36 Burst results for "Victoria"

Fresh "Victoria" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:32 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "Victoria" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Of the 6th inning Again Nat's Victoria this afternoon 13 7 another one coming up at 6 A front hand ran WTO sports The top stories were following for you at this hour on WTO President Biden delivering the commencement address at the university of Delaware urging graduates to come together to help America heal the president and First Lady will travel to you valdi Texas tomorrow 21 people killed there in that mass shooting spree What police did or did not do a new valdi now under investigation that delay and confronting the shooter who was in the school for more than an hour could lead to possible criminal charges against the police themselves Vice president Kamala Harris was at the funeral of Ruth whitfield Jeez the 86 year old who was the oldest of the ten people killed during the racially motivated mass shooting at buffalo's tops market back on May 14th This was not scheduled to speak but did make impromptu remarks There were WTO for more on these stories to make up in just minutes It's 5 17 a judge handing down two life sentences to a West Virginia man in connection with the murder of two people in Montgomery county back in 2018 Prosecutors say Ashley Dickinson and Joshua Fraser were found shot in the head execution style in the back of a running car in burtonsville the man found guilty Gregory Jones has now been sentenced to two consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole Nobody thinks this can happen to you Ashley's mother Susan says it's been a long road for her family and Joshua's family Is there closure Yes someone has been found guilty and he'll be in jail for the rest of his life But life goes on in our families And we're missing someone very important Jones was also given an additional 30 years for handgun charges Shana stew in WTO P news It's 5 18 Traffic and weather together on the 8th of the Saturday afternoon let's go to Joe Fox of the traffic Adele over on the add loop of the beltway in prince George's county Maryland we're still seeing some fairly significant delays as you come up from Richie Marlborough road as central avenue the earlier vehicle fire was on the right shoulder And then once you get past that and pass two O two you're in pretty good shape just a minor volume delays through green belt at this point Northbound BW Parkway is going to be slow between one 97 and one 98 Looks like both lanes are now open southbound you're in great shape all the way between the beltways although inside the capitol beltway there will be a little bit slow coming off of four 95 headed towards four ten As you continue south down onto D.C. two 95 you'll be you'll find yourself slow From burrows avenue to about east capital street northbound two 95 is in pretty good shape interstate and D.C. two 95 On the 14th street bridge is going to be very slow This is volume only as we're crossing over from Pentagon city It really doesn't open up until the third street tunnel so if you're headed to the Nats game if you're driving to the 6 p.m. game expect some extra some folks accompanying you on the roadways there The westbound freeway headed out towards Virginia you're in good shape northbound D.C. two 95 has nicely cleared out at this point Virginia we're looking good No issues on the capitol beltway 95 southbound just the usual volume headed south from lorton across the aqua in the northbound truck or disabled track to trailer we think it was is cleared And you're in good shape all the way to and from Fredericksburg 66 with no issues nothing on the dulles toll road and headed around to two 70 are also fine all the way up to Frederick Silver diner spring menu has several new plant based options from the vegan and gluten free Thai cauliflower quinoa pasta to their dairy free shake silver diner dot com eat well be well Joe Fox WTO traffic Thank you to NBC four Samara Theodore some are sometimes cold today Yeah it's been beautiful all the while though Temperatures right now in the upper 70s headed into the low 60s tonight.

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NY Times' Victoria Kim Fell for Satirical Tweet on Travel Mask Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | Last month

NY Times' Victoria Kim Fell for Satirical Tweet on Travel Mask Mandate

"Just when you think the tail of Lorenz's and Philip bumps of the world have taken journalism to new basements of stupid You've never seen before Jared rabel posts on his Twitter this guy who wrote that satirical thing about them screaming This is maga airspace He gets messaged by a New York Times journalist about the tweet Listen I don't know if it's real or not I don't know if he's lying it up and the email it's from a blue check mark thing Victoria Kim It says hi Jared I'm a New York Times journalist Really You may want to reevaluate that one I'd love to speak to you over the phone about what happened on your flight this evening Can you please give me a call she lists a number or let me know how I can reach you Hope this isn't coming too late in your day Thank you Look forward to hearing from you soon This guy's got to be sitting there in stunned disbelief like holy Moses These really are the dumbest people on Planet Earth I mean why else would they go to J school Journalism school I mean you really have to be an idiot to believe this happened Flight attendants pulled off their masks sneezed directly in there How would they do that even on command While screaming this is maga airspace This is obviously a joke So does Jared rabel writes back I didn't get to cover this on the podcast And Jim was horrified He was candidly disgusted and threatened to quit at my editorial judgment He was happy it happened on the show He's the EPM but he was horrified in my judgment not covering this on the podcast Here's how Jared rabel responds To the reporter Hello Victoria I would love to discuss the incident at your earliest convenience I was pretty upset about the whole thing Unfortunately it's satire that only someone in The New York Times would believe

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Victoria Toensing on the Latest in the Sussmann Indictment

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:57 sec | Last month

Victoria Toensing on the Latest in the Sussmann Indictment

"We have to discuss the latest developments in the sussman indictments, the John Durham furtherance of his investigation. It seems as if mister sussman, the lawyer for the Hillary Clinton campaign, who manages to get meetings with the chief council of the FBI via text in less than 24 hours, that he doesn't have the best legal team. Because he doesn't have the best. He doesn't have the best facts. It's really hard. So when he was indicted, the one count indictment, which was 27 pages, which is unusual. They came out. The specimen team came out and said, well, maybe baker didn't have a good memory. That was the FBI guy. Or we don't think we said that. We don't remember any later testified that he actually had a client. And then all of a sudden assessment in a filing just about a week ago says, ta-da, here's the text message. You

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Joe DiGenova Feels Indicted Former NY Lt. Gov. Was an Easy Target

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:53 sec | Last month

Joe DiGenova Feels Indicted Former NY Lt. Gov. Was an Easy Target

"Let me ask the big picture question. Does the indictment, the arrest of the former lieutenant governor, how should those who've lost faith in the judicial system in America react to that? Because given 2020, given January 6th, given the Russia collusion hoax, is this a little glimmer? Is this a little soup saw of, okay, maybe the justice system has a chance? Well, I wouldn't be too quick to judge. This is the southern district of New York, which has spent most of its time going after Republicans and making life miserable for people who supported Trump and going and hating Trump. Yes. So they found a Democrat in an easy case of bribery where there's all kinds of evidence. This is something they should do in their sleep. This is no big deal. It's not a spectacular case, but at least at least they weren't afraid to indict a Democrat.

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Victoria's Secret Is Now in the Business of Shifting Culture

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Victoria's Secret Is Now in the Business of Shifting Culture

"But I want to talk about an article. This is by Chris ruffo and Citi journal. It's called social justice lingerie. And the article is just downright funny. It's not intended to be funny, ruthless, not exactly like a laugh, a minute guy, but what he's describing is how a Victoria's Secret. They came under fire from all these left wing activists. They came under fire for no other reason that their basic business model was beauty, right? This is the idea of saying to women if you want to look beautiful if you want to look like a model, these are the clothes you should wear. And of course, to some degree, it's an illusion as all advertising is to some degree an illusion, but nevertheless, the activists were up in arms and they started raging about the fact that Victoria's Secret was transphobic and didn't care enough about the environment. It was doing deforestation and so on. Well, what's happened is Victoria's Secret has sort of completely surrendered, and what that means is they've sort of, first of all, they booted out all their old kind of famous models, people like Heidi Klum and Gisele Bündchen and Tyra Banks, all these people are like out they're gone. They don't represent true social anymore. In fact, they represent an actual social. They don't represent Victoria's Secret anymore. In fact, they represent they probably should represent true social. It'll probably be great for true social. Tyra Banks join truth social. That's where I hang out these days. Gisele Bündchen. Find me on truth social. You might get more than you bargained for. No. Anyway, the point here is that Victoria's Secret has decided to go with a new coterie of models. People like Megan Rapinoe, LGBTQ activist, people like transgender transgender swimsuit model Valentina sampaio. Or Amanda de cadenet. So Amanda, the academy says the point of Victoria's Secret is no longer to sell underwear. It is to quote shift culture.

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Charlie Kirk on the Potential Bio-Labs in Ukraine

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:16 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Kirk on the Potential Bio-Labs in Ukraine

"Charlie, you're a friend. I want to talk to you about everything, but let's talk about something that I normally wouldn't talk about on this program, like bio labs. There are people listening to this program. Today's Monday who they haven't drilled down into this world. Can you sum it up and explain? Yeah, we did a whole hour on this and the short answer is we don't know the full extent of what is true and what is not. Here's what we do know is that Victoria Nuland did an entire Senate testimony where she said that there are biological laboratories in Ukraine and there really worried about them falling into the hands of the Russians. Okay, now what is biological laboratory? It could be anything. It could be a place where you develop biochemical weapons. It could be a place where you do gain of function research where you develop Chinese Corona type virus. In Ukraine. Potentially, we don't know. So then the State Department responds after Victoria Nuland kind of screws up this entire testimony. Can I guess? They said, absolutely not. This is false information. Close. Yeah, basically they said it's Russian propaganda. And they said, I'll get to that in a second. They think the constitution, the United States Constitution is Russian propaganda. Yeah, I mean, look, I don't think they'll stay had a big impact on James Madison. She wasn't alive yet, but anyway, so there are some good Russian Russian literature, mostly about depression and surviving imminent death. That's actually the great approach. That's great. The great contribution. But actually, look, when you say, when you say no kidding, okay? Because you live in this world, so it doesn't blow your mind the way it blows my mind. I haven't been doing satire. The idea that they would say that? Well, let me get to the whole, let me complete it really quick. There's a lot of details. So she says it, State Department says, okay, we admit there were Soviet era relics like they were Soviet era labs that used to exist and the Russians want to get their hands on them. So that doesn't make a lot of sense because no one was really worried about Chernobyl. Being taken over because when you say Soviet era, that is 30 years ago. Well, meaning that they're not denying that they're there, they're just saying that the Americans have no involvement. They're not of any geopolitical significance. Then you go to the Russian side of this, which the Russians are known liars are government is also known for lying, so take whatever it's worth. The head of their foreign minister comes out and says, we have come across active biochemical laboratories that the United States have been funding and have been involved in. Now, we would probably scoff at this if we didn't also have the last two years of experience. I was going to say of the Wuhan institute of virology and the National Institute of health and the fact that Anthony Fauci has now gone into the witness protection program. The moment that Vladimir Putin invades Ukraine, it's like Fauci has gone missing is he worried that there's going to be a revelation here? What were these laboratories doing innocent enough type of biochemical research, which I don't think can be done very innocently? Or was this another kind of a Petri dish, no pun intended of our State Department trying to play God and the farthest reaches of the corner of the world and was there gain of function research being done was Vladimir Putin worried that this could have made a pathogen that would then escape into Russia. These are all very valid questions. Our entire national security apparatus doesn't want us to ask these questions. Because they call it Russian

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Jack Posobiec Shares His Thoughts on the Bio-Labs in Ukraine

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Jack Posobiec Shares His Thoughts on the Bio-Labs in Ukraine

"More. Jack, welcome back to the program. Hey Charlie, I was a pleasure. So Jack, what is the truth behind the bio laboratories in Ukraine? There seems to be a lot of chatter about it. Victoria Nuland talked about it in her discussion with Marco Rubio, are these Soviet relics? Are they active? Was the United States involved in it? Was their potential gain of function research? The floor is yours. Well, Charlie, when it comes down to these bioweapons, you know, normally, if we hadn't lived through the events of the last two years, I would be so willing to just say, of course, these are simply, you know, diagnostic testing centers. There's nothing going on here. Don't worry about it. But what we've learned about the NIH is funding and what they were doing through eco health alliance in Wuhan, right? That has given me to the point where I do not trust these people anymore. I don't trust them when it comes to their statements. I don't trust them when it comes to them saying that they're not conducting shady research and foreign laboratories. Like we saw them do in Wuhan. So the question then becomes, why was it? It simply arrested this, right? I thought this entire thing was some ridiculous Russian or Chinese disinfo campaign, try to take the heat off of Wuhan, try to throw some of the Iraq War rhetoric back on our faces. And then all of a sudden, Victoria Nuland comes out and says, well, we have to be very careful about letting any of these research materials get into the hands of the Russians. And the minute she said that, the entire narrative shifted because wait a minute, if what's in there is active, this isn't just stuff that's on ice or something that's very deep underground, that there is something in there that could potentially be used. And then Marco Rubio again responds saying, well, if something was used, it would be by the Russians. Of course, of course, if you used by the Russians. So let me get this straight. What exactly is the magical thinking of the mainstream media now? And I saw you know all these like debunk pieces that have come out. It's this magical thinking that says there's no bioweapons, but even if there are, it's definitely Russians. How does this

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Natalie Winters Intrigued by Victoria Nuland's 'Research Materials'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Natalie Winters Intrigued by Victoria Nuland's 'Research Materials'

"I thought this is just incredible And Victoria Nuland she said something during the conversation she was having with Rubio up on the hill She talked about research materials they were concerned about What do you think she meant by that Was she talking about pathogens or was she potentially talking about something worse Well you know I don't think we know the answer to that yet but I think it really is amazing that you have someone like Victoria newland who I would say is probably a contender for the moniker of Queen of the swamp maybe Hillary Clinton might beat her But to see someone like that standing up there admitting that the United States government was indeed funding and working with these labs I think that's saying the quiet part out loud but I think this again relates to Wuhan in the sense that as these are labs that receive taxpayer funds right And the fact that we can't answer that question the fact that we don't necessarily know what exactly the Russian government could potentially be gaining access to or even nefarious actors within Ukraine the types of pathogens that they were working on might I add with the windows open as a lot of these reports were documenting the improper safety protocols that they were carrying out is just a perfect example again of these sort of I think just misguided international scientific collaborations specifically in Wuhan specifically in Ukraine I mean I don't know why we're building biological weapons research facilities so close to proximal to a country specifically Russia when we know there's a history of conflicts between Ukraine and Russia that's like building nuclear reactors on a fault line You're just asking for it for

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Victoria Nuland Says Ukraine Has Biolabs at Risk of Russian Control

Mark Levin

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Victoria Nuland Says Ukraine Has Biolabs at Risk of Russian Control

"Here is Victoria Nuland under Secretary of State for political affairs today at a hearing or yesterday rather Actually under questioning by Marco Rubio cut one go Does Ukraine have chemical or biological weapons Ukraine has biological research facilities which in fact we are now quite concerned Russian troops Russian forces may be seeking to gain control of So we are working with the Ukrainians on how they can the Ukrainians Okay I had a taste of this earlier in the hour You're working with the Ukrainians to try and help you with this Well what do you expect the Ukrainians to do since they're under attack What do you expect them to do

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The Untold Story of Bio-Labs in Ukraine

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | 2 months ago

The Untold Story of Bio-Labs in Ukraine

"This is USA Today just a couple of days ago, quote fact check. Fact, false claim of U.S. bio labs in Ukraine tied to Russian disinformation campaign. China pushes conspiracy theory about U.S. biolabs in Ukraine. Newsweek, U.S. biological weapons in Russia separating the fact from fiction. Business Insider, debunked conspiracy theory about U.S. bioweapons laboratories in Ukraine, fact check why you crush Russia claims U.S. biolabs in Ukraine don't hold up. PolitiFact totally false. Russia is targeting U.S. biological weapons in Ukrainian invasion. Okay. So I could go through that into great detail. But I do want to play a cut here from yesterday that has kind of prompted all this and then we're going to bring our expert guests to help us navigate it. So Victoria Nuland, who's the undersecretary for political affairs, was asked a question of Marco Rubio. And I think Marco Rubio was asking her this question to kind of debunk this and get this over with. But in fact, the exact opposite happened. Play cut 66. Well, I only have a minute left. Let me ask you. Does Ukraine have chemical or biological weapons? Ukraine has biological research facilities. Which, in fact, we are now quite concerned Russian troops Russian forces may be seeking to gain control of so we are working with the Ukrainians on how they can prevent any of those research materials from falling into the hands of Russian forces should they approach. I'm sure you're aware that the Russian propaganda groups are already putting out there, all kinds of information about how they've uncovered a plot by the Ukrainians to release biological weapons in the country and with NATO's coordination. If there is a biological or chemical weapon incident or attack inside of Ukraine, is there any doubt in your mind that 100% it would be the Russians that would be behind it? There is no doubt in my mind, senator, and it is classic Russian technique to blame on the other guy, what they're planning to do themselves. So there is Victoria Nuland, basically admitting that there are biological research facilities in Ukraine and Russians want to get their hands on them. Was the U.S. funding these facilities if so who was behind it and what type of research was

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Sen. Ted Cruz Is Trying to Learn More About U.S. Biolab in Ukraine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz Is Trying to Learn More About U.S. Biolab in Ukraine

"So senator one of your colleagues Marco Rubio had Victoria Nuland up on Capitol Hill yesterday Victoria Nuland has not a lot of credibility with me who was a central figure in the whole spygate Russian collusion fiasco but it was a very concerning exchange yesterday about this what Victoria Nuland called a biological research lab And Ukraine And it appears doing some homework on this that this was a long-term effort with Barack Obama and senator Luger a former colleague of yours To help them build out this bioweapons counter proliferation operation in Ukraine This is really concerning center because there's such a crisis of truth right now in the media You don't know what to believe and what not to believe As a guy who's read in on a lot of these things I understand this things you can and can't say but your thoughts on this Well Dan I agree with you that it is concerning that we had her testimony at the public hearing about a U.S. government facility There in Ukraine that is at risk of being seized by the Russians and that is troubling And at this point I think a number of us in the Senate are focused on learning precisely what was being done at that particular lab I can tell you I don't know the answer to that now I've already directed my team to begin trying to get to the bottom of it And I will tell you getting answers from the Biden administration on just about anything is not easy They stonewall practically anything you ask them But they have not affirmatively told us what was occurring there and so my staff is in the process of trying to find out the answers to

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Rep. Victoria Spartz: No One Is Safe in Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:15 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Victoria Spartz: No One Is Safe in Ukraine

"Europe, and we're delighted to welcome back to America. Somebody born in the Soviet Union from the Ukraine representing Indiana's 5th congressional district, congresswoman Victoria spots. Welcome back to America first. Thank you, all the pleasure. Congresswoman, the first things first I have to ask you, do you have family in Ukraine if so are they safe? Well, I have my close family here, but I do have some relatives and a lot of people and there is no one who's safe in Ukraine. The situation is very dangerous there. They've been shelling all of the cities and actually the cities I grew up in had been bombed and shelled for all day all night and burning everything and all villages even around the city because they know that people don't have banters there, don't have basements. So and on the ground places to hide. So they've been really purely killing civilians there. This is the hole because the city was able to hold the ground. For now for four days and it has tanks coming from Belarus and also from Russian borders. It's important strategic city. They couldn't take it. There are a lot of mines around the city, but now they are shelling it

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State of the Union Address Will Be Different, Psaki Acknowledges

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:13 min | 2 months ago

State of the Union Address Will Be Different, Psaki Acknowledges

"Secretary wilkie, we're talking about in the break, this administration, tomorrow is the State of the Union, just the sheer fact that sake confirms that the weekend that, yes, we will mention Ukraine in the State of the Union, is mind bending, is it not? It's not surprising. I mentioned on television this weekend that this is faculty lounge lunacy. Yeah. Running this show. The notion that in the midst of a nation of 40 million being overrun, we have a senior White House official who once passed for being Secretary of State. Say that he hopes that Putin will stand by his climate change promise. For those who missed it, we played the cut from cpac, John Kerry, the climate czar, actually said three days ago, he is worried that this war will distract us and Putin from the question of global war global warming and climate change. It's a bachelor. It is. You can not, this is what the Germans used to call cloud cuckoo.

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Rep. Victoria Spartz Calls out Biden, Not Doing Enough Against Russia

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Victoria Spartz Calls out Biden, Not Doing Enough Against Russia

"And they're killing Women and children they do the bombs vacuum bombs Carpet bonsai I mean they are using illegal weapons They now have potential groups that try and kill women and children try to expect western Ukraine I call my friend and she said she was able to get out of her friend was trying to get out She was a woman and the gas station got shot with her children with machine guns So she stayed in the city Their level in the city to the ground destroying the people There's like an animals They're killing the people It is not a war It's a genocide because we have a crazy man That believes that he has the whole world hostage And then we have a president that talks about talks about and doesn't do things And what is he going to wait when a millionth to die then he's going to do more I mean we have not just a moral duty We are the leaders of the free world We want to This is going to be the biggest genocide that ever this world experience And they're not asking them to fight for us but they ask us to help become serious They have ability to defend themselves that actually they need to understand that we're serious about the sanction or do a little bit here Maybe we'll just do a little bit of this oligarch This has been that we are serious And I can tell you one thing if we don't stop him there he is not going to stop he is going to go further And then we'll have to send our children to die to fight this

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Rep. Victoria Spartz Gives Emotional Remarks on Russian Invasion

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Victoria Spartz Gives Emotional Remarks on Russian Invasion

"Representative Victoria spartz Republican Indiana was born in Ukraine She spoke in a very emotional press conference today I wanted you to hear from her Cut three go I didn't prepare a speech So I'll talk from my heart This is not a war This is genocide of the Ukrainian people By a crazy man who can not get over That Ukrainian people do not want socialism Soviet Union communists they want to be with the United States of America They want to be free people with a want to be with the west And he can not get over I'll tell you a personal story I have my grandma she's 95 She's right now in the studio of actually cheering And the part of kiyosu started Moscow and control Moscow So the bombing they couldn't take the city Their bombing civilians nonstop Day and night the whole city she has a daughter she called her daughter she lives in little village by And her daughter told her they came into village with a heavy machine gun Kill almost every person in that village And whatever people left women and children they force them to work in front of the tanks as a human shield Because they can not take that city So she told my mom but she says no don't cry We are not crying here We're going to fight but just give us some guns So we don't just fight with a sticks

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"victoria" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:47 min | 3 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"We're just scratching the surface. There is so much that we want to do, but with regards to what came out first, the development process is so long. It is so long. And so it's kind of what's out of the gate first, right? And what we're happy with because ultimately, how many submissions do we get for every single product? I mean, countless. It depends on the formula and on the depth of the development and how far a certain performance attribute has evolved in terms of raw materials. So it really depends. But yes, for Victoria, trust me, she was like, God, this is long. You know, and then she was like, what are components? They're annoying. What are they? What are component? It's the packaging. Why don't they just call it packaging? Because, you know, they have to be annoyingly technical. And it's just the different pieces that come together to make a certain look. But I think also in terms of the creative process, when we first started, we had conversation about throwing the marker out when you said to me like what could be like the most modern luxury beauty in ten years. What would that be? And that's really where we started because that's where it became obvious that we were going to be digital first, inclusive, clean, sustainably minded, all of these things that were of the future. And we knew it was going to be a challenge, but we knew it was the right way to go. But we also have very similar taste level. And fashion is important and keeping up with trend is important. But I do believe that we know who our customer is, we know what she wants. And you obviously want to have that fashion message, but then for me, the word commercial shouldn't be a bad word either. So it's about knowing your customer and knowing what she wants. What does she want to put on her eyes on her lips on her face? Because the customer is actually us. So ultimately it goes back to what we want, what we desire what we can't find, what we don't have in our makeup bags. What we really, really want. Yeah. I love how you're saying that now. That's really not. So sign of a good partnership. I like that. So you guys are a few years in. What are some things you look back and you're like, oh, I would have done that totally differently. I don't think we would have done anything differently. I think there are some things that now we were right to go direct to consumer. You know, that was always our strategy. And that's where we were lucky, I suppose, and lots of other beauty brands most beauty brands had so many wholesale accounts and retail. We didn't have to worry about that. It was always the strategy.

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Lord Conrad Black Discusses the Current Turmoil in Canada

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 3 months ago

Lord Conrad Black Discusses the Current Turmoil in Canada

"Lord Conrad black, welcome back to America first. Thank you, Sebastian, all this glad to be with you. So Conrad, we have I played a full almost two minutes of this ladies, parliamentary common comments, she's the deputy leader of the opposition Candice Bergen, no the other one. And I'm just going to paint abbreviated version now because I was very pressed play cut. Course, we all condemn hateful and destructive acts by you. At any protest. Whether it's beheading the statue of Queen Victoria and Manitoba, tearing down the statue of sir Johnny in Montreal or putting flags on Terry Fox, whether it's burning churches, whether it's wearing blackface, whether it's lesbian up like, are Nazi flakes. We all condemn it. But I'm not talking about that. A standing ovation for that lady is just in Trudeau is I don't know in hiding got COVID doing blackface again, a lord black. How much is this shaking the body politic in Canada? It's a little hard to say right now. I mean, they started out being pillory by the press as troublemakers who had blocked roads. But as you can see, and it has been clear from the American coverage of it. There really good good guys. There's no violence. Nobody's carrying Nazi flags or anything like that. There's no destruction. And they do have a legitimate grievance. And actually, can I just jump in there? There's amazing footage at one of these rallies for the truckers where a ballet clovered individual popped up from nowhere with a southern flag from the United States and was escorted off the premises of the protests because they say we don't need provocateurs. So I very impressive little black. Look at Canada. It's not a file in place. You know, people are reasonable and moderate and polite. And these people have agreements. I mean, it's very skilled work driving these big trucks. It's absolutely necessary to the economy and the distribution of everything. And almost all of them go back and forth across the border all the time. And this absolutely moronic regulation in this country requires them to quarantine for two weeks after they reenter the

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Is Victoria Jackson Living in a House Divided?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Is Victoria Jackson Living in a House Divided?

"Hey folks welcome to the Eric metaxas show. I was talking to Victoria Jackson and actually son of a gun. I'm still talking to Victoria Jackson Vicky. I want to go back to the most important part of this conversation. Unfortunately, there is no most important part. It's very confusing. So let's just go back to the first part. How about the idea that you bought a house on a mountaintop? And your husband Paul doesn't want to live there. So does this mean you're going to have two houses and that you're going to be a house divided? A household divided? No, my plan is to slowly persuade him to come there, starting with inviting him over for dinner. Well, if you don't mind my asking, how is this house different from the one that you're living in right now? It's bigger, so I can fit all of my memorabilia. As you can see, I'm running out of space. Right. And my mother died, I have a lot of her stuff, and there was in storage. I said, instead of paying for storage for her stuff, I could put it in a house, which would be making an interest while it's storing it until I can disperse it to the children, et cetera. I have a method to my

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"victoria" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"So that's why I'm in shoulder business. Are you serious? That's fantastic. Yeah. It's way better than plug in any movie. Keep going. Yeah. Well, a movie I just did when I was on your show by my birthday and I was we were writing that poem you made my poem away better about the butterfly. Butterflies die? No, you made that other little poem. It was called, why go on? That was funny, actually. Yeah, why go on butterflies die? People leave. That is so dark that it's just so dark. I want to put that in a movie. Somebody who writes that poem. But wait, so what's the movie? And when's it coming out? Not movie was called lost heart. And I got to be a lifelong friends with those people. And they put me in the lost heart. And then I was in a moving they wrote called best years gone and I got to do a handstand and basically the whole my whole role was a close up of my double chin. Vicky went typically when you plug a movie. I know you've never done this before, but typically you want to mention when it's coming out. Oh. Well, last heart came out. And you can see it on encourage TV dot com. Encourage TV dot com family, friendly, free films. And but you said there's a new film or a lost heart the new film. No, last card is the one that I did two years ago when we talked about it. I'm going to walk you through this baby. Don't be scared. Hold my hand. What's the new film? Best year's gone. Okay, when is that movie coming out? I think next month. Best year's gone. Yeah, but see, these films you can't see them in theaters. They're like, how are they films? If you can't see them in theaters, what are they? Victoria, Victoria has frozen up. We're going to go to a break when we come back. I'm going to do better. Ladies and gentlemen, it's my vow to you. I'm going to try to do better. I may fail, but I'm going to try Doug on it. Don't go away. Afraid of loving you love. This girl if you stay strong on the first stage of life. Take your chance on me. Folks, Eric max is here. Somebody just handed me a piece of paper with insane information on it. But I know it's true because the other day I literally got a phone call from Mike lyndell telling me Eric, you got to check out and he then he tells me about this towel special, right? And he says, you've got to tell your audience, okay, so here's the special. 39.99, if you use the code Eric, normally $109 and 99 cents. We're talking about the towels that work. We've talked about this before. It's a technology where the towel is actually do the job of being absorbent and you know, you know that whole thing, so they're amazing towels, but you can get a set of 6 towels for 39.99. You have to use the code Eric, go to my pillow dot com, click on the new radio listener specials and or you can call 809 7 8 three O 5 7 809 7 8 three O 5.

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"victoria" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:15 min | 4 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Dot com. Hey there folks, as you know, talking to Victoria Jackson, who has an untrained dog in the room with her. So we're going to pretend not to hear kaya's barks. Because hezekiah was a good king who followed the ways of the lord, and we don't want to disparage any hezekiah, even if it's a canine version of him 3003 thousand years later. So Victoria, you were just explaining what the first verses of genesis mean and the Hebrew. And I wouldn't have expected in this conversation with SNL alumna Victoria Jackson to go there. So see if you can break this down for us again. So I can get this. Okay, so I'll give you an outline of our conversation thus far. First I talked about moving into a new house, but my marriage is built together. We may live in different houses. I think has a interestingly enough is expressing my feelings. We don't need to we don't need to go back to this. We need to go to where you left off, I think. And then I told you when I was moving, I found this photo album of my father. And then I was telling you that my father taught me a lot of things about the Bible. We were in church four days a week, baptist church. But one of the cool things was in the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. And the earth became without form and void that word in hebrews became. So it opens up a whole bunch of things like why there was dinosaurs and we don't think this is very, very confusing because I've never heard that before. I like to take you and your father's word for it, but it seems like a radical translation of that scripture. So what are the implications if it says in the word say it again? In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. And the earth was without form and void. He said the word was in hebrews became. It doesn't make radical transformations in any of theological doctors. Of course it does, because if it was without form and void, then the lord ordered the formless void into something. Yeah, he said let there be light. And the thing is, maybe that's when Satan was kicked out of heaven. Maybe that's why it became without form and void. Maybe that's why everything the dinosaurs got frozen in the ground. You know, I mean, I'm just throwing it out there because so people can look it up and study the Bible because the Bible is so amazing, theologian study it for their whole life, or it's so simple, a 6 year old like me could understand. Oh, you can't fool me. You're not 6. When I was 6. And when you were 6, because I was going to say there's no way you're 6 years old. What's my dad hands on? Well, yes, he was handsome. I love the fact that you're holding up the photo so that the radio audience can pretend to see it. Oh, yeah. He was very fun. He lived in his own little world. And I guess he taught me that. Like, he would he taught gymnastics at a Jewish camp every summer and that's where I learned about Jewish stuff and he taught gymnastics at a Jewish camp. Yeah, Campo Kala in Florida. And I don't hate you. We would do that on Friday night, wearing white, and forgive me, but you were at some point going to tell us about the movies that you're in. And I want to make sure we don't miss that because I'd love you to I'd love to hear about that. No. Anyway, good segue. Well, I was just going to say my dad made a stress of like Indians around a campfire and do flips off the trampoline through the fire,.

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Victoria Jackson Always Dreamed of Living on Top of a Mountain

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 4 months ago

Victoria Jackson Always Dreamed of Living on Top of a Mountain

"You bought a house. Where's the house, Vicky? It's nearby on the top of a mountain that I've always dreamed on living on the top of a mountain. And the first time I had to give up my lookout mountain Laurel canyon house to marry my current husband and go always putting him down on the air. And I think that's biblical. I think that's, I think you're right to do that. It's not indicative of some kind of a jezebel spirit as some might say. I think it's perfectly biblical. Please continue to drip like water. Go ahead. I'm not putting down. I'm saying that I gave up my house on the mountaintop for him. And then I had another house on that mountain in actin, California. In 2010, and I had to give that up because my daughter wanted to move back to my home. This is my third attempt of living in the top of a mountain. And I got it. Thank you, lord. I'm so excited. There's only one problem. My husband won't move there. You know, I was going to ask that question as a joke because I thought that's kind of a good joke question to ask Victoria. You're moving to this house. You got this house. Is your husband moving with you? And sure enough, you're telling me he doesn't want to. That's our marriage. But wait a second, Vicky. What right do you have to cavalierly unilaterally make some decision? I'm going to buy a house. And we're going, this is the kind of thing couples typically do together. Well, there's because he said to me, I didn't spend my inheritance on anything I want. So I got his permission. He said, you can buy anything you want. But if you buy that house, I'm not gonna move there. And I said, maybe that's a good idea.

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"victoria" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:35 min | 4 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The rocket mortgage Super Bowl square sweepstakes is back and we're kicking off the action again with the largest official game of Super Bowl squares ever. Here's the play by play. There's millions of dollars in prizes and a bunch of lucky fans are gonna win big every single score change will draw one lucky winner from the square to win $50,000. That means touchdowns field goals extra points save these pivot at two point conversion is a winner. 50 G's plus two grand prize winners will win a half $1 million they could use toward their dream home. There's one way to enter two ways to win and zero reasons not to play. See your rules and get in the game for free at rocket mortgage squares dot com. Rocket mortgage, official mortgage sponsor of Super Bowl 56. No purchase necessary legal residents of the 50 U.S. and D.C. of age of majority as 1111 22 equal housing lender license off 50 states. Animalized number 33, the NFL attitude is not offered or sponsored this promotion in any way. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host. Eric vet Texas. Hey there folks, it's the ark metaxas show and did you hear the frog in my throat? That's actually not a frog in my throat. It's my special guest. Our friend, Victoria Jackson, Victoria, welcome. Thank you Eric. I'm so happy to be here. I can't see your face yet because we are having technical difficulties. But I just want to say now I can see you. How are you, my friend? I wrote a song for our show today. You wrote a song for the show. Let me introduce you a little bit more properly. You are a comedian and actress a musician, your name is Victoria, Jackson, and you're the first wife of Samuel Jackson, whom many people know from snakes on a plane. Is that right? No. Am I getting you mixed up with his first wife? Yeah. Okay, scratch that. You are the Victoria Jackson, whom we know from 6 seasons on Saturday Night Live from The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and from the Eric metaxas show with Eric metaxas. Now am I getting it right? Yeah. Yes, and is that a ukulele? What do you have in your hands? In your taxes, Joe. We speak to your taxes. Sure. One rhymes with true. Youth. I'm working on it. Actually youth would be good. I was trying to be good. Ruth is a little kind of old fashioned. Victoria, the only reason I want to have you on the show is because I just like talking to you. And since it's primarily a talk show, I thought we could just talk about what's going on, I know you live in the Nashville area, but you also live in America. And it's interesting that you do both those things at the same time. So I wanted to ask you, what are your thoughts on where we are as a culture right now? And did you know that there's a fire behind you? Did you see that? There's a fire right behind you, an actual fire. Yes, and it's being contained and my dog is chewing up my mail right now. You know, since I'm from Miami, fires are very special to me. And snow is two, and we just had a lot of snow so I'm very excited. You had snow in the national area? Yeah. Did it come all the way down to the ground? Yeah, and it stuck on the ground. With my dog. You got to do what an end. Crunch. To crunch in it with your dog. So I keep okay. We have to update our audience. There are people tuning in. They're like, I don't really know Victoria. And I certainly didn't know that she lived in Miami and had a hankering for northern Ness in the way that C. S. Lewis did. Lewis, you realize that C. S. Lewis, the great CEO at Lewis, he had a hankering a yen for northern Ness. And it's ultimately what drove him to God because he was he would read a lot of the Norse legends about baldur and Odin and he had a love of northern Ness. And it sounds like you're a type of you're kind of a Nashville comic C. S. Lewis. Oh. Well, that is extremely high compliment. Right. Yeah, you're not your darn right it is. But I almost meant it. I know. You know what I'm saying? So you now feel that by living in Nashville, you're getting a taste of the cold, and you're happy. I just want to, I just want to be clear on what you're saying because usually you complain about having been stuck in Miami because your current husband of how many years you guys have been married? 30. 30 years? So you think it's going to last? I don't know. Bye. By Hollywood standards, that's so impressive. If only you lived in Hollywood. Well, listen, so tell us about what's going on in your.

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Julie Kelly Describes Jan. 6 Incident D.C. Police Are Covering Up

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Julie Kelly Describes Jan. 6 Incident D.C. Police Are Covering Up

"In one instance two D.C. police officers one supervisor attacked a woman named Victoria white who I interviewed twice and wrote about her last month D.C. supervisor takes his baton and strikes her on top of her head At least 13 times with a baton Now this is a small woman who is trapped in this tunnel She can not get out He then throws his baton aside and punches her directly in the face 5 times You then see her face is bloodied You see another officer with a woman who has fallen down and can not get out of this tunnel He stomps on the top of her head These are the kind of police brutality that was happening in this tunnel against women This is also the location Mark where Roseanne boyland a 34 year old woman from Georgia Trump's supporter died D.C. coroner said she died of an accidental drug overdose but she was in this tunnel She was overrun by the mob of both police and protesters We're not sure yet There is looks like some evidence that she also was beaten by a female D.C. police officer in that tunnel But she's lying face off dead in front of this tunnel And is then dragged back into the building by police officers including celebrity police officer Harry Dunn and officer aquilino but now who take her body and keep it near steny Hoyer's office until paramedics arrive She's pronounced dead at 6 O 9 There is a very good chance and this is why they don't want the video

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"victoria" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"And i was working for jewelry company and i'm designing beautiful things and then that some cmo or cfo who doesn't understand jewelry or woman or consumers would sit there and go you know what i can't fund this so you can have to do xyz and he doesn't know a thing about you know what women want. So i was just suffocating. So i took a leap of faith but the other thing i'm gonna say to. Whoever is listening all of you are listening is. There's no guarantee in life except failure. You fail you aren't gonna fail this snow. Ask you victoria. What what if you actually learn from failure. What's the biggest takeaway do thing. I think i think i failed a lot because i started my business would just ike really desperation with no money. No mentors no nothing no connections so you can imagine you fail a lot and when you do you feel like you wanna quit and you self doubt seats and you're like okay. Well you know what that was really stupid. I a lot of smart people fail in business. What may what made me think that i was going to succeed. So you know all of these things come into play all the experts that tell you you know. So what happens is when you fail everything that i've ever failed in my life. They caused my success so smaller failures lead to bigger success. It's the only problem. A lot of people have is when you have a small failure. You focus on the failure and you go. You know what i tried to hold you collection was a bomb. I'm just not gonna ever to any flowers anymore because it themselves. Well i would sit there and go. You know what i love. Flowers women love flowers. Everybody loves loves flowers. So what what is it was it that. Why didn't it's up. Well if you can figure that out You basically end up making a better collection. So what i preach. Is that the things that are that are absolutely certain in life is you will fail at something at some point..

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"victoria" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Get you front of your best audience. In case she there and today's call. I'm on the line with victoria week. Welcome to the show victoria. Thank you for having me. So yes absolutely my pleasure talking a little bit about their backgrounds in surnames and things like that just leading up to the cohen for everybody's on the code. If you love jewelry love jewelry designing business you want to learn about how to be successful in this field and i think you're on the right call today because victoria is going to share a lot about that gonna take a deep dive into her experience in an actual fact. There's a lot to unpack here but before we do any of that victoria. I'd love to learn firstly where you located. I'm actually today calling him from belmar california. Now you in australia is myself. I am roy maclaren. Which is a pretty well known wine region in australia now. You trans indy. Get around a fair. bit is yes. I have traveled from my business. I think thirty five or forty countries. Several million miles obviously would code. I having traveled a lot. But i actually live in more than one state your because businesses in different parts of the country in the united states of america. So yes. I do I'm looking forward to traveling specifically to get down to australia and new zealand. That stop only place. I really haven't been that's on my bucket list. Oh yes so. Yes pulled up the door. The door is always open for you. When you do a roy because i'm sure you love it. It's certainly an opportunity to arkansas. More doors and creates a more connections. Stand down south as it were now when you are not working do you. Do you actually ever get any time to relax. And if you do. Do you have any hobbies. Do you like watching movies. What you think you doubt. Yeah so actually. I studied my business based on my hobby. Which is designed and so. I do still do a lot of sketching. I love sketching. I'm here in san diego. Where things are just blooming. All the time know our we are. So i love to paint landscapes and so forth. I love classical music. Play classical music. I listen to sydney opera house. It's one of my bucket list things And i spent a lot of time with my family I started my business to spend time with them so you. It's one of the few businesses that went from zero to five hundred million dollars in sales which was completely designed around their schedule. So you know. I am a mom of two and compromise culture in asian culture. You know mom's very present..

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"victoria" Discussed on Victoria Skau bryter ned fasaden

Victoria Skau bryter ned fasaden

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Victoria Skau bryter ned fasaden

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"The author bio portion of this episode acetate How she wrote the book. She wanted that she didn't have when she was a teenager. And i think to the books were readily available. am speaking from who's going to predominantly white schools and But i did live in a city. That was Pretty biracial between mexican american lot. Next community In white people were a lot of like next sway novels on the shelves. Like i didn't stumble upon the minute. Let me tell you. I read every novel at the library like I love that this book is out there. S video rights. How i understand her. She writes cares anyway that her character who would speak in live if that makes sense Yeah and she writes for an audience. That would understand this. This isn't written for me. A white twenty five year old woman who has booked podcast has written for all the offer. Latina high schoolers there of endless wars And that's that's really great. I think like the one book that had legs in spanish in it is always translated in a glossary. So yeah. Because i i. I read the book i. I've done a few more. Years of spanish than victoria has an have a bit more experience in like written translation. And it's victoria's book. But i was like. I'm just gonna take a pencil and start translating this for her. Just in case it gets a little more complicated and today. She was like thank you for doing that a lot. More of young. My high school spanish did not take any day for though i did have to look up the word for staples but oh and i learned that a moth in spanish is called night butterfly which made so happy That's not the boy I what was my point. Oh i so normally. I feel like if you read any like sixteen to nineteen th century european literature that involves unlike that takes place in another location or has a person who knows multiple languages. Anything that's not in english is typically italicized. A lot of times there's a footnote translation or a glossary or like they explain it right away or whatever And it's like made very very it's a very it gives you strong colonizer vibes. You know like you just know it's like pointing out to the reader like this is a word that we don't understand and this is a word from another place and.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"We wanted to read literally every every single one. Yeah very here. So revolt it. It's wonderful yeah. I read the whole thing. Two days harshly. Because victoria takes longer to read things he gets. I i hope wes anderson added a young child thought to themselves. Study what he learned the word aesthetic. You might historical fiction. And i liked dragon..

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"We wanted to read literally every every single one. Yeah very so it's wonderful. Yeah i read the whole thing. Two days harshly because victoria takes longer to read things. I i hope wes anderson as a young child thought to themselves study. He learns the word static. You might historical fiction dragon. Welcome.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"I'm going to do this now. Like oh yeah that's good. I'm like awesome. Thank you for that approbation. But i also i when i did retake it when i got excited. 'cause you're like rocks nine when i retook it my second highest wasn't i in this also like a very very fun to barack obama. Put tyrod more. Maybe to hit like ms like his work ethic not work just like his. What is the wearing. Translate like his drive makes sense to me. In a way that it's kind of like teams more all over the place Like it's less structured but it is still nine of head in the same place whereas i was like. Yeah like michelle. Like did seem like she. Now let's one track like sheep full kind of just like from the beginning like she was like. This is the path that i'm supposed to tainting. Moore's no instead of just kind of I think. I related to later like later when she would just kind of like switched jobs a lot and i was alternate as i was like that i get that was like i am almost always ready to try a new job. It's something amazing decisive. I think multiple things are interesting. I just want to try my hand at a few things like like doing things like running away just like media hold like basically just kind of like be a in for a second and then but then also michelle meetings like the order the structure thing. I was like both of you. I understand your yeah like i. It's interesting looking at the pair of them. Because i mean brock is much more chaotic. But he but he's also. He has a sense of confidence and belief in his ideals in himself in what he's doing his goals in other people That is what it seems to drive him in seems to like he backs it up with a lot of reading hard work but it seems like the belief and confidence are a lot of what gets him in the door whereas with michelle. She makes very clear like you know. I worked my ass off for this like. She's very practical. She's very like what is immediately in front of me that i can do and like puts in the hours and is very very focused and driven on a particular thing and doesn't have as much faith in other people she's like. I gotta do this myself. And that was kind of the main difference between them both very successful people. But yeah so i yeah i like reading the whole section. I was just like this is giving me excellent insight. Into victoria's mind. I was like this is victoria break. I don't know has moments where she's like when you care so much about what other people think you you blah blah blah and mike. Every she says it. I'm like i know we do care too much. It's not helpful often like knitting too and he talked moving to that like that. School in the west side is like what is now. Yeah and she got her first be or something and had like a small identity crisis like that's kind of part of michelle obama's power. In a way is. I feel like she somehow manages to bring together like her life. Experiences are really relatable to lake a very wide variety of human beings..

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"And victoria. We are two roommates and friends in high school who read a book and tackle each episode. This episode we're talking about becoming by michelle obama and if you haven't read the book already we totally recommend you do it in this one. I said we're not going to be able to completely do the book justice and talk about All the great stories and and notes from michelle obama's life impersonal lots So we recommend you read it. And i don't really know what there is a spoiled because sonata biography. About someone's life. Who still life. So there are no spoilers. Yeah spoiler. I don't know yet. This whole this whole podcasts boiler. I guess just like guess. What obama became president. Yeah there's a few times in the book where she's like. This won't come as a surprise to anyone but obama did not leave his political career. And it's like makes you kind of chuckle. You're like he who doesn't know that. Yeah anyway we are also joined today by the lovely simone stevens.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

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"victoria" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on True Consequences

"The oracle look deeper true consequences as a true crime and mystery podcast with stories based in New Mexico and the American desert Southwest. I'm your host Eric Carter bondini. Hey everybody, welcome back to season 3 of true consequences. This is episode 1 the tragic murder of Victoria Martens this episode contains graphic content including descriptions of domestic violence sexual abuse and child abuse listener.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"So I spent a lot of time alone as a kid in elementary school. I was very much a bookworm, you know books are kind of keep me company and then Middle School, I got really into computers and Tech as a stereotypical so Silicon Valley kid, and yeah, I was very very nerdy in middle school. I would have known no Middle School Sherilyn I got along great. Oh man. Yeah, and then yeah, I think in high school, I you know, wow. Kind of came out of my home body self and started to become more social. But yeah, I think definitely in my formative years. I spent a lot of time alone a lot of time in my life ahead with my own thoughts. So yeah, so I think that's kind of where my introverted nature was developed. Hm. Yeah. Yeah, I I feel like Victoria and I talked about this all the time because our immediate and extended family Dynamics are so different jobs and like I always find it so fascinating because it really wasn't until I like went to college and I think in part being better friends with Victoria cuz I was high school where I realized how weird my family was cuz I grew up in like the most introverted family on the face of the Earth life just like it was assumed that you wouldn't want to do things that you were tired that you didn't want to talk to people like that was kind of the basic assumption was like No, they're probably going to say no and then it's a pleasant surprise if they say yes and like family conversations usually revolved around our areas of expertise rather than around like social gossip or like personal feelings or whatever. You know what I mean? It was very much like what we were learning in school and our parents would get excited about it over the dinner table, but like in terms of family Rules like we were totally allowed to walk our doors my brother and I would be alone for like most of the weekend cuz that was how we had the most fun and like we had a very quiet house and Everyone likes to do sort of solo activities and even when we would come together, we would like watch a movie together or do something that didn't really involve a lot of Talking Dead. And then anytime we would go on vacation or do anything with the family. It's like to this day always assumed that you are allowed to say no, you're allowed to opt out of family activities. Like that is the Baseline assumption like they're you know, people might be sad if you don't want to but it's always understood like oh, yeah, of course, they they can't handle that today. They had two birds. I was like, okay, I'm nineteen years old now. I think I can tell my family. I don't want to do with the family outing. We were like every weekend not every week most weekends that we would like do something that was used to be my feet as a kid, but once we got going I really I guess it was fun. I guess. I'm sure I would have opted out more often if our family Dynamic. Yeah, and I talked about it in like autism-related podcast where like it was like the ideal sort of home. Fireman for an autistic kid because it like all you know, it was usually cold and dark in our house. I like it's been all the time. I wanted a loan and like having a really passionate special interest in wanting to read all about it was like totally fine and I could opt out of anything that made me uncomfortable and.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"Receive way too many ads for like me and he's dead. So in February, I got a cute like they had like these Valentine ones that they had talked was on in my thought they were adorable. So I got a pair just to try and like the first ones you get like I like the the bra got with it didn't really work and they gave me all my money back looks like that's awesome. That's so nice. I like them and then I got a new job recently. So my congratulations to myself when I got my first job was to buy underwear. I don't know maybe I'm living in to a twenty-five-year-old. Like I'm going to be working from home. I'm going to be comfortable in my underwear every day. So I just got repairs and one that's exactly right. They gave me yesterday. Yeah, but I'm obsessed them and it's like also one of those things where it's like dead. It's expensive. But I'm also I wear them every day. I feel like I can justify this. Yeah, they just released all their Halloween prints and like do order and I'm like, okay, I need a control myself a little but I'm also while I'm thinking about the mail that you received yesterday. Victoria is mail-in ballot came in the mail here. Please go vote and doing mail-in ballot. Like please do it as early as possible your vote gets counted. If you're in Chicago, they brought job boxes. That'll be opening October 14th across the city a bunch of the early voting locations. If you don't feel like interesting it to the USPS, but if you send it in early enough, you should have no problems. Also Chicago Elections office has a Tracker so you can see when your phone is received and when it's counted which is really cool. So yeah, it's also going to be doing soon is sitting down and figuring out I'm actually kind of excited to do mail and I've dead Always done in person and like is usually the night before I'm like reading on.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"If they were life changes, situational changes or birth control in the mix and I think it can be things again. I'm not I didn't do like intensive study I myself that with some of control. There's no Victoria that didn't go through the birth control experience to compare myself with, but. I did feel one. In this book was the author saying how she's like. A ton of research behind this, but in myself I felt less interested in music, which is interesting, because interest in music is tied to our sex drive when you're on a hormone over control your sex drive squashed, because you're not going to your normal cycle, and she's like hug. That's interesting. When I went off the grid control I was super into music again at making playlists in listening to a lot and. I. That was the first time in this book that was like Oh my gosh. Maybe my birth control benefactor, my interests in moods, because I've been a musician for the majority of my life and loved music in hindsight I can notice that like the last ounce I really grabbed onto. This is my music. I love. It was right around the time I, started birth control shot, and then even like in the past year been founded like I just I'm just podcast now like I'm focusing more on like. Gaining through reading and I do enjoy music. I have my outlets where I have them, and so I'm curious to see if my interest music expects a gun, or if it was truly just like I had a shift in life. Also, totally skewing and you've my. Normalcy I went through a really big break up like right around the time I started birth control, so it's very hard to tell what things were like. Mood altering because of hormones, because of like serious like relational in life changes, and that's the thing that's so hard to track I feel like when you start going on birth control or when you stopped going on birth control. There's always a reason behind. It tends to be like a very big situational thing in your life, so for example I had gone up birth control just for. For a short period of time after a break again, so it's like something that helps your life. There's like a Lotta naturally but I noticed during those I think it was only like two months, maybe only a month off birth control, but I had a lot more energy I felt more animated. I felt like I was just getting all. That was a lot more emotional like. Going outside I was like more sad bill a good way like when I was happy just got was static, and I was just like Oh like is through break-up, offsetting more time with friends and leaving a more like lifestyle cater to me what I want and it was really hard to tell like what was me going off birth control. What was just me going through a big change my life?.

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