36 Burst results for "Samantha"

Fresh update on "samantha" discussed on Murph and Mac

Murph and Mac

00:44 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "samantha" discussed on Murph and Mac

"Say. Last time I saw her mouth like that had a hook in it, Right. Come on, man. By the way, Speaking of which took a little just a little tiny seasoning, not a legendary line, but just just last. So just threw us a little be the ball. Danny on the on the penalty kick Just a little seasoning in there for us, right? Exactly risque on a Monday morning. Well, I was wondering if I brought this up to work high. I'm asking a question. Believe me when I thought this one up, I'm like, If I bring this to Polly, he might go. No. How I am I'm extremely immature. To understand. Her name is Samantha Ramsdell from Connecticut. She has the world's largest Mouth gate for a female Polly. It's measures 6.5 centimeters. You're forcing my hand. Now you're forcing my hand and measured across it reaches more than four inches, and I know Paulie. What's your name? Samantha was Samantha Ramsdell from Connecticut. Ramsdell. Yeah, A lot of people don't know the shit time. A lot of people don't know this. But apparently, Tommy Lee has put an ad in the paper for a first mate on the ship, and I just got a text. He's hired Samantha Ramsdale. How.

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"samantha" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:00 min | 6 d 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 | 6 d 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 | 6 d 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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Fun Summer Tastes and the New TerraShield

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

02:07 min | Last month

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 | Last month

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 Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

01:40 min | Last month

"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 | Last month

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 | Last month

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 | Last month

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 | 2 months 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 KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:50 min | 2 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Samantha er be the writer for book of essays is Wow. No, thank you. She was at her house in Kalamazoo. We recorded this in April of last year. Take a listen. Um, you write in this new book about becoming a step parent kind of unexpectedly and you write about that sort of learning process for you, and like, how private to be with your step kids. How's that all working out while in quarantine? I know a lot of people are in Complicated parenting situations. It's well, Luckily, they are both at the like Tween and teen stage of being completely on interested in anything I do, because not all just in their corners like Take talking or well, the older one like makes music, So he's like, very like intensely with his synthesizers and keyboards, and we have a drum set that he's always banging on so Weird doing Okay? I've been reading a lot about people who have been listening to music from not just the before times, but the way before times like high school times Yesterday, I went on a walk. And I listened to this album from 1999 that I hadn't listened to since I was in college, and it made me think of your book where you reconstruct this classic. What was it like? 1990? Yeah, like from early nineties toe late nineties. That was really when I hit my like musical stride, and that's I mean, I listen to new stuff, but I still like regularly. I'm listening to Porta said. Yeah, man. So good degree McLachlan. There's an amazing Regina. Samantha Herbie. There's an amazing moment in this new book around. Oh, thank you. Where You're living in a kind of I don't Maybe rooming house might be how you describe it, a place where it's a lot of strangers that live there with you, and somebody is trying to steal a CD out of your room. And it's Dave Matthews Band. You feel like you have, like a wrestling match over it. Yes, he tried to steal my copy of under the table and dreaming and I was not Having it. I mean, here's the thing about me. That's gonna make me less cool. Um, I still love Dave Matthews. I would probably still wrestle that crackhead for my Dave Matthews. Me. E still have them. He's corny, Sure, but I I'll take corny. This is ah, actually very appropriate that we've moved into slightly judgy territory because by we were talking to Samantha her be her new book is Wow. No, thank you. Samantha, you are an expert on judging not. It's really being judgy. But literally Judge Mathis like you send out a newsletter where you recap episodes of Judge Mathis. Um, which got us thinking that you know, during this time of quarantine, Ah, lot of us are home. We're with our partners. And there's a lot of like domestic stuff. Domestic duties that we're trying to navigate. Like, who does what? And so We've put together a little list of kind of possible domestic squabbles. And because you are so deeply immersed in the universe of Judge Mathis, who wanted to have you render some judgments in what we're calling Livewire Court. This'd may be the greatest thing that's ever happened. Good. It's working for you. So by the way in the background people can hear the actual people's Court theme, playing in his Atlanta point out yesterday in a meeting This song goes Buck Wild in the last like 15 seconds. That wasn't me. But Bongo, it goes bang go crazy like that. So I had that That's the same song to bring that bad. Yeah. Alright, Samantha. Here's a question for you, Um, is the last person out of the bed obligated to be the one who makes it? Yes, as the person who is always last out of the bed. I do try to make it all the time. Yeah, No, you have to. Especially, you know, because the person who got it first is probably like doing something useful on like getting a jump on their day on not laying horizontally on something. Yeah, If your last out you gotta make it. I'm gonna take this recording and give it to my partner. Yeah, That's not the way it works in my house by disadvantage, so I can't wait to fix. Thank you for that service Judge her be appreciating your welcome Judge. Herbie. Is it permissible to argue with a pet? You know what? No, because the pet always win. That's so true. We have many pets in this home. They're all agents of chaos. And even if you stop them from doing whatever bad thing they're doing, They're just going to start it again. As soon as you walk away, and you can't control that there are many times where I'll be in bed and the cat will come outside the bedroom door and start me outing to go outside, and I will think to myself. I'm an adult. I graduated from a college. I pay my taxes. This is a cat. I will win this negotiation and then she meals two more times and I'm like She outsmarted me again like she's a master negotiator. First thing is, they aren't bothered by our noise Nearly as much as we're bothered by their on they have that advantage. Like I will do anything to get these cats to shut up. Anything. We're talking to Samantha. Her be her new book is Well, No, thank you. This is the library House party on Luke Burbank at my house. In the past, or Ella, her place in Corvallis, Oregon, and we are asking some sort of wouldn't say legal questions. But important questions of Samantha Herbie, who were calling Judge Herbie for the purpose of this segment. Judge Herbie Ah Okay, which is more heinous, eating all of a good snack. Or eating 99% of a good snack and putting the package back. So the next person thinks there's actually good snack. Left like my seventh just dropped out of my butt. You know you you must eat the whole thing. Yeah, you can't put back a little sliver. Or a little piece? No, that's no no, no, because you're really playing with someone's emotions, especially during the current, you know, covert times, because if you see like there's some of like your favorite snack left all day, you're thinking about it. You're like I can't wait till that happens and then to realize at 11 o'clock at night, it was barraged that Zach's rough. Like when you pull out the ice cream Pint, and then you pulled too hard because you feel like I asked for on that that lightness like that feeling of crushing the Germans Definitely have a word for that. I promise you, yes, horrible feeling. Was Samantha. I think we picked exactly the right person to weigh in on these important matters because you like your your legal mind for this is absolutely sterling. So thank you for helping us out. And thanks for coming on the show. Samantha Arby's new book is wow. No, thank you. It is a really great read, and it's exactly the kind of thing we should be reading during these otherwise stressful times because I know that I felt less stressed out having Having read it. Amen. Oh, thank you. You guys have a good rest of your day. Be safe. Eat 100% of all your snaps. Mayor. Ice cream. Always way. Who? What do you think It's going away? That's the.

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Chip Crisis in 'Danger Zone' as Wait Times Reach New Record

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Chip Crisis in 'Danger Zone' as Wait Times Reach New Record

"Our lead story today is one of demand and supply in that order. The commodity in question is semiconductors. The demand as we'll explain is nearly universal the supply well it's lagging and more so every day bloomberg got its hands on some data from the susquehanna financial group that says if you order a chip today the aforementioned semiconductors you're going to have to wait seventeen weeks for it to be delivered. Four plus months that is to put it mildly no way to run a supply chain. And as marketplace's samantha field reports. It is doing damage to way more than cars or computers or smartphones. These days almost everything has a chip whether we think of it as high tech or not. If it has a plug or battery probably has chips in it glenn. O'donnell research director at forrester says that includes refrigerators video. Doorbells and light bulbs you can turn on with your phone and even lower tech things like kids toys because all the toys gotta talk now and they got to react and they have little motors right. Now there's a shortage of all kinds of chips. Even the most basic ones says china vasan an analyst at bloomberg intelligence for. It doesn't matter if it's one hundred dollars or fifty cent part. There's just not enough capacity at factories around the world to meet the demand from all of the industries. That need chips because there's such a shortage. The semiconductor industry is having to pick and choose what to prioritize says. Mario morales at market research company. Idc it's for prioritizes. The large scale lear is like computing. Mobile phones is the largest market so though supply chains are always going to get priority and other companies especially smaller are going to have to wait longer for chips so shrine of austin at bloomberg says if you need something like a new appliance anytime soon even if you don't care about it being smart all of those products will be in. Short supplies are investigating line and shrim- boston says the shortage is likely to get worse before it gets better

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Nurses Have Been Hit Hard by the COVID-19 Pandemic

News, Traffic and Weather

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Nurses Have Been Hit Hard by the COVID-19 Pandemic

"Podcast. APP mic over 19 pandemic has pushed many local nurses to the verge of burnout. Washington Post Kaiser Family Foundation poll found that three out of 10 Healthcare workers have considered getting out of the field. Almost Suzanne Font takes a closer look at the ongoing nursing shortage. We asked the Department of Health exactly how seriously nursing shortages but they haven't been able to give us exact numbers. What we do know is there's about 140,000 licensed nurses in Washington state, and the nursing shortage has been exacerbated by the pandemic. Samantha Conley is a nurse at Harborview Medical Center in Trauma and PTSD is going to really start to build up and I really worried that we're gonna come up on a big deflation of the profession. Clinton Hospital Association says it has worked with the state to expedite licensing for nurses from other states and new graduate nurses. The group also has asked the state to move those patients that don't need to be in the hospital to care centers to free up more nurses. Hospitals also continue to rely on travel nurses for help, but

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Episode 140: You Like Huey Lewis & The News? - burst 04

The Swearwolves

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Episode 140: You Like Huey Lewis & The News? - burst 04

"Listen we all have our embarrassing cds or music that we had bought back in the day. Like one of the first cds. I ever got the song. Rico suave rico by gerardo so i bought that fucking cd. That's awesome leedle models jingu. None of that was spanish by the way that was just my memory on the sandwich. I don't drink or smoke or into dope. try coke. You asked me how to do it. I cope addiction has to do with the female species. Edem raw like sushi. That's awesome

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Busch celebrates birthday with win at Kansas Speedway

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Busch celebrates birthday with win at Kansas Speedway

"Kyle Busch led four times for twenty laps at Kansas speedway with final ten laps being the most important has he picked up his first NASCAR win of the season and it came on his birthday bush battle cow arson for most of the race but Larson had the dominant car leading one hundred and thirty two circuits around the track he would be relegated to nineteenth after late race restructure in back in the field for bush to win ended a roller coaster week of emotions as he and his wife Samantha shared the heartbreaking news that she had had a miscarriage Kevin Harvick finished a race in second his strongest run of the year with Brad Keselowski taking third I'm Jerry Jordan

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Nourishing Your Hair and a Look at Clementine

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

01:44 min | 3 months ago

Nourishing Your Hair and a Look at Clementine

"Samantha. Thank you so much for sitting down with us today. Thanks so much for having me. How can essential oils help my hair. I think the biggest contribution essential oils can make to. Your hair is improving. The overall appearance some essential oils can help. Keep your hair clean. There are also a few essential oils that are known to give your hair healthy glow which i personally love living in a drier climate. Plus your hair always smells grape and what essential oils do you recommend adding to my hair care routine. There really are so many oils. You cannot your hair carotene. My first go-to is a leave in treatment. I include a few usually ten to fifteen drops of geranium juniper berries cedar wood rosemary and tea tree in a bowl with about a tablespoon or so both fractionally coconut oil and jojoba oil. Then i'll rub that in coma through my hair and give myself a little scout massage and if my really soaks it up though i'll add a bit more carrier oil and to help with shine i'm usually missing when my hair is feeling dry. I also know. Many people lovling as part of their deep conditioning routine along with some lavender injury. Neom finally samantha. Can you tell us about other products that dough. Tara has for my hair absolutely with the new hair care product launch. We've totally refreshed our hair care products. There's a new protecting shampoo that include some amazing essential oils like invigorating peppermint and eucalyptus and cleansing tea tree and rosemary. The same essential oils can be found in the conditioner. But i like to add some lavender and dream. If i'm planning on leaving it in throughout the rest of my shower eighteen.

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European Regulator Finds Possible Link Between J and J Vaccine and Blood Clots

Breakfast with Sammy J

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

European Regulator Finds Possible Link Between J and J Vaccine and Blood Clots

"They use medicines regulator has warned. There's a possible link between the Johnson and Johnson covert 19 vaccine and rare blood clots. Your correspondent Samantha Holy The European Medicines Agency pulls the rollout of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine after US officials detected eight rare blood clock cases. Including one death among the nearly seven million people who've been vaccinated, European officials have now concluded unusual clots with low blood platelets should be listed as a rare side effect. What it sees. As with the estrogenic, a vaccine over all the benefits outweigh the risks. The UK is yet to approve the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

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Across Political Lines, Opinions On Vaccine Passports Are Divided

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:44 min | 4 months ago

Across Political Lines, Opinions On Vaccine Passports Are Divided

"Dot com slash smb. Now let's ask a little something to the debate over vaccine passports people keep asking. Should we have them. Should we not the reality. Is that in many places we already do. Here's npr's tovia smith too many. It's a no brainer. Just like passengers are screened before boarding planes for the safety of everyone so too. Should everyone entering a crowded space be checked to ensure their low risk for spreading. Covid if we're going to end this nightmare what we need is information. And if people are making unsafe choices the rest of us to know. Peter wilson musician from phoenix seized vaccine passports as ticket back to normal life. You know you have to vaccinate children to go to school for other things. Were just extending that to adults to keep everybody safe. This is your ticket to freedom san at the union pharmacy just outside boston. A pharmacist intern. Hands a proof of vaccination card to linda samantha Thank you so much. It's a low tech version of the digital vaccine passport that could become ubiquitous new york state's. Excelsior pass already allows residents to flash code from their phones to earn their way into anything from a broadway show or a gym to a private wedding. Samantha says she would be more apt to go places that are making sure everyone's vaccinated. I know it's awkward. But they're not asking for their life story just trying to keep people safe and trying to also keep their business so think. It's a win win indeed. Many businesses are already

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Why did Brazil's defence chiefs quit?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Why did Brazil's defence chiefs quit?

"Joined today by samantha pearson and fernando augusta per sheku cement to pearson is the brazil correspondent for the wall street journal. She joins us from sao paulo and fernando augusta. Yoshiko is from ceo palo. He's monocle senior correspondent and he is right here in the studio in london. A i will start with you samantha. And the story. That is the reason. We're doing this episode. It's the resignation of these three service chiefs. Obviously a choreographed move on their part. But how seismic has that been. It's been a pretty big may chair in brazil. Last time the heads of the armed forces left on the same day was nineteen ninety-five And that was the end. Up brazil's twenty one year dictatorship. So really it's not normal for this to happen in brazil and it's it's had a huge impact and just to follow that up samantha. Anyone know yet entirely what the motivations are actually at some level. Trying to bolsonaro out i think site mean a defense ministry said very little when they announced the change but sources close. The government told as essentially resigned in protest. Why do they do this. Because basically the past couple of years while sonata the president bus not has been trying to politicize military force Bat kim on political issues now. This is a lot of tension among the hiring sip. the military. They believe that they answer only to the constitution that they're above plots politics fair while they're going to be tarnished. The entire arms is brazil is going to be tarnished by both sinatra's administration and particularly his handling of the pandemic which is being pretty catastrophic care in brazil

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Essential Oils for Your Skincare Routine

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Essential Oils for Your Skincare Routine

"Samantha. Thank you for sitting down with us today. Thanks so much for having me now. My first question is what are some of the benefits that essential oils can have for my skin. The possibilities are really endless. But the most prominent skin benefits you could experience from essential oils are improve skin texture soothing irritated skin and overall skin nourishment when it comes to skincare group skin essential oils into three categories which tend to overlap an event diagram. Type of way. You have your trees and resins which tend to help improve the look and feel of your skin than the florals which often are associated with a glowing complexion and soothing irritated skin. And then you have your herbs which generally help sue skin while providing powerful cleansing benefits

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Optimizing your reputation online with Sean Smith

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

04:41 min | 4 months ago

Optimizing your reputation online with Sean Smith

"Welcome to another episode of the elevate. Podcast where we into some of the most interesting minds in business in real estate for the very best cheap since strategies it implemented. Elevate your business. I'm smith mclean. Editor relate agent and host of today's show on today's show joined by podium regional sales directors. Sean smith with a background in real estate that includes property management support and also some time we thrill state dot com delay. You sean carter. Focus involves helping agencies obtain and manage their online reviews which is very important. So welcome to the show sean. Thank you samantha. Grades of asia. That was a male phil. Welcome to the show on like this is a bit of alliteration going on there. So let's dive straight in an online reviews and you always hear about the importance of reviews. Why do they medicine much match. Agents online reputation depends when you're talking about online reviews of it is for an agency if they'd just using reviews as a way to get some nice testimonials that they wanna put on their website. That's great doesn't drive new business. So when i think of reviews and the reason i've come over into this space and i'm so passionate about reviews. Specifically in the real estate sector reviews me business. Landlords vandals looking at online reviews. They're only looking for one reason and that's to safer. The next agency is that they appoint to manage their property all sell the property much. That loss check isn't it. Because you do research and you jumping in jump out you do all sorts of other things as it can chamber and then finally before you make that selection you go and look at the reviews right absolutely absolutely any. It could be the difference between someone being photo to a great agent. That person still check those reviews and they might get turned off even if it's the best friends recommendation. Yeah it's an interesting topic but reviews on just about reputation. They're all about search engine optimization as well so can you talk us through how that works exactly questions. I'd encourage everyone listening to this when you get to a desktop buta or a about such real estate agency and then put in the suburb of your agency. If you're not just looking there at agencies that have a couple of reviews you'll get the most recommended agencies in that area and that's tied down to run about eight or nine out of ten. Seo factors with google a purely tied to those reviews whether they've recent reviews whether you consistently and frequently get those reviews and also you start writing in your total number as well but then the baffle the nettle. Yeah that's interesting. So google is actually ranking people based on race of reviews and based on the number of reviews and i also take it. The velocity of reviews like committee reviews of coming over sitting period of time. Absolutely in that in google's is that comes down to they want to make sure that this isn't just a flash in the pan for an office so if an office is ten reviews an and then they go. You know what this is really important. Add an extra hundred reviews next week. We're gonna ask all about science. That might look good in your number of reviews. No star writing but google's not going to look super favorably on that because it's not part of your process if you're looking at reviews as a new business strategy for instance make pot of every process make it part of the selling journey make it part of the. The tenant janis well finding appropriate after. They signed a lease in that secured the premise austin for review. It will just happen day down. Yeah that's interesting. And i want to get to asking for reviews because partying does that exceptionally well. We just talked a lot about google but there are a whole lot of review platforms agents right my agent real estate facebook etc in european. Where should agents focus. Think it depends a lot on what they're trying to which eighth with each of these different viewpoint foams. I'm very biased. Because google has actually backed podium. Not necessarily the best choice to get involved in which platform would always encourage people to find out where the custom is a finding them from. I know that some of those review sites. They're focused on buys intense. We know whether going though if they looking for property reviews probably on really influence. Mfa looking to buy property. Google is the first point. Of course someone doing the research on like i say land rivendell doing the research on the agency that they going to enlist. They'll be agent the agency and the brand. That's what google is absolutely the number one place because it's tied into your phone. It's tied into a web browser you see it straightaway and you can see her as the most recommended agency

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"samantha" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

04:04 min | 8 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"And filmmaker samantha. Chang and samantha recently came out with a book about chinese american veterans in world war. Two two. and if you've listened to many of the episodes here on the podcast you will already know from some of the stories that i've shared that my late father was a one of those world war two vets. And so i was very very excited about bringing samantha to talk about this book. That has just come out now. We have received quite a number of books in the last few years from authors and publishers who appeared as guests on our show. And it's one of the great perks of having this podcast. Is i get these free books and get to read them and enjoy them and then chat with the authors. This is one of those rare exceptions. I bought my own copy and a little bit of a discount. Because i really had to get my hands on this book and second of all. It's an exceptional book because it's not a novel. It's not a history book. It's basically eleven hundred pages of data and records and it's not something you sit down and you read the whole thing from cover to cover although you certainly can. But it's actually a capture was like maybe twenty two thousand chinese american world war vets historical record that otherwise is invisible and i wanted to make sure that i owned a copy this because my dad service record is in there as well as some of my uncles and i'm sure other people that our fathers grandfathers of some of my friends that i didn't realize but just really personally individually. I just felt it was important. Even though samantha semi the pdf. Nothing like getting a pdf with eleven hundred pages. But i wanted to own my own personal copy to keep in our family into pass along because it's just too convenient to easy to erase the sacrifices and the service of people like my late father. So if you're going to get the book you don't have a relative who is a chinese american vet. It may be a little daunting because it's not something you just sit down and read like a book on the other hand i would say if you have a relative who is one of those vets and most of them have already passed away. Sadly i think this is something definitely worth getting and the third reason maybe get. This is just to support this. Cause because this is a part of american history and as you'll hear later in the conversation to have with samantha nother stuff happens for free and you'll hear from her an opportunity how you can contribute how you can help. Continue this project to go along. At any rate. This was a fantastic opportunity for me to engage someone who has spent years doing a deep dive and surfacing all of these records so that future researchers and certainly families now and in the future will have access to these facts that established that during world war two. This huge terrible global conflict. Chinese americans were doing their part at at a percentage far beyond their numbers in america compared to everybody else so anyway. I just know that you're going to enjoy this conversation. She's full of energy. She's got so many stories and she gives me some opportunities to share some of my own I not exaggerating. I am super excited.

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"samantha" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

Hay House Meditations

05:07 min | 11 months 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 | 11 months 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 | 11 months 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 Happy Mum Happy Baby

Happy Mum Happy Baby

05:46 min | 11 months ago

"samantha" Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby

"I never will. And it started out as more like a kind of Hopi while I was in Downing Street just to sort of see how it would whether I could make it work and then day by day. So then turned into something that was real but it was It was. Quite. Slow over a period of two or three years before actually became kind of pro-pro-business. And then. Fired by your children yes I'm not I mean I never went to school brown after me I'm not that kind of person I you know nowadays eighty lots of website words and you are else have gone because people are often have to their makeup these strange to names and so it seemed fairly natural to to come up with some kind of. Anagram on what we call it of my children's initials. Yeah and I I just assumed it was. French. Will. Initially it was spelled with an ask for some and when I run into trademark problems. So was STF I N. so Samantha, Elwin, Florence, often Nazi I wish we also party my mom is half wells. WHO's also well? So Queen or go to ask for something she was some sort of you know fem early. From hundreds of years ago sort of feminist to Welsh lady. So it sort of see when I looked the kind of word that's what came up. So it seemed quite appropriate that it was this sort of strong Welsh woman on my children's initials then say run into trademark problems just as long as the business many of the other many of the many pitfalls. UPS and downs of being an entrepreneur and so had to change the spelling sort of slightly. Yeah and how if you found the Juggle of having that? Is it different having your own thing? Yes I'm I've always worked and I think like Dave. I'm very good at compartmentalizing. Do you know when I'm home I'm home and when I'm working at work and I don't really mix to. Quite mailing away I. One. Time. Whereas when I'm at work I'm not sitting there panicking about the children and kind of ringing the Ninety Day I. Mean I'm quite good at compartmentalizing but definitely, it is a big difference when it's your own business because. Whether it's wake up in the middle of the night and worrying, you can't leave it at. The office like you do if you're working for someone else but I think I've probably been doing it. Working I'm being a mom low enough that it's Easier to cope with I think if you're doing a start on. Her young mom I think that would be really heart..

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"samantha" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on How I Built This

"Hey, everyone, and welcome to how I built this resilience edition on these episodes were talking with entrepreneurs and other interesting people about how to think creatively during this really disruptive moment and today we're going to hear from Samantha B, the host and creator of full-frontal with Samantha B. Samantha's been quarantining et her home outside of New York with her kids and her husband Jason Jones, who's also an executive producer. On, the show writing and producing a show remotely has been a learning experience for Samantha and her staff, but it's allowed them to rethink the production process. Samantha spoke to me from her apartment in New York City where she returned just in time for our conversation I I know you've been filming the show from upstate New York in your backyard on your now in your apartment in Manhattan like I think. They're right. Well, the tropical storm last week knocked out power to our house and we have do not have power yet. We don't have power. We don't have Internet and today we'll make it like officially I think we're passing the one week mark since we've had power or Internet. So we came into the city where we also have questionable Internet..

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"samantha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Today's guest is author, comedian and Blogger Samantha Irby. I tracked down Samantha after reading her New Book while no, thank you, which was highly recommended by the New York. Times I then read her other books. We are never meeting in real life, meaty and New Year same trash. All of them made me laugh out loud. Talking with Sam had the same effect, she said caller Sam because that's what a friends color and we're friends now I hope you enjoy the episode. Ladies and gentlemen. You're listening to qualify..

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"samantha" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

"New like Chanel bag and he's like no, they won't take anything else and like just like shuts it down and then like yeah and like everybody keeps offer and then eventually like somebody comes to offer like one of the Perkins it's like been on like been on like you've been she had to wait forever for it, but they're so desperate for the baby way they bring it and like that's a sort of solidifies the business is like a legit thing. Yeah. So Charlotte's like starting out like her bit like she has his flash that it could be like a good business idea. Yeah, and then Kerry Kerry is only just now got the iPhone. Yeah, like this is not like back in her apartment and she's like trying to figure it out. Yes, and she's like like she tries to turn it. She like can't even turn it on like you can't turn it on Realize like this whole movie is just like Carrie creates. I think it's like she just like manages to create an Instagram account and piss everyone off with it. Yeah, and then like get schooled by that. Yeah, I mean waiting The Meters off the what in here it hasn't side. It hasn't she has to turn her phone on. Okay, right. Okay. She's like trying to turn her phone on like Googling it and off like she's like acid on and she's also like bought the 10 so it's like she like it has doesn't even have like a home like button. She just like has no idea what's going on. Yeah, and so we get to see like a lot of there's like can be a dog. Have comedy and carry like swiping and then also like getting her face recognition all set up because like, you know, she doesn't like the angle like opening her phone and seeing it like on her double chin just being like and like really grappling with technology. Absolutely, but she finally like sets up like it starts in that morning. She's like meanwhile like I woke up with one intention to like turn my phone on and then like by the evening, she's finally figured out she's figured out how to turn it on or did she ended up like an Instagram? Okay, but like is demanded of her to you think yeah, totally. I mean, think Samantha is helping her but maybe Samantha in this moment.

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"samantha" Discussed on Saving Sex and the City 3

Saving Sex and the City 3

03:27 min | 1 year 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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"samantha" Discussed on Committed

Committed

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Committed

"The only way through a new podcast in partnership with iheartradio underarm. Join us as we hear from the world's greatest athletes coaches and trainers. They discuss how they utilize training competition recovery and the latest innovations fitness to improve their performance and pushed to their personal physical and mental challenges. Here is Canadian. Heptathlete Georgia Ellen. Were you can practice every day. Because you're working on things like you might slow down or exaggerate another thing but when you're competing you're going as hard as you can for even that short amount of time it's a lot of intensity and it's a lot of physical powers lot of mental power. I think that's why it's so draining and to shift gears after every event like Oh. I just ran the hurdles. Now I have to think about Hijab. How do I get as high up in the air is? I can't after I just tried to run as fast as I can giving that much intensity in such contrasting events can can be difficult listened to the only way is through available now on the iheartradio APP. Or wherever you get your podcast. It was November of twenty sixteen. When Samantha Hold Laura about her plan. The transition to being a woman finally coming to terms with being transgender and sang out loud for the first time ever feels accession accomplishment. You feel like you've finally got to the top of the mountain right. You're finally there and then you realize that you actually need to move forward. And that's such a daunting task early on. They sat down together and came up with a proposed timeline for the transition. And then we might as well set it on fire and thrown out a window because we didn't really stick to it but it was nice for me being so overwhelmed to just see a black and white list of this is what I'm expecting to do and in which order and approximately when and it helped me kind of wrap my head around it a little bit too and I'm a planner anyway. In general I like to know what's the plan. What's the plan so that helped me know? Where things were headed. It's tough to plan transition out on paper front. It's a very fluid. Process is something that changes on a day to day basis. And I think you do have to live day to day. It's nice to have kind of generally d of when things are going to happen but you had. It happened a lot faster than originally planned. I think she said the fastest transition of anyone I've ever encountered went pretty quick now tomorrow. Just how quick it all was. Samantha's Instagram is actually called suddenly Samantha. She looked so different. Now I've spent hours looking at her before and after pictures the first step of the transition to change from male to female with hormone therapy that men are regiment of estrogen and history blocker so it wasn't more than a month after that first conversation with a therapist that actually had my prescription for the hormones. And I think that was a moment right a daunting moment in our relationship. The reality is for every milestone. I hid in my own transition. That was a moment to where I was taking away. Part of WHO I was from from Laura but as far as the start of hormones for me there was a lot of emotion tied up in taking that first pill and fear of the unknown. And what's going to happen? And like she added to just the loss of the person that I originally fell in love with but it turned out that when she took the first pill it was just a pill and it takes months for any noticeable changes anyway so it was really more just symbolic than anything actually happening on that day. And I've been one hundred percent on board with all of it because I knew that she needed it. In order to live and live freely and be happy and although every step has been heard for me and has been in a lot of ways a loss for me or even to an extent a bit of a grieving process. I'm still on board with it because I would never stand in the way of the person I love more than anything in the world. Having the opportunity to be happy. In addition to the hormones Samantha has had five surgeries in two years to transition from being a man to a woman during those surgeries. I was out of commission four anywhere between a week to almost two months and that put a huge burden Laura to keep the house running and keep the kids going with school and everything else while I was recovering. And I ask do that multiple times and those definitely tested our ability to keep this marriage in a good place along with that to each of those surgeries was a bit of a trauma for me. Just seeing her in so much pain. The loss of whatever thing was being surgically changed into something new? The fear of the unknown Samantha. Laura's kids are all on the autism spectrum. One way they help communicate new in different things that are happening in their lives. Are these things called social stories social stories breakdown? A new idea into simple parts often cooperating pictures to help the kids understand something new and so we wrote two different stories. I think it was too too because the baby I mean he was six months old. He'll never remember anything different. And then the other ones were six two so we wrote one story for the six year old. He's very bright very verbal and he's already able to read at that point so his story was just text and in that story. We explained to him that she had always felt like a girl on the inside and she was going to be using a new name and new pronouns and we got his input on the name which was kind of a whole other story but we did get his input on it so he felt like he was helping decide and we specifically said Mama still going. GonNa do all your favorite things with you like chase. You tickle you and build Legos with you about two or three days later we were putting into bed. And he's just distraught. He's in tears. We're asking them what's going on. Why are you upset? And he said Momma hasn't chased me yet and because he thinks very black and white it was in the story and we said she was going to do it and she had done it yet so something must be wrong. And so of course. She tossed him out of bed and chased him around for ten minutes and tickle attacked him and then he felt better about it and not to say that as he gets older he won't have questions and struggle with different aspects of this transition but as much as any six year old can wrap their head around it. He did and within two to three weeks. He was using the right name. The right pronouns one hundred percent he jumps to her defense. If anyone uses the wrong one has a slip up bill immediately. Correct them so he's been really great For the younger to like I said at the time they were foreign to the four year. Old is still non verbal the two year old at this point. He's limited verbal and so that story had to be a little bit different so it incorporated a lot of pictures the same concepts but just terms and a little bit less verbiage now that the kids were onboard. Things seemed to be going smoothly. But sometimes it's small things that can become sticking points one of the things. That was really hard for Laura that she didn't expect was sharing. The title of Mom is my initial reaction with all this was. I'm mom mommy off of mom and mother best me. I'm not sharing. That's my title. I carry these babies. I gave birth to them. I nursed them. That's my title and her. Initial reaction was completely supportive. I could see how much it hurt. Laura to have to consider sharing the title it. She rightfully earned and so we kind of went back and forth for a month or two with some alternatives. Some people in our situations they go by name Mattie which is a combination of mom and daddy some people just use their first name. Some people choose mother from a different language initially settled on an alternative name. But I could tell she wasn't really jazzed about it and so I thank colder out on it. One night said so. What's the deal? What are you really thinking? And she told me that she wanted to be variation on mom in my initial reaction was to be very upset and very hurt. Because I said this was my territory and I'm not sharing then. She started to explain that in a situation like ours. If one person is called mom and the other person's called Samantha or is called some variation or nickname. They would not necessarily be seen as a part of the family unit they would be seen potentially as a stepparent. She's definitely their parents. She's been there from day one and so once. I kind of had that perspective. I said okay. I guess that makes sense. Yeah I mean there are some people that transition and they're they're perfectly fine using the title. Daddy I could use that title. That was a title. I just did not feel comfortable with so I. I really need to be a mom and he is my kids. I don't mean to sound greedy or selfish. But if it wasn't going to be mom or some variation of that I would rather have just been Samantha that the kids it's impersonal. It's it would hurt to have to give up that title but it would have been better than having to keep the old one or try to invent a new word to describe what I was. I still sat on it for probably another month or so before. I finally said okay. I'll keep mommy and you can be Mama and we'll let our oldest decide how he wants us to spell it. So that was his decision making portion of it so he picked 'em Ama but that was that was probably one of the bigger points of contention for me was what the kids were going to call her. As far as I remember using this analogy a lot when we first started you know. Let's let's move forward. Let's always break beard issues down into smaller pieces get through those smaller pieces. Once we solve something once we come to an answer and we're grieve on both sides. Move Out of the way. Move onto the next thing. Just keep knocking things out of China to fall back. Try Not to get stuck in the weeds and with the mom and the title conversation. It's something that really ought to be broken down into very small chunks and really thought about multiple times in some ways. A lot of the hard parts are over. Laura and Samantha. Finally beyond the medical portion of the Transition Samantha has come out to everyone in their lives but in a lot of other ways. They're just starting to rebuild their marriage. There's no more surgeries on schedule. And things have finally been allowed to get back to normal but we spent so long in that mode of surgery. Recovery Surgery Recovery. That I think we lost a little bit of our own cadence and life. And we've been working on that we've been working to make sure to make time for ourselves and again with four kids very busy house with four special needs. Kids even busier. It's harder for us to get away so we've been working really hard to make sure that we do get time to ourselves and we are allowed to talk to each other and have those date nights and Gogi wives somewhere outside of our living room kitchen for a couple of hours every week. Exactly a year after Samantha walked out of the Grand Canyon. Ready to completely change.

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"samantha" Discussed on Committed

Committed

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Committed

"This is Lawrence Samantha's Love Story. It's been a little over two years. Since Laura's husband began to transition an old woman named Samantha Samantha now goes by the Pronoun. She and her in their memories together. Memories that go back. Fifteen years both Laura and Samantha refer to Samantha by those pronouns. Even before her transition Samantha has always been a woman even when he was in the body of a man so like I said they met in marching band practice. Ira meeting yeah okay. Well I guess you should start. It was two thousand. Three at the University of Arizona was the end of the summer and band. Rehearsals just started. This is Samantha and there was a new trumpet player. I didn't know it was referred here marching and she I can still see her. Actually she was sitting over there on her trophy case. You remember the that Blue Sports Bra. Yes idea blues. I A workout shorts and a big floppy hat and we're going over and introducing myself tour. One day they ended up alone. Laura's car together when we got into my car there was music playing and she instantly said. Is that Macarthur Park. And I was very embarrassed. I turn the volume down quickly and I said no it's Jurassic Park by weird al and she's like. Oh I love weird al. I'm so then. She serenaded me with Weird Al songs and it was an instant hit. I try to find ways to hang out with you so after those rehearsals tried to grab for dinner and spend as much time with was possible. My parents came out to visit and she wrote along with me to pick them up. I think that when we hugged good night. That was a little bit. Lingering hug lingering. Glance is like Oh maybe there's something happening here was. They did it for a little over a year before things got really serious about six months before she actually proposed was when we went shopping and I knew that she'd bought the ring that I didn't know where she was hiding it in our apartment. But I didn't go snooping 'cause I didn't WanNa find it then. One day. They went for a hike at Patagonia Lake State Park. Laura didn't WanNa get our hopes up or anything. I thought for sure that it wasn't happening. Because you're just wearing a t shirt and jeans. I'm like there's nowhere should be hiding a ring box. I be able to see it. And so then all of a sudden she pulls out of her pocket a ring wrapped up in cotton and tissues and tape and goals it out and proposes right there on the trail and one of our favorite spots by a really beautiful tree and of course I said yes they were still in college. That's young but they promised their parents that graduate get jobs. Do all the big important things that parents want you to do. Then they planned to tie the knot in Tucson in two thousand six was a beautiful ceremony was I can't remember much about what was being said by other people but I remember looking at you same and being happy.

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"samantha" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

13:14 min | 1 year ago

"samantha" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"I think if I learned a lesson I probably learned learn one lesson to well which was to be more skittish around the press so even when I was UN ambassador. I wasn't nearly as accessible as I might have been and I think. In retrospect if you look at one of the issues in our current politics like I don't think we sold American foreign policy and how it mattered for the American people will as well as we might have but the bigger lesson was more personal which was man like life should happen and and you need people and and to be vulnerable and to be taken care of open yourself up. Because you never know what's GonNa hit you Samantha. Power was born in Ireland and emigrated to the United States As a child she started her professional life as a journalist reporting from the Bosnian civil war of the mid nineteen ninety s her reflections on what she perceived does a breakdown of Western policy in the face of genocide informed her first book a problem from Hell it won her appeal at surprise and attracted the attention of many the American politicians among them Illinois. Senator Barack Obama who hired her as a foreign policy adviser and later as president appointed to the United State's ambassador to the United Nations. The story told in Samantha. Powers' terrific new memoir. The education of an idealist is over journey from arguing doing that. Something must be done to trying to actually do it. I'm Andrew Phillip Samantha. Power joins me at MIDORI. House here in London for the big interview the Samantha.

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"samantha" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"samantha" Discussed on Ologies

"Are providing life saving information to the people who need it. They're sending out warnings there. <hes> <hes> disseminating information about evacuations are telling people where they can go to get help. Samantha says that the news media is also amplifying organizations collecting donations ends and they're shining a light on how the response is going and if governmental organizations are doing with the can however so the media loves to cover a disaster astor during the response and then they go away and so local news outlets will obviously keep covering the recovery but our local local news media has taken a hit and so <hes> we really need those national news outlets to be covering those recoveries into the long term and it's it's difficult for them to do and it's difficult to capture people's interest in attention but it is so important because as a recovery goes on for years and years in years that community needs money. They need that political pressure to again. Hold government accountable for you know giving the money that they've said that they're we're going to give and to do the projects that they've said they're going to do and when you're teaching. What are your courses focused on. How where. Where do you even begin to look at this. I'm so for our undergrads <hes> they start out with like an intro to disaster class. <hes> where are we just kind of. Give an overview of everything and then they take one class for each of the four phases recovery response preparedness and mitigation may take like a social vulnerability class take planning class. They take international emergency management so all different.

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"samantha" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"samantha" Discussed on Ologies

"Are providing life saving information to the people who need it. They're sending out warnings there. <hes> <hes> disseminating information about evacuations are telling people where they can go to get help. Samantha says that the news media is also amplifying organizations collecting donations ends and they're shining a light on how the response is going and if governmental organizations are doing with the can however so the media loves to cover a disaster astor during the response and then they go away and so local news outlets will obviously keep covering the recovery but our local local news media has taken a hit and so <hes> we really need those national news outlets to be covering those recoveries into the long term and it's it's difficult for them to do and it's difficult to capture people's interest in attention but it is so important because as a recovery goes on for years and years in years that community needs money. They need that political pressure to again. Hold government accountable for you know giving the money that they've said that they're we're going to give and to do the projects that they've said they're going to do and when you're teaching. What are your courses focused on. How where. Where do you even begin to look at this. I'm so for our undergrads <hes> they start out with like an intro to disaster class. <hes> where are we just kind of. Give an overview of everything and then they take one class for each of the four phases recovery response preparedness and mitigation may take like a social vulnerability class take planning class. They take international emergency management so all different.

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