21 Burst results for "Tilley"

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Not looking convinced but one day never a some psychic told me that i was going to be married by may twenty eighteen or something to find the right one. Yeah find the right one all about the right one. Yeah just like finding the right guy for you. You gotta find the right psychic right. I've never. I've never even done a reading for myself. But i really feel connected after the phoebe. We'll talk to her later. I'm not a skeptic. I do not believe in psychics whatsoever but we have the long island medium. Come on the secret show. That was weird. She blew me away. She's not a psychic she's gonna is. She talks to spirit either. I mean really either. But i just like we used to tell that story quick. That is bizarre really quickly. I i was filling in as engineer that day and we had the long island medium on the show and she. She didn't know. I was going to be there. And she came down and she was like talking to society and ryan and everyone in the room and she's like has someone here has had a has had a death of someone close to them through a drowning and one of my good friends drowned back in two thousand thirteen and i was. I'm not. I'm not gonna say anything. I'm just the engineer. I'm not supposed to say anything quite and she just kept saying like is anyone here and then she just looks at me. She's like you it's you. Yes and then she. She told me all about my friend rain. She had like ellis information that was really mind-blowing of specific information about him and weird. He was very weird. It's a it's on youtube to watch it but it was a really weird moment sells like i came out of it going either real or she has like a research team. That's better than the cia. And that's still impressive and no. I think it's interesting and i do think it takes. Like one instance for you to maybe. Not be a skeptic anymore you know like it could be just a specific like you said it was so random that you happen to be there and that she was there that day and that that's what she brought up so i think it just takes a certain moment for you to be like. Oh he wasn't your moment today All right well. We'll be back next week with our regular episode a. n. a new episode of grey's a new episode of grey's and a mini episode. It's an embarrassment versus embarrassment of riches. Inside when you have like a plethora of goodness is another thing. There's this thing. Yeah yeah it's an embarrassment of riches because you just have to many. Yeah so embarrassing. Yeah yeah all right on that note we love you all. Oh in goodbye. Oh i'm sorry. I hate to jump in before we go but also next week she's back. She's back camilla letting ten as she confirmed. She's.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

03:39 min | 10 months ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

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Justin Bieber Has New Music Video For 'Holy' Directed By Cardi B Wap Director

Ace and TJ

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Justin Bieber Has New Music Video For 'Holy' Directed By Cardi B Wap Director

"Justin Bieber as a new song out at midnight it's called Holy. Now. Here's the interesting part about it comes with a music video and the guy directing the music videos name's Colin Tilley he just directed Cardi B. and Meghan the stallions hit single lap. So Justin Bieber Song holy a lot of people thinking it's a Christian song maybe it's a new era for him. The guy that directs the video just directed Hey, the guy makes videos. Yeah. That's guy people that print books. They print the Bible there prince a bad stuff. Do they. Probably not that's probably wrong. Same people the print, the Bible friend. Hustler. They can't. Printers. Leon when I'm in Barnes and noble they they sell they sell Christian books. Some not. So Christian. Also do they do they? Yeah. Right. Yeah. I. Mean I'm just just an interesting little part that'd be out at midnight. We'll have it tomorrow morning for you.

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Dallas: 3 Dead After Fiery Single-Vehicle Crash In Plano

Glenn Beck

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas: 3 Dead After Fiery Single-Vehicle Crash In Plano

"Oh six in early morning crash killed three please the people in Plano this morning the accident occurred about a quarter to four this morning on head coach road in the northwestern section of the city according to Plano police officer David Tilley editor's speed was a factor in the single vehicle accident claimed the lives of three occupants of the car did split in half we have part of the car in the westbound lanes and part in the eastbound lanes and we do anticipate the roadway between independence employees will be closed throughout the morning most likely early party after police say they are still trying to identify the

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"tilley" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"tilley" Discussed on LadyGang

"National pap just GonNa make it. A PAP hosts like a real red card. Okay is that it route. Are you going to put her pop in your bio. You're in love you're starting at. There's no love mine so I've decided my good week is that I've taken the reins of the leading podcast. And since you don't get a quickie for your birthday or as we know we're going to do a quick a birthday themed good week bad week for you. The my good week is to take the reins and happy birthday to me. Happy Pappy I that is this is that I had a great idea for your birthday present but you saw it it. 'cause it was on my laptop and you're working on my laptop and there were like ten desktop photos of Kelsey that I pulled off the Internet from who wore a better. I was GONNA make calendar. Every month would be a time she lost wore about is a great birthday presents. However here's what's really what? I found out about Kelty when when I did this every single time. I Google Image Something Kelsey Knight who were passed the only place I could find the photo was Kelty. NIGHT DOT com. So I couldn't couldn't even find the original source of the photo. She took that Shit and scandal at Kinko's from like the actual magazine exists nowhere else but Kelty night dot com. I have a question regarding that. Yes what's this new the new pick with you and Kelly. How'd you call that Paparrazzi? Oh Yeah you're pop Razzi pick with Kelly. I don't know the Paparazzi. She just showed up at. Your House was walking her. It was crazy. You're nice posed picture with Kelly full hair and makeup. Yeah didn't have any makeup on the. That's why Chris says you you don't that doesn't look like you have no makeup on. Do you want to stop eating on the podcast shows but it was my birthday. What else? What's your good week about me? I could we take the reins of this episode of nights road. Good Week bad week and the good week was that I found out that you are crazier than I even imagined the only place these pictures exist Kelsey night dot to come. But then you're also doing those pictures. And then what was the one of her and Ryan Ross so I ran out of a there. Were only like nine I know and then I was like shoot. I need to just do embarrassing photos of hearst than I like Gould like old Kelty night photos. There's a plethora there was one that came up with her and Ryan Ross and it just so special. I think that was during the era wearing the rose vest. Oh yes good era. Oh yeah you showed me this. That was the night we met at the fancy fancy makeup hair extension was so many flippin eclipse okay. A raccoon tail is all blown like short blunt. Bob And with like a long long. I just like I would've cheated on me to you. Know Jack what's up Okay my good week. There's this new series on wait. It's supposed to be about me. Oh Birthday centric for Kelty. Oh so you my God miss this. Oh I thought that are good. Week was going to be like a collective good week of her birthday. Like a happy healthy centric. That's well listen to this. What's your favorite thing about Kelsey? This game let's go in a circle and say their favorite thing about county. Okay what can I do a good week. That's it's it's interesting this hard. What do you love about Kelsey bad week? I think the question. I've never seen Jackson squeamish my bad week. Miami my bad week that I was going to do on a different episode that can involve both of Jio. That's your guy says good week is both the abyss bitches are on wicky feet.

Amazon Product Differentiation with Jon Tilley of ZonGuru

Amazing FBA

07:48 min | 1 year ago

Amazon Product Differentiation with Jon Tilley of ZonGuru

"We must come into the question of differentiates Because as you said half of as the data side I guess this is more human side. I'd a kind of POL division mud pop. Because obviously he shows up in convention percent- wonderful looking at different from the house. But tell maybe about differentiation. How would you start again particularly from the newcomers perspective as you're looking the markets are against one of the decisions which is the focus of this episodes in learn how to go into a particular market to the data and you've got some kind of school for the listing optimization? Couldn't placement of the main key was use of images videos is in hospital contents. ABC So how do you consider the differentiation pieces prophet market decision and the topic specifically. I think we could talk for days on our on differentiation. I think it's going back points of what I said. which is it's fifty percents? Data's fifty take the decision. The other fifty percents that creative entrepreneurial focused around. Hey can I actually differentiate this product talking not connect with my customer. I can do this bit in the competition in. This is a bunch of ways to tackle. Let's I think that's the first points on that. Is that anybody. Here's launching. A product on Amazon has to differentiate their product in some way whether that's the simple ways through through images in visually or through your brand and through How you communicate that product to customers or obviously final differentiation? We actually changing the product. Whatever whatever range of things that you look at you have to differentiate in in in some way because It's it's not how you can beat your competition. But it's time to the elder in light of you can get Click and then get a high conversion Amazon is GonNa see you as making money for them. They're going to send you more traffic and you're GONNA do better rights you've got to differentiates in some way. I would say even before you looking. Well I guess once you've looked at the data and looking at parts idea. I think it's really going back to and a standing and doing a lot of work around your Avatar so Amazon so much a targeted audience. The more you can understand who you'll talk audiences. What the what the needs? Aw what are they once. What what what are they hate? What do they share and ready breaking it down doing some research Knitting that down your. You've got much more inputs to to how you're going to French. Agile product so that you can connect that that customer note for you on on an emotional level and a functional level which which is really important side though. Those are the kinds of things we I would. I would say anybody. Anybody who's going into Amazon wants the data office question would be how old you know you'll you'll you'll target audience and how much work done around best and if the roof is done then the second point is how do you differentiate but the trigger on differentiation is not to commercialize its commercial. But it's you ride it's a Yukon Yukon overcapitalize on your differentiations. You don't have any nick margin when you saw the product and that's a really tricky thing that a lot of people get wrong in the space they think. Okay Great. I had twenty dollars Kong's product and I'm going to go and spend ten dollars on my packaging because I think it's GonNa make that. He's GonNa stand up so much better than everything else. But you've just. I would capitalize on your products. You've got absolutely no money to to it with unit margin so those Entrepreneurs ones we actually find a product. Yeah they can charge a bunch and differentiated in a way which doesn't ads your your your your colleagues in a mess. Voice important piece just to get right. Absolutely interested in China eliminate Ola three reckonings at coke's cost of goods sold on the full one. Yes I absolutely agree in a non. I'm very glad you brought that up. Because a lot of people obsess. There are two things I want to reflect by. I think is so critical for my experience in working with a lot of new space. Many of whom DVD really well well Of How people do over million dollars on the back of some of what we've done on many do nothing as a lot of people never get around to actually selling but as you do as you said that the massive temptations to it's better in a general way on as you say the destroys the profit margin if you're not careful so about the first thing to say and the second thing you've just understand understand your customer Avatar. I guess putting those two pieces together if you understand exactly what some of the needs of a particular person you can provide that service for that particular person that does exactly the jump. They need but doesn't try and be singing dancing. Netflix Maki net margin him. And not taking for what. You've just been saying Satochi of that Can we take a bit further into that. How would how do you indeed differentiate something for a particular type of customer and keep your net margin is is the sixty eighty four thousand dollar question in my experience so I think the the the first thing there is to get information from your appetite so we actually have a unique tool called the love? Hate tool funny enough which is essentially what it does is for any given category Nisha looking at equal would cowed. How'd or the phrases around positive reviews and negative reviews force specific category And Star in a couple of minutes. You'll you'll have this word cod with with common phrases. What people have what people hate which is an important piece of information input into how he differentiated products bakery you can see all the common themes all trains and unique things that you can solve for the products that are space on not solving full? So that is again going back to commercial viability and and and how you defend your product. You have to start with with with the research. The information and that's the really critical way of getting into in terms of how I differentiate my products. I like to I think about those two to keep things which is one and if I could function differentiated how would I do that. And then to if I could visually differentiated based on aesthetic or or likes that stuff. How would would I do that? And I would lean towards the full obviously because if you can functionally differentiates that. That's an important thing but the second question on functional differentiation Hawkins talking to do that without a massive cost without. It's completely changing molds. Were things like that so again. That comes to radio understanding what your Avatar needs. It's rights and and it might be can't one the other day and it might be the way the doesn't have this additional said of ZIP ties. That are coming up with something that could be something very simple on on that on that level so those are things that I look at and then and I think that you'll brandon and your images is the first thing you should be doing and even today give doing a much better job with that but you can do so much and I still come across people well here in just a few dollars Going onto five at to get images win win win this the one of the most critical things to to businesses. Really shitty things in the right way and going off of Amazon and looking at the top brands any product launch. I'll take my brand literally. Put it in a in a in a image sit did with the top five world will brands for that products and say hey can I sipped with these with these. Brands does not does not product stack up against these top brands in space and I. I think everyone should do that as an exercise. which you look at? How does your brand with the top brands in the world because we have all the tools that we can compete with these days? So you've you've got you've got to really put some evidence that

Come Work For Us: We'll Help Pay Down Your Student Loans

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:27 min | 2 years ago

Come Work For Us: We'll Help Pay Down Your Student Loans

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from NBC's new drama the enemy within Erica shepherd betrayed her country. Now, she's the FBI's only hope in stopping America's greatest enemy. But can she be trusted Mondays beginning February twenty fifth on NBC the size of the average student loan has nearly doubled over the past decade or so collectively Americans carry more than one point five trillion dollars in student loan debt. And some employers are seeing that as an opportunity they're offering to help repay loans on workers behalf as a way to attract and keep their talent. NPR's? Yuki Noguchi reports carrier Brian graduated from college six years ago with a political science degree and twenty eight thousand dollars in student loans. It was stressful because coming out and having to have a a payment of about two hundred seventeen dollars a month. I it just seems like a lot of money to pay back when you don't really know where you're going to be working how much you're going to be making O'Brien. Now twenty-seven wanted to save for a home or a wedding, but loan payments were her biggest roadblock. I've wanted to be debt free before I got married and ideally come to the table with some savings, then a year and a half ago O'Brien joined Fidelity Investments in Irvine California to work in client relations. She was told that after six months, she'd be eligible to have the company contribute to our loan payments. So I quickly marked my calendar. I call my parents at night and told them how excited I was because I had no idea an employer would help you pay off your student loans such benefits are relatively new and unusual. Only four percent of employers surveyed by the society for human resource management offer it, but you can see why it's increasingly popular, especially as school loans, become a bigger shackle. Data suggests student debt is delaying or preventing people in their twenties and thirties from buying homes at the same time unemployment is low and skilled workers hard to find employers who pay down student loans or more attractive. Live especially to younger workers, Kim Wilem is managing partner at Baker Tilley's human resource consulting group millennial turnover is different than any other generation before. And if I'm able to recruit somebody based off this benefit and then retain them for twelve or twenty four months longer than I'm getting a reward out of that. There are possible downsides often if an employee lease before a certain amount of time, they must repay the money. But while him says that can backfire sometimes what we see is that an employee becomes disgruntled, and then they're working they're simply because they don't wanna have to repay. But many say the upside is big at fidelity, for example, more than a quarter of its worker signed up for the program, which is only three years old. It pays up to ten thousand dollars over five years. Oshawa shrieking Taya a vice president of fidelity says those who participate stay longer at the company for us really focusing on retaining those. People especially after we've invested in training them as a really important thing. The program success lead fidelity to now sell it as a service other employers can offer she train beer ball is director of congressional affairs for the site for human resource management. She says loan repayment would be more affordable to nonprofits and small businesses. If congress makes it tax free for employers and workers more employers might be able to offer student loan repayment as a benefit to their employees, even without the tax benefits. Some employers say, it's worthwhile Madeline Macintoshes CEO of penguin Random House, which started offering loan repayment two years ago. She says about ten percent of the publishing companies five thousand employees participate, including she says older people who returned to school or took out loans for kids. I feel like it has really of outsized, emotional or psychological benefits for employees. I feel like if they were ranking it this would be up there at the top. And I don't think it's the most expensive. It's. Cost the company about a million dollars to date, far less. She says than what it spends on health insurance. You can Gucci NPR news Washington support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"The advice that y'all give being from two great guys who are married and in healthy relationships because i think a lot of people feel like discouraged because they're like ever find that and so to have two people two guys on one podcast it's it's really nice so it was really cool that all three of those guys are like happily married i think either all or most of them have children yeah very cool it makes me because send him with like child actors you there's a certain time if you wanna if you want to be child actor and turn out great goal in the sam i wanted to ask i i had like things i know we were talking about i wanted to ask questions but i wonder if because i know that they have done other roles in different projects since the sandlot but that movie is so huge and so i keep saying the word iconic but it is that it's almost always wonder you know people feel like they get stuck in a role or like typecast person but it's kind of an amazing i mean it's amazing problem to have i guess a tom gary i'd i'd i felt like i like to fan girl nauseating but also built like this is small but he he was in black hawk down the revenue leonardo caprio i remember i saw the revenue and i thought that it was small but i didn't i didn't know that was him in it and i was looking just now and he's got quite the quit the film credit he's just in wonder wheel which just came out so he's even though he doesn't live in los angeles he's still making a happy as a real actor those very cool yeah it is it's.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Confidently wrongs go with your heart yeah so the sandlot twenty fifth anniversary blu ray is out now i was want to throw that out there and if you haven't purchased it you really should because i'll go pick one up it's a really good movie it really is and it's so much fun house you guys today's something that like i wish i could go back in time and tell myself like in just a scant few years if you plug away at it you get to hang out in studio these sam i was smalls and ham and it's so much fun thanks great yeah thank you so much we'll be back tomorrow next week we usually tape on mondays because when it come by crain spot for you we'll have some more questions for you again tom gary victim to matia and patrick renna the stars of the samlot hitting it out of the park once again thanks guys thanks that was so fun it was so fine i'm it was different being the only the only girl i know i felt luckily those guys they're super cool not super like you know kind of thing very nice gentle dudes but i did feel bad that you're outnumbered well i mean like you said they were they were like very much like gentlemen and so kind and sweet and i do i like that they were all married and i liked that all the guys i'm surrounded by our great stand up married men yeah yeah i mean i like to think of myself as a stand up married most stood up mary i am the most it up yeah i know i hope that we're you know i like to think that mark and i are trying to set a good example i mean i think that's why i think that's a why especially when i read the comments on the facebook group why our listeners love y'all so much because there is something to it being.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"To go back to florida where my parents live after i was in north carolina and virginia but i haven't seen them in a while and so i was going to have to be back for my sister's birthday so it was going to be very quick trip and i was like it's almost a tease to go for just a couple days and then have to turn around so and then i leave for costa rica on sunday so i'm kind of a busy time the summer's are a little crazy but i'm gonna try and go back in july and stay for a little bit longer so when you go back home do you how long do you usually stay i mean depends right it depends i try to stay at least like five days if i can and that's louisiana florida lord oh i mean you know everyone's kind of spread out so sometimes i go to louisiana 'cause that's where my sister and my nephews live and then my parents aren't florida so we try they're close enough where like either my parents can drive my sister or my sister can drive my parents so just need to get to the south is basically what happens once you even like go home and they're still more traveling to be done so a lot of a lot of walking around probably yeah tons of walking yeah what kind of shoes do you usually wear for that comfortable shoes that's it's a must yeah it's must which actually brings us to our first sponsor of the podcast rossi's they are the flats that we have talked about before on the show they're made from recycled plastic water bottles which seems so crazy yeah but they're styler they're sustainable they're comfortable enough for everyday where whether you're walking in an airport walking around carrying your nephews basically what i do when i do go home they're everyday flats for life on the go there super stylish they're comfortable they come in three styles they have the flat the point in.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"It really like you know the fact that she said that was cute makes me question everything because it's it's not it's it's again the experience of like oh it's fun like i'm i'm assuming once you sleep on it so many times you get used to it but cute isn't the word i'd go does one thing i do remember hearing from her it was the bathroom she she's told me the same thing you always want to hold it like a building building stronger right structure but speaking of tanya she's been on three dates now that's right dr w very serious very serious she says he doesn't listen to the morning show what she talks about a quite a bit on there and i think goes into some detail on there she's very lucky he doesn't listen but it brings it brings up such an interesting thing in my head because it is her job in a sense and i there's a lot of times i feel like i required to share so much of my life but then i have to take a step back and things like what am i like i have to protect i have to protect some things because something's need to be sacred right but i do think that there's some i mean the fact that so many people are so invested in her dating life three dates with this guy and people were like planning our wedding pretty much it's really fun to watch it is to watch i'm really i'm really impressed with how she's handling it because i remember like when i started being someone very early on it felt like the world was racially pressure you know i i was only when the new about it good imagine if there's like thousands of other people like weighing in i know invested in this and giving you their opinions and everything i think i know that's the thing you have to be open to realizing if you're talking about it that everyone's going to have an opinion with everything yeah i realize i if i'm going to post something that even something that i wanted think would like require an opinion a difference of opinion you still have to be prepared for it the other day i posted a.

"tilley" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on The Interchange

"Tilley's be able to earn a return on services procured from distributed resources i that specific question i am am not shore the the inspiration of trying to disconnect utility business model from cap expert on the ground i one hundred percent think is a path to explore we were really and foreign room you're writing this at the time share recorded infrastructures the service as what p was going around saying we were informed by the uk regulatory model a model called rio and the uk done justice they started to identify that incentivizing utilities uh by giving them reader in return on assets they put in the ground encourages one thing put more assets in the ground and they developed a pretty new on some people would say complex nobody says necessarily a was wholly successful but they're really should components where they start to break up to you to route utility returning to a variety of thanks some shirt was related to cap acts that they put in the ground but the goal was to make the utility naas take to whether they install the asset or use someone else's assets to to provide that service and it started unhinged them from this focus of only putting their own equipment on the ground and we turn that into the california contacts in this paper started coin as infrastructures service commissioner florio picked up a component of it and i wouldn't say it's dead i think it's still in the ire the id are proceeding but you're right i i think it's after florida commissioner floreal left it is probably missing a champion right now on the commission right.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Anyone's listening hi maggie secret admirer got secret admire flowers and i was like oh it's great instead leery even really got about a little weird you started going like who has my address right were knows where i live but yeah i think of anyone's building a kitchen table there's some there's some interest there yeah we'll scrubbing un with beckett tilley on facebook yes initial german private group of only one canadians it just means it's not like open to the public like you have to be you have to ask to join and be accepted oh we've been everyone's except of you and we actually we're talking about doing something super fun in there yeah so i would like everyone's fee by i feel like we've got a good amount of feedback doing like a live podcast live version of it like on facebook when your whole life uh event yeah go like a podcast meet up will you like for the podcast in front of yeah and so we'll stream it so that people who don't live close can we could take this thing on a tour told us we begin to how to yourself out of the live stream alive but the live podcast wait you had an interesting thing happened were i'd saw it on her instagram story today they all talked about it but the guy that you saw near discover pay oh yeah it's a really interesting little dilemma because people are really either on one side or the other of this dilemma so i found this guy i was monser short ended up falling asleep saturday night i like four pm or something i look up at eight eight pm was like okay uh so i spend a lot of time on instagram saturday nights longest gone through right as cover feed and i come across this guy and i'm like looking there's profile he went to the university of arizona i think he played football for my that's my alma mater i went to school there and we have some friends in common.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"The advice i want becca and tanya when do i say enough is enough and my falling for stupid games or is it about being patient we've talked about the future marriage kids work at cetera at all matches up we still fall into the onoff routine the of witting me out is that if he's telling the truth when he says that if we date we would get married then why is he not making strides toward that if he never would have said any of this to me i wouldn't have continued to do this on an off thing for the past four years i don't lie confrontation so the thought of having a serious conversation within about this makes me nauseous i'm 2003 he's 2004 i know that's young i don't like the idea of casually dating when it rather be with one person working toward building a life together ps i'm a huge gray's fan and a work in a hospital so i love to pretend i'm in an episode a grace now relatable in i would tell you well done my advice is i hate com i hate confrontation and i hate those conversations that need to happen in these situations but for you to have any sort of clarity and be able to move on whether y'all move forward together you move on and are finally able to do your own thing without constantly having him the back of your mind you have to have that conversation because it sounds like it's just been a back and forth game for about four years now and i understand why you're tired of it yeah i i think that subconsciously you having this relationship with this guy is prohibiting you from may be falling in love with somebody else so i do think i don't think you can have the best of both worlds i think you either need to actually date this guy and take it to the next level or think you need to not have them in your life i do you expressed to hear route said i finally express that i felt strongly for him and wanted to be with him if you can do that.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Yeah i know i remember like even right after the show finish filming owes like wallace's and i was only it was two months of or eight weeks and that was a you know and it was kind of like while there's noone listening to what i'm saying or a camera lurking around the corner version only mike outward and my like i have a bruise on my back okay wait so wearing from originally park city utah okay and the mercy from he was born and raised in minnesota okay and then he had moved to florida to go to school okay gotta when he moved la was in florida okay so you went through the whole dating game in la for him oh we need some help in our date will not so much me because i'm not i'm like inactive on my dating life but tonya is dating and in the process and her loss all baz she said i just wanted to your opinion on this she's on reia and he has c match connecting match of matthew perry chandler being from friends and see her opening line is happy hey goddard is not bad because i use that why not just on him but i had mapped with other people as well and i sent it to all of them genera the problem yeah i feel like there's something really an authentic about dating app online thing because we are what are you to say in know wherever wants to put their best foot forward and paint themselves in a lie you know i've i dunno i honestly now i haven't been single for so long that i don't think i would have any game like every when he says to go to their page and see what their interests are and like maybe like throw that in a room like that so cheesy that's every guy that i matched with on hinged it was like every conversation started because there is like they something from a profile not virginia require you look for soil strikes you alexei choose look at their somebody's profile in says dexter beloved dexter lunatics our gosh i'm on season to have dexter right now and now you've got a conversation icebreaker i guess yeah yeah yeah.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"This is from mali i love the short conversation about soulmates this past week i'm on the same page with you in that i believe in different kinds of cellmates not just romantic i'm wondering do you think meredith can have another soul mate besides derek in pristina you mentioned in real life people finding of their soul mate after their spouse dies would you be openminded to merit of having another real shot with someone else and new not the layman shortlived glimpse who guy with nathan love listening to your podcast one at work if you ever back in nashville will tree to some dr peppers molly are we open the merit of fighting another psalm it now and open to reallife people finding i believe in real people finding and there's domains meredith and sorry that christina i guess at alex is kind of like her person table an soulmate romantically now don't see it don't want it this week's gray's anatomy is backed by the way it's back uh thursday night has called one eight hundred seven nine nine seven two three three is that the logic that aung yeah no is the national domestic violence hotline so they're kind of doing a logic thing 'cause it's gonna be like joe yeah matter morris ran the synopsis of joe finally faces her estranged abusive husband paul stadler while grace loan continues to work with the fbi after a hacker compromised the hospitals computer system we excited i mean i'm super i'm just happy it's back are we had with joe plot at all that the hacker while we're still continuing no we did it oh well it we think it's him it wasn't like they didn't say that it was seeming we need to refresh from hour hopefully is a good previously in front of us one yeah because we need that israel.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"What are being i do want to get married i'm just not in a place where i'm like desperate to get there right but like i'm not someone that like i don't wanna get mary you know i'm just kind of like a non a rush clearly had deleted absolute been not my data i did last on hinge like a day longer like it was like a day i'd match had some riveting conversations awhile no they work and then i just like this of terrible that is funny that he's a talk i did get on the league ethic is yesterday downloaded it 'cause i was like a movie one dating outlets bump up that number two two oh my gosh i could not have both the same time like one was enough trent i'd get in the the worst part is a term a notifications on and i was like this is awful oh is like i thought i was getting lake vital information nude be like i add something about all of gardno member of course wind guys like i don't like all of garden and unlike you're done clearly we're not interested in me because you just made the worst mistake ever saw um yeah so so how did you meet oh actually so um i met amy and tanya actually the same night and we were in vegas for the iheart summer pull party and i was there with robert in our other friends back and i actually feel like robert told amy that he was bringing a girl from the bachelor into oh why are you even wasting your time these girls are some way i didn't quite say that set a similar by like is this girl yes shines la thrilled about about now but then i heard you a number two sauce and my chef of it.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Um you can export a list of your gifts and cinders to make sending thankyou notes very easy which is something i really struggle with at your favorite part but it is my hair part i really enjoyed thank you know received fifty dollars when you register muzola visit zola dot com slash date pod for details that z o l a dot com slash date pod ming you'll get married first army oh it would be a real twists like turn of events of i got married before because that means it really yeah yeah because i think you're like actively searching for more than i am i so mine we got engage at the same time why and have like a double wedding oh how do i do this two vietnamese eaten yeah will cross that bridge when when you over here what's a double wedding tanya naude only happens on tv shows my aunt and her sister had one well that's q you'd be end of that is sharing your day with somebody else for his odds not just minday it will be also tim's day as well it will be tempted to those days well yes was to get your family right you have the tboz right and then you're going to have the tilley's yeah and whoever she's marion gray the lot silky you though and one of our husbands are friends from our presidents have to be friends i like the idea of you being pregnant at the same time and having a lot of that thing i'm not i like i'm not like a huge like is is my day but i that seems very overwhelm okay maybe okay len we'll get pregnant same time.

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"tilley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Instead stand your anger but kicking a man tilley's unconscious as opposed to that man rubbing he has um shall we say his his family the family honour in your face is that isn't that a good word okay that's part of whatever well it's better than you to talking about the genitals and i don't know but let's say you're laying there you passed out drunk and he pulses shorts down and he rubs his family's business all over your face okay margaret we get it all right all right so and then you get up and you kick this mantelpiece unconscious is that what you did that's what i was hoping to do and that's what i imagined i was doing i never really did past saudi got up and laughed at me uh so we'll see unconscious no he was never unconscious he was laughing all the time so that you understand what i'm saying that then why did you see you kicked until he passed out that's what i wanted to have happened that's what i've fantasised the fact is he got up and started laughing at me well i gotta tell you you know you put up with a lot there filled that is not responsible of you to saying i don't care he put up with a lot there but here's the point what is the point i i came on here to talk we're talking about this lsu guy right to be the alabama gut yeah okay the point is that this was an outrageous thing it with sexual battery actually exactly what it was and is is charged the guy with the obscenity and he's going to jail i go to china he's going to jail two years i gotta deal for ninety days because i've kicking some guy and it has no effect on him it had no effect on him go i mentioned baresi i kicked in kicked in kicked and he does late they're looking at me going ha ha ha doesn't hurt.

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"tilley" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"And and save trillions of people trillions that's a lot of people yeah why me where they counting each pavao in the trillions i dunno i think they were counting each everything on every planets in and around the federation right i mean that they're really talking about the cling on the visa existential threat like the board right that yeah if they win this war they're just going to wipe out everybody all right so uh we see stam it's getting old loaded in and tilley always air to put her foot in her mouth she's if they all i'm so glad that you finally told them without your symptoms it was so badly thinking really yeah yeah and apparently another thing on after track the there was a scene that had been cut i think from the previous episode where she was so eager to tell the doctor even then like last episode that she almost did and and she restrained herself from doing it so it was just bursting to come out so soon as she saw something that's when it it popped right out there yeah we didn't get a lot tilley's last couple of episodes no not a whole lot i i think that she was mostly used for character development especially for burnham hand you know but that but okay i speaking of telly yeah i do have a question why she still a cadet she you wanted to narrow her yes she's not in school anymore she's working on this the most important you know method of fighting the clean hands in the entire universe at least maker like acting ensign.

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"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"tilley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Yeah scrubbing in with beckett tilley in iheartradio podcast hello everybody okay so we have a big breaking day to day we had joe joe flood mazda in asking for the sister good day were honoured for you to be here good tanya is right here all right here doj oh no i seeing you guys bill but in a different today is hanging i'm here for an la for like while we uh yeah for a full week you i'll have been saying at my home but you me last name last you last night and i will say i was glad to see jordan but it was the sad thing you have leaving icee i was watching her instagram story of beca like literally laying on top of you and i will say that it's been the i have been that person that i'm like laying on top of becca and she's pushing me off of her why she wasn't really ha i was more like issue as an i was i was like me that i can we and have you all disgust who there's a lot of sort of touching amongst your the reason yeah okay well there's this fan account out there but i don't know we can talk about this sure okay i'm a very touchy fairly person with my friends with my family but there's someone out there that that's made an instagram called joe joe embeka are lesbian lovers nuts it that is that it's run their cows our now i'm always a little less than they were a cow yucca and joe dr lesbian lovers that it now it's always a little scary unlike chai post that snap it so i know every time we posted a photo judges lay anxiety goes through the roof i like her girlfriend i'm like listen you have a fiancee i'm the suspicious one of that is very true it's find out i don't care i mean i'm like very i would say like of antonio literally world basically girlfriend's at this point and so like it's just accepted it people dhingra lesbians whatever right no no shame yeah no shame my game i like the air climbers them.

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