35 Burst results for "Small Baby"

Record Voter Turnout Could Make Nation Look Like A Bunch Of Dorks

The Topical

00:55 sec | 11 hrs ago

Record Voter Turnout Could Make Nation Look Like A Bunch Of Dorks

"Are you registered to vote? If so, you're not alone and just one week hundreds of millions of Americans are projected to head to the polls to participate in the presidential election and millions more of already cast their ballot early both in person and by mail, but many experts believe the high volume of Voters could actually present a massive Problem by making our nation look like a bunch of dorks here with more is ope our senior political correspondent Dirk Mullins. Hi Leslie. Thanks for having me. Now Dirk. This does come as quite a concern. We still have a whole week before election day and the people in charge of counting. These votes are already concerned about us looking like a bunch of baby back bitches. How exactly did this happen. Well Lesley when it comes to sheer number of weenies voting this election experts are floored various posters. I've taught To say they're anticipating more ballots being cast in 2020 than ever before which gives an off-putting goody-two-shoes vibe. That just makes you want to shove them inside the locker and give them purple nurple. Here's

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Chicago Police Search For Baby After Mom Said Car Was Stolen With Him Inside

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 21 hrs ago

Chicago Police Search For Baby After Mom Said Car Was Stolen With Him Inside

"Street. This woman said she heard the mother screaming. I hope they find the baby The baby is OK would be nice. If they lay the baby can be safe.

Visibility is on the ballot

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:26 min | 1 d ago

Visibility is on the ballot

"Today were diving into women of color that are on the ballot, and also what candidates and campaigns need to be doing better to reach out to black around and indigenous communities. We have Glenda car, the CO founder President of Higher Heights. So if you listen to our episode before this with State's attorney I, use your bray boy, she was wearing her black women. Lead shirt so that sure comes from higher heights and we have Lynn when the political director for run API I a new initiative that just out of the gates gained so much attention and is doing wonderful work and I can't wait to dive into talking to her about the amazing things that they're doing. But in typical BG fashion, we have to start off the. Conversation by talking about Howard Brown rose got involved in Politics Lynn, let's start with you. What made you want to do this work I met you when you are on Standard Booker's presidential race landward with on my best friends in the booker who has the flow colder actor we immediately had energy I appreciate offer letting even on here I. Think what's so I just? WanNa start. It's it's always a struggle for us like Asian women thinking. Okay. If this is a speech for Black and Brown women do we do we belong in us as organizers in the space that we challenge ourselves on every single day? I, appreciate the all see us as part of his fight Abdu I'm no my start in politics it was in high school. I had to fulfil my community service hours as Eilly volunteer for my local mayor's race. Obviously had no idea what organizing wise what it meant to talk to voters. And it wasn't until our college when I was organizing around development movement was like Oh shit. Okay. So this is what this is but I think what's really interesting is that it's I think for me because I get asked that a lot especially with the next generation of organizers coming in and it wasn't so much like what what started this interest. But it's been in especially in the last few years it's been the women around me that have kept. You know and it's like it's it's I. Think we often you'll so burnt out in this process but it is absolutely been like this networks like very intentional network of women that have kept here. Sorry and we will go to Glenda and it's weird for me. y'All not to see Granddad two or three times a month. That's how often we would just see each other at different events conferences in even when we get on the phone I'm like it's my Glenn like I miss you so much but I'm super excited to have her here. Today Higher Heights. It's an organization that I've been involved with or a long time. Now is an organization that I give a lot of my time my coins as well because that's important the when that's how us what each of this work you know I come from a politically active family I mean I don't think they overtly would call themselves that but others did right and so I am a daughter of a Caribbean immigrant migrated here. My mother picked him up next door literally like WHO's this guy next door and David got married and? Had three children and the baby and my father was a community activist right in. Here's a man that didn't become a citizen until the later part of his life because he wanted to vote for his friend Joe Lieberman and But everybody assumed that he was like he was the political light Caribbean political maker in the community about making sure people registered to vote he was very active in and So was my mother on my eighteenth birthday I'm sure my parents gave me a jewelry because that's what they gave me at every birthday. Don't remember what was didn't don't wear it is but they registered me devote my mother put me in her car drove me down to city hall and registered to vote in until the day she died she called me and my brothers on major elections to make sure we. voted. So it was just kind of ingrained around our civic civic engagement But I thought it was going to be a musician went to Music Conservatory and was Likley engaged on campus. As we all are particularly go to a predominantly white college. There's always some takeover

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Motherhood with Rachel Reilly Villegas

Babes and Babies

04:53 min | 1 d ago

Motherhood with Rachel Reilly Villegas

"Your daughter is four. How have you been preparing her for baby brother to come? That is a great question because I keep asking people what to do. you know, I. I feel like we're really lucky were very active family we live in. La. So there's so much to do. We've been going on like we've been really trying to spend a lot of time with her and my husband and I have really been trying to make her feel really important throughout this whole pregnancy so that she doesn't feel like the baby's coming in he's going to be more important are going to need more time because I just assume that one's baby comes that it is going to be a full time. I don't know fulltime thing where she might feel like a little left out I've been getting advice from all my girlfriends and from the Internet and. Basically people are like you just need to get like get some presents like do some activities make her feel special like include her May. Take her shopping and let her by the stuff for the baby So that's kind of what we've been trying to do I keep telling her you know, oh, your baby brothers going to need all your how he's going to need you to feed him and he's going to need you to help with the clothes and help with the pacifier and all that fun stuff. Some trying to include her. That's the best advice that I've gotten. So I don't know you maybe you have better mice. New Baby. I do. I. Only have one and it has been a trip. I was just telling Rachel right before the show that. I'm just filling in the thick of it right now, I don't know what's going on I mean this lot. So I had issues with the tongue tie with her so we had to get those released. Last week, and so since then she's just been really upset and I can understand why and. But it kind of comes and goes and she had a couple of good days and now it's just like she's just crying so much and it's just really really hard. So I know that we want to add more kids to the mix right now I just can't wrap my head around it because I'm like, oh my gosh this this little human it's I. Feel so bad for her too. It's like I'm still trying to read her cues right? So she's crying and I'm like are you just pissed off? Does your stomach hurt does your mouth? Like, you know, are you tired like, what can I do? Oh. Oh. Dory gets better. And I it took me three years before I was like, okay we can have another one. I just needed that time I took two years off of work also because I was like I thought with my I I was like you know I just need to focus all my attention on her and I need her to be feeling really comfortable but now with. My second. I'm like I'm already ready to you know we'll see what happens because have don't have the second one yet but I'm like I don't know I feel like it's it's going to be totally different story than it was the first but don't worry after three months when they start sleeping through the night, you're going to be like Oh this is like you know. Way Better. I remember. My first time, I got to go to the gym after it was like I think like a month or maybe like a few like three weeks after she was born and I got to go to the gym by Myself I. Got to take a shower by myself. I went the Sauna. I had a day at the SPA. And the most amazing day ever. So you'll get there don't worry. Yeah. For sure and I feel like she was a lot easier in those first few weeks. So like I would I remember the first time I washed my hair and shaved my legs during one shower sessions you know. Exactly I am woman. Now it's like you have to pick and choose like what am I going to do today today had to wash my hair so that was it. Really for sure I know and everyone says it gets easier. Everyone's like three like three to four months and then they're six months and then the newborn stage is just a blur. You know it's Better. Up. The and that's what I'm like I'm nervous about because I remember it being so hard I just remember not sleeping and I remember thinking in my head. Okay. This just it goes by so fast but it goes by it takes forever while it's actually happening. kind of that's what I'm kind of nervous about. So I'm like, okay I need to just kind of try to make it as easy for myself as possible and you know not put pressure on myself but. Yeah. But the same token I'm such A. Like crazy overachiever I'm like I'm going to be able to do twenty different million things because who cares tickets you know? No big deal. Yeah. You'll get back to that though you know like. Once you adjust and get the hang of it you'll be like, okay. Yeah. No big deal. Yeah exactly.

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Interview With Robin McBride and Andra McBride John

How I Built This

05:32 min | 1 d ago

Interview With Robin McBride and Andra McBride John

"Okay so I warned you last time this story is epic right and I am assuming you're here because you've already heard part one of this two part story how two half sisters who didn't know the other existed until both were grown up went onto launch one of the biggest black owned wine companies in the world. But if you haven't heard part one, please stop listening right now and go back one episode and your podcast queue to hear it. As for the rest of you, you've now had a few days to dry your eyes and recover from the first half of the story. Which means we are at the business building part of what would eventually become the McBride Sisters Collection. Now, the thing about Andrea and Robin mcbryde is that despite both growing up in winemaking regions Robin in Monterey California, Andrea in new. Zealand neither sister had any real connection to the industry and neither had any real money to put towards a business. They were also young women of color trying to break into an industry that's often been dominated by older mainly white men. But now this matter they didn't care. They knew that they both shared a love of wine and that they both had a deep and powerful desire to work together. and. There was one other thing. They were motivated by mission they wanted to build a company that would make wine more accessible to disrupt and demystify the sometimes intimidating parts of wine culture. Grape varietals had a tasted regional nuances. Ratings even had a read labels. And when they I dreamed up the idea of starting wine company Robin, the older sister had been working at a corporate job and was married with three children and Andrea, was a college student at USC. I mean. Neither of you had a whole lot of start up cash if any did you Robyn did you I mean you had been working but you also family did you have any savings I mean not match you know it was kind of a nearly paycheck to paycheck. Already got married. We had recently purchased a home, but you know we have brand new twin babies and an older girl. So there wasn't a whole lot of cash available and under assuming given that you're on scholarship at USC in a college student, you probably were broke right I. Mean I got my scholarship checks in on. Where you could get a job and make money you know that was that was what I did. So the the the original idea was it sounds like what you guys settled on was let's just import wine and and Kinda put a label on it was that the initial idea. So we had this grand vision we felt like what was really critically important was that. Incredibly passionate about wine yes. Students of wine but we need to learn the business of wine and you know we could get this license in California, a federal import license that was like fifteen hundred dollars. It was like our total life savings and we could import other people's winds and we started by reaching out to two families in New Zealand, and then we could we could learn the business and we went to them and basically said, you know don't put all your eggs and basket. We think California could be a great market to grow your brands and your winds and we negotiated really long payment term so he could bring in the wine. Sell it. Click the cash, pay the light bill and then pay them back and then. As a part of the process was every harvest. We come back and you guys teach us how to make wine. And you Andrea ahead of some connections in new. Zealand 'cause you're from there and your family, your family farmers. Yeah. So when you first approach these wineries in New Zealand and they agreed to send you wine. How did that work like how many? How many bottles of wine did you initially by and then where did you go to sell them? So yeah so it was crazy. It was at the time at felt like it was an insanely huge amount of wine. In it was a palette which is. Fifty Four I. Like the the minimum of what you can put on a boat. But for us, that was just an insane an internet case of wine. There's twelve bottles. So right it just felt like a huge defeat to be able to get these licenses because you know the the sale of alcohol states is highly regulated. And it's very strict and so just the process of obtaining a license to import seemed and felt like such a huge rigorous process and then and then to convince people. You know to entrust in US and give US product and then to get on a boat and then and then bring it into the port of Long Beach at the time, and then put it into a federally bonded warehouse because you can't just like bring that to your house has to go into

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A Canadian family that raised $2 million for their baby's life-saving medical treatment has received it for free

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

A Canadian family that raised $2 million for their baby's life-saving medical treatment has received it for free

"Treatment to save the life of a sick baby in Canada. CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo reports a Canadian family that raised $2 million for their daughter's life saving medical treatment has received it for free. Lucy Van Normal was randomly selected by drug company Novartis Gene Therapies, tohave the onetime infusion covered through its managed access program. The seven month old was born with spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic disease that causes babies. Ls toe waste away. Since receiving the treatment. Lucy's parents say she has already shown improvement.

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Angry protests as Poland's top court bans virtually all abortions

Dan Proft

00:21 sec | 3 d ago

Angry protests as Poland's top court bans virtually all abortions

"Of protesters vetted fury across Poland over a top court ruling that declared abortions of unborn babies. With congenital defects unconstitutional, effectively nearing one of Europe's strictest abortion laws, police fans and units and right here would dispatch Friday the guard the Warsaw home of the leader of Poland's right wing. Ruling party breaking news and analysis a townhall dot com

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A green puppy was born in Italy

Anna Davlantes

00:56 sec | 3 d ago

A green puppy was born in Italy

"You needed, you know, one more thing just to make you smile or one thing to make you smile. Just go on Google the of the Green puppy Because in Italy, there are these babies puppies born this little puppies and one of them is green, and his name is pistachio. Well, that's perfect. So cute. Well, like what is going on here? I was surprised it happened now. I mean, you think around ST Patrick's day it would make sense, You know, But right now it's a It's a rare thing that actually It's really you could look at this yourself. I mean, the puppies kind here in. Yeah, he's so cute has to do with the pigmentation that happens with these puppies, which is again really, really rare. It's like substance under Mommy's wound. Mother Dog's room. It happens in utero, and they're born with a green tint to a definite definite Green tend to it, but it fades as they age and this puppy will look like another poppy. And you'd never know. Yeah, that this puppy named Pistachio was named pistachio for a good reason it wass and

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Why Are Whales So Big?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

06:19 min | 4 d ago

Why Are Whales So Big?

"This is but why a podcast for curious kids from Vermont Public Radio? I'm the host. Jane Lindholm. On this show you tell us what you're interested in and what your questions are about that thing you're interested in. And we use your questions to guide what we talk about on the show. Your curiosity dictates what we explore. When I was young, I really wanted to be a marine biologist that's a scientist who studies things that live in the oceans and lots of you are interested in marine biology to we've done episodes about fish about why the sea is salty and other things related to oceans like our jellyfish really made out of Jelly spoiler alert they're not. But now we're going to focus on one particular type of animal that lives in the oceans that like me a lot of you are fascinated by. Can you guess what animal we might be discussing? Well. That is the sound of a humpback whale singing. And, that sound comes courtesy of the federal government's no of fisheries website. But we're not going to focus on the way whales communicate today that's going to be a future episode. So be sure to listen for that one too. We want today to have a better understanding of what whales are and how they move through the oceans and occasionally through rivers to here's our guide for today's episode. My name is Nick Pinson. I'm a paleontologist at the Smithsonian in Washington DC. Tell me what paleontologist is healing tallest looks for any trace of life that lived a long long time ago, and they tend to look for fossils which can be bones footprints leaves any kind of trace of life that isn't around now, but we know existed millions billions of years ago. One of the challenges and one of the things I like most about being paleontologist is that you don't get all the clues that you'd like to. So we don't get a full skeleton sometimes you do but mostly not see have to make the best you can do with a little bit of information, and that's what makes paleontology for me a lot like a detective story. So neck, some of the kids listening now might be scratching their heads because they know that this episode is about Wales and you just told us you're a paleontologist. So you look for signs of life that doesn't exist anymore, but Wales still exists. I got into science because I really liked looking for fossils and that led me eventually to looking at Wales because Wales are mammals that live notion and some of them live in the rivers but you're probably more familiar with ones that live in the oceans that are really big that have flippers that have flukes They look from the outside a bit more like a fish than. A Mammal, what's really neat about them is that we know that they're mammals and that they're closely related to other hoofed mammals specifically the hoofed mammals that have even toes to toes and those mammals are cows, pigs, deer, camels, sheep. That's who whales are most closely related to, and if you look at the wheel and you look at all of its near cousins that are live today. Realize that whales look really really different and what explains why they're so different has to do with how they volved, how they came to be and going back to fossils were really fortunate and being able to find fossil whales tell us how those changes happened. So I'm lucky enough to be able to work with teams of scientists to go round the world and look for fossils. Of Whales and then try to understand how those fit in with what we know about whales today, and also where they're going because the earth has always changed and it's still changing I want to get to some of the questions that our listeners have sent us. But just before we do I, want to pick up on something that you said, which was that whales are really closely related. Even toed hoofed animals, but they look really different. So if they look really different, how can to animals be very closely related because you'd think they'd be more closely related to something else that they look like like a shark or a fish right just because something lives in the water or looks like a fish doesn't mean they're all related to each other whales, sharks and fish the last time they shared a common ancestor was probably nearly half a billion years ago. Let's get more precise about. Wales as related to other mammals, we have a lot of different ways of knowing how organisms are related to each other. We can look at their DNA which tells us directly about their relationships in a way. That's that doesn't connect to how they look as more to do with their genetics. Right DNA tells us that whales fit in with all these other mammals whales are mammals, and that's something you would know probably from just looking. At the fact that they re there, they have babies drink milk from their MOMS do have hair. If you are ever get the opportunity to close enough to whale, and even if you seem photos of baby, dolphins have little tiny whiskers on their snout they lose them pretty quickly. But those are all telling you about their deeper ancestry and you want to use all the different kinds of evidence available to you whether it's DNA. That might tell you one story or fossils that tell you a story that maybe sometimes is a bit different and that's why I say that fossils tell something that we wouldn't otherwise. No. We can have a a family tree of animals based on DNA and then fossils tell us about this branches of the tree that we wouldn't otherwise know about and for Wales. That's what tells us that the earliest whales lived on land

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Google's antitrust battles: Here's what you need to know

Slate's If Then

02:48 min | 4 d ago

Google's antitrust battles: Here's what you need to know

"On Tuesday a sitting on my couch playing with my baby and I got a news alert on my phone that the justice department was suing Google. Phone briefing we understand being led by the deputy Jeffrey. It's the first time. The government has gone after big tech like this in more than twenty years this morning, the Department of Justice and eleven state. Filed an antitrust civil lawsuit against Google for unlawfully maintaining a monopoly general services and search advertising. I wanted to find out more about the and so I searched for the complaint on my phone. And that search was powered by google. You know on one hand your desire your urge to Google to find that information is what millions and millions of people do every day about the most basic queries. That's Tony Romm covers tech for the Washington. Post and they do this at least in Google's is because they see Google to be the best search engine available to people right now. But the thing is Google search engine is on my phone by default. The government basically argues that consumers like me didn't have much choice in the matter that Google became the default not because it's best but because it struck a bunch of unfair deals. Deals with apple and other cellphone makers as well as carriers. Deals that make it search engine and search advertising not just dominant unfairly. So and in addition to that, it's made it hard for any other company any other potential rival to be the next Google. So to speak to put together a search engine that you might find even more effective or you know a company that could have even more useful products that you might be likely to gravitate toward. Here's the thing about antitrust law. It can feel kind of boring and Arcane, but it affects our choices as consumers what we see what we buy what our options are. So a case like this really matters especially because it doesn't happen all that. Often the government really hasn't gone after a company like this in recent memory the last time the Justice Department sued big tech. Company for antitrust violations was in nineteen, ninety eight when it went after Microsoft they just have shied away from those kinds of antitrust challenges. We simply have not seen the US government go toe to toe in a case like the US government is bringing against Google. Today on the show, the case against Google. The government is trying to police big tech for the first time in decades. So why is this happening now? How strong is the case and does it matter that it's coming from trump's justice department? I'm Lizzie O'Leary and you're listening to what? Next td a show about technology power, how the future will be determined

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Hundreds of parents separated from kids at the border remain "unreachable"

Post Reports

03:25 min | 5 d ago

Hundreds of parents separated from kids at the border remain "unreachable"

"Week, we learned in a court filing that of the children who were separated from their parents at the border under the trump administration. There are still five hundred in forty-five children whose parents can't be found. Tail. Are Reporter for. The Post. In two thousand, eighteen at the trump administration rolled out this zero tolerance immigration policy. Officials went into disincentivize families from Central America trying to come to the US. So they started two separate parents from their kids as soon as they crossed the border, the United States will not be. A migrants camp. And it will not be a refugee holding. Facility won't. Be. You. Look at what's happening in Europe. You look at what's happening in other places. We can't allow that to happen to the United States not on my watch. This of course made headlines and many. Americans. On both sides of the political spectrum were changed. Think of the stress of these children they take a baby away from a nursing mother. They tell someone you're going to. We're going to give the baby shower or bath, and then they take the baby put them in a car seat and drives them away. This is not. Normal. And it's barbaric. It has to stop. As, I'm sure many people remember that essentially. Created ton of chaos. Tens of protests. Really. Caused a huge uproar of anger at the government for the record Madam Secretary we still using cages for children I. Sir, we don't use cases for children in the border facilities that you've been to They were not made a to detain children as children, her pastas through they are in some parts of those facilities. Madam. I fear Yes. As clear as they can serve respectfully are trying to. or no we still putting children cages to my knowledge VP never purposely put a child in a cage. Purposely whatever Are we putting children in cages as today? Children are processed the border facility stations that you've been at some of an obscene cages. You to admit that the cages exist. An you know eventually the the trump administration was forced to. Reverse. The. Policy. But many months before most of us had even heard about the child separations in two thousand, eighteen in the latter half of two, thousand seventeen the government was almost in in secret with very little fanfare running a very similar program. A pilot program if you will in in El Paso in which they separated about fifteen hundred children from their parents. Tayo says that while it's generally been hard to track down the families that have been separated, this group of kids from twenty seventeen has been particularly tough to reunite with their parents some but not all of the children whose parents still haven't been found were part of this pilot separations program that occurred in in all pass Oh during the second half of two thousand seventeen.

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Nicki Minaj Claps Back After Twitter User Posts Fake Baby

Mojo In The Morning

00:56 sec | 5 d ago

Nicki Minaj Claps Back After Twitter User Posts Fake Baby

"Is welcomed her first child a baby boy a couple of weeks ago, and she's fairly private about her little man as she should have every right to be well, fortunately, somebody wanted their fifteen minutes of fame. They wanted their viral moment and so they shared a photo of a random baby on social media and claimed it was the first photo of Nicki. Menaj baby way. tweet from this rancho crazy amount of lakes dead everybody loves celebrity babies. Nikki was not happy about this. Obviously, she tweeted yesterday one, hundred, sixteen, Thousand Lakes, not my baby, not his name imagine doing this please delete this person's child from your page and she then gave fans a little bit of what they wanted an actual photo of her baby. It wasn't baby's face. It was just a shot of her hand holding this little teeny tiny baby, which was really cute but. It's not her

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Charlotte: COVID-19 cases tied to United House of Prayer

Rush Limbaugh

00:48 sec | 5 d ago

Charlotte: COVID-19 cases tied to United House of Prayer

"Corona virus outbreak here in Charlotte connected to the United House of Prayer. So today, the counties asking people who attended an event there recently to get tested. It's believed to be the largest outbreak so far in Mecklenburg County, and officials like Deputy Mecklenburg Health director Dr Reynard Washington, say testing is a necessity not for those who attended that weeklong convocation event that ended October 11th. The Health Department have been in contact with several local health department. About the state of North Carolina and South Carolina and Georgia, as well as in New York City to inform them of the potential outbreak of events as well as I asked them to monitor for potential cases that may be connected to a drive through testing event will be held today and Friday from 9 A.m. to 5 P.m., a 28 45 Babies Ford Road near of the church, which refused to conduct testing on site, according to county

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Man Shot Dead, Woman Shot And Wounded By Waukegan Officers, Chicago

WBBM Morning News

00:53 sec | 5 d ago

Man Shot Dead, Woman Shot And Wounded By Waukegan Officers, Chicago

"A 19 year old man was killed in a 20 year old woman wounded and others are also demanding answers. Waukegan police a 20 year old Pharrell Williams threw her car into reverse and towards a police officer after being pulled over for a second time within minutes of each other Tuesday night. The officer opened fire, wounding Williams and killing her boyfriend, Marcellus Stinnett. Williamsmother Cliff Tina Johnson told CBS to just play it for her life. She said that she wanted To see her baby. They get around, she won. The state police investigation is expected to take a few weeks, including examining the Waukegan police officer's body Cam and Dashcam videos. After that the Lake County state's attorney's office will review the case. Ernie to FOIA NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM, Indiana State police were involved in a low speed

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Social Media Influenced or Influencers?

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:45 min | 5 d ago

Social Media Influenced or Influencers?

"The highest paid earner on Youtube is not old enough to get a driver's license. In fact, he's nine his name is Ryan. His channel May twenty, six, million dollars last year and fact two of the top three global earners on Youtube are under ten years old. The third highest earner is a six year old Russian girl who brought in eighteen million dollars recently, lawmakers in France passed a bill that contained similar labor protections for child social, media stars as for child actors models while protecting kids is a laudable thing to do. It feels A. Bit Strange calling this new law a win several months ago in a breakpoint commentary, we discussed teenage pop music, Star Name Billy Irish who swept the two thousand twenty grammy awards are concerns about how island had been exploited to make money apply here too when childhoods are directed toward building media, empires, Young Youtube Stars in elementary age social media influencers earn money by broadcasting their lives online and then charging money for ad placements. All of this enabled, of course, by their parents and our society and especially weird but largely unquestioned societal norm is revealed in. All of this, our culture idolizes the concept of agency justifying almost anything by the capacity to act according to One's granted wishes all of our postmodern moral claims about sexuality hinge on agency. If an encounter was consensual, it was okay. If a baby is wanted, then it's really baby if a couple wants to stay married, they should if they don't, they shouldn't no other questions to be asked however does anyone actually believed that a six year old girl who thinks she's just playing at the park with her dad but his actually being broadcast and millions. Of Subscribers Online has agency isn't even possible for her to understand realize that she's the star of kindergarten version of the Truman show of course, not kids have no concept of the dangers that kind of publicity not to mention that kind of money can pose for her personal and relational wellbeing. In fact, we only need check in on Corey Feldman or Britney Spears to see just what should be obvious that people meant to protect. THEM AREN'T French lawmakers concerned about how hard they work as noble was at intention may be the people meant to protect. Children are their parents. Still the problem created here is two pronged on the other side of the camera. That's pointed directly in the faces of celebrity kids are other kids who are obsessively consuming their content and are sold on a wrong idea of what life is ultimately all about even more new netflix documentary reveals just how much the success of social media companies hinges on our loss of agency and the social dilemma. A handful of Silicon Valley engineers and former social media executives describe how successfully algorithms keep users on their sites for as long as. Possible the five videos that pop up in the up next column on Youtube are generated by an algorithm built by people who are trained in human psychology and determine what will interest you. The next video then plays automatically after intending to watch just one, we end up watching dozens and algorithms custom sell videos. Artificial intelligence can even create them writing in medium. John. Bridled scribes the infiltration of bought created videos for children on Youtube botts determine what videos kids are watching, and then create mashups of images, songs, and Buzzword Hashtags in order to keep them. Watching and no amount of gatekeepers or regulators can keep out those with nefarious intent including those who create videos of lovable cartoon characters doing horrifying things the new. York Times covered this dangerous phenomenon a few years ago in a peace with this headline on Youtube kids startling video slipped past filters. One tampered with video featured kids, cartoon character, pepe pig being literally tortured by her dentist. It showed up on Youtube S- front page when users type in just a few basic search terms thankfully youtube caught it and eventually removed it look at the very least. Parents must diligently monitor what their kids are watching online. However, we must diligently push back on those parts of our digital culture that are now going largely unquestioned cultures most powerful, not where it is the loudest. But in what it normalizes screen time worldview messages, the inept concept of consent and yes child celebrity isn't children bear the image of God they exist because he loves them not so that they could fulfill the

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Getting Unstuck

A Slob Comes Clean

05:16 min | 5 d ago

Getting Unstuck

"I'm so glad that you are joining me today we're not gonNA use your name correct, and that is I would say completely understandable to the vast majority of those people who are listening. You know I mean obviously I started as Nonni short for anonymous so I completely and totally complete understand so anyway but. We have you here today and when she just start out by just telling us a little bit about your unique life situation. So married we have three girls ranging from ages to up to thirteen. We home school and we did home schooling long before all everybody else had to home school and you're like legit homeschooling. Yeah I don't. I don't know any other way besides home schooling as I did public school myself but that's been. A long time ago. Let's see we have too many cats in this house and a German shepherd which I know you have to. So you know that the hair Is a legit thing that just no matter how much you brush them they just shed. Talk about German shepherds, the whole podcast we could. Legitimately could. I follow a lot of German shepherd things instagram because they just crack me up on my husband. I always like. Oh that's like thing that's not. Thing. That's the thing they do. So yeah, anyway go ahead. Oh yet my mom moved in with s about a year ago. So we've done some renovations. were. Probably. The past two thriller about three years ago, and we've done incremental as we needed to to get ready for the baby and then to Gary for my mom. Things like that, and so we still have a lot of predicts left undone after contractors. Kind of took off with money didn't keep showing up and so now we have a whole. Whole space in our house is still cluttered with. Flooring and all that stuff just tool sitting around the and it's yeah it drives me up the wall but until we can get stuff completed and there's not much I can do about it so. I kinda work around that. Yeah. Our House. But I guess that's okay. Why have a new question that I'm asking and we'll see how it goes and but what was your introduction to slop comes clean was it books blog podcast youtube was? Trying to think of this the other day Actually found you from facebook group somebody else was asking about is after Christmas and that time when we were also tired of stuff that we just want to get everything up. So somebody else asked, hey, is anyone have any good logs or anything and yours came up and I went? Oh, I've never heard of this one that's early clever name I want to check it out. I. Started out on the blog I think. So but I think I know I quickly transition to your book the how to manage your home without losing your mind is that went to me Resonated as far as the title because I went I can't do everything. I've got a baby with special and I've gotten home schooling and everything's happening and I need to get stuff out of my house, but also just need clean and in. That book completely helped me I sat there going. She gets me. She gets me I don't. I'm not alone in this like she understands me. So that was. Mind blowing to me that it. You know because I have tried other books in the past people who naturally seem to know how to do this stuff and I'd get two chapters in throat to the side going you don't resonate with me I don't understand. It was always I'm lost like, okay. I'm already lost like I'm already feeling behind. Yeah. All right. So What strategy has made the biggest impact on your home For me that was laundry. and. I think I always fought the idea of laundry day I. Don't know why. But no I've felt I probably overwhelm. Yeah. It felt overwhelming and there's no way I can get all this laundry Dan. In one day and I listened to you talk about how it's GonNa take like three weeks until it finally normalizes and when it did I went. We don't have nearly as much laundry. As I thought we did it. No. No it's much like the dishes math because I went. Oh. No. I can actually get this all done in one day, and it's really not that big of a deal whereas before it was like. There's this leftover pile and I'm too tired to deal with it. Now, I'll save it for next week and next week became like. Three months later. Things that we didn't know us every day and I didn't really need them. So it is kind of stat there in a pile in our longer so. You're a big game changer. Now my kids know Mike, it is laundry day. If you don't break it down now you will not get clincal as this week and they rushing their clothes on the front of down

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Top 10 Haunted Crime Scenes

Extraterrestrial

06:14 min | 6 d ago

Top 10 Haunted Crime Scenes

"Starting off our list of haunted crime scenes is the Eden Brown estate on the Caribbean island of Nevis. There're couple versions of this story and they all take place before a wedding. Of course, they do essentially the groom and the best man they get into a fight they pull out their vessels and they kill each other. Oh but they're not the ghosts of the Brown. Estate that would be the bride who still roams the estate and a long white gown waiting for her wedding day. Of course, she is the. Are. They're always brides dressed in their wedding clothes just waiting for their wedding day at these places and it's always really sad because i. they're also always like crying or like they look very like shock they've always been jilted. Yeah. It's not fair. No I. Don't like while in eighteen, twenty, two, this bride Julia. Huggins was set to marry Walter Maynard, his best dude John Huggins was going to be the best man but all was not well of course, there wasn't everyone died. Wheeler Alina a fight was a bruin. So there's like multiple stories about what actually happened and since the story was largely spread by tourism, they all vary a little bit. I feel like the best things in the worst things are always spread by doors. One hundred percent we can account for a lot with tourism well, like I said, there's a few theories. The first is that the grew was having an affair and the best man found out that was his sister. So he was like I'm upset and then the groom was like you are Eliah I think that was it that was it, but there's also some mortgage bonds. Okay. The next one is that the best man like I said was the bride's brother and the groom discovered that they were hooking up with each other on the low, and obviously he went a little bananas about that Allah incest a lot incest. So S- big ill. Another theory we've got another one says that the bride's father now, that's the dad this time was tried for mistreating his sleeves and this was in the eighteen hundred. So you know that was real bad. That was a sharp left turn sharp left. The groom having an affair. Yeah. That's like the classic in the best man is being a good dude and killed them died hero. It's a pretty good wrong com movie actually I picked up I like that one while historians think the real story dates back to a historical rivalry between the maynard and the huggins families the plantation itself dates back to the Century and it was at that time a beautiful property decorated with international furnishings from Africa and China. But today it's in ruins. Really. Sad. But sad torres claim to hear whales of a crying bride enslaves. ooh, and Julia is sometimes spotted in her wedding gown only during the full moon I don't hate that this is in ruin. Now what's meant to be will be yeah don't go there. It's terrible place. Nine. At number nine this week is leap castle and love this one according to ancient legends. Leap Castle is built on an ancient Druid holy site. ooh while we don't know if the druids used the land for human sacrifice, we do know that once the castle was built it did witness hundreds of murders I feel like that's just like what castles do. Yeah. Any good castle worth. Its name seen offend learning the hundreds of murders. You can't be a castle. You know it's a qualification. The best part of this place is that it's named after a little earl leap off a nearby cliff by an ancient Irish abandoned chieftain. ooh. Yeah. He jumped as a sign of bravery to win clan leadership from his brother later, it was taken over by the bloody carols. I want to be friends with them because you definitely don't want to be their enemy. Yeah. You don't want to be an enemy of the bloody. Oh Carols No. Well, they were known for throwing Red Wedding s dinner parties and just straight up killing their guests like the saddest episode of Game Fern. So to picture that was all is affecting me R.I.P Robb stark. Talk. About number be over it. Well, this was way back in the fifteen hundreds. So the it is pretty game of thrones Ian. Yeah. So the carols, this is one of my favorite things they built an uber yet a what an yet. and. What would happen was victims would fall through a trap door into this. googly. It in the remains of one hundred fifty people were found during a nineteen twenties renovation. So I think we have three major ghosts that we want to chat about really quick. Hit me up. One of the ghosts is called the Red Lady. It's an carol hostage, the murdered her baby. Oh, I don't WanNa be a part of them anymore. This is when I got off the OH. Carol, Bandwagon. You're. Not. In. She's looking for her baby though was murdered. Oh, I know and then we have thaddeus. So Carol who is a priest killed buys brother in a power grab anybody named Thaddeus as okay in my book thought he is a great name does the last one that I found was called the murdered lady was she murdered? No. We. Think she was I wouldn't Wanna be called the murdered lady later in life she shows up and she's naked has all yeah. Has a red cloth over her face and she just screams twice at you and then leaves that would change you as a person I think like to which say I leave I leave the Milky Way Galaxy. If that happened to me I would walk like five hundred miles and then I'd walk five hundred more which I would be so far. That's terrifying to me. No. Thanks. So we don't love that will in the sixteen hundreds after all that crazy. Oh, Carol business it changed hands and it went to Jonathan Darby who fell in love with an old carol daughter. So now it was just all about love right romance. Well, he still haunts the castle right now people as looking for his loss golds, but I think that's pretty priority of him. The other reports of things happening are doorbells ring with no one their tools move around without being touched There's like sounds of furniture moving people screaming, and then a carpenter that was working on the property once just left and he was like I'm never coming back to work because he walked five hundred miles and then five hundred more leap castle everybody.

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Interview With Hayden James

Back To Back

04:29 min | Last week

Interview With Hayden James

"Wary are you in? Sydney. in Sydney. Yes. So I live in Sidney Australia is camera everything's Okay you look great. Ula Great. Yeah. Yeah. Sweet Yeah in Sydney in my studio. I, live in the northern beaches, which is basically like I'm right next to manly beach and so I the Hassi with my wife and baby boy and I built a studio in one of the kids rooms and it's like a room within a room. So we kinda built it up over a COUPLA months? And when I close it all you can't hear anything. So at some I, get to let him using whatever. That's really nice man and yeah. especially with a kid to it's it's nice to be close to home but still have your own space I can come in here and cry can unknown me. It's great. Right, you can go be the baby. That's so funny man how's your quarantine? How are you guys doing out there? Honestly like okay it's it depending where you live in Australia I think the answer will be very different Yep in Sydney. It's been. Orion. It's we haven't had a huge amount of cases. I think yesterday we had like one case in New South Wales in. Sydney and You know Melbourne's a different story in complete lockdown I was speaking to a friend that lost not. So it's very different via bit Personally it's been it's been quite nice being off the road and hanging out with family being in the studio and making music of made more music than I ever have in my whole Korea basically because I'm just sat in this room, you know so. I'm just I guess making the best of a bad situation and just in doing everything I can. So when we get back out there one day we can keep going yeah. One hundred percent men I mean, are you do you enjoy long studio periods like this not necessarily because of these circumstances but like are you a studio guy? I am but actually never had this amount of time in his life in one studio. It's always been a laptop on the road. So it's it's a new focus that I have It feels really good and I'd like board new cables and stuff and new since and and kind of noting out of it more I'm loving people doing their live streams like especially like the. Disclosure, ones and those are crazy. It's just so amazing I. so even people like coming up and and and learning how to produce. It's so valuable by so that give back mentality I think is is Sonia. That's that's been really cool. Yeah. Disclosure one is crazy and I also like a lot of people are doing you know sort of demos submission listening feedback kinda streams. Where's Oh? Yeah. Yeah. Where people just send in things that working on our songs and they listen to it, you know live and give feedback and So the people. So it's like upset one in I'm not sure if they're gonNA listen to mind and go from there. I mean I think everyone has a different submission process, but I know like Actually, the way I found out about the disclosure stream was I was watching I don't know if you know Kenny beats he does like rap production stuff yet. Yeah. He does like a beat battle kind of thing where he'll put he'll give everyone a sample and then you have a few hours to make a beat and then he kinda ranks those and he'll have guest judges. So disclosure came on to judge that and that's yeah, people do. Stuff there's so many different things happening that. Never would have stayed out. So you look at it that way just like you gotTa, you gotTa make lemonade you know A friend of mine Lyndon J whose in a band called Faw I'm FA double I. Came, out with a song colds hush. Forget the song name but the point is He gave the instrumental out to everyone and everyone kind of had their own vibe on and like they were the singers instrumentalists and you got like two hundred submissions of people doing their own thing on this one bait Moore is really cool. I found. So it's yeah, it's a nice. It's it's a really crazy time and really sad because obviously it's tragic and people. In their lives and their jobs and all that kind of stuff. But I feel very fortunate to be in a position where it's like I can take this time to you know figure out what my next step is.

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"small baby" Discussed on JKNews

JKNews

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"small baby" Discussed on JKNews

"Need. Three to on action. To what we talk about. We. Maybe. Today we got. Do. Hair. The hair you got to move to a new haircut new. New here I got you got a new job. You're mop this one. I'm A. Mop. Mopping your floors with your whole body what relationship? With the hair I think is the. I come out your picture you're doing the. Occupation is she's A. What is your Tattoo say? For those I love I will sacrifice and it's my mom, my step mom's handwriting and my my little in Vietnamese. No. And then my stepsister, the heart at the end of this very straight and then I got and then I got don't show the for. Free. Shell on. Target. May. Adjust as he should see it up close. It's really create Matt we match but your snake way. We have it on the same era. Big Thick. Snake Snake I did it myself. I. Love It. What kind of snake is that? Looks like a python my know. Until all the reds elbow listen to Boa this was just a little baby smick. Isn't a coral snake. It's got coral snake patterns. This small baby would want to get technical about the fucking snake a mean anything. Yeah. So do you like snakes snakes grandma is my. Own A snake a couple. Can I guess what it means joke SMART.

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"small baby" Discussed on Live Blissed Out

Live Blissed Out

05:33 min | 3 months ago

"small baby" Discussed on Live Blissed Out

"But how do you know until you? You actually put some product is yes, and how much black pepper, because how much you want is going to be different from how much I want I. Really Love your analogy of experimentation because I think if we just look at it from that perspective were less fearful. We're trying new things because you don't know what the end result is going to be. Any can be something really good in rather than worrying about how it might not work think. Think about the fact that if it doesn't work, it's a lesson and now you can start again. You can look at it and say all right well I. Put too much black pepper this time now. I'm going to try this other ingredient until you get a formula recipe that works for you and so thinking of it from that perspective makes it a little, less scary. Who isn't that way? You don't have to completely change everything right if. If. The black pepper didn't work for you. The answer is not hiking into the middle of the mountains somewhere with a camp stove, and thinking that your entire idea of how to cook that recipe in the first place must be wrong. It might just be black pepper, but you won't know if it's just a black pepper or not, until you have reevaluated the way that you approach the tweaks to the recipe if you start from scratch on this. This giant recipe and spend hours and hours and hours or days following this recipe by somebody else who we've worked, great them and comes out of the oven, and you know sure it looks good, but then you try, and you don't like it. The instinct for a lot of us has to have the opinion that Oh, well. This was just a big waste of time, but what about that little, extra black pepper? Maybe that will change it. And as soon as you start getting into those micro experiments, it's not that your oven is bad or your cooking methods batter. You need to go, you know become a claim chef and go through an entire cooking school in order to meet this particular recipe. Right is what is right for you. What is right your circumstances and just pushing for it in small baby steps and And running those experiments that will then teach you in the best possible way which micro pivots to take in which my pivot to sort of throw away and learn the lessons from, and the combination of all of this fits over long periods of time is what moves us for our own personal journey, and I like the fact that we don't need to reinvent the wheel it's. It's very unlikely that one of us have thought of something so unique that nobody else in the universe has thought of it. If you're thinking it, there's somebody out there. That probably has and the main difference then is have they acted on it? They experimented of. They tried something with it. You can be thinking it, but if you don't take any action than it serves no. No purpose in terms of achieving whatever goal you've set out to achieve, and so I wanted to talk a little bit about some of the common things that people are concerned about when it comes to pivoting, how do we link a specific pivot to an overall strategic vision? I think that's a great question. It's funny because I also tend to think of things in terms of. Factor ingredients other people's opinions are ingredients. You're taking this set of ingredients that we were talking about and sort of smashing them together in a new a new recipe to see if it's you know new and exciting, or if we learn, it's a bad idea to sort of baked cookies with Cornstarch, instead of baking soda, or or whatever right and so like linking that specific pivot to your overall vision. I feel it's the same analogy..

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"small baby" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

Home Space and Reason

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"small baby" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

"Yourself do. I have immediate storage for paper. Do I have deep storage for paper? Maybe it's digital and that's great so long as you have some organization to that digital world question number seven. Do I have an appointment? Set up weekly or monthly for myself to keep my office straightened. If you don't add it last question number eight. Do I have some kind of air? Freshener sent in my home. Office to help my mood. This is an immediate gratification. Kind of thing. You'll immediately notice a difference so let's chat about your smart home device. It can help you set. Appointments Book. Reoccurring Appointments Make to do lists setup calls or even define words and look up synonyms. If you have a call coming up your digital assistant can remind you if you think of something important to do while you're in the midst of another task. Just ask your smart device to remind you of it in a few hours that way you can forget about it go back to your original task and complete it. Did you know you can also automate the interval that your Air Wick and glade fragrances? Switch on Yup. You can pick great sense to help you create just the right ambiance. Everything is connected everything so everything is worth slowly considering how you spend your minutes at home adds up two hours and days and months and a lifetime so care about the quality of your minutes care about the space. You spend those minutes in and listen to your heart's desires. Your Home Office can feel good. It can look good. It can function well take small baby steps and continue tweaking it until it works for you and the way your brain functions if you happen to know someone in the market to buy or sell a home in the Greater Metro Portland Oregon area. Kindly send them my way. The finest compliment I could ever receive. Is the confidence of your referral. Are there things about your bathroom? That make you crazy. Listened to episode twenty two and out with me on all things. Bathroom related pet PEEVES A- potential remodel staging a bathroom when selling and new technology available for bathrooms. If you haven't yet right a review because lets others know this is a podcast worth listening to. Thanks for sitting in on this conversation about creating a Home Office that thrives on me to back here for the next episode..

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"small baby" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"small baby" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Thank you things you haven't seen nothing yet I'm all small baby given those the project talking about sports life coach you guys are doing I just want to get into a good conversation right wing waiting when I over the radio dot com in all major podcast platform stays battles on one so only a few that's a common misconception battles are won within over enemies of fear enemies of doubt in that place where promises are kept promises to oneself promises to one's community promises to one's country every you'll find this a promise forever a promise battles one text in your text and pretend to work text and act surprised when someone calls you out for not.

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"small baby" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"That if they're classified there you go let's just flip and flop and flail like James Comey has it's amazing to me that you know knowing that this is basically a small baby appetizer of what's about to come and call me is involvement in yeah Rick domestication Hillary but more importantly his role in and premeditated fraud on a FISA court to obtain a warrant and a back door to spy on a presidential candidate because he save the other candidate he and his cohorts when there was obvious crimes one right after the other and you know look at what the IG reports here what do what he did Michael Horowitz is saying in this report he failed to live up to his responsibilities and that it's absolutely dangerous what he is done and by not safeguarding sensitive information obtained during the course of his FBI employment and by using it to create public pressure for official action call me set a dangerous example for over thirty five thousand current MP I employees of many thousands of others who similarly have access or knowledge of these events that were also by the way following the story as it relates to his cohort Andrew McCabe we expect we have a couple people now saying that the they expect an announcement call me friend this guy what does the band widths is saying that he expects McCabe to be indicted any day now and he's not the only one out there saying it the former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker is predicted McCabe's a indictment here but the the inspector general's report remember this is very very narrow this has to do with the documents his interactions with president trump president elect trump any lies to president trump as we've been telling you in the trump tower meeting insulations but it's unverified now that may come back to be very damning to himself because of the bulk of the information in the pies application that he signed in October was unverified but just salacious and that's the information they presented to the court he is by admission this where I think Rudy Giuliani got it right by admission saying that he committed perjury and a fraud premeditated fraud on FISA court judges for the purpose of getting this warrant that allow them to spite of the trump campaign transition and then presidency you know for all the talk about he thinks he's so vindicated today's delusion all you know it gives a laundry list I can go on and on he didn't seek authorization from the F. B. I. as it is required before providing memos to his attorneys or giving it to his friend rich middle later became as an attorney to the reporters to leak the information it is C. get B. I. authorization as he should have followed they concluded in the report that Colby's retention handling and dissemination of certain memos violated department of F. B. I. policies at B. I. employment agreement call me told the office of inspector general leader notify anybody at the FBI that he's going to share these memos yeah that that's that would be leaking memos that's a problem and accordingly and those memos never should have been with him anyway these are all issues that involve the proper handling of top secret classified materials any didn't handle those things the right way and all I can say is you know for all the people he's lying to the FBI showed a lack of candor he purposely didn't tell the agents the truth about what he did with the memos well there are people up to this point that have been charged with all these things I can spend another hour going through all the things that the inspector general I've got let's see six solid pages of everything they claim he did wrong and many of them would be a violation of the law now do I think guiliani is right by saying that yeah okay might beat the rap on the small stuff in the leaking and taking classified information home and giving it to people and sharing it with people which is illegal and not telling the FBI not seeking the permission of the F. B. I. as he should have I just don't see how the O. J. prosecutors can avoid now indicting him and this will be now the big report this is when the one we're really waiting for out and that is perjury premeditated fraud on the FISA court you know the leaking can be more on the ethical that illegal as Julie Anne said but the lot lying about the steel dot CA in verifying it or saying it's verified and it's on verifiable well that's fraud that's perjury that's premeditated fraud on the court and I don't know a single judge that or we would accept that type of behavior you know this this violates everything that is straight up perjury and as Julie Anne pointed out that call me lied you straight out lied just like you straight out lie to the president of the United States and then president elect now he didn't know that the steel dossier was a forty piece of junk well that's not true he did know he was warned on numerous occasions so what's his answer to that I don't I don't see any legal loophole available to him when the files a report comes out from the inspector general anyway joining us now Jonathan Gillam former FBI agent himself Daniel McLaughlin attorney constitutional expert if you all will start with you Danielle great to have you back if I Sean Hannity if I am warned repeatedly by numerous people that is something I'm putting in an application which represents the bulk of the application to spy on an American citizen the night at citizen their constitutional rights that also would give them a back door into a campaign if I sign a warrant I'm verifying everything in that Warren is true when in fact we now know on the other side of it that it was not only unverifiable but the FBI themselves when they finally got around to vetting the dirty dossier they determined that ninety plus percent of it was not true that should have been done before they used it in their applications is that true I mean you're not yes they make an application when the magnification I've you're fine and then make a sworn statement of course everything and the application is true and correct there is a difference though and the fact that this was included in a broad application and was very clearly demarcated by a page long slow down that's not listen let's go back to what we know now as of now we know the bulk of information in the four fights applications the bulk of it was the unverifiable dossier paid for right we got that because we know we do know that because we have numerous congressional committees I'm I'll quote them to you with a new Nasser without committee house Intel committee and then we have the Grassley Graham memo in the grass the Gramm Memel do you use these words that the bulk of them for me used in the five applications was there Clinton Boughton bake paid for dirty Russian dossier we we have not seen dollars fries the okay but the way they did and I don't think Grassley and Graham would go out there and lied to the American people knowing that we're going to see them eventually so the bulk of information new we have numerous independent sources saying the bulk of that application was the bought and paid for Russian dossier that we now know was on verifiable but he went and presented it before the court and signed his name on it and and verify that it's true he told the court it is all true thanks it clear that was not verified because it was an external source with external intelligence number one number two it was three find the renewals that were granted on the basis of the intelligence that was gained on the stairs you don't go back three times and get your find the re re out you don't get more a collection of information unless you've shown that you have actually actionable intelligence from the safest so the point here is he did not go out and verify it in and you say I grew the was not entirely verifiable but the three fox final four in the application which we can different judges by the whites they will show that what they were collecting from Papa don't don't Papa doc lest we useful intelligence is original and you you you can just minimize it if the bulk of the application was the dirty dossier those are the words now beyond the regulations by the way you can it's also can be a felony if you can seal relevant information and deceive a FISA court I have dozens statute cropping hang on make it a crime to perpetrate a fraud on the court including the deprivation of rights eighteen U. S. C. two forty two perjury eighteen U. S. C. sixteen twenty one and twenty three and false statements eighteen U. S. C. one thousand one and also several obstruction of justice applications would probably fit in this case as well and fraud statutes would be applicable here and you know all right eight hundred nine four one Shawn toll free telephone number you want to be a part of the program quick break right back we'll continue your on the strong she over twenty million listeners everyday radio stations cities talk dot com because you deserve the.

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"small baby" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Ethic society. There's always the money pressures to keep costlo etcetera etcetera. So. Yeah. No. I could see that. Totally. Okay. You know, there's there's living breathing. Talking cognizant women that don't know they're pregnant, I had always amazes me two instances. They are overweight when you see those stories. Yeah. Yeah. If it was a small baby. They don't say how big it was or he was I guess and things like that too. And she was a large person or whatever. But yeah, no, we'll tell you. I can totally see it happening. The child. Yeah. Hang on just so the child is described as healthy and already at home. So leasing conclusion that at least it was near near a proper weight. Yeah. So the other thing I had wondered is it would it be another resident to which happens. Right. Talk about that. But it's the part. You know, really, it's the the the consent issue is the oh, yeah. Totally Zine party have that issue with elderly to can they give consent. They have a legal relationship. You know, two different residents. Can they are they in their right mind? So yeah, tricky I in I get an thanks very much for the call. I get that. I get that discussion about other generally when you're dealing with with elderly patients. You're you're not running into a pregnancy issue. But from a consent standpoint, if you have people that are in assisted living facility because of early onset, Alzheimer's, and those are legitimate things. So as your legitimate discussions. That frankly need to be battle with and maybe on a case by case basis. But in this instance, holy crap. So an accident. I don't know what the lawyers are gonna claim who the hell knows. She poked holes in the condoms. With involuntary facial motions. I don't know. But this guy sounds like you argue.

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"small baby" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"small baby" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"So if a child has a difficult to control asthma type symptoms, you gotta be very careful. Very careful. The big one is smoking. Of course, secondhand smoke. Third his smoke. Don't forget about third hand smoke. Like, what is that? I see this all the time a mother's. Here's the deal. If you have a small baby that you have to hold all the time. And you don't smoke in the car, which I'm excited about don't smoke in the house. Thank you for not doing that. But you go outside and you smoke guess what all the smoke goes into your sweater or your t shirt, and then when you come back in and you put that little baby's head on your shoulder breathing in what's called third hand smoke. It's as deadly and essay deadly. It's challenging probably not that good of a word. But it's as challenging as secondhand smoke with all the research that we're finding so just be the. The. She could just quit for all mothers. If you have a baby, please don't smoke, and I don't know the it's very dictum. I get that just really just stop figure out a way to do it. Get the gum get the vape. Get something that's not going to be damaging to your child. Because it does it makes a difference. I grew up in a home of smokers. Now. My parents ended up quitting cold Turkey, which I'm grateful for. But I grew up around second hand smoke a grew up in in the in the time where the second hand smoke was was not a big deal in and you smoked everywhere. People smoked in restaurants and cars with the windows up. Which is crazy. It's like a Cheech and Chong movie. It's crazy. So it was it was just I grew up in that era. And it was no big deal. For awhile. All these study started coming out, and we're like oh well. So it's just important. I'm a big smoking bandwagon. But it's it really is. Because I want to see people's lives be better. And in something like this. It really does make a huge impact. The secondhand third cents. Third hand smoke can really get in and do some damage..

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"small baby" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To the most and least pressing questions about your mind to try and explain how the brain works and to dispel some of the popular myths surrounding how we think and learn I how did the stories about the brain that are so popular in the press, and in society, even get started Duke says that ironically, our brains have a lot to do with it. A lot of it has to do with our wanting to find stories that explain things that we don't immediately understand. And when we come up with stories that are plausible sounding we often just stay with that, regardless of any evidence that might come our way after coming up with the story. There are a lot of things that we do as human beings that seem to us to be very understandable. When in fact, what's operating sort of underneath our conscious awareness in a way that doesn't allow us to refine update, the explanations that we initially come up with one of the big issues concerning the brain today is fighting off memory loss and dementia by playing certain kinds of games for working crossword puzzles brain games, how do these work or do? They the short answer is. No. And there are a number of reasons for that. I mean, it certainly is true that becoming or remaining mentally. Active is advantageous for brain health over the course of a life span, the problem with brain games in particular is what they mostly teach us to do is to play brain games. When you look at all of the data that break games provide you and many do this. They show you how you compare to what you did last week. And how you compare the national norms and those kinds of things, but what isn't available as well. This is really doing anything to help you function outside the context of the game. And one of the things that I talk about that is very advantageous about human beings. Warning new things is when you were new things in context that involve interacting with other human beings with other people, and you get the social aspect of that as well. Now, you're advantage. Ing yourself in a way that working with a technological device. Just doesn't provide as kids we thought that time just crawled by it was eons until Christmas or your next birthday or vacation. It seemed like the day would never arrive. As soon as you hit adulthood, though, the days and weeks just fly by wires. That is the brain playing. Some cruel joke on us Duke says that it's about what the brain pays attention to we do many things during the day that are routine, and we don't need to dissect them in any great detail. Of course, the older we get the more things we repeated over time and the new things there are that we encounter, and so there are fewer things for us to pay attention to. So if you think about all the experiences that we have in a given day, most of them are entirely forgotten. And there's a good reason for that. Because it would be though advantage to are. Remembering the details of all those things. So the question then becomes what do our brains tend to remember? I mean, what did they particularly pay attention to and four memories about? Well, it's things that are new things that are surprising things that are unusual brainstorming is an activity that many people in. Engage in at work. And it's been touted as one of the best ways to bring creative ideas to the surface. But is it how effective is getting a group of people around a conference table and throwing ideas around what happens in fact, though, and anybody who thinks about this for a few moments in the abstract realizes that different people in a room together have different levels of sway over other people's thinking. I mean, some of us talk more loudly or speak, more assertively, or whatever the thing happens to be that leads other people to think that our ideas might be better not because of the quality of the ideas. But because of the way the ideas presented so one of the things that a lot of research has taught us is if we want people to think effectively and come up with a lot of ideas, the place to start is giving people time to come up with ideas on their own. And then once they formulated some ideas, they have some things that they think might be plausible might even be good then to bring them together. With other people who've also come up with ideas. And now there's an opportunity to have a discussion with there are a number of ideas that are already on the table. We human beings like to accomplish goals and somebody comes up with an idea that seems pretty good. I mean, it would be natural for medium to think. Okay. We're done. We're ready to go. You know what? In fact, there may be other ideas, even better than the initial idea that never get a chance to present themselves multitasking as a way to get more done. There's another activity that Duke says is overrated. Can you really do more than one thing at a time and expect everything to be finished? Well, we can only devote attention to one thing. And it's and even though it seems like we're doing more than one thing at a time what we're actually doing. We're flipping back and forth among different things and that flipping back and forth is costly. In terms of our performance on each of the tasks will flipping around from one to another. I think people who feel pressure to get a lot of stuff done. Thing. I'll just kind of keep this screen open, and I'll open this other window. And then I'll listen to this other thing I need to listen to and imagining that you're doing all of this at the same time. But actually, what your brain is doing his flipping among all of those things, and there's a thing called response costs when you flip from one point of attention to another the time, it takes to reorient to the thing you flips to and back to the thing you flipped away from all of that time. That's 'cause actually cost you in terms of fishing. So I I think one of the nice things that we sort of finish the chapter. I'm multitasking about is it ends with a little saying that multitasking is doing less by doing more finely. Why is it that we are so enamored of cute cat videos? Everyone looks at them online. And it seems like a huge waste of time. But we can't stop ourselves. What is it about these timewasters? That's so engaging all organisms that are. Dog in their infancy have certain features that we find attractive right that we find cute. I mean their heads seem large relative to their body. There is seem relatively providence relative to the size of their head and the rest of their beakers other fac- relatively small now, there is an evolution determined attraction to that kind of thing. So when we see little babies, I mean, there are features of babies that we find attractive, and when we see small baby animals, we are responding to many of the same thing. So that cuteness is something that somebody didn't have to teach us. That's actually an inherent aspect of what we're tracking to now when you compel the fact that many times when kids are doing things they're doing things that are funny to look at because they fall over or they're gonna some tasks that we wouldn't expect a kid to be doing or they're in some place where we wouldn't expect him to be that sort of heightens the cuteness of that do Gad's that bosses shouldn't feel bad that an employee is. Getting a little jolt of cuteness and fun because it will probably make them work better for the rest of the day. You can read more about the little quirks of our brains busts amiss about behavior. And just have.

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"small baby" Discussed on The Valleycast

The Valleycast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on The Valleycast

"Jesus. It was. So then we looked up and I'm actually going to ask you because we looked up like what is the top fears of like the different things? Like if you go. Like, what are they for you? Do you have a fear of like, what are the? What are the horror? Yeah. Now, what do you mean hor- things are things that would scare horror, things like hor things like, let's let's let's make a list before even ranking. Okay, fighters, spider, six. Those are actually really common like the top. The number one is supposed to be public speaking, which grow up? No, it's not. It's like we talk for hours microphones in and we're just fine. As I take my Prozac every morning. Greatest actual real fears like public speaking and then heights. And then insects and bugs is what it goes and then drowning blood needs. So this is just general fear. On weird like no fence anyone, but like the design of humans like, oh, speaking other humans, no drown me instead. Take a drought rather talk. I family member who absolutely would be like, I'd rather you just kill me. Right? You sent my throat flow talking that have me go up and like sing for my bar mitzvah. Yeah. Yeah, no, so fear spiders is like the phobias phobias is fear of spiders. Fear spirits, snakes, fear of heights, and then fear, but I don't scare spiders, but I don't want them. I'm scared of them. I just you're not scared of him. No, I just don't want them in my like fake whole. I don't wanna go media. I know they're putting. They wanna put coal Boogers. Silly, for example, Harley. You're on the toilet and your in your bathroom, and there's like a big spider on the ground, like kinda crawling towards you. Like, what is your reaction to that is an instant if you're like, are you like off Kiwi? This is an on. 'cause I have like stand up. I'm not going to get the white proper. There's a basic hero. Because I gotta get up. Have you written a book because there it is. It's a story about shitting and at the same time, but you're not. So your instant reaction is not like like, no, like. Yeah, like, yeah, no, naral I would like barehanded if I. Wow, you would bare hands. I can't. The spiders in California are far superior to the ones in cattle. Every spider. Here's a tarantula to me. Ranch love keeps them small baby. Yeah, maybe to kill a spider. That's pretty small. But as soon as they get pretty big when you get that small that that the baby's, those are the dick spiders freak me out. Those are the ones I get with my. Those are the ones a million of them in your mattress. Open up Harley therapist's couch. What do you wanna talk about? There's so many things that just want to crawl into my dick. Everything's cold. Let's talk about your childhood. When he tried to crawl on my dick. Trying to crawl into my dick. I take it back. There's your title. Mom crawled. Waiting snakes. Snakes on. I had snakes freak meal way more than spite really will attack you really gonna jump at you, but like a snake, like like if I had the choice, let's say I'm sitting right here and that good tar could be like a tarantula. Oh, I don't. I would much rather that be a tarantula than a coiled. Cobra. Yes, absolute. 'cause I'm trying to like, oh, excuse me. I'm walking out. Backing up. If it's a snake, you're talking about different things here though, like our yes, naked biters. So you're saying a Cobra a Cobra's, like dangerous, trash are dangerous? Well, not really. Not really. A lot of trans can't even break skin. You wanna give me a glide later. I'm talking about like Brown recluse one that'll like really fuck you up there. Yeah, so no matter what it is that's right there. If it's trying to kill me, that's it's motive. It's going to be coming at me. Yeah, which I rather I'd rather either of those than a chimpanzee. You ever see these chimpanzee victims. A terrible slack hole that I've gone. Now, I've seen people because I really wanted monkey one. And then I'll look like chimpanzee like owners and the things that have happened and the fear of chimpanzees will. It's like face. Four times stronger than the average male. So like from there, if it wants me, it's here.

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"small baby" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on Science Friday

"A adult person because sam bionic cells just to small baby cells and they can work that well yes to small less active pumping blood less actively so for example and you born baby cannot run hundred yards just cart will do you think they should yeah can you use a graphing into study when the hardest stressed allies during a heart attack is there any way can use graphene that way that's exactly what we are doing it's an enabling obligation which lows us to actually take patients pacific human rights themselves on my sites and actually make zam not only just you know contract that the rest statelet living with this way but modulate heartattacks cardia some of conditions and its goal that's exactly what you now you're you're a physicist studying graphing the you little bit surprised at how long it has taken you know graphing to pan out into useful device or well the answer to that is a lot of labs in the world are racing with a huge speed trying to make rushing to come exactly as you mentioned earlier into our cell phones changes better sedation from veteran actually to capacitor charge however in biology it's very few people who would have physical background and do biological plication so that's why we are kind of unique and why why is it that you switch from physicist biomedicine did did you realize the potential grant possibilities of graphing or you find this interesting this whole field.

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"small baby" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Am 750 wsb depend on it he did it backwards gets inside the pilot who have put her touchdown sunday by gel you can find where the parties then his the and everything we in his alley down mm maybe we were only in jail during the afternoon winds in my own oh boy you will win in opening the man deceit old opera small baby is in no ceo disease uncle mando all of them to free his life the dollar blades in the in yeah.

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"small baby" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

"But craig's interview which is episode 1 21 the purpose of interro section is to help keep is to help the body regulates energy and keep his alive let's returned to the example of the small baby although emotions motions aren't hardwired intereceptions an affect our and affect is really what dr pang sip study affect consists of valence and arousal valence is is this experience pleasant or unpleasant and then arousal is exactly what it sounds like argue roused her com it's easy to see the baby's and other animals experience affect dr bear agrees with dr pang said that affect is probably a fundamental aspect of consciousness in the theory of constructed a motion the brain combines interception and affect to create an instance of emotion now here's thing that might be hard to accept we intuitively feel that way what we see in here influences how we feel but it's mostly the other way around how you feel alters what you see in here you also feel what's your brain believes the key idea is that what you feel is based on predictions from your knowledge of the past experience believing is feeling summing it up the failure to find the fingerprints of emotions prompted dr bear to search for a theory that was a better fit to our current neuroscience this is what led to the theory of constructed emotions which basically says that instances of a motion are generated by the brain by mechanisms that are very similar to the way it generates century perceptions which is via prediction in the case of a motion the prediction is based on affect interception context and past experience said.

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"small baby" Discussed on 2 Girls 1 Podcast

2 Girls 1 Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on 2 Girls 1 Podcast

"The time jen became a small baby tweeting a with a google are you more of a being been crowd what sort of ask chief says jeeves yet let's resolve achieved tonight we have a really good strong relationship i have an encyclopedia britannica do you remember those stay you would get order now at home me the whole incitement multiple look it up and school they taught you how to look it up everything i learned in school was useful and look in about everything everything we didn't score i don't use it even an writing now i type hey i hear they're not teaching kids curse of anymore i didn't hear the i folks chernov how do they signed their names i don't know they just do a a handprint you must use maths not gonna calculator there is no need a i saw this being the other day that in like 2035 kids are going to be like why does the phone i come look like that no one aim reverses bones don't look like that is a school of thought of like we talk about files and folders and telephones eight years that i found in our technology but they actually have no relevance to how energy 2035 we're not even gonna be using technology it's just going to be on doubted can i be embedded into our skulls oral of all killed ourselves by then kooks global warming in nuclear whenever and just said just to bring things up a little in this room 'cause i think dudayev it wouldn't be girls when progress without nuclear without halle bringing a down somewhere rat i like the the save icon which is a floppy disk own and adds using software today being like shave.

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"small baby" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Hot chocolate and truly what's the rich causing list what we have here is a new study that brings a different angle to tackling pre eclampsia lots knots people have looked at moms genetics in trying to find susceptibility this paper as a clever twist in that they've actually the genetics of the baby to try to find that high they might be driving disease in the mom when a person has proclaimed how would you recognize on how to post nova about onein20 women develop preeclampsia during pregnancy so it's actually a really common condition as doctors we struggle though because people present in lots and lots of different ways people come with a headache people come with a small baby people come with very high blood pressure and that an enormous range of symptoms and signs trying to disentangle exactly what is pre eclampsia becomes really tricky so you don't new your risk of it you don't know it's going to be a problem until you get pregnant and then it's not to your quite fall through the pregnancy you think it problems and that it might even be a bit late that's exactly it and that's why this kind of studies really important because what we need what we really urgently need a ways telling who's at risk what if this group done what this group have done is take an enormous number of babies genomes so they've got the genetics of almost five thousand babies whom moms had preatlanta during the pregnancy from both iceland and the uk and they've also got three hundred five isn't babies his didn't afraid clamped during the pregnancy that they can compare the dna remarkably from that enormous amount of information they've managed to pinpoint a single variant in the baby's his munns did appear clamped zia that's more common than in the ones his months didn't water of the dni is involved or what changed to they think is in these infants that means that at increased risk of them are having per capita.

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"small baby" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Hot chocolate and truly what's the rich causing list what we have here is a new study that brings a different angle to tackling pre eclampsia lots knots people have looked at moms genetics in trying to find susceptibility this paper as a clever twist in that they've actually the genetics of the baby to try to find that high they might be driving disease in the mom when a person has proclaimed how would you recognize on how to post nova about onein20 women develop preeclampsia during pregnancy so it's actually a really common condition as doctors we struggle though because people present in lots and lots of different ways people come with a headache people come with a small baby people come with very high blood pressure and that an enormous range of symptoms and signs trying to disentangle exactly what is pre eclampsia becomes really tricky so you don't new your risk of it you don't know it's going to be a problem until you get pregnant and then it's not to your quite fall through the pregnancy you think it problems and that it might even be a bit late that's exactly it and that's why this kind of studies really important because what we need what we really urgently need a ways telling who's at risk what if this group done what this group have done is take an enormous number of babies genomes so they've got the genetics of almost five thousand babies whom moms had preatlanta during the pregnancy from both iceland and the uk and they've also got three hundred five isn't babies his didn't afraid clamped during the pregnancy that they can compare the dna remarkably from that enormous amount of information they've managed to pinpoint a single variant in the baby's his munns did appear clamped zia that's more common than in the ones his months didn't water of the dni is involved or what changed to they think is in these infants that means that at increased risk of them are having per capita.

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"small baby" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Things are the drive to actually have sex with the press and you really don't most people have sex with their dog something you have many of the trace linked with romantic leav i mean the obsession the the focus the the meal you think you're does the best looking dog and all universe is the only dollar that's alive that counts that cetera has some of the characteristics of intense from eta club and feelings of deep attachment that second brain system but you don't have any of these sex sexual things and it's the intimacy or physical intimacy assets that apart yes sir history richer the fall in love with your small baby to and in you can fall in love with all kinds of things but yes it says sexual component that's misformed over the trumpster yeah yeah just have said arbor arba question an animal frontier dogs were basically bread yeah for the loyalty to humans among other property and so uh you know there's an old saying be the person who your dog thinks you are under fire because you talk things through the greatest thing ever you come home no matter what no matter the dog had no mandate the you are the best person there ever was to happen to them so that might might um fool you into thinking that this is a relationship and the person appreciate you for who in what you are now cats not so much how much so too we have data to show that people have stronger relationships with the dogs than they do with their cats because of the dog is reciprocal in its in its yes.

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"small baby" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast  – RHAP

Rob Has a Podcast – RHAP

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"small baby" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast – RHAP

"Man who i hope that we don't hear his survivor last words for quite some time give it up for mike who and then on the field to deftly mutual i hope that nobody tuned in expecting these to be my last words thomas i mean there's an equal amount of boos and see years as a result yeah the same whom earns and that's what they're saying yes mike how you doing i'm doing well i guess this is the blossoming talks survivor was all the way back in december twenty sixteen i guess since then cancer anything about the macro sense but and then the micro sense of my own the personal spirit influenced i'm doing pretty well the new year it rob i'm trying to take up cooking which is it's a big thing i mean the finale that for those you that was a the top shelf podcast you know that i don't only not haven't i would of cooking skill within me i'm actually a hazard to myself in the kitchen producing a marry adam cuts and burns and is small time trips to the emergency room but i am taking small baby steps that they to my wife to be able to try to cooks a meal for myself that some point this year might be but i think that the blue apron spot never ended but he guided you should try and that it's good he's show you all yeah blue apron has become blum a brand has the okay i just a said i'm assimilate it with the products rob i will let's get into talking about these famous last words and so it's a little confusing in terms of what we're talking about so could you set up like this idea has sure so the final.

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