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"taylor british" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:39 min | 1 d ago

"taylor british" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"taylor british" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:14 min | Last month

"taylor british" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"taylor british" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

05:05 min | Last month

"taylor british" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Driving Society Good Morning World. Get to be with. Andy ha ha I. Loved. Doing the show with you because I get to pick the veterinarians brains I. Know We have so much fun and it's fun for me because somebody's actually listening. Let's listen to this show. What's coming up today by the way? We have an exciting show. We have FBI single driver Taylor British She's on the road to the world championships for singles with her horse. Katie did Dennis I'm carriages one on one with Kathleen Hake. We talk about bits, which is always a fun topic, and then key cadwell is going to help us learn the new dressage tests in her tremont training session. And we have Dr Tom Hutchins from Texas, and he's sharing his experience with pro stride to keep our horses and pets feeling great. Plus we have a great TV. I'm segment where we talk all about tween up bodywork it's not just touchy feely listening. that. Can't wait. It's going to be a lot of fun. So I don't get to your shot the driving show very often, which is probably just as well because it takes us three times as long to tape it or record it because I ask you a million and one question. Great. Now, that autumn is very nearly here in most of the United States. Are. Is there anything that is like an autumn ritual in your horse care and horse management pattern that happens this time of year. Well. You know autumn is the time if you have a Chubby older pony that we have to worry about a chronic lemonides, right? Because we're seeing more and more equine metabolic syndrome and cushing's disease and that all relates to. Their blood sugar levels it's kind of like a type two diabetic and with horses a lot of times we see this in the fall I mean we see it in the spring also, but in the fall in certain areas. Like for us in Florida, our grass, you can't even keep up with it right now right? Because it's raining so much. Yeah. So in Florida, this is when our grass. Really. Gets going and has a lot of sugar in northern regions. A Lot of times when the frost gets on the grass, it has a higher sugar content and that can push them horses over the edge and also horses are seasonal animals. So in the fall they tend to have. Higher levels of hormones like their hair to get longer in the fall, right? That's a normal mechanism. Yeah. So we have to worry about laminate with those kind of horses in the fall and one of the things that we do in my practices, we use the herbal formula called huff. And what it does is it a lemonade is stagnation of CI and blood and the feet right? And so it's pain in the feet. And, we want to decrease the pain and help the circulation in the feet. So it has. Herbal ingredients that can help do that with release..

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"taylor british" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"taylor british" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Make sure that the money that you're making right now is well protected, especially want to pass it on to your heirs, because a lot of changes that happened since the Secure Act passed in the first generate man that feels like a long time ago, and it blew a giant holes in people's savings and plans that they had the best thing to do right now. Not panic. Get in touch with Rick rhetoric number of years ago, I went to talk to him about wills and trusts explain the whole thing to me. I have a much better understanding of the plan that I need to have in place that my kids get the money that I'm making right now, because when I'm gone, I don't want the government to take it. I earned it. It's theirs. They can have it even though sometimes they don't treat me well. But the important thing for you is to talk to Rick record to get the peace of mind that you need and make sure when it comes to elder law and estate planning one guy and only one guy is the person to see. The guy that I go to Rick Regulate. Go to your partner in law dot com and talk to Rick. It's a free consultation. You won't regret one second of it. But, uh, your partner in law dot com on now your Corona virus Medical update his search for the cure. I'm Tracy Taylor. British officials say they have signed a deal to buy 90 million doses of an experimental corona virus vaccine being developed by the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and others. Reuters reports 30 million doses of the experimental bio in Tech Fizer vaccine in a deal in principle for 60 million doses of the Val Nava vaccine. Britain had previously signed a deal with AstraZeneca to provide 100 million doses of the Corona virus vaccine being tested by Oxford University. Britain now has three different types of vaccines under order in a total of 230 million doses potentially available. And secured treatments containing Cove in 19 neutralizing antibodies from AstraZeneca to protect people who can't be vaccinated. Cairo Radio Your first source to know and understand. Corona virus didn't do right by Northwest Texas Well, come on into the state roping Text line of 98 97 3 Those of you that have written to us saying We don't hear a fan. Thank you for that. Really? Yeah. I don't hear it right. Maybe I'll leave it on all. So you go ahead. Is the fan in Tom's home. The only fan in your audience right now you know what I was thinking. Who's going to take that bait? And you did. So I did a good job to go. That's congratulations for you. John's the 1st 1 to use the word fan and has two different meanings. All right, let's talk about the fact that monster. Oh, he has Tom Don't get him started. Warner Brothers postponing tenant. Don't tenant tenant. Really? Haven't I can't hear you over the fan. What is this? There's there's only one M. Tenet Tenant tenant. What is in that? Can it mean Yeah. Tenant, you know, like a rule like Oh, yes. Got it for men couldn't understand you. Here's the trailer..

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"taylor british" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:47 min | 4 months ago

"taylor british" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"taylor british" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"taylor british" Discussed on Z104

"Health care workers and her and her mom have the guy delivering it which I think is a great way for her to use you know the resources she has she has this big building on main street right now yeah and that baby face had coronavirus and he got over it now remember him in teddy Riley were supposed to be in that producer contest thing and then it never happened yeah well I think that's because he had coronavirus anda Sturgill Simpson tested positive for coronavirus interesting A. L. well that's too bad coming up in the Nexium Izzy was tiger King bonus episode really worth two or any of them really worth it I didn't mean my mom does ingestion the only and and that a bad reputation insatiable it was very I said this many M. as in man my chest it's going to make a turn the baby make it was to learn from it I love to do it because it only started here because they know me again which one is not even because you're going to be taken off the I make one of my best available I had to say I got to do is say but you can keep it pops off the job you know because of the pain and I completed the.

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"taylor british" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:16 min | 8 months ago

"taylor british" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"DPO good morning every computer and I'm Marcia Taylor British prime minister Boris Johnson remains in the hospital in intensive care this country does have a very very good health service he is in some of the best towns in the world the National Health Service boasts some of the best healthcare professionals anywhere on earth but like so many other countries developed or not it's not how good your health services is whether or not it is overwhelmed joining forty one other states the governor South Carolina is ordering his state's residents to stay at home unless they have a central business to attend to this sounds familiar remaining states that have not issued stayed home orders include Arkansas Iowa Nebraska Oklahoma North Dakota South Dakota Utah and Wyoming the corona virus death rate is higher among black people living in Chicago higher than in any other race that according to new information released by their laureate Lightfoot and the Chicago department public health shows a seventy two percent of the covert nineteen related deaths in the city were African Americans and that number is extremely high considering black people make up just thirty percent of the city's population positive news now out of New York City but despite a death toll that is approaching five thousand the outbreak could be slowing the increase in the state's number of daily coronavirus deaths has been steady it's still high at about six hundred plateau or not governor Andrew Cuomo said hospitals are still under tremendous stress something ER nurse Matthew had the experiences daily at Lenox hill hospital we are definitely at Max capacity at all times making sure that we are staying ahead of this as best as we possibly can the USNS comfort will begin treating corona virus patients the cathedral of Saint John the divine with that six hundred foot long names will be turned into an emergency field hospital Erin cutters he ABC news New York and respirators and hospital beds aren't the only thing New York is short of during the pandemic more than twenty four hundred deaths in New York along the running out of places to put bodies since the city can't permanently buried the bodies without depriving loved ones of the proper service and burial mayor bill de Blasio is working on a plan to temporarily buried them city officials would then work with each family on their appropriate arrangements although the Blasi did not identify a potential burial lot the city once IT one hundred and one acre area on Hart island in case burial space was needed in the flu pandemic the Blasi says the focus right now is to get through the crisis and save those we can save Laureline is ninety six point five W. D. B. L. good morning it's five nineteen your listing Orlando's morning news updated weather in traffic every six minutes the five day forecast brought to you by pro Teck air conditioning and plumbing services our chief meteorologist Tom Terry joins us good morning Tom Joe we've got three days basically for some drier weather plans outside maybe you're doing some yard work some home improvement I know I've done a lot of that around my house as well you've got some time get it done temperatures going to be warming up upper eighties today we'll see lows back in the upper sixties overnight tonight around ninety to ninety one for Wednesday and Thursday and as we head toward the end of the week we get the first of a couple storm systems it'll be in the form of a moderate cold front to move by during the day on Friday with a high in the lower eighties our rain chance about thirty percent as the front passes on by Saturday could also see a couple of afternoon showers and a high.

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"taylor british" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:10 min | 9 months ago

"taylor british" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Culver city California from Capitol Hill to the White House to Wall Street everyone is trying to figure out how to stop the spread of coded nineteen and the fallout that's coming with it at the White House today while meeting with the Irish prime minister president trump tried to once again reassure nervous investors as the Dow plunged you have to remember the stock market as an example is still much higher than when I got here and it's taking a big hit but it's got all bounced back and it's going to bounce back very big at the right time and in a news conference at Capitol Hill this morning house speaker Nancy Pelosi laid out the house Democrats plan to ease the economic pain that has come up with the virus we have to operate not as business as usual but in an emergency status well we have to get the job done Democrat Katherine Clark of Massachusetts is the vice chair of the house democratic caucus and she joins me now from the capitol welcome to All Things Considered thank you also are it looks like this proposal your caucus has put together could amount to the largest government intervention in the economy since the two thousand eight financial crisis are you telling Americans with this bill that the situation really is that bad we know that we cannot fight a corona virus affected late unless everyone in this country is tested and that they know they can get their tests free of charge and we cannot slow that outbreak which is critical for us to do at this juncture in this pandemic when workers are stuck between the terrible choice of staying home or avoiding spreading but gale of the assistance that this bill is asking for is tantamount to what are how how much the government intervening economy since the two thousand and eight financial crisis is that are you saying that the situation that we're in is commensurate with that we are we are saying that we want people to prepare not panic but at the same time we know that slowing this outbreak is going to mean social distancing and that is going to put people into a terrible choice do they stay home to avoid spreading the illness and forego the paycheck their family can't afford to lose so we are putting forward this piece of legislation to tell the American people that we are putting their interests first do you have how much this legislation how much this proposal is actually going to cost we do not because we do not know the full extent of how this pandemic is going to play out well how response knows it feel to make a policy without knowing how much the policy will cost it is it is our absolute responsibility to take actions of this degree and this magnitude when we are facing a crisis like this we have squandered the chance when this administration did not proceed with containing this virus with the proper testing that was needed and now we are in a situation where we have to take dramatic changes in our lifestyles moved to social distancing and that is going to take a real economic toll over the holiday season's Republicans are pushing back they say that this bill is opportunistic that Democrats are taking advantage of a public health crisis to advance long term democratic goals like federal guarantees for paid leave what do you make of that argument against this bill it is way past time that the Republican colleagues take their heads out of the sand this pandemic cannot be wished away the president is approaching this like he's approached everything let's build a wall but we heard him say last night was this is a foreign virus an institute travel bans that's not how public health works we have to put the American people first give them the resources and the tools to help stop the spread of this virus in order to give the American people the resources and the tools present trump is saying he's not going to support this measure so what compromises are Democrats willing to make to ensure that some assistance package can get quickly passed we have been working and we will continue to work with the administration and our colleagues across the aisle to make sure that we have free testing that we have paid emergency leave in on a plane that insurance and that we're strengthening families ability to get food and clear protections for frontline workers these are the basics that American possible neat and we have to make sure that we get this done I got to leave it there that's Democrat Katherine Clark of Massachusetts thank you very much thank you different countries are taking starkly different approaches to handling the corona virus pandemic Ireland announced today that its closing universities and schools and banning large public events meanwhile its neighbor the United Kingdom said it's holding off on such draconian policies even as the number of cases there grows to discuss this as well as president trump's European travel ban we turn to NPR's Frank Langfitt in London hi Frank Taylor British prime minister Boris Johnson addressed the country today what did he say what he says right now they're about six hundred cases but in that they have but the in reality it's by closer to five to ten thousand that are undetected the peak is about four weeks away from where Italy is right now and what is decided to do is not the social distancing policy that we see we're seeing in Ireland like closing schools things like that until he thinks they're actually needed and when he says they'll do the most good in one of his concerns is that people are going to get tired of this and they're not going to stick to it and he also I gotta say or Hughes the starkest language yet about this crisis this is what he said almost level with you level with the the British public more families a many more families are going to lose loved ones before that time wow well president trump for his part shocked most of Europe last night saying he was banning travel from twenty six European countries but not the UK and Ireland why not well the prisons as about this today and he said that the U. K. is doing a very good job controlling the virus the countries that were banned or in the shank and free travel area in Europe so people can just travel across the borders no problem the you can't island or not they have control of their borders that could have been a reason the other thing is Johnson and trump have a close relationship they're both populists nationalists and they're also very focused on a strong borders so president trump thinks the UK's doing a good job how do the British people think their government is doing he don't worry there's a lot of anxiety and certainly quite a bit of criticism and what we heard today is only going to I think there will only be more ordinary people and some public health experts I've been talking to feel that the government is moving too slowly just today in the guardian a guy named John Ashton is a former regional director for public health here he called the response so far pathetic and he said officials are quote behaving like nineteenth century colonial is playing a five day game of cricket home I spoke yesterday with a guy named Walter Riccardi he's advising the Italian government in the last couple of weeks on this crisis in in Italy and he said given the experience there he surprised and somewhat concerned and things but what he's seeing here is kind of a delayed response I'm worried for did the British people Italy was sweet twenty cases at the beginning go about three weeks ago and now we have almost ten thousand cases so it's exponential growth and if you don Sir are you aware of this speech I think you can really be in trouble you know Frank England's National Health Service has been under financial pressure for years is the NHS prepared for a spike in cases of that's what comes with there's a lot of concern inside the NHS as you remember from the global financial crisis there has been about a decade of cuts and the estimate is there are a hundred maybe as much as a hundred thousand vacancies for doctors and nurses here some doctors say if these coronavirus cases can be stretched out into the summer they don't really have a gigantic peak and that's what the government is trying to do that the NHS could handle it but if there's a surge they think the system will be overwhelmed I was talking to president Alan Khan is a member of parliament the opposition labor party she's also an emergency room doctor in south London and this is what she told me I don't feel we are ready and I feel that the government is to blame for that drastic under resourcing for the last ten years there's no slack in the system system is already failing and now we have an out right lie this I I am worried so or if there is a big surgeon infections a few weeks from now I think most people think it will test the system that's in Paris Franklin fit in London thank you Frank you're very welcome all right here in the U. S. concern earns over corona virus are having a deep impact on cultural institutions across the country scores of organizations say they are going dark at least for a while including all of Broadway the list Angeles Philharmonic new York's metropolitan museum of art the Philadelphia Orchestra and many many others here's and here's honest does yes you yes this afternoon new York's governor Andrew Cuomo banned all gatherings of more than five hundred people cutting off much of New York city's cultural life along with Broadway in the metropolitan museum Carnegie Hall the Metropolitan Opera and Lincoln center also announced today they are locking their doors but clubs theaters and concert halls in cities across the country who are already feeling the impact of coronavirus concerns yesterday at San Francisco's mayor banned all large scale gatherings which includes everything from performances by the San Francisco Symphony to the one hundred fiftieth anniversary celebrations of Golden Gate park in Seattle gatherings of more than two hundred fifty people have been prohibited which is affecting big venues and small rock clubs alike meanwhile performances at colleges and universities across the U. S. have been canceled or postponed to has campuses shut down all that is having an enormous effect says Robert Lynch the good news is that the economic impact on profit arts in America is a hundred and sixty six billion dollars annually but the bad news is a lawsuit that is equally significant on the American economy Lynch is the president and CEO of Americans for the arts an advocacy group he says the potential economic impact of all these cancellations and postponements is a real and potentially devastating especially to non profit presenters and artists who aren't megastars individual artists it is hi it was clear and probably in most cases has one of economic safety net set up in order for them why in one sense the coronavirus affect won't just be felt by performers venues and audiences when live performances and other events don't happen all kinds of other companies lose money to like bars restaurants and hotels.

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"taylor british" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"taylor british" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Jake in Taylor British Columbia sixty six thousand dollars paid off in nine months Megan one twenty plus the side us will take an adult one sixty touchdown baby counted down let's hear a debt free screen eight five six seven eight one the judge done right there man isn't that interesting so you get a few pieces of information you didn't have before and you actually use those pieces of information and you will see dramatic changes but the trick is you got to actually do it yeah I believe it and lean into it your pay the price to win no discipline seems this stuff is not easy they sound all happy they're happy not deserve the in you're doing it it's a pain in the **** it's hard to really I can promise you is it's hard when I can promise you it's worth it this is the Dave Ramsey show health savings account is the perfect plan for managing the impact mortgage Corp DBA Casco mortgage in MLS ID one two eight two three one equal housing lender not licensed in all states including New York offer not available in Washington call eight five five six five seven of the nineteen for licensing terms and restrictions if you are a homeowner I've got great news that could save you money in response to rising home prices federal housing officials have stepped in to help make mortgages more affordable here's how some mortgage loans with specific maximum amounts are backed by government agencies and those borrowers receive lower interest rates because the government insures them but now the government is expanding the limits of these types of loans by ten percent or higher so what does that mean for you it means a lot of people with mortgages when I'll qualify for lower interest rates because of this government expansion and they don't even know it so.

"taylor british" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

08:21 min | 11 months ago

"taylor british" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And J. lawyer are where those in British Columbia says on my screen you guys are debt free congradulations fared very little how much have you paid off we've paid off sixty five thousand dollars well sixty five thousand eight hundred and forty five dollars want to be specific yeah yeah let's be specific how long nine and a half months wow that's quick and your range of income during that time we started about a hundred and twenty thousand and then with all kinds of work and promotions and the hospital we have listed it to you a hundred and sixty dollars wow what do you do for a living aso Taylor is a massage therapist and not be seen and I work as a manager that telecommunications company and also an audio engineer on the side Larry co teach at a college and I work as a consultant in so out of all three out of both of you having all the sad hopefuls which is the best paying side hustle college education and probably audio engineer yeah I say okay so you teach at the college and then the audio engineers the best gigs yeah welcome cool and you do what during during the day Jake I'm a manager at a telecommunications company okay so weird you learn audio I actually went to school for a okay as hip hop dancers we are professional about dancers for thirteen years wow he always played with audio and went back to school and I was part of our debt mon for the court we found you yeah Hey Nita yeah he graduated and shortly after you graduated we were so frustrated with all the dead and we're looking for solutions so yeah so what happened then after you decide you're looking for solutions tell me the rest of story well we have two versions of the story is in her head because your dancers you're living paycheck to paycheck to paycheck for a long time as most artists do and we transitioned into your kind of our Big Boy in big girl careers and started making more money and we're just a frustrated we didn't know where the money was going and we would see at tax time like wow we made more than we've ever made our lives like what's happening and I started to be diving on Google and I found a youtuber would just started your program and I was like who is this Paul guy like what he talking he raised in the states I don't know if this works for us in Canada and so I just kind of followed along it and over a period of weeks I seemed as many podcast as they could I downloaded the audio book I listen to the only black and I came home and I started tracking all of our income I'm totally the nerd everything all of it being and then red jacket like this is what we're doing now ready and his version is very different than mine subject what really happened well I mean basically what what they were saying like I was the worst one between the two of us in terms of our money situation so I never wanted to look at even my paychecks and even my bank account and then exactly what she was saying is that when they were just like so frustrated at why we weren't getting out of debt and all of a sudden I'm at work and at this point I'm still working at that the telecommunications living of life yeah I had a card I'm just using my credit card sure left right and center and then I get this tax and it's a link to our podcast and he's like listen to this we're gonna talk about this when we get home and in my mind I'm like oh my god what did I do yeah and then from there it was just kind of like we dove in really really fast a lot get out intensity so once you both had the information from whatever podcasts or audiobooks or whatever and you both on the same page you both knew there was a problem and then you just joined hands went for it exactly very cool and nine and a half months later you've got red of sixty six thousand dollars and that that's someone so how much of it was student loans and what was the rest of it I would say probably two thirds of it with student loans I have and then take have some as well and then we had credit cards a personal loan to my mom we had a government loan we're basically normal yeah yeah how did your mom off that was actually written for me are you it was really relieving because she was the one that kind of helped me out personally yeah to be able to get out of my my other debts but then I racked up even before that meeting her all right the most rewarding yeah we tried for so long to get out of debt and our family helped us and nothing helped us Steve except for you know thank you so much for your program thank you maybe that beginners as it works in Canada right yes yeah there's also some who were your biggest cheerleaders outside the two of you are definitely my mom to make me here with us now for awhile and she came with us it is that your studio where an elevated by going to see you and me you and our families our friends we had blogged about the whole journey as well we had a big online community and your community it there on the right now so yeah I was just so many people were really really supportive takes friends mmhm dynasty of what he calls them we had a young Michelle my girlfriend get a lot of support so what do you tell people the key to getting out of that if you've been highly successful so your advice right now matters mmhm I think Mike he is a little different than taking for me combining finances it's funny how to call just now talking start buying three leave she thought was the biggest difference because we did everything separately we did something as joint but not everything and when we combine finances that was like just a game changer and using a budget we use your every dollar out every day they were you feel like you get a raise you know when they when you say like tell your money where to go if he never wonder where it went that has never been more true we end up finding it turns out thousands of extra dollars that we can offer toward stuff for me ask you I don't know what you take yeah for me it was actually one of the one of your podcast earlier when we first started this is that you mention that my need is just Matt and it has no motion and then for some reason I just collect house like you're right they don't care you know what what I'm doing with the money it's it's just math and then as a man I was especially aimed and embarrassed that I wasn't providing well for myself and my wife and then when I heard you say that for me for some reason it just click knows like you're right they don't they don't have emotions and numbers don't have fugitives so freedom to actually move forward and move past my mistakes and had the courage to face what I didn't know when learn how to do the whole personal financing thing so we really want to thank you Dave that sounds like a lot of stuff is changed with the on more than just money our marriage I mean we have pretty wonderful marriage here for but now it's on a whole different level right I cannot tell you how proud I am of Jake thank you your date I'm so proud of its journey that you've you've done and how much learning and growth you've done and it's so fun getting to be side by side and do that together like everything about our marriage and our life so much smoother because of this journey yeah agreed you know how many husbands wait their entire lives to hear their wife say something like you just said that I'm very lucky a soul lost loved it a very cool good job yeah ladies if he does something right you can tell when you're proud of him it goes a long way really does well done I'm so proud of you guys your rockstar's you're amazing well done all right it's Jake in Taylor British Columbia sixty six thousand dollars paid off in nine months Megan one twenty plus the side us will take an adult one sixty touchdown baby counted down let's hear a dead pre screen okay five six seven eight one.

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"taylor british" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:20 min | 11 months ago

"taylor british" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"J. and J. lawyer are where those in British Columbia says on my screen you guys are debt free congradulations thank you very very well how much of you paid off we've paid off sixty five thousand dollars well sixty five thousand eight hundred and forty five dollars who want to be specific yeah yeah let's be specific how long nine and a half months wow that's quick and your range of income during that time we started at about a hundred and twenty thousand and then with all kinds of work and promotions and hustle we have listed it to you hundred and sixty dollars wow what do you do for a living aso Taylor is a massage therapist and not be seen and I work as a manager at a telecommunications company and also an audio engineer on the side very cool teach at a college and I work as a consultant in so out of all three out of both of you having all the side hopefuls which is the best paying side hustle college education I'm probably audio engineer yeah I say okay so you teach at the college and then the audio engineers the best gigs yeah okay cool and you do what during during the day Jake I'm a manager at a telecommunications company okay so weird you learn audio I actually went to school for a okay as hip hop dancers we are professional have up answers for thirteen years wow he always played with audio and went back to school and I was part of our debt loan because the court we found you had moved yeah he graduated and shortly after you graduated we were so frustrated with all the dead and we're looking for solutions so yeah so what happened then after you decide you're looking for solutions to me the rest of story what would he versions of the story isn't because your dancers you're living paycheck to paycheck to paycheck for a long time as most artists do and we transitioned into your kind of our Big Boy in big girl careers and started making more money and we're just so frustrated we didn't know where the money was going and we would see at tax time like wow we made more than we've ever made our lives like what's happening and I started to be driving on Google and I found a youtuber would just started your program enough like this this Paul guy like what's he talking he raced in the state but I don't know if this works for us in Canada and so I just kind of followed along it and over a period of weeks I can see end of many podcast as they could I downloaded the audio book I listen to be out of luck and I came home and I started tracking all of our income I'm totally the nerd everything all of it being and then ran to Jacob like this is what we're doing now ready and his version is very different than mine subject what really happened well I mean basically what what they were saying like I was the worst one between the two of us in terms of our money situation so I never wanted to look at even my paychecks and even my bank account and then exactly what she was saying is that when they were just like so frustrated at why we weren't getting out of debt and all of a sudden I'm at work and at this point I'm still working at at the telecommunications live life yeah the card I'm just using my credit card sure left right and center and then I get this tax and it's a link to our podcast and he's like listen to this we're gonna talk about this when we get home and in my mind I'm like all my god what did I do and then from there it was just kind of like we dove in really really fast a lot of intensity so what you both had the information from whatever podcasts or audiobooks or whatever and you both on the same page you both knew there was a problem and then you just joined hands went for it yeah actually very cool and nine and a half months later you've got red of sixty six thousand dollars and that someone so how much of it was student loans and what was the rest of it I would say probably two thirds of it with student loans I have time and then take have some as well and then we had credit cards a personal loan to my mom we had a government loan we're basically normal yeah yeah how does your mom off that would actually refer merely because really relieving because she was the one that kind of helped me out personally yeah to be able to get out of my my other debts but then I racked up even before that leading her alright the most rewarding yeah we tried for so long to get out of that in our family helped us and nothing helped us Steve except for you know thank you so much for your program thank you maybe that's because this is it works in Canada right yeah yeah there's also so who were your biggest cheerleaders outside the two of you are definitely my mom to make me here with us now for awhile and she came with us to visit your studio where an elevated by going to see you and me you and our family is our friend we had the blogged about the whole journey as well we had a big online community and your community at their on you right now so yeah I was just so many people were really really supportive takes friend from dynasty of what he calls them we had an yell Michelle my girlfriend get a lot of support so what do you tell people the key to getting out of that if you've been highly successful for your advice right now matters I think Mike he is a little different than taking for me combining finances it's funny how to call just now talking die binding relieve lead that was the biggest difference because we did everything separately we did something as joint but not everything and when we combine finances that was like just a game changer and using a budget we use your every dollar out of every day they were you feel like you get a raise you know when the when you say like tell your money where to go if he never wonder where it went that has never been more true we end up finding it turns out thousands of extra dollars that we can grow to work stuff yeah yeah I don't know what you take yeah for me it was actually one of the one of your podcast earlier when we first started this is that you mentioned that my need is just Matt and it has no motion and then for some reason I just collect house like you're right they don't care you know what what I'm doing with the money it's it's just math and then as a man I was ashamed and embarrassed that I wasn't providing well for myself and my wife and then when I heard you say that for me for some reason I just could not like you're right they don't they don't have emotions and numbers don't have feelings so freedom to actually move forward and move past my mistakes and I had the courage to face what I didn't know when learn how to do the whole personal financing thing so we really want to thank you Dave it sounds like a lot of stuff for strange with the more than just money our marriage I mean we had a pretty wonderful marriage yeah for right now it's on a whole different level that I cannot tell you how proud I am of Jake thank you your date I'm so proud of the thirty that you you've done and how much learning and growth you've done and it's so fun getting to be side by side and do that together like everything about our marriage and our life so much smoother because of this journey yeah agreed you know how many husbands wait their entire lives to hear their wife say something like you just said that I'm very lucky I was sold love it a very cool good job yeah ladies if he does some right you can tell when you're proud of him it goes a long way really does well done I'm so proud of you guys your rockstar's you're amazing well done all right it's Jake in Taylor British Columbia sixty six thousand dollars paid off in nine a month Megan one twenty plus the side us will take an adult one sixty touchdown baby counted down let's hear a debt free screen eight five six seven eight one.

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"taylor british" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

08:20 min | 11 months ago

"taylor british" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"J. and J. lawyer are where those in British Columbia says on my screen you guys are debt free congradulations fared very cool how much have you paid off we've paid off sixty five thousand dollars well sixty five thousand eight hundred forty five dollars want to be specific yeah yeah let's be specific how long nine and a half months wow that's quick and your range of income during that time we started about a hundred and twenty thousand and then with all kinds of work and promotions and hustle we have listed at a hundred and sixty dollars wow what do you do for a living aso Taylor is a massage therapist and not be seen and I work as a manager at a telecommunications company and also an audio engineer on the side Larry co teach at a college and I work as a consultant in so out of all three out of both of you having all the sat hopefuls which is the best paying side hustle college education and probably audio engineer yes say okay so you teach at the college and then the audio engineers the best gigs yeah okay cool and you do what during during the day Jake I'm a manager at a telecommunications company okay so we're you're on audio I actually went to school for a okay as hip hop dancers we are professional half of dancers for thirteen years wow he always played with audio and went back to school and I was part of our dead skin loan for the court we found you yeah Hey he's a yeah he graduated and shortly after he graduated we were so frustrated with all the dead and we're looking for solutions so yeah so what happened then after you decide you're looking for solutions tell me the rest of story well we have two versions of the story is in her head because your dancers you're living paycheck to paycheck to paycheck for a long time as most artist you and we transitioned into your kind of our Big Boy in big girl careers and started making more money and we're just so frustrated we didn't know where the money was going and we would see at tax time like wow we made more than we've ever made our lives like what's happening and I started to deep diving on Google and I found a youtuber would just started your program and I was like this is Paul god like what's he talking he raised in the states I don't know if this works for us in Canada and so I just kind of followed along and over a period of weeks I can send as many podcast as they could I downloaded the audio book I listen to the only black and I came home and I started tracking all of our income I'm totally the nerd everything all of it being and then ran to Jacob like this is what we're doing now ready and his version is very different than mine subject what really happened well I mean basically what what Taylor was saying like I was the worst one between the two of us in terms of our money situation so I never wanted to look at even my paychecks and even my bank accounts and then exactly what she was saying is that when they were just like so frustrated that why we weren't getting out of debt and all of a sudden I'm at work and at this point I'm still working at at the telecommunications limited life yeah I had a card I'm just using my credit card sure left right and center and then I get this tax and it's a link to our podcast and he's like listen to this we're gonna talk about this when we get home and in my mind I'm like oh my god what did I do and then from there it was just kind of like we dove in really really fast K. lines get out intensity so once you both had the information from whatever podcasts or audiobooks or whatever and you both on the same page you both knew there was a problem and then you just joined hands went for it exactly very cool and nine and a half months later you've got red of sixty six thousand dollars and that man that someone so how much of it was student loans and what was the rest of it I would say probably two thirds of it with student loans I have some images have come as well and then we had credit cards a personal loan to my mom we had a government loan we're basically normal yeah yeah how does your mom off that was actually written for me and it was really relieving because she was the one that kind of helped me out personally yeah to be able to get out of my my other debts but then I racked up even before that meeting her all right the most rewarding yeah we tried for so long to get out of debt and our family helped us and nothing help this Dave except for you know thank you so much Graham thank you maybe that because this is it works in Canada right yes yeah there's also some who were your biggest cheerleaders outside the two of you are definitely my mom to make me here with us now for awhile and she came with us to do that your studio where an elevated by going to see you and me you and our families our friends we had blogged about the whole journey as well we had a big online community and your community at their on you right now so yeah I was just so many people were really really supportive take friends mmhm dynasty of what he calls them we had an yell Michelle my girlfriend yeah I get a lot of work so what do you tell people the key to getting out of that if you've been highly successful so your advice right now matters mmhm I think Mike he is a little different than today for me combining finances it's funny how to call just now talking at that I binding really was really that was the biggest difference because we did everything separately we did something as joint but not everything and when we combine finances that was like just a game changer and using a budget we use your every dollar out of every day they were you feel like you get a raise you know when the when you say like tell your money where to go if he never wonder where it went that has never been more true we might end up finding it turns out thousands of extra dollars that we can offer toward stuff for me yeah yeah I don't know what you take yeah for me it was actually one of the one of your podcast earlier when we first started this is that you mention that my need is just map and it has no motion and then for some reason I just collect house like you're right they don't care you know what what I'm doing with the money it's it's just math and then as a man I was ashamed and embarrassed that I wasn't providing well for myself and my wife and then when I heard you say that for me for some reason it just click not like you're right they don't they don't have emotions and numbers don't have here so freedom to actually move forward and move past my mistakes and I had the courage to face what I didn't know when learn how to do the whole personal financing thing so we really want to thank you Dave that sounds like a lot of stuff has changed with the are more than just money our marriage I mean we had a pretty wonderful marriage more but now it's on a whole different level of my I cannot tell you how proud I am of Jake thank you your date I'm so proud of its journey that you you've done and how much learning and growth you've done and it's so fun getting to be side by side and do that together like everything about our marriage and our life so much sweeter because of this journey yeah agreed you know how many husbands wait their entire lives to hear their wife say something like you just said that I'm very lucky a soul lost love that very very cool good job yeah ladies if he does something right you can tell him you're proud of him it goes a long way really does well done I'm so proud of you guys your rockstar's amazing well done all right it's Jake in Taylor British Columbia sixty six thousand dollars paid off in nine a month Megan one twenty plus the side us will take an adult one sixty touchdown baby counted down let's hear a dead pre screen eight five six seven eight one.

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"taylor british" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"taylor british" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"It's insane. How dirty those things get shut Mattie spokesman his boy Nate four twenty. Yeah. They're a little video. He he had a brand new Bong they smoke. That thing looked like someone took a gamer shit in it after one rip. I was blown away. Nothing. Good. That's the one that always gross me out about Bonk's. Yeah. Like Taylor British it around. Like, why is it look like diarrhea why I put milk in it because it makes the smoke cleaner. But I it's been in there for a month, and it's kind of chunky, but it the smoke still tastes like fine. Like, it's got a cottage cheese, aroma. Oh, no. Actually, that's actually cottage cheese that I put in there. Forgot I did that season you're wrong. Trying to rip the smoke through cottage. His cheeses is not coming through. Just imagining like was diarrhea went through that. It was like, oh, yeah. It's. Did you did is that Chick-fil-A finance? Yeah. Joe? It makes us smoke super thick jam a bunch of Chick-fil-A sandwich. I guess. Chick-fil-a sauce. Put this sit in there. Are you smoking on that Chick-fil-A sauce Fook and most film full up with the sauce leading and smoking through the burger? Was putting garbage in their old banana, peels and? Apple. Yeah. This is gonna get you high as fuck. Daniels. Aaron does dude. He smokes we threw way protein. Brew rolls it. All right enough about Dan. Yeah. No shot up today in. I mean, we did go to his house. I want that house brick. Yeah. That was cool. And you know that Halloween party next year. I would love an invite that pretty much. Pretty much just blackballed or now or never know. It's it's going to be exactly what we. We're going to meet him again. He's gonna go. Yeah. Man. Don't really listen to podcast what it checked out the one where you're talking about my we'd we're going to be like. What did you think? Yeah. They yet. Fuck you up. If I was in a different phase in my life. I wasn't so fucking high right now. Yeah. A beat the shit. You guys if I wasn't so blazed actually goes owner show you something..

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"taylor british" Discussed on Reply All

Reply All

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"taylor british" Discussed on Reply All

"This episode of reply all is brought to you by household name a new podcast from business insider and Stitcher. The shows hosted by Dan Bobkov and he is on a mission to find out how our biggest household name brands have changed our lives. TGI Fridays played a significant role in the sexual revolution. I think that Pizza Hut ad is a turning point in Trump's career. Air is the blockbuster sign household name, subscribe now on Stitcher, apple podcasts, or wherever you listen. From Gimblett. This is reply all. I'm sure they put him in any. Below everyone. So basically what we're gonna do today is I'm going to show you all of my animals, and people just seemed to be really confused about the number of animals I have. I get told, so maybe you've never heard of the masterpiece that has all my pets in one video. That's fine. A year ago I hadn't either. It was. Random and chanting YouTube video that I had just stumbled across and could not stop watching. So a quick little spin around of my room starts here in just goes around. You see this girl in what is any slightly messy teenage bedroom, but every inch of space is just filled with animal cages and fish tanks side. So here we have asteroid, pacman frogs literally do nothing, but I still love him and he is a baby is going to get about the size of a dinner plate. One day she's walking around opening all her enclosures which turn out to hold these like strange and delightful. Animals. There's crocodile skinks hedgehogs crested geckos that goes on the chunkier side. He has some roles now they're kept captain different enclosures because males don't get along. I'm not an animal person, but last year whenever I was stressed out, I would just come back to this video and watch it. It just. Makes me laugh. This is motu. She's my axel, laudable, NATs, excellent, laurel, poop. That's so nice. Poop, Birla video. She urged the most hypnotic part of this whole thing is the girl at the center Taylor, Nicole deed. First off, she's beautiful. She's like hair. That's always different color. No silver when it's not shocking pink and she's always in his bedroom, like bathed in the blue light of her aquariums sometimes watching it, I'd start to feel like she herself was another one of these strange fragile creatures like this bedroom is actually a little terrarium made for her. Hi Taylor. Hey, hey, this is almost exactly a year ago I decided to call Taylor. So I'm sort of picturing where you're at based on your videos. Tell me, are you like sitting in a bedroom surrounded by Pokemon like creatures? I'm sitting on my bed right now. It's pretty much only furniture. That's really my own in my bedroom. Everything else is just been taken over by my animals. Taylor has lived her entire life in San Antonio, Texas. Her dad works in insurance and her mom stays at home to take care of her brother who has some health issues and talking to her. She told me like that repulsive by had gotten from watching her videos just like the trapped in your room, kind of thing. She told me like that's actually kind of my life in real life. It's been very. I'm very shut in in real life because like I live with my family. I don't really know people in this town even though I've been here all my life because growing up I actually had had had a lot of medical problems. And this all ties in promise growing. No, I'm sorry. What was that? I had, it's why still have it. It doesn't go away, but it was undeniably nosed at the time. So no one really knew what to do. I would follow the time hurt myself. I just I couldn't get to school. I was always sick to my stomach migraines, so dizzy that I couldn't stand up in and out of the hospital all the time because we never knew it was wrong doctors eventually diagnosed Taylor with this thing called Ehlers. Dan Lewis Indra a connective tissue disorder. But before that the family had no idea what was going on. She was always covered in bruises. She would spring her ankle just walking around her house. This one time she cracked her clavicle rolling over in her bed. So in the fifth grade, they took her out of school and she joined a home. Bound program. I got really depressed when I was younger and just 'cause I was like in jail, basically in my own home, I was too sick to go anywhere, but I guess maybe that's also why animals became such a big thing to me is 'cause I didn't. I wasn't the most social person with people because I was very, very disconnected from everyone. My age because I wasn't at school, I wasn't like anything like that. So it was very easy for me to get, you know, get attached to these animals because they, they live in my home and I take care of them every day. And it was kind of like like a friendship almost at the time I spoke to Taylor, she was twenty years old. She lived with her parents and she spent all her time either on social media or taking care of her expensive animals. And she said that for years, her parents had been really worried about what exactly she was going to do with her life. But she also said that right at this moment when I called her, everything had started to change. She had just hit five hundred thousand subscribers which meant that she'd been elevated to this different level in the YouTube hierarchy. People started calling her asking if they could manage her and she actually ended up signing with this one manager in LA. She flew for the first time and he took her to this party. The entire party was all YouTubers, and it was the first party I think I've ever been to. And I mean, no, yeah, twenty years old and I went to my first party and it was crazy. The party was a bunch of other YouTubers jammed into one room and Taylor who told me that she's deeply socially anxious and completely froze up did not know how to Chit chat. I'm still learning how to like. Communicate with people like like. In person, I guess. I don't know. So used to online stuff. So is the difference like when you're making video? It's an internal monologue almost. Yes. And out there, it's like people just they're saying whenever they want and all happening so fast and there's no editing. Like I've, there's body language to take into account and just there's all these other aspects that I don't have to deal with them just talking to myself. Taylor seemed to be on the verge of weirdly some kind of stardom and I was very curious about what it would look like for twenty year old self-described shut in to suddenly become famous for the videos that she made her pets on YouTube. Like, what is that kind of fame even look like and how Taylor handle it? So I, if you don't mind, I'll just check in maybe a week or two. We'll take from there. Every sounds fun talking to you often talking to you too. Actually, it would be many months before I would talk to Taylor again because you to fame crashed into her like it's Heidel wave right after this conversation. Her audience numbers went through the roof and this whole new Giannaria on YouTube head to grew rapidly around her. And with it, of course, came all these competitors like m. Tzadek. Today, I'm going to be talking about one of my favorite invited to Matt. Augusta's hissing cockroaches. She's like Taylor British and really and to cockroaches then there's Tyler Ruggie was up. You guys gonna show you guys all of my, he's Taylor. If she were cute boy with the helmet of hairsprayed hair. I'm going to be showing you all of my pets as you the title, and those are just a big name. Competitors behind them are hundreds of aspiring tube stars all trying to just grab some of those subscribers. Now we're going to get onto my pet rats. So a black city hall in love with it. And this whole thing turns into an arms race because think about it every week. All of these kids have to make a new video with a new weird looking pet. She's a little hedgehog her name is Momo. It's almost like how many pets can you fit into one bedroom? I went looking for two snakes, and instead I came home with two dogs into cockroaches and Taylor. She's always the one at the lead of this race, the person with the most followers and the most pets one year ago with even allowed to have snakes times of change. Now owns six. I bought a twenty two hundred dollar ball python. Oh, hey, fron. What did you do. For your weekend? Almac, I had so much fun. You know, you know, Beth, I went out with her and we went to six parties and we got so wrong best weekend ever. What did you do for your weakened? Taylor, I got. I got new pets.

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"taylor british" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"taylor british" Discussed on KGO 810

"Chip Franklin on k. g. o. eight ten since meeting this. Week with lever put some reporters. Have been referred, to, Trump, as, Putin's, poodle Taylor British tabloid described President Trump as good news poodle Putin's poodle Poodle he certainly is not Putin's poodle What I need We play. Play all right so a poodle So the the story about the trans children obviously is is difficult because sometimes little boys and little girls. Like. To play with things that aren't gender-specific right and so that doesn't mean, that your child is is you know trans but it also I don't think just because a little girl likes to play football means that you all of, a? Sudden you, gotta start calling. Her Tom right I mean and Horace not but this is this is a. Little bit of. Service stretch the trans movement I get it there was a comedian yesterday who went all. After this. Other comic because She she went she went to the comics that she she knew I'll get, the? Story in, a second but. And send them an Email saying I think you should stop saying this and. This and he. Went who you I'm comic you know and then she you know so Today and. Of course the Scarlett Johansson story right she backed out of. This movie because everybody said trans should be playing in a movie and I'm like okay I you know I I but this is parents this is regular. Parents across America that are not calling their their children? By they're not referring to them, as as a boy or girl they're calling, them Fabi's and it's courting to this article in the on NBC and? The New, York Times, just happened in. A lot and I don't know I, don't know why you think you gotta do this, I would really like I mean if, there's anybody that is transgender out there do you think it would have been, easier for, you if, your parents I, mean of, course I, think? What is your parents no matter what but do you think that that would have made, any difference in, how, you, grew up, if your, if your parents did. Not identify your gender at all or left it up to you to tell. Them who and what you are people should be able to. Be whatever they want to be and I I'm totally by some of this stuff a little taking a little too far though was, this is kind of. Like remember when people are talking about you know just? Dropping man instead of like we're, not gonna be any more yes I got, to be woman or man it's going to be came up with I? Forget what, it was A man and a woman we're gonna change they're. Going, to call themselves I'm now Michael so, can you be a liberal and still. Find this a little crazy Absolutely hell about as liberal as they can And California born and raised I have three daughters I wouldn't care what they were. Who they loved as What, a child is born put their, whatever their first gender Based on their Let them grow and develop into whoever they want to play with Trucks trucks day will become who they're supposed to be and as far as their Employment I love. NICKY I think Nikki is Ross attitude. About women and their their rights is boy I've. Been trained to raise my daughter's it doesn't..

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"taylor british" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"taylor british" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To wbz newsradio 1030 ali iheart radio app president trump on his way to pennsylvania to campaign for rebublican rex ago ahead of next week special election cbs news update president trump travels the moon township pennsylvania this evening a campaign rally to help a republican congressional candidate in a special election who has been slipping in the polls rick saccone is at state representative it's a tight race against conner lam he's a former marine federal prosecutor who's never run for office before mcclatchy white house correspondent franco or donas this as a rescue mission this is at district that trump wine by 20 points he is really going there to try to boost the republicans and get some support for this candidate who has really been struggling to get attention to raise money from cbs news correspondent errol barnet's at the white house democrats for khanna land to the approaching his republican opponent in the polls it means that they have unlocked a formula to tap into some of the frustrations that trump supporters have had with the president cbs news update i'm jim taylor british authorities still trying to figure out who boys and former russian official turned british spy and his daughter of the bear found gobert also depart bench that's where we find abc's of mali hunter with the latest on the investigation in solve brie england were adequate graveyard have now actually over the graves of staircase cripples late wife and his son investigators essentially are retracing every step that staircase crippling whose daughter yulia could have taken including possibly visiting these graves last week british officials say the bear were exposed to a rare nerve agent judged it's not clear yet whether they will recover wbz news time to forty two which exports or the saturday afternoon wbz's chris fiber is.

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"taylor british" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"taylor british" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Trying to supply food drink to those who the experts at helping another the professionals were helping i would think a little bit like what we might call in the uk the the blitz spirit of bringing people together who are both pro brought together by by common and shared tragedy if you like an it's it's very very striking is quite inspirational actually to be out on the street her spain and a couple of hours i took it team from our embassy which is itself had damage to set up an emergency team in my residence because the embassy's officer are we kagera back into it just a minute can we water are we will cross about five miles of the city to to get across to the residence set up our measures he came under we saw tens of thousands of people there in an accord extraordinaire swear sort of a sort of sense of tranquility yellow divert but a com our sense of mutual support our i think a very positive spirit which is which is quite serves accordance arne duncan taylor british ambassador to mexico thank you very much it's twelve minutes past seven now depending on the prevailing we wins across the atlantic theresa may will have had at least six hours last night to talk to her foreign secretary about brexit on their flight back from new york last night perhaps over happens it was a case of ice shades an air plugs over way we may never neck we do know that she'll be gathering all of cabinet together later this morning to endorse the approach to the brexit negotiations which she will set out in had big setpiece speech in florence tomorrow nor kuenssberg air is on the line our political editor laura i'm going to resist the temptation was obsessed with his flight i went ask you about the seating arrangements on that play but what are we expecting from the cabinet meeting what she can say what was definitely not resist i've been wondering all night whether or not she's going to send boris johnson back to the cheap seats whereas stainless it of course the.

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