35 Burst results for "Twelve Years"

Nikki Bella Sends Ex John Cena Belated Wedding Congrats

Daily Pop

06:52 min | 2 d ago

Nikki Bella Sends Ex John Cena Belated Wedding Congrats

"This is daily and we have so much gossip to discuss. We are talking about the star. Who loves being naked and white halle berry is defending her skills in the bedroom. I nikki bella was just on the spot about her ex. john seen it. So on the all things being pumped podcasts. Nikki was asked if she congratulated john his wedding. Well here's what she had said. I haven't But yeah. I didn't say might supposed to show sundays to you. Could just say now john. I congratulate you on your wedding. It's they're documented. Yeah so john. Congratulations on your wedding. I'm very very happy three. Oh i really don't think you have to congratulate an ex when they get married. Don't you know. I mean. And if i do i wait like a year later mike. Oh we just we that you got research we know he. He was pregnant this morning. Well yes but this is pregnant with twins. But this is. I didn't congratulate on the first kid is the second round and realize you have three kids so interesting. I'm surprised that she didn't congratulate him on his wedding when he called her to congratulate her on having. The baby isn't like your normal reflex to be like that. And congratulations to what's going on in your life to john. I also think that you know. Just that i think you have a point. I think also because of the fact that he was genuinely probably really happy for nikki because she got everything that she wanted out of somebody that he would not give to her after so many years of her trying so i think there's less resentment on his end probably for her. She's really happy she has a new baby. She's with man she's supposed to be with but it's still unsure kind of triggers. Her instincts her a little bit when she's like well. Thanks mother effort but like you didn't do shit like i was waiting for six years. You didn't do anything that you were supposed to do and said you would do. Yeah i mean. I don't think that. I think that that's plenty. Especially whenever they both like you know moved on at felt like it was very fast. He their breakup seemed like a long time coming because they kind of accepted it but they both moved on kind of fast. And i think whenever it happens kind of fast like that. It's too fresh like you're like nah not happy for you yet. Give me some time to like. Get over everything that i still hold against you. And then maybe i'll be happy for you. Look let me give you some crying on the floor. Little advice for some going through something. Similar what i went through something like this for me. Saying congratulations to x. Who had moved on got married was kinda therapeutic because it kind of finalizes and it kinda close that chapter in your life. That relationship is not only not only over. But it's not coming back around for you right so then you can emotionally finally move on because no matter how happy you are you new relationship. No matter how happy you seem to be on social you still holding a flame for that person. You still want them person to want you back yeah. I don't know if it's a claim but that for sure one hundred percent. You're like i still expect that you're probably crying over me right. It's been twelve years but you're probably still upset about me really fast. Listrik thing it you still hold a flame over your ex is still want them to be like how you do it. It's not like crying on the floor. Just know that you think that's true. Okay that's all i need. Yeah that's all you guys done that though degray syntax ex when they have big moments oh god no because i don't think there's been any big moments yet. I i do think that once you've been with somebody for over four years it really becomes like it's it's just a bulbs into something more than just a romantic relationship. This is just a human being that you spent a lot of time with respect that point in your life that you had together you do like them as a person unless the person really did something you just wrong you and the and the damage irrevocable at some point you just sort of fade into. I really do want this person to do well. I did invest in this person and want us to be able to be cordial and nice. And i think that most people get there just in you got there. You were the bigger person in your last relationship you were. You definitely had your. There was some trauma there real quickly and said your piece one hundred percent but i never want my people be like. Oh yeah my ex is doing great. I want people to be like daniel man. That's what i'm looking guy. He's hanging out with data. That makes you feel bad though is bad as me. You're here he's got it all together. You are just same as me but let me tell you something i. The universe has put me in some uncomfortable situations where i'm not only running into my ex. I run into my ex. And his new boo right. So that's a little bit more difficult. What's hollywood is really small. But i truly adam. I am more like you as much as i like to say no. I am more of a happy that you're happy even though it's not as happy as you were with me but that's not just details details all right. The underlings breakout star until the day angeles says that she found it liberating to appear completely nude on the hbo show. She told interview magazine. Quote whether it's my eyes or my mouth or my boobs or my vagina. My body is just another tool to express myself so first off. I have to ask if you're nicole kidman And there's the scene where you're look. I mean cole looks. She's got the is. But i mean first of all. I can't believe we haven't seen this. I mean also justin. Don't you feel like this quote coming from this actress. Just feel so fitting like when you watch the show you can tell. She's extremely free with ourselves. She's extremely sexy. Attractive like shake just makes sense. She said that right. I think about nudity different than also. Doesn't she kind of random back like j. law a little bit like a little bit okay. A little bit. She does kind of. I think she's looking at her face. Krista it's so crazy to think about america when you come back question. I ask you know what i asked you. Just think about nudity differently like we were taught to shame our bodies. We were talking to hide our bodies. And i think when you're a european personnel actor you kinda sorta have this different vibe about it

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The Brave New Worlds of Octavia Butler

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:55 min | 3 d ago

The Brave New Worlds of Octavia Butler

"Hello and welcome to misinformation a trivia podcast for ladies and gents who love cool trivia and sticking it to anoint teams. Have pop quiz where your hosts. I'm lauren and i'm julia hate y'all lowered. Are you full of cheese. Still i am still full of cheese. I want to tell you that the were recording on the day that the cheese up came out and my husband came home and ate an entire block of gouda because apparently he was like that. She's episode really maybe hungry for cheese so we ate a lot of our cheese in our fridge. So did its job. Did what it was supposed to do that yet. We hope you guys enjoyed that. It was something a little different than normal but Somebody else mentioned that like they're not a big fan of cheese but they would love to do another dash along episode with its point. So we'll brainstorm. We'll come back to that. Yeah maybe we'll be eating. Maybe it'll be something else. You know who. That's interesting. Mike along with juliet tandem bike. Listen to me. We get a tandem bike and a couple of layers. Listen or and we bike around rochester and talk about the of bicycling and also talk about the history of rochester. How great with did you just come up with this disraeli. I literally just came up with this first of all key. Imagine what people would they. They saw on a tandem bicycle goalie. I attached to us. Like a yeti microphone at like yup. Yup and josh is right a lot riding alongside of us and then our in car bike so i didn't mean this bird. I'm like no it's fine. He's gonna drive next very slow with the with the cords running into the car. I love this so much. Okay that's our next thing called ride along with julian lawrence as they get hit by multiple cars because the worst almost ill-advised thing but you asked for it. Everybody so get ready. It's on your hands. Our blood is on your hands. Basically is what we're saying. Get ready for that man. Speaking of blood oh man. I am very worried now so for this. I decided that i was going to cover An author that. I'm not super familiar with a genre of literature but i'm also not super familiar with. I've really learned a lot. And i hope you all will too. I hope i will. Are you ready. Lauren i'm has ever i'll ever be this week. We're entering the brave. New world of octavia butler. Oh you know what i have. Been meeting to read some octavia butler. But i have now. I have not read in a very long time. And i feel like i don't know if i'm ready. You know. I do bet that you would like it. Okay probably a little more. So than i would i. I'm willing to give it all a try great love i think maybe a lot of people have heard her name but they're not totally familiar with her work. Or unless you are like a sci fi reader maybe maybe her name is like completely foreign to you. So here's what you should know. So i was a groundbreaking american writer. She was one of the few women of color publishing an agenda dominated by white men Butler won the coveted hugo award which is considered the premier award in science fiction as well as the nebula prize which are which is given to the best works of science fiction or fantasy in the. us She won those twice each and that was loud. She all the time she was also the first science fiction writer ever to receive the macarthur fellowship. Wow wow that's interesting. I didn't know that octavia butler was born in pasadena. California in june nineteen forty seven. The only child of her mother's name was also octavia octavia margaret guy who was a housemaid and loris james butler. Who was a shoe. Shine man So octavius father died when she was seven and to support the family. Her mother worked as a maid She was extremely shy. As a child in octavia found an outlet at the library reading fantasy books and also in writing She did have a mild form of dyslexia but she didn't let this challenge deter her from developing a love of books She started creating her own stories early on and she decided to make writing her. Life's work around. The age of ten octavia wrote reams of pages in her big pink notebook and at first she was enamored with fairy tales and also horror stories but she quartz came interested in science fiction magazines. Such as amazing stories and galaxy. Science fiction so octavia did do a lot of interviews later in life. And so i've gotten some really great information right from her own words that i'm going to ask throughout this so to an mit class on the media in transition in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight butler told this anecdote. It's impossible to begin to talk about myself. And the media without going back to how i wound up writing science fiction and that is by watching a terrible movie. Movie was called devil girl from mars. And i saw it when i was about twelve years old and it changed my life. It was one of those old nineteen fifties movies in which the beautiful martian woman arrives on earth to announce that all the martian men of died off in there are a bunch of men. Hungry women up there and the earth. Men don't want to go. As i was watching this film i had a series of revelations the i was cheese. I can write a better story than that. And then i thought gee anybody can read about our story than that. And my thought was the clincher. Somebody got paid for writing. Not awful story. Yeah so often. Writing and a year later i was busy. Submitting terrible fiction to innocent magazines.

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Brazil Amazon Deforestation Hits 12-Year High Under Bolsonaro

NPR News Now

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

Brazil Amazon Deforestation Hits 12-Year High Under Bolsonaro

"Square. Miles of the amazon rainforest were burned or cut down within the past year. That's the highest level of deforestation in twelve years in bar. Or blaming brazil's government. Here's npr's dan charles. These are brazil's official figures on deforestation from the country's national institute of space research. The institute says the amount of deforestation increased ten percent over last year. Which in turn was a big increase over the year before most of this land clearing is illegal but environmental groups. Say brazil's current government is no longer vigorously investigating and prosecuting environmental crimes. They say the government instead has cited with ranchers miners and loggers. Some scientists have warned that continued. Destruction of the tropical forest could permanently damage. It reducing rainfall across much of south america. dan

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12-Year-Old Boy Shot Inside Newark, New Jersey Home

CBS2 News New York

00:13 sec | 5 d ago

12-Year-Old Boy Shot Inside Newark, New Jersey Home

"A twelve year old boy has been shot in newark but released from the hospital. Police say a bullet flew into his home and hit him friday night. New arrests have been made yet but police say they have recovered. The car that they think was involved

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A Mothers Controversial Confession

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

04:33 min | Last week

A Mothers Controversial Confession

"I want you to brace yourselves. Because you're about to hear one mothers really controversial confession. She revealed it in a very provocative new york times article and in it she boldly proclaimed. I love my husband. More than i love my children. I yell at waldman. A mother of four also says her children are not the center of her universe and that is the key reason she says she and her husband have a very passionate sex life. She is a mother who says she loves her husband more than her kids and she is swinging from the chandeliers boy. Did she strike a nerve. How do you measure your passion for your children and your husband. I think this is a woman who clearly did not want to have children. And i think that she's doing a disservice to her children to her husband and two herself and especially the family unit as a whole. I thought that her point of view was sort of silly. You can't actually the type of law that exists between two grown adults and that bond between mother and child the way she puts her husband on a pedestal. It's dangerous because she loses him her whole world from what she said. It might say hurtful to our kids someday and she shouldn't have had children how she fill about having kids. I think i l. It's Has an obsessive relationship with her husband. I think i l really needs to reclaim a sense of south. I questioned i yell. It's security in her marriage. I thought i l article was goofy. My children are. I my husband and i come second. It makes me think you know what are her. Children chopped liver go okay. So i'm here with a group of mothers who have a lot to say about this. The woman who sparked controversy. I yell at walmart is here. I yell at is a harvard trained lawyer. Turn stay at home. Mother turned writer. Who has been married to pulitzer prize winning author michael shape on for twelve years and they have four children. So let me Read the passage. That has everybody up in arms. She says i have four children. But i'm not in love with any of them. I am in love with my husband if a good mother is one who loves her child more than anyone else in the world then. I'm not a good mother. I am in fact a bad mother. I love my husband more than my children. I yell it. You knew that you were going out on a limb did not want it. Well i did. I didn't quite know that star jones is gonna take off after me on the view. I didn't know i'd be sitting here next to you. I didn't know that i'd be facing down a group of angry mothers. But i did. You know i had been experiencing this again and again. Mom's groups i i. I'm like a lot of you. I spent a long time just to stay at home. Mom now. I work part time but i have four kids. I spend most of my day with my children. And i have felt for a long time very different. The most of the moms. Start the article talking about your mommy group and you noticed in the conversation. All the mother's talking about they're not having sex. Yeah absolutely i. The the interesting thing was i was talking to a mom and he was telling me about how she was trying to have a second kid. But it wasn't going very well. And i said you should try one of those electronic fertility monitors. Because they tell you when you ovulate like right that day and a great then. I won't have to have all that unnecessary sex. There's a reason that everyone is so angry. This is striking a chord. This is a real issue. Okay tear brown. Why do you say i yell at is doing a disservice to her family. Why well believe that children are such a gift. And i think that there is a healthy balance that can be formed with the family. Not necessarily putting one above the other per se. I think that's a really good point. And i think so. Many women today have become so focused on their children. They've developed these romantic entanglements with their children's lives and the husbands are secondary. They're left out and the romantic focus is on the children. I mean you guys know. Valentine's day at your kids schools. What happens on valentine's day. All the moms come in with you know. Perfect frosted pink cupcakes that they've made with their kids. What's valentine's day is valentine's day to make cupcakes with your children. Know valdez. Supposed to be a day about romantic love.

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interview With Dennis Crowley Co-founder of Foursquare and Creator of Marsbot

The Voicebot Podcast

04:54 min | Last week

interview With Dennis Crowley Co-founder of Foursquare and Creator of Marsbot

"Okay. Dennis crowley welcome to the voice. Podcast thanks for the beer. Yeah it's really good to see you again so we were just talking before we got on the bike in the video here that we met very briefly. I think we talked for about ten minutes after voice. Camp by beta works. Which i believe was june of twenty seventeen hundred times ago. Who has a lot of things happened since then and that was fun. I mean yeah. Companies like jovan came out of that. So there's a lot of listeners to my podcast very familiar with jovo and egg voice. I think was there as They're doing really well in the in the custom assistant space rag culture so that was a really Really good event. Very early on is reputed. We're starting to build custom assistance. And you're on stage. I don't remember exactly what your Your comments and prognostications were. But i'm sure they came true. I think we were talking about Voice skills at the time. I think i let alexa was opened to you. Know building your own voice skills. And i think we were. We force for likes learning with like. Should we make something there or not. Yeah and you'd never did correct. We did we made something for actually made something for google. Whatever google on google home google. Now whatever it's called sugarless assistant yet but we we. We launched them but we never really promoted it. I don't think. I even know it still works to be honest. We saw very williams at with that stuff as it's tough because you really have to say a mouthful just to get the thing to work like. Hey google assistant foursquare this. That's just not what normal people do. You know. That's really interesting So actually why don't we. I think most of the people who are listening are probably familiar with foursquare. But why don't we talk a little bit about your journey with foursquare what that does how that lets you up to the assistant. We'll talk about that. And then obviously. We want to spend a lot of time on mars. Because i think that's a really interesting solution. But for the people who aren't up to speed on the foursquare journey you know what you're what you're quick summary about how you got to where you are because you know a tremendously important company in many ways At least from my perspective And you know really at the at the onset of the bubble revolution in particular. And now we're in voice and you're doing something else in the space so i think it's really interesting. How you're jumping these technology curves. Yeah i mean we've been doing foursquare for for twelve years now and so forth. What has been a lot of different things in those twelve years kind of typical startup journey of trying a little bit of everything until you really figure it out but started as a consumer app Back in two thousand nine audience maybe fifty sixty million users which still wasn't enough In terms of you know running a at canal a product radio ads in the product. And so that's really when we started to understand that the destiny of the company was becoming more of an enterprise providing tools and technology to develop partners providing data a building advertising marketing solutions in robust analytics around types of people have been to what types of places You know really a lot of the things that he saw the consumer equitable to spin those into very valuable Tools and technologies for for others to use and company has has been doing really well since we've really figured out how that business works really changed the company to better serve those opportunities. Yes it was really a social connectivity app. I would say in the beginning. And it's moved into that data location business. Yeah you're you're you're working with enterprises. I will say that i still use the foursquare out. Yes why there's tons of people still use the apps and i think that consumer dna still runs very strongly. The company which i think gives us A unique perspective. When we're building had of these enterprise tools like normally think of enterprise stuff is like oh it's just software for companies but like we approach it as As as you would if you were building it for for end users and i think that allows us to be more thoughtful like more clever with it more playful with it sometimes And you know he was still a team here that works on the consumer apps. Like my my job now is run the the rnd team here which just makes weird stuff with the tools and technology in the most of that we are stuff is meant to be used by end users. Just people that are walking around was was phones or airpods. Whatever

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Breaking Down Tonights NBA Draft: The Players, The Picks, and Virtual Fashion

ESPN Daily

04:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Breaking Down Tonights NBA Draft: The Players, The Picks, and Virtual Fashion

"Mike schmidts. Thank you for joining me mandy day that you work towards every single year has finally arrived. Yeah i feel like this is our our super bowl and we've been waiting for this forever. I we thought it was going to be in june. And then maybe october and now here in november so you know i think teams and myself are very excited to get this one of the books. Mike schmidts is an nba draft analyst for espn. And he's been traveling the world scouting nba prospects for nearly a decade. I love the nba. draft personally. I went to the draft at the garden. Growing up in new york as a sad knicks fan and i still love the draft. Which tells you something about my own personal pathologies. The weirdness of this draft mike. You said it. This is going to be held in a way that has never been seen before. It's going to be entirely remote adam. Silver the commissioner. Mark tatum the deputy commissioner. They're going to be reading out. Picks live from espn studios in bristol. Where you are right now. So tell me what it's been like for teams and for players to go through this whole draft process in the midst of a global pandemic. It's been very very challenging for teams and players alike from the team side. They're used to having march madness the nba draft. Combine tournaments like portsmouth invitational. Which is where you see. You know a jimmy butler and some of these seniors pop up. They're able to have their individual workouts one on one workouts team workouts. I really have these guys in their building and this pre-draft process that just simply hasn't been the case so think you have teams kind of relying on a lot of these zoom calls right. We've all been kind of zoom jail more or less for the last few months You know they're relying on film. They're relying on intel and then from the players perspective. I think they just want to finally hear their name called. I mean this is the moment that they've been waiting for their entire lives. And so i feel a lot of these kids just having to have this. Push back and push back in push-back. They've each had very different circumstances. I mean some guys are like in the gym working out with nba players. Every day. some are with you know their brother and their cousin and some empty. Jim just one on getting workout. Since so it's been very strange. I guess the thing. I think of when i think about what might be lost in this iteration of the draft like are they going to be suits mike. Are we gonna get like nba draft fashion. That we've been blessed by in the past. Oh we're getting it it's coming it's coming virtually you're not gonna see that same strut the same level of excitement that we generally get in barklays within walking up on the stage but from everything i've seen out on social media everything i've heard. I think the suit game is still going to be strong. Yeah i just want if one of those guys wanna go retro and bring back like the seventeen but in suit. I just wanna make sure. The camera frame contains all seventeen of those budgets. We're gonna do everything we can to get that done. I hope we really really highlight the fashion. Because that that might steal the night to be honest i want to take a deep dive into the top three players in the draft to start here because the three of them. You've been talking about relentlessly for months. Now lamelo ball. James wiseman anthony edwards. They're all still in play for the number one overall pick which belongs of course to the minnesota timberwolves and i want to start with lamelo because we know as the brother lonzo the son of lavar and he chose to play overseas australia instead of going to the college game but for the uninitiated ear. What is lamelo offered to whichever team does end up selecting him tonight. I think he's the best prospect in the draft. Honestly i think if he played at duke kentucky enter any big name college program and he didn't have some of the questions about kind of the circus that has surrounded him at times in his life. I think he would be the runaway number. One pick in terms of his game. I mean he's a big point guard. Six seven close to six foot. Eight is one of the youngest players in the draft. Who was a late bloomer. So i think people remember him as the young you know twelve year old looking kid bomb and half court shots but he's really grown into his frame as great size has the ball on a string as a ball handler. He's incredibly shifty and smooth and his playmaking is ridiculous. The way he sees the game is really really special.

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Two More New 0-Days Revealed in Chrome

Security Now

04:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Two More New 0-Days Revealed in Chrome

"Two more new zero days revealed in chrome last week. We had three zero days patched in the previous two weeks today. We have five zero days patched in the previous three weeks. She's i know. And i we were just talking about this last week. Saying you know Once upon a time. I e was the favored target. Now it's clear. Chrome has become the majority browser. And you know it's trying to be kind of an every man's application execution environment. It's trying to be a little mini operating system with all the crap that that that the world wide web consortium keeps pouring into our browsers and is bugs so less wednesday. The eleventh chrome announced the stable channel. Update for windows. Mac and lennox. We're now at eighty six point zero point four to forty dot one nine eight and i had commented last week that i was already a dot one nine whatever it was or one six three or something i. I was further along then. Data made any announcement of and i didn't know why maybe this was part of that So this one is already rolled out under security fixes and rewards in their announcement of this stable update. They noted their standard boilerplate that details. Would-be kept restricted until the majority of users would no longer be effected. They indicated that both of those new in the wild zero days were discovered and reported by anonymous unquote the first on the seventh. And the second on the ninth and this thing was released on the eleventh so the update was pushed out to our desktops very quickly after it was reported to google And the bounty rewards for both of those was was dollar sign. T be d so you know to be determined The first flaw was another of those quote inappropriate implementation in eight which is exactly the exact language that was used to describe. The previous week's zero day vulnerability the other flaw was a use after free claw in the site isolation component which of course we depend upon. Because we don't want cross site exploitability and you know. This is the model for the way we need to be doing. Security moving forward researchers spot problems either doing static research or by catching something that they see happening in the wild. They report them privately to the responsible party. Whomever that is that responsible party rewards them for their discovery and for keeping their report private and then quickly updates the affected software pushing it out to all affected parties or devices depending on what it is. I mean that's what we're seeing here. Problems are being found. I mean they're going to exist in something as as crazy complicated as a modern browser not dimension an operating system. There's gonna be problems. There seems to be no end of them. You know we'll be talking about last tuesday's hundred and twelve things that were fixed and remember those are those. Those didn't just appear in the last month. Those have been lurking in windows and all related applications for probably a long time. We know that some of them affect windows seven the end. Those are not getting fixed anymore. So you know what. That's two thousand eight. That's twelve years ago. So we have this problem One thing we know today with absolute certainty is that cyber war and cybercrime either ad hoc organized are very real things

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The Promise of Cloud-Native Gaming

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05:09 min | 2 weeks ago

The Promise of Cloud-Native Gaming

"The first voice. We hear his jade as she explains how. She became obsessed with a young age. None of the thongs. We take an investment advice. Ca six nc dot com slash disclosures for more information. So i always knew. I wanted to make games. I figured it out. When i was about twelve years old i was visiting my uncle. Who lived in san francisco at the time. And i made it my mission to beat him at all of his games before i left for the and it was during that time that it dawned on me that someone gets sneak games and i thought awesome. Why not me. I had already been into robotics and done a little bit of programming. That's when i really decided to focus on that as a creator and started working on game projects mice airtime so how does building for cloud differ from what you've done before have always been attracted by the bleeding edge of games aims constantly. Reinvented if you look at what. A video game was ten years ago. It was totally different twenty years ago. What drew me to for example working on the assassin's creed franchise in building that up. The next consoles were coming in. That was big opportunity. Go okay what can we do with eight x the processing power and so a lot of those questions not have pushed me towards my career decisions all along as what attracted me to google this time which is okay. It's not ajax. It's the cold data centers processing power. Okay it's the whole model for how we think about client. Server multi-player games needing to work is totally offended and change some of the largest games today fortnight clans. They run most of their network on the cloud. So john what distinguishes what we have now from true cloud streaming or what you call it gaming. Which is what we're seeing now. Looks like it's actually mostly being hoisted existing council enters title development for playstation Stocks on and it was been found. These gains fundamentally different popcorn in some most excited about the second way of games that might become around the corner be called in cloud needed games. What really on any game. It's built around four cloud that's only play of all in the cloud infrastructure as opposed to something. We are currently in the first wave of cloud gaming and really what. We're seeing the convenience of cloud gaming. What we're seeing is okay. It's all the games that we can play another places but we get rid of the download time. We can play more instantly. We don't have to worry about dates to play on different screens other great benefits by the really exciting thing. And i think that's what's gonna be kind of the cleveland of what. Tv was radio is when we unlock. What the second wave of cloud gaming one of the things is obviously the client server model right. Now you're limited to the interactions and simulations that can run the locally on people's machines no matter what even if you're running your example fortnight is running on the cloud and a lot of other games are as well in the back end. There's still designed with the idea that they have to run on a local pc or a local consoler local mobile device in some cases. And really what's going to unlock not only the processing power and what we call elastic q. Of the data center but also the idea that essentially any game can be designed like one big land party. So you don't have to worry about networking times. You can at least know exactly what those are in an designed for them. Measure them in a consistent way and also hits up against a limit of how big of a shared experience you. Are there new game mechanics or even game genres that. You find uniquely enabled through the cloud. Johnny britain about how it might help solve games. Cold start problem. But what are some of the other mechanics. You see enabled by cloud gaming when you think about the magic of cloud gaming. You're being sent a stream that from the pipes and stuff. It looks exactly like a stream of video data when you think about this new paradigm there can be a one to sort of infinite and very strange connection of what in quits impact that stream so if you think about it someone. Typing in the side of a youtube shot can have an input into my environment. They type tomato tomatoes. Start falling from the sky in my game. Thousands of connected to my game could be. They're playing the rule of. Let's say zombie hoard. That's attacking those all could be real players right and they're in quicker just on a mobile phone in a very simple interface for doing that. Because the zombie needs controls. I think a lot of the really exciting things that disassociation of direct relationship between number of people connected to client either one or exceed or whatever. Hundred is ugly. The biggest we've seen and this way. That huns of inputs can impact. The simulation live

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Why VanEck Got Into Esports ETFs

The Business of Esports

03:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Why VanEck Got Into Esports ETFs

"What was the genesis of vanak deciding. They wanted to get into gaming sports right. Like when you're doing a million other kind of sectors sectors like how did that come about and twenty eighteen. You know when. We're when we're thinking about an i'm speaking from my corporate hat. You know where you're thinking about how we're gonna watch on what's focus on. There's so many different things you can do so many opportunities out there right so and dematic. Ets are really hot right now. So demand etf is when you busy are not arbitrarily what you come up with. The new games are a great investment idea or Healthcare whatever it is. This is a good idea. So we're going to build an index around so there's a lot of market research that goes into what's out there now like i mentioned there was one other huge job right now. We know what we want back in eighteen. That's not really that crowded so zone. In other areas there might be seventy eight yes right. So how many other guys are playing this story. what's the competition. And then maybe there's five or ten five or six s out there and they're not really bringing in a lot of money right so you could be like a spivey jobs out there. They had their big mama five years ago. Nothing's happening to them right now for the game was just like right place right time. There was an energy. I don't know if you recall back and so we really started getting going. I would say mid year end at second quarter. Two thousand and eighteen or night creates right. Now that's basinger. Espn dot com people. Being like wait a minute. This guy's a millionaire playing video games so when you see something happening like that as organic energy that's just kind of in the ecosystem and how two thousand eighteen once for video you just. It's just a business know. It's a combination of great great timing perfect Factors that are going on. Where's the energy going. And he just kind of turned right away. That that's how i would see it. I mean i suppose to think about right that major appearing on tv right like ends up creating a financial financial products like way over here read lack. The effect of his stardom in that in that year and sort of his rise had all these other sort of add on consequences that we don't even think about a hundred percent. And i think it goes a lot to the peter listening advanced than what you know right. So when you have people who are investment professionals and people who are investing. Let's say thirty five to sixty right so they have kids right so you have and their kids spending all the money a fortnight watching twitch watch union all so it's where their kids are talking about it now it's on the front page of the wall street journal on espn dot com. So it's like what's going on here and it kinda kinda gives people off. So that's what i mean. When i said over the last few years we've gone from people being like what's going on here to be like okay. This is this is real sock going away in. We're we categorize it as kind of a long term structural perot's industry his. There's a lot going on. You've got strong revenue growth as you know you got crazy userbase growth and i think what a lot of people don't understand it is not just twelve year olds fifteen-year-olds plan with her parents credit cards. He's a thirty five year olds. Who had jobs and make connor thousand dollars a year and they spend a lot of money only And you guys know that. I think a lot of people don't so that there's that it's it's been really long. Don't don me all my wife any of this j patient in the same boat too. I be a grandma again. Don't don't let her steve. My cosmetic digital item spent firmly hidden in this family. A song on cad. How much i had already know. Honey valve is

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Why Do We Do Good and What is the Role of the Holy Spirit?

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

06:46 min | Last month

Why Do We Do Good and What is the Role of the Holy Spirit?

"An argument has developed over I. Think we. and. You can't be good on the low and you can't be good. Jesus. Either you're saying this both ways can't be exactly Jesus didn't have any effect like, Hey, you character agree one hundred percent wrong. Here. I'll give you four words just for the audience. And this this to me is how you learn. Because we both agree that Jesus. is where salvation occurs right? That's correct. So we're good and we love each other. So everybody were all family. We're all touchy feely today. However. The wording. Is We Zach Anna are on one side and you're on the other I have four words. Four words. To. As. The foundation of my argument and it comes from a letter written to the glacier and who thought. In Synopsis Form here. How will I say this who thought that? They needed salvation in Jesus plus. something. that. They could do. Now, in this case, it was circumcision, but to me, it can be anything. And that was a statement made and I'm getting to the forward. In Gullit relations to twenty. Paul said. I have been. Crucified. With Christ. And here are the forward right after an and. I. No longer. Live. So my point is. You can't do good. If you no longer live. How can that be? Because the next phrase. But Christ lives in me. So that's my whole point. You can't say you so well, how come in I John? On those who do good. Well I'm not sure it is but I'm saying. How can you do good if you no longer live. I John says there's two kinds of people those who do good and those do evil will do good. Why can't do it? So, I Realized that it's no longer I who do it? Where's that verse at? Christ lives in me. The Life I. Live in the body I live by faith and son of God. Who loved me where's that verse that says that it's it's I who no longer had the crucified Christ. Increased by I no longer live. That's a different verse. Maybe Colossians three. Let me say. Maybe. It's Romans. Romans. Romans seven says eighteen to. Yeah. This is this is another one. No seventeen seven seventeen as it is it is no longer on myself who do it, but it has since living I know that nothing good lives in me this Paul with Jesus. Yeah. Right, that is immoral sinful nature for I have the desire. To do what is good, but I cannot carry it out. For what I do is not the good I want to do but the evil I do. I do not want to do this I keep on doing. Well, this is this is post. Jesus. So, why why is he wrassling sale? He's going to ask you a question who's going to deliver me from this body of death because he just trying to you once Jesus comes in you say, can you start doing good then sure. But he had but he's in, he's in Jesus I I think that what? He's actually getting semantics well off because he's moving into Romans eight Romans eight is live by the spirit, which is where we get into this conversation last time on. John Fifteen and I think there is a this is a I had a hard time with this up until about twelve years ago because what I kept hearing was do better and be better. At tried it and I tried it and I tried to be yet I thought like Paul that fills here. I felt what a wretched. Man. Am I and every time I tried to do good evil was right there and it's Just I. Felt It. I felt like I couldn't bootstrap myself up and I and I. It's because we grew up in a faith tradition that really didn't have a good doctrine of the Holy Spirit. We didn't talk about the Holy Spirit Yeah. We really if we did it was what will retold he speaks through the written word only what about the inner conviction in my heart that the spirit is my counselor, my helper who's guiding me into all truth. So going back to the do good. I I. Think the Scripture tells us to do our behavior matters but the only way it's less about behavior it's less about works and it's more about what are you desire? What are you want? because. You're going to do what you want most and I think what the spirit is giving us those who submit to the spirit, the spirit as giving us a revelation of the beauty and the wonder of God so that over time my desires can be transformed. You talked about Phil when you are. You back in your sex drugs and rock and roll days like there was a time period. You know 'cause I interviewed you for project work on and when I heard some of the things you're into us man, there was a time period if I came up to you with a with a big fat joint or a scantily clad woman or a bottle. Of Whisky, you would have been tempted to partake in that but if I came to you now that's my point. But now you would not be tempted because the desires of your heart have been transformed over the last forty five years by the spirit because he's revealing to us reality and what it is not right and wrong it's not despair it's not saying. 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Kate Jetmore  Stalling Uphill in a Manual and Crazy Drivers in Spain

Drive with Us Podcast

05:15 min | Last month

Kate Jetmore Stalling Uphill in a Manual and Crazy Drivers in Spain

"US On podcast where we bring on a new guests every episode to talk about the crazy things they experience on the road who they are as drivers and how they became the driver. They are today I'm bobby and I'm Karen Jeep and today's driver is Kate jet more. She was raised in Indiana and lived in New York for twelve years before she went to Spain to hike the Camino Day San Diego where she met her future husband and Nash. E is a translator and a voiceover artist and also hosts the listen podcast. Today she shared with us her experiences of driving in the US versus driving in Spain and a traumatizing experience she had with driving manual uphill in Spain. Welcome kate to drive with US podcast. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks for having made a joy to be on So glad you're excited to be here. We love starting off the show with your crazy or most memorable experiences. What is one crazy or interesting experience you had while on the road? Oh my gosh. Well, I have to say when I think of this story, it makes me just break out into a sweat like it's the kind of thing you would. You would not wish on your worst enemy and you just hope and pray that it will. Never happen to you again. So I live in Spain as you know and in I would say in Europe but definitely in Spain almost everyone drives the stick. So when I moved here, my boyfriend, who's now my husband had a car that became our car and it was a it was manual it was a stick shift and I actually learned to drive on a stick shift. So luckily, I wasn't starting from scratch I knew how to drive the car but I grew up in Indiana, which is corn country flat, flat flat, and I never had to deal with a hill. In Indiana which actually changes everything when you're driving stig. So I live in a part of Spain. I live in in Cuenca, which is is definitely not the mountains, but it's kind of a gateway to the mountains and there are some serious hills Harrison seriously steep hills. So my first several years I didn't even drive the car I wrote in the car but every time I needed to go somewhere around town in this is also quite European I would ride a bike or just walk and I. I. Suppose somewhere in the back of my mind, I was trying to avoid driving his car. Driving stick shift on these hills. I do think it was sort of in the back of my mind but one day I couldn't avoid it. I had to go somewhere and it involved going this extremely steep hill and I I don't know what gear was when I started going up this hill probably third gear or second gear. But definitely, not first gear which I now know is the Gary I should should've been in it's this. It's actually not street it's almost like driveway that goes up the steep steep steep hill to get to this really Nice Hotel which now that I think about it as the hotel where. I had my wedding banquet years after that. So I'm driving up this hill and everything's going fine until you know you know that the car starts to go, I can't do it in this gear. You'RE GONNA have to help me out and I had you know I I just had so little experience with something like this that I didn't really even know how to downshift, which is what I needed to do and I don't remember the details. It was so traumatic that I think I probably blocked a lot of it out but let's say I started in third gear maybe I managed to ship shift down to second gear But in any case, you've already imagined what happened, which is that I get halfway up this hill or a third of the this hill not only was it very steep, but it was very long I mean it's it's quite a ways of this hill and I get only part of the way up the hill and the car stalls and stops. So I'm sitting there in a car that is not running. It is stopped in the middle of this hill I'm in the middle of nowhere I'm in the car alone and I thought okay I can do this. I can do this but I was panicking I was I mean I Kept telling myself I can do this but I, just knew that I couldn't. So I you know I, put my one foot on the on the oh I'm so nervous telling the story that I can't even think of the words I put one foot on the clutch and foot on the break and I start the car so I'm like, okay good will it's running I, managed to start again and then I just had no idea how to get this thing going up this hill because I knew that as soon as I took my up the break, it would roll backwards I. Now know that use the parking brake to make sure. It's sort of a game between the clutch floor and the hand on the break, which I still am not able to deal with even many many years later. But that day I was just a complete virgin

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Trump's achievements in the Middle East

Between The Lines

08:58 min | Last month

Trump's achievements in the Middle East

"Donald. Trump's foreign policy is all too often met with derision or simply chairmanship? Isn't it? The critics Maki's diplomacy and they pan the choice of son-in-law Jared Kushner as a Middle East envoy. However just dies away from the US presidential election. Trump has had a few certifiable victories to put in his closing advertising pitch to the American people. I'm of course referring to the peace deals between Israel and Bahrain the United Arab Emirates and Sudan these have been brokered by the trump administration well to tell us more about the significance of these Abraham. Cords. For the Prophet of Jews, Christians and Muslims alike. Let's tune to Greg. Sheridan, he's foreign editor of the Australian Gregg welcome back to the show. Glad to be with your. Greg, your assessment of trump foreign policy generally. Well I think. The media has done generally around the world agree poor job on analyzing trump because themselves have become. So polarized there the all against trump or a small minority of the mural for trump whereas I trump has had some wins and some losses. stylistically he's been very unorthodox and at times on counterproductive but you can look back inside that what trump has been a bath is being creating leverage. The United States in K. relationships is put tariffs on China, and that gives him something to negotiate with Jonah He's put sanctions on Iran that. Gives him something that Iran wants to get rid of an in every relationship? He's got leverage for the United States. Now I think he's done a lot of specific things that have actually been quite good. You can certainly criticize the way he talks about alliances, but it these actions rather than his words quite a lot of the things he's done have been very successful especially in Asia and the Middle East is increased the US military budget more than any other president and American allies. Niger very happy about that the allies in Asia. Have Been Critical of China and most inclined to stand up against Jonah namely Japan India Vietnam Singapore Australia a couple of Damon our full hours course I very good relationship with trump role. Bilaterally, a lot of his relationships been very successful India and Australia. His administration has built the quotes the quadrilateral security dialogue. He has recognized the nature of the Chinese threat to the international system and do American interests better than any other president. Andy's moved the debate along at the same time. There's been a lot of chaos in his administration, the White folks terrible but I think he's had some real wins and I think he's done very well in the Middle East. Okay. We're talking about the Middle East You have argued in the astride newspapers I amount to a major step forward in the pace there why these Arab states altering their relations with Israel is it because of the mutual fee of Iran or is it because the US has leaned on the Motley? Well it's by the size I think Tom plus some other factors as well, but you've just got to pause. And model at the size of trump's achievement in and. To even out of these words, probably you know get you sort of condemned by all international relax plots society at. A. O. Over knocks the of international relations would would excommunicate you for saying it. But you know Israel has five peace treaties with Arab nations. Three of them have come under Donald Trump. He has said we back Israel one hundred percent is move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem tremendous symbolic sign of his commitment to Israel. But he has said we all sat back the security of the Gulf Arab states and are opposed to Iran and we kind to put sanctions on it. We think the nuclear deal when far enough now, the Gulf Arab states all agree with trump about Iran. But also items cells to some extent lost interest in the Palestinian cause. They're certainly not going to allow Palestinian view of Israel to be a roadblock. Now, they say Israel is a very good security Patna and they are encouraged by the US administration to might place with Israel if you just change in your ABC's ready national with me Tom Switzer my guest is Greg Sheridan foreign editor of the Australian. Now Greg you've been one of Australia's leading defenders of Middle East policy for decades. Trump came to power on an America I strategic. He's goal a piece to be to reduce significantly America's military role in the Middle East. We just talked about this grand aimed Iranian coalition that can contain tyron wants the Americans have gone given that America is now energy independent moralists isn't this retrenchment from the middle. East if trump is reelected, isn't that a good thing? Well. I think. It's makes Grill Tom. I think it is probably a good thing. The thing tonight is about trump is that on the whole he has implemented a lot of his foreign policy promises. If you put trump's record on the Middle East, all together it's pretty impressive. The US defeated Isis and he's decided that the Iranian. Nuclear deal is a very bad deal. I agree with him about that because it recognizes the legitimacy of Iran's nuclear industry allows enrichment of uranium a whole lot of other things and then allows in a very short period of time I'm sales to rent said trump said that's completely unacceptable. He wants a new and much better they'll, and in the meantime he's applying sanctions to Iran. has significantly diminished Iran's ability to cause mayhem in the region but that brings me to the point about what happens if Joe Biden is elected knicks wiggle the polls. Many of the pundits the betty markets point to a Democratic victory next week if a bottom administration comes to POW, Greg dozen that increase the chances of everything you've just been saying being wound back, I? Mean wouldn't Baden for example. Revert to the Obama nuclear deal with Iran. Well Eight. That's what he says he'll do allow. Kind of the problem. So the final point from the past there is that trump is not engaged in any new military adventures whereas even Bama engaged in the regime change in Libya which had absolutely eleven offers consequences now, Baden. It's very unclear. What kind of Administration Baden will provide his advisors at the moment seemed to be dominated by retreads from the second, I. Bob. Administration Susan Rice and Ben Rides. But then his party has moved along why for an elect- with Anastazia. Cortes and Bernie Sanders and the influence of the crew he says he's going to make climate change the center of all of his foreign policy I think. He may repeat a mistake of trump's, which is simply to try to undo everything his predecessor is done whereas trump has left Baden assuming button does win trump was left on a lot of leverage tramples. Authorized the elimination of the commander of the Iranian could force SOMAINI and. The, Iranians, like everyone else are scared of trump and they're. Constrained by not knowing what he's going to do even though he hasn't done any major military intervention, I don't think I've boughten will WANNA put more troops back into the Middle East or anything like that. The story of the last ten or twelve years really has been Americans will will say trying to get out of the Middle East and finding it very, very difficult to do so but Baden would be. Tremendously mistaken if he didn't try to capitalize on the successes, trump might I certainly don't think he's GonNa WanNa Talk Sudan or by Ryan will will the United Arab Emirates? Out of normalization with Israel, but will is administration base smart enough to keep it going with other Gulf states in trump was saying the other day that he thinks Saudi. Arabia can might place. With Israel, we'll that would been shattering. That would be I don't tectonic shift in the Middle East and Baden if he's smart or his administration as. Will keep going down that road and then God bless them. They can get all the accolades for forever success they won't themselves. But if they get back to the Paragon the John Kerry paradigm, you've gotTa somehow miraculously solve the Palestinian problem before we can do anything else Well, I think it could be much less effective than trump.

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Front Desk Success with Jerry Durham

The Better

06:06 min | Last month

Front Desk Success with Jerry Durham

"Well, hey Jerry, welcome to show. How are you? I'm very well. How are you doing this beautiful? All day I can't complain. It's a Friday, right? Exactly. All right. So for those who don't know who Jerry Durham the PT is why don't you give us a little background on yourself off? What do we got? We got 27 years in the as a license pts for twenty-seven years in the profession. I early on worked in just about every month in there was except for Pediatrics and neuro rehab for about the first five to six years of my career and then finally went out on my own and then partnered up and down that Journey was about twenty year journey of business running a broad. I mean back up running a practice in a clinic and then running a business and then break out of that about five years ago now. Yeah, I think it's about five years. I get I get lost in the story but about five years ago and now working on basically wage. A game for lack of anything else taking everything I learned in hindsight from those twenty years and going here's the way you here's the way I did it wrong don't do this. And as you age both know and most people listening to this Healthcare tends to focus on the providers primarily and my big takeaway where I am now is this understanding this whole experience of the team roll the team role in patients success the team role and business success, you know, patient experience patient life cycle all those things and that's what I'm doing now. So yeah, it's been a long it's been I mean, it's been a long freaking journeyman twenty-seven years a long time. Yeah. Yeah, you've got a whole bunch of experience and I think it at one point I I found out about you cuz I was listening to a podcast years ago about you've taken your practice which was in network and then pulling into cash and all that and the importance of obviously understanding your patient relationship cycle your patient life cycle, whatever whatever you want to call log. To convert those patients to get them to come in and stay. So tell me a little bit then about your company you run now, it's called the client experience company. Right? Right. So back to what you said just for context for everybody about twelve years ago where and by the way, I don't tell this story as the guy who walked up the hill and snow both ways to school and just for context and I'm not here to say it's easier now, it's harder now. It's anything I just want everybody to understand so about twelve years ago, right? I went out and network and no joke people that nobody even knew without a network box. Right? Nobody was using the word cash practice cash PT everybody, you know, if there was a cash practice it was like a dinky little office with a dinky little person who like had all their clients were judged according clients. Yeah, like 10 people, right? So we made a business decision to go out and network. It was strictly business. Can't remember who the first I think it was wage. That was our first contract that fell below our cost of doing business. So I was like it was an easy. This is what's funny. It's you know, you read all these things and people like I don't know what to do. Do I take insurance or life insurance. I'm like, it's a business decision. It's based on your client and write what you need to generate to pay your bills if Blue Cross is contract is $75 per visit and it costs you $80 to deliver care. That's a no-brainer. I can't yeah exactly at work with them. So twelve years ago, and that's really where the Where I look back and reflect where I was like hm. I gotta do something different and that's where this all patient experience thing and the front desk and then realizing which probably a lot this is the beauty every time I do this like every year that goes by more people are nodding their head going. Yeah, I get that and I'm like, that's cool because when you're ago two years ago three years ago people like I did not get it or that's not true. But this understanding that you know, if If Jerry calls your clinic that that first touch point right the front desk the journey starts there. So the patient success starts Thursday the business success. It's I call it I caught the entry point to the business everybody, you know used to be used to be everybody thought the entry point was well when when they get in the room with the provider with Brad and I'm like, yeah that first experience with the clinician, right? Yeah, and that was already goes I went through that right? Oh, yeah, and I went through that for a long time in my business. We're all I cared about was the providers right home. And so, you know just learning the value of all of a sudden wait a minute we managed and set expectations before they arrived we build trust before they arrived what I call a team Alliance instead. They're reputed client and while look at this magically here's the beauty of it patient numbers improved and buy pay sorry patient measurements patient success. So, yep. Getting better people happier all that stuff improve yet. Then my business metrics change. So I was like what's going on? Right? And that's been that last twelve thirteen years. It took me all that time to start equating. This change here was because of this right going further Upstream. It was like, wow, we changed the first phone call and we stopped getting billing complaints. It wasn't a billing issue. So things like that and that's off the company the client experience company does right we come in we look at the whole kit and caboodle. We look at your whole process, right? Do you understand who your ideal client is do you understand and it could be multiple. Do you understand what you're serving them with right? Cuz no man. Nobody wants physical therapy, right? Everybody wants a solution and then looking at the life cycle and then look up the system's you've built in to create an experience that you want your clients to help

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Why a New Abortion Ban in Poland is Causing a Furor

PRI's The World

05:31 min | Last month

Why a New Abortion Ban in Poland is Causing a Furor

"Today in Poland where for five straight days. Now, streets across the country have been filled with protesters as we mark the swearing in of new Supreme Court, Justice Amy Coney Barrett, and wonder how the court will now see Roe v Wade Poland is an interesting case protesters. There are angry precisely because of a high court ruling on. Abortion last week, Poland's constitutional tribunal outlawed the practice in all but the most exceptional of circumstances as the world's Europe correspondent Orla Barry reports. The latest legal decision is now being widely condemned by women's rights, groups, Justin of it. The refs as a founding member of the abortion dream, team they're a well-known group of activists who says out in two thousand sixteen to de stigmatize abortion in Poland the dress had an abortion in. Two thousand six and even though she worked with an abortion support group called almost no one about your own experience for more than twelve years up to two thousand, eighteen I was talking about this as anonymous person. I was not showing my face I was afraid about my community for threats says, she worried what our neighbors would thank her. There's nothing unusual about women keeping their abortion secret in Poland more than one thousand. Legal abortions for carried out in the country last year but women's groups reckon that the number of illegal abortions or those performed abroad is closer to two hundred thousand. No one knows the exact figure the court ruling last Thursday. Permits Abortion only in cases of rape incest and the mother's life is at risk activists say that just adds to the stigma and it helps explain why women have been out protesting every day since. In more. So last night protesters poured red paint across the city's main bridge holding up signs that read you have blood on your hands, and this is war in the western city of Poznan demonstrators interrupted Sunday church services. Video posted online. A couple of dozen protesters are seen approaching the altar chanting we've had enough, but the refs ca says young people using such fury at the church is something new for Poland. There are very young women who are protesting chorus creaming on the on the priests in small towns. And like really today jurors, it is something which hasn't been seen on the streets before this is something new. What we see ninety percent of Poles identifies Catholic, and since coming to power in two thousand fifteen, the ruling law and Justice Party has promoted what it calls traditional Catholic values but recent surveys show the majority of Poles did not support more restrictive abortion laws. Activists say the new measures are a threat to women's rights in Poland Hillary Margolis is a senior. Researcher. With human rights, Watch under the Lawn Justice Party, we've seen repeated attempts to completely ban abortion also to obstruct sexuality education schools to really smear and undermine women's rights, groups and activists including those who work on violence against women and Margolis says, it's not just women's rights conservative politicians have in their sides the way they've used the concept of the so called traditional family to undermine women's rights but also lgbt rapes is very worry but in some ways has seen. Some success you they've managed to get people afraid and that is I think part of how they have kept power. But protesters say they will not be deterred several university faculties canceling classes tomorrow and some companies have announced a day off. So workers can protest Anthony in eleven. Scott is a sexual and reproductive health and rights activists based on more. So she says is not just young women who are taking to the streets taxi drivers joined yesterday form as join and. Some smaller towns and of the groups that has already joined the protest were actually the police officers that goes ing one of the provinces they just took their helmets off and they entered the crowd in order to participate. But not all police officers support the demonstrators that have been street clashes in Warsaw and Levin of SCO worries things might get more violent yesterday. The prime minister gave permission for the Military Police to join the police in the streets and they only do. You really believe that there is a huge risk of riots and the public turning islands. The Polish government has been accused of appointing judges loyal to the ruling party activists are hopeful that an international body like the European. Court of Human Rights could challenge the recent decision on abortion on that basis. In the meantime campaigners say they're worried about their future in Poland I asked just thrift Ska from the abortion dream, team if she's concerned about being targeted by authorities of cars every. Day that we are expecting them. So if there will be some kind of idea to close us, we will move abroad and we'll be still working will not stop for the rest says no matter what the government does women will continue to have abortions in Poland, and groups like hers will keep fighting for the right to do. So for the world I'm Morna Barry.

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Ways To Get Women Highly Involved in Retirement Planning  With Marcia Mantell

Top Advisor Marketing Podcast

07:31 min | Last month

Ways To Get Women Highly Involved in Retirement Planning With Marcia Mantell

"Hello and welcome to another top advisor marketing podcast. We don't often bring somebody on like my guest Marsha today. And here's why most wage. I don't think there's enough people like her out there. She has an author blogger a retirement industry expert and the author of a couple of books that we're going to talk about today. Now. My favorite thing about March is be fundamentally understands how important it is for you as a financial services professional to Market communicate and help women make decisions when it comes to retirement because it is different you can think to yourself that it's not but you're wrong and we're going to talk about being wrong today and how to make it right Marshall. Welcome to the boss man. Thank you so much for having me. And that was quite an intro. Well, thank you a static. Well, I did we had such a fun pre-call and I was so excited. I saw your on my calendar today and I'm like, I love this lady so wage. All right. First off it just does give us a little bit of a foundation here. How did you become a retirement industry expert in an author of multiple books? Well, you know like many things Matt wage was I fell into it happenstance and sometimes you just walk through a door because someone opened it for you and Wallah you end up having a thirty year career change in my case. I ended up walking through the door at Fidelity Investments back in nineteen. Ninety two as they were I call it inventing the rollover IRA and I got put on an account team that needed to support the marketing and product efforts for the rollover Ira which of course now has become the be-all end-all of our entire business. I thought it was exciting. It was like the wild west and it lasted for thirteen years, which was all good. But meanwhile, I had these two amazing young girls, I was trying to raise at home. And Corporate America and motherhood does not always quite aligned. So I stepped out at Fidelity and said, you know what I need to figure out something different so that I'm not always screaming at my poor kids and I started mental retirement Consulting and just hit fifteen years of doing business consultancy work with the financial firm and financial advisors around the country. Is it specifically directed at women or just your experience in the industry overall? Great idea question here. The women piece evolved over time is what I would say we started out just trying to Grapple with and get our arms around this thing called retirement, you know, in nineteen. Ninety two, the 401K was only twelve years old. Well ten years old really and we were all just trying to figure this thing out and saving for retirement. What did that mean? And you dabbled in it off? Well after thirty years, it has become abundantly clear that women have very different retirements than men they're ill-prepared and they don't even often know how to get their arms around getting themselves prepared for another 30 year chapter. So it has happened over time. It has built over time and for me, I mean you May notice Matt I am a woman. So I'm particularly concerned, you know self-serving for my own benefits and my own retirement and my own ability to navigate the very complicated Financial world that we all live in and so just over time things evolved from being broad retirement zeroing in on two women and what women really nice and how to get in this money game. So that's my travels through retirement and getting two women. I'm going to ask you a really dumb question because just me formulating the question just seems awfully ignorant on my behalf. But why is there such a difference? I mean, you know, we live in society together. Why is there such a fundamental need for financial services professionals to understand the differences in how women want to prepare for retirement and men want to repair for prepare for retirement? Why is there such a big difference wage? Well behavioral Finance would probably have some really academic wonderful. Research to answer that but I'm going to go a different route and I would tell you it's because men and women are fundamentally culturally Society wise. I live in the same Society. We see it differently in our roles are different add to that. The laws that have been written around retirement have been radically different for men and women. I'm going to give you two examples. The first is social security when Social Security was written it's a law so I mean keep in mind here. We've got some thousand five hundred pages of legal doctrine that supports Social Security and Medicare it is a law in in nineteen thirty-five when the Charming men in Congress were fighting this law called the Social Security Act. Society I'm using that in quotes Society was very much what we would consider today a traditional white family. The man worked outside the home the little woman stayed home. She certainly didn't have a job for pay and she raised the children. So the laws were written literally to protect her that the expectation was the man would be out in the world working wage earning a living and providing for his family up until age sixty-five at which point he would enter retirement so he couldn't retire early by the way, he would enter retirement and provide for her still by having earned a paycheck along the way so that's one example, so just even in our laws it set up where men and women are different and have different access to their money the other one though, that just slays me to this day. When I started in the retirement business again, nineteen, ninety two moms at home moms who did not have wages could only contribute $250 to an IRA 250. That was it the working dad the working husband could put in $2,000. She could only put in a hundred and fifty it wasn't until Nineteen Ninety Six, you know, that's like yesterday for me as a baby boomer like oh 1996, you know, I know that era only then could at home moms make equal contributions into an IRA. I still find that stunning. It's jaw-dropping. So women were not even allowed to stay home to raise their kids and be able to save for retirement. So yeah, we live in the same Society but the laws look at these gender roles these traditional roles. Yep. Very differently in the laws are written in that era it can sometimes take a really long time to change them. Yeah

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Travel To Medellin

Travel with Rick Steves

05:32 min | Last month

Travel To Medellin

"Let's open today's travel with Rick Steves travel writer Dave Seminar. He took his whole family to many in Columbia which used to have a reputation as the headquarters for a dangerous drug cartel. Our interview was recorded just before the global lockdowns kicked in. Hey. Thanks for having me on the show wreck. So you went to Medigene I, mean the image of Medina's like scariest a generation ago is one of the most dangerous cities on the planet. That's right. But but it certainly isn't any longer. I mean these days the murder rate in Medellin is lower than New Orleans Saint, Louis Chicago and several other cities as well. It's an amazing turnaround and. Tourism. Is a booming part of the economy I was just there. My son loves it so much. He bought a condo there and I was there for years this last year with him and we were standing on his balcony and and everybody was blown up fireworks and My son had a Colombian friend there with him and and we were talking about. It and when the Colombians see those fireworks, they remember in the days of Pablo. Escobar. That's what they would explode when they made a deal in the United States with the with the drug trade they're not making deals with the drug trade anymore with the Pablo Escobar outfit that's just celebrating. So they've gone from supplying America's cocaine habit to actually building A. City on live biting entrepreneurs. That's true. They I Columbia is still does produce eighty percent of the cocaine I mean to be frank. However look I went there with my ten and twelve year old sons and my wife, and I would never take them to a place that I thought was too dangerous. So I really consulted with a lot of different people before. Going, there, however, my parents and several other people said, Columbia. You're taking your sons to Columbia you nuts but I did my research and I talked to enough people who had had great experiences there that I felt comfortable doing it and we spent two weeks traveling all around the country and I felt very safe. The whole time tell us about the public tour. It was interesting. You know my wife said Pablo Escobar to are you sure that that's appropriate for our sons who are ten and twelve years old side I called one of the tour companies that had good reviews on trip advisor and he said Oh yes our tour is good for children aged six and up said really okay. Well, let's do it. We thought maybe we can teach them. Okay. He's a bad guy you know here's the. Evils of drugs and teach them a little bit about why the drug violence in and I thought maybe they a lot of it might go over their head but I thought well, they'll learn something. Let's do it but you go through a you goes through your neighborhood community thirteen, which is now trendy. It's filled with street art and is just a festival of good living not good living. It's still a poor area but a festival of happiness. Community Thirteen is sort of an interesting area I've I've found it to be one of the more disappointing stops to be honest with you on the tour I mean, it doesn't really have much to do with Pablo Escobar although it was a neighborhood that was wracked by gang violence, and then in two thousand eleven, the government installed a series of escalators there the idea was. Allowing people to be able to move safely through the community, get from their hilltop neighborhoods down to where jobs and transportation and things of that are. But when I was there in July about the experience maybe if you traveled at a different time of year, you might have an off more authentic experience, but it was absolutely full of tourists which really shocked me because here is. Sort of an impoverished neighborhood that has all credit to them. I. Think it's wonderful. They found a way to turn the violence of the neighborhood into a marketable commodity, but it was absolutely crawling with tourists and I sort of felt like, wow I really don't like going to places that are too full of tourists. So for me, it fell a little bit flat to be. Quite honest. But maybe if I visited another time of year, I would have I would have liked more. No, I don't think. So I mean I was there in the winter but to me, it was a former violence ridden gang ridden community that now is a kind of a tourist trap and it just like an amusement pier in San Francisco, almost or something like that. And what was really fun was the street art I mean, the street art was like it's like going through an art gallery and it's all this edgy colorful tropical kind of street art and you've got it all together by escalators I can imagine before those escalators came you know ten years ago you would have desperately poor people and You'd have the intimidation of the gangs and all of that and and the high murder rate and today there's there's not a hint of that and the escalators let people connect and I think you know the way Columbia has invested in its infrastructure has given poor. Barrios the confidence and the feeling that this is progress and changes possible and and one thing great about going to Medine is you write these cable cars because the city is in a very mountainous area and the poorest communities are pushed way up the mountain sides. But these cable cars, they're just like cable cars had a ski resort. They connect the people in the poor neighborhoods with the good jobs and the good shopping and the good entertainment down in the valley floor and writing these cable cars was just a kind of a celebration of community to me what was your experience on those cable cars? Well I love the cable cars just like you know I took the cable cars up to the park. RV. which is it's a long ride as interesting things that you take two different sets of cable cars. You can take one set of cable cars, which sort of goes through some of the rough hillside neighborhoods, and that one is actually fairly quite cheap to go through and actually when you're. On that first cable car, you're actually getting ordinary people who live in those neighborhoods coming on and off of your Gondola but then to go on the second. Gondola. which takes all the way up the mountain up to the park RV, which is just fantastic and I do recommend that that significantly more expensive so that that second cable you know Gondola is more for tourists in it's it. Would be too expensive for people who live in the humble neighborhoods. But as a traveler, it's worth it's worth it to do

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Travel To Medellin

Travel with Rick Steves

05:32 min | Last month

Travel To Medellin

"Let's open today's travel with Rick Steves travel writer, Dave Seminar. He took his whole family to many in Columbia which used to have a reputation as the headquarters for a dangerous drug cartel. Our interview was recorded just before the global lockdowns kicked in. Hey thanks for having me on the show wreck. So you went to Medigene I mean the image of Medina's like scariest a generation ago is one of the most dangerous cities on the planet. That's right. But but it certainly isn't any longer I mean these days the murder rate in Medellin is lower than New Orleans Saint Louis Chicago and several other cities as well. It's an amazing turnaround and Tourism. Is a booming part of the economy. I was just there. My son loves it so much. He bought a condo there and I was there for years this last year with him and we were standing on his balcony and and everybody was blown up fireworks and My son had a Colombian there with him and and we were talking about it. And when the Colombians see those fireworks, they remember in the days of Pablo Escobar. That's what they would explode when they made a deal in the United States with the with the drug trade, they're not making deals with the drug trade anymore with the Pablo Escobar outfit that's just celebrating. So they've gone from supplying America's cocaine habit to actually building a city. On live biting entrepreneurs that's true. They I Columbia is still does produce eighty percent of the cocaine I mean to be frank. However, look I went there with my ten and twelve year old sons and my wife and I would never take them to a place that I thought was too dangerous. So I really consulted with a lot of different people before. Going there however, my parents and several other people said Columbia, you're taking your sons to Columbia you nuts. But I did my research and I talked to enough people who had had great experiences there that I felt comfortable doing it and we spent two weeks traveling all around the country and I felt very safe. The whole time tell us about the public tour. It was interesting. You know my wife said Pablo Escobar, to are you sure that that's appropriate for our sons who are ten and twelve years? Old Side I called one of the tour companies that had good reviews on trip advisor and he said Oh yes. Our tour is good for children aged six and up said really okay. Well, let's do it. We thought maybe we can teach them. Okay. He's a bad guy. You know here's. The evils of drugs and teach them a little bit about why the drug violence in and I thought maybe they a lot of it might go over their head but I thought well, they'll learn something. Let's do it but you go through you goes through neighborhood community thirteen, which is now trendy it's filled with street art and is just a festival of good living not good living. It's still a poor area but a festival of happiness yeah. Community Thirteen is sort of an interesting area I've I've found it to be one of the more disappointing stops to be honest with you on the tour I. mean it doesn't really have much to do with Pablo Escobar though it was a neighborhood that was wracked by gang violence, and then in two thousand eleven, the government installed a series of escalators there the idea was. Allowing people to be able to move safely through the community get from their hilltop neighborhoods down to where jobs and transportation and things of that are. But when I was there in July about the experience maybe if you traveled at a different time of year, you might have an off more authentic experience but it was absolutely full of tourists which really shocked me because here is. Sort of an impoverished neighborhood that has all credit to them I think it's wonderful. They found a way to turn the violence of the neighborhood into a marketable commodity, but it was absolutely crawling with tourists and I sort of felt like, wow, I really don't like going to places that are too full of tourists. So for me, it fell a little bit flat to be. Quite honest. But maybe if I visited another time of year, I would have I would have liked more no I don't think so I mean I was there in the winter but to me, it was a former violence ridden gang ridden community that now is a kind of a tourist trap and it just like an amusement pier in San Francisco. Almost or something like that. And what was really fun was the street art I mean the street art was like it's like going through an art gallery and it's all this edgy colorful tropical street art and you've got it all together by escalators. I can imagine before those escalators came you know ten years ago you would have desperately poor people and You'd have the intimidation of the gangs and all of that and and the high murder rate and today there's there's not a hint of that and the escalators let people connect and I think you know the way Columbia has invested in its infrastructure has given poor barrios. The confidence and the feeling that this is progress and changes possible and and one thing great about going to Medine is you write these cable cars because the city is in a very mountainous area and the poorest communities are pushed way up the mountain sides. But these cable cars, they're just like cable cars at a ski resort they connect the people in the poor neighborhoods with the good jobs and the good shopping and the good entertainment down in the valley floor and writing these cable cars was just a kind of a celebration of community to me what was your experience on those cable cars? Well. I love the cable cars just like you know I took the cable cars up to the park RV, which is it's a long ride as interesting things that you take two different sets of cable cars. You can take one set of cable cars, which sort of goes through some of the rough hillside neighborhoods, and that one is actually fairly quite cheap to go through and actually when. You're on that first cable car. You're actually getting ordinary people who live in those neighborhoods coming on and off of your Gondola. But then to go on the second Gondola, which takes all the way up the mountain up to the park RV, which is just fantastic and I do recommend that that significantly more expensive so that that second cable you know Gondola is for tourists in its it. Would be too expensive for people who live in the humble neighborhoods. But as a traveler, it's worth it's worth it to

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"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

The Read

03:47 min | 8 months ago

"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

"I'm saying so. Many people who apply. Okay I'm not trying to be stupid and I'm like okay but you really need to watch this. Look get like it's the thing is like all of the reputable information I have seen as yes. I'm also one human being that merely smokes weed and plays Games exhau- like I am not a scientist much like most y'all or not but I'm not gonNA sit up here and be like I know for a fact all of the truth but it's hard to get into this passionate rant and some people will be going on for some things when all you have is like something that you saw on ready or any non like stand put with like you know a a missing default picture up on onto array. It's hard enough that you know. There's actually something going around killing people just wildly so just be pointing fingers and all kinds of crazy directions with nothing around that actually makes sense is just like it's not fine. Sure or not true. Some people are just not going to want to go back and forth with you about it. Yes exactly and I mean again. You can trust some random person on youtube or you can trust scientists and people who do research for a living and have. Phd's and things like that like it's it's up to you. I just choose to trust the people who actually can prove that they know what they're talking about as opposed to people who are just online for whatever fucking reason bullshitting indican around like the rest of us. So I mean and and that's that's where I leave it and I also don't take anything that the these people say about that topic. You know very seriously just always like here. You go which ridiculous. Bullshit okay. Vaccines The WESTS is. Okay got most. I'm going to laugh and say that don't make no damn sense. I'm not going to like persecute you. I'm not going like put your face up on on instagram. And say look this dumb ass the rain but it doesn't make any damn sense and it just randomly comes from some person who like released an album in two thousand and two or anything from eastern span and grow. What El- what else you're right like 'cause negroes really think that the planet is flat. They think that it hasn't it and like and will really fight you about it. They won't make any fucking sense but it doesn't change the fact that some people believe that. And what am I supposed to do about that? Exactly like my hands are tied. So I'm just refer you back to some real information that can be verified but I'm not gonNA waste a whole bunch of energy trying to get you to see my way of things nor am I gonna waste any energy actually debating which you about nothing much. My friend have her borderline ignorant opinions. Go on about my life like until it starts being a real issue like if she doesn't vaccinate her own children or something and then it's like okay. It's yeah then it's like okay like you're doing a big problem not just gonNA affect exactly but right. Now you're just saying Dumb Shit and I'm sorry that dumb shit spreads the way it does but this is America so of course. I believe I've said that before some conspiracy Rolla theories. I.

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"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

The Read

03:29 min | 8 months ago

"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

"I want to say that while I understand his point of view and wanting to be separated from her due to his. You know fee fees. I think he has to kind of accept the reality of the situation even if she could literally leave the house for any reason which she can't she has difficulties with that as it. Is You know So but like including the fact that like we all have to stay anyway. I think that if anything that should be forcing them to sort of come to terms with if the root of these feelings on both ends because while like it's kind of obvious why he needs to you know what I mean like your feelings because it's going to be with you or whatever so you want to leave but like she literally can't go and are you really going to be like completely heartless about the fact that she. I'm assuming like if she could go somewhere or when she can find a place to go she will happily leave but like. Are you really going to be like well? You need to get the fuck out Koran all. I mean like now's the time for us just kind of figure out how to make peace with the fact that you're not gonNa have that situation with her and then at the same time also gonNA curious as to why she doesn't want to be in relationship with him are our desert. WanNa do Go anywhere further than where. They've gone because they've had this connection. And whatever and moved into a place together he's been paying all of the Goddamn rant. You know what? I'm sayin' all of these things. Like what is it? I'm curious as to what is that is keeping her from taking that next. Step them lie in a really whatever it is I guess could be. I mean there are a number of things that could make it completely understandable unfair. But like do you not want to be in relationship with him because he thought he was gay right. 'cause he's buyer whatever maybe were what is it. I mean this. Maddox charity fucking around with her ex. Her attention is elsewhere. And why does she stay with him? Why can't you what? Why can she go wherever they exit? Oh I don't even think that was brought up. I think that was completely not an issue. It was that she couldn't go with our parents. I'm assuming that she can't go with that nigger either. Because why should I mean? Maybe he has a wife. I mean y'all could be anything. It could be anything like y'all have nothing but time to figure all of this out how you're going to get out of the apartment or wherever how you are going to come to terms with the fact that you were rejected or whatever And make peace in move on about you. Know your ways because it's just doesn't sound like I mean it's not an ideal situation but it's also of not one. I think that y'all can't sort of find a compromise in deal with until you have a solution you have. I mean she didn't like shoot.

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"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

The Read

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

"This is worth. And then she spoke about how she doesn't see why she would ever go on the real or needs to go on the real I guess the the talk of a cheetah girls reunion had come. A Raven said that she was down to do it on down to do whatever Adrian wants to do. I guess they're still really close friends But she also said some stuff needs to be worked out because it could go sideways. Like which had like. I don't want no problems but I will. I'm not above it. I've frankly already tired so soon. So Akili basically says she's GonNa Real. She owns pink. Agent would even work on the road because in Asia. And what have to answer as to whether she was being fake like for their entire friendship and she said they were best friends or if they were best friends and now she just don't fuck with her or something like that. So I like very much actual babysitters club S. problems like very stuff. But if we were best friends and you threaten to meet and guess what did we definitely were not best friends. No more after that will not ravens. She's saying that about she's Kate Healey aging. Okay my bet so. She's saying that she don't even believe that Adrian would want to have her on the real because she would essentially confront Adrian about this where you ever my real friend or whatever nonsense and Mama doesn't want to talk about that has seen. It was very much like keely is obviously just a regular girl at home raising kids right now but also is fully taking advantage of the fact that people know who she is and are kind of paying attention to things she has to say 'cause all very like surface petty highschool he stuff but right in like no shave. Please take all this just as somebody doesn't give a fuck about ninety all and is being you know impartial about it. Adrian has a real job where she's interviewing real celebrities and doing real things for real check. I don't think she's afraid to talk to Kelly on the real. It's more like why would he be on the real like he'll say like should have just right there with. I don't have no business being on the real because the whole idea that Adrian might be to shoot because then she would have to answer for some shit is only real if keely is somebody that people give a fuck about so in fairness kill you did also say like. I don't have anything to promote like. I'm not you know. People say typically when people go shells that promoting something so she has always at least lately when she does pop up as like she fully embraces the fact that like I'm just doing regular shit I also believe that she's taking advantage of the fact that people are paying attention to she is because she's talking about some messy right. Exactly which is what I'm saying like you were right when you said there was no reason for you to be on the real. I think everybody would agree with that. Everybody I but I also agree with. I also agree with what you're saying about like the shook nece from an like geared up confronting you right show. She's definitely not scared of confronting you. Adrian has always been and still is to this day. The biggest star like we. Don't it's not gonNA work the way you seem to think it would turn down and then Terry right and do you really want to have to face metairie and Raven and explain how you threaten to outrage. Even be involved in this. This is a cheetah girls reunion and how to thrill w one like death. Real W said ain't ever GONNA happen thing. I forgot all of three. W was not. In Cheetah girls it was just keenly and Adrian. Chicken Gate had already taken place by the time she girls came around so the jury I believe was already out of the picture added Raven and then the white girls name was Sabrina. Bray and keely and Sabrina are still friends but will like to me. Like why wouldn't you do it? Like if this is the case bitch. Imagine Being on the real now sitting that bright no staff put Lonnie and tomorrow everybody else in the audience and then Yama sits betwixt now Raven Adrian on one side bring on the other side and just have it out and I mean who running full sprint backstage. In two years a YA following them yelling at everybody. I will pay purview. Okay like I will. I will actually watch that and I don't even give but that sounds fun so no it does not care why they don't want to but only if the almonds. GonNa do.

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"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

"We'll let you know we're not playing with this bitch okay. She's not allowed to fuck when nobody nobody He won't be. It won't be anything inflammatory. And that he will use discretion in common sense letting us are you should. Are you sure that is what his team is? A shoring the public okay and I thought to myself like well. Good luck you know because all the things that kept you talked about. You can't Doodo more so I'm interested to see who this person who's new person is going today right. We'll see like you don't really have a lot of options right now. And to be frank. The influence of market is already saturated them. Hoes is already getting to desperation levels to stay paid via instagram and other social media. So you might just want to focus on the fact that you out of jail and you know do some self reflection some self growth you know come up with some hobbies star reading more or something like that but the antics start reading. Let this be the end of it. Let that Little Ohio. My like let that Little Jogi joke about why you went to prison. Be Your last. But I know he won't but I know you will but he should. I can't get over the fact that he literally looks like An. It's a could use popsicle. Have you ever had one of them? I've never even heard that string of letters before. What did you say this was just? It's easy it was popsicle yes. It was a popsicle back.

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"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

"Of the real. They announced on instagram. She showed off her rating. He looks fully comfortable in his new domesticated. Hollywood Romance. Apparently he was going to propose to her on a trip to Vietnam but Rhona said nope growing shipping and I guess he likes surprise right home with the proposal so gorgeous. Nebraska's so is absolutely beautiful. But I see all right. Does this mean her name Jeannie Jenkins now? It does not drink fact. Okay you know what the answer still no friend. She's not illegally tacking Jenkins on her name. Her no she isn't doing that. Sorry Jeannie my is the brand at this point okay. That's fine lots of people. Do I could see that understand. I just get tickled by the thought of it. She might hyphenated in her in her twitter like display or whatever but she's not changing her name for real like hundred he put Mrs Betty exactly exactly. Okay well that ought to be a very interesting weather you know. Fuck Mannie fresh sitting next to Khumbu girl or whatever. I'm just picturing Swat exists right John and.

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"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

The Read

04:24 min | 8 months ago

"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

"Face tune again picture but just for instagram and she definitely has who harp mahotas woman. Where is the okay? So she didn't post the album art on her instagram. I mean but Mimi Act has also like actually tuned or face. So I don't care. Yeah no I mean I don't you can do surgery or use filters I just feel like me. It's very obvious when you're using these filters because we have seen you and you don't look like that but okay. Yeah that's the case for many people especially folks on TV to it but you know what Sweetie I see. Now why you'll bird ask like this looking fucking single art. This is no not this ship pangloss with the peach at the TAP. It right and I see this picture before. Like she didn't shoot this picture. She didn't take this picture for this cover. I've seen this in our by eight. Shafts gives me like barbershop cassette. Yeah and I'm I'm into it. Okay all right yeah. One hundred percent friend you got She apparently also had like a little live. Get together with our old friend. Kim's L. CEAC pet surname. Yes and Chatting about how. They became friends again. Even though she called her racist correctly leaning called Kim Racist I mean and Came her daughter said Nina Hammer roaches and the Roche must've fell out one of their pussy. Something sad fact but they are kissing Kissing Instagram. Graham again which is right some eyebrows and right in the heat of that Brielle Zone brielle being Kim's all sacks daughter real is on railways jest on Instagram. Our twitter tweeting about how Donald Trump is the person and bullying him or something to that. Fucking factor. How think I must fielded he bullying somebody who's just trying to run? The country or some fluctuates meaning. Right shut up else likes you. Don't know what you're talking about little girl and it's not like ooh bullying is bad no matter who does it. Donald Trump. This is not being this. Is People calling out an elected official a public figure who more than rightly desires? It like Brio and cages right now bitch like any type of that just today at one of his fake briefing slash press conferences. He told a reporter that they wasn't never gonNA amount to shoot. What never gonna be nothing or something like that. And it's like this is the president of the Goddamn United States talking to people like this where others can see just on live. Tv is astounding. So should I- BREA? You don't know nothing about nothing. I've always looked bullying as you know. Basically being destructive or intimidating or whatever mean to someone who is vulnerable and or can't defend themselves exact. He's the fucking president of the United States of America. Robot can bully him so but again. We're talking about Brielle Zebra main whatever the fuck that way name is and her and her Mama Bowe Flett like Haribo. Gummy bears like the texture of their faces. They both look like Gumy's so that's more I think something should be concerned about. I mean and she's like what eighteen nineteen years old. Maybe something like Brielle is somebody. I'm going to from political commentary any I know. I'm sorry. Shut me up. She's twenty three but she has a Momma's fake ass blown up lips. Jesus for Good God. Yes so you're a dumb ass is not when I'm coming to for advice on anything says shut the fuck up. Go to bed Young Jesus engaged to one genie mine co host of the real. They announced on instagram. She showed off her rating. He looks fully comfortable in his new domesticated..

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"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

The Read

02:36 min | 8 months ago

"twelve years" Discussed on The Read

"Again at Yet perceivable future. Oh yes and I'm staying here for the rest of my life. I got an email. Grun has made its way into the building. Somebody here no. Oh Yeah Yep. That's what a blessing everyone this right. Good luck everybody. Time would be media need need. Let's just keep things going the way that we always do starting with black excellence there at a story about one. Joshua as nerd as hard as married. However you say name is classic once-great He created a product called. Wait for it. The cut buddy now this apparently it's been on shark tank and has been doing quite well ever since it launched in two thousand sixteen but this is the product that he created when he was thirteen years old. Basically it's Like a stenciling sort of device that allows you or helps you to give yourself a lineup. You know your beard. You're all of that kind of stuff and these should be flying offers. You know shelves or wherever singers. How a lot of frankly tired of walking around looking like animal from the most correct and so this is something that could be useful to you in your time of hair need. Possibly they've got all kinds of like really neat stuff on the website. The CUTS BUDDY DOT COM and Yeah they've been in Q. Forbes today show like I said they were on shark tank and it's just a little something else to bring you some comfort some normalcy to your routine in the house and a black man created it when he's just a week thirteen. I think that's fantastic. It is because of them. We can't even posted like Promo Code they have for. You can get fifteen percent off. This is not an ad. It's just a fact gone up there and support a black businesses. Still out here making sure that we're good. We need to be Sashimi. Ashoura and everyone at the cut. Buddy Fan tastic name. Yeah I definitely thought of something else but.

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"twelve years" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"twelve years" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Hi how are you I am. what do you make any decisions whose child's gonna go here children going to go to fight it's going to go to Friday he makes these these crazy decisions and everybody is raw raw raw for him we're talking about this country sorry Arabia was one no worse than the one of the ones that were responsible for nine one one we went down to the. there's been some allegations and accusations but it all went back to Osama bin laden and his son has month is no longer a live either so that is good news but I mean you're right but the military strong enough technology is strong enough that they're not going to be drafting people to fight this war but I mean we have to stop letting people hold us hostage and they knew exactly who they were going to hurt when they attacked these oil fields I mean we're the biggest customer Saudi Arabia has so how do we start helping our people in this country Joanne. okay you know one thing right my point when I heard one of the hosts say when this Democrat unchangeable but Democrats down for you all what has your Republicans done for this country to help him this prisoner anybody else except. when people are from a paycheck to paycheck in in that they have done nothing for twelve years but they've corrected paychecks and they got money in impact our insurance and everything else so they don't look at what's going on with the Republicans in a in a what's happening here the other interesting I want to say if you don't think we need to be our own this president call in Ukraine president in other words turn up to writing him in his own way if you don't information on body by now I didn't think there was really no legal for him to do and if we don't keep our eye on this president. she has honestly why would he do there as far as his political campaigns if people don't think nothing's wrong with that something's wrong with this country and something's wrong with with what's happening that man or that person had no right call in another country. as far as America's concert into Russian them in his own way about getting information on on bind their breasts it needs to get out of office and quickly all right all right to and you're welcome eight six six three nine one ten twenty you see I M. with all due respect to join and she's been one of my long time callers I mean but since the eighties I've been talking to Joanne I just think it comes down to people like this president. if any other president any other president would've done with the president has just done by sending a few a handful of troops there they would have applauded him and said you know what he's not going to take this lying down. but I still think so many of you people perceive that he's not presidential material even if he is the official president the commander in chief. you will buy into it and and with all due respect when you have a former president the great Jimmy Carter any was a great president. member of the United States Navy mis guys are the real deal saying it would be a disaster why would it be a disaster and would it be a disaster if we just let the guy govern and look at it from a business standpoint. there's got to be something to it when you have all of the bulls and bears on Wall Street continually buying into this guy. nobody likes all of his tactics but guess what not all of those like even our own family members at times. this country is in desperate need for a true leader show let him lead and if I were the Democrats lead by example force this man to talk issues bottom line issue something that the Democrats should be proud about keeping people working bringing corporate.

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"twelve years" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"twelve years" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"In twelve years world ending in twelve years abolished ice dimension the green new deal overturning the the nitro. That's not where where where where Joe Biden is Medicare for Medicare for all Joe Biden is not there. He is considered to be too old to white into moderate for the Democratic Party, if he could leapfrog the caucus in the nominating process and get get nominated a he would be a formidable challenge to Trump because Trump took states that Joe Biden strong in Joe Biden is considered Bokhara guy. He eats from from Scranton, Pennsylvania. Trump carry Pennsylvania. Trump carried Michigan these kinds of states where Joe Biden could do well actually had this theory that the Democrats actually accidentally went to their own party. And I actually think Nancy closer to Chuck Schumer's Joe Biden, they're actually more moderate they pretended to be far left because I just wanted to oppose Trump. Right. So they just for like anything anti-trump, we agree with green new deal fine. Then it actually brought four of these real leftists these real social as right, and it gave birth to the and now they're party is sort of imploding in their their reckoning with with antisemitism and things that are coming out of their mouths, and it's a free for all. I think that we're in the midst of a total political realignment right now because of it, and it's their own volts could've just been sensible responding Trump. They just couldn't do it. They had to pretend that he was the second coming of Hitler. And now the kind of have to contend with it, and I'm kind of having fun watching. It is fun fun to watch. You you always do the great memes on Instagram, and I'm like. That's exactly what's going on right now. It's going to be a free for all. It's going to be really entertaining. Yeah. And somehow anything that goes wrong. I'll be to blame. You know me. I'm blamed for everything these days. I'll take that. All right. Well, Larry do this thing at the end of every podcast. Well, where we want our guests to leave a to launch vibration into the world. So you got two minutes racial launch of rations. So whatever you say for two minutes, it let's say it falls on everybody's ears in the entire world. And if in their own, language course, whatever language, that's your camera bulbs. Got two minutes on the clock. Okay. On your Mark get set. Larryelder mar vibration is to all young people in this country irrespective of race respective of of color, irrespective of gender. This is the greatest country God ever created you hit the lottery when you're born in America. And if you're lucky enough to have two loving parents who helped raise you you hit the lottery again work hard invest in yourself. My father always told my brothers may the following hard. Work wins. You get out of life. What you put into it? You cannot control the outcome. But you are one hundred percent control of the effort. And before you bitch, moan and wine about what somebody did the or said, you go to the nearest mirror. Look at it and say what could have done to change the outcome. And finally, no matter how good you are how hard you work. How ethical you are sooner or later bad. Things are gonna happen. How you deal with those bad things will tell whether or not we've raised a man or woman. Wow. Now might have been my favorite we've ever done. Right. That was so right. Trump remind point one eight that we've had. Yeah. People are like omega to say that was Americans here that the shepherd showed was made possible by generous donation from Bruce bender. Thank you guys. Are watching latest episode of the Candice Owen show. I hope you guys enjoyed the conversation as much as I did as many of you guys already know Prager. You is a five on one see three nonprofit organization, which means we need your help to keep all of our content free to the public please consider making a tax deductible donation today. I would really appreciate your support..

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"twelve years" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"twelve years" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Being destroyed climate change can feel like a faraway threat. It isn't in November. Fires devastated. Our state California from to calistoga thousands of homes burned down fourteen thousand brave firefighters plunged into the flames ninety eight people lost their lives and thousands of kids school. Miles away from the fire a deep toxic smoke blanketed. San Francisco there were three weeks straight of hazardous air quality classifying San Francisco the worst air in the world. This is just one of the horrifying symptoms of climate change that are directly affecting us. And if we do not act soon things will exceleron beyond the point of no return. We know the UN has estimated that we have twelve years to save the earth before the changes are irreversible. That does not mean twelve years into those always warm outside. And there are fewer B's distinct. You twelve years before the earth spirals out of control twelve years before we are bound to a world where wildfires like those in California are always burning gears before we sent him to debt twelve years before we ourselves to oblivion as a youth movement. Twelve years might seem like a long time. But it is if we are not giving a microphone we will take one. If we are not giving a platform, we will make one. To listen, we will yell and chant and March until they do..

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"twelve years" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"twelve years" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Twelve years into the league you've had your shoulder fix two or three times. You've broken your hand a couple of times there's a twenty year old kid, and he's just foaming at the mouth when he looks at you. He wants to take you down. Although seen is a bad guy. The enforcer is a vigilante seeking to restore order and impart Justice. Here's former referee Ron aselton and some of the NHL finest enforcers defending the roles on the ice. Having words empty. They have the ultimate control and whatnot gets called. But there's some stuff that that doesn't get called. It's not going to that. That's to the enforcer to take care of. If something happens during the game so on next shot or runs your goalie. You know, blindside hit an elbow slash the stick in the face to cross check to the side of the neck. The slew footing were guy gets his feet knocked out from underneath them and slams his back of his head on the ice. Those are the types of penalties that can result in mayhem. You know, especially after missed because what's going to happen is if the players feel that we're not out there protecting them then they're going to start to protect themselves bureau. Cannibal no matter what you do if you're going to their experience someone and think that there's gonna be no retribution. You're not going to have to answer the bell. Incoming I'll take that one guy and just use now his whole team as an example and to say that one guy created this for every single one of you. So they're all my radar. If I can't get you. I'm gonna go to your best players. I wanna break your leg because him. Really, really? And when we come back.

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"twelve years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"twelve years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Your best oh thank you how can we help you i'm looking into getting a student pastor i'm looking into getting some speaking gig kind of a side hustle at camp and different things i have a background in education but i don't know how to book those first few first few spots for shoe speaking out tunities brassica question may you know i started my career in youth passer business i'm not business but in the past a ministry for quite a while for twelve years in here's one thing and cancan speak from the technical side of things but i'm gonna speak from his spirit side of things i didn't necessarily go looking for opportunities i created my own opportunities what i mean by that is i invited of the youth organizations other youth ministries that community to my church youth conferences and i was on this i was one of the speakers so what i did is abroad everything to me once i showed the community that when i love the community and i loved my youth that had opportunity to serve that opened up more doors you know our gifts will make room for us now from the technical side can't can hit an app from a career perspective but for me one thing that i've seen was i was faithful where our serving i was faithful in our community and because of that my community and that local church elevated me on my platform in that okay opened up the doors to be looked at some big names across the world i won't name them but clearly that's how got here with dave ramsey i like that advice i i'm going to add to i think it's really good bringing opportunities in in brian's in the similar position as a student pastor he's got a venue if you will he's got a platform so brian you really wanna listen to that advice and then i would just add to that by saying if that's the bring it in strategy i want to tell you how to look out in the way that you need to do that is to be super super humble and humility means i'm going to go out and speak to a group of twelve kids yeah i'm gonna go speak to a group eighteen kids and i'm gonna keep speaking to him and i'm gonna look for every opportunity to go speak whether it be a breakout session at a local youth of it in your area it's not about size of the audience it's about impact and when i talked to people who wanna be speakers and authors like anthony our blessed to be people sometimes overlook look how small anthony and i started we can post stories of how we just had to put ourselves out there and show that one we had the right heart yeah to we had something to say and three that we had the potential to get better at sane desk you know sometimes people forget that when you're in the business of content as a speaker a writer a radio show host at the end of the day the audience is going to tell you whether or not you're good enough come on man you got to move people got to move you got to help them and you know a pastor will not make it very long if he's awful at delivering sermons am i right so brian you need to put yourself out there in and get some gigs for this purpose to get feedback then once you get the feedback work on it can another way to get the feedback is that way getting some games but also using your social media to deliver your message your content what you want to be known for and if you're good you're going to see more life so you're gonna see more views you're going to see more repos and you can see what content is being relatable audience that you're trying to reach so i would save it for any youth pasa for anyone who wants to be a speaker hey i'm going to him hats off to you but it's not just that easy you have to make sure that your content is is relatable to the audience that you're trying to reach so instead of posting selfies instead of you posting what shoes you're wearing clothes you burn today turn your page into a hey i'm going it's going to deliver good continents can help life transfer your life.

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"twelve years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"twelve years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Have you got an honor to speak with your best oh thank you how can we help you i'm looking into getting a student pastor and i'm looking into getting some speaking gig that kind of a side hustle camps and different things i have a background in education but i just don't know how to book those first few first few spot for shoes speaking out the tunities brass good question may you know i started my career any youth passer business not business behind the youth pastor ministry for quite a while for twelve years in in here's one thing in can can speak from the technical side of things but i'm gonna speak from his spirits side of things i didn't necessarily go looking for opportunities i created my own opportunities what are mean by that is i invited of the organizations of the youth ministries that community to my church youth conferences and i was on this was one of the speakers so what i did is abroad everything to me once i showed the community that one i love the community and i loved my youth that had opportunity to serve that opened up more doors you know our gifts will make room for us now from a technical side can't internet from a career perspective but for me one thing that i've seen was i was faithful where i was serving i was faithful in my community and because of that my community and that local church elevated me on my platform in that open up the doors to be looked at some big names across the world i won't name them but clearly that's how got here with dave ramsey i like that advice i i'm going to add to i think it's really good bringing opportunities in in brian's in similar position as a student pastor he's got a venue if you will he's got a platform so brian you really wanna listen to that advice and then i would just add to that by saying if that's the bring it in strategy i want to tell you how to look out in the way that you need to do that is to be super super humble desk good and humility means i'm going to go out and speak to a group of twelve kids yeah i'm gonna go speak to a group eighteen kids and i'm gonna keep speaking to him i'm look for every opportunity to go speak whether it be a breakout session at a local youth of it in your area it's not about size of the audience it's about impact and when i talked to people who wanna be speakers and authors like anthony our blessed to be people sometimes overlook look how small anthony and i started we can tell some stories of how we just had to put ourselves out there and show that one we had the right heart yeah to we had something to say and three that we had the potential to get better at sane you know sometimes people forget that when you're in the business of content as a speaker a writer a radio show host the other day the audience is going to tell you whether or not you're good enough come on you got to move people got to you got to help them and you know a pastor will not make it very long if he's awful at delivering sermons that's true am i right that's so so brian you need to put yourself out there and and get some gigs for this purpose to get feedback then once you get the feedback work on another way to get the feedback is that getting some gays but also using your social media to deliver your message your content what you want to be known for and if you're good you're going to see more lice you're gonna see more views you're going to see more repose and you can see what content is being relatable audience that you're trying to reach so i was save it for any youth a free anyone who wants to be a speaker hey my head i'm going to say hats off to you but it's not just that easy you have to make sure that your content is is relatable to audience that you're trying to reach so instead of posting selfies instead of you posting what shoes you're wearing the clothes you're wearing today turn your page into a hey i'm going to deliver good content it's gonna help a transfer your life and if it happens good get speaking gauged often as a student pastor to.

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"twelve years" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"twelve years" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"And doing a delicate balancing act and not takes us to help it's been a local food hub for twelve years in the north and a health and like four years ago we opened up a beautiful space that's like wide open sean gallagher owner of lyon bright a cafe in wine bar wait lion and bright to huge bars the lion bar in the bright bar the bright bars the morning bar that gives you coffee right your day reading idea and then the lion bars like the the nighttime when the lionheart comes out and you know very tasks courageous soul expresses itself from the beginning sean wanted line bright had these two speeds daytime cafe evening local restaurant working in the space during the days seemed like a natural fit the north end of halifax was dying for more sophisticated spaces for people to congregate like third spaces the hub halifax which is downtown co working space closed down and so the creative community kind of all migrated back to their neighborhood where they live throughout the day the our big communal tables just got positive people planning ideas and they love the the fact that it's like you know a pretty free flowing space with lots of fuel coffee and booze but they could also with their laptops gives them work done collaborate on things and then come back and party at night and it looked like at least in the day they're designated workspaces from the pictures that i saw that right yeah for sure we're pretty casual in the beginning for years ago and and now we've designated the co working spaces so we have two large harvest abel's and sort of give people access to plugs and make those co working spaces specifically from like seven thirty in the morning till eleven o'clock it's a cafe but eleven o'clock we take the bench over with all those beautiful deuces and for top tables high top tables the bars and reset those to sell local food and so we tell people hayward retaining the section the restaurants opening now so far so good right but this past fall when this segment first aired things got a bit trickier so as i understand that there was some controversy back in october when you sort of got more upfront about enforcing this model of the difference between the cafe and the restaurant so can explain what happened i think the transition from day into night was the the big part where we said we don't want to tell people every time that they come in that they're not allowed to use laptops and use negative language like no dot so out so we switched it up and said who's your screens meet your neighbors that was a sign that we put on the tables to say that you know are are bistro on our bar is now open we're no longer casual be show cafe with spaces designated for you to come co workout we're now actually a restaurant at a bar and we've been wanting to do this from the beginning we did do this from the beginning but there's kind of slip where people became super used to using those tables during the week it was slow like beginning of the week and on the weekend is slammed to use those tables as working spaces and carry on those projects or whatever that they're working on and it's just killing the i noticed that as the business owner the one taking all the risks i realize that people were just walking by because they were seen people working on their screens at night on these lower nights and it killed the vibe i went back to my original vision and it's like it's not to come work in this space because it's a beauty space it's common congregate and sell local food for what was some of the pushback that you got from some of your clientele people feeling so they could use their space the way they've always used it why the sudden change i guess but i think the push back was misreading communication so there's a bunch of social media tirades going on about you know special interest groups like people that.

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"twelve years" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"twelve years" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"Business in ninety nine and ninety seven i met a man who i thought was my guardian angel i was very burntout fourteen as a day for twelve years to keep you know a good income for me a good income for my staff i only fired one person but that's because they stole from us i move people around the coach was completely different from an american working out i have to say that it was a real family oganization my door's always open i was always dealing with personal problems that they had that they felt they could come and talk to me about anyway this guy when his in his on his wife charger came and helped me help me through the death of my stepmother which was again if ellie big event in my life 'cause she'd been my stepmother longer than my mother had been my mother and he just said okay darling i'll take care of everything for you you're so exhausted you're sober tau just leave everything to me so we stayed together in england until two thousand five we moved over to this country and he wasn't who he pretended to be he was actually a narcissistic sociopath and he stole everything from me he married may when he was married to still married to his ex wife in england that was just a bureaucratic thing he hasn't got a divorce he wasn't living double life nothing nothing exciting like that and he took over money i had from the company and left me with back accounts in in collections.

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"twelve years" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"twelve years" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Jason's mom's head twelve years later cuts twelve years later my little boy his name is jason said his mother and jason said and he'll do whatever mother says like a good little boy rise jason whatever happens you will never die fine cool but you gustavo into that then i've heard you do anything in a in a long time it's my jason you gotta show props clue i would say that that is that is fan fiction yes and it's not not in creepy pasta that's fantastic well this is about fan fiction do i guess it is a obviously would last time we discovered last time i learned all about lemons oh yes that's right yeah yeah thank god i'm not gonna read any of that again thank god that was good story though it is it's an interesting story it's a story we know fifty she hugh same exact story we know log yeah the things are completely against the character of the slightly worse dialogue than the actual movie which doesn't really have great dialogue to begin with but yeah okay cool having bacon is killed in that movie yeah the aero through the bed always do i love i love friday thirteenth i will always like i mean i do connect jason to you kissel of course only just because of the breathing well that's true and the being bullied because you're big and you want to come back but we didn't keep tiny when he was because every time he was still big and he was big for his age okay yes and he had he had elephant man whatever that is the man.

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"twelve years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"twelve years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Twelve years this but they gave him we would be forty three years old when he was released i couldn't even imagine myself at such an age roy understood the twelve years wasn't eternity because he sobbed right there at the defendant's table his knees gave way and he fell into his chair the judge pause and demanded that roy bear this news on his feet he stood again and cried not like a baby but in the way that only a grown man can cry from the bottom up his feet up through his torso and finally through his mouth that's author tertiary jones reading from her new novel and american marriage with the story of a young african american couple travelling through rural louisiana when something goes horribly wrong dairy joined wnyc's rebecca carol in a conversation recently as part of the takeaways book clubs theories reading the reckon israeli thank you for being here thanks for having me recalling this book series reading the reckoning um in in part because we are in this year's watershed moment of me to and times up in a gender disparity equality not in the books were choosing or talking about not necessarily dealing specifically with the reckoning but have fallen in publication during the reckoning and so what does it feel like as a black woman telling the story of an african american marriage and the prison system and mass incarceration and police brutality and they'll forget the rape of of which he is accused i think at that right into the mix i mean i do think about this as a really intersectional novel i don't think that you can talk about any one of these issues by themselves roy as an innocent man he is wrongfully accused of rape but you know he is the woman miss identifies how she's that lying on him she miss identified him make that clarification she she missed identifies she's not lying she's not lying in that she believes that he is the person she is wrong but she believes that he is the person i mean it's very tricky right because they think about i witness testimony it is simultaneously the most convincing it also the least reliable and you know there's so many stories about like when police show people lineups everyone else in a lineup may be an say um a mug shot and then another person is not an mugshot.

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