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Bobby Moynihan plays a drug dealing manatee in new Comedy Central show
"Everybody. This is Bobby Moynihan and I'm here to tell you about my new show Lafi on comedy central digital. It's an improvised animated series about a weed dealing Mandy named Lafi, who has to Juggle being a single dad and the number one we'd dealer in New York City all from his tank of the Central Park. Zoo not to be confused with the much cleaner Central Park Zoo and you can expect things. Like a group of zoo animals playing DND Atar, you're trading sexual favors for a harp, a weed smoking hypnotist, a Cammo who thinks he's Markham oh inter species, relationships, outer species, relationships, Inter species, feuds, and much much more with characters voiced and improvised Ron funches Cecil strong Eugene Cordero Gina Gershon. Jason News Kevin Smith Jay Pharaoh Nina West, and Taryn kill him. It's Lo fi on comedy central's youtube and facebook pages out tomorrow.
"taryn" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"Hype Taryn so good, have you? I'm so excited to be here today. It's so fun because I just I feel like I've. You've been a part of I in my program community for a couple of years now and then. I always people always talk about you and hear about you and it's like they fired to be like you and have the brand that you have and I know that so many people just adore you, so I'm really excited to chat today and just get get real about things. you know we're both pregnant. We're both late in our pregnancy very pregnant very ready to not pregnant anymore. And you still work a fulltime job in corporate. You have a full-time blog. You have a full-time family. You're having your fourth child. When you're saying Amazon's crazy. And it's true it's like all of these things are full-time because you don't have asks it. If you, did you wouldn't be successful? So I think that's the first question I would love to. Kind of dive into you because that's the biggest thing that I hear from people and I'm sure you get it to like in your DM's is like. How do you do it all? How do you know? How do you do it I'll be? How do you know like how to me down and where to focus on when you've got so much to do so? I would love to kind of I. Start With just your journey. Of what everything kind of looks like and then how that led you to where you are today to to be able to balance it in whatever way that means yes? It wasn't a perfect journey, but nobody's is and a messy long way a lot of mistakes they learn along the way, but I will say that I started walking in two thousand sixteen when I started logging I, was actually the type of Walker that was fully fashion wearing heels, which was not really my daily life, so really felt like I was doing what I felt like other bloggers doing time. In at the time I, only had two children. Was Not Mono- tightening at all. So it was really just being to be honest I. my husband and I actually joke about this because.
"taryn" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"Hello, and welcome back to another episode of the influence of podcast so excited about today's episode, because we have a very well known blogger that so many of you have asked to have on the podcast today, and that is the amazing mom to be Taryn Newton. Taryn is a mom to almost four boys. She is also a fulltime blogger and she still runs a fulltime job. Both of which bring in six figures each I. I love this conversation because it really does show us the importance of consistency, and how we can actually make it all happen if we find the right balance for us, Taryn chairs. How after spending a few years blogging and not really seeing the results that she wanted how she pivoted her message, and re branded her brand and her blog to really focus on what she felt mattered most the importance of storytelling in our. Our content and how that helped her really grow and engaged following of community that that are really invested in her message, and what she shares her best tips for tools, content consistency and balancing it all. She shares why content calendar is a must have for any blogger. She also shares the biggest wins and challenges to her blogging career so far and exactly how she went from zero to fifty thousand dollars, blogging and under. Under one year loved this conversation as always. Terron is just so real so honest so authentic and I can't wait for you to hear it as well. Let's get to it, so wanted to pop in and let you know that the doors for pitch. It perfect are now open. picture-perfect perfect is the only program that teaches you how to move from side. Hustle defeat to paid brand labs all in less than one week. Pit. Perfect is a video based course that goes in depth about the process of brainstorming, pitching negotiating and landing paid brand deals. I teach my tried and tested method through videos, real life examples and more tactical strategies into blitz. They you could ever need. Pitch perfect has been around since two thousand and sixteen was the first of its kind, and is still growing strong today with over four thousand graduates in the program, and that is for a reason because it works. Now, why method always stands out above the rest is that I have a one of a kind background as a PR and marketing expert with over thirteen years working with and alongside the exact brands. You're trying to pitch and work with every day. You won't find my skill set in value randomly on the internet or other people trying to teach you what I actually created and mastered. By the time you complete the program, you'll understand who went when how to pitch effectively. You'll also how much you can charge how to discuss payment brands how to negotiate for more money and learn so much more than about to share with you, so it includes six overview packets with over three hundred pages of strategies and content over thirty pitch templates covering various topics that you can copy. tweak and use for DMZ. DMZ emails and so much more over fifty five brand pitch email threat examples that give you a behind the scenes examples from students and various niches, showing exactly how they landed a deal from the beginning to the end. You also get customizable press kit templates, a pitch report spreadsheet a sample contract template an invoice template you get twenty real life. Press examples ten real life elevator pitch examples in so much more. Now what I love about pitch. It perfect is that it takes just about three hours to get through in one setting. Because I'm here to get, you results fast not key stuck in. Paralysis with a bunch of content that is, it needed or necessary? I'm about results that actually lead to success and prophets. Because I know that's what you want, so if you do the work that is exactly what you're. GonNa..
"taryn" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Is Charlie hedges on the next Chapter Charlie and talking with we're having our quarantine conversations and my first one is with my dear dear friend Taryn vogue at who is A Renaissance Woman In colloquial that's Gypsy but she's Done so many different things in one of the things turn has done. Is You listen to the first half of the PODCAST. You could see the the extents the extent of her corporate activities but she has an idea of genius that we talked about maybe over a year ago and and I think that's worthy of rehearsing. Talk to me about your concept the genius Taryn well the concept of genius. It's really evolved over time but I the way I've really come to understand. Geniuses would number of different things come together but I just taught a class on genius And the way I said the name of the class genius is a VERB PEOPLE JUNIOR. The now like Oh. She's a genius or over he's genius or oh that's genius but really. I think the way the better way to think about genus. Oh genius thing her. Oh she's genius thing. It really is a verb. And the reason I say that is because jinx about ultimately it's about focus it's about focusing on something to the extent that you're great at it or genus added and then those moments are those epiphanies are those others or the brilliant ideas in those Com as part of the process of Genius Sing But I love I love Michelangelo. You know the same sculptor and painter his best. Coda us all the time and he said if people knew how much work this was they wouldn't call genius and he said that he is being chapel right. I was like that so true. I wouldn't call it genius And I I think that's such a troop thought about genius. I mean you look at anybody whether you know the great geniuses of our times like the Elon. Musk swimming mean these are people that are so focused on the thing Connotations than a genius Would you say if would nealon Moscow? It a nealon. Musk that in this definition. Well so if I go back to. Jean has verb right. And you gotta think well. Then what are you doing when you're genius thing and what you're doing when you're genius thing is a couple of things is you're you're operating from some level of passion? You're excited about the singer. Cases excited about electric cars rocket ships and engineering and You know in other people's cases they're passionate about painting or dancing or accounting or whatever. The thing is right either some level of passion and then the second part of it when you're genius thing is there's all these components of what I would call strategy right like you're good at strategy and strategy has two sub components under it You're thinking about it in a way that maybe someone else isn't that is unique to you. My sister for example is a really quite a genius Baker and she's got a a bake shop and the way she thinks about it. She is operating from goals around baking. That are just so interesting you know like she wants croissants to be artisan looking. She doesn't want them to look all uniform. She wants him to look homemade but like it just came out of a fringe of it. You know. And so she's just operating from sort of own set of goals for what she wants something to be that are different than most other people's And so then there's a whole sort of budget other things around like I've noticed patterns and genius and sort of other pieces of strategy. Which we we've got into an another show we go back and listen to that but then I think the third part of it is that when you're operating from passion and you're and you're doing all the things that sort of are the patterns of Genius Become Intuitively Then the third party. You have those moments where you're really channeling something higher than yourself. You're sort of opening yourself up to something bigger in idea to come through an moments or like when you're painting you're really letting something move through you. And that really is another component of genius. And so the way I come to really understand geniuses that you know how those prisons like you know when you see a prison like a glass prism and when the sunlight shines through it It can often be enough power to create a fire because it's focusing a ton of energy from the sun into a laser like focus. That's really quite strong. And and I think that's such a great visual for what I think that the act of genius thing is is that were the prism or taking the infinite creative potential of the universe and we're focusing like a laser light through us like we are the prism and our excitement is what creates the laser break. And that's why I've come to think about genius and so like Keep Looking. Balon muskets such a great example of genius you know. He was considered crazy for the early part of his career with electric cars. He's almost failed a number of times. No one thought he was a genius. Electric cars up until the stock price at eight hundred and fifty dollars a share recently. And then all of a sudden. Now he's genius and what I would say is if the only a genius when cars are selling when he came up with the idea and nobody believes him that the problem is as a society. Really terrible at recognizing genius in the early stages Yeah you know he was. He's genius look at the look at the writers genius riders. That never never never became famous until they died. And at what point were they genius long before we recognize it but they were genius. All right Sounds like tearing? It sounds like it's it's something about a an intention. Oh and conscious it's to access yourself and your own beliefs rather than leaving believing in the beliefs of society and the believes the beliefs of culture and truly the the boundaries and dare. I used the the word. Now the quarantine we quarantine our brain into thinking that that croissants need to look a certain way or the biscuits need to learn to look a certain way rather than creatively and interestingly which she had two break a boundary she had two break a barrier in order to do that and that in and that gives an opportunity to make genius of verb is win. Emmanuel Jones one said we all have secondhand beliefs. Because we believe what's been told us to believe rather than search ourselves and investigate ourselves and search literature and find out what we really do believe ourselves that it that it is our our system. It doesn't have to be in line with anybody else. System is that. Would you think that has to do with genius? I think that those are the there. There are people that that have really pushed us to the next level in terms of inventions Or in terms of art or something right. I mean you look at who invented the first airplanes or the first microchips or you know some famous artists that really push the edge so I think sometimes genius is about really pushing the edge to something new but I love the idea of the everyday genius the people that are the most fantastic servers at a restaurant you've ever experienced. They're just genius way about serving you or You know a local chef that is just genius at what they do in their craft. And so I think that there there are genes that push push us to a whole new height. But there's also those that are just so exceptional with the day to day and they're really the everyday genius Everyday Genie. So they're really. They're really is in a sense to the traditional sense of genius. But you're talking about Jeanson everyday way that all of this all of us have access to and all of us do in some way you know. We're we're operating from a place of passion and excitement and joy and we're focused and we care about something like that is the energy of genius it just may take us a while to reach a level of mastery. But you're gina saying all along if that makes sense is this. What you're doing now is a genius. You're you're you're you're you're trying to. You're trying to hide your Gypsy your Gypsy self under the guise of.
"taryn" Discussed on No End In Sight
"I'm Brian Bettas and this is no and insight a podcast about life with chronic illness. First off here's another quick reminder that I have a Patriot campaign now our which is a really simple way for listeners to support the show financially on a monthly basis. So if you've been enjoying the show and you also have a couple of bucks despair then then I'd be so so grateful if you'd sign up as a patron at patriotic dot com slash. No end in sight this week. I'm talking to Taryn Gilligan. About a whole lot of things but particularly about traumatic brain injuries lime disease allergies. PTSD and finding a lump in your breast. I also have a couple of content notes before we get to the interview so I this interview basically begins with a head injury and this story definitely sat me into precinct copy which you will find out pretty quickly if you listen to everything but if you are extremely squeamish like I am and I think we we know who we are. Then I'd recommend jumping forward almost a full nine minutes after you hear Taryn say women. Soccer is brutal like really. No exaggeration. admirations nine minutes. And I'm going to give you a super simple takeaway for squeamish folks Sorry for the spoiler gas but terron got a major concussion while playing playing soccer and had difficulty forming new memories and then she had a second soccer related head injury right at the end of the nine minutes that I'm telling you to skip so that's the big picture and if you're mildly squeamish than I just get ready to hit the skip button a few times beginning at the same point so beginning when she says women's soccer or is brutal. I listen to stuff that way sometimes. Just ready to skip any moment that I think is GonNa Freak me out but still wanting to hear it the the big details. So that's another option. Anyway Darren also talks about her experience with an eating disorder and the story is a little bit harder to just extricate the way that I did with the head injury but if it's something that you'd like like to skip then you should be able to do that by jumping ahead a bit as well as soon as she mentions it while she's in college so it comes up after she gets to college and I and it's it's pretty self contained so this part of the story does not have as much detail as a head injury. If details are something that are what you prefer to avoid it and if you have any feedback for me about content notes I would be so happy to hear them because everybody is sensitive to different things and I realized that therefore we start. Here's my disclaimer. This podcast is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice. Diagnosis or treatment. Make sure you talk to your doctor doctor about any questions or symptoms So I like to start by asking people. How is your health as a kid? Ed I in retrospect having gone through all that I've gone through. I am very grateful to say that I feel like for the most part I had quite quite and I'd be like piled hood especially with my health I was pretty just like healthy. Hardy Kid I played a lot of sport and I. I was out and about constantly. Just very active I. My whole family has a bunch of environmental and like seasonal allergies. So that definitely something that I dealt with but typically only like one or two weeks may or something like that The other exactly the other thing that I kind of dealt with that. It was just kind of a quirky thing that happened is I would get strapped like up upwards the seven times a year like just any any type of cold that that took too long just turned into strap or like anything just like turn into strap while take a lot of antibiotics for that. Yeah Yeah I whatever. The bubble gum medicine was like amoxicillin or something like that. Okay constantly talk yeah and then I also also. My parents used to joke that anytime. Go over like a major hill or anything like that in the car. I might use a popular get an ear infection so those were the two things that just they were quirky about me. But it didn't. I didn't feel like it was like when I think back my childhood. They weren't things that like totally took a ton of my time or like. I don't know I didn't don't really think about them too much. Yeah I mean ultimately ended up when I was fourteen or fifteen. Got My tonsils removed but that was more so because it got in the way of Like some hobbies that I had and I was like you know I'm so tired of this. Let's just take him out so all the time time like I'm kind of just over it. So we ended up getting him out and made a huge difference which is great but other than that. No I mean childhood why why is especially like before I became a preteen now I feel like overall like it was a pretty great experience. Thank goodness had those memories like like back on now and so it sounds like things started to change. So what was that like. Yeah so middle school Again I was pretty normal. The only thing is shot. Like my menstrual cycle. Okay I got my period very in early at least for my I feel like all my friend group and stuff like that. I was ten. I just turned ten and That was fine but until I hit around maybe like thirteen thought it started getting very heavy and I was having cramps that were so painful about like I would get get sick or I just like couldn't get out of bed and I also would gain and lose like fifteen pounds like every two weeks. Okay and different pairs of pants. Yeah exactly Yup Yup kind of like working with my after ovulation in rural as the I would just like all the way up and and I had two pairs of pants over that being in middle school like a tough thing because as much as I feel like other people probably didn't notice I certainly noticed noticed and I also like with getting period early. I was already basically what I what I look like now like when I was thirteen years old though Meteo is just so yeah I was also a giant. I feel like in comparison. 'cause I grew so quickly but Yeah I think that was tricky for me but I went the Obgyn going on with my mom because like it was getting in. I had too many absences because of it and like you know you're pretty young but it kind of sounds like pm amd though at the time they're like we're going to put you on your house. which I think is around anymore? I think there's a lot of issues with ASD. I just remember. They were in every magazine for a while. They had a really aggressive advertising campaign for a short. I think it was the reason I did. That is because it's one of at the time was that's one of the only birth controls dot had diuretic properties in it so it kind of helped level out all the water retention than I regain every two weeks which which was really nice and so I ended up being on that and then it turned into Biaz because again I think that there was some like legal issues with like blood clots or something like that? They had to change it but I was not for about eight years and during that time I feel like I was pretty pretty solid with my symptoms. Held up at pain pain and weight regulation where the big things right for sure and like I was at my cycle like every first of the month it was super easy Luckily I mean one good thing about my cycle regardless like a beyond birth control it was always consistent insistent and this was a lot. Yeah so other than that. It was pretty much so that wasn't an issue for me for a while But then kind of going chronologically Then I got into high school and an important thing to know is I like I said it was very active in into sports all my life. I I played soccer like ever since I could walk. I played premier. I play like a local town levels and for school and everything everything like that and I played your round traveling around and it was just like a huge part of my identity by love to do and so I was is on my high school soccer team and I was goalie And I was yeah I think I. It's funny because I you had written about this fire and I think it was like September twenty first thousand seven It was an early game in in the season and we were away and so what's tricky about this is i. Don't remember like about two years of my life so all all of their say. It's the ads like I'm like an unreliable narrator technically like in my own story but these are all they feel like my memory which is such a weird thing to say other so vivid. But I think that's because I've adopted on my own I think bits and pieces. I do actually have the memories but most of it I think is a Moshe. I remember the emotion of a moment and then create kind of more of the visuals and the experience like in my mind if that makes any sense really does because yeah. Yeah memory's unreliable anyway with. It wasn't the same but like yeah that but more exactly so where I go from here. In terms of from the smelt man in September. Two thousand seven up until Powell be like the end of my sophomore year of high school. These aren't technically really my memory. kind of sharing like what. I don't know the story of my life. I guess what happened to the best of your knowledge. Yeah exactly so so with that being said I. We're in an away game. I was in goal Apparently a girl kicks the ball to another girl. Okay she kicked it. It didn't go as far into the boxes that she expected it to And so I go down to pick it up. I kind of like with both hands on the ball like pushing it towards my chest. I'm kind of crunch hunch. Down on the ground a little bit this girl these that it's in my hands and female soccer. I feel like we always assume that like men's sports are more aggressive but like women's soccer is brutal like brutal and so Jerry Jerry sees it in my hands. She knows that I have already. And she goes and she slide tackles me but her cle- catches my left left temple. Yeah so that's why I'm like. This could be a little bit. Yeah and this is one hundred percent where I get a little bit squeamish to say at all. And if you'd in writing my own absurd squeamishness Mercer like no worries the she apparently hits my my left hand bowl..
Big Brother 21 - Wednesday Night Sept 11 Veto Recap
"We we are two weeks away from the big brother finale got a lot to talk about here tonight on our recap sorry about the delay everybody who's watching live but if you only knew what i had to work with year on the road to make this show happen you would you would understand this mad scientist situation russian that we have going on here of course very excited to be joined here tonight by an esteemed member of the l. FC please welcome welcome the great most danny must how're you doing great i'm very excited to talk about one of my favorite veto competitions BB comics i'm very happy happy that they kind of did a back to basics thing and copied the same competition from big brother sixteen when they first did become a throwback a throwback a throwback robak for the bbc comex classic edition and a throwback to podcast i remember listening to fondly on my way back from mini rene apple when was puja and melissa were on a together many wednesdays ends days ago here he is back on the podcast this time with me here is the great poo poo how are you i'm doing good rob i'm happy happy to be here taryn might not listen to this because he's in new york but upgrade i just got an upgrade here no shade taryn just kidding very excited to be here and very excited to talk bb colleagues okay well very excited fun veto competition and we will talk through the looming not since lebron james puja has there been such a highly anticipated decision of what will happen on thursday night we'll find out live when we are doing our show from the SPCA theater here in new york city i'm out on strong island right now much like nicole and looking forward to our big live show on a thursday night but a lot of talk through you could use hashtag RJ scott saint-pierre is standing by to get us those questions later on in the show melissa how are you doing i'm doing great this was a great episode well a very very exciting veto results i i was so excited when i saw the news that call it won't be joe it's honestly like all day long she had been saying i have have to win this i like i need to do this for myself and for cliff and then she would literally promise to like cliffs family that she was going to win this she's like i'm i'm going to do it i'm gonna win it and most of the time when people say that on the show you're like okay are a sure you are alike that's probably not going to happen but she did it i mean that was insane she did such great job she smoked them i mean she got such a better time it was very impressive it's impressive run here here for nicole and i don't know if i have the big brother player sorta that at my fingertips that i could say is the parallel for this run that nicole is on the only person i can think of who's had a quick change in both capability to take it all at the end and also turn on the complex after having not is paris from be began six that is the only person i can compare her to it's been amazing it's been an amazing not even one week six days for nicole a where she was going into that double and where she is now we're seeing her in a whole new light on we're talking about an whole night and as a nicole fan as someone who was assaulting dear nicole has been a fan and ecole pretty nice to see i will take yeah let's say it's been such an impressive run where sure the odds on favourite to win right which is crazy i mean honestly think about just like the roundtable from last week and where we were basically saying like she's got to win something or else she's never gonna win this there's no way because the main argument going into the end was well well nicole hasn't done anything for these ago right exactly that's the thing is it just it everything is different now i feel like everyone's account nicole nicole hose the winner she's coming into the stretch like melissa draft whereas like a couple of weeks whoever wants their draft sucks so i hope nicole pulls it out because she is the only remaining person who may draft you know i it's been such an impressive turnaround greenlee i'm so happy and mila side you have to commend you on your draft the incredible job to land mccall in brown it was all me i i knew she was going to be the last one i knew that i was gonna get her it was all knee just to reset that was that there were two people left on the board jess and nicole i had the fifteenth pick whoever i didn't pick was going to go to melissa and i said boy gesture nicole nicole lock your parents in the basement i'd like to river but it just seems like a more normal person and the call i can't i can't see you take good luck with nicole lewis and i was like no i like their video video up at a little video clip of it has been kind of circulating around on twitter today and it's just it's so embarrassing 'cause i'm like i didn't pick her i don't want her now go to call you got this you're by doesn't matter if it's victory nonetheless if ends up coming in for the call okay but we'll talk walk through all the scenarios for the game a little bit but let's just talk through what was going on in the episode clear we started with everything going on with tommy he was feeling sorry for himself and he ends up saying that okay i am going to end up coming clean to macbeth to jackson accident holly and he ends up telling the backstory of him in christie that they knew each other yeah so i love the way they set this up on the show because i feel like it was pretty much the exact same thing we were seeing on the feeds on saturday and it's one of those situations where they're just just talking so much smack about christie his face and he's just sitting there and taking it and taking it and then you just got i'd i just need to get defensive now and just kind of also blamed christie by association just look hey i knew her coming in at the play the cards i was dealt it's not not my fault she kinda lost herself like this is just this is why this happened and i loved it it reminds me of a situation on a movie where you know there's a group of the people and their talking a lot of smack about this one of the personnel burden comes as well i've been dating them secretly for three months so what do you have to say about that now nice well well if you think what you guys had to say is bad you should hear what my aunt had to say about her because i'm i'm sure yeah i'm sure my aunt was even she was even go after worse drag her so yeah sure the aunt has some breakup jersey i mean you never wanna go to hard into with the break-up stories because you don't have to break up is gonna take but here in in this instance since i don't know if tommy in christie you're gonna get back together after the season is over melissa yeah and i mean the way that this was put on the show did not make holly look great it made her look pretty bad and pretty mean and she's like i mean i sound download the mean girl right now and like no one says anything like no one says no you're not being it was just like tom he's kind of like it's okay i understand but it just did did not look good for holly i feel like today's at it wasn't great for her i mean this whole time she was kind of able to remove herself from this like bullying mentality or whatever whatever like this mean girl mentality and because she was always able to say like well i didn't have any part of it and it was it was in my heart and like i just felt like i had to go along with it for the game the christie's out of the house this is a game at all it's just like the smack jog somebody this is a great point about holly and i really feel like we've all been going back and forth of what's going to be the best move for nicole and forklift going into thursday and i have to say i think i feel more adamant than ever especially when we're talking about tommy versus holly holly has started to become so unimpressive puja off i almost i feel like i don't even see a scenario where holly ken win why would cliff and nicole wants to get rid of her yet yeah it's talking to parallel to nicole going from poppy not winning anything to now being the front runner is that holly coming into the week was kind of everyone's like like chalk okay if she makes it there she's got everyone beat she might have to work a little bit against jackson but she's got this going where why are they being picked off right now why holly being looked at right right now it just comes down to the fact that holly and mickey are jackson as we call them or a pair dr jackson yeah yeah that was so great by the way i didn't think of it we'll do all the comics and a little bit just basically basically comes down to the fact that they got rid of a pair it was a three way standoff of three pairs and now this is another pair and now there's an opportunity in front of them to maybe take take that one down we've all talked about at length of how impressive jackson's run has been since the blow up of forty four and here we are now and he could run on it to the end and this is something they see as handicapping jackson it boils under that yeah have you weighed in on on what you think cliff and nicole should do know because i got on the update the day before all this went down so my viewpoint from the get-go was it's a two out of four with the pair of nicole and cliff and then you've got a singular tommy a singular mickey if you're why don't you mickey out of nowhere jackson accepted yeah it's happened finally watermelon seed planted in your head i wish it was seedless those are better however yes so if you take holly out here these to see each other as biggest threat to win at the end they fully believe it at least that's how i'm taking it so my belief was coming down if they get to the final four these two are going to go after each other they're going to want to target each other even though cliff and nicole are sitting there as a pair why because even if we've just seen nicole when two competitions out of the last four in the last six days that's impressive we've seen cliff come out of nowhere when competitions when no one bought it was possible he's had his moments but jackson's run is unparalleled his competition wins have been ridiculously insane outside of here he's pretty much want everything that he's been really good on the flipside tommy has not not been a slouch in these cops he's coming second in a lot of even this one right now would-be comics so they go even if they win their have to look at taking each other out so that's where i stand is holly going out is better and i'm not gonna lie i wasn't one hundred percent in because everyone has said this is one of those ones where there's no rude winning pick either works i think as the days have gone on here and just the game we've seen just the conversations we've seen it's getting more and more clear that holly going is the move here okay melissa i'm much more in the tommy should go camp because i think that tommy i can see him winning competitions here down the stretch and could tell me this is crazy could you see tommy winning the final goal three h. o. h. and potentially taking jackson to the final two is that crazy to imagine that i think that it's possible however i mean like i don't know i don't think it's crazy but i think that the odds are he wouldn't because first of all well if he does that i mean he already knows that holly would vote for jackson so that automatic probably receive oh automatic jackson votes and then that would cancel out his chris evokes his christie does like the one like yes christie is gonna vote for me so then renders christie vote kind of move and then you know i i just think that he i don't think he would take jackson just because i think that he jackson are automatically has some votes associated with him uh-huh whereas nicole and cliff it's up in the air we don't know who's gonna vote for nicole and clip tommy as the argument first of all against clip that like i've been working this whole time i was in these all these alliances blah blah blah and i'm the last man standing from the alliance nicole and clifton do anything the whole game yeah sure they like you know they could say that obviously i disagree i think cliff i've
A Recap of Big Brother's Double Eviction
"Welcome back to our live coverage of double eviction night baby and boy. It was a a doozy a lot to recap from the double eviction here with me in the studio to help a break it all down our own resident big brother veteran caitlyn. Herman is here caitlyn. Everyone good. I'm doing good tonight was a fun night for night night. Caitlin is locked in. She had a lot of thoughts about the episode. During the show. I said i say that he was actually shutting me up and said do not wanna hear this on the hot here to give have you guys big brother content and big brother content only all right of course here with us to help a breakdown the double eviction taryn armstrong. It is with us tonight erin. How are you doing very well rob. That was a very exciting double eviction. I feel like it's been a while. Since we've got such a good good double fiction. I was a great double. Eviction excited to have a tear with us help. Break it all down and it's such a big night that we also have with us. Join us on the podcasts melissa. Danny is gonna be with us tonight. Melissa how are you. I'm doing great baby. Da fiction is the new word so very exciting eating night. <hes> just quick forewarning. I am traveling right now so my connection might not be so great and i apologize if i cut out or anything but just wants to let that be now and so we at least have to cover for it okay all right. That's good. We've got to l f c people here tonight so i've only happens with melissa and her connection then we'll we'll. We'll be fine okay all right so melissa. What did you think about the double eviction. I thought it was very exciting. I almost got all all of my dreams to come true by having nicole win h._o._a. Jen cliff when vito and then christie's day and then she didn't stay so that was kind of a disappointment just because i love the drama and craziness that she brings. I think she's a very exciting player so you know it's sad to see her. Go but very exciting night okay very exciting night indeed and we will <hes> break it all down hashtag rha so we can get your your questions into the show as well all right so <hes> melissa that are you. Are you still with us sounds like you were breaking up a little bit tired. <hes> we'll see we'll see if we can get melissa back with something. What was what was that was that at at the door god that we have a surprise that the podcast studio door here in person <hes> not over yet firmer canana. Let's <hes> can you believe this. What's what's what's getting something. There is too much mo- sedan is here with us in the in the studio derek. We okay okay all right we are we unplugged headphones. Okay all right. Sorry about that everybody we we have pranked ourselves insurance. How are you. I'm doing great. This is so exciting. I'm very excited to be here in the studio and hang out with you. Guys tonight ed right chat room. I know it gets complicated. We had a lot of people in the studio so let us know on the volume levels as we try to get back to to the studio shot with with taryn while you're working on that okay alright taryn it jared we did it. Okay taryn attaran. Come on now connection guys. I let me just fix it for a second. Imagine how let's let's let's get let's get to the the double of action and i think the the question that we have to start with for me is i was very surprised prize that it was christie and not tommy that god voted out with that the plan all along yeah it had been discussed between jackson and holly that they really wanted christie to go they had talked with cliff about it and he agreed with them but cliff separately talked to nicole about like either one would be fine.
News in Brief 09 July 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations nations are not doing enough to ensure that every child goes to school and stays there by twenty thirty a k commitment of these twenty thirty global goals agenda unesco set on cheese day according to data from you ends educational scientific and cultural organization one in six youngsters aged between six and seventeen will still be out of plus decades time attendance levels are best in primary school with information from nearly one hundred and fifty countries showing that eighty four percent of children completed this fast educational taryn twenty eighteen up from seventy percent in two thousand with an extra push end investment uscca believes it getting old children into primary school is just possible civil by twenty thirty but it warms the as children get older attendance levels are much lower with four in ten children globally expected not complete secondary education by twenty thirty this figure is likely to grow to half of all youngsters in sub saharan africa forgot where the school age population is growing faster than anywhere else unesco says new cancer treatments and drugs that can be swallowed rather than injected adjusted some of their central medicines that every country should have the world health organization unsettled choose day more than one hundred and fifty countries you see you and agencies essential medicines list which contains around four hundred and sixty by to drugs deemed essential detroit public health needs the latest update adds twenty eight products the adult's at twenty three children and it will say specifies new you just put twenty six already listed products based on value for money evidence and health impacts according to w h o the five counts of therapies added to the list are regarded as the best in terms of survival rates just treat skin melanomas lung blood and prostate cancers they include to recently developed immuno therapies naval you lab and from brazil map that have delivered up to fifty percent survival rate for advanced melanoma skin cancer but until recently with incurable all the updates to the list include new oral antique arguments to prevent stroke hasn't alternative to wolfer and treatment of deep vein thrombosis these up particularly advantageous for low income countries at unlike well friend they do not require regular monitoring the issue of life threatening bleeding off the child was also addressed in this year's essential medicines last update with proposal to use champa tyson rama's dandy counties therapy oxytocin doesn't need refrigerating in related development wh as also updated it's essential diagnostics list in recognition of critical life saving importance of finding out what is wrong with patients before it's too late while the first this issued last year concentrated traded on priority diseases hiv malaria toback he likes this and hepatitis this year's list it covers mono communicable end communicable diseases and finally old grievances linked to violence perpetrated against sudanese protesters test is by security forces across the country should be investigated independently and justice must be served atop you and writes officials say don't choose day speaking at the human rights council andrew gilmore assistance extra general human rights welcomed and last week's reported power sharing deal between the transitioning military authority and civilian representatives he said you instead ready to help the country strengthen the protection of human rights as it embraced civilian rule after mass protests beginning in december last year that led to the playing of precedent alba shift for months later we encourage all parties ensued on the continue to resolve any outstanding issues through dialogue i wish they jar welcomes the agreement reached last week includes a commitment to conduct an independent investigation into the violence perpetrated against peaceful protesters more details have emerged about casualties doing the math protests that took place across their down on the thirtieth of june two thousand nineteen it's important that investigation of contribute to justice and dignity for all victims of such violence in reply sudan's osama have made a express gratitude for regional efforts to resolve tensions inside the country while also acknowledging djing be heroic and inspiring popular revolution lead in particular by young people the sudanese representative duncan fundy imminent release of all political prisoners and many others who've been arrested under a state of emergency lows along with an end to the calf you he
Key to treating epilepsy is talking about it and community engagement: WHO
"This is my well as you're news. Epilepsy affect some fifty million people around the world and eight intent of these live in low to middle income countries. The World Health Organization said on Thursday in interview with you News's Samuel moon guy. WHO's Dr Taryn Dur explains how to help sufferers and what the strategies are that are being put in place to reduce stigma faced by those with the condition. So one of the reason for the high stigma associated with epilepsy is because of the presentation, you had those recurrent body movements. And sometimes, you don't know what are they happen in your afraid about it because it seems you don't have control of your body. And that's why people think that it may be a form of, for example, due to a devil, or things like that. And that because these are unpredictable it when are they going to happen? And so people are afraid that this would mean that you would not like to be interacting, or working closely. It's people like that. And that's the reason for plastic method PC so emergent before there was an what to do during. Ability seizure. What shouldn't you do? So a few things that you should not be doing that to get stressed about it between stop by itself. So I think that's a very important message the other things that are in terms of, don't do his put anything in the mouth, people feel that you might swallow your tongue and so that is impossible. So don't put on drive to open them out. Don't try to restrain. I think these are some of the important don'ts in case of epilepsy. When someone has a heart attack an appeal of see both of them involve convulsive seizures. How could you tell the difference between a heart attack and seizure? This would mean that you would need to do some special tests to understand what is the cause of the person is having these abnormal movement. A good clinical history that is the most important to understand because if you have hard tax, you don't only have abnormal movement, you have other symptoms. For example, you would have been you would have sweating and some of these things that are not seen in a person with epilepsy. Then you would need some these diagnostic tests, less for example, in. Case of heart attack, you would need to electrocardiogram in epilepsy, you would need to do electrons flow Graham, so it is diagnostic investigations can also help you. So how big is this problem epilepsy? So epilepsy is a rain disease common across the world, it affects around fifty million people worldwide and if I look into the numbers, exactly between one in one hundred or one in two hundred people across the world will have epilepsy at any given time. So these are substantially high numbers, it affects people, both sexes all ages. But more common in children and older adults. So what are some of the strategies both in the community legislative wise and into workplace that are being taken to make more awareness of decision. So the most important is having an awareness and advocacy campaign to reduce the stigma around epilepsy. It is important that people with epilepsy should talk about it. I think that's extremely important. What we need protective legislations and policies. For example, people should be allowed to marry. People should be allowed to drive there should not be discriminatory. Employments children with epilepsy, should be allowed to go to schools. So these are very important legislative policy community based intervention strategies that can be undertaken to decrease the stigma and discrimination associated with epilepsy. What it requires is also working together with civil society organizations people with epilepsy and their families because they are the ones to tell you about it that this is a condition, not to be afraid on, this is a condition which requires social inclusion.
Franco-German divisions laid bare in Brexit talks
"To delay. Brexit from six months overriding the objections of French president Emmanuel Macron and setting a Halloween deadline for Britain to leave the block lettering. Con talks to Alex Barker and Gotcha Zan about the considerations informed. The discussions. Onyx? It's the often after very long Brexit summit. We left the building around four o'clock in the morning. We had a result. What was it? So it was Otto thirty first Halloween is the new day for Brexit. It was a difficult discussion. The second time that you leaders of come together in the last month to extend Britain's membership in the union and its controversial because there were very clear differences of you typically between France and Germany over the merits of Britain staying within the union, and it became very clear through the course of the night way. You had the French president Emmanuel Macron taking a very tough approach initially, especially making clear that he wanted a short extension in may or June to keep pressure on the UK to force a decision about this to avoid the UK taking part in European elections next month. For parliament. They want to leave. And at the other end, the majority of you leaders who wanted something that was longer that would take Brexit of their agenda for up to a year and Angola Merckel was one of the strong advocates of that approach in that group as a summit seemed to go on we had to raise may coming doing her dress. But there's only one leader that was the focus of events. And that was mR Macron became out telling us that he was happy with the best possible compromise. And remarkable also came out and said that she was very happy with the result guy. What was the role of the charter in getting Macron into medium extension territory, the, but he's happy with and she was happy with what was have influence over him. I think she had a kind of moderating influence over Macron. I think you had essentially French president with a very tough hard line approach is is is described and you have the other. The camp that wanted to sort of extend it much further out to possibly as far as April next year. And I think Michael was trying to edge towards a compromise that was satisfied both camps. And I think it was very important that she talked about the e use historic responsibility. This is an abiding feature of the kind of rhetoric that Merckel uses on Brexit. She believes that people in twenty to thirty years time. We'll look back and judge the EU on how it handled Brexit, especially the whole concept of a no deal Brexit. She thinks that history will judge the European Union extremely harshly. If it allows written to crash out without a deal. So I think that is her overriding priority in these negotiations to ensure an orderly Brexit one that doesn't damage the version Konami also doesn't damage the European the German economy. So we're left with this Halloween date and. Effectively splitting the difference between the two council were ended up equidistant, but October thirty first the beginning of November is also quite an important moment in the political cycle. Alex. Why does it matter in a year of quite big upheaval that we're in October toiletry rather than say December? What does it mean in the us life cycle post-election world? It's a big transitional year for the EU all of institutions will have a new president appointed in the coming year. And November is a time when the European Commission leadership will change and Brown's had worried that Britain's continuation as a Member State would start kind of pollute the normal day-to-day business of the EU, and it retains all the rights and powers of membership yet wants to leave this union and November's the point where it would have been potentially nominating. A European Commissioner. From the UK and would be taking decisions about shaping the club in the future. Even when Britain still intended to leave. And so this provides a bit of security about those concerns by limiting the kind of influence of the UK would be able to have their will other commitments given. But it's quite hard to do it legally because alternately all the voicing powers Britain has would still be there. I'm gonna Mirka when she walked into the room. We saw laughing and joking one diplomat described demeanor as quite relaxed on the other hand you had Mr. Macron for whom the stakes were very high. He walked into the room telling us that unit his project, the sorts of of the was a stake in the end we managed to come somewhere in the middle. But was this a seminal summit for the Franco-German relationship were talking to someone an expert on the think tank in Berlin softening who made a very interesting point, which is the really in a way the difference that we have between France and Germany on this issue of delaying. Brexit is actually indicative of much bigger split between Germany, and France, which is their attitude to reform the EU, I mean Micron essentially has this idea that Brexit is a big distraction from as you put it the European renaissance, and the sooner we get rid of this destruction the better so that we can get on with the task. Of reforming overhauling the EU. Now Merckel is very very cautious. We know that. But she's quite conservative. When it comes to big rolls of the dice, reforming the EU. So actually for her this issue of Brexit being a distraction is actually less relevant because overhauling the EU is also less of a priority for her on. It's actually becoming increasingly difficult to persuade Taryn party the Christian Democrats of the wisdom of doing these bold reforms. So in a way, she is much more supportive of these sort of incremental steps and also in a way, she's trying desperately to ensure that there are no big cataclysms that will hurt the EU and could actually lead to the disintegration of the EU. That's her main concern is keeping the EU together. And I think she feels that Brexit is potentially such a destabilizing thing that needs to be managed incredibly well in order to keep. P- a you cohesion to maintain aid. You you should not sexually top priority. Alex. He's been in Brussels long enough to know that the Franco-German relationship has been through a few ups and downs. How would you judge where we are right now given that yesterday or last night very apparent the mR Macron was pretty isolated an even though Michael bottom around. He seemed to have backed himself into a bit of a corner is that an ominous sign for how these two partners go ahead and future. I mean, the French president had a bit of support in the room. But clearly he was in a minority, and it's very rare to see such clear differences in public while public as a summit gets voiced clearly in such a sustained manner over something that's as important as this issue, the French and Germans tend to keep their differences private or try to always huge divergences in outlook of many big policy areas. But. It's more and more creeping into the public realm. They're more comfortable about speaking in opposition to each other and use that to some extent last night, some of it was tactical considerations. Should they go short and keep the pressure on the UK to make the labor party feel that there was a no deal imminent that it was time to really compromise. Or should they go long take it off, the EU agenda give the UK time and possibly make all the Brexit. Who think a no deal is a good thing. Think that the whole Brexit may be lost in it's time to compromise and do a deal. So that was a legitimate question there, but underlying the differences between the French and gyms was more fundamental difference in outlook about the European interest over Brexit in mccombs view. It is in the European interest for this to end as soon as possible and potentially for Europe to continue without the UK. In the view of Berlin. It would be better for this to resolve itself in his consensual away as possible and ideally probably for the Brits to stay in. That was the fundamental difference in outlook, the orientated both leaders last night and actually caused all the trouble in the room. No leaders last night ruled out another extension pasta. But which means we could be back having this clash of philosophies again. And it'll be interesting to see whether if we're back in Newton, Macron's vision might win over the longer ones. But. We'll have to wait and see very much guys.
Breast Cancer, ACP And Dr Taryn Rula discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Nearly two hundred seventy thousand American women are expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. This comes amid debate and conflicting recommendation. For mammograms sixty five percent of women forty and over have had a screening in the past two years. And now there are new guidelines for some women CBS, Dr Taryn Rula has more. The ACP says evidence shows annual mammographies can lead to more harm such as anxiety over false, positives and unnecessary testing. And that annual mammograms versus biennial show. No significant difference in breast cancer death rate. The new guidance is meant to provide clarity to existing and sometimes conflicting screening recommendations. The ACP also said Dr should not use clinical breast exams to screen for breast cancer. The American college of physicians recommends the majority of women getting mammogram every other year beginning at age fifty and younger women should speak to their doctors about the
New Zealand to Change Gun Laws After Mass Shooting Kills 49
"New Zealand's Prime minister vowing to change the nation's gun laws following the terror attack on two mosques and Christ Church just send our Dern told her nation. The main suspect carried five firearms including two semiautomatic weapons in Friday's mass shootings that left forty nine dead. Australian terror suspect Brennan Taryn is charged with murder in the shooting rampage say he had a firearms license faith leaders around the world are calling for unity and tolerance following the attacks. World Council of religious leaders secretary general Bob Jamison, everyone can take steps to tackle their prejudices. Go to them. What did? Jane, Colin world leaders to commit to a common set of human principles and restore responsible decision-making. Meanwhile, he suggests the regular people could make a difference by learning more about the people around
Kamala Harris's presidential campaign kicks off with a rally in Oakland
"Rolled out her campaign for the democratic presidential nominee in two thousand twenty for more KCBS and chronicle in center field matere and former San Francisco mayor Willie Brown stopped by the chat with our STAN Bunger and Susan Lee Taylor about this. Kamala Harris has an official launch this Sunday in Oakland. Why go to the trouble of doing that what's important about an official role out in Oakland? She is I think trying to make sure she identifies with the place of or. For her career. That's where she was born ways and started a DA career on that side of the bay. And it's a good thing after all she's had an incredible week. You would think that it was George Clooney making his announcement petty running everybody of screener lack of superstar and go into Oakland. I just hope there's a crowd. Yeah. Because that's going to be the first judge. I mean, they picked Oakland in part because she was she was born there. She didn't grow up there. She grew up in Berkeley, which is next door. And then she went to Montreal. And then she was a DA there. But they picked it in part because it fits in with the narrative, it's not same. But but but also it was where Barack Obama held his big rally in California. Now, the question is can she match that because everybody's going to say, okay? If you built book a room, and you book, applause, it you gotta fill it. And the question is whether the buzz is gonna fill it or whether they got the operation just don't recall, Barack Obama's before you even got his wheels rolling in his campaign facing trouble from the left the way Harris is on this issue of is she sufficiently liberal as a prosecutor. Well, a and that will unfold itself as things go on because after all she not gonna get elected just by being on the left. Bonnie Sanders has proven that not work. And therefore, she must be what she is. And believe me, the rollout is not phony at all. At is. Yeah. It is true notice in the whole roll out. You're not mentioned anywhere said not phony. You're not in the book you were. Her rise. You you put her on commissions, you dated her when she was a DA. I mean, mayor Brown. Until she got better days. A lot of people in the league. I better taste though. She didn't indict, you know. No, no. But she did threaten me once said you tell him jaywalking is a capital offense in my DO sticks. Well, so she wants tough on crime. So from the left running in order for her to get through the democratic primary process. She has got to appeal to the lettuce. Tight rope on that. She is her team is trying to position her through social media as the progressive prosecutor. And what they're trying to do is say yes to those people you're talking about while still throwing the word prosecutor in there for the middle of the road voters saying top would in fact, you know, there's a back and forth on that. She's got an incredible talent to grab a phrase and make it work. I could not have conceived of combo Harris for the people that's how she always had to announcer itself as the DA in any case, the Willie Brown film, Macaire stand Banga for the people. It is such a great phrase. It's as good as make America. Great again. It'd be interesting to see which one they pick. But it's going to be. It's the rollout. I think the biggest thing she's got going for her right now is that Joe Biden and the others aren't in the race. Is it you're still out there with the preliminary people, so you get a buzz, but buzz is not boats. Would have been the Taryn
"taryn" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"We'll say all right. Jonathan Bennett Taryn that was your first pick in the draft Jonathan I thought how solid night other than potentially going to be up on the block when he loses a competition to lock day. He had the best tonight of any of them until the final thirty second. When turned out to be potentially the worst night of all of them. So you know, fortunes rise in fortunes fall. But I thought he did pretty well apart from the twists. Yes, melissa. Do. You agree that Jonathan did everything right up until he did the wrong thing happened to him. Yeah. I mean, I feel like he was he wasn't as over the top as I thought he was going to be in the house. I mean, it's possible. They weren't showing us a lot of his stuff in the house. But I was very nervous. He was going to get in there. And just be so out there that people are going to get turned off. But it seemed like people seem. I really like him. I mean, he was picked first for the competition. So that's gotta means something if you go by elementary gym class, and you know, I just felt like he I loved his reactions in the beginning. When various celebrities were coming in like when the mood came in. Oh, my. Yeah. The whitest is I've ever seen. I really liked that. Because you know, I always thought that in the like backstage when they're waiting to be called on that they were kind of mixing and mingling with each other like or at least could see other like, oh, hey, you're here, you're here. Okay. Cool now, we're about Talgo on. But it kind of gives me the impression. I mean, it's possible that it's just totally fake. But it gave me the impression it's possible that they're handled by handlers separately. And then they bring them in wanted a time. So that really is the first time that they see each other on that stage. Turn what do you think you think that that is how it works? I think so I mean, there's no reason to not do it that way this if they want like big reactions, which I'm sure they did. So I don't see any reason to to doubt that also Jonathan had the sickest burn on the OJ and Kato kaylin of the night tonight. I thought they don't fail in is going to be a tough one to keep survive. The hardest of how ever. Ouch. Yeah. Jay jokes. Hey, that's worth. We're we're just reported on this show. Okay. Don't add us. Yeah. I mean, look, I don't know. I don't know that was Cato in his prime. Who knows what he knows what he's capable of. Now. Surviving..
Celebrity Big Brother Season 2 Cast List: Anthony Scaramucci, Joey Lawrence, Dina Lohan and More
"Dina lo Han will be in the celebrity big brother house v. Former White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci will be in the house. We have Tamar a Barack Ston ho co host of the real and sister of Toni Braxton is going to be in the house. We have actor Jonathan Bennett and former co star of Lindsay Lohan and comedian Tom green is also going to be in the big brother cast Taryn those who your twelve names. Yes. I've got to say, I I'm not a celebrity person in general. But I feel like I did recognize maybe a little bit more from this cast than I did the previous one. And I like what I see. Okay. All right. So Taryn,
"taryn" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
"It just came through me, and I kept tuning into the gut sense and my instincts about what to do next and the timing of them all and that's really what led me here. And how would you describe the class because it's pretty unique. And it's a prising in that it's called the class. And there's you know before you go into the class, you're like, okay. This is going to be like, really, woo, wound spiritual. And there's an element of that. Which is really powerful. Like I've cried during the class. But it's also like, wait. I'm doing jumping jacks. Like, yeah. That's the last thing. I would expect from what I know about Taryn to me. And how cathartic this experience could be it's crazy that jumping jacks can do that for you. How what led you to integrating? Yes. Such simple calisthenics into the class. And how'd you describe? The experience of being there will the class. It's it's a music driven self study through physical conditioning. That's that's a long sentence. Yes. It's all music based and were using the were intentionally creating discomfort in the physical body to see where the mine goes to study yourself to get to know yourself. The reason why the movements are what they are is because we don't in the whole design and the teacher training of the class. We don't speak about things like spirit or soul until you have gained the trust of the room by using music by using the cues, you can do it or don't you can't do this wrong. You're welcome to leave. You can lay down you give people permission to do. Whatever they want using those places. They do it. All like, okay. I'm not being told through something. There's no approaches is yelling anything anyone that feels comfortable the movements are done. Because when I mean, I loved humping jacks of love purpose. I like long bridges like working, my dominoes. I like push ups. I like all of these things. So the way that we do is we work one most per song we start from Seoul's effete work the way up the body only after you've gained the trust. The room in the mirrors are fogged over and you've engaged fire deep fire in the physical body. That's when the teachers able to offer out things like that is your brain is in Oregon. This is your physical body, and you have a spirit that has chosen this body, and your spirit embodied feel it and only then you bring it up..
Sir Philip Green: Non-disclosure agreements explained
"This week's main good news was dominated by nondisclosure agreements on Wednesday, the Daily Telegraph splash, a permanent businessman had spent half a million pounds on an injunction to stop the paper putting allegations of sexual harassment and bullying the rooms of who this was exploded on Thursday when Peter Hain use parliamentary privilege in house of lows to feel that it was syphilis. Green the retail top. Shop Mogo d do the right thing and do nondisclosure agreements. Need for forming Saran degree let's begin with specifics of this case the Daily Telegraph being conducted an eight month investigation into cer-, Philip green. It's spoken to lots of people would put forward allegations about his behavior. Green denies all these allegations, we should state, and they wanting to publish this nece, some points activators legal team spent five hundred thousand pounds on high powered lawyers and gotten in junction, the junction was not about the Dita's the story, but it was about the nondisclosure agreements signed between the people putting allegations and the retail mogul himself. So what happened next? So having had an extraordinary from page of the telegraph this week with the blackout shape saying we've been prevented from naming the senior business man who's been accused of these inappropriate workplace behaviors you then had what became a bit of a sort of game of parliamentary. There as to who was going to use parliamentary privilege, which is where MP's amperes or allowed without redress to say things in parliament without being sued, for example, and that will room even Wednesday around PM queues at an MP was going to name the individual concern that didn't happen. But then yesterday in a moment of kind of high drama in the house of lords Peter Hain, the former labor minister decided to name Philip green as individuals of the telegraph had been trying to go after and the individual who had spent all this money on what was popularly seen as gagging. Clause to gag the press and also to gag the complaints against him. It's way more complicated than that. However, two out of the five complainants actually supported the injunction, and there's been a major backlash since Peter Hain took this action against his decision to do. So because parliament privilege where you're actively say all legal system has got this wrong. And so is opponent Taryn decided to speak out about it and overrule the courts is very very very rarely used and should only be used an extremist, and there's been a serious amount of criticism even from other former home secretaries against Petain from his own side. And there is historical precedent for this which was doing the host Sufen junction era. John hemming who is a liberal Democrat MP used parliamentary privilege in the house of Commons to name Ryan Giggs football for having a super junction again about details of his private life. And when it happened, then when it happened with Lord in this week this respective speakers of those houses will very unhappy about because parliament privileged should only be used in those extreme circumstances. And it will be interesting to see whether this injunction is still how because they were now in this ought situation where everyone is reporting about the green, but the details of the allegations sto cannot republished because the injunction is those standing in the Telegraph's co. On so Philip to drop the injunction, but still no sign of that at the moment. That's also what's weird about Peter Hanes decision to use paunchy privileged to name Philip green. Which is that the actually the legal had not yet been exhausted. I think that's a really crucial point to remember. So yes, indeed. The telegraph is still sort of stuck in a slight publishing limbo about the details of the story. And meanwhile, whistled of all plunged into this quite interesting debate about the role of NDA's in commercial life. Whether they're actually being abused not to
Cult fitness guru Taryn Toomey explains what 'the class' really is
Applebee's $1 Zombie Drinks Are Here Just in Time for Halloween
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"taryn" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Armstrong. Taryn, Matt is at Matla gory. You can find me on twitch. Twitch dot TV, slash Taryn Armstrong if you want to and. For you. So thank you for joining us. We'll see you next time. Keeping a close enough space between. The way all Dan, since way into the music girl them buddy and how you move. And every time you cross my girl lose. Alexa play the country heat playlist. Okay. With Amazon music voices. All you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today. Giving a beach not close enough. So that's based between who. Who. The way all dance dance way into the music girl. Then buddy and how you move. And every time you cross my girl lose. Alexa play the country heat playlist. Okay. With Amazon music voices. All you need, get tens of millions of songs, download the Amazon music app today..
Zack Martin of Dallas Cowboys out with knee injury
"And Gabor Pro Bowl right guard Zack Martin suffered a knee injury in the second quarter didn't return Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett Date, on Martin And we'll get an MRI. Tomorrow on it I think the initial evaluation, was was positive but we'll certainly get. That reconfirm tomorrow Did, he hit the helmet hit his name Get one. Low on him is what. I was told I didn't, see the play Randy Gregory been out. There for the first time Your impressions of, what is hard to tell exactly how we play but it looked like he played with a good spirit. Was active look like it. Was around the quarterback a, few times get, off he looked quick. And explosive and, you know you look like himself he's a really. Really natural pass rusher with a lot of, skill so he plays ten snaps in the game. Which is the number that we wanted for him and hopefully. This'll be. A. Stepping stone for for more action the future Those four practices. How much did he lobbied to play tonight at the goal. All along Wasn't saw practice we heard him being able. To play in this game I mean certainly he's been, wanting to play the whole time so we wanted to be deliberate with him and. He, he went through all the steps that we want him to. Go through any practice well so we thought. This was the right number snaps forum, tonight it looks like handled it well out concerned you are about Zack Again the doctors were. Somewhat optimistic based on the initial evaluation but. We'll see more tomorrow Sort, safety woods now having a hamstring showers until, knee injury it as the issue yeah we we have a numbers issue there right now so we're allowed to evaluate who's going to be available for us, and we have to if we have to get somebody else look good again in this I look very. Comfortable and confident, made some plays in the pocket made some plays out of the. Pocket and you know I just think he he's really running the show the right way he's. Got great command of what we wanna do and consistently allow us to move the football it was good to, see him cash in on the one drive the scrambled player to the left to Terrence. Really good job Taryn staying alive and. Great, poise by at the end of the. Down, so a really good outing back Zack Martin he just, signed a six year extension ABC's with Dallas that included forty million guaranteed ESPN's Todd. Archer reports that Morton as a hyperextended
North Korea frustrates US as 'maximum pressure' eases on sanctions
"To restore Some US sanctions on, Iran that's how relieved as we check local news, at Baxter's in the Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom in San Francisco what, do we know it Doug well says it plans tougher penalties. On, the country's oil sales in November about the order restricts now purchases of dollar banknotes by Iran which is meant to prevent Iran from acquiring. Various industrial metals the president said over the weekend and I hope everything's gonna be fine with us in Iran but I will tell you they are a much. Different country than they were four months ago HAMAs Amman Taryn and president Hassan Rwanda headed says negotiations in sanctions at the same. Time meaningless if someone stands in. Front of his rival or enemy. And pushes a knife against her arm and seeks talks the responses he should I put his knife in his pocket and come to the negotiating table and use logic the measures take effect. Tomorrow North Korea telling the US it is myopic on, denuclearization will get, nothing, from its maximum pressure campaign Donald Trump continues. To say things are going well secretary of state Mike Pompeo saying that the the north is not the. Nuclearising and says the US? Has its eye on the wrong thing it says and the Korean war that's what the North Korea. Saying, stranded travelers in the Indonesian island, of Lombok are starting to make their way out the island. Hit by two major quakes and, a period of a week along with our aftershocks be Vandenbossche, myths has been volunteering with her children aftershock crying again and you know it's it's very unsettling Feeling so myself and, my two daughters, or, fourteen and fifteen I think they had like three or four kids Yeah the two quakes measuring six point four and six point nine with all. Those aftershocks at least ninety eight people, have. Died thousands are homeless Manafort trial right hand man Rick gates on the stand. Testifying that he and Manafort had fifteen foreign accounts they did not report to the federal government and they knew. They were. Illegal Japan plan for, daylight savings tests next summer moving the clocks ahead. Two hours, to beat the heat during the Olympics, global news twenty four hours a day on aeronautic talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in. More than one. Hundred twenty countries. In San, Francisco I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg all right. Eight past the hour John stoltzfus is our guest he's managing director is. Also the chief investment, strategist at Oppenheimer and company John always a pleasure no. Shortage of dark clouds over, global markets these days but in. Spite of that we have the US equity market Kind of continuing to. Tread higher I mean is, this surprising to you at all Not to us when we've gotten accustomed to, walk this market climb walls of. Worry for, the last nine and a half years It looks like it. Can, it's continuing to do that now. And now it's supported by sharply improved. Fundamental in terms of revenue growth and earnings growth admittedly. Aided and abetted by tax reform but overall, things continue to get better and. It's significant, offsets, to many of the words John this is, David inherent here in Hong Kong but it's not spreading equally though I mean I I look. Under the hood at the moment so we're about one percent from the all time. High and the s.. And p., five hundred but only four percent of the index. Is that a new fifty two week high that tells me that I mean that tells me it's just. The few stocks reading it's carrying the weight and the market doesn't look really as it's not as healthy as it looks centrally what do you think You know what we what, we look at is we'll take. We'll take, the, the sectors of the s. and p. five. Hundred and just take a look at the way they've been performing not just thought on a. Year to date faces if you look at those I mean my gosh you've got. Tech is up sixteen. Percent consumer, discretionary is up four to healthcare is up over. A energies I'm very modest four and a half and of course you've got you know very flattish returns. In terms of performance From real estate USA financials can't get out of their own way because they're? Not getting, a steepling yield curve to the extent that everybody wants to see industrials are? Held hostage materials? By, trade world worries and Staples will stable, to toast is its own story because Staples has run into problems as a result of changing consumer habits and competition globally in, the international realm and telcos well that's a whole. Other story that got to, be a reorganized sector, in just a few weeks. It's up. To what about though the argument of a small cap versus mid. Cab versus the, multinational names I mean. Is that something you're paying, much attention, to where where market capitalisation is concerned Doug You know what makes spoken before you may? Recall we are market cap. Agnostic, so and the reason why we are is we feel these these markets we have seen developed over the last nine and a half, years and I've been in the business for thirty, five but Last night and a half years. Very prone to rebalancing. And rotation we think partially.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Attend Friend's Wedding on Her Birthday
"Quickstart from relief factor maybe all you need to lower or even eliminate these pains whole, lot of people have already. Gone to relief factor dot com and here's something you need to know the majority of people. Who ordered the three week quickstart now only nineteen ninety-five go on to order more let's see if we can get you. Out of pain To go to relieffactor dot com Just. Weeks after tying the knot themselves the Duke and duchess. Of Sussex are at another wedding. Let's Karen Shamas reports this time they're the guests Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were attending the. Wedding of the prince's longtime fan. Charlie van Stubbins e today's jank's the ceremony also happens to. Be taking place on Megan's thirty seventh birthday fence job and see has nine the prince since childhood and was an Ashrat. Harry Megan's wedding at Windsor Castle in may the prince Wartelle Cates in sunglasses and Meghan is short sleeved dress and matching fascinates as a couple arrived at the medieval chat isn't Mary the virgin. Franson forty miles. Southwest of London Taryn Shammas London Francis first baby panda celebrates his one year anniversary today with, a, birthday, cake, comprised, of bamboo. Honey apples oranges strawberries and lemons the panda named Yongming weighs about sixty six pounds and has recently started eating bamboo while still suckling milk from its mother townhall dot com New concerns about the security of computer tablets offered to win mates prompted Colorado with. Authorities to take. Away all fifteen thousand of its tablets from their state prisoners confiscation comes a week after Idaho, officials, said, three, hundred, sixty four. Inmates exposed a glitch in their tablets that they use to apply a total of two hundred twenty five thousand and credits to their accounts Which they said to send emails free music play games. Read books or take classes officials in Colorado declined to discuss the security. Issue that led the Goths gate the tablets. Department of correction, spokesman Mark Fairbairn says the predators were not using the tablets to hack into computer systems or to take money Patrick fos reporting a statue of confederate general Robert E Lee. On Richmond's famed monument avenue has been vandalized with red paint splattered on the statue's base letters on apparent reference to the black lives matter movement also sprayed on the base Virginia capitol police say this is This is a. Lot of the Hoover Institution for townhall.
Zimbabwe says election is clean; opposition is skeptical
"It's understood Mr. Wolfman later apologized and was, told he would not, face further action the labor MP Luciana Berger has called for. Him to, be suspended and Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson tweeted last night that Peter Wildman was allowed mouth bully adding he disgusts me a. Labor spokesperson said the party didn't. Comment on individual cases the opposing signs in Zimbabwe's elections on both. Claiming to have done well but no official results have yet been released the opposition leader Nelson. Chamisa said his claim, was based, on results from the majority of more than ten thousand polling stations Andrew. Harding reports from Harare election officials have only confirmed a. High turnout here in Zimbabwe. But, on social media the opposition leader Nelson, Chamisa and his supporters already declaring victory in contrast Zanu PF officials are insisting that early indications. From polling stations around, the country showed. Their party is on track to retain power foreign observers said the voting process Was peaceful and by and large orderly but after years of rigged and disputed. Elections there is. Now an anxious wait and a close focus on the counting process. To ensure these results will be accepted by all sides the owner of British Gas Centrica, says it's prophets for the first half of the year were affected. By. The price cap on prepayment Mueller's introduced last year and the continuing loss of. Customers the firm has reported pre-tax profits of six hundred twenty six million, pounds for the six months to June the. Fall of less than half of, one percent but announced a twenty percent drop in underlying operating prophets for its consumer Centric. Is, chief executive in told us the firm was ready for any new price caps we, have to keep a, very close eye on wholesale costs on all the other input. Costs including, smart metering costs and other things in advance of potential price cap what we are doing is encouraging our customers off the standard. Variable Taryn and we are develop Ping and have, developed a large number of, other propositions for customers that they seem to really want councils in England say the issue of how to..
"taryn" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Taryn any anything else you wanna add? We'll don't forget about Instagram. I know you just follow the Inzerillo my God, my life is changed so much. Now that folic Trevor bars on Graham. So many great photos. My boyfriend. Yes, it's, it's, it's great. Thanks again. These guys really enjoyed. Okay. Take care. All right. There you have it. Trevor Boris. He go. It was fun. I thought that maybe you were gonna tell him about the triple eviction at maybe don't do anymore, triple Vic, shins. Well, actually, when we were in Toronto, I did have that conversation with them. So I felt like like I've already told him how much I hate these things. I don't really fictions ago, so exactly. Yeah, it's not gonna do much. Yes. Well, maybe they'll say next year they'll surprise you with a quadruple vixen. Oh, my. He said he, they needed a new ideas. No, they. All right. Attaran. Thank you for taking your eyes off the live feeds for a few minutes to join us here today. Of course. Thank you for. Catch Taryn again every morning on the lives that we back again on Sunday night with the recap of this week's nomination. So beyond the lookout for that. Thanks again. Everybody take care..
"taryn" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"First patients in the world to be fused with machine i'm trying to think of the most delicately i can say humanism sort of i mean i think we gosh i i'm i'm being so careful on what i'm saying just because i haven't released anything sorry i don't want no it's okay i'm so excited about it and i can't wait to get it done but we're you know we're we've been working with medical institutions and really fancy people about leaking anything have you seen anything that may till your mind yet yeah yeah i mean the the future is i think so exciting and full of possibility and my hope is that a storytellers particularly to two females at the helm of this not that there's anything that man couldn't do but just like i hope that we can tell a different story than the one that people are used to so you're sitting here talking about fearmongering this is the opposite of that i think we paint a very bright picture of something that has typically been showcased in all the dystopia in films and shows that you've seen and with real humans so i'm very excited about repacking repackaging that story beautiful taron pygmies so much soon by this conversation ficiating how can people find you just you can follow me on twitter taryn southern youtube taryn southern instagram taryn southern all the social media's i don't post a lot but i'm not as epic as you your twitter is the best god bless he's so fun to you so much taryn thank you great thank you so much for this wonderful conversation all the links.
U.S. service member killed in "apparent insider attack" in Afghanistan
"Hour presented by theraworx relief i'm sam litzinger north korea's accusing washington to making gangster liked demands to pressure the country into abandoning its nuclear weapons beyond yang issued a statement just hours after secretary of state mike pompeo wrapped up two days of talks with senior north korean officials korea expert gordon chang has advice for the white house this is a time for president trump to say that this is unacceptable and walk away from the talks remember he did that in the runup to the june twelfth summit and the north koreans immediately became conciliatory i think we need to see the president do the same thing now because the north korean language is unacceptable the talks ended with commitments for new discussions on denuclearization and the repatriation of the remains of american soldiers killed during the korean war officials in afghanistan saying american service member was killed and two others wounded in what appears to abandon an insider attack cbs news correspondent bill rakoff socalled greenonblue attack is the latest in a series of incidents in which afghan forces have turned their weapons on international troops with whom they're working nato officials say that the wounded service members are in stable condition and are currently being treated they say the incident is under investigation a local police officer says the shooting happened at an airport in taryn cut the capital of eras gan province officials in thailand for now conditions are perfect to try to rescue twelve boys in their soccer coach trapped inside of flooded cave let's say a decision will have to be made soon before more rainfalls antiviolence protesters marched along chicago interstate shutting down traffic in an effort to draw attention to the gun violence that's claimed hundreds of lives in some of the city's poorest neighborhoods and a pressure public officials to do more to stop it the demonstrators were led by antiviolence activists father michael flanagan demanding meetings with the governor off mary demand the next week governors criticizing chicago's mayor for allowing the protesters onto an interstate highway the american civil liberties union is running ads in alaska and maine focused on those states moderate us senators ahead of president trump's nomination of a new supreme court justice the ads directed at republicans lisa murkowski and susan collins reference their past support for planned parenthood the ads say americans must know where mr trump's nominee will stand on roe v wade that's the decision that established a women's right to abortion this is cbs.
"taryn" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Follow me on twitter at armstrong taryn can follow brent at one lucky gay and you can find me on twitch taryn armstrong so do that watch the feeds with me sometimes it's a lot of fun all right let's get into the spoilers let's do it disease this is your last chance get out of here get out first question from the spoiler question shelly wants to know how you feeling moderately better i've been sick the last few days so tweeted out that you're you're going perfect attendance that that there's apparently patron price for that so legitimate prize but you you know know these updates need to keep running i honestly i was more with skip the recap than the update but i felt i'm just telling you telling everybody that i can do it so i i almost did ask you to fill in on the on the update but but i started to feel feel a little bit better and my clearly my voice actually works even if it is slightly different pitch so let's talk about the spoilers we know that did not use the veto but brent how're the votes shaping up right now because i don't even know if they're totally solidified at this point they're not solidified at this point but if i had to guess i would guess is probably going to be something like ten to three maybe it might even be thirteen zero or twelve to one with jc voting to keep sam tyler the thing that's happening right now is that tyler things that he's running everything and then the bros along with rachel and angela have all jointly decided after the rose outta talk last night that they don't really feel good they don't you know it's so much it's so fun to talk about you know what we're just gonna vote this way and it's going to be seventy six we don't care we're going down with our team and then when the when eviction night approaches everybody gets cold feet it's very rare that you see a vote actually come down to vixen night people are going to stay on their side if they know which way the votes are gonna fall i'm sort of bummed about that i don't want the one side to just fall over to steve side just so i'm clear on what's happening i think that the level six alliance is at least last i saw before i started this recap is looking like they're going to flip their votes to steve they don't really feel but first of all santa's unexposed her power to them and sam still thinks that she has i think tyler has led her led her to believe that he's trying to get all the votes for her that he is getting all the votes that he has at least six or seven so she thinks she's staying steeping that he's staying and she has an exposed this power yet now if she gets wind of the fact that she's not gonna stay i think she will tell them that she has the power however it doesn't look like they're going to tell her that they are voting against your and so the last minute but they aren't going to tell her rachel angel talking about the fact that they don't want sam to go out basically thirteen zero and not really know that it's coming if she thinks she's staying so i'm not i'm not exactly sure what's gonna happen i knew tyler was working on kaelin's vote tyler might be able to get kaelin's vote but it might be four not if the level six alliance doesn't mean they have the votes in the first place and they don't really feel like you know what winston bread or like and let me say good on steve because he's done an admirable job getting close to winston brett winston bread and making them feel like i'm beneficial having the game sam whatever you will say about her being a robot or her inability to play big brother or just being bad at big brother she has not done a good job at that and bus they want to keep steve so they're ruining all our fun taryn yeah there were a lot of different ways this vote could have flipped there was this idea mhm rockstar to have some hanky votes blame them on the bros and then that would have ended up with potentially a vote where steve goes home accident that's probably not going to happen because sam tried.
"taryn" Discussed on EconTalk
"Way towards these ideas also offer testing grounds to learn about the pitfalls that you're describing you know we talked about property and the way this could be for spectrum and intellectual property and so forth in voting even though the voting system it's quite radical we already have a startup that's doing it for polling and market research and we're interested in online agregation and the name it is and we'll put a link up to the site it's called a collective decision engines and in the immigration system you could try piloting it in a city as we talked about you know different areas might take different approaches so with each one of these ideas we have some very near term concrete relatively uncontroversial steps that you can take in that direction and at the same time there's this growing movement i don't know if your listeners follow the blockchain space at all but yeah so within blockchain there's a lot of interest in in these ideas and those are sort of experimental communities that are trying out different ways of arranging things and my guess is that some of them are likely to experiment with this one of the leaders of theorem batalik taryn recently wrote about his interest in these ideas so that's another interesting testing ground but the reason why propose these things such a bold and sort of visionary away even though i expect there to be increments towards it is that i think that we are desperately missing an alternative vision that people feel could potentially address the problems of inequality and stagnation political conflict that we're facing society and i think in the absence of an alternative vision.
"taryn" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Thank you thank you repeat that again taryn as you do not ever let somebody tell you that you're there you can't talk to them during the double of action all those people that are gonna play brother in the future if you're fan of the show and you tweeted me before and you end up on big brother if you go on a show and you just let people talk in the storage room while you know that they're talking about you i i don't know you i don't know you don't come to me if you're a victim because you need to get in there and fight and spill the tea and tell them what's really going on and fight for yourself honestly just getting in people's faces and looking them in the eye is sometimes enough to make them you know what i'm not going to target you today i'm going to target this person over here who's out on the couch like just be more aggressive and i was glad to see the johnny was playing that heart yes so that leads us into week five where erica is going to once again when the wage and once again mattie is going to be her initial target at this point again we're going to see paris lots of repeats here paris is going to be very frustrated she's going to talk to the cameras i need to start winning competitions my allies are leaving stupid erica keeps winning erica gone and kayla she's dead to me i is the worst i hate that she keeps surviving erica won't target daylight so frustrating she goes to erica would you please.
"taryn" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"taryn" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Please welcome i'm so excited back podcasting with taryn armstrong taryn are you i'm great although if i don't end up winning a pizza party by the end of this podcast i'm going to be pretty annoyed i'd better at least get some wendy's out of this yes so impressed i watched taryn do a whole podcast about big brother by himself on sunday was amazing that he doesn't even have a guest sometimes and talks about big brother and then we just do point counterpoint with myself yes and even better now tonight we have a fantastic guest with us here to talk about everything from big brother canada three and big brother canada five please welcome the great brunello to the podcast burner how are you amazing what's up thinking for having me guys looking forward tonight for sure yes bruno very excited to talk with you as well thank you for joining us tonight and really to dig into i thought this was a really good episode taryn yes yeah enjoyed it i think that they had a lot of good material and they they managed to not totally mess it up so that's great bruno has been going for you you know what things are gonna amazing i can't complain at all life's been good at busy keeping busy kids keep me busy everything's great for sure hear that bruno i hear that we're going to take your questions here tonight hashtag rha you can pose your questions in the chat room as well scott saintpierre is standing by and we'll talk about everything from this interesting episode tonight here or four kayla as she decides who her nominees are going to be bruno big brother candidates six so far what do you.
"taryn" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"It's it's it's like the taryn show of podcast feeds you pick and choose which ones you wanna listen to but if you download them all that's great for us that's great for us so please do download them all make sure you play through all the ads on youtube yes absolutely coming out the back end makes you all that go to rob as website dot com you can comment on the page there you can tweet at us at armstrong taryn scott where can people find you at scott s t p or most platforms yes so if you ever want to complain about tech problem you know where to go absolutely yeah people people tweeted me and then i swear to you and i'm like well now i'm the one bugging why can't other people bug scott it's all good all right well thank you again scott for for joining me and thank you to all of the listeners all of you podcast enthusiasts all five of you that made it all the way through no i think i think people especially the the true rha people not if you don't hear this actually we should have a hashtag now to see if anyone made it to the end the chew chew r j p fans what's it gonna hashtag we can just make it hashtag scott sdp scott tpc because i'll be very unique yes there you go all right well yes is tweet at us hashtag scott sdp and thank you for joining us i'll see you next time.
"taryn" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Do in earlier today taryn do want to tell people we can't talk while you're doing earlier today you're gambling oh yes yes he's doing you're gambling craps the robot actually decided to play some craps so i thought that was very cool yeah right right before i came up through the podcast lost your money i did i did lose some money but having some fun here in reno so make sure you check out the the updates our morning and then of course thursday night after the double vision we will be live talking about the every everything that goes down on that double of action very very fun stuff hopefully will be going on we'll see who's around to to join us on that that podcast and check out my taryn show interview with kirsten very very fun stuff really recommended it was very fun time she talked about her experience you obviously can't go into detail about her experiences gatecrasher but she could talk about the emotional impact that it had and so we talked about that a lot fun stuff there even though it was also sad okay cool it was funny we we also talked about neo pets and how she used to scam people out of their poor little pets and ruin their lives so fun really does belong in the devil category she she also isn't a fan of scifi monster that's here in seventeen of a monster yeah all right well thank you everyone for joining us it's been very fun podcast you can follow us on twitter at armstrong taryn brent is at one lucky gay melissa is at its melissa with three as makes you check out the rupaul drag race podcast that rent is doing anything special heading coming up for that funds season gosh darn it it's really really fun season ten obviously just the the queen's that are on the season a really great i encourage all of you who have not watched people's drag race before to watch it we've only had one episode and the person went home could i mean you didn't miss much but the first challenge was really fun.
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"If you are a single on valentine's day and you are not happy about that fact then you're not going to have a very fun time probably speak directly to me taryn railroad a thanksgiving especially thanksgiving is even more about family i think than than even christmas look if you don't have a family or you don't have a good relationship with your family i i think especially if you don't have a good relationship with your family because then like like why why are you going to thanksgiving wh why why are you shunning your family you terrible horrible monster like why why are you why aren't you le loving them unconditionally seeing all of these social media post about people anxious about how it like managed by racist oncle older selfies is made me very thankful that we the thanked him he's not a thing of air so yeah that's one thing but i'm glad icon relates it well what about charles dickens day isn't that basically the same thing are there any holidays that you that you feel strongly towards positively mom come to my them each gave me time i could think of reasons why might i could be convinced to like them but now i mean is that holidays if you can enjoy them great but i think is kind of thing which if you have to be prompted then there's already in issues like if if you can enjoy that sincerely and without any motivation thus thus that's the whole point and if you had like put on this character to enjoy a holiday then this what what are you ready getting out of an ultimately yeah i'm gonna ham on that i i level out of the lake purely religious ones like i love passover which is a hot take casado cheese at billy don't like passover because that's the week where we can't eat bread or pasta or anything that taste good and by i really like it because you just gonna leave just like gather around the table have a big neil and just like tell the story of passover and it's like mary communal an everybody takes turns reading and stuff like that so i like ones like those because it's just like kind of like you do one thing well this unites pass over you do two things in then use.