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Fresh update on "stella" discussed on DM Radio
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Supermodel Stella Tennant's Family Confirms She Died By Suicide: "She Felt Unable To Go On"
"We are learning more about the death of supermodel Stella Tennant, and it's very sad news. Her family has confirmed that she took her own life following a struggle with mental health problems. Tenant who was 50 had any enormously successful career is the face of Chanel, Calvin Klein, Barbary and others. Family tells Britain's Daily Telegraph She had been unwell for quite some time. They asked for privacy, but said they were speaking out because they feel it's important to rare raise awareness around mental health.
UK judge to rule on US extradition for WikiLeaks' Assange
"Spent years inside the ecuadorian embassy. In london now the next chapter of the julian assange saga is set to play out in a british court. Next week julian assange. The founder of wikileaks soon finds out whether or not he'll be extradited to the us from the uk to face. Numerous counts of espionage. A judge's decisions expected monday morning if granted. Britain's home secretary will make the final call. A solid is facing seventeen charges over the publication of secret american military documents. But he may have an ace up. His sleeve. Assange his partner and mother of his two children stella morris has appealed via twitter to president trump asking that the wikileaks be pardoned. If convicted ajaj faces up to one hundred seventy five years behind
British supermodel Stella Tennant dead at 50, family says
"A shocker for the fashion industry. British supermodel Stella Tennant died yesterday. She got her start in the 19 nineties, having been photographed for British Vogue Just 22 years old. She went on to grace numerous magazines working with designers including Alexander McQueen, Calvin Klein and Burberry. In the late nineties, she was the face of Chanel. No cause of death was given her family asked for privacy. Stella Tennant was only
Madonna Just Got Her First Tattoo
"Getting into the pop icon just got her first ever tattoo at the age of 62. She took tow insta. That's how hip and street I am last night to post her followers and show her getting that tattoo along with the artwork. She got the initials L R. D. M s E tattooed on her wrist. To honor her six kids, Lord is Rocco David Mercy, Stella and a stair. A stair a steer? Yes. T e r E I don't know. Esther. No, that's S T H E. R. Right. This don't e don't know. So anyway, she just said she got letters tattooed on her wrist.
"stella" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Now now they've merged and become one that code risconsin now so at the time i was going through those challenges they really supported me and by ten coast the call moving forward course which i had to attend after all my treatments because that was actually when i struggled the most after all my treatments when i was trying to recover an i still had no hair had to wear week and had to paint on my eyebrows and a to try to clip on fake nails. That kept falling off. I'm glad you can laugh at. It did confident. I felt like i was three. Cats really supported me and helped me to cook at that time to to cook with the aftermath of my treatment and to to start connecting back to to who i was and so i also had to tap back into those trainings. I had and the support group than i had before. I developed cancer and and that was what prompted me to go and study to become a coach say was actually after my cancer treatments that i went qualified as a coach. You very courageous. I have to say and So you bounceback so resilient and so vibrantly. It's a credit to you Stella now i'd like to ask you know we are very different. For for god's given purpose he has made us in his best light. We look the way we look. And there's nothing we can do about it nor should we do anything about better. We have perfect just the way. We are now when when somebody looks at themselves particularly a young person. They're very open to being influenced by those around them. So what happens for young person if they don't know whether or not this quote unquote normal is not actually being bullied. And when do they have. They go back recognizing that they're being bullied..
A Good Night for Biden
"Report Report Election Election 2020 2020 America America Decides Decides new new Vote Vote totals totals in in Arizona Arizona with with Joe Joe Biden's Biden's lead lead over over President President Trump Trump shrinking shrinking TTO TTO 4400 4400 votes votes Georgia Secretary of State says there will be a recount Their as Biden leaves President Trump by about 1500 votes Biden leading in Pennsylvania to CBS's Nicole Killian as he moves closer to a win. CBS News has learned that there are plans for additional Secret service protection in the event that Biden winds, although the agency says it can't specifically discuss its methods and temporary flight restrictions have also been extended Overbite and Stella wear home. CBS has been Tracy on the Trump campaign. They put out a statement just in the past hour That says the election is not over. The false projection of Joe Biden as the winner is based on results in four states that are far from fine. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey. We heard it live here on WCBS it again. The late word out of Arizona. Looks like now about a 44,000 vote lead in Arizona for Joe Biden right now. The numbers are still being counted there changing quickly keep it right here at WCBS,
Italy honors 179 doctors who died in pandemic
"A ceremony held in Italy on Sunday to remember doctors. Who died while treating corona virus patients one hundred, seventy, nine doctors remembered Sunday for the sacrifice they made and caring for Covid nineteen patients in Italy. A ceremony held in the northern Italian town of due north of Milan. The doctors names all inscribed in marble at a sanctuary in the Lombardy region the hardest hit area in all of Italy among the names 67-year-old doctor Roberto Stella, the first. Known. Italian physician to die of Covid, nineteen back on March Eleventh Italy dealing with a surge of positive coronavirus cases. Top Ten, thousand a day in recent
"stella" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"My name is Caitlin Toronto I name his Dreamy Loftus and this is our podcast it is. You don't i WanNa actually let's start this episode with a quick call out. Okay. Because I went I went to our wikipedia page to see what number episode this was going to be and our wikipedia page. It. Stopped updating it. Oh, it's been left in June. It's just June she with I. Know So. I feel lost but we do have lemme figure out their twitter handle Oh yes. Yes. WHO who very generously made five hundred charts Yeah. So it's on twitter handle is without guerrillas but if truly is really fascinating, we reposted it to our social media but it kind of just breaks down every aspect of our show truly every aspect of like how has kaitlyn rated movies? How has Jamie rated movies? What is the breakdown of like directors by gender and by race, and just basically a really interesting look at what we've covered so far that was generally helpful to us So shout out really some. Incredible. Work that is genuinely like informing and helping our show so. Thank you so much and but you know wikipedia I. Don't know who who we genuinely we never knew who is keeping our wikipedia page today. But thank you for all of the work that you did and I think is a beautiful tribute to our show all the way through June twenty twenty. Incredible. anyways. Welcome to the show. Welcome to the show. This is bectal cast in which we examine film through an Intersectional Feminist Lens One movie at a time and We use the Bechtel test simply as a way to initiate a larger conversation about representation but Jamie, what's the Bechtel Test Okay I do know the answer okay. I'm ready is a media metric originally created by queer cartoonist and Bechtel sometimes called the Bechtel Wallace test that requires that a piece of media do the following and we have altered it slightly for the purpose of our show. So to named characters of a marginalized gender must talk to each other about something other than a man for two lines of dialogue. It doesn't usually happen in a movie not enough not enough have you seen Austin powers. Sorry. I've are wikipedia page up and Just pulling from you know. There's a lot of movies in which doesn't pass. We use this as a jumping off point for discussion we don't spend the whole show trying to figure out if it passes the bachelor test, imagine how boring that would be. I think someday we're going to pivot to that that'd be a fun. April fools episode is just going through a script line by line that is like the Shawshank redemption and be like. What about this exchange? This nope between two men no. Today's episode I think will not to spoil anything but I think it's GonNa Fair Okay Ish as far as Bechtel tests specifically goes but there's a lot to talk about because the movie is how Stella got her groove back and popular request a popular request, and of course, we have a guest joining us. She is a comedian. She is one of the Co host of love about town podcast. She's a host of complex defy on vice and she is our first ever fourth time guest of the Bechtol cast..
Changing the Narrative with Rita Bautista
"K.. Brita hello welcome to come on Bama. How are you? I'm doing great. Thanks so much for having me today. I'm excited we've been talking for like thirty minutes. Now. You have an awesome stories. Let's dive into tell us who you are what your heritage. So my name is read about that and I am a as used to describe it. I'm Honduran my parents were both from Buddha's but I was born here in New Orleans and raised between New Orleans in Baltimore and I currently live in Houston. So I've had the best of all worlds. Yeah. Headed your parents arrive to to New Orleans. Oh my gosh. So it's interesting both my parents ended up in two different places. My mom ended up in Baltimore with visa the. First Ten than she came illegally, and then she came back again legally and then my dad came here with a visa to new. Orleans. which is a huge population of hundred people for all those under Daniels listened to me there's a huge population Chiquita banana used to be headquartered there at the story's pretty rich and dynamic I think I should probably tell it one day, but it's a really interesting story like two lane. University has lot of really thick ties in into hundreds like they actually have a whole bunch of like less Stella's from the Mayan Ruins. Actually. In the nineteen hundreds went to Tulane University went to Honduras and made copies of them and they're sitting in New Orleans on at the military base. Okay. Fact very attacked. So how is it that it's a big population in your let I mean, it's not random, but it's like not your big cities are right. Well, for anybody WHO's been to New Orleans they have that like has at European small town feel and the climate really tropical. You know if it's if you're going to be close to home, you might as well be host in temperature to but like I said that to keep a banana used to be housed in or their headquarters was in new, ORLEANS? So since the ladder leads bananas in Lewis were also I guess they were reporting to New Orleans everybody who was coming over from Honduras to our liens found out about it because of the Banana Trade So interesting to get I don't be sick of that. But again, that's Your Dad arrives there and then your mom is in Baltimore and then they meet somewhere between. So they've actually met in hunters for the second time. Yeah. My mom back two. The second time, and then while she's in Honduras with my brother, she got married in Baltimore and then it didn't work. She got divorced in the ends up in under his an that second go round. She meets my dad in Honduras and she comes back to Baltimore with my brother wants all you your residency came out and everything she went back and then my dad ends up in New Orleans in. He's like you need to come check this out. This is like hundred number two like you know come visit me and sure enough she goes down there they fall in love with each other than this beautiful child was born.
Cathy Horyn on Why Fashion Media Must Evolve
"Ala Kathy. I'm good you. You're in Virginia. Farm. Yeah. You're Minova Farm in Virginia and made avail in. London. and. Roundabout now could be looking forward to seeing each other at fashion shows as we have done for the last. How many years? We. Want to exit. Thirty five. Something, like Nineteen eighty-seven age is not. About you were at the Detroit repress. Short News. used. And I was limited. From magazine in Canada in Toronto Canada. And we could never have anticipated what's happened to the world because? We read about things like this in history and And you know industry is being so savagely impacted. By everything that's happened and it's it's great that we're talking today because I subscribe to new magazine. you write for the. Your magazine and you've just done this enormous piece interviewing designers about the here and now their lives and. The future of the industry, and that's exactly what was supposed to be talking about today. So that's put certain. I can say to you. Tell us what you've been doing with. China's for the last. Well it started out. You Know Stella Buckby at runs the cut we were talking in now late April I think about like what do we WANNA do? For All this book Ended up being part of the. The main magazine in the preview section of what's happening in the fall. But anyway, we started talking about that and I said, you know I really just I want to talk to the the leading designers you know the the big creative minds and. Where we sort of going I, mean, it just feels different even now and I think about how we all felt what on March second and March third when we were still in Paris in winding up with. No the Balenciaga show in the retail show the last days and felt so innocent but then it felt quite different by the end of April. With Europe. All shutdown down the US at least New York Shutdown So, anyway, everybody you know it's it's Raff Simmons Marc Jacobs. Nikola just gear Mutya Rico Kuba. There's there's twelve or thirteen, and all and Everybody was home. So I had lots of time to talk to them, and they had lots of time and we talked in some cases, three times over the summer or rejects dinner we had emails that kind of thing. So it was fun. Now was there a consensus? Among people what the future holds I think you have a different view specifically of how people want will probably want address. Some bring that up pretty clearly like mmj at. I think a lot of people are really concerned You know the the. What's going on with the fashion system people have been talking about that at Nauseam for a while. So that came up a lot RAFF had a lot to say about that I think they certainly spent the month of March and April thinking a lot about this Marc Jacobs a lot and he put some of that up on Instagram to. You know coming off at incredible show that he did in February in New York and just thinking and you know he he had to lay off people on his designed team and others had take salary cuts. That the problem across the industry. And so they were talking a lot about that, and then of course, Allesandro from Goodie. Brought his his instagram out a one was mid may saying we're GONNA go to two meetings to to runway shows a year. So I think a lot of the stuff has been brewing. Yeah, and the bottom line is I, mean to me. I think it comes through in the pieces. It's all an individual choice. You know like you know Michael Kors has made his decision. What he's GonNa do I think Gucci's made their decision to Michael Burke for this piece is the CEO of Vitale and you know. They're gonNA. You know he thinks that the traveling runway shows the future. So all that concerned about you know how big the shows I think I think in the long run we'll see a I mean in the short run will see. Pause, as as we as we deal with the pandemic and we don't know what quite the end game is on that. So I think we've seen a lot of experimentation in the last six weeks two months with digital perform digital shows and presentations and. I think going forward. You know you know it's a huge industry i. think that's the thing is bleak as it seems is a huge industry.
Angels trade Tommy La Stella to Athletics for Franklin Barreto
"The Angels making a deal, sending all star second baseman Tommy La Stella Toe Oakland for second baseman Franklin Barreto, Oakland play well this year. The Angels just kind of playing out the string. They're going opposite directions.
Stella Jean Asks Do Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion?
"Hello everyone. This is Tim, Ron Ahmed founder, and CEO of the business of fashion. Welcome to the latest episode of B. O. F. Live today I'm here with the designer Stella Zhong who is joining us from. and. We're here to talk about a very important topic of his see that we have been discussing at length here on the OH F- Few months much of the discussion around the black lives matter movement in fashion has been focused on conversations in the US and to a certain extent here in the UK where I'm based but Stella has been playing a leading role in driving the conversation around black lives matter in Italy, and so we're delighted to have her with us today to help paint a picture about how this conversation is very important. Conversation has a very unique tone and history and contacts that differentiates it. From some of the other countries, of course, the core conversation is rooted in the same goals around achieving better racial equity for black professionals in fashion. But initially, there's some specific contexts and situations that make the conversation. They're a really important one to consider outside some of the other conversations that we've been having. So I'm delighted to have Stella with us here today and Stella. Before we dive into the topic at hand I want to start with you and your personal background and history just for those listeners and viewers who don't. Already aren't already familiar with your work. So could you just you know in the first instance take a moment to you tell us your personal story How did you grow up? Where did you grow up explain a little bit about your background. And then we can get into a little bit about how you got into the fashion industry. Okay Imran. Hi Hello. Thank you for having me. So I'll will tell a bit about my story. Fashion come for me from two different personnel seed I. He has begun as a personal necessity born in Italy of the early eighties and struggling be being so So diverse from my fellow citizen as motivated me to find a way to show people not to be afraid of different cultures and color by instead to see them as them as a chance to grow better and together I know that it might may sound dock sequel but I don't use shown with an esthetic proposals by as a tool to fight again, any cultural agregation, the passionate snowboarder. So you can accept you the beauty without prejudice is a low made to talk to fashion without preconceived opinion just beauty. That's why my work reflects might make you Saggio repeal every page in ways in which to. Culture I white. Republican onside. Probably in the Italy than together. So this marriage are opposite creates a new I bridge, which I've always considered red during my child took. Advantage, and it took me a long time to change my mind. But thanks to many krantz mentor role model and fashion obsolete, which has been my terrapin escape. I've discovered the precious uniqueness of being diverse convene, conveying a new concept of multiculturalism applied to fashion, which promotes cultural sober without ever compromising once on identity, and then there is the second. Reason is the need to put forward and and preserve the multiculturalism which comes from the fact that I've I've always had to actually my mother comes from eighty and my father from Italy. I was born in Rome I spent you years in. And I was March tied at such a great country was known just for some wrong reasons or its way extreme poverty charity yet. Believe me after immediate emergency cases else should come in a totally different form in order to a- long-term action considering that this population of so many cultural resources which would allow them to rise up again on without the need charity action while they need is a someone who decide to believe in their capacity give them the opportunity to work for the Indian plays, their own skill this should be. The the power of fashion. This is a knowledgeable of fashions potential as cultural activity to provide significant opportunities for doesn't work for man and woman around the word. That's why I created my lab founded the laboratory will. Not Show any.
La Stella's walk-off homer sends Angels past Giants, 7-6
"Five in a row after forever got a lot of walk off home run last night, Tommy La Stella, his third blown save, always third blown game in his last three outings
Boom Time For Bitcoin
"Open up your account now and use the code try to call. Can I get I help you well. What are we got here across the top ten high it's looking pretty Stella. Pretty that are in day yesterday a good bounce a really good bounce. On bitcoin. It hasn't gone unorthodox just yet, but let me just say something yesterday. We only close at one point six percent only add. So that doesn't seem like a lot when down a little bit of depth and you say tomato I, say the market you work time from. The lows too far from the lowest to the highest full point seven percent ten, sorry rebound turn and on the clothes it's full percent you know from the law of the died to Willie ended up. That's full percent now I teach a lot about the nature of just teach people how to learn try a technical analysis because it's a waste of time to be honest. It's who says you know a cup of sugar doesn't make a chocolate cake. About sugar, it's not gonNA make the Kaik. It's simple as that. So try to teach people to understand what's actually going on a front of them and what I'm saying here across my talk. But most of the top ten is cradles pullbacks and candles in the cradles on the candidates itself is telling me that one study don't listen. I'll forget you know two days ago. We saw big four point three percent at one stage was down. What was that level? We would go from the high because that's where the momentum started. We would down about eight percent and it was pretty brutal. The way we came off with bounce backs not momentum to the downside went now you kidding my UACC hitting. Pop back up now we've got. Sight, only at close of one point, six percent but a full set move back to the up saw, we've just broken the high of yesterday's candle as well as much as not many great cradle triads out there on the daily. It's what the process telling me that is well, there are site telling. Look we've got momentum back. Becoming up half percent today bitcoin sitting thousand, six, hundred, thirty, six dollars right now wrought. It's good. The market is looking good. The two day to day timeframe. Have a look at on bloody jots. I'm really fully we don't see too much of a move on Bitcoin in the top ten tonight. Because then I'll have absolutely ethical two-day candles and I'll have some training opportunities. I tried to I, tried to wake rich I. Bloody Everything K. Are these guy with market saw with with with the moves are with the momentum is I'm saying bullish momentum here on Bitcoin that's on the daily. We still got a bit of work to do on the mates four out. We don't have a really nice sokoll trendy the two hour look a little bit of a high allow on the one. Now we definitely do have a highly there's not a huge amount You know really exciting me at the minute. So yeah, it's GonNa take some time, but the dailies are looking really really good. Just notice tried that ended up taking two minutes. So get through this a theory ninety, four dollars ninety full spot to seven at one point. Seven two percent, Simon's bitcoin on that daily except fe twenty point, four cents look at that daily cradle beautiful on the to to that might be an absolute doozy tomorrow point seven, six up yesterday to
Walmart to offer free drive-in movies in parking lots at 160 stores
"Walmart? They are now going to be launching this drive in movie theater at one, hundred, sixty stores. They'll you can reserve a parking spot they'll show big movies and that those Walmart parking spots those. Huge micheals there lots are massive usually see some is in all kinds of things just parked there. Now they're gonNA open one hundred and sixty stores across the country, and then they're gonNA show movies. So you can have movie night which I think is actually kind of cool. But T dunis classics.
Texas medical board warns physicians who claim COVID-19 cure
"The Texas board the licenses doctors is warn physicians that it could take action against anyone who falsely advertises a cure for covert 19 Houston newspaper reports. The Texas Medical Board issued its warning after a Houston area pastor and Dr Stella Emmanuel, who was praised by President Trump publicly touted hydroxy Claure Quinn as a cure for the disease.
Madonna censored by Instagram after promoting coronavirus conspiracy theory
"Centered by Instagram for post for opposed praising Houston pediatrician Stella Emanuel. She's the doctor endorsed by President Trump claims to have successfully treated hundreds of covert 19 patients with hydroxy Clara Quinn. He's also known for saying that women can be impregnated while dreaming about having sex with demons.
Houston doctor claims there's 'a cure' for COVID in viral video
"Trump is defending sharing a dubious video on Twitter as he touts a discredited drug to treat the virus. The president is talking up hydroxy chloral Quint again after Houston doctor Stella Emanuel said the drug cures Cove in 19 in a viral video Trump shared on Twitter, and he did so as he retweeted attacks on the government's top virus expert, Dr Anthony Fauci. I thought her voice was an important voice, but I know nothing about her. Manual has a history of making fantastic claims about medicine and aliens. Trump also falsely claimed much of the country is Corona free, as he put it, and he lamented his poor approval ratings. As Dr Fauci earns praise Nobody likes me. It can only be my personality. That's all in Washington, Martin Dicaro Bloomberg Radio.
Very different, symbolic hajj in Saudi Arabia amid virus
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Trump defends disproved COVID-19 treatment
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"stella" Discussed on Female Criminals
"The proceedings began on February, sixteenth, nineteen, Eighty, eight. Her case was the first to go to trial under a new federal tempering law instituted after the Chicago tylenol murders. It carried a life sentence. Assistant Attorney Joanne made us started opening arguments. She was deliberate, precise and a stickler for details. She laid out Stella's motivations and plans for the jury. On Stella's team defense attorney, Tom Hillier was much warmer. He tried to appeal to the jury in a friendly manner. He argued that the evidence produced against Stella was circumstantial. The two sides battled it out over the insurance policies and what Stella did and didn't know before Bruce's death, they discussed the five tampered bottles that had been located, and the likelihood of Stella, having purchased two of them, the prosecution laid out Stella's unhappiness in her marriage and the financial problems that plagued the nichols. They discussed her questionable actions after Bruce's death and then on April Twenty Fifth Cynthia finally took the stand. As Cynthia took her place in the witness box. She looked weak and distraught, but Stella believed this on purpose. She figured that this was the prosecution's way of drumming up support from the jury. As the prosecutor began to ask Cynthia Questions Stella wrote down counterpoint to hand to her own lawyer Cynthia spoke about her mother's character. She recalled the night she found out Bruce had died and her mother's cryptic statement, but Cynthia admitted. She never asked her mother point blank. What had happened? She said I didn't want her to tell me the truth and I didn't want her to lie to me. Cynthia answered days worth of questions about how much she knew before Bruce's. She detailed Stella's plan to kill Bruce and all the discussions they had prior to it as Stella tried to figure out the best avenue. After that, it was the defenses turn her lawyer called Dr David, hone eggs and assistant professor of chemistry from the University of Washington hoenig declared that the algae destroyer had been mixed in deliberately. This suggested that perhaps someone had tried to frame, Stella he couldn't specifically point to Cynthia, but he implied it, but on cross examination, the prosecution squashed this theory Dr Hoenig said the specs were too big for someone not to see them, and were therefore deliberate, but the assistant us attorney made it clear that the Tampere plausibly could have missed them or saw them and didn't care after that it was Stella's turn to take the stand. After she gave an overview of her life prior to settling in Auburn, Stella then detailed her relationship with Bruce for every point that had been made against her Stella had a counter argument or a straight up denial. She said that life for her and Bruce improved after he stopped drinking and that she enjoyed having a sober husband. In fact, she said her love for her husband grew after he returned from Rehab Stella admitted to financial stress, but she claimed it was nothing out of the ordinary. They both had jobs at the time of Bruce's death, which helped ease the tension as for the insurance claims. She said that she truly believed there was only one policy in. In regards to the books on poisonous plants. She said she read up on those because she was worried about her grandchild. Possibly stumbling across them on the trailer park property, and then Stella told the jury about the aftermath of Bruce's death, she put on a good show, getting teary, eyed and emotional after she finished. Joanne made a got up to cross examine. She walked Stella through all of the insurance details once more. This time Stella was forced to admit she knew more about the money owed tour than she had said as the trial came to a close on May third nineteen, eighty eight, the jury went off to deliberate for six days, Stella waited for her.
"stella" Discussed on Female Criminals
"No matter what. Still started using her daughter, Cynthia, as a sounding board in late, nineteen, eighty, five forty two year old Stella. Constantly peppered twenty six year old Cynthia with all manner of Macabre questions. One day she asked Cynthia how much cocaine it would take to kill. A Person Cynthia gave her best guess in response, but she was uneasy. Why would her mother ask such a question? Eventually Stella answered Cynthia's silent questions. She told her that she wanted to kill. Bruce Stella thought she could trust her daughter with this confidence after all Stella had always lived by the code. What happens in the family stays in the family. Stella grew exceedingly candidate with Cynthia over the next few months. She asked her daughter what she thought about slipping some heroin and Bruce's ice tea, and hopefully causing him to overdose. Stella even floated the idea of hiring a Hitman, but she nixed this option almost as quickly as it occurred to her, a hitman would cost money and Stella barely had enough to pay her bills as for Cynthia, she listened to all her mother's murderous chatter calmly. She believed that Stella was just daydreaming out loud..
"stella" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Seventy, nine thirty six year old Stella, Nickell wasn't just bored of her husband Bruce Nickell. She was actively searching for a way out of her marriage. After a hot and heavy start Stella quickly found that Bruce was unable to satisfy her sexual appetites, deciding that his inability to perform was caused by his heavy drinking. Stella encouraged Bruce to go to rehab when he emerged here was sober. Initially, this brought the two closer together, but then Stella discovered that she couldn't stand sober Bruce. Much to Stella's relief in Nineteen Eighty Bruce left for a job in Alaska though the two remained married, thirty seven year old Stella was grateful to get some space from her newly sober husband. Two years after Bruce's departure. Stella's daughter twenty-three-year-old Cynthia and her boyfriend thirty year old Dave mcmurphy moved to Washington. By this time Stella and Cynthia Cynthia had patched up their relationship. Unfortunately Cynthia's relationship with Dave was less amicable and soon after arriving in Washington, the couple broke up. Almost, immediately, Stella jumped into an affair with her daughters ex-boyfriend. Stella kept her relationship with Dave a secret. She knew that both Cynthia and Bruce would feel betrayed by the news. However perhaps Bruce sensed that something was off with his wife because he began calling and checking up on her constantly. Stella felt smothered by Bruce's incessant calls. She wanted to be free to sleep around in peace when Bruce finally returned from. Alaska Stella was forced to break off the affair with Dave. And in truth, the affair was the least of the Nichols worries. While Bruce was gone, Stella had been spending all their money. They were now more than twenty thousand dollars in debt. Bruce's solution was to take out loans to cover their finances. Stella solution was to sleep with men who would shower her with gifts and money. While Stella's cheating wasn't a crime, her lifestyle was based on a set of questionable morals. This mindset likely started in her childhood, which was plagued with alcoholism and domestic violence, according to a study by Cambridge's Institute of Criminology. Morality is developed at a young age. In fact, young people don't refrain from crime because they fear the consequences rather, it's that their morality simply prevents them from even seeing crime as a possible course of action in the first place. Unfortunately for Stella. She never developed this sense of morality as a kid. All she knew was a life of abuse, neglect and poor values. She did whatever it took to survive in her environment. Thus crime was always an option. Now as an adult. She was doing the same thing. She had no internal compass that cautioned her away from engaging in bad behavior. As a result, Stella had no problem engaging in a range of poor choices. Furthermore, it wasn't as though Bruce had the emotional reserves to stop her. He had enough on his plate, just trying to stay sober. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, his battle against alcoholism, got significantly harder when he lost his job instead of responding with compassion to her husband's misfortune, forty-one-year-old Stella was pissed off now. She was stuck with a boring husband and a poor one. To help ease the financial strain. Stella's mother Coralee moved to Washington in May. She bought a piece of land big enough for both her and the Nichols Mobile home trailers. Stella was grateful for her mother's help, but she resented bruce for not pulling his weight in the past still ahead, occasionally fantasized about killing him now with their worsened circumstances, she started to seriously consider it. Soon, she was brainstorming various ways that she might pull off a murder. When Bruce found a new job, it did nothing to dissuade her by then Stella had decided that she wanted him out of the picture..
"stella" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Stella forty eight to seventy two hours Stephen a lot of intensity a lot of passion I'm in a particularly from the Democrats I mean this was their chance they had to take it and even if they your new maybe in the deepest part of their heart what how it was going to go they put their they put their best case forward in the president's team put what they thought was our best defense forward and it's important to remember that sort of the ark of the week remember the week began with the New York times report that John Bolton had this manuscript and this is what was in it known by the way the White House counsel was aware of it for many weeks and there was a tremendous amount of momentum toward witnesses but uncertainty as to whether for Republicans would be on board but then the White House really got engaged and as one aide put it to our major Garrett they described it is def con too at the White House to try to hold Republicans in line the president issued a centrally a warning saying you know remember Republicans and and got personally engaged in while two of the Republican Susan Collins emit Romney stuck to their guns and said that they wanted to hear from witnesses particularly John Bolton the other two who were being hired as possible yes votes for witnesses and they would be least recounts give Alaska and Lamar Alexander of Tennessee decided that they were not going to a support witness testimony they they offer their own statements in the case of Lamar Alexander he said that he believed the president's actions when appropriate but he didn't feel that the house had died good necessarily made the case for why witness testimony was necessary and in the case of Lisa Makowski she said it would she didn't think was possible for the Senate to hold a fair trial the the Democrats have been subject to criticism from Republicans that that that that would be impeachment was fraught with procedural defects the house refused to give the president the opportunity for it for due process he didn't have lawyers representing him at the key hearings he declined to offer a lawyer to represent him at the very sessions of the Judiciary Committee where they reviewed the work that the intelligence committee had done and so for that reason and the fact that Republicans were not willing to bring in witnesses if the the house did not first depose them and that is why this is really coming to as you say an anticlimactic end and by Wednesday evening Donald John trump will almost certainly and I don't think I can't think of any reason why this would be anything but he certainly will be acquitted of these two charges this to be accused of high crimes and misdemeanors the third to be found not guilty by as the Senate falling short of a two thirds vote and in this case I figure it's it's more likely than not that not even a majority I think it's certain that are not even a majority will vote to convict so another one for the history books and and struggle scholars a wonder what in this process changes the history of impeachments going for another question obviously not for us to answer at this point CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy thanks for your hard work for us this weekend to all of the other correspondent for CBS news that have helped us out along the way more coverage on the story coming up from your local CBS news radio affiliate online and on the CBS news radio app for iOS and android this is been a CBS.
"stella" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"You know how to spell that one if not I don't know back to the PODCAST. Wells caswell hanging out with you. I have in the studio right now Lennon. Stella hello how are you. I'm good. How are you OK? Thanksgiving was a lot. I'M NOT GONNA lie about it all right. It's a lot of food a lot of you you know and then you got your drunk friends. Come over but late right so you know. I'm thankful though they will let you are in the studio right now out with us to be here. We have like a weird connection which I. I don't know if you realize I was a radio. Dj in Nashville the entire. A your time. You were filming the show Nash Really so much so that I auditioned for the part of the radio guy on that show. Let's Season was that dino it was before the show started Oh early yeah it was like hey. You're going to be doing a show from Nashville. No but I was a radio. Dj from Oh seven seven to two well until a year and a half ago over here in Nashville. Yeah I worked for like this. Tiny little racing called lightning one hundred and then I worked for my heart here. Yeah so so So in the show came on I was like I remember watching. It'd be like Oh that's so funny wonder what radio. Dj that was that you audition for now. I can't even remember like that early on. That's crazy but anyway I don't know if you're caught you up to speed with like what this show is not how much so. I'm just really tired. Honest totally face. I'm just like really interested. enamored with not the people story from when they become known. I'm more interested in the story of how you got the place of being well known and quote Unquote Celebrity Pretty satisfied. You know so. It's kind of an origin story PODCAST and I think your story is going to be really really interesting because you are relatively well known pretty early early. Yeah Baby Yeah So. Let's start at the beginning. How did it all start for you? So my sister originally auditioned addition for the show We like new casting director Clark. She knew someone who knew the casting director introduced us in maisy eight. My sister was just always like very much wanting to be in the TV world and very very interested in it. She auditioned and then got the par- Originally the ages were like eight and twelve so so she was auditioning to you the older sister and Or sorry five eight and she was auditioning to his older sister. She was eight at the time and then basically they saw video bussing a singing together and asked me to audition. I never liked considered acting like really thought about it all out dish and we got the parts and then There's a whole long thing I won't go into but we're Canadian. So getting visas was really difficult because we were so young so then we got a regatta visas because this video that we post it went viral Carol estimate like the Cup Song on Youtube and So that can happen at the same time but basically that allowed us to be able to fill in the show which lasted for six years there's And then yeah and then just since then it's been the show definitely like set me up to do my own solo stuff and but it's been a weird transition. It's definitely a different world. You know so your sister wanted to be like in the entertainment world did you guys are still like like performing. Was it a youtube kind of Beginning getting was the one youtube I was That that video just allowed us to get visas because we it was like impossible. We literally pulled us off of our couch and you need like press and you need like all this stuff to be to get visas into work in the states and twelve years old. Obviously I've done nothing prior to it and so yeah the press. That video got like allowed us to get our visas so we could be on the show very crazy very weird timing. It's crazy crazy that she wanted to be. Did you want to be an actress or just want to be an entertainer. She was she was into that acting and she was literally six at the time. I'm like she's a baby so I mean so only so much. So but she Oregon she was eight at the time but she Definitely wanted to be in the acting world which I had never considered tired and then the show. We always were both very much into music. My parents are musicians and music was kind of like the ultimate path and luckily the show is like very musical so we ended up doing now on the show as well but so so your sister was like I want to do windows. And you're like Oh this is what that's cool. What what what did you? What did you want to do at that time? I literally was so not like. You're the older sister in this situation. But I was just supporting my younger sister. I was going to the dishes with her like doing the lines. Like with her as a sister like I never I really was not even slightly considering and then literally. They asked me to audition and then they changed the ages of the kids to fit our ages. Eh rewrote everything to like work for us which is very yeah. It ended up just like working very perfectly but I was definitely not at all planned and I mean that's an Ode to you guys in your talent if they're rewriting television show around. It's definitely hit me later. I was so clueless at the time. Yeah Eh the time like great. Yeah so clueless game literally. Don't go yeah okay so so were you were you like. Since you're you're crazy what are you doing. We should be doing. I don't know I Mali. Ball tryouts why. Why are you doing this? I mean honestly I it was just so like one. I didn't think that it was actually going to happen. Like we had never auditioned for anything still to this day. I've never auditioned for anything else. That's so my only audition experience was like the show she had never or she did like one music video prior to it. She very much wanted to do it and like was always so into movies and TV and she. She wanted to be an actor so it just happened in. She got the audition and she's like eight years old and she's like sure why not but like it. Never never it happened so like really. I was just so clueless like so clueless last night. Yeah floating yeah okay. So you're you guys are Canadian in your parents are are musicians as well. Tell me like what home life was like. Was it just. Everyone's playing every instrument three that. Like Partridge family when people come over and you're like talent it sounds so hillbilly but we like genuinely had no we didn't have a TV like no cable until we were like on Nashville. We never had cable. We never had internet. We were just like straight up hillbillies like on a farm plant music like it really was so like doc they what you would imagine like just very musical parents yeah so that TV. Now it's fine. You know a little. Yeah you're paying for this is coming out of your paycheck way to real. Yeah we're your parents supportive of all this. I always find it amazing when I talked to younger stars because if I was paranoid it'd be really really cautious of all this That was definitely what it was like the whole time. My mom was like sure. You don't WanNa be a teacher are you sure Yeah yeah yeah literally. Though they my parents are they definitely like struggled like they were like those struggling musicians like the hippies like they were never ever it was never easy for them. So they're seeing this seeing their life and they're like why would you want that. This is not the move twelve eight to start and it just started so randomly like with the video and then that's kind of started this Lennon. Amazing thing and because of that like we just kinda thrown into it and it was never a negative thing. My parents were definitely like very cautious especially with a TV show. You hear so many horror stories of like kids on TV and that was especially the very very scary very for them putting into it but I mean there are supportive in like they kind of dropped everything to like. Make it a very natural like Never felt like we were thrown into the TV world. It gets was very you know family like were they supportive in the way of like. Hey Hey listen. If you guys are like this anymore you can bail. Yeah of course yeah big time but we loved it was so fun and like the cast and crew because we were so young it was like we were just cradled and like literally everything was so cushioned for us and it was very very pleasant like we never. It was just so great so it was. It was never a thing sang of like that. But they were totally supportive than we knew that. If we didn't like it at any point there was no like forcing it or at all. Yeah so you're in Canada. You do this Youtube Youtube viral video effectively. Your sister goes in Nashville. Sorry we'd already okay. Yeah so what. What made you move from candidate Nashville my parents on the TV TV show called? Can you do it and I love. It's the best name Yeah so we. They were doing their their music stuff. And then we were traveling blamed back-and-forth literally driving fifteen hours like weekly. 'cause my parents just were doing the show and they got like a publishing deal Nashville and So yeah like like driving back and forth from like an hour outside of Toronto. Why are you not because they were broke and so is cheaper to drive and my parents were like listen? Cynicism normal commute suck it up But actually ever normal guys you have a TV in the back like. That's this big lucky. No it was totally. Yeah it is so weird renting back in like y y like thirty hours constantly But then we up and moved in late two thousand and nine. We were there before the show started. Like two thousand twelve. We're there for a bit before the show started. Can you do it. I don't know where money because we're driving in fifteen hours back and forth literally. Okay so you get to Nashville and as someone who knows national very very well it's it's infectious. There's just so much talent around you yet especially in I would say less so in the acting Sector and much more in the writing and performing totally. I'm so you get to national. You haven't yet landed this show Are you are you guys like performing around like. How does the Nashville bug in the songwriter? Bug hit you in music city. My parents were doing like the writers rounds and they would we. We would always go and then they would get for their last song and that was the video that got posted that originally got on the show was like a singing. The blue like my parents like the end. The last song on my parents round. So we always did that but literally only because they were like parents in because we were twelve and eight it was just super like it was never like we. Were you no playing around Nashville. We literally just got up and sang their last song In the round and then yeah definitely. It wasn't until the show started that like it became like okay. Okay this is like our career. Now yes but we're so young. Did you have any understanding of how iconic the Bluebird was it now like Nashville. Because it is it's it's almost a character on the show. Now Yeah but you must have. Because for everyone that's ever been to national guard onto the bluebird it's kind of in the Strip mall. Yeah it's so it's such a weird place he has a title. Boxing greenhills Yeah Hill Mall. It's so what you think of Honky. Talk Nashville but like every night. The the line is out out the door on the building. And it's just like this songwriters in the round thing wear in this tiny little bar but like some of the greatest musicians of any generation played in there like Garth Brooks was discovered in there like yeah crazy crazy stories but if you saw yeah from from Canada would be like what we're this replay totally totally. So you get you get called up to play up there. You have no understanding. No no yeah definitely not I mean really only until like the show was like halfway through and then it was such a thing that I realize like Oh that was cool like you now but no definitely no understanding at the time have you played bluebird like since then like post show we did like. There's like a Blooberg. Ah a Blooberg documentary thing that which we played out for that Again like getting up at like some like Mama Lou around and I'll get up and sing with her but like Kevin like played fully now. I should okay so you guys. Are there your parents are doing a show called can you do it. Did they win it. They did not win. They can't do it it. No.
"stella" Discussed on Pratt Cast
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Like the twelfth hour right before the Turkeys coming out and I breakdown because I have been drinking alcohol and I start getting in on the APPS and I ruined it and then I eat way. Too many Hawaiian rolls before Thanksgiving happens. And then I'm not ready to crush forty five thousand calories in one sitting which by the way you guys know about A ghost wipe you know about ghost wipes do you man. The only one day a year we go swipe so go. Swipe is After you go to the bathroom number two you don't don't need an ATP because the Turkey SA- dry that adjust comes out and you didn't like nothing happened and it's a beautiful beautiful day in the neighborhood because you didn't need to do any work go. Swipe happens only once a year. It's the most magical day the day after Thanksgiving which was a couple days ago for me. anyways Hobie has had a good thanksgiving. You're thankful for all the great things You have in your life A little Lord knows I am. We had friends giving over at the atoms highland house which was great friends. Giving is the way to go about Thanksgiving. Let's just be honest about it because you know what your family is terrible. So invite the people that you like over. which are your friends and the invite your family over because you know? It's never going to happen that you're GonNa talk politics and then all of a sudden your dad's GonNa throw a bottle of wine it though at at the wall and say that you're disowned. This may or may not have happened happened to me. It's okay but it's fine. Therapy will be will work for me in the long run but what I'm trying to say is that threatens giving is the way to do things giving not family giving because you know what your family emily. You can't use them. That's truth we'd like to thank you for choosing the wells cast. I went on my rant here today. Okay so it's fine I'm GonNa having so much fun. 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"stella" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Like, I think the thing about that though is that like Stella has been arrested where everyone's close before while she was doing sex work, and like not much really tends to come of that like, it's a misdemeanor. I socialists find once I believe, but like it doesn't really go anywhere really serious yet. But if I can get up evidence of buggery than they can go to jail for quite a long time, and he's a long jail sentence, doing hard labor. Oh, he's a death sentence to get more on them than just I address as women and it's possible as well that they are trying to get information on like network of by. And like, we do know that they were part of a yes, a shadowy that work. Yes, they also allow the police have raided the harm and gone through their clothes. And picked up all the letters and so forth there in Collado has also managed to find a boy of them in the Showtime and love Colorado, Connor color. Just get stuff done. Yeah. She's like, I'm gonna have a bull. I'm gonna find a lawyer at midnight. Is great. I love I want to know more colors. Do you like what her son? I mean. It's like could we hypothetically research back home, and I do know what her legal name. Well. Okay. So we could find yes, we can go. If you like the lawyer that Collado provided is also the impression as colada was as darn funny weather, this has been a chance arrest his not really prepared to defend them from this evidence. It comes out that the season just like something they did one night for Juerg like that. But it's been a habitual alive for at least a year. And saw the decision is. Well, no, you have stained jail twittering to take this to a proper trial. They are then taken to a backroom of the courthouse where three policemen a a witting full them. They in that room are subjected to a quote, unquote, medical examination that is unnecessary and invasive and coal vises sexual assault. If you don't wanna. Here that we want for the top of the cost, but I won't for it. Again, feel free to skip ahead a bit or stub listening. Now, I found this stuff really really I thought it was awful in the room. They ordered to undress step behind the screen bend over stole. And then there agencies are examined and the docto into fingers into them. The doctors deposition said that neither of them often any resistance, although he also said that that would tell that if they didn't comply court force would be used. So you can imagine that this is going to be very frightening end humiliating into basis for these two people the reason for this is that the medical establishment of the time has this kind of own going interest in the physicality Hove men who have anal sex with other men, so sorta might says they would call them. But like that we don't do. And the police in this case, I interested in utilizing this particular area of medicine to prosecute funny. Stella so the doctor is Dr James Thomas pool, which are all first names. I guess soon James gold. Dr James Thomas poll was a doctor who went to the police..
"stella" Discussed on The Cryptoverse
"So i'm going to do now is just highlight those two resources a pulled them in the show notes after the show is over in case you're watching this on the recording we shall make them all the same colour all righty let's talk about on mobius yet interesting movie a sledge closed these ounce wouldn't confuse myself a too many tabs so mobius mobius dot network so mobius this m long story short they they just sold out there i in like two hours and they run it on the stella network rai so you know stella humans hang about and he to metrology resume here and we go get off the stella loomans where stella it wasn't a ten his is is there so that number nine by market cap this is still humans pulp a little orange highlight on that so stella this is owed him go at the end of the fest segment but will just finished his point often an i'll go to the chat and zone so it they ran this movie icy on the stella block chain the capacity reasons that he was the first major ico that was run on stella and sold out eight million eight hundred ninety eight thousand eight hundred eighty eight tokens in that two hours there was a law hyper on the moby as ico what they're trying to do or they intend to build is eight dep stole a decentralised app store so this will be like the new idaho apple app store the android app store you know the difference will be the this stuff all these apps help you to interface with blockchain's right so like here the fall mobius would press.
"stella" Discussed on Circle Round
"I can't get enough of stella and the dragon you can find other versions of this tale and some beautiful illustrations by artists sabino han including some you can color it's all on our website tell your grownups they can find us at wbur dot org slash circle round coming up next time on circle around two brothers one kind at one greedy learn my it's not so wise to take more than you need i say again little brother where did you get thought jar i got it from an old man it was new year's eve and i hadn't caught an efficient that is a magic jr little brother it should be mine liu diamond phillips and john john brioni a star in the classic filipino folk tale why the ocean is salty days story stella and the dragon was adapted by virginia marshall jessica alpert than me rebecca sheer original music and sound design is by an extra bonus casting is by any lip in csa along with help from our executive producer jessica l pert are in turn is chris yulian special thanks to our actors james khanna check near let and catherine han and if you're a grown up listening right now once the kids go to bed you can check out katrin han in transparent from amazon video season four premiers september 22nd and mark your calendars catherine returns in november with neil a kuna sent christon bell in a bad moms christmas we have a bunch of exciting stories coming up on circle round and we don't want you miss any of them subscribe now on apple podcast stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts circle round is a production of wbur boston's npr news station.
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"They walked for hours when the sun began to rise they arrived at the end of stellas long long lane in the distance the dragon could hear children laughing and playing but he was so frightened of style as kids that to him it sounded like vicious screaming and fighting knows your children again the dragon began to tremble again stella noticed all yes it's almost breakfasttime so they're probably very hungry just them tell us one hundred children came running down the lane they were so excited to see their mother yongin waving their arms eager for a kiss and a hug but that's not with a giant green dragon saw what he saw were one hundred hungary screaming children looking to eat him for breakfast without a word he shoved the fifty bags onto the ground stretched out his wings and swiftly flew away he didn't stop until he reached his layer on top of the hill together stella and her children carried the gold into their home one handful at a time after counting it they realize they had just enough so that they live comfortably and never go hungry all thanks to stella the powerful mm in your life makes you feel powerful as we now know from hearing sell a story it doesn't have to be physical strength maybe there's a skill you've worked especially hard to improve or a person who support makes you feel like you can do anything think about it then talk about it with some when you have fun with a family member or friend and asked them to tell you what gives them strength.
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"On stella as they watched the moon creep higher and higher in the sky the dragon got more and more nervous jumped up and huffed a blast fire from his nose listen you should not throw this bolder because if you do you might hit the moon and that would be bad and since i cannot throw this bolder and hit the moon you will have won the contest stella the powerful stella smiled so i have and now i get your gold stella hopped on the dragons back and they flew up the hill to his land inside she saw fifty sacks of gold piled from the floor to the ceiling will here they are all fifty sacks of gold for yours stella was excited but now she had a new problem the sex of gold were so big and so heavy no human could possibly lift even one but she needed the dragon to believe she was stella the powerful otherwise surely he would devour her on the spot dragon there is something you should know imports that well i have one hundred children each one as strong as i am it was true her children were as strong as she was strong in the mind every one of them was quickwitted and brave you see if my one hundred children see me coming home with this gold they might wanna get more for themselves they might come after you the last thing the dragon wanted was to have one hundred strong little humans coming after him especially since this was all the gold he had the dragon began to tremble stella noticed listen dragon here's what will do we'll go back to my house together you will carry all the gold yourself and you will tell my children that it's all the gold you have there isn't any more the giant green dragon agreed piled the fifty secs of gold on his back they were so heavy he couldn't fly so he walked behind stella as she led the way too.
"stella" Discussed on Circle Round
"Welcome back to circle round i'm rebecca share and today our story is called stella and the dragon when we left off stella into the giant green dragon had placed a bet if stella could throw a bolder farther than the dragon could she would get all his gold but if he tossed it farther stellawood become his next meal so what did stella do she walked over to the big heavy rock and pointed her finger off into the distance the dragon was confused word or you point brunner i want to see you through that bolder well i would throw it dragon a dc that full moon rising over there beyond that third how this his mood well i am so strong that if i throw this bolder now it might hit the moon and knock it out of orbit the dragon tried to picture at toss so powerful that the moon would stop revolving around the earth it would go that far it certainly could stella was telling the truth for there was a teensy inked we'd see chance the boulder would hit the moon maybe one in a million it was far more likely that stella couldn't even lift the boulder but the dragon didn't know that think about it the man is right there just over that hill if i hit the moon with this bolder who knows what would happen pieces of the mon could come flying often hit us right ear suddenly the dragon was scared pieces of the moon hurtling toward earth no don't hit the moon willetts just over that you all right then i will wait for the moon to rise higher in the sky before i throw this bolder the dragons sat down.
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"The builders soared over the sheep and the trees it sailed over to health and landed on a third with a distant thud uh no it's your turn stella powerful let's see if you can beat that sterling knew she was in trouble how she throw a bolder the size of a house let alone pick one up she simply did not know but one thing she did know she had to think fast do you believe stella will think her way to victory we'll she win the bad and get the dragons gold we'll find out after a quick break hey kids my name is lianne i'm from the best mallon i'm here to tell the glad that this next messages for that be you can listen to support for circle round comes from guy herbs golden milk life can be busy and stressful especially during the holidays but it's important to be mindful and make time to relax like listening to this podcast together as a family drink story time enjoy a nourishing cup of guy herbs golden milk the delicious blend of organic tumor acc dates and herbs reconnect with yourself by enjoying a cosy cup of mindfulness this holiday season use the code circle for five dollars off one jr of golden milk at g a i ate herbs dot com slash circle eleanor amplify and original family friendly podcast from whyy join our heroes the world famous reporter eleanor amplified as she foils evil ski i'll wits cunning billing and gets the big story subscribed today.
"stella" Discussed on Circle Round
"Hong lane she walked all day long when she came to the hills she stopped to arrest as she sat mcgrath says she watched some sheep grazing peacefully on the hill sudden at the sheep started by union running away sell a look to see what they will running from an over the top of the hill what did she see but the giant green dragon one with all the gold in his lair the dragon flew down toward the sheep his wings outstretched as stella watched orange flames shoot for his nose she thought she should run away to then it hit her gold the dragon has piles and piles of gold i could use that gold to buy food for my one hundred children and then they will not go hungry it didn't know how she would get the gold from the chinese green dragon but she had to try she stood up and waved her arms hey dragon dragon over here the giant green dragon heard stella he turned his scaly head who is sheltering three stellas mind raced it is i still love the power fall sell it wasn't sure where she was going with this but the dragon seemed interested hun y still of the powerful all you shouting at me don't you know i could each you in just one liked fellow tasked her head back and laughed no dragging you could not possibly eight me i am much stronger than you are the dragons snoring funding more flames sparking from his nose with one of his sharp clause watched him he swallowed whole stella had to stop herself from crying out.
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"As they kissed each of their new children on the cheek they counted them to see how many they had one two three four they counted five and counted six six anti counted ninety coming at last time final child one hundred we have one hundred children we have one hundred children for the second time that night stella looked up at the stars the brightest one seems to twinkle in shimer more than ever stars this is more than we bargain four but you have granted darwish and for that we are thankful we will love each and every one of these children forever and ever now think about it stone and lovie had zero children and now they had one hundred can you imagine what it would be like to have one hundred children you'd have one hundred sets of clothing to wash one hundred blankets one hundred beds and think of all the shoes with one hundred children you would need two hundred shoes stella and lovie worked especially hard to support their new family the older kids helped out too but with so many mouths to feed it wasn't long before food began to grow scarce stehlin new something must be done one morning after a breakfast of one hundred pancakes 100 bananas and one hundred cups of milk stella pulled lovie aside lovie we must find a way to support this family please keep your eye in the children while i go out into the world to find an answer i have to figure this out she gave lovie a hug and kiss teach of her one hundred children on the cheek then she set off down the long law.