35 Burst results for "Tuck"

Psaki Slammed Over Reasoning for Why Migrants Don't Need Vaccine Proof but Travelers Do

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:47 min | 4 d ago

Psaki Slammed Over Reasoning for Why Migrants Don't Need Vaccine Proof but Travelers Do

"Beach. That's where biden spent the weekend riding around on his bike refusing to answer questions. I'll bet he's refusing to answer questions. He's got a press secretary who evidently thanks to these thousands of illegals who are camped. Out under the bridge in del. Rio texas are just here to like vacation. They don't want to stay here. Did you hear this exchange with the circle. Back pataki and a peter doocy all this is this is a doozy from ducie and check it out. What's going on the border. It's somebody asking the foreign nationals. Who are locked in del. Rio texas and setting out on this side of the border for proof of vaccination for a native kuban test. Well first of all. I can re re re address for you or re re tuck you through what steps we take you for people who fly into the country so if somebody walks into the country right across the river somebody asked them to see their vaccination. Well let me explain to you again. Peter howard process works as individuals as individuals come across the border and they are both assessed for whether they have a any symptoms if they have symptoms they are the intention is for them to be quarantined. That is our process. They're not intending to stay here for a lengthy period of time. I don't think it's the same thing it's not the same thing. These are individuals as we've noted and has been discussed we're expelling individuals based on title forty two specifically because of covet because we want to prevent a scenario where large numbers of people are gathering posing a threat to the community and also to the migrants themselves so those are the policies that we put in place in large part because again the cdc continues to recommend title forty to be in place given face global pandemic. I mean are you kidding as individuals. They're not intending to stay here for a lengthy period of time. I don't think it's the same thing. What does she think these illegals from haiti wanna do go to disneyworld and then go back to haiti the circle back think they just want to go visit times square. Check out the statue liberty and then go home. I don't think they're intending to stay there. They are not intending to stay here for a lengthy period of time. Aren't they intending to move here. She keen asylum. Wow

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The Grim Sleeper Serial Killer

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:58 min | Last week

The Grim Sleeper Serial Killer

"From at least as early as nineteen eighty five to at least as recently as two thousand seven a serial killer lonnie david franklin junior eventually dubbed the grim sleeper roam the streets of south central los angeles where he was born and raised targeting young and particularly vulnerable. Women this killer kidnapped raped beat typically shot his victims with a small twenty five caliber semiautomatic pistol often carried in his shirt pocket. He obsessively took photos of his victims. Both dead and alive both clothed and nude often sexually explicit positions saving them as trophies and keeping them carefully tucked away in the garage behind his home where he worked his youngest victim just fifteen years old not apprehended until two thousand ten. The grim sleeper roam the streets of south central for a quarter of a century incredible. He got away considering how careless he was this murders rather than carefully hiding the remains of victims in some heavily wooded body disposal site. He typically just toss him out of his old pinto an into some urban alley. The bodies are often discovered the next morning after he killed him and he almost always shot his victims. Water were still sitting inside his car. He left so much evidence he took photos of the victim shared them with any of his friends who wanted to see him not the best way to not get caught but no one tipped police off to him and he wasn't caught for so so long. Why how nhi no human involved and h. I was a term thrown around by some lapd officers originally investigating the murders in the mid eighties when the killings began and it was used because the victims were often sex workers or all assumed to be turning tricks on side at least an all or at least nearly all of them addicted to crack cocaine and there were black. The term crackhead was thrown around a lot and hooker. It was like the victims weren't seen as humans reviewed less than human. They were black. Crackhead hookers so who cares. Nhi no human involved so no real investigative priority given but this is not going to be some lapd blame game some apathy from the lapd only partially explains why lonnie was able to keep killing for so long.

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Free Beacon Reports Women Will Have to Register for the Draft, No Public Debate

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Free Beacon Reports Women Will Have to Register for the Draft, No Public Debate

"The free beacon. Andrew Stiles. And It's about the effort. Actually this. I'm wrong about that. This is by Jack Byron. Democrats Tuck female draft into Defense Bill The Pentagon will start to draft women in order to receive funding after a House Democrats amended the defense bill. C. There's no public debate about these things. Nobody asked for your input their snuck in the bills. Jefferson called this legislative tyranny. Representative Kristi Hoolahan, Democrat Pennsylvania put forward a measure on Wednesday. To require all women over the age of 18 to register for selective service. We haven't had a national debate about this. Holahan said her policy would best drawing on the talents of our entire nation. Well, who cares what she said? Don't we get any input on what happens to our our daughters? Our wives are sisters. Granddaughters are nieces. Only one in three women, however, support adding women to the draft, according to an Ipsos poll. Republican. Republicans pillory the legislation. Representative Vicky Hartzler, Missouri Republican the House Armed Services Committee member Lampoon the prospect that millions of America's daughters could be put needlessly in line of fire. Female participation. Voluntary participation. Ballet step military has steadily increased since 2000 and four 17% in 2018. Of course, the number of commissioned officers as women increases But that's different than a draft. Hola, Hands. Measure passed. 35 to 24. Five Republicans. Across party lines to support

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"tuck" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

05:01 min | Last month

"tuck" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"This doctor is certified by real south. I believe is on the advisory board for real self and to me. That was like oh. We're checking all the boxes. We are checking all the boxes right. And so then i went to have my consultation when i'm about to share with. You is my own personal experience. It is just that is. I'm going to share with you. Exactly what happened to me. I'm not telling you these things are malpractice. I'm not making any accusations about this doctor. I'll let you decide what you think about these things. What i do want to make perfectly clear before i go much further is what i want you to take away from this first of all the stories is so much bigger. Little did i know then my own experience. I know that god works. He's like crazy cool. Amazing things into my life. I love him for putting these big things in my path. But man oh man there's so many god moments in this and what i thought was an uncomfortable experience for me because of this because of my podcast because of my social media platforms so many other women and men have reach out to me and all i can say to you today is this is bigger than my story. But today i'm going to share with you. My story and i have to be very careful and the reason why i had to be very careful is because i care very very much about the only thing i care about the only thing that i want to come from. This is other people's safety. That's it to be very clear. I am happy with my results. I am only ten days out so you know. Complications could still develop. I haven't seen any of my incisions. Really they're all covered up in bandages. So when i say i'm happy with my results. Meaning i don't have any complications. I seem to be healing. Well that's what i mean by. I'm happy with my results. I'm not taking issue with my results and the doctor at this point. I'm sharing my experiences with you but in the process of me bringing just to light my uncomfortable experience and high wish. I'd gone with my intuition. So much has come to light that. I just in speechless and have to tread lightly. And i'm sure you can hear how carefully trend trenches my words closely with that. Let me just tell my story. Okay so i go in for my first consultation so you should know this. I'm a very modest person if you own any my exercise. Dvd's oftentimes the outfits that i'm wearing they would never be my pick like i don't wear short shorts and i never wear shore brought tops. I'm pretty covered up kind of person. Like that's just how i am. You know some people. Their families are like totally great with nudity in the whole family runs around nude great. That's awesome for you. That was not how i was raised. I'm kind of a prude prude. I'm just modest. Like just just very modest. And i'm really uncomfortable with being nude like around. Even my own family like even with my husband would have been married to for twenty six years if he walks in the room. And i'm getting changed. Well hold on grabbed my clothes. I mean unless of course it's a planned event. Do you know what i mean like. I don't know. Hopefully you can relate to that. But that's just how i am and so i'm going into this consultation for a breast augmentation to make them smaller so a replacement with a smaller implant as i mentioned i've always been kind of a c- then i breastfed. And so then they were like deflated. And so then. I wanted an implant in there to just to be the size that i was before i would end up being like kind of like a c. Plus because they're stretched out then over the years as you age and as you put on body fat you know your breasts lower a little bit and they just feel bigger and i went from kind of like a c. plus to a d. and i was like i mean i was over at eight years ago like ten years ago. I was like all right. These are annoying. You know what. I mean but i've never had any issues whatsoever. Never any complications been very lucky. That way okay. So go in for this. And into talk about revising mice he sexual garlic pulling that down which many people refer to as a tiny tuck or a mini tummy. Tuck and the differences. You're not messing with the muscles underneath. You're not creating a new belly button and there's to be honest. There's not a lot of skin right so it's just it's a small. It's almost like you're pulling the tommytucker pulling your c section scar down and making it a little bit wider going for my consultation. I'm waiting in the room that give me a gown to put on and tell me to get undressed so dressed but i have my underwear on and the doctor comes into the room. I believe there's a nurse.

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Madame De Florian's Abandoned Apartment

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:10 min | Last month

Madame De Florian's Abandoned Apartment

"Do flurry and lived in a fifteen hundred square foot apartment for most of her life. It was located near the red light district putting her right in the middle of the action during the bell. Talk sadly to flurry and passed away in that home in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine. Leaving on re to handle her affairs he then began living in the same apartment himself along with his own daughter but she fled paris in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and moved to the south of france in doing so. She left her father and the apartment behind her and never looked back. It was believed that on relive there until he died in nineteen sixty six. But even that wasn't enough to bring her back for a visit despite not once returning to the property even after her father's death she chose to pay the rent each month for the next forty four years. She died in two thousand ten at the age of ninety one with no one left to claim ownership of the apartments nor its contents it was opened up by the executors of her will to a local auctioneer and what he found albeit under a thick layer of dust astounded him. The apartment had been untouched for decades. It was filled to the brim with elegant furniture. One hundred years old or more in the bedroom. They found a four poster bed complete with canopy. A massive vanity had been tucked into the corner on top of which sat empty bottles and cannisters as well as an array of hairbrushes in the kitchen glassware pots pans and cutlery. All of it's still in place as though it had been waiting for. Its owner to come home. There was a giant stuffed ostrich in one room along with some mickey mouse and porky pig dolls all made before the second world war and artwork paintings of all shapes and sizes hung on the walls. Some had been leaned against furniture. And we're even seated on chairs across from each other like they'd been having a conversation. The peace to resist however was one particular painting. The portrait of the apartments original owner. Madame de fleury on painted by the master of swish himself. Giovanni bodini in the end. It seems the auctioneers hadn't unlocked in apartment door at all. He'd unearthed the time capsule that nobody knew had existed for over seventy

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Georgetown Law Professor Barnett Explains Why Court Packing Is Unconstitutional

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Georgetown Law Professor Barnett Explains Why Court Packing Is Unconstitutional

"You in when we need you. Court packing is unconstitutional. This is a statement you gave to this. So called Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court, which is shocking to me in and of itself. I'm sure the Supreme Court justices are keeping an eye on this and it could well affect them and depending on how they feel about things. Tell us what you you said to the commission and which is not printed here in reason Magazine. Yeah, I testified orally, and I submitted written testimony, which I recommend that people take a look at because it's got a longer version of the article, and really mark. The argument is actually very simple. And that is that this Congress does have the power to set the number of justices at any number of wishes, and that number is varied from six on the low side to 10 on the high side. The last 150 years. It's been nine. But whenever Congress changes the law, it has to do so constitutionally that and you have to ask what power is it using to accept the number and change change the number? And it's the necessary and proper clause, which gives Congress the power to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution, its powers, including and the powers of any other department, which is the judicial department. That's what it is, which means a law to change the number must be necessary. And it also must be proper. So we have to look and see what the meaning of necessary is and what the meaning. Alright, let's slow down because you make it very, very important point. This clause. Which is kind of tucked away necessary and proper clause. As the court recognized this as an important clause, absolutely, including in the affordable, including in the Affordable Care Act challenge in the Affordable Care Act Challenge. Five justices said that the individual insurance mandate Was not a proper exercise of Congress's power. Um they can't make you buy insurance under the commerce power that's improper under the necessary and proper clause. Mhm. So this is

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"tuck" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:06 min | 2 months ago

"tuck" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Tuck. He is the co founder and CEO of simply after school, and we were talking about how you built a team and a great one. So what's the key to hiring good people actually, like finding these people that you're looking for? So you know your goals. But then how do you fill in the spots, so the way that you fill in the spots is by coming up with a very Pacific job description. So you know exactly what it is that they want to do, and then you develop a hiring process. It's kind of like a sales funnel. So you develop a hiring process that's going to bring people through the system that one tells them what your company does what you expect of them and what they should expect of you and whether or not your personalities mesh. So even though somebody could be great at doing something, they might not get along with company culture, and that makes a really big difference. So if you just figure out Steps and put those in place. When you bring people through that funnel, you'll end up with really good people. It's not 100% of time, but it works most. Yes. So speaking of company called culture, How would you describe yours and how do you create it? So I think that it comes from the top down in the sense of who we develop a methodology in which we want the company to work within, and then we try to bring people on board that fall within that culture, So it's not just us coming into the office being excited about what we're doing every day. It's the other people that then come into the office and are excited about it. So I say that our culture is it's really fun, free flowing and just try to be innovative and try to be simple. With everything we do. Do you have a strategy for being innovative? No, We just try to think of what's cool. So we have a board that if there's an idea of a customer comes up with an idea, we try to write it down and we try to work it into either feature breakout or how do we give them to this tool? Can they do it The way they're doing it with our system. Now, where is trying to improve and if we're not doing that, and eventually will become outdated, So I think we just have the mentality of we're not where we are. We're not where we want to be, too. In order for us to be there. We need to continually changing girl. It and investors are not a part of your team. Tell me why you made that decision, So it's always enticing for people to say. Here's 100,000 years. 200,000 hard to turn down money, right? It is hard to turn that money, but where you need to realize is what am I going to do with the money? So is it cooler to say? Oh, I got $100,000. Because somebody loves my business was better to say huh? If I had $100,000 I could do this and it will take my company X So if you don't feel like the amount of effort that you would need to put into the relationship that you have with an investor, or the amount of time you would have to put in to dealing with anything revolved around getting an investor, because there's lawyers and there's paperwork, and there's things that you need to do. It might not be that great for you. So if you're at a point where you know you could get an investment firm to put in a million dollars, and it's going to take your company from generating five, you know, five million gross to $20 million that might Be an amazing investment. But if you're going to collect $100,000 to take a company that's doing, you know $10,000 to $100,000. That's to waste your time. So you want to make sure that the money bring in. It's not only worthwhile the equity you give them, but it was the time that you're actually gonna be spending with that investor. So what are some of the benefits to not having investors? You can do things your way. Uh, it's definitely you value that obviously more. Yeah. Yeah, I see. You have an eager stuff. So, Yeah, I want to be able to do things my way. I'd like to be able to do things on my time. It's not to say that investors don't work. But when a company is young, and it's continually developing who it is or what their places in the industry, it's tough to bring on somebody else that has now a pretty big saying what you're doing so when somebody gives you money they have to say No matter how much money they're going to give you So whether it's a friend, family member or a VC. They're going to tell you what they think you should do. Yes, it gives you more freedom to stay connected to your vision. Yes, exactly. Awesome. And to be clear you started with $5000. So, yes, your self funded but it's not that you had to have all this money yourself. Make this company successful. So tell me about some of those beginning stages. How you turn $5000 into a lot more. So what we were able to do is have a really good plan. And I'm also my business plan. I don't believe in business plans. We just kind of sketched out what we wanted to do on a napkin. We started the company. Ken, Do you have that framed somewhere? We don't We didn't realize that it would. It would mean something like, Oh, man. Yeah, We're just we on one Sunday. We're sitting down and we're just trying to develop a business model. So we wrote something down crudely on a napkin that we saw was a good idea, and we just went for it. So on Monday, we quit our other jobs, and then we just start Calling schools and started, uh, you know, hitting the ground running. So you actually had to turn it into something because you quit your jobs. Did that feel risky at the time, or did you have enough of a cushion were no, It was okay. I think we were young enough to and able to do it. You know, my brother is married. I'm married. We both have kids. I think now would be a little bit of a different story. But if you have the time, if you have a little bit of background and what you're trying to do, you're passionate about it. And it's Not a bad idea that it's worth while doing it. It's not for everyone right? And I'm sure there's something about having that pressure to make money That almost helps you because you're thinking from the perspective of how can I make money? The fastest for sure, I think that people that focus on the pressure of making money cut corners I think that's how a lot of companies start offering their customers for service or poor product. I think when people are passionate and have a drive and feel the stress to offer the best product, I think those companies grow faster and not with your strategy. Yeah, and those companies more successful. I think it's a mentality thing. I think everybody at the end of the day wants to make money, but I think what it really breaks down to whether it's a successful company are not successful company is that they have the stress of we want to be better than everybody like nobody should ever be. In our category and if somebody wants to join this industry, you should think twice, I think, Okay, I love it. And time Management is a big component and being successful. So what Your strategy is for that? Especially when you first started company. There's a billion things to do, and you don't have the team yet, and you don't have the income. So you have to pick and choose your battles. And there's only 24 hours in the day. No matter how they you stay after still 24 hours, right, So you need to have a really solid to do list stuff. I'm going to do this at this time. This is this time this at that time and you have a couple breakout sessions in the day that allow you to Not only breathe and not kill yourself, but allow for whatever else is going on in the day to day to be taken care of, So you know, don't always check your emails. Every second schedule the time that you're just gonna check your emails. And then as your emails start to pile up, and you need to start giving support to your customers start.

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What's the Deadliest Spider in the World?

BrainStuff

02:11 min | 3 months ago

What's the Deadliest Spider in the World?

"What's the world's deadliest spider. Despite their reputation for being kinda creepy of the nearly forty thousand known species of spiders only a tiny fraction of them can inflict any significant pain or other harm in humans. in fact there's no holy accepted consensus on what. The world's deadliest spider is because by and large spiders. Aren't that much of a threat to our wellbeing. That said there are a handful of arachnids around the world that it would be in our best interests to avoid the overall morbidity rate of venomous spiders remains below ten percent but some of their poisons can induce tissue degeneration cell death nausea and other unpleasant side effects. Venomous spiders are quipped with poison. Gland that harbors the dangerous compounds. Those glands are connected to a set of fangs that spiders use to deliver venom into their victims. The fangs usually remain tucked inside the spider's jaws until it feels threatened when that happens it releases. Those fangs digging them into the victim's body and secreting the venom and not all spider bites are potentially wounding though many spiders will give dry bites without venom as a warning in the united states people worry most about the fangs the brown recluse and black widow spiders a bite from brown recluse can leave you with significant scarring. Tissue net grosses if left untreated. But odds are strongly in your favor of survival. You can identify brown recluses by the violin shaped marking on their abdomens statistically black widows with their red hourglass colin card pose more of a threat to humans before doctors discovered anti-venom for the widow family of spiders the mortality rate for bite victims was around five percent though. There isn't a definitive answer to what the world's deadliest spider is experts often place. The sydney funnel web spider at the top of the list. This arachnids species bears responsibility for the highest number of bites and fatalities among all spiders

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Celebrating La Paz, Bolivia

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:23 min | 3 months ago

Celebrating La Paz, Bolivia

"It's morning this is a son of la pass. Libya bolivia's unique. It has two capitals in la paz one of them. So it's a very busy city specially in the morning. Traffic lights are blinking red and green but a lot of drivers. Just ignore the lights. Et ignore the traffic signs. The intersections are packed. Meanwhile their mothers walking their kids to school lenders setting up tents along the curb and crowds of people under way to work for these pedestrians. The streets lupus are dangerous. But then in the chaos. There's zebra zebras holding up a bring paddle sign and one side of the paddle. At says body stopped in spanish and on the other side it says gaseous dink you disea- bre walks up to woman waiting to cross the street and tucks her paddle between their arm. Suddenly cars all stop disease protects. The woman's hand in safely guides across the street in la. Paz this is bruce job.

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Sweep Sweep and Away! A relaxing bedtime story for kids

Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Sweep Sweep and Away! A relaxing bedtime story for kids

"I hope you are tucked in nice and cozy okay. I think we're ready to begin our story. Let's be calm on our way island. our story today is sweep. Sweep and away skipper. The street sweeper was happy fellow. He just loved cleaning the streets of our island and keeping the island beautiful for everyone to enjoy and today was a very exciting day. It was the first of the month which meant he was going to sweep over by the school and the library as well as the post office and the grocery store there usually were very interesting things to see and sweep away when he was cleaning in town. It was bright and early morning when. Marta opened the overhead door to the garage. Where skipper was waiting. Marta was his driver and he thought she was such bond to work with while she was driving. Marta liked to listen to really happy. Cheerful and skipper loved the music to sometimes. Marta would just saying or Melody and she had such a pretty voice. Marta also would wave hello to everyone. They passed while cleaning the streets. All the friendly waves back made skipper field really appreciated ready to go buddy. Marta called as she patted skippers hood. Skipper was so excited. He wanted to shout. yes from the rooftops.

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What's Bicycle Touring Got to Do With Living Tiny?

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

01:45 min | 4 months ago

What's Bicycle Touring Got to Do With Living Tiny?

"Sarah birch. Welcome to the show. Hi ethan thanks so much for having me. There are so many things in your bio that like demand. Follow up questions. i love it. I love your bio. Bios on the show but i wanted to start because like it's tucked down at the bottom of your bio is is bicycle touring which is something that is is near and dear to my heart as well. But it's now something that you've been doing for the last like ten years and i was curious if you could just explain to our listeners. What what. He's bicycle touring bicycle. Touring is traveling on a bicycle and that can mean many things that can be an overnight trip. It can be a trip of multiple length multiple years for me. I people always talked about. Follow your passion. And i felt very mc the longest time i didn't feel like i had a passion. There was nothing that made my heart skip a beat until i went on my first bike tour. A friend and i loaded pioneers on our bicycles. And we had a very short tour to the san juan islands. It was just a one night trip. And i absolutely fell in love with bike touring and it became very clear to me at that time. That was my passion. That's what it feels like to have a passion. And so i came back home and learned everything. I could about bike touring and eventually decided to to lead bike tours and now i lead and design trips for others as well so it is definitely become a big part of my life.

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The Meaning in the Making: Why do we make things? Why do we make pictures?

Photography Daily

02:21 min | 4 months ago

The Meaning in the Making: Why do we make things? Why do we make pictures?

"I'm going to talk to sean. Tucker about being creative. And hopefully it's going to inspire you along the way to keep going with your own make shown tuck it. It's probably important to say. Because though i suspect most if not all the audience listening we'll know you show have heard of you will have come into contact with through through photography film warranty through this podcast though though no of your background with a church in your rocky relationship at times with it is this is the well i i said that correctly because it does feel about is is this book of manifestation of all that time. Learning to the sharing your philosophy from the pulpit. I mean it's not as if you haven't had your published but this is something of a step away from from sharing the shadows the places. You won't photographic isn't it. It definitely links strongly with old. I mean i i. I wrote a book. Ten years ago that wasn't published. It was just me self publishing putting it out about why. I left the church and why wasn't going back but what i felt about what i thought about it. Why did still think it could be a force for good in the world and that was good practice for what i've done with this book but i think that the difference between the two is when i wrote that book before Appetizer of talk about it very much. Because i wrote it for really specific audience. I was talking to people who inch too so they knew that language and i was talking in that language but they were frustrated. Thinking hang on this is about all the wrong stuff kind of confirming that. And i suppose in a way which is why chasten mike it. I was sneaking out the back door with it so in a way. I mean you could argue i. I wrote that first book for no because people in the church didn't want to hear that kind of stuff being critical of the church people outside the church couldn't care less so is it landed in the middle of nowhere being interested in but it was really important for me to write it almost as like catharsis because it actually came out of me going to the counselor at the time when my career chips fell apart and sitting with him for six months retelling the story of the ten years that i worked for the church and going through. What was mike foale. What was other people's fault. What was just because the has been of a messed up institution. What's just because life is complicated. And so separating. All that stuff out as i was doing that right seats myself. I realize this might be a good book.

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Taking the Lead in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

JuvoHub - Property Management Podcast

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Taking the Lead in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

"Give us an idea like so radka residential What was the program. What is the program diversity equity and inclusion social justice. What did you How did you get into that conversation. Give us some. Give us like the foundation of where how radcow put this together. Yeah i guess For starters I know we're introducing diversity equity and inclusion into approach by. I think for us. It's a it's a little different. It's a little unconventional right. Because coming from an hr background is typically textbook policies. Procedures boxes that you check that you did it and you know you can tuck it away and say did the right thing right and it for us. I think there was really this. Wakeup call after the death of george floyd where we are. Ceo had very personal conversation with someone on the leadership. Team It was the monday on our daily huddle. Right after the death of george floyd and you could see on her face that it was wing really heavy for her of what had had happened that weekend so he had approached her with the question of what can we do. You know how are you doing. And what what do you think we can do as an organization and as a team and she was very very open with him about what she was going through personally and also what the company could do a little bit differently to really start the conversation so many companies you guys might remember cut out a lot of communications around that time inter externally it was it was. It was definitely what was being done in frost. We felt like okay. If we're going to put words on paper it needs to be more than words.

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The FCCs Big Bet on Elon Musk

Reset

02:30 min | 4 months ago

The FCCs Big Bet on Elon Musk

"Tucked away in the snowy woods of the colorado rockies is a cabin called wolf lodge. The cabin is about eleven thousand feet above sea level. It overlooks the surrounding mountains. And yeah it's pretty off grid. Cell service is thirty miles away. The closest landline five miles away. No power lines. No water lines sure hiccup here and there are no roads boston. The cabin does have high speed internet. The internet comes from starling. A satellite service developed by spacex. The company founded by elon. Musk and the. Fcc has made a one billion dollar bet on starlink. Sterling has the potential to change our skies and how we connect online but there are a number of challenges to overcome. If it's going to succeed here to explain starlink recruits sarah morrison. Hey sarah eight thirty. So we've had satellite internet for awhile for for decades right. What makes starling different than what we had before. So startling promises that it's going to provide faster and better satellite internet for the things that the pandemic really showed us. We need streaming video virtual meetings for like school doctors. Basically anything where you don't want to be a lag. Traditional satellite which is geo satellite is a couple satellites really high earth orbit and they're in a geosynchronous orbit basically move at the same speed that the earth rotates so they're sort of always in a fixed position. There's a couple of them they can cover a lot of the surface of the earth but because they're so high up there is that lad they have a reputation of being slow and expensive So what sterling does is what's known as the elliott internet basically which is they put like thousands of satellites in lower earth orbit And then they have inter connected constellation which means the other much closer to the earth. There's less lag. And i mean starling ca saying it can be cheaper to the consumer than you know. It's of geo satellite rivals At least for now and in the hope is that the communities that just can't get trishul broadband there to wrote to realistically connect them to anytime soon. If ever they'll still have access to internet that you know is just as good and be able to do the things that they need

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Amazon's Echo Buds: Time to Replace Your AirPods?

Talking Tech

02:11 min | 4 months ago

Amazon's Echo Buds: Time to Replace Your AirPods?

"Have dominated the market for wireless earbuds but the tech giant seen some more competition from companies like samsung and amazon and speaking of amazon. They just released the second generation of its wireless earbuds called echo buds. I spent about a week or so trying these out just to get a feel forum. It was one of those things where i was skeptical at first because i have never been a fan of the earbuds. That have the rubber tips on the end. I don't know why in it's always why i've gravitated airpods but after trying these out for about a week or so. I really like them. And i think they're very comfy. And i think if you're looking for an alternative airpods so the first thing you'll do is you open them up. You'll have the alexa app. If you don't have it already on your smartphone and from there it it'll pair to your phone and then it has some simple settings that you can adjust if he wants to. There's an equaliser if you wanna just the sound You commute your microphone. There's also the option to adjust different. Touch options on the echo. Buds themselves Then there is this really cool part of it which is called an ear tip fit test and basically the way it works. Is you have four different eartips sizes they range from extra small to large you two different kinds of wings and basically those just kind of tuck into your ear to make sure they fit. Okay once you get it all set up. Do this eartips fit test. And then it'll play audio just to see how well they fit. You might see fair good or great and it tells you how well the echo buds fit in your ear It took me a couple of times to get it down but once you get it down. It works pretty well. I really like how they sound. They have active noise cancellation which is a feature that are on the airpods pro which are much more expensive You can also add. Pass through a pastor option that basically allows some ambient noise to filter in as. You're listening to music. Listen to a phone call. I mentioned some of the touch features on the echo buds. You can do stuff. Like tap wants to stop a song or tap twice to skip. You can also modify those so if you wanna tap in hold to do other things like turn up the volume or if you want to mute. You can do that as well. You could buy. The echo buds with a wire charging case for one thousand nine hundred ninety nine or you can get them wirelessly for one thirty nine ninety nine. I'm

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Shaping the Future of Health Fueled by Nurses with Mary Lou Ackerman

Outcomes Rocket

02:37 min | 4 months ago

Shaping the Future of Health Fueled by Nurses with Mary Lou Ackerman

"Mary lou. Thank you so much for joining us. Today i'll thank you for for having always excited to share nursing stories and talk about innovation in healthcare. Thank you yeah. And so before we dive into the work that you're doing and your view on nurse. Leadership tucked us a little bit about what inspires your work in healthcare. There's so many so many reasons you know. Of course helping people to live their lives. Underpins the inspiration or energy. I get from working in healthcare that with the numerous opportunities that a career in healthcare offers as a nurse. I've enjoyed every opportunity from my early days as a front line nurse working with individuals and their families into leadership positions working with staff ensuring that they have what they need to provide. The best care possible went into Focus on health. Informatics know understanding what we need to do and the impact it has on patient experiences and now using all of those experiences and knowledge in my current role in innovation design testing solutions at service models to really help reshape the future of health. It's really hard not to be inspired as a nurse. Not only with all those opportunities but the impact that you can make on how people live their best lives through any one of those opportunities at. It's really meaningful work mary lou. And you've done so many things from bedside to executive it's fantastic to see that you've done what you've done and so as you focus on the work that s he health is doing the work that you're doing there. How would you say the organization is adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Se health is well known. In canada's a leader in home and community also bringing excellence and innovation to seniors lifestyle family caregiving. Our mission is simply to bring hope and happiness and delivered to deliver holistic life care individuals for over a hundred years. We've been providing care in the place. People call their home you know. This could be their own hallmark senior living facilities in clinics in schools or even on the streets last year we impacted the lives of more than one hundred fifty thousand people who approximately seven million visits. This is a whole lot of opportunity to bring hope and happiness by inspiring these carry exchanges with individuals that are really meaningful and impactful in my raw had the privilege to work with nurses health system partners and technology companies who are looking for solutions to modernize the delivery of healthcare now it's with these partnerships that were able to design his service models enabled by the technology to augment clinical care and enhance those care experiences and ultimately changed the way individuals experience health.

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The Shocking Reality of Postpartum Muscle Separation

Keeping it Re.al

02:25 min | 4 months ago

The Shocking Reality of Postpartum Muscle Separation

"Wet delving into arguably plastic surgeries most misunderstood and misrepresented procedures the humble tummy tuck for those outside of the plastic surgery world tummy. Tucks are often used interchangeably with either suction or seen as a means to quick weight loss. This most likely a remnant from the early offsite geist where shows like nip talk and plastic surgery reality. Tv reign supreme but women. Who've had donna. Prostate will prove it's not a lighthearted cosmetic procedure in this week's episode. We'll give him rigo. Tina who gives an honest. A harrowing description of what life was like with severe muscle separation for four years and y trailer. Removed poos pot muscle separation from the n. b. s. But i joined by. Dr richard bloom to explain what exactly muscles separation and dominik plasticity Chore so attempt the medical term for tommy talkies in abdominal plastic. Their number of reasons why you might have an abdominal plassey. One would be white loss. The other nine mom would be after having children when you have children and also when you put on white. The skin is stretched up and you increase the amount of tissue intra abdominal so around all of your organs and when that happens it stretches out the muscle will so the abdominal wall is made up of two muscles in the in the middle which are the rectus abdominal muscles. So that's what keeps you. You'll see expected people talk about but then attaching into the sauna. Them us an awesome muscles together. Make up the abdominal wall. So when there is an increase in pressure in the intro donald space with that judah fat or pregnancy or other things that will get stretched up and people than the the tissue between the two central muscles gets stretched. And that's what people refer to as the muscle separation or the dive. Eric ation to use the more medical term and people focus on that but the laxity or or weakness in the abdominal wall. That's part of it. But it's also because those muscles that are inserting into the rectus ab- domino muscle. Are they not in the right place.

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The Ariel School Alien Sighting

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:05 min | 5 months ago

The Ariel School Alien Sighting

"Today's story is so bizarre and so hard to rationalize the only way to make sense of it is to go through it piece by piece from the very beginning it centers around the aerial school a private primary school in the small farming community of rua about twenty miles outside of zimbabwe's capital of harare. The students range from as young as five the way up to age twelve. I don't know what the school is like. Nowadays but back in nineteen ninety four. The kids would run around the playground every morning for their recess break. Friday september sixteenth was no exception. It's almost the weekend. The kids are excited as they're running around the playground. Meanwhile inside the building teachers convene for a staff meeting while they're gone. It's basically understood that the older children will keep an eye on the younger ones and not far from the playground is a ticshop which is basically like this little deli or canteen that serves students mothers rotate through managing. And the momma duty. This morning is allison kirkman. Now allison's minding the shop when shortly after ten a m. A student named luke runs in. And he's looking like he has seen an actual ghost. He has this sort of wide eyed stunned expression on his face. Ben luke tells. Allison he's just seen a literal alien outside now. Alison here's this and brushes it off. I mean she basically tells loop scherf very funny. Quit pulling my leg. But luke keeps insisting that he saw quote a little man in a one piece suit with a band around his head end quote ultimately alison isn't convinced enough to leave the tuck shop investigate even though her own daughter. Fi fi is out on the playground to in fact fi fi and her friends or just as stunned as lucas. Apparently the students were out running around when they noticed this thing hovering in the distance beyond the edge of the playground.

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AnnaLynne McCord Reveals Dissociative Identity Disorder Diagnosis

Jason and Alexis

01:02 min | 5 months ago

AnnaLynne McCord Reveals Dissociative Identity Disorder Diagnosis

"About some news from actress Anna Lindh. McCord. This is making some pretty big headlines. Today. She is saying that she has a disassociative identity disorder that she was diagnosed with this And she's opening up about it. This identity disorder by the way, previously known as multiple personality disorder, If you've heard it referred to is that you can know that the terminology has changed. It is now called disassociative identity disorder. And, um, you know, she's been in all sorts of things, um, 902 and no nip Tuck. She says Now. Yeah, that's right. Off course. Are you serious? I'm serious. She was in the re boot She played Yes. Everything coming back tonight. She wasn't the reboot. She was played Christopher Ewing's girlfriend, Jessie Metcalf's girlfriend. What is your name again? I'm sorry. Anna Lindh. McCord. Okay? Yeah. Anna Lindh.

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China Detains Delivery Worker Who Tried To Improve Working Conditions

Morning Edition

01:58 min | 5 months ago

China Detains Delivery Worker Who Tried To Improve Working Conditions

"Of 2020. As the year of the delivery worker. Delivery workers helped millions of Americans stay safer during the pandemic, and in China, they fed hundreds of millions of people who were in quarantine. One delivery worker in China tried to improve working conditions, and now he's in detention as NPR's Beijing correspondent Emily Fang reports China has three million delivery workers, and they are everywhere. Outside every apartment complex, an office building. You see them with their bright windproof jackets and scooters. She was young or Mongol, as he is popularly known, was one of them. He worked all sorts of jobs and Beijing food delivery, package delivery and wholesale logistics. But he also made short videos about life as a delivery worker. He put them on throwing the Chinese version of Tic Tac woman. Sure they will make what the teacher he says, is this video delivery workers are people, not robots, but delivery platforms treat us like hogs in the machine, so he tried to organize delivery workers, one of China's fastest growing groups of gig workers here. He is in the podcast interview last September, about how he was detained for a month for trying to set up a strike. Failure only about Italian here he says they could do everything to arrest you fix you with a criminal charge. Sentenced to two years in prison and you change nothing. So do other delivery workers still dare to complain? Well, I dare And then, as big annual political meetings kicked off in Beijing this February, he simply disappeared. Nobody saw you should heart. So NPR went looking for answers. That search took us to remote beat CIA Prefecture and China Southwest infamous for being one of the poorest places in the country. They're in a village tucked amid lush green mountains. We found Mum Drew's father, Jin won Pa. In a small concrete house amid fields of corn. The elder Chen visibly tears up when we asked him about his son.

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"tuck" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

03:25 min | 6 months ago

"tuck" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

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"tuck" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"tuck" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"This is the thing i can't ask for. Excuse the only one. I can agree with in this one because i don't think she'll ever make fun of me. The other guys will. What do you think. I think you should start talking. Okay talking it out. I don't wanna say it makes you look too big that it does make a bigger than they are. Because you've lost a lot of weight you should show it off. Usually people wearing like me to hide the belly. They've been growing. Have you ever ride spike. You ever try those the shirts that untuckit a quarter note. I hear the ads all the time. But i think it was. You the told me that they weren't that stylish. Damn they looked horrible. I of the challenge of being short. You can't wear as much untucked because shirts are sold too long. They're sold for top. Yeah so it looks. Like i'm wearing address so i have to either get stuff altered or just can't wear it. Yeah with the with the tails out all right. Well thank you so much for the call. Appreciate it the bigger question. I'm wondering why you're eating out of a plastic onion so we didn't have any more Pieces of tupperware at home. So i could bring blueberries in the work with me. I'm trying to bring blueberries and because somebody told me that. If i eat blueberries every day i won't get Dementia new study out. What else in there like cherry suede or something these. No these are try one there. These are like a special like a yellow like a yellow barrier. something sweet. They're kind of tart awful. That's not a fruit. It's a lie why i love it. Sweet good tart. It's kinda got a little hartfield to to sour shoes. You're wearing things you nothing. I'm just laughing because he starts changing and he got mad and then he just wanted an intern to agree with them as well. Now barry didn't agree with me on that. So yeah but when she said the same thing i said like i trust her. She's a makeup style. And i said the exact same opinion she said. And you're like die. He's trying to. Why are they making fun of me. You always living the message. It has nothing to do with you. Actually wanting an opinion on your alpha shannon shannon met did you meet the person that was engaged. Four times four times now..

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"tuck" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

03:41 min | 6 months ago

"tuck" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Talking we're not talking to my to my jeans this shirt let me see. What shoes are you wearing shoes. You're wearing a plaid colored button-down shirt got a big client call today and i want to make sure that i looked good because these people are coming in and they might advertise on all three of our radio stations on okay. Don't felton belt. Yes so so. Here's here it is untucked. That's kind of weird here joe. He's taking pictures so all right so here is on top for Over my shoes feel.

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"tuck" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

LGBTQ&A

04:05 min | 11 months ago

"tuck" Discussed on LGBTQ&A

"I remember when i first started transitioning or thinking about transitioning and i was so laser focused thinking about gender all the time and the thing that was the most freeing to me was to be like. Oh actually i'm never going to think about it. And i don't care because it's not real and no matter how hard i think about it. It's not like a math equation. Where someday. I'm going to get the right answer. It's just fake. And so now i talk to people all the time who are baby is or who think they might be trans and they're like what is gender like how do i know if i'm trains or if i just wanna be trans and maybe i'm not buying area. Maybe i'm this or maybe that and i'm like honestly the key is to never try to figure out what gender is because there is no right answer and yet my whole podcast is the premise is to try to figure out what gender is so. I don't know what i'm doing. Oh that's kind of amazing that you decided that you never want to think about gender in now professionally old that you talk about totally think that i had to let go a little bit in order to do it professionally because it yeah you think too much into hard trying to get this one right answer of gender it really does consume you but once you let go. It's a lot easier to have a bunch of conversations with a bunch of different people about what they think. Gender is without trying to find the one correct answer. I love you freeze out about not. They're not being one answer. Because i think that when it comes to gender and sexuality we think that my experience is the only experience and everyone else has exact. Same one increasingly. It's oh every single individual as a completely different one totally that's the thing about gender. It's that sort of high thought of like what if you're blue is my green and your red is my blue right thapa with gender. It's like what if your boy is in my boy. And what if your girls at my girl and ultimately it does not matter and it shouldn't matter at something that i think some people get stuck on their blue to be my blue and they want their boy to be my boy and it doesn't have to be. There's no reason that it has to be that way it just a minute ago. You mentioned early in your transition. I think that when we talk about transitioning most commonly discussed it has a binary thing as a non binary person like. Do you use that language in. Consider yourself as having transitioned. Oh yeah for sure. I mean i think of all of my transition is different. So when i teach workshops about gender. I talk about three different types of transitions. I talk about social transitioning legal transitioning and medical or physical transitioning. All of those things can take time and none of those things that are binary of simply. I hadn't transitioned in. Then i did transition they're all these long processes but typically the first thing that happens and certainly the first thing that happened with me was a social transition so i started by just telling a few of my friends. Hey i'm thinking about maybe using them pronouns. Could you try those out for me. And then expanding that out more and more people and more and more people. And then i started saying. Hey you know. I am not a woman. Please don't refer to me as one and that was all my social transition and it actually took years for me to do another part of a social transition which was to change my name obviously not nonbinary people and not all trans people change their name but that would also be part of a social transition so you could say my social transition took you know at least four years legally changed the marker on my driver's license and the my birth certificate but i didn't change my name or gender on other documents so my legal transition is still in progress medically. It took me like four years to go into saas girona and not is still a journey. And so you could say. My medical journey is still in process. So i certainly am always transitioning <hes>. There are also obviously nonbinary. People who don't use to medically transition or don't choose to legally transition. They may still feel like they have transitioned in some way. Just because they transitioned how they thought about themselves or how other people thought about them or if they don't wanna use that language that's also fine. I've never heard anyone break it down like that. The social medical and legal transitions. And i think it's kind of like blind because ordinarily we say transition and like the first thing you think about as a male to female or female to male and like we don't want to continue the conversations like when you break it down those three things that does really encompass the entire trans experience of nonbinary people as well.

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"tuck" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

03:52 min | 11 months ago

"tuck" Discussed on The Authority Project

"You know some of the things are hard to replicate right the guy in the skateboard with the ocean spray hard. A little bit serendipity at, but the vibe is there right the vibe, the casual vibe the thing that like everything is falling around us right. But there's still like people that are positive. Optimistic. That's really the spirit of the platform. So keeping that native to your videos is key and then thinking about what do i WanNa do what don't want achieve really focusing on that and then developing into it, you'll start to build a cadence research learn the platform more intellectually help you evolve as you get better. Have some. Awesome. Took amazing stuff man you kill the opposite. Traveling requests great stuff man great stuff for those who will be. Washington's later are listening on on the show show them first of all, where to go again, free attended challenge in. They can they can connect with you further? Yeah. Absolutely. Fallen TIKTOK DOT COM for that ten to challenge Tuck Ross Dot com for anything else or if you have a question or one, hit me up I'm also at Tuck Ross on any platform facebook instagram twitter talk right Meka ridiculous Brian I'm GonNa. See you on there soon. Right you'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA be trying your video. Stuff? I'm. NEPHEWS I. Preface that by saying this though this first time ever. I I'm able to say this tuck trust wash this guy already. Somebody has taken my name on Tiktok. And they put a video on there that had from from instagram on there like why can I give my God i never got never never have had this problem before so they have Brian our notes. So people who are in this. So looking at that that. That is not me. Not Me all right now. If I were TIKTOK GO I. Ask Him to to recover your account. I mean that's pretty standard from brand recovery side and you can prove you've got your handles everywhere else in that. You should have this too and they actually post your video on it, which is even more declared events you should be. On off on that. Yes, I, check it out maybe another reason they get on the quickly. So if you have a name, make sure that you least dude that I guess. Best Practices just roadblock your name everywhere right. So I was a little bit late with that anyway but incredible stuff. again, people if you are looking for more information about a building dirty platform, please go to the authority letter dot Com get on.

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"tuck" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"tuck" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Steven Greenberg. It's nip Tuck Saturday on W A B C and would take your calls right here live And if we don't get Teo don't be discouraged. Just make an appointment. One of the doctors or myself will see you here. A Greenberg cosmetic surgery in any of the offices. You have a lot of choices these days whether Pittman hand weren't 72nd and Park Woodberry on Long Island, Smith down Long Island, the Hamptons or even Boca. 2123194999. If you want to make that appointment or just give us a call, We'll take your calls. All right, let's go to the phone lines. Who we on with Hae many Miss Michelle. I'm 35 calling from Mineola, New York, right, Michelle? So is this the first time a cell you because you're really good You gave all the information is the first time you listen to nip Taco. You listen before it is not I listen all the time. All right, Awesome. We're here. Everything If you haven't heard us before. We're here every Saturday at noon. And you could get us on either online or 7 70 am on WNBC. So what question do you have for us? So I'm 35. I'm done Having Children. You know, Throughout that process, I've gained a lot of weight. I currently lost a significant amount of weight. I'm looking to do a mommy makeover. Everything started to hang. Okay, So, Sarah, one of you explain to Michelle exactly, Mr. Awesome question. Thank you. So much for tuning in to nip Tuck. Sadik. Sarah, What do you talk a little bit about the mommy makeover. So, Michelle, If I have to guess the things that are quote unquote hanging probably your breasts because you've had you said you're done having Children. So you've had babies on and probably your belly, the skin on your belly. Those air the two most common things that women complain about, because they gain weight. They gain breast tissue there their breast size changes with hormones with breastfeeding, and then it starts to deflate afterwards. So a lot of times will combine breast implants with the breast uplift. You don't have to have an implant. If you don't want to. Sometimes we just left the breast up. We can even reduce them if you want us. Well, if we have a lot of breast tissue that sagging on DH, then tummy tuck I would say is most common as well. And that that requires us making a very low incision. We tighten the skin. Tighten up the muscles pull everything down, So you're nice and flat. When you have those babies, they stretch out your belly muscles. So Dr Greenberg and Dr Stark and tighten all those up and make you look great, um, pretty simple Procedure. Same day procedure. Everything's done in her office takes a few hours to do and you get to go home the same day. Dr Stark. You do a lot of mommy makeovers here. Greenberg Cosmetic surgery as well. Isn't it a rewarding procedure when you can redo the whole body all one time? Beyond rewarding, you know, Ah, lot of women who come in. They had their Children, and they kind of want to bring themselves back to how they used to feel or how they want to feel a lot of women when they lift their breasts up, you know, they feel younger and perkier and rejuvenated and the tummy tuck is, you know, we tighten your muscles. We pull the skin nice and tight, and you can wear that dress that you want to you can wear those form fitting clothes. And to be honest, a lot of women After they have the procedure. They feel more energized to exercise or to get out of the house and do more things because they feel good about themselves. Davey. We helped rebuild confidence for women, and we kind of get you back to where you used to be. All right. Awesome. Now part of the mommy makeover when we came up with here, A Greenberg cosmetic surgery is called the Modern mommy makeover. This is Dr Stephen Greenberg's and Nip Tuck sat here on W A. B C and the Modern mommy makeover combines vaginal rejuvenation and usually labia plastic. Sarah, You are the vaginal princess here. On Dr Stark is the vaginal queen. We have a new vaginal queen. Here. I'm having my princess. You could take the grounds and talk a little bit about the vaginal rejuvenation. What the mommy modern makeover. We incorporate some women's health in that as well, and a lot of moms complain that afterwards they have urinary incontinence, or they have some laxity down there. It doesn't mean you had to have had a vaginal birth, even C sections can cause urinary incontinence to S O. We have a non invasive, completely painless laser that we use on the inside to help stimulate collagen on DH. Tighten up that muscle on it strengthens everything. It improves laxity. It improves lubrication, and it helps the dryness. And it helps with that urinary incontinence as well. That's a big thing. Let's get back to emphasize because your intern Khan is a super calm after having kids. On DH. That's one of the things that your laser corrects pretty simply, You know, While you're sitting watching television, it takes 30 minutes to dio. You can sit and talk to me while I do it. It's completely painless doesn't hurt. There's no downtime with it. There's no risks to it on dit works. I have not had a single patient who has been unhappy with it, so I really believe in this and I love talking about it, so I'll keep the crown Dr Stark, by the way, Um Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel. Just had another kid, right? I love them. Yes, they did. Okay, so they're both off the market because I think they're with each other and very common After you know, having your second child like Jessica Biel had you may not bounce back. Quite a simply what is easily unless you're Christie Brinkley. She's the only one that can call Jessica up and see if she needs some help. We'll have her come in. So what happens is a lot of women come in. It doesn't have to be After the second could. It could be after the first, a third of whatever it is We do the mommy makeover. We fix up the belly. We pulled the breast and we'll talk a little bit about breast coming up in a few minutes. So I think that that modern mommy makeover you guys were talking about what you do. The vaginal rejuvenation with the whole rest of the body is actually awesome. And a lot of people have done that. We're going to take a couple of questions right here on Nip Tuck sanity to 123194999. And then I'm going to tell you something that you're not going to believe guys. Sarah and Dr Stark that can you imagine there's certain types of water that is breaking your hair..

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"tuck" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"tuck" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"With aging, of course, But in between people who are hurt in car crashes or people who have breast cancer and need reconstruction. We deal with all of that. The other knee thing about plastic surgeons is that we tend to be everywhere from the e R always to the I C U And I think that's made a difference when people were looking for help during Cove ID, and then finally, the thing that I love. Is a multidisciplinary portion of what we do, which is we overlap so many specialties and get to interact with so many different specialties cause they often call us if they need help. Yes. Yeah, That's absolutely what attracted me as well. So one of the questions, Dr Jeffers, and we're here with Dr Jefferson, the president of our society, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. She's coming in from California right now, where she practices both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery on we're happy to have you here, right here on Nip Tuck. And by the way, a number if you want to reach us to 123194999 One of the questions that I get all the time and have gotten over the last 30 years about being on the radio is why plastic surgery? Why is it called plastic surgery on me? And I address it, You know, on a daily basis, But why don't you give us you know they Greek, you know, terminology. Well for me, Plastic, you know, has to do the form and function right. So we're trying to either make normal functions better. Our normal format better write something that that exists this formal. That's better where we're trying to hold something that isn't quite normal to be as normal as possible. And that's really the basis of why it's called plastic surgery. Not as people think of plastic is in other aspects of plastic. Right. So, yeah, and when people think when you say plastic surgery, actually Using plastic, and that's not actually what term analogy if it comes from plastic Coast, which is a Greek terminology to moulder, the shape and many, many years ago when they came out with the field of plastic surgery as Dr Jefferson to mould to shape to change s O. That Greek kind of stuck with stuck with us throughout the year stuck with us throughout the years, and that's where plastic surgery came from, So we're not putting plastic in people. Ah, but we're actually molding and shaping them. Absolutely. Well, Thank you so much for coming on Nip Tuck. We appreciate we're here with Dr Jeffers. If you have questions to 123194999 Dr Jeffers. I appreciate you coming on. You have a busy schedule. I'm sure not only operating but running our society when we appreciate that as well, and we're happy that the members of our society, the Americans say of plastic surgeons, really a bouncing back. We're seeing tons of patients, and the demand is off the charts. Not only here at Greenberg cosmetic surgery Around the country as well. And we're happy to treat the patients in both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery and one of the things Dr Jefferson. I always encourage both on my radio and television shows is that Teo patients seeking out a plastic surgeon around the country should goto a board certified plastic surgeon and go to a plastic surgeon who is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery, as well as I think that the credentials are far superior in most cases, right? Absolutely. And you want to look for that? Somebody who has certified by the American board of Plastic surgery there many different boards out there. You need to make sure you choose the right one. And your best friend is if you go to a member of the American Society of Plastic surgeons there already certified by the American border plastic surgeons. There are many different ones out there. But this is the correct one that won't be looking for. Yeah, And it makes a huge difference. Dr. Jeffers, thank you for coming on to nip Tuck. I really appreciate it. We'll be right back in just a minute on Nip Tuck. This is Dr Steven Greenberg to 123194999 or Greenberg cosmetic surgery dot com. This's board certified plastic surgeon, Dr Steven Greenberg. I know this has been a challenging time for everyone. And I want you two guys to know that.

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"tuck" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"tuck" Discussed on Just Between Us

"Is Journalists Tuck Woodstock? Who's been covering the protests in Portland? Hello, Tuck I think so much having me. I'm so excited to be here. Of course so okay, so you're an independent reporter. Can you talk about what you've been doing? In terms of covering the protests like you've been posting to twitter and stuff can use explain like how that works if you don't have like an outlet. Absolutely, so I started doing out just over the protest within the first week, and I actually started because I have friends that the Portland Mercury which is like a third of left, leaning all weekly here in Portland, and they were working fulltime all day, and then going to like live tweet the protests at night, and they had been doing that for several days and I. I just wanted them to get to sleep someday and so I asked him I could fill in for them. I started doing that. A few times in the mercury was paying me a little bit to do that. And then the mercury by the way shout out to donating to the Portland Mercury, but they just like had run out of funds and they're like we can't. Pay You to go out every night. And so I just started going as an independent journalists, which means that I would go out and life every night, and then I would say by the way here's my cash. Here's My van, Mo, if you WANNA buy me Taco Bell that would be cool, and that's what I was doing for..

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"tuck" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"tuck" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"Know. Vomit okay you go. Did I ain't nobody Wanted to talk. To. To me before but. Post. Operative nausea vomiting right usually can be preventable. It happens in our practice to you can prevent it my doing what we do is called a scopolamine patch. We give you some steroids during surgery we do ivy. So Fran, which is an IV anti nausea medicine. The other thing we do is when you do the surgery, there are many drugs you can use the older less expensive drugs are often used in many parts of the world and actually went to Columbia to do training. A lot of patients were Ladan and really wanted to understand more and learn more and we're also going to go within the source rights done surgeries in Columbia. In. What I saw, there was not all the doctors I worked with many doctors there. But some of the places I'm not GonNa name anybody the US very old outdated drugs that are very cheap but people throw up like nobody's business who it makes him very nauseous. When we do surgery here, it does cost more in. In people are right about that. In one of the reasons for that is we only use the newest and safest drugs that decrease the rate of nausea because when you have vomiting nausea after surgery after a Tummy Tuck, you can rip the internal muscle repair. You rip the deep stitches and I bet some of that happened that's why you're left side spread open. Yeah. And and I need them appeal Yeah. Yeah. So I didn't I don't remember anything after the surgery. Whoever put on my car or they have you call that BECA garment who? So we do that in the actually there's a while while you're half awake. Okay. Highs. It's not. It's not that comfortable while you're SESIA, we try to get it get it. So you're not feeling it. I might have maybe half woken up for two seconds stand or like I thought it was asleep..

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"tuck" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"tuck" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"Didn't really explain to me like I explained to him like Hey. A Baby I used to work out a lot. Never have a ever had a A six pack I mean is there is just said, my body's not made then that's fine. I'm strong I promise you. I can I? Can you maybe I don't know. Later. But I I. Just I just wanted to be able to nod tough is extra skin. You know. So explain that to human like Hey I am healthy like I had a baby. Just have these extra skin. So I think this is a thing that I remember telling him. I think he's a tummy tuck you know and he said Yeah Yeah that's that's what he does what he needs. So he measure me and all that in you know like the the regular don't eat blah blah don't before the surgery all that stuff you know SUMED right. I'm telling you that this is what I want. You're telling me that the procedures have awesome. When he said Tummy tack I figured he's GonNa. Hopefully loosen the skin. So he could pull this game and make that extra skin go away. That makes sense to me. was there. You had to sign or stuff. Okay all. Yeah. I, read it and You know he just said they're like tummy tack you know like so. Yeah I mean that part of it was I trust him because I had been on his table before. Yeah now. How did the surgery? Okay, this is good. Was The Sunday were been woman to see where plane I remember these clearly. In. Because World Cup work. In I remember these because as I was getting ready. I kept on saying like I'm going to see doctor because right before surgery right like they can mean on the day mark you and all that stuff, and then you look like crusher map. and. Great. And I remember the nurse saying Oh. He's. He's a little busy right now but he's coming. Okay no problem. Not. So the they marked you're the nurse marked. You know they had in mind yet. But when I got to or write. The doctor coming. In he said Oh we're going to. Lead. Tummy tack and I'm like Oh. Yeah. He knows what he's doing. We hadn't marked you when you until you got no. He mark me know are in the war you're yeah and I remember piddle embassy were playing because. He kept saying like, oh. Have you have you been watching the game and you might hit him like way I thought you were BC Huck I'm you're watching the game?.

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"tuck" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"tuck" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"Low your options are delay or do very conservative do less surgery leave extra skin Lee fat behind because you don't jeopardize the patient waking up from anesthesia does that make sense? Yeah. Even if they gave you iron, it wasn't blood they gave you. Gave you a different story? But if they gave you iron. Doesn't that doesn't do much and you know what's funny thing not so funny again, this is like a red flag, okay I deep the iron. Yeah, and then they took my blood again than say. I know you're telling me that. Of course, it would affect it but not to the level where you need it. him. In. Hold them behold of course is still low it was the same Sieber rain and they told you it was still low. Yeah. So I had another one another another art infusion yes. So I had like three of those. And then at the end of the Third Wunderlich all finally, you're good. So we're going to have surgery now two days from now. And I fear Hey Dr Steele that he's just happening. I. Guess He's fine. So fine. Yeah. So That was my might pre up and what's what did you tell you the provider? What was he gonNa do for your guys go over what it was. as much as he could ask, just he he could tell me I guess he was that they. These are all red flags after. If you're seeing this because when you're in it, you don't see if. This is how it goes patients when they're in the process or having something done the usually wanted done so bad they will overlook everything I've seen it a million times with my patients I sometimes tell him stop surgeries not the answer today maybe down the road in what you did is very normal. You did nothing wrong because people are in that mindset I, want to get this done I wanna look better I wanNA feel better. Victoria, when I do surgery people often ask me hey doc. You changing our look and I told him yes. But I'm doing something more and they're like, what is that? I'm not really changing how we look I'm doing that. But that's not the real thing that we're really doing what we're really doing is changing how you feel. How you look we'll get there but the real thing people come to me for is a change in how they feel. And the physical changes a part of it absolutely. But when you really think about it, that's what makes people sometimes overlook the little things when we're going through procedures and try to get it and you know you were seeing all these things but you were just telling you saw Kellyanne yourself hey, that's what it is. That's what it is. It's going to be fine. The Light Bowen. Great. Why not? Exactly yeah. So did he tell you that provider if he's going to do just talk if he's GonNa do lightbulb or the goal was leading Tummy Tuck. They go US Tummy. Tack. Do you mind sharing what does Hamas your cost you don't have to. Say Yeah I. Want to say he was maybe three thousand dollars something like that. Yes I think it was through tacit louder interviewed people a reference Tummy me in the US depending on where you go very low end. You know Miami high-volume place might do it around eight thousand up to. Twenty five, thousand range you'll see oh? Yeah. Another thing is that when I met with the provider again, right on..

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"tuck" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"tuck" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A nip tuck Saturday here would Sarah my head PA, so Sarah so much stuff going on this time of year because people really want to get their face back. They want to get their body back. And you kind of abuse yourself in the around the holiday time a lot of New Year's resolutions or to look better and feel better for the new year. Yeah. This is a great time to focus on your skin to because you're not in the sun is March. You're not getting on that sun damage the wrinkles. So it's good to do. Lasers. And and see the dermatologist and get body checks and all that good stuff. That's a really good point because here Greenberg. Cosmetic surgery. We're not only plastic surgeons, but we have a complete dermatology division. Where are dumber towel just do body checks and moles and acne and psoriasis and all those dermatological things as well. In our offices to one two three one nine four nine nine nine. If you wanna either make an appointment or we'll take your calls right here on the air. All right. We're gonna go. Go to the phone lines. I take our next call who we all with. Hi, my name is Kierra hichiara. Our you good. How you are. Right. How old are you? And where you're from. I am twenty three and I'm from Rosalyn. Okay. Perfect. And what question do you have your own doctor Greenberg as well as Sarah, my PA? So my question is well, all my life. I've never had lips. And I guess I'm ready to go forward and get fillers. I have two questions. So how often do you get fillers? And my second question is what type of filler do you guys use, Sarah? Why don't you take this one? Sure, we love doing lips. Here. We do a lot of fillers here. Doctor Dr Greenberg and myself a lot of younger girls are coming in even eighteen nineteen year olds and they see you know, Instagram, and they're seeing all these women got their lips dining Kylie Jenner and whatnot. And they come in with pictures of how they want their lips to look everyone has different anatomy in different shape lips. And we'll try and get we'll try and match. Exactly what you want a lot of times we use juvenile. We'll use wrestle and those are two of the most popular products that we use for the lips. And we'll customize it based on the look that you're going for. And you're not me again. You're telling me that you have very thin lips. And or maybe a very petite mouth a lot of times. I tell patients will have to build up your lips and stages. We're not going to inject you with three syringes at wants to give you the Kylie Jenner lips. We'll have to give you one syringe. And then we'll have you come back in maybe two months, three months, and we'll do another syringe and so forth until we get your desired result. It's hard to give you really big lips are lips three or four times the size going from really small too big. And sometimes it's not always safe for you. So we'll do what safe we'll start with one. And then we'll build up, and we promise we'll get you to that that desire, resolve our. Yeah. And so about that natural. Look we want to have those lips that look natural. We do fillers all over the face. And the the lips are just one area. That cheeks chin the nose we add any area, the laugh lines, those are great areas fillers, and we often will combine fillers with other things like lasers to tighten things up or other assets. Mix of the face to make you look better so lips. Absolutely. I think that's an amazing idea. And it's all about natural. Yeah. And a lot of times will recommend a few syringes for patients so patients come in. And they tell us their complaints. Tell us what bothers them, and we'll have a pretty long conversation about it. We may recommend four sometimes five sometimes even six inches and to a lot of patients who are new to injections that sounds like a lot. And they say, I don't wanna look overfilled. I don't wanna look puffy. I don't wanna look look I have a bigger face and even using five syringes, you won't look that way you'll look natural. And it's you know, we'll put it in the place and in the areas that will make you look good. And and you know, sometimes four or five syringes is necessary. And we'll give you the best result. We often will combine the injections like juvenile wrestling or whatever we're using along with what we were talking about earlier Pierre apiece era to rejuvenate the skin. Yeah, we do a ton up here to this to the face. I talked about doing it in the scalp earlier for hair growth, but I actually do a lot of it in the. Face. Injecting it underneath the skin to improve collagen. So you lose one to two percent of college collagen every year after your your late twenties, and the PRP helps to stimulate collagen growth underneath the skin and it helps to.

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"tuck" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"tuck" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Ended is a nip tuck Saturday right here on WABC. I'm here with my physician assistant to head of all physicians. Assistant Sarah good afternoon. Sarah. Hi, everyone. We have a lot to cover Sarah, first of all this a lot in the media now after the new year, how we're going to take those pounds off how you're going to get that body back, and we're going to talk a little bit about that as well. Because this is kind of the time, you know, you you kind of put patients a patient's kind of put weight on during the new year during Christmas. And now we kind of take those pounds off. You know, I read a study recently that if you don't take about five to eight pounds off the year. That's the amount you're gonna gain you naturally will gain five to eight pounds a year throughout your lifetime. If you don't knock those pounds off certain times of the year, and this is the time right after the new year new new year, new you, right? Yeah. Coming in. So we have to talk a little bit about that. How to take those pounds off how to get those inches off as well. We have tons of ways to do that here at Greenberg cosmetic surgery, by the way. We are taking your calls to one two three one nine four nine nine nine to one two three one nine four nine nine nine. We're gonna take your calls if we don't get to you right here on the air. Just come on down for a complimentary consultation. You can reach someone through that office number or you can go to Greenberg cosmetic, surgery dot com. So sarah. What do you think that one of the most common New Year's resolutions says let me guess lose weight? I think that's probably the biggest one right pound. It is is lose weight go to the gym. I know those are certainly related, and we see patients all the time at Greenberg cosmetic surgery that just can't get rid of those final inches. Yeah. A lot of patients come in. And they say, you know, I go to the gym all the time. I'm working out. I'm trying to eat healthy. But I just can't lose the weight. There are a lot of stubborn areas. That are difficult to completely flat narrow or a completely tone. So sometimes I'm not going to say you need surgery to get rid of it. But sometimes I mean, it's really the best option. You know, the weight weight loss is really difficult. And if you really stick with one of the diet now, it doesn't have to be one of these crazy crazy diets, and we've talked a lot about the Kito die in the past. And does it work in the low carb diet? I think you do what works for you. And I think everybody is a little bit different. And certainly cutting calories. I think is important and cutting carbohydrates, especially the white flour carbohydrates are very important to cut out because that takes away the weight from the inside around the intestines that normally we can't get rid of. This is something that a lot of patients don't really understand. And we have to do a lot of educating as well. So it's the fat. That's on the inside that unfortunately, we can't get rid of. And that's that's basically on the patient. So again, it's after Greenberg said eating well exercising here, and there or as much as you can I know life gets in the way he's doing a little bit every day or a few times a week really helps and that helps with the fat. That's on the inside. We can take care of the fat on the outside and slim you down and take inches off. But it's the fact that some inside that's also the fact that increases risk factors cardiovascular risk factors, and and you know, heart and clogging, your blood vessels and all that. So getting rid of that helps on the inside we can help with the outside stuff yet. Don't tell you. The story is there's a couple of healthy habits are going to help me for the new year. And I think that everyone should keep in mind. And one of the most important ones is to drink tons of water. I tell our patients drink about eight to ten glasses of water a day. It's going to help your skin. It's going to help you lose weight. And it's going to help you feel better coupla things. Cut back on the. Bad sugars that's really super important and really try to do exercise. But we talk a lot about here exercise on nip tuck Saturday right here or WABC about how to exercise people who think it's a big commitment. They have two hours a day. They never do it. So what you have to do is a little bits of the time. You do ten or twenty minutes a day. That's fine. If you do it several days a week that will help you take the pounds off and get into better shape. And you say it all the time even just making better decisions. Taking stairs rather than the elevator walking to work parking farther away. Maybe taking those few extra steps just to get to your office. It makes a difference over time. It sure does and just a little bit of exercise a day is going to help you cut down on the weight gain as well. So when patients come to us, Sarah, we agree burkhas overseas. See tons of patients who want to take inches off. And there's a difference. Everyone always asks us. What's the? Difference between liposuction and tummy tuck. So tell us the difference. So yes. A lot of times we have to explain to patients, you know, what kind of expectations what kind of results they want with liposuction very little downtime, very little incisions, and we can take inches off whatever areas by the most. So a lot of patients complain of their belly their love handles, which are the flanks their inner and outer thighs their arms their neck, even a lot of patients have the Turkey neck. Look, they wanna get rid of fat there, and we can take inches off with mypillow suction a few incisions very little downtime, but it doesn't target the muscles with a tummy tuck. This is especially for women who've had children their muscles get stretched out and a tummy tuck. We actually tighten your muscles on the inside. And then we flatten flatten out your skin. Basically, we tighten your skin pulled down all that skin. So it's nice and tall. We give you nice sculpted body. And that's the difference with the tummy tuck liposuction. Yeah. Okay. So here's the difference. This last just summarize that tummy tuck skin. And tighten muscles. Liposuction suck the fat away. Get great waste great thighs would liposuction. But if someone has all that extra skin, we're not getting rid of it with liposuction and a few minutes, we're going to go to the phone lines, by the way to one two three one nine four nine nine nine to one zero three one nine four nine nine nine. And we're taking your calls of redo not get you here on the air come on down for a complimentary consultation with left to see the difference liposuction and tummy tucks come up all the time, by the way. Did you see Mariah Carey recently in her swimsuit, Sarah? No, I haven't seen her. But I love her. Okay. So anyway, if you look at a close up picture of her she a hundred percent has had a tummy tuck, and you can see the scar. She's wearing this little tiny bathing. She looks great. She she does look great. I think our tummy tuck looks great. But after the kids she needed that in order to get rid of that skin and fat. Yeah. We have a lot of women coming in. And it's hard to get rid of the skin. And then the. Muscles. Your muscles get really loose after after pregnancy. Unfortunately. So we flatten them out we fix a lot of women get hernias and their with their belly buttons. So we text those as well at the same time as a tummy tuck awesome. Talks are great women. Love their results. After tom. We do so many of them here are Greenberg. Cosmetic surgery you want to reach us one two three one nine four nine nine nine. This is nip tuck Saturday and his Dr Steven Greenberg along with my head PA, Sarah. All right. So let's go to our phone lines to one two three one nine four nine nine nine is he was calling on your on nip tuck, sadly with Dr Steven Greenberg. I'm so excited. Thanks so much for taking my call my name happy new year. Thank you happy and healthy new year. I'm trying to actually be my best self this year too. Big year for me, I'm going to be turning fifty. And I'm wondering what I can do about the loose skin. My jowls my neck. I'm starting to see some creepy nece forming. My eyes are starting to sag. I'm getting some bags in the morning, and I don't look as fresh while you're along with everybody else. What was your name? I'm sorry. My name is Cheryl, Cheryl. Thank you so much for calling tuck Saturday with Dr Steven Greenberg. Two one two three one nine four nine nine. Nine you're talking a little bit about normal aging. The jowls the extra skin on your is the looseness of the skin that's all normal, and there's certain things that we can do both noninvasive and invasive Lee, Cheryl, so that some of the noninvasive things we use lasers to tighten up the scam. We have a new laser called the J plasma laser that tightens up the skin. And sometimes we do a little bit of a face lift mini lift is so easy to recover from get back to work normal. Very quickly. Awesome. Is it something? Where like I mean, I've been thinking about my body for a long time. My kids are pretty much a dull. And I was wondering also I mean my body's in pretty good shape. But can I do it all at the same time? Like can they come in for a mini facelift, and you know, maybe some fat transfer to some areas of my face and also do a tummy tuck and a bracelet at all once we agree. Cosmetic surgery to a lot of combinations. So yes, we can read your face and eyes and body at the same time. Sarah, we do these combination procedures often. Yeah. Yeah. It's really common to combined procedures women. Typically and men come in with more than one complaint. You know, as you get older a lot of things start to fag. In a lot of things. I don't want to go downhill, but starts a change at once so breasts face belly legs, everything for guys their chest. So a lot of times people will combine surgeries, and it it allows for better recovery recover, everything at once have the same downtime, and then, you know, in the end, you have just great results all around. Yeah. Great combination. So we could definitely fix you on up, and we have a lot of packages. Yeah. We have post divorce pack as we're pre-marriage package. We have a mommy makeover package. A daddy makeover packets, we will fit you into a package put together the right thing. Individualized us and make you look awesome sign me up. I'm ready come on down for a complimentary consultation. We'd love to see you two to three one nine four nine nine. I we'll either take your calls right here on the air. And if you can't get through or if we can't speak to you on the air.

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"tuck" Discussed on The Accidental Creative

The Accidental Creative

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"tuck" Discussed on The Accidental Creative

"Tuck it everyone. Welcome to the accident Curtis podcast. My name is Todd Henry, I am your host. So I am recording. This on the last day of twenty eighteen it's December thirty first twenty eighteen and often at the end of the year. I know that we sometimes think about what we're gonna do differently in the coming year. But if we just jump into the new year tackling new goals without thinking about places where we might be stuck areas where we might be having difficulty breaking through then our efforts are going to be in vain because we can attack new problems with the same old systems, and we're going to get stuck again. We're going to have the same conversation at the end of twenty nine thousand nine so on today show. I want to revisit a conversation. We have probably about a year and a half ago about three areas where we can get stuck and what we can do about it. Because if we don't change our systems to accommodate our ambitions than we simply won't. Have the infrastructure necessary to accomplish our ambitions were going to wither on the vibrating get stuck, and we're going to wonder why we're stuck and some of the places we get stuck are invisible. To us today. We're gonna talk about three of them in what we can do about it before we dive. In today's episode is brought to you by skill share. So as I mentioned, it's obviously the end of the year at the start of a new year, and one of the things that we often think about our resolutions things we wanna to do differently in the coming year. I'm going to challenge you to make one of your resolutions, growth and development of your skills in two thousand nineteen learning new skills developing new ways of tackling your work, and frankly, even just developing new hobbies new interest new ways of stoking your curiosity. We often talk on the show and written about it in my books. The importance of what I call unnecessary creating which is creating things that aren't necessarily on demand. What these looking over your shoulder? What these paying you to do? You're just doing it to stoke your curiosity to explore your creative. Aptitudes to develop yourself to push boundaries. So I challenge you in two thousand nineteen to tackle some new skills develop the method by which you approach your work.

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"tuck" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

07:06 min | 3 years ago

"tuck" Discussed on RobinLynne

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