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"twins house" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"It was just a weird time. And then I ended up getting pregnant and I had a really difficult pregnancy. So I couldn't work while I was pregnant, and then now I have a one year old baby. So the set work and celebrity clients hasn't been what it used to be for me. And now that I've been nailing Hollywood has grown so much and there's so many exciting things we have going on and I'm really tied down with the business. Side of things. So as passionate as I am about taking care of people and doing nails, I'm not really taking clients actively at this time. Not to say that's not going to change. I have amazing support with my family, so I'm able to take that time away if I need it, but right now it's not something that I'm doing frequently. So are you like, okay, your mama bear to your one year old, but are you also like mama bear to all these nail styles that are part of your agency? What do you do for them? What's your job as the head of their agency? Yeah, so our job is to create deep connections with our clients, different brands, publicist PR companies and see how we can help our artists elevate the brands that they work with. So that's one side of things. So just keeping those relationships alive. Also, our relationships with producers, publicists who represent different celebrities, and just making sure that the work is coming in that the work keeps on coming back. We also negotiate all of our artists contracts to make sure that if they're working with a brand, that there's nothing in there that could put them in a bad position or prevent future opportunities. We have an artist who actually wrote a really beautiful nail art deck. I think I might have mentioned this to you before, but we helped her get that together. What's her name? Her name's hung Wen, the hang edit on Instagram. She's unbelievably talented. And this is launching in March. So really, we are, I mean, the agent, the talent managers, I guess you could say, for the incredibly talented artists that we represent, and just take care of them. And anything they need, we have them. And of course, we coordinate and organize their schedules. There's a lot that goes into that. But yeah, their go to people. We love our artists. We're I'd say more boutique agency. So we have a very close knit group of people that have all different offerings. That's another thing I feel like is very unique about us is that each of our artists that we work with, we call them nail stylus. They have a different thing that they specialize in. So it's important to us too as we expand the agency that we're bringing people into the mix who are offering different things. What are these different things? Because I know there's people out there like what are you talking about? You just put polish on a nail. I realize nail art has exploded in the last decade. There are so many ways to design a nail. But what are some of the ways you're talking about? Yeah, so I think that everybody has their different styles that they do. So like, for example, hung is her whole thing is like really fun, contemporary modern nail art that uses a lot of negative space. So that's kind of her thing. She does work with gel, but she's mostly a lacquer kind of gal, so she stays in that world. She also is a classically trained painter, so she does a lot of really cool, unique outside of the box type of nail art that's not just like a pretty design but super creative. So like, for example, she did a campaign with tic tac. And their main message is that they have like a hundred layers of flavor. So she did, she built a tic tac on her nail with a hundred layers of polish. So like she does just really cool, fun things like that. It's crazy. Like I'll have to tag you in it on Instagram. But so that's her thing. And then we have our artist queenie. She's really amazing at the celebrity stuff, red carpet, really ahead of trends such as sex trends. Yeah, she's amazing. By queenie. So that's her thing, then we have another artist named Rachel Joseph, who she's actually from New York. She's only been in LA for about a year or so now, but she's really great at a lot of the celebrity red carpet stuff she specializes in more like clean beauty. She only works with natural nails where queenie works with nail enhancements and all those things. And then we have this other content creator who's insanely talented. Her name is Samsung Kim and she does a lot of really dimensional nail art. So like she has, for example, the sculpted nail set that she created where it has little hinge on the top and you like lift it up and it exposes like a 3D heart that she has sculpted. She it's really wild. Did you see it? It looks like a faberge egg come to life. It's insane. Or like a musical box or something. That's like straight up fine art and it just happened to go on someone's nail. It's crazy. Exactly. But as you're describing all these other people, what's the mask thing? I know you're not working, but where did you fit into this? Are you the crystal girl? I'm the crystal girl. So it's funny. What does that mean? It kind of ties into my original goal of the salon. So let's just take a step back for a second to that moment. When I met Jenna and quickly started working with a lot of celebrity clients. So I know a good opportunity when I see one. And after a few months of working regularly, I was like, okay, let's just listen to the path of the universe put me on here. And go with it. But at the same time, it was very important to me that I didn't get wrapped up in another career that I didn't have complete control over. So I kind of took a step back and I thought, okay, well I have these beautiful protocols that I designed for a salon setting using the crystals. How can I bring this into people's homes and make this a really special service that I can do with somebody one on one? And that's when I created the crystal healing manicure. And with that, I would do a chakra assessment of my clients and then based on their energetic needs, I would make different custom blended like oils and sprays and lotions and I would go to their home and I would use all these products on them and then I'd give them an amazing manicure and put crystals on their nails. So that's the thing. We're the crystals like embellishment crystals or crystals that were meant to help with this whole chakra. Exactly. Crystals that were meant to help with the whole chakra thing. So I'm going to just full disclosure. I'm such a skeptic, an open minded skeptic. Yeah. What can a chakra healing do for someone? What's going on? Here's the thing, is that you can't push it on anyone. I never push it on anyone. I just know for me, I've always been very, very drawn to crystals ever since I was a kid growing up, funny in a suburb of Philly, which I know you're familiar with. I had neighbors who were witches, and they had this huge pink rose quartz in their backyard. And I just wild. So I lived in a neighborhood where the houses were like twin houses and my best friend lived in the house attached to them. And we could see from her bedroom window into their yard. And they used to have all of these like crazy ceremonies and stuff. It was really wild. So I felt just super attracted to this pink rock, and I would just go over there and touch it, put my body on it and just feel it. And I could feel that there was something there. And it wasn't until I was older, and I was living in New York City. And somebody had gifted me a crystal that was blessed by a shaman, where I really felt the energy, like I could feel it in the palm of my hand. And I would bring that crystal with me to like new business pitches when I was working in advertising and just keep it around and getting more and more into it. And then of course coming to LA, it's like the crystal capital. They're everywhere. So then I found myself turning to crystals to help relieve physical pain. So like I was having sinus surgery and I went to my local crystal shop and I picked up some carnelian in a few other things. And I have a lot of allergies to pain medication. So
"twins house" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Of their stuff is still at home, including the medication that danette takes for her seizures. And remember, they had like 20 bucks at most, even in 1990, that's not gonna last for very long. So, again, there are red flags left and right with the investigator handles a lot of missing person cases in the area. And he says he knows that most of them are just runaways. According to Augusta chronicle reporter carmella Thomas, 70 children are reported missing every month on average in Richmond county. And investigator ship told the reporter that most of them are back within a couple of days. But while they're gone, they cause a lot of manpower and shortage issues for police. But in my mind I'm like hi, it's been more than a couple of days and they're not back. So why he's lumping them in with all of these other cases is beyond me. Maybe because their teens he's just like used to teens running away maybe because they're black and live in the projects. Maybe he's jaded. I mean, it could be a combination of all of that. And there's also other factors that could be at play. Augusta has pockets of extreme wealth and extreme poverty with major disparities from one neighborhood to the next. I mean, this city is home to the Augusta national, which is considered the most exclusive golf club in the world. And that's where the famous masters golf tournament is held every year. And its members include people like Warren Buffett. But according to the fall line podcast, there's also an underbelly of sex trafficking, drugs, and other crimes in Augusta. And it's possible that some of these things are played down so that tourism doesn't suffer. I mean, that year of the masters was held in early April, just a few weeks after the twins vanished. And I don't know if that played a role in how people decided to publicize their disappearance, but there was virtually no media coverage about the girls. Shante told us that she remembers like too quick TV news segments, but like blink and you'll miss it kind of thing. In the effect of this is that a lot of people even in their own community don't even know that the twins are missing. So no one's really looking for them. And even though things look the same to the outside world, inside the twins house everything has changed overnight. The boisterous happy home that shante grew up in is just a memory. Now it's like there's this heavy cloud of fear and sadness hanging over them at all times. Chante says she stayed inside as much as she could. She was afraid to go out. You see, she had actually begged the twins to let her tag along that afternoon, but they said no, they'd be back soon, like don't bother. And they might have thought, you know, she's our little sister, maybe she was going to slow them down. But she keeps thinking, what if they had said yes, would she have disappeared too? Would the outcome have changed in some way? And it's something that she just spirals on. Like she can not stop thinking about it. Now, meanwhile, the family's church rallies around them. Members drive around town looking for the girls. They stop by with food and words of encouragement. And they tell the grieving mom not to give up. Keep calling the police for updates, even though they don't return your calls. Keep asking for answers. Do what you have to do to find a net and Jeanette. So that's what she does, and shante told us that finally a few weeks after the family's initial meeting with investigator ship, he stops by the House to give them an update. This episode
"twins house" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"With gene grad. Yeah ryan look at this remo. He's hanging from the crown roun- yeah not in the movie. Not practical effect through. He would be like eight hundred feet. Tall scale was right any right. Yeah all right sorry well. Something big is happening this weekend and it depends what you're going to tune in for. Donald trump will be providing the commentary for the evanger holyfield vitor belfort match at the hard rock hotel and casino in hollywood florida on saturday at tmz reports that sources close to the negotiations. Say he's making an obscene amount of money for his services social media company trailer which is promoting the fight is paying trump and trump. Junior millions for their live. Alternative commentary is vitor belfort today. May guy holyfield's obviously not veto war. Is he a heavyweight. You guys are now. I don't know if he's a heavyweight. Is this a boxing match. Yeah okay so holyfield but engage in. I don't think he would. Sometimes they do some sort of hybrid thing where it's like you can use feet but no grappling or some version of that but this is just straight boxing right. Yeah so towers privately. Eighteen years younger than the vendors probably like fifty six fifty seven and v. Eight fifty eight and Veto probably thirty six. Thirty eight or some of containment could be interesting. So do we hear this with the feed and in what veto is forty four years on But in in some of the reports i read they called it. He's doing play by play. I don't know how it's going to be a pay per view. It has to be. Yeah gary says yes. I don't like this because in the day there was like a pay per view like back in the day every eighteen months. There's a pay per view. I come home the other night. And i'm saying when i'm watching the pay per view and it's yeah it's got the tick-tock guy. He's fighting broomstick. What forty nine bucks. There's fucking pay per view every week now and everyone. My son wants in on all of it. The definitive pay per view event of my young lifetime entire lifetime hogan vs andre the giant body slam dunk body. Slanted pontiac silverdome. That would have been. My brother's mind was having to go to the twins house. Amy angie's so we could all pitch in. Everyone had to give ten dollars so we could watch the new kids on the block concert. Pay with a pay per view is right up there with having a package delivered to your home. Yeah i made it from zero to thirty four without having fucking box brought to my house. Nothing showed up now. Everything shows up every goddamn day. And there's a pay per view day goes by my buddy. Ray had got the black box from the cable guy. The cable guy. I slipped one hundred bucks and it gives you the black box and that's what we do. Just everyone pile over to raise house and watch whatever the fight was but no one couldn't dream of now being pain for speaking of that evil knievel had the first pay per view when he jumped snake river. He had pay per view. But you'd have to go to like mann's chinese theatre yeah. It was atrocious failure. But it was it was the beginning would do like closed circuit things. They call and i was a pay per view. But it's like you couldn't go to manila to watch ali fight but you could go to new jersey and they really beam it into the theater hanged by technology. Yeah to do that. Well i think this is a good angle. Because i don't really be as you know anything about boxing. I'd watch the shit out of that. I'd love to see trump. Do the play by play modified. I'd love to watch that. He's gonna make it about himself. He's ever had heavy bag. In my opinion. I don't think he really now now. Which makes it better than he did was in the audience for many many brisk huge madison square garden. I've probably seen you know. Holyfield and tyson and pray. You probably goes back to ali. Because he's new york. Yeah the big fights are always madison square garden. It's always the people wanting to be sitting or atlantic city. And he's been some of those ali fights when he was twenty three. Yeah he's the colored guy now the play by play guy. Let's talk nicholas cage. He's doing a western set to play the lead and movie called the old way. A man i ever western. He's been involved in. According to the hollywood reporter. True keesa said cage will play colton briggs. He's a former gunslinger. Who now runs a general store and lives quietly with his family. But when a gang of outlaws murders his wife and cold-blood briggs returns home to find his world burning. He unearths his sidearm and saddles up with an unlikely partner. His twelve year old daughter. Chris can you find movies. Was my man show called movies. Men do wanna see 'cause we did movies men don't wanna see but there was a western one in i think it starred charles bronson and you can I can that's enough to go off if it was a man show bit. This reminds me that because is like he was this and then he retired but then they ask why and now he's got a kick ass. This is unforgiven a little girl. Yep right or a true grit sure. Yeah that is a little girl. That's exactly why i said it. I know we all respect clinics would do not talking about clinton. He's ninety three now like is he getting too old. Do star in a movie. It has a movie coming out. I kinda what i'm saying. Here's movies make money. There do well critically for the most part and come in under budget. Politics clearly dies. I also everybody knows where to clint eastwood. Said he's does takes in your home to play golf because moves come in under budget and on schedule and therefore he'll make movies forever but you think about it. He is ninety two nine hundred ninety one ninety one. My dad is turning ninety. And it's like that's all. I mean he's he's not getting off that chair with that. That's going to take ten minutes riding or since and hitting your mark and you know we don't even when you're young you don't want to think about go hang around with a ninety year old dane last sue and shit. There's certainly not in charge. No they're not looking view finder. Nuton what is it called the tv city. What you people. Tv village video valley alliteration confuse a circuit city. John tuesday the clinton prolific to probably averages a movie a year. Yeah all right so ever movies. Men want to see but there is one western theme one thing you can find it so it's the first how okay we can watch reminded me.
"twins house" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Kyle Larson and 10th, Chris Buscher. Tyler Reddick Right now is 11th. Ross Chastain as 12, Kurt Busch 13th, Joey Logano, 14th 15th, Austin Dillon Martin Trucks, Junior is 16. Brad Keselowski 17th, Michael McDowell, 18th Eric Jones, 19 Kevin Harvick is 20th 21st is Cole Custer, AJ Allmendinger 22nd Ricky Stenhouse Jr is 23rd with Bubba Wallace 24th. Justin Haley goes 25th Ty Dillon 26th 27th is Ryan Newman 28 Josh Maliki 29th This Corey Lovejoy and 30th This James Davison 31st Cody Ware. And then this is going to change because Eric L. Merola running in front of Ryan Blaney, 32nd and 33rd, but remember, they pitted. And wait for them to cycle around after the pit stops. Eric L. Merola 32nd Ryan Blaney 33rd at the moment, Anthony Alfredo At the moment being scored 34th. He brought out the caution flag. Twin House 35th, Kyle, Tilly 36, Daniel Suarez, Austin Cindric, Ryan Evers Lee and Ryan priests. 37 38 39 40. And they are out of the race. And that is the voice of Jeff Struggle. My name's Alex Hayden were high atop the start finish line here in the main control tower at Road America. Steve Post is over there and turns one and two. Then you've got Dave Moody and turned three and into turn for Mike Bagley has turned five all locked up. Eric Morris is up at the top of the hill by the Corvette Bridge and turned six Ternate is patrolled by Jason Toy. Kyle Ricky's over in the action spot and the kink over on the backstretch. Canada Corner is being covered under the watchful eyes of Kurt Becker and Tim Cattle. Fam O has everything covered on the final corner before they get back to the main straightaway. That's turned 14 with Kim Kun. Pete Pistone e on the pit lane. So we're going to see Chase Elliott and Kyle Busch come off of turn number 14 here in just a matter of a moment or two. Will they elect to come to pit road? You heard Kim kun say the right on the window. What would you rather do? I guess Alex get the fuel now and try to save it. Is there an opportunity to maybe pit a little bit later and keep your Put on the throttle. I mean, that's why the crew chiefs get paid a lot of money. What do you do at this particular point in the race when you're literally right there on the window since my paycheck as zeros across the board, I say you pit Now get the fuel. Then you can come back out and just race your way to the checkered flag and is the pit lane opens up. Jeff, What are we seeing? We're seeing everybody come to pit road. Nobody staying on the race track, Maybe one or two stragglers well back. But all of the top 20 heading onto pit road. You gotta bust a stop off here, Pete pus, Tony, You've got to try to get track position. You can do it right now on pit road, and you got to make sure you don't make any mistakes is you're right. Pit road is open. Ross Chastain is in Austin Dillon is in. Tyler Reddick is in four tires. Sonoco fuel, four tires.
"twins house" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Of recommendations expressed by Dan are his own and do not necessarily represent the opinions of this station or any of the show's sponsors. 6 10 363 11 10 fucking a rich from North Carolina and which was finishing up with some questions that he had So let me go back to rich. Go ahead rich. Thank you very much. So, the second question is this, Dan? So after I pulled out from the stock market invested in the couple single family homes, I fixed them up, rented him out. Um, And in the past, I've heard you say that that's really good investment. But when I moved, I sold them. I bought another one, and I'm presently rehabbing. I know that landlords in this area for the last year Cove. It Have not been able to eat Vic people for nonpayment of rent due to the Socialist administration policies in the state, and it still might continue. Who knows so When I'm done we having this house I am Tauron between selling it or not selling it and running it out. Considering I know you've been a portfolio manager for many, many years, Dan, What's your take on the possibility of hyperinflation and what holding stocks really help in that situation? Or would hold in real estate. Be better because I thought in hyperinflation on Lee, real estate, gold, silver, hard goods and hand would help you get through those times. Those or anything else and accomplished and what would holding stocks do? So in holding real estate you're gonna have issues with values on house is going down. That may not be an issue for you. Because you might say it doesn't matter to me. I'm running. I'm not going to be selling, but I just throw that out to you. So the value of your house, My wife and I bought our first house. During the Jimmy Carter years. We had a 14% mortgage because we got a good deal. We got a good deal because I went via, but just to give an example of how depressed the house was, I pay $32,000 for it. Was an old twin house and I sold it for 74,000 in two years because once the inflation was over, of course, and things started come back to some sense of normalizing. We saw the prices go up. So I would say that it'll be somewhat of a renter's market if we have a hyperinflation situation, So if you are a landlord and you are Not a renter's market, a landlord market in that there will probably be an abundant of abundance of Renner's that that aren't going to be in a position. To buy a house or won't want to buy house, so I think that Um so I I I don't So I don't think that we all stayed as a hard asset. Is going to be a great investment from an appreciation perspective. That's not gonna that's not gonna happen during hyperinflation, but as far as an income perspective, with the exception Off the the progressive leadership in the state of North Carolina on what they might demand for. A period of time. Now it's going to be very difficulty to demand that when everybody around hit them stop, stop demanding that and, um You know, but nonetheless, it could be. That could be an issue. I would say that if you don't Need income. If you're if you're right holding the rental property. As an investment. Of course you're making the income from it. If you're doing that. And it is, you know, you need the income. Where, uh, you know, to supplement your current income. Then I would go ahead and finish it off is a rental unit. I may hesitate to put it on the market for a period of time to see what the what happens with the law. But I would say Continue. If you're not in a situation where let's say you need, you know a certainly a percentage. Of money to help supplement your income. Then then, um I would. You know, I would. Yes, I would sell the house. I'd flip it and sell it. See if you can make some money off it. Um, that's how that's what I would. I mean, I think that's the best course of action. Here's the other thing. Having said all that I know what we're reading and seeing and talking about everybody's I I highly I highly doubt That we will get into a hyper inflation area. Not because off fundamentals not because we shouldn't by all accounts, but probably because That the Treasury Department knows that the country will go back corrupt. If that happens, because, um, you know, we'll be paying trillions of dollars to service our debt if we get into a hyper inflation area. You know, people talk about the Federal Reserve raising rates when things get better, or that it is going to be really, really hard for the Federal Reserve to raise rates because Just they're going to be getting so much political pressure not to do it, and the pressure is going to come in the form of okay. Whoever the Treasury whoever the chairman, is it sign Um, just know that you know that the bankruptcy of America will be written in the history books as your as your fault, You know, um there's not It's gonna be very difficult to do that so But at the same time there's going to be an organic inflation. So during the Jimmy Carter years, the last time we had hyper inflation was Yeah. Yeah, it was due to the two, um, the rates constantly. Going up up up, raising the rates at the Federal Reserve lending window constantly going up. And now if we have inflation Hyperinflation. It would have to be an organic hyperinflation. So right now, the Federal Reserve has done nothing to raise interest rates. Yet interest rates are going up. And so they've done nothing to really other than talk about that, like 2% inflation and inflation is up over 2% and will likely continue. To go up whether they do anything or not. Will it ever get to a hyperinflation situation? I don't know. It's going to be I You know, we've never really Had, uh enough history about organic hyperinflation, You know, just organically getting higher because of circumstances like wages going up. Not enough workers on economy that is still moving forward in the midst of all that, and again, the self induced slowing down the economy. Of higher prices for things begin to just weigh on the inflation numbers, and they continue to get up to what we might consider a hyperinflation. I don't know if we could have that again. I don't have that. I just I really just don't know. I think it's extremely unlikely based on the fundamental principles of how inflation related to monetary policy works, so I find it hard to believe that we could get into Ah hyperinflation situation, But what would drive that would be The devaluation of the U. S dollar and that can happen. Organically to that can happen without in any intervention. I would argue that has happened many, many times. They just haven't been periods of time that have lasted long enough. To make any difference, So I think the eurozone is in extreme danger of that happening, so that could happen as well. That just the devaluation of the dollar causes monumental problems and you know, 11 would say a A Berkshire Hathaway would say, Well, you know, we need to have hard assets, but to them hard assets is going to be things like some gold, some silver railroads. Um, um, mining operations literally. Oil wells. You know those kinds of hard assets, not necessarily residential real estate. So, um I don't know. It's really a hard call to make. Um I probably wouldn't try to make the call. If I were you, I would just do even though you may be wrong that we might not get the hyperinflation. At the same time, it may be the right thing to do is not exposure self to it. On now. And so if it doesn't happen, then you could have done the other but not doing the others Not going to hurt you if you excuse me, Damn. So you're saying You're saying that not exposing myself is not selling the real estate. Yes. Oh, well, no, No. Yes. Oh, it not exposing yourself. What are exposing yourself would be to maintain a rental unit. That you're not going to be able to sell, and you're not going to be able to maybe get renters because the economy is so bad. So that's what could happen with holding on To the real estate..
"twins house" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"I'm going to the economy of a serious topic rain. Then a dance. Dance element behind it In open courts on the original song that they kind of sprinkle on the remake at the dove shitter. Yeah y'all have a lyric question as i'm looking at this settlers role. You asked earlier. If i needed to look up the lyrics for any part of that dude's verse to what they're saying and that didn't happen to me with any of the rat vs on here really any of the songs until i got to frieda and i i looked i looked at the lyrics and just to see if anyone else had the same thought you know you can go on genius. I'm like annotate the lyrics but she has this line in there about building. A bridge. Like frida wait a minute. I think you're talking about and obviously yang frida calls like this very famous. Nineteen twenties painter. she did a lot of really really intense self-portraits because of all these different issues. He was having pain and all this stuff. But she's famous for her eyebrow. Yeah you think. She was referring to building a bridge connecting the space eyebrows. No not at all you so you don't know what that's in reference to. I don't know what building a bridge and freedom collar reference yet it's actually pretty dope and is actually one of the main point so great sideways main that i had laid out all right. I'm back says chain spans depends on. I'll edit this part out one lead season so yeah the bridge part. It's actually one of the parts of this album in the reference in general so free to like you mentioned. She's a painter from the twenties and thirties. She lived in a house with her partner at the time. Forgive me some last name. Rivera the eco home diego but they lived in like twin houses The each state in their own house and then they had a bridge up top that where they can go back and forth at one of the gotta shout genie santiago christiane jamila woods I think we practices song. Time to create eh But the idea of what my question to you guys following is it possible to have a relationship and to you know have space where you're not Together i guess rephrase relationship would benefit for you know the partners to have their own space the bridge where they come together but you sleep in different beds in different locations so the idea of like you know the yes together but we can walk away when we got..