27 Burst results for "Valentin"
Fresh update on "valentin" discussed on The Alchemical Mind
"The issue here ultimately stems from the true nature of Jesus and this is an argument that has been going on for two thousand years as we can already see this is early, you know, 100 wish a d and just the Minor Detail could make a big difference because like I said, the idea of a trying God is not anything that modern Christmas would be unaware of right everyone knows the father-son team spirit, right we talked about last time how the Holy Spirit kind of used to be the my Divine mother and has that's kind of Gone Away now, it's just just a gender-neutral spirit in the childbirth. Evolved into a son because Jesus was a male figure, whereas before the child that it needs to be. I mean often it was interpreted as a male child, but that's because that's the way things work back and we have to forget about the general way that Traditions were passed on to families. So the way that Roman economics were set up where when nah father died. The father's possessions went to the eldest son. This would have been true in certain Jewish Traditions as well and and just all around the Middle East and the Mediterranean world. So, of course, it makes more sense for them for it to just be a son because the sun would inherit whatever comes from the father and the so this becomes contention in Christianity because even though the valentinian is believed in this trying God their idea of who the Christ was was a little bit different than the official birth. Catholic will say even though it wasn't old Catholic get the official Catholic version of that was because they believed that Jesus kind of came from down from the pleroma you missed the secret Papa John go back and you'll learn all about the pleroma and how the eons and the archons were created. You just came down from floribama into this physical body, but he was not the same as God. It was a separate entity. Where as the trinitarians what became the Catholic Church believe that Jesus was equal to God the Father there were two separate beings. They had the same Powers again partially due to this system of handing down inheritance, but the Valentin said, no, that's not the way it works. Godfather is above everything else and everything emanates from it and so know being even the Christ could be as high as God the Father the bethos the great depth or a table. We called it in the previous episodes the great spirit. Her medicine is called in a tune, you know, all these different names now, even the way that the crisis interpreted is different among valentinian. So the Palestinians end up splitting into two different schools that used to school in the western school because of this idea of who the Christ is also so there was one school that believed that the Divine Child came down and was burst through Virgin Birth by the Virgin Mary and he exemplified the perfect man the anthropos the Dead the piggy radames as we spoke in the last episode because he was equally Divine and equally human so he was the perfect union As Above So Below the.
Why forest fires in Siberia, Russia threaten us all
"In Siberia have been releasing record amounts of greenhouse gases, scientists say contributing to global warming. The fires, fueled by abnormally high temperatures have been burning as far north as the Arctic Circle. Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg has travelled to the remote Yakutia region in north eastern Russia to gauge the effects of climate change, both on local communities on on the planet. I've got a helicopter flying across northern Siberia. Not far from the Arctic Circle. Look down below, I could see forest stretching forever. But rising from the trees. Our rooms of thick smoke. Because record high temperatures here. Fueling Suresh spies. And that has implications but only for people who live in Siberia for the global climate. Thiss part of Russia is called. It is a huge region. Five times the size of France. Because of all its forests, people here cool. You could hear the lungs of the planet. Well, Judging by all the smoke, I can see our planet has a big problem. Like on the ground. We switch to an off road Russian bag that feels as tough as a tank. Plough through the thick undergrowth. Suddenly out of the window, I see a charred wasteland. Fire has reduced large and silver birch tow ash. We continue on foot with a group of forest Rangers. The range of Valentin tells me is getting hotter and hotter here every year, he spends nearly all his summers now fighting Forest vice When he's not firefighting. He's out hunting in Yakutia before a hunt, Valentin says. Traditionally, we light a campfire. We put pancakes and fermented horse milk by the flames as sacrifices to the spirit of the tiger to make the hunt go well. So a small fire is a source of good. It's the big ones that are bad for you was all right. That was Well, now we've reached a fire. It is incredibly hot here. Flames are licking the undergrowth and Dancing up the tree trunks. Sending Rooms of thick smoke into the air. This is going on across Siberia, a region which is now trapped in a vicious cycle of climate change, because rising temperatures Mean dr Forests and more forests fires like this one and more fires means more carbon emissions being pumped into the atmosphere. Andme or climate change. Two Rangers try to put out the flames using small water pumps. But as soon as one fire is out another sparks It's not just the visible burning. That's a problem. Underground fire is boring. The permafrost ground, which in places has been frozen for tens of thousands of years. That's releasing even Mohr greenhouse gases. Further north in another Siberian forest, local firefighter Even Zahara is filling his water pump from a lake. He's got a shovel, too, to smother any hint of flame recently even helped put out a big fire here that was threatening his village. They're fashionable. I never saw a summer like it even says we had no rain at all. The dry grass was like gunpowder, but it's permafrost Thaw ring that worries me. Most. Our village could end up underwater.
"valentin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Lawrence shut down because of covert concerns, and it's 6 33 We go to the road to the super retailers of doing one all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Here's my King. Yeah, thanks, Madison. You know, we've got a new problem leaving the city on the expressway South. Valentin is jammed solid. Now we've gotta crash. By Columbia Road blocking the far left and the far right lane. So that gives you two middle lanes to squeeze by and boy it is backing up quickly. Not quite. May very well get there soon else right now, Delays coming out of New Hampshire eyes starting after Exit three in Greenland down towards the Hampton Tolls. Then you've got these on again, off again slowdowns down towards the, uh, the New Hampshire Mass line, So that's the situation to the North. 90 three's all these down through conquered To the south off Cape Route six West is hung up about 1/2 mile now approaching the sag more Bridget's going to ease out really quick. I'm sure of it. Route 20 eights. Good coming up from from Ah, Falmouth right into the born rotary Ruth. Three North balance. He not eased out yet it is still a tough go Route 53 all the way up past Derby Street. That's almost five miles there. 40 five's all these out through Middleborough out to the West. The match turned bikes Good. Now all through Newton out into Natick Downtown. Pretty quiet. For the most part. The lower deck to Tobin Bridge, Storrow Drive all check out. Okay. Mike Ng w B. C's traffic on the threes and taking a look at the four day forecast some rain around this evening into tonight, especially toward the South Shore temperatures down to 63. Tomorrow, starting the day off with some fog. The day.
11 Trivia Questions on Schitt's Creek
"All Right Shits Creek Trivia, let's see if you know enough to be not up Shits Creek number one, the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season. Four of the show question won the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season four. Question number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get backstage passes to the teen choice awards number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get back stage passes to the teen choice awards. Question number three, which two characters on the show are brother and sister in real life number three, which do characters are brother and sister in real life. Question number four, Roland, and Jocelyn have an older son dates, Alexis. What is his name? Number? Four, Roland and Jocelyn have an older son who dates Alexis? What is his name? Question Number Five, what Song is Patrick Sing, for David, at an open mic number five, what Song Does Patrick. Sing for David at an open MIC. And Shits Creek number six, what's the name of the town realtor slash photographer number six? What's the name of the town realtors slash photographer? Question for what's the name of Moya's singing group number seven. What is the name of the singing group? That more up is a part of number seven? Question. Number eight what animal is featured in a movie moyer auditions for number eight, what animal is featured in a movie Moi rough auditions for. Question Nine. What is Bob's wife's name number nine? What is Bob's wife's name nine. And question number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt? And for two points, what senior activity does Ted Valentin or to help with for two points at one point on the series? What senior activity does Ted Volunteer to help with?
First LAPD officer dies of coronavirus, police say - Fox News
"A Los Angeles police officer has passed away after a battle fought with Cove in 19 He's the first LAPD officer to die due to the pandemic. Police chief Michael Moore tweeted that officer Valentin Martinez. You have reached her end of watch and rest in peace. The 45 year old Martinez was a patrol officer assigned to the Mission Division and
"valentin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Valentin Martinez passed away yesterday after a long battle against the virus that had left him in an intensive carried in there for more than a month. He tested positive for covert 19 in May. It's believed he caught it at work and after one week was hospitalized with worsening symptoms. The 45 year old officer who had worked out of the mission station Lee's mind, a pregnant domestic partner, who said to give birth to twin boys in November. The police union has issued a statement describing him as a hero who was lost way too early in life. L. A County's confirmed 40 form or corona virus deaths and more than 1900 new infections during the latest one day reporting period. Health officials are cautioning that both of those numbers will probably end up going higher. After some delayed test results finally come in. Based on the latest figures, the county's overall death toll is now hit 4300 out of nearly 170,000 infections that have been confirmed so far. More than 1900 virus victims are currently being treated in hospitals across L, a county in Orange County. 13 more fatalities raised the overall virus death toll to 556. Or than 700 new infections have been confirmed, which pushes the total so far past the 33,000 mark. Orange County health officials now warning residents about another deadly infectious disease. Rabies test results show that a bat was found last Sunday in front of an ATT and T store in east could tell Avenue in Anaheim was infected with Rabies. Authorities urging everybody who thinks he might have been exposed to the animal to call county health officials to see if they should get treatment that can stop the virus from causing serious illness or death. Your next check up traffic is in two minutes is 9 33 Most people know that Mr Clean Magic eraser removes crayon a scuff marks from walls. But did you know what even cleans tough kitchen and bathroom messes that air sometimes tough to tackle? Just went squeeze Any race grace soap scum on your bathtub? He raise cloudy. Hard water spots in your shower. Erase burnt on stovetop messes. So for all your tough kitchen and bathroom messes Try Mr Clean Magic Eraser..
LAPD officer and soon-to-be father dies of COVID-19 complications
"Fine. An LAPD officer has died of covert 19. Officer Valentin Martinez joined the department in 2007. Mayor Garcetti says he made the ultimate sacrifice serving the community. He was one of those frontline individuals that embodies this city government family. I said, would never stop working for all of you. Martinez is the first officer and the second Department employee to die of the virus. He was 45 years old and expecting twins In the fall, 453 LAPD employees have tested positive for Corona Virus, 270 have
"valentin" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"Damore pride. You will have in it and I think that was a moment I was like I'm not proud of any of this. None of this. WHOA, that's a that's a word. That's a whole I'm not. That's a whole word like I'm sorry like hidden. I'm not proud of none of this. I want to build something proud of right. And then. exactly and I'm so proud of. Again, it's not it's not easy. I think people should stop looking for shortcuts it's. Like embrace that it's tough. embraced the fact that there's GonNa be more. Peaks and valleys, so to speak right and And seek help as well and guidance I am. Jerry open to therapy I, am we? We haven't had any yet. But I'm you know if we ever get to that point? I'm very open to therapy and help because again I'm very proud of US and I. Don't want to continue to build something that. You know with time could look back in be product. I feel like I feel like three I hopefully for the listeners who I'd like to the three of us have really helped each other and I for one I look forward to hearing about Scott's relationship and I look forward to vow when you guys announced avenue boy. You're naming Dmitri after me. Seen Right now. By the way I don't know if you still struggling with but the. Don't name once I. Love It I. Love It, Yeah. Dima you know the short DNA in Russian I. Don't know if you have that same in I I I have friends that had that nickname, but so when you're telling that story like I grew up in New York parents, one hundred percent, Greek and I. I was just in the other I was in a story here, so we weren't. To, say, of course you can play. But. Before we go do anything you want to tell everybody listeners of. Any plugs anything they want to. Where they can find you, you're certainly you know you have an inspirational story and I think people might be interested in reaching out an ear and Maurya instagram or anything like that. You want people check out. Graham Ballantyne at Valentino, not just Valentine. Yeah I again I. I I have a lot of things to plug I. Don't I don't really? Go my account. You'll see stuff that I plugged, but. I'm very grateful to to to have. The attention in the platform, and just try to be as productive as possible. You know fame without a cause a nuisance to meet so. You know I just I. I want to. Be Able to serve the world as much as I can with this megaphone that I have at the moment in autumn. Allow much longer. I'll have it. So. I think you'll have it for a while. A nuisance I love that that's fantastic. Hey. Are you going to be in the fog? Dancer would starting with the SARS masks, or no mass was the deal. I don't know those those details yet. Those safe abortions I duNno, you. Tomorrow, they'll come out with an article. That masks actually bad for you so. Hanging in as long as you as long as you don't go to the seventh grade, six feet apart dance. Room for Jesus. What even ever the spirit! Where your math. I don't WanNa. I don't WanNa. Spread any misinformation. I'm excited for the full I think the world needs a little dancing with the stars you know. I'm excited for the cast I'm excited for. Again. I Miss Dance I missed A. It's such a big part of my life that you know, get you so much purpose in so much joy, and all sides kind of the nurturing a little injury, and I'm not as active and so yeah, it would be a lot back to that other conversation. We had Scott. It's not a pillar that you should lean on, but it'd be a lot harder without without my wife The here would be on sold special shoutout to people Corinthian in isolation alone. Don't have people, so that's another police. Where my platform you know I, WanNa capitalize on. Place where you could be part of a community that you know, you feel less alone I to check in with people time though against spread the good fortune that I'm I'm lucky enough to have. The only thing I don't want you to think about after this conversation while you're dancing, dancing with the stars is don't think by any means because of this conversation that people are going to be looking to see if you've got Boehner at any point. He's already do. Don't know is that there are websites dedicated. The possibility. And the judgment of. Right. It's like it's incredible, but that's what happens when you when you win the mirror ball more than once you know what I mean. Comes with the territory. The Dr Scott anything you'd like to say before off. Will I think I I? Just WanNa thank. You Dimitri and Brooks and the entire team here for creating the space where people can come. Work they can show up right an offer a bit of themselves in the hopes that it blesses some listeners, life but also that the conversations themselves can bless the participants of the conversation It's a really every time I've I've I've seen this thing I've heard this thing or been a part of this thing. It has been Affirming in a way of whether I learned something new, or I'm triggered and I got like. Check myself or am able to help. A friend through something that they're dealing with you know as a result of listening to some of the wisdom that that shared here and so I'm I'm thankful that for men in particular this space exists where real a beneficial conversation can be shared that is a beyond some of the surface stuff. We find ourselves in so often sometimes more comfortable there. So I, just WANNA. Say Thank You I. Am Scott Evans on everything? So if you ever want to check out any of the stuff that I'm on don't hesitate, and you know while you're waiting on dancing with the stars to return. There is a Dan show on NBC right now. Nights at ten pm it's called world. But you know shameless plug. And every night on access Hollywood, so the, but but in reality in in all seriousness I value the way value. Show up to your life I appreciate the way that you own not just your victories.
"valentin" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"It's always a moment. It I do want to clarify because I I don't necessarily mean. Because, but I also feel like the the the the advice. The wisdom in both of your reactions to that is Super Worthwhile, right? There's value in understanding that. Being open to life, as it unfolds to you and growing with the person, because that's the point of the relationship, right rate of advancing through life with a partner is to become better together, right, I'm just saying the and I understand that. I'm just saying I feel like in many instances. My peers people feel like by this age. I gotTA do. So they enter indies relate inter relationships with milestones as opposed to Who They really are right answer they inter relationships with people who are undeveloped as they are undeveloped and have no capability of building anything together, and so they just argue and fight and they break. Right just trying to develop myself in the best way. I know how so that when my partner does show up in my life, and I do feel like you know. In a Lotta ways in a lot of instances you know this is. I think this is to be my person. At I think yeah, I think that's true. And I and I agree with it. There's no there's no those age guidelines. I should be buried by this time. I should be in a relationship. I should have kids, but it's. None of that matters, because there's no everybody's different and every chemistry relationship is different. Anyone's life is different. Background is so it depends on when it's right for you when it's right at Athens, and like you said then you can. You know this is the person I want to be with. Hey, this is I wanNA be a debt. And that type of stuff just clicked, but to to make decisions based on age is so. It's just yeah, and then also like. Expectation wise is on Koumba forever at right, right? You'RE GONNA. Have Chemistry of fall in love. And then that said that's the right person even with the right person that will be on certain times and times of. Going back and forth, and it's not gonna be perfect is just a matter of finding somebody. You're willing to work with and build with. When did you know that Gina? For you! Val was the one that you wanted that. Knit winded she show up in your life and you were like. Get up! Probably not win. How how did she show up in your life long like we'll? She showed up in my life I had sexual chemistry with her. You Know Physical Chemistry then. We worked a lot together. She before becoming a pro in the show she. She assisted me on. Almost all the choreography that I've done on that show when she joined the show. So An in that process again, maybe it's because my relationship with Dan's. Maybe it was relationship with how important that situation was her being a companion for me and a support system, my partner beyond again our intimacy. Men My Grad for her was huge. Right side I was like so grateful to her, and and how unconditionally she, she was willing to help me anytime. But, I had no real again. It's it's Kinda Prove your point a little bit I decided when I decided for myself for like I want to do this. This feels like is something that I wanna I wanNA. Build I! WanNa plant some seeds with someone a to build. Something in something relevant something. That will be here for a long time rather than just. You know jumping around. Again. That was a big thing for me because. I A lot of my? A lot of my friends came from the discovery. You know all other females like doesn't mean that I was sleeping around all the time. It wasn't even about sex. It was really about conversation discovery. That whole curiosity. A lot of my. You know it's it. Maybe I wouldn't say I would go as far as at an issue, but like a lot of a lot of my insecurities were healed, or those like a little bandaid placed on some sort of insecurity that I would have. With that that those relationships and After a while I was like this is just A. Sustainable and this isn't something that I want to live with Lake. What am I waiting for? I have someone in front of me. That's. You know that that I truly love and that I see incredible heart in, and just you know. Her values are similar and allied with me. Feeling you you. You'RE NOT GONNA. You're gonNA find somebody that's perfectly compatible, but as long as you have liquor core belief system that is somehow in line then everything else can be. Can Be adjusted and Inigo. Jones and that's what everybody it's what you said you like jumping around and then I thought Oh this. Is it started to click in your head? This is kind of what I WANNA do now I think I'm ready for a relationship because you met the person that all of a sudden. You realize that this is this is I want to explore more. This is bringing out something more because if you were with the wrong person, it doesn't matter what age you are you. Ready for this now this this feels right because it wouldn't be right. Maybe you'd make a decision and you haven't. Obviously in the past may make a decision say oh, this I should do this, but you would know that it's not right and we got rap in a second, but I want to say back to that other email. And, because we're talking relationships and stuff Recently like you know. Fifteen years of marriage for kids doesn't come. It's not like every day is awesome. Everyday's you know there's no arguments but I'll say recently. My wife and I were on zoom. Call the school like all like hundreds of parents were on this thing and we're watching it. And the CIA coming up in some parents were asking ridiculous questions and stuff, and I just kind of muted, and we were on mute anyway, and I started my wife and I started laughing. We started kinda joking about some of the comments that were coming up. And we just sat and we started laughing and it was like it was almost like we're on our first date again. It's like you all the stress. And that's what I was saying about. Sometimes you got step away all the stress of having four kids, and both of us working and being home in quarantine, and all this all that for like for five minutes all that disappeared, and then it was like. It was just this great moment and so I think sometimes relationship were twenty one email twenty three years in office in some time just about stepping back and finding finding that thing again so. It's like everything it's like it's like everything in life the more time you commit to it..
"valentin" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
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"valentin" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"By my voice I not like. Brooks is. My guest is today. He's probably skydiving with his dog or doing some sort of thing that I could never do so. He's busy today in the end the gentleman off today, so it's myself and I'm joined by Scott Evans. Indeed Hollywood? Everything else and era. Breath, trying to trying to stay employed out here trying to get this, house. But I think I did just see on on Bruce's instagram. I believe he was kayaking Niagara Falls. But, he's going exactly up the falls. I my comment was I think you're doing that wrong, but I still admire it still. I'm not sure if I told her he wanted this. Is Dmitri by the way, but yes, I saw. Brooks posted this thing the other day he was like a plane spike ball, or whatever that is, and he. He's up in the air like six feet. Everything is is ripped on him, and it was like the advertisement for spiteful debate. Look good as this thing. I was like man you just like. He makes Spike Ball. Look intimidating. and. We're like what seventy two years into Corentin. Have every single one of your ads like you still have right like under ten percent body fat like you've not had a donut the entire. Right. I'm trying to get a gluten allergy. Right like I'm trying to catch it. Doesn't work that way, but like man is real, it's real. The only thing I realized lately. That I'm not in good enough shape to play spike ball so. Again. The minimum requirement. So work, so we have a special guest joining Val chmerkovskiy dancing with the stars. There's no. There's no beef between dancing shows here. You're okay with this guy. I'm not a pro. I'm just the host. The dance you know what I'm saying now. Derek huff. Might have been an issue. With their actually rains, grains and I know that that that wouldn't have been an issue either, but bally's A. He's a good dude. You know what I mean that. Only an incredible dancer I've met him years ago at one of the I think it was a a promo shoot for the stars. It was the year that Paula Deen. was. And that was the first time I'd ever interviewed valid met him a couple of times. It ever interviewed him and it was like you know you use meet some people like Actually we have a really good vibe. Yeah. He's one of those people he's one. Every time. He showed up the same way. He's a good guy and his brother to I so I am a comedy writer. I'm comedy consultant. I work with different CELEBS and our working on Steve Harvey Steve Steve Harvey show and Max came on with pita. Bound tomorrow as well and you just know when people come someplace, you can just tell right away. What kind of person they are by the entourage they come or don't come with the attitude the way you know when they speak the evil, even someone showing them the room aggressor just so polite and so nice, and and and humble, and and that's exactly the way. The way. He and his brother art, so I'm looking forward to this to speak with as well and he had to make up. You know with Max who's like six nine. My perspective, he's six nine. With talent, you know he's like five. Three. I give a hard time every time. He's like I got to be the better dancer because he's taller than me. So funny. I can't wait. Are we going to go to a break and then I just get him in your and then start.
Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony
"A hundred protesters disrupt the top film award ceremony in France as a controversial director received top accolades in Paris at the forty fifth award ceremony of this is off the French equivalent of the Oscars film director Roman Polanski won the award for best direction several feminist collectives protested where the ceremony was taking place against the directors twelve nominations the French Polish director who chose not to attend the ceremony has been accused by several women of rape including a French photographer Valentin money he has denied these allegations Polanski's wind caused a stir in the audience actress I daily then and the master of ceremonies herself chose to leave the awards ceremony right after the
Polanski wins best director at Cesars, prompting walkout protest
"Angeles there was a large group of protesters that disrupted the top film award ceremony in France tonight they were angry that a controversial director received one of the top honors in Paris at the forty fifth award ceremony of this is off the French equivalent of the Oscars film director Roman Polanski won the award for best direction several feminist collectives protested where the ceremony was taking place against the directors twelve nominations the French Polish director who chose not to attend the ceremony has been accused by several women of rape including a French photographer Valentin money he has denied these allegations Polanski's wind caused a stir in the audience actress I Daily Mail and the master of ceremonies herself chose to leave the awards ceremony right after the
Building Great Teams and Obsessing Over the Customer Experience with Scott Becker, Founder and Publisher at Becker's Healthcare
"I have the privilege of hosting Scott Becker for the second time I had him on the podcast about three years ago we. We talked a lot about leadership and a lot of the trends in healthcare. Lots has changed in the last three years so excited to have Scott back on in in. What's close to five hundred episode So we've had many conversations if you don't remember Scott is the partner at McGuire Woods Alpi and also publisher at Bekker's healthcare Scott previously served on the McGuire Woods Boorda partners and served for nearly fifteen years as chairman airman of the national healthcare the apartment. He really the the firm has one of the best regarded healthcare practices in the world and Scott got has played a major role there. He's also the founder and publisher of bekker's healthcare and Becker's hospital review and it's related events and publications he remains remains. The publisher and chief content officer of Bekker's healthcare Yasser produces the BEKKER's C. Suite report and related media which is all focused done business outside of healthcare a graduate of Harvard law school and also Author of four books in a CPA. I don't know how he does it all but he does it. He's one of the best thought leaders in healthcare in my opinion and Excited to join him in a conversation once again. So take a listen to this. Awesome interview. you're gonNA enjoy the thoughts that that he has to share and the fun that we have during our conversation and with that introduction. I WanNa give you who a warm welcome Scott. Thanks so much for joining me again. Well thank you so much for having me always a pleasure to visit with you. Thank you sir. So Scott. You're doing on. I really cool things and and before we get into the meat and bones of today's interview is I do WanNa Park at the work you've been doing with your podcast uncast. Can you share a little bit more about it and why you guys started. There was sure so the core that we do. At bekker's healthcare has two parts of it. Our digital media efforts in our big conferences and events around three or four core core sectors and healthcare hospital systems health. It surgeries others is by so to get your of course podcasts. The podcasts are sort of a fascinating to me. It on. They're more sort of a as you know a magnificent way to just visit with interesting people people in a format you might not otherwise get to visit with them in and so yes people listen to them but the great pleasure for me is getting talk up to a whole range of leaders and people in all aspects of life. I mean yesterday at a podcast with a woman physician who's Muslim background. Speaking about being a Muslim docker America two weeks ago I spoke with Jean Woods. The CEO of Atrium health also former chair of the HA and one of the great growing systems. Those are the country. Here's get a chance to visit with magnificent group at different people and twelve chance to visit with interesting people. I tend to enjoy people. So that's that's what I love most about the podcasting and then people listening to them. It's more of a kind activity tool and a way to visit with people and if people visit in the conversations or anything else I think it's great and you're so right about that right. I mean the the ability to connect with others. That are doing great things a while. Back AGO folks ahead Scott on the podcast. He was At the very beginning actually and for those that have been listening for quite some time. You know that Scott was is one of the key people that inspired me to do my podcast so awesome to see him doing his his podcast. Now it is a great way to visit with others. And if you haven't but listen to that first episode with Scott It's episode number five. You GotTa Outcomes Rocket Dot Health type and Scott Becker. You'll you'll see where we focused on being patient centric and building outstanding teams which is something that Scott does so well and and and Scott. What's inspiring your work today? I I would say really two things inspire what I see. One is with all the talk about healthcare which you are seeing is tremendous advances in some cure for certain diseases. So oncology sort of almost didn't make that much progress for a long time in certain kinds of oncology and now making crazy progress so that inspires me just watching those things inspires me. I don't have anything to do with it. But they inspire me and then the other thing that spires ars me just you know working with magnificent people in visiting with people and hearing their stories and seeing what they're doing it so those are the two things that sort of excite me the great advances out there all all the negative talk in to just talking to people Scott and I've been to to your meetings and there are a lot of. I always connect with so many great people people to your point. You know the speakers and the keynotes are always super entertaining. What would you say makes what Bekker's offers different than what's out there? We're trying to is be queer concise fast moving and try and be very clear about our goal to teach people and entertain and the core of what we do is building everything we do around the core audience the core participants in the sector. So if you're looking at are hostile meetings it's really built around the jets built around three hundred great hostile leaders. It's not built around us. It's built around the core audience. The cord leadership in our we were in four different areas health. It also some surgery centers in spine but dissimilar a similar rasping everything. We're really built around the audience. Not around us and we try and teach entertain in clear concise simple content. And we've got a great team that implemented we've got great editorial team a Great Jenner team great leadership and Business Valentin which you can't do anything without those so it's it's a mix of things that we try and do to make work well and and it's a constantly changing environment but we've got a great team and we try and save very close to the audience really counts. That really. Is the driver behind everything we do. Love it serving bring. Your audience is super important. And it's hard to do in easy to be distracted. Can you share what you do to stay hyper focused on your audience against well. It is a is a great question. We have very very clear goals and directives on how we try and build everything that we do. And how now it's built to be audience centric versus vendor centric. And they're two very different things and we focus. I making sure our team and our audience dance is well taken care of we those things then things seem to work out well and it just a constant clarity of focus on what really counts. And we've got you know we've a few constituents. We have to take care of the audience. First and foremost doing short commercial interest. It makes sense for them and obviously our speakers speakers in our team are the other parts of that sort of stool love it. How about on the law side of things? You're still a practicing partner at at McGuire. Woods anything that you WANNA share to the listeners. That that are thinking about their their Legal Affairs and the things that they do there air. Anyone WANNA share. Yeah no it's. It's a great question so I've struggled to forever in one of them really out of the other. All my work has been in healthcare for thirty years. Now it's started as a law career and then built this media business almost by accident but grew into serious company money due to great leadership of our team. There are editorial team are Jonah deem our our business team just call and everybody else the On the law side ride the biggest congressman I've had is pretty similar built in its practice but to do that and build a practice in healthcare and then insert your center selfless equity. I was able to early on start to build great teams and everything that one dozen life. Today it requires great teams so the thing most of proud of him most excited about at the law firm is a team I built in the number of people there that have become partner in the firm that were under my mentorship. It's our ship is a whole cadre of people that really were part of my team originally and now grown to be leaders in the firm partners in the firm and one of which is now the cheer of our national healthcare practice but just a great group of people from you know give shots to all them you know people like Melissa. Holly Barks Howen Gretchen amber in more and more and And and others that really came up under in with me and Jeff cockrel perspective. Some practice that came along with me now of largely built greater backs may but was just a magnificent experience.
"valentin" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey
"Are you know extravagant cap heads compared to the rest the NHL extravagant to me. I never made it past Bantam. hannam hockey so I can't really complain about making dining room tables. Could you have for that office grail of my dining or ridiculous analyst. Yeah and that could be. That could be part of it. Too of K it's a little bit less If he's he's on the roster it's we've seen the massage the cap a little bit in terms of You know the average that goes on the roster at any particular time so who knows but I. I think you're right when you when you look around. I'm sure the other players that are that are in the mix right are there are looking around thinking. Well maybe I start cutting corners and trying to try to get to the league if that's what it takes Not Actually doing it. But that that the thought is like if you're not going to be punished for it from the organization and the organization seems to believe he did it knowingly and intentionally then you know what what is the you know what's the ramifications locations beyond just the NHL penalty. So it's it's an interesting decision to make it's an interesting message to descend. But at the same time his. He served his penalty. So he's has has every right to be in the league and going along playing and that's what charge lamp as we said get suspended all the time which I was in the not for twenty game in not for this. This is you know that I will say in opposition to which he has to realize that this is a different situation that I believe it's eight players have been suspended. Under the policy. DISEA- CAV was suspended under seven players. There's been eight total suspensions because one player got popped twice since the new CBA was ratified in twenty twelve in two thousand thirteen. Two of those seven players by the way house in fairness compared heard of the rest of the Golden Knights players. Do get to spend it all the time. Yeah that's the one. I'm wondering some point I haven't i. I didn't go to the play by play but there had to be a shift last night where they were both on the ice at the same time right. Your you had nate shot. Almost they almost got going to on one together with would've been great. Yeah yeah strong. Line big strong is but I just it looks terrible. It just looks terrible you know and John I'm not gonNA like make it out if from fan. It's just it's a bad look. I don't understand like just if I'm going to step away. You know in the way that they defend a nate Schmidt and you're just GonNa now like you know basically say okay. We'll just give him a chance. I it just for for an organization that has made it a policy and they are so adamant about we do not want to take on other their teams problems. They've that's basically been told to me. That's you know that's an issue that they don't they don't want other teams problems. They look Patten trades waivers. You know and yet they're willing to go to the hilt for Valentine's e cough and I'm still puzzled by it. It's certainly really an interesting narrative shift compared to you know their inaugural season where the whole kind of mantra team was and it still is but like. Hey We we have twenty three captains. We built this expansion team with character. Guys we're GONNA work hard be selfless you know. Be Willing to sacrifice for the team concept rather than like worry about individual stats. And now you've got Zee Cobb just hanging out on your third line left wing playing with Paul stazzone. One of you're more highly paid forwards. He was on a line with S- Tasmanian Alex. Tuck last night so you put a lot of talent to play with Alan. It's almost like a reward for him. You know oh by the way we'll bring you up and you get to play with you know basically our hottest player Alex Talk and you know essentially our number two Senator Valentin then with teff interesting. We'll have to see what happens to Valentine's Ekav and the next week in the coming Games Golden Knights like I said they're gonNA play the defending Stanley Cup champion Saint Louis Blues on Thursday. Then they will travel for the second leg of a back to back against the Dallas Stars on Friday both should be really good games all both. I'm really interested to see what happens..
Roman Polanski Denies Rape Allegation by Valentine Monnier
"Yet another woman has come forward alleging filmmaker Roman Polanski raped her years ago the woman spoke with the French newspaper CBS news correspondent Matt paper reports the woman says she was eighteen when she was violently raped allegedly by Oscar winning filmmaker Roman Polanski Valentin Mahdi a now in her sixties says it happened in nineteen seventy five at Polanski's chalet in Switzerland the publication she spoke to also spoke with people who corroborated the story saying she had told them of the incident shortly afterward she said she was moved to speak out now because of the release of his latest film and officer is by saying that rape is a time bomb Polanski's been living in exile in France since fleeing the U. S. in nineteen seventy eight before he could be sentenced on a charge of raping a thirteen year old
News in Brief 4 November 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations unbearable levels of air pollution in India's capital New Delhi declared a public health emergency by the local the government as of Monday have made the invisible killer visible a U N senior pollution expert has said according to media reports residents of the capital city are set to suffer record levels of smog for at least a week even with emergency measures in place to tackle the problem with some flights delayed and in diverted due to thick smog. Valentin Full Desk Senior Program Management Officer for the U N Environment Programme in India you net told you on the news that current levels of fine particulate matter containing unsafe chemicals harmful to human health are forty times higher than the World Health Organization W. H. Show recommended level the major contributor is poor farming practices Mr Full explained with states adjacent to the capital region practicing widespread stubble-burning in open fields in addition waste mismanagement and heavy traffic girl so raising toxicity levels. Who H. O. has outlined the detrimental impact of particulate matter pollution or pm two point five on humans stunting children's brains and triggering heart disease he's stroke pulmonary disease and lung cancers with an estimated four point two million premature deaths globally linked to ambient air pollution you up is working with various sectors in a bid to help reduce the toxic smog in New Delhi and beyond including government led agricultural initiatives and projects on the ground around to eliminate harmful open burning practices the head of the U. N. Children's fund UNICEF is appealing for governments to repatriate scores a foreign born children stranded in northeast Syria in wake of the Turkish offensive which began last month the agency estimates nearly twenty-eight thousand children from for more than sixty countries remain trapped in the region mostly in displacement camps this includes almost twenty thousand from Iraq more than eighty percent of the stranded foreign children are under twelve and half are under five additionally around two hundred fifty boys are being held in detention though that number is likely to be higher some are as young as nine executive director for UNICEF Henrietta Four said on Monday that the escalation brings brings eight renewed urgency for governments to repatriate these children before it's too late adding that all are living in conditions not fit for children children so far at least seventeen countries have repatriated more than six hundred fifty children who are now living with family members. UNICEF has supported the process by helping some of the youngsters to reintegrate but misfortune pointed out that these countries are the exception rather than the norm and finally the UN Security Purity Council on Monday expressed deep concern over Guinea Bissau 's political crisis following President Jose Mario Vazquez decision last week to dissolve the Government Vermont including the Prime Minister and appoint new leadership in a statement the council called on all actors to fully respect the response from the regional body of West African States it's echoes which deemed the president's actions illegal and urged top politicians to reach agreement over a way forward the president's dismissal and replacement of Prime Minister Aristide Gomez intensified a bitter power struggle between the president and the ruling party just weeks before four fresh presidential elections set for the twenty four th of November one demonstrator has died and several have been injured during related political protests President Vases term in office expired this June but under terms agreed with echo us. He will stay in office until this month's poll in the hope of being reelected elected the council reiterated its strong support and commitment to the country's peace process and underscored the urgent need to hold the already delayed presidential election as agreed and allow for a peaceful transition of power Natalie Hutchinson U. N. News.
"valentin" Discussed on Impact Pricing
"Welcomed impact pricing the podcast where we discuss pricing using value and the amazing relationship between them. I'm mark styling and today our guest is Valentin. Rodriguez here are three things you you. WanNa know about Valentine before we start. He's an entrepreneur at heart. I counted at least three companies. He started. He's currently CEO of Omni Converts and he was at one point a radio producer so I'm a little bit nervous. He's going to be judging the quality of our show the entire time welcome. Valentim welcome yeah thanks for inviting and nowhere is. I'M NOT GONNA judge because I've got that. If you don't judge you have far more chances to be happy. excellent answer excellent answer so let's start. I did a little bit of research search on the company. Omni convert but I wanNA hear from you. What how do you describe what the company does. In a nutshell we are helping online players here's to improve their customer experience through by making use of their own. They Ryan by our data as well so we have the technology. Did you the capacity to educate their people so that they can improve the customer experience and when you say customer experience we're talking about the customer buying experience so it's really the buyer's. There's experience yeah. That's what a customer is so if he's not buying he's not a customer is really with us. uh-huh plea with you on that one okay so if we're thinking about buyers or customers from what I saw you do. AB testing and that's probably the the simplest of all the things that you do and one of the things that I was really excited about was market segmentation. Can you describe how oh you guys do market segmentation and how that's relevant to the buyers experience at the beginning testing because we've noticed that a lot out of companies are not making use of the their opportunity to deploy different versions of their website and that was Mike is well and afterwards awards after AB testing it was natural to go towards personalisation but personalization used to be a buzzword like two or three years ago. Even though personalisation wasn't the case so using the customer's name and just saying Hello John. There is not personalization from my perspective once once you offer a personalized experience means to know things regarding the relation you as a company with that customer or without visitor so in order to do so of course you need to grab the inside towards what kind of segment this customer is in and that means if you want in a segment your customers properly you might want to know if they are happy or not if they are a power user not if they are VIP customer or not so that kind China of Sigmund is on our behalf so what we are doing. We are using a method called our offense sigma nation which stands for reasons he frequency in monetary value value and instead of looking at the customer simply based on their lifetime value. You're looking at them based on their recency score so how how recent recent is the last purchase based on their frequency score how how often they have purchased from you and was there monetary value so how oh how much they've spent on your e commerce. Let's say and aggregating data you come up with a lot of insights things like I don't know one point. Five percent of the total customers are generating something like twenty percent of the total margin and you might want to give those kind of folks different experience so that's what I what we called person we are calling personalisation actually and when I looked at the website though it looked like segmentation was way more than that it was also industry or market segment or country or young and for you. segmentation argumentation is like an AB test is that how I think about that. I give different messages to different segments. I orchestrate a different experience two different segments based on how qualified they are to to buy what kind of relationship they have with me so if you correlate the they're buying gene data with theirs experience data like what kind of NPS score they have and what kind of resolution time day from their customer summer from the customer support you might come up with interesting segments because you could have peaking bonds in terms of satisfaction level but the VIP's in terms of lifetime very so you might want to give a different experience to this kind of folks like if they have a high nps and AH low lifetime value they are happy customers but they are not your ideal customers given even though they are very satisfied and be based based on these kind of data you can also add another layer of data from the from this I could add more layers like their their company or their industry or their location and their traffic source but this is not that relevant unless you know what kind of emotions they have towards your company because we are living in the experience economy so it doesn't matter if I'm saying Hello John From Oklahoma if Janis very pissed off because he's not getting his goods right so what matters the most for John is to receive the product that they he bought from you paid for you yeah so that's how we are seeing personalization. Orchestrating different kind of website experiences based Don all these data that it's available right now. The problem with this kind of approach is that is not that simple so he's not for everyone to do and that's why we've been changing our approach and we've been raising the bar over and over again and now we're not serving low end customers. We are serving only midsize enterprise and enterprise come companies. I could see that completely because one of the questions I wanted to ask you is one when I look at what you do. I would say oh my gosh. This is way too complicated for me. My little one man company with the half dozen people working with me but this would be way too complicated for me to try to figure all this out. Can I just put up a webpage. Tell people what I do and the fact that you focus on mid size makes a a lot of sense but it still feels really complex. You educate your customers or do they come with to use saying here's what what we WANNA do yeah we are heavily on this and we are doubling down on educating educating them. I must tell you a story regarding learning how if grafted our our own softer because we are. We're coming along way so there are six years since we've started and back in two thousand and sixteen we realized that we're serving too many types of customers from too many industries and too many sizes and we've made a deep diving in our own and we realize all look here's here's our ideal customer profile so it's the good old parental right but you just need to do this deep diving into your own data and we realized that our best customers are e commerce players that are making more than five million euro or years dollars in annual revenue so they do less than that. They are not our ideal customers. Ask the MERCE why because they're churn skyer they'll their talent is lower and they are the most demanding in terms of tickets and instead of having the same language that we have so that's how we've decided to go to mid size enterprise companies these however what I think it's highly important. Is that unless you don't know who you need to target you. You don't need to spend any kind of Pani in acquisition if you have the first customers say I one hundred customers in our case there we got have more than one thousand in that moment and it was way to farm and we've wasted like one year because of the assumption that we need to serve everyone from all the all all the industries so we know that our product is not for everyone and we know that some people will not get it but we're educating them. We are about to release a certification. Kim Program at the end of this year. How do customer experience ear through through the digital channels moreover. We are also looking at ways to scale our business by doing making use of machine learning because we back in two thousand and sixteen. We've got directions actions. Either we educate the market either we come up with a no-brainer plug and play fully married product and we've. We've done bird of them. We'll see next year was gonna be the best bet but we we have decided to build products nice and what I want to do. Now is as you might know. I'm pricing guy and this is a pricing podcast. Of course. Let's see let's see if we can tie all this back took pricing and before. I ask any specific questions. Let me just open it up to you. How do you think any of this relates to pricing the first and the most the important thing is that if you don't know the value that you're giving and if you don't know who's your target and if you don't know if you are selling painkiller error vitamin you don't have to mess with the pricing so first of all we ever knew looking at our own history we ever news our ideal customer. The profile was the problem that they needed to be solving and what's the job that there needs to be done with our product and that's why our pricing was here and there I mean we started with a free trial with card. Then we've ended up giving away a free throw with no car then we've got to a free meal and we've been doing this kind of roller coaster towards doors pricing Fan God that we we've been doing. Ab testing throughout the whole process passes because otherwise we have been we wouldn't be here and so at least you're using your own product for your own business yup to try to figure out what works what doesn't work so here's what I love about. What you just said is I talk. I teach value based pricing and most of the time I'm dealing with B. The B type customers and be to be what happens is I've got a salesperson who goes out and builds a relationship with the client and I have a chance to learn and communicate and educate about value so it's a really it's understandable and I can do value based pricing much easier and once we move move into mass market beat AC- someone buying on the Internet it becomes much harder to do what I just described however with what you're doing the the fact that I could take market segments once I understand what segment you're in then I can give you the right message which describes value to the customer. Mer in the way that resonates with that customer. I think that's incredible. I think it's amazing. What are some of the tricks you you use to figure out what segment someone is in when they come to your two clients website the behavior is is the most important besides that you have all these integrations with if you could use those like. Makutu Gore clear beats to to grab more data and revealing what kind of companies these visitor coming from how many sessions they've been previously on your on your through a website but the most important thing that I I feel that needs to be looking at this moment is the fact like that once you graph the experience you should have it dynamically and you should be making revisiting every now and then so so you can grab there are regarding their behavior many pages on which kind of sections are them on your website where they are on your funnel but what you need to revisit this kind of data because the rules that they are taking. Let's say you have fifty pages on your website and we are looking at a B. Two B. If you have fifty pages the permutations between fifty by fifty Factoria it's pretty large right so they have a lot of ways to go so you think they are. They are using in order to navigate his is a total different thing than what they are actually doing so what you might want to do is to due to nudge them so that you can get them from unknown visitors to known visitors and this is the first step in Bilby so wants you know their ID and once you reach the level of information. Do you have around them so any kind of white paper or any kind of pdf any kind of let's say micro conversion that reveals things regarding who they are. It's very useful because then you could craft the experience over and over again. You're directing them towards I'm were project manager and I mean company that has more than five hundred employees employees and my main pain points this you could grab this by using these kind of segmentation but if you let them I mean if you let the visitors with your repaired version of your website and if you don't watch them and if you don't direct them towards what's the pain point and if you don't amplify the pain point that if you're not gonNA succeed I mean you're you could have a lot of traffic but you're not gonNA end up having enough conversions and based on this sir technique. We've been able to improve four hundred percent our own efficiency per visitor in the last two years so we are making four times more money visitors just by realizing what's the pain that this guy customer prospect has it does and a lot of ways. I think you're we're also making four hundred percent improvement because you've realized who the right customer his and that's who you go after that's who you want to come visit your website now. Yom so you don't have a lot of people visiting that shouldn't have been there or that aren't your ideal customer profile. One of the other things I noticed as I was looking through the Omni convert web page age or I think it was a pdf or slide show. I watched was you do surveys and I thought Oh I hate surveys on web pages and then I saw some of the sample questions and things that you did and I thought that was really brilliant so you would ask somebody what was the example of something like. What size are you wearing or. Do you want to look for the size and the next time she shows up. It's just hey. Let's see what's available in this size. I thought that was really awesome. How'd Ah do you have other examples of ways. You ask questions that don't look like survey questions. Yes it's actually that kind of question. Chen is resonating with the choice deduction so in ecommerce if you don't let's say you're an ECOMMERCE player and you have two thousand products on your website..
"valentin" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Step step step when she was doing her performance that there was almost a disconnect between the lyrics and what she was doing where yon. Fortunately, she did seem like the weakest player here. We saw that before I think she wound up in the bottom two drink Kardashians. The musical just because when she was doing those complicated hand game with Valentin. It wasn't necessarily working for and look it's a tough thing to do. And sometimes, you know, she she puts outlooks and she does amazingly at that. And I'm assuming maybe if she'd had slower slinky choreographies, she could have sold it more. But here it just was not a match for her. A robot shuffle come back and make a gift out of that is so bad. Oh, yeah. I think the sub right? It already has that put on there. It's just I mean, it's basically like there's. There's a step you on drunk uncle where it's like, I don't know grandma who means well at the wedding where she's like, oh, I'm dancing. I'm getting into uptown funk with Bruno Mars, and it's just like, maybe you should sit back down and eat more of those orders. She's head of she's with it. All right. Finally, we gotta finish. With a good note. Here Monet Ryan's up in the bottom three and a vocal performance last week. She wants to redeem herself, it's a it's an episode about route Dempsey, and she's able to get it here finishing in the top two. And looking I think reading between the lines with Ross the best she's ever looked on drag race branch. I know you alluded to this before that you mo- name might not necessarily always be on the same page. But how did you feel about her this week? This was the first time in drag race her story that I was not frustrated with anything that Monet exchanged did she was like the draft where we picked her number one. I think I picked her number one for a last season of drag race. We looked at her and what we looked at all the little YouTube videos of stuff that she had done going into drag race. And we're like this Queen is going to win it. We a hands down just give her the check. And then she went on there and she struggled and every runway was a challenge. This made me so happy. This is the first time. I was like, you know, what you could win this. You can win this. Finally, I'm looking finally, I'm looking at you, not as somebody who has underachieving, but who is over achieving who is blowing me the fuck away everything about this was great not only that I would like to point out the fact that she knew she's a vocalist. Did she sing? The the performance challenge. No. She wrapped it. She was like, you know, what I'm going to bother with that. I know what's going to bring the house down. I'm going to go out there wrap it I know I can sing this. But I'll be I'll be maybe it'll be a little self conscious you recording studio with people watching. Maybe maybe you're nudist know yourself that that's not going to bring it. So you you go to plan B, and you say I'm going to wrap this, and I'm going to be funny and make people laugh and be really fun and witty and then on the runway you're gonna give me something that you've never given me before never ever has. She given me an outfit that was this fitted in that was this great monochromatic in a way that was totally unexpected for someone like Monet, and then giving a face that is painted for the gods and hair that wasn't it wasn't the biggest on the runway. But it was pretty freaking great. It was wonderful everything about this was great. I really thought she had a chance to win. I think maybe if the song was a little different she might have had a chance, but..
"valentin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Line for Accessory designer for Valentin Soto you've gotta step cookie This is not for the. Faint of heart people And talking about you know that it could be a bit nerve racking for the dog parents at, least with on display Laura in your previous life you're a. Singer and you perform the theater in New York so backstage compare with what. Goes on just before. Curtain in a Broadway show all that's probably crazier Yeah, I I h mob I tried to get the he's ready try to live up in order be there making sure that their their, whole for baby correctly so the Dow is showed at then. You don't thank God our veterans like Wendy Kaieda you know we really say. That she grow into Subtypes of little. Pissed functional family, but accept been any type of test after. The cut. You, know, you always have. People who don't agree with. The three, judges opinion black people like Wendy who is, seasons a lot of the girls because our family. They'll say take a brats you're gonna be fine just watch me so, you know we. Really will, take care of each other that's wonderful And I'm always backstage to help. By the She's one you gotta, be by 'em don't want any wardrobe malfunctions Right right not just for my contestants but for everyone I I wanna. Make sure every money goes up there. And presents themselves the best And then that. Does this to one of the things that stance the brand, differently other contests is that the. Moms who required to, way up a lack so they are. The accessory and prefer baby is this, star so you're, not, even. Really looking I tell the, judges I stepped in, front of you naked it went better looking at the mother it's all about When you went out with. Matter doesn't someone I think somebody would, notice that Not even get the FOX or the job because it is all about the, for baby title for. Chico you you're the full package you. Have account that is constructed. Creativity at the the firm baby he. Has, the fabulous personality and presents well it is especially if you tell you tell you like. Where they this at, this job barracuda of, the baby the highest title vibrant which you know we doubt bid. Doing five big of. A. Year. This is the pickiest Yup Yup and it's become quite famous and yet for the beautiful, for babies and the incredible design but also for its accrue Truman like your three-course dinners for both. Dogs and their parents and everybody I'd be hard pressed to stay who's Getting. The better meal here we saw doggie champagne the works but that's just a part of it hell everybody because people are coming from all over the country to attend Castilian this year your, community is very spread. Out and it's it's really grown help. People a little bit about. What they can expect a billion this. Year, any special, New York touches added that sort of thing well of course you know I. Always liked to out, outdo myself so we, Ecorse hop request the all the dogs are served organic chicken Steve. That's Dubose there is. A. Three. Tier offer baby Kate bad is to the east on top of that with the shampoo, and then I also trying to tie in to my background we have our fabulous dancer steps a. Broadway opening up the Qatari in for Night so it it not only is wonderful? Fashion, but I've, tying in, a lot of my background I was, Broadway into this attack so. I think is is between the the centerpieces, to. Distinguish lighting. Has all been stepped up more than. Last year some you know of course last year this time last year. We were Jupiter Florida just the road of the grant what. Year is astronomical that we went for beat it Florida to begin an hot Yorker hotel and. The gorgeous redone ballroom it how I you're sitting there hobby I tender with your Furby you know it it is taking, the luxury, of a pack to the highest point but the other a, riding. Of it is that everybody's there. Yes they love the contact but they're are to raise, funds for the charity I Say about that before we talk, about the charity tell everybody 'cause there's just a few tickets? Left, how they can get, tickets well to be honest there are no tickets. Are Like we are sold, out actually, was about two weeks before the event and I have I was therapist as heck that ad Atlantic, can account for that that I. Was going to come. Back at, you. Know. Not be able to at least. Get the Benham of what I had told that that you like. I exceeded that by so much it's not even funny that's amazing Laura congratulations now tell everybody about every year, Laura chooses a charity to raise funds for. It's. Not, every year it's every event and billion, being her biggest event of the year and now being in New. York this year hell us about the charity that you chose sure I because the brands travel state just. Say I. Always try to pick and underdog rescue, to try to help so. This, year the ca-, tell you it's it's helping Us more nonprofit organization called nine one one. Rescue they are based out of Long Island they are Volunteer base. Which means they have they'll want that is getting, paid. For what is raised, from any of their that's so. Everything that the tell you raise Wilco geographically she's with her babies and that's when I look for I look for those smaller. Rescues who, really be family like g grow to help them, keep their doors open to. Keep helping you know ninety percent of the, babies that. Come chew cheek all of that's all. Rescues so What were very much about the baskets, and I fell about what's. What They're just so lovely group of, ladies were, tickled pink were when, I called them and asked if they you know like to do that Fantastic fantastic now we're going to take a short. Break from our sponsor but when we come back anybody who's interested who thinks they might have a budding superstar in there for a baby Wendy's going to tell us how duchess and. G g became runway model got into the business. Net is gonna tell us about her worst wardrobe malfunction, and what, she did about it And we're gonna learn from Laura about some of the wonderful silent auction. Items that are.
"valentin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The Phillies in the Padres at citizens? Bank park for. Game two of their day-night doubleheader KYW's John Johnson is at the game, has more John Mayer j. fills Padres underway bottom. Half of the first know who Vince Alaska's making the start a one two three. Top half of the first bats now getting. A first cracking it's right into the least Perdomo your lineups Carlos Santana leading off. And playing I he grounded out. To, second, followed. By Reese. Hoskins in left, who flew out to center Oduber Harare just recorded the third out, and end at center Nick Williams cleaning up and in right jasmine Valentin. Bats fifth. In its second followed by wall at third Kingery at shortstop whore how far. Behind the plate in the pitcher spot this, is the nightcap of a doubleheader finale of a weekend set, against San Diego, oddly mature When the dodgers had. To come to town for three beginning tomorrow it has begun to rain here at the ballpark however the cover on actually removing the cover from the tarp as we. Speak play. Carries on entering the second no score between the phils and. Padres putting live from. Citizens Bank. Bark Don Johnson KYW NewsRadio in the first game Nick NFL behind early giving up three runs in. The first inning one in the fourth and then two. More runs in the six Phillies manager gave gambler I believe that it's always easy in hindsight to, pick, apart pitch selection and sequencing however as. I think back to that. Inning there were balls that if they were afoot one way or the other. They're out and we don't even have this conversation so the Phillies offense could not keep up with the Padres as they just manage to runs and six. Hits the entrees win ten to two? In other games. Washington nationals are leading the Atlanta Braves four to two after six innings. The game right now is the middle in the. Middle of a.
"valentin" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I was very pleasantly surprised i have to say either that she got some shade poor you know why she on this season she was obviously replacement for valentina we don't need to see her anymore but she has really shown me that she has grown she has evolved as a queens since original season even though that was based but a year ago on the beat looked right during the runway i it's soft it's polished on the thing i liked the most about it was the the huge hair i mean it was absolutely redeemed like if the if the pointed this challenge was to rid rudeina yourself from the original challenge i mean but she looked the other she said it the ugly issues ever felt was daring that um up i read that every the fairytale princess disaster challenge exactly because not only was she looking terrible but the person who she didn't understand was getting all the praise this is where the whole euro model i am naturally that's another reason why it's infamous is because like the key the camera has video of her wearying this wack adieu didi pickles away from rugrats talking of valentin s so it's it's sort of like now it's like double infamy twenty two because valentino during this episode where she got criticized by aaj of her yourself you know your your your beautiful your motto of a of lineage lisa she was basically we're hearing are not something that was really impressing the other queens but it was very polished and very pretty and the judges just loved it same thing with with the isas look it again he wasn't earthshattering okay let's be real on abm judging on a curve here but it was definitely very very pretty i was living for what she was serbian it wasn't anything that i hadn't seen before but for asta and the beef and the way she presented i thought he was really really good amy white house on the other hand really really blew me away i was i am not patrimony with amy white house so i went back and wants a couple of videos of her and ajit join emu white house i mean she got it i i definitely felt like that it was a great presentation sheikh arguably could've ended up in the top three inside.
"valentin" Discussed on Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists
"Discuss that on the podcast before is while it it's almost as if it a madam mont when they sent valentin route because it was pretty much twenty years before free full effect of the and it's fat lana who's in your in your book net yet and set lana only went because again the russians ever aware of the prying andrey fairly rayon wanting to beat sally ride and then the first female spacewalks are it was never about equality or choosing the right people it was all about that propaganda this book tells the story of the human space race and the people who were involved in that but as we nice space is this huge thing that underpins all of our lives and i'd really like to tell the stories at the people he will put the weather satellites in orbit and the satellite navigation system yeah he is an older planetary missions that we've done out two miles and pluto when jupiter and all of those things this same any more women in the wider industryleading hooliganism quite difficult choices because you've got i mean you know may jemison in that you've got sunny williams to nasa astronauts there's a nice variety of engineers psychologists nurses all these ranges of women who were involved and we know from things like hidden figures that in a women one absent we would we were there and things like this help publicize that but you must have evolve a sea of hacked to leave women out sanley m they were they were people i couldn't put in there were people that i wanted to put in but i felt they they didn't fit in the boat really my my choices would driven by what half these women done in human space flight and it wasn't good enough just to have gone to space to be an astronaut radi i was looking for people who had been trailblazers all had in some way played of real sort of key contribution to that area and that this same anymore who were in there and i do hope i get to riots the iverson telmo stories cites a suitable i would've loved while i did i've enjoyed it now but.
"valentin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To a normal cycle is within the last nine years that have been indifferent because of the eu's appropriate down to employ financial market and as central bank valentin influence over the financial markets is is a great gradually eroded the financial markets were returned towards the normal and that will give us more normal that quicko behavior brokerage chris great in the stock market how high can tenure yields go before they send the us economy into another recession well i think you need to see interest rates higher for where they are now from us economy to go into recess and i think they're very good have to be if my had we pay higher than this the 10year yield probably felt where a tire so in other words if 10year yields were about the little over four percent that would be enough to send the us into recession well sara lee today with the level of of that magnitude yeah i i think would be chrysler yellow anyway tonight rapes alone dealers the reset board mccarthy thank you so much for joining us and fortunately after the that their chief financial officer chief financial economist jeffries right now we're heading to alec stealing jonathan pharaoh a bloomberg television interviewing gary cohn lets us in it fairer there with a very special guest right now good thank you sound like ferry eu as employers adding the most workers in a year in october rebounding hasn't cameras a slowdown that jobless rate find a lowest since two thousand while wages so joining us from the white house is gary con white house national economic council director gary great to see you so the.
"valentin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And carries around a pera salwen tells you these fabulous stories and shows you picture we got to see valentin owen you know like all of the that's you know the actor known her the designer yet things gift fears for cars were also you saw the grave not the actual no no dead bodies um but lots of earns and lots of catacomb rda catacombs crept smell who anyway so we did this tour is a very nice toured i've learned a lot and i could spend probably now we're talking about the rest of it however i've waited 'til the tour ended and then after we're outside of the mausoleum were judy garland as i was like that is so fascinating you really made that she's cakes for the golden girls would you ever talk about that on the radio by the way and he was like oh turns out i've been on your station before watts talking about my books and oh by the way i've shot classes at cooks on crocus hillstop yeah so he has a connection to minneapolis k fall and he'll be joining us what's his name second order go hillary okay i believe this is laissez all right but we'll we'll get all the info into just for that now i know calling you did have some other questions or at least you were curious about the actual cemetery tour yeah but i don't want to talk about that right now because i wanted to talk about how you saw the little how some of the prairie oh yeah okay so we did the paramount studios to her and everybody is like all that sought fund that's the borer when you need to go the warner brothers thirty on as like oh great banks i'm telling you it was i don't think for like kids i don't take your kids i.
"valentin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The fifty six black and white television film extra valentin that's a long long time ago to what that because he would report game on it iran in fact here with the time for michael rene when he did mayor and the kind of fame laker often from on coal and all those her class oh my god you know i put on ice by the thais shy well you know actually had robert call uh in 2003 george i put on or my partner we put on the largest then call by two thousand three on the queen mary with five pawn stars you're kidding though it george where the shortwave him be we had bought adam we had lada would uh david purity showed up he just finished and kill bill we his timothy mock free from the original 007 perth movies you know robert davi he's one of our buddies he played sanchez and one of the james bond will lead it will the guy that with whippy is back furhman manforman puerto of orbit authority on james bond living today yeah in the book holy family are very very good friend and uh we're we're probably going to do that but i tell you what you need to do and i will the board of directors and you should do you need to go down and do your show and that oriented toward to or dragon khan grow larger by by conviction in the world when desert when is it do you know yep timber labor day weekend oh i can't do it this year though you created the hair beginning to do it i mean i wasn't part of the people that they have on the show white you know loopholeridden narrow and all the different all my god reid i'd ever i'd be endless with guests a common like crazy with yes an worked with yet i would ever worked with yet but with mike dropped media director and bring work oh down there you do so and and i don't if ever been what conway cup avocado where yeah they don't a bit those kids they state they stay up all.
"valentin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty four hundred next reported one 39 wbz's traffic news time 105 here's the fourday wbz accu weather forecast with wbz tv meteorologist berry burbank clouds will tend to rule the rest of the day the just a chance of a little limited sunshine southeast to massachusetts and showers movin by later this afternoon high seventy two lows tonight sixty two with showers and areas of fog it'll be murky tomorrow morning with those showers and some fog than maybe a little brightening in the afternoon high seventy three sunday will feature the most sunshine with a gusty wind out of the south highs of eighty seven 70s on the cape partly sunny mug indian breezy with showers and thunderstorms late monday and wbz tv meteorologist berry bre bank on wbz news radio ten thirty cloudy and 72 degree wbz news time 106 day five of deliberations in a bill cosby trial outside philadelphia has jurors asking to hear some testimony again as a try to avoid deadlock the jury had two questions they asked for the definition of reasonable doubt they also asked for read back of bill cosby sworn deposition from andrea constanze two thousand and five civil case a section in which he talked about having a prescription for kwilu dhs years ago and giving the pills to women before sex earlier this morning other cosby accusers including victoria valentin said yesterday's announcement that the jury was deadlocked was frustrating we still have hope though just wondering and awaiting it's real cliffhanger the seven men and five women continued deliberate here today steve kastenbaum and norristown pennsylvania mo progressive brings you floetry with flo the more you save bears and live in a cave but that's irrelevant here so that to the subject we steer snapshot saves.