35 Burst results for "Tina Tina"
Dinesh Questions the FBI's Motive for Seizing Mike Lindell's Phone
"The FBI has seized Mike lindell's cell phone this happened on Tuesday. Apparently lindell was at a hardee's drive-through in Mankato Minnesota. Several, I believe three FBI agents showed up. They produced a warrant. They asked lindell if he had a computer and a phone apparently, lindell doesn't even own a computer. He's like, I do everything on my phone. And they confiscated his phone. Lindell says, quote, they told me not to tell anybody. Okay, I won't. Well, I am. So lindell is not willing to keep this private. Apparently lindell was duck hunting. They came back, they were gonna get a bite, and then three cars with four FBI agents showed up. Now, the FBI agents stole lindell. We're not arresting you. We just have a warrant for your phone. And lindell said that they asked him some questions, including some questions about his website, Frank speech. And lindell then in interview said, quote, all I'm trying to do is get rid of voting machines and have our paper ballots hand counted election, so this seems to be part of a kind of widening net of Biden DoJ going after various types of people. The full story here is a little unclear because they're not the government is not clearly saying what they're after here. Steve Bannon had warned several days ago that a number of Trump people were kind of in the sights of the government. He implied that some of this was connected with January 6th. And initially I thought that maybe this is why they were going after lindell, but trying to suggest that because lindell had said, made remarks about the election that he was somehow complicit in January 6th, but it doesn't look like that's the case. At least as a New York Times report here that says that the agents who took the phone were interested in lindell's ties to a woman named Tina Peters. This is the clerk of mesa county, Colorado. She's evidently under indictment, not a federal indictment, but has stayed indictment because she was apparently trying to get some data from a dominion voting machine.
MyPillow exec Lindell says FBI agents seized his cellphone
"My pillow CEO Mike lindell says FBI agents have seized his cell phone though the circumstances are unclear Lindell says several agents approached him at a hardee's drive-through in Minnesota with a warrant to take the phone on a video version of his podcast lindell showed a letter signed by a federal prosecutor in Colorado about an official criminal probe of a suspected felony The Justice Department has not commented on either the seizure or the investigation Lindell says the agents questioned him about Tina Peters a Colorado county clerk who's been charged in what prosecutors say was a deceptive scheme to breach voting system technology Peter's appeared at an event hosted last year by lindell who's been trying to prove voting machines have been manipulated Sagar Meghani Washington
What Is the Current Power Dynamic Between Parents and Schools?
"Is the power relationship right now? After a year and a half of what you and Tina have been doing after people like Lilith, like Tatiana Ibrahim standing up, is it shifting? Because what I see at the school boards, I went to one of the recent ones in Virginia where they said, if a child, even in kindergarten, uses the wrong pronoun for another student, they can be actually suspended. So if Freddy comes in and says today, I'm Julie. If his body Tom calls him Freddy, that kid can get suspended. It seems to me as if these school boards to put it mildly, don't give a damn what the parents want. I think it depends where you are right now in America. And I think it depends about the leadership in your state. You know, I think what you see in Florida is you have a very strong governor who has said a very clear course for what the future of education is going to look like in Florida. I think you have a governor in Virginia, who everyone was very excited about. But I'd be lying if I told you that I'm not concerned about some of the laws and things that are being required that are requiring critical race theory, given a different name, but could a core race there in a lot of this gender theory to be pushed down into schools. And so, you know, I guess my question would be, where is governor youngkin on these issues? And I'm hearing and seeing a lot of unrest amongst Virginia parents who are looking for leadership from this leadership team to be able to help in that area. I don't think teachers are feeling represented by the union. I certainly saw that as a school board member. We would go through bargaining and I would often go back into the classrooms. My kids teachers and I would ask sometimes, you know, aware of what the bargaining with the teachers you knew is bargaining for at the table, oftentimes teachers had no idea.
Cofounder Tiffany Justice Describes 'Moms for Liberty'
"Are the cofounder of an amazing organization, moms for liberty, which is only founded a couple of years ago. What is mom's celebrity? Let's start there. Yeah, so 18 months ago, Tina deskovic and I cofounded a group called moms for liberty, out of Florida, we both served as school board members. And so now you find us here and across America, moms and dads standing up, we have 215 chapters and 40 states. So dads are allowed. Dads are small. Yeah, we know sexual discrimination. No, and we know that strongmen supports strong women. So submission. The mission is to be the watchdogs of the districts. Never again allow public education to indoctrinate our children and to make them hate America. We know that there are shared values amongst the people in America and it doesn't matter what political party they belong to. And we really believe that we're bringing people together who want to have a brighter future for their kids. Right,
Aces spoil Sue Bird's retirement party, topple Storm 89-81
"The aces spoiled the final regular season home game for Sue bird by beating the storm 89 81 Asia Wilson scored 29 points and Kelsey plum had 16 including a key three pointer in the final minute Chelsea gray and Jackie young both scored 15 and the ace has never trailed the final 28 minutes Brianna Stewart poured in the season high 35 points and Tina Charles added 19 for Seattle Bird finished with 9.6 assists and four rebounds The aces kept alive their hopes of catching Chicago for the number one seed going into the final week I'm Dave fairy
Steve Bannon Wants You to Get Off Your A$$!
"Right, I wish we could spend hours on this next topic, but as I'm sure you do, Steve, although you're not on Twitter, you don't like social media because you are a sane man. A lot of my followers say, I'm not voting again. That's it. They stole it in 20. We're done for. How do you deal with the question of the zuckerbergs? The drop boxes, the mules, I don't the GOP knew what the DNC we're going to do in 2020. Rona mcdaniel didn't do anything, either consciously or because she's incompetent. Where do we stand now in politics? Trump campaign didn't know anything. No, no, no, no, nobody. Nobody who was responsible did anything. So where do we stand now? Between Tina Peters and Colorado, what's happening in Wisconsin. You have people on the case. Is it perfect? It is far from perfect. Does it mean that you've got to walk away from your commitment to this Republican to this party? In the tough times in the American Revolution, the people put their guns down, just walk away. Did they do that in the Civil War? They do that in World War II. With the world is very imperfect, okay? And we have major forces aligned against this. I want you to go, if you say, they stole it, go look in the mirror and look at yourself and see if you can tell every patriot grave from time immemorial down to the present. That, oh, it's so tough. They stole it. They use the machines. I can't do it anymore. No. Not only do you have to vote, you have to get off your ass and get to work. You have to become a precinct committee man. You have to become some of the works. And if you don't like the elections, become a poll worker, not just a poll watcher, run to become an election official. Get off your ass, you owe it to yourself. You owe it to your family more importantly to your country and to every generation that's gotten us here today.
Voting Fraud Tina Peters Blames Election Fraud for Losing Primary
"This Tina Peters, the pro Trump election official under indictment for breaching voting machines lost her bid for Colorado Secretary of State on Tuesday voters. Although she denies it, she says we didn't lose. We just found evidence of more fraud. They're cheating and will prove it once again. Oh my God. No Republican is clever. She gave in third place. She gave me third place. No Republicans ever going to admit they lost, Carl. We will not stand until we come in last place and with no votes. I mean, this is one of those thank gods. First of all, she's on her way to prison for fraud in the 2020. She's up for Secretary of State of Colorado. Thank God, but either Republicans who rejected her, by the way. Yes. Yes. So there's some good news,
Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries
"To have Congress's staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday in Colorado one of former president Trump's most Ardent supporters representative Lauren boebert won the nomination in the third congressional district while election denied or Tina Peters lost her bid to become the Republican nominee for Secretary of State to Pam Anderson and a Republican who favors some abortion access Joe O'Day won the Senate primary against a far right candidate in Mississippi a member of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 election but supported a January 6th the investigation won the Republican runoff in the third congressional district representative Michael guest defeated pro Trump challenger Michael Cassidy in Illinois far right state senator Darren Bailey who got a late endorsement from Trump won the Republican nomination for governor he faces democratic incumbent governor JD pritzker representative Mary Miller a 2020 election denier who has spoken admiringly of Adolf Hitler won her Republican primary and reverend Jesse Jackson's son Jonathan won a 17 candidate democratic primary for an open congressional seat in New York Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew a former Trump White House aide lost the Republican primary for governor to representative Lee zeldin He will take on governor Kathy hochul who won her democratic primary I'm Julie Walker
Moms for Liberty's Tina Descovich Describes Targeting by the Feds
"In an extraordinary story, many of you probably heard it was just about a month ago, moms for liberty, great organization, moms for liberty dot org was targeted by the Department of Justice by use of the Patriot Act, and we have with us the cofounder of moms for liberty, who does an amazing job Tina deskovic. I think I said that right. And welcome to the program. Thanks. You did better than most with my laugh. I grew up with a bunch of Serbs, so I'm guessing it's Serbian. It could be Croatian or something else. But Tina, welcome to the program and tell us about the what happened, mom's for liberty, targeted by our federal government and will go from there. Yeah, sure. I mean, most people are familiar by now what's gone on over the past year. We were founded January 1st of 2021 immediately our chapter started showing up at school board meetings all over the country. And by the fall of 2021, there was remarkably this letter from the national school board association that was exposed that Merrick Garland put out that he was going to use the Patriot Act to start investigating parents for domestic terrorism. And I think America was shocked. I know our organization was shocked. We felt like it was a direct attack. And we knew it was a direct attack on us and the work that we were doing and how successful we were being at changing what was going on in school districts. What's happened recently is I think it hasn't been covered nearly enough. Jim Jordan representative Jim Jordan came out and they put out a whistleblower letter that somebody from in the FBI because Merrick Garland said under oath that, oh, we're not targeting parents, you know, that that's not what's happening at all. But the FBI whistleblower came out and said, oh, absolutely. They're targeting parents, and we were named moms for everybody was named having parents that have been contacted and investigated for showing up at school board meetings.
Breitbart: Republican Currently Leads Oregon Gubernatorial Race
"Just a little side note a little story that Jim shared with me earlier So I was like oh this is interesting So there's a Republican is leading the Oregon governor race I was like he kind of threw that out as a one off And I'm like hang on that's interesting I don't have to tell you what the Pacific Northwest is like It's pretty much like it is here in California but with less deodorant And so here is an article from breitbart Conducted between May 25th and 27th a new poll from Nelson research showed that Christine draws in had 29.5% of support out of 516 likely voters while Democrat Tina kotek had just 27.5% of support with a margin of era 4.3% independent Betsy Johnson trails with just 19.4% of the vote Now I don't know Nelson research is pretty reputable I don't know how much stock you want to put into that small of a sample size but these pollsters do know what they're doing for the most part With some exceptions we've seen as we know over the last few years But I just find it interesting that that that's even a headline Things are shifting
Is Overturning Roe v Wade a Radical or Conservative Choice?
"This is Tina. Tina says, quote, Charlie, I read a column of one of my conservative Friends shared on Twitter. That was written by someone on the right apparently said overturning roe versus wade wasn't conservative. Okay, so this is a column by Brett Stevens, who used to be a really smart person and he's just become almost unreadable in recent years. And this Brett Stevens now writes for The New York Times. And Brett Stevens wrote this for The New York Times. Overturning roe is a radical, not conservative choice. Now he calls himself a conservative, he's just about the same type of conservative as Bill kristol. That should tell you everything you need to know. Dear chief justice Roberts, justice Barrett Gorsuch Kavanaugh and Thomas, as you'll no doubt agree roe versus wade was an ill judged decision one was handed down January 22nd, 1973. It continues by saying, roe versus wade diminished the standing on the court by turning it into an even more political branch of government. But a half century is a long time. America is a different place, with a most of its population born after Rowe was decided. After a decision to overturn roe, which the court seemed poised to do, according to the leak of a draft of a majority opinion by justice Samuel Alito, would do more to replicate gross damage than to reverse it. He says it would be a radical, not conservative choice. So Brett Stevens, who I assume is very highly educated. I would like him to tell me what is the definition of radical. It means to the root to the core. To the basis. Brett Stevens asks the question in The New York Times. What is conservative, he says? It is above all, the conviction that abrupt and profound changes to established laws and common expectations are utterly destructive to respect for their law and institutions established to uphold it. And especially when those changes are instigated from above with neither Democrat consent, nor broad consensus. Okay, that is not what a conservative is, okay? If there is an immoral or destructive law, a conservative has a moral obligation to try to repeal it and get rid of it quickly.
"tina " Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast
"I've touched the coral because I have a grays and a bruise on my leg from the day before. So doing that exact thing. And you know, I did the right sunscreen. It was very careful. But it's still an anecdote. And just seeing it knowing that probably 50 years ago, it was 500 and bright and colorful. And there would be so many more fish. And in some ways, now it felt like a graveyard. There's a few fish. There's a decent amount of fish. But I know. In my heart, that there was a lot more fish. These are the strongest survivors that are still there. So anyway, so I'm going around and then all of a sudden I see it. A sea turtle. And it is huge. Like, probably four feet tall. We want to know how much it weighs 200 pounds. And I'm just reaching it. Like me and the sea turtle. Just like a meat, I could attach it. If I wanted to I kept my distance I wanted to, you know, get me respectful of it. But it was right there. And I was just floating. And trying to be gentle. Watching it. For a good 5 minutes, just trying to soak in that moment that was a life once in a lifetime moment. And then I see something like the corner of my eye. And there's another one. So close. To me, I can touch it. Like, it was right. And we were looking at each other dead in the eyes. And straight in the face or whatever the turn is. It was unbelievable. So now I'm watching these two turtles. Feeding, we're both getting knocked around a bit, by the waves on top. And it was just. I can't even just, again, on earth day. So connected to mother earth and just this world. Reminding me we're all connected. We're all just trying to live. Um, and it was powerful. And they didn't stay in there too long after that. I looked around as a few more fish and some really beautiful ones. But I wanted to get back and process. So I went back and showered. And then I went and sat and watched the sunset. Which was, again, spectacular. And. You know, I said, and my Instagram page on my bucket list is one of the things that said is to see he says something like to see the most spectacular sunrise. Imaginable or something like that. And I thought that was going to be the morning. When I booked that tour, I thought, right? This is it. I'm gonna check it off. But it wasn't that. I mean, there was a beautiful sunrise. There's also cloud cover. And so it always could have been better. And. Always could have been better. And I also. What does that even mean? Like if you look at in terms of sun sunset or sunrise, with the most unbelievable looks like of a volcano crater in front of it. When you put those together, is that it? Last night when I was watching the sunset, it was like a kind of textbook what you would expect. I actually took a time looks video, which I will put on my stories when I eventually upload them. And it was spectacular in terms of like, if there was some clouds on either side so it just like accentuated and made it more powerful, the punch of the sunset and the colors and just the beach in front of the mountains to the side like that was it too, right? And I just decided last night that that one, I'm checking it up. I've seen spectacular sun sets and sunrises in my life, but they've never felt unquote good enough. But when is ever gonna be good enough? What is the perfect sunrise? Or sunset, is it? You know, somewhere like the crater where it happened to be for a hurricane comes through and the sky is purple and blue and yellow and like the most just beautiful thing you could see, but knowing that then within a few hours that community that place is going to be slammed. With something so destructive. So I just really got thinking about that and how. What is what is good enough, just like I don't ever think I'm good enough and you likely don't think you're good enough. When will what is a perfect sunrise look like? So I decided I'm checking it off. I don't know which one will come to mind when I'm 80 years old. And I look through that. But I don't care. What matters? Is that I've had the honor, the privilege, the gift of being able to do this. Okay, Friends. When I get to the beach, I'm going to come to a walk. I'm just going to walk back. Let you listen with me. We're going to remind you if you can share these on social media that really helps people to find these. So take your picture. Feel it. Let's do that when we get to the beach. When I stop, please. Don't feel like Tina's got freaking Maui and beaches and palm trees in the background, and I've got a garbage. The engine can come to a look. I've got a garbage bin and I've got nothing exciting. Please, this just helps me to feel like I'm running with you. And help me appreciate that you enjoy these. So just take a picture. It's not about the what you see. It really. It's about me. And you connecting, doing this together. So I need it, so it was a very random spot for a stop, so not many of you probably will stop. But please read very strong. But please take a picture for me. For me, I do this for you, I don't mind carrying around the money, I don't want to do all these things. I take a picture for me. Please, whether you finish now or in a bit. So, I mean, I could talk for an hour on this experience. This trip is just, I mean, I haven't even done the marathon tomorrow. But this trip is just so much to share and just feel so fortunate for a lot of experience. Thank you for joining me. As I said, I love a few share when you share on social media. You can also. Send me an email. If you enjoy these. And I'm just gonna let them stay out with the sound of the ocean. I'm not gonna say anything else. I'm gonna give you this time of listening. While we walk back, maybe you could do a body scan while you're walking. This is still running to your body scan to finish up. And just think about what opportunities in your life have you had to be grateful for. And it doesn't have to be a sunrise and set like I just mentioned. It doesn't have to be of a mouth. When it's good enough. Maybe you're good enough. I mean, I remember expecting a sunrise I visit apartment building in my second year, or third year of college being spectacular. Maybe it's that what do you appreciative of? All right, Friends. See you on Wednesday for running reunion. Friday or.
Arizona AG Mark Brnovich: The Serious Issues With Ballot Drop Boxes
"Then when you throw on top of that this use of ballot drop boxes and the fact that there was a lack of chain of custody for 20% of the ballots And so we're talking about upwards of 200,000 ballots that had an insufficient Tina custody when it came to the procedures as to how those ballots were transported and stored and so those are really really serious issues and then once we've got the last layer you throw on top of that the fact that private grant money from people like Mark Zuckerberg is being used to help finance elections that's going to the democratic Secretary of State the democratic election officials in the largest counties Maricopa and pima county I mean that's something that once again we as voters should be very very wary about some rich dude dropping in and spending millions of dollars for supposedly election awareness whatever they say And then at the end of the day it tends to not only hear in Arizona put out throughout the country go to democratic officials that run elections
"tina " Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast
"Yeah. Amen. So it will be about a minute. From when they start the race before we go. And yeah, it's going to be fun, right? I'm just going to let you take in the atmosphere and let me take in the outs for the two. I'm not sure by the way how loudly you're going to be able to hear my voice, so the first few miles I might not say much. And I'm going to assume you can hear me, but you may not be able to hear me. I don't know most of the way who knows. So this might be a bit of a difference together on in terms of you may hear very little from me, even though I'll be talking to you, but we're just going to roll with it and see how it goes. And if you can't hear me, you'll hear me atmosphere, which is just as important, right? What is it to hate around? Now remember Tina, do you know what they're crazy? I have to keep myself normal here. This is going to be tricky. It's going to be the hottest hot..
AJ on Female Oscar Hosts
"It wouldn't be a show in late March without me giving you my asking pics. We all know that your big show is Sunday Night. I hope it's gonna be a good show. I don't really approve of the three female hosts. None of them won the sites know. Amy Schumer used to be funny until she just became this elite liberal woke progressive person. I can't stand her. You know, give me Tina Fey again. Give me Sarah Silverman. Give me there's plenty of women I'd go with. Not the three they picked this year. Please know. Then I'm gonna do probably ten minutes a piece here and there, come in, come on the stage and leave the stage. The less they say the better, I just know I'm gonna cringe in the opening.
Attacks from within seen as a growing threat to elections
"Elections officials around the country are being warned to watch for potential breaches to their voting system security which could come from outside or from within the mid term elections are still months away but a handful of states are already investigating whether local elections officials ordered or assisted in security breaches at their own offices there's a case in mesa county Colorado Republican clerk Tina Peters is accused of copying a hard drive and then the data showed up at an online conservative symposium I didn't go in to try to address some conspiracy theory Michigan secretary of state John salen Benson says she's worried about political activists running for local election positions because they believe president trump's claims that his election was stolen putting them in positions of authority over elections as it came to putting arsonists in charge of the fire department I'm Jackie Quinn
"tina " Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast
"But I just, it's not so I guess it intense, it's not so narrow in that it's just pinned on my running ability, my body's ability to perform in conditions I can not control. And then other times with myself, I feel angry for. When that competitiveness rises up in me. I kind of view that Tina of less than. I have a less evolved person. And yeah, I was immature. Or maybe not even immature, less mature, maybe at that time. I just felt, I mean, even the fact that I remember I would do my workouts and see the tech. You know these cars, they don't. They don't know what you're doing. They don't know. How for you, this is really important. There's nothing saying they can't hit you. Or that they won't that they will move out the way for you. What do they know to? I was kind of very naively felt like I was invincible. And that it didn't matter who I interrupted in their daily life. Because what I was doing was important. And so I feel like really, I mean, when we think about people's roles in lives being important, what I was doing compared to many people's roles in this world was so insignificant. But yeah, so I kind of feel frustration or anger towards that Tina. That felt she was invincible, I guess I've realized my failing is that the word. Just like how I'm not invincible how newspaper. How I'm not invincible how I'm not unable to I'm not so important, I guess. And that competitiveness that I feel raising up in me sometimes and so much like if I'm totally honest. I look to people who are what I consider wiser, more, you know, they understand the meaning of life..
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Gives Breaking Update on Eric's Show
"Now here's where we're at Eric I'm announced in this on your show. Okay. What we've done, now, now I did a Facebook Live two date or yesterday. I did a Facebook Live and I'm and I told what I'm gonna tell you right now. I said, you know what? Dominion deleted is deleting the whole 2020 election and they have to preserve evidence Tina Peters has a before and after, they have to preserve evidence in any lawsuits. There's been over 200 lawsuits and threatening letters from dominion in this country. Now, they help to preserve evidence. It's a felony. You kept keep stuff in the machines of to federal crime because you didn't keep it for 22 months. It's a state Colorado state crime and other states do. We've got them in all the states. Well, also, they didn't preserve evidence in my case in my cases, and my pillow sued them, remember, and smartmatic. So they didn't preserve Evan. We've been sending them preservation of evidence things for months. What they did Eric is they threw the guns into the river after they committed a murder. Now, I told this story yesterday. Now here's where I'm breaking on your thing. Alan duke, everybody is ahead of the Facebook fact checker. There's 5 of them. It's a company he's co owner with a guy named Martin overseas. He's overseas. We went head to head in battles with him. They're the Facebook fact checkers called lead stories. Very famous episode on Frank speech. I went shame on it, shame on you all and duke. That's for that same came from. Alan duke has covered up more stuff on Facebook. Now remember, Mark Zuckerberg came out three weeks ago and said, the Facebook fact checkers are just opinions. He said it in court. He said they're just opinions. The no, you didn't hear about that, everybody. He took cover his own butt. He said they're just opinion. But Ellen duke, he's been late. He's been standing away from Eric until yesterday. When I announced this, that this deletion, this stuff that Tina Peters has, he put a Facebook fact check over it and said and stopped all the live stream and it says you click on it and it says, here's why it's partially false it says partially false information. At the cyber symposium, we put up on the board what Tina Peters found what they deleted, but it was just like the, you know, it takes months of cyber guys to dig into that. We put it up there and two guys at the symposium made comments. Yep, that's just not true. It looks like they came out of two machines. So he put this Facebook fact check over yesterday. Well, I got news for you, Alan duke. Since then, 5 different cyber teams or cyber people independent of each other have dug into what was deleted. It's over for dominion. We're going to get this to Alan duke too. So he's going to do a public apology to the whole country and say yes, this is true. But Eric, you know what we're doing with this, we're bringing it to the judge in D.C. and saying, hey, they deleted they didn't preserve evidence in this case.
Paul Rudd hosts 'SNL' sans audience, Charli XCX amid omicron
"NBC NBC Saturday Saturday Night Night Live Live has has once once again again pulled pulled back back because because of of the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic this this time time because because of of the the surging surging Omicron Omicron variant variant I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with the the latest latest Saturday Saturday Night Night Live Live was was not not in in front front of of an an audience audience nor nor was was it it entirely entirely live live host host Paul Paul Rudd Rudd appeared appeared with with only only Tom Tom Hanks Hanks Tina Tina fey fey and and Keenan Keenan Thompson Thompson because because of of the the spike spike in in the the Omicron Omicron variance variance in in out out of of an an abundance abundance of of caution caution Hanks Hanks announced announced that that most most of of the the cast cast and and crew crew were were sent sent home home musical musical guest guest Charli Charli XCX XCX tweeted tweeted she she was was devastated devastated and and heartbroken heartbroken that that she she had had to to cancel cancel because because of of the the limited limited crew crew the the show show you you sketches sketches that that were were taped taped earlier earlier in in the the week week and and past past highlights highlights
Live theater in London, NYC grapple with new virus outbreaks
"The the newest newest corona corona virus virus variant variant has has derailed derailed Broadway Broadway just just as as it's it's trying trying to to get get back back on on track track spread spread of of Omicron Omicron variant variant means means the the show show will will not not go go on on as as usual usual on on Broadway Broadway one one of of the the biggest biggest productions productions being being shut shut down down as as Hamilton Hamilton it it will will be be dark dark through through the the end end of of the the work work week week other other shows shows that that have have scrub scrub performances performances this this week week include include Harry Harry potter potter and and the the cursed cursed child child Tina Tina into into proud proud and and Mrs Mrs Doubtfire Doubtfire it it has has been been dark dark since since Sunday Sunday and and plans plans to to resume resume on on Tuesday Tuesday the the variant variant has has also also polished polished a a revival revival of of cabaret cabaret starring starring Eddie Eddie Redmayne Redmayne on on London's London's west west end end theater theater district district I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
Biden says pardoned turkeys will get ‘boosted,’ not ‘basted’
"President Biden pardon two thanksgiving turkeys last year the pardoned turkeys were named corn and calm this year Tina potter and jelly I have to admit to my wife died like three minutes that's what I like for lunch these turkeys are from Indiana the president says they were selected based on their temperaments appearance and I suspect vaccination status needed broader in jelly will be going back to Indiana to a place far away from the dinner table yes is set to get even based on these two truckers a get a boost to president to pardon Turkey since Abraham Lincoln but George H. W. bush made it a tradition starting in nineteen eighty nine at Donahue Washington
"tina " Discussed on Made of Mettle
"But then her coming out as the winner above all. I mean victorious doesn't even begin to describe the energy that i get from tina's life so many obstacles so much pain and heartache and then the abuse for so many years how can someone live under such conditions but continue to shine like a star in the sky to live with such must have been unbearable but to take the leap to leave like to take that risk to lose everything and then gain it all back in then. Some i mean tina wasn't just a star. Tina turner was an international superstar celebrity. I mean her legacy her style. Her energy the way she enraptured audiences on stage four decades these are things cannot be taught things that cannot be shared in spite of all her life being considered not quite good enough being underestimated being literally beaten down by the circumstances surrounding her then rising up so far high up that she became what she already knew. She was a star in the sky. And oh did tina shine. How lucky we are that we can all dance under teen star sean to this day. Love tina turner. I mean in also see are. Don't tell anybody though you can check out more. These episodes at made of metal podcast dot com. We're on spotify apple podcasts. Pretty much anywhere. You listen to podcasts. So please subscribe review share and you can follow us on instagram and facebook. So that's made of metal m. e. t. t. l. e. and if you love the show we'd like to support my passion for sharing these stories with you. You can support me on by me. Coffee dot com poured slash made of metal. And don't forget followed subscribe review. Tell your friends about my sweet sultry voice. I can't describe how happy. I am reading the feedback from you guys it is. I mean moving beyond absolutely i. I'm just so grateful. So thank you so much for listening. I love sharing this with you. Just thank you so much truly in as always my love's bloom you are planted.
"tina " Discussed on Made of Mettle
"These were much smaller shows in songs than she had experienced with. Considering the level of fame sheet achieved with ike and tina review. Tina worked tirelessly in music. Gigs movie roles as well as features on other ardor songs throughout all of this. Tina never lost. Her determination are also wanted to highlight that record. Companies were treating tina as if her career was already over as they didn't believe or want to support tina as a solo artist. Tina had so much opposition in not many believers when she ventured out on her own but she let the stopper did she let this paralyze her keep her from what she knew that she could do. Absolutely not tina's career took a turn around nineteen eighty-three when she'd recorded a song titled let's stay together a hit that was originally made by the greek al green. Another one of my absolute favorites. Finally tina song was a hit in the states and overseas in one thousand nine hundred four tina signed a record deal and recorded her groundbreaking album private dancer which featured the iconic. What's live got to do got to do with this album and song would win. Four grammys including record of the year in sold millions of copies world wide. What's love got to do with it. Was number. One and tina became a well. Deserved international superstar from this point on tina. Continue to make hit records give incredible performances live on tv starred in multiple movies and was the author of a new york times bestseller autobiography. That autobiography was later turned into the iconic movie. What's love got to do with it. That depicted tina's heroin abuse under ike. That was released in nineteen ninety three. The soundtrack featured new hits recorded by tina. That would go on to be double platinum. Tina continued to record and release revolutionary hits and was eventually inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame with hike in nineteen ninety-one tina second solo album was just as successful as her first and another one. That reached the top of the charts. Another one of tina's iconic hits titled the best actually would outsell her previous hit album private dancer just to give you an idea of what sort of success. This woman was experiencing. What is the most impressive. Is that although tina was in her late sixties at this point. She'd had a fiftieth anniversary tour. In two thousand eight that will sold out for the entire tour. That is two years from two thousand eight to two thousand nine and a wonderful happy twist. Tina married the love of her life. Erwin balk at the age of seventy three and twenty thirteen. Tina received a lifetime achievement award in twenty eighteen and in twenty twenty one. Tina released the documentary simply titled tina. Which was her final farewell tour fans in life in music which. I highly recommend to watch you guys. Tina was i mean it was just like there are no words. It was incredible. Tina is alive and well living in zurich switzerland as a swiss citizen with her husband. Ike turner her former husband and banding died in two thousand seven from a drug overdose. I loved this story. I mean so many reasons. The element of tina coming from a broken home going through such incredible trauma. I can relate to that so much.
"tina " Discussed on Made of Mettle
"Tina felt she'd had no options and nothing to live for and had made at least two separate suicide attempts. Tina continued to tour and record throughout the abuse for many years until something changed. Tina was introduced to buddhism and exploring. This new knowledge would change the entire trajectory of her life. Tina began to practice buddhism and began to wake up to her own power. She no longer wanted to live stuck as a prisoner in her own home in marriage beaten and raped on a daily basis forced to work throughout it all losing all hope for an escape. Tina wanted to do better. It was in the late seventies but tina would reach her breaking point. Ike and tina were traveling in dallas to a show when i struck tina in the backseat. At this point. Tina had had enough. She began fighting back and upon arrival of their hotel. Tina fled and never looked back. The couple would divorce in nineteen. Seventy eight in tina was stripped of everything. I took everything in terms of financial resources and fought tina for the only thing. She requested her name thankfully. Tina won the battle in court and was able to retain her stage name. Tina turner after leaving the ban. Tina didn't immediately shoot to stardom as a solo artist. All of career and notoriety was attached to the ike and tina review. But tina did not let this deter tino worked cleaning homes and performed in smaller shows while also continuing to record..
"tina " Discussed on Made of Mettle
"After i met tina. He knew that she was destined for the spotlight. Tina had a stage presence. That was riveting. While i was talented in playing the background and managing the band after joining the band anime stage name became her life long moniker of tina turner when tina was just twenty years old in one thousand nine hundred sixty. She stepped into record a song titled a fool in love for missing singer. In i expand the song became a hit. In the kings of rhythm evolved into the ike and tina review. The ike and tina review quickly gained a huge audience for their live performances. As everyone became entranced whenever tina would take the stage. The group released several other hit singles and were touring extensively around nineteen sixty two amongst all their fame and success. Tina and ike were married in mexico. Tina had a family with ike. As well as i can't children from a previous marriage as well as tina they would have one child of their own bringing the total children to four four boys. No less. Although tina was a mother with familiar duties due to ice abusive relationship tactics tina was not able to spend time with her family as she'd wished tina was kept to a strict recording. Rehearsing in touring schedule. That had her on the road for more than half the year in nineteen sixty six. Tina was introduced to phil spector. Who at the time was one of the most innovative and sought after producers of the era phil and tina recorded the album titled river deep mountain high. Which did great overseas specifically in europe but was not as well received in the united states. Although this didn't hinder tina's fame as the ike and tina review were still selling out performances on the heels of their european success. The ike and tina review began touring with the rolling stones. A superstar rock band with a massive following in nineteen sixty nine. This tour brought even more visibility to tina's amazing performances and tina released an album with ike in one thousand nine hundred seventy one titled working together..
"tina " Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"We can talk about the documentary. Tina and i would love to know how you came to the project. Carter sure so. Tj martin and dan lindsey the directors of the film. We had worked together before and we are generally sort of friends here in los angeles in the documentary community and they had started this project with another amazing under terron gould and they sort of took it. I'd say for eight months or so trying to find. Its way and i think the kind of burned out after a little while trying to sort of identify voices of film and actually took a break Because we have worked together before. I came in to started fresh blood. Look at it from a different point of view and then we basically went nine months from there and took it to the finish line so at that point when you became involved. I am imagining. They already shot all the interviews with tina and then with There's a handful of people who show up in new footage. Interviews like oprah and angela bassett. i'm so i'm assuming at that point. All that stuff is shot. The train will. Except for maybe one interviewer so i can sort of tell you how it evolved. There was sort of an idea you know with most music dogs. You kind of get a cast of characters who are both musicians may be people that they run into throughout their life. Some tina tina turner. You'd have the opportunity. To go to mick jagger or go to all these famous people to have them just sort of sound up but there was a little bit of constraint put on that with the idea that the only people that would either sound off in her life were either people who are close friends or people who had told her story so that ended up becoming a little bit of the constraint in the construct of the film was trying to figure out who actually had the authority to speak if they didn't know her very very closely. So that's when you have someone like carl arrington. Who is the person who first published the article where she came public about her abuse in her marriage with You have kurt loader..
"tina " Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!
"Schoolhouse rock. Podcast lear back. Today with abbelelah antena griffin the counter culture. Mom we are so glad to have you on with us again. that's today. This conversation has been already so amazing to see what the lord's done in you and your family and tina. I would love for you to talk about kind of your time in hollywood because they know that you spent a little over a decade. i think In hollywood you know we. I come from a family. I have a husband who was in hollywood for several years and.
"tina " Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!
"You are going to really enjoy our conversation this week. Avondale is back with me and we are joined today by tina griffin. She's the counter culture. Mom i know many of you have heard of her if you haven't. You're in for a treat this week. Tina welcome to the podcast. Hey thanks for having me absolutely. I'm so glad you could take time out of your busy day before we jumped onto record. You're like i've already done three shows today and getting ready to do another tv show and you were able to squeeze us in to your very very busy day so we are grateful for that. Oh no worries you know. We're all trying to save america so we can have sleep. I would do that. That's why my face is greasy from all the hammer lights and running between all this all good. I love i love it. You know it was so fun you you had your son come in to help you with something beforehand. And it's one of the greatest parts of doing what we do. Is that our kids. Get to be a part of it. And they get to be home in with us and see us working to impact god's kingdom and therefore they get to be part of it and i think in doing that they just learn he don't just sit on the sidelines and watch other people. Do things you get up in you do so because it just kind of becomes part of them like you know monkey see monkey. Do we see mom and dad doing things. For god's kingdom and so i guess that's just what you do and Sorry love that your kids do that along with you but introduced us to yourself and your family tell us about you absolutely just want to do a little plug you know..
"tina " Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"Yeah what other herbs would you put him with strawberries shoppers. I redo i would do mitt. I would do like basil. And blueberries are basil and blackberries or that would be really good grapefruit and rosemary goal. Really good together. Oh yet. I never thought of that but now that you say it sounds good it is it's delicious at. I think because. I do a ton of infused waters. So just take the things that you're putting together for infused water and put that in a popsicle. Why not why not. You can take it when you do infused water. Because since we're talking about it everybody you can take those herbs take pieces of the herbs and freeze them in ice cubes and then put that in with your water as well. Delicious great delight. I love being able to show the audience some great. You have been just chock full atip all hanging out. Like forty minutes of tips is i. I'm taking fast notes on here to make sure that you have the final say in final sized. You wanna leave with our audience. But i wanna make sure if you're watching this because we do put some of this on youtube as well. It's tina mcdermott. Dot com if you want to reach out and connect with tina. Please make sure you do sol and tina just your final thoughts as we close the episode. You know i. I want to say that life is for joy as i had said earlier. And i want to leave you with that. We are here on this earth for joy and for love. And you know my wish for you is that you get back into the kitchen and find joy again in healthy vibrant beautiful foods so that you and your families that you love so much can live a life. That's full of health and wellness and free from everything else that you don't want we want joy in our lives and amy. I just cannot thank you enough for having the on the show you have been. I'm i'm just so happy and joyful so thank you hawn blessed to have you here and thank you so much for your expertise and all your tips. Tina we appreciate my pleasure. That's all for this episode of the toxin terminator and we hope we helped remove the hidden..
"tina " Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"Our lives. He put us here for joy. We are here for joy and law. And and i think eating happy foods makes me happy to and we don't have to deprive ourselves. You know i don't. I love that. What what an inspiration to on you know go through that and use that journey to impact. Women are around the globe. Tina that that truly speaks a lot to your soul and your your heart so thank you. You're welcome like i said. Tears just might happen. It's it's it's all good. We like tears. We like authenticity. You know her suffering was not for nothing. It was to help me to affect the world. I am i love that i love that and i you know when we're teenagers fish such a hard time to have something going on with your body that you don't know what it is you can't control it and then you know the bullying and i just can't even imagine going through teen years with gas. You know i mean. I always thought it was something that happened to us when we got older right. How many how many women are faced with because this is what. We're todd is normal right. We're taught that as we age. We're going to have aches and pains..
"tina " Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"And your family when you do so and i can recognize that name. I'm putting you guys all into a drawing and this month. We are drawing books. I have all my author friends past guest experts that i am involved with that have donated books. And we've got such a nice package put together that we will draw at the end of the month. So make sure you're getting those ratings and reviews in there as we come to our two year anniversary. This helps me make sure that we are reaching a broader audience. We are now heard in over seventy two countries so that makes me happy that we are having an impact on our health as a nation and today were taken it into the kitchen with my guest. Tina mcdermott. She is an inspirational chef. A speaker and a weight loss coach. She has twenty years in the health and wellness industry now. She specializes in helping people with their emotional issues of eating hollow. That is romi and an expert. At helping you lose weight. Tina as making the world a better place and i couldn't be more excited to have come in today keno. Welcome to the show. Glad you're here. Hello and welcome. Amy thank you so much for having me here with you today. I love that. We're back in the kitchen. You know because this is where health starts you know. The heart of the home is right in this kitchen and we need to be in here as much as we possibly can now today. We're going to be looking at tina story because we all got into the world that we're in and based upon our own personal journeys we're going to she calls that tina's joyful kitchen. We're going to find out why and also we're going to be looking at her four keys to a joyful gut and if we have time. I think we really want to focus in on the emotional piece of this. You know how we can release the self sabotaging behaviors that we have so. Tell us you've been in this industry for twenty years..
"tina " Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Come by because he knew that. If i didn't end up wanting to do it or if i stunk at it and marshall but he pm wig had rachel was still there. Leakey had plenty of people who could do it. And so i think. I think i didn't go over there to do that. I one until the day of is that possible. That i not go the friday night even shooting. I think the saturday of that first sarah palin. I know that. I shot an extra day of thirty rock that i shot all day with oprah strong armed into being in an episode and then i was on the brakes trying to learn the impression to make up an impression on my breaks. And i've said this before. But i remember oprah saying to me like i think you might be doing too much oprah tells you this will so what for you was. The was the first indication that this was actually really working because obviously there was a huge audience response but was there a was it at dress or even before that where somebody said. We've really got something special here. Well i think it was a perfect storm. I think the audience really rooted for it because they felt that they had cast it And i had never been a part. I as a performer. I had never been chosen ever before. It was always may just being like how about me. But how can i do it and people being like no and so. It was the first time i ever performed anything. Where the like the door was. Open for me Get so far when there's a little bit of goodwill there. Oh my god it's it's just a little easier. And also seth meyers. And amy end and i think you know amy and i definitely i think. Probably the bulk of the writing but those schedules. But we definitely had opinions in mid changes in pitch jokes and You know. Seth was at the top of his game and it just was It was our a prayer for owen. Meany lives and building to this will. Just the last thing about that topic is the october eighteenth. Two thousand eight episode where she actually showed up. There got the biggest ratings personnel in fourteen years. And it's interesting because somehow in the back of your head you were able to look at it outside of yourself and know that there were certain things you did and didn't want to happen with her there. Can you just take. Like what were your. What were your concerns. Well you know. I had worked there for a long time before right so i knew kind of how things work. And she wants to come on because generally usually people embrace even if they don't really like it or whatever maybe they find that they like to appear like they embrace impression of themselves And i think. I did say like please want to Because i i thought we were starting at that time to see the beginning of what i think was a very very very beginning of divisive politics. I mean now looking back on it now. It's like a charity fund. Run but at the time it felt it felt divisive. Wasn't i wasn't on board will. So what you what. You weren't on board with Was not actually sharing screen with. Can we do it that. I'm just not in a two shot with her. Voice is because if if i'm gonna to shot with her it's what they're gonna show at the emmys when i die and i don't want that to be what they show at the emmys. Well that's thinking ahead. Let's long long term plan so but okay so that there was a there was a moment here where this is october. Two thousand and eight new york times article. Bill carter quote. It's easy to find tina fey on tv but not her show. That was the headline and the article. Itself says quote with her three emmy awards her ubiquitous eric commercials and especially her must see sarah palin impersonations. Tina fey is not. Just the hottest starring nbc. She's about the hottest star in show business at the moment so whereas thirty rock close quote so meanwhile i guess there was still there was always the struggle to with time slots and just figuring out how to keep it alive but it did. For seven seasons twenty two episodes. You guys made it happen. All you have the tapes right but also you know while being a wife a mom while making movies which mentioned later while hosting other things and So i guess just did it end because you understandably enough for just like this is a very heavy plate or what was the reason it ended when it did it ended. It was feeling like it was time to end. I think by that time. I had learned and i think i did have everybody in their proper deals through new even through a season eight and so i think alec was a wet but but I had had my second daughter during season. Six and i was tired and And i remember bob. Green blood had just taken over. And i thought well this is also when banou people takeover they don't want the people stuff and so i thought. Let me try to control the landing of this and so i went to bob and said we would like to do thirteen and then be done and it was a very quick yes because i think he maybe canceled it anyway but because it was expensive you know it was shot on film in new york and the more seasons. You go with people. Everyone's fees go up and and so we did those thirteen in a very proud of the ramp out of the show. We we. I feel like we did a good job. I feel like you know. We studied so many series finales to get ready for it. And i do. I do think. I do feel good about how we ended up. The i don't know how much of a break you got after that. Because let's just note that cami schmidt goes on in two thousand fifteen. I believe originally had been planned for. Nbc right but ends up at netflix. An you know has very passionate following a really fun show. And i guess ellie you knew from maybe the officer brides no l. e. Once or twice and robert nigh we took a little break after thirty rock ended. I think i made a movie.
"tina " Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Today is Tina, , move. . Fredericks and Tina is running for the School Board of Pasadena Unified School district, , and I was just excited to meet someone who I think. . Tina this is correct. . This is your first elected. . Effort and would like to introduce you especially to the folks. . In the past school district who can vote <hes> but also to our national and global audience just to meet. . Another Asian American is not going to sit on the sidelines and his decided to really get involved. . So welcome to our podcast. . Can thank you for having me. . So you're second generation chinese-american. . You used to teach public school. . You've serve multiple terms on your local PTA board you are software engineer which. . Blows my mind and you're you're the mom of two kids, , two daughters who actually go to the USD schools. . So what prompted you to with all the other things that you've done already, , you're definitely involved parent why run for the school board. . Yeah so I have I guess like you said, , I have two daughters once ten wants thirteen and I've been ditching for a year. . And one of those parents that are. . Very active volunteering fundraising. . Helping my daughter's school and you know over the years is been kind of the same thing budget cuts. . <hes>, , we don't have a librarian we have to raise money for these basic enough staff and school supplies. . Now, , just see this repeating year after year that I've been here for eight years. . and. That . kind of coronated with the. . I know this is. . <hes> was go closures in the past two years in that was what? ? Was the. . Last Straw you know of is like my daughter almost her school was almost closed and that's really really dramatic or. . Little kids you know. . So when they were closing schools like three three at a time three or four at a time, , and that's really traumatic for kids in entire communities. . So I want this is because of budget cuts yet due to the budget cuts and. . and. . There's like a fierce competition with private schools in Pasadena Area I believe we have the most A. . Private schools per capita in the country. . So that's an additional. . Challenge for our district. . Yeah, , one of our previous guests maybe year and a half ago told me the history of private schools in Pasadena and I didn't realize it was it was an adverse reaction to the civil rights. . Passage Act and <hes> there was all these parents that said well, , even though this federal judges coming down. . Out of the deep South, , coming to P USDA, , and saying, , we're going to do bussing because you guys are segregating your schools. . Then all of a sudden, all , these people these groups got motivated to start these private schools and Christian wants to which you know when I learned that history. . I'm I'm sure you're aware of it. . I was appalled as like, , Oh, , I was wondering why there are so many private schools but now it makes sense it's like, , oh well, , we're not racist not against integration we just want to start her own school. . Right yes. . That it was a response to the busing in the effort to integrate our schools. . Yeah. . That's unfortunate. . But yeah, , that is you know we are feeling the effects of that. . Now, , there's a there's also learned in researching you. . There's an altruistic reasons for you running for the school board and it has to do with continuing the legacy of your late mother. . Yes Oh, , you've done your research. . Yes my mom and Wu is <hes>. . A arts promoter, , she was an arts promoter, , and for decades she was Camille leader. . Back in. . In San Jose North in San Jose. . And <hes>, , she was quite the political activist i. . KNEW GROWING UP I didn't know any. . You know she's my mom but. . Yes, , she was really a activist and <hes> she loved A. . On. . Chinese culture and I grew up. . Learning Chinese folk dances we would. . Go to San Francisco on rehearse these dances sing songs in Chinese I didn't really understand what I was singing but. . I knew it phonetically so I have really. . Rich, , culture grew up with a very. . Deep appreciation for my heritage and I you know I think my my own mother for that and <hes>. . Yes she passed away a few years ago and We recently had A. . Remembrance of her last couple of weeks ago and you know there. . It's interesting because she is. . So <hes> has impacted people so deeply that you know it just feels like. . <hes>. . Her her passing. . So fresh. . And <hes>. . It's just strange to see grown Asian men crying. . Dean coaching adds a deep she affected. . The Bull. . So yeah, I , want to carry on her legacy of service community and. . Yeah, , she's she's not one of my inspirations. . She clearly knew right from wrong and she stood up for what was right
"tina " Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast
"Okay, so no excuse not to have your own therapist right back to the show. Kind of looking for leadership and looking for direction, this might be a stretch, but when you were describing Tina walking and listening to that book as really being regulating instead of over stimulating like my fantasy was..
"tina " Discussed on KOMO
"Three kids Tina calls it an insulin emergency room in the pharmaceutical companies I think are holding people with type one diabetes hostage at this point because there's there's nothing that we can do a lot of state leaders and patient advocates agree the proposed insulin cost sharing bill would cap insulin cost at one hundred dollars per thirty days supply for patients with insurance plans that cover insulin drugs and as you said carsharing cap for insulin despite strong support among many state lawmakers consumer advocate Kathy McCall says if you struggle with rising drug prices contact your state representative now I ask why the call to action if this and other drug price bills have so much support to the legislature has so many competing priorities there's so many other bills out there of concern and issue and we also have the pharmaceutical industry that is fighting against these bills so it's really important for consumers not to stop raising the issue Tina Golson is raising the issue because affording insulin is literally a matter of life and death for her kids you say my biggest fear for my kids is it's going to keep going up unless something is done to stop it the pharmaceutical industry says it offers rebates and other assistance to people who need help paying for medication drug companies insist there are other factors and other industries that play a role in the rising drug prices people on both sides are making a final push because lawmakers say this bill must get a final nod by Friday in order to move on S. restore operators and other retailers are beyond frustrated that once again state lawmakers failed to pass a bill to help stores crackdown on shoplifters almost Carlene Johnson reports Genji is the CEO of the Washington food industry representing grocery and convenience stores across the state rated as weak it will be this was the fourth trying to build a let's store managers or security stop the shoplifter before they reach the door willing entire cart of stolen product right out of the store problem of organized retail theft is very significant democratic representative Roger Goodman cosponsored a bill with bipartisan support but it reached the house though speaker Laurie Jinkins and some other Democrats would not bring it for a vote there has been concern among a number of members of our profiling profiling based on race or race or ethnic origin G. says there may be isolated incidents where that happens it is not in the south if you're already Goodman says he will try again next session Carly Johnson come on news at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news your call will propel insurance money update L. brands is out with quarterly results that appear to be a tad above expectations the parent company of bath and body works and Victoria's secret posted per share profit of a dollar eighty eighth on sales of nearly four point seven one billion dollars however L. brands forecast for the current quarter is weaker than analysts views and shares are down three and a half percent in after hours trading in the market so regular Wednesday session stocks finished mostly lower unable to hold onto solid morning gains finishing in the red for a fifth straight session the Dow industrials lost another one hundred twenty three points and the S. and P. slipped eleven though the nasdaq edged up fifteen points that's your money now for what it's worth I'm sherry Preston it's a new way to look at family for women connected by their children what they call their Billings that's siblings who all have the same donor as a father I wasn't really looking for connection and selling file photo and then I realized that I can pretend all I wanted was a really got me was really about them that's Emily she and three other women all from different states use the same donor and I've discovered each other through the donor sibling registry and the photo she was talking about a picture of Gabby the daughter of a woman named Meredith Gabby looks just like Emily's daughter floral Meredith said she sent a picture of laurel to her own family but didn't say who the little girl was cute because they all assumed it was her own daughter the four women now telling ABC they get their extended family together at least once a year saying they felt they owed it to their kids to be in one another's lives for what it's worth Jerry Preston ABC news supporters of.