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"sondra" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast
"Meanwhile, some of her staff at women care global where crazy about the proposal either. Sondra Peletier was equally blunt with them. She pointed out that I was becoming increasingly difficult for nonprofits to find donors. There was many private sector companies willing to partner with nonprofits, which they often derided as being filled with bleeding hearts who can't make good business decisions. If we can get access to this product that we all believe is game changing and we don't do it. Then shame on us she said. When skeptics accused Sandra? Of going back to the dark side, she reminded them. More money more mission period. Sondra Petir became the founder of Evil Fem biosciences focusing exclusively on him for the She perf- sweated evil. Evil meds original investors to stay on board took zero employees with her. Found new office space and hired her own team. which included commercialization pros from major drug companies. Do I. DO things is different says Sandra played tear I needed very disciplined environment. In. December two, thousand, fourteen. Sondra tears team was hunkered down in a hotel breakout room in Washington. DC preparing to meet with the FDA. It. was supposed to be a routine meeting. The kind any company has with the governmental agency before filing for approval. But Sandra Peletier also had something on her mind that. She was hoping to get clarity on. She had discovered that a portion of the patients in an forest face three trial were outside the US and Russia of all places. A move generally frowned upon by the FDA. We're GonNa into very brief break you guys and when we come back more on Sandra polit- tier.
"sondra" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"Many of you listen to our episode a couple of weeks back with Sondra talking about how she overcame breast cancer and did you know that one in eight women developed breast cancer in their lifetime about five to ten percent of those have inherited genetic risk ancestry held can detect up to eighty percent of the DNA differences linked to the most common. Form of inherited breast cancer. So can help you get ahead of it. Prevent it, beat it to feed it and make sure that it doesn't become a much bigger problem in your life. It's so easy. You get this box delivered to your house you take it out you spit in this vile and then you send it back super-quick inefficient find out what your DNA says about genetic risk with ancestry health had do are you are L. at ancestry dot com slash skinny to get your ancestry health kit today that's ancestry dot com slash skinny. I believe the so hardly because it's research based, right so I think we all need like some holding like re parenting whatever you WANNA call it when it comes to redefining our relationship with food but just like parenting I, think there's a day that you gotta go self determine and figure out what works for you and I think that this tire slicing metaphor really comes in here because if you're training that, you know some are saying, well, what do you think about this protein bar and I'll say, why don't you go see if it works for you and then you decide what you think of this protein hundred percent couldn't agree with. You more we have forgotten that we have these beautiful blonde someone telling you what you like you have to be your own guru decide what works for you thousand we talk like I said, we were talking earlier on this show and it's like, let's say we have you know three hundred episodes or so without let's say there's maybe two hundred fifty guests have been on here and like what we try to do is I'm hoping people segment of our audience listening to like wow i. really resonate with what she's saying really look like an identifier to reach out to you later and like that's great there some people think maybe it doesn't. Have to be like people have to do their own research and decide what works for them, and they can't take everything as a blanket statement is something to follow. Well, I mean I think that's what I'm saying. I mean. If somebody tells you that there's only one way run away you know what I mean and the thing is I come from the eating disorder world where they don't leave and food addiction I mean literally like I'm like Christopher Columbus in the eating disorder world being like, yeah. So you know I think food addictions, I. Think they're like, no world is flat I mean that's because you were a practitioner of it and I'm of enema recipient of it..
Dozens of migrants die in shipping container on truck in Mozambique
"Well in Mozambique on Tuesday fourteen deeply. Traumatized male migrants were rescued from a sealed shipping container on a lorry bound for South Africa. According to the International Organization for Migration Sixty four other men on the truck died from US. Fixation an interview with you and uses. Daniel Johnson. Iom's Sondra Black explains where the migrants came from and what the agencies doing to raise awareness about the dangers of such journeys lever the tragic news yesterday morning that the bodies of sixty four migrants were found in the back of a truck that had come from Malawi. The survivors reported that they were from Ethiopia and that they're on their way to South Africa in search of better opportunities for their own lives. Iowa most is in close contact with the National Migration Service of Mozambique in order to provide immediate assistance for the survivors. Do you know how they found the truck required to pull over at a checkpoint and police spoke with the driver asked him the contents of the vehicle where Austin to open the back of the truck and very sadly those bodies where found but we were glad. At least there's fourteen survivors. Thank goodness there. Were some survivors. It really does sound horrific. Do you have any more details? About where the migrants came from a- they all men are there any women and children. All of the migrants are men. No minors no. When we realized that these men were travelling from Malawi. And they're coming from Ethiopia with the goal of reaching South Africa. We have seen similar incidents in the past car accidents of migrants who are coming from Horn of Africa who are attempting to travel to South Africa in search of education and economic opportunity of course traveling down through Mozambique Malawi areas. That were really really hit by two massive tropical storms Kennedy. What's the situation for migrants? I mean it's tough enough for many in. Mozambique so are they not aware that conditions are absolutely dire for many in Mozambique on their way through to South Africa. Mozambique is along this southern Africa routes where we see migrants coming from eastern Africa traveling down to South Africa but we still in Mozambique have over one hundred thousand people in resettlement sites. The country is still recovering from SCICLUNA die and cyclone. That happened one year ago. We realized that these migrants are looking for educational and Economic Opportunities. Some of them are fleeing violence so they may feel themselves to be in desperate situations. I'm would've you manage to find out from these migrants not necessarily those rescued from the latest. Laurie tragedy. What does it they tell you? What are they looking for? Exactly the situation that some of these migrants are fleeing is fleeing hardship in their countries fleeing poverty. There may be fleeing islands. They may not have the opportunities that they need in order to find employment to support their families so that they feel that migration is an opportunity to improve their circumstance so they choose to leave their homes many in this region we see them travelling to South Africa. So what's the IOM's daily work if you like? What's your objective? Both in preventing people from risking their lives in really dangerous journeys down from the east of Africa to the south. And how do you maybe get some people home repatriate them? That's one of the International Organisation of Migration Semaine functions to isn't it? I O N Mozambique in cooperation with other missions. The South Africa where involved in information-sharing we want migrants to realize the dangers of these irregular migration journeys. We also have a project. In order to voluntarily return migrants to their home countries. We have returned over several hundred migrants. Who WENT TO SOUTH AFRICA? Who did not find the opportunities that they were looking for and wanted to voluntarily return to their home country so just from from Mozambique. We've returned over three hundred migrants Mozambican migrants in the past few years from South Africa and finally in terms of covert nineteen preparedness. What can you tell us about the state of play in? Mozambique the moment many cases of infection there are a few cases of coveted nineteen in Mozambique. This question is best placed for the World Health Organization but all UN agencies are in support of the government of Mozambique the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization to respond to this
"sondra" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To tell you about us Sondra I will talk about sleep I guess sleep to some some strange what people come in with with a sleeping issues and you know I wonder why people walking around with trouble to triple mocha latte swell sleep it off he's from god knows where because sleep deprivation causes sleep deprivation as having like a toothache or stomachache nine on of the most uncomfortable and one of the most awful things you can have yeah but what if so people are coming in I guess they've they're sleeping and you know they don't tell necessarily some sleeping issues it when they come in but you know when they come when they're done with the price what's cool about the program the people come in and they're very they're very very skeptical that they're even gonna lose weight and then they stopped focusing on the weight and start thinking about how their health is improving Sandra came in a thirty nine year old female she lost check severe sleeping issues she was she was having a lot adding up a trouble falling asleep trouble staying asleep waking up early tossing and turning just having a ton of issue sleeping and a lot of times it's an adrenal adrenal issue with cortisol levels and and things like that and you know the chorus solo so important they're supposed to you know they're supposed to cortisol is is great it's a it's produced by the adrenal glands and and so it's a posted during the day help you burn fat and night help you sleep and if your adrenal exhaustion issues a lot of time just to the opposite you can't lose you can't burn fat you can't sleep and so she came in she lost twenty four pounds in forty days so you know you know for great usually see twenty five to to thirty five with women so she was just a little bit under that but what's great about it is that she's not she says that after the first seven to ten days at a program she basically been sleeping like a rock falling asleep eleven o'clock she goes to bed well I'm wakes up at seven she says she doesn't even realize he's asleep.
"sondra" Discussed on Self Made Man
"The big clue here is that you basically sondra implementer right you're the visionary hurry and then you found you're implementer who else take arthri bring it to life and that's that's the key is finding that person i dunno if you've read it or not but that's what's talked about in the book rocket fuel so you guys haven't read that yet and we've had author on the show that's the magic pixie dust electric's the rocket the rocket fuel spine individual missionary what implementer combining the two and then boom like until you and i talked about the people thing earlier i've had implementers some of the greatest implementers ever on my teams i had got a i got evan who i talked to earlier who is the most incredible implementer i've ever had someone else my team now named kate but those two individuals in particular were are just you know they're samurais at implementation and and so you're you're right that's the that's the rocket fuel very cool well i know you've got a hunch they've got a hard cut off here coming up in just a couple of minutes where should people go where's the main place that you'd like to go check out you're you're products which a clearly you put a lot of time into sure well people can find that find me on my website doctor acs dot com that's d r f x e dot com and we've got loads of articles on how the hill from various conditions we've got recipes we also have an online store on there were people confined are college and pro biotics everything else also incurred you follow me on facebook or instagram it's doctor josh axe also ice check out my wife's bay instagram page she's doctor chelsea axe an she's always post and we both are pictures of us where we go out to eat eight taking care of our dog sort of what we do for our own nutrition and fitness practices in in some i post you know some business stuff on mind sometimes too so anyway so confined this mostly on instagram facebook and then my website an action just had a new book come out kito diet people follow that are check that out on amazon dot com or barnes and noble but 'em yeah mike i really appreciate you having me on i know you've interviewed so amazing people and you're podcast and a yeah just honored it'd be it'd be a guest today yeah absolutely it's been a pleasure watch you you guys explode over the years and then they get the inside scoop finally so yeah i i appreciate it a lot of things but there were some share today awesome all right thanks so much mike all right guys thank you as always for listening go make sure you check out doctor dot com man i feel like three i i yeah yeah.
"sondra" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Let's go back to the questions now Francesca. We have got a question here from four music, David who wrote if light cannot escape from a black hole could one speculate that the gravitational pull from a black hole is faster than the speed of light. In other words, what's the speed of gravity? If indeed it does speed so gravity traveled at the speed of light as far as we know when we say light can't escape for black hole. Absolutely true. And that should be with the way that a black hole. Warps the space in which the light is traveling. So whatever happens to it. It ended up going closer to the black hole since the observation of gravitational waves. We know very precisely that gravity travels. Very very close to the speed of light. We observed an event in which two neutron stars merged and we saw both gravity waves and light emitted from that event and based on the. Arrival times of the gravity waves in the light. We know that they travel very very similar speeds much Fran. Now, an allure Sondra wants to know how does your childhood affect your mental health risk later, if it'll so we know that your challenge is actually really important for mental health risk one important clue is that mental health risk often emerges still in childhood. And we know that a negative experiences in early life are really really important for making you more vulnerable to developmental illness later on in life. The idea is that if you have lots and lots of stress when your brain is developing when you're functioning is developing still, it will impact or so the stress will shape, your development, and an example of this is for instance, that your brain is really able to quickly detect threatening things stimuli in the environment. Which is from an evolutionary point of view is really important. Because when you're walking around in the woods seeing a bear will help you to respond to that quickly. Right. But when the bears in your home environment day in day out this chronic level of stress might lead to your brain to be developed slightly differently making you hyper vigilant to threatening experiences in the real world. So if someone has had a very traumatic upbringing or a bad series of life events when the little what should they do to make sure that they do reinforce the positives and don't slip into this vicious cycle of developing the risk factors that would.
"sondra" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"They will indeed really actress Sondra Locke has passed away at the age of seventy four you may not know the name. But if you're a Clint Eastwood fan, you certainly know her work, she was a longtime girlfriend of Clint Eastwood and they worked together in like a half a dozen films every which way. Every which way Belu's any which way you can Bronco Billy. Yeah. She was in sudden impact. Yes. He I cast her in the outlaw Josey Wales. She was in the gauntlet they were together for a long time. And then they split up and she sued him for palimony. Yeah. Because they never married, and she also sued him and Warner Brothers saying that they conspired to ruin her career after they broke up which doesn't sound like Clint. Well. Because we know him. So we we know so well you did talk to an empty chair. That's true. Anything is possible. She directed a movie as well rat. Boy, she directed a couple of films. Yeah, rat boy, I love by the way film. Fortunately, she used to come to cancer this week breast and bone cancer, a wonderful actress, very very she was she was nominated for an Oscar in her very first film in nineteen sixty seven. She did a film with Alan Arkin called the heart is a lonely. Yeah. She was found in a nationwide casting call. They're looking for an unknown to play her role in that. And she got that gig. And that was the beginning of her career. I roll nominated for best best actress, I believe that. Yeah. You'll remember her when you see your here's a bit of the trailer for any which way, but loose. One do. The triangle with. Most of the time. Think. And neither will..
"sondra" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You're gonna lay on your stomach and your feet are going to go down. I and I'll be below you, Sandra. And you'll keep your weight on my shoulder. I went back to my father. And I told him that I was going to get help for us. We start down the mountain very, very steep. At this point. You can't really see very far below anymore. One point Sondra kinda wandered to my right and had lost contact with me a little bit. She sat up telling her not to simultaneously. She rolled away from me. I would sorta lose grip and star saying if she would start sliding Israel reached out to leaned over try to stop her and she just bold me right over and just kept sliding away. And she just shooting down the slope and just disappeared into the fog and the clouds, boom. Norman spent the next hour following the blotchy trail of blood Sandra had left behind in the snow when he finally found her. She was lying on her back. Under a cluster of trees and her eyes were open. And I spoke to her shuker, but she was dead. He was like I knew she was dead. I broke off all these tree limbs, and I try to pile them on her just so that the snow wouldn't build up right on her. And maybe they'd keep her warm. And as I did that I remember thinking on the one that made her come down the mountain felt badly about that. My sort of lost it for a second. I'm exhausted. I'm starving, and I'm basically just going to die right here. Remember surly laying on these raw hearing my father. Jeez..
Actress Sondra Locke dead at age 74
"W actress Sondra Locke has died lock is best known for her films with Clint Eastwood, including the outlaw Josey Wales. And sudden impact she was nominated for an Oscar in nineteen sixty eight four the heart. It is a lonely hunter and also erected four movies. Lauck had battled bone and breast cancer and died of cardiac arrest at her home in Los Angeles at the age of
"sondra" Discussed on X96
"At present director Sondra Locke. Oh, Clint Eastwood's who was nominated for an Academy Award for her. First film first film role in the nineteen sixty eight movie heart is a lonely hunter there. She is ex- ninety six dot com slash live. She went on to co star in six films with Clint Eastwood she has died. She died November third. We're just hearing about it at her Los Angeles home of cardiac arrest stemming from breast and bone cancer who poured into a death certificate obtained by the Associated Press. She was seventy four authorities were promptly notified at the time. But her death was not publicized until radar online. I reported yesterday. It's not clear why it took nearly six weeks to come to light. She was pretty much a recluse. And I think she'd had some mental health problems. She she grew up in Tennessee where she worked at a radio station and appeared in a handful of plays before winning a nationwide talent search in nineteen sixty seven to be cast opposite. Leading man, Alan Arkin in the movie adaptation of Carson mccullers nineteen forty novel. The heart is a lonely hunter, it's a it's a really touching movie. If you ever get a chance to see it. She would win raves for the role along with nominations for a Golden Globe and an Oscar, but that you're both of those the Golden Globe. And the Oscar went to Ruth Gordon for her role in Rosemary's, baby. Which was a very a very flashy and very good role. Gordon was great. She had none. Run of unmemorable film and TV roles and then she met Clint Clint Eastwood on the set of the outlaw Josey Wales he directed that. And he starred in it, and then and then he and Sondra Locke were romantically involved. And for the next several years Clint Eastwood directed an starting a bunch of movies that she was his co star in and then they had a relationship. And and then all of a sudden, they didn't have a relationship. She said he one day, she came home. When Oliver stuff was on the sidewalk, I'm done with you. She sued him for palimony and fraud. And they there was I don't know that Lee Marvin was the first palimony law suit. But I think she did get a pretty good settlement. Because she said we had not only a relationship, but we had a movie deal. Oh, we had a big movie deal. And he said, no, we don't have it anymore and she sued him for fraud. And she got a pretty big settlement. Good for. She also directed a movie. After that called rat. Boy. Which I think she also starred in. I can't remember any just flopped horribly here, but it got huge reviews in Europe. And was very well. Thought of in Europe. That's all I remember about it. And I I don't I have never seen it. But it was kind of an odd very off the wall strange movie, and then she just kind of faded out of sight. And that was the last thing she ever really did did some TV stuff after that. Anyway, Sandra walk. She was seventy four. I think you know, there's a Utah zone post Malone. Yes. He's kind of that rap was kinda guy kind of an odd guy young guy. But you know, he seems people seem to like him. Yes. There's just one thing he won't wear you the crocs. We know that. Yes. Anywheres, you know onesies, but he won't wear fringe. Isn't that weird? No fringe for him. He has a no fringe fringe policy says the the woman who clothes him. He said I tried to get him to wear some fringe. And he says, wait a minute. There's someone that clothes him, Joey there's someone now he likes to design his own staff. And and, but there is there is a woman who presents him with a designer kind of. She's a Schieffer I who herself as a designer or a clothier, and she I present him with a bunch of outfits, and and he picks them so choice. No, fringe, she. I tried to get him into some fringe, casual we all have we all have our fringe and says, Nope. Nope. Can't those meatballs away from me? We'll have our things. That's me. That's me. That was me right there or French. Yeah. He's he's out of the way. I am with the meat balls used with the fringe, let's at least fifty bomb threats demanding bitcoin payments were made in businesses in cities across Utah and indeed across the whole country. I think wow. Thursday afternoon Park City, west valley, south Salt Lake south, Jordan, Murray, Draper, cash county, price Dixie state, university were among those confirmed to have received threats law enforcement agencies and dispatchers reported. There were reports from readers across the state that indicate that threats were more widespread. The park record news organization in Park City said several staff members received an Email bomb threat just before eleven AM and quickly called police. Police responded to investigate schools in the area were briefly placed on lockdown shortly afternoon Park City police determined the threat was a hoax employees returned to the building. The Email the park record received came from the Email address. Marcus at whiteboard. Guru dot com. According to the park record editor Bubba Brown. And then there were they demanded the transfer of twenty thousand dollars in bitcoin or the anonymous sender would detonate a bomb inside the building. The Email did not seem specific to the park record or Park City. However, like, the same message was sent to just everywhere. You know in across the country, a number of states across the United States received a similar bomb threats. According to NBC, our listener in Saint Louis says I covered two of those bomb threats in Saint Louis meal. She's a news photographer for a local TV. Yeah. There it all started with. Let's see this is this is a very bizarre story started with a posting on the anonymous social media app whisper need help nineteen f for female the message radical. According to court documents Salem police chief, Greg Smith at Salem, Utah. That's my hometown. Yeah. Saw the message and he responded and soon enough the apparent nineteen year old female wrote back kill my ex-fiancee. He's trying to get custody of our daughter. Oh, jeez. L officer Smith unravelled the case he learned that the poster was not a nineteen year old female, it was the ex boyfriend himself. And now that man has been charged in what court documents say was a suicide attempt. Officers miss all the post in October over the next few days. He and the man then posing as his ex girlfriend message back and forth. The poster claimed the murder was motivated by child custody dispute. The to ultimately agreed the job would be done for five thousand dollars to be paid. Once she collected life insurance from the death. The poster also offered up television XBox and PlayStation is compensation. Police contacted the man during the investigation saying that it appeared his ex girlfriend was trying to have him murdered. During interviews the man allegedly indicated the girlfriend's brother might also be involved in the plot. But he made it all up in doing surveillance for the case officer Smith noticed the man's ex was never on her phone when he would get messages. From the poster officer Smith later connected. The man's IP address with the original post figured out. It was actually him. And he said I was trying to I was trying to get you to kill me. Oh suicide by side by cop. Uncle Joe's in town yesterday. Yes. So Biden speaking to the university of Utah students the Steph, and Dr Paul were in attendance. And of course, everybody was hoping he might say something about running for president Donald early and he didn't the university of Glasgow. University of Glasgow. Scotland has done a study about lowering the legal blood alcohol. Limit for drivers in Scotland. And they had found that it has no impact on the number of road. Traffic accidents. I bring this up because. On midnight, December thirty first the blood alcohol. Limit here in Utah goes two point. Oh five. Yep. The research led by the university of Glasgow and published in Lancet evaluated. The impact of a change in legislation which incur occurred in Scotland in December of two thousand fourteen when the blood alcohol concentration limit for drivers was reduced to fifty GD L, whatever, you know. Yeah. It's about this about as low as what ours is the study was undertaken in collaboration with the national health of Scotland said it so they've studied it for a number of years now, it's had no impact on drunk driving statistics zero impact sports, weather traffic. When your fend for itself. Get it to Gerber Gerber collision and glass five area. Locations to serve you. Visit Gerber collision dot com. Get it to Gerber. Why I I watched football game last night between the chiefs and the chargers. Yes. So how's that that chiefs quarterback Mahomes is amazing? So did he do amazing things last night? I mean, he did they ended up losing. But he did amazing things. He does these things where you think for anybody else that play is over it's done. And he hangs in there and hangs in there and able to get the ball off and connected and the receiver catches it. He does amazing things you get the ball off. You're doing pretty well. Yeah. I mean when he's like being tackled and going down, and he can still get he's going out of bounds. He did it. But the chargers had a two point conversion just right at the end of the game. And it was enough to get them up by just one point one was a fake field goal attempt. Right. It was just think they they went. They went for David. After two point. And they ended up and they won. It was a it was a good game. The chiefs are still in the playoffs. It didn't affect that. And the jazz. We'll see they play tomorrow. They'll be in Orlando, and it's an early game three o'clock in the afternoon gets the magic. Whether it's forty degrees today, partly sunny, we still have a pretty good air. So that's good. But still limit your Aisling. An unnecessary driving. If you can k- crash westbound, I eighty four nineteenth south, this isn't south Weaver crash. Eastbound I eighty four mountain green. Those are the only accidents. I'm gonna check our message stream quickly and see if any of the program have let us know. I don't see anything there. But if you see something you wanna share it with everybody, and it's safe to do. So text it to us three three nine eight six. Thank you very much nervous. Why? Well, I'm a nice shirt today. And I was hoping maybe this would be cancelled what I'm going to going to lunch with some women today. Why are you hoping it would be came on? Because I don't know that's kind of nervous about it. Because I it it's not a job interview. What does this is just one woman? I'd be okay. But how many women are you? I'm not sure how many will be there at least three maybe more at least three are these women. You know? Yeah. So so so couple of weeks ago a cat Palmer. Artists photographer and so forth. Just chatting with her via text. And I said, well, we should you know. I haven't seen her for awhile. We should have one Sean time. And she said, okay. How about the fourteenth? Whoa, locate. Yeah. Okay. I'm yeah. Okay. The forty okay, we'll do it at twenty seven. And I said, okay. Okay. That'll be good at noon fourteen. And she said how about we invite a IB from boost ticket, and how about and all of a sudden it turned into this thing where I know it's going to be Ivy and demands a narrow sand a cat Palmer. And I and I and I think maybe some other women and I. But this isn't like, this is just a a social gathering. It's not a. Yeah. I guess. Yeah. It is. But I mean, it's just I don't know. How I now. I'm going to have to be entertaining. No. You don't. It's people Bill put on the night shirt. You mean a shirt with buttons? Yeah. Okay. I mean, a nicer shirt that day. No. But I know what you're acting like it's a day. Sedate? I just think I'm going to have to be real should he button, my shirt up more than this? I can't see. Because that's a little low. Yeah. I don't like the placement of those buttons on that. Because because without it. It's too low and with that it's a little high. You know, I don't I don't like the button placement. It's too high that way women are going to talk about it. Did you see the button placement on Bill shirt? Now, are you are you paying for? Talk a twenty-seven downtown what you should do. This is what I do with noon Takuya twenty-seven..
"sondra" Discussed on Happy Face
"For all of don's words about forgiveness. It was apparent that Jespersen had very much gotten into his head. Do you know who Sondra London is? I've never heard the name. This is what your father did. Sondra London who is in love with the serial killer named Dan Rawlings in Florida. He executed seven women with the machete. She wrote a book about him your father wrote Sondra London to ask her to write a book. She said, no, but I will create a computer book, diarrhea, whatever. So your father proceeds to write her telling her how great it is to be in jail. How to get away with murder how to do this? It's still on the internet today. It's like twenty two pages. From the Oregonian September tenth nineteen ninety seven by j Todd foster. Last year from prison Jespersen wrote at Jacksonville, Florida woman who's fascinated with serial killers and think society should have unfettered access to their minds. Sandra london. Fifty then posted Jefferson's letters word for word on the internet as she has other killers letters on Jespersen page, which features are rotating skull. He compares his victims to garbage he discarded along America's roadways as a long haul truck driver. His most disturbing writings, however are contained in the self start serial killer kit, which offers web browsers a life sized blow up doll named for one of his victims Julianne winning him..
"sondra" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Not that leads the. Yeah, Sondra who came through. So these calls continuing on so nobody paid instruction. I guess they wanna get confirmation the team that they're ready to come in any way you can do that pulse on the pit will well, these teams are canny. You're only gonna get five liters in. 'cause you're, you're down a quarter. Go get five is and normally gadget would be the first to do that. But I catches around about an hour if it's fifty, five hundred, you know an hour and five, our ten by will take the ocean. Where is that? That's one of the wine coyotes little tricks. So when it runs sell, fight the time you get the same midnight. You'll find them run towards the ROY towards the front. I found if information about join Hama, he was false star. That was on t six h racist, which explain why is happy in the slipstream. Of the race. The the poor pie racing car on the team members said, we've been him in the car I made the team makes than they've ever gone before. Well, that's good news. So that might be a car to watch out for the maybe hasn't been at the front in previous years. By the way by quick don't have no us when the pool Robinsons and tete Tete Rouge. Rouge is one bay one in two thousand six and two five. So Tet route. Oh, and also two thousand nine with Sammy who was talking to earlier. So the boys will the tech team definitely now out of put a winning car together, so believe you may. I good. Don't. I think you'll find the mini as being told off and we can just see on the camera, yellow. It's just being told up. So the one seven one car is being rescued. So it shouldn't be too loan beyond the safety. You get five penalty. Think is five lamps for. Yeah, that's what you saying earlier five. Let one. So we're watching for the safety co. We can see the. The rescue crew being towing that call back in, but the safety calls lights is still owned. So think we're gonna have another lot behind the safety. Oh..
"sondra" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS
"Back to the UBS wealth management CIO report co authors, Thomas goods, and Sondra Vida and Thomas, I wanted to ask you a little bit about the property sector compared to others. People often suggested I know in the report you make this point that it's the most important secretary in the Chinese economy because there are so many different stakeholders who were exposed to it. Perhaps you can tell us a bit about why that's the case and how that works. We have in China as you know, from the bureau of year five years, some gold that six regarding increase in wells increase in welfare, but also regarding economic rose. So the this goal down to the local governments onto the cities, and they all have to try to match the gold has said the bullet bureau. And so many local governments and TD's scoring into real estate is easy way at which the goals that are set by the central government and also. Degrees, a big sinking and believe regarding the Chinese population that real estate prices are going to grow forever. So you take the local governments, CDs, and investment preference of the Chinese. And so they all agreed they should do more for real estate because they sing, they will become richer doing that. So this is a big differentiation between China and all advanced economy the where we made the companies and to better understand why real estate is so important for China. Just finally on this, although this may not be part of the base case, what would a big property downturn? I mean, presumably that would be very serious. China. We would be quite severe even if that's not the part of the base case. Maybe you can just tell us why that would be so damaging. And I guess as a secondary point to that, which other countries would be affected by that, presumably those who export to China, correct. There's a huge dependencies from the t. p. two or a high exposure to real estate sector in China. For example, private households. They have a lot of wealth, invested in real estate, also local governments, or depending on revenues. They get from lawn land, sales and property revenue. And then of course, we have all that. Other sectors which are in the supply chain, like raw materials or machinery, and all these will get harm. If there is a halt in construction or if there would be a downturn, and we would expect that the TD p of China will get slower. And also, of course, would have an impact on countries exporting to China because China is a huge purchaser of commodities. So all the countries that export to China, this hour, especially commodity linked, emerging market countries would get harmed. If the demand from China is lower and also prizes commodities with decline, and that would lead to a distribution of wealth from the commodity producers. Who the consumer and Finally, I must just ask, what does all this main for investors? We always like to get a sense of that paps Thomas. I can put that question team. Yeah, I think that's the most important implication of the peace for us and for clients because we have this view that we deliver in this report regarding the macro picture, but most importantly is what we should advise to our client. Even in a worst case scenario where would have a correction in the market. And here I think we would like our customers and prospects to understand that now because China is transforming more and more and more yours for Europe that also invested have to change their mind and to share the preference regarding a Howdy invest. How diversified, especially between deposit be an and between the only quid investments now are available in China because you know that investment markets from the equity side and also from the. Bon side of change extremely in the last years. That means for clients with vise them to gradually diminish the investment to real estate and to increase the investment in liquid assets. And most importantly is the focus has to be changed from capitol price increase to income generating investment vehicles. And I think that's the key for coming years. And if the almost invest do that in China, I think that would be also great help for China to increase the overall efficiency of the economy if than just invest of focus on the best companies. The well management, the well-managed grammar, right and divide, particularly take your their money and put them on in the sectors of the Konami dot are the most competitive. And that's very good bringing us to the end.
"sondra" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"So we can just karaoke for her foundation and carrie okay sondra always usually journey or pearl jam or anything like that that you know i need to like squeeze squeeze the the you know the what diaphragm so so we sang her broadway and it was an incredible night raise money for some wonderful kids and we're going on tour together this fall we're going to be playing here thank the garden in in october that's what i here yoki then do some cover sons you know oh my god now you've likened their music to carry all no he was just saying that they like to do they did that a fundraiser the karaoke going to be going to be like harry styles last night did everybody does it cover to you you need to do more covers is what i'm saying because edina manzella's repertoire is big wait till you get your purchase the you did election is coming your way and i put money down entity year ago for these tickets but i would love it josh growin can sing anything he wants i would love to see him hear him saying so funny turn into a sapling me yeah well dana i want them to be rock and roll at the same time like edina mundell she should do a cover of you know joan jett dyke surprise us she could do a queen size i don't care do something that makes us forget hugh saying go a you are you saying let it go yes i know and it's a wonderful song call in right now no i'm not kissing edina man salvador dali get her her mo jo for fun married isn't she dating someone hotter just got married or something good you don't even know something did happen joni what are you trying to be me me however may sappy ball laurie gosh anyway josh grobet and i wouldn't go see him don't you think he'd be darling very starling i i don't have any problems i think he would have been good on kelly to but people are getting used to the ri ri boy no they're not don't that's the he's forty six years old or something like that i can't handle it today listen to this the paper choya okay long time radio host is retiring at the end of the summer we we did not send out this no juice tiny someone that we've known for a long time we listen to his number one rated show with the guy on a radio station in the eighty s late eighty s and huge huge number one in the market he briefly worked he didn't briefly worked at our next store john and we went to london john donne hines he is relieving w c c o he is in on the radio since nineteen seventy one that's right eighties but he will continue to fill her time but he will work fulltime through the state fair has started the fair and he was the first makes me laugh i know he makes me laugh to she's just the nicest man yes he was the first non journalist embedded with soldiers in iraq but i love this quote that he gave to the search will be on i have had him will continue to a lesser degree to have the time of my life i've worked with john here at this yeah you did a top forty station in the late seventies a matter of fact i followed him on the air was heinsohn bush oh really bush so self deprecating memories all of his wife's and stuff oh my gosh she's just yeah he really is a fun i like it that you know they sit wc he would.
"sondra" Discussed on SRSLY
"Variance of a robot you have to use human pussai fascinating and it's kind of shrouded in mystery this fictional company that provides sondra to people i i mean we don't even you don't even know how she does like whoa form she comes in like as she'll box in people's roof you do hear a little bit about that later on because i think i've listened to a few more upsets you have later point helen gets moved into the customer service section where people do actually know that they're speaking to a human as opposed to thinking that talking to a robot and they're asking questions like how do i make it work and she answers one call from someone who's like how do i make it work i thought people were just like saying to the endre do this but nothing's happening and what device are you using on and he's like i needed device and then she explains this is actually as they are now like you can install sandra on your phone or on your smart tv or on your like she calls are home pot by dot psych but that code interesting so i think it's meant to be very very similar to what we have in this world now helena lead character doesn't really know much about how the company works but it's very much posited so of like a better alternative to the life that she could otherwise have so she says at one point like you know what would these people rather be doing than working here flipping burgers essentially will.
"sondra" Discussed on SRSLY
"Hello welcome back to seriously with starting the cost with i guess not that topical piece of pop coach this week but it's something that i had never heard about and caroline showed it to me and it's so up my street and i just think it will be really up seriously this mystery as well so with no further ado we're going to jump straight into it so the first thing we're talking about this week is sandra a seven part poke cost from gimblett media is stars kristin wig leash your cotton ethan hawke and follows shortcuts character helen she starts work at a corporation which operates voice activated assistant called sandra so sandra is essentially a parallel to uruzgan alexa or siri on your iphone it's a kind of personal assistant that use speak to you with your actual voice an it will reply in a human sounding esque voice with answers to your questions or instructions of how to do things the premise quite interesting really is not that sondra is you know like a bunch of code the is behaving like a human in the way that like in the film her scarlett johansson is kind of like a robot that reaches human status almost but the idea is it's a bunch of actual humans he go to work in a work place and sit so of behind a microphone and signed specialisms.
"sondra" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Yes i don't think you want to give that person equity it's like when you're watching sell game on a sidewalk you're rooting for the cells chicken so then she knows like my divorce papers or is soon and next time i married is going to be a year ironic aren't you think he's like a little ironic yeah i really do think oh my god routes guide it'd be able to ironic seven shirts in less than something minutes that's probably wow and she's like yeah and then her nose scrunches like she's on bewitched can i just ask a question is there anybody in the audience who wants to be the face of divorce mike even lovie lisa seen seen sarah jessica parker seen as the only fucking person that would think that sounds like a fun idea like oh my god he lasts me i'm the face i think when she hears the words do you want to be the face of dot dot dot it doesn't matter what happens next do you want to be the he's of cancer shore won't be the face of alligator deaths sure we'll be the face of genocide sure if you want to be the face of this little diet coke ring holders getting adoption stuck in the water and unable to open their mouth rob is like sondra burial why she has me it was like the face of diabetes tell i mean it's like the last scary one that's dow i'm anne.
"sondra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I see through the fog in the snow a tree limbs down cut of lower than where we are and i think there's no way and now that i saw the tree limb i thought i got to say something dan before i could watch curled my body of three hard thugs and that i woke up and our was all the side of a mountain the cessna plane was just a couple hundred feet shy of making it over the mountain peak instead it had crashed into the sang gabriel mountains now it was hanging off a cliff over eight thousand feet in the air when i woke up the first time and i look around snow and kind of pieces of metal bigger drives a dream and went back to sleep woke up the second time i couldn't breathe because the seatbelt was like choking molly my stomach so i members unlatch ing seatbelt and calling out for my father i didn't hear anything back who something i had said before like when snow when in my mouth in a choking you know he pulled me out i remember that jarring me a little bit like kind of wiggled out of the seat in the first thing i saw was two feet sticking out the shoe's on it was the pilots legs and then i saw his head he was on his back and the back of his head i could tell had sort of blood out into the snow then and then i knew it was real i called up for a my father again and that's when sondra called back.
"sondra" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"I i still would stand by that pick then i i would i would have taken murray sugar you just said we had too many cards sagging take the gert french drill on it at twenty troops and then we took zijad 23 who's gonna be on the team next year near your level added i am looking ages a find drafter he's not a bad drafter i don't know where that narrative got started i don't i don't think i think he's had some swings and mrs but you know he says they pick some good players okay you you must be doing a podcast of aimed wave today if it if you want me to go along with air will now i listen i i've been i was very unhappy at a couple of those drafts and i do think the rosia draft they missed out on a bunch of chances to to to that stand out as just felt bad in the moment and then turned out to be bad where the rosia draft and then the the the sondra melo draft which was just cleansing that we didn't just didn't get anybody who really help the team at those to drag and here i mean we had pre tweet picked um and just missed i don't think you can hit a home run on one of them you know and then and we just don't we just didn't um so wait a second quick because we we gotta go so quickly if they trade okay number if they traded the number three picking crowder for jimmy butler and we ended up turning that number and pick and a jimmy butler and that laker pick are you down with that.