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"times mall" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

05:51 min | 8 months ago

"times mall" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"So in the hospitals like thirty minutes away so i was like dreading a car ride because my hips were in so much pain that i was like. I need to arrive there. I need to teleport indus- be there. It's of those contraction styles. It's it's painful. I mean people as what it is. It's a pain but. Va paint but like twenty times mall. Yeah did your water Break with both of them. No so we they did. They did so. That's why i'm like okay. My so went to the grocery store in my mom. My mom was and we came back over. None of his son like my water woken. Actually it is like the move is just keep coming in my case just down and i'm like i don't think it'd be a pretty good control of myself and i guess you know it was the what of breaking obviously size. I'll get great because you lied. You'll want a break go immediately to the hospital. So i thought okay i'm gonna go to the hospital and i'm going to have the baby within an hour. I didn't know it's like a boss. Says the shake you they would have been sending rita so broke but it was still not technically i just letting don't care why we the second with my with the bay with my second one my what are they did break in. It was the night before. I do find before i do that so i was hoping i was walking so much i was. I wear those waters. They i need 'cause i was worried. I'm going to get up in the middle of the night fully with the tamil contraction. And i won't be making to the hospital like he almost didn't make talking about it that it's been amazing experience Yeah how was it. Transitioning from one kid to too. So i was in such a mood. you know. The second baby was actually planned. All maslin look. I don't know how long it's going to get pregnant. And i'm thirty eight so just try. I mean whenever we know my second was tough to get regular after five months. So i i got pregnant but i was also so giving the phase of diapers and foam lines food than baby food and all that stuff so is already like very big into our. I was into the baby staff already. So yeah i mean. I was not a big deal and thankfully my baby Both of the pretty good sleepers. I think aidid was less but relatively days. He's the pretty well. she's been sleeping till the nonsense. She was five weeks a while though. I didn't wake up in the middle of the night on. So i actually. I feel like the exhausted. I'm exhausted because babies just in genetic of work and you know the show staff now. The show stuff is the momentum is dying. It's been like three months as sexually today. I think three months exactly are something every memory but it's been a busy live But the so. That's what. I'm not sure how it would be the transition between two babies in third and that's one awarded about one have a big family the same time. I don't know i'm going back and forth. You still have time. Yeah yeah. I just had my first but but we would like a big family too. So we'll see. I mean it's it's definitely. It's hard knowing but one thing that i've heard from a lot of people is. You'll never regret having another baby but you might regret not so that's like a lot of people would be looking things that's a great way to look at things. I thought my husband you know. Let's say let's me that's what happened in my my son would be Bandage she will already be no woking on that so see how we finished with feeling really want to go back through divan. Sleepless nights for couple of weeks so in Hopefully weeks months. We will see 'cause my parents don't live here and he's only eat. It would not so we need the health So whilst yeah also i mean. I didn't wake my baby up. Either i think the first week she was. Because i was like so paranoid. And it was my first kid. And i'm like But then after that like so but she she doesn't sleep through the night but she'll go sometimes eight to ten hour stretches which is awesome but then you know right now i feel like she's in a regression the other night she was up like every hour and i'm like oh my god did i eat something also palm. Yeah i was trying to pop. Nothing came out. So i kinda gave up pretty quickly in a phone a so. Maybe that's the reason it could be. But i mean don't that's awesome that your kids are able to sleep so that you are able to get some as well. How was it with your second kid. 'cause she was born right when everything happened like with the pandemic and what month was she born in. May and i said willie demidov different crying. And now it's actually warns did may right. I dunno case because you eleven maybe eleven weeks ago we to technically well mask and then my husband was the only one allow the hospice. Auditing the delivery room. But it was fine you know. I didn't feel like the nurses maybe when came to my woman. Lewis maybe dot was different. Today's fence in.

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"times mall" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"times mall" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Santa is still coming to the mall this year, but things will look a bit different due to the Corona virus pandemic. The Vintage Fair Mall in Modesto said Santa will still be arriving on November 20th. However, a new contactless experience is being implemented. For this year's festivity. Santa will be at least 6 ft away and wearing a mask it'll Times Mall officials added that no one will be able to sit on Santa's lap and tell them what they want for Christmas. But a mail box will be on site to take letters and lists. There were major traffic delays on my five year outgrow following an overturned big rig spilling onions onto the roadway. According to Caltrans. The crash happened shortly after 12:30 P.m. on Saturday near Hood, Franklin Road. Initially, the Overturned vehicle impacted traffic in both directions, but by 2 40 P I'm one of the South bound lanes was reopened. Details on exactly what caused the vehicle to overturn have not been disclosed. I'm Johnny de Agostini, Sacramento traffic and a very pleasant good afternoon to you. We go to Rancho Cordova eastbound 50 before May they're filled road. You got vehicles. We even ended out of the lanes waving flags. Westbound cap at the 99 50 split. Look outfor a hazard blocking the right ling Westbound 80 at Alcorn Boulevard Lookout for Ah Kong Town vehicle, blocking an unknown lane of traffic. Westbound cap. After what Avenue? I'm looking at a stall next to the right lane traffic, all the tenants every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Steve Herrera News 33.1 KFBK Now Sacramento weather Sunshine Mix it with some clouds for this afternoon high in the low eighties. Clear tonight.

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Moll Cutpurse

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Moll Cutpurse

"Teach along the way and today we're looking back a mile uppers, and the reason why malls supper stands out because she's literally a women that do not play by the, and as you know, women make history when you break some rules. This episode initially aired during our building necessarily. And here's Jenny Kaplan to tell you more about her. Hello for Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Lamonica. When you imagine England in the era of Shakespeare, you may think of a golden age with the booming economy, a rising interest in exploration and growing merchant middle class, but there was more to it than that. Today traveling to the underbelly of London home to thieves, jokers and tricksters who played both sides of the law are villainous at the day was the most infamous woman of that world. Let's talk about Mary. Frith better known as mall covers. Mary's legacy lies somewhere between truth and legend. Records from her time are often exaggerated, biased or made up. That said here's the story of the cutting mall. Cut Purse as we know it. Mary was born in London in about fifteen eighty four. Her father was an honest cobbler. Nonetheless, Mary's first brush with the law occurred when she was sixteen years old. She was prosecuted for sealing purses. Mary's family quickly grew frustrated with her unf- eminent behavior. Some accounts say that in sixteen o nine. They learned her out to the docks by telling her. There was a wrestling match, and then tricked her onto a ship headed for north. America Mary managed to arrange passage back to shore with betting money. She brought for the match. When she made it back to London she quickly joined a group of pickpockets, earning her name mall cut purse in reference to the way pickpockets cut the purses straight off of their victims hits. Mary also earned a name for herself. Her tavern performances. She would sing dance. Play her loot and crack jokes wall dressed in male clothing. That was quite shocking at the time. To win a bet mall wants gallivanting through the streets of London on the city's most famous performing horse. She wore men's clothing dramatically carried a banner and Blue Trumpet. As soon as the locals recognized her, a riot broke out. The fans and enemies went while some tried to pull her off her horse while others cheered her on mall, just barely managed to escape and collector winnings in the next furrow. Walk quickly grew infamous enough to have books and plays written about her. One play called. The roaring girl features a comedic matchmaking main character named Mall. She's Cold Mad Mall. Life these acts. Team. According to her own testimony, Mary performed at least one after piece for that show. That's short, lighthearted act that follows a theaters main event. In sixteen eleven mall was arrested and thrown in jail for a few months, possibly because of her seemingly inappropriate performance, the following year after pieces were outlawed in the country for their often vulgar nature and tendency to attract pickpockets. Very playhouse where mall performed was used as an example in the case mall was arrested once again a few months later in Saint Paul's Cathedral and she eventually confessed to being publicly drunk swearing, associating with criminals, and of course, flaunting her male clothing. She did Penance at Saint Paul's Cathedral Wall tearfully drunk. Malls. Illegal activities didn't stop there far from it. By sixteen fourteen, she was operating a brokerage of stolen goods out of her house on Fleet Street thieves came to her to sell their spoils and victims would have no choice but to try buying them back hoping to avoid a lengthy court case. Authorities didn't try to stop any of this. In fact, they sometimes came to mall for her expertise and familiarity with local feeds around that time mall also got married, though even that seemed like a means to a criminal end for her. She never actually lived with her husband, and didn't mention him in her. Will Mall continued her underground business as usual, but now at the elevated reputation given to married women, she could even defeat court cases brought against her maiden name by

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"times mall" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"times mall" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Kobe nineteen safely getting back to work and back to school but the hearing will look very different the chairman of the committee Republican senator Lamar Alexander will run it remotely he's in South Korea to unite for one of his staffers tested positive for coke at nineteen and three of the nation's senior public health officials Dr Anthony Fauci CDC director Dr Robert Redfield an FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn all three will testify over video teleconference Redfield and Haner in quarantine for two weeks after contact with the White House staffer who tested positive found she says he's in a lot of fide quarantine Karen Travers ABC news Washington as forty five states begin easing restrictions for residents to leave their homes the White House now fighting against its own potential coronavirus out for White House is looking to ramp up social distancing measures including having more aids in secret service agents wear masks and space sixty to park during meetings among those who tested positive the vice president's press secretary his office saying in a statement he will be at the White House today and that he has tested negative every single day that's horse wanted to see if they gather you re opening of America's continuing in some states obviously a bit at a time malls are back open and I will but open malls don't necessarily mean open stores I will governor Kim Reynolds re opening some businesses in the state some shoppers are already hitting the malls with Corentin has been really yeah a bummer and stuff however the Iowa department of public health is only allowing all three open at fifty percent capacity hours are reduced and social distancing measures are in place it's great that only thing is there's nothing.

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Food52's Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs on their community media model

Digiday Podcast

13:37 min | 1 year ago

Food52's Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs on their community media model

"This week I'm joined by Amanda Hesser and Merill Stubbs the CO founders food fifty. Two fifty two is interesting. Example of a crop of publishers that are finding diverse business models that stretch far beyond advertising fifty two makes money in a variety of ways including through the sales of its own products. I spoke with Amanda and Merrill about the business bottle and I hope you enjoy it Maryland. Amanda Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank podcast is their second ever join. PODCAST explain the founding story for food fifty two well Maryland. I actually worked together for five years before we started food. Fifty two which If you ever decide to start a company or highly recommend trial marriage and we weren't. We didn't start working together intending to start a company we were working on a book project that I was doing When I was at the New York Times and we just completely hit it off and worked intensely together for five years and while we were working of course we were? You know. There's a Lotta shop talk about what was happening in the industry and the seems James Kept kept emerging that we felt like they were so much cool stuff happening in the food world offline and this wasn't this energy And this big. Cultural sea-change wasn't reflected online which was of course very surprising because online is supposed is to be the land of innovation and we felt like you know. Hey why why. Isn't somebody doing something better online. And why do we as people people who love cooking love home. Why do we not feel served well? And so. That's when we decided that we would try to create that place and by place. Yes we don't mean site we mean a world so this is how many years ago ten twelve ten ten ten years ago. Okay so what did you say. What specifically did you see Merrill or like out in the real world? Yeah that wasn't being served because then maybe it's now I mean food is very it's very popular online noticed this popular then. Too Thick way would say recipes were very popular And they still are clearly but what we were seeing happening. offline was very much about getting together. It was about connecting people like minded people whether whether they were home cooks or even semi professionals you know people were like quitting their jobs as lawyers and accountants to start chocolate making business or become ceramicist and and getting together in whether was sort of pop up dinners or food swaps. We were covering all of these things as journalists lists and we felt that aside from food blogs which were really exploding there was no platform form for real people to have a say to share their knowledge and expertise to have a social experience with with one another. You know trade ideas. I inspiration talk about everything from recipes to techniques to products. You know all the stuff you. I need to make those recipes Come to life to have a dinner. Party you know. Set your table. All of these things that to us were so clearly part of a lifestyle which has become such a cliche word but it it really is the best way of describing world is Amanda said and the Internet was such a we felt like it was was such a great place to to get people to connect and no one was really doing it. So you had these. You know traditional print media publications who were basically just republishing their print content online and then massive recipe sites which some of which were crowd source but there was no sense of community or curation or point of view okay you saw bone petite and you saw all recipes and you said there's something to something it's more than that. It's more that that Eh Americans had had previously released treated food as part of in in our culture as this niche interest and it has utility forty two. Yeah one of the two right. Yeah Yeah and then it had moved to the center where had become this really critical part of American identity. And how how you know how you express yourself how you lived. How you who you know how you socialize how you traveled where you shop for food what you wanted to know about the ingredients? It was it it had it had such this. You know. Primary part of every people's everyday lives suddenly that And no one was treating it that way. A in in in either as a as a content provider or as shop and or as a mechanism for connecting people. Did you have a typical person. You were like we're going to make this for this type of person I wanNA say like a psychographic or some yeah seriously I mean so. Many founders of companies knees are creating products that that's true but I think if we were enough people like you out there are the like you know. Not many people work for the New New York. Times mall and very lucrative audio. It's definitely a broader sort of psychographic to use your word. I think we were picturing assuring. Well not even obsessive. I mean just enthusiasts right people and people have to get dinner on the table every night people who like hosting hosting People who want we're getting really into creating a sense of home in the kitchen was the center of that of then have to no no. No we definitely had no. That was around pretty early on we had we had a bunch of enthusiasts Talking to each other but I think we were kind of thinking about food blogs who are the super you know super in that. They're willing to put blood sweat and tears into onto trying to make a business out of creating content around food and cooking but then we were very convinced through our own observations. John's and research that there was the next kind of broader level of people who really really care and enjoy cooking and enjoy you know creating getting a sense of home and gathering around food that just did not have the time or the inclination to create a blog but might if they if they did right but they were had real lives lives. They had other fashions so community was always going to be at the sentence. Yeah explain why you thought that was going to be important. Well that Oddly enough that insight site came from the New York Times archive from the nineteenth century Because that was the project that we're working on this cookbook. That was recipes from the whole near Eric Thames history. And what was really interesting. Was that all the pretty much like ninety five percent of the times recipes in the nineteenth century which there were many. Many many All came from readers and it was very much like this crowd sourced experience where the editors would say you know. We're looking for soup recipes. And then the next you could see the next week they would readers eaters would send them in and they were very. They actually tweet like the recipes. They were very short Dead Ed. And they're very subtle nineteenth century. Way And Yeah and we were fascinated by this because we felt like. Wow this is actually really amusing content and this whole audio crowdsourcing of course was like being talked about in the modern day as this is news if angle thing And we felt like well no in fact Like this has existed forever. This is Community cookbooks have have existed for a very long time. It's a part of American culture and So we felt like there was like a reference point. That was familiar to everyone that it just needed to be surfaced What did the business plan look like? Was Her business plan. Yeah I mean we were not trying to launch a company and then figure out the business model. We understood that we felt that. If you built a company that was more multifaceted than unjust straight up media company or Stream Commerce company that you would end up with a diversified. And you're saying that now it's and cared. No one was listening to us and no one wanted to give us money for it but we were talking about it. You would have listened. I mean we started on Day Day one with revenue we with an ad network from the another very first day. We launched the site because we were determined to build a business from in the beginning that did have a path for you think this is going to be ads because I mean ten years you did we. Yeah we thought there would be as would be a component of it but not all adds no no and that's why we actually started talking about products from almost a one as well Because we were we had set out to build this kind of larger this larger idea and it I mean I. I don't think we certainly didn't have a clear sense. Sense of what the exact parameters would look like but we knew that there were all of these components that people who like minded people people like us people so like you know the that sort of next level below. The food bloggers They're they're these multifaceted needs and people were having to go to all different places to satisfy satisfy them and we felt like there was a real opportunity to create a brand that was very community focused. That would also be a one stop shop for people so we couldn't execute all all of that at the beginning But we made ad revenue from the beginning and talked about products. Because we we really feel strongly. You can't separate the two you know if you're if you're gonNA make this great stew recipe that you've just looked up you you need the right pot to make it in And so it's just a natural part of the conversation with people who care about cooking and food so we started talking about products very early. On in fact we had a shop in our may have Very early on on that just featured products that we liked sent people off we actually had a had an editor a shop editor and she would feature a product every day and we would just link off to other sites to direct people where they could get them. Nope no because this was very early days. Yeah I mean this was before affiliate programs were very very much of a thing but also because I coming from the world journalism. We felt like we needed to do this cautiously we needed to build trust. We didn't want people to think that we were just. You know I'm trying to sell things. right off the bat and you wanted to get them comfortable with and also we understood that the most important thing to do was to really build trust and Loyalty through the content and building this community so that so we focused on that So we could prove that out and then with the with the dream goal of being able to have a more fully fleshed shop up some day so what was the hardest part of building the community before we get to the modernisation said because without the community this monetization. I mean it takes a lot of you. Have to want to participate. And while you're trying to like build your company and run your company and you you're figuring things out also sue V like answering comments on on on the blog or you know answering comments on a recipe and just being very like engaged and active and it's not like hard bard is just that it actually takes a lot of times. I think we were just working around the clock. Yeah all the time because we wanted to be present and be Active parts of the community. Because we always felt that you know. We don't have a community we are the community and Because we felt like at that time when you win sites had communities they were sort of shoved adopt the side kind of like. Here's the real content and then you guys can chat over here and we wanted community to be everywhere in our in On our site and so we felt like it was really critical to get the message across that you know we were setting the tone. We were You know we were. We were part the conversation and we were listening. So how did the business model evolve. I mean those mostly ad said I Yeah so we bootstrap the site so we ah the first money and was actually a book deal and that's what we operated the site on for eighteen months and then we did seed round and during that first eighteen eighteen months we had We signed up with an AD network. Do you remember ad networks. Well I was there. Save media the but the first one was something else I still some say media. Swag thank you young for well. You know what we loved about saying media is they they they. They paid us a flat fee per month. And you know when you're you know we you. You don't know what you're doing and it was just really nice to know like okay we've got this coming in And and then we'll figure out a bunch of other things that under the other things that need to be sorted so You know that so we were just kind of Trying to build up. We're really focused. Basically I'm building our traffic and following so that that that we could keep negotiating higher monthly Fees from say and you know the other Ad Ad Networks and then then eventually I think it was two thousand twelve when we decided okay. We need to build our own ad team. That's when we hired our first ad

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"times mall" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"All right. I so you're are you are you just office weekend? Are you just like hanging with family this weekend? Is that what you do? I don't like to publicly admit that. But yeah. My mom. So nothing do. So what do you do? I mean, do you golf do you play golf? I mean, what do you do? I do not you do not go off. Okay. So what do you do? I mean, do you. I. How? Probably binge Brock Meyer. I'll probably do. I like I like that. Yeah. Are you a game of thrones guy? Are you game of thrones guy? That's a that's a tough subject. I am not. I am not. Hey, gee, OT guy. See not. And you know, I love television the history. I just never got into it. And I don't see myself doing it. Can I on time soon? I'll give you bench. Barry on HBO of you've seen that. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I'm a guy. I'm up to date. Okay. Okay. I'm very up-to-date. Okay. All right. All right. Very good. And I appreciate you watched on sorry yet. I'm sorry. I of course, I have I've been on it up a soda that. I know you. He worked freight handing out goldfish at a at a kids party much to the dismay of all the cast members. Yes. Which I would never do. That's a fun show. I would never dare get you. All right. Well, again, I appreciate now that we are on our live on the rich Eisen show. I appreciate the brio with what you read the pros. Lot of synergy. Also, you know, what a rich lanky lefty. That's another one that has to go alongside never say. Like writing a lake. Well, it depends on what sport depends on what sport. Okay. In basketball. All well. Well, in baseball, lefties are crafty. Crafty lengthy awesome. You know, what I mean crafty, right? Randy jump. That's one of the many reasons why Randy Johnson was such an outlier there was nothing crafty about him every other left every other lefties crafty, all of Nayna, Tom glavin, glavin crafty, right? We can't going on I ever even saw lefty grove always clear. He's crafty. That's what I'm saying. I and you take care of yourself have a great weekend. Man have a great weekend off you thanks for the call them. I'm going to start game of thrones right now. We'll see about the NBA finals. That's I eagle everybody. The best ideas. I love the greatest how about that. He had no idea. We're going to talk about the WWE is that a stock line from the iron Sheik. Do you think he just came up with that? Or that's something he uses I feel like he's used up. I think feels funny got it. You just throw it in there. It was a delightful way to start. They professional lead pipe wielding professional. Fantastic. If the Knicks wind up with Zion all bets are off, man. Yeah. Then we can have a different conversation. When is that? When is the gets the draft lottery. It's two weeks. I'll Zoro richeisenshow researchers gonna look that up because in Chris Brockman zoo news update, the Dolan wormhole forms. I promise not to be young into the gravitational pull Tuesday may fourteenth day may fourteenth. Oh, baby. You're gonna hover outside the mole. Please do me a favor in the break about to take at look to see if JD in the straight shots as playing on may fourteenth somewhere, that's part of the I know I I know know. I know what story's coming. I know what story's coming about dole. Great. You know, Google like predicts your searches I have searched this so many times mall after his type in J D in the first option JD in the straight shock torn. Oh, yeah. Those cookies have been dropped on that on that device. I bet they have Dolan wormhole cooked, by the way, great fantasy team Dolan wormhole cookies his next tour data's may thirtieth. So he's all okay. We're off on a commercial break your phone calls. Chris Brockman news update when we come back. Everybody's got it to do list. Drop off the dry cleaning pick-up some milk..

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"times mall" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"Completely alone no this you are not alone in time mall will be given to you and you will understand mo i must go now but i will never leave by my time here is over i will always be with you things are not what they seem as these woods lift his mouth is father was gone on the long ride home from some cam he prayed impre that he's dream wasn't true but the voice within him and the tea is that flowed down his cheeks told him otherwise he asked his aunt and uncle who would come to take him home what happened why have you come but no matter how many times he asked on the ten how drunk south he received the same answer your mom asked us to come and get you that is all we know when finally he opened the door to his house he hoped to see his father sitting in the burned orange chair where he said every night with a drink in his hand listening to the radio but the chair was empty mo ran through the people that crowded the cramped hot rooms what are they doing here he thought looking for what he already knew he would not find when he found his mother in the kitchen he ran towards her mum mum wiz that when he sold the ts in her eyes he said mum you okay as she hugged him time she burst into tears and said your father is gone in the past no matter how bad things was she always knew how to savings in just the right way to comforting today who woods did not bring comfort the torrential flood of teas she expected to pull from those is did know come and it troubled her moments later it was hey woods comfort to her and for just a moment through tease she smiled inside thinking he is his mother son he's tease finally came in the late hours of the night when one day turns into the next table next to his bid held a framed picture of his dad the gloss was cracked in the picture now on the uncontrollable pain inside him could be quieted no longer there in the solitude of his bed covered with blankets a scream silence screams from the core if he's got screams that no one but the silence could hear the finality of it all striking he would never sit again waiting for the tone of his father's hand on the donor and never run jump is into his outstretched arms to welcome him on it would never again walk with him on the loft with him late into the night he was gone and just as he was falling asleep he saw his father just long enough to remind the woods had spoken previously you don't be sad i've done what i was both here to do what you need now i cannot give you soon others will come to guide you mo wanted who these were and how they would come when the gift of sleep finally arrived it took him while he was prying that those who would guide him would come soon you read it so well i love it it sounds new to me when you read it it sounds fresh and new and takes me right back so it's a great story it's a great read you know and and again it's it's a story i think that really expresses the emotions of loss to anybody doesn't have to be a father could be a mother brother sister the emotions still very similar and who has in the laws yeah we all have right yeah and so for me like i would love to know what that brought up in you because it was so real for you if you if you don't mind sharing it well i think familiar i said early my dad passed away while i was away while i was in in thailand at the time i remember specifically being on a beach in costa me with the might of mine who'd come over for a holiday and getting coal from mime mom bicycling said you should talk to the.

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"times mall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Always said i wanted to leave the game better than what i got it right now we're we're learning about concussions charleen ct and all the different things that you know the cumulative effect of eightyearold there's no we'll talk about eight championships at the hall of fame jim brown every summer we'll talk about pop what can we stop this i mean every saturday we putting out children on the on the on the football field with a weekend warrior don't care about anything but taking the trophy back to always talking about look what i did what these kids inside they hit three hundred times mall let's talk about right oh it was when he was eight nine ten years old so now my brain goes in the guy who play from when he was in high school you see what i'm saying the whole range goal rage all of us to do how do you smoke weed how often do i smoke groundwater i never put it on the clock that would put it on a time schedule i never thought about anything like that but i do take him i wanna i have no problem with so it's more about the enjoyment than it is any physical pain the way down to i mean but i don't i don't use my i don't mix my marijuana here my medicine they're two separate things i'd be true it's all natural help proud of that does the inflammation in my swelling is my body and so i use oil a topical and sometimes with me when i'm on the road when i go to different places you know thc nowhere in it marty marijuana those two things separate the table medicines in.

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"times mall" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"They're so guys call me when you've done a real study please the end and i'm sorry but yet none of that jibes i've been having s was i got my first standing desk in 1995 and if it does slowdown mental ability at least and i can blame it on that not all the booze but fair enough rebelled probably probably the booze anyway um entrepreneur magazine hasn't infographic that i thought was very interesting a snapshot of online image theft in this is uh this is relevant to our interests because we've talked about it several times on the show should admit really just be a link to pinterest but they they say that pinterest is only forty one percent of the social media site's for image theft bloggers 21percent youtube nineteen tumbler fifteen facebook two percent and twitter only one percent instagram following with another one percent i find that instagram when completely unbelievable because all these social media marketers and thought leaders and yoga gurus and people are selling me ads all or stealing people's photography in pudding cute sayings over them and posting them every day and so i think instagram is much higher than that i agree it's an interesting infographic i think they've they put some work into it the one problem i had with the article was it said thanks to social media in blogs image theft is a major issue sorry them ask the internet not social media and blogs the internet causes this it's not just that now at that's what i had to say about that but check out the infographic if you're into uh the scene where people steal your images because happens to me all the damn time mall nobody thinks about it you you google you do a google it it search and you grab whatever fits relevant to your needs and and that's that and google i.

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"times mall" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh

ESPN Pittsburgh

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh

"Oh welcome back to the sporting life in our last segment you her poor one of my interview with brian fogel man behind the net flicks documentary acriss about statesponsored doping in russia here's part to you guys go to the times after you get a subpoena here do you as she decide because what's the case actually which actually go to court through a chink of goes to court could be a gag order he won't be able talked about a story he feels in you feel that the only way to really protect him is by getting his story out there you go to the times with with phials of information with with large amount of documentary evidence but this is taking place in the story breaks a chunk of breaks his silence at that point is is a filmmaker where do you stand you know and mirrors we went from essentially one journey into another but during the sevenmonth i would call a daily crisis between november and may of 2016 where we go to the new york times mall i was making a film meaning i had guys there with cameras lease filming and the film making process was completely secondary to the crisismanagement we will working out how to get gregory lawyers and law firm after law firm passed because they had conflicts and then trips uh with rushing businesses or with russia uh we couldn't get him immigration council we were working with a crisis management company the trump the to navigate how to bring the store at the same time were moving his location every couple of weeks to different safe house since we're moving our production offices and the film making process became totally secondary other than the fact that that we had cameras role and it was an incredibly incredibly tense thanh because gregory and i and my team uh understood the gravity of these accusations of we were gonna put forward on the evidence and that this was information that not only the olympics the ioc would have done anything to sweep under the rug wallet the.

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"times mall" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Welcome back to the sporting life in our last segment you heard poor water my interview with brian fogel the man behind the net flicks documentary acriss about statesponsored doping in russia here's part to you guys go to the times after you get a subpoena here in the us you decide because what's the case actually which actually go to court went through a chink of goes to court could be a gag order he won't be able to talk about a story he feels and you feel that the only way to really protect him is by getting his story out there you go to the times with with phials of information with with large amount of documentary evidence but this is taking place in the story breaks radchenko breaks his silence at that point is a filmmaker where do you stand mirrors we went from essentially one journey into another but during the sevenmonth i would call it daily crisis between november and may of 2016 where we go to the new york times mall i was making a film meaning i hadn't guys there with cameras leash filming and the film making process was completely secondary to the crisismanagement we were working out how to get gregory lawyers and law firm after law firm passed because they had conflicts and then trips uh with rushing businesses or with russia uh we couldn't get him immigration council we were working with a crisis management company try the to navigate how to bring the store at the same time were moving his location every couple of weeks to different safe houses were moving our production offices and the film making process became totally secondary other than the fact that that we had cameras role and it was a an incredibly incredibly tense thanh because gregory.

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"times mall" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Welcome back to the sporting life in our last segment you her part one of my interview with brian fogel man behind the net flicks documentary it chris about statesponsored doping in russia here's part to you guys go to the times after you get a subpoena here the us you decide because once the case actually when she actually go to court went through a chink of goes to court could be a gag order he won't be able to talk about his story he feels and you feel that the only way to really protect him is by getting his story out there you go to the times with with phials of information with with large amount of documentary evidence but this has taken place in the story breaks chunk of breaks his silence at that point is a filmmaker where do you stand in the mirror as we went from essentially one journey into another but during the sevenmonth i would call it daily crisis between november and may of 2016 where we go to the new york times mall i was making a film meaning i hadn't guys there with cameras leash filming in the film making process was completely secondary to the crisismanagement we were working out how to get gregory lawyers and law firm after law firm passed because they had conflicts of interest uh with rushing businesses or with russia uh we couldn't get him immigration council we were working with the crisis management company try to to navigate how to bring the store at the same time were moving his location every couple of weeks the different house since we're moving our production offices and the film making process became totally secondary other than the fact that that we had camera troll and it was a an incredibly incredibly tense time because gregory.

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"times mall" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"I've forty i forty is takes in a lot more traffic volume than it used to you if you're gonna have a backup on i forty uh a third entrance is not going to help with the traffic on mall bail boulevard the the other thing about the uh uh their argument about fix the traffic is they want the residents of mom l to pay your sales tax in order to fund this third entrance but at the same time mall bell boulevard the traffic on it such as it is it a lot of it is created by residents of north little rock in these uh uh multi unit uh uh developments it had been built over the last ten years i i'm gonna jump in here eight elaine yates lane had a point there she seen signs oliver more mel saying fix our roads in kind of wondering whose paying for that is the city paying those signs that is a very good question uh the uh there is an entity that was created just recently called uh mom l visions for the future yeah uh mom male visions for the future is a uh local is a legislative uh uh questioned committee that was uh uh forum and it has to report it's donations uh under the law and if you look at their donations they have already they raised the almost fifty thousand dollars from uh outside developers in special interest okay and in a lot of these people have our entities a lotta mora llcs uh women liability shirt me right have they plunked down wa ten thousand dollars uh without a in and this is just the opening round yeah so he land elena you're planning on telling all your neighbors uh i by the way we have come at a march thirteen i i have to face this guy thank him very very much i am both teams though and i appreciate his time okay we appreciate you to elaine thank you uh george ruder is there going to be any kind of a town hall meeting their imam l between now and march 13th to discuss this kind of stuff there is going to be a second town hall meeting it you want to call it that again it is sponsored by the proponents of these measures of course chamber of commerce of course in particular dislike the one they had a few weeks ago yeah and it in my opinion it is the the way it set.

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"times mall" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

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"times mall" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

Jenna & Julien Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

"It's made with its it is also a grandma bryce noodles boom near literally proving our point it's made with new rice agha of noodles which doesn't matter within the noodles it it all noticed final noodle no rice it's made with rice tilts bit over there let's not no noodles or the final product ahha does it matter what's in them you don't say oh ooh are you okay you don't say i like eggs because eggs cake you say i like cake credit the final form with one ingredient of it rice nationals have been they've gone through a lot to get to where they are and now they're noodles another great in there in the family of some of the best foods our people as human beings on this planet earth know how to enjoy which has pasta and new every italian passengers disc side from resulted which any gordon ramsey is not as good as pasta comes from noodles think of every possible issue like um pasta dish many all vodka mullan as an afraid of mack and cheese what our unity without noodles nothing you can do nothing you can have no dish anymore you're going to be stuck with patai every night imagine that it's like your life right now yeah i can't imagine it it's my reality winds every time rice races one ingredient of one type of noodles rice feeds more people in the world the new or to leyla on on you can eat it off its she is not expensive you can have a billion of it at a time mall pats an unfair as unfair everybody knows you can eat rice never gain weight basically celery were you watching the cooking channel on you now on your phone is that how did you just said.

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"times mall" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"To this forty wife you've been listing to my interview with filmmaker brian fogel about his riveting new netflix documentary it chris it tells the story of the head of the russian anti doping lab that was in fact undermining efforts to test poor performance enhancing drugs you guys go to the times after you get a subpoena here in the us should decide because what's the case actually which actually go to corwin thread chink of goes to court could be a gag order he won't be able to talk about a story he feels and you feel that the only way to really protect him is by getting his story out there you go to the times with phials of information with large amount of documentary evidence but this is taking place in the story break six by of breaks his silence at that point is a filmmaker where do you stand alone we went from essentially one journey into another but during the sevenmonth i would call it daily crisis between november and may of 2016 where we go to the new york times mall i was making a film meaning i hadn't guys there with cameras filming and the film making process was completely secondary to the crisismanagement we were working out how to get gregory lawyers and law firm after law firm passed because they had conflicts and then uh uh uh was rushing businesses or with russia uh we couldn't get him immigration council we were working with a crisis management company to try to to navigate how to bring the store at the same time we shall machine his location every couple of weeks to different safe since we're moving our production offices and the film making process became totally secondary other than the fact that we had cameras role and it was a an incredibly incredibly tense time because gregory.

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"times mall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To live in pick and so you're giving them getting something great for yourself and on that note wilson chrissy teigen ga you're right away if she calls in whatever name done by yeah why talk when a seven one everything and a florida's blaine and landed surely can be serious i am serious uh and don't call me shirley entertain nato had friday we is news we believe minnesotans deserve the trip we learned the state of minnesota is not the first state to look into this operation stuff like this to sawant i'm liam claim five a week just news asked the tough questions to get answers for what purpose alshabaab what it's powell illegitimate power taking action why inspect if you're not gonna enforce getting results i was a lawyer because i am a pair of three children five it would news investigates on a theorist allison janney mob soon added on five nights of the challenge who described the show to viewers well very simply it's the inspiring story of my character body flock at a year over the ages that's it that's the word i'm interested in i think it's the story of nasty plunkett a silver single monarchs were of time who despite the damage were by her mice have route time mall five nights a week at eleven at eleven thirty on 45 tv forty five uh hey it's ryan antena the owners of moss envi the place the cells ecofriendly products for your home in life.

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"times mall" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on AP News

"Rules take effect in sixty days from when it's published in the federal register the tina retailer abercrombie and fitch says it's no longer looking to sell the company in may the company said it was in talks with several parties about a potential deal but on monday said it is ended all such negotiations where people are shopping at lower cost fast fashion stores like agent man forever twenty one and that's wreak havoc can one time mall mainstays like abercrombie in fit shape the company says sales remain strong had it surf inspired hollister brand let's continuing to work on improving the performance at abercrombie the trump administration says it remains confident the senate will pass the healthcare bill despite sharp republican divisions ap washington correspondent sargra madani reports of vote could come as soon as next week to republicans say the initial version of the bill is dead white house legislative chief mark short's says gop p leaders are reworking it we believe the villas changing significantly in wales garnered the necessary votes i wanna ask senators were torn from their holiday break some protesters gathered at the capitol with another recess looming in three weeks the president tweeted he could cannot imagine that congress would dare leave town without finishing the bill short says he needs to get done or the bridge jake may go away i think that the president has every right to call congress back if necessary saga remain ghani at the white house kantor presents terrible terrible anderson asians joe adrian eric so off welfare hello to my little free his kantor's voice from out even have to be good you just have to say it and your tv finds it not nutcracker voice remote on kantor from cox cable tv reimagined to get you write to the good staff available to residential customers in kosovo serious brother what like natural why fraph is view and that'll things for the budget for the conditions apply.

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"times mall" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"times mall" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

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