20 Burst results for "Wilby"

"wilby" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"wilby" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Okay, it might be you again. Hi. Good morning. Who's this? This is Julie. Hi, Julie. Do you have any ideas what we might be doing for Project down and dirty? Yes, Sana, Don. I need Donna. I have a quiet I have an idea. Okay, think it might be Murphy's landing that they're in shock? A P. They kind of do re enactment of things. And so then, if you do it from home, you might be back in the 18 fifties or something and other eras and then also Valley Fair is down there, but I think In its murky landing. Yeah. Are you just in the water? I'm sorry. My daughter get a field from way back when in shoes in sixth grade, and I was a chaperone. I was new to the area and I was fascinated with this whole thing. Sole, I was watching. I was observing what people in acted with with cooking and cleaning. Give me in their lifestyle there, and Murphy's landing is Murphy's landing, but part of like Fort Snelling. No, no. Murphy's Lane is in fact, no one, okay? And I can't give you any more information because I'm well, I'm from Illinois by love. You're 22 years, but I only went there. One time on a field trip is a shack run, and they're like, Come on my daughter, Megan, Like Mom, Come on, come on. We got to go onto the next thing, but they have more historical interactions of what life was like any awesome. You're 18 70. I think that would be kind of cool. You could do that from your From our kitchen will be churning butter, milking cows and cooking with, you know, hot irons and and a fireplace in all that burning, And then Alexis Wilby I got when I was the loans. You know, should be peddling to make something good. I I'm I'm a Julie. That one yesterday for your pop culture. 10 30, They gotta change. And I'm for you that I live in check. Receive my neighbour, my buddy. Yeah, but I want you the female. The wind was girl Power me. Julie changed the way they Don't have to jump in at the end would tell the name of the movie, you know, changed because you always freeze down and he hasn't liked the tiebreaker. I think the tie breaker should on ly work for me. Or not the tiebreaker like the help from the partner. Oh, I see. I don't think I don't think Steve should be allowed. I think I should help her. I don't know. Somehow we got to make a little more fair for both of you. Alright, Julie. Thank you. Sorry. We appreciate you every day. Oh, thank you. We love.

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Who Said Wellness Is A Recession-Proof Industry?

Trent365

02:52 min | 1 year ago

Who Said Wellness Is A Recession-Proof Industry?

"Today. Welcome two days. Seven of the lockdown here in Malaysia. Seven more days to go hopefully have said that they will lock us down for another week or two if the numbers. Don't come down so fingers crossed. Those numbers do come down and I was having a chat just a couple of days ago. Someone who'd been laid off all been full load or being sent on unpaid leave whatever terminology you like to use. The fact is this is a person email space in the wellness industry. That has been laid off. Doesn't have a job today. Might have a job tomorrow next week next month. But right now doesn't have a job and one of the things he said to me really made me sort of think he said you know. I always thought that wellness would be recession. Proof Industry and clearly right now is not because a lot of people inspire wellness buys in fact the vast majority are out of a job right now or at least on limited pay right now so. I guess it's an interesting time to maybe ask ourselves the question. Do we really think we're living in in a working in a recession proof industry because I would say that maybe the concept of wellness is recession. Proof people always kind of care about wellness but wellness as an industry as a business. I don't think that can necessarily be seen as recession proof. And of course there's some people would say but this is different because this is directly related to close contact and so therefore spas have to be ruled out in this scenario but under normal economic relational downturn than spas are still. Okay maybe but I think what this shows is that we are a won't need something I've been saying for years now. Where a want not a need for the vast majority of people and you have to look at that list of essential services and products. Are we part of that list in your country of an essential service now? Probably not so. I think the reality is if we were to sit here and say wellness is the most important thing in the world. Rah Rah Rah which we do industry and look every industry. Doesn't it's understandable and is it an important concept long-term absolutely but if I can eat today. I'm more about my my wellness or my worried about eating. I think there's a lot of the things that take priority over a trip to our local spiral wellness center. So I think what you need to do coming out of these these ask yourself. Are you able to house is GonNa look out of these? Is it GONNA be the same industry that we left a few weeks ago a few months ago? I'm not sure the Wilby and I think a lot of people may be needed to recalibrate their expectations of what this industry is. And if you need something that is recession proof then. I'm not sure this is the industry. You would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. What do you think is wellness as an industry

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Jet Altitude Changes Cut Climate Changing Contrails

60-Second Science

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Jet Altitude Changes Cut Climate Changing Contrails

"Airplanes account for about three percent of the climate altering carbon dioxide emissions. We add to the atmosphere but planes are warming the planet in another way. Cirque up in the sky you probably see at some point an aircraft and behind the aircraft white fluffy streaks on does what we Kulikov trail imperial college. London engineer Mark Staedtler. Contrails are made up of ice crystals that form when aircraft engines emit exhaust that hits the cold air. The ice crystals reflect incoming light from the sun back into space which has a cooling effect on the atmosphere but the contrails also stopped. He coming up from the ground from escaping into space. It's reflected by battles grounds sir. Basil Wilby Affect Staedtler says on balance contrails warm the atmosphere more than they cool it primarily because the cooling effect. Ut reflecting sunlight can only happen during the day when sunshiny whereas the woman in fact you to trapping. A outgoing heat happens all the time. Some contrails can form clouds last for up to eighteen hours during that time they spread out trapping even more heat. This process allows contrails to warm the planet about as much as the carbon dioxide emissions from aircraft but when Staedtler and his team analyze flight data they obtained of airspace. They found that most contrary warming was caused by just two percent of flights and most of those flights originated in the late afternoon because as the sun goes down cooling no longer offset the warming on the warming effect persists into the northern but what if the contrails contribute most to warming could be eliminated such a change could be achieved if aircraft avoided flying in the thin layers of humidity where contrails form by changing the else. You buy a couple of thousand feet up down. It would no longer hold a car. And so what we found in the study was by changing altitude of less than two percent of flights who could actually get rid of just under sixty percent of the woolly affect musical trails. The study is in the Journal. Environmental Science and

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"wilby" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"And he'll he'll star hills. Heels will be in hills to share Wilby amazing amazing moving on black China has a new love in her life. Which is as apprising like a possibly could be which is not very religious sorta like throw a dart at a board, and you hit soldier boy on that SU block China's dating. So. Black China are together they went on a they went shopping on Valentine's Day together. I will say these are to kind of everlasting personalities that I feel like go nicely other. If only because of that, I mean soldier boy hasn't had a song in like a million years that I've heard but has an iconic kind of career because of the songs that he has released and his kind of mean into himself. I think he meets recently we talked about this. But I cut it out. I think which was he released a line of that were all bootlegs from China with souljah boy written on them in marker or whatever. So I mean a lot of money. Yes, he's doing well, you know, well enough to buy black China some stuff she's doing well too. So you can buy yourself some stuff. So the two began dating on the deal after getting started in their DM's than met up at Sean Kingston's LA penthouse, which is hilarious because like Now Sean Kingston's involved from member him. I just I just I just think but just to keep on soldier boy. Oh, china. It makes sense never won't be black China dates a lot. Rappers. So he's her type, but soldier boy, it makes sense because he'd aids everyone clicked that list and just look at the women's soldier boy has dated on my favorite website, who's.

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"wilby" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"She is pushing radical pro-abortion Bill the legislation would legalize abortions for any basically any reason to birth. A state house committee is expected to vote on the Bill as of today earlier this month Raymonde promised to support the pro abortion Bill and her state of the union state of the state address, according to NBC ten she said, let's make this the year we codify women's access to reproductive healthcare here in Rhode Island. This is a war on human life. And this is in fact, a war on religious practice it visit because let's be clear about the next step here. Hey, it's not just about the killing of the unborn which should be gross and horrifying enough. But this is going to result in is the states telling doctors that they must perform these abortions or lose their medical license. This is where this is going ObamaCare. Contraceptive mandates were already moving in this direction. There was all even in the state of California. You're allowed right now to refer out to other providers who provide an abortion, but I believe you must do. So I believe that you're supposed to. I want to check the law in the state of California. But last I checked I believe that law in the state of California is if you're a religious practitioner, I if you're an OBGYN in the state of California who doesn't perform abortions and a woman comes in and says, I want abortion, you must by law refer her to somebody who will provide that abortion. I believe if it's not that way, it's Wilby because that is what Democrats want Democrats are radical on these issues. This is not in line with the American with what the American people want, but the affect of American politics is now resulting in substantive change. I mean by this is that the hatred that both members of both parties feel for one another is leading to actual policy radicalization. It used to be that people in each party. You know, even though they agreed with each other didn't really hate each other on the deep root level that members of the parties. Now despise one another and what that meant is that you're at least grant a you'd at least grant. Br the basic humanity of the person with whom you were talking then when you have a conversation with somebody if you. Ever wished to reach any sort of agreement or even to be in the same room with them. You have to assume good intentions. It's something I've been working on in my own life, and in my own career trying to assume good intentions of people with whom I disagree. But if the other person doesn't assume good intentions on your behalf if they assume that your positions are driven by animus that is going to lead them to reject your positions and take the exact polar opposite position. So for example, if the people on the left with regard to abortion assumed that people who are pro-life simply want to preserve the life of infants even if they disagree, then maybe they would respond by saying, okay? Well, what's a reasonable way to define life? And then we can have an argument over that. I would still be pro-life. And I still think that the pro-abortion side is wrong. But at least then you can have a conversation that is steeped in science and not steeped in insulting the other side. If however pro choicers believe that pro-lifers simply want to control the bodies of women and are in scottsd- in a fight to be Tarango Handmaid's tale purveyors, well, then the reaction is going to be well any attempt to limit a. Russian access is really about controlling body of women. We can't have that. So let's just legalize abortion all the way up until birth. In other words, when you start assuming bad faith on the part of the other side. It leads you directly away for moderation. You can see the Democrats doing this with our jolts a Howard Schultz was one of them until he wasn't. And now that he's not one of them. They're castigating him as badly motivated until five minutes. Go Howard Schultz was a good guy. The kind of guy who wasn't gonna put Christmas colors. Starbucks cups and who's going to ensure the bathrooms would be available to all without purchase in Starbucks stores. Then he walked outside the party line..

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"wilby" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"Oh, thank you. Thank you. Apparently, there is a humorous nut to a nut fun Ajello with a net full of jello. Wait, a Netflix jello. Oh. Three d is. Yeah. Is incorporated into the pre show waiting area from vision? Three d at Walt Disney world's Disney's Hollywood studios theme park. I don't know how much longer we're gonna have vision three d. So if anybody's interested to see that, you should probably go and see it and find this. And somehow let me see because I probably won't get back there before that's gone there. Like just talking to each other before you go in the characters talking to each other in the pre show in one of them mentioned something about like a Netflix jello. Maybe remember that. Now, it's funny. And lastly, Michael he said this this movie did inspire sequel nineteen seventies. It did go on TV in the nineteen nineties, and then a remake in the theaters in the two thousands. Yup. Popular film. Okay. So some characters first off is will be who is will be tummy hurt. Plays wilby. So he's the older brother. He is the brother that turns into the shaggy dog. He curses himself with the ring from the museum. I think that he's a good actor sometimes not that. To bring up Bobby Driscoll again. But like not that Bobby Driscoll was a bad actor, but like you can tell that like those were his first things that he did. But like Tommy Kirk seems a little bit more seasoned acting to me he just like flows better with his lines. I I like him I like him too. And he like plays the role of big brother. Really? Well, he's just good at that role. I agree. Yes. There's a point in the movie away. Mucci Liz in the bushes calling for Wilby like he's got the caller 'em..

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"wilby" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on Around the Horn

"The second inning as opposed to just the first thing he was makes me laugh. But in general, I love the idea of a blueprint store for a game like this limitation is the perfect time to implement it. You don't being out whatever it is you have of your rotation going forward and you're able to get through this in a way that if you're in a one game situation actually make central mistrial standpoint, I think this is brilliant from us. Okay. All right. That's the majority of the panel right now. What he paid. Do you agree with this? Yes, I love what the as our think about this Toda. Your question should a bid who's gonna last longer the starter or the reliever at the start of the game with you ever. Last year. Last year, one out gave up three runs. It was out of there. The Yankees as Tim said, I think is most important thing is they can't prepare because they're going to go back and forth with left right hands. And you know how to traditional baseball is the so they could be stuck for pinch hitters during the gave the Wilby. Okay. Yankees will be. Flank as will win this game, if blank, can you start with that Clinton gates, if the, if Chris Davis scores a run, I think the as will win this game. But if either either Stanton or judge goes out, I think the Yanks went Israel. I mean, listen, I'm going coin flip here because the Yankees won the wildcard game last year. They're gonna lose it this year, but I just don't have that much trust in Severino or that Yankees. So the answer the question was, if the Yankees flip a coin, as the point, Kelly Shaw, unquestionably wins if they show that their power is equal to the Yankees switch, it is match happens Opie s better than anybody on the keys other than judge judge hasn't been hot rentable. That's that's true. But when you say the power, this is the Yankees team that set the record for most home runs in his season this year from his number two home runs and what he page the as will win if they good relief pitching. Can't get more basic than that. Thank you very much. We'll.

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"wilby" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on Get Up!

"When you sign a letter of intent is not only to play your sport in a lot of that's only for one year they could take it away from you have to each year theory, sinus shoe contract. And so a lot of that now is being grandfather to the players who have no voice. I obviously, this is something that we're not going to settle sitting here right now, but we will continue to discuss it. I let go take you all around the world is starting all Angeles with the Rams general manager less need says the team has the same zip code area code and ballpark in contract negotiations with star defensive tackle Aaron, Donald. Does anyone here think Donald Wilby signed by the first week of the regular season long term because I don't think you're the front office. This isn't about putting pressure on Donald. His can't. This is about letting your fan base you put your. Out this enough deal done. You let everybody's out with this kind of comment. I agree. I think he will get all everyone involved including him too much to lose if they out his chess already to the NBA Jalen Kawhi Leonard wrote a letter that appears in San Antonio Express News this morning, thanking the fans numerous time, thinking all teammates, Gregg, Popovich, and finishes by saying he's looking forward to the next chapter in his career, but will always remember the city and the people of San Antonio used the word. Thank you over and over again. Jalen. Did you like the letter Kawais storm expressing himself? Probably not an accident. He's not with team USA right now. We know who their head coach is. Now is it's about focusing on the game the only play nine games last year. There's been quiet all year now form to the next. He's a member of the Toronto wrap the most under at this moment, I think the most underrated player in the NBA and I get it. We live in an out of sight out of mind, kinda world. Then there's LeBron James, he's never out of sight and he's always on everyone's mind. We now have a little more of his schedule. Actually, we know all of his schedule with the Lakers this year. The first game will be on Tober eighteenth against Portland is home openers two days later against the rockets play. The warriors not only Christmas day which we do, but also Martin Luther King day, and the other began that everybody wanted to circle on the broad schedule. Cleveland is returned. There is no member twenty-first. What reaction will he receive. This is you can tell what's happening, just direction him deciding, we've lost Angeles. We clearly different completely different than eight years ago and well deserve. He delivered on his promise. We're going to bring a championship when I return to Cleveland teamed up with Kevin love. Irene, they got that done. I moved onto his neck situation, the college football where talk at Alabama, still surrounding quarterback. Jalen hurts comments over the weekend or expressed frustration over the way coaches have handled his status. Nick Sabin was asked about those comments yesterday, here's what he said about their impact on the football team. Every player has a right to express what he feels and what he thinks. And I think he has every right to do that with every coach or anybody in the organization that he has relationships with. But you know, look this, this is probably a lot more important to people outside this organization. It is to people inside. I don't think this has any effect on our team. I've talked to a lot of the team leaders. You know, the players are focused on what they need to do. The rhetoric will not have anything to do with who's the quarterback that will obviously be decided on the field by how people execute how they do their job. I don't really have any more to say about it than that. I don't think it's a, it's anything that has affected our team one way or the other. Interesting thing that I think anyone has said about this was when Dan Orlovsky our show yesterday said he thinks Jalen hurts. Jill has an excellent chance to win that shot based upon the way Nick Sabin wants to win football games, running the ball and playing defense. He doesn't turn the ball over..

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French and Riviera News Friday 13th April 2018

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

02:29 min | 3 years ago

French and Riviera News Friday 13th April 2018

"A day could be enough to shorten your life according to a new study it found life expectancy and a forty year old drops by about six months if they have five or six drinks a week and by one or two years for those consuming ten to eighteen glasses a week tracy parkers from the british heart foundation which funded the research what we remember our guidelines are not targets for all of us those people who drink we should be trying to stay well below that threshold of fourteen units new roles to crack down on holiday makers who pretend to be sick to get compensation will be enforced by this summer the government says it will limit legal costs editor deter the spiralling number of bogus late cases national weather cold and foggy start for most of us going to develop into a cloudy and cold in the north but brighter in the south radio sports updates billed as hundreds of trade brands in stock so coast ben fletcher good morning arsenal wilby in this morning's europa league semifinal draw but it was far from a walk in the park in moscow the ghana's came from two zero down to secure a tool drool on the nights at s k a six three win over two legs madrid red bull salzburg or marseille awaiting in the last four liverpool will find out that champions league semi final opponents at lunchtime alex marshall has become scotland's my successful commonwealth games athlete ever he won his fifth gold is part of the men's fours that took the lawn bowls final fifteen thirteen against australia is tom daley and dan goodfellow have one goal for england and the synchronized ten meters platform sites all finally cricket county championship season starts this morning essex get that title defense on the way against yorkshire at headingley that's the latest from talk sports radio fresh being queue you can get twelve liters of run sale fence life one coat for just eleven pounds precision sprayer for twenty three pounds at alum seal fence life brush but just seven pounds ninety eight so for low prices on garden project essentials you can do it when you're being cute across the uk online and on the no nonsense breakfast with julia hartley brewer on talk radio breaking news stories headline grabbing guests a shop waking up the nation with a brand new breakfast conversation queen.

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"wilby" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on Risky Business

"The hi everyone and welcome to risky business your weekly information security news and current affairs show my name is patrick gray and yes as regular listeners would know the shower is just running the news and sponsor segments at the moment there are no featuring views of the time being but that's fine because we've got plenty to get through in this week's news segment with adam sandler coming up in just a moment and then we've got to kill sponsoring view for you this week with nick steel and james barklay of duo security they're here to talk about web off end eighties the new offense cation spec currently going through the w three c process both nick and james wilby along a little bit lighter on to talk about what the spec is designed to do how it works and what its chances of the coming nine stream and spoiler alert those chances are looking pretty good they've also provided me with some links for people out there who wanna play around with web oath and honestly this stuff really does look to be the future of off of the internet it might be too long before you'll do fingerprint or face scan on your mobile device to desktop browser sessions to lots and lots of services and sites very cool stuff big thanks to joy security for being this week's risky business sponsor and also for providing us with such an excellent interview this week that one around along but of course before that we're gonna get into this week's news now with adam boiler and adam pretty decent tough pretty decent week for news actually some definitely some laws in and the biggest lull the prime lull of the wake is last week we reported on a couple of these cisco bugs that were you know real harsh is like cvs s nine point eights and people being having all sorts of fun with them over the last few days.

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"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"And something around town yes people with us will be ramon think sometimes part of the way qiming a fat that you're on a spectrum rather than a definitively at one end all another is because part of a friendship that becomes incredibly case french if you get these moments of intimacy where it's like really charge is all part of laying the foundations of suddenly becomes a friendship or something more depending on his circumstances accept trip god of so much more complicated than just friends yes the offering his poly ameri more feminist because you're more in control of who you all i think there is no argument opponent ameri is a really feminist choice in sent me some of the pollyannaish women the i've met have been some of the happiest in the situation some of the pollyannaish men they're the ones who most try to enforce a little rules like really common rule that poly men in foresees a one penis policy brilliant way you female partner can sleep with other women but no other guys one about go ahead so yeah i think there's certainly an argument for that but i think some of the values apology ameri whether we incorporate those into a new form of minocha me as i have done actually are more compassionate choice because it so what about communication and respect and i am monogamous but i think on monogamous in a very different way from how i used to be monogamous in a very threaten kind of way where we'd have always jealous kind of arguments oh if you ever so much as talked to somebody else old gouge your eyes up with a spoon.

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"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Perth minds oh just an increased social empathy a movement for that but what's really interesting jess is the optically looked at lesbian relationships and gay male relationships is almost like control experiments without the opposite biological sex around to of influence behavior what's wade is lesbians who you might imagine would kind of shola kind of patriarchal rules actually all the most monogamous group you actually look at sort of sexual activity outside of a relationship but actually by fall the my serially monogamous group tend to rotate partners like it's sort of a revolving door in all with jokes about lesbian sort of having a removals van on his second day there's some truth in that is always truth in his stereotype so what's really interesting is lesbians actually were craving ness variety racing it in a very very rapid sense of cereal monogamy one woman in her fifties it had about dozen serious relationships and that means you got a lot of is beans are also actually on told them the got mothers a conscious on uncoupling long before right waste and all that because we've always state friends with access ghiz it was a small community in the old days there was no one else to be friends with i do you basically had to keep in with your at sites but he wrote in what i will see about that as a possibility of yeah we'll say many groups there there was some kind of evolutionary benefit to that because you go this community and a sense of an alternative type of family which was really important to gay people because perhaps you conventional family might not exist for you in the same kind of away so i think it's really interesting to look at the way we've kind of reclaimed families but it's it's kind of this paradoxical situation where now gay people kind of may be adopting marriage and so on and may be moving more to this sort of normative i think this thing with feeble friendship as well as i am as fast as you already i think the the an increasing number of people all talking about being something more complicated than straight okay and something around town.

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"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"In in the future they'll be listening so i thought he how it's so late with assumptions though the whole idea of monogamy he's assumed while i think about monogamy the point is we all make assumptions i mean i asked him my survey have you ever even discussed boundaries in monogamy with your parliament fifty percent of people i hadn't even never discussed what actually meant three lou yeah which also it was interesting it is interesting there was a time not very long ago when if you were seen with the man limit on the floss there's a story line adult to spoil it for anyone put it on the somebody is seen with a mom not her husband and their reputations ruined and that's it but they didn't do anything they just launched show there was a time when if you touched on the day that was a proposition of marriage so they're all sorts of things that we do now hugging pole kissing people on the cheek smoking somebody to christmas party let's do a quick shocking too many mina all of those exit within now so many mina yeah that in an hour do you know what i mean though i sort of think when people say oh no i'm monogamous there was a great thing in your ted talk will use that the original definition of malcolm me and what it means now i'll yes because it will it originally meant one marriage for life which comes from the greek moscow models because now we've adapted its me know why are h at a time forget just the fact that we've changed it now we think as low as your with one percentage time everything's fine words it used to be not very long ago that was little disgraceful to lease have lost and so on yeah to just to have a blogger and then go this has been great for awhile i think as we say let part of the same change towards more liberal attitudes towards sexual preference and gender fluidity to say 'look is part of the same that.

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"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Please have they had their day no but seriously have you taken into account have used putting buckets the fact that monogamous marriage the most lasting and effective form of cohabitation yet discovered i was monogamously married for forty years of full adult children of all be monogamously married for an average of twenty years and counting all twelve grandchildren not geniuses but delightfully well adjusted jio supporters grandfather but he says that a christmas stars i'm away grandparents olsen greenwich yet but you dig your jds ecrime heard you folks sorry cadet they fun to be this great to relate to sell of the great majority of our friends we peace brightly told that they were dead when have you been those will be three and what are you missing all trying to prove but then he signs of enjoy your visit to her hill owlry but he's he admits he hasn't it he does admit he hasn't ready he's just use angry about the title that's just he's made it and what so interesting is a century ago as a provocative who i've been provoked perot of at a success at rule to when it's nice to get less guilt amount may be right but can you give it side so that doesn't make me stop and think soul not enough books in the world and i says monogamy is excellent ways his thirty to talk about think about it or rationalize or otherwise anyway trust here everything you already knew goodwin christmas young that's would hold things where riots broke who had chris was young change any of them or look at how many of them secretly working but we pretended they were shame is grandchildren a morons.

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"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"When along to the lesbian sonal i'll thought this is just going to be locked is the gay men all slant having crazy won't sex in the sauna and when you know what's going to happen and all these straight men who light need a are told a ghost going to the lesbian sort there are going to be amazed actually it's just like women so politely chancing will very very respectful is she would do anything and there's even one woman who says she made is a sly attempt being a bit of slushie and so to pull janet bikini top to rest onto her breasts and then through felt selfconscious about it started folding towels and tidying it wasn't able to make well we was now we were just sort of said mine yeah well i thought way historian hands jewels before yes maybe want when i over my head in my vincent lena once the towels voted to see new impetus i could be doing laundry at your house every day dave right there's a reason not a right really i was particularly interested in looking at female relationships in a broader sense and the emotional connections and friendships we have as well and how important they all a friend of mine as she uses the term love affair friendships it was really interesting and how we sometimes create different language particularly for the complex relationships slicing women have with one another by really wanted to put women's relationships kind of up front because so many books i was reading about the psychology relationships really have this very afternoon save you a hundred perspective light disclaimer that says oh signs at for less just from just what the same and so i just wanted to look at how women so of interacted engaged with one another but what's really interesting is i i see think from a feminist perspective i think suv kind of getting rid of these ideas of ownership and so on a quite like all of that in theory but all sort of tried loosely being pollyannaish bob's do you really terrible asset on i do get jealous and struggle with all these kinds of things and so.

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"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"And the results i mean we've been talking about sex miceli hit tonight and what was really interesting was how for some people rather than it being a sexual spectrum nagamine like kissing or type sleeping with somebody else all i some people and they did take having sex with someone else they did specify location like in a call eight settlers in a car i'm not quite sure and some people who isn't much more emotional spectrum like fooling enough with somebody else without any sexual contact and i particularly wanted to start looking at relationships that women have with other women gave woman and i've always took very openly about being gay a sort of looked at the conflicts of that is kind if it's weird kind of being gay and also being a feminist because of course on the one hand you kind of won't be love the and respectful to all other women than on the other hand this the animal pulse of you that wants to kind of find see an update to your your partner and so on you quite right about the gay men having all these kind of freedoms an open relationships really komen in that community i'll goddamn i forgot my favorite choke him out god is clearly on unless pin because lesbians amount being used as free wrench organic baby film spaghetti man that's true i that yeah so i wanted to see if there was any kind of sexual adventure all misadventure for lesbians in an equivalent sense so i up for research purposes.

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"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Up jamie really not did happen i've a set of sean to offer the most notably not really you know like really cool and sexy and you know like super chill and he was like at the trump at the trump was like a snore but i do think a lot of my game mailed fred some of my game elephants to be fair are settled with the same horrendous milk monotonous as the rest of us but some of my game alfran have where i liked komento gay me which is an incredible sort of hybrid it's like a motion of monogamy but they get to have sexual promiscuity within guidelines and that's absolutely brilliant i think that sounds like the absolute best of all was why wouldn't we have that if we could have that but that gay men who are living this lifestyle it's like they're living the apostle llosa's of all humanity they just having the best time in the world and i do understand small liberal pockets in very metropolitan cities but i really feel it like when i go over there to the houses and they've got like this most immaculate want sofa and then they'll say oh yongap to see my baby on the weekend and you go wallpaper what do you mean what baby in okha lesbians had my baby i would love lesbians taught my baby yes i have my baby just visit at once every two weeks that's that's incredible yes please to lesbian talking mugraby why is that this thing i'd are upset it feels like after thousands of years of oppression it's like a reward it's like god has been in the pasta horrendous homophobic you read hobie texts it's like gone has come out really reason in gone sorry guys i know i know it was internal selfloathing have it all have it all have it all i mean just think it through guys god has lived on his own for many years he's never had upon right lift on his own i say lift on his own he's lived with two guys call gabriel michael.

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"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"What did you do that and we had full sex full sex sachs again cbs news did we get to full sex we don't have the sex we can do the role of the other one you're on with someone else now is ruins and it only one of those situations is it okay to go round your friend's home i'm cry and you will be comforted for your loss and that's game of thrones obviously we all understand that is the multan tree we'd fidelity honestly see to give time was away on tool i mean is one night meet somebody like why am my stuff the game having of true bit of excitement a pleasure that i can never give him now because he's just seen it too many times there's an excitement about something new if he's alfahm tore somewhere else and this does this one moment to have this sort of recapturing of excitement and you why am i gonna kill that for him but if i got back from a trip and he was hov way through season two of the handmaid's tale to see what are known that's now we killed share that experience together but i wasn't there in the hotel room in vegas i did want say to tom he had a special birthday coming out and i said well we can either rented house in france we'll get some friends ovar far you know will pay poke holding she'd like cook all we could go to vegas and have a threesome and he went fraud sounds nice.

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"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Yeah sure yale size yet what what did you do oh we went oaxaca i love oaxaca no i love will have koh without being now what are you want their six shows without me watts watch good pods place up you don't get oaxaca volley don't have whacko it just what i just started because she got to bihac without me that's how say what's out there you go to work of what did you have all had the the sweet potato breach has this at my favorite up the sweet potato britez don't want them give it away was have them to your guest the buck if you had sweet potato brings hosts at whacko without me what did you do that well we're about to joe's place and we watch game of thrones you watch game of thrones without me what the new episode yacht what's that you episode what's the new episode of game of thrones without me well that's that's it so far a cop believe you would watch the new episode of game for so that that is al think we do together you've just watched it well watched again with you that's not the same what should now you've watched it without being this what she get what you've already botched up with somebody else what is what i am now points and watch the with somebody who's already bluffs jet with seven the up but strained relationship why gay with roads with joe.

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"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"wilby" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"It's this saw very strange chemical hormonal con of thought big on another planet for a few days a few weeks and i had a recurring nightmare that we split up and i was after this baby is because for the first and only time i was genuinely unneeded him brutally depended on him and for me those horrible failure honourable replaced past them anna he's equally as mental once a honestly got jealous of a cab i've got in the cat stroke i know in oriole fleet poised to the cat his is occur occur when ms zillow they like they're little geared relations who has a sometimes perception is all things on different plight i come the cat and i win all lovely boy and he onus event i salute you and he called me that i think now it's insane and he thinks that's reasonable to be fair to him as a fucking fit i said to i think we give us those new challenges not so we're really happy together movable also we have some good conversations sits sits a while ago if we do end up together and to renew with dead in mississippi this is all last relationship with and nothing that you may slight if you were to have you never gets to anything other than us again event no and i was like nothing like you know imagine did not gets do anything with any of us should do something i knew that i really thought about it and as i come i tell the a come on.

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