companies that are involved and the people whose information is started in those systems that are being vulnerable without wanting anything in return. I mean, there are no problems here in Europe. So you do it just to help you then get I mean, you don't get to eat sometimes I think in return, but I consider that that's the thing to do because otherwise somebody with bad intentions will probably find the same problem you found. And they will be affecting the private information of a lot of people, which I really like because privacy for me is something patients and I respect other people's privacy and I want my what I don't want to I don't want to be invaded by policy and my life is quite public right now, but I really think the priorities should be really respected. But I have reported for years not to accompanies to what I find the best, but to assert of my country, the search is agency of the development that handles all the security things that are linked to the government and to critical systems or importance systems such as America providers, for example, or financial financial institutions. And well, I have done it for years. And I never had any problem. Until I found a very important security issue in America provider that was the provider of my ex-girlfriend where she wanted to set an appointment in the system and she gave me a computer to do that. And well, before she gave me her username and password, I was already in the system with the privilege of administrator being able to see absolutely everything everything out there, the provider with the username admin and the password admin, which is something that is hard to relieve, but it was true. So I immediately reported that to the serve. And then I forgot about it because you had to report it and you don't need to get any update or you have to know how the incident is being handled and solved. That's not part of the report. You are just the person who reported it and that's it. And the year after that, I went again to a website and when you add in this field for so many years, you plan its mail when a system has security flows just by taking a look at it and you see certain patterns or certain indicators that the site can be easily captured to put them away. And again, in 5 minutes, I would say it will access to all the medical records of all the uses of the system, just modifying a parameter in the URL, which means, for example, you have a URL that has a number on it at the end and you change that number that you start surfing through all the records without being authenticated in the system, which means you didn't need a username or password, anywhere you could access to that information, just having the URL, and a report that two years after that September 2017 Interpol visit, arrested me, and I was sent to prison accused of having had the medical provider. That's what happened to me. You mean, they actually used the word admin as a password. They believe it or not, it's probably the, it's a problem that goes back to 19 60s that it was first pointed out as a big problem. And it's still 2021, but you still find systems that have the problem. And that works with scenarios that I have found in our abilities in systems, and Scala systems, such as those that controls the pump of the associations where you can access the without using even the username and password. The user is connected via template, and you can execute remotely comment to modify the parameters of the pumps in the gas stations, which is even worse that using admin admin. So I'm going to let anyone up yet to grab them I get me about ten minutes. I want to kind of like do some chat with Alberto. So Mike don't be upset. I got you. So we'll get you up here. 'cause I have a lot of questions to ask because I'm besides I want to kind of touch base on his books because I didn't realize how many books he had going on. There was a lot and it's on his profile, but he might want to take a look at it. But I wanted to talk to you a little bit about, I think all of us in this space, it has social network, right? We're all we have Facebook, Instagram, career, and all this stuff. And I've had friends who have lost their account, so on hacked in, they went in, they pretty much copied their account and create another one, especially Facebook, Facebook was an incredible place that has happened to a lot of my friends actually. So why would you do when you say Facebook is compromised? But what should someone do? Well, that is a question that somebody from Facebook should answer. It's a very frustrating situation. But from my experience, I mean, I have to clarify, I hate Facebook. So that's the point number one. I hate Facebook. So I am not as somebody who knows a lot about it because I don't use it. I have an account in Facebook. But I really refuse to do it. I don't know what they like. But when it comes to losing your account, I strongly relate that Facebook has implemented several processes and mechanisms in order to recover that. Such as having, for example, Friends contact that can allow you to verify that you are the person who is requesting to gain a gain access to certain account if it's been lost. So maybe you also have some kind of security questions such as showing images of friends and having to link them to names in order to prove that you know that people in order to prove that you are the person who is claiming their account back and I think that those countries probably work pretty well so it's not like okay, I got hacked and I have to forget about my account. The few places I know were sold that way, you should always have a backup email and to factor authentication and things like that. But that doesn't mean you are protected. If somebody hacks into your Facebook account, they can change up immediately everything that you have set for recovery, but nowadays all the systems normally requires you certain steps in order to modify that, for example, if somebody gets access to my Twitter account right now because they know my password, they will need my second factor authenticator in order to log in. But in case they get into my system because, for example, they still my application is still in the cookie station, not to be technical, means still in your session of the user. If somebody still starts cooking, then they take the account, it is basically Euclid herself in the pound and they can go to our account settings and care, for example, to change their password immediately, but in order to change that password, you need to enter the previous password. And probably you also need my second factor dictator. So I still in the cookie, which is the most. Easy way to still an account from Twitter or for many service because they're still in if they still cookie, they grab your identity, they don't need your password. So to assume to answer your question, just contact report that to Facebook and try to follow the steps that are part of the process of recovering. And you're going to probably. Unfortunately, I assume that certain amount of people are not lucky enough to remember that I found that I had to start from zero. And that's a big issue because the account that is being stolen can be used for I mean, they can contact your contacts and send them information or your reputation, basically they want there are many things that motivate somebody to have an account, one is rearrange another could be just to prove that they can do it. But the reason behind that is Ari, the fact is that you lost something that belongs to you and have information about you that you should be in control of and once you are being hurt, you lose that control and what they can do with your account is not up to you and that's really that's really something that makes you frustrated and powerless that something terrible. Yeah, I think that's everyone's nightmare. Everyone in this space I think we all are worried about that and thanks for sharing some of your tips or not. And I know you have your next year spaces your own is coming up at 6 o'clock, which you'll go more and more detail and I'll be co hosting with you. So also will be nana will be basically she has a lot of content regarding those topics that will be top in about. So manic with your will be co hosting with you. Samantha will be also telling what it is to what it feels to be had, how the life of a person is being impact when it is hard and her story can open the eyes of the people to know that if you have this really serious do anything you can to prevent that, but because when it happens, it feels out of your control. Your life can really turn into a nightmare. So you can really help a lot of people. Yeah, I mean, I just, you know, social media has been around for a long time and I'm one of those people that literally shared everything every part of my what I ate, you know, what I did, what events I'm at, I didn't even think about it. I don't have any remember four square or not. I remember just, you know, not thinking about it. I'm just always checking in, trying to be the mayor of a space, you know, like a restaurant or something, just to be there. And not once did we ever thought that, wow, someone could come through your house and rob you or, you know, still the identity based on what your profile set yourself up. So can you give us some little tips on what we should do from now on, especially now that we're also transparent and always sharing online? Well, actually, my recommendation is guys do not do what I do. Do not share when you go to Australia, take a picture and put afternoon Montevideo and I also put a time stamp in the pictures showing the data and the hour, don't do that guys, don't do what I do. That's no need to expose so much information allowed you. Everything you share can be used and probably will be used to, I mean, people are, as I said, the motivations for hacking are huge, but one of them is just to put that you can do it. And you see, okay, there's a guy that I follow that if it's a hacker that goes after people that are in the files, she hacks those accounts, for example, that hits motivation to develop those kind of users. Well, just the question is, what are you intuitive or in any social platform? If you want to connect with friends, then just create a private profile and connect with the people you know and you want to be in touch with. And don't allow any stranger in your network. If that's what you want, if you want, for example, like me, to be known and I don't know how to say it, to bring a message to create a world that's about certain topics and basically. Get to be known, I share too much information, probably, that I try to think about it in terms of cost and benefits are risk and benefit and put everything in the scale and well, I post too much information about me that I shouldn't. But I think it's worth what I get back from it. I mean, I get the attention and engagement from

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TBS cancels Samantha Bee's 'Full Frontal' after 7 seasons

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

TBS cancels Samantha Bee's 'Full Frontal' after 7 seasons

"It's a programming decision bound to sting fans of one late night host It's 7 an hour for full frontal with Samantha bee TBS announcing that it is canceling the show and a statement to network says it's part of what it calls some difficult business based decisions as part of its new programming strategy TBS is praising B and others associated with full frontal for their groundbreaking work and comedy and says it will look for ways to work with the cast and the crew again having these swatted off the airways represents the loss of a rare female voice from late night TV around long dominated by male host I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"samantha" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:02 min | 4 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Samantha Reed Smith was born on June 29th, 1972 in the small town of Holton Maine, near the U.S. Canada border. Her mother was a social worker and her father was a professor at the nearby university of Maine. Samantha at only ten years old had become familiar with the tragedies of recent history. She had studied World War II and the dropping of the bomb in Japan. She also watched the news and a TV program about the dangers of the Cold War. With all of this on her mind, Samantha expressed her worries to her mother Jane. Jane presented her with a November 1982 issue of Time Magazine, with then Soviet general secretary Yuri andropov on the cover. Jane proposed that she write a letter to and drop off. Samantha quickly took her mother up on the suggestion and promptly mailed it. The letter read dear miss on dropoff my name is Samantha Smith. I am ten years old. Congratulations on your new job. I have been worried about Russia and the United States getting into a nuclear war. Are you going to vote to have a war or not? If you aren't, please tell me how you're going to help to not have a war. This question you do not have to answer, but I would like to know why you want to conquer the world or at least our country. God made the world for us to live together in peace and not to fight. Sincerely, Samantha Smith after mail in the letter, Samantha carried on in her everyday life. Until she found out that an excerpt of her letter with comments from andropov had been published in the official paper of the Soviet Communist Party. Equipped with this information, she became frustrated that he had not replied directly to her. But she was still determined. Samantha proceeded to write a letter to the Soviet ambassador to the United States asking why she hadn't received a direct response from her drop off. About a week later, on April 26th, 1983, and drop off road Samantha a substantial letter. In it, he compared to math to the character Becky from Tom Sawyer because of her courage and honesty. He explained that the Soviets were doing all that they could to prevent a war and that they had hopes of peace. At the end of the letter, he invited Samantha to come visit his country during the summer. And darpa wrote and see for yourself in the Soviet Union, everyone is for peace and friendship among peoples. Samantha took andropov up on his offer. The summer of 1983, she spent two weeks touring the Soviet Union. She made the most of her trip. She visited Lennon's grave, attended the bolshoi ballet, met the first woman to go into space, Valentina tereshkova, and spent time with Russian children at the artex summer camp in Crimea. Both the American and Soviet press were all over the coverage of Samantha's trip. When she returned to the U.S., she was featured on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. In Carson's interview with Samantha, she told him that she was shocked by how American the airport seemed when she arrived. When I first got to Moscow, the airport, it looks American. I didn't. I wasn't sure where in Moscow or not. And they have our planes already? You mean it's very mice like American airports? Yeah, pretty much. Yeah? The word of Samantha's letter and trip spread far and wide. It did little to influence Soviet and American policies or to change the trajectory of the Cold War. Nevertheless, her budding relationships with people on the other side of the iron curtain was an important part of humanizing the enemy. Not all of Samantha's actions were seen as benevolent. Many critics saw her trip as propaganda and an empty distraction from the real and difficult problems of the Cold War. Even president Ronald Reagan was skeptical and when asked whether he would like to invite a Russian girl to visit the United States, he declined. He justified his decision by explaining that while he believed the people behind the iron curtain wanted peace, their wants and desires were not connected to actions of the hostile Soviet Union. In December 1983, Samantha traveled to Japan. She had been invited to meet Japan's prime minister and to speak at the children's international symposium for the 21st century. At the symposium, Samantha proposed the idea of a granddaughter exchange program with the notion that a president wouldn't send a bomb to a country his granddaughter was visiting. Though some of her ideas were clearly naive, Samantha became an icon. In 1985, she published a book entitled journey to the Soviet Union, which told the story of her famous trip. In 1984, Samantha was given a minor role on the TV sitcom Charles in charge. That paved the way for a more significant role on the ABC series live street in 1985. Sadly, her time on the show was short lived. On August 25th, 1985, Samantha and her father author were on a return flight from filming the live street episode when something went wrong. The plan was flying too low and clipped the tops of some pine trees. Eventually it crashed, killing the passengers, including Samantha and Arthur. In a statement made by Samantha's mother, days after the crash, she said, I hope Samantha and Arthur have helped us realize how important each one of us can be. Samantha couldn't accept man's inhumanity to man. She stood fast in the belief that peace can be achieved and maintained by mankind. A month, we're highlighting prodigies. For more information, find us on Facebook and Instagram at will manica podcast. You can order rise in troublemaker everywhere books are sold. Special thanks to creators, Jenny, and Liz Kaplan for inviting me to guest host. Talk to you tomorrow..

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Miles from Ukraine, Biden sees refugee crisis in Poland

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Miles from Ukraine, Biden sees refugee crisis in Poland

"President Biden has visited with U. S. troops not far from Ukraine in Poland came for one simple basic reason not a joke say thank you the president met with soldiers from fort Bragg's eighty second airborne division among the thousands of U. S. troops deployed to Europe after the Russian invasion army number six on our grabbing a slice of pizza after watching some soldiers get hair cuts he's also praising Poland for taking in more than two million Ukrainian refugees amid a crisis US aid chief Samantha power says dwarfs anything seen in a generation it took a little over four years for four million refugees to flee the Syrian war crane could reach that number four days from now Sager mag ani Washington

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Jim Hanson's Advice for Ukraine on 'Peace Negotiations'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 7 months ago

Jim Hanson's Advice for Ukraine on 'Peace Negotiations'

"Jim on Monday they were reports that president zelensky was being invited to the quote neutral territory of biello Russia, which is just an appendix of Russia, by the way, run by a thug who just is a puppet of Putin. For peace negotiations, as soon as I heard that, I tweeted out, yeah, I remember when the Russians invited the revolutionary prime minister of Hungary during the freedom fight of 1956 to the neutral territory of the Yugoslav embassy in Budapest for negotiations with Moscow. What happened for those who are not familiar and the cabinet members of the revolutionary free Hungary were kidnapped from the territory of the Yugoslav embassy with the approval of the Yugoslav administration, taken to a graveyard, bound together with wire and shot and killed and dumped into a mass grave. So I actually tanked president zelensky, I told him, don't do it. Your advice to this administration in Kyiv when it comes to peace negotiations on neutral territory? Yeah, no. That's pretty straightforward. You can't trust them. And for a long history, best predictor of future is past behavior. But what they're going to have to look for is they're going to have to weigh how much damage they're willing to accept. The Ukrainians. The Ukrainians before they do that and the problem and my wife Samantha and rose Russian studies major. The first thing she reminded me in all of this is think with a Slavic mind not western eyes. On both sides. Yes. And these guys will absorb a lot more damage than we would. And so we're saying, well, it'd be crazy to do that. No, we might think it's crazy. They don't. So Putin will do worse things and zelensky and Ukrainians will absorb worse things than we can imagine. So I think they need to be smart and decide maybe if there is an off ramp, we try to see it beforehand without all that population being susceptible to being crushed by Putin's Vlad the vicious

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Guess Who Is Funding American Green Energy Advocacy Groups?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 7 months ago

Guess Who Is Funding American Green Energy Advocacy Groups?

"The peace card is on the table. And Joe Biden refuses to use it. The federalist dot com writes, stop letting environmental groups funded by Russia dictate America's energy policy. It's an open secret that Russians have funded anti fracking and anti natural gas propaganda in America for decades. A congressional investigation in 2017 found that the NRDC, the Sierra club, and climate action network were all found to have received millions of dollars in funding and grants from a shady San Francisco based group called sea change that a money trail linked back to Russians. Indeed, it is an open secret. I'm reading from Samantha dravis terrific article on Samantha dravis. She's phenomenal. She served in the Trump administration. She's great. And it's an open secret in America for decades, environmental groups have funded the campaigns of Democrats and pressured them to ban fossil fuels. These same environmental groups relentlessly attack president Trump as anti science and enemies of the EPA. So we have Russian funded green groups that have captured the entire White House. Now we would call that Russian collusion, but that just sounds a little bit too cliche.

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"samantha" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"On Twitch, but I had driven from ojai to LA to do it. So it was like three hours of driving for no reason. I think I ended up just like playing off my iPhone and then another DJ showed up and I used his laptop. When did you start DJing? Give me like a general time frame or it was the 90s? 1990 7 98. That's when I started. Where were you? New York City. Where were you DJ? Trendy lounges. And Soho basically west village and Soho. What was going on in your life? Outside of that at the time. You were pure chaos. It's kind of funny because the reason I started DJing was because I had the first girl I was ever with. Had a record player of her house. And records. And I was like, oh, that's cool. I want records. And then my boyfriend at the time. He was a doorman at a club in New York and so he, one of the knights, the DJ didn't show up, so we went to my car and got CDs and played them and then the next night I came back with these records that I had amassed. And that was it. I've been teaching ever since. I wrote in my journal that.

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"samantha" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Hi, I'm Samantha ronson. So how many of these have you done? So many, like a lot. A lot. Like over 200? Yeah, that's right. Something like that. Okay. Can I Jordan would know? Yeah. Can I reintroduce myself? Absolutely. Yes. Hi, I am Samantha ronson, and I am Cameron's 250th choice to have on this podcast. You know, I didn't know if you would, I don't know if you would say yes. I mean, don't you said yes, it was cool. You said, yes. You know, I don't know if you know this, but so we've done a couple too events that we were both at. One was the after party for the women's March, which was like at the 9 30 club and that was kind of a wild situation because the folks that were organizing it wanted me to stay on stage while you were setting up DJ equipment behind and that was I just will say that was one of the, you know, I've just been in every possible situation as a stand up comic, but that it's always, it's always fun to be performing in front of something other people would also like to see. Physically in front of something that people aren't trying to look through. So that's the first time and then the other time was taken into. Foundation party, launch of, I don't even what that I don't know. But yeah. But yeah, no, I got to hear your stand up was really funny that night. I don't think I got to really hear your stand up the night that you were performing while I was setting up. I think what I'm saying is I'm not sure anybody was hearing my stand up..

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At least 2 people dead during first winter storm in UK

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

At least 2 people dead during first winter storm in UK

"Britain's first winter storm has hit parts of northern England Scotland's and the nine and killing at least two people storm Alwyn has posted parts of the United Kingdom with gusts of nearly a hundred miles per hour the extreme weather conditions caused road closures train delays power cuts and Holly waves in northwestern England Samantha I doctor tree fell on him and the northern alliance a man was killed when his car was hit by a falling tree though the worst of the storm appears to have passed many have been warned against travelling as heavy snow and high winds continue Karen Thomas London

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This Is Why Some Conservatives Are So Vaccine Hesitant

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 11 months ago

This Is Why Some Conservatives Are So Vaccine Hesitant

"Which, we had a question yesterday about the vaccine. It was a good kid. I don't think I was too intense. Was like, Connor, I think I handled that okay. And he said, Charlie, why is it that conservatives are so vaccine skeptical or hesitant or whatever, you know, the accusation is. And I was just having this conversation with my family over the weekend, it's, well, a lot of we're seeing a lot of people that got the vaccine, and they're getting very sick. And then you see stories like this one Gibraltar, which is a very small country. One of the most vaccinated countries on the planet. Highest vaccination rates up there with Israel and Singapore. They have canceled Christmas celebrations amid COVID spike. Health minister Han Samantha Sacramento described the increase in case numbers as drastic. And encouraging people to come forward to receive their booster vaccine these people never learn. The government has advised members of the public to wear masks avoid large gatherings and maintain social distancing. Gibraltar is one of the highest rates actually is the highest rates of vaccinations in the world. In March, Gibraltar became the first nation of the world to vaccinate its entire adult population. The government has traced the spike back to religious gatherings, workplace mixing and social events. They now mandate mask wearing and all shops, medical establishments, airports and enclosed places of worship. What's really interesting about Gibraltar, though, is it has a very small population. 34,000 people. So going on a mass vaccination campaign wasn't that hard. But how's it working out for them? One of the highest most vaccinated countries in the world Gibraltar is hardly been able to turn

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"samantha" Discussed on Naked Talk with JESS

Naked Talk with JESS

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Naked Talk with JESS

"Welcome to the show's Samantha. How are you doing today? So great. Thank you for having me back. You're welcome. Glad that you're here. Today we're going to talk about breastfeeding and sex. Talk about taboo topics. So sex already is taboo. Breast or taboo. Breastfeeding is taboo. So let's talk about breastfeeding insects because hey, people have breasts, they breastfeed, and they want to have sex or maybe they don't. So let's just start talking about it. Why what's the big deal? What's the big deal with breastfeeding and sex? Why should that be a problem? For some people. So this is one of those things where women don't know about the nuances of breastfeeding and sex until it's happening to them. So maybe they finally feel ready to be intimate with our partner and things are getting heated in the bedroom and the next thing you know you're making breast milk and you didn't expect that. And it kills the mood. So it's better to be informed about these things ahead of time so that you are aware and they're not happening in the moment. Yeah, and it's like the sex life series on Netflix. I was watching that. And it starts with her pumping in the mirror, and I really like that series. It opened up so many layers of conversation and discussions for myself and I love that it showed that. I've never really seen that in a series before. But there's also a scene where they're trying to spice things up, have sex in a car, and she just starts leaking. And the husband's like, oh, baby. She's like, just keep going. You know? But it can be if you're not expecting it on the woman or the man's part. It can run the mood a little bit. So you shared with us and that you talk about these things before they happen..

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"samantha" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"To go. What are you trying to achieve. And depending on the investment of the talent whether that's an expert and influence or celebrity israeli understanding. What can you do to support this initiative. And how do you ensure that you're building a long standing relationship with the right person. You know tree the digital era it was very much like tv and print and you slapped a celebrity in there and you let it go and it and it worked from the most part but as media evolved in the media landscape evolved so did leveraging experts celebrities and influencers and to me the most important thing is to ensure that you have the means both from teaming staff staff standpoint budget standpoint resources standpoint media standpoint to support the face that you're putting in there so you know people don't just watch network tv anymore and see the same commercial consumers are constantly getting their information in their entertainment through different channels. So you have to really understand who your consumer is what they're interested in and ensure that you put the rate face there that's going to resonate there and it doesn't feel fake or forced but also at the same time we always tell our client you have to manage those relationships. You can't just assume is rope one social post without any support around it that it's going to do anything for your business and that's i think that's really critical when picking talent were relationships or partnerships however that is and it has to work within the bigger picture of where your businesses going otherwise if feels very disjointed and it won't do anything for you. I agree with that. And i also think that You know what. Samantha said about managing the talent and continuing the relationship. The best thing you can do is get the talent excited about your product so that they really like it and it feels authentic. So it doesn't it doesn't feel like you know it's a it's a job they get invested in it and then sometimes maybe create long term relationships..

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"samantha" Discussed on Naked Talk with JESS

Naked Talk with JESS

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Naked Talk with JESS

"We just, we think a lot of times if we're turn on, we get wet. That's just kind of a common belief. So educating and communicating with your partners so important, educating yourself first and then being able to talk about it. Because your partner may feel like you're not turned on when that's not the case at all. Right. And so that's if you have a vaginal birth, but what about caesarean? Is that affected any way or what can you share about that? Yeah, so just because you have a cesarean birth and the baby doesn't like come out of your vagina, you're still gonna have changes in that area because of hormones. Again. So the estrogen effects you whether you had as a vaginal birth and it can make that area sensitive and dry. So methods will apply there if you had a vaginal birth. So, you know, easy into it, foreplay, lube, and then for the cesarean incision, specifically, you can massage around your incision and that will help it heal quicker so that that area will heal quicker and feel better sooner. And I seem to remember when I was pregnant looking into things that weren't massaged. Is that something you can do while you're pregnant to kind of get the area more prepared or is that, okay. Yeah, there's no scientific journal that I can quote that says yes, this is definitely the case, but that's like total. Yeah, just give it a chance. People will definitely say perennial massage will help reduce your risk of tearing. So you can start that as early as you feel ready and pregnancy, but definitely in the third trimester when you're getting close to your due date. Okay, well, thank you. Well, let us know Samantha, where we can find you because I think you are an amazing resource for like I said, a woman who's thinking of having a baby or who is pregnant or who is just in that maybe that after baby.

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The Ongoing Health Costs Associated With 9/11

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:58 min | 1 year ago

The Ongoing Health Costs Associated With 9/11

"To federal funds established after the attacks of september eleven. Two thousand and one have paid around twelve billion dollars over the years. The money went to first responders. The families of those who died or people have gotten sick as a result of the terrorist carnage. Medical claims have been increasing in recent years. Many from people with cancer marketplace's samantha fields reports on the ongoing health costs connected to that day twenty years ago this weekend. Michael o'connell responded to the world trade center as a firefighter on nine eleven and spent the next few weeks working at ground zero five years later he got sick. I know the exact date. It was december thirty first. Two thousand six new year's eve. He went to bed that night filling healthy but when he woke up the next morning i literally had swollen limbs swollen ankles all my joints were inflamed by body kind of blew up to like twice the size. It was a pulmonologist figured out that he had a rare autoimmune disease called sarcoidosis that was attacking his skin and joints and told him he'd gotten it from breathing in toxins. The material that responders and survivors were exposed to when the towers collapsed was quite toxic. Dr michael crane treats a lot of nine eleven first responders through the world trade center health program clinic at mount sinai so huge huge burning buildings collapsing. Everything inside is burning and it collapses down into a pile and then an enormous. Dust cloud a lot of firefighters. Police officers and others at ground zero started getting sick almost immediately. I with what they called the world trade center cough then. Ptsd and depression. And eventually years later cancers this exposure has a really really long tail anyone who develops any kind of illness linked to nine eleven can get free healthcare through the world trade center health program but michael bearish a lawyer for nine eleven survivors says there are likely a lot of people dealing with nine eleven related health problems. Who don't know they're

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"samantha" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Mixture originating from two individuals. The first scenario is samantha. Josephson in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture versus scenario to for its two unidentified unrelated individuals that attributed to ensure means. She's not a contributor. The result of that comparison is the dna profile is approximately three point. Eight subterranean times more likely smith josephson in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture of two unidentified unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture time. Back in our verbal scale would will level support is that for samantha josephson's inclusion in the profile. On mr rolling shoe. This would fall into our very strong support rage. They then asked about any dna found underneath nathanielsz fingernails the da vial was interpreted as a mixture originating from three individuals. Because these are nathaniel rollins generals. We can expect his dna reasonably be there so he is his dini. Profiles considered in both scenarios scenario wine is nathaniel roland samantha josephson in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture versus mary where nathaniel rowlands in two unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture. The result of that comparison is routinely profile is approximately ninety four million times. More likely if nathaniel orland smith joseph sent in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture that thing roland into unidentified unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture. The prosecution also inquired about other clothing items belonging to nathaniel including a sock into bandanna dating profile was interpreted as a mixture originating from two individuals. The first scenario is samantha. Justice saved an unidentified unrelated individual contribute to the mixture versus a scenario where it's too identified unrelated individuals that contributed to the mixture. The result evacuate harrison is dina profile is approximately four times more likely if samantha gis said in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture than two identified unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture to recap that samantha's dna was found on nathanielsz flipflops underneath his fingernails and on his sock and bandanna then the testimony turned to the blood in the car. The specific parts tested were the rear of the console. The passengers headrest the driver's headrest the rear passenger seat and the seat belts agent. Doing said there's very strong support that the blood found on all of those locations included blood from samantha. Agent duane then told the jury about blood found in that family dollar grocery bag located in the dumpster at marinas apartments again. The blood came back as very strong. Support that it was from samantha but on several occasions during the direct examination agent duane mentioned an unknown profile and when prosecutors asked about the dna found under samantha's fingernails not only was there an unknown profile there too but nathaniel rowlands profile was excluded. What are your results. is mr roland on. The item. Daniel roland is excluded as a possible contributor for the right hand fingernail. Scrapings misjustice correct. That's that and that was done by the analysis that you talked about earlier that process that is crack. Is there a second time of process or analysis that you can do in regards to dna vows will. that's separate from the starbucks. Yes what is that. we also perform. What is called why. Sdr testing what is your why s. You're testing is a type of technology that allows us to just isolate male vide just for mailing. That is correct. So did you. Perform westie are testing on this item. Sixteen point one. I did and the process for conducting. The test is completely different. From the starbucks that you described earlier the statistic. It's different statistic is different. Thank you so the ratios the numbers. You've been reciting. do you do that. Same thing for the white cr analysis. Now it's a different type of sadistic okay. Did you conduct analysis on this item. I did and what was the result. The partial why scr profile developed is insufficient interpretation. What does that mean. That means that there was not enough. Dna developed to interpret now. Let's talk about sixteen point two. Which is the left hand fingernail scrapings again in that situation under the the star makes what was your under star. Mex- what would your finding name. Her developed is attributable to smith. Joseph said and. I'm sorry with mr roland. Included or excluded as part of that. Daniel roland is excluded as possible. Contributor to do attempt to do any wise cr Analysis on that i did and what was the result. No t. r. profile was developed when it was time for cross examination. The defense wanted to focus on that unknown profile. Part of the unknown profile was found within the same batches as samantha's blood and you've excluded everybody else that you had proposed for. Yes that is correct. So it's samantha jones said mixed with an unidentified person yes the defense also asked about a few other locations from the car where an unknown profile was found. They argued that each location which included the gearshift and steering wheel could imply that someone unknown drove the black chevy impala. So there's still one profile this on the gear shift to this heart don't belong to correct. Yes that is correct. The defense asked agent wayne about the clothes nathaniel had allegedly been wearing. The night of samantha's murder. The clothes found in meritas trash. There was evidence of samantha on the clothes along with again an unknown profile and the profiles a mixture of two individuals that is correct and samantha josephson's likelihood of being a contributor to this mixture. Is pretty strong right yes. The dna profile is three point. Seven seven million times more likely her and one individual. What another person contributing to the measure that is correct. Anything or roland is excluded. From being at second person correct that is correct and you excluded everybody else that you had been samples or with this particular item. Yes that is correct. So what samantha. Joseph said an an unidentified person that we don't know that is correct then. There was another piece of evidence. Defense wanted to ask agent duane about the hunting knife that was found meritas trash. So you did. A you received a swab from the radio Correct that is correct. Mr rowlands profile is not on that late. Correct that.

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What's Up With Pandemic Sex Orgies?

Stuff Mom Never Told You

01:24 min | 1 year ago

What's Up With Pandemic Sex Orgies?

"This has been something. That's puzzling me. Throughout the pandemic samantha knows. I've like occasionally brought it up. It's been on our ideas list for a long time dissipated the yeah well i just kept seeing all these news stories about cracking down on sex orgies and i was just really curious whether or not this was a thing that was happening the whole time and i'm just not in the orgy lube which i'm very much not in the orgy loop and to be clear like no king shaming or shaming of sexual activities as long safe informed consensual activities amongst adults. I just was really curious about all these stories. I get sieg so recently. The new york department of health updated their guidelines for having safe sex during the pandemic which we talked about including this line quote make kinky be creative with sexual positions and physical barriers like walls that allow sexual contact. Bob preventing close face-to-face contact interesting. They heavily advice avoiding sex parties. But if you must get vaccinated. I in choose larger more open and well ventilated spaces. Good to know and as you as you probably heard that the story these guidelines did make the rounds of people like are you talking about glory holes essentially a well ventilated space. I can have a sex party

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Christina Applegate Reveals She Has Multiple Sclerosis

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Christina Applegate Reveals She Has Multiple Sclerosis

"Actor Christina Applegate says she's been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis Margie's our letter with the latest Christina Applegate said she found out a few months ago that she has multiple sclerosis which affects the nervous system Applegate who is forty nine says it's been a tough road and a strange journey but she's felt supported by others who also have MS Applegate previously battled breast cancer she's probably best known for her roles on married with children Jesse Samantha who and dead to me

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"samantha" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"While i am here. With samantha davis. Sam is a mama of to one brand new just three months old like to almost as day and is a certified dula and childbirth educator. She wears many hats at embody. Dula trainings as a board member trainer curriculum contributor and membership director. She is a published author with her book. So female samantha or sam liked to be called and metoo welcome to the show. We'll try to make this too confusing with two dulas named sam who love essential oils. How we not met thank you thank you. It's good to be here. thank you for having me. Well i would love to hear more about your book. First and foremost so female. Tell me about that. So basically i had moms coming to me for so long asking me. What oils to use in labor and childbirth postpartum. Even moms that weren't clients of mine. So i ended up doing was i put it in a book and i was like. Oh it's already here in book. And i'm gonna make it super accessible and in affordable it's affordable it's just for women's anyone pick it up and here's the thing and you may have experienced this to all use breastfeeding as an example. Because it's such a common and popular one ray so breastfeeding the big one i get is oh i have a momma who's not producing enough. What oil she continues. Okay well basil's great festivals. Great these all oil. She can use but wait a minute nine times out. It's han it's a latch issue right. So if we're just gonna make moms supply you know. She gained a plethora and she's in gorge. And we're not addressing the actual issue right. We're not solving a problem. We're just gonna end up with an engorged mama. Yes lots of milk is gonna come which is great but we we gotta deal with the flash and see what's up. We need to address that ray.

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Infertility & Womens Health With Samantha Davis

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Infertility & Womens Health With Samantha Davis

"While i am here. With samantha davis. Sam is a mama of to one brand new just three months old like to almost as day and is a certified dula and childbirth educator. She wears many hats at embody. Dula trainings as a board member trainer curriculum contributor and membership director. She is a published author with her book. So female samantha or sam liked to be called and metoo welcome to the show. We'll try to make this too confusing with two dulas named sam who love essential oils. How we not met thank you thank you. It's good to be here. thank you for having me. Well i would love to hear more about your book. First and foremost so female. Tell me about that. So basically i had moms coming to me for so long asking me. What oils to use in labor and childbirth postpartum. Even moms that weren't clients of mine. So i ended up doing was i put it in a book and i was like. Oh it's already here in book. And i'm gonna make it super accessible and in affordable it's affordable it's just for women's anyone pick it up and here's the thing and you may have experienced this to all use breastfeeding as an example. Because it's such a common and popular one ray so breastfeeding the big one i get is oh i have a momma who's not producing enough. What oil she continues. Okay well basil's great festivals. Great these all oil. She can use but wait a minute nine times out. It's han it's a latch issue right. So if we're just gonna make moms supply you know. She gained a plethora and she's in gorge. And we're not addressing the actual issue right. We're not solving a problem. We're just gonna end up with an engorged mama. Yes lots of milk is gonna come which is great but we we gotta deal with the flash and see what's up. We need to address that ray.

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New Jersey College Student Stabbed up to 120 Times in Uber Killing

Mark Levin

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

New Jersey College Student Stabbed up to 120 Times in Uber Killing

"Gruesome details revealed in the trial of the man accused of murdering a New Jersey college student who mistakenly thought a car she entered was uber ride. Pathologist testified there were more than 100 stab wounds plunged into the body of 21 year old Samantha Josephson. Trial of Nathaniel Roland is entering its second week. He's facing kidnapping and murder charges

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"samantha" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Rolling okay. What wait first of all which is more difficult setting a podcast equipment or asking the world to acknowledge genocides. It'd be asking is easy. It's moving and getting them to do anything but her you guys. How's it going for you with this. What we hate to be happy but we are happy. Happy you cannot be happy now because we're talking to people that we have undying amount of respect for and you were at the very top of my list. I've admired you for so long and read even some of your really dense stuff. 'cause you can. That's no joke. Problem from hell was not a light book. That was when you outed yourself as being more nerd than glam. That's fine with me. Look in preparing for this. Searching on the internet and seeing that people have samantha power fan club t shirts and then coming to the realization that they're not sold they were made and the i can't get one was something that did not make me happy. I was like well obviously need one. I'm going to wear to the interview. Couldn't find it. And then i just felt an immediate mike competitive glory kicked in and i was like who does this girl in the t shirt thinks she is. I'm the president of. Oh we can all the bell. That's what we're working out here and also kristen is going to put an oetzi store up..

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Fun Summer Tastes and the New TerraShield

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Fun Summer Tastes and the New TerraShield

"Samantha. Thank you so much for being here with us today. Thanks so much for having me so cooking with essential oils is something that maybe not. A lot of people are familiar with so if i am new to cooking with essential oils. What are some of the things i need to know. Cooking with essential oils might take on. It is mostly for flavor unless you're not heating up oils because like with everything. Each essential oil has a flash point which means they all have a temperature that they basically burn off at which can remove potential benefits but it does leave the flavor bind. That's really interesting. So if you're planning on putting into oils in raw foods you'll definitely get the benefits and the flavor but if you're deciding to cook with it you're just looking for the flavor to replace the dry herbs that you'd probably use cooking with essential oils is also an easy clean and honestly less expensive way to season a dish because you want to use them. Sparingly essential oils are concentrated versions of the plant. So you don't need much you can always add more but you can't take anything away. I start with a toothpick sized amount and slowly. increase it from our flavor. Can you let us know what some of your favorite recipes are. I think a lot of people might want to use essential oils in different recipes. But might not know where to start so i. What is your favorite recipe to use a citrus. Oil in absolutely really was interested. Any type of drink but also desserts. Interestingly enough i love wild orange orientate injuring in chocolate cakes brownies. It really brightens up those richer desserts and you can even add them into frostings. Or if you're going for more like a summary dish you can add a little bit into a salsa and my favorite drink to do with wild. Orange is making lemonade with some freshly squeezed lemons. Your favorite sweetener and then just a drop of wild orange in maybe a drop of tangerine and you have this bright unique fresh lemonade to hopefully cl- you off. During the hot summer

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Reiki Healing, Chakras, & Essential Oils With Andrea Frasier

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Reiki Healing, Chakras, & Essential Oils With Andrea Frasier

"I'm here with andrea frazier who holds. A master's degree in education. Is a national board. Certified teacher raking master teacher and is a certified transfer mational coach andrea offers online ricky classes at the shine ricky school. She is author of the bestselling book. The shock gra method and is the founder and facilitator of the online group. coaching programs. The shocker activation method and the healer within academy andrea. It's honor to have you here with us today. How are you is samantha. I'm so happy to be here. I'm doing great how are you. I'm doing great. Yeah i wanted to dive into this topic as well. We've sort of poked at this topic a bit throughout the Podcast life span but I i don't think i've ever had anyone who's really whole life is released. Circled around this concept and I know that you work. A lot with essential oils and shot grows and rakia and essential oils as well and ricky and essential oils is something that you credit a lot of significant healing and transformation in your own life to is that correct. Oh yes very much. Let's hear about that. How did this journey began for you. Yeah so back in I think it was two thousand three somewhere around there. I was in my early to mid twenties. And i was diagnosed with fibromyalgia which is a chronic musculoskeletal disorder and chronic fatigue as well so he just had widespread pain throughout. My body. just aches all the time. I was tired all the time. And i mean this pain had actually started early back as far as i can remember like middle school In my knees and it just got worse and worse over the years. Our i had trouble sleeping and and just insomnia and it was just always sick and i just never felt good like i literally felt like i was eighty.

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"samantha" Discussed on Warrioress

Warrioress

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Warrioress

"These creative sexual furnace in women and when i helped him to connect to their sexuality that that's where the shame the guilt down being sorry march being just having so much inside just wants to be afraid expressed an indian vitamin Just aimed arguing the mouth. Like before i go to this sounds like breathing in making sand from land nath in that was orbiting my pussy and i wrote my pussies awake it's alive it's pulsating with lack Ecstasy that in that place in the ecstasy into the rocks from my hot and then it comes out and it's like then. I'm leaving and i'm channeling that energy from my mom speaking from my heart and for me. That's wild woman is she. Service understood a lot of ways because we don't know how to channel that energy so we do drugs we alcohol. We distract we. Go on wild. Six escapades read things up because we darn are had homicide. I energy into something. That's going to be productive to create rather than destroy and mars amplify it and then we wanna say lack. What do we want to create with this. Yeah it such a co jenny Obviously i've fought like it's it's pure. Well you don't want to go into a fight. We'd anger show because that's that it's a very misunderstood environment as well because there's so much in this saw much smart and to the hull spot but i think a lot of people really do get in into this kind of fields because of angle and it's actually being out to express that but in expressing that in that way we really tapped into like watt underneath there and i know a working we've you you noy Samantha really really asking. Why do i thought. Why do i fought like yes. I enjoy it. Yes i love the skill. Len and i love the challenge and all of those things for myself bought a big thing for me is i. I wanna show people as possible. Like i won't paypal to nari that they can like you're saying you you can have your business however you want..

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"samantha" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Very liberal. But i love. I love those moments that you know and being this morality like my mom always told me like. If i wasn't a comedy writer i would have been a lawyer. Seventy so combative and i think all the policies like i don't know they lead down the right path. Eventually you totally right for being such a smart ass. Yeah. there's nothing wrong with being a little russell. It just as long as you grow out of it. I would say i mostly have. I think it was just encouraged to kind of lean in to lean into funniness. It was never ever. I mean gosh. Being funny was never discouraged in this family. It's it was just samantha. Was was like pick by her high school to You know. Give the speech at graduation. Because i knew should be funny and she's done a lot of a sketch. Performing to to great success and younger daughter went to harvard. Got on the lampoon. The gave the speech graduating. So i always just. We would not know what to do with the kid wanted to do anything. Use unfunny accountants. Are they always about would if we were Would if we had to let go to swim meets would if that was what no disrespect to swimmer but they i remember them saying we just that was our life was just okay another swim meet my husband and i fear because we're both creative and i'm dislike. I guess we'll figure it would take feels.

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Supernatural, Season 12 Preview

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Supernatural, Season 12 Preview

"Now from supernatural season. Twelve special samantha. Smith who is once. Again mary winchester to check with everybody like am. I see she's alive. You guess you can say she's alive. I'm alive guest. So i'm actually live and brought back to life from from the minute i died so i'm twenty eight. I'll be just nod your head like sure. Of course you are. And the boys are older than i am And so now. Mary's going have to so much has changed the world technology. Everything in thirty three years is completely different than a nineteen eighty three and her children are adult and they were raised in a way that she probably would not increase them. Her husband is gone. The there are still monsters. They're still hunting. There's all that whole part. And i think that feels most comfortable with hunting. And so she we. I go back to that. And i'll be hunting and working with the boys and they sent me to fight training and weapons training. And i've been having a ball. I've never really done very sporty. But i never did martial arts boxing or any of that stuff and my trainers like but it's it's been it's been. They have amazing people helping me so it's been superfund. There's a lot of opportunity for heard to make like little comments on the boys do things as a mom. Yes and that's it once a month always a moment. I don't care that. I haven't seen him in thirty years. I'm gonna tell you what. I think and There there's also the there's the fun side of the genetics and inheritance. And i'll see something i'm like you know all of that and just the love. There's so much love

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Finding Europe in America

Travel with Rick Steves

03:01 min | 1 year ago

Finding Europe in America

"Says you have to actually go to europe to taste of the old world after all many american and canadian cities and towns were settled by european immigrants. Sometimes they tried to recreate a bit of what the new from the old country. Even if we can't go to europe we can discover benefit prayed here. In our hemisphere samantha. Brown hosts public television travel series places to love where she films from destinations. Both around the world in closer to home. She joins us today on travel. With rick steves to look at some of her favorite places to find a bit of europe. In america samantha. Thanks for joining us. Pleasure to be here rank. Boy know all i do is go to europe again and again and again but i really. There's a lot of europe hiding out here in the united states during covid lockdown times so we can't travel overseas like we'd like to but we can find little knockoffs here in the united states from all around the globe knockoffs because some of them are terrific kind of constructions and others are honest to goodness immigrant communities. That are still the way they were hundred and fifty years ago when they were there were settled just in my state washington. We've got leavenworth which is a famous little german. It's kind of a touristy. Gimmick but poulsbo is originally a norwegian town and its norwegian to this day and we have linden up by the canadian border which is a very dutch was settled by holland immigrants. What are your favorite slices of europe in america. Well one of my favorites is a city that i had gone to my entire life. My family Was brought up right outside of it and then after doing two years of europe came back to and it just hit me like a ton of bricks that this was a european city and that is philadelphia pennsylvania. It is by far the most for me. The most year of paean city in the united states and so then i started like do a deep dive like why is it so it was just a feeling i had like. Wow i just feel like. I'm in europe. And there were so many connections One of the main architects was an emigrant from leon france. He designed the ben. Franklin benjamin franklin parkway which is now. We're all the museums are lined. And he designed that off of the sean z z. and along this beautiful roadway parkway where they're abuse. There's the rodin museum. there's the philadelphia museum of art. Which has the largest collection of renoir in the world. Incredible and others rittenhouse square. They're all these not just pockets. Because i think you know there's places we'll talk about today the have pockets but this is a city that is just so of france and the best connection that i love about philadelphia is that it is also it has the most mural arts i think in the world and its sister city is leon so if you ever go to leeann france and the kuala rouge is where you see those phenomenal murals and that art that is available to all end. It's all over the city. That's what the to share so the city a definite of brotherly love is a great. If you want that. European and more specifically french you know kick

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Health, Happiness, and How to Get It With Tim James

The Essential Oil Revolution

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Health, Happiness, and How to Get It With Tim James

"I'm here with tim james. He is the producer of his own chemical free food products known as the chemical free body at the chemical free body. His inbox is constantly flooded with people singing and dancing about how he has given them a life. they couldn't believe was possible. Historic will have you laughing crying and gasping but most importantly he shares his recipe to a longer happier and healthier life. Tim welcome to the show. Thanks so much for being with us here today. How are you samantha. Doing fantastic. And i am excited to share and i hope the listeners. Get one thing out of this show today that they can go home and implement that will drastically improve their health and their happiness. While i have no doubt about that. So i want to backtrack to where your journey began. Because you've gone through quite a bit of health. Struggles yourself but i also know that there was a dear friend involved in your journey that led you to where you are today. But let's start with you. I grew up on eastern oregon on a cavern. Hey form now so. I was hunting and fishing. a lot. I play baseball too high level ben by age. Thirty seven Forty pounds overweight and my elbows were cracking and bleeding. Exa emma i left. Knee was cracking leading with x. Amount had acid reflux really bad. I had another skinny on my back. it was embarrassing to take my shirt off and then i had Finally had an organ removed on vacation. And that's when. I learned that my poor health doesn't affect just me and then i was actually bleeding readily we talked earlier about. I have this t shirt on says love when you poop. Because when i go to the bathroom number two it was a very painful experience hauled by blood and this went on for two and a half years

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Ep 50: The Church of Englands influence over education [TEST]

National Secular Society Podcast

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Ep 50: The Church of Englands influence over education [TEST]

"One school that. I were attacked. They were little pads. On each table. Prayer jelly babies and samantha. Sorry jedi baby or all these types of things get into children and make it difficult for them to kick against the and they want to be good and they to go along with that and they want to believe that these things are true. Listening to pursued fifty of the national secular society podcast produced by the puck. If you many adults today that they would send their children to touch england's school they would probably say yes. Cb schools are often well established and have a reputation for providing high quality education often to. They're the new up shoot in commuting distance. But it's the influence of the church of england along with tila strokes and other legislation is always so benign. The evidence presented in two reports recently published by the national secular society suggests otherwise in particular syndicates that in recent years the church of england has been quietly gaining greater influence over state schools. Even those that are not fiscal. One of the nss is reports on. This topic is entitled. Religiosity inspections the case against faith-based inspections of states it studies the impact of mandatory inspections on pace goes by sponsoring religious group and presents the key arguments polishing such inspections. One of my guests on this episode. Matthew hill contributed to this report. My guest chris. Elway rachel

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"samantha" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"Hi samantha. Hi deborah. Thanks for having me. How did yin li's work. I come into your life <hes>. That's a great question. I have to say. I think it was originally from the new yorker. It wasn't this story. This wasn't the first. Union story i encountered. Maybe it was extra. This one though sheltered woman has always stayed with me so deeply. There's no easy way to forget it. There's no easy way to feel like i'm done thinking about it. And i've been interested to see how often it returns to me again. And again. And i think that i initially was so attracted to it. Because it's such a complicated story about mothering and mothering. Stories while not rare <hes>. Ones that are complicated enough to satisfy me are rare that to find a story that questions mothering. Or even that digs in to the extent that this one does where you know we're bringing in themes of capitalism and the effects of capitalism on mothering. I mean. I don't know that i've seen that really anywhere else <hes>. Maybe in some amazing science fiction but never in a story that dwells in realism. The way this story does and the fact that yijun decided to kind of capture this luminol moment of one month. You know the first month and to take that tiny quiet microcosm and make it into this devastating huge chasm of a universe. I i find that unbelievable right. The story deals with a character who only takes care of babies in the first month of their lives. And who also takes care of mothers in the first month of <hes>. Of motherhood motherhood is something you have written about a fair amount in your own fiction. Yeah yeah. I am a mother of three and i think that when i became a mother i like most mothers was amazed at how little i knew beforehand. Despite having mother despite being daughter. I knew so very little about how to do this. And the way that it would change my identity the way that it would open me up in a tremendous way and so i. I went looking for literature that reflected that to some extent in. I don't know that i found too much of it. Even the word mother the first place we go is someplace. Really very basic and stereotypical i. You know it's like making dinner making cookies driving mini vans and there's none of that in a sheltered woman and i really appreciated that because i did feel like when i first became a mother having made life became obsessed with death which ultimately you know that makes a lot of sense and yet no one had prepared me for that and no one had told me that was going to happen so i kind of looked for the pieces that dealt with that question and tried to write these stories myself so now. Here's samantha hunt reading sheltered woman by and li a sheltered woman. The new mother groggy from a nap sat at the table is though she did not grasp why she had been summoned. Perhaps she never would anti may thought on the place mat sat a bowl of soybean and pig's foot soup that anti may had cooked as she had for many new mothers before this one many however was not exact in her interviews with potential employers. Auntie may always gave the precise number of families she had worked for a hundred and twenty six when she interviewed with your current employer. A hundred and thirty one babies altogether the families contact information the dates she had worked for them their babies names and birthdays these. She had recorded in a palm size notebook which had twice fallen apart and been taped back together years ago. Auntie may had bought it at a garage sale in moline illinois. She had liked the picture of flowers on the cover purple and yellow unmelted snow surrounding the chased pedals. She had liked the price of the notebook to five cents when she handed a dime to the child but the cashbox on his lap. She asked if there was another notebook she could buy so that he would not have to give her any change. The boy looked perplexed and said no. It was greed that had made her ask but when the memory came back it often did when she took the notebook out of her suitcase for another interview. Auntie may would laugh at herself. Why on earth had she wanted to know books. When there's not enough to fill one. The mother sat still not touching the spoon until tear-drops fell into the steaming soup. Now anti may said she was pushing herself in the baby. A new rocking chair back and forth back and forth this squeaking less noticeable than

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"samantha" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

Hay House Meditations

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"samantha" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

"So, , welcome onto the podcast. Samantha . thank you so much for having me. . I'm so excited. . Yeah. . I'm really looking forward to talking with you about meditation and in particular breath work <hes> and I thought that we might want to do it in that order as it seems to be the trajectory in your soon to be released book hungry for happiness, , stop emotional eating, , and start loving yourself that that book is coming out at the end of September. . So this is the this podcast is to dropping a couple of weeks. . Before that. . So I thought that we would talk about this. . Is that okay with you haven't lately unless to excellent. . Excellent. . So let's begin with with hungry for happiness this the book <hes> I I read it <hes>. . It's it's part healing memoir. . Can Apart guided introspection and meditations and and also this sort of. . Part can a best friend encouragement like you're like this not really a coach like this like your your girlfriend come on. . Let's do this. . You know so. . Can You? ? Can you tell us about your healing journey that we read about in the book? ? Absolutely I love how you explain it like that you know my my intention for Reading For writing that book was to write it to just my best friend you know that that felt sense of. . I understand you I get it. . I was there I know how terrible it can feel when you are in a battle with food in your body. So . I'm grateful that the final product came out like that. . So I grew up as a dancer and actress when I was quite young and dealt with all kinds of body image issues growing up. . I can remember being very young in the bathtub just feeling. . This. Felt . Santa, , feeling, , discuss it in my body, , which was a feeling that I felt often when I looked in the mirror at at young age and that then manifested into an eating disorder emotional eating restricting overeating all sorts of things <hes> when I was about eighteen. . And I entered into this period of my life that I. Call . My Diet Depression years where. . I was on over fifty diets in less than four years and. . Truly had no idea how to just eat like a normal person like that was a impossible task for me at that time, , I can remember waking up some mornings thinking to myself like a hi, , can I just can't wait to go to bed because the thoughts in my mind were so just honestly abusive and just my level of body image. . The the severity in which I hated my body was just through the roof and so. . I began trying to try to heal my my emotional eating through dieting. . So I was going on all sorts of different diets, , and of course, just , making the making things worse. . What we need to realize what I needed to realize that time is emotional eating and and disordered eating is all in inside job and the Maury trying to manipulate and control and mess with our food the worse it actually gets. . and. So . I can remember about ten years ago reading eat pray love and. . It was a story where she went to Bali and she right? ? Elizabeth. . Yeah and he liked poker with dicks. . He she found this healer in Bali. . That poker with East Dickson and Blah Blah Blah Blah long story short. . So I'm like, , all right that's what I'm going to do. . So I bought a one way ticket to Bali I flew to Bali and I found this exact healer that she wrote about in her book I drove this I I got I got on a scooter scooter got on like a taxi scooter and drove to this man's home. . And he barely spoke any English and he started poking me with his sticks and. . He, , then just has to be your brains broken. . And I was like Oh God. Okay. . . What's going on here? ? And so he goes you think too much. . You have too much thinking and I was like you're so right I really do. . And so this was a point in my life where I I couldn't tell the story I had was I couldn't meditate. . And I would say I would sit there and meditation and my brain would be going a million miles a minute. . And thinking of all sorts of different things I would get up after twenty minutes and. . Feel more stressed out than when I initially sat right because a lot of people's experience. . And I know you're a pro meditators I, , could've used you back in the day. . So for me meditation was a challenge but everyone in their dog was telling me that meditation was going to be the path for me to heal my disordered eating will that mean such an interesting position because here's this thing that apparently has all these amazing benefits which it does and I know that now but I couldn't do it to save my

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"samantha" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"samantha" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"David. . Hi Deborah Welcome back. . It's great to be back. . So three days came out in two thousand, , six more than fourteen years ago but you told me that you think about it at least once a month. . I do think about this story I mean, , I, Love , Samantha Hunts writing so much and <hes>, , and all of her stories tend to kind of sink into me and remain in my body because she's such a visceral physical writer and. . This story in particular has always stayed with me and. . The the feeling of the story will just kind of percolate in strange moments and sometimes I'll have that feeling around like I don't know where that feeling is coming from. . They'll be like Oh. Yeah . that's right. . That's that's a three days Samantha. Hunt . feeling. . What do you think without giving too much away what do you think is driving not feeling well, , I think it's her writing in general, , which to me just gets under the skin in a really interesting way that I don't see done very often and writing, , and she's doing so many interesting things with time and memory, , and also I love very tightly constructed the matic stories and I think this is one of those stories too. So . it was such a pleasure to return to it in a way in which I was trying to really take it apart a little bit because. . Often with those kinds of stories they can be airless and they can kind of take out the feeling quality that you want but she does that come reckless thing where it's thematically so tight but it also is just full of emotion <hes>. . So it's one of those stories that I just marvel at like much of her writing or like how did she do that and? ? So it's it's both like jealousy profound jealousy I like, , Oh, , I didn't. . I can't do the Samantha Hunt thing and also just the memory of the situations that she comes up with that are always kind of dreamlike <hes>. . So they kind of become part of your own subconscious <hes>. . What's interesting to me about three days as it is so tightly constructed, , but you don't realize it when you read it for the first time until you get to the end. . And see everything was was leaning you there. . For sure and then just how she uses family and myth in such an interesting way and just the level of control that she has going back through it I noticed more things whereas like, , oh, , that makes so much sense to have that particular paragraph right there. . As editor, , you get to page three and you think why on Earth did they do that here and let's take it out and then you get to page fifteen and you have to put it back. . Yeah for sure. . We'll talk some more after the story. . Now, , Here's David Gilbert reading three days by Samantha Hunt. . Three days. . It's starting to get dark. . Beatrice Fox along the highway from the bus depot up to her family's house. . She avoids the Roadway by walking just outside the guardrail in the long dry grass. . It's been mad down by road salt and rain strewn with trash and the surprisingly bloated body of a dead raccoon. . Beatrice imagines that car and truck passing hold someone she wants new in highschool. . Inside their cars, , they're shaking their heads and asking his that Beatrice with allergy she doing with a bloated raccoon carcass. . BEATRICE TURNS UP THE DRIVE She hasn't seen the farm and more than a year. . After her father died, , she moved away to the city not for any good reason just I change and now she likes it there. . She likes the fact that all the humiliations involved with entering her thirties as a single woman are happening behind her clothes department door out of the view of her family and everyone she has ever known. . There are some weathered plastic, , dwayne Reed Easter, , decorations a hip high bunny rabbit and a bright green egg wired to the front. . Porch. . It is thanksgiving, , and so from the road where Beatrice stands, , it appears that in the time she's been gone redneck clones of her brother and her mother have moved in and had their perverted redneck way with the house. . The farm is now an island in a sea of big chain stores. . While the surrounding firms were plowed under one by one and turned into shopping centers, , her parents had stood by. . They had waited rather than selling their land as neighbors all had, , and now along a ten mile strip of parking lot stores, , gas stations, , banks, and , supermarkets. . Their form is the last one left. . It isn't much of a form. . Beatrice his parents had given up farming seven years before when when morning beatrice his mother had told her father. . I don't feel like getting out of bed. . He looked her over and holding her John His hands. . He studied her face for a long while before saying, , yes, , I can see it right there in your forehead as if there was some word written across her brow, , a word that excused her from farm work for the rest of her life. . Within a few weeks, , Beatrice's father had become an expert crossword puzzle solver. . He'd even considered writing a novel before realizing that soon, , they would be broke. . Beatrice his parents had to start working or sell the farm, , and so they made a decision they leased their land to a conglomerate soybean operation and applied for jobs in the new industrial park. . Her father got work as a loan adjuster. . Her mother got a job in advertising working in the satellite. . Office of a company called mythological development which turned myths and sometimes history into marketable packages used for making new products and ideas more digestible to the consumer public. . Her father didn't like having an office job. . He used his sick days as soon as he got them. . But Beatrice, , his mother had always been very dramatic someone who swooned or leapt without provocation. . The sort of person who would sing while grocery shopping and then wonder why people were staring at her. . She flourished during the brainstorming conference calls that were a regular feature

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"samantha" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"samantha" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"David. . Hi Deborah Welcome back. . It's great to be back. . So three days came out in two thousand, , six more than fourteen years ago but you told me that you think about it at least once a month. . I do think about this story I mean, , I, Love , Samantha Hunts writing so much and <hes>, , and all of her stories tend to kind of sink into me and remain in my body because she's such a visceral physical writer and. . This story in particular has always stayed with me and. . The the feeling of the story will just kind of percolate in strange moments and sometimes I'll have that feeling around like I don't know where that feeling is coming from. . They'll be like Oh. Yeah . that's right. . That's that's a three days Samantha. Hunt . feeling. . What do you think without giving too much away what do you think is driving not feeling well, , I think it's her writing in general, , which to me just gets under the skin in a really interesting way that I don't see done very often and writing, , and she's doing so many interesting things with time and memory, , and also I love very tightly constructed the matic stories and I think this is one of those stories too. So . it was such a pleasure to return to it in a way in which I was trying to really take it apart a little bit because. . Often with those kinds of stories they can be airless and they can kind of take out the feeling quality that you want but she does that come reckless thing where it's thematically so tight but it also is just full of emotion <hes>. . So it's one of those stories that I just marvel at like much of her writing or like how did she do that and? ? So it's it's both like jealousy profound jealousy I like, , Oh, , I didn't. . I can't do the Samantha Hunt thing and also just the memory of the situations that she comes up with that are always kind of dreamlike <hes>. . So they kind of become part of your own subconscious <hes>. . What's interesting to me about three days as it is so tightly constructed, , but you don't realize it when you read it for the first time until you get to the end. . And see everything was was leaning you there. . For sure and then just how she uses family and myth in such an interesting way and just the level of control that she has going back through it I noticed more things whereas like, , oh, , that makes so much sense to have that particular paragraph right there. . As editor, , you get to page three and you think why on Earth did they do that here and let's take it out and then you get to page fifteen and you have to put it back. . Yeah for sure. . We'll talk some more after the story. . Now, , Here's David Gilbert reading three days by Samantha Hunt. . Three days. . It's starting to get dark. . Beatrice Fox along the highway from the bus depot up to her family's house. . She avoids the Roadway by walking just outside the guardrail in the long dry grass. . It's been mad down by road salt and rain strewn with trash and the surprisingly bloated body of a dead raccoon. . Beatrice imagines that car and truck passing hold someone she wants new in highschool. . Inside their cars, , they're shaking their heads and asking his that Beatrice with allergy she doing with a bloated raccoon carcass. . BEATRICE TURNS UP THE DRIVE She hasn't seen the farm and more than a year. . After her father died, , she moved away to the city not for any good reason just I change and now she likes it there. . She likes the fact that all the humiliations involved with entering her thirties as a single woman are happening behind her clothes department door out of the view of her family and everyone she has ever known. . There are some weathered plastic, , dwayne Reed Easter, , decorations a hip high bunny rabbit and a bright green egg wired to the front. . Porch. . It is thanksgiving, , and so from the road where Beatrice stands, , it appears that in the time she's been gone redneck clones of her brother and her mother have moved in and had their perverted redneck way with the house. . The farm is now an island in a sea of big chain stores. . While the surrounding firms were plowed under one by one and turned into shopping centers, , her parents had stood by. . They had waited rather than selling their land as neighbors all had, , and now along a ten mile strip of parking lot stores, , gas stations, , banks, and , supermarkets. . Their form is the last one left. . It isn't much of a form. . Beatrice his parents had given up farming seven years before when when morning beatrice his mother had told her father. . I don't feel like getting out

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"samantha" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"samantha" Discussed on Photography Radio

"I. have a real privilege and honor to speak with Samantha Cooper Sam is the senior photo editor at wired magazine, and in case you don't know. Wired magazine is a magazine dedicated to examining how new technologies influence the world influence culture. It is part of the Conde nast suite of magazines including the New Yorker Vanity Fair magazines like that it is a monthly magazine with just under a million subscribers looked it up a little bit earlier today, they miss nineteen million social followers followers on social platforms. It is a to my way of thinking one of the essential magazines for understanding contemporary life, and it is Impressive, not only four. It's a writing, but for its photography for the way it presents a visual image of the world. Sam is one of those people that decides what how we get to see what we get to see. The images of the world that's unfolding before us so sam frames magazines. Pleasure to talk with you today. let me begin with with easy question. How's life out on the West Coast out? How are you surviving these extraordinary days? Hit Pretty challenging it. Some you know things are really hard Between the protests. Covid and just wanting to support. Friends and family and It's. Yeah. It's hard to stay focused right now, but. You know just trying to do the best that I can. Get it is a difficult time for all of us that that's absolutely certain I want to begin with something fairly basic because a lot of us in the photo world rely on photo editors, but probably don't even really know what a photo editor does. so let me ask the world's most basic question. You have been a photographer. You are a photographer, but you are a photo editor first and foremost. What is the photo editor? So Whether there is the person who is arranging photography for the story That consist of variety of different things. You could be arranging all the details for the shoot selecting the photographer selecting the images. Working out the logistics of the shoot. and..

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"samantha" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"samantha" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"Okay. So like we Okay. So we've gotten like real far into the office spell like okay. So sorry. I'm just like trying to I'm like wrapping my head around everyone's like plot lines and like the the years and like where everyone's at home. I made it very complicated made. It really complicated shit. I like you coming into a bad guys being like I don't like this war Pat. I'm actually going wage might. Well, you know what? It's like it wasn't it was like I wanted to continue the story but like like I liked I liked the petrofsky angle and I also liked where it like left off like in this area. We'll do this as like a special. It's the movies have never existed. Yes, and this is just like a one-time special on HBO. Yes. Okay, So it picks up where they left off. Yeah. Harry has been assaulted in her apartment by Petoskey. I think we need to pick I guess we could just have cameos from young people. Yes. It's like I think HBO does it. It's like Sex In The City the Samantha special where it's like everyone decides that they're going to get together and collectively troll Kim trial by having a different Samantha pop up almost in every single thing. Yes. Exactly. Okay, so that makes more sense. Yeah. So it's like airing around Christmas time. It's a Christmas special featuring tons of different Samantha's and the whole drawers like who will play it's a man. Yes. Exactly. Okay, so carry the movie starts out. I think it's it's Christmas time. It was in Paris like it was snowing so it would be snowing in New York. Big are very cozy. It's like a few days before Christmas or like a week before Christmas and off there snuggling and they realize they're out of oranges. So big goes to get the oranges petrovski comes in and like threatens carry at knife-point. They all like they fight blah blah. Samantha gets bet dialed. Yes. I think we just have yeah, we have carries like flip phone for now and then RuPaul comes in and has the Cameo of like yeah getting petrofsky out. Yes, and then the cops show up and I think big comes back at that time and he's like, he's like, oh my God like carries and like one of those like metal blanket things or whatever like shivering outside like so like sad, but also kind off. Cited that the she's getting so much attention. Yes, and then like she also knows that big is going to be like extra excited to like be there like a hundred percent. Yeah. It's like a tangled hair. It's absolutely attention. Yeah, so he's like, are you okay and she's like, yeah. Oh my God. Yeah and like Raul's they're yeah like to like take care of them. Yeah. I mean, he's always driving big around. Yeah her so long and then RuPaul AK Samantha like comes up to both of them and she's like kids. I'm glad you're both safe like yes looks like he won't be getting that ruski won't be getting anywhere except a jail cell or something like that exactly and then it like Fades out and then we have like Sex In The City the Christmas special. Absolutely. Yes..

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