35 Burst results for "Sarah I"

Fossils of New Giant Rhino Species Found in China

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 2 d ago

Fossils of New Giant Rhino Species Found in China

"Would have weighed 21 tons has been discovered in northwestern China. Several species of prehistoric giant rhino, which roamed across Central Asia, were already known to science. But this new species at para Sarah thorium links here and so they had a distinctive slender skull as well as a prehensile nose trunk similar to that of the modern taper. And that's the latest

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Revisiting the Details of the Tulsa Race Massacre With Elizabeth Taylor

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

02:06 min | 3 d ago

Revisiting the Details of the Tulsa Race Massacre With Elizabeth Taylor

"This starts monday. May thirtieth nineteen twenty one. It's memorial day in tulsa oklahoma and the rest of america so a nineteen year old boy named dick rowland. Who is a shoeshine that works nearby. He goes into the drexel building. Three nineteen south main street and he gets into the elevator because he needs to right up to the top floor. Because that's the only place where there's a blacks only restroom in the entire area on. And he has a black man and so he has to go. There is the only place you can go right. So this elevators operated by a seventeen year old white girl named sarah page so they at the very least seen each other before because she's the only elevator operator in the elevator on the drexel building and he's clearly had to had to use that restroom at the top of that building before so soon after dick rowland enters the elevator a clerk at drexel's first floor clothing store ren burg's here's a woman scream from the elevator so that clark rushes out to see a black man running from the building and then he goes into the elevator area to find sarah page still in the elevator and what he described as a quote distraught state. So the clerk assumed. Sarah's been assaulted and he calls the police. The police arrived. They speak with sarah. There is no written statement on the record. it's never taken none as ever taken. The police began an investigation and the exact details of what actually happened in. The elevator are still unknown but most people believe that dick either trip wall. He was walking into the elevator and fell and grabbed sarah's arm to steady him saw or he stepped on her foot as he walked into the elevator and then grabbed her so she wouldn't fall over but there is basically physical contact and the it's likely she screamed because she was startled by it. I saw dick immediately ran knowing that the worst would be assumed about his actions and his intentions no matter how innocent the incident actually so dicko's to his mom's house in the greenwood district

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B.C. Has a Blueprint to Save Its Oldest Forests

The Big Story

02:07 min | 3 d ago

B.C. Has a Blueprint to Save Its Oldest Forests

"Jordan heath. This is the big story. Sarah fox is the bbc investigative reporter for our friends at the narwhal. Sarah hi how are you doing. I'm doing really well. how about you. i'm well thanks ya do. You want to explain as we get started for people who don't live anywhere near bc. And i've never seen it. What is old growth forest. Exactly and What does it look like sure. So old growth forest. There's kind of the the official definition. And then there's a y you think of when you hear the words old growth for us so the official definition is that on the coast where where the growing season is longer in tends to be wetter. That trees that are older than two hundred and fifty years are considered to be old growth in other parts of the province. It's trees that are one hundred and forty years old. But i think when when people think of old growth imagine those kind of icon ick photographs of these enormous cedar. Douglas fir trees that are as tall. Skyscrapers in is wide as a boss. The the old growth forest because the trees are so large the kind of the light filters through them in a different way they're draped in mosses and lichens and just kind of fallen logs. Over centuries have become nurse logs for for other trees but the the will growth force are much more than the trees. Of course there. Hot spots for bio-diversity their home to all kinds of species including a species at risk of extinction that to depend on these forests on the interior of b. species like a caribou on the south west mainland part of bc. We've got the spotted owl here on the island and other areas. We've got the marbled murrelet bird and of course these old forests are huge stores of carbon and they filter water. They have many many environmental

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The Psychological Toll of Long-Term Unemployment

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:59 min | 3 d ago

The Psychological Toll of Long-Term Unemployment

"Spent every single month since the start of this pandemic picking apart jobs numbers and unemployment claims. But there's a lot happening in the labor force that doesn't get captured in that data. Right like the toll that long term unemployment during a once in a lifetime pandemic can take and how that long term unemployment is creating less predictable back to work economy. Marketplace's kristen schwab has that one be. Lieberman's daughter has an auto immune disease so in the virginia. High school where she teaches computers and coding mandated. That teachers come back to work last august. she quit. I really thought i could find something. Even if it was part time employment. She applied to software companies that work with schools but she has no sales experience. She applied to teach spanish which she's taught before no bites job. That have nothing to do with computers or teaching like an hourly position at the dmv helped. You just have so much time with just your thoughts and it eats you up. Losing a job is already isolating says art goldsmith economist at washington and lee university and now there's the isolation of the pandemic itself that has created a lot of poor mental health more so in this recession and in previous recessions long-term unemployment changes how people feel about their worth is workers sarah damascus associate at penn state before the pandemic she followed people who lost their jobs by the twelve month mark they were describing themselves as having fewer and fewer john's that they felt that they were qualified for this can create a pattern. Someone gets job. Low their skill level or one. That has nothing to do with their skills. They're unhappy and leave or let go because they were never a good fit and then they're back out there searching. It's devastating for their career in the long run each time they scramble and find something in fail. They fall further and further

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The Science of Learning a Second Language

Short Wave

01:57 min | 4 d ago

The Science of Learning a Second Language

"All right emily kwong today. We are talking about the science of learning second language because you are learning mandarin chinese which like as far as a pandemic hobby goes more power to more bart. Right for real. Though it is a hard language to learn. Language itself actually is an incredible ability. If you think about it that we humans have it involves many parts of the brain and the study of language spans across many different disciplines. So bilingual's studied in at least three different fields linguistics psychology and cognitive neuroscience. Sarah phillips is a phd student in the linguistics department at new york university. And exactly the person. I wanted to call up to talk about language learning who. Yeah i remember sarah from our episode on six hundred like how the brain responds to sentences with confusing grammar or syntax. Yeah brains and language are hurt. Jam met in korea while her father was serving in the marine corps and they raised her bilingual here in the us. Learning korean was very important to be able to communicate with my mom's side. They family and the same way that growing up speaking african american english was very important in being able to communicate and be a part of my dad's family. She's got a really interesting backstory. And i told her about my project about taking mandarin class for two hours every monday flash cards on the other nights watching movies. I can't understand and listen to us. Someone who is engaging in learning a second language thereby uses another language on a pretty regular basis that means you're a developing bilingual so in essence you are via lingual by by you know we probably exactly if maybe maybe maybe as an alternative to be bilingual. Maybe we should think of. This is developing bilingual.

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Where Should You Apply Sunscreen? Sun Protection Advice for Sweaty Runners

Another Mother Runner

02:11 min | 5 d ago

Where Should You Apply Sunscreen? Sun Protection Advice for Sweaty Runners

"All right. We'll let's start out with the questions. This one is from different sarah. Who is on the hunt for sunscreen recommendations on my name is sarah. I'm runner from ohio. I have three young kids. And i have a question about sons I'm trying to be better about running wearing sunscreen. When i'm out running the no matter which one i try you're gonna stay on. I ended up with it burning. I i need some suggestions on better sunscreen on a very sweaty runner so i don't know if that if that is the problem or what that are. I need better about it when i'm out my friend. Thank you so much love. The podcast sued dimity. I thought of you and one of your best lines. Ever when i heard this question so come on. You gotta say where. Should runners apply sunscreen. Oh from the balls down the bottles down. That was one of our classic lines from. I can't remember which tour. Yes i've always down. Do not put it on your forehead. Do not put it on your forehead. I mean ideally wearing a hat or a son adviser something that will protect your forehead. And i think a to better idea because that part linemen that can also really get depending upon how how. How thin years how thin. Your hair is and where. It's party that that's been a place where people will get unexpectedly burnt. Yes so so. I think it has a good call But yes if you do that then. That's one thing the other thing is after you put it on your hands right. You can use your palm of your hand. You might want to wash them before you head out because often what you do is you rub your eyes right and that will get there so we often said like pull up the bottom of your shirt. He's the bottom of your running tanker. Whatever it happens to be used that to wipe your face instead of your hands or you could wear a cool little Wristband lake napoleon dynamite and use that guy in my strength class yesterday was wearing a head like bjorn borg. John mcenroe style headband. I'm like okay. Didn't know those back in but okay

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Blockchain: What Is It Good For?

Technology Untangled

02:00 min | 5 d ago

Blockchain: What Is It Good For?

"Thanks the perfect storm of slain. You saw big marketing budgets and elon musk's tweets blockchain has been hyped beyond belief. And it's also been made more complicated than it leads to be. More i could up angolan go. My name's ingram go. I'm senior vice. President and chief technology officer for a special intelligence at hewlett packard enterprise. So first question. What exactly is a blockchain. Let's start with a public blockchain first. Let's use an example of a analogy of a of a ring binder. You've got this notebook with many blank pages bound by a ring ring binder on page one the record number of transactions. You know. maybe. Jim pays john two bitcoins and sarah pays jim ten bitcoins and so on and so on then on the next page You have the same again. Set of transactions being written down on it and the knicks page and then expansion so on so if if you imagine each page is a block and all the pages of bound by the ring bind up being the chain. You actually have a a blockchain there right. So that's what blockchain is except for the fact that in a public blockchain this ledger or this record. Write this chain of pages. Chain of blocks is digital and is distributed to everyone publicly equally publicly with no central custodian. Why you want to use a blockchain. There are two major reasons. Why you want us a blockchain right first and foremost this when you wanna keep record of an entire sequence of transactions especially if you want to go all the way to genesis the beginning and secondly you won that record to be transparent that is you want the decentralize it by distributing copies of the same sequence records to everyone equally with no central custodian

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Bragi CEO Nikolaj Hviid on the Next Frontier in Personalization

VOICE Global 2021

01:47 min | 5 d ago

Bragi CEO Nikolaj Hviid on the Next Frontier in Personalization

"Looking back at the time fifteen twenty years ago when we had newspapers of radio and and the way that we consumed if nation was absolutely not personal like dissociation. Boss have fast. I'm flipping through the newspaper at the age of of nokia of having a single app. That does everything like snake. Was the only game you ever needed. So it's a logical process in the missiles space. You have created personal station. You go to google you search for something you'd be presented with outcome you're being presented with us -ment with things might like and the same process what happened for audio obviously so rather than just having snake of course people to have more games more services more steaming soon as more information and they also want to have information. It's always talk radio. They want the information that they really want to hear. I want to hear about by munich. But i'm not the only one wants to hear about by munich. But it's very limited in the predation wants to about by munich. Someone wants the about chelsea. Someone wants to out american football. And which i don't particularly fancy because i just don't get it and i think that's very mutual football sarah south ables bass anyways but but having a personalized information just means that that it becomes more useful to me and and the same same step from newspaper to personalized information on smartphone will happen from talk radio to order bruce implying. Tom

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"This is the daily tech news. For friday june eleventh. Twenty twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio redwood. i'm sarah lane and your boy from s podcasts. The kris ashley what it did. Draw the top stories from cleveland. Ireland ireland peralta. And i'm roger chang the shoes producer. We were just having a good old conversation about movies and trailers spoilers. If you want that wider conversation get our other show. Good day internet. It includes this show in it. Just become a member of patriot dot com slash dpd s. Let's start with a few tech things you should know. Invidia announced it's querying. The high definition mapping startup deep map and video intends to use deep. Maps mapping ip in its autonomy vehicle. Business called nvidia drive which will let the company scale worldwide map operations. Quick windows things here. The six point one one five. Update to apple's bootcamp now includes support for windows precision touch pad drivers that includes single tap to click lower right corner to right. Click down motion. Scroll up and three or four finger gesture. so if you're a bootcamp user that's nice also means they're still updating bootcamp microsoft introduced windows precision touch bed in two thousand thirteen so this has been a long time coming in another windows. Development microsoft is updated. Its life cycle page for windows ten home and pro to indicate it will continue to support at least one windows ten semi annual channel until october fourteenth twenty twenty-five that's interesting because previously retirement dates were only given to the twice yearly releases of windows. Ten the updates so having this overall date has fueled speculation that microsoft might announce a replacement for windows ten in its june twenty-fourth announcement which it has said will include windows quote. Most significant updates of the past decade decade decade mcdonald said friday. It's hired security consultants to investigate unauthorized access into its networks intruders access data from markets including south korea taiwan and the us which included some employees and franchisee contact information details about restaurants in the us along with delivery customer info. Like name phone address. In south korea and taiwan some information on employees in south africa and also in russia may also have been accessed but no payment info appears to have been compromised up the chinese ride hailing giant shing filed for an initial public offering with plans to list on the new york stock exchange or nasdaq in its financial statements. Dd disclosed a one point. Seven billion dollar loss on twenty one point six billion dollars in revenue for twenty twenty with softbank owning a twenty one point five percent stake in the company followed by uber which owns twelve point. Eight percent the new york state senate voted to pass on digital fair. Repair act which quote requires williams to make available for purposes of diagnosis maintenance or repair to any independent repair provider

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"Find its identity. This is the daily tech news. For friday june eleventh. Twenty twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio redwood. i'm sarah lane and your boy from s podcasts. The kris ashley what it did. Draw the top stories from cleveland. Ireland ireland peralta. And i'm roger chang the shoes producer. We were just having a good old conversation about movies and trailers spoilers. If you want that wider conversation get our other show. Good day internet. It includes this show in it. Just become a member of patriot dot com slash dpd s. Let's start with a few tech things you should know. Invidia announced it's querying. The high definition mapping startup deep map and video intends to use deep. Maps mapping ip in its autonomy vehicle. Business called nvidia drive which will let the company scale worldwide map operations. Quick windows things here. The six point one one five. Update to apple's bootcamp now includes support for windows precision touch pad drivers that includes single tap to click lower right corner to right. Click down motion. Scroll up and three or four finger gesture. so if you're a bootcamp user that's nice also means they're still updating bootcamp microsoft introduced windows precision touch bed in two thousand thirteen so this has been a long time coming in another windows. Development microsoft is updated. Its life cycle page for windows ten home and pro to indicate it will continue to support at least one windows ten semi annual channel until october fourteenth twenty twenty-five that's interesting because previously retirement dates were only given to the twice yearly releases of windows. Ten the updates so having this overall date has fueled speculation that microsoft might announce a replacement for windows ten in its june twenty-fourth announcement which it has said will include windows quote. Most significant updates of the past decade decade decade mcdonald said friday. It's hired security consultants to investigate unauthorized access into its networks intruders access data from markets including south korea taiwan and the us which included some employees and franchisee contact information details about restaurants in the us along with delivery customer info. Like name phone address. In south korea and taiwan some information on employees in south africa and also in russia may also have been accessed but no payment info appears to have been compromised up the chinese ride hailing giant shing filed for an initial public offering with plans to list on the new york stock exchange or nasdaq in its financial statements. Dd disclosed a one point. Seven billion dollar loss on twenty one point six billion dollars in revenue for twenty twenty with softbank owning a twenty one point five percent stake in the company followed by uber which owns twelve point. Eight percent the new york state senate voted to pass on digital fair. Repair act which quote requires williams to make available for purposes of diagnosis

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"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients likely and berry ham peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gender. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly for coming up on how the fbi got some of colonial pipelines. Money-back google pauses. It's war on full. Url's and how tech is helping generations e find its identity. This is the daily tech news. For friday june eleventh. Twenty twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio redwood. i'm sarah lane and your boy from s podcasts. The kris ashley what it did. Draw the top stories from cleveland. Ireland ireland peralta. And i'm roger chang the shoes producer. We were just having a good old conversation about movies and trailers spoilers. If you want that wider conversation get our other show. Good day internet. It includes this show in it. Just become a member of patriot dot com slash dpd s. Let's start with a few tech things you should know. Invidia announced it's querying. The high definition mapping startup deep map and video intends to use deep. Maps mapping ip in its autonomy vehicle. Business called nvidia drive which will let the company scale worldwide map operations. Quick windows things here. The six point one one five. Update to apple's bootcamp now includes support for windows precision touch pad drivers that includes single tap to click lower right corner to right. Click down motion. Scroll up and three or four finger gesture. so if you're a bootcamp user that's nice also means they're still updating bootcamp microsoft introduced windows precision touch bed in two thousand thirteen so this has been a long time coming in another windows. Development microsoft is updated. Its life cycle page for windows ten home and pro to indicate it will continue to support at least one windows ten semi annual channel until october fourteenth twenty twenty-five that's interesting because previously retirement dates were only given to the twice yearly releases of windows. Ten the updates so having this overall date has fueled speculation that microsoft might announce a replacement for windows ten in its june twenty-fourth announcement which it

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"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients likely and berry ham peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gender. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly for coming up on how the fbi got some of colonial pipelines. Money-back google pauses. It's war on full. Url's and how tech is helping generations e find its identity. This is the daily tech news. For friday june eleventh. Twenty twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio redwood. i'm sarah lane and your boy from s podcasts. The kris ashley what it did. Draw the top stories from cleveland. Ireland ireland peralta. And i'm roger chang the shoes producer. We were just having a good old conversation about movies and trailers spoilers. If you want that wider conversation get our other show. Good day internet. It includes this show in it. Just become a member of patriot dot com slash dpd s. Let's start with a few tech things you should know. Invidia announced it's querying. The high definition mapping startup deep map and video intends to use deep. Maps mapping ip in its autonomy vehicle. Business called nvidia drive which will let the company scale worldwide map operations. Quick windows things here. The six point one one five. Update to apple's bootcamp now includes support for windows precision touch pad drivers that includes single tap to click lower right corner to right. Click down motion. Scroll up and three or four finger gesture. so if you're a bootcamp user that's nice also means they're still updating bootcamp microsoft introduced windows precision touch bed in two thousand thirteen so this has been a long time coming in another windows. Development microsoft is updated. Its life cycle page for windows ten home and pro to indicate it will continue to support at least one windows ten semi annual channel until october fourteenth twenty twenty-five that's interesting because previously retirement dates were only given to the twice yearly releases of windows. Ten the updates so having this overall date has fueled speculation that microsoft might announce a replacement for windows ten in its june twenty-fourth announcement which it

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"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients likely and berry ham peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gender. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly for coming up on how the fbi got some of colonial pipelines. Money-back google pauses. It's war on full. Url's and how tech is helping generations e find its identity. This is the daily tech news. For friday june eleventh. Twenty twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio redwood. i'm sarah lane and your boy from s podcasts. The kris ashley what it did. Draw the top stories from cleveland. Ireland ireland peralta. And i'm roger chang the shoes producer. We were just having a good old conversation about movies and trailers spoilers. If you want that wider conversation get our other show. Good day internet. It includes this show in it. Just become a member of patriot dot com slash dpd s. Let's start with a few tech things you should know. Invidia announced it's querying. The high definition mapping startup deep map and video intends to use deep. Maps mapping ip in its autonomy vehicle. Business called nvidia drive which will let the company scale worldwide map operations. Quick windows things here. The six point one one five. Update to apple's bootcamp now includes support for windows precision touch pad drivers that includes single tap to click lower right corner to right. Click down motion. Scroll up and three or four finger gesture. so if you're a bootcamp user that's nice also means they're still updating bootcamp microsoft introduced windows precision touch bed in two thousand thirteen so this has been a long time coming in another windows. Development microsoft is updated. Its life cycle page for windows ten home and pro to indicate it will continue to support at least one windows ten semi annual channel until october fourteenth twenty twenty-five that's interesting because previously retirement dates were only given to the twice yearly releases of windows. Ten the updates so having this overall date has fueled speculation that microsoft might announce a replacement for windows ten in its june twenty-fourth announcement which it

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"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients. Likely and berry hand peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gene. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly fund are coming up on dt and s blocks screwing over recording artists. Can the us government help ease the supply chain strain and is microsoft entering a post console existence is. Here's the daily tech news for thursday june tenth. Twenty twenty one from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane from lovely cleveland ohio. I'm rich draw felino rem austin texas. I'm justin robert young and i'm the show's producer. Roger chain for the show. On dan we were talking about the perks. You get when you get a new haircut depending on where you live and all sorts of other things if you want that wider conversation in our expanded show good day internet also known as gdi do so by becoming a member at on dot com slash t and s. Let's start with a few things you should know. Starling spacex is sadly internet network is reportedly in talks with several airlines to provide their inflight. Wi fi service at panel at the connected aviation. Intelligence summit on wednesday spacex his vp of starlink commercial sales. Jonathan hoffler stated. We've already done some demonstrations today and looking to get that product finalized to be put on aircraft in the very near future motherboard. Sources shared forum posts made by hackers claiming to have stolen source code for electronic arts fee. Twenty feet twenty. Twenty-one code for e as matchmaking server also source code and tools for the frostbite engine and various frameworks and sdk's totally in seven hundred eighty gigabytes of data ea since confirmed to motherboard. It suffered data breach the hackers clams are correct but that no player data was accessed. And he doesn't think there's any risk to player privacy. Sony has revealed its air peak s one drone specs geared toward professional viagra. Fers for amir nine thousand dollars. The air peak s one works with sony's a seven s mark three fx. Three and eight k capable alpha. One mirrorless cameras that attach with a

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"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients. Likely and berry hand peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gene. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly fund are coming up on dt and s blocks screwing over recording artists. Can the us government help ease the supply chain strain and is microsoft entering a post console existence is. Here's the daily tech news for thursday june tenth. Twenty twenty one from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane from lovely cleveland ohio. I'm rich draw felino rem austin texas. I'm justin robert young and i'm the show's producer. Roger chain for the show. On dan we were talking about the perks. You get when you get a new haircut depending on where you live and all sorts of other things if you want that wider conversation in our expanded show good day internet also known as gdi do so by becoming a member at on dot com slash t and s. Let's start with a few things you should know. Starling spacex is sadly internet network is reportedly in talks with several airlines to provide their inflight. Wi fi service at panel at the connected aviation. Intelligence summit on wednesday spacex his vp of starlink commercial sales. Jonathan hoffler stated. We've already done some demonstrations today and looking to get that product finalized to be put on aircraft in the very near future motherboard. Sources shared forum posts made by hackers claiming to have stolen source code for electronic arts fee. Twenty feet twenty. Twenty-one code for e as matchmaking server also source code and tools for the frostbite engine and various frameworks and sdk's totally in seven hundred eighty gigabytes of data ea since confirmed to motherboard. It suffered data breach the hackers clams are correct but that no player data was accessed. And he doesn't think there's any risk to player privacy. Sony has revealed its air peak s one drone specs geared toward professional viagra. Fers for amir nine thousand dollars. The air peak s one works with sony's a seven s mark three fx. Three and eight k capable alpha. One mirrorless cameras that attach with a

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What Does 'Clean Beauty' Mean to Victoria Beckham?

Fat Mascara

02:20 min | Last week

What Does 'Clean Beauty' Mean to Victoria Beckham?

"A lot of conversation. I don't think i'm telling you you of anything. New about clean what that means because it is very malleable in the industry. What does it mean to victoria beckham when myself and sarah decided to do this runaway brainstorming. Why do we wanna do this. Why don't we want to do this with one of the giants in It was because claim was very important and when we were discussing it when i was trying to educate myself you know is a real gray area. I of the new york. I was walking around the department stores and the iras approaching the people that was a different makeup just announced. Just like my. Yeah exactly yeah touchy just trying to do a little bit of base you know coming up to the different counters. You must have been some day for the the people while. It was very interesting when i was asking. You know about what ingredients are in different products. People didn't really know doom a lot of time and a lot of research to really get my head around a Around that subject. And i was putting lots of really nasty stuff on my face. I'm i didn't realize to be honest with you. And so then. I realized that we already onto something very interesting. And the challenge for the development team was held. We create the ultimate in luxury beautiful formulas products that really work on products. Perform foreman do what we need. had we had we create that without compromising but taking out these dangerous products. Yeah taking out taking up things that are not great for you and and to be clear. The fda bans only about eleven ingredients and in the eu. The inky legislation bans about eighteen. Hundred right round. So it's a very different set of standards that were dealing with so in the us. The idea of clean is quite a bit more Resonance and unnecessary than it actually is in the

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Sarah Harding on Dharma Journeys of Practice and Translation

The Wisdom Podcast

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Sarah Harding on Dharma Journeys of Practice and Translation

"Sarah i wanted to welcome and thank you for joining us on the wisdom dot chat but i wanted to start with how you first encountered bosom. How did you go down this past Was it through a book or you meet a teacher. How'd you first encounter the buddha dhamma. How far back should i go. Nats let's keep it to these lives. Okay that's fortunate since i don't remember the other ones Yeah i will. I got interested in meditation in eastern phosphine. Everything while i was still in high school actually and then i read some books like autobiography yogi and things like that and i read the life of miller that was one of my first folks which has stuck with me all this time till now even and then i What happened. I met some tibetans in arizona prescott arizona. Actually in dan. I dropped out of college in went traveling and ended up in the east and Kind of tried to forget about the buddha steph for a while but eventually came to nepal yan You know got tired of all the fun stuff in there was colpon happening with lava yes shea of coupon in dan That was it. I kind of you know was stock. In like bob dylan which have gone last taken that last detour in so then i went and met cholera in pay went from the. Someone showed me a picture in that coupon retreat in i headed to find him

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"sarah i" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

03:22 min | Last month

"sarah i" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"We've got awesome t shirts. Don't we it. Hey look you know me you know in my little indie rock hard. All i ever wanted was cool t shirts and we finally got him now. We got him got him. We got the the cool new design of the logo. And we've got a message t shirts yes indeed and now if you want to help us out without spending a dime you know what you're gonna do rate the show subscribe to the show review the show handy down across no money take you two minutes and it really does help us out. Yeah if you go to apple podcasts. And do that. It's actually a huge help to subscribe to the show right so obviously review it positively. Oh sergei like. I'm not asking for like seriously back so you could. You know be supportive. That would be great. Yes we have voids inside us. Yeah endless void that need positive reinforcement absolutely our l. Let's fill that void by getting back to the show. And we're back with sarah silverman baby here to handle your scan. No sir we get over g mail. We get them. Dm to us we get voicemails. This ever is it from instagram. Okay i'm ready. And sometimes i tried to like try to tailor questions to our guest if i if i know enough about them. So anonymous from instagram says hi. I just left a voicemail. But i got nervous and i don't think it was very clear i have been with my partner for almost seven years and probably if i have this down here by the way probably it may not have been clear which is why i'm reading this. I've been with my partner for almost seven years. We have been living together for about three years. He doesn't like that. I smoke weed partly because he thinks it's bad for my health and partly because he has substance abuse issues and his family. I really like to get stoned. Clean our apartment. And i find that routine really relaxing before quarantine. I would do this when he wasn't home. Which upset him when he found out because it was something. I was hiding from him. So the tension was compounded by the element of secrecy all the time. I miss my relaxing routine. But don't want to upset him. Is there any way to compromise on this. Or should i just respect his wishes and give we'd up for good. Thank you both for any insight. So sarah you you you like pot correct honey. Don't say that publicly yeah i. I'm scared i'm scared of all drugs. I'm scared of anything more More virulent than eight advil. I think you should. I think you should listen to that. I would never say no do drugs. Everyone so different and funny thing is i'm so open about loving weed but i really am a two puffs before bed. I'm a teetotaler in terms of you. Start and i don't drink and only because it honestly tastes like poison to me. Like five year olds pallet. My whole sarah. Sarah sarah me to this is really good for you. It is he does. He had the palette of an eight year old..

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"sarah i" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

03:24 min | Last month

"sarah i" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"I don't feel like it was like supermarket. Sweep that's really how. I felt like it was before too long but like but like seriously like we would like fly through very like we'd have like whist in our hands. I couldn't even put the whist. I couldn't even hold the list up and put in my pocket. Because i was scared that if i had touched like a jar of jam this somehow there'd be cove it all over my hand now and i would put it in my pocket if i put the list so the list was constantly in my hand i was just like flying through seeing like what pita bread grab ass off the. I wouldn't even look at the expiration date i i'm excited to be looking at dates also again. I'm not going to be touching stuff. I will be keeping my distance. But i'm excited to perhaps take a beat leisurely. Look at an item. Say what's new snack trader. Joe's have this. You know. I get to see a little bit more because it's true. We truly flew through. What remember that time. I mean months ago early in the pandemic couples therapy listener. Dm like i think. I saw you an nba trader. Joe's y'all were on fire. That was like accurate. You looked like the flash running through. Where's the flash lip star city. Yeah you know. I love cw slash because an interracial love is at the center. But you know what. I'm actually going to really look forward to not give people stink. Badger standing there. 'cause 'cause i was very very hateful and i didn't like it was while i was happy when we were like. We need to do it. Separately you are because like if someone was not observing six feet of distance if they were like getting too close to me if they were standing there and the cheese. I'll staring at amount of gouda being lectured for more than thirty seconds right. I would just give them stink. Be like fuck and keep it moving to keep going no no. You wouldn't just do that if i was next to. You say to me loudly we should just put up signs of someone on a ventilator and say you want this pictures of people oughta ventilated. It'd be like is this the experience you're looking for. Keep it moving and it was like anti it. Don't embarrass the teacher. i'm a regular ear. Free you guys. Today's episode is so lovely and so special. You guys we have a wonderful. You've already heard her dulcet. Tones guys the most gorgeous the most kind the most smart the most lovely sarah. Are you even able to handle it. Sarah is wonderful. You can listen to her. Podcast the sarah silverman podcast which is very very good android too much. Yeah i was so excited about meeting. Sara out here in los angeles was i was a fan of hers before i loved her. Stand up sarah silverman program though that makes it for you one. That's one of my favorites. There was there was an episode. Where steve ag and brian sane. Who were a couple adopt a robot baby. That's just an incredible half hour of tv or incredible one and a half minutes of specific. If the sarah silverman program. I guess who owns that now paramount plus. I hope that it's on there but watch it but like the thing that was exciting that she's incredibly kind of person to so kind and i think that is to like some full..

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"sarah i" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:52 min | 7 months ago

"sarah i" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Do you feel any kind of responsibility onset when this is her first kind of experience like this like obviously she's got the goods or she wanted been cast but you know there's a lot to learn through experience of what it's like to carry a film be on a set. Did you kind of have to like or feel like it was incumbent on you to help out in some ways felt what i felt was important was that she know how much i believed in her so that she didn't worry that i wasn't you know on board. I made sure to just remind her that she had every right to say that she would like another. Take every right to take the time she needed before particularly emotional scene. You know we especially when you're younger. You think the minute they call action. You're supposed to just be able to as if you're a robot turn on and i. I said her her. You need a second before you start. Not as you're right and is something you have to protect yourself. So i would do things like that. But you know she's a really self-possessed a young woman. And i thought you know who studying in an ivy league. I'm i'm an actress. I here's my advice for you. Meanwhile she's like you know missing neuroscience class to make the movie and so i just sort of felt like i had no business offering her any advice other than to try to remember to remind her to breathe because it was a it was a very big. You know at the time before the movie was going to be on who. This was the lionsgate movie to be released in theaters. And she's the lead of this movie and it. I don't think i would at that age. Been able to to manage it. I don't have that kind of Not built from that kind of material and much more of a nervous. Nellie and was like okay. Let's do this and it was really impressive. I to be a really impressive person and a wonderful actress without ruining where the film goes in the twists and turns for for your character etc. It's spicy to say you've played both the chase and chase her in various projects. Which is more pleasure israel for you. Sarah i think In.

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"sarah i" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"sarah i" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Roll out in a single week so this might happen again on occasion Earlier in the week we did an episode with The cast lead by margot robbie and finn cole and the director of the movie. Dreamland if you have a check that out that's in your podcast feed and today's episode. As i said is with sarah paulson now. Sarah paulson is somebody who i of. Course have been chasing for ever shocking. She's one of those if you've listened to happy second fees for years. It might seem odd that she hasn't on the podcast considering how much she works in how much great work she does and then just the vibe of her she's definitely my kind of human being and probably you're kind of human being but for whatever reason it hasn't worked out timing wise until now and i'm so happy it finally did happen. Sarah paulson is. She is one of our finest actors she can do everything on. Maybe you saw her earlier. This year when ratchet came out on net flix and that's been seen by apparently like the last number i was forty. Eight million. people have watched rachid. Which is mason good for sarah on her collaborations with ryan murphy are numerous and very successful And she resumed via again in the middle of actually production. She just started. Which i'm very excited about is. I don't know if you know this. She is playing linda tripp in the new american crime story. Again from the mind of ryan murphy. it's been feldstein is monica lewinsky. you got billy eichner 's in. It's a really great cast. That is clive owen. Playing bill clinton so yes. This is next. American crime story is going to tell the story of the infamous clinton scandal. The clinton monica lewinsky scandal so on so many performers. I enjoy in that project and she has just. Sarah has just sort of production on it and a very kind of interesting moment to catch. Sarah and because she's just a few days into it and we kinda talked about how she's like. This is maybe the hardest job of her career and she's a little unsure of it right now of how it's all going to work out so that was kind of fun to talk to her about that and also fund the talk to her about this. New film of hers called run which is on hulu november twentieth It is a really fun ride. It's a fun genre. Exercise as it were kind of a hitchcock in tale it's directed by the same guy that did the movie searching a few years back on. Don't if you guys caught that. Sorry john show. If you haven't seen that movie that's another tight. Taut thriller that i highly recommend and this one similarly has that kind of structure. And it's basically sarah paulson and a young performer Who plays her daughter in it. And it's You know a lot of twists and turns in it. I don't want to reveal too much. But it's a very contained Thriller and very effective at what it's trying to do so i highly recommend that one and yeah as i said sir. Sirs delight to her comfort movie was a great great pick. the great mike nichols adaptation of carrie. Fisher's book postcards from the edge. We talk a lot about that and you know sometimes on the podcast. I feel like when somebody picks comfort movie they're different. They're different Levels of their familiarity with the movie. Sarah paulson is at the extreme. She can quote every line. I think of postcards from the edge so respect to her for that so yes. That's the main event today. Sarah paulson on happy. Second fused things the mention. As i said there's the margot robbie podcast. That's in your podcast. Feed great new episode of stir. Crazy if i say so myself with paul bet ni. He was a white. That's on comedy central's facebook and youtube pages other things to mention that are coming out. I highly recommend mangrove which is the first episode and the small act series. That's on amazon prime. That comes out on this friday the twentieth as well sound of medal i think is about the drop. I think that's an amazon prime highly. Recommend that one that's really great performance from is as a like a heavy metal drummer that starts to lose his hearing. I saw this one in toronto along while back a year ago over a year ago and it really Jumped out as one of the best things. I saw at the toronto film festival down. So that's well worth checking out and risen on. Med is one of our very very best actors So you'll you'll be happy to know that we're going strong. Lots of podcasts. The calm i taped episodes stir-crazy. Yesterday i take two new episodes of sir crazy yesterday. I take one today. So we're we're banking them. We're making sure we have them all throughout the holiday weeks. There's one next week. Stir crazy guys is a is a person again. I don't i wanna to say it because you just want to ruin the surprise but it is a person that maybe one of the top five people that you guys talk to me about on social media that you bring up with me. So it's somebody that's unhappy second fused. That's a regular josh. Horowitz friend of the podcast and friend of all the things i do and she there you go. There's your hand it's a. She was a delight. And i was really happy that she agreed to do surgery. C. and i think you guys will really really dig it. That's that's the hint for now Not much i know but maybe you can figure it out. You know someone. I talked to dozens of times. Okay i'll leave it at that Remember to review ratings with rod. Happy sad confused. Spread the good word. And in the meantime enjoy this chat with a.

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"sarah i" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

04:24 min | 8 months ago

"sarah i" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Mean. One of the things that was shocking to means discussing a human being he was to other people never saw that I. Never saw behave that way. So the myth was cultivated pretty well if you weren't getting his direct or. In Sarah I were peripheral. In. We came to came to Albany took a training or or did whatever you know. To an event or something like that amid seemed intact right as long as the myth seemed intact. It seems like we're doing something. Good. So, when we go out. In in here, these things about Keith whatever come back and ask people. They relied to reflect out lights people by that we trusted that we're in our lives. Didn't didn't think. They would do that. We underestimated the in other one thing that was baffling to me as sort of like and again, I'm not there. But like you know those nine women on the board, it's nine women and Keith right and those nine women left and you'd think that right when you hear that nine women left the whole thing that you everybody would like on the fuck outta here something suck. How did he manipulate that? So some of the nine women it was really about three. Their high rent. I think those are the three that he had to discredit because they were going to take some people with them. So it looks like those three took their friends with them but the three that really got discredited really Barbara Shane Susan domes to people that were in the last episode. They had been working on making them crazy to the Organization for quite some time because I think Keith will keep sleeping with one of so he knew how to do that. Right and what made our exit different from there as ours was abrupt, we didn't try to. We didn't try to win have I wasn't gonNA have an intellectual debate about the merits of branding someone's body to teach them growth and character that wasn't something I was even remotely interested was there wasn't there wasn't a pause in that I was out right there. She had come back with as much as A. Scrape on her. Out Been With the same reaction I guess not what we're doing here. So dance your question about them. They had been made crazy to the organization in quite literally when you do that to someone what was done to Barbara Show, which none of us had any idea. She kind of did go a little bit crazy..

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"sarah i" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

06:52 min | 8 months ago

"sarah i" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"Hear Scott Ingram I'm sorry to disappoint you my name's Jeff and you're stuck with me for the next few episodes while I am recording interviews from the virtual hallway say at the sales success summit. At this podcast thing, I am better at asking questions though and I've got Sarah Brazier and Dale do pre or if you combine them together and triple your tongue, you can call them sale. That's fine. Actually works with the. If I think about it so. Sarah kicked off the whole meeting today or the virtual conference today with a great presentation in your take home. The one of the take home messages when you get a lot of really good tactical linked and stuff. But when your take home message was don't spam and then Dale, you came back and said, why is our outreach gross in your talk? So I think it's a great place to get started. I'm just going to throw that to you both I mean, what? Why do we as sales people? Insist on championing mediocrity. What why is spamming self-evident? Why isn't it more personalized people like you like me we've been saying this for a long time people listen. So I think that it stems from bad training when you Join sales typically you don't have a degree in sales. You're not necessarily familiar with the motions that make sense and it is an awkward thing to do to approach strangers in essentially asked him for business or least that's what it feels like. If you have good training, you realize, Oh, I'm just asking them for a conversation I'm asking for time and the more time spent sales you realize Oh, this is really this is to sell is human, right? But I think when I first started especially in the SDR roll, which is sort of the people that I was targeting that don't spam messaging because it get so much thing I get from eight to and I get it from CEO's of small companies. But you know you think like well. I know that if I reach out to one hundred people only X. amount will convert Wa-. Blah. Because those are what the numbers have been telling me and. It's just so hard to write personalize messages over and over and over again and I think if you kind of flip it on its head and you just really specific but who you WanNa talk to him why you WanNa talk to them if you chat two hundred people, ninety of them will convert because you're so specific it just takes longer. But I think I just I always feel like it comes from like a training knowledge understanding of what it is this weird business that we're in. It's true and I've seen the opposite of that where people just want to reach out and they're trying so hard to connect and build rapport and build friends that they forget to get to the selling part. It and there's a balance there but I think you know endowment cures, your thoughts you're pretty intentional guy I think there's an intention behind every interaction. There should be a reason that you ask every question and not in an overly scripted kind of manipulative way. But what are you really trying to learn and I don't think there are enough sales people out there trying to learn very much dale what do you think? That would be a waste of their time. If you ask their boss or their manager right mito because that wouldn't allow them to get their nine hundred, thousand, four, hundred, fifty, seven emails out two hundred and fifty thousand today right and that's the problems that everything is like over. We glorify the metric. We don't talk about the results enough at all. That's why sales outreach. So gross that's why like Sarah's talking about like spamming is timeless at a business owner that sixty five years old can spam you just as much as an SDR that just got started out of college can spam you. It is timeless thing because people have continued to negate the idea of we're all living on this earth together for a set amount of time instead of a set amount of circumstances, and you are literally disconnecting yourself those truths. By acting the way that you are in your outreach methodology nothing normal about it whatsoever. If you go to a party and you sit down with somebody, you don't know at some point you ask them very easy going question. Okay. Hey. So what do you do for a living and there's a really good conversation that typically comes out of that and you usually leave that same party going I can totally sell this guy copiers I met him at a party last super. Nice got a couple of beers chat ed in the challenged me. A couple of thought processes and it was great it somebody call me calm tomorrow. But then when you when you get on the phone and do that same dial, ask person as someone that same question because of the stereotypes of sales and the way that we have completely just saturated the culture of sales people don't hear at the same way. People don't want to have the same conversation because they just see you trying to sell them something I've got clients have talked to a lot of sales people and they say you know. I. Really enjoyed talking to that person they were so down to Earth as if they would be anything else if you can dictate the the conversation to be that way, there was a question that came up a deal I. think it was during your and I actually don't recall which talk it was Durham. But it was the someone asked, how do you take the conversation from that report building area over to hey, let's get to the point here. There's something I. Think we can help you with Sarah I. Think it was during your your presentation. How do you make that transition? Yeah. It's usually when it feels appropriate in the conversation. So I mean and I call it out. It's the sandler selling methodology of just like. Since it say like just be radically transparent. Yes. So I just say things like He. You know if this feels like an step let me now I always give people the opportunity to be like. Away. that. Really really well. Thank you and I think that's like that I think is key when you do make a transition and I think it only comes after you've. Collected, enough information to make the transition so I've had. Conversations at blasted days. On. Link. When was just trying to warm the personnel? and Dave voluntarily asked me, Hey, what is it that Gong does? I told them and they said, agree, let's book a meeting. I would not more about that and I've also had conversations that are directly to the point like. He you've been engaging in a ton of content maybe this isn't overstep, but it seems like there might be some interest in exploring what we do outside of our content and I don't know I think he's GonNa feel it out. It's like if the person downloads a ton of gone content likes every single on seven reads or Chris or lapse posts pretty good indicator that really familiar with what we're doing and if they're not a customer, but their organizations grew three hundred percent in the past six months then. Really, time to explore Gong, and if I say Katie you you WANNA look at it. If not go ahead and tell me know my feelings won't be hurt their leg. Yeah. Sure. Feel like nine times out of ten at works because I was picking people who were engaged instead of flake guessing and.

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"sarah i" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

07:03 min | 9 months ago

"sarah i" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"And. They probably were just commenting on something that was happening naturally. And they said, how could it be? that. We built the Tabernacle, the Me Sean and decked it out with all of our beauty. If, we had already given all of our jewelry to build the Golden Calf when Moses was up receiving the Ten Commandments. And the rabbis pondered this and they came up the summation of their thoughts were that the golden calf was on rush the women are separate. The women refused to give their jewelry to Aaron and so therefore, they're the keepers of the faith. And they get Roscoe Dash. As an extra elevated women's holiday. and so therefore, women of always gotten Rochon Dash as. An extra day of coming together and rest. The thing about that is that that's where the written word of how to celebrate rush ended. And so Roche was put in place as one of the most lawless rituals rituals. In all of Judaism we were told to mark time we were told that it was an elevated time for people identify as women. No clear instructions about what? That means that there's so much opportunity to create something that works for a very diverse group of people and anybody that's really looking for this type of mind body soul conversation connection. I should add also that there's been mid rush. Since this time I mean we have a needed diamonds red tent, which I think is like a book that's translated into more languages than almost any book. An depicts the story of the matriarchs in the red tent. which was this monthly hut that? Females would go to an transfer information and sometimes gossip and slander but I'm Sarah I'm named for us, difficult relationship with another woman named the Gar which we read on retainer. But that's not what my biggest dream of the red tent is. The biggest train is actually it's a place to come together lift each other up. And then also in the sixties and seventies for traditional Orthodox women were looking for a place to be feminist and to be supporting women's empowerment without pulling away from tradition. and. They found these lines of text from Rashi and they set out to create some containers and some instructions for what should look like. And those are the three or four books that have been written. And then there was about twenty thirty years of no codifying of of the practice. Mainstream conservative. Jewish. Upbringing I never learned about it for one second. All of my Jewish education it wasn't something that my Momma Grandmothers did. So when I found rush hush during a real search for myself to see whether or not their spirituality in Judaism, and there was wellness Judaism, and I found Rodesch I was transformed immediately because it's so unlike all the other things and it was so exactly what I was looking for in terms of making it relational, making it my own and giving me freedom to think about my personal growth with others. Women. Circles are trending in every aspect of the secular world. And so I likely would be part of one because it's needed in natural. But with rush clash, I can also have something that's Jewish where I'm actually able to use my ancestors wisdom deep. Beautiful. Jewish was done on the Hebrew calendar to make me feel good and make me feel connected and use as a place to wrestle important things about what it means to be alive when it needs to be spiritual. With other people. So it's it's sort of best of both worlds and I think that's what really inspired me to go forward. I see rush rush as a wellness practice. I WanNa talk about like I don't know why his ex Roche quotas different from all other road issues like a little bit about each like how the year sort of flows and how the different months have these different valances I think it's like one of my favorite things about Judaism. People. Say Sort of in the abstract like Judaism is so into time and people quote Abraham Joshua, Hessels the Sabbath I think often when people talk about time and how Judaism does lots of time. They're thinking about Chabad and how there's this weekly moment i. think that the way we assign meaning to the to each of the twelve months of the year like it is. I mean on one level I think it's intuitive but it's not everybody has done that like ours secular. World. Shirley. When September rolls around I guess in my general head I think okay Labor Day and fall is ending right but we haven't like assigned joy month in the way that is has thought about a Dr in the spring as kind of joy month we haven't assigned a major sadness month in the way that Judaism has kind of assigned of in the summer as a major sad that we could go right down the list we're GONNA end up giving short shrift to some of the. Months but look I'm curious can you lake talk us through like what even some of the traditional orientations two different months of the year are and like how that would manifest in like how a given circle might sort of experience those months differently because what I love about this is like it's a rhythmic ritual where you come together over over again which we need but it's almost by definition it has to change. You can't be the same every time in the way that lots of Chabad services are roughly the same every time like it has to be different to fit whatever the month is. Your the Hebrew calendar is brilliant. Just thing to add I don't understand why would ever have the new year and the dead of winter. There's no agent teaching or any sort of doctor that would ever say, oh, that's the great time to consider making New Year's intentions is not the end of December January in the secular calendar that we have. The Hebrew calendar makes way more sense when we're thinking about feeling into our emotions like you said, having a joy month or having an anger. And if you think about the cycle in whole, it really is a sake also. Russia China. Happens. Then we go into the winter and we have peace Levin Tibet in the darkest time of the year commanded to find light. And we acknowledge that it's a really hard time. Tibet is a really hard months. There were a lot of anger usually comes up. then. We come out of the wintertime these tarp by celebrating the birthday of the trees. To Bush latte and it starts to be like a feeling of hope and planting and good, and it's like this tender loving care to come out of the depths of winter, and then we come into Odar, which you said is about joy and happiness. It's..

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"sarah i" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"sarah i" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"My phone rang and they're like. Where are you obviously the worst feeling in the world, and I got in my car and I drove out there. And gave me a big hug and he's like happens everybody and told me this story, and immediately made me okay about it as opposed to all of the other choices that he had and I will never forget that. And then obviously everything you said Zach about like yeah I mean growing up with with three's company and being in awe of him, and you know Sarah. Did you watch that show I mean? It's funny because I were around the same age and I feel like I. Don I referenced it a lot, but was that something. In Canada you're watching Yoga. It was huge. It was huge, my sisters and my favorite shows we would. We would sit down and watch it and. Like you said to the physical comedy was so incredible on that show and you know we got a taste in a bit of opportunity to try physical comedy. On scrubs that was actually one of my quarantine lessons, we've been you know trying to keep the kids busy and occupied during quarantine with me my sister's kids. We have such a wide variety of ages, so we've been doing different things. Lot of my lessons was pratfalls and my three year. Giving her. I mean I just put a stack of books on the ground. Local case you're approaching it in the trick is to like. Make it look like you don't see it. You turn away just at the last second half to send you guys. The video I mean frankly just bailed. Like just gives her bail to give her head. You give her a mat. For God's Sakes, we never met. We have a kind of a rough carpet. In So, probably that would have been a better way to introduce pratfalls with Matt. Comedian Sarah I. Think you're very good at pratfalls. Was One of the funniest things we've got to do..

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"sarah i" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"sarah i" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"Certainly not a licensed counselor. But I know that there is a lot of benefit to just immersing yourself and beauty so this summer we're offering classes where people can come and get a few hundred blooms on each person you registers I chat with them ahead of time to talk with them about what colors and kind of flowers, they particularly that those what resonates with them so that they can. Can have a unique experience, but something that's really special command, and then we're going to deconstruct books, flowers and I'm going to give them instructions on how to make a flatly. We're GONNA. Make them and we're GONNA. Photograph them, and they'll get images to take home, and then if they can't bear to take heads off all their flowers, they can take the rest home. But it's you know it's a little shocking to realize that you have to destroy this to make this very temporal art but I'm extremely beautiful on something that they could easily reprint and hang on their wall, tearing them, but this time, and it's not only grieving people that just the route today it's for anyone who wants to come and should be refreshed and the peacefulness of our farm. Is it one on one actually? No it's it's small groups. I teach this class. And then I do have some helpers, but because of social distancing requirements. We have stations set up at least six feet away from each other, and I'll stand up the slot and give instructions and then My crew will be wearing p. p. e., so that we are abiding by the guidelines so that we can help each person individually We have a good plan and I hope that it works for doing a dry run beforehand. Beforehand to make sure that it all the smoothly as I think, but you know I just feel like it's It can be such a a healing thing to spend time with beauty, whether it's the beauty of food, your thing or the beauty of flowers or the beauty of of a hike or something like that just where you can get into nature something bigger than yourself and something that is really GonNa. Help your heart be less anxious. That's what I'm looking for a spoonful. I love it. This has been so wonderful Sarah I. We've we always say we're going to get together and we never have enough time to do it so I guess we had to get on a podcast to have this conversation to share with everybody else. It I'm thrilled that we could showcase your Dolly addresses as part of American flowers. We thank you for supporting me in that project, and I wouldn't courage anyone listening to follow the links at all. Having our show notes, so you can maybe come be part of Dahlia camp or Attend one of the other events at triple and farms and finding follow Sarah and pay body, because they're doing some really inspiring flower work. It means a lot to me to have you as a friend. Thank, you Debra. Your friendship is precious to me too, and I truly appreciate you having me on the podcast. Your tireless work for flower farmers and floors who are working with American grown flowers is a total inspiration to me and from the moment I met you. You have been nothing, but gracious and kind, and I think he's so much. All. Thanks, we've been on this journey together. It's been great. Thank you so much, and we'll share lots of photos, so people can see what Sarah and I've been talking about in today's show notes and. Maybe inspire people to try to do something during American flowers week, which is coming right.

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"sarah i" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"sarah i" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"On the night Sarah good was murdered. Detectives already knew she had dropped off her friend. Jason at around one. Am and a few minutes later. Texted him that she had made it home safely. But it wasn't until they combed through Sarah's phone records and checked cell tower data that they started to figure out what happened next though cellphone records. Were really telling you a story. It's incredibly powerful. If you follow it it's amazing you see. Sarah is home Lawrence Apiece. Oh an assistant district attorney with the Suffolk County. Da's office work the case and Jason Tech Sarah Home Safe and she says yes and all hell broke loose from there. He says after that text Sarah got a call from someone else. Somebody is speaking turn. There's conversations going back and forth when detectives track the cellphone movements. They could see whoever was talking to. Sarah started off in mastic New York then travelled about ten miles north to where Sarah was living near Eagle estates. She's home but we see this phone number. The cell instrument with this phone number move very deliberately right up to Sarah good home where the phones come together once the Cell Phone Ping near Sarah's house all phone communication stopped prosecutors believe that's when Sarah and her caller started communicating in person. She received a call from a young man and at one thirty in the morning. You know she went out to meet him albertson theorized. Sarah who was twenty one and a single mom wanted to make the most of this rare night out so when she got an offer to keep the party going she took it. I think her decision was just kind of naive and foolish. Unfortunately you know it turned out to be fatal. So who was this person? Sarah met up with on the night she was murdered. Police traced the number. It ultimately was identified to Dante Taylor. Nineteen year old. Dante Taylor the handsome Marine Corps dropout when police had questioned him back. When Sarah was missing he told them he and Sarah never got together. After the group split up that night he maintained that he asked her to hang out next. She said no she wasn't going to hang out and he was confronted with phone records and Cell Tower information that said otherwise And you know he basically said those records must be wrong. So records are not wrong. You know people are liars. Records aren't and even though Sarah and Dante were part of the group hanging out together the night. She went missing their mutual friend. Jason Florist says the two barely interacted in make any comment. Oh she's cute or anything. He came up to her car and we were sitting in a car. He says the three of them had a short conversation and then walked away and I was the only thing. The family had also been suspicious of Dante when they called him. While looking for Sarah I talked to him twice once at night when we first started and then in the morning I think he just switched that either. He did or didn't see her. I don't remember. He might not have gotten his story straight. Yeah police already had so records linking Dante to Syra. So what about his palm print Karen Oswald remembers when Dante came in to give his Prince? He was a regular guy. He was polite helpful. He was a nice guy when someone acts like that. Do you think Oh. It probably wasn't him. I don't make a determination on whether I think it was them or not. I've seen enough people who have done really bad things and to your face. They're they're nice. They're polite respectful but demeanor. Change Oswald carefully compared the ridges from the bloody palm print. Dante's finally a hit. It matched it onto Taylor. How did that feel to make that match that? Now you've potentially a cop killer. In one instance. It feels great because you always want to be a part of that team that gives the evidence that catches somebody. Who's done something this awful but the reality is never actually WANNA work a case like this. He never want to hear the story of what happened to Sarah immediately. Thank you know. She met this guy at a party. That could have been me or any of my friends or my sister. But even with the palm print and the cellphone records pointing to Dante as Sarah's killer. Police didn't arrest him. There was a problem and a brand new lead coming up. We received information that there might be another victim out there another victim. He had a knife he had it at my throat. He just kept saying..

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"sarah i" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"sarah i" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"As one day passed then two then. Three four and five still no sign of Sarah for her family. The not knowing was unbearable. Think deep down you hope like if you founder like maybe. She was still alive and shoes breathing. You might be able to help her each night. Sarah sisters brothers cousins her entire extended family piled into one house comforted by the closeness. And we all stayed at my mom's house. Everything lay on the floor couches. Kitchen brooms we everybody. Within their sleep you heard the helicopters. We went back out we out all hours of the night. If we heard of helicopter we all jumped on or follow it or if we heard a police car we will. We're GONNA find it. They were relentless using the Hashtag. Find Sarah Good. They organized a massive search effort covering miles and miles. How grueling was the search. It was horrible his bed. It was raining some days. It was seeming hot. Even if there was high you're still in layers because her in woods and you didn't want the Pixel and every day no answer town family and friends searched places like this Smith Point County Park. Sarah loved and the tick infested woods near where her car had been found. For three sisters Jennifer Tabitha and Samantha. The search was especially difficult. All three of you were pregnant during the search just added to how hard it was spur probably worse because I know by the end of the day. My feet were so swollen. I didn't even WanNa move off over the couch but I knew I had to because I wanted to find her. You feel sick to your stomach but you couldn't tell if it was sickness from pregnancy or sickness because you're afraid you're gonna find her and she's GonNa be done besides having to battle the elements and nagging desperation. They couldn't shake another feeling paranoia. I didn't know who did it so even when we were searching. I was like maybe that could did it. You know I don't know it could have been somebody right under your nose. Was that kind of frightening to think of that. Yeah I was afraid that they were searching with us You know we're staring down people and then even when you're going in the store you like staring at people because you you don't know you did it and maybe you took my sister where to put her and they weren't about to sit back and wait for police to find. Sarah in what seemed like parallel investigations. Everyone detectives talk to the family. Tried to talk to as well. One person or sisters hadn't been able to reach was Sarah's childhood friend Jason Flora's he was the one. Sarah dropped off before going home that night. Since he was the last person known to be with her before she vanished. They called his cellphone. We've tried Cuban however answered. Did anyone worry that he could have been involved or know something. Yeah we don't know how or why. But we just thought he was there with her and just speculated he had to have something to do with it not about to sit around and wait for Jason's call Sarah's brother in law. Nick and his large posse went out looking for him. You couldn't find him. Do you think that was on purpose? On Jason's part I think at that point. The word was out that we were out looking and we were going to do whatever and how to take to get answers. So wherever got the word or hide him pretty good? Do you think Jason was nervous? Worried that you looking for him. Yeah yes absolutely. Because he wasn't making himself readily available to that. Say anything to you. That's what you gotta say to yourself. Does he know something? Obviously you know she was with him. He's gotTa know something. What Nick didn't know was the real reason Jason was MIA. He was behind bars. Detectives had brought him in for questioning and discovered he had an unrelated harassment warrant so they were able to detain him. Two Days Jason was with investigators. Yes he spent a significant amount of time with six precinct. Detective can they feel like? Hey if you know we have to find Sarah if you know something tell us. Oh absolutely. He's the last person that she drops off. So you know at this point you have to look at these people very seriously and you have to make sure that they're telling you the truth. Prosecutor Albertson says Jason Story was consistent. And he was adamant that he had no idea where Sarah was. Did they take his DNA as well they did. He consented and he gave them his handprints again. Handprints not your typical police request in a missing person's case the reason police were collecting them would soon become clear. Jason also agreed to turn over the clothes he was wearing the night. Sarah went missing. His encounter with police all seemed very cooperative. Everything is not what it seems. But when Jason Florus sat down to speak to us he says visit with detectives at six precinct was like a scene out of a bad cop. Film detectives call me and I- willingly went there. Obviously because I would not go you know what I mean the police so we get there this and that he goes from Mister Nice Guide of. We know you know where she is. Smack me Toca me spin on me and I was scared. I was scared even though I knew I didn't do anything. They still had me thinking in my head. What is going on right now and get no phone call. No one read me my rights. What were they asking you? What kind of questions? It went from How do you know Sarah to where is she you you know she is? Yeah you were an eagle a stage. Where the where you last night just ripping my mind apart and he. It didn't get easier when he was left alone in the jail cell. Make me go crazy and cry in the cell all night. You actually were crying. I was crying myself to see on a roll of toilet. Paper is my pill. What were you thinking about for Sarah I was worried. I was concerned because she had a lot to lose beautiful baby beautiful family. Nice job. Good career himself. Did you have anything to do with Sarah's disappearance now one bit after two days they let him go but warned him to stay close. Did you feel like when you were walking out of that police department? They weren't done with you. They still no. I knew they weren't. How many times did they come talk to you already? Plus the police declined to comment on Jason's claims of how he was treated by detectives. As for Sarah's family they had their own suspicions. Her family was convinced me. Yeah how did you know that the cops made it seem like that? Did you feel like you were enemy number? One most definitely I felt so targeted and they've found Sara's family and friends were becoming more and more desperate. They didn't know who was behind her disappearance so they kept digging and finally hit a solid lead coming up so many unanswered questions. I just had to find stuff out our best friends. Hunch and an eagle-eyed neighbor I was wondering what is he doing? Help put someone new on the radar. You actually followed him. I really really thought he would lead us to Sarah..

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"sarah i" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"sarah i" Discussed on LadyGang

"Now back to the Lady Gang. Our our guest is an actress and comedian who has appeared in the convinced him convince method. I don't know I I can't talk young sheldon big little lies about her family and Gracie and Frankie okay. You know you've heard of those little shows just a little nothing shows working alongside some of the biggest names in Hollywood. She actually aren't herself Golden Globe and has been nominated we'll talk about baton nominated for both a critics choice award and a screen actors guild award but it wasn't always this glamorous. After graduating college she moved to Atlanta and help build the World Improv theatre where she acted acted and taught perfecting her craft. Please welcome to the PODCAST. A funny lady. We Love Sarah Baker Golden Globe. Yeah so very fancy fancy fancy dies and the comedian comedian hard Batman Yeah. It's 'cause doesn't Melissa McCarthy say like I'm a comedian I don't know yeah. I don't know either doing her. Like yeah this sounds pretty cool. Okay okay about the Golden Globe so when it's a cast golden globe best. What was it like best comedy? which what what show was the forum in humans which is very funny? Two years ago. This was not this past noodle ups these years it. Yeah so dreamy anyway. So when the cast wins. The best comedy do you all get a globe to take home. No that's because I am a group Emmy Award winner so for entertainment tonight. No tonight you win in best news show right and then everyone that's listed like I mean the list. It's like cutthroat to get on the list but like the hosts were on the list but then there's like producer whatever but we actually you get a real. It's up the Globes. Don't do that. So how many like what part of it. Because part of the cast. Obviously to go on right now I think one one talk about it I just she passed for. I don't know I know that I thought it was just like the producers. Get like chuck gets it. Maybe Michael Aw L. Higgins I don't I'm like we're like without us. The show doesn't exist. What do you get to say like? This was hard for me when I was putting this together because I will not walk in a room unless someone says Emmy Award winning Kelty night so now that you're part of it like I feel like Golden Globe winning actress. Sarah Baker should be there or you too cool for that. I feel like it's it's false. It's a fault a false not on your one this true i. Oh I do not have one Jack. Let's let you decide. Well I feel like she just doesn't care as much as you actually talented and actually had a great career and doesn't have like imposter syndrome. So I feel like people are already like. Do you really immediately crumbled now. I don't I never will lose her. UH-HUH I want to say you've been basically on every show that exists as popular. Is that you. Are you the secret sauce to a Hollywood. I never thought that way. Absolutely not like Young Sheldon. It's you modern family. Young Young Sheldon is my airplane. TV Review Show. I love it so much for flight because Yeah Wa very easy to taken strange okay. I on a saddest woman ever over on that show to this really sad librarian Sunday. All get married. You're like I say about about me Do you ever feel typecast. Because you're funny I feel like I've gotten to play like kind of a lot of different characters. I but I mean there was like a phase where I played literally like five nurses and our own okay and then you're starting to be like I mean in a way it's like who cares but then on the other hand I was like I don't really want to be a nurse a nurse. What does that mean? What does it mean your age is probably like a nurse audition? She's autumn your face. That could cure a disease now. I think it's like being like old enough. Like not being like twenty two so he could be a nurse But being like sort of a nebulous age and just that I think it's like every woman quality maybe it's a good job to have nurse because you wearing a comfortable clothes when you're actor you're there for like twenty hours a day. You're wearing a sneaker now. It's not as comfortable sneak. Nobody's outfit Gras Rub. I think one time I did play like a nurse. Then yeah exactly so I had to have like a little hat and they actually had like period bras and so which are horrible. There were like pointy bras stretch. That was the weirdest thing you put it on your. Yeah they didn't they just didn't have stretch back then. The Best I know the wheel and then stretch. It was literally like Oxford. Lila's shirt cloth material. We all all have one pair of underwear that's been through the dryer too many times. And you put it on your like. Where's the stretch like you'd be rated out all gone back to the days? What show I'm really going to put you on the spot? What show is better big bang or modern family? Wow that's a loaded question. Do you want to answer. I personally like modern family better. Okay but I also loved Young Sheldon so so that's kind of that's not that's not big young sheldon is a big thing off show. You know what I'll say. I watch more lake. Single camera shows so I tend tend to watch shows like modern family. More than multi Cam shows like Big Bang theory so I probably have watched modern family more. But they're both very enjoyable. Join now would you like to explain to the regular gals of the world. The difference between a Multi Kamina Salaam. Because I literally just learnt this. Oh Yeah I'm just assuming the name for it. I mean your eyes knew the difference between like a show with a live audience. That's on like a flat stay. We know I think so are all shows with live audiences multi cam. Do they have to be pretty much the only show that will there was like how might your mother was like a weird hybrid show where they shot it like a multi cam honesty age. But they didn't use an audience but other than that like I mean basically all the older shows as were all multi I love Lucy invent how many camps is a multi six. I've always liked smart. Like what is is that. How many military are we five hundred cameras multi and single camp? There's no way you're just one camera. No there's not exactly so. This is a very confusing. That's paying you knew the difference. You just didn't know the name and the name actually. Yeah it's not very multi cameras like if we're sitting here is a Cameron County when she talks because there's a camera on Sarah when she talks but also like say that's the mayor. This is the stage. Yeah the the cameras. Don't come onto the stature and the set so they let you have your whole experience on the outside on Big Bang theory. There's never any close up there. Never closer than like stop or something because of the way to come in. Yeah but on modern family. You're right in there and Sarah. You can't even get their highland. Both of her giant is. You can't get them in the frame because they're so beautiful and big. Yeah Yeah Okay interesting. Yeah I learned something. Chuck Lori is A big producer creator of shows and he can create anything thing and then usually people win the wards and he wins the awards. What's it like working with him and being like welcomed into like Chuck's Club? It was really cool. I mean I. It gets really nerve wracking initially just because you know how many different in different kinds of shows the race done but I did like an episode of Mike and Molly Ali. You know whenever several years ago and I think I met him like for one second afterwards news very funny or something and I was like thanks Gloria whereas like oh no But but yeah but then for. This show was weird. Like I went in and auditioned for For Young Sheldon. I I for like a librarian but it was like a last minute casting things so they brought in like eight women or something. That's my I know so nice so like like the plan that you sent your thing. Yeah I didn't it was I sent it anyways video in on taste I I taught myself on. She did it wrong. She showed like her whole body. You did it on the green screen at et as fine like a porn cameras camera. Yeah that's my thought. I had them. Do you mean like Nia. I was an Q.. L. Draft Lines and then Becca was like no one. You're an actress like you only shoot. Shoot this far up. And I was like bulls. Aren't they going to see my body. But they want to see this beautiful physio saying Sarah Living Room with iphone Cam. So you're take my adding like it didn't matter they're shot they're like this. They didn't get the part because you should. We're going back to because obviously okay. So you're acting was terrible. It is hard to act like a news reporter when you are a news report. 'cause you're like the lines. Whoever writes the news reporter lines lines have no? This isn't how would never ask it like this weight was no. It wasn't a news reporter Instagram influence. Or which I've no idea. So you're you're right. I wasn't meant for that part. This isn't about me. This is about Sarah Baker. I want to know a great Hollywood story when you were really close to getting a job and you really wanted it and then you didn't because life is disappointing for our women and I wanNA make them feel we've resonate with failure. I mean I've had money As most actors like supergirl. I haven't had anything like that where I'm like and I would have made twelve million haven't had quite the girl that was like it was between between me or Jennifer Aniston on friends who was on that pilot bigger house. I think makes me stomach ache honestly honestly busy about fired twice. ooh fired no. I've been fired once and not hired even though I like went very far so so my first thing was like there was a show called Catherine. Kim It's not as high. Don't say no she didn't make it no but they did the American version O.. Failure year is bomb view tower. Dan One's incredible. Yes that's what I've heard. Yeah so I auditioned for this really. We are characteristic part. That was like like this short haired Weird woman who takes care of animals so she's always Bitten like here And she he would. I would have been the best friend curve like Soma Blair's character whose Hugh my guess But anyway I'd like kept going further and further the director it was super nice the producer. They were like they didn't like me initially and then they were like. Oh we're going to write a new scene for you. Do Chemistry read kept being morale. Yeah and you're like Catherine it's me I'm Kath and then it sounds exactly and they were like uh-huh now alternately no and then but then what was kind of gratifying was that they never did cast anybody. They eliminated their hard. Yeah and then. They were so good that they were like you know. We don't need this part at all. Yeah yeah totally right the offense Melissa Route Nine theory she I always like is it row or I don't I still don't know rough I think she Played kind of part. That was like a different best friend character. Okay and then I also did like. That's one person I look at them like. There was a time when when we were like we were both on the same episode of the office together. I'm like by a millionaire superstar. The fees really funny so she served the one where you fired. Oh and then I was on the Pilot of the odd couple. Like A reboot of out couple with Matthew Perry and Oh my God.

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"sarah i" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

14:06 min | 1 year ago

"sarah i" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"It's no wage concessions. No healthcare cuts three thousand jobs saved thousands of pensions saved. Our retirees are not taking any any pension cuts. We didn't go back in take from folks. the way we made this work is my family walked away from our way. So you know act look. I can build more equity some other time at I can't replace guys pensions who drove a truck for US thirty or forty years so I was proud to do it. We're very very lucky. It was a very hard process. The teamsters were amazing partners Linus. He couldn't have done it without them but we all had to sit at the table and say this is an existential threat to the company. We think these are jobs in a business worth saving will help us and to their credit the union the lenders. I am the pension fund management team all dead and it's been a it's been a very difficult process but it's a near miraculous out calm. Tom You know to come to the other side of what was effectively a pre-arranged restructuring that unfortunately has to go through at chapter eleven filing uh-huh for for a lot of reasons to get the kind of relief that we needed that protection we needed the bankruptcy code provides that but we come out the other side of that with the same management management team three thousand jobs saved no wage concessions. No healthcare cuts thousands of pension saved. I'm very proud of the work we did but I think it's not only family not something on hiding from talking about it by a lot. Actually it's the reason I'm running. I want people to look in the eyes of the people who who are asking for your vote or to the people like Senator David Purdue. WHO's been a cheerleader for this president's trade war. I want them to see what it looks like. I want them to look look at the United States Senate and understand how important it is to securing the economic future of working people all over this country you know the US House of Representatives unitive has something in the end of July called the Butch Lewis Act. It is way to save these pensions right. Might pension happens to be the pension that we're in happens to be one of the first to go under but the mineworkers aren't far behind. US actually go insolvent before us. There were fourteen hundred multi employer pension plans all over this country in one hundred twenty. Five of them are already critical declining and too many of these funds go under it'll also collapsed the pension benefit. Guaranty Corporation Federal Insurance Program designed to protect workers pensions rather than take up that got bill the books Lewis. Act that the US House under Democratic leadership has already passed rather than take it up. The Senate went on vacation then I mean literally went into recess rather than work through August recess to save Working People's retirement and I think that's shameful. I think people like David Produce should be held accountable for that. I've had to sit across the table from guys who drove a truck for us for thirty five and forty four years and explain to them that I've done everything in my powder. We're saving. We're doing our job. The House did its job but Mitch mecom calls himself the grim reaper for reason and until they choose to act on this working people everywhere in these multi employer pension plans should be very nervous they they may not get the retirement that they've invested in their owed that they've earned into our auto gift guys. This is the workers money they dutifully and rightfully invested that employers like me have invested in vacant for decades they're owed this money and it is the job of the people in the US Senate to take up the legislation. That's been done in the house to provide relief. You know the the companies those of us who are in these plans. The workers were in them. We don't manage these funds. We didn't create the underfunded ended problem. We didn't create right to work laws that have devastated union memberships accelerated insolvency these are things that we're trying to fix x and right now we don't have partner insecurity those pensions in the US Senate but one way yet it is to make sure we elect Democratic majority ready and I think voters deserve to hear it. I am going to be out there talking about this trade war. No one wins a trade war but the workers always lose the farmers in Georgia are losing this trade war and David produce should be held accountable. I think the GOP Senate majority should be held accountable for its abject failure to pension relief. I WANNA protect economic security for working families very simple your health care affordable housing your opportunity opportunity to make a fair wage your collective bargaining rights and I think in order to make sure we can always do that. We can also have to protect voting rights and election security thirty. That's my platform very straightforward so this has been formative for me but I also think it's exactly the kind of later I'll be in the US Senate for Georgia. If I see a problem I will move having to fix it. I will fight for your family the same way I fought for my workers pensions and further union and to save this business in their jobs. That's the kind of leader we need not a guy that refuses to do a town hall for five and a half years like David Purdue Sarah I would imagine between this formative formative experience of going through this reorganization with your company and with also incredibly formative experience of running for Lieutenant Governor what major lessons are you bringing both professionally and about sort of the the wider state of Georgia Georgia and the wider state of our politics in the nation. What did you learn from both of those experiences that your brain to this race. I mean one of the things that I love about running in in this. US Senate Race Georgia is I can bring the private sector experience. I can speak to what it's like to not only grow a business during the great recession in a union company in the industrial sector or no task to this great American icon of the American auto industry but I can now I speak to the trade war the pension crisis and at the same time because of the experience I had last year as the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor running with stacy easiest brothers. I have the credibility of having run a statewide campaign and with very little money one point six million dollars getting one point eight to three million votes. You know we we had a shoestring budget so my answer was to go out and meet people right. AMAC traveled to a hundred and fifty counties might ten months and sat in a lot of living rooms and listened to Georgia's in what they're worried about so to answer your question Shen. The thing that I learned was number one. This has to be a statewide campaign right. You got running statewide as hard. It's a steep learning curve ungrateful grateful have already gone up but once and I look forward to improving on the performance this year but you have to run in hall all hundred fifty nine counties I also learned and that voters independent of their politics by and large have similar hopes for their families for families futures. They have a lot of fear her her about how the failure in Washington of people like David purdue the unwillingness to stand up for their families against special interest dress or the president or the majority leader. They have a lot of fear about how that affects kids. How it affects the economic onomic opportunity their family will have been so you know the lessons for me were unique to continue to engage voters all hundred fifty nine counties the lessons were make sure that you're listening in communities and figuring out what they need and what they want in how you can best represent their experience because we all live different experiences right that never forget? Most people want similar famous for their kids future. Nobody wants to see people who are poor because they're sick or sick because the poor is his twenty nineteen America. We're better than that. Nobody wants to see the kind of cronyism and corruption that special interests have put into our federal politics. Nobody wants the Senate of a hundred senators who fought tooth and nail to get those jobs sitting in a chamber in refusing to work with each other to do basic things like superior families pensioners attention owners future economically. Nobody wants to see a Senate that rubberstamps a trade war. That's devastating. Our economy are working people so I think thank you know the partisan divide is very inside baseball thing but when you talk the partisanship out of it when you talk about the issues these people share a lot of the same hopes and dreams and they have a lot of the same fears. Anna and I think they want us to robust robust investments in infrastructure. They want increased access to affordable healthcare. They WanNa know that no matter if they're a man or woman or gay or straight through and make the same money for the same job rate these are the kinds of of hopes that I think Georgians as a whole values we have those are the values. WanNa see Representative Office office said I can tell you they're not getting it from David Purdue Sarah. You've had a couple of years now of having to frequently speak carefully about incredibly complex issues. The results of your race religion governor continued to get national media attention because of the election security the issues that you've referenced. You've gone through the chapter. Eleven process bankruptcy is difficult word even when it produces as it can sometimes a really healthy outcome for everyone you have a crowded. Democratic primary field for the Senate seat and I would argue some bias coverage of that field and so I just wonder how it feels to you to always be threading those needles and what capacity you're finding as you spend time talking with and listening to people in Georgia for folks to engage with the complexity of those issues. I tend to be a pretty direct speaker you know obviously they're not a lot of candidates out there leaving by talking about their doctor. Levin restructuring in how that makes them a better candidate for the US Senate in in my case that happens to be true but I think I have a very simple philosophy which is tell people the Truth and tell them what you think. Don't pull test. What you believe not only does that not serve? The candidate while voters are lot smarter than a lot of people give them credit for right especially Republicans. You know I think the Republicans give voters the credit the road they can smell in authenticity from from a mile away voters now when somebody is speaking their heart when they're being earnest and honest and I think they respect the people who also will say look it has not always been easy road or my life hasn't been a string of untarnished successes in every direction bright pressure makes diamonds in in for me. I feel like sharing some of those struggles not just things like the restructuring structuring at work not just things like dealing with you know more than one hundred thousand votes missing from the machines in my election last year that was raised decided by about the same amount of margin not just you know the voter suppression that we saw writ large across Georgia last year but I think voters respect somebody who acknowledges when they've seen adversity and is willing to come forward and talk about what what they learned from it and how it made them better and Americans we have this incredible ethos where a the the old rocky Balboa Line Right. It's not about the number of times you get knocked down. It's how many times you get back up and spite smarter better and with more passion right for me. I think it was a very good candidate last year but I don't think I had the same sort of visceral roll connection to some of these economic security issues that I have now because I have been through that fire. I have had to not only go around the state and tell people what I believe in and tell people how I think businesses should treat their workers in how that can make your business better. The economy better the country three stronger our family stronger. HIF- now had the chance to show them that I meant it to be willing to walk away from Equity Eighty to save three thousand jobs all their wages in healthcare thousands of pensions and I'd do it again in a heartbeat and I think if you tell voters the truth breath in if you share your challenges and if you'd have the humility to reflect on what you've learned from them I think they respect it in more importantly they relate to it. I can't tell you the number of business people I've talked to who've told me about their own business struggles in how impressed they were to see us. You know fight the good fight and come out and show the good guys can still win..

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"sarah i" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"sarah i" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A. Sarah hi Sarah I Tiana all right what kind of questions you have for us alright so my main question is I'm not a very big girl I work out here and there but I have a lot of cellulite my thighs and **** area. and I don't know what to do like I don't know if there's something in the spa I know you guys mentioned a lot of laser is there something that can help me in that area absolutely two ways to go about this Tiana we can do something called self fina which is good if you have just a little so you lie and by the way for the listeners out there so you later those dancer dimples that some people get on there but on their legs or some other places they're awfully hard to get rid of by yourself but we the yourself Pena if you have individual little dance here or there but if you have more extensive doubles and dance we use something called so he lays which is a laser that we use in done in the operating room will help to get rid of a lot of that now people think Serra that liposuction takes care cellulite but it does and we have to it's two separate things that we can do at the same time yeah a lot of times we do the cellulase people also want LIFO as well so will suck as much fat as we can we'll sculpt you will shape you and then we'll go ahead and do the site lays the life doesn't get rid of the temples the like the gets rid of the fat the cellulase goes into the same incision so no additional sessions with the SIA's and it actually breaks up the bands that are pulling the skin down so that's what creates the dimple so when you break those bands the skin pops back up basically any gives a smoother appearance so we combined the sideways with the liposuction sometimes we can also combine it with something called J. plasma so this is like a three step procedure the J. plasma hopes to tighten the skin to so you do get some skin retraction with liposuction but some people need a little bit more help so we'll go ahead and do the J. plasma which again goes to the same incisions no additional incisions it helps to tighten the skin so we do liposuction J. plasma for skin tightening unsightly is for the dimples yes there's tons of things that we could do to improve the legs now liposuction in general is an awesome way to strike you down it's great for the legs the internet are thighs. it's great for the abdomen or love handles or cry areas the chest in guys and light bill is really no downtime so it's something we can get your right back to your normal activities very quickly if you have so you'll at the same time we can get rid of the satellite all done in the office and military centers and back to work or school in just a day or so awesome that is your question yeah and one more question is that done under local anaesthesia or general I'm depends what we do liposuction is typically the patients or sleep and so this ad most some of the cellulite treatments it was just a few dimples here there we can definitely do it just.

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"sarah i" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"sarah i" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A. Sarah hi Sarah I Tiana all right what kind of questions you have for us all right so my main question is I'm not a very big girl I work out here and there but I have a lot of cellulite my thighs and **** area. and I don't know what to do I don't know if there's something in the spa I know you guys mentioned a lot of lease or is there something that can help me in that area absolutely two ways to go about this Tiana we can do something called self fina which is good if you have just a little so you lie and by the way for the listeners out there so you later those dancer dimples that some people get on there but on their legs or some other places they're awfully hard to get rid of by yourself but we'd be yourself Pena if you have individual little dance here or there but if you have more extensive doubles and dance we use something called so he lays which is a laser that we use it done in the operating room will help to get rid of a lot of that you know people think Serra that liposuction takes care so you like but it does and we have to it's two separate things that we can do at the same time yeah a lot of times we do the cellulase people also want LIFO as well so will suck as much fat as we can we'll sculpt you will shape you and then we'll go ahead and do the site lays the life doesn't get rid of the temples the like the good through the fat the cellulase goes into the same incisions so no additional sessions with the SIA's and it actually breaks up the bands that are pulling the skin down so that's what creates the dimple so when you break those bands the skin pops back up basically any gives a smoother appearance so we combined the sideways with the liposuction sometimes we can also combine it with something called J. plasma so this is like a three step procedure the J. plasma hopes to tighten the skin to so you do get some skin retraction with liposuction but some people need a little bit more help so we'll go ahead and do the J. plasma which again goes to the same incisions no additional incisions and it helps to tighten the skin so we do liposuction J. plasma for skin tightening unsightly is for the dimples yes there's tons of things that we could do to improve the legs now lepo suction in general is an awesome way to strike you down it's great for the legs the internet out thighs. it's great for the abdomen or love handles or cry areas the chest in guys and light blue is really no down time so it's something we can get your right back to your normal activities very quickly if you have so you'll at the same time we can get rid of the so you like all done in the office and military centers and back to work or school in just a day or so awesome that is your question yeah and one more question is that done under local anaesthesia or general I'm depends what we do liposuction is typically the patients or sleep and so this ad most some of the cellulite treatments it was just a few dimples here there we can definitely do it just when you awake under a little Nova can't okay awesome thank.

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03:14 min | 2 years ago

"sarah i" Discussed on Z100

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I Do Podcast

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"sarah i" Discussed on I Do Podcast

"Which while is wonderful that they're that they're doing that it's you know it's different than when you have experienced researchers who've been doing this for decades and because there isn't funding for this type of research if it doesn't relate to pharmaceuticals people don't wanna funded it is important stuff and i know you're going to help sarah i in our listeners today and i wanna zero in you mentioned sexual personality type so let's talk a little bit about that what is a sexual personality type things that essential personality type is really looking at the the person's personality of how they really are more naturally leaning towards one type of sexual relationship style versus another because what i started noticing was that there are some people who just very naturally seemed to be comfortable and monogamy even when they're not trying to just go by the the social expectations the just that's just naturally birthday gravity to even they've they've tried to things they've tried open relationships they they coming back to that just because it's what fits them while other people and try very hard to seek that social expectation and they're always feeling a sense of it's it's not quite enough or some his the people you see who he having extramarital relationships on the side just because they're trying so hard to make it work and yet it's just not them they need more they need more variety and so i heard thinking about why is this why do some people feel more comfortable one way then another and i throw and i've come across some research through some of the grefell organizations that i belong to start doing a little research on my own realize that there really does appear to be this of sexual personality the people tend to fall into and initially i've i've put it into three different types of those what are called the mono sexual people who really are the ones who do the best in from version of exclusive what we call monogamy the polly sexual people who need some variation of open relationship and.

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