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Fresh update on "sheila" discussed on Here & Now
"On legal bills instead of on programs for residents. You know, greed is All around this. But we're not going to let that greed. Destroy what we worked so hard to build all these years. There are some legal protections for the tenants, even if a new owner took over the buildings that have to stay affordable for at least 15 more years. But after that things could change. Alden Torch executives declined to comment for this story. In a letter the company says it's trying to maintain the status quo at the South end apartments. But it also claims investors have a right to benefit from the appreciation of property. Senator Wyden says. That's just a complete fabrication. It was Congress's intent. That vulnerable people benefit, not private equity, how they've been able to twist this piece of legislation to say that it was somehow the intent of the Congress to cut a sweetheart arrangement for private equity. No way period full stop. Whiten says He's working on legislation called the Dash Act or decent, affordable, safe housing for all. That would include language to clarify the law and head off these disputes. In the meantime, there's no federal oversight of these imploding partnerships, even for an iris program funded by $8 billion a year in taxpayer money. When these cases landing court judges are serving up a slew of conflicting opinions. That's got housing officials in a handful of states raising red flags here. Sheila Dylan, Boston's housing chief, the idea that Limited partners are Trying to, you know, four sales and make these properties no longer affordable is pretty despicable. Preserving all of our horrible housing in Boston is very important. But it's especially important in neighborhoods such as the south end where property values have risen, and there has been a significant amount of displacement. New York's attorney general has weighed in on behalf of a Brooklyn housing group battling a I G, which declined to comment for this story. And Washington State's housing agency has launched new rules to crack down on what it calls investor schemes.
Fresh update on "sheila" discussed on Morning Edition
"Comes from Lucky and Lucky. California I'm Dave Freeman with a perspective now on KQED on this Monday morning. Gender fluidity in young people compose unusual challenges for adults who support them with more here is Sarah Hoffman, My daughter's friend Jenna was coming over. At least I thought it was Jenna. My daughter is a high school sophomore. She's got a solid group of friends, some of whose gender identities are in flux. Keeping up to date with them has been difficult in the pandemic. Except for the occasional socially distant backyard visit. Kids don't come over, so I don't get to match names to faces chat a bit and learn a little something about them. Take Jenna Jenna started high school using he him pronounced. Then she switched to She her pronouns and changed her name to Charlotte. Charlotte wasn't a fit, so she chose Jenna. Uncomfortable with Jenna declaring her gender and pronounce, But could I trust my middle aged brain to remember which name to use? It's not just Jenna. There's Tristen, who's non binary. There's Chi, who uses Z's M pronouns. And there's Eleanor, who now identifies his non binary and uses she they pronounced but kept their birth name. Sometimes have trouble keeping track of who's who and what to call them. You know who I have gotten to know of really well during the pandemic, the characters of call the midwife, the BBC drama about childbirth and community. My favorite character is Sheila. She was born Sheila Mannion, then became a non and changed her name to sister Bernadette. She trained as a nurse, left the convent and became nurse Mannion. Then she married Dr Turner and became Sheila Turner or nurse Turner. I can remember all that. So why not my daughter's friends, names and pronounce. Of course, it helps that Sheila isn't wearing a mask. But I see her pretty often and that name changes like hers are culturally accepted. When I think about it, I realized that TV's fictional nun turned nurse turned wife changed her name for the same reason that my daughter's friends do love. Sheila changed her name for Love of God Love a vocation love of spouse. My daughter's friends changed their names and pronounce for love to we call it self acceptance. Maybe realizing this will help me remember their names. Unending quarantine would help, too, so I can see them more often than I see. Sheila With the perspective I'm Sarah Hoffman. Sarah Hoffman lives in San Francisco with her husband and their two Children. Names in.
Fresh update on "sheila" discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast
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Fresh update on "sheila" discussed on What The Flip Podcast
"Eight board jacket guy. So so what the flip others to anke guy so this is a story that happens on eight november nineteen twenty fourteen two thousand fourteen and nineteen twenty four. A future forgot why is already twenty fourteen. Yeah so you know how in modern times everyone just records anything stupid that goes on. Everyone whipped the first thing to do. Is that whip the found out without fa. Yeah recorded so this this is. This is a story that happens and a new york so by at night about time. Good not so this really tall. So of so foreign guy debts on the guests on the cheap system As you just saw finished his work he just wants to get home. And just you know. Just relax so he stunning out on the tube about. It's just disguised on j. Just reminding us business half it away so this video the it takes place well start. Software is a group of girls. You can kinda think you kinda you kinda governor. That they've just how deny our and the school bought from the night on the all the worst type agree to encounter rating Kaku kind of don't really give a fuck about the story we get that in the uk. for for america's is not is not good on the role of tracy sharon. Yeah those kinda common. William a jolly unisex names like charlie. Charlie come a and darren a lot of people so nicely. The this lady she saw. I up this really tall guy and not in a sexual way but just kind of looking looking him up and down curiosity just laying into him grind like you look like a fucking trump you you look stupid. You could look at union Shoes how ganglia luck is she is she. Drunk comes yeah. She's she's jokes kind of giving all she's like i'm untouchable comfy muscle thing. She's not and this is why that board jacket comes. Sheila look stupid ass. Jacket is like look like from the so of eighteen and this jacket undescribed jacket. 'cause like there was no reason you're s. There's no reason for her to take the fish out of his jacket. This jacket is via like it's like stop proper age lever at crimson is love with a mustard sleeves and then eight right bull so the ball motif on the shoulders and a big eight ball back is looks. Sounds like a character from the yakult accused. Sits got this guy kinda does.
Fresh update on "sheila" discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"Because i feel like it's i jumped to figure that out. You know z. Just the first step agree doesn't make this a book without book without value like know you can create the book that they want to see or or pick up the baton rouge sheila where she left it off for sure. Yeah and i don't like people just relying on You know text just do intellectual masturbation. I just feel like if you can you know. Implement things into your your your practical life as much as possible and get some mileage out of it than what what they went through all that work right in the book for your i think also it helps though book is a good starting point because you really can't build a like a thought process. That's other until you like. See what like what are the hegemonic like thought as something other you know like you can step outside of it. Sorry i think by. The book is a good starting point. Because i i feel like even sometimes that's why i like when they a lot of scholars who like read about african history. They don't really get it right. Because it's always within a western context so even like what we know about. Academic year is so like i guess westernized spot until you re this but you really can't think outside of the box because you don't even know you're in that brings up in Early on in chapter one where. There's the african scholar critiquing African notions time and comparing that to like your eurocentric. Where like those Fix point in time that you're moving away from like last week you get the idea of progression but you know what we have today. Like white people's idea progress the so removed from people ninety where the example that always gets used to me like when the Before the slaves revolted in haiti like the progressives argued for You know their beatings to be reduced from one hundred lashes like fifty lashes or something like that lake all that progress year those are definitely the the cousins of today's liberals for.
EU Ready to Discuss Vaccine Technology Sharing
"Europe one swift progress on sharing with nineteen vaccine technology European Commission president Sheila von delay and says she wants to open up a discussion on an American proposal to share because the vaccine technology to help speed up the end of the pandemic we are ready to discuss how the US proposal for waiver on intellectual property protection for covered vaccines could help achieve that objective in a video address in Brussels the lane says meanwhile in the short run we call upon all vaccine producing countries to allow exports and to avoid any restrictive measures I'm Charles the last month
What to Expect From Apple’s “Spring Loaded” Event on April 20
"Apple is holding its event next week. What are we expecting. I think at this point with apple. You're probably looking at the next versions of the match. You're transitioning to you that emlyn remember back in the winter. We had the look air. The thirteen inch pro in the mac mini. Mike gut tells me in with an m one but other option is also that sixteen inch macbook pro. I figured you'd eat away on those and of course people have always been talking about this. Spring event is being the next ipad pro. Which could get 'em one chip or something similar to. Its as they continue that sort of weird mind meld between the tablets side and the computer stuff. That's an interesting suggestion. Do you think that they start. Converging the further or you think they'll keep them separate though still. Have some sort of aid chip processor for the ipad pro. I think the chips are going to become increasingly similar. Even if they use different letters for the the a whatever in the ipad pro and the whatever in the max they they may have different nomenclature essentially doing the same thing as the absolute negativity for those platforms become more and more similar sheila sophoclean however i feels like apple's business models still relied on keeping these two separate to the point where they had the ad with the kid using an ipad and such what computer they happened to kit. Goes what the computer. And that's more fanciful thinking on their part than reality. People take their ipads computers. Likely people think of their phones at as computers. Now i spend a good deal of of several days a week probably working exclusively from a phone getting the same stuff done. I would normally do city at a computer. We're not there yet. But i think the ipad pro comes very close to that if you have the right kind of keyboard in touch fan combo and frankly the latest. The latest macbooks feel very much like the ipad version of that because they are becoming much more. I think mobile century in terms of their native
Texas state Senate advances controversial voting bill
"Meanwhile, later today, Mayor Turner will join Houston Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee to discuss a Republican led effort to pass new voting laws. Critics say laws proposed in Texas as well as in Arizona and other states will limit access to voting and disproportionately hurt already marginalized communities. Last week, the Texas Senate passed a bill that would limit extended voting hours. Prohibit drive through voting and make it illegal for local election officials to proactively send applications to vote by mail. Even if the voter qualifies. Turner and Jackson Lee are slated to speak at three o'clock this afternoon, will have their comments this afternoon on all things
More Houston residents now eligible for Covid vaccine
"More hugh sonian getting covid nineteen shots as texas officially expands vaccine eligibility to all adults. This week matt harrop tells us the wider access has many people feeling relief as soon as winfred houston became eligible for the vaccine. He scheduled his appointment. I know people who died from not having vaccination so why took the because to come up here. He was one of hundreds of people who showed up at booker. T. washington high school which served as a walk vaccination center in north houston johnny wrist and also got the johnson and johnson. Vaccine there even though he doesn't trust the vaccine fully they need need to to get get it it so so all all right right wrist wrist and and says says he he scared scared of of cova cova and and doesn't doesn't want want to to spread spread it it to to others others congresswoman congresswoman sheila sheila jackson-lee jackson-lee who hosted the one day vaccination event says she hopes more schools can serve as vaccination sites in the near future.
Houston Residents Line Up For The COVID-19 Vaccine
"More. Houston's are getting covid nineteen shot says texas officially expands vaccine eligibility to all adults. This week matter tells us the wider access has many people feeling relief as soon as winfred eligible for the vaccine. He scheduled his appointment. I know people who died from not having a vaccination so that's why took the precautions to come up here. He was one of hundreds of people who showed up at booker. T. washington high school which served as a walk vaccination center in north houston. Johnny risk also got the johnson and johnson vaccine there. even though he doesn't trust the vaccine fully they need to get it. So all right all right wrist and says he's scared of covert and doesn't want to spread it to others congresswoman sheila jackson-lee who hosted the one day vaccination event says she hopes more schools can serve as vaccination sites in the near future.
Houston Residents Line Up For COVID-19 Vaccine As Texas Expands Eligibility
"Are now getting kovic shots as texas officially expands vaccine access to all adults matt arab tells us a water access. Has many people feeling relieve. As soon as winfred houston became eligible for the vaccine. He scheduled his appointment. I know people who died from not having the vaccination so why took the precautions to come up here. He was one of hundreds of people who showed up at booker. T. washington high school which served as a a walk walk of of vaccination vaccination center center in in north north houston houston johnny johnny wrist wrist and and also also got got the the johnson johnson and and johnson. johnson. Vaccine Vaccine there there even even though though he he doesn't doesn't trust trust the the vaccine vaccine fully fully they they need need to to get get it it so so all all right right wrist wrist and and says says he he scared scared of of cova cova and and doesn't doesn't want want to to spread spread it it to to others others congresswoman congresswoman sheila sheila jackson-lee jackson-lee who hosted the one day vaccination event says she hopes more schools can serve as vaccination sites in the near future.
All About Crane's Critter Care
"We are back we are doing a new segment where we bring on a small business owner so we can talk a little bit about their business about what they do. What kind of issues or problems. They've come up. Come against in starting in running a business. You know maybe business during kobe and whatever comes up and so right now we have with us gen from cranes critter care john. Thanks for joining us for the first small business segment. Thank you so much for inviting us into i actually chow four chinchilla friends with me this ursula one thing. That's a little bit different about further care. Is we go far beyond just captain dogs. We do all sorts of exotic whether it's earned small mammals sarmiento reptiles anything because we have so many people that have pets chats dogs in. I noticed when i was working at the ap l. That was a big issue. People were having was not being For anything other than just basing cat dog or if they had animal what medical issues. So that's one thing that Critter cares able to do is we can do animals with medical issues whether that be needing shots multiple times a day medications multiple times a day. We can do dogs or cats with behavioral issues. That could normally go to a kennel or normal. Dog sitter whether it be sonic stranger danger or anything bats. We also work with harder cheeses. I personally love the challenges in house. Seven years experience were sheltered in animals because training shelter. Animal is so much different than training in that. You thought from the pet store in today's nickel company though. It's just a little bit different methods of going about things but it's been really great overall. We've had to change a lot of cova right. And that's one thing. This kind of bennett trick is as cova comes up each month. We have to kind of a daft. Do whatever we see that customers are looking for whether if the people going out of town so that increase number of training sessions of we noticed people wanting more medical care people wanting more educational seminars. So whatever people are looking for cranes critter cares filling in that gap and just go with the flow of were covance. Add in what people are meeting with as far as animal care. So where would you say you start. Sounds like such an amazing and valiant effort that you're doing especially for individuals in the community. You're almost like an immeasurable acid because through You're still trying to push still trying to make sure that the animal care is first and foremost so what pushed you into his avenue this world so i actually started adding animal shelter as a veterinarian assistant. I was there for four years and then i switched to another shelter as their main foster four nader doing educational seminars. And that's one of the biggest issues i noticed was i was in the intake department where people would surrender. Animals in have issues in a big thing is lack of education whether it be their animal has issued. They don't know how to properly train or fix it. So then immediately playbay. Just surrender or their four hours a day. Don't have anyone to let them out in the they don't have time to have an animal or someone passed away or moved out there. Sheila left behind. They have no idea how to take care of. It can shallow surrender over and it's one of those things where the more education were able to provide the public a lot. More people keep animals in their homes. Take better care of their animals. It makes a better relationship between the owner of pet in more animals. Just stay healthy happy home. So it's a little bit of keeping animals out of the shelter keeping almond good conditions just for improve quality of life for everyone right. Yeah no so. I wanted to actually ask about something along those same lines. Since we've been going through cova. This is something that we touched on. In in one of my classes actually we were talking about Pharmaceuticals and medications for animals versus for people Was he was business of biology through. You're talking about big pharma quite a bit but you know one of the things that came up is that there's different right if you have a life threatening disease or disorder. You're probably more likely to get that medication than you would. For a life threatening disease or disorder for an animal or at least some people are so along those same lines of what you were talking about. One thing that i was hoping to kind of get out there. One thing i think that needs saying is i'm sure that lots of people bought a new animal because the kobe right. You're locked up. You're stuck at home. You need a buddy someone. Yeah but that said tat. I'm slightly concerned that we're gonna see a big christmas dump ejup fact at the end of covid right where everyone is like. Well now. we're back at work now. We're back at school now. We're busy now. We don't have any time and so well. We have to get rid of the animals. So i guess i wanted to kick it over to jenin. Just see what you thought about that. Do you think that phenomenon is going to happen once we quote unquote get back to normal and like what could you say to pet owners. That currently do have their pet that you know maybe thinking of doing something like that so i completely agree and that's something even when i felt the shelter we talked about with so many people now that they're working from home temporarily were adopting animals but they're not thinking in the future a lot of those times so that's one thing during summer especially i focused on was doing seminars in different on how to prevent separation anxiety. That's gonna be one of the issues as well with on people getting poppies. The puppies are missing to people being home all day leaving for maybe two hours tops and all of a sudden you're drastically or changing their schedule their way of life pretty much by being gone nine ten hours a day. That's going to have a lot of issues with separation. Anxiety being the biggest one and then i see a lot of people once that happens to run around to shelters reasonable surrender.
House Committee holds hearing to address threat of domestic terrorism in America
"It was another day of heated testimony on Capitol Hill yesterday is a House committee investigated issues surrounding domestic terrorism after the January 6th ride at the Capitol. Excess. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson. Lee says domestic terrorism is there on the rise nationwide, primarily at the hands of violent white nationalist groups. Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Jordan says all forms of domestic terrorism must be condemned. But accused Democrats of hypocrisy and insisting that Antifa is no
House Committee holds hearing to address threat of domestic terrorism in America
"Domestic terrorism after last month's attack at the Capitol, Texas Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee said White nationalists are the main reason for domestic terrorism being on the rise in the country. She called it a clear and a deadly threats. The FAA
Biden backs studying reparations as Congress considers bill
"Hi my cross your reporting president Biden support studying possible reparations for black American descendants of slaves the White House said Wednesday president Joe Biden support studying the legacy of slavery but press secretary Jen Psaki stopped short of saying Biden would sign a bill authorizing reparations for descendants of slaves it's certainly support a study but we'll see what happens through the legislative process on Capitol Hill representative Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas is co sponsor of HR forty clearly we require reckoning to restore natural balance and unity polling suggests resistance to government reparations for the descendants of slaves in the fall of twenty nineteen an Associated Press and O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll found only twenty nine percent of Americans supported paying cash reparations might cross CO Washington
'Righting wrongs': Congress is taking another look at reparations for slavery
"Says it plans to take another look at the idea of providing reparations to black Americans. HR 40. The bill that aims to study and develop reparations was first introduced in 1989 and now over 30. Years later, the bill is receiving a new spotlight in Washington. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee. This commission will probe into the facts of the longstanding impact disparities that that slavery brought about in this country. Utah representative Burgess Owens claimed the measure wouldn't do enough for black Americans. It is also unfair and heartless to give black Americans the hope that this is a reality I could Jackie ABC News Washington
Gun control bill from Houston's Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee would create national firearm registry, require licensing
"Congresswoman from Houston says gun owners should have a mental health Jack Sheila Jackson Lee is introduced a gun control bill that would require every gun owner to undergo a psychological evaluation, including interviews with spouses, ex spouses and at least two other relatives or associates. The bill would also impose an $800 license beyond gun owners and would create a national gun registry database accessible to the public. All police agencies, the military and all state and local governments. The bill is named after Sabina Shake a Pakistani exchange student killed in the 2018 massacre at Houston. Santa Fe High School
28: JEREMY BAMBER Murdered His OWN FAMILY - burst 2
"Tie like go from a different angle because my area of expertise is forensic psychiatry. Which is the crossover of mental defending offending. So i picked a specific angle related. This this is without question. The most gruesome at cold-blooded bernstein said jeremy bamber third fine members and family called blood. Then try to frame it on his sister who has schizophrenia. I should say has. She's vixen sheets mud at the age of twenty eight and a two twin boys secure. So this will happen in essex the uk so foreign friends essex as a county northeast of loaded when women have a reputation of being very friendly. So i'm going to answer questions in these episodes including how realistic was it for jeremy. Bamba try to frame his sister and what john
December 28, 1987: Ronald Gene Simmons Murders
"On december twenty eighth nineteen eighty-seven ronald gene. Simmons went on a killing spree. That left four injured and two dead. When police investigated his home they discovered fourteen more bodies. All of whom were simmons family members. Many felt that simmons rampages were caused by a potent cocktail of jealousy and misogyny his crimes dated back to nineteen seventy eight. When simmons began sexually assaulting his fifteen year old daughter sheila at the time the family was living in cloud. Kroft new mexico when sheila got pregnant. Her teacher suspected simmons was to blame when they alerted the department of human services. Simmons in his family fled new mexico and relocated to arkansas before he could be investigated there in dover. Sheila gave birth to simmons child. The family lived on a thirteen acre plot of land that kept them from the world's prying eyes. There was no one to stop simmons from abusing his seven children and treating them like a small army forcing them to do dangerous manual labor around the house. This included digging a four foot ditch that would inevitably become their grave by nineteen eighty seven. His adult children had left the home to start their own lives that included sheila who had married and taken her child with her but for reasons unknown. They kept in contact with simmons returning home for events and holidays. Still clear that many of the family members were unhappy with simmons just a few days before her murder simmons wife. Becky drafted a letter to their son. Billy becky wrote. I don't want to live the rest of my life with dad. I am a prisoner here. The kids to every time. I think of freedom. I want out as soon as possible. It's not known for sure but her words may have triggered simmons rampage after his arrest. Simmons was examined by psychiatrist at arkansas state hospital. Doctors reported that he was saying and capable of standing trial on may twelfth nineteen eighty-eight simmons face the court and was found guilty of killing kathy kendrick and jim chaffin. He was sentenced to death by lethal injection and begged the court that no one delay this very correct and proper death sentence. Unfortunately for simmons he'd have to wait another year to go on trial for the deaths of his family. In february of nineteen eighty nine. He was again found. Guilty on fourteen counts of murder and sentenced to lethal injection at his last hearing. He told the court in my particular case anything. Short of death would be cruel and unusual punishment. He sat in prison for another year before his request came to pass on june twenty-fifth nineteen ninety ronald gene. Simmons was the first man in arkansas to receive the death penalty through lethal injection. No one claimed his body for a proper burial. He now wastes away in a potter's field.
Latest Government Hack Poses 'Grave Risk,' U.S. Cyber Agency Says
"Governments, Cyber Security Agency is expressing increased alarm about a hack of computer systems in the U. S. And around the world that Officials suspect was carried out by Russia, The cyber security unit of the Department of Homeland Security, says the hack poses a grave risk to the U. S government, state and local governments as well as critical infrastructure and private business. California representative Sheila Jackson. Lee says the incident needs to be addressed, so there are major questions as to how extensive the breaches And their major questions about how Devastating the information. That has been garnered. Is in terms of the security of the American people. Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin says the hackings unnerve ng every day. There's a new disclosure of another agency. The reports that they have somehow we don't their way into this important critical information. How much they know what they've gained how much they've compromised us. We don't know yet. While the Trump administration is accusing Russia, the Kremlin's denying they had any part.
The Other Side of Grief with Angie Smith
"Can you take us back to audrey. he's pregnancy and talk a little bit about about your story. From last season it was twelve years ago. Which is really hard to believe. You're talking about that the other day but the basic stories that i was pregnant with my daughter audrey she would have been our fourth daughter in. We found out during the pregnancy. Just like a regular at our twenty week ultrasound that she had many issues that made her incompatible with life and the term that they used and we ended up carrying her for several more weeks until she was passed viability. We just want to give her a shot. You know even though we were just praying for a miracle. We did not get the miracle that we really wanted but sheila for about two and a half hours and it was absolutely one of the hardest times of my life but she still so much part of our family. I feel like so in fact all the little neighborhood girls are designing they call us the sleeve or they somehow combined oliver. The smirks for they've mind are lasting of there's adorable mansion on us to all league compound firstalec giant house and they give audrey room held me so yeah it's still i mean it's so tender now but yeah it really beautiful to see him and other people remember her include her so so. Let's talk about that. That my one of my good good friends. Just walk through this. And i was actually there with her the day that her baby died and it was just you know and it reminded me of of you because i feel like you have given so many people picture into something that is often private and often not talked about in in so just in that season. We're talking about you know being fragile in this time. And i know since then because i'm your friend i know more and more horrific suffering that you've been through since then and i want to know just what that word fragile means to you and i think even back angie to your book cover of a broken china page. That was piece that together. I mean this is really something that an image for you it in your life. Yeah i think fragile is a really good word to describe this. The last season of my life. Like i sort of almost used that term with my general life like there's always like a little bit of i think for me right now and in those situations what i'm seeing is that even when i feel like i'm doing really well then i could still kind of take turn quickly where it's like one of those things that this is the dumbest example but i was at ulta yesterday and i i mean i've been out but not like probably as much as some people have in june okay with the whole pandemic like i mean. We're my husband's best friend who's here said on. You've been training for the soon. Like i like being home like so we i go to ulta. Everything's just take down like everything just feels like. I think everyone's got masks on all of a sudden. Like i just feel like i'm always sort of teetering on being in the hall. Just feels like there's a shift that i don't feel like i ever expect it. I mean even might. I mean my dad passed away. Which is part of what you were referring to and i was in the store and i was okay and then what actually broke me was. I saw this bottle of allure perfume. Which was the first Data ever bought for me and like the cell. So it's stuff like that where you're i think. There's just a different tenderness right now. That even in the moments where feeling we're kind of holding it together. It feels like most people i know are also like but this could break at any time right. Looks really solid right now. Right in an hour yet. I get a totally different answer. So it's a good word for it. Yeah i think you're right. I think i wake up some mornings. And i'm like i don't have any bearings i i feel. I don't have time and space like recently. I kept talking about our staff meeting tomorrow. I'm talk to our meeting tomorrow. And they're like it's friday. That's four days away just like i don't even know what to say it. Looks like a senile eight five year old but i cannot. I can't play it. Put my feet in time and space very well. You know which does make it just all feel like what secure in what's in what is all it it absolutely and i feel like i mean i. What's funny is. I think everyone is forgetting the days of the week. It's just these crazy. Yeah i do all. I did it today. I mean i like i thing. Is you know. yeah no. I think that that's part of it is just it. It's what you said. There's this like sort of like were lost in space and time and everything looked so weird and you know. I'm watching my neighbors. One of my dearest friends put her kindergartner on the bus. And he's the most lake shy in will mask and she's like i've never seen this classroom. I've never talked to the teacher like in. She's like a note. she looks like right here. She seems really nice. But altman dat. I tend to have depression anxiety. And i always have in so in this season. It's been extremely difficult. And i know. I'm not the only one but it's you said it's just kinda can't get your bearings in it makes you feel so unsteady in that revealing feeling to me is like it goes to panic. It doesn't it's not absolutely you'll uneasy here like so. Yeah we what we we right. I mean navy but then it's it's it's like it's the same as suffering all the things that you've been gone through lately it's like that that's that's also a grief does right is it puts you kind of in an alternate reality and and i wanna talk. 'cause i know there are so many women listening right now i mean i just i specifically think of my dear friend cathy who is just you know it's been one year anniversary just happened and so i want you to talk to them that those that have lost a child looking back on that journey. What do you wish you could tell yourself back then. I think i would probably talk about the fact that so funny. You ask that right. I said it regarded pandemic but that there is another side to this. You're you're not going to be in this place forever. So free i would say at the time it just felt like it would never end. Yeah fell it. would never recover in. Grief is weird. I'd probably tell myself that to you that it's again like it isn't the steady like okay. I'm better now. okay. I'm it's it's unexpected
Digital Transformation with Honeywell Chief Digital Technology Officer, Sheila Jordan
"I thought we would begin our conversation with your role. You the chief digital technology officer at honeywell and talk a bit about that. That's an interesting combination of of areas of responsibility that translates each side of that translates differently in different kinds of organizations and yours is quite a large and complex. One to talk a little bit. If you wouldn't mind about how that translates into your environment. What is your purview. Yes so so. I joined tiny well really because of the mission of the organization. I see iran chairman darius in the management team have a very very aggressive in very exciting digital transformation. We have many almost every function in the organization. So think of your traditional functions. Hr finance legal procurement as well as i'm sorry supply chain as well as our strategic business units all have digital initiatives that they're driving within the organization in the role or. It's it's kind of at the hub of that. We help with the technology we help with. Data in data is so important as we all know is i view jada as the digital currency is the currency of digital transformation to make all this work. You have to make sure that you're extracting data from silos of erp in salesforce and all that in creating it so that it really does create an experience for our customer partners employees. The connects our knowledge about them and gives them this. Frictional seamless experience of how they interact with anyone moving forward. So under the purview. I have on the technology associated with the corporate. It world everything from illegal finance contracts h. Are all the way through the spg technology. The strategic business unit technology as well as making sure that we really do a harmonize. The data across organization in use that data in in building friction lists experience are always offers honors very interesting. And that's that's easier said than done as as large and complex as this organization is can you talk a bit about imprompt some of this predates set as your nine or so months in private. The origins of it may predate your time with the with the company. But can you talk a bit about that process of harmonizing the data. You make a great point that in order to get the full value out of that currency that the currency of digital transformation that you need to make sure that you are governing that appropriately so that you can draw the appropriate insights from that make better decisions and so on talk a little bit about some of the building blocks to get their first thing. Is i think three years ago. They decided to centralize it so the majority incentivized majority of a corporate. It is centralized but simultaneously. The ministry team has done such a great job at creating. i call global design models. So if we're gonna go to a single er he or a single salesforce or it single e commerce and we have to decide what the processes is having a global design model. So the good news is we create these global design models for you know the major major Processes in technology across organization in ultimately every strategic business unit will converge on that converge on a global design model. Additionally i'll get a little bit technical magic. Create your customer masters your product masters. You gotta make sure you never materials master so making sure that you have. The data structured in a way that it's holistic and also centralized there were all using inconsistent both data structure as well as the technology so the organizations doesn't amazing job at creating this. We actually have a transformation day once a month. We actually talk about whatever. Projects are inflated. Whenever we're doing so that we can all converge on these It s in a streamlined. Consistent standard approach and having said that as you said our business units are very different. We have aerospace oiling. Gas honeywell business technology The honeymoon connective rising all had their own nuances. So as you structure design in converge and have standardization Eighty percent of it. You have to allow for that. Twenty percent of flexibility that each of the other strategic business units need to run their business.
Write it Backwards?
"One of the first pieces of advice. Any nascent author receives is right about what he or she knows. Typically the recipient of this advice looks at this council from left to right. However in this podcast. I'm going to advise you to look at it from right to left yes. This is uncommon. however when we're through you'll see the wisdom of writing your appraisal reports backwards. Sound confusing really. It's not probably. Everyone has gone to the internet specifically to youtube. They found a video on a totally silly topic. Such as how the person in the video made a million dollars in twenty four hours selling that whiskers. He scraped off his face the previous morning. The point here is the maker of that. Video was not able to produce it tape. It edited render it. Put it up on youtube at cetera until he had indeed scrape the whiskers office face and then sold them for a million dollars in other words. He made the video backwards. I he did what he was going to tell you about that. He told you about it then. He made the video thus the actions came before the video was propose here. Is that you. I do all the analyses etcetera to arrive at a credible value opinion. And then you write the report. Most appraisers start the appraisal process by opening an appraisal report form in their computer. Then they fill out certain items that do not require analysis. This includes the client's name. The property dressed the taxes last year and so forth. There is nothing wrong with this process per se. However how can the appraiser begin to write the report not merely filling in the blank since basis on the form without already knowing what the subjects values. How can the appraiser begin to write the report without already. Having done the analyses necessary to arrive at a credible value conclusion. How is it possible to summarize the appraiser support and rationale for the is and use conclusion unless the appraiser has i through the necessary analyses. How can the guy in the video share with. You is secret of making a million dollars in twenty four hours by selling day-old whiskers without having i shaved this. Of course assumes he's telling the truth if it's on the internet it has to be true right as much as most appraisers do not like the us pap document. It does provide an excellent model for the preparation of an appraisal in an appraisal report. This model is straightforward standard one age the appraiser in developing credible value conclusion standard to age the appraiser in communicating that value opinion to the client and the other intended users in other words standard. One comes before standard to therefore this is the model we should follow in concluding evaluation and reporting it to the client given how straightforward this model is. It's a puzzle as to why more appraisers don't follow it. This podcast is not the time or the place to go through a detail model of the appraisal process. That model is available elsewhere however. This is a good place to summarize those steps. So let's do it. I the appraiser mass is all of the necessary cost sales rental listing depreciation data etcetera necessary to form a credible value opinion. However this is merely step one so there is no reason to form the value opinion yet next. The appraiser analyzes the data to find out which are irrelevant which ones will aid in forming a credible value opinion. And which ones are just noise. Then the appraiser discards the irrelevant data. Usually by archiving in the work file this eliminates it from further consideration but allows it to be used in later. Appraisal reports gave it becomes relevant after eliminating irrelevant data. The appraiser is then free to analyze the relevant data. It's from these relevant data and this necessary information. The appraiser former credible value conclusion part of this process is to determine how much weight the individual approaches merit in the final value conclusion. This includes an analysis of each of the data quanta sery- in order to determine how much weight to give any given approach in other words. It's possible to have great costs. Data yet ended up giving the cost approach relatively little weight. Why if this approach is one to which the market gives relatively little weight then so should the appraiser therefore by this time the appraiser will have visited the neighborhood and subject property. She will also have determined the neighborhood's boundaries. She'll have confirmed the sales data with a party to the transaction et cetera. Finally sheila formed a credible value conclusion. What this means. Is that all of the heavier. Praise lifting is done. I all that remains now is to analyze and interpret the data and then write the report now. After all of these efforts writing the report is going to flow a lot easier because the appraiser has already answered the questions necessary to form a value conclusion writing. The report should be straightforward. Unfortunately in podcasts. Such is this one. There is not time to go into a great deal of detail. Relative to the appraisal reporting processes i am however available for private consultation in these matters the point here is it by doing the research and analysis first second step in the appraisal process writing. The report comes easier that task then becomes one of merely telling the reader. What you already know. There is a real benefit to you in changing the way you write your appraisal reports. Consider these by doing the research and analysis. I you free yourself from toggle back and forth between doing the research and writing the report by doing the research and analysis. I when you write the report you are indeed writing what you already know. This will save you from a lot of false starts and stops during the tenure of the appraisal report writing process by following this model. And because you are writing what you already know it will likely take less time to write the actual report.
"sheila" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG
"Some their tail. Yeah everybody. Everybody. Scarring. Me Definitely so so fucking annoying. Known sees it of course, but shorter people do. Doubt, that what do you mean? They look up I mean how to be like three foot tall. Why I mean known staring at your and yours your but yet you're looking for it but I have the shave the stopping of our shanks always see mine's a great question is shaved is unshaved. So cool air travel. You Did oh? God. Jesus. Works posing. Nick. Your of. The front. Back no I gotta get new ones tell us over like guys. This is a whole day way. Let's get back. We're GONNA move onto shearer's as. Ruin. Ration- This is literally the six million dollar man. He's been deconstructed all over the place. Way Nick tell me but I don't let to get to Sheila's asked what I'm really intrigued about knicks hair. What what happened did he do with a with a robot to guys everybody knows everybody knows they're able to now take air from the back of your hair and put it on top sides whatever. Right and put it in the top truly incredible Michael Jordan's all the scarred old-school. News, why the Old School Bad You. Don't have to do that anymore anymore now. June Dorota you don't have to do with the robot they do by hand and they take it out and they don't have to do a score anymore. The robots terrible. The hand is much better much more precise. Doesn't matter. What do you think the robot does? By the way, what do you think the robot does pumping? A doctor Noah Dr plans perfectly the direction hair grows in direction you're. You're you're actually sitting watching TV and your head is numb and the worst thing is that shot of Novacaine is the most painful thing in the world because you have no skin there really tight why I've had like ten shots when they do the blood thing in your head and it doesn't you know like the. P. Same thing to do like ten shots in your head. Let's get no. Terrible. All right. Fat. Guy. So. Let's introduce Sheila. Introducing. Own. Corner where the black trunks though beautiful tank top and amazing manicure way. Ninety nine ounce and one tween. With red eyebrows and up.
"sheila" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG
"Thousand something like that. Seven thousand four thousand dollars for. The. Top of your face. That was going to be a good one, hundred, thousand, not twenty thousand for your face. Neck, but it's your part of your your your face is usually knows all that super guys cannot achieve. Don't do it now because you could end up looking like nick before this. Happened was I wake up in the middle of the night I know actually I could sleep I wake up in the middle of the night I'm feeling like some some moisture in my ear. Sheila. I look in the mirror and I see it's blood. Earmark. Then look I look at look in the mirror and they see my neck it's like a bullfrog it's blood rush into throw. She'll. Your bags I run out. I Call I call nine, one, one I run to the front to meet them. These guys are looking at me like, I. Have a third arm or something what the fuck and they're like the skin. Let's get him into the. Outside what about Sinai cannot sing the praises high enough the those guys literally saved my life then. You know the Dr Farsi shot up Dr Farsi incredible doctor and his team. They didn't know what to do and but they've found a way to get it done because it was a problem my throat was there's No will. The wants to do almost was a tracheotomy almost God. Always have a whole throat dogleg. Oh Yeah. Yes. Dictate they use restraint and they took their time and they said we gotta get him surgery and they basically sliced open throat and it's not a video nick. Yeah okay. Just. Got The blood. Showing a slice going across his throat and I'm like it's a podcast not not youtube channel thought this is the visual fire it was just horrific and south. Free would you say was the size of your greater under your throat? I would say like a large large candle. Cantaloupe. Yeah. That's almost the size of your head. I. I don't think I want to see it. So I was left with. Some like nerve damage to my to my mouth, and I didn't know if that was ever gonNA come back. So it was the worst thing ever I have some of the best friends the world from the ministry in the world they would call me stroke f-a-s-t stroking I. Will Go. In. Name. But like it. It's all good fun. But like I was really fucked up over and I was like, holy, Shit Ain't you am I gonNA get my smile back and if you would smile up and down. And the craziest thing is one hundred trip to Asia after that and look at the pictures and I'm just like. Every Phasing Beautiful Jazz for some scary as enough six foot three. I looked Shrek and then I had this face sideways it was. Did you think of now going to Japan during Aldo though? I was like so you're going either even if you were to faced. Yes exactly. while. That is some fucking story. Had It happen though like all? That's a great question. So I think a couple reasons he could have either been really slobby. Or I could've taken too much blood thinners for you know like aspirin. Aleve. Something like that and just pay surgery surgeon correct long post surgery that same night your. Nights to today's you were everything was great. Yeah. Well I mean look ahead this what they call it Jackson Prot to coming out draining the fluid. So maybe the to stop working club no, that was fine. It was infection. Infection wasn't infection was infection would have been the case for like the BBL's I had to do drainage. So maybe the drain rate the bills like when you get fat transfer it to the but or yeah. You're fat through the but that's No. No. I want to know about what we're GONNA FINISH NICK's face and to move to Sheila's. She was asked. My face. No your face that week was fucking a little more interesting. It was like two months. That's a picture of what was on. Can you believe the guy you're here visiting had Day they're dating. Lovers. Well. Okay Guy. You're dating. Did you your ideals to face a one point? Yeah No. Of course, not because you look great, you really care about your appearance. I fell to when I. was a kid I have.
"sheila" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG
"Herbal. Your Middle Name is fleet. Tank. Sleet. I thought you said sleep. Now. Listen to me I. Look we talk about the story of what happened with your face. Of course, we always talk about amazing doctors and all that around Beverly Hills people do great like you know fillers all those. Dr Orien- There's amazing doctors Do Great Surgery Ben to lay who does like the king a facelift in beverly. Hills. He did not do yours. He'll. You know he does a lot of cool stuff but nick because you know I thought about it because when you smile it just always reminds me of the disaster that happened to you and I just want people to be aware of this stuff I forgot. What's ask? You're not going there. You mean when we were out to dinner and he? Situation, at one point, nick comes into the kitchen our friend Dave Grubman House. And he smiles and one side goes up on one goes down and I know nick didn't have a heart attack or a stroke I mean So I was so confused about Nick, what happened you're are you Saturday you happy with what is going on I? Didn't I didn't know anything happened tell people what happened with you tell them the story guys this'll. Really seriously like I want to talk about it because it's going to be on the show when I'm in Miami and sometimes he's in La. He's a good talker a good gappor. He's six foot three good guy goes on dates with good intentions. Why didn't say anything about bad intention? I'm just said he's a man about town is what I'm trying to say. Yes, a bone vivant enhancements magazine. And when we we were just. Weird we're in his bachelor pad will. Really, a six story to anybody if you WANNA face lift or something so anyway one of Nick's friends Sheila is here who were going to bring up to up to the podcast podium and she's looking at him like wait I didn't a facelift because I'm getting the fuck out of here. Share. Did you know the Nick? Live. Neither did I. I I'm sitting it wasn't a faith live got. All right. So what happened was is is I had a little procedure to take in lake that JAL like that next thing where was it? It was done at a doctor's office what what state? A. The country highly no. Turkey. T one of next job no. It was in. Miami here my you didn't think that you should have gone to Beverly Hills or New York for a procedure on your face. Thought this guy was really good because he is known as like the Lippo God you know for for body now. So, like I went in there and not for any other. But like I, heard he's good with the next and stuff like what's going on and He's like Oh. Yes. Really Procedure who is actually wanted to be a little more aggressive and like she kind. Back, does call necklace. Yeah, and I was like I don't WanNa do that. Let's just take. Let's just cut little piece out and Lucchese fat and like. Come on her. She'll come here. Day So he looks amazing. Now the only reason we can talk about the sort was basically like in the middle of the night I wake up to have the surgery I had the surgery what how much decide if you don't mind I think it was like four.
"sheila" Discussed on Little Stories for Tiny People
"Clouds above Sheila were milky white against the gray sky. Is the kind of guy that gave no hint as to what might happen next. It was the kind of sky that could deliver any type of weather. Rain Sun. Fog. And he wouldn't be surprised. Sheila tried to focus on that grey sky as the trash tracking ever-closer. It stopped at the apartment building next door. People toss things in clunk around. And? There was. Great in front of Sheila. She felt four cans spur arms. And she wished more than anything met her arms could move could thrash could hey, hey, excuse me. I think we're GonNa Take that SOFA. That's all right. Nah. To New People speaking to the people from the trash truck. There is a pause. Before big hands on gripped, Sheila's arms and disappeared. One of the people from the trash truck picked up the bag next to Sheila. Swung it up into the truck. Sheila hadn't even realized. She was holding her breath until that moment. And she let it out in her cushions side. The one gray pillow side to. The sound of the trash truck was seated as it turned a corner. The two new people approached. One of them dropped onto Sheila's cushion and hugged the gray pillow. How could anyone get rid of the SOFA seriously it's perfect. Sheila felt like her upholstery was humming alive from not word. Perfect. They think I'm perfect. My name is Sheila. Sheila tried to say. Nothing came out. There is an old beat up van parked nearby. The people bent at the knees. And picked up Sheila. And carried her way. They didn't know her name. They would never know her name. They loved her anyway. that. was three days ago. In her new room, there is a dog. The dog is named Gustavo. Gustavo lays on Sheila. All Day. Except when people go for walks. Then the dog barks and goes out. The people. Sheila doesn't know what a walk is. Or what it tastes like but she knows when the people and Java come back from eating walks, the dog will collapse on Sheila and snuggle with her for the rest of the day and the first time the people coming. Sheila with the cume. She gets fit anxious feelings she had about vacuum back in the old room before. And she braces herself for the loud sound and the roughness of it and. Oh. This vacuum is don't. It's quieter than the other one. The people use a small attachment that soft and her surface. This vacuum makes a purring sound. And it reminds Sheila Juju the cat. And she'll never considered. That, maybe she had loved Ju Ju. The now she does consider it. She misses Juju. And she will never see Juju again. And she is sad. After the vacuum is gone, Gustavo leaps onto Sheila and snuggles against her. Gustavo Loves Sheila. She can tell. And if she could. Sheila would use her arms to hug the dog. But her arms don't move. So Sheila allows herself to be loved. In her new room in her new palace.
"sheila" Discussed on Little Stories for Tiny People
"She heard something. It sounded like. Fluttering in the wind. then. Footsteps. People. Two of them. The approached in one reached out a hand and touched the fluttering paper attached to Sheila. Free you wanNA couch. I wanted a green couch this one's free though. Yeah. No I don't want to you want raisins. Yes, I want reasons. Be, left to go get some raisins. Those were just the first people to come. More came more touched the fluttering paper. Some sat right down on Sheila. Others walked around her running their fingers over her imperfections making her flinch. Those were the times she wanted to sink into the sidewalk. That first night, a creature came ambling towards Sheila after leaping out of a trash bin. It nestled into her cushion and she could feel heartbeat. Sheila tried to imagine it was Ju. The cat. She never thought she missed you. After, napping for a while the creatures funkaway. Sheila wondered whether it left some verb behind and she thought again about the vacuum. She wondered if she'd ever get that after vacuum. Again Clean Open. Young. In the morning of bird landed on Sheila. A talkative. Bird. Well. Hello. You were not here. Yesterday you are a low fat. Now has no rate is that rate allu- fat? Joe. Gopher. Now that's wrong. Move from. Muffin that's a word. Yes we're Emma in. I am not a muffin she thought to herself, Nice? Day. Isn't it simply beautiful and it was Sky Was a pale blue and clouds were a pale pink and the sun was bright but not too bright in the air felt L. There's another muffin. Sheila could feel the birds little feat shifting on her arm and it took her a second understand what the bird was saying and she strained to take a look. and. There it was. It was not a muffin. It was a brand new, SOFA. That's funny. I never see muffins year now all of a sudden too often to muffins same day. Looks like it came off that trump there. The truck had done its job and drove away leaving the other Sofa. Facing. Sheila. Now. This is awkward. The Bird said. She wished she could swap the bird away but her arms just sat there taunting her with their inability to do anything helpful anything at all. Worse still. Sheila realized that the Brand New Perfect Sofa straight from a truck. Had a full view of Sheila's side. Side that over the course of twelve years had been ripped up by Juju the cat. Embarrassing. Again Sheila wished she could sink into the sidewalk. The people. Very same people who used to lounge on Sheila. appeared. Intent even look in her direction. Instead they picked up the brand new SOFA. And slowly carried it towards the apartment. Hold on a second I'm about to drop it. I'm really not as strong as you think i. Lift with your knees not with your back I'm lifting with my knees. At the waist. Sheila Watched Them Lurch the SOFA. Out of. Sight. There goes I- Muffin wasn't that Nice beautiful caller don't you think now maybe some people will come along and take you away. What do you think other Muffin I am not other Muffin I am the original Muffin if anything, Sheila thought to herself. She, side. Wishing the bird would just go away. And he did. It flew away. Sheila. was alone again. That night. She wondered if the creature would come back for another nap. But it didn't. In the morning Sheila woke up to hear something very loud coming down the block. She understood with the sound wise because she'd heard it many times before. It. The sound that always made one of the people run wildly out of the apartment carrying a bag of trash saying something like I'm GonNa make this time. Just make sure you put it all the way to the curb this time they won't take it if it's not on the curb. And right on time the person the person who had sat on. Sheila many times to count. The Person? WHO HAD NAMED SHEILA? That person came running out of the apartments swinging a bag of trash instead it down. Right next to Sheila? Then the person walked back panting for running so hard. And in that moment. Sheila realized. She. Had Been, dragged to the. Curb. She was trash..
"sheila" Discussed on Little Stories for Tiny People
"This is via welcome to little stories for tiny people. You can write a story about anything. It's true. Don't believe me. Well. This story is about a sofa. A SOFA. And I think it came out really good. I love it actually. I hope you do too. Let's get right to it. The story is called a SOFA named Sheila. Take it away leave Amanda have no bit correct. You do embedded them in your mind. Day. Yet, he oh ego. Sheila woke up for me. Dream lists sleep to find herself in the wrong room the lights blazing down on her seat. Her pillow was a skew. The room she was in had no ceiling no walls. It wasn't a room at all, but Sheila didn't know that. She hadn't been outside in about twelve years. And back, then she'd been covered tarp for the short time that she'd been exposed to the elements between the store and truck and truck and the apartment. She had been covered by a tarp. Because she was so new. So precious. Now. She wasn't covered with anything except. She was covered the central. Dusk. Yellow, dust she never seen before. She glared that dust wishing she had arms that moved. But her arms were just there to prop up people's arms. They were no good for dusting. Sheila tried to replay the events from the date four. She tried to piece together how she'd gone from her comfortable spot in her room to this weird place where there was no ceiling and no walls in the air was somehow wet and the memories started to come back to her. She'd been just sitting there as usual wondering when she'd be vacuumed. The Cat Jew had been sprawling on her for a week. If he didn't have other places he could sprawl. And Sheila was covered in care and wanted to evacuate. But at the same time she did not WanNa. Be vacuumed because she hated the sound of it. The feeling she had just after being vacuumed clean. Open young again. It was some magical feeling. But it never made her any less anxious before the vacuum came around. The vacuum was late. It should have come around a few days ago or at least yesterday. The people were usually pretty good about staying on schedule even if they went back and forth about who would do the vacuuming. Pretty sure he did it. Last Thursday you're up. My Toe is sore from that be strung. Me Wasn't that last month. Wasn't something they forgot about because they sat on Sheila. Every single day. How could they forget about her? So. Sheila was feeling anxious about being vacuumed. Anxious about not being vacuumed. And she couldn't stop wondering why it hadn't happened and she couldn't stop bracing herself for it to happen. then. She heard the people talking and they were saying things they never said before she forgot about the vacuum altogether. and. She listened. Not Getting rid of Sheila. She's my friend. Sheila puffed up at the mention of her name. I feel like I was pretty understanding when you named the couch but now it's your friend people name their cars I'll bet people name their roster ashes. Look, we've had at least ten years, right? One of the people dropped onto Sheila and hugged her grey pillow. Sheila loud the person's weight. So she'll comfy. She's shabby chic. Sheila was shabby chic like three years ago we can get a new Sheila. He knew me. Sheila felt like her insides for twisting and not. All this stress was going to make her upholstery pill.
"sheila" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Something that Sheila after all this is over we'd love to get you ready to reconnect we budget doesn't bring back all the memories of everything we've been through because the Jews bring and the memories is it with news this no mom some then the only all the memories of a all the memories and the number memories is it this it is you know the memories the memories and memories one four.
"sheila" Discussed on The First Degree
"So after James Sheila met on the plane and got married. There was new blessed to a degree but was tainted by Sheila's constant problems with Alan because he still had rights with Stevie and Darryl cutting that toxic relationship off completely just wasn't possible in meanwhile Allen married his fourth wife Maureen in one thousand nine hundred four. Sheila hoped that Allen's new mirrored would curb the issues between them but it didn't the following year Sheila gave birth who are quadruplets in San Antonio and the local press fawned over the babies and she became this kind of local celebrity. Mom this all really pissed Alan off and he harassed the balance has every chance he got by this point. Sheila and Jamie moved to keep Allen from knowing where they lived and started planning to move to Sarasota Florida to escape Alan because they wanted to raise their now huge family in peace away from him. So the San Antonio news media followed the stories of the quadruplets really closely and did a follow up segment on the four babies for their first birthday. She at this point was thirty. Three issue. Stunningly beautiful happily remarried and had six kids. Total and Alan persisted in the hatred and jealousy over his ex wife by ninety seven. The bad blood between Alan and his ex wife Sheila was something everyone in the equation was used to. But it's in this year that the tides turned the wheels of conspiracy were set in motion. That summer Alan blackthorn suddenly surrendered his parental rights over Stevie and Darryl to Sheila completely and that same month is when Alan blackthorn started soliciting friends of his like Golf Buddy Danny Rocha to quote unquote. Beat up his ex wife. And I have a theory about why he sort of inexplicably after fighting so hard to beat Sheila whether it's divorce or over custody or whatever I think he decided I that he was gonNA kill her so he's like I can give up parental rights because I'll just get him back killer so it's all getting back the Stepdad's not going to keep my kids so I think he was like I'll stop. Fighting is probably expensive lawyers and shed. He's like I'll just handed over and I'll just get it back. Well in his mind is probably just the easier way out. He's like oh I can just kill her. It's fine no big deal. Where now he's going this back and forth it's a pain in the ASS. He's obviously just like a spiteful piece of shit so why did you always be always be careful? If you're in a protracted fight for really long time and somebody all of a sudden and says okay. I'm good there's something behind that. Oh yeah if somebody's willing to fight that hard for something it's obviously very calculated. Move for them to just back off yet trim so in this ninety seven so they had been fighting for nearly a decade because their divorce was finalized in eight so ten years and then suddenly he's just being amenable to whatever. She wants highly unlikely but in ninety seven of that year a lot happened in that summer in the war. That is Sheila versus Alan. The balance has started the process of moving to Florida so within that timeframe is something very unexpected happened. An incident allegedly occurred between Sheila in her younger daughter. Daryl in these are again the children she shares with Allen so a lot of accusations just so you guys are aware were made during and post the blackthorn divorce when Sheila separated from Allen. It's difficult to determine which accusations were true in which were fabricated as ammunition and sort of as bargaining chips as far as getting custody of the children and fighting.
"sheila" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Hi I'm Lena Hobbs and this is crimes of passion a podcast original the legal definition of a crime of passion is a violent crime that occurs in the rose of extreme emotion leaving no time to reflect on the consequences but in this show we explore how passionate relationships sometimes lead us to criminal activity how does a husband and wife become killer and victim or killer and co-conspirator if there's a thin line between love and hate one manipulates relationships into deadly results you can find episodes of crimes of passion and all other parkas originals three on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream crimes of passion for free on spotify just open the APP and type crimes of passion in the search bar at park asked we are grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help last week we met Maxwell Garvey a wealthy and charismatic farmer in Lawrence Kirk Scotland who pushed his wife Sheila into a radical lifestyle and Max's insistence the couple experimented with nudism pornographic photo shoot and swinging parties in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven and thirty four year old Max introduced thirty two year old Sheila to twenty two year old Brian Kevin Dale and encourage them to sleep together but when Brian En- Sheila fell in love Max intervened to end the relationship. This week we'll discuss the continued affair between Sheila and Brian Behind Max's back as Sheila plotted to escape her marriage the love triangle ended with violent consequences.
"sheila" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Ninety three Maxwell Garvey was considered one of the most eligible bachelors in northeast Scotland he was handsome charming and well educated his family owned hundreds of acres of land just outside of the picturesque town of Lawrence Kirk just nineteen years old Max already a successful businessman thanks to a partnership with his wealthy father the two ran the family's massive farm together Max didn't have to any of the physical Labor himself instead he acted as the farms overseer directing his employees from the lofty quarters of the families elegant five bedrooms state Max was described by his workers as a conscientious farmer who took land operations seriously but when he wasn't working he had a reputation for being playboy he liked fast cars drinking and parties it was at one of these parties that he met a pretty seventeen year old woman named Sheila Watson Sheila was born to a respectable family in the coastal fishing village of Stonehaven she spent part of her childhood living in Balmoral castle a Scottish summer vacation home for the royal family her father worked as a stoneman for the estate and when Sheila was a teenager she also worked at the castle as a housekeeper Sheila's work and home life was comfortable but restrictive she was an outgoing young woman who was likely board living in the pastoral castle surrounded by forests and farmland miles away from anything resembling a social life when she was in her late teens her family moved back to stonehaven about fifteen miles north of Lawrence Kirk there nineteen fifty-three she met Maxwell Garvey Max was first drawn to Sheila due to her looks he was a affectionate to love to be surrounded by Beauty Sheila was young slim and blonde on a superficial level she was his exam act ideal Sheila found him equally attractive though she had little experience with men she could tell that Max was an impressive one she was awed by his expensive clothes and sophisticated manner they started dating and in June of Nineteen fifty five twenty one year old Max and nineteen year old Sheila were married around the same time Max took full control over his family farm thanks in part to this sheer size of the plot the farm was prosperous and ensured a steady income for Max without much work on his part the couple moved into a lavish farmhouse at West Karen Beg about one mile north of Lawrence Kirk they became a fixture of the town social scene often hosting parties and appearing at local events friends said they seemed happy and devoted to one another within a year they had the first child a daughter named Wendy they had a second girl Angela the year after that Max had plenty to keep him busy but despite a young family active social life and successful business neighbors noticed that he always teamed with restless energy he purchased new cars bragged about them for weeks only grow bored and sell them soon afterward he pursued thrill seeking hobbies like sport flying he was prone to dream thinking heavily before I continue with Max's psychology please note I am not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but I have done a lot of research for the show in the early nineteen Sixties University of Delaware Psychologists Marvin Zuckerman identified a personnel betrayed he called sensation seeking he noted the treat is defined by the need for varied novel complex and intense and sations and experiences and the willingness to take physical social and legal risk for the sake of such experience Zuckerman discovered that people who are drawn to exciting experiences process new stimuli differently than those who tend to avoid excitement the different physiological response may explain why some people derive pleasure from risky activities while others feelings -iety but Zuckerman also pointed out that cessation seekers are more susceptible to high risk behaviors like reckless driving excessive drinking and drug abuse sensation seeking can also affect an individual's romantic relationships since they are more likely to engage in in sacraments words a greater variety of sexual behavior I with a greater number of partners than low sensation seekers Maxwell Garvey was always on the lookout for an exciting new hobby to pursue orphan loss affi to follow in the early nineteen sixties he began experimenting with Nudism Nudism also called naturalism was not a new Movement for decades naturalist organizations had touted the benefits of the nudist ideology linking it to the values of openness and accept offense. They emphasize that their embrace of nudity wasn't sexual but more about relaxation and good health however according to Sheila Guard be Maxwell had a different perspective for him nudism wasn't merely about returning to a more natural state it was about to find in social norms and crossing boundaries this attitude took a toll on the Garvey's marriage as maxine increasingly willing and even Eager to push his wife passed her comfort zone Sheila leader said that even though she was confused and upset by her husband's new Russian she tried to comply with his demands in nineteen sixty two twenty nine year old Max persuaded his twenty seven year old wife too attended Nudist Club in Edinburgh Sheila Garvey stepped into the small cottage to undress she tried to hide her distaste everything about this repelled her especially her husband's enthusiasm Max kept saying that this was a chance to challenge there in additions but Sheila didn't think they needed to be challenged she didn't understand why things couldn't keep going on the way they had they had a good life creating but Sheila supposed it was her duty as a wife to make him happy so she would have to indulge him when she finished undressing she stepped out of the cottage to explore the clubs grounds the park was slush with flourishing trees and ivy in might have been a pleasant stroll. she couldn't help cringing and averting her eyes anytime stranger came near as Sheila past one of the gardens she stopped short at what she saw aw a naked middle aged man sitting on a bench a little girl stood next to him she was about eleven or twelve not much older than Sheila's daughters she was also naked as Sheila watched the man persuaded the girl too sit on his lap Sheila turned away revolted one encodes name had her husband gotten them into a few months after Sheila saw this man's inappropriate behavior she discovered that he was brought to court on public indecency charge the man was expelled from the club but not before he had the opportunity to lear at naked prepubescent children Sheila worried that product here's where taking advantage of the naturalist ideology to exploit vulnerable people she also worried that her husband's fascination with nudism was are uncomfortable he also began to order books on sexuality as well as pornographic magazines to be delivered to their house Sheila said he seemed to get sex out of all proportion anything connected with it forming books came into the house and were tossed into the bin unread it just seemed to change this kind of sudden fixation with sexuality fits with the Mayo Clinic describes as Hyper Sexuality defined as compulsive sexual behavior either sexuality is an excessive preoccupation with sexual fantasies urges or behaviors that is Local Control Causes Distress or negativity Effects One's health job relationships or other parts of one's life she drink more to cope with her anxiety but even as her mental health suffered she continued to try to please her husband so when Max says Max was evidently turned on by Ken Doll Ism a fetish in which a man exposes his partner to other people for their voyeur ristic pleasure to Sheila the fetish crossed the line she felt completely violated but to her dismay her husband was only getting started.
"sheila" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Healthy children everything they could want the trouble with Max was he was never satisfied it was infused if not for the jarring sight of nude bodies all around her instead of feeling more relaxed Sheila felt stiff and tense transforming him in disturbing ways around the same time mack started pushing Sheila to try new sexual positions and acts that made while Max didn't seem bothered by his sexual preoccupation it was becoming a problem in his relationship with Sheila she was depressed about her marriage. judge and started seeing a psychologist but she didn't tell him about her husband's sexual behavior because she was embarrassed like Max asked her to pose for some erotic photographs Sheila agreed she was later appalled to discover he was showing these photographs to friends and acquaintance.
"sheila" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Me hops and this is crimes of passion apar- cast original the legal definition of a crime of passion is violent crime that occurs in the throes of extremely motion leaving no time to reflect on the consequences but in this show we explore how passionate relationships sometimes lead us to mental activity out is a husband and wife become killer and victim or killer and co-conspirator if there's a thin line between love and hate what manipulates our relationships and a deadly results you can find episodes of crimes of passion and all other podcasts originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream crimes of passion for free on spotify just open the APP and type crimes ashes in the search bar at podcast we are grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook an instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help this week we're covering the marriage of Maxwell and Sheila Garvey a wealthy attractive couple from North East Scotland on the surface they enjoyed an enviable life of good fortune and privilege but in private the Garvey's experimental sex life drove a wedge between the couple and push them toward an inevitable break next week we'll discuss how the Garvey's marriage fell apart art leading to one of the most sensationalized crimes and Scottish history.
"sheila" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"sheila" Discussed on Critical Role
"For the time being Sheila has not released for the time being. Right. Held mass missile fizzles could time passes. I'm not I don't know. That yet. I'm gonna keep looking for over here to continue to move into the next area. Okay. I'm going to. I mean like we should. I don't feel okay with you being alone. All I'm still doing case, you scoot around the area. So both you start moving through in this vicinity. Anything in the same. Again. I'm gonna do the same as fast as performed. You can do all three heavily bonus action. We both can. Yes, keyboards. No question. Oh back in the chamber. Technologic is still up. This kind of see anything of with an all glow in this room out of them. What four picked up. Only the or from the table table. So none of the shit around on the edge. It's okay. Okay. I guess I will start studying the rooms on the walls to see how they contribute to this mystery come check now. For this gets the defor checks. No saves annotation tax. Fourteen. It's it's hard to pick up the details of these particular runes, they seem a similar age as the ones you saw on the table. But it's not not the same enchantment. You pick up that there is some there their place there for some reason. But you're able to really ascertain what it is. I'm going to on a whim. I'm going to try. I'm gonna use a second level spouse to cost cast comprehend language, I instantly to see if anything becomes clearer, and I have to touch the table and touch the walls to do that. Right. It is not a language per se. These aren't these aren't passages or for linkage being transmitted, these are rooms of some kind. They are used to channel something they may. Or may not be connected to the table altar in the centre. What are we doing here? Can I hold up the sphere and one end in the falcon and the other two they react to each other. They both get brighter. Can I try? Hold the spirit to my chest. Yes..
"sheila" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"sheila" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"sheila" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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