39 Burst results for "Sasha"

Fresh "Sasha" from Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

08:50 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Sasha" from Software Engineering Daily

"Those things can fail and not actually have any larger repercussions based on the supervision model that erlang and the system underneath is called OTP, which actually gives us really nice guardrails and guarantees in terms of making sure that we are isolating failures. We're making sure that the system can keep running at very high low because of the virtual machine and how it's managing, switching and priority between different processes as well. There is a fantastic talk called the soul of elixir and erlang by Sasha uric that was at the go to conference. So it's just like probably gives the best example of why you might want to consider the use of elixir in your systems. And I've actually been an elixir engineer for probably 6 or 7 years at this point. And I actually don't think there's been a better application for what I've been writing than not in terms of the use of elixir here and the fact that we do have this very high concurrency kind of needing system and we get the benefits of that through the Alan VM plus all of these other niceties, plus we get this really nice way to express our logic. And I would say ultimately, that is the other part here, like, yeah, we have the semantics of the actual underlying VM and what's happening, but on top of that, we also get this really nice programming language that makes it a real joy to think about kind of data coming in the system, the transformations of that, and then the side effects of that being the delivery to these end providers and such. But we find it to be a really lovely way to kind of express this logic and execute and write our workflow engine, which ultimately is really the heart of what we're doing at knock. Just because you can express all of these different ways of thinking about an event leads to these different steps that gets executed. So one of those steps might be a batch, one of them might be, hey, we need to delay this notification for some amount of time. And then we need to pick it back up and send out an email, but we don't want to send that email if someone has their preferences turned off. And there's just all of these kind of problems that are folded inside of this that we feel like writing it and elixir gives us a really expressive way of writing this kind of state engine effectively. Can you walk me through the life cycle of a notification like let's say I'm on that food delivery app and a notification is being sent from the food delivery company that my order is being picked up from the restaurant. Walk me through the life cycle of that notification and where it hits your infrastructure where it's being stored, et cetera. Yeah, sure. So knock is an event driven system again. So everything that happens here, you basically model off of that event being triggered in your system. So let's say that the food is picked up. Let's just pretend that we know how that happens in whatever food delivery service that we've already built. And then what you would say at that point in time is you would basically make an API call to knock that says, hey, knock, we want to say that this food has been picked up. We have a notification workflow that's associated with that event. And then we tell knock about who needs to be notified for that event happening. So who is the actor of the event? Who performed it? And then who are the recipients of that event? And then we might want to pass them arbitrary data across as well that helps us in our notifications that are being sent out. So maybe in this example, it's like an order number or some information about that order or who the driver is or something like that. So that's what we do there. We make an API call to knock. Then that API call is going to hit our infrastructure. We validate make sure we haven't seen that before. We make sure that your API key is correct and such and things like that. We're going to enqueue that in kinesis to make sure that we're not going to be overloaded on our side. And we basically want to respond to you as quickly as possible to make sure that getting a low latency there. And as soon as we can put it into kinesis, basically it gives us guarantees around retries and making sure that we can reprocess those events if something happens down the line. And then basically what's going to happen inside of our infrastructure is that notification that you invoked there, that is going to have a what we call a workflow associated with it. And that workflow is basically going to get loaded from our system. We keep those in memory in a cache. And then we're basically going to per recipient that you've told us to notify, we're going to execute that workflow for each recipient. And what that means for us is executing our workflow engine going through all of the steps. You might need to hydrate some extra data in there because notifications end up being pretty stateful, especially when you start thinking about things like batching. And if we were going to collapse those notifications together, we might need to know about previous attempts that you've tried to do within some time frame to say, hey, these are all connected together. And then we're going to execute it and ultimately, if there are what we call messages, which ends up being the actual notifications that you receive on your devices that need to get executed there, we are going to load the templates that you've already pre programmed into knock around those notifications because what we actually try to take care of and not is there's two sides of this problem. There's the infrastructure side, which is just like purely executing your notifications. And then there's the kind of management side of all of these notifications as well. So the templates that are associated with them that a lot of the time your engineers are having to manage that in their back end code base, but we actually hoist that out of your backend code base. We keep it in knock. We allow you to version control those things. We have a get like model for making sure that everything's version controlled. Everything's isolated between environments so that you can basically make sure that things that you're doing in your development environment don't affect your staging environment so you can really confidently make changes to your notifications. And again, it's kind of the goal here is to take work away from engineers who are a lot of the time often having to manage those notification templates and ultimately that's work that we believe is kind of wasted for engineers to be doing and should be owned by other members of the team like product managers or maybe it's growth marketers or something like that. So again, going back to the execution of those will then fetch all those templates will execute the templates in your behalf with the data that you passed in and then we'll enqueue messages for delivery to those end providers that you've configured for us. So let's say that's your using SendGrid for your emails. So we might then effectively generate an email that's going to go to that end provider to SendGrid that tells you about the fact that your food is on the way. And it may be you also set your preference to say, hey, I also want to receive SMS as well. So we're going to make sure see if that recipient has a phone number associated with it. If they have a phone number and they've opted in to receive SMS, then we're going to actually call and Q another message that's going to go to Twilio to their SMS delivery product as well. And then on behind the scenes, we're storing a lot of state here. We're keeping all of the logs that are generated along the way. So you have fantastic introspection into what's happening. So in market itself, you can literally see from your API log that's come in. So that actual API call that you made, all the way through per recipient and see every single step on the workflow that's executed. So Jeffrey, let's say that you opted out of receiving SMS will show you a diagram and we'll show you a log line that says, hey, Jeffrey never received an SMS because he opted out of receiving them. And we keep all of that logging information for you and we give you this really, really easy way to introspect the system. And these kind of workflows that are being executed and ultimately the notifications that are being generated out the other end as well. So we'll also then keep all of the logs that are being executed against those delivery providers. So you can see the exact call that we were making to that delivery provider. You can see if that cool failed. You can take action on it if it did fail as well. And that's kind of what we're keeping behind the scenes. And a lot of that kind of state is saved in both databases, back into kinesis queues, logged out in S three and various places as well. And all the layers of reliability and failover, it seems like there's some redundancy of storage and where you're putting the notifications. Now a notification is not that big, but I imagine if you're handling a lot of them, then it could add up, do you have like a garbage collection mechanism where you wipe out old.

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Fresh update on "sasha" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

01:07 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sasha" discussed on All Things Considered

"News this is all things considered I'm Sasha Pfeiffer And I marry Louise Kelly John Williams has written so many of the movie scores that have gotten stuck in your head over the years Like the theme to Star Wars And jaws And Harry Potter That's just to name a few And over the years he has also developed many friendships with the musicians he works with including cellist Yo-Yo Ma Hello My dear Ludwig Ludwig Angela we need to cello here today You do Yes we do Well there's a cello attached to me I know John Williams said Yo-Yo Ma first met about 40 years ago Williams was conductor of the Boston pops and ma was a rising star soloist We began to be friendly and share a meal here and there And formed a friendship which is one of the treasures of my life certainly Their new album together is called a gathering of Friends released just after John Williams.

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Fresh update on "sasha" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sasha" discussed on All Things Considered

"Biking it up Before long the popularity of these pickles eclipsed vlasic's other products but that wasn't just because of vlasic gherkins and sauerkraut and other briny foods made consumers taste buds happy It's because bob vlasic was serious Very serious about making sure his company didn't take itself too seriously That's right He decided pickles were a fun food and he lived by this He thought pickles were funny and spent years collecting jokes about them You can find a bunch of them in his book bob blast 6 101 pickle jokes Elsa brace yourself I'm gonna tell you one of them you ready Oh my God That's kind of a dad joke I'm already laughing Hey Elsa what's green in pecks on trees Jeez I don't know Sasha Woody wood pickle When.

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Fresh "Sasha" from All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:29 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fresh "Sasha" from All Things Considered

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Denver beats Minnesota St 5-1, claims 9th NCAA hockey title

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Denver beats Minnesota St 5-1, claims 9th NCAA hockey title

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Jennifer Griffin Reports the Death of 2 FOX Reporters in Ukraine

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Jennifer Griffin Reports the Death of 2 FOX Reporters in Ukraine

"But even she broke down when talking to Brett bear last night on Fox News about the deaths of these two Fox News journalists. And Brett a word about our colleagues Pierre Sasha and Ben hall tonight, the loss and pain we feel is enormous, but if ever there were a time that the world needed journalists, reporters risking their lives to tell these stories to tell the truth it's now, without a free press, the autocrats win, we will redouble our efforts to honor these colleagues and all reporters in harm's way tonight. Jennifer Griffin, live at The Pentagon. Your feelings or our feelings tonight, Jennifer, thank you. You know, when I saw that it was a couple of journalists from Fox News, I wondered how long it would take for somebody to disparage Fox News.

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Russia Ukraine War Animal Shelter-Shelter Intro an

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Russia Ukraine War Animal Shelter-Shelter Intro an

"While refugees keep crossing into Poland from Ukraine an organization has set up a shelter for pets stranded in the chaos of war this is Taurus foundation and Sasha Winkler giving these animals a home nobody think about it the everybody thing alive from anybody the same life as a human they're getting help from volunteers like Sonya Mortensen dissing cleaning and helping the talks she says these animals are very stressed some of them are a street dogs to have never been in human hands and other ones are family dogs and that is just left and sometimes with a letter and but the ride we hope we can find out dogs and cats again can you very emotional because this is Winkler says it's the same case with pets as people escaping war supplies are hard to find the one thing August food and cat food because around the world that Iraqi will so does nothing of this volunteers are also supplying food to deliver to animals in Ukraine I'm a Donahue

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No. 8 Purdue rallies past Indiana 69-67 to end 2-game skid

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

No. 8 Purdue rallies past Indiana 69-67 to end 2-game skid

"Eric Turner scored seventeen points to Sasha's to fan of each added fifteen to help number eight Purdue rally past arch rival Indiana sixty nine sixty seven Zaki added ten points eleven rebounds as the Boilermakers snapped a season high two game losing streak the Hoosiers lead fifty six fifty two with just under seven minutes left before Purdue scored seven straight the fan of H. had a go ahead three pointer with five ten remaining savior Johnson led the Hoosiers with eighteen points and a career high twelve assists but his half court heave to win it with point three seconds left was an air ball I'm D. fairy

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Stefanovic leads No. 4 Purdue past Northwestern 80-60

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Stefanovic leads No. 4 Purdue past Northwestern 80-60

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"sasha" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

05:27 min | 4 months ago

"sasha" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

"Absolutely. That's loud. And it's always eavesdropping on that self talk. So if somebody is racing on the perfectionism or the people pleasing for that treadmill, what and they can relate to this conversation as they're listening, watching this. What would your advice be? Because I think people know if you tell them that they actually have to give up their sovereignty or their agency when they make excuses or when they see themselves more as a victim that they don't take responsibility for their thoughts or how they feel, but yet the same thing with a lot of the work in self help, people will know what to do, but they don't do it. Exactly. Or they try everything and they still unhappy for some reason. This is amazing. So doctor Heinz, what would I challenge everybody to take a screenshot of this? And to post it online, what can you want to ask them if they're going to post something online and tag which social media, the Instagram? Yeah, at DR essay SHA HAI and Z so at doctor Sasha Haines, yeah. Amazing. So tag, doctor how to tag myself so we get to see it. And then what do you want them to post? Maybe we could ask them a question or challenge them to do something. I mean, I think the biggest question always is, you know, allowing yourself and this is where having a journal or some place that you write when you get to that place of just can't move forward or you feel stuck. We all have that we all have moments where that happens. What is the big bad terrible fear? What's the big bad terrible assumption that you're making? And it doesn't and don't worry if it doesn't sound very grown up. It's not. It's going to sound like a 5 year old, right? They're not going to like me or I'm going to, you know, I'm going to destroy my career. None of it's rational. It's all, you know, they're not evolved. So recognizing, what is the big bad, terrible fear that you're assuming is going to happen and that's what has you and its grips. So the first thing is and once you know what that is, you know, if I can't write this piece, then I'll never be a writer. I'll never be taken seriously or whatever it is. If I blow this presentation, I'll blow my entire career. Once we know what that assumption is, then you can start to get some feedback on it. From trusted individuals from yourself in communities that you're in. And having those vulnerable honest conversations like, does this actually make sense? Probably not. I love that. Thank you so much for being on our show. So much fun to talk to you. We'll do it again. All right, awesome. Once a double your brain speed and memory power, if you'd like to learn rapidly and get ahead faster, I'd like to give you my brand new quick brain accelerator program. You will discover exactly what I teach my clients to learn, read, and remember anything in half the time. There is no charge as my gift to you for being one of our subscribers that's KW, IK, brain dot com or simply text the word podcast to 9 one 6 8 two two 72 46 and we'll send you a direct link that's 9 one 6 82 brain. Growing up struggling with learning challenges from a childhood brain injury, it's been my life's mission to help you have your very best brain so you can win more every single day. Now, one more quick brain, here are four ways to fast track your results and lock in, which you just learned into your long-term memory. Remember fast, FAST. The F stands for Facebook. You're not alone on this journey. I invite you to join our free private online group. Dairy could connect with me, your fellow brain lovers, links to resources, and even submit your questions for me to answer in future episodes. Go to quick brain dot com that's kwik brain dot coffee a stands for apply. Hacked on what you learned today. Remember, knowledge is not power. It's potential power. It only becomes power when you use it. So use what you just learned. The S stands for subscribe. Don't miss the next episode in other free brain training. And finally, the T stands for teach. You want to learn faster now? The key is to lock it in right away by teaching it to someone else. When you teach something, you get to learn it twice. Here's a simple way to do that. Leave a review on iTunes. Leave a review with your biggest takeaway from this episode. You could also post and share this podcast on your social media. It helps us spread our mission of building better, brighter brains. And of course, tag us to our team to properly thank you. Hashtag quick frame, kwik brain, mine is at Jim quick kw K on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. So, what does fast stand for? Facebook, apply, subscribe, teach. I'll see you on our next episode of quick brain, until then, remember, you are faster and smarter than you.

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If You're Not Prepared to Think Biblically, Be Careful

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 7 months ago

If You're Not Prepared to Think Biblically, Be Careful

"And if you're not prepared to really think biblically in the power and the wisdom of the Holy Spirit, be careful because the enemy wants to use scripture against God. He did it when he quoted scripture in the wilderness to Jesus. So I just want to challenge my fellow Christians and conservatives. Be careful because people's real lives are at stake, whether it's the Jew that's being hunted by the Gestapo, whether it's somebody like Sasha, suffering in a Ukrainian orphanage or whether it's the innumerable Americans and people around the world who are suffering horribly because Biden is ostensibly the president of the United States. Be careful. Let's use a real example Eric. For example, French, again, David French, a writer formerly of national review, and now with the dispatch, here's a guy who postures as a conservative Christian who's who's arguments in his articles are rooted in scripture. This is the claim. He of stated very clearly that he hoped Biden would win the election. And then recently, he wrote an article to comfort Christians who are concerned about the very real possibility that the Hyde amendment, which prevents an additional 50,000 abortions a year that the Biden amendment is excuse me. The Hyde amendment is now imperiled. And so you're going so on the one hand, you have you have told the Gestapo that you have Jews in your basement. And now you're ringing your hands and saying to everyone, now listen, I know that this looks really grim and it looks bad because heading into the basement with their machine guns, but hey, God is sovereign. And this kind of stuff is simply

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"sasha" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

What Book Hooked You?

03:33 min | 9 months ago

"sasha" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

"I had a very strange dream when i was working on. This book could like a year or two ago of the which of haxhi haven which school that exists in the book and it was the which haven in nineteen sixty and things were kind of like weird and colty very late like all these girls in white dresses. Flower crowns like dancing around a maypole theory. Midsummer ask and some part of me likes the idea of exploring hoekstra haven through the ages. We will see if that happens. I have no plot beyond that weird dream of these creepy girls in their way dress excellent. Well let's wind things down as we do. I ask you a few questions. The first one being. What is your favorite movie. That's based on a book. Think probably the two thousand five pregnant with mainly anything that achieves what a really good movie adaptation should achieve that it feels like the source material without being a wrote retailing. I'm also a sucker for a man in suspenders. They're really good. Music could Within the jane austen retailing genre also clueless i think is a perfect movie retailing. Of course it's a retelling of emma by jane austen. See i love. Jane austen retelling next question maybe targeted at your pretentious high school classic carrying self. Is there a book or a series. You're willing to admit you've either never read or never finished i. It's not a particularly pretentious. Answer maybe i should think of a better one. My answer for this question is the series of unfortunate events. Books which i wanted to love so deeply is kind of a sad weird kid. I really love meal. Game in core line was a favorite book for a long time. And so the idea. I love when when children's authors don't talk down to children when they allow them to be kind of sad and weird. Because i think a lot of kids are so i wanted so desperately to love it. My cousin went to prom with the author of the book..

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Does the Deep State Exist?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:04 min | 10 months ago

Does the Deep State Exist?

"Does the deep state exist amount. Amelia's i think we've solved this one. I mean all of your guests. Yes obviously it does and I mean we look at. We're seeing it talk about deep state back to the thing. We started this conversation with arnold environment. I mean to dishes. Stanley one of them who actually tries to get a president removed because he was disturbed by what his president was doing and it was his duty to defend. Not just what is president was doing. What is president was what the president he was supposed to be. Serving was doing to this man's home country that he happens to be allowed to wear was born. That's clear for those who forget alexander. Sasha in was born in the ukraine and more than once was offered the position of secretary of defense of the ukraine as a serving colonel in the us army very very strange but then of course his new buddies with this person. Screw your freedom. So the deep state it does exist. She seen it. She has fought it for several years inside the trump

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"sasha" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

03:26 min | 10 months ago

"sasha" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"From npr and wnyc coming to you from the bell house in beautiful brooklyn new york mitts. npr's our puzzles word games and trivia. Asked me another. i'm jonathan colton. now here's your host. oh faira eisenberg. Hello everybody thank you jonathan. All right let me tell you what's going on. The shows jam packed. It is jim jim much show. We've given too much entertainment already. We have not one but two special guests from the new movie crazy. Rich asians aquafina is going to be and the winner of paul's drag race season nine. Sasha velour is i gotta say those are two awesome stage names but they do not hold a candle to my stage name. Oh fear eisenberg did you guys see ocean's eight yeah if you haven't seen it of course. Oceans aid is the all female version of that heist franchise. And i think we kind of an important step in gender equality right now. Little girls can grow up watching that and they can think okay. Maybe i can't become president. But i can become a pickpocket or swindler or a hustler. You know if. I play my cards right. Maybe i can grow up to be a criminal. And then i can become president It's summer. I don't know this is a tropical season. I've been thinking about this Actually all of my female. Comedians have jokes about the new york. Summer streets and getting catcalled. And i got to tell you i. I don't have to deal with that. I don't get catcalled. Ever i well okay i did get. I got picked up at a bar last week. I got hit on with a very weird line. I was at this bar in the sky. Leaned into me and he just went. Hey you seem like a really good multitasker typing on my phone and reading a book like trying to be like. Don't talk to me. And he would not let go. He was like a bit. You have a really beautiful work life balance. I don't really want to date you but do you offer coaching. And i was so screwed up by it. I had sex with them. All right. you guys are awesome. Let's get the show starters. Our first game is called historical tweets. Hey jonathan ju- member when richard. Nixon tweeted tricky. Dick energy to he only got one leg and it was some spiro. Agnew meter contestant i up hannah margolin you work at a walk in free resource center in brooklyn high So when you ring in. We're going to hear this. Your opponent is denise yacht suck you work for a company that makes telescopes and microscopes..

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Ecuadorian court revokes citizenship for Julian Assange

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Ecuadorian court revokes citizenship for Julian Assange

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an Ecuadorean court revokes the citizenship for Juliana Sasha Ecuador has revoked the citizenship of wikileaks founder Julian Assange he received Ecuadorian citizenship in January twenty eighteen as part of a failed attempt to make him a diplomat to get him out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London Sandra native of Australia spent seven years inside the embassy trying to avoid extradition to Sweden to face allegations of rape and sexual assault the song has been held in London's high security Belmarsh prison since April twenty nineteen after being arrested for skipping bail seven years earlier in a separate case Saanjh is under indictment in the US on espionage charges related to wikileaks publication of thousands of leaked military and diplomatic documents hi Mike Rossio

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The (De)Colonizing of Beauty With Sasha Sarago

TED Talks Daily

02:20 min | 11 months ago

The (De)Colonizing of Beauty With Sasha Sarago

"Today i would like to talk to you about beauty and how. We've got it all wrong when it comes to our perceptions of women particularly aboriginal women but before i do i would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land in which i stand upon the gotta go people of the urination. I pay my respects to the elders past present and emerging and give thanks to our ancestors who guide and protect us. It was nine hundred ninety. And i was pumped was off to my first birthday party just before i hit the terrible teams no chaperone in. No brady's sister to tag along so she could snitch. I had my cute little outfit on gift in hand. And i was hoping that this little cutie that i liked would show up and i was hoping that this little cutie would ask me this one question. You know that question. That makes you hot. Beat right out to chest. Do you wanna be my girlfriend. Even though i had no business having a boyfriend at that age but it didn't matter because back then it was all about the rush. I never did get asked that question but the question i did get asked was what should background and like any proud. Aboriginal child would declare. I'm aboriginal given the reaction of the room. Being aboriginal was clearly a dirty word and at the tender age of eleven. I was told by my best friend's adult system that i was too pretty to be aboriginal by this time. My mouth is dry. My blood is boiling. And i'm trying so hard to fight back. What feels like an ocean of tears. I calmly joined my circle of friends and begin to fake laugh. At whatever is funny to mass. My embarrassment as i clutch on to my new found complex.

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"sasha" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"sasha" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"The lady who keeps hope alive. Hope she doesn't so sasha talk to me so the reason why they know is because bethany has the most ginormous ego. And i can't imagine her coming back all the crap. She's talked about the show. She thinks she's too big for the show. So i hope she doesn't come back all right and she also talked the crap after she left the last time and then came back. That's that's a good point. Daddy makes a very good point. No kitten coming up. Kim yam right. Well there you go you win some you lose on. Who could bring her out at the reunion. Maybe like okay. That's the thought. Lacrima cat said everyone is loving kathy on beverly hills and wondering why she hasn't been on all these years. Are there other women that you think should absolutely be a housewife by now. And if so who. We've discussed marlow endlessly anyone else. Besides marlow the that comes to mind getting the guy sheridan do we get nicolette. Sheridan all and also. Heather locklear a long rumored housewife. Which would be a yes it would bring on one on one of ourselves friends that she brought i m bringing. Yes by the way sloppy. Joey wants to you feel about how they're slapping. Kelly dodd with a lawsuit and the apologies. She was forced to make iconic or not classic. Heather and kelly loved up our i. Nobody looks forward to bingeing. Bravo more than these four. But for this next part. I'm going to ask them to take a look back for a segment called back that show all right. Was that a banana on that tv. You will each have ten seconds to make the case for a pass bravo. Show that you'd like to see. Make a comeback..

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Haiti Police Arrest Third Suspect With U.S. Ties in President's Assassination

Morning Edition

01:20 min | 11 months ago

Haiti Police Arrest Third Suspect With U.S. Ties in President's Assassination

"And I'm Sasha Pfeiffer, A team of U. S. Security officials has landed in the Haitian capital of Puerto Prince this after Haiti's president Juvenal Luis, was assassinated by a hit squad in his home last Wednesday. Haiti's interim prime minister asked the U. S for help with the investigation into the murder. He's also asking for U. S troops to help protect the country's ports, airports and key infrastructure. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said. That request is being reviewed here. He is on Fox News Sunday. I don't know that we're at a point now where we can say definitively that our national security is being put at risk by what's happening there. But clearly we value our Haitian partners. We we value, stability and security in that country, and that's why we want to send a team down there to help them get their arms around exactly what happened. And what's the best way forward. NPR's Jackie Northam has been following developments as they unfold. She joins us now and and Jackie. Haitian authorities have arrested a third person with US ties as a suspect in the assassination. Could you tell us more about that? Sure, yes. Haiti's national police chief held a press conference last night and he said the man they have arrested is a Haitian born doctor who is based in Florida. The police chief said the man arrived in Haiti on a private plane in June and had arranged her. Hire some of the mercenaries who were involved in the president's killing, and that this was all part of a broader plot for this

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Susan Choi Reads Jennifer Egan

The New Yorker: Fiction

02:01 min | 11 months ago

Susan Choi Reads Jennifer Egan

"Hi susan. hi so What made you choose this story by jennifer egan to re today. You know a couple of things. One is just that i love the story. And it's so rewards. Rereading i've not just been rereading the straight at teaching it for years now and my students always really connect with it but the other thing is that i i had a feeling it would be really fun to read aloud and it was. The story is about a troubled young woman who steals from other people and is trying to cope with that situation through therapy. Would you think it is in the story that your students connect to they. All is admire the brilliant structure the way in which jennifer egan really enables us to inhabit sasha through especially her description of the objects that tech tilleke and the deliciousness of these objects so my students really admire the writing on the artistry so much but i think also the story speaks to them because it feels really contemporary to them. Because i think this experience of somebody who's broken in this way of it isn't immediately visible but that's really really deep. You know for better and for worse a lot of them really understand that the story was originally written as a standing story and eventually it became the opening chapter of egan's novel. Visit from the goon squad. Did you read it first in the magazine or in the book i read it i in the magazine and then read it in the book and thought it was so remarkable that it was able to function brilliantly. Both by itself and as as the opening of that novel. It's that's not always true. I mean i've. I've loved a lot of stories that then ended up being incorporated into books and thought. Oh i kind of wish the story had remained on its own and in the case of this one it. It is brilliant in both contexts When i teach it usually my students haven't encountered it in the novel and They don't need the novel but it's like an extra bonus to them. Usually a lot of them go on to read it

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Interview With Author, Sasha Issenberg

The Book Review

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Author, Sasha Issenberg

"Sasha is and joins us now. From santa monica california he is the author of several books including the sushi economy globalization and the making of a modern delicacy the victory lab the secret science of winning campaigns outpatients the astonishing new world of medical tourism and his new book the engagement america's quarter-century struggle over same sex marriage. Sasha thanks for being here thanks pamela. Let's start with something that probably not a lot of your readers will know but you know very well and i know which is that. This book was supposed to come out a full year ago. In june twenty twenty and it was one of those books that was delayed by the covid pandemic but maybe delayed the most. What was that like. It was tough so it got delayed three times in the last year. And i think some of that was in the spring. It was a marketing consideration that with bookstores closed and no live events. A lot of publishers held their books back and then it was supposed to come out last september. And by that point it was sort of a manufacturing problem as best i gathered. Publishers can actually get the books out of warehouses because people were sick. I learned the hard way that book publishing facilities are basically like meat. Packing plants with with wood pulp. So i had a lot set up last fall. And i had to put it all on hold and here i am must be a big relief if nothing else it is and you know. It was pretty cautious in writing this book of understanding that this was a topic where it was possible events in the news could affect it and tried to write it so that when it came out it would be current and i think there was some possibility that things can happen over the last year. That would change that dynamic and they really haven't in a significant way which is which is useful.

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"sasha" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"sasha" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Your question sasha god i know have a smaller question about about what about where they buy any of that stuff. You don't want it. It turns out it's not a good place like the question. The question is from that. Like if any of you. And i actually wants to hear like from sony and mads as well if any of you had any like weird or unexpected jobs before you'll your current ones. I would absolutely love to know that that would be amazed sauna where this job. Well i mean. I think honestly. I think this is my weirdest job i would say. That's no every other job. I've i've had very normal jobs. I worked at burger king. I worked at the hollywood bowl and you know worked in offices but nothing is cool as porn or a diamond mine but this. Yeah this i think would be my most interesting job now quarterly. You had an interesting past and you're a man of many many faces. I'm not proud. I mean on top of being talking trash can. I once flew regularly first class to accrue points for a company that found a loophole with the airline. So they would just pay me fifty dollars to fly from here to like san francisco three times a day to get on. Get right back off. Get on again job. God that company that was paying fifty dollars. A flight was getting somehow earning more in frequent flyer miles than it was to pay me fifty dollars. The whole thing was obviously shady. He's young needed the money. All my story start cool. I don't think i've mentioned on the podcast. But the weirdest job. I ever had was in nineteen eighty-five friend of mine's father worked for a radio station. And i was visiting him and there. He was in charge of having a big parade for the town. This was in rhode island and the friend's father said okay. We're having a michael jackson look-alike because it was you know thriller was huge. So michael jackson look-alike is coming and he's going to be part of this parade. He's the guest of honor and security. The fake michael jackson so he gave us security shirts. I remember bright. Yellow security shirts can ask a question fake security to look like no so he was saying that your job is to really protect person.

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"sasha" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"sasha" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"High and everything like yes no one singing high white to me. Yeah you're right. I i did wonder how you could afford that giant team mug. It's made of lake. It's made of diamond but it's yes we ever tempted to if i worked at a diamond mine. It's very tempting is thinking the same thing like oh. There's a diamond diamond there and it fits in my ass. I stir it too. I was thinking the same. Mr is about what it is you. I would first of all i would try to find like a few other options to hide it before i get to the choice. Actually i've been through this. It's the best place trust me. No i'm not talking for comfort or anything but if you really wanna walk out of there with a diamond or any other object of putting it in storing it. I'm just gonna be graphic in your anus. Is the right way to go. I stole an alarm clock. This is a true story. I still want alarm clock. It was an fm alarm clock and it actually had a cd player built into it and it took me forty minutes to get it up in there but when i walked out and it go off while it was so while you were trying to escape it was almost out the door through the sliding doors when the song by to started to play because that was the district was in there and they start to chase me and i was running very opera. Because it's a big. This is a big boom boxes. Sasha this also. I was kind of running but kind of waddling and then he aha song. A gun me was playing out my take on me..

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"sasha" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"sasha" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"That the. I see this may be a little indelicate. And maybe even creepy. But let's say the girlfriend passes away. Are you then allowed to start seeing other characters romantically. Absolutely s cited about that. I'm suspecting foul play. Yeah maybe you're the one that said. Oh go into that that little cave over there. Just go in there and she said why. Oh just go. I think i left my cell phone in there and go check it out. Like i can't say that never happened but she's asleep mel so i can say whatever i want. This is great. But the thing i love about this podcast is really getting to the truth. He murdered his girlfriend in the dandy reality so that he could you know what was it a who were you bewitched by. There was a another character that you interested in well which sexy sorceress says. I love sorceress. Where tiger person with us who was super he s a whole lot of different styles high like where tiger she turned could be tighter that runs a warehouse fans. What very tired. It's like there's a lot of room here. Oh by the way growl by the way sits dry storage. We have humidity control and by the way per hour mike character actually wasn't toback. See toback cr like these people the so we were like actually a great match because my character was this like humanoid cats and she was aware tiger so and my girlfriend's character was a human so like no. Thanks very would mean girlfriend would understand if you said look. I have to leave you for this. Where tiger yeah you know and think of all the storage options we would have. We can sort of take from your bed. Sasha java question for me. Is there any way i can help you. Yes actually i do have a question so i have been interesting like job path so like job. History used to actually work on the diamond mine for like a month. Where was the diamond. Mine luis soto. It's in south africa. The south african diamond. yes and before. That was just a summer internship. With what is the more here over here. You know they they get coffee at a talk show or something. You're in diamond mine in south africa. Yes i was working as an interpreter. I have to clarify like wasn't out there with a pickaxe high and everything like yes no one singing high white to me. Yeah you're right..

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Sachin & Babi co-founder Babi Ahluwalia on the pandemic's impact

The Glossy Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Sachin & Babi co-founder Babi Ahluwalia on the pandemic's impact

"I sit down with bobby. She is the co founder and creative director of sasha and bobby and also co founder of the newly launched the good cloth company because i linked sasha and bobby with formal evening wear. I wanted to ask bobby about necessary. Pivots since the start of twenty twenty. Plus i wanted to know how she and session. Her husband pulled off the launch of a second brand mid pandemic welcome. Bobby hi thank you for having me So yeah it's kind of fortuitous. How we are here in the strange time by trying to make the most of what we have our brand of course was a elevated eveningwear line and over the course of time for the last three years. We have been actually looking at the business. Say how we can scale it how we can actually make it a little bit more. You know kind of all things occasion whether it's day all evening so that a deliberate attempt was made by ass. Wanna say by this twenty nine hundred so went so we had started that any way Luckily we used our website to showcase of you know whether you would soon be clothing during the day with its for luncheon or whether it was for a meeting all whether it would be a day wedding so so that graduates shift had actually started internally from us a end of thousand eighteen early twenty nine hundred anyway and i think the pandemic helped us to push it little faster so that was important to us and we see a lot of data come through our website. We see a lot of data. Come to our church that actually is responding to the run We get because there was the demand mean last year was a disaster for all of us because all of us were told not going anywhere on so we actually internalized that. Actually you know The talk was always there. We kind of put it into action. Twenty nineteen but we did. We added more Silhouettes designed details and all of that for this spring. On was that is brandon the entire entirely. You know where you have day viewed fabrics like linen. That never used in the past. We used we consciously made the The citizens of buying fabrics and producing them in that particular place. For example. If you bought the linens from we would make them in robotics. If you buy this caused from china we would make it in vietnam so we deliberately internally started You know thinking that it's better to buy local wherever it is from denim board as opposed to mind fibers from vietnam shipping them to india. It's just the freight the back and forth off it. I think all things that we were thinking of as a brand anyway over the years we had to put into play last year and this year so it all kind of came full circle now and i feel. This is a resurgence rebuffed for brandon. Away so They will at least Bobby announced that you look at the site and you look at the brand followers or the influencers sneeze whoever owned. They're kind much more broader than what we had in the past.

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Sasha Johnson: Man, 18, Appears in Court Over Activist's Shooting

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Sasha Johnson: Man, 18, Appears in Court Over Activist's Shooting

"With conspiracy to commit murder in the shooting last weekend of a high profile black lives matter, activist Sasha Johnson remains hospitalized in critical condition. China's space agency says it successfully

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Black Lives Matter Activist Sasha Johnson Shot, in Critical Condition

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Black Lives Matter Activist Sasha Johnson Shot, in Critical Condition

"An activist who has played a leading role in anti-racism demonstrations in britain was in a critical condition in london hospital on monday. After being shot the taking the initiative party said sasha johnson who played a leading role in black lives matter protests last year was shot in the head sunday police and a friend said did not appear to be talkative attack. Though the party said johnson had received numerous death threats related to her activism. The party said johnson was a strong powerful voice for our people and our community. The metropolitan police force officers were called the reports of gunshots in south london just before three. Am on sunday. Police said the shooting took place near a house where a party was taking place. Detectives have appealed for witnesses and have not made any rests like other countries. Britain has faced an uncomfortable reckoning with race since the death exactly a year ago of george floyd a black american the knee of a. Us policeman in may twenty twenty that sparked anti racism protests around the world. Large crowds at black lives matter protests across the uk called on the government and institutions to face up to the legacy of the british empire and the country's extensive profits from the slave trade. Johnson was a speaker at rallies last summer and is a leader of the newly founded black black-led taking the initiative party

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Cable Car Plunges to the Ground in Italy, Killing at Least 14

BBC World Service

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Cable Car Plunges to the Ground in Italy, Killing at Least 14

"As it approached a mountain summit beside Lake Majority Hikers nearby were quoted as having heard a hissing sound immediately before the crash, adding to suspicions that a cable supporting the car snapped. There are reports that a prominent black lives matter. Activists in Britain, Sasha Johnson,

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Why Children of Immigrants Experience Guilt

TED Talks Daily

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Why Children of Immigrants Experience Guilt

"Hello sasha welcome. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to be here. I'm so excited to be speaking with you. So you are a mental health therapist and training and the founder of bronco therapy a community. You started to allow the children of immigrants to speak openly about mental health issues and one team. I've noticed in the content. You share is a guilt frequently experienced by people with immigrant parents in you talk more about that guilt. There's definitely a relationship between being a child of immigrant. Parents living in the west and experiencing guilt Children of immigrants are often straddling two cultures known as bicultural straddling. And there's often this expectation to make our immigrant parents sacrifices in choices for coming to this country worth it. Many children of immigrants feel chronic sense of guilt for letting their parents down for not being enough for being. Too american for seeming ungrateful. There's also the sense of reiver's guilt or this guilt of growing healing accessing resources opportunities that maybe our parents didn't have or our family and other parts of the world don't have access to do so. Many children of immigrants may have grown up being responsible for their parents as well. You know if we think about an immigrant's journey to the west they may not speak english well so a lot of children of immigrants may act as a translator may help pay the bills may help take care of younger siblings so caretaking and we know that emigrating and immigration can lead to a lot of family and generational conflict as everyone in the family is is navigating their own acculturation journey you know creating a sense of belonging in the host country so a lot of children of immigrants are often mediators for cultural conflict within their family this responsibility for the well being of our parents whether it's explicitly or implicitly stated can be reinforced over the years as a sense of obligation and it's exhausting. It's a you know. Children of immigrants are often internalizing these beliefs. That they have to be a certain way that they have to act a certain way and then they're out in the world feeling like they're also not enough in the western sense of the of the

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Physicians Volunteer to Help India Amid the COVID-19 Crisis

Reset

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Physicians Volunteer to Help India Amid the COVID-19 Crisis

"It's part of India Cove. It s O s. That's a group of scientists, Clinicians, engineers, policymakers and epidemiologists who are supporting the fight against Cove in 19 in India. Now they're here to talk about their work and how you can help too. Doctor say Joel Tana is a infectious disease physician at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine High Doctor Tana I, Sasha. Thank you for having me and Dr Beneath Aurora is assistant Dean at the Uchicago. Pritzker School of Medicine. High Doctor Aurora. Welcome back. I saw said Thanks for having me back. I'll start with you. Dr. Aurora. When did you Start to become aware of how serious the situation had become. I think probably a few weeks ago. You know, before the images of the mass crematoriums and some of the other really devastating images that we've seen, um, of people dying on the street. Um we, you know a lot of us who are positions of Indian origin, Um, in the United States, and there are many of us are on WhatsApp groups with our families and friends and we were hearing that people were, you know, back home in, you know, families extended. Family in India were getting coded there asking questions. They were struggling to find oxygen. And so that's really when I think many people in the community in that are Indian on de especially physicians of Indian origin. We're hearing about this. Dr Tan out to that point a week ago, you tweeted something similar, You said woke up to the news of another family friend in India lost to the covert 19 pandemic. I know this is an experience that it's so many Indians here in the Chicago area and and across the country. That they've been having, especially in this past week. Yes, exactly. We found out through our WhatsApp groups, probably about two weeks ago that more and more family members and family friends were not only testing positive, but also going to the hospital and passing away. Um, it was really alarming. How Quickly it came on, I would say Even a month ago, people were having normal weddings and engagement parties and life seemed like it was back to normal, and India was a major success story, and it's completely changed. No doctor 10 a year in infectious disease specialist. What do we know that about what is

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"sasha" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"sasha" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"71 everything entertainment. Everything. My. Oh, my, I'm J selects and grant billion for dawn. Kenny's here is well coming up at the top of the eight o'clock hour. We're gonna be joined by a good friend of our show. Sasha Andreev. He will actually be calling in Grant. By the way. Thank you, Sasha. If that name is familiar, Jim just came up about welts ago. Well, what's funny? Lex is I had already booked this before This story happened, just like he had been, and I had been talking to him. He has a new project. Speaking of helping the arts sauces and at local actor Sasha is involved in a great project that he will tell you about and we really want you to help support it. Dot dot dot It Just so happens that we were talking about Sasha. Ah, couple days ago when I reveal that many years ago, I ally revealed to Alexis that I had a little bit of a crush on him. And I decided to open my mouth and blab about it on the radio, and it just so happens that he had a friend listening and I was very sorry. The world I forgot that the show goes over the air. And the reason it's embarrassing is because Sasha's a friend of mine and has been and I've never he never knew. Like all of these years. I've never revealed that when I first met him. Like Alexis can tell you. I looked like that Wolf in the old Tex Avery Warner Brothers cartoons were his eyes pop out of his head like Mama. I think I looked like a silly symphony. I was like Anyway, so I'm sure we will have a good laugh about that. Because Sasha texted me. Like so rumor has it. Rumor has it you? You might have had a crush, I hear. Yeah, that was That was lovely. Let me tell you. That was a That was a great That was a That was a fun conversation, So I believe it was over text rate. Well, yeah, thank goodness. It wasn't a person but now, hey, he'll be on the show and we have to talk about it. It's wonderful, so I'll have a good laugh about it. He's a good sport, and he's a great sports. Yeah, so we'll have him coming up in a little bit. But right now it's one of Alexis's favorite things. If I do it correctly, and that's fun facts. These are True fun facts, not fake.

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"sasha" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"sasha" Discussed on True Consequences

"One first degree murder Mark Daniel Gooch honor between January eighteen, twenty, twenty in. January. Nineteen twenty, twenty intending or knowing that his conduct will cause death with premeditation did cause the death of Sasha Marie Krause in? Violation of all these codes and laws or in the alternative mark. Daniel Gooch honor between January eighteen twenty twenty in January nineteen twenty, twenty acting either alone or with one or more persons committed or attempted to commit kidnapping or in in the course of an in furtherance of such a fence or immediate flight from such a fence. Mark Daniel Gooch or another person did cause the death Sasha Murray crowds. In violation of and there's a bunch of laws that are quoted there. I think that the police at some point thought maybe that Sam was involved in this or maybe somebody else was involved in this but they haven't been able to prove that yet count three kidnapping on or about February twenty first knowingly did restraints krause with the intent to inflict death physical injury or a sexual offense on her or to otherwise aid in the Commission of a felony. And then again, a bunch laws that are listed and finally count four. Mark Daniel Gooch on or about February twenty first without lawful authority knowingly did control Sasha Marie crosses headcovering end her underwear, a value of less than two thousand dollars with the intent to deprive of such property in violation of. All these things, which is a class one misdemeanor that was living I forgot to mention He stole her her head covering, which is something that is pretty important to the women. It was obviously a statement that he was making. By stealing there as well as her underwear. It's terrible statement to make it I. Think it speaks to his disdain for the midnight faith it's speech to his State of mind. and. The motivation of him doing this. It's horrible Tony I agree with you. Yes. She she seemed to live her life in love and didn't deserve this tappan to her in the name of Hate I. Agree with you. There's no indication on where the head covering was found or at least they haven't released that information yet. But they did say that they knew he took it I'm sure more of that information will be released. All right. I followed this case really closely I was kind of sort of on the fringes involved in it by passing out flyers and things trying to find her was some question. After mark was arrested. To exactly who would be pressing charges do you know if it's GonNa, be the state of Arizona or will it be federal or will it be even? Could it be? The. Military. I don't know that they've. Identified that I know that his last hearing was was conducted by the State of Arizona against him and I think that that's where it's going to remain because there was some conversation about Arizona taking because they had the death penalty. In New Mexico and I was I was also thinking that. The. Military would definitely push for the death penalty and so with the feds. So you know anyway he go. Just kind of in a big. Big Role to her yeah well I don't Wanna get ahead of myself here but have some information about the death penalty in about about what's happening with his case in regards to that. But I can tell you that the most recent hearing was the state of Arizona. Marquette Yeah I was just curious scrap soon. Yeah. It'll be interesting to see what happens and who knows. Maybe there still could be. Some you know action on on behalf of the military against him because I know things are different when it comes to being in the military in committing crimes. So it'll be interesting to see how this plays out. Do you think he did it? I. Think it was kind of it was still kinda passionate piece out of practice murderer. So right you know yeah, I think so too I mean it it seems like It'll be really hard for him to get out of this just based on everything that's been laid out. And I'm surprised by how much information has been released by by police in by prosecutors because usually with a case like this, they hold a lot Costa, their best but they seem to be just like out in the open about almost all of it I'm sure they're holding some stuff back but I was really. Surprised at how much information is. Adam dead the right. So there's not. Really, there's no point in holding a lot. In all the. Rats Klatt red handed in on his just thing. Yeah. His his lawyers seem to think that he has a strong defense so it'll be interesting to see what they pull out. When the trial because Maybe they're just talking big but in the arraignment hearing, they got pretty pretty high and mighty in pretty. Had some pretty strong responses so it'll be interesting to see how that plays out Alex says my brothers on the in the Air Force I'm going to ask him if he knows what the military will do in response. He's probably sleeping right now. Yeah. Cool. Yeah. Let me know You can probably find me on twitter or facebook or something and let me know I'd be interested to know about that. All right. So let me get into the current status of the case and then we'll go into some cuny maybe injections GonNa meet you for a second. Because you'll have a little bit of background noise I'm yourself whenever I'm going. To I'm upon if I have much. Okay. Cool. His offense will be interesting I wonder if it's some kind of mental illness or temporary insanity since he lost it, that could be where they're going Yeah. I bet you. You're right killing I could see them going for a insanity plea just because of his intense anger towards the midnight faith that'd be that'd be probably the way that they need to go because the evidence is so strong against him at a hearing in May. Gooch pled not guilty nobody surprised to the charges that were brought against him in court. His attorney argued that he was not a threat to society and that he should be released on bail in the state did not have enough evidence to hold him. However. The judge disagreed and denied the bail request it'd be interesting to know if there were 'cause he did say he was mistreated mistreated by the Mennonites it'd be interesting nobody but like honestly probably not premeditated sounds like it was more impulsive could be yeah it's hard to know his defense argued that it was a first a first defense that he had in the he really didn't have a record and so they should consider that the judge said. nope Nobel sorry. And because this was a first degree offense in Arizona, the case would qualify for the death penalty if the state wanted to pursue the death penalty. They only had sixty days to submit that to the court. This is why the judge said he was ineligible for bail was because the prospect of the death penalty was on the table and if he did get the death penalty. Then, he wouldn't be eligible for bill basically in Arizona just recently. The Sixty Day period passed. In the state did not pursue the death penalty, which now makes him eligible for bail and the judge ruled that he would have a two million dollar cash only bail and this is what the judge said during that trial quote the court does not believe that if the defendant is released or sorry, the court does believe that if the defendant is released the he poses a.

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"sasha" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"sasha" Discussed on True Consequences

"They found fairly quickly and indeed it was across his body. Sasha will be the second body of a missing person from Farmington was found deceased in Arizona and specifically in the Coconino county in a year, a similar to Sasha Craig Covenant went missing on July fourth lived in. Farmington and he was found deceased near Hieber Zona on August fifth in the woods there's no connection to that. It's just kind of a weird coincidence that two people from the same said he went missing and both were found dead in the same county in another state I wanNA talk a little bit about the midnight community. There is a small mennonite community in the city Farmington and in fact there. Are Two minute churches located in the area. Mennonites are peaceful loving and forgiving people is part of their belief system to be peaceful in forgiving. So it's built into their religion in. Here's a quote from the US Mennonite Church website. Quote Mennonites are a branch of the Christian church with roots in the radical wing of the sixteenth century, Protestant reformation part of the group known as Anna Baptists because they. rebaptized adult believers. The minute nights took their name from Menno Simons, a Dutch priest who converted to the Anna Baptist Scape and help lead it to prominence in Holland by the mid sixteenth. Century. Modern Day midnights number about two point two million people worldwide with churches in north and South America Africa. Europe Asia midnights are known for their emphasis on issues such as peace justice simplicity community service in mutual aid. Members of the Mennonite. Church share a Mennonite or anti Baptist perspective on matters of faith. It's how we understand our commitment to the following to following the way of Jesus. Christ. And then these are the tenants of the. Following Jesus in daily life believing this possible to follow. Jesus. has lowered above nationalism. Racism or materialism believe that it's possible to follow Jesus as a peacemaker we believe that we can practice the way of Jesus reconciling love in human conflicts in warfare without having the strikeout, defend ourselves, and they believe that they can live a simple life in service of others as a witness to God's love for the world so I just wanted to share that because. I felt like it was really important to understand. Sasha, was very devout in her faith such a peaceful loving soul according to people who her, and also that was part of her faith was to be peaceful and loving and forgiving, and for something like this to happen to her is pretty horrifying when you think about it I to happen to anybody is horrifying but. For somebody WHO's dedicated their lives to helping others who goes out of their way to be selfless. It's just insane and senseless. Fortunately, the police were able to identify a suspect pretty quickly after the found Sasha's body and after they identified her I'm she did have. DNA on her neck male DNA she also ahead DNA, her fingernails, the belong to a man, and of course, they had the bullet that she was shot with that could be tested. So I just wanted to point those things out. This case is really interesting in the way that. They were able to figure out who did this haven't heard a lot. Of cases being solved this way. And I thought that it was really interesting to learn about. So I'm GonNa talk about some of that. But I'M GONNA. Go into. I who this suspect was using digital forensics police were quickly able to narrow down on one particular individual and his name was mark. Beach Gooch was. At Luke Air Force Base outside of Phoenix. He was raised on a dairy farm in a minute community in Texas. So. If you remember Sasha was also raised in a minute community in Texas. There's been some speculation that they grew up together in the same community. He claims that he didn't like the lifestyle of the Mennonites. In fact, his brother described a disdain or grudge that mark had against the faith mark never became a member of the church mostly because it involved that lengthy process I was talking about of intense studying of the Bible Baptism and then committing your life to Jesus mark claims that he felt like he and his family didn't belong to the. Community. Because his family converted to the faith. Unlike others who were in the community that were raised in it. So he felt like an outsider. He left his parents in everybody that he knew when he was old enough and vowed to live like other people. Like everybody else he wanted to be quote normal. In their reports that like I said Mark New Sasha. but I haven't been able to corroborate that. So I don't know if it's true or not these digital forensics they figure out who he is and they go and find him at the Air Force Base in Phoenix. He's being questioned. He's asked if he knew he was there. His response was, oh, the only thing I can think of is maybe I was driving my motorcycle too fast. The detective informs him that she is investigating a homicide. In asks if he is the millier with the case, of Sasha, Krause. He said I seen it on the news. That's a direct quote. He was asked if he went to Farmington on the night that Sasha appeared in he claimed that he had a he had time for a long drive. Also direct quote. So he decided to drive a flagstaff to the Arizona's Noble Noble which is a ski resort. He drove the snowball. And he found that it was closed. So he decided to keep driving in he drove onto Farmington New Mexico he then claimed that he heard of the Mennonite community there in wanted to go to church service because he was missing the fellowship of the community. This is all in his interview recorded and he described a church located near Emesa with the words lamp in light spilled into the hillside. He claims that he didn't check to see when the services were, but instead decided to drive back Phoenix. All. Right. So this is where it gets really interesting. So cellphone records showed. That mark was in the area of the church. For about two hours. And then his phone show that he was in the woods outside of flagstaff. After midnight. So if you remember in the beginning, we talked about the fact that it's obvious body was found. Near campsite in the woods. North of flagstaff. He claims he arrived on base at two. Am however video surveillance shows his car didn't drive onto the base seven am. So that was one of many inconsistencies that made historic suspicious to detectives. Forensic investigators revealed that there was really only one probable connection to Sasha, because of beaches phone, and this is where it's really fascinating and I think it's mostly due to the remote nature of this. His cell phone. Was the only other cell phone communicating with the same towers as Sasha's at the same act time until her phone dropped off. So that's how they found him, that's how they figured out. He was likely the one responsible for this, which is crazy to me. It's crazy that his cell phone in her cell phone were the only a hit towers number one but number two, they were able to quickly identify who he was because of that. The FBI was involved as well because we're talking about interstate travel. So that immediately brings in the FBI through computer forensic the forensics police were able to dig deeper in they uncovered some messages from marks phone and these messages between mark and his brothers. and. They started to show this interesting pattern. That mark had been surveilling. The.

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"sasha" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"sasha" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"So. Do you to know each other? Okay, so my family and her family were friends way before we were even born, so we were always see to their at family gatherings when we were younger, and then we started getting very close in our teenage years. And that's when we find that. We were identical. Identical yes Indian. D- what was Sasha like as a kid? Sasha was very artistic like I remember when I would see Sasha's especially, because when we were kids, we kind of hated hearing about each other, because our parents were kind of against each other like my mother would always be like Oh. You Know Sasha is doing a plane school in her middle school and high school. And I, and then her aunt, who was had would be like. Oh, well, you know D- Get straight as all the time so. Tired of hearing each other about each other all the time I don't even want to hear, but what we started becoming a little older, and we were forming our own opinions about one another I just remember her being so bad cystic always drawing, always thinking always creating. So loving energy always the first thing you would see when you see especially when she was younger well still. You know as a first impression is. She would always argue she has always like loving, so that was how I remember her as a kid. Sasha! What was do you like? D. was very smart like I. Just knew if you WanNa, know something is I d, Goretti, she. She knew facts all the time, so my aunt was telling me that she has straight as I was very impressed by how young she was, and how she was how she was able to articulate herself and I'm like man animal. He'd been an artsy fartsy and I can't even express myself like she. She can, but. One of the things that I do definitely remember as has a huge heart, and she's just willing to help anybody she she's. She's willing to save everybody and that's one thing I admire about her. She's amazing. Do when you were kids. Did you think that comedy was in the cards for you? I knew that it was going to be in the cards. In some shape or form at come from a very funny family, everyone's always roasting each other. And then my older brother also was very into comedy, and there was one TV how I would have to, but he was watching because there was another option, and he at a very early age I knew about Richard Pryor Eddie Murphy. So I knew that I wanted to do it because. It was something that will show my humor, and also my phone very strongly about something where I wanted to just talk about some recently learned the vile that can be a sluice fast, but if you make it into humor, if you make it funny that everybody wants to listen to it. And Sasha for you know. I didn't think comedy Liz. Ever going to be something that I was going to pursue because I wanted to be a singer. I wants to be the next Whitney. Houston and I didn't like her, but I wanted to make songs and. Just, people were always tell me like you're funny like you're you have a for a funny personality or you not to make jokes, and that also stems from my family, because we don't know how to be serious and if anything. That's. Dramatic happens in the family. We always tend to figure out what's funny, but they also put me onto Dave Chapelle Eddie Murphy and all these. Great giants that I look up to these these days you know.

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"sasha" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"sasha" Discussed on KCRW

"Sasha and held the drugs that killed her she hated needles she was found in a car in the parking lot of a seafood restaurant off I. ninety five the detective on the scene happened to be an old high school friend he told me that he thought she had probably used felt sleepy I needed to pull over I just wonder if you knew what was happening did you really just think she was going to take a little nap I don't want to have known it was happening I don't want to have been scared I'm going to be honest here am I going to be honest here maybe I don't want to believe that you deserve my empathy I don't want to look you in the eye because you may not look much different than my sister you may be sick getting to get high just to maintain some equilibrium you may have been a friend I may have even met you you may have caller such you may have loved her god help you if you left her to be fair my sister dealt to as I was writing this to you my husband offered me a gentle reminder of this fact it was mainly so she could use as long handed dissonance of traction in the back of our day book with people's initials how much the owner paid her how much she owed and paid in return is chump change really written a few times as me free drugs were her pay this is not high rolling dealing this was survival when my husband reminded me that my sister was dealing to I quickly defended her yeah but she never killed anyone he said again gently you don't know that I was stunned it's true I didn't know that the fact is she could have killed someone my worst fear when she was alive was that she would be driving around high and kill someone the idea for killing someone kept me up at night I often thought about having.

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"sasha" Discussed on Ignition Point

Ignition Point

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"sasha" Discussed on Ignition Point

"And so all of us should be working to execute on our dreams. It's not about what you feel like doing. It's about doing what you know you need to do because it's going going to help benefit your life. That's what it's about it's not about. Oh I'm just going to do this because it's comfortable. Comfort is going to stop a lot of us from achieving our goals. But start when things things start with two things. Don't go and try to do everything all at once. Your solution your resource. Your next opportunity is right there. Look around look at the people in your circle. The kid your email list look at what it is that you have and find your solution because I promise you. It's therefore you let me start by giving a big. Thank you to Sasha's Simmons for contributing to this week's show her stories emphasize how important it is to be resourceful. Especially when you've got big ambitious goals. I think one of the most important takeaways is that thinking resourceful doesn't just come into play when shit hits the fan. It's a skill that can serve you when you're planning when you're on track and even when you're forced out of your comfort zone when it comes to setting goals you shape your objective by making it specific acidic measurable attainable relevant and timely. But think about those key results gave you tortured shaving your objective when you're determining those key results in the planning process process. Assess yourself your surroundings your network and your existing tools. Do you have strength that you can tap into in a peer or colleague. Colleague possibly lend you their strengths if you ask them for their help. Is there some sort of tool that you might have the. You're not making use of. Is there an APP for that. If you discover untapped happed resources from answering those questions find a way to incorporate them into your written key results. When you're about to tackle another result you'll be prepared to take action and make use of that resource in the moment? Personally I like to set out quarterly time to review and reset my goals as a record goal completion also record updates to show progress us in reaching Mikey results because doing so gives me the opportunity to see how close I am to the finish line and how I can accelerate without cutting corners but for every example of where thinking resourcefully comes into play when you're on track. There's probably a dozen examples of why you need to apply skill when all of a sudden your plans careening off the rails. Think of a movie seriously just about any movie does the main character just kick ass and take names the entire time or is there a point in the journey where they've got to take a look around and figure figure out how to get their plan back on track. We see characters across pop culture being resourceful time. Why is that? It's because the screenwriters no that uncertainty uncertainty puts us on edge when the stakes are high. But here's the kicker the stakes are sky high in the real world you are both the screenwriter and the main character character on the road to achieving your goals. So there's no better time to start making the most of your resources so this week. Take the time to evaluate your goals. If they're not detailed eldest built around okay ours make your objectives specific measurable attainable relevant and timely and then think resourcefully to determine the key results Zolt can push you in the direction of your objective if you enjoyed hearing from Sasha. Please take a second to connect with her on twitter and instagram. Her handle is at the Sasha's Simmons and if you want to learn more about Sasha and her work you can also check out. SASHA SIMMONS DOT COM for easy access to all those links extra resources in more check out this episode show notes up a decisive leap dot com slash. Ignition point. If you're fired up about raising the bar for your personal brand or you want to develop a comprehensive brand strategy for Your Business in the New Year let's connect I help individuals and businesses to make the most of their brands. And I'd love to help with yours to reach me directly and discuss your next leap forward. Just send an email to Stephen and decisive leap DOT COM. You can also use that email to tell me what you think of the show but now you can also leave a review by going to rate this podcast dot com slash ignition point. I appreciate all of your thoughts feedback and suggestions but please be sure to follow the show wherever your podcast to be notified every Monday when new episodes so's drop well that's going to it for this episode so stay motivated and keep moving forward. If you put in the hard work right now. One day you could be the one motivating the world with your story. Sorry I'll look forward to speaking with you next time on another ignition point. Now get on out there and win the week..

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"sasha" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"sasha" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Honoring of her animal. Brethren Sasha is also an animal healer and intuitive particularly helping helping animals and their guardian face that sacred transition when it is time for their beloved animals to walk across the Rainbow Rainbow. Bridge this is the second segment with Sasha and continuing our discussion from the first part. WELCOME SASHA I hey. I'm so glad that you're here. That finally after months and months how to navigate and merge into this current of wealth breath into this energetic current of it is there other people are getting it. I'M GONNA find that tractor beam of energetic affluent. What do you mean by that? It's an energy. We look at things energy. It's all energy. Yeah Yeah so what is it that you want me to tell what I mean. Yes what which. Well you said a tractor being tractor being well what do you mean by that. Okay got it. I mean if we look at the fact that there are thought forms and there are layers of consciousness and there are focused focused energy high ways of a particular theme of a particular message collective consciousness of something. I'm just saying saying that. Let's let's say that those con- those connected and those concentrated thoughts become like a highway of energy a a tractor beam of energy. It's kind of like a radio or even a TV. Yeah and you then tune into a dial you dial into so so so so I understand what you're saying so then you can change that frequency you say tractor beam now. I mean that that's kind of an intense chance statement to me. I'm just trying to. I mean it's easy when you're practiced to change that frequency in a takes discipline to do that but explain I mean I'm trying to break this down for the viewers. I'm with you. Break it down around here which is keep going so here. We have this concentrated thought form of knowing the wealth is there we know it. So let's just assume around us. Yeah so let's just assume that it's there somewhere on the ethers then with with our intention and our attention to find that whether or not we do is another story. Okay we have to at least start with the intention of knowing that it's there absolutely and it's no different than driving your car and merging onto a lane of highway Okay that's a good metaphor metaphor. Yeah definitely so it has to start with a intention. And then we have to use our logical digital analytical. Mind to study to prepare to channelize. He's yeah to assess how to get onto that highway and it's just it's it starts in your mind it starts with intention. Yeah however the mind in terms of all the analysis part that I was just talking about the left prenatal the left brain activity pretty much has to do with you preparing pairing yourself to be able to act once you find that tractor beam know what it looks like when it's coming right bye bye you and also to be able to maintain yourself in that tractor beam hence people who don't do that are the ones that when the extraordinary amounts of money in the lottery and they lose it. They hurt themselves things happen. We're ready for prepared. So my saying saying what I'm saying is to work on all levels to work on the intention. What I call the infrastructure I teach my clients about establishing the infrastructure her of beliefs decisions self image subconscious programming to get that inner ground prepared appeared and then you also have to act and that's all that analysts? You don't acted another nothing's GonNa Happen. You're going to be where you are forever if you don't act that's right. There's a fine line isn't there. There's a fine line between doing doing doing doing doing and then totally letting Ingo and then the magic can happen. Yeah and you know. Part of that is getting through the fear I've had in the last a couple of months I've had to work through some fear myself because looking at taking my show nationally I I had to walk through some fear her and I did it and but it you know it's like that that show and the sand you know it's like her all get that rubs Dr Beth beckwith says the Rub you know and and it polishes it polishes so if we don't grow if we don't have the irritants and the challenges we don't grow given no matter who you are where you are you have to have those challenges. Yeah I know that again I remember my filters are everything is a sole purpose. Half half So when I look at my life where I was ill from early childhood six months old. I almost died of asthma and then other tremendous complications nations. And you've worked through all that I've worked through it it thank you yes it is good. Isn't it. I have a vigil with my how to you know. Have that option to function to act you bill to act on you will healthy to be able to act on your will so that friction of being so sick and bedridden so many times as I was growing up and even my adult years. That's why I became self employed. I was unavoidable. I couldn't hold a job. I couldn't get there on time. My quality of work was not good. So what did I have to go through that challenge to get where you are. Yes I so. So what did I do. I said to myself and my early twenties I have to have my own business and so if we look at this friction model that you're talking about that was it. Yes yes well. I have been an entrepreneur for many many years and I grew up with an entrepreneurial family early and I was a single mom and I had to take care of my daughter so I went back into the corporate world and that was a whole nightmare. They're a total nightmare And that's what actually gave me the impetus to start writing And to heal this whole The whole inequity and unethical and lack of love and Blah Blah Blah in there. Yeah so that's what gave me the impetus to get on this level of where I am so you know. I believe everything we do and go through is is heading towards a a path or or two part of you like you say the sole purpose everything. If you're open is just being open to it you know for those people that are like on the edge or that are just learning. It's like being open to it and then things just start happening. Yeah no I mean. Everything's been happening that unfolds in the perfect device say divine order that you know you're on it right and you can feel it. Ah Yes you know it you feel it. Yes and the tricky part comes when it feels really bad and the things that are going on do not. It feels good and when you talk about that Rub. That's to see if you part of that I think is really. It's really. It's to anchor how strong you are in your belief in what you're doing. Yes that's what that's four. Yes breath it's to help you identify the absence of it to help you identify what it really is and what. It really isn't yes and a to help you put together your strategy your support group your trainings. So that no matter what you do exactly what you said you just get back into the flow and keep going. I mean that's the story of my life absolutely anybody who knows me. That is the story of my life. People people say I am absolutely unstoppable. Well I have out tell you I was about a month ago maybe not. Quite a month ago I woke up. It was early morning and I actually sat up because it was so big enemy my dream and it was like right here in front of me and it said you're unstoppable and it was a big billboard is a billboard and I thought they really beautiful and of course I write down all my dreams unstoppable. It's like wow well here. We are looked we found found each other law the traction so I'm you know I'm an anyone that I can assist in getting. That's I've done my work. Yeah there's no value that you can put on that. I believe that there's no value I mean yet. You have to put a value on it for money but really there's no value because it's that's what healing is all about to get to that next level So Oh I just. I'm just glad you know Grad. I'm grateful I give gratitude every morning and throughout the day sometimes depending on what is going on but gratitude is is extremely important beautiful and giving giving gratitude in advance when you think big and you have big dreams then giving gratitude before it happens As you take those steps to get where you're going you know where your guided or where where it's it's happening. I'm gl- I'm grateful. So you're grateful for the vision. You're grateful for the expectation and it's going to happen and I'm also grateful for what's unfolding because because the steps are happening and yes I've had to work through some fear to get through that but if you don't walk into and through the fear you'll never do any Mhm so I'm just grateful that is all unfolding in happening. Well Hey I applaud you for being a single mom. I think that puts you in a superhuman status. Well I don't know about superhuman but My daughter's twenty three and I was three months pregnant when I when I walked away and I I did it all on my own beautiful. And she's very very proud of her she's still twenty-three and there's still some of the last of the teenage stuff but she's she's got it she's got it all and it's just it's all unfolding. Yeah so but thank you. And it wasn't easy. Oh my God I'm not a human. I'm not a human being mama for baby. Mom and I have tremendous respect act for the role of a parent. Well I wouldn't be who I am today if I hadn't gone through what I've gone through understood. You know I mean I totally had and and this is a blessing. I learned how to totally let go of myself and take care of my daughter when she was you know from up until about fourteen eighteen and then the attitude started changes. Like this is my child. What alien came into her? You know that's part of the autonomy process interesting in your sole purpose PAF. You had a child to help you focus away. Hey from yourself. On my sole purpose path I had all this health and emotional traumas that happened that forced me to who reclaim my physical body and reclaim my physical body and go through what it takes to deal with these kinds of energies. He's and keep coming back home. So you and I came at it from different angles. Some Yeah I I wouldn't have consciously consciously chosen to do it by myself but obviously there it all worked. It's all working So I wouldn't end of. I wouldn't be here doing what I'm doing. If that's why I say everything that unfolds in our life is for purpose..

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"sasha" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"sasha" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"You can play one of our favorite guessing games this that or the other please welcome back your opponent for this game. Aquafina? All right FINA. Sasha one thing rampers and drag performers have in common is awesome stage names. So when this rapid fire game, I'm going to say you name you're just gonna tell me is it a rap name a drag name or the name of an off brand soda. We're gonna go back and forth. So no need to ring in. Let's start with you Aquafina. Yes. Laguna blue blue spelled B O rapid Dame drag name or soda got to be a soda. Like made up of all the other sodas. Yeah. Sounds like actually taste it right now. Drag name. Sparky be sashes sparky be rally. Soda barky. Name rap name is curious. Described as the wacky white boy on the planet. Let's up that set in for a second. Fina. Dr perky. Soda. Yeah. Sasha twist like twist with an odd twist who's. Who? Sounds like a delicious off brand soda. A rap name. Draft soda. Rap..

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"sasha" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"sasha" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"I had this. I have this is my hopeful pick as the best match of the weekend. And that's not to say, I don't want all these others. We talked about to contend. But this I hope reaches its potential, and if it does it's a chance for Oscar to really show what she can do and Becky really show what she can do. I think this does have a chance a good chance to be the best match of a really good weekend of top matches yen that Askin needs to have that moment. Asking to find people. How good she is. And why we were also excited about her being an annex t and coming to the main roster, and and all that. And I think Becky is in the exact right position to allow that opportunity to Oscar and then Ronda Rousey, Sasha banks. The last couple of weeks, especially the last segment on raw, it's too bad. So so few people side, there's a drop off of seven hundred thousand viewers from the first of the third hour they missed out at the end. Maybe there was a surge at the end because I only saw the hour the average but mad. They get me excited about Raanan Sasha Rana's Sasha's pushing buttons getting under Rhonda's skin rod is being held back. I sort of believe there's Rhonda's kind of like not losing track of whether it's a worker not like a little bit which makes which adds a little edge to things because she's so believably agitated I really liked the build up to this. And I'm really looking forward to how they I don't want to just go in and beat Sasha with an arm bar in two minutes because they're short on time stops, it was just a placeholder. I once I should have one way or the other come out of the stronger, even if she doesn't win and I don't expect her to. Yeah. I don't expect you're either. But I think the real value is that we're starting. It said not that dissimilar from Oscars that we're seeing elements of the original legit boss character, the he'll sash. His because that he'll Sasha banks in tea is really what made Sasha banks that version of Sasha banks the one that we saw at the first takeover Brooklyn show and have that amazing match with Bailey that for the first time since she's been on the main roster. That's the character that I feel like we've been seeing over the past couple of weeks. And I think that she's she's coming across. Fearlessly young. And you know, sometimes Sasha banks hasn't sometime Sasha banks has come across as I dunno. Does. She really know what she's doing. And I feel like now she's just found this confidence. And maybe it seeing Becky prosper. She's going like, oh, wait. There is possibility for us here. Like, we can if we can perform at that level, we can perform at that level. And and I think that that she is. And I hope that this is the introduction of of that version of Sasha banks, and this is Rhonda's best chance to have purpose match. Yeah. Casaus that good. Yeah. I agree. The bar MS and Shane what do you expect on this one? Well, like, I said, I mean, I'm not so averse to them is jumping in and winning the Royal rumble. You know, I kind of am thinking that with all the bad guys..

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"sasha" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sasha" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"Up again, why ab- that he goes off? And he just walks off. Everybody starts cracking up. It's like a blooper somehow that's made it out. And it is often for anybody who wants to check that up. So I just wanted to talk about me, gene a little bit. Did. Yeah. Yeah. So speaking of getting opportunities as we're talking about ballor at Royal rumble, our guest today. Right. Who we should probably mention because she's a boss, and she might get hot the fact that she hasn't been mentioned yet. But it's a land of opportunity right now. And that's what it feels like in terms of in Ballard getting shot with Brock listener. And now Sasha banks is working Ronda Rousey at Royal rumble. So we'll talk to that. I can't wait to talk to her about it. I mean, she's super talented, and you know, she's she's kind of been at the forefront of this women's revolution. As far as you know, kinda started the whole whole ball rolling on it. Yeah. Yeah. And it it. I think it's a match that people who've been wanting to see you know, since right came aboard. And it really feels like w is getting in all of the matches. They can with Rousey and this year. Just in case, she's not around for another year, you know, different feel than any other matches that Rhonda's hat at this point. And you know, we'll get into it all with with Sasha and talked about it. But I mean, also she's going to be in the the women's Royal rumble. I mean, she's some big things, and we'll talk a little bit the the women's tact him championship to that's going to be. It's going to be coming up here pretty soon. Yeah. Brother, a lot of stuff a lot of stuff to cover Birdman. So maybe we should quit flapping are gums. And you know, maybe we should get to before we get to Sasha. I'm gonna tell you about the wise company.

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