35 Burst results for "ashley"
John Zmirak: George W Bush Equated Ashli Babbit With Jihadists
"John's merrick. What's on your mind. Well i just finished reading the letter of ashley. Abbott's mother responding to george. W bush ashley bavin whose daughter answered george bush's call and joined the us and fought in iraq in our air force and then protested on january six. You know she committed a crime of trespassing. She climbed through someplace. It wasn't supposed to and the capitol. Police shot her dead. No she tried. She tried to climb through but she was murdered. by someone whose name. I guess. We're never going to know you know what maybe general milley can do. He could do us a solid and go behind the back of the Current fake president. And maybe he could get that name to us because he's a stand up guy. He cares about america. She was shot dead by a capital police officer. For no reason she wasn't carrying seven. She wasn't threatening anyone. And here. George w bush. The man who in a sense lured her into the us military. She signed up because of his war on terror. Here he is equating. Ashley babbitt to muhammad atta and all those other filthy jihadi psych psych of ads who attacked our hometown. I think it is for us to establish why we think this is such a despicable thing for the former president to have said it's deeply shameful. He seems to be in bed with whatever you call at the deep state i mean look. His father was cia. His father was as deep state president as it gets. But i really believe w was different from his father. Oh yes he appoints cheney and rumsfeld. But i did not believe because i thought this men's an evangelical christian he's from texas. He doesn't seem to be the kind of guy that would buy into that stuff. But then we see pictures of him and his father schmoozing with the clintons. Now pictures of him. You know hugging a barack and michelle and you begin to wonder where he's coming
To Compare September 11 to January 6 Is Beyond Absurd
"To compare january six to nine eleven is beyond absurd it is it is reprehensible and his byron york points out in his scathing column about george w bush's speech to compare january six to nine. Eleven is a rhetorical trick. If you will that is it's beyond ridiculous. It's it's it's it's awful. There is no comparison. I'll never understand what got him. The heads of those few hundred people on january sixth. I don't know anybody who defends them. In fact the best anybody does in trying to defend them is doing with. John just tried to do and suggest will they didn't even exist. It was a bunch of antique people. It was not. It was not that. I saw the guy to there. Were maybe there were a few people from antiphon. Plm mixed in there. Those were those were a lot of trump supporters. Again ashley. bad if the only person killed that day was a diehard trump supporter trying to climb through a broken window that was barricaded and a guy shot and killed her and best. I can tell was not really held a cal on tv and bragged about it. Tell told us how brave you was was. The guy's name you went on with lester holt right michael bird. I've never heard law enforcement. Ever tell me how brave they are if you tell people how brave you are. You're not very brave. This is the same guy. Incidentally who left his loaded revolver in the men's room and bragged about the fact that he wouldn't be held accountable because he was a high ranking capital police officer. So that's michael bird.
Accessing Your Akashic Records & Your Line Within With Ashley Woods
"We have this line. That's running through our bodies it connects up to the universe runs down through our bodies the central on of our bodies and 'attaches or connected to the earth beneath our feet and we're receiving messages from this line. Twenty four seven all the time every single second of every single day because it detaches up to the highest realm where are accustomed records are which if anyone does know is a metaphysical library of your entire soul's existence everything that's happened to you with you. Anything you have felt anything is in the records and this line is attached to that realm and so from the moment we take our first breath receiving information and you can call it downloads. Ping's guidance in her thought inner knowing gut feeling. You can call it anything you want. It's all language at the end of the day. But we're receiving that twenty four seven and so the way that we teach this now. In the way that i teach records is there are two ways to access them and one is the alike. The ritual dial up internet word of the prayer and like the whole like the older way of doing it which absolutely works. Not how you do it for somebody else but if you want to tune in for yourself that line gives you everything that you need. You don't need the prayer. You don't need the whole The rich won't you just need that intention. We teach a line activation which is simple easy breath work and movement that activates opens that line. Which is the files of all these messages that you can begin receiving them and receive this guidance from your higher self his highest realm. That really is just rooting. You on and so. That's how we teach the records now which is very different than other accustomed record readers and people who talk about them and teach them reteach them in two different ways one. That's like five g. high pace easy to access. Everyone can do it and the other is the older way which is really wonderful beautiful. They're equally powerful one way you can use them to read further people and to explore the history of other people and support them in that way but if you want for yourself you have it in you every single person. This has it
Streak Stopper: Tellez 3-Run HR Leads Brewers Past Twins 6-2
"The brewers three game skid is over after rowdy tell as in Louis Siri is Homer to power them to a six two win over the twins tell as belted a three run shot Riess added a solo blast and cold wind hit a two run double as Milwaukee extended its lead in the NL central to eight and a half games over Cincinnati Erin Ashley surrendered a two run Homer by Miguel Sano but just two other hits over five innings for his first major league win the brewers raise their majorly best road record to forty three and twenty three they also ended their only losing streak longer than two games since the all star break I'm Dave Ferrie
Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech
"Epic games the company the developers behind fortnight have done something kind of interesting it also kind of ties into what i cover for npr. So i thought it was really interesting. It is as we pointed out in the last segment. It's the anniversary of the march on washington. And dr king's i have a dream speech and they've worked with time studios in time magazine to create this experience called march through time. Players can be teleported to what they're calling. Dc sixty three which is like this kind of a reimagined alternate universe. Washington dc built by users. And you can actually take your character and traveled to the lincoln memorial and the national mall. And here recordings of dr king. Giving the i have a dream speech. There are also like many games that you can do. Yes are you doing the usual fortnight stuff while you're there like my question. This is my question to an eye full disclosure. I have not gotten a check out this experience myself yet but a really smart gaming journalist. I follow erin ashley. Simon actually did you can find on twitter. She put up a four minute. Video of what people are doing. And yeah there's some of the emotes as they call them of people dancing and things like that but you can also hold up signs at the rally. There are collaborative experiences. That are sort of educational. There were puzzles. So yes some of the traditional fortnight stick. But there's also kind of a learning angle here too. I see people describing it as like an interactive online museum.
Capitol Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Rioter Ashli Babbitt Has Stepped Forward
"Make no mistake actually babbitt would-be alive today. If she hadn't tried to climb through that window. And i know that. I know that i also know that if a white cop had shot a violent black lives matter protester. That's all we'd be hearing about day in and day out but this guy is treated as a hero and we know why because ashley. Babbitt was an unapologetic trump's before we know why the guys treated like a hero and of course says we ought to be treated like a hero. He told lester whole showed the utmost courage in shooting that woman in the neck. I was afraid he said i did know. Couldn't see your hands didn't know if she was going to assassinate the speaker of the house. I had to kill her. Had to take her. Dad had to use deadly force. I feel so sorry for the families. I saw the husband. The widower of ashley babbitt interviewed last night on tucker carlson show. We'll play some of that audio for you. You ought to hear what her husband had to say. Because he's pretty angry too and you know what his response was to hearing. Lieutenant michael bird complain about the death threats. He was receiving to lester. Holt apparently ashley. Birds family has been getting death. Threats nonstop beginning january seven because unlike michael bird actually babbitt was immediately identified. Michael birds identity. Because of the design of the us congress had been protected. The only way people knew who he was leaked out or somebody tried to do some investigating and they can see his hand and he had a beaded risk thing on and they could compare it to if they had to do some detective work finally last night. He identified himself. And it's bear it bears repeating and we'll play the clip for you ashley. Babich husband has been threatened relentlessly as well.
Officer Who Shot Ashli Babbitt Breaks Silence
"Breaking his silence. The officer who shot and killed a woman inside the U. S Capitol during the January six attack. Lieutenant Michael Bird tells NBC he shot Ashley Babbitt only as a last resort. Capitol Police say bird potentially saved many lives. Those words meant a lot because that's exactly what I did
The Pascagoula Alien Abduction
"Sometimes life just throws you a curve ball. An unexpected event happens that totally changes your outlook on life. It could be the death of a loved one. A natural disaster. A big break in your career today story is about one of those moments amplified to the max. Something's worth shatteringly. Strange happens to two men in pascagoula mississippi that not only changes their outlook. It completely ruined the rest of their lives. It's october eleventh. Nineteen seventy three in forty. Two year old. Charlie hickson in nineteen year old calvin parker or fishing on the pascagoula river despite the age difference or super close family friends. Charlie's always been kind of a father figure to calvin and today they're celebrating. Calvin recently got engaged and to help pay for the wedding. He started to work as a welder. The shipyard were charlie's a- format by nine pm. The sun has set in. They're about ready to pack up but before they go home they try out one last fishing spot appear by the old shopping or shipyard and that's when things get weird as charlie reaches into his tackle box for a piece of bait. Here's this zipping. Sound coming from behind him. It's loud enough. That he and calvin both turn around and they see this vehicle in the distance. That has these blue flashing lights at first. Calvin some cops are poking around his car. But the lights start to get closer and calvin realizes it can't be the police. He's never seen any squad car. That's the size of a yacht and floats in mid air. Yeah whatever this vehicle is is now about seventy feet away hovering two feet off the ground. And it's huge about thirty feet long charlie. In calvin stare at this thing in total confusion. They have absolutely no idea what to do or what to make of it and before they can formulate a plan a super bright light shoots out of the. I guess you'd call it a ship. The lights coming from a door on the side of the ship which is opening and something is coming out of it
Professional Triathlete Ashley Paulson Recalls Her Toughest Moments on the Run
"Now i feel like especially with you because you're so positive in happy and you're just as bundle of energy so obviously we hear about the highlight reel. A lot and yours is extensive between racing and personal staff. You just have this relentless positive optimism. But i want to hear about a tough time so to look back on all the races you've done. Ultras ironman marathons twenty nine. Oh twenty nine. Which ones do you remember as being really challenging for any given reason you they're all challenging in different ways obviously Just because there's a smile on my face doesn't mean not like hurting news. I was hurting from my one Because of what. I had done earlier that week But some of my struggles in races The one that really popped in my head when you said that and it was actually Quite an inspiring story for me. Now that i look back at it. It was when i was racing. Kona world championship Ironman in two thousand fifteen. I was having a miserable day. I was out there from the beginning. I got kicked in the face came out with a is that i couldn't even see Fact my coach at the time He told my husband wants he. So my is. He's like there's she's not going to finish she cannot see at all So my bike ride was really really ridiculously slow. And how might curium trained so hard. I'd actually earned my pro card at the time to race professionally. I embarrassed and Feeling horrible about where amount on the run. And i see somebody walking in front of me and The person in front of me I'm like gosh that girl. She looks like meredith kessler. But there's not a chance she's way up there she's out there and i just go back to my pity party. You know today's rough today's talks. You know telling myself how how bad everything is But still of course moving forward. And as i get closer and closer i come to find out. It was meredith kessler like one of the number one in the world at the time it was. I used to out there and she obviously started before i did so i was actually passing meredith kessler and in my mind i was like i. I'm not saying this like oh my gosh. I'd beat meredith task. No it was like. She wasn't stopping. She was having a worse day than i was. And she wasn't
What the Left Doesn't Want You to Know About Jan 6
"On the national level. This is always disconcerting. It doesn't help when we have weasley. Republicans who support massive amounts of increase spending. If you've been following the infrastructure. Bill which i don't know how many republicans signed on for that. It's outrageous they don't get the idea about limited government. Oh and they say well sign on because this will prevent the bigger bill yet to come. I mean that's not always censure therefore and our children grandchildren will have to pay for that or worse turncoat. Republicans like liz. Cheney and adam kinser you wonder if they do this for the publicity right like an unknown congressman but now they joined. The pelosi corrupted commission meant to destroy our movement right the commission on one six. Or whatever was do you believe are still people think that the officer was hit by a firings extinguisher. That's feel if you tell lie. Often enough people start to believe it's it's unbelievable and or don't know that some police officers wave them in or fbi collaborators. Tucker's done a good job on. This may have urged the crowd on or that trump supporter ashley. Babb was killed by an officer who still remains anonymous. Why was that true where that some of these protesters still sit in jail. Even in solitary confinement. Can you imagine that being a bunch. I'm not condoning it in any way. They didn't come in with guns. Blair an or palms or anything like that while. The american people still can't see thousands of hours of videotape. Showing really happen. That is what this commission should be investigating but they won't right and look carthy. But i'm not in love with mccarthy appointed Jim jordan. I forget the other guy's name and of course nancy pelosi them on. Because you know what the truth come out what you have and liz cheney. Oh there's a piece of work. Liz cheney i mean condemning trump from the beginning South have no use for these people. They let their hatred get in the way of. What's best for this country.
Lagging Routine Childhood Vaccinations Lead to Call for Action
"Aren't eligible for covid vaccines yet, but they still have to get other vaccinations. However, lots of kids are behind on routine immunizations needed for school and time's running out. You need to get your kids vaccinated. Patrick Ashley of D C. Health that we've heard from some parents that it's hard to get appointments with their pediatricians. And so we've got community provides. Voters here at 34 locations that you can sign up. Find that at vaccinate done D c dot gov appointments are required for routine pediatric immunizations, but not for Covid vaccine. And tomorrow covid shot clinics at three D. C. Middle schools will give parents of $51 gift card and kids a choice of the gift card or airpods, while supplies last that's at Brooklyn, Sousa and Johnson middle schools between 10 and four Kristi King. W
The Truth Behind Sleep Paralysis
"Everyone who goes through sleep. Paralysis says the same thing. They weren't dreaming. They were awake when it happened because they could see and hear everything going on around them and everyone who only hears about sleep. Paralysis says the same thing. There's no way these people were actually awake. It was probably just an extra vivid nightmare but once you hear stories about people who experience sleep paralysis. You realize there's a problem with that theory. You start to wonder if it wasn't real. Then why did they all see the exact same thing. This question haunted. A man named david hovered in nineteen sixty three david's a college student studying in williamsport pennsylvania. One night he wakes up in his dark off-campus bedroom to find himself completely paralysed. He can't lift a finger in fact he can't move a single bone in his body. He tries to call out for help but his vocal chords aren't responding either. Nothing like this has ever happened to him before so he has no idea. If it's ever going to end. He feels more helpless and more vulnerable than he's ever been in his life and that's when it gets a thousand times worse david. Here's a faint shuffling sound. It takes him a second to realize that. It's the sound of footsteps. There's someone in his bedroom. He tries to roll over and switch on the light but his muscles still won't cooperate. Meanwhile the footsteps are getting closer then he feels the bed sink down like something's climbing in david tries to scream but no sound comes out. And that's when he feels a sudden pressure on his chest like something's kneeling on him pressing him down into his mattress. You can't see it. He can only feel it but whatever it is grabs his throat and starts to suffocate him.
Co-Parenting Coaching, with Ashley Wood aka The Conscious Co-Parent
"When you were going through a separation and it was a super difficult time. How did you even know to look up like someone that could help like. Did you just google it. Did someone tell you about it. Because i don't think that like someone to help. Guide both parties and co-parenting and through a separation. I don't know if people know that that exists. So how did you find that. Coaching is still fairly new. And it's i think it's more well known in the states then. Canada has still kind of growing in canada. I had a referral to this particular from a therapist that we had tried to use marital counseling. And then i wanted to continue that person but it would have been a conflict because we had use them jointly. So i wanted someone separate and this particular therapist like i said she's a therapist but she's also kind of like a co-parenting coach and then i just googled after that experience like more about coaching. And because i had seen There's another woman. Michelle dempsey online. Yeah she's big. In in that end so i had seen her name as well and i just thought like what is this like a coach. What do they do. And then when you quit google search. It's all about developing resiliency and how to regain some confidence in someone to kinda like fill in the blanks between your therapist. Your attorney the mediator. The realtor someone to kinda help hold your hand through all the rough spots and so do you have to get your partner on board. Nope so someone can see them by themselves. Absolutely yeah life in most cases. If you're working with the divorce coach it will just be you. And the coach. There are some coaches who will work with both parties but the biggest thing ago at least the way that i coach people is to help people focus on what is within their control and what they can do because most often even if you're not dealing with someone who's really high conflict or has a personality disorder like if you're the one who did the leaving if you're the one who made the decision to end the relationship you're probably way further ahead in the acceptance of what has happened in. The other person is probably way more emotional day. I'm not saying they were blindsided. I'm sure they may have known that things were not good but typically when people are emotional it can be really reactive and very resistant to collaborating and working
Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Mask Mandate
"Matt gaetz a congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. I wanna go to the big targets straightaway. I wanna talk about. We'll talk about the gop in a moment. Let's talk about breaking news of the last week of i think it was thursday with e even providing justification with reference to an unpublished appear reviewed indian study The speaker of the house has decreed that everyone has to wear mosques staff members and visitors. Who don't will be arrested. The chief has allegedly climbed back because of things that you guys and your colleagues did. Let's have a little fun. I i said it on my show on thursday. I'm very impressed. That somebody has invented a force field somehow contains cove it in the house but cents so the culture difference with the senate and the house that you guys got to moss nancy. Because thursday she didn't wear moss but in the senate. Nobody has to now so fourth. Let let me start right here. Let's talk about a second. i'm fed up. I am not interested in people telling me that she is the arch. Strategist i think this woman has lost it. She is so she's mari antoinette on steroids and has no even sense of how what she's doing looks like from the outside am i am i crazy. You are totally wrong about this. I believe nancy pelosi is a master. Strategist i believe. She holds power and money over the rank and file and the democratic party. I believe she has greater control over her caucus. Then paul ryan or kevin mccarthy or john bainer ever had so. I don't disrespect the skill of nancy pelosi and think about this. The masks aren't about healthcare. They aren't about mastercard about we know that. So what are they about control. Ashley wants to show a controlled opposition. She wants to show a controlled conference and that increases her
Ashley Judd Walks Again Long After Shattering Leg in Africa
"Actor Ashley Judd is walking in the Swiss Alps six months after she shattered her leg in Africa I'm marquees are loaded with the latest Ashley Judd writes on Instagram she was able to walk up hill in the Swiss National Park on uneven surfaces for an hour judge says her medical team expected her to be able to move her foot in a year but she had movement after four months in February Judd was on a research trip in a Congolese rainforest when she tripped over a log and shattered her tibia she spent five hours on the forest floor biting a stick and pain and Judd nearly lost her leg now John says her leg will never be the same but she and her legs are buddies
Preventing Burnout in the Daily Podcast Grind With Ashley Hamer, Managing Editor and Host of 'Curiosity Daily'
"Weekly shows. You'll often just there's a. There's a tried and true formula. You record you produce you. Release you record. You produce you release to do that with the daily show you know. Some people can do it. It may be a recipe for burnout. It's that's a lot to do every single day. So there are ways around that you can batch your tasks that is going to be the theme of this day is you can get all of you. Can you can do all of your writing. You can do all of your content planning and record multiple episodes in one. Go so one. One example of that is in the center here batch production. You have maybe two episodes of new content. You have one episode. That's just evergreen that you can run anytime you record all of those together. Do all the production at the same time and then you have three episodes and it's less time planning less time scheduling less time. You know getting out all the equipment. It's a little bit faster but of course not every show can do that. Some shows are more timely. Some shows are new shows so a solution to that might be kind of a blend you could do. The record produce release schedule for those really timely episodes that need to come out tomorrow but in addition to that so that you always have daily content. You could also have some evergreen stories that you you record all together and you have multiple episodes in one recording and production and session the for a science. Show what we'll do is a lot of our content is evergreen but will also cover things like you know the the venus missions that were just announced. You know we will. We can pop in and do a timely story in this process. It's it's very flexible but if you're not a science show like we. Are you know a news. Podcast could possibly run a primer on. How the electoral college works. During every election season or a comedy podcast could re run a segment where like a running joke head originally started so everybody can like here that that little bit of history. There's there's a lot you can do to have content for every day of the week and yet still have time to create the stuff. You really wanna create.
Why You Should Consider Creating a Daily Podcast With Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer of Curiosity Daily
"Talk about some of the benefits and maybe why you should consider creating daily podcast. So of course any podcast will. That's released on a regular basis will help you become part of our listeners routine. Or it's a weekly biweekly. But a daily podcast will really deeply see you in a listeners. Routine whether it becomes their go-to for what to listen to during breakfast or on their commute to work a five day a week thing will really make you part of their their day. honestly you also have the potential. They hit high download numbers daily instead of once a week with a long tail and this can reduce volatility in. Let's say the apple podcast charts. Ray like you're going to have a ton of downloads on wednesday if you release once a week on wednesday but you may not appear in the charts later in the week. Maybe the following monday tuesday. Because everyone's listened to your newest episode there. Volatility is reduced if you're downloads are distributed more evenly throughout the week so there's a little bit of a benefit there there's also if you're episodes are short like ours. There's also smart speaker appeal or more people are buying and owning smart speakers. People are going to start listening to podcasts. More on smart speakers. And maybe if you release daily and you're like a three hour. Joe rogan podcast. People may not listen as much but if someone again is just listening while they're eating breakfast or something like that maybe they'll throw you on their smart speaker and again not necessarily true. If that's longer i mean oh sorry. Curiosity daily really easily. Plays on your news briefing. That's why that's why he's it's short and a smart speaker. Go so well together you can listen to any podcast of any length on a smart speaker if you ask it to play it but specifically you can put a short daily podcast into that news briefing that plays in the morning or whatever time you tell it to. So that's why it really
Rick Astley Hit Rolls Into a Billion YouTube Views
"Started out as a prank has grown into something more fans are never giving up on Rick Astley as his hit 80 single. Never gonna give you up skyrocketing, passed a billion views on YouTube. Who's watching It is my question. Speaking in a, uh Everybody's getting Rick rolled taking in a video on Twitter, Ashley said. He is very lucky and it is mind blowing.
"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"We are able to pinpoint the one time it was it was gonna. Are you able to pinpoint it. Yeah because i had like a weird cycle that month so yeah we're able to pinpoint it. Which is kinda sweet. And so this cycle time he goes all. I liked it here in june. Would you guys want to know for your parents would be like i know the day i know everything that happened. I know a day you were born. Your mom's at electricity went out. That's something i don't need to know the soundtrack that was playing while i was being conceived moon at which like the zodiac mood which i was under like all of these i i must have been conceived draw valentine's day about nine months. Okay your valentine's day baby are talking about it. not something. I like to think about units. You deeply see like now that i'm thinking of like the song tiny got the song second my head. There's no doubt in my mind that the song that was playing when tanya was concede was here comes the sun ready for the delivery our matchbox twenty. I don't know that music in deliver rooms and sort of person. It's just going to be like we're going to freak our and then. But i do want to start putting headphones up to my belly and like develop the kids sense of music taste early on. It's actually really cool. Iheart and ashley injured. Haven't they don't know this yet but we've agreed to do a live. Podcast the hour that the baby's born from a hospital room. It's gonna be awesome live. Yeah so be screaming and you'll be streaming. Yeah ashley describe how you're feeling right now. Describe all your emotions debts. There waiting have like. Was you know. Some people have their names picked out before they even get to the point of conceive. Being a child are y'all those parents are still. Oh you have them ready. I had the name picked out. I remember when i picked out the name. Was that a new kids on the block. I was twenty years old. And i was walking around the arena. And i i. Did you think of that name at a new kids on the block. Concert has nothing to do with new kids. Well okay so. I wanted for girl. I wanted to name her arena. But jerry doesn't like arena. So i was walking around. The arena is feeling so alive. And that's how. I came up with the girl name. And then i think that the guy name dawned on me at the same exact time. I don't know why i was thinking about this at the time. But but becca you're gonna love it. But but now all we have set as a boy's name because jared loves the boy name that i picked out at twenty. He did not like arena. Just.
"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"You know i was talking to a lot of friends who are parents and they said buddy texts me. He goes first. Trimester sucks for her second. Trimester is okay third. Trimester sucks for her. It's all worth it when the kid is born. That's cool that's fascinating thing is. I've been getting so many stories on instagram. For moms who like just threw up the entire pregnancy and they did it and then they may have done it again after that and they said you totally forget about it and i'm like i can't wait to experience this forget. I don't know this is possible. But i think that it's got to be so much easier to go through this with your second child than your first. Because with their first you don't even really know what's coming like. You don't know the love that you're about to feel and at least with the second. You're i know that this is all worth it. I know this is all worth it. I mean and of course like. I know that it's worth it now but like it's gonna be easier when you've actually felt the love before. Oh yeah you don't have to you don't have. I don't think any there's going. Oh my gosh. She's seeing a great. Now this is all really hard and there's like no idea what it feels like later. I think it's a fair place to sit. I think it's a good place to sit well. Hey i'm gonna take a step back. We're going to bring on some of your closest friends that are part of the almost famous family almost famous listeners. I'm gonna speak on behalf of all of them and say ashley jared. They cannot be more excited for you. They're so excited to keep up with this. We're going to actually do. I'm gonna commit to a right now. Ashleigh we're going to do an episode in a few weeks. Which i think we need to do an in-depth with ashley canetti talk about just like your life up to this point and then maybe do it once you become a mother and wants this baby is born..
"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"He's always asking me what i want. He's always running errands. He's always doing like anything. I need around the house and like it's amazing. But like i have been so disgusting that i feel bad that he has to listen to me. Throw up that. He's so bored. Because we can't do any like i don't do anything else like i do what i have to do. Work wise and i watch grey's anatomy all day long and his poor guy so bored sometimes. We go outside in the backyard. Hawaii i actually feel like a really be wife. Maybe you're fine you're pregnant. This is what happens. You're the one who is throwing off. The least i could do is hanging house for a little while. And then run to seven eleven to pick up a slurpee which he only did for the first time this week. Slurpy slurpy so can check that one off in the old book Okay so jared. It's talking to you for a second. You said you put twenty seven seconds of work to make this happen at this point. Do like as obviously i'm not even potentially close to being a father. I don't know how this experience feels but in the course of your day. Are you feeling like sad. Are you like super excited are you. What are your emotions wrapped around this right now. While i'm i'm very excited i've always wanted to be a dad. It's really nice. We actually and i have wanted to start a family for a little while now. So it's so exciting that she's pregnant and we're starting this adventure together I feel guilty at times. Because actually i talked to mark About this on help. I suck at dating iheartradio podcast. You can listen to wherever you listen to this right now. Shameless plug but i was talking to mark because obviously mark has a couple of kids and I i feel guilty. Because i don't feel that connected to the kid right now. The only time i have felt connected was when we were at our first doctor's appointment and we had the ultrasound it was the first time when they put gel. Whatever that jelly stuff is on ashley's belly and they had the ultrasound you could see the you know the little and that is your child but other than that you know. It's just because you know we've gotten the positive pregnancy test and we've told everybody would just so exciting but nothing really has changed for me. You know ashley's the one dealing with all the first trimester sickness. So i think when we were at the doctor's office that was the first time i felt really connected and honestly when we announced we did it on amazon. Live a second time where. I felt really connected..
"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"The almost famous podcast. Not only do. I get to spend time with the glowing and i would love to say that you just look like one hundred percent right now but she looks about. I'd say thirty seven percent. Is that a good number of generous. We have jeered nationally in the day. We're going to do a special episode talking about their big announcement. I'm gonna let them do it. You've probably seen it in the news. I mean they're everywhere. Put a open my phone there my computer. They're they're actually injured. What is this episode about. Ben it's jared. I'm usually not hello. Everybody who listens to almost famous podcast. This is about ashley throwing up seven times a day thing. Now we're pregnant were so i am not pregnant. We are not already messed up. Ashley is pregnant. We've decided on this because it's ridiculous to say we're pregnant. i'm. I'm going through nothing right now. I'm just did might twenty eight seconds of work it. Now it's all on ashley the fourth thing and so actually pregnant which were so excited. Abou- we're going to have a child a baby but you don't actually see Struggle bus right. Now gonna talk for the most part of this episode. I can like sit here grade. Yeah we're doing good. I'm excited for the baby to be here. So this is unfiltered ashley. I know that you're not feeling great right now. Injured is going to handle a lot of this but just to give our listeners. A little background because for the last couple weeks. They've probably wondered like you know. Maybe ashley has been maybe a little quieter on the show. Or maybe like she's like bing like coughing or gagging on something ashley. How can you walk us through the kind of the the scenario so far and how you kind dealt with being pregnant and this intense like sickness that you're feeling last week well. I don't know how i've handled it. Pardon me she needs to throw up i. It's not easy but like seriously. I'm just blessed that i get to work from home and that for the most part. I have a schedule. That's relatively flex flexible. And i can arrange my schedule because like oh my gosh like does my heart go out to expectant mothers who are having to go to a nine to five at the office feeling like this like oh my goodness i mean look at this. You get to record a podcast from the couch right now. I'm so lucky. So i'm taking an italian course because i'm finishing my bachelor's degree in this is the last class i have taken. My italian professor is currently pregnant..
"ashley" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"We're here talking with Ashley Schmidt from published with Ashley Air Force Veterans. So actually you you just really cool things in the world of publishing because some phenomenal amount of of books and other media that you've published in in recent times. So really looking forward to hearing about debt before that takes back, does we should in the air force. All right. So what I didn't Air Force I'm a little bit. I'm a you Safa Grad. So as my husband two thousand and my husband's Zany nine Falcon. Love. Soon, after I graduated, we got married. I. Did pilot training. I had some medical issues. So I fell back on my engineering degree which turned out to be awesome. I'm an awesome engineer. So actually, I just really enjoyed being an engineer. And a niche where I was able to what? I call engineer translator. So I ended up working with nuclear cruise missiles the space program I built the new rock that they had for although launch programs at Vandenberg Air, Force Base Patrick air, force base and Kinda. My niche was to be able to translate engineer contracting because like they just don't speak the same language. And so. I was able to do that really well, and I really enjoyed it. It's a lot of fine I found myself. In. AFL Air Force. Research Laboratories Doing what I'd like to call lots of cool geeky things and that are cutting edge that are out there and I I love it. I had I had a really great time doing that I'm still actually an Air Force reservist my husband and I I had to get out my husband still active duty because they were has the. Are forced does send you different places at a certain point in your career, and we have four girls and I just wasn't GonNa work from it all. So I'm a military spouse too now and we move every year or two, and so I needed a job but I didn't really want a job 'cause I, move all the time. So that's why I started published with Ashley. So as you were getting towards where you come this realization yu-gi-oh force and you realize. I gotta figure something out of a need portability my husband in the Air Force to shift for you become fulltime mom. Transition to the military spouse roll. which you know sometimes isn't always easy if you've been in the military yourself. So the unsung heroes of this world, I'm telling Ya. So appreciate appreciate what you do and. You just some phenomenal things. So how was it? I mean you're looking at this entrepreneur thing how was it that like what are some of the first things you started looking into or discover along the way before you settled on publishing?.
"ashley" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"Here she is Ashley Nicole Black. Ashley Nicole Black thanks so much for being here. Real quick. Are you have you always been a three namer Ashley? Nicole Yeah Yeah Black people we want to have as many names. Three Usually I appearance actually couldn't agree on my name one wanted Ashley in one wanted Nicole. And so here we are. Compromise so. One parent call you Ashley and the other calls, Unicol they both Tommy, Ashley. But what's really funny is like they really fought over it and really thought they pick something super original. Every Ashley is named Ashley Nicole. That's great. There was like years ago, facebook group of Ashley Cole Blacks, and there were hundreds. You're the leader. Now you're the most famous Ashley Nicole Black there's a weight loss, lady, Ashton lack. She was number one on Google for awhile and it could be a couple of years to be her what a great motivator to have someone else. Well. Actually we're. We're both fans of yours. We had a wonderful writing career and performing career on amazing shows and I love your on twitter but we have talked so much about the writing process on Coenen on this podcast and we thought it'd be interesting to hear about what it's like on other late night shows and other sketch shows. So we do want to get to that but maybe we can start further back than that and here kind of your comedy story in how you got into writing comedy. I mean I, think the same way everybody else did I dropped out of a PhD at northwest..
"ashley" Discussed on Going Through It
"This is going through a show about women who found themselves in situations where they said, give the behind me Satan and they made a decision to make a change in turn something around I'm your host Tracy Clayton. I was working two jobs and I was stressed out about money and you know just a million in five things going on. This actually Ford, she's literally jack-of-all-trades. Jill of all trades, a black person of all trace she. A humorist and she's a host. But around a decade ago before she was writing about folks like Violet Davis, billy porter missy Elliott Serena Williams, she was living in a basement apartment. At least she thinks it was an apartment. I was living with a family who had essentially taken me in so that I didn't have to live in squalor nothing but a really low fiber carpet that was still damp in places, and then there was the grey concrete it was dark it was musty it felt like walking into your own depression. Actually was baroque she was a college student and not to mention she was in a relationship that was really starting to give her path. I always felt like my ex had a lot of darkness in him and what he was attracted to was my light and that was how we balance each other out. I didn't think that he would hate my life because he couldn't have it for himself. This was ashes first real relationship but Ashley notice a huge red flag when they would disagree he felt like it was disrespectful or dismissive. That we would argue, I'm not really much of a yeller. First of all, I'm a cap on So I like to keep things really pragmatic even in a fight like I like to be very okay. What is the issue they? He felt like that made me a robot and like I didn't really care enough to a moat daring those fights in a way that was satisfactory to him, and by the time we get to this fall. We are officially at a point. where he doesn't feel like an argument is over until I cry. and. Then then she received the email to end all emails forever. I knew this relationship was not going to work when he emailed me a poem breaking up with me in the poem. The Apollo. It was mostly about the fact that the last time we had gone to Ihop when the check came, he paid for it and I didn't even look at it which you know sorry about that fifteen dollars But then like the end of the poem literally says, and you can go to hell Ashley Ford. When they broke up actually great slips and she kinda retreated inward..
"ashley" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"Getting worse in fact, just a month later in May of nineteen, sixty one he threw out. Out His back during a tree planting ceremony. I mean, so bad that he couldn't even walk. This was a problem because in a couple of weeks, he was supposed to fly to Europe to meet the Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev in the Cold War perception was everything. He couldn't show up hobbling around on crutches. He'd look like a weakling in front of the whole world press. So he decided to call this guy doctor, Max? Jacobsen. Doctor Jacobson was sort of a mad scientists slash doctor to the stars. He treated everyone who's anyone and he had this miracle shot that gave his patients so much energy and euphoria that the actually cold him. Dr Feelgood, which just as an aside, maybe never go to someone called Dr. feelgood. So with this summit coming up Jack Invites Dr Feelgood to the White House without consulting any of his regular doctors after one injection Jack is practically leaping across the room without his crutches heels on top of the world clear-headed. No pain. So he even ask Dr Jacobson to come with him to Europe. In case he needs another fix. So you're probably asking what was actually in these magic injections mostly amphetamines. So. If you're keeping score, the president is now shooting up speed. He's on Royds, downers narcotics, and whatever else was in Dr Jacobson's shots because even today no one is totally sure what the full recipe was. But Jack said I don't care if it's horse pass, it works. The thing about amphetamines though is when they stop working, you are in a world of trouble especially if you're trying to negotiate a peace treaty with the Soviet premier. Jack arrived in Vienna for the summit. Doctor. Jacobson gave him a quick injection, and then he was off to the races. I mean, he was even described as bounding down the steps of the embassy. He looked like he could run laps around the sixty seven year old Khrushchev. But as soon as they got to talking Jack was clearly not functioning at one hundred percent. He bumbled his way through the whole afternoon without accomplishing really anything by dinnertime. Even reporters who saw Jack leading the building could tell that his energy was crashing. And by the end of the second day, well, it's To assume that he was going through withdraws because the only other explanation is that he just stripped lost his mind during their very last meeting Khrushchev threatened is up to the US to decide whether there'll be war or peace and Jack replied then Mr Chairman, there will be war, it will be a cold winter her. Now, this was the exact opposite of what the US was hoping to get out of this event. Jack. said it best himself in an interview immediately after the meeting? Worst thing in my life, he savaged me. For a minute, it looked like Khrushchev might have rhetorically beaten him to death a week or two after he gets back to the White House on June Sixteenth Jack comes down with a fever I mean he can't even get out of bed. He has to cancel all of his appointments, his doctors on red alert because when you have Addison's disease, any small infection can potentially be life threatening. So they decide to pump him full of antibiotics and steroids and narcotics even. Even more than usual, but his condition just keeps getting worse for a whole week by June, twenty second, he nearly dies all the while the press is being told that he has a mild viral infection. The public has no idea that the commander in chief is basically on his deathbed. Miraculously, Jacks health finally starts to turn around. He makes a slow but steady recovery and when the test comeback back, they all finally find out what caused this near fatal infection. Arab actor, clohessy a bacteria that outside of a hospital setting is usually sexually transmitted. So the president just almost died of an S. T. D. and the burning question pun intended is who gave it to him? Well, it's a little hard to narrow down because in his downtime between Ding international crises and shooting up enough drugs to kill racehorse. JFK was sleeping with just about every woman.
"ashley" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"Hi, guys, I'm Ashley Flowers, and if you've heard my podcast crime junkie or supernatural, you might know me as a true crime lover. But there's another interest of mine that I'm excited to share with you guys and depending on who were talking about. There's even a little true crime esque in there too. If you grew up in the US, you probably grew up with this image of the former presidents as these serious dignified, insanely boring old who never had any fun in their lives and there's a reason. This is all the history books. Tell us because the truth is, well, it's embarrassing for the country and almost too wild to believe the White House has been full of scandals. Drama an even a little bit of true crime from the very beginning and the more you learn about what was really going on in the Oval Office. The more you'll have to wonder how did we make it this far? welcomed. Very presidential, apar- cast original in this podcast, I'm going to be looking at fifteen presidents who would be on the Mount Rushmore of bad behavior and today I'm starting off with one of the most beloved presidents in American History John. Fitzgerald Kennedy in less than three years. JFK was involved in more scandals than most people can hope for a lifetime. He basically turned the. The White House into the playboy mansion accidentally slept with not one. But two spies met with foreign leaders in a drug addled Hayes and nearly started a nuclear war because he wanted to look good in the press for decades. The public didn't have a clue about any of this. But the facts we have now call into question everything we thought we knew about the Kennedys. John. F. Kennedy, was a Rockstar at forty, three years old. He was the youngest president ever elected and arguably the hottest. Every woman in America was swooning over his boyish good looks. Toss alled hair and casual self confidence, and even though the Kennedys are one of the richest families in America, he was seen as sort of an underdog, he was the first. President ever elected, which was a big deal for the Irish Catholic community more than anything Jack as his friends called, him was a breath of fresh air. He was young energetic, a family man, his wife Jackie was already becoming a fashion icon. His brother Bobby was appointed as the new attorney general, which let's say was a bit of a controversial choice, but love them or hate them. The Kennedys were America's new royalty. Of course, though that image was carefully crafted. Even, after his death, the Kennedy family went to extreme lengths to hide anything that might compromise Jack's reputation. And there was a lot lot. Let's start with that youthful vigor. That was one of his main selling points. Just fifteen years before in nineteen forty-five, FDR had died in office after a long period of illness. So. was worried that the same thing might happen again, which is why throughout the nineteen sixty campaign jack insisted that he was in perfect health, but this was a complete lie JFK's health problems are no longer a big secret today, but most historians till kind of tend to skim over how serious they actually were and what he did to cope with them. It's literally a miracle that Jack was still alive to be president at age forty, three, I mean he'd been extremely deathly ill, his entire life he'd actually been so close to dying that he had his last rites administered on four separate occasions. He was eventually diagnosed with Colitis, which is this chronic disease of the large intestine, and he also had Addison's disease which causes hormone deficiencies, and as a side effect of the steroids that he had to take. He had back problems that caused him to be in constant pain. Now, none of this sounds too serious in terms of how it affects someone's decision making I, mean shirts distracting to be in pain all the time, but he was still mentally sound, right. Well. He would have been. But to deal his pain, Jack was taking basically every drug known to Pharmacology I. Mean, we're talking morphine sedatives, barbiturates, narcotics. He was even on four kinds of steroids daily including anabolic steroids, and that's the same kind athletes use for muscle building, and they're known to cause paranoia mania an aggression after long term use. Essentially, if Jack had to take a drug test, he would have been fired from any government job and. And probably referred to a Rehab Center and yet here he was with his finger on the nuclear button making decisions that would affect the entire glow. Now, a lot of biographers insists that Jack's health problems and medications didn't have any effect on his leadership, but psychiatrist Naseer Gami. Who Review Jacks medical files said that claim was hard to accept biologically especially when you look at his actual behavior in office, which was an endless parade of disasters. On Day three in the white. House. Before he even had time to settle in, Jack, got a visit from the director. There was one little thing that needed the president's attention. The CIA had been training a guerilla army to invade Cuba and overthrow the government. The US wasn't a fan of Cuba's prime, minister. Fidel. Castro because he was a socialist and this was the Cold War. But Jack, wasn't totally convinced that staging a coup was the best answer mostly because if anyone tied it back to the US, it'd be a whole. Whole, international crisis, but the CIA says listen don't worry about it. We're going to invade. Yes. But it's not gonna look like an invasion. We've recruited over a thousand Cuban rebel fighters for the job. So we play our cards, right? No one had any idea that the US was ever involved. So Jack says, okay, fine. Let's let's do it. But just to be extra sure that it doesn't fall back on. US. US, forces are not allowed to participate in the invasion at all in any way shape or form ever the end. But. The fifteen hundred Cuban guerrillas send him on their own with no backup and let's just see what happens, and of course, what happens is a complete disaster. When the invasion takes place on April seventeenth guerrilla fighters barely make it onto shore a hundred and eighteen of them or killed over three hundred or wounded, and the rest are all captured and not only does the bay. Of Pigs invasion fail miserably. But it's obvious that the US was behind it. The biggest consequence for Jack is he kind of looks like a bumbling idiot both at home and abroad, everyone's worst fears were confirmed. Maybe JFK is just a pretty face and he's too young and too inexperienced to actually lead. The next Jack is meeting with a couple advisors in the Oval Office when he suddenly breaks off mid-sentence and walks out into the Rose Garden, he spends an hour just walking around silently by himself. The next morning, his press secretary finds him crying in his bedroom, and then over the next few days, he keeps muttering to himself. How could I have been so stupid. Of course, it might have had something to do with the FBI storage lockers, worth of drugs that he was taking, and despite all the meds, his underlying conditions were only.
"ashley" Discussed on The First Degree
"And none of these articles of clothing look to be disturbed the killer had incapacitated Ashley but no rape or sexual assault was evident Paul New- lapd because they needed help tracking Mike down in order to collect DNA from him to test him they wanted to swap him so whether you want to call it Mike Carr Gelo told them that he was a professional boxer but had to quit after being electrocuted while fixing an air conditioning unit at this point Mike was twenty five and already fixing. AC units he gave Ashley's Info in case she ever needed anything fixed sometime later Ashley's boiler broke and needed fixing so they decided to call him and how much time later is not that information is not readily available her friend I'm Chris was coming over to pick her up at the house and had parked outside and then when they came out 'cause he has he had a flat tire on his car and then the sky appeared and and said he could help change the tire and they start and he was you know they thought he was good looking funny and you know wasn't as funny that the I was GONNA help him change a tire and then they chatted with him and he gave them his card heating and air conditioning and then a couple days later for her Hitler broke and they decided to call him originally when I heard those facts I thought this was totally random and and you know this all could have been avoided if Chris had taken care of his tires better you know I sort of like that sounds absurd now but I thought was at random that he just happened to enter her life by chance and and because of tire but Kris that Kris told me later when he took his tire to be repaired urged he saw they told him it had been slashed and I started to learn that actually he was a like real deal psychopath walker killer that had been per serving her for weeks maybe months and had he created that entire choreographed scene to enter her life he had already chosen her as a target he had already monitored her coming and going he slashed the tires he probably broke the boiler knowing that she would call him like this she was all she had been targeted and trapped for a long time so for her desk oh my God so so this is huge information and terrifying information and when the police here this this tells them that not only has this guy killed before but he will kill again somebody this deliberate somebody's willing to choreograph really a scene too to insert himself in someone's life this is a dangerous dangerous Predator at a double insertion to first doing the car and then knowing knowing uh-huh can jump in and help right then and then he gives the card so he he knows the steps so he's got he's got the card then he then he breaks in you know alleged okay but it sounds Shannon what what are the odds at a couple of days later her boiler breaks how often does that boiler breaks well it's really scary because he's pretty much like playing God in this situation and he finds his prey he's like creating this whole story line almost for himself where he's controlling everything what's scary is that he's really good it India and probably acted are your Ganic Louis and sweet and I'm a good-looking safe guy street good at it attention true crime lovers the hit Real's channel show autopsy is coming to podcast one with all new episodes join Dr Michael Hunter and those involved in the he says as they examined the autopsy report for some of the most famous celebrity deaths of our time including Patrick swayze Chris Farley and natalie wood download new episodes of autopsy every week on apple podcasts and podcast one so at the time that Ashley had met Mike She was living with roommate and all of them were around the same age as Mike was so mike started coming around and everybody was kind of friendly with each other they started doing neighborly favors for one another and apparently Mike even had his friend that was a doctor write a prescription for Ashley's Carpal Tunnel Syndrome so who's just doing nice normal favors and actually didn't really think much about him choose friendly back to him and some of Ashley's friends however thought that he gave.
"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"So here's how the game's gonna work, we're giving. Ashley, and Jarrod a groom cowboy hat and ride white hat. Need to sit back to back. You cannot see each other. Please draw my cowboy hat or no, please sit back to back. So they're sitting back to back right now for their listening. We're going to ask him a few questions, and they're going to raise which one listen this is how the game works Ashish says he's there saying the says groom. No, no. I don't eat to Cowboys. Yes. So I'm gonna ask a question and they're going to raise the hat that they think. It relates to the most K. So, for example, the two of you can't be looking each other Jerry, please look towards the wall are lift up the hat of the Messier person in your relationship. They both said bride. Yeah. Good job. Ashley. Not messing epi. I do like I like how Jared filled that in there just in case he cleans up throughout the day. I clean up like at the end of the day, okay? When there's nothing else to learn to agree. There is nothing. Okay who spends more money? Pause. Ashley with the wind Lauren degree. They don't spend much money, the only differences, she buys, beauty progress. I buy dove, I've talked about in the podcast beats dump soap. Yeah. My dove is to ninety nine her lavar is a little bit more expensive. The you'd actually be I mean, I think it's a little shocking to people that, that actually is not a big spender except on beauty products, which the very first time ever, met Ashley, it's still to this day. My first impression of her and I've gotten to know her so much better since then, but she rolls in with something she still has his as it's like chest full of mak- like it's a massive chest with lights, and it looks like it costs, two thousand dollars. It was to fifty. Oh, well, it's still expensive, a lot more expensive than dub Soave. So Ashley, you went with that one who is the better driver auto. Auto Jared wins on the driving. I have actually a couple of times scary experience. It's all right. I mean, from the moment that I, I was in a car that Jared drove, I was like, wow. This guy drives, like my dad. That's a good sign. And that was like a turn on for. It's kind of weird. My dad is a very safe driver, my mom's a better driver. I'll say that. My mom's a better driver. My dad caution Ashley's. Mom's in the audience tonight looking beautiful smiling. Super thank me here. So this is a question. I thinks that we're all very proud about overnight heart who is the biggest baby when they get sick. Oh, Ashley says Ashley, Jared says, Jerry, I will explain. Jared really hasn't been sick. Now me he really hasn't been sick Rummy. I haven't like how a bad cold or flu or anything like that, since we've lived together in the past year, but I have thrown up in front of him. You haven't been too much of a baby. The only reason I said, this is because one night I wasn't feeling well and you made me a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, and like liquid Ivy. I know it wasn't. But that's the only time I really remember living on who is better cooking into that yet. Do you guys not cook on? Just give me a second. Ben, let me think about this makes you look to cheating, the better cook sh. Jared says Jared Ashley says, both. Oh. Okay. That wasn't so bad. So Jared doesn't consider like making pasta or sandwiches. Oh, I never said anything. Well, she made me a Turkey sandwich..
"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"She's just like so confidently literally ever since Jared. Kind of admitted her feelings, nothing makes her nervous, civilities a great word though. 'cause I always keep saying, like in my head. I'm like, switch more emotionally stable, so she doesn't cry anymore because being what you're kinda sucks. So boring. The question might like if I've more boring now. Like, that's one of my biggest securities, we did this. I don't get it podcast about like what we're most insecure about now. And I actually said that I feel like I could be boring to my audience because vibes so emotionally stable. It's not boring. Just good. People should be happy for working right? And that's nutrition jeered. Let's back check and then have some direct questions for you. But what happened leading up to that moment where you wanted to express your feelings? Ashley. Well, we did to forty five minutes video on him tones, you'll say it again. You guys just got a glimpse into our lives. Get asked the question and Ashley answer. Yeah. I mean obviously we talked about it before. But it was more like you said, I mean, I think for a long time. Nick can attest to this because he knows. We pretty well. I'm very. Looks thrill. House me. I man of comfort I like kinda like my little place in this world. And. Ashley's the complete opposite of that. And Ben like you were saying earlier. If Ashley and I were to ever date after our first season of paradise, it would have gone, one of two ways, either complete happiness or complete sadness. And I think that was always kind of terrifying, for me because I was always confused about my feelings, and so I never really was willing to dive in. And then, of course, we were best friends, and we would talk all the time. So life was good and nothing ever needed to be changed. And then all of a sudden something changed. And she started dating someone else, and I kind of look, you know, I was living in Rhode Island while I was actually living with Nick at the time. And but I was in Rhode Island when I was kind of finding everything about winter games. And I mean I heard rumors that she was engaged. And I was like, just, you know, obviously in my room in my own head trying to think of what I should do. How much of an idiot, I've been how I've haven't said anything in the past three years haven't done anything, I haven't said anything, you know, you just all of a sudden you blink, you know, you go on this craze. The adventure of the bachelor and bachelorette paradise, and you kind of just like roll with everything that happens from, and all of a sudden, you blink in three years of your life goes by, and you're like holy have I said anything that I've truly meant. And so, and then, you know, we were in Saint Lucia we had a preplanned trip with our friends Tanner, and Jade, and in palm Kate, and, and Lauren was there to nationally. And, and, and so I decided I had to go down there and say something, and then that was when everything changed. And now we sit here today getting prepped for the biggest day of your lies Ashley injured. This is all came full circle. Your couple just like the world intended to be, what are you most excited for, for this wedding day? What are you most excited about? I think I'm most excited. I'm most excited. Okay. Never mind while I was gonna say, I'm most excited about to be in one room with people that I care most about in this world. To celebrate the state's friends and family and to celebrate our love and just to have that moment with everybody together. I think that's one of the most excited about I'm the I am more excited about something specific. And I guess that's just like the doors open to the church and seeing Jared. And then being next my dad Jarrod, you think you'll cry on the wedding day. I don't know. That's a great question. I cried at my sister's wedding. So you're a goner, man when I never thought I'd cry. And then I saw my sister's wedding. They had a, a carriage. I was in I was in the and party and they had two million of us here for moment..
"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Ashley, and I talked about it, and we decided to give it a shot. So we go on her games. And she dives headfirst, because she is in that season of live with a lot of things that are open to her. And she ends up exploring a relationship with Kevin. And they ended up breaking up and we're going on a car. I just Ashley, and I right after this whole scenario, and we start talking, and I actually was going to ask you a question. I said, yeah. She was Jerry just told me that he has feelings for me. And I don't know what to do about it. And I said, what do you want to do about it? She's like, I think I wanna see if it could work and at that moment, like I almost tried to talk you out of it. I remember I sat on, I was just going to call you out on that. I, I was like, wait. You can't see the reason I was like, I don't want you to set up for disappointment. Yeah. Like you definitely really defensive about it. I felt like you didn't fully believe it or he thought I was exaggerated. Di- did, I think I made like, are you over like analyzing the situation does he really care about you, because I know how fragile you are in Alec. Are you actually willing to dive into this in his he willing to dive into this, because once you do there's there's, there's to pass to complete happiness or a lot of emotion a lot of sorrow and a lot of sentence. I don't wanna see that again. Before I know they're diving back in and look at them the day, and I'll say this about Ashley today, and then this is going to be about Jared and Ashley as a couple and Jere. This is a compliment to you, and I want to know if you've seen this as well. There's been this like transformation. That is so tangible. Ashley where there's a confidence and there's a steadfastness, and there's a clarity and a quality of life where she isn't a nervous wreck walking into the studio anymore. She's confident she's at peace. Even when things are swirling around her..
"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"This is Ashley in Jerod wedding, shower and everybody out there listening, including the audience, that's here is going to be able to participate. We've got a big night ahead of us love this. We want to give a special thank you to crate and barrel for putting this on. They've been a huge sponsor, the podcast months. Now. And this event is going to be nothing but special Ashley injured, I've a special gift for you. But before I give it to you, I want to ask the two of you. Why did you choose crate and barrel for your registry? What I love about grand barrel, is that I feel like it's dealt furniture. In the best way, I say that because Jared deny well he moved into an apartment with my sister. It was my sister in my apartment. And we were only there for like a month until we realized that it was probably the smartest decision to move in together. He didn't. You know, we would have been logistically really weird if we did live apart. Anyway, the bottom line here is that we have, like a really girly apartment, we had a decorator come in and like make all these crystal chandeliers and everything had, like shade of pink attached to it. So what we're really excited about is when we are married couple, too. Totally redecorate the place. Make it a little bit more masculine, but definitely timeless and classic and crate and barrel has everything for every room. And you know that it's going to be well made it's gonna last so long and it's just going, it's going to be quality classic timeless style for a lifetime. Jared, everything Ashley. No green barrels awesome. Then like every time you go in there. I just want to spend a lot a lot of money. So it's really nice to have cream barrel. Be our wedding registry. Because then other people can buy stuff that we really like that. Yeah. Best partly registering, he was, like I feel like this is just for free free stuff. It's shopping. It's free for us. I yes again, me it was just you went around and scanning it was like, yeah. Like those wine glasses click. I like those tiles, click the price tag on this, click, you know, my never thought I'd be so excited over something that came in the mail from actually podcast fans. It's been amazing how many people listened to the podcast, our Instagram, and we don't even know them, but they send us give similar crate and barrel registry. This weekly got a dual curate and coffee makers you can make pot or coffee Cup was very exciting for us. What your favorite coffee? Doc. I only drink Dunkin..
"ashley" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne
"And don't forget to follow unsolicited advice. Once you're there. I kind of nervous. It's our first podcast. I've always wanted to do this. I feel like I'm not quite sure how to talk right now. Just talk normally sent to talk. Normally, I know. But like do you ever over think something like the other day? I was thinking about how I'm breathing. Like, I'm not I'm not telling myself about what you're thinking about how your breathing. Yeah. I was thinking about like how does your body just know how to breathe, and then I started thinking about it so much that I started. I couldn't breath. You know what I'm talking about? I haven't experienced that specifically but walking across the street now. Oh my God. You guys this is Ashley, and that's Terron. And and we're doing our very first podcast. This is something we've always wanted to do. And we're doing it yet. When did we do this is I mean, they I mean, you know, you guys know, I know, but we officially decided to call it, shall we say together to do it at the same time. She'll be countdown or is that too much at an hour like a non okay? No, no. I mean, I'm gonna count three to one on the listening. We'll get better. Yeah. We have a new podcast now called unsolicited advice with that girl over there. Her name's Taryn. I'm I'm nodding as if they can see me when the can't that's gonna take a minute. We're gonna wanna come that. We usually film each other very true for those of you that don't know us. We've log a lot. And normally I would just like pan to the camera and then texts on would show up on the bottom and be like, that's Terron Rene. But we can't do that here. We can't we gotta like if you start to like explain what you're doing. Yeah. We in both you that for each other. Yeah. Okay. We are steering deeply. Okay. Well, unsolicited advice. So we were talking about what we should do. And we were like we both have this obsession with people, and we love telling each other stories like all the oh, my gosh this girl at work told me today, and we both get fascinated by it. And I feel like we both are the type of people that people come to us, and our like have never told anyone this. But like this is going on. What should I do? Not. I don't know. Is it something like something with our do? We look like comforting. How we look or is it like I what it is. But my entire life. I'm talking like elementary school through today. Same all my friends come with stories and situations guys on it have you ever taken like a strengths tasks 'cause I always score like super, high, and empathy me too. Okay. Maybe that's it because people can feel that we actually care. I guess so would. I would assume so because they come in. They tell us like, yeah, I'm gonna say that they unload, and I'm just like, okay. Well, that was a lot. But yeah. Try to help you through it. Yeah. I feel like I've always dealt with that. Yeah. So that's why we decided to do this. Our goal is that you guys send in stuff. And then we are gonna push our opinions about your lives and tell you what we think you should do. I mean, I don't want to brag. But I do have a minor in counseling. Okay. I usually listen to everything I say a little bit of professionalism happening here, obviously with the minor. But now usually. I've got no professional experience whatsoever. Just a lot of friends that Cy advice. I think I'm good at it. I think I'm good. I think I'm good on a lot. What you ask very good questions? Like, I'll tell you something and you'll be like, okay? But like have you thought of this? And I'm like, no, I figured it out for those of you that don't know or have not heard of it before the India Graham is like a personality test that you should tiny. You're going to talk about this is you guys don't even know..
"ashley" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Okay. Wow. Actually take away one of the takeaways. Yeah. And I think we're seeing it today, no matter and actually Spivey spoke on it. I know there's a lot of criticism out there on, you know, we've d. Sacred is the metoo movement too many people are claiming it. There's too many false accusations, and I just have a hard time believing that I just think there's a lot more victims than anybody ever realized. I think a lot of people have been affected by sexual assault, and I think it's shocking right now to the public when so many people are coming out and saying, I've been hurt, but I also think there's an important lesson there and one that Ashley Spivey and I have spoken about is the metoo movement is sacred. We have to hold it up and say, when you when you make claim carries an impact in, it carries a weight to it. Right. And so in this day and age, as we communicate with each other as we throw accusations at each other, we have to make sure that we're doing it in truth and Ashley Spivey spoke on that this she wants to be a messenger of truth. And I think one of the hardest things that for me in this was I was being compared to people that I know I don't ever want to be compared with her. I know that are not on my team and that guy scary for me. And it was also. I really dig it scary for me because I felt like there was something that was so near and dear to my heart, a topic that affected me closely. That I was now being associated with and I couldn't have a chance to control. So I think what I'm trying to say is for anybody out there, listening speak up, talk about it, share this truth, but make sure you're communicating in truth and make sure you're hearing people's stories sport. I, there's an empathy level that needs to be brought into this to listen to trust into. No. And so, yeah. I appreciate actually spy. I really do. I didn't last week. Like her too, because I think she's trying an I respect anybody that's making an effort. I think what she's experiencing as is learning as she goes on how to do that in the right way, and I, she makes missteps all the time won't remember all this is definitely a step in the right direction though. It was so different. Yeah, yeah. So different hearing her talk to you vocally not throw a computer screen. Agree. I think I completely agree. It's just a lot an honestly, it's a lot less intimidating. It's it feels a lot less uncontrollable because as we're pouting back and forth at each other on Twitter, explanations really aren't getting heard. Stories are not getting heard. I think there's a a lot of lessons to be learned here, but I was angry at Ashley last week. I mean, she was my worst enemy about a week and a half ago. And now she somebody that I'm, I'm just. I'm going to always learn from. So again, please donate to rain. I will be donating to rain. The hotline is eight hundred, six, five, six dot hope. Also..
"ashley" Discussed on Sip on This with Ashley Nicole Black
"I'm Ashley Nicole black. And this is a preview for my new advice, podcasts sip on this with Ashley Nicole black. Back in April. I tweeted that I wanted to write an advice column and editor at day magazine got in touch, and by may I had a call. Now. It's a podcast. So I'm basically Oprah and the secret Israel, how do you stay happy? I don't know. I was bullied so very bad. Really? You're sold all night. God those children tried to kill me. And I thought every day I was like well one day I won't have to go to school, and I'll be able to do whatever I want. I know. This sounds crazy. But I'm still it was just so bad that I'm just like thrilled every day don't have to wake up and go to fucking elementary school is joy, there's organizing that needs to be done. There is canvassing. There is the stuff of making political change and anger has historically been wildly catalytic for mass movements to take shape. And so and you should not just think like, oh my God. It's not doing anything. No. That is the thing that is doing something. It's just a reality that impacting into the moment that I'm doing my job to do my job. Then I go, home and. Continue parenting and do all that other stuff. So there's no real option does no opt out for any of it. Really? I bring on all sorts of smart people who I love to get advice from to amber Ruffin, Rebecca trae, Stor my boss Samantha b and a lot more, including my mom, welcome to sip on this..