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How the Heck Did Chris Stigall Lose 90 Pounds?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:40 min | Last week

How the Heck Did Chris Stigall Lose 90 Pounds?

"Let's reach out to the man that keeps Philadelphia seen every single morning. A.m. 9 90s, the answer we call him crystal, but I'm not sure he is because I see this svelte individual is fit individual. He doesn't have the COVID extra 30 pounds. Is that really Chris? Brother, it is. It's me 90 less these days. I've got it. I'm trying to show off. I'm trying to strutting around the world. I went to a awards ceremony last night and people said, you look good. Yeah, 26 pounds. That's how good I look. And then you say yes. A small man on you like I was. I mean, I was a husky fella, you know that. You had, you know, you got what, a couple of pounds to lose. And you look great. I was, I was getting into that sort of, I don't know. You could have had a guy wires attached to me and entered me in as afloat in the Macy's day parade. I was getting that size. All right, before we talk about disgusting things like politics, let's share our happiness at what we've both done. I'm the amateur, you're the pro. I did this with amazing woman doctor Ashley Lucas at PhD weight loss and nutrition. My wife and I, 5 weeks, 26 pounds for me, 18 for her with super happy guys if you're interested, I'll give you the details later. How the hell did you lose 90 pounds, dude? I mean, I could plug him if you want me to. Yes, he's also a waiter. That's true. All right. His next doctor Rick tagg, TA GUE, doctor Rick tag at a place called the center for nutrition. And my old stomping grounds and my kind of original hometown of the Kansas City metro area. Doctor tig is spectacular. He put me on a weight loss program and I dropped 90 pounds from January to October of last

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Victoria Toensing on the Latest in the Sussmann Indictment

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:57 sec | Last month

Victoria Toensing on the Latest in the Sussmann Indictment

"We have to discuss the latest developments in the sussman indictments, the John Durham furtherance of his investigation. It seems as if mister sussman, the lawyer for the Hillary Clinton campaign, who manages to get meetings with the chief council of the FBI via text in less than 24 hours, that he doesn't have the best legal team. Because he doesn't have the best. He doesn't have the best facts. It's really hard. So when he was indicted, the one count indictment, which was 27 pages, which is unusual. They came out. The specimen team came out and said, well, maybe baker didn't have a good memory. That was the FBI guy. Or we don't think we said that. We don't remember any later testified that he actually had a client. And then all of a sudden assessment in a filing just about a week ago says, ta-da, here's the text message. You

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Sister Sledge adds family members as "Sledgendary"

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Sister Sledge adds family members as "Sledgendary"

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Eric and John Zmirak Discuss the 'Pandemic of the Aborted'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:43 min | 4 months ago

Eric and John Zmirak Discuss the 'Pandemic of the Aborted'

"Our friend Keith Quinta wrote a really good piece that you shared. He junta. Gentle pronounced junt had spelled funny GUI and TA Keith junta has been a friend for 30 years and he writes thank you for reminding me. People need to know what wine patch dot org, wine patch dot org, the blog, he wrote an article. It's an amazing article. And I hope people will get a wine patch dot org. I've shaded on social media, but go ahead. In the piece in which you can cause a pandemic of the aborted. He points out, he points to an article. We did a 5 part series at stream dot org. By Julie Kohler Rafi. She documents that the gain of function research that Anthony Fauci funded in China that created this virus entailed using organs from unborn babies. Attached to mice. Fused to mice to create these monstrous little chimera. These little human mouse monsters. That's where the COVID developed. It developed in that little half mouse half aborted baby monster that was created in the lab. And the reason that the remedies for COVID seemed to become to be easier, it's easier to make the remedies on those little more little monsters. So the COVID COVID using a baby mouse hybrid. And as a result, the cures and the treatments for it are easiest on hybrids like

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Rangers pull away in third period to beat Bruins, 5-2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Rangers pull away in third period to beat Bruins, 5-2

"Aaron's go ahead tally was the first of three third period goals for the Rangers on the way to a five to route of the Bruins put Erin tipped in a pass from Julian go TA with eight twenty five to play in the third Alexei l'avenir scored with under four minutes to play and Jacob Trouba added an empty netter to send the Rangers to their seventh win in eight games Ryan Strome opened the scoring for New York and says the team's success is a result of everyone playing their role I think it's everyone buying in on so I think it's guys realizing that on every shift is gonna be office of shift and if you get the bulk of the blinds and I'm just correct you know change

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 US warns pilots of weapon fire as war nears Ethiopia capital

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

US warns pilots of weapon fire as war nears Ethiopia capital

"Of Africa's busiest airports could be in danger pilots were warned that planes operating it bowl at ports could be struck by weapon fire from fighting the ATA because capital the advisory by the Federal Aviation Administration says the threat comes from ongoing clashes between Ethiopian forces and fighters from the northern Tigray region while CFA admit there has been no disruption so far they believe the rest to approaching and departing pains could increase if the Tigray finances and cycle the capital thousands have died in the fighting in the past year any TA pia I'm

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"ta" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"ta" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"ta" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

04:32 min | 8 months ago

"ta" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"ta" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

05:36 min | 8 months ago

"ta" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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Unqork's Head of Platform Strategy, Ken Gavranovic, on What Drew Him to Unqork

Code Story

02:45 min | 10 months ago

Unqork's Head of Platform Strategy, Ken Gavranovic, on What Drew Him to Unqork

"This is creation story at uncork uncork as a product is is the concept of enterprise software development often times different. Enterprises are building very similar software. In the second you write code. You've got maintenance and so the idea for encore was what if we can build the kind of enterprise grade building blocks so that you can build a repeatable no maintenance no dat solution and so that's kind of the fundamental course you can go in a what's the business problem trying to solve in. I'm gonna drag drop enterprise create solutions and build it and it's been amazing uncork stun prior to my arrival. You think about know in the in the middle of cove it you know. Working with new york city to deliver millions of meals to ta- customers or you think about bentley working with state so that they can innovate and deliver that relief to people. That really need it so kind of you know doing just doing good in the world and at the same time helping some of the largest enterprises around the globe build applications faster and more customer centric whether it be goldman black rock marsh. Liberty principal tremendous tremendous progress. So what i would say is to me. Uncork allows businesses to focus on their key differentiator and built quickly built enterprise applications that meet their customers needs so I've been involved in a lot of transformational things cryer jenny joining uncork iran product and engineering company called new relic which basically made sure that the internet works. Right has high quality solutions and i heard about unimportant. Where three things that really got me excited about it. You know as one. I'm a big believer. That culture matters and purposeful culture. And so i think leaders you know gary and team had really been purposeful in the culture that they were trying to do secondly something that would change the world because uncork is not only changing the way enterprises build develop maintained enterprise software but it's also making development more accessible right so not if you have the developer mindset. You could do it. And then third just a huge opportunity where i felt that the only question was who's going to drive this fundamental change in the way enterprises again maintain a build and develop software. So that's what brought me to uncork in. It's it's an exciting right. Have been here almost nine months. Now

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Benjamin Franklin Sends a Message to France With His Outfit

Now & Then

02:24 min | 10 months ago

Benjamin Franklin Sends a Message to France With His Outfit

"Is sent during the revolution he sent in seventeen seventy six to try and get french aid for the revolution which was desperately needed so he sent with a commission and before when he had got to francis he'd been there before he had dressed as a french gentleman. He writes to friend actually a female friend and says they basically in six days in france or quote him here my taylor and peru ta had transforming into a frenchman. Only what a figure. I make in a little bag and with naked ears. They told me. I was become twenty years. Younger look very gallant. So he's made into a frenchman. But now seventeen seventy six heat goes back at. Something is very different. He's dresses himself deliberately very different to send a message as he says later in a letter actually to another woman friend which is i was gonna say slip in those in there. I just noticed for the first time. He dresses in very plain clothes. Which i suppose would have been typical of a quaker in the period. He just has his own hair down street. And he's wearing a very prominent for hat which i'll bet a lot of people listening have probably in one way or another seen that image because becomes so famous and franklin wrote think how this must appear among the powdered heads of paris. I wish every gentleman and lady in france would only be so obliging is to follow my fashion cone. Their own heads as i do mine. Dismiss their frontiers. There again. kind of hairdresser and pay me half the money. They paid to them so he comes there. As the sort of plane dressed person no frill to his hair and this big for cap on his head and the french obviously notice it. It's meant to be noticed. And they say things like you. The contrast the contrast between as one noble onlooker in france puts it the contrast between the luxury of our capital of the elegance of our fashions the magnificence of versailles and the still brilliant remains of the monarchic bride of louis the fourteenth and the almost rustic apparel the powdered hair. The plane but firm demeanor the free and direct language of the

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Dawn Staley and Tara VanDerveer Push for Equity in NCAA Sports

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:48 min | 11 months ago

Dawn Staley and Tara VanDerveer Push for Equity in NCAA Sports

"It is a really great to reconnect with you. And you've been down this road. We're talking about so often right now as you were gathering information for your talking to so many of the key players that have played a role in all this afternoon. And how are you Paul it's always a pleasure. Thanks for africa for a weeks for college sports. It has been really remarkable. And i want to talk about the aspect that you wrote about this this week in the post because i thought i was reading about myself even though i was a little bit outdated for for your piece because we all start as young reporters college college sports scandal was the ticket and we finally reached a point as you write about. We're the whole thing got turned upside down. Tell us about what you learned in. In some of the people that you spoke and the conclusion that you reached. Yeah for sure. I this story i did was sort of like we all understand. You know where we are with the supreme court and obviously you know gin ta you know. Really changing sort of undermining his roles doing a complete one eighty But it's done in the past fifty years. At least out i wrote about the media angle And i think that that that's the way to sorta queue this amateurism story because you know a very long time uncovering college sports scandals you know always a really important job for a sports writer for a journalists. They gave out pulitzer prizes in nineteen eighties. When a small medium sized papers and kentucky arizona uncovered Casting given to players from

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"ta" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"ta" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Knew that it was. It had been overexposed at that point in time. People believe that was real and So i had no problem with it. Because unless you're somebody with a body type like jerry the crusher blackwell The belly to belly is pretty effective old on anybody you know because you can apply to anybody. You can lock your hands. They can find the whole and all. They continue to take their flat backs. So amazing isn't how many things ended up back bomb. Yeah you could do that. Really good to kind of move yourself along the line. Talk to me a little bit about whether or not that would work today. Not the billy bailey. But the quick fifteen second in and out way to build a guy skin. Let's establish a finnish. Let's get it over unless go home. Good that work in twenty twenty one. I don't know why would why would. Why would you think it would. Because i think you have reputation no i don't i mean i'll be honest. I thought few weeks ago on the a w pay per view that a gogo was gonna knock out cody right away. I mean i thought for sure here it comes. Here comes a big body shot. Fifteen twenty seconds into the match. And that's all she wrote But obviously that didn't happen. Cody was the better man that day. Yeah here's the thing is largely a matter of execution right. I know that maybe straddling the fence. I want to answer questions. Yes i think it would work today. Pour it to work. Today it would have to execute it properly. But i think that kind of goes along with a lot of things We it seems like those some some of those in the creative processes of pro wrestling in general globally have lost a lot of patients and they don't want to Feel uncomfortable allowing something to breathe and to grow. And i think wrestling fans love to see growth led to let things breathe. Somebody being on a winning streak. god how. how is goldberg goldberg. Oh yeah a winning streak winning streak and quickly right. Yeah so people bought it so we're would be the cutoff data. They were not going to buy that anymore. Bullshit fans going to buy. What's good if it sucks going to tell you because they know what's good and what's not good. I guess the question is why. Don't we see more of it. I don't know. I think maybe the trepidation is old. School i see is too rash on all right jealous enough. I gotta tell you learn something..

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"ta" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"ta" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"So how's he acclimating to mid south. i mean obviously. He likes the push he's giving. But he's running with the new batch of characters. And i'm sure not everybody's tickled that he has leapfrogged some of those guys along the way and he's making towns up and down the road left and right That's gonna wear anybody down. How's how's he acclimating to mid southie think main things. He has to acclimate to the travel. I think he did a pretty good job of that. But you know fatigue sit in oftentimes and the more often than not. Instead of having a systematic way of giving talents days off you notice. Most wrestling officers would ride. Just as far as you could you. Could you could be rid until you raise your hand and So sometimes towns go to bill side. I need you know the some some of the smaller clubs and you take them off those so this they could rest but travels always going to be the enemy of that territory always was and always if it was all in the same pretense or all car trips the same thing so the travel was always going to be as big as enemy and getting some time off to let his body wrist. Some things you know awful lot town. Magnum holds the state championship for five months before dropping into euro. Great close personal friend. Mr on october sixteenth lad would defeat him in a title rematch the next month and it feels like this might be magnum easing out of the territory. What are you remember about this match with. Ernie and ernie coming out victorious. Well was bills guy and my god to that matter. The booker Everything ran through cowboy. He met at everything but they did that. either daily on the phone. And then they did it with meat on tuesdays. I can sit and all those booking meetings with ernie ladd bill watts and shreveport writing those the next two nights television and Then then i would add. That was on tuesday nights or we did that. 'cause during the day on tuesday we do the interviews and talk about the interviews. Who's doing good good. Promo baw baw baw. How can we make this better. So i got to spend a lot of time. With ernie earnings say net burst of all people still believing in earning down that far the woods and he a great respect from the fan base. It'd been around forever. He was earning the big cat ladd. Who feats covers the ground. He walked saw thought a man. What do you say. I'd rather fight men and kissel baby crazy bastard. But don't so. That was our day to day on tuesday conrad Interviews from about ten until about two maybe three Food booking meeting cowboy get sleepy. Ernie wants to play dominos. So we go to my room. Alison ronan down the lower floor. Same room and we'd open the patio door so we could smoke and brother. Did we smoke. So men aren't even played dominoes. Sometimes till the middle seriously three or four in the morning and it was very competitive to say the very least. But i knew when i do my job so i get to bed because he wasn't going to leave on a downward note so somebody had to do the honors. Conrad i've ended up. I did it through. The i'm no game just to get a little bit more sleep so it was a fun fun. Time to be around magna's help make it that way because he'll make business better. We ernie was a safety net because ernie could work face in some towns the more naturally as a heel in most towns so There's a lot of ways to book. Ernie until cowboy made a decision. Who is going to be ernie successor. It's been said over the years that rick. Flair essentially became like a low key recruiter for jim crockett promotions. He's working as the world champion. He's of course living out of charlotte north carolina but the of world champion is booked all over the world so he gets to see talent far and wide and allegedly. He's responsible for helping recruit the midnight express and rock and roll express. and before. you know it even magnum. Ta is leaving to go to jim. Crockett promotions and happens not too terribly long after. Ernie ladd is victorious. D think in an again. I'm asking you to remember something from gosh forty years ago was magnum giving notice here. Something to do with ric flair. If you had to go back and pay in play. Detective probably not. I think it was re- again. There was a game plan in place at another new with rick nothing And rick the midnight express and all again all due respect to to nate. They weren't they weren't a secret. Everybody knew how good they were and everybody also knew how they were working for. The von eric's so and that was a no brainer. I mean that's i would suggest to you that probably Jcp was the designated preferred spot of a rival for midnight. Express if you ask them back in those days so you know i But rick was in a perfect position commanded and still does so much respect and he's laying is and so many great talents that abound to stick so that was a kind of a nice. Little perk kraken had a long as rick. Was the traveling champion. Rick got to give the feedback on a lot of really good talents over the years i would assume or who not to take..

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"ta" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"ta" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"You for sponsoring the podcast. The jet me up a little bit about you know the relationship you know. We've talked about the fact that at this point once and graham and everybody's getting along and blah blah blah but when you've got talent like magnum. Ta that a lot of people think man this guy can be. He could be the guy. There has to be leased. Some hurt feelings somewhere along the way when a guy like that is moving from territory to territory is. They're not or is there always the hope that well it's just temporary. He'll be back well. Yeah it was all planned out. I mean he was. He wasn't surprised that we got to oklahoma while the word you're going to stay here now. I mean. in terms of eighty graham was eighty like oh frustrated or disappointed was done with him. Okay and and eddie may not have seen the magic magnum. Ta that that others did not saying he didn't but he he made magnum expendable and won't have somewhere for him to go and dusty in. Jim crockett or not ready to take him he. They didn't think he was ready or their level at that time and so and cowboy had it a little different. Coaching style is a little bit different of a teacher and a mentor. And all those things so the plan was all along. You know we're gonna get this great kid. He's been trained. Down there. With eddie and eddie and anyone susser taking but i don't think he's ready for us. I thought maybe you could help him. And cowboy again had familiarity with material. So hell yeah. Let me get my hands on it. And see if i can help you learn with you. Thanks put them with veteran heels that know how to delete him. How can tell the story so it was. It was always that was always a strategy. Maybe the only thing that wasn't Nailed down conrad was when magma will be returning right but we always knew that we'd have at least six weeks to do to prepare for his departure and probably more but honestly so. That's how that worked out because you know you keep the walls of relationships with the company. Magnum comes in here because big star elise bigger star so when he comes back to our territory for a special one night deal of dick show or something christmas night or whatever it may be. He'll serve body so that's kind of how that win. It's a different mindset. And you know your age. You're young guy you're living in a different mindset. Is harsh. wrestling is concerned that it used to be back in the in the proverbial a. So let's talk a little bit about andre. the giant. The story is supposedly andre the giant as the guy who combines the magnum name with the initials of his. Real name terry allen. Do you remember hearing that that. Maybe andre would be the guy because it's fascinating like when you talk to a guy like arn anderson and he says man. Junkyard dog is the one who suggested that. I looked like all the anderson and then of course when he met ole he had heard. Hey they got a guy coming in who looks just like you. I'll be damned. You do look like me now. Your name is aren't and toda anderson's born it's fascinating to me that j. wadi named all anderson and perhaps andre the giant named magnum ta. You know. i don't have. I don't know the answer. That is it possible. Heck yes possible because obviously when andrea spoken by lists of course he was the boss so i don't know the exact opposite. I'll tell you this sunday if you've ever talked to the cowboy. Here's your answer. Yeah he'll know 'cause he really spent a lot of time olding and managing magnum keep him to only let him do things he was good at doing and did not overbooking. Somebody's gonna eat him alive to get themselves old stock a little bit about the performer magnum. Ta a lot of our younger listeners. Who grew up with you on their attitude era. Wwf monday night raw shows. They never really got to see magnum. And you've described. He's a good looking handsome kid. He wasn't shaving his body It wasn't trying to go with that bodybuilder. Look everybody else had in terms of being sleek but he did have the thick. Tom selleck style mustache very popular with the ladies at the time but as far as his promos in his work could you describe him and maybe makes them I don't know characterizations to more modern talent that some of our younger listeners may be familiar with like oh. We wrestled a little bit like this guy. Komo's like that guy type of thing i got. You're not talking to silver. Yeah we'll ramos junior thank i'm trying to think in today's world He was a people would say he was a rough baby face because his body was not in the tradition traditional. they'd be facing mold. You know everybody had to be hairless and all that stuff which he reminds me now a little bit of a of a mock they just that he can wrestle but he chooses to fight more off magnums delirium. His interviews was very intense and very focused and I think that's kind of like his work. Intense and focused. He had that intensity that a stone co-head as far as having the passion and makes you believe that he came to buy it came to represent us whether he's gonna say it or not and this guy's star but he every intangible in every generation that i've been a part of conrad since the seventies He would check the boxes. will it work. Maybe face or he'll work with anybody You.

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"How Smart Is Your QB?" with Dr. Scott Goldman - Ep052 - burst 1

The Sportscaster and Her Son

01:21 min | 1 year ago

"How Smart Is Your QB?" with Dr. Scott Goldman - Ep052 - burst 1

"There are a handful of people who scored really whelming a i q at the quarterback position that are being very successful. And there's a handful of quarterbacks at scored really low on the ad cue that have yet to find their success. Wow not predictive. But i think it's contributory because for example one of our one of the abilities that we measure is the ability to download and recall information and for those that have worked in football footballer professional football pre-season installs or oh ta in talk off season installs. That's that's a complicated playbook right and then you have weekly installs where you kind of augmentin twist All the stuff that you went out reviewed over the season. So i think as an example a quarterback's ability to master and learn the playbook and all of the details and nuances and then to be able to completely kinda wipe the board somewhat clean and then rewrite it for every week That pretty hard task. And we're noticing that people who score high on that tend to be very successful quarterbacks and people who struggle on that have yet to produce that kind of outcome

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Ta Obreht Reads Thomas McGuane

The New Yorker: Fiction

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Ta Obreht Reads Thomas McGuane

"This is the new yorker fiction podcast from the new yorker magazine. I'm deborah tradesman fiction editor at the new yorker each month. We invite a writer to choose a story from the magazine's archives to read and discuss this month. We're going to hear gallatin canyon by thomas mccain which was published in the new yorker in january two thousand three. The road stretched before me like an arrow. There was only enough. That left before rigby for me to say perhaps involuntarily. I wonder if we should just get married. Louise quickly looked away. The story was chosen by oprah who is the author of two novels the tigers wife and inland. Hi hi deborah. So you said when we first talked about doing podcast episode that you wanted to read a western story. Why was that. I think that there's a a renewed interest in literature of the west and also by authors. Who hail from the west and the story. I think is so deeply rooted in landscape and space in a certain kind of mentality of the mountain west which it both honors excoriates i am. I've loved the story. Ever since. I first read it and it just feels very emblematic of the space to me. Now when the story came out in two thousand three or a teenager. Did you read it. Then i did not. I'm ashamed to say. I read it some years but i did read it before i became a resident of the mountain west myself and i certainly think it shaped the way i thought about the area. Have you been a longtime reader of maclean's work. I would say that. I've been reading his work for almost the entire duration of my quote unquote literary life. A friend of mine. Who is a huge fan of his work and introduced me to it and I mean there's such range in his stories in his novels there's so much. Discover with mclean. Always

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Chatbot Message Strategy That Converts With Mark Bryson

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Chatbot Message Strategy That Converts With Mark Bryson

"I am joined once again by mark bryson. How you doing man today. I'm doing good. I'm glad to have you back on So today we're gonna talk about you. Know how d- right great. Cta's for live chat for chat bots for sales and marketing to get people engaged in in you and your team to a lot of work with that but for those those people that don't know who you are and what you do like. Just tell us a little bit. I'm like you said my name's mark handy run the consulting team here at chat funnel so that means i help People are our clients implement chat bots to help them achieve some of their sales and marketing goals. We engage their site visitors and helped convert them into conversations eventually leading to demos Meetings and another engagement goals go you guys do great job to So like. I said we're gonna talk about. Cta's how do you ride a good see ta For for live chat for a chat get people engaged so I'm just gonna turn it over to you. They'll let you talk about you. Know what's the team's general philosophy when it comes to to writing good. Cta's yeah thanks So we wanna make them as humanly possible is the first thing you know. People kind of the old school way of a building. A bomb was without much thought into making it an enjoyable experience for people and People made him very robotic We want people to feel connected to it and similar to they do when you're chatting with a person of text on your phone or other other application We like to match the c. T. a. to the messaging tone of the site using similar acronyms. Similar technical verbiage Maybe they're more slang. Maybe they're more professional Trying to to be in sync with the other language that the marketing team is using.

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A conversation on content and language

Brighter Thinking Pod

02:18 min | 1 year ago

A conversation on content and language

"We want to start this episode by getting to know our guests a little more. I have quite an interesting question here. That i've asked allie and d to think about so the question is how did you become interested in supporting subject teachers with english. Language needs of the students. How does this relate to your current work alley. Would you like to start. Yes so longtime gay back in two thousand and three. I became a substitute as lots of efl and temple teachers become and that was when i really became passionate about teaching teachers realize impact. You can have if you are training and developing teachers. And then if he is later. I was the head of a language school for the bell educational trust. That was down in kent in a place who bej bring a huge forest and in this forest. I was out of the language school on the same site. There was an international school. And so i also live manage the english teachers there and their role was quite different as it to. We didn't realize that to start with everyone was doing the same thing. And then through observations of subject teachers and the english teachers in the international school. I and the team realized that what was students at the international school needed was quite different. From what the students language score needed and so together we researching to kill some research into what those students who needed to help them. In their subject lessons the english language teachers really canes help to help skill the subject teachers however one thing that really fascinated me and something love encountered in most of the schools i worked actually was was a resistance to this change and whether it comes from people being concerned they don't know grammar enough confident enough in language themselves but it was something that really touched me and because i really feel so much to be learned from both sides and english language teachers and from subject teachers and yet there wasn't this cross pollination going on so after that i did my key ta i realized quite quickly seemed to be happening. Was that if you if you're not a qualified teacher. Actually teachers can be quite resistant to listen to a open. Maybe to hearing what you have to

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Following criticism from lawmakers, MBTA says it will accelerate plans to restore service in Boston

WBZ Overnight News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Following criticism from lawmakers, MBTA says it will accelerate plans to restore service in Boston

"Figure out how to continue their education. As the MB ta plans have returned to full service Busses and cut roots are a sticking point. As we hear from WBC's Karen Regal as the MB TA promises to return to full service as fast as possible. Team management is being pressed to restore cut bus routes and accelerate service. There's a reason that's hard right now, explains Mbita. Assistant general manager Jeff Gonna bill because Adbusters. You have to have drivers and the tea can't hold training classes right now because pandemic So if you begin thinking about the hiring process, the training process getting people to the point where they are fully start ified. In driving a bus for us and picking up

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MBTA Extends Shuttle Service On Orange Line After Boston Derailment

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

MBTA Extends Shuttle Service On Orange Line After Boston Derailment

"MB Ta says service will now stay suspended on the Orange Line until April. 11th shuttle Busses will keep running as they have been between Sullivan Square and Oak Grove again. The rest of the line is running. Okay, but it's this stretch here where you will have to take a shuttle bus. Course crews have been out there doing repairs since last week when the train derailed right by Wellington Station. Workers still have to replace the track crossover where this happened, and they also have to replace track on both sides of the station platform. By the way, investigators say, they still don't know what exactly caused that derailment. Alright, 6 33 as promised. Let's go back to the highways now in traffic

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The Microsoft Exchange hacks: How they started and where we are

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

03:05 min | 1 year ago

The Microsoft Exchange hacks: How they started and where we are

"How i navigated getting a job weaves atlassian And for those might not know. Atlassian is i- unicorn. Australian a tech company Very prominent so The set of mondale. So it's a great article and the the international women's day very much. Appreciate alice's tom coming on today. Today's insides alice. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me great now. You wrote an article a post on link theme that grabbed my gives. You mind tanna Kudos for that because she locked it in It was tomorrow attention on lincoln. obviously And i think it's really important to share. Obviously this is part of international. Women's was trying to align with that. But there's a lot here so the unpack May be stop with how. I never got a getting a job. We've atlassian and sort of what motivated j. It's your story i. Ta joe The joke with atlassian. Clay was really about knowing their products having used them in the past saying the role come up having an israeli and check unical unicorn and their security journey as well. I was absolutely intrigued at to. What a software company Looks like in terms of their internal security and win these role popped up. It was actually in my group. That i'm hot. On linked in close trailing women insecurity network. I'm one of the league's over and so it was part of that group. That is on the job bro. Papa with. I was so excited as like music is a new role. It's a new tame as. I think i can do this. I think this would be one of those positions where i really make an impact in had value quickly being relatively new. Come up show you the security industry very good and it's there's a lot i mean. We won't even go into the we try to avoid the story of atlassian is that's a big big story. I'm pack their bags up new offices in in in sydney here as well i is that the wanting for you at all. Was that not a consideration. It was the atlassian story. Or were you thinking of getting out of it and coming to the east coast anyway. Well you have have. We accurate about the roughness island A stubby holder up the top there that there for my memory is being assessed boy but yes so. You're prepared to to move to this. This role yeah. I was one of the considerations that i had to tie it with a roll off in in sydney as things have evolved and his new project internally detained anywhere where our workforce of nearly five thousand across so many different times irons and There might working has really embedded ange. Now go to foam last how that can work and what best. It's really focused on the team. Coming together

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How to Use Clubhouse with Monique Howard

The Voicebot Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

How to Use Clubhouse with Monique Howard

"Coward. Welcome to the voice by podcast. Hi thank you brett fridge. Finding me here yeah. I'm excited have you. So i've noticed that you have been very active on clubhouse. I'm looking forward to getting your perspective on it but before we get into that. Why don't you tell the listeners. A little bit about you and your role in the voice industry great so i am the ceo and founder of smart goals. And what we do. Is we create voice apps in the tech space specifically geared toward helping the supporting kids with social emotional learning conversations skills. So we've been doing that. We actually got into it around right before the pandemic on a small team of women got together on very focused. And we're really intentional. When we create those apps because we think about things like fine motor skills. We think about things like reciprocal communication and we think about things like building vocabulary. So it really really intention. We create the apps. That's amazing it's like voice tech- for good yes. Yes yes yes. So we are really excited about it. we partner with schools as well as non profits to kind of get those Apps within the to to the kids who have been need them the most and the one thing that we find that they're fun right. They don't really know that they're learning. So i was really really fun and then it also gives something different from just looking at a screen all day of pink playing a computer game so the people that we partner with a really excited about goes apps created. Yeah what time to launch it is. Everyone is remote learning from home. Now they're looking for tools precisely like what you're offering exactly in the big thing about it. Is that his exposure for us. We understand that yes. Most people have a device on. But they're only using it the weather or directions or to order something and so this exposes the kids to something different especially for those in underserved community who may not have a device at home it gives them extra exposure to understand it. Hey this is something that i can do. Which has led us to start creating courses or classes for young kids so that not only they're exposed to it but also learn how to create apps of their own great all right so i'm really glad to have that background. I'm sure there's you've piqued the interest of a lot of listeners. Who are probably going to check out some articles which will get into it at the end. We'll give give everybody to see. Ta that they can go and check it out today. We're talking about clubhouse. I would say we're clubhouse friends. We've been at a lot of room together. We spoke together on which has been great because we didn't really have any interaction before that maybe a couple of times twitter or something like that but We hadn't had a chance to formally so this is extending it further. We're at the podcast together. I would say someone in the voice industry. Why don't you start out by telling us a little bit about when you joined and what your first experiences were on the on the network so i joined in november. Maybe kind of late november noel. Silver is actually invited me so she myself and another friend of ours. We actually met at the conference in new jersey. The first voice conference there. So that's where we met and we kept in touch on Motive exactly And so that's where we met. She invited myself. And another lady denise to the platform my initial experience was that it was a great place for really rich conversation. So i can just bounce from room to room here with people are saying and joining i likes. I really really enjoy the fact that i can either be just a listener and just soak all the information or i can actually be involved in the conversation and i think that's the point that we miss a lot in that when we're listening you we love podcast but we would love to acts that person who's leading the podcasts or the host to just ask one question so that was the big thing for me and besides not having to get on video all the time so it's always a great bonus but my first day was like a twenty four hour marathon twenty four hours twelve or twelve hour marathon just really feeling the full of a voice what clubhouse actually causes people to feel and But then i kind of sell the into. Where the niche did i wanted to actually start participating in which was tech. I'm still around businesses startups. And so those were the main room said i really gravitated to so it. Sounds like you started out mostly as a listener but you've become increasingly more active. And i think you're you're hosting rooms now. So what did you talk about what your evolution was like. Why you sort of moved to where you are today and how you're using it today. Yes so that was one of our goals would know out in these night got onto. The platform is to educate bis small businesses about voice So obviously we had to get acclimated to the environment. What was going on. But we quickly schedule rome every friday at two central to just have it introduction to 'em where we saw amazon alexa right just as most people know about that missile. We hosted those roads every friday little small sided with a small group than it grew a little bit larger. We don't have large I would say has gotten large over time. But it's not like hundreds and hundreds of people but we often get a lot of people who kinda combat time after time

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Pokemon community divided over Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl’s graphics

Nerd On! The Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Pokemon community divided over Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl’s graphics

"Pok mon everywhere. It's focus on the first. One is the pokemon legends. Look at all. This is legend arkadiusz. Our our kids. Yes and it's an open world. Rpg that we've been driver out for as. Tom said ten years fifteen years easy ever since the game cube came out. I would say like pokemon stadium. i think. Yeah that's what. I'm saying like the first three games came out and that wasn't like immediately after red blue. Yeah we five years. It's only been twenty five years guys. Yeah that's only been twenty four years. It's it's a free cau- to every single pokemon game that's ever happened in the snow and the snow snow area. You're getting these steam punk wooden proto balls. They're called to catch pokemon and you're literally out there in the grass sneaking up on pok mon two toss and catch. That'll be fine and then the one. I'm very excited for as well as we're getting a remake of diamond and pearl called brilliant diamond and shining shiny shiny. Is it shining shining pearl. Thank you which. I was in the digital green room talking about how. That's probably i mean. Obviously red and blue pave the way. But man i spent i think i sold my parole game somewhere. There's like four hundred five hundred plus hours on that on a little game. So i'm going to be getting that day one. I'm a pearl guy all day. I love me that pollock but it looks really cool. I want to add one. Quick thing about pok mon arcus and i made it apparent on social media all mad that jif is pronounced jeff. I'm still mad. That arche is is arthritis. I can see. That's it's but. I will say that game. I think is going to live and die by. It's how well you move in the area the poco on catch ability and the battle system. If one of those things are not good. Well it looks like it's still turn based battles which is fine but and like if it doesn't look great it's going to be really boring and stale. Yeah and showed a showed in the video showed a pokemon using what looked like tackle. They're actually hitting each other now. Which is like we haven't well. Yeah that's what. i'm saying. The battle animation. If the battle is just gonna be really boring. That's that's what a lot of hardcore poem on like fans get upset with the newer games because the battle emmissions. Don't get better when you have games like pauken tournament. And you're like you do this you can do it. Yeah excited for those coming to the switch Signed me up for both but man pearl my heart. Strings were plucked. When i saw that. I zoom in on the old they zoom in on the original and then it starts up with that like loading. Obviously i've seen that screen for five hundred hours and it was just like it's

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"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

"Minority women. Oh and key sleep we have to sleep home! notice This generation is team no sleep. I sleep when I'm dead. And you know just go go go. I have recently with my retirement learned how impactful sleep is because I was on that train of like do all the things and really doing nothing when you look at it. I I am so glad you touched on how important sleep is and also water intake. I think that just proper hydration is also something that we're missing the mark on. You think about how your body has to function how all of our organs need water to thrive you worried about your taste buds. And I don't like how water taste but do you know that you are like your heart needs water your lungs need water our whole bodies need it . G et you a pretty bottle off of Amazon WATER COSTS US NOTHING . Nothing else hydrate hydrate hydrate all day. You know, it's good for the organs its good for the skin . its good for the hair You're right. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. You're right. Right. So the big thing now is self-care. I hear a lot of conversations about self-care self-care, you know, I am seeing facial massages trips, but don't care could just be doing nothing. Yes, just relaxing drinking your water getting you know, Getting your sleep eight to ten hours minding your business, but overall provision is anything that is related to early detection is absolutely imperative in the medical field dont be afraid of the mammogram its uncomfortable. But like you said, you know, we bear children we have children. There are things that are way more painful. It is a very quick exam. It doesn't move along and your breasts actually do get a rest. Awesome. Thank you! Sheer Squad with this being October. There are so many people , providers and places that you can go for free screening in the event that you don't have a primary care doctor if this conversation with Brandy has like heightened your interest because she has given us our lives and let us know where we have dropped the ball and I want you guys to make sure that you check out the show notes for resources. I am going to compile some places that you guys can check out if you are looking to get a screening not just this month, but overall this is something that is very very important and we Absolutely have the opportunity to do what Brandie said and move the needle in another direction that tells a different story from black being the highest or most often losing their lives to breast cancer. So I really really really appreciate you for coming on for sharing this information and for just having a heart for people as a whole but for your people, I would love to have you back you are just a wealth of knowledge at these conversations are absolutely necessary start talking about the tatas with your friends. Your family member its a necessary in conversation and it could save lives. So I will chat with you guys next week check out the show notes, and if you would like to connect with Me outside of podcast check me out on Instagram. All of my links are in the show notes. I look forward to chatting with you guys. Very soon. Keep living keep learning and most importantly keep loving! Bye buy home.

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"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

"The premise is behind the chemicals that are found in deodorant. Okay. Now where there are chemical that or anti-perspirant, you know different things we put on our body that can enter the skin and that may can cause damage. None of it does the research doesn't support it being linked to cancer cells. So this $8 aluminum-free smells like nothing deodorant that my husband keeps wanting me to use I can I can now tell him that my Secret that smells like flowers and rose gardens is to use. Yeah, please tell your husband and I shall I shall and I'll save that $4 extra dollars from Brand I shall not mention , which I will not insert here and see what else I've heard same thing with underwire bras . You know, I hear people say if you wear and under wire bra because of the wire it can increase your risk for breast cancer. That's not true. I've actually heard and been concerned about it. Yeah. Yeah. They press I've heard that it presses on a lymph node or something and can like overstimulate. Yes, so here's the thing with myths and this is not me denying that there aren't chemicals out there that can cause change or there aren't products out there that can cause changes but when you talk about a link to cancer and cancer-causing cells, you know, it's just not supported. Oh good. We should we or do I support a very holistic and homeopathic regiment absolute. but to support supplements and all these things is just not true. You know, the biggest myth I hear is the phone putting the phone in your bra, you know, a lot of us. I feel do that. I still put on a bra and radiation something right radiation. Absolutely and I have an aunt had breast cancer and every time she sees me with my phone and my bra she just take it out and I always say auntie it's okay. It spark something for her shall not sit by yes. Yes. So that's the thing is myths. You can do everything right we can try to do everything right and we can still be diagnosed with not just cancer and breast cancer but diabetes, hypertension. Okay. I promote a holistic health. I promote physical activity. I promote tobacco cessation limiting alcohol eating healthy. All of these things they improve quality of life and they help decrease our risk factors and knowing your family history is so important because if you know your family history is just kinda of gives us a one up to try to prevent, you know cancers or any other illnesses. So it's just very very important. Yeah. Absolutely. Oh I have learned. Yes, I have learned quite a bit about myths and oh another myth that I wanted to make sure we made public is that men don't get breast cancer and men and absolutely do get breast cancer. Yes men are can be diagnosed with breast cancer. Good one good one good ones. Yes, man can be diagnosed with breast cancer usually in the pectoralis muscle which is just that chest muscle and that one we love, you know, don't want to just look glistening when it off for me it is so shea butter, upon it right absolutely, but they have amounts of breast tissue. So the number that are lower compared to women are like 23 to 2,500 a year and about, you know, little little over four hundred, you know can be severely infected and die from it, but men can get breast cancer. Absolutely. Yeah, so usually it's not yes. Yes. We're getting rid of it man. You can't have breast cancer as well. Absolutely. Okay. So you talked about just your approach to not just people who may be dealing with cancer. But just to your patients as a whole any tips best practices or just habits for life that you would suggest specifically because we're talking about the tatas, but what if some things that you would like to see more my first and foremost which I mentioned a little bit is literacy. I think this is a great way to raise topics about various health conditions that have women so we can talk about it. We can dispel myths you can ask questions and just feel more comfortable talking to someone who you can relate to so literacy is very important just really understanding your body and knowing your body. Another thing is Conversations among friends and family. Advocacy is huge. Okay, and those two things are very big to me because we cross once we cross those barriers of the discussion, then we can get everything else. You know, I promote a lot of physical activity among my women very good vaginal Health. That's another thing breast health and one thing over all, which is a totally different podcast but GI Health GI health is important . There's a new emerging field called functional medicine and it touches and in research has a lot about how the gut is related to inflammation. So overall, you know, we had these anti-inflammatory diets or alkaline diets or organic diet. So just kind of takes all of that information and it it tries to correlate it with us overall birth. Hormones are moved everything is highly affected. So if I had to sum up in a nutshell us overall, I would say be consistent with your doctor's visits home, you know be consistent when it's time with your preventive screenings your Pap Smear the mammogram the colonoscopy be pay attention to your body. Don't be afraid to ask questions as I mentioned earlier ain't nothing wrong with a burger every now and then but I think it's best that we try to decrease risk factors, you know obesity. Yeah hypertension diabetes, you know, no one is saying go out and spend cause food is expensive. Trust me. I know and you know really about choice is about choice that you can there are so many ways to make food healthier at home, you know, I work in a community where a lot

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"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

"It hang behind the head on the shoulder and just kind of perform a circular pattern around the whole breast nipple and sometimes women will feel something some kind of will not around cycle time. It varies just because your hormones are high and low so for the breast hormones very active. So, you know do it towards I would say do it towards the end of the menstrual cycle. And if you do it towards the beginning, that's okay too because you can notice the change but don't worry during that time because of the hormones the breasts to change. Okay, so do it towards more towards the end or you can just be randomly. You know, you get out the shower one day looking in the mirror and you just rub, you know, some women have came in and said I laid down and I was playing with my kids and boom. I noticed a lump or something. It's so Random . So the biggest thing is knowledge of your breath and having good knowledge of your breath is always keep so self-breast exams. I definitely recommend them but like I say, you know your breath so, you know changing and notice changes and when you have those changes that's when you come in and you call your provider and you have that conversation. Absolutely. Okay. I'm going to be more adamant. How often put it on my calendar when stuff gets on my calendar. Absolutely. Okay. So we talked about family history of breast cancer and Cancers and general. I actually just paid attention to when you said not just breast cancer, but also cancer in your family in general is something to be mindful of what should you do different if you have a history of family history of cancer. Okay. So first thing is I want to touch on breast cancer in young women, which is more common than people actually know and before I even became a provider I worked in cancer and I did not I just be honest. Like I did not understand the magnitude of young women under forty being affected by breast cancer. And if we think about it, I'm under forty some of our concerns are a little bit different than women over forty, you know research and I studied in myself like, you know, we care about our hair and our faith in our breath. You also have women who don't have children when they both had children all those are concerns and they affect resilience. Now, we are very resilient, you know them, but those things the resilience actually causes people to live, you know, which we're going to talk about myths we're going to talk about myths later, but it's about For instance about support. So when you talk about cancer in young women we experience because I'm thirty-six. I'll be thirty-seven but we experience something a little bit different than women over 50, you know, our concerns are a little bit different just because we are younger and you do have women who don't have children. You have women who have children and they want to have more children, you know, and like I said a appearance is is is huge. So those are conversations that we have as friends, you know that was ever to happen. Some of us have like breast parties. Okay girls and we talked about the tatas oh wow! G etting back to yes girls so fun, especially in the month of October, you know, it's support it's all about support. Absolutely. Even if you have not been diagnosed, we all know someone who has cancer know I can't for history is important because they they're Representatives that can be used to detect early. So not just the breast not just a mammogram but pap smears. Absolutely. PAP smears is a way to detect cervical cancer or precancerous very early because there is a difference now you talk about your faith in that population colonoscopy, but one thing I say about health younger and younger men and women are being affected by cancer. So it's important to know family history about cancer so that you can we can at least educate ourselves or be more aware of the signs and symptoms to look for and I think health literacy is very important when it comes to me as a provider. provider. I love when my patients come in or with family and we can talk and you understand I'm all about teaching so you can go to your provider and ask appropriate questions about cancer so that you can get the appropriate testing. So it's good to know so you can educate yourself and at least advocate for your own health. Absolutely. Absolutely. So what about the myths? You know where it on the street and somebody told somebody and I remember that game that you play in the grade school where I tell you something by the time it gets to the other side of the classroom. It is a totally concocted story. So are there some just like ridiculous myths that you have heard or you want to just dispell while we have people's attention about the tatas. Yes, there are so one that I hear a lot

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"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

"Be transparent. So when I have my first name that I am I'm a little nervous because it is uncomfortable and although I'm in the medical field. I'm still human and I'm a woman and my breasts is sensitive as well. And so the people are usually really nice, you know, they you go in you get undressed ask all of same same questions and then they show you this one little machine. I mean, it's big in retrospect, but it's a little machine and it's like your face off. Are you facing you have to look the other way and then you literally lift your entire breast up and you play some of the machine. Okay, once you place your breasts on the machine is usually only three photos but it's a few different angles. Okay, and the most important thing is to include the chest wall. So yes, my lovey lovey women was smaller breasts wage takes a little bit extra work because we have to get the chest wall. But the most it is is uncomfortable. It is not painful and timewise, how long does it take over all ? When I a mammogram takes 20 and a mammogram does not take long at all. You are in and out. We actually not to wear deodorant. you know, if so cute because we have all of these slogans. I stay here because I care they the tatas, you know, and when you go to the radio radiology department now we put l ittle covers on your nipples and you go in takes about 20 minutes and usually the results you get the results back a couple of days. They usually just varies on how fast your health system the radiologist reads your scan and that's it. Yeah, and that's it. So its not as bad as people think well, I guess it depends on if you're apart of 80 Itty Bitty Titty Committee or you know you out here just shaking and baking whether or not you know you a little bit concerned. I am concerned but at the same time I know that it is necessary. So it's just like girl you have let whole human people come out of your vajayjay. You can smash your breasts in the machine for twenty minutes and how important is early detection? In the event that someone does, you know have an abnormal mammogram. Is it worth going through all of that? Yes one hundred percent. It is worth going through all of that and let me just say too like for my all my itty bitty titty girls. The machine is only like ten seconds per picture. So once I've finished then you take your breath out and it gets the rest so you don't have to keep it smashed there and it be uncomfortable but it's one hundred percent absolutely necessary and it is absolutely worth it. I'm sure all of us know people who are affected by not just breast cancer but cancer in general and although black and white women we breast cancer is detected the same black women usually die from it the most and that's because fear I mean that's a whole nother podcast for a week talk about access and barriers, but it's absolutely necessary and worth it to be screened early detection is key and prevention is key. One of the reasons why minorities die the most is because we catch breast cancer so late. And so sometimes we catch you too late and they have spread or moved around to places where it's harder to treat. So the earlier the better, you know, we can catch an abnormal tumor or cell that we can you know, they are confined in a little one specific area of your breasts that is much better . So I am an advocate and I tell all my patients off soon as they hit forty years old. It's time for your mammogram. You know, you have to get it done. I'm very call so and so and so make sure they got it even my friends and family you get your mammogram I turn into a little stalker because it's very important. And then once you get that mammogram if if you need another mammogram sooner than the recommended time that's also important as well. So after your 40th, so depending on depending on what they find and depending on the guidelines that They follow so you have like the American College of breast surgeons. You have the United States Preventive Services Task Force all these are organizations that provide guidelines for framing some organizations. They every year some organizations say every two years some organizations. They don't start until 50. We are screening at 40 . And so if you have a normal mammogram, it is recommended every year the most common guideline is to have a mammogram every year. Abnormal normal mammograms those the Imaging will will depend on the abnormality. So that's specific to the person. Yeah. I'm curious about people who are younger than 40 because we absolutely know that people may have had cancer in their family and are not forty yet. Can we talk? A little bit about self exams and just how that goes and you probably need to go in a little bit because I don't think that we know how important it could be to detect something or to even see your breasts to look at your breasts so that you know that there are changes or abnormalities. So self-exams. Let's let's get the tea on that so, okay. Well first personal question, do you perform self-exams Bran? I do I do probably not as regularly as I should because it would be a monthly thing. That's how my brain would trigger like around Cycle time sometimes I forget but yes, I'll say yes, but your fussing if you fussing your ffussing at me too.You're fussing at Itty Bitty Titty erratic Self-exam Brandy too. This is a brandIe fussing. So and of course. You actually made a really good point some women who don't have mental menstrual cycles. Sometimes things just don't trigger. Okay, so that is so common. So many women say that like back. I'll just be or Brandie just be honest. I just forget but I do perform these exams. So I must say that, you know your breath, right? So a lot of times women who come into your clinic they'll tell me what's wrong. Why because you're familiar, which our body no one knows your body better than you know one knows your breasts rather than you you spend time job. Y our whole life. We spend time with our breast of our whole life. So as far as self-breast exams, those are very important. Yes, I recommend that women do it monthly but you could do it standing up in the mirror. You can do it in the shower. You can perform a breast exam lying down and most of the signs you'll see you again. We'll say okay, whatever breast you're examining take your right arm, let it

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"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"ta" Discussed on THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

"Hey, hey, welcome back Sheer Squad 2 episode 7 of the Sheer Resilience podcast. I hope that you all are doing amazing, as amazing as you can be given all we are dealing with in this world sending out a huge hug from the top of this episode because you know life gets real life. So let's go right into the dope things that I am digging this week. I could not wait to share this with you all so, you know in a previous episode I shared with you guys about my retirement from my twenty years nearly behind the chair as a hairstylist. So I am learning to navigate the space of life outside of the salon and this dope thing that I am digging right now has been clutch in helping me rewire my brain to priortize more self-care and slowing down a bit and this is the LA . This is a sister that that I ran across on YouTube who is a Los Angeles-based esthetician and she is like a guru for skin. I have been binging her videos and just learning about the why behind why we do some of the rituals in regards to skincare. I am rounding the corner of leaving my thirties. So I am being very mindful of the things that I need to do to keep this. Melanin Poppin if you understand what I'm saying, and the LA beautyologist gives me the keys and, I like the fact that it's the key. So what I should be doing and what I should be using to keep my skin at its best, but I always thought Understand the why and as someone who is very well-versed in Beauty. I thrive on knowing. Okay. Yeah. This is what I should be using. But why should I be using then? What's the benefit and she gives me all of that. So I would love for you guys. If you are interested in skin care and specifically the skin care of melanated skin because we all know that there are differences in the way our skin p ops & other skin pops. If you are interested in developing a self-care regimen that includes your skin you're curious about how to care for your skin as the seasons' change and all of that good stuff. Then I really suggest that you guys head over to the show notes and check out the La beauty. I'll just I'll make sure that I have her page link there so that y'all can get some of this good old skincare ea that I am absorbing that's the dope thing that I am digging this week and now for The episode! I so excited to introduce you guys to our guests for today. So, you know, if you heard episode 6, I ended off letting you guys know that we were having a conversation about the tatas today. It's October which is breast cancer awareness month and I wanted to check in with you guys about our health. So today we are joined by Brandie Yancey. She is a certified physical assistant and a certified health education specialist. It was important to me to bring Brandy and to chat with us on this topic because she is so passionate about advocating for underserved populations. She's also worked with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention on a national breast and cervical cancer early detection program without further Ado. Let's get into my conversation with Brandie and see them. out the Tata ask Hey family, what's up? Everybody? I am excited and talking about the tatas Yes around here. The family is called Shear Squad. So you are officially a part of the sheer Squad. Welcome welcome and thank you Brandy for you know joining me today so that we can have this very relevant conversation. So this is October ladies and we know that in October, we recognize and celebrate the champions of breast cancer. I looked up in this just blew my mind the statistic about breast cancer. I saw that one in eight U.S women will develop breast cancer over the course of her life time. Now this month is this not even the entire world. So it just helps to enforce how important this is right? Let's start from the top a lot of times people. Struggle wrapping their mind around the precautions the mammogram actually going to get their breasts checked. So I want it to have you talk a little bit about just the process of mammograms. I will be having one in next year. It'll be my fortieth . So this will be the time where I get mine smashed into the machine. But for those of us who have not done it yet have been reluctant or for whatever reason talk to us a little bit about the procedure and why mammograms are important Mammograms or first thing first mammograms are important because they are used to detect tumors mammograms is the modality used to do what we call prevent breast cancer. So what happens is you like Brandy will be forty next year. She'll go in and she'll say okay. You know nurse practitioner physician assistant. It's about that time. I need to make sure my tatas are okay. What do I need to do to get a mammogram and then we will usually ask about family history we ask about any kind of breast changes. So those breasts changes would be have you noticed any nipple discharge or any skin changes like the redness is or thickening or swelling of certain parts of your breast is the skin dry or flaky or have you noticed dimpling in the breasts or do you think Your size has changed, you know, most women some breasts are you know one breasts are bigger than the other one breast is bigger than other some women have natural changes in the nipples and it all she not not mean breast cancer, but we just really like to have an extensive Conversation Piece about the breast because it's very very important. We asked about you know, if you are at home checking your breaks or have you noticed any lumps or concerns, that's all physical that we asked about when it comes to family history. Usually this is a little tough because most of us don't know our family history. Okay, so we asked questions such as has any specifically mom or Aunt or cousin been diagnosed. Not only with just breast cancer. But any kind of cancer.Once you reach the age of forty and up, okay, we classify you lower risk, high-risk medium risk and we say, okay. I'm going to order the mammogram. And you're going to go to the hospital or whatever Clinic that particular health system uses and you are going to obtain a mammogram. Now, I must say I have had three mammograms. Okay and most women say are they uncomfortable and let me just be honest. They are and often women with much smaller breast is often very uncomfortable. Okay. Well, we're way to give me prepared me and my little tatas , so and I'll be transparent.

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"ta" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"ta" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Tallahassee welcome back to the podcasts what numbers this? ? Number seven. . I think it might have been six. . It's crazy. . I can't even remember it used to be when we did a new one I would go back and listen to the old one. . To See what we talked about before make sure no repeat myself. . I just can't do it anymore. . I can't listen to six. . An, , our audio. . Preparation, , so I gotta go off my <hes>. . My Memories. . Yeah. . It's been a lot. . It's been a lot <hes>. . I WanNa say I feel very fortunate. . I feel honored really that you are willing to have this conversation because I know you recently. . Lost Friends Chadwick Bozeman, , who is you know the world is experiencing that loss but I know you're experiencing it in a different way. . Thank you for taking the time to do this even despite that. . Now it's okay I mean we had committed before and. . It's an experience to. . Meet somebody. . And you know I don't want to overstate Khushab was like a really private dude. . And I think whenever you have people who are up at a certain level certain currency. . That people try to deal in in you know <hes> overstating their proximity. . So you know this wasn't a cow who I talk to every day or anything. . But we did know each other we did it on. . You know pretty much in the same circle. . You know this guy met. . Jesus. . Nineteen Ninety seven ninety eight <hes> when. . The students in the fine arts building decided to. . Take, , the administration building at how to prevent. . Called it the absorbing of the fine arts college into the broader Liberal Arts School Indus- turn basically terrifies into a program as opposed to independent, , which was crazy because. . So much of what you know how a calling card is turning out autism Donny Hathaway To puffy to Tony Morrison just this long history. . So it seemed crazy anyway him you another close friend of mine basically led the takeover and. . are coveted for the hilltop for. . You know some like at the beginning of my career I've probably been working for David. . been mentioned several times. . You know in other caucuses we we've done a couple of years at definitely maybe a year two years something like that. . But anyway else coming in for the student newspaper and I say all that to say to watch him. . On this arc. . To see him you know <unk> student plays at Howard. . He was always such a serious serious office. . An intense and probably like the dude, I , would least. . Be Likely to pick to become. . A major Hollywood leading man not because he lacked the talent. . But he was so serious I'm. . Dead dead dead serious about his art in and you know he really really didn't play and didn't have time. . For Shenanigans. . So just watches I mean he's one of those. . Really really rare case, , there's so much in the world it makes people feel like. . Taking shortcuts in messing around and And Chad. . Rare case that did it on principle and. . Basically you know. . Hard work you know. . I know when people pass folks alight. . They say this I never did any wrong or you know, , etc. . That's not what I'm saying. . But I I was privileged to watch his as office. . By went back and watched the onstage interview you did with him at the Apollo. . And one of one of the things you said there was you sort of started off by saying because it was about Black Panther obviously, , and and you said something like I didn't know that I needed this movie until I watched it you know and Kind of wonder how much of that? ? Connected with him being in that role or just. . Yeah. . No I mean. I . would that was part of it. . You know what I mean chat always had like this kind of you know otherworldly <unk>. . About himself. . When he got past it's not like I was like, , oh, , he clearly can't this. . You know what I mean is I said it was unexpected. . You would be on this rise like this. . I. . Guess I'm more doubting. . The system Hollywood. . I think like an by point or somewhere around I point started writing a comic book. . So it was like crazy. . You know that you know he would be Erin I'll be right in the book and then I just so proud of that. . So You know and even at that moment. . He agreed to do conversation at the I mean you're talking about you on a billion dollar film. . Again I knew. . That they were. . Promoting film it you know how exhausting? ? Because I think this was after they had gone on this global tour promote I knew how exhausting that was. . After they had done grueling Toyota, , he would just sit there and you have to remember what we know now was he was diagnosed about it. . Yeah. . Yeah. . So he's been diagnosed with. . You know what I mean and he sits up on stage in. . But we had a pre call? ? His Russia with very very assistant. . You know about that. . You know we cheat the time limited data and I'm like, , okay I'm. . Trait. . Up there with that, , we got on the stage he has so much to say. . And you can tell if you look at the interview, , he just has so much to say and I think there was some point isn't Chin who has a black me the mask could come the and wants to get. . Out At enchanted signs it. . You know he was very conscious about what they're meant. . And what what their moment met and it is. . I just spe is it is hard to be sitting here talking to you about this in the past tense. . Yeah. . He has so many lighters just enviable qualities that relatively brief moment you know he really was king you couldn't have picked a better person to to carry it. .

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"ta" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:47 min | 2 years ago

"ta" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A bizarre twist to the story of the member of the dispute over a reserve to truck parking spot edit TA truck stop on I. forty here a couple weeks ago you talk about a twist of the security guard who shot and seriously injured the truck driver over that reserved parking spot has taken his own life multiple media outlets reporting the forty five year old George Gerald Bischoff killed himself last Thursday now he was confirmed to be the security guard who shot the truck driver on Friday the fourteenth Valentine's day the dispute the altercation over the reserved parking space at the TA truck stop near I. forty and south council road during a press briefing following the altercation the Oklahoma City police department said Bischoff approached the trucker and ask him to move his tractor trailer Gilmore said that the trucker was parked in a reserved parking space which he had to pay for that's when the truck driver allegedly became angry and aggressive that led to a physical altercation the security guard discharged his firearm investigators said Bischoff fired one round striking the trucker they say detectives questioned the garden he claimed he feared for his own safety but how about that a bizarre twist hi Doug what can you read into that maybe the fact that he didn't really feel he had any reason to pull the trigger and knew he was going to be in trouble I guess you will not be charged with assault now all right hello B. again are you sure it's very long yes you've been all right okay I'm gonna get bombed out live welcome home hello all it takes one all right click on order what you know I got it now what is what about hearing your but you end up giving me a year Dargan then I don around Champawat card very much I had that but it just down by that date well because I want to enter but it I couldn't get it done that day I got about still was coming in shorter women turn it not wanting to get another extension and then there's the you got to do it but then our you know we're going to cut it off you know a big gold what Brickell I don't know why because when you really when you start looking at the record okay our twelve month they call get the insurance board they should extend that unusual court thirty day are you with me okay I would draw that right handed mine why I mean not once I got to sleep at night for years you have to submit something in writing or video go one I want to complain Dr okay now it or only grown emergent practitioners but that does give political our production line but most doctors doctor you know when you come along with truck drivers are you would mail me I'll give you another thirty days knowing that when you're twelve months has come and gone you can get them try gov your physical all right what your body hello no work out when you get thirty nine ninety what your doctor you know Barsaat organically free time but what broke open I did my first car sure for further testing right right reporter trying one car even if he got thirty day detention that is not what are you you know usually when I go I dropped about fifty miles away the card well but what you know about really I think they will but then I might not go go to gold where you get your friends or even not you know please record family doctor right well what what doctor what what your got a word Richard your call morning how long our account here no yeah no doubt while working I would what well democratic any Democrat could walk if they would just listen to what you say and what are you trying to do it do you go back all the way back when rogue I knew stock what about you mid term or if it our full year my god with what he was saying and what he is trying to slam open different from Donald Trump the mobile what don't drown if you don't you'll be democratic you know what I'm a conservative Democrat we don't know what's going on with Bernie Sanders number one look what you're talking about well right if you don't believe me and let the Roosevelt three thirty five nineteen thirty six large I would hope you know what eastern but for her country hello world social it was well the console log truck don't drop it it blew my mind what what's different from what dish my obsession what Donald Trump because Thurgood right alongside mark American and for the country I'm a big girl what you will bring that up calmly told everybody great what I'm saying but if you don't disagree you all are but I'm telling you Donald Trump it started conservative Democrats want but I'm pretty sure I hope I don't vote or broke okay I would okay checks in the mail right we'll be right back on America's trucking network it nature stoning never replace your basement flooring again concrete is uneven damn and not healthy harden piled don't last read more the mildew and give worthless warranties nature stone currently correct uneven concrete it is not affected by deafness.

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"ta" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"ta" Discussed on 790 KABC

"TA dot com and see if you can score some passes there now we've touched on the the fear and greed one the other one of my other favorite ones and and correct me if I make some mistakes on this one but with Warren Buffett is he says you know about the market's going down and when the markets when the market with the markets go out you find out are you find out who's not wearing any shorts yeah so my dad came exactly have you close there with that is when the tide goes out you find out who is swimming naked yeah and that's so interesting because you know look at the markets right now right now I see complacency sure in in in frankly though those are coming to our our free workshop you come in there you're probably going into actual workshop to live fighting it out and learn how to make money and you give the markets are going up in this I'm going to go down we're here a lot of that sincerely interesting it's the same type of talking that we used to hear in conversations back frankly in two thousand seven and nineteen ninety nine and sees are going like all right is this the market top I don't know the market tops Mike's gonna fall next week next month next year but it sure sense of feel more more like everyone's think and there's no end of this thing yeah and that's scares me the quote that I was trying to think of goes something like this but it is the it's it gets off of the rising tide lifts all boats a rising tide lifts all boats but when the tide goes out you see who's swimming naked and that's the whole Hey they can lead to that complacency the you're talking about because as the markets are going up most stocks are going up you actually don't have to be that good at trading in a bullish market and and I don't like to be mean but I'll I'll times I'll tell people don't confuse skill for a bullish market you know those are two very very different and in a bullish market it's like back in the nineties I I've met so many people I did meet them in the nineties I met them in the two thousand they would tell me about their experience in the nineties we just by in the morning and sell in the afternoon you know and that and they were daily or day traders they were making money hand over fist but when the market changed direction and they were buying in the morning and selling after in the afternoon they were losing it all and so that's a great kind of parallel to that the rising tide lifts all boats in the market's going up pretty much everything's going up but when the tide goes out you see who's swimming naked when the market goes down you find out who actually doesn't know how to treat because trading is buying and selling it's doing it in multiple directions and and and you really see when the tide goes out who doesn't have a bearish strategy you know one other thing that's interesting about market crashes is there's billionaires made in market crashes why we go back to like Paulson how much money he made during the financial crisis yeah it's it's crazy how much money but nobody talks about those guys when the market's going up because everybody's making money is the market's going up it's the time period when the market goes down the average the kind of uneducated average investor out there loses half their life savings while all the sudden this guy makes another billion and now he's a criminal what really just has a different it also means we'll talk with the workshops we introduce the concept Tamana tends that the concept of shorting right how to make money when the markets are actually going down we all know by low sell high but at the workshop to learn about selling high and buying low yeah the workshop is a is a great place that reminds me of of another quote this quote is on my grandfather's office wall has been since I was a kid it's a Benjamin Franklin quote it says if a and who doesn't love Benjamin Franklin yeah it's all about the Benjamins baby but Benjamin Franklin's quote of his work where he says if a man empties his purse into his head no one can take it away from him an investment in knowledge always pays the best interest and so right now we're going to a quick little giveaway we're gonna give away some passes to one of our upcoming workshops led by Gregory and his team which will give you the opportunity really to to invest a little bit of your time to raise that financial IQ be like band absolutely V. like that included with your passes you're gonna be able to win two passes take somebody with you include with your passes were also can be thrown in the professional insiders kit packed with information from some of our top instructors were my favorite topics in there is what we're just talking about opportunities when the market goes down Hey you're going to be getting those two free passes of the upcoming class you can get the professional insiders kit which makes it so you can start learning right now and also I know Gregory loves this as it because you are one of our radio listeners were going to be giving you that.

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"ta" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"ta" Discussed on 790 KABC

"TA dot com and see if you can score some passes there now we've touched on the the fear and greed one the other one of my other favorite ones and and correct me if I make some mistakes on this one but with Warren Buffett is he says you know about the market's going down and when the markets with a market with the markets go out you find out are you find out who's not wearing any shorts yeah so my dad cameras that could have you had those there with that is when the tide goes out you find out who is swimming naked yeah and that's so interesting because you know look at the markets right now right now I see complacency sure an Indian frankly though those are coming to our our free workshop you come in there you're probably going into actual workshop to live fighting it out and learn how to make money and you give the markets are going up in this I'm going to go down we're here a lot of that sincerely interesting it's the same type of talking that we used to hear in conversations back frankly in two thousand seven and nineteen ninety nine and sees are going like all right is this the market top I don't know the market tops Mike's gonna fall next week next month next year but it sure sense of feel more more like everyone's think and there's no end of this thing yeah and that scares me the quote that I was trying to think of goes something like this but it is the it's X. off of the rising tide lifts all boats a rising tide lifts all boats but when the tide goes out you see who's swimming naked and that's the whole Hey they completed that complacency the you're talking about because as the markets are going up most stocks are going up you actually don't have to be that good at trading in a bullish market and and I don't like to be mean but I'll other times I'll tell people don't confuse skill for a bullish market you know those are two very very different and in a bullish market it's like back in the nineties I I've met so many people I did meet them in the nineties I met them in the two thousand they would tell me about their experience in the nineties we just by in the morning and sell in the afternoon you know and that and they were daily or day traders they were making money hand over fist but when the market changed direction and they were buying in the morning and selling after in the afternoon they were losing it all and so that's a great kind of parallel to that the rising tide lifts all boats on the market's going up pretty much everything's going up but when the tide goes out you see who's swimming naked when the market goes down you find out who actually doesn't know how to treat because trading is buying and selling it's doing it in multiple directions and and and you really see when the tide goes out who doesn't have a bearish strategy you know one other thing that's interesting about market crashes is there's billionaires made in market crashes why we go back to like Paulson how much money he made during the financial crisis yeah it's it's crazy how much money but nobody talks about those guys when the market's going up because everybody's making money is the market's going up it's the time period when the market goes down the average the kind of uneducated average investor out there loses half their life savings while all the sudden this guy makes another billion and now he's a criminal what really just has a different it also means we'll talk with the workshops will introduce the concept Tamana tends that the concept of shorting right how to make money when the markets are actually going down we all know by low sell high but at the workshop to learn about selling high and buying low yeah the workshop is a is a great place that reminds me of of another quote this quote is on my grandfather's office wall has been since I was a kid it's a Benjamin Franklin quote it says if a and who doesn't love Benjamin Franklin yeah it's all about the Benjamins baby but Benjamin Franklin's quote of his work where he says if a man empties his purse into his head no one can take it away from him an investment in knowledge always pays the best interest and so right now we're going to a quick little giveaway we're gonna give away some passes to one of our upcoming workshops led by Gregory and his team which will give you the opportunity really to to invest a little bit of your time to raise that financial IQ be like band absolutely V. like that included with your passes you're gonna be able to win two passes take somebody with you include with your passes were also can be thrown in the professional insiders kit packed with information from some of our top instructors were my favorite topics in there is what we're just talking about opportunities when the market goes down Hey you're going to be getting those two free passes of the upcoming class you can get the professional insiders kit which makes it so you can start learning right now and also I know Gregory loves this as it because you are one of our radio listeners were going to be giving you that.

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"ta" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ta" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Go ahead and register online at free TA class dot com we have got to take a quick break I can't live how fast is what what we talk about it let's talk about whatever he wants to know about how to make more income I know you're gonna talk rather you're gonna say whether out says real but if he is really here to drop you off the present so you know or you don't know did you get call stick around right away we'll be right back both of balance of nature changing the world one life at a time I have to tell you I am not having any stomach issues anymore I am not having any pain men in my arthritis in my knees and in my lower back and is also helps with my skin I always had dry again on on my legs always even as a child not drastic but I notice it's just not that dry and scaly anymore but I just feel like having this prison veggies in the fiber in my system it has helped a lot and I think it's even and this just seems crazy but I know my mental health has improved and it seemed like it was a gradual saying it's just amazing and my husband he starred in the notice to the other disk used and he notices when he's reaching back in the chair at night when these lan watching TV that is back if not he doesn't have that pain is much anymore I hear these women and these men on the radio talk about it and I just feel like yeah I believe them that's me and I believe everything that they say your commercials are not stage they're real people talking about there are real problems that you help them last I know that the balance of nature is is really helping me see how getting a variety of over.

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"ta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

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"Streaming live on the key TA our news app your breaking news and traffic it's three twenty nine and Becky Lynn and here's our top story president trump's impeachment it hasn't picked up as much traction among American voters as they had hoped but ABC news political analyst Alex Castellanos tells Arizona's morning news that house Democrats that will still vote to impeach president trump tomorrow recent polls show most Americans and Arizonans not in favor of impeaching and removing president trump from office Phoenix city council members will revote tomorrow on the fee increase for right here companies at the sky harbor airport councilmember sell the CEO says he voted no on the fee he helps other council members will change their mind but he is not holding his breath both Hooper left have threatened to pull out of the airport leaving your all our passengers stranded this is not a tax on the people on the outside this is not only an inconvenience but attacks on the public he tells the bruising James and family you show people will still find a way to get to the airport but it will just be inconvenient and more expensive we've reached out for comment from council members who support the fee increase but we've not heard back several traffic accidents that left two people dead and several others injured overnight an off duty Phoenix police officer was killed last night in an accident in ninety fifth Avenue and cardinals way in Glendale twenty five year old officer Blake Newman was riding his motorcycle when it hit a curb and he lost control of the bike Phoenix police are still working with Newman's family who live out of state and our TV partners at ABC fifteen say a man in his sixties was killed when he was hit by a semi while walking mid block in the street near forty Third Avenue in Buckeye accidents near fifty First Avenue and Bethany home and fifty ninth Avenue in camelback live to people with life threatening injuries turns out here is on is the second deadly a state for pedestrians but we are kobus association of governments trying to fix that walk in my shoes that's what maggots calling their pedestrian safety foreman downtown Phoenix today part of what we want to do is learn about best practices whatever other regions done to improve that as for his safety what we learned from that executive director Eric Anderson says they have top safe the experts from across the country in attendance well we have people from New York and Texas just coupled to highlight last year twelve hundred pedestrians in Arizona were injured a hundred and seventy four were killed alley Vagner KTA our news let's take a look at the traffic right now with Larry Lewis from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well Vicki when we've got trouble all over valley through a specially the east valley blocking of late what a one north bound this pressure Chandler Boulevard remains tied up the age of the and left lane here stay to the right to get by then on the sixty eastbound you've got a collision to sexually assault but either way at the age of the and the left lane tied up there once again you'll need to stay right to get by now the ten west Bender university there's a crash off on the shoulder there also a collision on the two oh two red mountain freeway this one is at the Dobson on ramp it's not walking though it's off on the right shoulder this report sponsored by gateway community college careers in beauty and will this happen a gateway community college is a gateway C. C. dot E. D. U. America but community college tonight clear skies forty two.

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