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Fresh update on "zoe" discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Themselves, including Javier Martinez, who's going back home to Mexico City. They haven't like, really understand what side about this. Many people are getting sick and So it Zoe. Tell us Have you passed it already? I've been tested already from covet, and I got covered like three months ago. Yes, I was like I got lucky. I was not known symptom. Another man who's dropping off, his sister says they changed their Thanksgiving plans to be safe, held a smaller dinner She got tested before coming to Boston, and we'll quarantine after getting back to Tennessee. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Fiesta has been busy screaming All the travelers one find in a carry on bag this morning, raising some Eyebrows. One traveler, Logan was stocked with some throwing dodge their bag in a tweet. T s a New England says throwing knives look cool, but they're still not allowed in your carry on bag. The traveler voluntarily gave up the knives, officials reminding people such items Need to be in a checked baggage. More and more people have been getting tested for Corona virus. Health experts urging testing and isolation after Thanksgiving. Travel. WBC TV's Paul Burdens in Revere cars lined up as folks get tested for Kobe 19, and every year just to be safe way. A few people over to stop the spread testing site of a very high school parking lot remain busy for most of the day. The Revere Board of Health is advising residents who gathered with people outside their house hold on Thanksgiving. Isolate test and monitor for symptoms. Ah, lot of these residents had to wait about an hour in line but did not complain and live in the area, and I haven't been tested in a while..
Four Seasons Total Landscaping Cashing In On New-Found Fame Following Trump Campaign Press Conference In Philadelphia
"The great City of Philadelphia has a new landmark four seasons total landscaping. The business was the location of a bizarre press conference last weekend, where President Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, denounced Joe Biden's victory in Pennsylvania. W. H Y wise Miles Brian reports, the landscaper is now cashing in on its newfound fame before the Trump campaign chose four seasons total landscaping to stage its defiant press conference. It was just another business in this industrial part of Philadelphia. Now it's a tourist attraction way had a few free hours and we're like here we gotta we gotta fit this into our weak Zoe Grobe and made the trek from across town with a buddy. She says the fact that the press conference ended up here near a crematorium, a sex shop and in jail. It speaks to what she loves about Philly. She's already ordered a four Seasons T shirt closest. That they could get into the city without being completely ran out, is a landscaping shop right next to the prison. The moral of the story is like don't mess with Philly. It's still not entirely clear how the Trump campaign ended up here. The owner has reportedly supported Trump in some personal social media posts, but hasn't returned our request for comment. Since the weekend. Though, the company has been prioritizing sales over politics. It's rolled out a line of T shirts, stickers and even facemasks Online. The merchandise feature slogans like Make America Rake again, and Lawn and Order. Windy Gordon, a filly expat Living in D. C. Ordered a T shirt as soon as possible. I went for the classic with the company logo on it. Gordon is abiding supporter she says she doesn't ever want to forget that strange half hour on Saturday when a week's worth of election anxiety finally broke open. It's so funny and so just completely innocuous and random and like silly That it was kind of like a collective exhale Four seasons, said in a Facebook post Tuesday it had already sold out of most of its merchandise and was pausing sails on most items until it can get them back in stock. Curiosity has even extended to Fantasy Island, the sex shop next door. The clerk working the shop on Tuesday who gave his name as Zs, Jacob said. He's getting a lot more interest in sales. You wouldn't believe I get at least 10 15 phone calls a day is ruined you here In a few weeks, four seasons, aficionados will have another reason to visit the business. Some filly runners are organizing a charity run from four seasons. Total landscaping, Teo You guessed it. The four Seasons
What is Citric Acid, and Is It Safe?
"Of this week this week. We're talking about a food. Ingredient called citric acid off. Remember that in gradient labels citric acid. Yes yeah we see it all in a lot of different food products and people ask you know. Is this safe. You know in what is it. Actually where does it come from. That's a good question. Yeah so citric. Acid is found naturally in citrus fruit. So that's kind of how it gets. Its name and its the particular type of acid that we typically find in a lemons and limes and it's what gives them their tart sour taste. So you would think that okay cool you know that's from its. It's natural is from lemons and limes right But unfortunately that's usually not the type of citric acid. That's in your food products because it would take a lot of lemons and limes to be able to get enough citric acid to be used in the food processing industry so the in in and around The nineteen fifties. It was discovered that it could be made from a A black mold called aspergillus. Djilas niger in when you feed sugar to this mold it creates citric acid of black mold. Not your house exactly. Well you'd be surprised. How many molds are used in the you know to create ingredients they. I'm not sure if i wanted to probably don't wanna know but this is this is how it's made so it's it's actually a odorless colorless compound And up until the nineteen hundreds. We got it from lemon juice but then researchers found that they could make it from this black mold so that is the type that is used in all the food products basically a synthetic manufactured form of the citric acid. So so what are some of. I mean some of the properties of it it. It gives sign of that sour tasting You know flavor to certain things and it's also a preservative. Zoe think about a lemons and limes the citric acid and lemons and limes. You know how when you put If you have a cut open apple if you put some lemon juice on or if you have an avocado you squeeze on some lime juice and that helps protect it from browning right so it has a preservation property to it stops free radicals from you know oxygen stops oxidation so obviously the the symbol of of making it not making it but what it looks like as a molecule citric acid is citric acid citric. Acid right yes. The molecule is the same. Yes so whether it is found naturally in a lemon or whether it's produced through a chemical reaction by combining a black mold was sugar. The end product is this molecule citric acid. Yeah and so. There's a little bit of debate in the natural food world about whether citric acid is safe or not in foods and so. I just wanted to touch on that here. We one is the there haven't been any like actual clinical studies showing that there's any kind of negative impact from citric acid in terms of like negative impact on the body However because it's made from a mold there may be traces of mold in it in like you know and we have to think about well. How much of it is actually being used in the product and how much mold might you know. If there's a trace amounts of mold in that small quantity of citric acid. How much of that is going to actually ended up in the food and will it really have an impact. So they do. We do know that. Some people are super sensitive to molds may have a reaction to it so like if people have food allergies or sensitivities. That might be one of the things. They need to avoid So you know that would be something and if if you get a really good food sensitivity tests that might even show up on a food sensitivity tests citric acid so but i think for the for the general population. That's something that may not necessarily be a problem but of course now there's other considerations the the sugar that's used in this reaction with the mold home is usually from a gmo. Beat oh so now. We're introducing g. m. o. citric acid into a product right. So you know so if that's something also you're trying to avoid gmo's that that would be something to keep on your radar about reading an ingredient list. It's ten it's going to be a gmo Created unless it says. It isn't so you you. You're looking at a product if the product itself says it's a non gmo verified Product than it wouldn't be from that you know they'd be using if they're using citric acid in the product they might be using it from an organic source of sugar so there are different. You know within the food industry there's different levels of quality that you can get with these things so but citric acid in the body. I mean actually has benefits has some impressive benefits and functions so It it creates something called with a once. You consume it. It creates something citrate which is the first molecule that forms during the process in the body called the citric acid cycle. Which basically is the cycle that when know when you consume carbohydrates your body converts those into energy within your cells so that that molecule of glucose which is basically your sugar from your carbohydrates it goes through this whole cycle within your cells called the citric acid cycle and then it turns that sugar into atp energy for every single one of cells so he citric acid is involved that and we need it in our diet who
"zoe" Discussed on Good For You
"Is a wild episode. This is already my favorite episode of the PODCAST. It I'm I'm overwhelmed. Let's just go around and say how feeling I feel overwhelmed. I'm like nervously excited and a good way. I'm this is a powerful moment. To Virgo, which is in the same room. the woman who? Is My real life virgo sister passed life twin, who I cast to play my best friend and a television show because I wanted her to be my best friend in real life and then it happened. And then she remade. Movie that made me who I am. What is that? was their word for that. For probably WASCO. For, everything you just said, is there one word they're worth? What are you to me? What's? The first thing I ask everyone is, are we friends what relationship we're obviously friends that friends is your friend is so insulting I know that I don't know what the word is. It is like A. Jones. Who played my best friend on the lauded TV show Whitney. We are what are we to each other we died together in. Family Yeah. Were three days apart. Yeah. September first September fourth We had our thirtieth birthday together we did. Shitty bar. Yes. With Robin. The soundtrack was Robin Robin. I threw my back out dancing to dancing on my own. Yeah uh-huh We played on a birthday cake. When cakes? Yes we found love in a hopeless play. Our anthem it is. Yeah. Almost pulled an Achilles tendon dancing to love in a hopeless place. with Zoe between scenes of the TV show Whitney. Yes benton what are you? Can you describe our relationship because we can't find the words? Let's so nice guy forgetting to do all bad during those songs I worked with them all. So that must be nice. Journeys you working at. Bell. But you are a fan of the show any yes. I was I used to write down the the lions you would say to figure out how to write a script. When I was a freshman in college so you would write down Whitney and lilies lines so you've you've watched our French. Yeah. I. Didn't know Israel when I was watching it on. TV. Yeah. So that's shocking to find out what happened with Zoe which is so important because when esther came on the podcast she brought up she was like we need to revisit that show she goes we need to revisit. How sexist that whole thing was the mass. The Salem witch trials, the mass. Shame. Yeah Angle woman who don't want to get married. It was. They. Didn't like it. Because, it was supposed to be a gender. A man was the woman in the woman was the man, right? And the public. Shaming. It. Happened a lot of delray kind of around the same time when she went on snl that it became the Gladiator show like I was in the gladiator show of ancient. Rome. Like I feel like I was in a weird way like the first person to be canceled or something we ought through tomatoes then. Yeah you are. Also you're also like wildly successful, very young. I was also loud and unapologetic, and you were like forging your own. Can isn't it? Funny that you say unapologetic when I that at that time it was to research. The most I was so sorry for my existence I just ostensibly. Yes. Per maybe personally but I felt like professionally sorry for your existence you were like bold in the way that we all should be you know like your like you three shows in production dare name time how dare she and yeah and I think there was a lot of how dare she how dare she? Who does she think she has I wasn't me that's what I would have thought Yeah it was interested in it. I. Mean. I mean, I'm I'm very triggering to people I think it was very triggering. People had an eating disorder at the time I was incredibly thin was loud and it was actually so interesting to me because. It was created by a woman. It was by woman starring the same one starring the same woman. It was a female showrunner half the writer's room was a woman and then emily. Nussbaum said that I was sexist. What's happening? He's a critic for the New York Post or times or one of those things that. I think still in business just because they take money from lawyers that pay off. Them. How else would they have money? So They said you allowed. Said, you were annoying you had an eating disease don is your finger over the camera. Thank you so. They said you had an eating disorder i. I hadn't any SORTA. I remember remember the reviews there was a review that was like. A about my appearance like if we were to pull up those now. Of Men reviewing my appearance in the show. Talking about my Yati Yeah in a New York Times Review. And that happened a lot I. think it still happens I mean that's the thing about like there's so much latent Misogyny that's happening at. Misogyny women have yeah I. Think I think for me the biggest awakening I've had and in watching your movie the craft, which is out now. It's We women internalized it to yes. Oh, one hundred percents. So the line in the movie women won't use their power against each other. What is the line? Companies Care. David says I wrote it down. Yeah women. The thing thing about with powers that they'll always use against each other which was not that is not my perspective that was him like gas lighting The character that that Kelly's any plays but. I do think that that also does happen. I think that like I realized that I had internalized so much misogyny and that I was sexist too. But other like the people that me the most were women. The women that came for me you know but zoe played my best friend on the show. Do you remember what happened when we met. I changed my life is there's a lot of things. Also the House I live in to everyone. That's the house bill because it's true because I was a working actor and this is the house and so. I was working actor but couldn't I wasn't making proper living at it and I was just hustling so hard and going to so many editions and I could not get on a series and that was like what I wanted. And then. Showed up, you flew to new. York And I came into the room. No. You're missing many things knowing not. You're missing the Kris Jenner part where I made you dye your hair? No. That was after. You came to the room to verbs. Don't interrupt me off. Sorry. My Day turn. Anyway so you can see. Came to New York and I walked in I remember at NBC and I sat down and you said. Weren't you famous yet? I was like so so I was like both moved an insult said, why aren't you famous what's going? Yeah. which is like, yeah I and I didn't I didn't have an answer and when he was like well, then like let's work on that together. And then I said. Okay, you've been with someone for eight years in you're not married. That's what this shows about. Oh my God I don't remember that pets. Ryan. I said why aren't you guys engaged in Zoe said because I'm waiting till he can afford the rank. Deserve. And Eighteen..
"zoe" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Cool. You put up a solid Fi. Press my body. And to to. Escape the heat of. Still and silent. Vicious. Blow was. Main Grapeland, your shed. Oh. Count. Outta love to what you saw. Still. Still Own. Love. Think. I can. Move. I think they did a great job put together. But all these songs need to be listened to all of them need to be listened to more than once I personally believe that you can't listen to them once in. Thank you got the whole story. You didn't I promise you. If you're listening to me now and you bought the longtime album, please go listen to it again because you're going to hear something you didn't hear the first time on every song. In really listen really really listen to the words not just as melodies or the the background music listen to the words that are being said, there's some people pouring their souls out on those on those tracks man I've listened to the whole thing numerous arms. Yeah it's big yeah. I said, she thought it was really interesting hearing different voices especially in the words that were written by people who are incarcerated I'm curious what what was actually like for you hearing that actually knowing all the writers personally to. Okay. So if I'm honest I got a different actually outlook hearing it come from like she said more feminine voices like when I hear one Jacob Songs being sung by women's likely. I know this Husky Gretzky fully bearded aggressive. In. The sweet voicing in his words that I heard already. But I've heard these words from him, guitar playing it and I'm like. Wow. That is like it opens up a whole new door to it. You know what I mean and it makes it way more in the crazy thing. Is it? It makes it relatable. So makes you listen then you get the message when you don't even realize it was coming. I. If that makes sense because you let your walk out on that aspect, I'm so happy to hear you say that made absolutely gone. It's like if if like if you see me, you know six foot three to under twenty pounds of bodies covered in tattoos. When the sun's in my eyes, I can look a little bit aggressive but But when you hear my song, the song that I took part in with zoe come across in in in essence voice it's like wait you. This beautiful voice comes through your speakers in your life. Wow. So Nice. You don't even realize that message that's coming in with it until you start to click like whoa. Wait. He's punching the wall weight. She's punching. All right. This is a convict world this, and then now you're you're open already though so it's too late to close back up. Now. You really want to understand more than you're going to go back and rewind and play it again. And it can be life changing. So Yeah, and I guess Zoe Danica it sounds like maybe that was a part of what you are really trying to do wasn't just getting incredible voices and musicians skill and perform this but she to very intentionally create some form of cognitive dissonance to almost force people to just say wh-what to just start questioning what's really happening. Yeah. You know as from the outsider I mean I'm not an outsider to the record of, but I'm an outsider to prison and so. Like when I listened down to the record that we all created. The moment of piffle for me is actually when there are prisoners, voices, some of the incarcerated writers, two thirds of the way through the record towards the end of the record you just hear them speak because zoe recorded all kinds of things in any little moment that they could and conversations the dudes over the phone just. Having a a really vulnerable moment A. so you're listening to the songs listening to the music you're letting them in, and then you hear the actual voice of one of the writers and that for me is the moment when it all comes together like Oh my God you're me I'm you know so for me, it was the opposite it's like. That was the moment when it all comes back around and you hopefully, we were hoping the tiffany in the outside the the person who has no. Even calling people up to say, do you WANNA play on this record were doing blah? Do you want to sing on this record? Even if you're a thoughtful or caring person or maybe progressive person or forward thinking Carson you don't know anybody in prison if you don't know anybody who knows anybody in prison if you don't have any experience with the system. There's a journey that you get to an understanding of what it is. You know like. Natan Zoe have been speaking to what is the reality you don't know that. So initially, there's a lot of reticence. ooh, I knew that these guys are murderers or what did they do the writer of this some you know and? that's understandable. You know there are many questions that one has to ask on a journey to understanding something, and so that's what we hope to the you know that the record would have the effect of taking people who are completely uninformed. About what mass incarceration means they heard those words but they never stopped too. They were never forced to find out what does that mean? What does it look like and what's the reality of it for people so We were hoping we could fast track that process over the course of artistic journey of this record where listeners could come in cold thinking. I mean, these are criminals. These are dangerous people. And by the end of the record go. Oh. Okay wait there's more to know. There's more to this story. Yeah, and I mean this also. The album after this ten year period of incubation. Finally drops at a moment that nobody planned. But. It ends up dropping in this moment of national reckoning. And reconsidering and re really re examining what is all of our roles You know in culture in society and the idea idea of transformation restoration retribution like how do these things played together and work together in a way? How do we consider what is the genuine role and what's our contribution? What is the contribution of people who had nothing to do in their minds with the penal system or anybody who might be involved with it? You know six degrees out what is our actual contribution to any the circumstances that might have led people into that system and I think there's so much reckoning going on. Around that right now that this album drops right into the middle that national conversation. Yeah. Yeah and can I can I just give my friends noisome props here because Zoe, was the main voice along the journey up producing the record of saying. Of staying present in.
The Prison Music Project
"I'm really excited just to sort of bounce between the three of you I might. Wow so powerful. So amazing just a such an awesome I can't wait to kind of deconstruct the story in the story behind it with you. Don't WanNa Kinda get off with you. It probably makes sense it just Kinda like dive into. Before you start actually even showing up at folsom before any of this happened what were you up to sounds like you were you were out in the world doing work as singer Songwriter Jimmy certainly the picture of your world before then I twenty five. So I don't know what? Like twenty, five year old singer-songwriter folksinger. To sort of starting my career I quit this band that I was in with my called vermillion lies and we were like this Vaudeville, very theatrical cabaret. It was in that that cabaret renaissance that happened with dressed in dolls and all of that world we're in that. World and then a I quit that band with my sister and then started doing my own thing and right around the same time I started going into the prison. So I had just really started playing my solo music out in the world when I brought it into new folsom. Yeah. What was at that point in your life? What was music to you or for you if fell lied In. It still feels like it has always felt like as soon as I found it, it was like Oh. Yeah. I can't not make this. This is not a choice I'm making this just pours out of me. I'm GonNa, make it whether I share it with people or not but turns out I really love to share it with people. But at the time. I really wanted to write about things outside of myself. Social issues, political issues. Environmental issues and I never really could figure out. How to do it in a way that felt good it always felt contrived or luxury or. Yeah it fell way to able for sure somehow way more vulnerable than singing about my broken heart. Amen to that. Political songs hard. So hard I was working in the prison and working on those songs that brought me to that over many years took a long time for me to be able to write my own collaborating with folks who I mean it's You know folks who are impacted by incarceration, just their lives and their own stories are. You know it's like a social issue because. Incarceration as a social issue. So just writing about their own experience. It is a political song. So being a part of this collaboration, I think opened that door for me which. Were And Zoe were you on each other's radar at that point or like you kind of just doing a shepherd things any awareness of each other or did that happen later on I mean I certainly knew who she was. I did not know who so he was yet. Until she walked into my living room. Yeah. That was a bunch of years later. Yeah. So you end up going to new FOLSOM, which for those who don't know what that is described, what was it, and when you're showing up on the first day, what do you think that you're going there to do? What do you think your commitment is I'm going there to play three concerts? Yes. So new folsom prison, that's this nickname. The official name is California State Prison Sacramento. and. It's right next to the famous folsom prison, which has lower security new folsom is Neil. It's a newer, very plain looking concrete. Facility three buildings three yards houses about three thousand people. Non consensually. And it's a men's prison the as hopefully most listeners know. The prison system, the criminal justice system Miss, genders people a lot. So there were women trans. Women inside the as well. So I just want to mention that when I call it a men's prison. Yeah, and I was there, I committed to playing three concerts and I'd heard about them in advance. Through the person who who ran the program there he brought in artists to perform and teach workshops and stuff, and so I was there to perform and I was gonNA play in a library. To libraries on two separate yards, and then the one concert we were in contact for a few months before I went in an every couple of weeks he'd email me like are you sure you WanNa do this one concert? This is the one for men in solitary confinement. Are you sure you WanNa do this one it's really intense. and. it will never been one to. Shy away from something That might be yeah like emotionally challenging or. I don't want to hide a reality from myself a reality of our. Society I WANNA see it all even if it's ugly maybe especially if it's ugly because I wanNA know. What we're up against I, want to know why we're fighting and to be able to see it and experience it in that way. Yeah it is intense, but it's helpful. So I said, yes. Even I kept checking in and I kept thinking you're asking me again if I really WanNa do this one concert. Okay. So yeah, that's I. I didn't know really what to expect even though he told me but it's different to hear. To hear him describe it in. He told me you know you're going to be playing for these. People in cages, they'll be in these little cages when you play for them in this little room. And I just. It doesn't matter how much you hear a description of that seeing is. Totally different thing I mean. You know how you feel when you see an animal in a cage. It's a human being so it's just like ample. You know when you go to the zoo and you're like man I'm really sad. Well, you can identify with a human way more than you can identify with an animal and it's just like. I mean I think it's a yeah it's I. Think it's traumatizing to be in that environment even when you're not the person who's being. Caged and so I think about. Prison staff to just anyone who has to be in an environment where that level of dehumanisation is happening on a daily basis. It's. I think it's I really think it's dehumanizing for everyone which is not to. Diminish the fact that it is obviously much much worse and much more unfair for the incarcerated people.
Saying no with Anna Mathur
"Can Be quite annoying. I had a friend who when I had my first child and I was with her and she just done a degree in child psychology I was supposed to be therapy remembered that really no different state really care anyway she just honest degree and. I was trying to start my son like climbing up I think it was like coming up afraid of stone steps several two to three row quite dangerous. Not really no idea and was saying, no, don't they wasn't cross wasn't shouting but no dunning not do that. We're not. We're not gonNA come upstairs and she was like. This quite of evidence that. We shouldn't really be saying no to our children cash is. Is the and did she have any children elision zero chills children. Children. And I was like okay. Hey. I'm always ready to take advice you give it a go So she went hey, come here and she got like a broom and she tried to distract my son from the stairs by giving him a broom to play with and he didn't really want the fucking broom and he wants to get the fucking stairs throw things off the landing and lost it a about. I'm going to say ninety seconds tops and then just quietly hopped into the kitchen just makes league imagine if that was a good distraction technique house cleaning flows pay I mean, yeah you'd be Hick go sweep call everyone knows the broom technique Emma I'm surprised she didn't bring it up earlier. But now I'm terrified you're GONNA go when actually saying not children is now established I've got I've got something helpful. Say about this the I heard on another pocus the the day zoe mother kind and There was a woman talking about that moment you got on a roller coaster and you know when you shake the harness by and you're doing it not so that it moves because you don't want you don't want it to pop up and you're doing it because you want to know that it's there to keep you safe. Yes and they were talking about boundaries with children, how the kids rattle the boundaries. Because they want to be. They want to know that their soulmate insecure. Pop Open because we want the barrier to pop open. On predictability and familiarity so. We can actually then you're saying that I was right and the right thing to do is to say, no, because you're pushing back and saying no. Not Neither say. Even if they have a patio on the floor, it's still like a loving. No. Talk. In. Spanish something. That's very county. Do that. Unless of course you from one of those countries you you're bilingual. Let's let's go to account for everybody guys soliciting. Her.
Continuous Glucose Monitors
"Hi everybody and welcome. This is episode number one, hundred, eighty, one of the intermittent fasting podcast I'm melanie avalon and imagine Stevens Hi everybody. How are you today Jen I am fabulous I am just immersed in all sorts of amazing data and learning about myself until like to elaborate I would. Melanie knows because she knows what I'm doing but for readers of Fast Feast repeat and even readers of. Fear you know I've been talking about personalized nutrition since I saw that famous Ted talk that I talk about with Dr Erin Seagal I saw it I twenty seventeen and it literally changed my life to understand that we all have personalized responses to foods and some of it's based on our genetic background. But a lot of it is in our gut microbiome and really just hormonal health in general. In fast, Feast repeat I talked about the work that Tim Spector is doing. He's my favorite Gut microbiome researcher from the UK and he had a study called the predict study, and then the predict to study which some of my friends did a year ago and I am now participating in the third round of this predict three it's with an APP called Zoe and he's one of the collaborators with. It but as part of the study for the past seven days I've been wearing a continuous blood glucose monitor that they sent me and I have to send it back, which is so sad because man is an opening to see how my body responds to different foods with my blood glucose. So I can see you know what it's doing all during the day all during the night up 'cause day. On how it responds to foods I'm so happy to report that I'm not surprised the foods that I thought that worked well for many guess what they work. Well, they do. So are you eating some of their stuff and your stuff? Well, I had to do that for two days. There were two days where I had to start the day eating these muffins that they sent me Oh, my Lord. Yuck. For listeners, we wanted to record the podcast earlier, which was like I can't record a podcast after eating the muffin. Hours right. I mean I was predicting that it was before I had even eaten the muffins but I had a feeling because I had to eat them in the morning cacique. You couldn't have anything before the muffins except water. Wake up in the morning and drink black coffee. So I had to eat the muffins and then wait four hours and then eat the muff a there were actually different muffins and then wait two hours and then I could you know have real food the first day of that opened at eight am and I never eat at eight am even on vacation you know if I'm going to have breakfast, we usually end up doing more of a brunch. So I can't think of the last time I've had food at eight am but I had to eat. I think it was three muffins that had been frozen and then I microwave dumb and the first round of muffins I think they're testing fat clearance like how quickly your body clears out fat after you eat a high fat meal. These were high fat muffins. There are high fat. Because, you could tell by reading the ingredients list you would not have probably eaten these muffins. going. To say. This is not a melanie study. No, you probably wouldn't have eaten the muffins but the first ingredient was like safflower oil or something Oh. Gosh. I know I, know I know but I ate them muffins than I was so crabby for those three hours 'cause they weren't satisfying at all. You know if I could put some butter on there or some strawberry jam but no I had to they tasted like a mix between a cornbread muffin and pound cake. But with less flavor said, then the the second set of muffins they were like gluten free cash I duNno? low-fat Muffins. But My my blood glucose responded great to both sets them up I had to do this blood test or I had to like squeeze out all this blood on this card and send it off to be anyway they're going to test the. I think my fat clearance because you had to do a certain number of hours after that, and it gives you a lot of information, but I also had to send an poop sample. That's right up my alley. Yeah. So that was interesting. It was a little more hardcore than the one I did for the American gut project. I won't go into details, but it was interesting. Let's just say and then I took them all to the post office and mail them in. Also. Fun, this guy like what's on your arm it was continuous blood glucose monitor and you know and I thought that was very bold question to ask a stranger at the post office but I explained it. But I should've said this is poop in this box, but I didn't. is putting it on hard. It was actually so very easy. It has the ability shared, but I did it you stick it to the back of your arm and you just in this little thing and you just click and then it just POPs. said it was easier than the finger stick. Okay two. Brands of CGM I'm betting great now. I haven't done either one yet. Well, this information is just so important I think because it's it's showed me. Like I had one meal that I've eaten so far that did not work very well for me. It was the only one and it was a flat bread topped with like a a lemon ricotta and then sauteed Brussels sprouts and then like Parmesan cheese and then a hot honey that one shot my blood glucose up higher than anything has so far probably the honey. But when I've eaten potatoes when I've eaten rice even. Toast. With egg on top. I. Have a very slow steady. Roz than a slow steady back down. I think that flat bread didn't have a lot of fat with the I mean had some fat but I probably normally have more fat with my carbs. So it just kinda spiked to me right up.
Whats the science behind bullying?
"Okay guys. I want to talk about bully. For. Me Back when I was in grade two, I was bullied. This one person made most of the air just miserable one day he just decided to torment me. Oh i. think he wanted to drive a wedge between me and a friend. The worst part was we used to be really good friends. We were like really really close and then he just. became. Randomly. evil. So. One day we were friends, and then the next day he just. Flip and he just came a jerk so. What's up with that? Like what do people just become bullies? And, it's not just me boiling is everywhere I looked into some of the statistics and it's not looking good for US guys. At least one in three students in Canada have reported being bullied recently and the rate of discrimination experienced by students who identifies lgbtq plus is three times higher than heterosexual students and girls are more likely to be bullied on the Internet them boys. So, put that guys. and. The worst part is that this stuff doesn't end as you grow up. Forty percent of Canadian workers experienced bullying on a weekly basis. But why like? Why are these numbers so hot? Is there some sort of evolutionary societal biological purpose to it? Is it something in our brains something that we've been born with. What is the scientific reason for bullying? I'm Kai. This is my podcast I asked why there are just so many good questions other than you. Really WanNA. Get Answer. What is deja-vu? How'd you songs get stuck in your head? Water animals. Sing. The dinosaurs died how did other animal survive? Why Space Dark? And what is the science of bullying? So I'm assuming all of you've been bullied at least once in your life. Yes sir. These are my friends. Piper Fin Cayden and Zoe were all kids here and we all have dealt with it at some point in our lives. For. Me Oftentimes, I feel like my friends needed knee for their entertainment. It would be weird because if they would be like teasing me or something and I would be like Oh. But these are my friends. These are Nice people why are they? Bullying me. For me. It's sort of something that I'm like currently experiencing is just someone at my school in my class who like they'll just jokingly show me and I think they take it too far. Sometimes, they just don't really know when to stop I. Just think like for me there is just like the little things that kind of like build up like there's this one person who Kana criticizes me like about. Maybe my grades or something like that and say that I'm not doing well, just like making up stuff which I think is very nice. Young guys. It's not a good feeling at all. It sucks you know and really bad blink can actually affect your life for a really longtime i. took a listen through some recent CBC stores on bullying and made me really really sad to hear from grownups who are still haunted by these heroin blink experiences that they had when they were young. I was a small kid. And being a small kid I was. Bullied a lot I was an easy target. I. Constantly get pushed around punched kicked bookstore on the hallway floor. I changed schools a couple of times about bullying followed me and I dropped out screwy sixty years old. But three of them after school would pin me down on the ground and push me down and hit me and kick me. I really became a shell of who I probably could have been. I was quite an emotional rack. I think it's something you just never really recover from. So I, think you know in a way we're playing with fire when we think that this is just something that everybody goes through or many people go through and there are consequences. If bullying is so painful and so hurtful for so many people why would anybody ever do it ever? Found? Someone why Could help me get to the bottom of this. Alot. This is Tony Vote. In the Department of Child, new studies at Brock University. He's a developmental psychologist. He spent a lot of time studying bullying his approach is multidisciplinary. So he thinks about it from an evolutionary biological and historical perspective. Even as his own laboratory studies it. So I am here to figure out what he's learned. So. What got you interested in bullying I was fully PRETTY UNORIGINAL I know. It's it's good motivation. Alone. Bullying is probably ubiquitous amongst life itself. I mean, you need that the pecking order and checking. The dominance hierarchy in wolves. Chimpanzees. Could also probably by many definitions seat amongst trees that compete with each other. Hold up hold up. So even trees are blowing. Each other is nothing sacred people. Some Bushes will inject toxins into more developing species beside them. So the strategy of being. To weaker individuals is for better for worse part of evolutionary strategy in general.
How to break up well
"In your own life have you ever had a good break up I just remember feeling. So angry I broke up with my boyfriend over skype when I was eighteen in a lecture uni. And then I broke into his house it was a pretty bad way to do it but. I have very fight for what you love mentality by the end. All I could think of was I need to get out of this narcan white food do not be around me any war. I. Would constantly tech when drunk, which is now in hindsight Divorce and breaking up can feel like the bloodiest dirtiest combat you'll ever thought experience in your whole life. and. Almost everyone on the planet has been through one in. Australia in twenty eighteen alone nearly fifty thousand dollars got divorced to put that into context in that same year about one hundred and twenty thousand people got married. I WanNa make something clear before we get going this. Is Not focused on domestic violence or abusive relationships. Where talking about run of the mill breakup which astill devastating? People lose homes amass great be debt for into addiction used their kids as collateral get depressed all bottle up all their feelings and totally not cope. and. Some of that has to do with the fact that popular narratives tell us that that's the way love goes when it ends its war or didn't count. Rarely away modeled the best. Case. Scenario divorce. So, what if they was a guide? What if you could break up better or dare I say it divorce? Well, what if the process didn't have to leave both parties wounded devastated and financially? I'm Jimmy Stein's. Ladies. We need to talk about how we can break up bit up. In two thousand eight, I split up with my partner. We had kids and a house together and there was mediation lawyers, child custody arrangements and it sucked. There's a bunch of stuff I wish I needed that I know now. So let's share it a practical guide to breaking up well. In this episode, we're going to talk to a US a psychologist and a lawyer who all have skin in the game when it comes to breakups and divorce. I think for a long time we just assumed that breakups were allowed to tardily rain of your eating habits, your drinking habits, sleeping habits, how you conducted yourself in terms of going completely. Lupi and and just feeling like a bracket with completely appropriate answer to that. This is Zoe foster blake she's an Australian author and entrepreneur. We're speaking to her because she's written a book called break-up boss. Though, he's married with a couple of kids. Settled and happy. But during her early twenties, she reckons she was the authority on bad breakup and in this ladies, we need to talk guide to better breakups. Zoe is going to start with a bit of what not to do. So I would go to his house in the middle of the night. Drink dial constantly I would stalk can be aggressive towards these new partner I would. Yeah it was cool. Everything that you're not supposed to do and we really we didn't give it together I don't. Consider your behavior, and that time isn't it really making years this person if you want to get back with them but I think it was a good listening going what not to do, and so we beat further break up I realized that that was embarrassing and it wasn't a true encapsulation of my character. I didn't think but I'd let my emotions and my fees and my panic, and probably my hang up is the better of me and I. Behaved in a way that I wasn't proud of it's a real relief to hear you say that because. We all do embarrassing things I. Think during a I don't want it to sound like I'm saying look you have to have for outward appearances control you suffer God's sake women conduct yourself in the proper it's not about that. It's about. Showing courage and strength at times that are really hard in your life and not just behaving irrationally or illegally just because you're angry at someone having been a bit of a break up monster a few times in my life I realize that there is a good in a bad way to do it the really important for me was the night contact because when you've got a clearing books and a clear hit spice and that mental real estate to process what's happening even though it hurts. I march. You can move forward and it's not so much even about the anger but it's just that sadness engraving can make us put into glasses on just wanna go backwards to feel safe again because we don't dismiss the person, we miss the rituals routines Sunday night dinners at their house the family you know everything that you lose when you lose a break-up. So you've got this massive gaping hole in your life now that you desperately want to fill again with what you love and no. So you just have to be strong in that time and night context is critical because if you keep trying to hang out with them or you don't want to be rude if they're hanging out with us shut night, do that for how long is I fifty days just to establish a routine in the habit
Robert Pattinson Tests Positive for Coronavirus, The Batman Production Halted
"Pattinson, who is going to be the next Batman in the new Reboot The Batman highly anticipated huge cast. Colin Farrell. Zoe Kravitz. They just resume production in London. And the reports today are that Robert Pattinson himself has tested positive for cocaine. They have shut the entire thing down that was going to make its way for some Chicago filming. Probably late October That probably now will be pushed back because
Shatter-Proof: How Glass Took Over the Kitchenand Ended Child Labor
"I am a Coloratura Mr Beast not Annette's. Well, whatever you are on record sal show Debra sent you over here. He didn't. You told me was your age. I nine and in spite of what you think. There are some professions where practice does make perfect. Julie Andrews pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman and still managing to shatter a wine glass with her gorgeous and super powerful voice at least in the movie Victor Victoria. But you know you can't believe everything you see on the big screen like breaking a wine glass with just a perfect flat yeah. I always been a long held ambitions. Break wine glasses of the sound. Some of you longtime gastropod listeners might recognize that Voice Zoe. Laughlin. Is none other than the star of our very first episode who said that mango sorbet tastes sublime on gold spoons hers is the voice that is inspired the purchase of a thousand golden spoons or at least a half dozen that we know about though is not just spoon aficionado. She's a material scientist and director of the Institute of Making at University College London, and this episode we were excited to talk to her again not about gold spoons. But about glass I mean even though I should've understand it on paper. Everything about glasses still sort of extraordinary mysterious like just the fact that is transparent when pretty much everything else isn't transparent is extraordinarily we have a lot of questions this episode for one. How did something? So seemingly delicate and breakable get to be so ubiquitous in the kitchen and also how come you could never put a drinking glass in the oven, but you can cook in a glass dish. What does the? Invention of the bottling machine have to do with a beautiful stretch of protected sand dunes along the shores of Lake Michigan or with the rise of Ketchup and Coca Cola and the abolition of Child Labor for that matter and more importantly can you actually shatter glass using sound did zoe pull it off by the way Cynthia you might not have realized this but this episode is dedicated to your mother glassmaker extraordinaire. Of. Glasswork on display in my house as we speak and I have at least five pieces of fused and stained Tama Graber, glass mom, this one's for you. What is glass? All glass everywhere in the world is at least seventy percent made of sand that's been melted down and it's mixed together in a way that the atoms don't have any kind of order them, and that's what gives rise to it being transparent. You've already heard from Zoe now it's time to meet our other two intrepid glass enthusiasts who will be inducting us into the mysteries of this material. This episode been Speiser journalist and author of a very enjoyable book called the World Grain, the story of Sand and how it transformed civilization and an Isa Ramirez, material scientist and author of another totally delightful. Book. Called the Alchemy of US humans and matter transform one, another Zoe and Isa and bins are all about glass. You cannot overstate how ubiquitous glass is and how important it is to the modern world in which we all live I'm just looking around the kitchen where I'm standing there glass bottles holding olive oil. There's glass windows they're glass fixtures around the glass lightbulbs to everything from you know salt shakers and I glass lenses to things like twenty ton telescope lenses in the world's most powerful telescopes. It's in the fiber optic cables that connect to the Internet fiber optic cables made it literally of Spun. Glass. So really without glass we wouldn't have modern civilization. So we've established that this miraculous foundation of modern civilization is made of melted down sand with a few other ingredients thrown in but to go back another step, and this is a strange question but what is sand and is all sand the same thing? The Word San means just any small pieces Greens right of any hard substance so sand can be. Anything, you know it can be flint it can be courtside anything any kind of stone but the most common form of sand. Most of the sand in the world is courts, which is silicon dioxide and to make glass. That's what you need. You need court sand and you need a specially high security court sand. This seems very fortunate. You need court sand to make glass, and that turns out to be what most of the sand is primarily because courts is so hard that it just outlasts all the other rocks is they're all getting ground down together. You do still have to clean the courts end. Up a bit and get out the last remaining impurities and you have to add a few other ingredients to lower the melting temperature of quartz, and then you heat it up, you need a huge amount of heat. So while I like one, thousand, seven, hundred degrees Celsius which mostly in Fahrenheit I mean it's over three thousand degrees Fahrenheit based bloody hot. Eventually the sand melts and then it re congeals and a weird thing happens when it turns into a solid again, courts is a crystal but glass is not what a weird structure because it's not a crystal crystals are actually made up of atoms arranged like soldiers. In rows but glass is sort of like picture of kindergartners at resets, atoms are all over the place, and so that's what makes it unusual but it's that chaos in the arrangement of atoms that actually gives rise to it having the property of transparency.
Christophe Georges and Bentley Americas
"This is Robert Ross welcoming you to another episode of cars that matter that I have a very special guest from faraway. Actually, we're a video conference from Los Angeles to France and I'm here with Kristoff George President and CEO of Bentley. Kaz Christoph. It's wonderful to have on the show welcomed Angel Belt For me Today City my pleasure not seen one another for A. Long Time I. Think the most reason get together was for the launch of one of the very auspicious continental GT's at a dinner back on the East Coast. Since that time a lot has happened you were president and CEO at the time, and then you took over as global director product and marketing for period, and then back into the hot seat in America's with. Visits to come back. Well, obviously I thought there was some great work to do. You're kind of an outlier in the world of automotive executives because you've been with Bentley for a long time in. August, the meals. You fell in. Love is Bentley's did you do change talk about authentic? So yes, I joined than say nine G H was one months after was opening the twenty two years ago change away. On any memoir I can change this. By. Just been fascinated and I don't see that being spent for such you came on really at the let's call at the beginning of the new Bentley chose her none was on a roll he had acquired. That year spent Lee was brand new and it was an opportunity to a new chapter in the book of a mark that had been around since one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety S, and this is what we didn't again when they joined in Nj one monsalve Sango peltier's alcohol petty. We massively invested in effectively and new projects like energy with open pets right and this was the start of win. We need it just time to develop talent twin told us to knock. It's that when we introduced it in two, thousand four, each was immediately You'd success enemies in foil immunity del business by affect. Austin. So we took a change of scale company is these new coach Delta G.. Qoriniasa I should remember that launch and has been a perennial favorite of American. Luxury consumers ever sense the continental gt really did move the needle and deny fe on it to the title of your food, which is cows reach metals. That's GAL reach muddles ends easterly of. Today's Account Bacon they quickly a classic. The Guy Industry, you can name a few bullshit. Evan would be a Nike. That's right. beginner naked. It really did my simple definition of echo nosy cheese. All nuts it's hush money when you launch a new. Next Generation of existing cal people asking the question what is new is a new designs, a new feature specification, thick nosy. Belfer once on. So and when you are launching as a next generation of America, the question of from people is them right and that's a very simple way to who gets it's UNCALLED SALTA GT. As they quickly achieved that these estate us was a marketplace it. Absolutely did and what's remarkable is that even under the aegis of a new company or a brand new Bentley showing, say it really hearken back to the roots and the heritage of certainly Bentley's greatest post-war car the continental yes. In that was a remarkable fastback design that was the greatest. Yes. Well, literally continental tour and remains a hugely important collector Carta de as a Calgary says benzine spacious of. Gt was tight and nineteen, fifty, two on. This was at the time the fastest Faldo coop in the markets what became as win. So we took a lot of this inspiration even in terms of design on Galyon even you reaching down way but you can see since relation and you know when you are walking luxury, it is so a sunshine that you as laid back to some good fundamentalists, VN and soup. Stones Having Open Mitch's being nutshell for so many years. It's true. Of course, a couple of years ago you launched what you call the new continental and what I. Think's remarkable about it is that so many times refreshes or new designs don't capture the essence or beauty of their original but this car looks better than ever. Yes, it's remarkable. Thank generation So again, be put tough attention on no changing Zoe. A with his major success of counseling Tennessee these combination of luxury foam of issue Becca, butte package, which allows you to Exalt Dumb of driving shoe. This package is a four wheel drive Paktika spaces appoint foles bet foremost Asia's unique. Place, this was. Full success with fell school
Margot Livesey: The Boy in the Field
"Today, I'm happy to report that my guest is Margot Lipsey her newest book is the boy in the field it's published by Harper. And it's said correctly that it's a cross between a mystery thriller and the coming of age novel but you mentioned the particular kind of thrower of locked room mystery. Tell us what locked room mystery as. Well I'm someone who doesn't reach many thrillers but my understanding of through mystery is that There is no possible solution at yet solution exists and certainly in my novels I think of people's brains locked rooms locked rooms were trying to get into or trying to get alcohol job. Yes snow when I've read that in the book I thought, yes, the brain is the ultimate locked room. But what about the heart? The Heart? Yes. Perhaps even more the heart because the heart has its reasons that reasons does not comprehend. So yeah, they're all know syllogisms for the heart. It's a beautiful book because what happens essentially Is. The three children. Find the Boy Wyoming. For. Own intensive purposes asleep or dead in a field. They're afraid because they see that his legs are bloody. and. The youngest of them Dunkin, a boy who's been adopted is sent out to the road to flag down someone to Cohen Ambulance. As it. Turns out. The boring is not dead although his consciousness is on the wane. And he says at least according to these three children one of three things coward or Cowry or CAL slip. And the way this book works is that each of the three children has an interpretation not just of what the boy says but of how the boy got there of what life in the family is like. The father is perhaps having an affair. The youngest adopted child is looking for his lost I mother who was Turkish. Essentially. You say. That the book. Is like a compass and ultimately, there are thirty two points on the compass and the character can be proceeding toward any of those thirty two points now isn't a novel and this isn't a long novel. This is approximately two hundred and fifty. Some pages isn't it hard to make an potter novel that takes you in so many directions. It was hard to plot the novel absolutely and. Kept to mine something cats were meant field roach one of her lectures about how Every. Member of the family is is struggling to get free is struggling to step into their own life as it were I'm same time still wants to be part of this peculiar organism, the family. Three children you know cup so must like cubism. That's very different points of view about what was happening around the volume, the field. And in their own lives and in their family. Experiencing the family differently. Well, it's kind of amazing because each. Option. HAS A counter option? So the daughter Zoe is in love with a man that man is in love with a woman who was living in Paris, that woman living in Paris is married and feels that her husband comes first. So the constant shifting of point of view and possibility is dazzling you can't as a reader. Put Down what is going to be presented to you next. King for that very complimentary remark. Well, I do think it's one of my I'm Mike core beliefs if you will that. Everybody has a secret has a secret sorrow if you will and. AM. Real takes quite a long time before that emerges even even in the closest friend and of course. We're also refined new Soros. We find new secrets and we surrender other Zimmer's ongoing flux of life.
Philadelphia Parents Weighing Whether To Send Kids Back To School Or Participate In Digital Academy
"About sending the kids back to school buildings in the fall now have the option of a completely online education registration open now for what the school District calling it's digital Academy Kyi. W's Mike Leonardo has the story. The district is offering an all digital education for students who don't want to physically attend school because of covert 19. The new digital academy would provide most of the offerings off their assigned school. But students who opt for the academy would not be able to participate in any in person activities. The digital academy is part of Superintendent William Heights Hybrid Corona virus Back to school plan, Height told parents on Facebook live. The district would ensure that students will be six feet apart. When they're in schools two days a week. We're actually going to prep all classrooms. If we can only get eight Children in the class and maintained six foot distancing. That's all the Children that could be in that class teacher and parents, Zoe Rooney, though in an interview question whether social distancing was possible. I also just don't think it's physically feasible. Given the amount of space we have the amount of staff and we have and the amount of students that are typically in a class, too. Make any of it happened. Hi presents his plan to the school board this evening. Mike DiNardo, Kois, HEAVILY NewsRadio. President Trump in Attorney General Bill
Scrabble app faces backlash from traditionalists as board game goes online
"Today's topic is scrabble. US Avid. Word nerds have been using the a scrabble APP for many years now it's a great way to fill the time and challenge your mind as you deal with the stress of corona virus and zoom calls. My Mom who's eighty five years old with an incredible mind for words plays every day. Unfortunately despite America's urgent need for things to pass the time right now, the folks Hasbro decided to kill ea scrabble. For most people. It stopped working on June sixth. Almost five hundred people have commented on my blog post about the shutdown and boyer they, upset. In the place of EA scrabble, you can try the new APP scrabble go created by scope. If, you can imagine they've game fide scrabble. scrabble go includes throbbing graphics in Garish Orange, Yellow and purple. It constantly bugs you to get your facebook friends to play. You could earn chestful of virtual prizes and customize your scrabble tiles. It includes duels, tournaments and timed contests that everyday scrabble players would have no interest in. After ten you get to watch pure. Add for other silly games more suitable for children. I did my best to give scrabble go a fair chance, but even if you can get past the distracting graphics lighting up like a Vegas Casino, there are problems. I cost four dollars ninety nine cents a month to get rid of the ADS and get features that used to be free like seeing the best move that you missed. Sixty dollars a year is pretty steep. Second. If you like to play the machine, you'll be disappointed. You Play Zoe an animated Avatar with an unnaturally large head. WHO's a pretty lame scrabble player? Many players, soliciting you to play, are actually bites. WHO also tend to be terrible? Third the game includes boosts which allow people to cheat. Once you accumulate enough gems. You can swap out your tiles anytime when any move which makes it way too easy. The only escape is a deeply buried classic mode. Finally. Many women players tell me that men are hitting on them using scrabble. Go as a dating site. My evaluation despite the name scrabble go isn't even good enough to use when sitting in the bathroom. Don't despair though there are alternatives. If you like to play the computer, the best choice is word master pro. This elegant APP created by developer and Brazil has a computer that plays at lightning speed, and can be set to a high challenge level, and to avoid strange words. You'd never spot outside a scrabble dictionary. It's only three ninety nine a one time purchase. There are scrabble variants like Lexus and works with friends, but classic scrabble players will object since they don't duplicate the traditional scrabble layout. If you want a timed game, go to I. S C Dot Aro, the Internet scrabble club. It's a rush, but not everyone loves the stress of a countdown timer.
Philadelphia Parents Weighing Whether To Send Kids Back To School Or Participate In Digital Academy
"About setting their Children back to school buildings this fall have the option of Ah, completely online education. Hey, why W's Mike DiNardo Reports registration open today for the school district's new digital academy. The district is offering an all digital education for students who don't want to physically attend school because of covert 19 The new digital academy would provide most of the offerings of their assigned school. But students who opt for the academy would not be able to participate in any in person activities. The digital academy is part of Superintendent William Heights Hybrid Corona virus Back to school plan, Height told parents on Facebook live. The district would ensure that students will be six feet apart. When they're in schools two days a week. We're actually going to prep all classrooms. If we can only get eight Children in the class and maintain six foot distancing, That's all the Children that could be in that class teacher and parents, Zoe Rooney, though in an interview question whether social distancing was possible. I also just don't think it's physically feasible given of space. We have the amount of staff and we have and the amount of students that are taking place in a class too. Make any of it happen. Hi presents his plan to the school board Thursday. Mike Leonardo.
'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star's ex hired mobster to assault her husband, authorities allege
"In the life of a really housewife. The ex husband of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Dina Manzo is accused of hiring a member of the Lucas e crime family to attack her current husband. In return, federal authorities say Thomas Manzo gave John Purna deep discount on a wedding ceremony at Man Zoe's Patterson restaurant. Well, his attorney says Manzo is innocent and he compared the charges to a fictionalized plot from a reality TV show. So far, no comment from the furnace lawyer.
Jane Levy and Alex Newell: Zoey's Extraordinary Zoom Call
"Oh! So what a great! Hello! That is! That makes a nice with. Commerce exactly. How's it going John? I've just turned the fan off in my office so that we can record which means we are counting down to the point when my body goes past one hundred and five and I pass out I. Know this this room to this room to is like freezing with the air conditioning on, and you turn it off and five minutes later. You are basically able to bake sourdot Brennan. Yes, and you know I I have ways of cooling fans. Air Conditioners can't use them well recording now, also I have to keep. The door closed in this room. Because let's just say I. Have A feral cat living in my office right now. So. We can't have the door open. Your that. Yeah. That's a meal. You're feral cat. Theory is that's betsy that sense? Betsy sounds okay. He's all. Right, now he's at the window and he's meowing I. Think what he's saying is help. Your. Guys. Your barrel cats. Maybe he say free food and here. Really Awesome. Sleep all day. Any Food I love it. Yeah. He's he's. He's doing great. As you know as you know, I have started taking care of the feral cats in my backyard, but the feral cats are now not in a crate. They are not in a basement. They don't have a towel over them. They are roaming freely in US recording studio. One has a skin condition and is staying with me awhile until the skin condition is soft, and it may not be solved I. Don't know I may not be solved, I'm not sure what's going to happen. Maybe he's going to be an indoor cat. Who knows at the window? Your indoor cat. Let's let's. Let's let's make it personal. It's not an indoor cat. You notice that. I'm trying not to say it because I've become too attached to this cat. While the cat does deep deep, deep, deep, deep, deep in its feral mind and heart. Can, you can see Betsy Beth. Everybody Radiator Watch I taught him a trick. Betsy. Betsy I. Do that looks at me, Really Cute, a loud noise and ahead turn studies Ya. Predator, so it looks at. The first sign of like threat approaching. I make that noise and he's like. Again. Once again we have nothing to. Show for you from the Netflix series working moms with the show's creators and stars Catherine Reitman and Philip Sternberg. Then we talked a longtime friend of mine comedian Baron Vaughn, and he shares with us his innermost thoughts on. Be Better, roommate, the hulk or Wolverine? But I. Really get things going with Alex Newell and Jane Levy from. The NBC Musical Dramas Zoe. Extraordinary playlist to show is about a woman who discovers she is the ability to hear people's thoughts as songs, so everyone on the show is a triple threat. They can act sing and dance, but Jonathan can. They won't their way through an asking other trivia game I hope so. I always thought triple threat was acting singing and Trivia. Would you say it's acting singing and dance interested? You know what? Maybe maybe it is. Maybe maybe Trivia is just woven in there. We'll find out. And like magic here. They are Jay Levy Alex. Newell thank you so much for being part of Ashby another. I have been watching Zoe's extraordinary playlist. Okay? No, that some of the cast are professional singers dancers like you Alex but the show features a lot of choreography that I assume you don't get a lot of time to learn. What was that like for you, Jane Yeah. There's a there's a an array of experience throughout the cast, Alex Newell comes in, and just does one kick and is like I learned it. It's fine. Under some of us who get eight rehearsals because it's a lot harder. Yeah. I do I do learn I have learned a music number. The day of but Jane has as well. While yeah, but mine are usually. My characters in every single dance number every musical number, because it comes through her superpower, but most of my choreography. If you WANNA, call it that in those numbers or just me like walking in a straight line so I can learn those on the day. You have a dance background. Don't Eugene. I danced as a kid. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, so you're not afraid of it. No I love it. I'm much more afraid of singing singing is. Really difficult for me. But she meals every time that's. After, the but but. Every time a period. Wow, thanks, Alex, but dancing is just fun and I care less about being good about good at it right? Yeah, because you can move and that's the most important thing. It's the rest of us who are when you start dancing cooper like oh no! Her dancing, Lake when we do the. Of The second episode when she was like. They were like nothing. Like dancing can. Like five steps. That's when I was in shape. So we have a couple of great games for you. Let's let's play some games. Okay so this first one. You're going to be playing against each other. We're going to go back and forth. This is a this is a game about characters every answering. This game is a famous character. Jonathan I are going to read you an excerpt of how the author described the character, and you just have to guess who is being described. Great Okay. So Alex will start with you. Here! Her stepsisters ridiculed her. AP's. stepsisters right? How many? How many. Honestly I, I wanna read the rest of it just for our listeners, and also because I did not when I, heard this description I had never heard this particular version that her stepsisters ridiculed her, and scattered peas and lentils into the
"zoe" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Me from one din where she has been holed up since the lockdown a few months back, she was in the middle of shooting the Batman. I know you're excited. You're excited design. Probably Matt Reeves Batman with Robert. Pattinson and Paul Dana Colin Farrell and Zoe Kravitz says Lena Kyle cat woman couldn't be more stoked for this one This I should also mention this was taped before. The latest round of insanity and sadness, so there's not discussion in any overt ways about What's been going on in this country the last few weeks? That being said it's kind of a time we show in. That Zoe chose to talk about the American presidents, which is one of my favorite movies and truly fits the bill as a comfort movie for myself and I think it is appropriate in these times and inappropriate in a in an odd way in that it is a portrait of. Politics that can work of idealism. Of. Passion for causes and And just an idea of of good people. Striving to make the United States a better place and you know we've had some great people in the White House. We don't have one right now, but this is. A reminder that. Good things are possible even in politics, even in the world of politics. So I really loved talking to Zoe about this. When we share an absolute adoration of this movie, Rob Reiner's the American presidents starring Michael, Douglas in an benning and we dive deep into this movie. We also talk about high, fidelity which is currently on Hulu if you haven't checked it out. Zoe Stars in that reinterpretation of the Nick Hornby, Book and the film starring John Cusak See. You should check that out if you haven't already and yes, we talk a bit about the Batman and her approach to cat woman, which I know, a lot of people listening to this podcast will be interested to hear, and she's always a great conversation. She somebody that I've always enjoyed talking to you whether it's. It's think I. I met her on the set of divergent between the first divergent, one of the divergent movies I've met her on the set their talked to her for fantastic beasts and other projects, and she's just a straight shooter down to Earth a good egg, and obviously somebody with good taste and I'm so excited that she's starring as cat woman in the Batman This movie is going to just. Is just going to be amazing and I can't wait. Other things to mention. We are also going to be back very soon by time here this actually I think the next new episode of comedy. Central's stir-crazy series that I host will be up. We have the great J. BE SMOOTH. He is hysterical. He is wild man. at off the rails conversation the best possible way so We have some really really fun. Guests coming up on Sir Crazy. Crazy on comedy central, so please do that out. We also have the Teen Wolf Reunion on MTV that we taped that we again delayed for obvious reasons. That's going to hopefully be coming out very soon I. think if you're teen will fan that you're going to really really dig that all the all the major participants are back. It is a a big love fest among a cast, so yes, despite. The sadness in the world and the frustrations in the world and the pandemic that is still a reality, and by the way I know I upon about the central litter. Guys just wear masks outside. Please do me a favor if not if you've come away with nothing else from this, is that much of an position? I know we all. WanNa take the masks off I know we all WanNa hang with our friends and family, but this is real you know speaking as a New Yorker that saw the worst of this, and hopefully we are through the worst of this saw, literally one thousand people dying a day. At a certain time here in New, York. It felt like the end of days It's getting worse around the country in other places. It's thankfully better here, but you know we've seen it up close here, so. We're being? Relatively smart, but even here in New York. I was out on the street the other day and I saw people without their masks. Wanted, to turn into the GRUMPY, old man, screaming at them, my I held my tongue, but I will not hold my tongue on my own podcast. Wear your fricken masks. Okay. That's enough preaching for the day. What's getting some fun conversation? Zoe Kravitz remember to review rate, subscribe to happy, say confused and more important as I said if you're able. Contribute some good causes. Let's turn Texas blue. It's contribute to the. Let's go to black lives. Matter Dot com on wherever you feel so inclined and. What's to strive to make the world a little bit of a better place tomorrow than.
Black Americans are twice as likely to be hospitalized from COVID-19
"In the midst of historic pandemic in America, is entering its eleventh night of protests, following the killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis, these two storms as mercy. Oh Ken. Frazier put it earlier this week. Share a common thread. They revealed the deep inequities that run through our society. Tonight. We'll bring you an inside look at efforts to develop treatments to make a dent in this pandemic, but we start with another look into our health care system the fact that these protests are happening around the issue of racial injustice during a pandemic that. That disproportionately affects African Americans in just one example, take a look at this CDC data show that a New York City the death rate from covid nineteen is more than double for patients who are black and African American. Compared with those who are white, and these are trends that we see across the country Dr, Arnn Powell is the executive director of times up healthcare, and previously led the Office of Health Equity for the State of Virginia Department of Health Dr Powell. Thank you for being here tonight. I want to ask you about a really remarkable op ED. Stat news this week. Where you said this situation, this coming together of events was your worst nightmare. You saw this coming. Tell us about that. Yes definitely I did see this coming as a public health professional, and also as a black woman, my biggest fear, essentially that these two moments live would converge together. understanding very early on the impacts that covid nineteen. What have on the African American community? My biggest nightmare was that there would be another shooting of an unarmed black person, and that could lead to massive protests in the midst of a pandemic, and while I understand the anguish and the need, and and the the desire protests and the underlying root for protesting This is still a pandemic, and so that is the crust of my worst nightmares how we still keep people safe in public health emergency. But one of the things you also point out and one of the things you have worked on in your career is the fact that these? Inequities exist in the healthcare system. Have, you seen any evidence that this moment is a moment for progress there. We talked with Dr. she earlier today. WHO said there are both short-term and long-term efforts that need to be made. Do See any progress that is starting as a result of this. What are think you know? We can look sort of state level, and we have to live by state to actually see what interventions are being implemented. I am encouraged by some of the work of the Commonwealth of Virginia. that has a health equity leadership task force in a health equity work group that is focused specifically on mitigating. The health equity impact of Covid, nineteen and essentially very focused on ensuring that populations that are under under-resourced, getting the resources that they actually need in order to come out of this public health emergency a little bit better. We'll stick with US I want to bring in also Dr Paula Johnson, who is a former professor of medicine and Public Health at Harvard? She's also a cardiologist and she's currently the president of Wellesley College Doctor Johnson thanks for joining us on the phone. You wrote a piece recently this week a Wellesley, Alumna. who graduated from Wellesley just five years after I, did actually? She died at the end of April from covid nineteen. You said that her death tells us volumes. Tell us about Rhona Zoe. Negative it's great to be. We can do as well as a you. Dr Powell You know I'm. Very much was a brilliant young writer and a teacher in Brooklyn and had underlying asthma. and. She began to have symptoms of typical symptoms of Cova. went to the hospital. Actually twice, and it's treated for. Asthma was quite ill actually with told that she might have. Anxiety was sent home until the third time you had to call an ambulance and get to the hospital when she was intimated, and we know that this disease quickly turn from a reasonable oxygen level and the. One that is quite low and she never recovered. you know the there was a tremendous attempt to get her to transferred to a tertiary care hospital and and Haton so that she could again on one of the new trials, and with a lot of invention, actually by a lot of Wellesley alumnae. She was finally transferred, so but so sadly, she passed away. and it's it's really a story that is heartbreaking but not unfortunately unusual in terms of women of color, people of Color, but I think the mix of sex of gender and races is particularly toxic. and the lack of taking people. Consume seriously. and even care is accessible. It nearly not the adequate. And I. Know that you both have done work. Also around gender issues in healthcare is well and one of the things you wrote Dr. Johnson is that it wasn't until the nineteen nineties that women's started being included in clinical trials, and that came about after women were elected in in larger numbers to Congress after the Anita Hill Clarence Thomas hearings. Do you see this as kind of similar moment a pivotal point in history that could actually stir some change. This is such an important moment in time when we have seen both issues of sexism, racism, and the combination the great inequities in our society, really laid bare by this epidemic, both from a health and health care perspective from inequity in in in what's happening in terms of. Income. And the unemployment rate. And and on top of that to experience. the additional tragedies of killing that the seen recently on top of so many others. It's really are coming to their their of so many insult that it is a moment I think the wake up moment, and we're seeing that seeing their you know across the country and as we think about. And and women of Color, and there are health status, and their treatment It is a moment where I think there will be a greater call for more active engagement at the tables that make the decisions and I think that's where we're missing. if we are not at the table making decisions about the trials about the analysis Alpha,
Austin Bogina Relentless Forward Progress
"Quick night that Wanna come with a wanted when you're younger than athlete will. When you're being a dream the goal to achieve really being a small town southeast Kansas Farm Kid. We played everything. We were multi. Sport athletes. Really. There was no specialization in any one thing and so you know. I've always been a baseball player in really was trying to follow in that. At running mom was a collegiate runner. An so running. It was always kind of air but baseball is came much more easy for me. Running Zoe's been really tough definitely not very naturally talented. And that's been very frustrating for me. His remind tire time man. I'm still at it and so really. I think that was one of the big things was when going through high school and at a kind of a low level class to wear. The competition wasn't use out of this world like some of the other states and so really a kind of introduced me to a lot of success pretty early on and religious kind of made me hungry for more and I was like I had something to prove and in running you know that was the one thing I felt like I had control love. I felt like I didn't have to depend on your four. The guys on the quarter now heir to the ball players on the field and I liked that because I felt like I was working so hard frustrated with some of the other sports that were running came along and be a distance runner. I was able to take that into my own hands and really start figuring out what it was gonna take for me and my strengths. How I was going to succeed at this or and I knew it was going to be a lot harder for me than it is for a lot of others in and so. I think you're right from the leaving high school going into college. I was so hungry I had no idea what was in store for me. I the school I ended up signing with his State University down in Pittsburg. Kansas and I remember walking into coaches office as he's recruited me told him I was like you're going to be your. I Trust Country National Champion and this division two level on very competitive and I had no idea what I was in for Housing Estate Champ in high school and so I think just saying those unrealistic goals early on was really tough for me but in the long run. That's really really helps. I feel I. I manage to stay after for years and years and years now and it seems like it's all finally coming together so when they say you know you gotta put in that work you after year. There's no better testaments than if you look my progression of how it's been cazadores so many years when I was just sitting at home just so upset why others around more success. Y You know things working for me and I just tell myself it's GonNa work is going to work. It's going to work in you know I didn't have quite the success. I want to in college but I will say that. I wouldn't trade having a successful college for the success on having now post-collegiate Lee because I'm going to have a lot more of that and a lot more time to work with now and so that's kind of put on man awesome kind of thing going on that though will check building across country. It not much attention on a ride. It doesn't get the love that no football or basketball. Get so for you. What was your drive with? All internal did he won't be what did know. Your name will go driving. You WanNa be best. Yeah that's a great question. I've had a lot of people asking it out lately. Kind of what drives me. I've trained alone. I graduated in sixteen and so on finished up mileage ability in fifteen in stuck around next year to graduate into teaching in so I I've been at now for the third year of training myself. I train alone and so I mean I'm a high mileage guy so I put in a hundred hundred and forty mile weeks by myself most weeks and so that s really tough but I think the thought that just keeps me going now is just knowing that you know. I have done it for so long. I know that for me part of getting out the door and going by myself every day putting in to our runs you know every other day. It's knowing that once the race comes around. It's so much easier for me to just kind of locked in with the other competitors and kind of get a go with the flow and really tight lock into them and it's so much easier that way for me so forcing myself to get out alone putting that time and it's helped me to work in academia getting a PhD right now. Here's the receipt. Kansas inspire management in so running. I have a life is lobbying. Zayed's Han Aww from depression anxiety those kinds of things in so for me running midnight huge outlet for that just the stress that comes with whether it's been a unsatisfactory career at Pittsburgh. Stay in running or not quite what I envisioned. You know. There's a lot of demons I feel like. I've ran for so long that you know really this past fall. I took a chance. I reached out to a race half marathon in Indianapolis and I still remember my parents were handouts Colorado Conference meeting in my mom's being like where are you going like? What's this race in the half marathon? I'm getting run really fast. And I went out there in nearly hit. The Olympic trials all find time in it and I remember calling on everybody. Who's just freaking out. And so I think you just that thought it. I've done this for so put in my time. I really feel like if I was going to quit or to have stopped I would have done this years ago. And so sends I've put in my time. I kept my hand over the flame. It's crazy for me to throw it in now in so at this point. It's really just knowing that I've done hard work. You know at this point it's fine. It's so much fun going out. And you'll put in twenty miles twenty five miles wherever you know. Now Dianne fire up in the fifty KS thirty one miles and so for me now. It's this is the fun part. This is what I put in all those years of work forward to you know to get to and now. I'm getting to really Kinda see how fast I can go. And so that thought alone is knowing how can? I run a marathon you know. Can I go for the American record in the fifty k? Those thoughts really when it's tough to get out the door those kinds of thoughts in my head or like you know. Nobody is thinking about Lawrence Kansas right here. Nobody seeing about being from Kansas. Nobody no I'm kind of in my own little spot right here. to fly under the radar and that's really motivating to make light showing up race day in not being. You know the guy and so I like hit after it making my name and having those people coming up outrace is like you know who the heck argue. Why did you come from I to me? That's the most fun is when those kind of things happen so I'd rather have that role than the guy gets all the attention.
"zoe" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"There is no right answer. And that's why we need an oversight board because the current situation Shen is. There's no right answer. We have to make them and it feels like we're making them in a black box. Even despite all of the many transparency efforts the company has made in terms terms of releasing the minutes are Product Policy Forum. Which is the meeting where we talk about what policy decisions were going to make? Despite releasing transparency reports wirtz. All of these things are out in the open and people still feel like they don't have a view into the discussions that are being had in Silicon Con Valley about what's allowable what's not allowable on these platforms that have a huge influence over speech Not just in the US square these companies are based but globally around the world. I'm Quinta Jurassic. And this is the law fair podcast November fourteenth with two thousand nine hundred nine today. We're bringing you a new episode from arbiters of Truth Series on disinformation. Run Up to the twenty twenty election. My colleague thank Evelyne. dwags spoke with Zoe. darnay manager of facebook's Global Affairs and Governance Team Dermot is leading the global outreach efforts in support of facebook's oversight board a new body that will have the power to review policy and content moderation decisions made by the platform face because long been plagued by complaints about unreliable able an arbitrary decisions about what does and doesn't appear on the site and the Oversight Board is an experiment in incorporating greater transparency.
"zoe" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Maybe dead in co shows this summer i'm praying that my wife will let me go to boulder okay raids i wanna get started last week handed discovered that casey lied on her resume and while she may have expected casey to walk the plank things didn't quite turn out that way take a look i just wanted to check with you so very sta training i gave my resume to her friend back home who's in yachting to polish in the middle of season with the students he doesn't know how to make coffee coffee casey your work ethic has definitely come up the notches like i'm exactly i'm just getting a little frustrated that we keep her rounds of applause in tapes meeting we're going to have this conversation about tonight i can't hold your hand through everything wants tad yes i don't have time to sit there and teach some girl how to i it's just no possible okay guess what casey is here hey you you're gonna get busted for lying on the resume i honestly didn't think i would but at the same time i didn't know it was that embellished that horrible loop did you look over not okay lesson number one rage iva budget catch up questions about the rachel zoe project put sixty seconds on the clock and ask away have schuyler of and kyw ever watched the rachel zoe project yes he can it's like surreal there they want to go through the television do you they are in the television kind of do you still walk around with a giant starbucks in your hand all the time you do you ever say i die or bananas anymore but i die you still say of which do you own more per vests or sonny's thai got an answer do you still harbor ill will towards taylor have you ever run into her don't think about it don't run into down care of any regrets from your time doing the rachel zoe project now and make you indy i know that's right we did that first day raj was always trying to get you to slow down has is the incident as that works not really waiting question to those here's what three things i am obsessed with tonight i as the arbiter of all things in vogue last time rachel was here's you informed us that twine was very very seek but after four years of my staff accessorising with what i would call an excessive amount of twine we need something else so here's one in honor of below deck it's time for maritime addition of seek say as though rachel nautical themed items that may or may not float your boat you tell us how shoot they are are acres seek okay sins.
"zoe" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Okay i i'm gonna go with the i'm gonna go with number one zoe which was fake number one and it's an asaf jah thermal burn caused by microwaveable heated food bolles and it's very common and can be detrimental something look that looks so fragile and beautiful connection would be very dangerous microwave no like i made the lasagna and then i hated it up the next day and it was so hot and i'm so excited and it opened expanded wrote i'm sorry you're to me doc microwaves i'm sorry thank you could be here and talk about i'm trying to celebrate my win and be empathetic it's not done we're not done yet okay two more all right you know you can't celebrate yet all right which one is fake zoe has a ukrainian alter ego zoe pierced her nipples herself to get into character for her movie flower which is currently in theaters or zoe once accidentally watched the home video of her own birth which one is fake i mean i feel like i'd be a fool if i didn't go with number two with nipples so he i did not pierce my nipples you're right you're right we could do it today though after the i would got a little needle good press for the film during two to one more let him doing fucking there's no winner loser in this one but your two for two which is great here we go zoe has never met her therapist in person.
"zoe" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"The first time on gv his guest on that first show where the moody blues doing arrived my seesaw and sometimes native country of wales 18yearold merry hopkins saying those were the days pat on the seven th of february 1966 lavin's spoonful showed up on the tv show hullabaloo along with these hit makers from new jersey it's four seasons on the true channel mm he tom com two three y bill oh zoe saldana oh man in fact dowd oh god the every.
"zoe" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Zoe saldana in a mavis mm mm hmm i had a higher than that claim has named all through and goo goo ga ga b king xiaomi mi his gene no zoom say hot day fly rhett and the blaze is still there the dr movement field for me the three the the.
"zoe" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Zoe saldana 110 law unanswered suzzie message glider diane lane yes sure leading the wazir does the moon did no gene you're seeing this place was scheme to places that mother thank you man jio is it.
"zoe" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"I have daughter them in then zone that sum does though than the victim zoe saldana on the dinner on the do now nato turn what's the today doug mile away luana the idea susann it's the sla welcomed fu i that day man is to play as honest as no song oh man no good zia again really young sure zack kassian there is no voice in your them the ruling love it is zack kassian sampha.
"zoe" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq
"Zoe he'd be able to run laurie are those so amid doubts no ditched burke a inaugu lalo hall of fame gaba is uh i'll make westbrook plays an an an a a of speed i've never seen about a black people slaves angle in mike he's ambling boiler can speed legit preparing every time magazine had when our sin played angry when when i see russel westbrook elevate arun freaking mckee and decay matombo late in his career and all of them and put them on his damn back and carry a team to the nba finals to take on the slick lakers and even win a game yachts eleven hydrating koroma out of women that i see wells promoter are when i see westbrook even sniff and event like that i will still say he took the worst team ever to the nba finals for an hour out as a worse team ever to make the ebbe lungs week i don't know who uses but we could easily these is definitely weakness was i was a week time but i've never seen russell westbrook do things that just get on it i'm just going to i'm going to carry this team and then have everybody else on the team follow suit allen iverson the other people on the team didn't care that they were getting the ball really totally bought in behind him they marched behind him russell westbrook has had nothing but people bitch in and moaning that they're not getting their shots they're not getting their pieces agresson never had those issues in philly your mentor promoting route or more individual version visual i'm telling you all take allen iverson every day of the week every day on one the alone y chromosomes zhuges room i entered the worst evidently that's the question the other thing was killer instinct hutyler in style iverson may have been the best killers dig i've ever seen because he would just heat slogan devos criminal shack he went awry births and actually driver moshe.
"zoe" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Zoe saldana you will come on on the woah and through he wozniacki did how did zoe not saldana least with you hm saldana in reyes some does zone zoe strata saldana tell you i 'yes almonds in your washington this is i heard radio's brad ninety seven paisley point one wash event among washington's them variety of the early 90s and today again moon bay oh my god the m a man you them here are will on the people no with your you david core boom i do the i did there you go again a ugo go making me you the ask stabbed is a man is a mile the body ooh mom is sara lee's mom long seven.
"zoe" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"zoe" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"zoe" Discussed on WDRC
"This lady although luntz zoe saldana until now the break and this yes de la no but over the years here on the big d we've given away a lot of music you'll hear what i'm talking about up next after the rolling stones get off my but b d is back imagine london and.
"zoe" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"zoe" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"She works in an inspired order she's doncaster so far away from my father and he just one sir hey laura i may be murayama she's got to save she killed herself zoe saldana give me one man is like you ooh those miano if your gone overboard dylan god yeah good yeah two two no boy it's after models okay that's what i say did she does hiding key you can see it the morning netflix powder plenty of peace no no.