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New Orleans officials feud over generators for polling places
"New Orleans. There's finger pointing over the lack of electrical power at some polling sites after it was knocked out by Hurricane Zeta. New Orleans Democratic Mayor La Toya Cantrell says it's unclear whether electrical service will be restored to the powerless precincts. In time she's accusing the Republican secretary of state, Kyle are twin of refusing to provide support for general. Hers are too innocent Polling places would receive generators for election Day. But he didn't specify whether providing the generators would be a state or local responsibility, he said in a statement. It's unfortunate politicians like Cantrell are trying to score cheap political points instead of being part of the solution.
"toya" Discussed on KOMO
"The latest in weather here. When will we get a break from all the smoke? But first, let's give you an update from ABC is eight o'clock from ABC News. I'm Dave Packard homes and businesses charred beyond recognition. What's been left behind in town after town in the West. As the wild fires continue to burn in Oregon, the Sandia maned lion's head fires have been responsible for about 200,000 acres burned over the last few days. As a result of dozens of wildfires throughout the state. Detroit, Oregon Mayor Jim Trent says residents were given mere hours to evacuate and says they gave as much notices they could given the speed of the blaze had more of an alert. That way, But I can't blame anybody. Because this thing just came like a freight train. President Trump scheduled to visit California tomorrow for a briefing on the region's wild fire disaster. Louisiana's Governor John Bell Edwards, issuing a state of emergency as Tropical Storm Sally is forecast to head that way. Selling now entering the Gulf of Mexico expected to become a hurricane as it moves northwest impacting the Gulf Coast is earliest tomorrow. New Orleans Mayor La Toya Cantrell issue and a mandatory evacuation order for residents outside of our Larry Pretension system. Hurricane Watch has been issued from southeastern Louisiana to the Alabama Florida line. Meanwhile, in the Atlantic, Paulette has become a hurricane. The storm expected to be in lashing Bermuda by this evening. To Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies are in critical condition after they were ambushed by a man, a transit station in Compton Saturday evening at Lake County Sheriff Homicide Detective Captain Can't Werner says Both deputies are currently out of surgery but remain critically injured, giving detectives a vague description at the scene. We have a very, very generic suspect description. A dark skinned male. And that came from one of the deputies, one of the victims a manhunt this morning for the suspect, Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg planning to spend $100.
The Power of La La Anthony
"PLA Anthony Welcome to the show so. How are you guys doing? Don't? Talk to you. So, people. Know, you got your start in radio at the age of just sixteen t talked to us about your journey I like to go to eleventh grade and I was just so until with this radio station and then went to an event they were having enormous like saw some interns like hanging posters with something that the Wu Tang clan was doing and I was like this could be really cool. So I applied for the program NASA I got him but I didn't really have a plan I just knew I. Love Music and my love for music has taken me where to where I'm at now I got somebody who has dj big. Fan You want not held it down. But it's been incredible to see your acting career just flourish and you play the character of dom on most recent season of the shy conduit for the money I, do it for the culture talk to us about what it was like to play. And get into that character shirish doubt I love lean away. She's amazing for our culture and she was like I might have something for you on which to come in addition and I was like I can't mess this up like I wanna be on the shy and I got the role of dom which I love because she's so different from leaky show empowered dom as a chef that's an entrepreneur and trying to get their business off of. The ground and really focused into keeping 'em it on point so they can build this amazing business together. So I think it was a great transition into go from working with great creators like Courtney Kemp and fifty to now be on the Lena and her crew has been just an incredible transition and so there and you've been acting in so many different types of roles for over ten years I'm curious like what type of role do you hope comes next I'm always looking for relieve rooted and grounded stories just stories that matter to us. Our culture stories that we can relate to stories that people aren't telling I'm attracted to that kind of material, which is why I'm also producing house well, because the great thing about producing, find your own material and bring it to life you're working on a new project that gives a behind the scenes. Look at the NFL. Tell us a bit about this new series and why you wanted to be involved. So fifty were executive producing together the book that we read that we love and it's more about like what goes on behind The scenes with sports, but it's mostly about the women. So many women just give up their own lives just to be there for their partner, who's an athlete losing sports, and what happens when you like I have my own life and I want to do my own thing and what effect does that have, but it gets really grimy and gritty in real and obviously you know sports and athletics or something you know I know a lot about so I was able to really give some of my stories and really gives some real. Really exciting content to the show. So we're excited we're excited to hopefully be in production really soon and get that oven going you're also working on. Producing Story About Sin Toya Brown long you know young woman who killed a man in self defense sixteen was tried as an adult given a life sentence was then finally offered clemency last year. Why was it so important to you to make sure that this story was told that just such a powerful story and I had been tracking it for a while and watching toys interviews and just what happened to her from young growth? Donau. Moe's fascinated at like what? Was Your Life like that. took you down these paths and then her completely changing her life and finding God and becoming the spokesperson for young girls and sex trafficking. I thought it was amazing. So that's something we're so excited about and wanted to be so careful with because now we're telling someone's life story. You don't WanNa, take it lightly or take that for granted art. So power was truly one of my favorite shows I've talked to breathe way too much. I still found myself wondering what carers from the show would do if they existed in the real world. So We'd love it if you could just indulge us in a little bit of a game. Okay. We're GONNA throw out a scenario and you tell us which character from power best fits the situation. All right. Okay. So we all know that Joe Biden made good on his promise to choose a woman to be his running mate. On the democratic. Ticket but we want to know which female character on power would have made a better choice as a running mate. Okay. So You already know off the top of the dump quick witted she's smart. She knows the system how to get through the system I. think he'd be a great running Angelo for sure I mean she kinda got caught up by the system that numerous through it and she knows the law whether she was part of breaking the law or not. She knows the law. So I think she would have been great. All, right. Second Question. So none of the men on power were necessarily winning awards in the a good boyfriend healthy relationships department lynch two men from power. Do you think could go head to head in a horrible boyfriends verses? Who would you like to see? I think draze caring. There was a horrible boyfriend who said the daughter the always mentioned that he didn't care what happened. Durham mom probably ghost I don't love how he handled the situation between you know Tasha Angela and how he did that I wouldn't say Tommy 'cause. You did kill Holly. You're right. Maybe that's what I was gonNA. Relationship you've really love Kisha and things that he would have never heard. Anything to protector. So he might not have been the ideal boyfriend, but I think he was getting to a place where he was really trying to eat. Better. But he did last gopher. No
The Power of La La Anthony
"PLA Anthony Welcome to the show so. How are you guys doing? Don't? Talk to you. So, people. Know, you got your start in radio at the age of just sixteen t talked to us about your journey I like to go to eleventh grade and I was just so until with this radio station and then went to an event they were having enormous like saw some interns like hanging posters with something that the Wu Tang clan was doing and I was like this could be really cool. So I applied for the program NASA I got him but I didn't really have a plan I just knew I. Love Music and my love for music has taken me where to where I'm at now I got somebody who has dj big. Fan You want not held it down. But it's been incredible to see your acting career just flourish and you play the character of dom on most recent season of the shy conduit for the money I, do it for the culture talk to us about what it was like to play. And get into that character shirish doubt I love lean away. She's amazing for our culture and she was like I might have something for you on which to come in addition and I was like I can't mess this up like I wanna be on the shy and I got the role of dom which I love because she's so different from leaky show empowered dom as a chef that's an entrepreneur and trying to get their business off of. The ground and really focused into keeping 'em it on point so they can build this amazing business together. So I think it was a great transition into go from working with great creators like Courtney Kemp and fifty to now be on the Lena and her crew has been just an incredible transition and so there and you've been acting in so many different types of roles for over ten years I'm curious like what type of role do you hope comes next I'm always looking for relieve rooted and grounded stories just stories that matter to us. Our culture stories that we can relate to stories that people aren't telling I'm attracted to that kind of material, which is why I'm also producing house well, because the great thing about producing, find your own material and bring it to life you're working on a new project that gives a behind the scenes. Look at the NFL. Tell us a bit about this new series and why you wanted to be involved. So fifty were executive producing together the book that we read that we love and it's more about like what goes on behind The scenes with sports, but it's mostly about the women. So many women just give up their own lives just to be there for their partner, who's an athlete losing sports, and what happens when you like I have my own life and I want to do my own thing and what effect does that have, but it gets really grimy and gritty in real and obviously you know sports and athletics or something you know I know a lot about so I was able to really give some of my stories and really gives some real. Really exciting content to the show. So we're excited we're excited to hopefully be in production really soon and get that oven going you're also working on. Producing Story About Sin Toya Brown long you know young woman who killed a man in self defense sixteen was tried as an adult given a life sentence was then finally offered clemency last year. Why was it so important to you to make sure that this story was told that just such a powerful story and I had been tracking it for a while and watching toys interviews and just what happened to her from young growth? Donau. Moe's fascinated at like what? Was Your Life like that. took you down these paths and then her completely changing her life and finding God and becoming the spokesperson for young girls and sex trafficking. I thought it was amazing. So that's something we're so excited about and wanted to be so careful with because now we're telling someone's life story. You don't WanNa, take it lightly or take that for granted art.
The use of 'less-lethal' force by law enforcement
"It's been a summer of unrest in a number of cities across the country, and just how and win police use so called less lethal force is a topic of much debate as we report in our cover story. Theo demonstrations in Kenosha, Wisconsin, streets in the name of Jacob Blake started as most protest do peacefully. But his day turned to night simmering tensions boiled over. Tempers were lost. So is the message. For police. Balancing the right to assemble with public safety is a delicate one. If and win, crowds get out of control the weapons at their disposal. Are designed to be less lethal. But in the weeks of unrest since the death of George Floyd Not just violent agitators being targeted by being backgrounds on phone tip projectile. It's the innocent. We're being injured as well. Take this protest in Fort Lauderdale, Florida back in May. 34 year old LaToya Ratliff was there Was it peaceful? Was very peaceful. There weren't any issues for the most part of the day. But something changed. She wasn't sure. Just what the time but clearly mood shift way were kneeling on the ground, a good distance away from the officers. And even as we were kneeling and chanting and being peaceful at that time we started to get tear gassed. The crowd dispersed, including a toy. That's her wearing a pink backpack. But watch what happens next. Toya was shot in the head by a 40 millimeter phone tipped round fired, her attorney says, Buy a Fort Lauderdale police officers. The impact fractured the toys, skull. She needed 20 stitches and I remember people screaming and saying help. She's been hit called 911 in my mind. I'm not thinking that I was shot because Why would the officer shoot me? If I'm not posing any type of threat to him and I'm actually leaving? Hers is not a unique or isolated incident. I didn't realize how big of a deal it wass. Until there was light surgeons around me. Linda Toronto, is a freelance journalist sent to cover the George Floyd protests in Minneapolis. She's a veteran of this kind of reporting she was in Ferguson, Missouri. Back in 2014. After another police killing this one of Michael Brown. There's a space where the protesters were gathered in a group and police were gathered in their line, and the people who are in between and not space are gonna be media. That's how you get the understanding of what's going on is you, you stand and you watch both sides. That's what she was doing in Minneapolis that night. This is the last photo she took what appears to show an officer aiming directly at her. I think that I not shooting people in the face for exercising. The first thing we fixed about the Constitution should just be Standard operating procedure. The non lethal round shot at Linda that night blinded her in her left eye, so I can see to about here on de everything past. Everything from here to here is just a blank. I'm assured that as I become used to having one, I'll be able to do all the things I used to do without it being a problem. But like the getting usedto only having one eyes Not a small task. To be sure, police have been injured in the protest to hundreds of more than 50 on one particularly violent night in Seattle. Crowds can be dangerous, dispersing them is often necessary. The research on the lethality of less lethal weapons. Is pretty hard to come by. In 2017 review of the available literature of the subject was published in a medical journal. Be M. J. Open. Of the nearly 2000 people. Since 1990 documented to have been injured by less lethal rounds. 300 suffered permanent disability 53 of them died. These air, large, dense High speed projectiles, and they cause significant and severe injuries. Doctor Rahimi Har is with physicians for human rights and one of the authors of that review. The basic rights like free speech and free assembly are being suppressed. Globally and the primary way that that's happening is because of crowd control weapons. In just the first week after the death of George Floyd Horror documented at least 100 serious injuries to protesters and journalists. Most To the head and neck. The narrative is that they're not lethal. They're not dangerous that police need a continuum of use of force and that these air really excellent options for them to be safe while at the same time controlling riots, and that's not the case. It's absolutely not the case. While most police departments have access to Leslie, the weapons experts say fewer offered any significant training. Just how to use them. I've talked agencies. We've never seen crowd control before. We didn't even know what to do These air 40 millimeter impact munitions. Travis Norton is an instructor with the California Association of Tactical Officers. He specializes in less lethal weapons. Not only how to use them. But win How do you do with a group of agitators in the middle of peaceful protesters? There are a lot of different tactics you can use. Unfortunately, a lot of those departments don't know what those tactics are. What are we trying to accomplish with what we're trying to do? Are we just standing here on the skirmish line and deploying impact munitions protesters hoping they'll go away or do we have an actual strategy? Rules of engagement, he says, have to be set. Because the risk of injury is almost inevitable. Unlike live ammunition, less lethal projectiles are unpredictable, where an officer aims and where the munitions hit. Could be two different things. Law enforcement is screaming for something better for us to use that it's out there in the last 20 years. We have had no new, less lethal. Come out other than prototypes and pilot projects until something better comes along, he says less lethal Sze will likely remain a crowd control option for police departments. It doesn't have to remain, he says. Is the cloud around their use. A lot of times what happens within law enforcement is these things will happen, And then we just forget about him because we're onto the next emergency. It's not purposeful. It's just we don't have a lot of time to reflect on things and we have to do better at that thespian or injuries. Montoya rattling has kept demonstrating Peaceful protest is in her DNA.
Protests erupt after video shows police in Wisconsin shooting Black man multiple times
"Tonight in Kenosha, south of Milwaukee. Yesterday. Police there shot a black man named Jacob Blake Video shows an officer shooting Blake in the back multiple times at close range as he was entering a car. Wisconsin's governor has called a special session of the state Legislature next week to pass police reform. And he's also sending the national Guard to Kenosha. Toya
"toya" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"News Special Report. Toya, Alabama was home to John Lewis on that is where the first of six days of memorials were held for the icon of the civil rights movement who then went on to serve decades in Congress. His sister Rosa made Tiner my big brother, Humble man, Simple man. And a man of God. He always wanted to improve the lives of others. Without any concern for himself, John Lewis put into the Civil Rights Struggle Hall of Fame later by Martin Luther King, the third. Can you imagine that reunion on last Friday? When he was welcome to by Martin Luther King Jr Corretta Scott King when he was welcomed by one meter and Ralph Abernathy and Jose A. Williams and Amelia Boynton and Marie Foster, and the list goes on and on. John Lewis was 80 years old CBS News Special Report. I'm Tom 40. I've always wanted to learn another language. But every time I try, it never sticks. So I decided to give babble a try. And I really like the teaching method of the APP. I started with the beginner lesson on babble, and it starts with simple words and phrases. And soon you're putting those words into a conversation. Each lesson takes about 10 to 15 minutes, and they're all really different, which keeps things interesting. The APP is really smart. It actually keeps track of the words I'm struggling with so I can practice them and get better. I just babble because it was created by Rhea language teachers..
Twitter shares stumble after high-profile, unprecedented hack
"Welcome back to pass twitter trading lower today as a company deals with the fallout from the hack of several high profile accounts the FBI. Incident and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle or calling for more information for more on this, let's bring time I, or the chief security officer insights tie welcome great to see you again. You said that that basically the hackers got their hands on the crown jewels twitter. Meaning the administrative access, how should there be more security surrounding the person in the people who have this administrator access privilege? Well twitter does have a great security team. You Know Hindsight is always twenty twenty, but I think there are things that could have been done in order to secure that type of account, but we have to keep in mind you know. We love talking about technology and security, but the attackers the attackers attack people, and so in this case, if somebody was social engineered, it's it's a little bit harder to actually be able to stop the attack. Is this a bigger problem for twitter than than say an attack on the individual accounts? Toya because we have seen attacks on individual accounts, but now we actually have access to all the account, so you can run a coordinated tackling the one we've seen now and gain access to very high profile counts. I spoke to you last two on in doing research and doing the interview for the Bitcoin Documentary, and we talked a lot about the dark web, so you know this. CD Corner of the Internet quite well What's your take on on what the hacker could have gotten and what it could be worth? On the dark web. So, the attacker in this case beyond access to a lot of different accounts right so. The fact that he made off with one hundred and twenty thousand dollars on, consider that pretty lucky in the sense of if it ended with that because we have to keep in mind, it's not just the molly loss other went to these bitcoin accounts. If the attacker really wanted, he could sell this to another player who could do a lot of other things with it, and in addition think about it if they would have taken this to political figure and tweeted something now that could cause diplomatic issues as well. What's your sense as to whether or not? We've seen the full fall out of this hack attack. I mean. These hackers could've ETA have had access for very long time sort of trolling or or or getting harvesting data in direct messages, etc, for purposes of maybe blackmail later down the line. It seems to me that. Maybe we don't know what the full impact of this is. Not Twitter are still investigating this, but judging by the actions, the attacker took i. it seems like they were actually under some time constraints because they did try to sell access to some of these accounts on an external an underground forum. And later pretty quickly moved onto actually sending out this. BITCOIN SCAM so since we're actually under some time. Pressure otherwise. I would expect them to do exactly as you said. Hang around a little bit planned and coordinated this attack. Keep in mind that when you have access to something as important as an admin panel. You know that at some point somebody will detected on. Somebody will put the brakes on that so I think that he had to engage pretty fast. You think it's a one off a tie. For this specific case, yes, will attackers stopped looking for these type of? No way that's that's what they're looking for all right. Thanks for your time.
"toya" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds
"Welcome to the blogger nurse podcast I'm your host. Ryan and I have such a special guest today. I'm so excited, but before I introduce her. I, WanNa tell you you know you know. I'm always give you a little update on my life to start out and how we're kind of dealing with the different was going on today and today I want to talk about 'cause relate specifically to our guest. I WANNA. Talk about faith and the fact that I think faith is a formidable opponent, so a lot of stuff is going on today. And two top debt taken even further might be a little bias, and saying is I think a group of women that have strong faith and values that they don't compromise for. Anybody is a force to be reckoned with everybody. Better Watch out for. So that being said I need to introduce my special guests talking about actress Toya Turner. She plays Shotgun Mary on the Netflix Series Warrior nine. If you now watching, you're GONNA be missing out at the water cooler as we slow to go back to work, Toya how you doing. I'm doing great. That was a hell of an inch front. It was okay. I gotTA I. GotTa show the Love I gotTa shut alone. I was filling is one. And for like keeper, unless keep it real though for black women when you want because I, love the action adventure Jarrah usually. When you see somebody in there, they're going to give you like two lines. is going to be something like real real quick and you like okay I'm to see the birth anymore. Okay? Yes, it is so I had I had showed properly because I'm just saying, does not. I love the supernatural drama I. Love All that kind of stuff like you know back in the day watching buffy all that kind of stuff, and you're not gonNA find a lot of African American actors and actresses those all the time, so I had intro right now i. feel you. It was great. Thank you. Yeah I'm so happy to be here, thanks. But before we get into the actual role, because I got a ton of questions, I got a list I wanNA. Talk about some of your past. The that people might recognize you from like the lifetime will be America because because you can't read everything you have you see on the Internet, but that was your first on camera job. I'm thinking about your first on camera job. If you're working with Rosie O'Donnell and Ruby Dee like you gotta give the story on net like how to happen men I am. Luckily I had some wonderful wonderful cast and directors who who pushed for me because I was probably ten years younger than what they were looking for They just stay calm in. My Holly Berry Oh. You know what I'm saying. It was full. Addictive mothers off put you know. I I had like mustard on my share united breast mark. At more. Of a rag on our was our. Big of it that they didn't wash my face. I was just like and I just winning in indeed the part in, and they said yes, so you're going to say that you tenure showed older than you are. And I was like okay, and then I got it and went to shoot it, and it was yeah. It was the beginning of a love affair really was. Asked pretty cool and I mean it's just you know a few small names, a couple of people you. Might you go have breakfast whatever? We will be dating now just just to be in. The vicinity, her or to be a part anything that she's that she even touches is. Is is a blessing, and I'm very appreciative That's real cool. Okay. Now I gotta ask about this one where you an incredible, too. I wasn't incredible to I. Would Say oh my Gosh, who did you play on a credible do so it's it's a lot of. It's really. In, the trailer I am a honey. I'm I'm the the from Samuel Jackson? Froze home in the trailer and A, and then in the movie, I was apart of other scenes, but I was not s same role. If that makes sense, a gave it back to the young lady who did it in the prior moving believe her name is Kimberly. I WANNA say Yeah, but for me to hear it when I was I. Don't know what movie I was. GonNa go see but I was sitting there. And the trailer came on and near in wit with some family, and they were like. That's you and I was like that's me and it was like. So, they can't take that away. See it's. Now that is cool well. Let me tell you. That is the best thing and I'm ready to go anybody on the streets for this. There is the incredible the best thing Pixar for me has created I love incredible. Absolutely absolutely the baby man. He's the best. Like we we need to have. We have a whole a whole episode probably on incredible acknowle just go for days because. I had to get that asks on it and I was like. Please tell me Google me yet. No, they did not lie to you and in the in the final movie I'm like I. Actually my I don't know. I play like the crowd pilot or something like that like his various roles, but. Yeah be apart of it any type of way. That's history. You know it's just right. Yes, yes, definitely cool! Okay, all right. Let's get into a warrior nine here. Yes, okay shotgun. Mary okay. Tell us where you were where you just eating some cheerios or something and somebody, your manager agent calls you up and says how do you feel about being part of warrior in? And where you live one. Yeah, when I. Get my manager called me and he was like this is really great part of his role, and in the show was called warrior nun, and I was like okay I was actually back home in Chicago, visiting my family at the time and I looked up. The I just googled it and I was like. Fuck is skew me. Right is no, no, you get. Costumes. Yeah it was like some Xena.
Anjelika Washington And Toya Turner
"I know right now. I gotta I gotTA. Take a little pause in between because I know right now. There's a lot going on. especially when it comes to the black community and we have the protests were also hit with the pandemic, but for me it's very important to have those little moments where you can take a little bit of escape and you know just the mental health. Check a little break, so this has been my new obsession and I love this, and in particularly because of my guest, because from what may reason I can't figure out how she makes a two piece protective suit with Vibrant Green Goggles Lecue. I can't I'm still trying to figure that one out, but she plays if you don't know. She plays Ben's chapel and also doctor midnight. Spill more secrets as we get into a little bit of the season is out, but I'm Steve. I can get her to give us some more secrets. You also may know from tall girl. I am talking abou the wonderfully talented actress. Anjelica Washington hand how you doing. Yes Can you hear me? You cut out? Yeah. I can hear you. Can you see this this? Guy's ACKNOWLEDGEE. Now. Here work this L. Agai. Perfect right. So I WANNA start off by the top first of all. How you doing just case surviving kitchen technology. We got to repeat it I'm great. No, you're fine, thank you. That was so sweet I just caught you right at the tail end when you're talking about tall girl and I was like Oh my gosh. Yes, I love that Thank you so much. That was so sweet and thank you for somehow thinking I may make my super suit. Suit look cute I mean I'm just grateful I. Have a Su so when the poster came out, I was like I. Don't know how she's making this little cute, but I need retail the to go out retail therapy right now. Try to get this like it was so cute and you don't get to see that all the time like we'll. We'll get into a little bit later. I know, but it's. It was just so cutaway came together I. Oh. My Gosh, thank you I, so appreciate that and yeah skin, too. But I want to start with because you know I always want to start with this question because you never know who's listening who it may help in everybody's stories different, but if you don't mind, just give us a little bit of how you got into acting. How you knew you wanted to add. How did you know how the opportunity of star girl come up where you? Yeah I. Well I got into theater as a little kid, I did my first play when I was eight years old. My mom put me in it as an outlet because I was such a talkative child Going into. Class no that always be looking Joel she's a great student. She just talk so much, so my mom got me. Into! My first play so I could talk more and do that outside of school. And then I got really really obsessed with ulcer chilli-eating, and then when I got into high school. Actually got a D. in drawing and painting. First quarter of my freshman year. Because I feel like he was judging real harsh on my stick figures, but it is only not to stick figures. Come on. No I'm like I'm such a backdrop for it really terrible, but with that being said there like you have do. Something else is another thing you WanNa do and I was like well I daring play eight and I love theater, so I joined the theater program at my high school, and I literally became obsessed with it was like what I eat sleep and breathe and Yeah than the rest is history. And then I begged my parents to you know. Let me start getting into acting and. Eventually they did and I moved to La Right when I turned eighteen. And here we are, the rest is history and as far as the role for star girl goes It was a very normal experience for the most part except for the fact that I had no idea who I was playing, but like I just got. From my agents and It is what it was. I was confused a little bit at the time because at the time. Star Girl Rip the Disney movie was auditioning. He just auditioned for that so. What what's going on and then I? Saw alyx Geoff Johns. I was like. Oh, my gosh, it's it's. It's the comics I had to look up the comment and all that I could not be out who I was because when auditioned the characters name was Rachel and there's no rain anywhere in the car, and there's no Rachel in the show, so I was so confused like who is Rachel Girl and then it's a code name. It's what they do when you like auditioning for. Like Superhero staff like DC and marvel, because you don't want anything to get out, they don't want anything to be leaked. Always WanNa did that well okay? Exactly into and also like onset anyone who came set like my mom came to set my Auntie came to set. They all had to sign NDA's. Like the moment they step foot, not even is a full set just like in the parking lot. You have to India immediately. Everything is like really under wraps really top secret and. Yeah I found out I was GONNA be better chapel, and as really excited. I was so amazed that she has like forcing natural hair. Just like me and I was going to ask you about the, but I'll let you go ahead I. I got a question about that. We what about it, but yeah, it was so exciting for me and so yeah, here we are. The rest is
"toya" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds
"Owners! Hey guys welcome to the black GRONER's podcast. I'm your host Ryan and let me start out by quoting the lovely Blue Ivy. She said Brown skinned girl skin, just like pearls, the best thing in the world. And I want to kind of sit with that for a little bit because we're bringing you a double dose episode of Black Girl Magic a double dose. Of Black Girl Magic. You heard me right because sometimes you need it and I know I needed it so for this I s owed. I get to talk with the lovely talented Angelica Washington. She is on the new hit show star girl on the CW, which by the way just got renewed for season two. She plays Beth Chapel and doctor midnight, and there is such a happiness and lied about her when she appears on camera, and I hope you guys if you haven't already to get the experience and check that out on the CW, then for the second episode I got to talk to the Uber Talented Toya Turner who plays on the ten episode series. New Series on Netflix call warrior nine. Out Now out, it will take you on this new crazy adventure. You never knew. She blaze shotgun marry, and she is not to be missed with. Let me tell you, but I had so much fun talking to her. We've got an a little tangent about dance so I. Hope You guys enjoy that and I can't wait for you to hear it, so yeah, just sit back, relax. Guys are staying safe out there and get swept up into this black magic y'all. Welcome to earners podcast. I'm your host. Ryan and I am so excited for my guest today. I hope you guys are checking out DC's new TV series star girl. And.
"toya" Discussed on For Realness Sake
"Hey are is Kiera and thanks for tuning into another episode of for ruinous Sake. This is the second episode in our empowerment series and this week's guests La Toya Lorraine describes herself as Hella Black Hella Jamaican. Hell allowed in hello proud. l'etoile Lorraine is a PhD student honey as well as a college professor and a quick instagram search will show you exactly who she's rooting for. If you haven't figured it out yet, she's rooting for us. y'All. Her main goal is to create a safe space for black women to be their most authentic selves. And she started doing that by creating a website called shades of Melanin and she will continue on her journey as a professor of critical race. Theory. I enjoyed this conversation with the rain because of her real vibe jaw and her dedication to us. I know you know the saying every sister sister, and that's very true, but not in the case of Lorraine. This young Queen is invested in teaching us, so we are rooting for her in return period. I also want to take this time to share that the murderer is responsible for the untimely death Brianna. Taylor have not been charged I. Urge you to go to justice. BRIANNA DOT ORG and see how you can help. May Her family and all the other families received the justice they deserve. And you already know. All lives can't matter until black lives matter. So, why don't you tell about yourself? Introduce yourself to the ruinous thing. Okay, okay. Hi, y'all. Thank you for having me on I'm really excited to be talking with you today. so Y- is Miami is La. Toya Lorraine Scott. Lorraine is my middle name an basically. In a young black woman that is really coming into my own especially when it comes to still growing with. black womanhood, and have been an extension of that to connect with other black women that are also on this journey. A black womanhood is well so even from a young age being A. Child of immigrant parents in trying to find myself. It took time. Make comes in a comes in spaces comes in transitions. It comes in growing pains right. So. I think really I started the find myself when I left poem in I started attending Florida State University which was predominantly white institution in China. With you. Yes. Predominantly white institutions. There is kind of this Arash Asher that goes on with blackness rain. in that comes it's it's a model. It's a perfect model for what America as trying to obtain this image of whiteness right. But when I tried to come into my own during that state I found myself getting more involved with community as I tried, find outlets with. How do I define my blackness outside of the gaze of a white lanes right? Oh hold on. Let's just take a minute delay man. Because.
Cyntoia Brown I am Free
"Sin? Toya Brown long has lived an insane life throughout her early teens. She was repeatedly. Jailed repeatedly raped prostituted. Everything it seems like every man. She came in contact with did her wrong when she was fifteen a pimp. She was in love with center out with his gun and she shot and killed a man she was a teenager who'd been victimized by the world but she was convicted and sentenced to in prison but she never lost hope that God would somehow save her enduring her fifteen years in prison. A groundswell of support and sympathy began to grow until the governor of Tennessee. Commuted her life sentence she was released from prison in August of two thousand nineteen just two months ago. She's now free and starting over and she's the author of an incredible memoir called freese into area. It's the incredible sin Toy Brown long on. Toray show you have been through an unbelievable journey in your life to get to this point how are you? I'm good. I'm blessed. I mean you must feel the most amazing weight off of your shoulders in your heart. And just how is it? I mean it's good and it you know. Of course there is a weight like it's been lifted but to be honest with you until I can see like the other women that I left behind so I could see some change happening for them to. I won't really feel like that. You Know Big Sigh of relief But it was definitely like you know I have my own finally Though I mean just even the pictures in the book the the end photos and the sense of relief that we can see is like wow like. She's so lifted. How did you make it through all of this? This this hell that you've lived through. It was literally nobody but God that got me through. It was rough and you know there was times it should. I shouldn't even have survived and I didn't realize the time just how close I was. But you know he was watching out for me. He definitely had angels around me protecting me. I mean this story. The hell of your life starts from early teenage years. And there's really there's really nobody around who's good to you everybody's trying to take from you and us you and I mean I wonder you know just at a young age when you start seeing that happening all the time you lose faith in humanity. Do you not. Yeah so that started you know. Once I left home the little cocoon and my mother's house it was like that it was always someone that wanted something. Always you know some kind of drama happening and just a lot of trauma that I was taking in and for a while you know I did struggle with you. Know filling certain ways about men in general just about people you kinda come to expect the worst from people But you have to realize that just because you experience that with one person to person a few people that doesn't mean it's reflective of everyone and so that several years for me to to get to that place for understood that but before you even meet cutthroat. Who's this sort of central figure in the story? What did you think of yourself? Because there's just not much no no not much you know. I had come to a place where I really didn't feel like I belonged anywhere. I really didn't feel like I was accepted for who I was didn't really know who I was. You know I was just so desperate to to be accepted like the people around me anything that they said that I needed to be how I needed to be behaving. What was acceptable. I was just taking it all in like a pay this is. This is how I'm supposed to be and you know I was just lost like way before I even met him. I mean your I mean your child you were child but you were being treated like an adult quite often and you're dealing with rape dealing with crack using WANNA All see mean just I. I can't imagine what it needs. You think of yourself nathen. I've been much myself at all and I really didn't think much of the things that I was involved with. Either colleges blindly walking into situations and just figuring out how to survive from there. And when you I mean when you meet a man. They've cut throat. One would think one thing that would mean your Davis Right. Yeah Yeah you'd think so but I guess you just you're not really process and what's going on you put in an adult position but you don't have the capacity of adult you're not really thinking and so yeah that was Read right away your leg. He was cute. I wanted to get his number wanted him to have my number. I mean what was that immediate whole that La- because that's would start to lead you down the real hell you went into. I think like he was just really good about and now I can see it like you know we would have conversations. It was about me like up until that point I had learned how to present myself to men in order to get what I wanted from them. So you know I would usually just listen to them. Listen to certain key words and then just say every now and then something but with him. It was me being able to talk about you. Know my innermost desires my thoughts and and things like that and I was like oh well. He's interested in me and you know that that's all I had been looking for someone who saw me someone who was interested in me. Someone who accepted me and all he really did was just sit there and be quiet and let me talk but get the first man who's listening to me and it's so powerful and you feel like affirmed in seen right for the first time right. Yeah that kind of starts to suck you in. Oh yeah quickly. Like very quickly within his face days like all of a sudden it was like you know. I didn't want to see him for an hour. It was like on the second day. Let's spend the whole day together you now but it quickly becomes very treacherous. Because he's you know his friend is using you and then he doesn't believe you. He believes his friend is almost rapidly. He starts sort of pimping you you sleep with him. You say I mean why did you? I mean I guess you accept that because you don't think anything of yourself and like the crazy thing is like you know he was saying all these things and I'm like well no I'm not I'm not a sled like whatever saw really didn't like constantly like accepted as truth and whenever you know it would be like. I was doing what I was doing. It was like a whore. I'm not I'm not doing this. I'm prostituting like this is not what I'm doing. I'm just you know going out and getting some money from a guy like you just kinda rationalize things in a way were like later. You're looking back and it's like what was what was that. And Yeah like that was definitely the turning point. The I can't remember what I call them in the book but I'll just say with his friend Yeah that was definitely the turning point when things just turned ugly and I almost think like now like you know they plan that or something like was that just the excuse. Randy's openly start acting that way with me But I don't know so. I guess maybe readers they can attempt for themselves. Tell me what they
She Was Trafficked, Enslaved, and Jailed for Life at 16
"Just sixteen years old sin. Toya Brown was arrested for the murder of forty three year. Old Johnny Allen Sin. Toya was sentenced to life in prison after years of advocacy. She was granted clemency and from prison. Why would a young girl commit such an act and what led to in Toya's eventual freedom?
Identity is Complex with Eugenio Pace CEO and Co-founder of Auth0
"Welcome to the show Eugenia. How're you bring your thank you for having me awesome so so I love to kind of just get right in Tell me a little bit about yourself. I know you move to America from Argentina started a couple of companies. Tell me a little bit about your backstory in how you kind of wound up where you are right now. I'm almost fifty so long time for me to describe everything that happened in my life. Auto notes version short version. So I I was born nineteen many years ago I moved to the. US In two thousand three late two thousand and three with my family was working for Microsoft to at the time Microsoft Argentina. Were there for a couple years and then in wash it took me here and they offer me to stay forward originally was going to be only three years and then three years became four and five and then mortgage and kids and houses schools. I'm I'm I feel more like a native Pacific northwest. You know than anything else but I mean he is his Hossam Awesome. Tell me a little bit about striking the balance of kind of moving to a different country having a family having you know job and making that balance where what was that it like for you in the initial years you know some people ask me this question and maybe reflect because I'm also our or family are all immigrants to my. My own family is originally from Italy and from Spain and so like Somebody made a comment to me. Go to America actually my grandfather came to the US first and then he went to Argentina so my immigration. I was very different from others. You know my family left Europe in a time of trouble. You know very poor very difficult times and my circumstances were very different very different and I feel very fortunate so these white choice was an experienced that I wanted to have the we want to have I was married in. I had two boys to beverly young boys and so we here was a was an opportunity to learn in two different to experience a different culture. We tried to adopt or yourselves to the environment that was around us and so by that. I like to think that we have experienced a much richer. You know overall environment because we haven't closed ourselves to just where we knew we open up ourselves to everything else and he's been great. I WANNA go back in time just a little bit so before you left. Argentina and before joining Microsoft. You had started your own company in Argentina right. So what was that like. Why why did you want to start your own company? Be like a founder. Get into business at all. Okay so to answer that question I I need to go a little bit back in time and so when when I was you know I still have it. I have like these notebook with old drawings and names of companies and I was pleased with like changing the letters of my name and putting other things anyway. I was like brainstorming of names were companies and A. I still have like the sketches of my campus. 'cause I what what did you have like a like a corporate campus talking about putting the horse behind the carpenter fantasy Edwin. I wanted to build a company I always wanted always wanted that. I wanted to create something from nothing I guess and so my very first adventure was you know we with a friend. We invented device. There was a device for measuring servings things and automated mation measurements and that was a fantasizing like these Massey workshop the involved manufacturing right so we thought of all this industrial age but a factory factory but it never go beyond beyond my bedroom earlier but then to your mind stone when just go a went to engineering in school and technical stuff was always you know what I was attracted to and And so when I finished college h a friend of mine and I he had idea but we were really good friends. We decided to. Hey maybe we should make these faint and so we created this solution for a company. There was like the first the first instance off the pro that we built and it was terrible when he was great and it was terrible we worked countless hours. You know he was great the really good partners but both of us were like really naive young and we were like solely will be speaking serious. We have these ideas of what building a company was about all of them wrong. Ideas play the way. The worst of all mistakes was to think that you know we could build the Bronx and then people come and it will just by because it probably was awesome. It was great it was great and he was awesome But he was to hit of. Its time and we'd have no clue of things like pricing or marketing or saves over your support like all the different components that make company and so we just we also unlucky in a way that the first customer that we got was really awesome. They paid us they treated as well they like you know they were. It was not really easy so now way it reinforced all the wrong assumptions. The second customer game and it wasn't easy toward wave and he was like really a pain and they didn't pay us and like all the wrong things will be complete and pieces of the first swamp and so that was really hard and then you know we were exhausted after a year and something you know we decided to was it and then you went and you worked for Microsoft but eventually you wanted to jump back in you wanted found another company your CEO. Now tell me about what you're doing now and why you wanted wanted to take another shot at building your own thing and and building something from nothing I did it because he was stealing me right so moncus was awesome was great the best experience I could have asked for. I was reading lucky and very grateful but he wasn't my company. I wasn't unhappy is not. I was like every day like complaining Muslim. My my style. But it wasn't. I didn't feel fulfilled. And so my wife in their infinite wisdom sadly hey maybe you should change do something else and we. We started brainstorming about what to do and she said something. That's stuck with me. which is like you know you? You never regrets your mistakes. You always always regret what you don't know what will happen. You don't know the outcome is like the is the uncertainty of what breath. I should have a nubby. I shouldn't have. And so. She said like she encouraged me to take one year. Time time boxy she put some help me put some constraints in the adventure and And so that's always thought so. Toya resigned like with Microsoft in December to two thousand twelve zero with another friend.
Cyntoia Brown-Long on realizing she was a sex trafficking victim: "It took many, many years"
"I guess was just sixteen years old when she was convicted of killing a man who solicited her for sex and sentenced to life in prison after serving fifteen years she was granted full clemency and tells her story in the new book freese and Toya my search for redemption in the American prison system she's welcome Sin Toya Brown Law the there are few stories you will read a book fiction or fact that have as many twists and turns as life that you have lived I knew a few details of your story but reading through the book is a really powerful and painful and then redemptive experience at the same time when you wrote the story again was it hard for you to relive some of the decisions and some of the things that happened to you in your life that got you to where you ended up says you know when I started writing the book I had thought that I had dealt with everything that had happened to me and when you're actually riding those things it brings up that time that moment you have to step back in there especially when I started working with the rider is amazing writer Bethany Mauger s really great questions really good to be able to just really process that and to to just really step back in those moments even though it was hard what one part of your story that is particularly powerful and complicated is when you talk about your relationship with the idea that you were involved in sex trafficking and it's really really gripping in the book because you say you didn't consider yourself to be part of sex trafficking in any way you know there's a passageway you say I thought of sex traffic victims people who are in suitcases or stuff to contain as unchained and yet I thought I had a boyfriend when in fact this was your pimp who was making you do what you would you would doing in the world is that part of the problem that we face in dealing with sex trafficking is that some of the people who are involved in it don't think of themselves as being victims in the in the situation absolutely I can't identify victims when it comes to some of the people who are supposed to be saying you know this is child abuse our camera the study where I think it was fifty seven percent of mandatory reporters where these are counselors teachers these are people who are constant contact with the youth they're supposed to report every instance of child abuse him fifty seven percent of them thought that some teenagers willingly prostituted themselves thought that some teenagers traded thanks for for shelter for food because they did it they consented and that's just not the case that is abuse that is exploitation and these individual rules aren't reporting it and if you have them saying you're not a victim you're actually willingly doing this hour and I believe it and so for so long aw I just consented I was just promiscuous because that's what I was being told by society and so it took for a campaign from a group in Tennessee he call in slavery that you know they stress that there's no such thing as teenage prostitution I didn't know anything about the federal statute that said anyone who's a minor it was actually a trafficking victim there's no such thing as consent and you know that was hard to kind of face I used to argue with people when they said you know you were taking advantage of no I wasn't I knew what I was doing and that's just not the case it's really hard to be in that situation where you still want to maintain agency but at the same time you have to admit that something was done to you you faced the ultimate punishment for what happened to you in your life and was after this man solicitor you took you back to his place abused you and essentially held you captive in his world you killed him and he was sentenced to life imprison was meant to be over fifty years you served fifteen which is essentially a life sentence because you were sixteen years old at the time in that time in prison what did you think your world was going to be you know because you went in as a sixteen year old well I don't know but I know that every since I was in prison I'd always dreamed of living a real life I never let go of hoping we'll get out one day so I really feel like I'm I'm living my dream right now yes so I always kept always kept have pain you can't that hope is that is that what you studied in prison it is because that that was that was fascinating to me and the story is here's somebody who's going to spend the rest of their life in jail there is no promise that you will get out and yet here you are studying furthering your education trying to make the best of the time that you have why do that when you don't think you're gonNA get out because I didn't even like at Emily them when they tell me I would make a point the One I would say things you'd hear a lot of people say you know if I get out or if Markham fishing is overturned I would always say when I get out and I know my husband in our talk to him all the time well when I get out I wanna do this and he would always be like well let's cross that bridge when we get there but it's just something that came so natural when I get out when I get it when I get out and it was like that for the entire fifteen years when we look at the criminal justice system today in America it is an unfortunate fact that there were many some Toyota browns who are experiencing its adverse effects if there was one thing you wish would have been different when it came you how your case was handled what would you wish the thing would be that would be applied to every case going forward my case specifically number one I I do think that there are things that I needed to be held accountable for and I think there are a lot of cases with juveniles who commit certain crimes there has to be locality there has to be consequences however a juvenile is not the same as an adult even the supreme court has he ruled that several times and a string of cases so it just doesn't seem like it makes sense to me for the Supreme Court I think it needs to change it's still the case now you still have juveniles who are tried as adults think that's one of the things that needs to change and to be honest with you I think a lot of senses are just excessive in general of that fifty one years is is like who's GonNa make fifty one years in prison nobody
"toya" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Contessa ever apologize to you for calling her husband a bitch you know she did actually she apologized and she actually gave me evil eye necklace award she hasn't been around which is all i tall wants to know simone if dr simone doesn't believe mariah's done drugs why does she not speak up on mariah's behalf i was late speaking up and i was wrong for being late because i don't believe that she does drugs i don't believe she previously did drugs right i just believe that was being vindictive angry toy you wrote a children's book i did you have that is for me and my boys actually has looked hugiene you'll love it it's a little there's a looked as a little condom in here no callback i will read it absolutely i will thank you very much it is time for my muzzle of the day it goes to joe judy who was released from ice custody on friday and he flew to rome where he will continue to appeal his deportation decision and in new photos posted a social media it looks like joe has lost a ton of weight you were on imprison but when you get a chance can you me some of the ingredients of your meal plan get it little tonight's jock logos to sue perkins former great british back off host for admitting that she doesn't like cake liking cake is your job lady that would be like me saying i don't like wig falls into eli dr simone saying she doesn't like virginia's this may be the most controversial moment in cake history well the second.
Foundation Extravaganza 2019
"Extravaganza two thousand nine days you odd voice on just saying extravaganza. I'm guessing probably just think everyone should quietly take a minute home right now to imagine rupaul call him. Basically we love Rupaul though we do but yes we have the foundation extravaganza two thousand nine hundred nine. We're going to be coming up up very soon the all new launches from this summer. I mean not all of them. Because there were literally thousands I think we I move very ambitious and like yeah we can do all of them and then each day. There was another ten so we were literally like this is going to be like a seventeen hour episodes. So what we've done is actually chosen off favorites or at least so a varied selection of much as we could let the most asked about yes and that was the most about but if there is one that you've seen coming out with its come out very recently because also we've been some coming out since we so our off date for all yapping just today hatfields caught oh there's chic very louise weeks brook CBA Buji. I like it so I decide and I woke up hill this morning. So I'm staying away. Professional areas the first person listen to my wedding. Drudge makes me feel very special dresses. She's GonNa do what Mariah enabled. You've been able to oh I did. I was like I don't do to do three doing it. Properly Lindsay is very exciting. We Digress we digress otherwise we'll never get all these foundations so because Uh and you news I'm GonNa pull cat hair phone very professional and then we're going to break into all these foundations but yeah as I was about to say before I got to start to buy the beauty that is hurry outfield advil but if there's anything that we don't mention that you are desperate to know about let us know and we'll do our best to let you know in news in an upcoming episode we shall so as not new new new new. What is the new new well as always says a lot so obviously we're. GonNa talk mostly about foundations and like we said we we didn't try every single thing but one that is a new launch that we haven't tried this coming out is flush peachy. Remember them Lindsey yes I do. I was very worried about them. I felt they might be going away. There's still in line on Alta so flesh bt if you can't with tiny tiny little stick foundation that was kind of like wait through tiny and they have come out with the pure flash liquid foundation so this is actually in a bottle of the liquid foundation which I think a lot of people tend tends to be that kind of like Goto jam is thirty two dollars forty shades good. That's nice and yeah. We haven't tried it but that is is. I believe that's available by now. Actually is out and one that we didn't get hands on because we found out slightly later but we will. I like flesh. I was really worried when they were astorg but don't worry about Oh. That's generally the beginning of the end but that's great if they're still launching something as big as a foundation. I'm forty shades so excited to try that homes golden yeah we go other exciting news which is launching a matter of days so by the time you listen to this you may have already seen this but Victoria Beckham launching our own beauty. I have heard about this and I've seen quite a few teases on grass. I know you're a fan edit collection I I was I feel like for me. I was always like like the first collection the first question I was like. Yes packaging. Yes performance yeah or Gonzalez yet. I was into it second collection. I have to say there were bits. I liked but it was a little made. The first collection was so behind on that I felt a little bit. Let down by the second collection. The quality not wasn't there in the second collection yeah. It just felt a bit. I don't know it just wasn't wow factor like the first one wild me smacked of contract contractual obligation to me he was like she said she'd do to second album syndrome. It was a bit sophomore yes but it does fill me with joy a collection of our own collection so far. There's just been a couple of instagram teases that she's one being a logo which tells us absolutely nothing being very sexy boomerang of her doing a little blink. I and I'm very into this metallic tope Toya. Shade that she's wearing in this picture. Everything about this picture makes me very happy. I Love Brow. I love the I love. What's going on on a date yet. The only thing I don't like is the Hashtag claim beauty stuck on the end of the caption. Because what does that even meeting brands. I have to do this now but I think we've been clear and clean beauty. It doesn't mean anything what was clean. Bt main dirty beauty is it no way dirty beauty. That's GonNa be the name of my eyes. I feel like we've said this and we were talking about. This will be a whole separate episodes on it yeah in because it is a can of worms that should you open the NC. We'll lose her sh- yes next week. We actually have an interview on next the following episode after to this one in two weeks time we have an interview with the president of Bioscience United States talking to forty four about why such twat no we're not talk to that person about its fate town or his cova or anything and but we will be talking to the president of violence is a well well you were there in clean beauty there in the section of beauty but they talked she spoke so eloquently wonderfully about what that means to bioscience and they they don't call themselves clean beechy they call them sustainable. Bt which is obviously something very different yeah and I can't wait to share that with everyone but we should just a clear up definitions the off road and around because even I've done in the past. I'm sure I've used it in my youtube videos where I've even said it without thinking about it. So because everyone's you pay the noise you can musings without saying what that thing means which is so frustrating. Is it natural. Is it organic everything's free in the UK. I mean that's the thing we're cruelty free and like it to be sold in the you have to be yeah like. I don't really understand what you're saying here that obviously China different ballgame but things are changing. It's frustrating. It's like what does clean mean and I think now do you get out. I think is go yeah but as I say as you say all the time to be continue now is Victoria. Beckham beauty is coming. I'm excited about it. I'm excited makeup and that should should be from yeah looking forward to it okay so I've got a thing a thing of pure joy. If Mary Cuando could hold this she would feel all kinds of vibrations goodness. Let's just feeling joy just feeling joy. Nothing I mean Lindsey. I know you're GONNA like this. I'm excited. I think you've already seen my swap chairs and you will. It's the Nour's queen of the night. I shot a pilot which was fired by queen of night herself Suzanne. I'm going to put to the surname botch. It's S. H. S. C. H. on the end Polish anyway a lovely policy doc nine hours police shiny things twelve pris- matic shades fifty nine dollars and every shade is like party animal excitement of glitter. It's Joe is sexy sexy where he had sex with a clown on rainbow and they've women to full baby. Yeah it's like all kinds of goodness and I did some swatches of a my inscribe stories which I do have a highlight actually have new launches if you I want to see that it should still be up. Oh my goodness I had to play with this in a recent shoe and it's not perfect. I love it when shadows of that kind of are they are they poudel Econ Hongkong towels like these you a metallic ballot. Yes Chris but with this it doesn't even because it's more of a power in a way it says it's not like you have to work quickly and then unusual name playtime you can lay them on top of other. I shudder as you can do things you can blend with a brush but also I feel like you get playtime if anyone who wants to dabble with color but finds lines that kind of claimed powder formula little bit to a little bit scary. If you feel like enough time blend in time this will be right up your street. It shiny goodness in a pilot. Well love GNAWS. Palette of the moment Clinton recently with the show pilot. Yeah I mean for me. It's very very rather gnaws disappoints me. I have to say it's one of those brands that like it just it makes every basic. I need plus. Extra finishing touches yeah this. This is very exciting. I'm very excited see their autumn Winter Christmas off. I've seen some hills. It's Lookin sexy. Look Check Shea feeling okay. Sorry Shawn Club style a couple more pilots actually while we're on pallets. Let's talk pallets new you from urban. Decay are spied in my inbox. You have spied this. Indeed is the urban cain aching honey pallet. I mean in negative. It just seems mental to me that they're like naked is dead naked naked over. We had a funeral. The original is gone but behold eighteen. One thousand new naked poets none of which was good as original. Sorry I personally love. Naked is my favorite one. See I'm gone all the way why bother the getting rid of naked betty shelby out again in six months and then just keep launching more so this one naked honey as you can imagine hunting spy by it. It's Kinda yellow gold yellowy goal the goal is I mean. There's a lot of shades in here. That are very similar. I think to the original AK- yes if you'll missing original naked. This is a good option. If you liked buff the shade buff I feel like you're going to get with lots of close yellowy ACRI toe. I think if you take out the two middle ashamed golden and honey it to me becomes a much more look wearable wearable neutrals because I'm sure everyone listening desperately needs a wearable neutral pilot and then the two middle ones are obviously they draw your eye right in the middle of the pilot and they make it much more yellow toned food yeah because they all saw the yellow gold. This one's very glittery one's very
SPC Toya Brownlee, Tennessee And Brown discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"SPC Toya Brownlee's prison in Tennessee today former governor bill hasn't granted her clemency after fifteen years in prison brown says she was a sex trafficking victim when she killed a man demanding sex from her at sixteen she was originally sentenced to life in prison celebrities including Riana lobbied for her release the thirty year old will spend the next ten years
Aaron Holiday says sister Lauren was the best ball player of all siblings
"The twenty third pick in the two thousand eighteen envy adra when aaron holidays name was called at last year's nb draft many basketball fans were already familiar with his family his brother drew is a guard for the new orleans pelicans and the member of nbc's he's all defensive team is older brother justin is a six year nb veteran their parents toya in sean both play college basketball at arizona state those fans may not have known about toilet and shawn's other child lauren people should know the issues really good basketball player that's aaron holiday shoes from the best of the wolf were most who another because they seriously matthew stock from npr's only a game has the story lauren holiday says it's no surprise as kids she and her three brothers played a lot of basketball we always had a basketball hoop growing up from what i can remember an we had the basketball hoop right in front of are garage and we would just say like to lawn to yes there was a basketball hoop that's toya holiday lauren aaron justin andrews mom and they never had it at ten feet they always had lord like in about eight feet so that they could slam or whatever you know do all these funky tricks and his mom remembers things would get pretty competitive they would always end up just upset because everyone want it to win like i'm taking it to you you have to be the best but it always would turn into the fight and i'm like okay you guys if you can't play together and bring in the house and i'm hoping the bible and you're gonna write a a one of these scriptures on strife born in aaron worthy youngest just three years apart so they almost always end up guarding each other premiums kinda like out doing aaron proven like see my older brothers like yeah i could play like i know this is like three boys and me but i can do it too did playing with their brothers booster confidence as a basketball player or it did it kind of hefty opposite effect no it definitely boost it just sunday with like if i dunk and they were like like that just naming feels so good i think it made me love basketball even more because it was something that i did with them my husband i talk about this all the time the reason aaron has such a motor and he's so percent in just a strong is because of loren loren was the one that would just take it to him all the time in in just like no you have it'd be better she always went hard at me for sure that's lawrence brother aaron again she plays hard pretty much every position that we've ever played so that's probably why she's tough is when lauren got the high school her mom became basketball coach toys says her daughter was talented enough to play all five positions lawrence darted getting recruited to play in college in one school stuck out you cla lauren major college basketball debut with the bruins on november fourteenth two thousand twelve in a game against nationally ranked oklahoma an i remember the girl for oklahoma sheila's bat she was tough and then lawrence guardian i'm like oh okay here we go here we go learn by fire it's great so
Remembering Leah Chase, "Queen of Creole Cuisine"
"Weekend. He was known as the Queen of Creole cuisine Gumbo. Goodness. That's the mole the Gumbo. And even the green almost she remained. Oh, that's New Orleans, mayor La Toya Cantrell. Remembering chase he used to say, quote in my dining room. We changed the course of America over a bowl of Gumbo, and some fried chicken are on Debbie Elliott spoke with chase back in two thousand fifteen about the restaurant called Dookie chases, specially in, I'm wanting to, to see black said they had not been at old. No, nice places. But I thought on the other side of town. No nights restaurants has that she made a restaurant, a meeting place for leaders of the civil rights movement. Here's mayor Cantrell again, play a major role and creating that safe space so that we can ensure that the civil rights that the struggle that we were able to move forward through them and adversity. And having the courage to create a defaced space conversations. That could happen. And they were used that vehicle. Then we social change chase for the likes of Dr Martin Luther King, and that king Cole. But her restaurant almost closed for good after Hurricane Katrina, nothing you can do, but ride it out and take the whip it'd come back again. Come back again. She did people celebrated when she reopened in two thousand seven mayor Cantrell, not only did she feed the bodies of New Orleans. She really fair so Leah. Chase died on Saturday. Ninety six.
"toya" Discussed on The Next Best Thing
"What other breath you can say you're not answering the question because I didn't get to finish my phrase. How can you say there's no hard evidence proving their stories true? But apparently, there's enough evidence proving their stories falls. There's what what no, okay. Here's the problem. We're running out of time. So I wanna play one quo for you before we get cut off. All right. This is Toya Toyota. The toy Jackson. I must tell you that this is very difficult for me. Michael is my brother. I love him great deal. But I cannot and I will not be a salad collaborator of his crimes against small innocent. Children. And if I remain silent. That means that I feel the humiliation at these children filling, and I think it's very wrong. I have seen checks payable to the parents of these children. And I don't know if these children were apparently brought. Parents by mice will or not. But I have seen these tests. And I've seen these checks through my mother. She showed me these checks said Michael bring to these children, and it's a great amount. And I'm not speaking pennies, the some are very very large amount. And this is my first time talking about it. And I never wanted to speak about it. I never wanted to say anything about it. But I think it's sad because I am a big to myself. And I know what it feels like and these kids are going to be scarred for the rest of their life. And I don't wanna see anymore in. It's at small children being affected this way. I love Michael berry dearly. But I feel even more sorry for these children because they don't have a life anymore. Michael Jackson, la- Toya Jackson will gray. Okay. Yes. I have two points one. I want to answer your question you said before and I didn't get chance to answer. There is evidence. That was what I was saying. There is evidence to prove that he is that that was not the case the evidence that they used to try to prove that he was a pedophile was actually kid be used to prove that possibly he's a heterosexual male. That was my point second off. Do you have you done? Do you know what's going on the Toyota? She's come out. And I know she's come out and said that she takes that back. Have you looked at other interviews other claims she has made around this time as well. If you. Any of that? It sound or other interviews like this is a credible person credible source does she made a lot of lies and during that time, and as as we came to find out she had lived in the okay, we know how what you're talking about how they were Jehovah's Witness. What point did that me because Jackson was completely repressed? Completely sheltered lived in that house her whole life until she met this man, and he up -ducted her from the family, and basically had her was talking peace for him. And they literally had object her back. That is the story. I mean that is what happened, and that's not just some tabloid story. That's what happened. So it's not really a credible clip at all. And the fact that you let it go on for so long kind of annoying, quite honestly, but go ahead. What? Okay. Well, we're running out of time. I'm sorry. You are noise by the clip that his sister. And come out to say several. I'm sure I'm sure we could find clips of his nieces and nephews in find some. Researched. You haven't researched any of the other side giving captain open mind whatsoever. That you didn't know any of the information is a little frustrated made me watch the documentary. And I knew all the information in the documentary without having to sit there and subject myself to like child porn made up child porn stories. Like, Jan read. It's the pedophile. Doozy. All right. Well, we're running out of time. Thank you for. Yes. And it was not child pornography. I think that's offensive for you to say that because this was a story about kids. No, it wasn't the film was child pornography. I mean. Stories of child pornography that more than likely didn't happen..
LaToya Jackson Accused Michael of Crimes Against 'Innocent Children' in Resurfaced Clip; Later Retracted Claim
"Michael Jackson sister la- Toya an interview she did in nineteen Ninety-three with MTV when this interview came to light listen to this sound it's pretty chilling again nineteen Ninety-three latoya Jackson. This is when she was on on tour. I must tell you that. This is very difficult for me. Michael is my brother. A great deal. But I cannot and I will not be a salad collaborator of his crimes against small innocent. Children. And if I remained silent. Humiliation at these children are feeling and I think it's very wrong. I have seen checks payable to the parents of these children. And I don't know if these children were apparently brought. The parents find life or not. But I have seen these checks, and I've seen these checks through my mother. She showed me these checks at Michael have reigned for great amount. And I'm met speaking pennies. Some are very very large. And this is my first time talking about it. And I never wanted to speak about it. I never wanted to say anything about it. But I think it's sad because I am a big to myself. And I know what it feels like and these kids are gonna be scarred for the rest of their life. And I don't wanna see anymore innocent small children being affected this way. I love Michael berry dearly. But I feel even more sorry for these children because they don't have a life anymore. They don't now you stop. And you think for one second. And you tell me what five year old man, it's gonna take a little boy and stay with him for thirty days and take another boy and stay with him for five days and a wrong and never leave the room. How many of you out there at thirty five years old? How many men are out here? Take little kids and do that nine eleven years old. I love my brother, but it's wrong. I don't wanna hurt I've been hurt by to my bottom molested me sexually. And I don't like it. I don't like the way it feels and to this day. This is my husband. He can belt I will not have a relationship with him because of that. But I love him dearly. But I cannot perhaps one day I will come to terms with the night. We'll be able to her now, I can't do it. And that's what I don't want to see happen to little kiss because I know it can heart. Oh. Now, she was on the outs though with that family at that time wasn't she? And she later retracted her allegations saying that she had been convinced to make them up by her then husband. These accusations were made after the father of a kid named Jordi Chandler thirteen years old accused Jackson of molesting his son. And there was a subsequent settlement. But it doesn't sound like la- Toyota's lying there. No. But it's really hard to tell. Because of the circumstances and the fat, and I forgot there was some there was bad blood. And also, and I forgot what they were accusing her of. But they were accusing her of something also. And when you get that emotional, and you're so angry at people that you've grown up with and that are your family. Sometimes you can say things that sound like you totally believe them. Yeah. Her mother. Why would why would the mother show her checks that they wrote to the parents of these kids, I don't know that whole family Toya? Mess. Look at this just a fresh hell being in that Jackson
"toya" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"That's in Toya and me facing life's in Toya's story, which aired on PBS independent lens take it from there, man. So she ends up going to trial on two years after her arrest in two thousand and four and they decide that they're going to try her. She was juvenile at the time that this happened and that they would try her as an adult. Why? I think some things that people probably know intuitively is that black children. Don't get to be children. There's a kind of adopt affiliation of children, particularly black children children of color. So sin Toya at sixteen wasn't seen as a young person. She was seen as an adult already, basically. And they put her on trial as an adult. She ended up getting convicted. And she ended up getting convicted her sentence was life in prison. So you can imagine the shock to the system of somebody who has basically been sexually course, turn tire life who was a run away. So she was already precarious. Defended herself against somebody. Who basically it's nothing else was doing statutory rape. He was forty three. She was sixteen years old. And she ends up in a situation where she has got to figure out if she's going to take potentially put herself at risk of dying or if she's going to take action she chooses to take action he's punished for it. So she's punished basically for survival. Yeah. Do you think our case would have ended up differently? If she was white and her rapist was block. I mean, it's hard to know about these things I will say this black people in this country. Have traditionally historically been punished for any perceived transcript transgression, and so and punish more excessively than white people. But I do wanna make a point that I think is important, which is that we have a mass incarceration problem in this country that whole that basically also sweeps in bunch of poor white people so while while black people are disproportionately targeted by this as some white people are pulled into the system as well. So what we have is a mass criminalization and mass incarceration problem. I think we're going to have to do some work to dismantle the Toyota Brown was sentenced to life in prison. She was she has served what she will have, sir. Fifteen years for her release in August. That's right. And you've talked about the support. She's had this all the time. She's been in prison. But what forced the Republican Tennessee governor Haslam to grant clemency? And were you surprised when he did? I wasn't surprised that he no because I'm an organizer and when people mobilize in put pressure on targets we can win. And I think what happened was that the supreme court in Tennessee in early December came back in of helds decision to say that. In fact, he wasn't going to ever be able to be paroled before serving fifty one years in prison. So that she would have gotten out of prison had a chance to get out of prison. Go in front of a parole board at the age of sixty seven and that particular supreme court's decision in Tennessee is what galvanize this latest version of a mobilization on her behalf. So people were like, wait a minute. First of all, this is unjust that she spent one day in prison. Secondly, they're going to have her spend fifty one years in prison before she even gets a chance for. A second chance this is unacceptable. And I thought point a group of different groups all around the country came together with a targeted effort to go. After that that included groups like Nashville colored change the highlanders center that some of those three two of those three are based in Tennessee. So it makes sense that they would kind of push. I want to bring up the fact that, you know, a lot of people on social media got involved and started making phone calls at one point. My understanding was that the governor's office was getting six thousand calls in a day. That's unprecedented on hurt us. They had to like switch over their lines to another line holds together in order to keep up with amount of people that were pushing for her to get out. So. Reaction. Well, my understanding was that she put out a statement at the end of that she was really thankful for people's support. I think she's I'm sure she's absolutely thrilled to be able to be released from prison you've called her act a radical act of self love, explain well, I think that in this culture where black lives are incredibly devalued where we are in a position of always having to defend our very existence that to insist that you deserve to live by any means necessary is inactive radical self love side absolutely believes that that's the case. I want to say something though that I think is very important right now for people who are really in the moment very excited about this. It is very good that she's out of prison. I think people should know that she's being released into supervised parole was she's going to be on for ten years. That's a decade, which means he's going to have spent twenty five years of her. Very young life in under state supervision for those people who don't know parole is extremely extremely restrictive. They're going to give a whole set of conditions, which mostly be arbitrary. If she violates any of those conditions. They could violate her right back to prison. She's going to be spending ten years, basically on pins and needles making sure that nothing goes wrong missing missing any sort of parole meetings ending up going somewhere that she wasn't supposed to go by accident those things convey late you, and so she's going to have to be very careful for the next ten years that she doesn't get violated back. So she's not one hundred percent free. And I think that's something people should pay attention to you. You have trace the treatment of black woman who dared to fend themselves back to slavery by at least. Yeah, I mean in this country. Coming to this country as chattel so property, not person, we as black women in particular were conceivably subjected to sexual violence was no recourse, absolute impunity wrote a piece for the guardian last week that talked about the story of enslaved young woman named Celia who fought back against her master who was also her rapist killing him, and she went to trial. She had very vigorous defences is eighteen fifty-five in Missouri. And the court found that she was property not person therefore could not be raped, and they ended up executing her in in December of eighteen eighteen fifty five, and I think a lot about that. Because it shows something about black women having no selves worth defending having no selves worth being seen as valuable enough that you can have bodily autonomy. Really important. How many central Browns are embarrassed? There are thousands of Santo Browns in prison. I think I want to also make the point that overwhelmingly, especially when you look at women's prisons, the overwhelming majority up to ninety percent of the people in there have had histories of sexual and physical violence prior to ending up in prison. What there's a wonderful activists, formerly incarcerated survivor herself named Susan Burton who talks about the fact that what we do is incarcerate trauma. When we incarcerate women, and when we incarcerate gender, non conforming people. So there are thousands of scenarios, and I think we should really pay attention to the fact that we should be fighting for all of those to be free. And that this example of a governor doing commutations shows how much power the executive has to actually free people, and we are in a state in New York where we have a governor who's probably one of the most merciless governors. We have who almost never commute anybody's sentence. And we have close to fifty thousand people locked up in our state here in New York, supposedly progressive haven, right? And he has commuted nineteenth sentences in eight years nineteen and one of those was a domestic violence criminalized survivor. That's unacceptable. So if people have energy as a result of since ways case, I'm excited about that. But I want people to channel that energy into fighting in your own state and figuring out how we're going to free all criminalized survivors of sarum. I wanna thank you so much for being with us organizer. Her education who's worked an anti-democratic violence programs as well as anti incarceration, racial Justice program. She's the co founder of survived and punished the system accuracy. Now when we come back could fifty thousand Haitians who fled the earthquake nine years ago this week the about to be deported. Stay with us..
"toya" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"For. Toya Brown was extremely grateful to outgoing Tennessee governor Bill has he Greenwich Brown clemency for killing a man who brought her for sex when she was sixteen years old. I think she is going to be able to help hundreds. If not thousands of young people, particularly people of color who are caught up in the system, and she will be able to talk to them about her experiences. So they don't end up where she is Brown was a victim of sex trafficking and was sentenced for killing the man she was trafficked who traffic her in two thousand four the Tennessee supreme court ruled in December that Brown must remain in prison for at least fifty one years before she was eligible for release as part of her clemency. She will be released to parole supervision in August after having been locked up for fifteen years amendment four which allows many Floridian felons to vote goes into effect today. Those convicted of murder or sex offenses are exempt and before voting rights can be restored fell. Wins have to complete their prison sentence and probation. The move is expected to impact over a million people back in the metro now, the FBI is heavily searching DeKalb county for a man it calls. Georgia's most wanted interiors Caldwell is wanted for murder among other violent crimes, a special agent told WSB channel to that Caldwell and other gang members committed multiple murders in DeKalb county a few years ago. It is believed he has family in the area. Sports now, Dirk Carter could be coming back to Atlanta soon. AJC dot com reports the falcons have offered the recently fired buccaneers head coach their offensive coordinator position cutter was previously the OC in Atlanta from two thousand twelve to two thousand fourteen expect some rain this morning, otherwise we'll see partly sunny skies with a high near sixty four right now. Forty nine degrees in midtown. For news talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. I'm Barbara Harris mouth. Here's a look at traffic..
"toya" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"toya" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Know, I spent the night in the supine position, and you can just tell Toya almost hear the sound of Toya's eyeballs going left, and right like us, we bomb is that like is that like one of those animals that has like the needles on it like a little bad. She made soup cook on this trip. But she made those recipe. Disgusting. Disgusting. Some of like, you may dinner. The first part was beautiful and amazing. But the ending was the ending was a glee and heavenly. I think for me I could have handled it differently. I said something I still have that bad. Because I've been working on my Inc. Go about did this. Slowdown. Then. Right. Mariah. Then decides that she is going to be the martyr, and she's like, actually, it was my fault because I commented the goodness of my heart because I just wanna be such a good friend, I commented on quads marriage and I- triggered everything. And it's my fault, and I'll never speak of the marriage again. We'll take all my best friendship instincts and keep them on the inside. Because what I'm gonna do. It's like shut up. Mariah. Mariah. And then qualify receive it just don't speak about it. And then we show this resort to that level. See won't speak about marriage. It when I see it all these ladies talk about us squad misquakees squad. It's the second language. U S L quotas. The second thing. Oh, believe it win. The visuals are transposed in front of MS. Gosh. Find out the supine position. I thought it myself to in my quad. Pam sister circle. By the way. I apologize. Ronnie. I laughed so hard. I swung my chair and it hit the table. And I know you hate it. When I hit the desk, did you? I didn't even hear it's when he do this. You hear me like this time? Yes is that? It's like these things where you like pay. You you do this to the table and like hits my ears. Like, you're hitting mice are I'm sorry. 'cause I know it's probably even like ten times more annoying for everyone at home. But I can't help it. Sometimes I just have to have a quiet wrenching Mary medicine. I'm not apologizing. They're apologizing enough right now on this. I am sorry that I commended on this issue, and I will never comment on on. Can receive that. Why? So. Another thing. I oh, she tells says I shouldn't have to tell a bunch of grown women not to make your momma jokes because I have to answer to my, mama. Okay. And I had to explain why I put myself in positions with someone who constantly says your mum your mum and heavenly like. Well, I'll stay with you on this. And then you broke the glass, and she's like accidentally excellent danell, and she's like starts getting so mad. She's like, I gotta leave. I got to leave because you're good Ryan's like accidentally just the way. Daddy accidentally broke a glass last last year. And remember we see that scene where daddy like clutches a glass, so hard it breaks the differences that was an accident. And what you did last night was that you took a glass, and you banged it on the leg of your chair. And that's not an accidental action yet to use as a weapon. And then you wouldn't let go of it. Yeah. And heavenly do not compare my husband anything about you. I'm good, and she leaves and then Mariah knocks over a glass again and it breaks. There we go with blast is again. I'm sorry, Jackie. I'm just baffled glasses y'all spat with glasses, y'all. So then then it we transition is true. She bad glassware. I don't take the Corning. So then she Jackie. Jackie Tom, so Contessa. I would like to welcome you back to the girlfriend, circle and Cadessus like well, just so everyone knows toy. You haven't called me or tactic me after you're sorta by that crab. And I know that both me and the crab deserve an apology and Toyota's like. Excuse. What about like what will happen? I apologize south of you. Okay. Right on that. And she's like, no, no, no. You were just like oh sorry. My bad. Are you? Okay. And guess what? I wasn't. Okay. I never said. I was oh God. And then quads like you miss raiding issue. Toya's like don't sit. He'd make..
"toya" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"So she knew gene at the construction site allow look, Jim, yes, picture and there was no upsells, but the upstairs, I'm like, it's called construction. That's how it works. Also, if your houses being built in a day, you're getting ripped off. Yeah, she's like, look, there's an entire floor Eugene. I think that's gonna fall down k. hail gene that wall just fell over one sneeze. That's pretty cool. On the, we had a fall over of a wall. Again, we would think about of a hope we thought that was bought. Do I family look? I'm getting chill bumps show bombs. I've a static about this closet. Y'all ever static. Toya sweet, sweet Toya sweet toy in her basement closet. So she has. She's apparently Toya has told everyone in the group that they're buying a house except for Contessa, which I feel like we'll, oddly become an annoying plot point. And if you have Assode 's you know, like because cadets later on, she's getting her double mastectomy, social haven't episode where she's recovering, and then like the episode after that, she can go back to petty arguments because he's doing a heavy storyline right now. So then when she's back to pettiness it'll be like, oh, you didn't tell me about the house. Wow. I mean, all I was doing was going through a double mastectomy, but you don't wanna tell me about your house story closet, fine, fine. That's so Toya Toya like teller about our house. Meanwhile contest is like giving major surgery toy is going to be the one who's mad at contested until her about the double mastectomy. She's like, well, we'll sisterhood. Even though I don't like it. Sometimes you're supposed to tell them about double double Messa mess. What's it called? The gum messing me. Mia. She get detectable. Cutback near be the Lord of the flies something. Getting a double Maximilian. So then let's see here this I wrote down a million notes. I don't know why. 'cause it's like, let's have a serious discussion where we stand in our basement closet or whenever and he's like, please don't be mean to contest. I really like Scott, and I would hate to lose another friend because you're an asshole. You know, it would be by laptops. Contest date at lunch and like ate the food right. Exactly. She's like, and she's who she talking about where she's, I'm so sorry. I'm really wanted. I write the entire script. It's like we're going to reenact the entire script from the look. There's a pipe coming up over there. There's about a look. It's a hill, a look, the drive while, but it's not. It's not yet. So does the does the drive was forever driveway the driveway. For level Dr. One thing I will say. Have a driveway. Driveway, it's just every song a different variation on forever driveway and I miss that. I wanna be Dr one. I miss her obsession with sidewalks member winter. They were getting that other house that kept looking houses. She's like Bob wanna sidewalk like, but there's no sidewalks on the street. But I want one and then she'd go to the house where the sidewalk at..
"toya" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Oh, I guess there's only one doctor Contessa, but so Scott has just come home from Toya's. Party. It was her birthday parties, lash party for gene for getting a promotion, and he's all pissed because toy it basically, sort of like put contests on blast during her speech at the at the party. Yeah, I love when someone's mad and newsies hat. Yeah. All bowl. So tell you sir contest. You know, just casual with season to wait Jilin and her bed as Mako face just been there too. Obviously, this was shot like three weeks later, right? Because condensed is not a great actress and she's like, oh, yeah, I'm just here, you know, hands full of dad. What's going on with you? Yes. So she tells us that her dad's, she did go to the airport to pick up her dad. And when he got to the Atlanta airport, he fell asleep in the airport for four hours. So this is weird timing because I thought his flight was delayed. I'm not sure what the story was last week, but I thought it was this flight was delayed and she had to go pick up the dad, but I guess he got there and he just fell asleep and she could. I'm, you know, I think her story last week was muddled. So. Does the, they didn't really clarify last week. So this week seemed like, okay, like I believed her. He fell asleep in the airport because she was like, she didn't know where her dad wasn't. There was a big to do, you know? Yeah. So, yeah, so she tells us about that and I'm like, dad, storyline, I'm so excited. Got at this urine on here. We have it last year on here. We're going to have at this year on Dallas. No, just basically made me think men in America have out. We like pull it together about that. Yeah. Hey guys. Yeah, let's let's pull it together. Let's not fall asleep in the airport, but so basically her dad has Krones complications. And so you know, all this stuff. So Scott's telling her selling contests about Toya's speech and how how messy she was and everything and contest like, well, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. We couldn't go to your party your party about getting along today. All right. Like I'm sorry, we're just cracking up because toy it would totally have a party for like mulling, her lawn justly. Would. I would like to celebrate the loud at. I would like everybody to notice that we got sidewalks, congratulate gene surprise. This is for you because you actually mowed part of the lawn and I had to celebrate miracle grow because it really is a miracle grow. And Contessa says, I ain't got time to celebrate your mediocrity. I'm like, what do you think returning Urfa Kway the perfect way to describe a toy a party that is exactly right. Like Lee. We just refilled the candy job party. The past patting. So, yeah, so contest as mandatory now. And that's just going to grow. So then we go over to sister circle live where number seeing flashes of everyone doing things around town. So I, we see quad sister circle live, and she's talking to this guy with a beard. Let me take a look at you. Oh, that's the player a blazer on without a tournament. Tournament kept on the top. Quasi is to be really good at that job by the way. Yeah, she's been Fred, I, I believe that I that. I mean the thing with qua- she I think she's very telegenic and I'm bet she's really good on like a gab fest, talk show. But like the thing that bothers me with quad is that she's still the one who like then goes out to restaurants, like bottle a glass of Pasek. Oh, please. Like. Rude neck. True daughter and have tried to order post echo, and I've learned it doesn't matter what copes early so bad for two sub sort of beverage. Ma'am. Could you please fill out your comment card before you leave..
"toya" Discussed on Small Doses
"Recently got married Toya is also pregnant and was on our stage and had had like a situation earlier in the day and still came to the show, but I'm not. I don't wanna talk about, like what let's way I was doing on our stage Yala Toya was so helpful in getting guests and dislike putting her mind to eight and like. Resources and kitten people up like she wasn't anything from that. It was just literally like, got y'all, and it was like, thank you. I cannot thank her enough for her willingness to just like, suggest, people reach out. She suggested Kenny burns who came through and. In atlanta. And she was reaching out to other folks that will not be forgotten that are there are definitely down to do the show, and we do it again and on top of that, like she has her own life going on. And then she came through just did the damn thing. She was competing against eating Maguire from d. in the morning and he in Dallas. And just let's say it was on that. Sage pregnant is hail having, gosh, Dern blast. Okay. We was saying we was dancing, we was learning, and as was our last, you know, city on the tour. We wanted to end on a high note and little toy definitely made sure of that. So thank you toy. Thank you. My mom had called me. I was like, Toya. Okay. Does she dice vibe the number one Blacksburg on alliteration, went to one tour. Ali city of Houston, Texas. This little man. When I tell you we damn near did an entire Broadway production on that stage. The second Houston show was, I'm not bullshitting you two hours and some change. We didn't even start the show like the games of the show until like thirty five minutes after my twenty minute opening. Like we were literally like an hour on say's before we had started the show, we had saying at least four songs from can we talk to lean on me too? Week. I mean, it was like, are we going? We we got. I had the show. I had to literally be like, turned my music director DWI who's one of the greatest people of all time and be like, don't you dare play another song? Don't you dare play another? Don't even play in the note on that base because if you play the right note on the turn that note into an entire song, so I'll Lee was so incredible because his comedic ability just it was like, this format was made for him because even when he wasn't speaking, he was still performing. He was still performing. I will be talking. He'd be doing like an entire like praise dance on the side are, you know, like we would be singing and he'd be doing choreography, you know, then at one point you'll y'all saying. I sing. I sang Swing-low-sweet-chariot stand. I saying a full out swing low. Sweet. Common in for that carry me. Like a full slave, spiritual and this man, I Lee was in the back picking cotton, like Halen to the to the to the dip in gourd. It was just, it was another level, but on top of that, he knew answers with able to articulate, you know his thoughts and he was up against EJ superstar, who was lovely and great, and they are pantley are actually friends in real life. So that was also cool to have that dynamic onstage. But I lied just like added another level to Houston that took us for the stratosphere that show felt like we were performing on one of the rings of Saturn. I know that the rings of Saturn are made up of asteroids that are caught. I understand that, but I'm just saying like as if it was a smooth surface that we could stand on. Okay. So on one of the rings of Saturn, I mean, okay, there's a song by band of horses. It's Rebecca's so far out. I know..
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"toya" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"That was sitting just three miles from this burial site where the eleven bodies were discovered this guy will rinse oman toya was killed in two thousand six get this by one of his intended victims oh and after he was killed the murders stopped the night he was killed he had murdered a woman inside of his trailer i don't know the full story on him but apparently in the process of killing her she killed him to i don't know if there was a struggle or what her i guess if you're going to go out you gotta take the guy with you for sure but there's still one hundred thousand dollar reward on the table in albuquerque for any i'm assuming that goes nationwide at this point for any information on the killer or killers and unfortunately what really happened to these eleven women we may never know but that's this week's stuff that we appeal when you're high if you wanna be terrified when you're the west mesa murders you know i've always thought there was a great reality show the needs to be made called carney's yeah and this is like a one time i spent a lot of time thinking about because i had a friend of mine who is from either sedalia or send trillion missouri those are two different cities but one of them has the missouri state fair in it okay and so like going to the state fair was like a big part of her childhood but she always talked about how creepy it was because like the carney's that operate these sheens and they like their legit carney's right but the smell a cabbage like i just felt like you could have like the greatest reality show you'd have like the goodhearted carney guy who's recently married to his young wife and he's like second generation or third generation corny can't escape he wants something more for his life but he can't he knows how to do we write wise yeah in his wife is like there and she wants a to have a kid have a better life and doesn't want to raise it on the road but so they have the struggle but her his family's there and it's only knows and then you've got like the old sage the g carney.
"toya" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"La toya's would divert nation a senior moment more than two hour more than mike there steve watson possibile pete there's noone astra oh me tell you a man you get to the right age like i have a whole bunch your friends i have a whole bunch a 12yearold girls name chloe or sally no we all seen as his day care name did not exist all through my junior high in high school like i news zoe freeman bud freeman stars she was an executive order converse look at the only zoe ford at every heard of this livia emma eva isabela like isabela zoe's number nine billion for the boy jackson's liam kate and talk airtel brian's upset all right so let's talk do so adam yeah you're a takeover the families chatch key business for yeah you as most that junk out of china yet thought mode at all out of china can we check back with you in three months and you can update us and tell us how it's gone where where do you need to do to take over that business um i would uh well i'm not gonna take over by you know i'm just gonna rip late raised to new heights i'm working with my family by what is what what are we have how many outlets you now are what's your sales are what's your quarterly goals or what are we doing well we're gonna find we're gonna uh the new products and a couple of new products and at walmart and placer us i'm michael as china or threats and if we gotta figure out a good product how about those license plates have about you guys get going with us aisin's place little jaksa aiden.
"toya" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
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