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Kentucky attorney general meets with Breonna Taylor's family
"General meets with the family of Briana Taylor. Here's Haley Hanson. Attorney General Daniel Cameron met with Taylor's mother to make a Palmer Jr Palmer, Bianca Austin, the family's attorneys, as well as Louisville activists. The attorney general's office says the meeting was an opportunity for Cameron to personally express his condolences to the family. Taylor was killed by Louisville police during a raid at her home back in March. Last week, Cameron said his office was still waiting on ballistic evidence from the FBI crime lab. Haley
"bianca" Discussed on High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast
"And then drop them like a bad habit, right? By into the team and like. If you are dead set on a player playing because you like that player, and not because you think they're the best option for the team. I think I. Mean Fan for whatever reason you want but I think that's a recipe for failure. And a recipe for disappointment if you're a fan and if you're. Invested in the team at all like I don't care if ny excel completely, you know. Scores Earth policy and cut their entire team if they brought in the best team and Overwatch, league and we're the best team I'm going to be. I'm going to be fine with that now. I don't think that roster's with Houston to bring Meko back. Then, built from there. Maybe. I don't think that that's the correct choice in that case, but you get what I'm saying. Right like I. I don't think that cutting every player from NYNEX L. and building a new team is the best way to be successful, but whatever that bass way to be successful is i. want them to employ that so. Yeah there right play. Play Axel play Bianca like they are working. Keep playing them. Don't like if we never see. On the stage again. Sorry man like. You know. He's not the best option. Don't blame ever like I'm fine with that as a as a fan. But we'll see. We as shall see so death. Are you in on the NYNEX L. Train. Can they beat? The former champions Shanghai dragons. Absolutely. Can I think Bianca was? The the right answer to my question. I. Would have been you know pop off Ganji, player and that's in that scenario as well in that match. I really have not been to bag on the hot portraying, but he's like made. He's he's been so hit or miss so hot and cold that it's hard to like pointed him when there's all those examples of good plays, even when there's all those examples of. The mistakes and it's a little bit like the highway or act I tried with my Phillie Youtube video at the writing of the and. Trying to show how you can be much improved, but you're still you know got problems and all these things. And just happened never quite seemed to click with team It'll be curious to see what we do. Presumably, they're going back to sigma We've really seen much of that from Bianca I think it was mostly Zara for them. this weekend, so yeah. I don't know I. I'M NOT GONNA predicted. I'm going to three two to Shanghai but You know we talked last week. There's one or two ways you can come out of that loss to to Changdu and it could have been at Chengdu was just good, and it wasn't a problem and you know. But. They were the team that never lost those games where you. You expected them to win so they needed that get week, and it was the wrong opponent to have it, but. When it is the wrong opponent for your get right week and you get right anyways. Doesn't their confidence just go right art? And also Chengdu starting to look pretty real lake. Absolutely. Yeah, that's all part of it right that it wasn't necessarily a massive failure. It was oh. oops..
"bianca" Discussed on High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast
"If ever I don't know if we've ever given the coin this much action. I was GONNA say that we've disagreed this much. unpicks and a longtime a very long time I'm pumped about that. Though because I was vocal last week about not liking the schedule so going through where only one more game rowe I feel. How many of them do I think are close? I'm pumped. We deserve this week. Yeah, we've had so many four or not for overwatch anymore overwatch. and. Lately so it's nice to see some at least contested picks. But we move on here. Ny Xl versus Shanghai Dragons and I I'm getting the coin ready already because you know my pick I'm obviously NY excels back. You mean five. Oh? Shanghai's trash. We briefly talked about this and the pre show, but I I think we should spend him in and on it now here. Why is New York back? What? What was different I mean? There's two notable things that were different, right? There was hacksaw playing, and there was bianca playing Who Do you think had the bigger impact for this team Who Do you think needs to stay in for for this match up here? The answer's Yes. Both of them like I I want. As much as you know. I love the players for Ny Excel in the PA- the previous throw get the old team mentality out. Get it out if that means. Playing the new players, not playing. Not playing the the old guard like I'm fine with it like you know love, sbb love liberal of all those but. If, they're not working. Play the best players I don't care. They had their time in the sun. Be You like Liberal, but you love winning as well. Yeah, winning is what like an anyone who isn't any fan. That's not like that I think is. Has it backwards a little bit because guess what? Those regardless of how much you love those players. They're not gonna be around forever leg. Don't put all of your faith into the player. Like not only are they going to retire? But you've got filthy traders like Meko who are going to get traded away or leave, or or or whatever like? We've we've been talking about this death. Not even this is way before over Washington. I remember talking about this. When we had many ANA call on like what was that like three years ago or something? I don't even remember it was. It was like four houses ago for me. Where we where we had him on and we're talking about. Are Like in East sports in general are we going to be able to people to buy into the teams? Not just the players right because it's like I was a fan. I don't I liked rogue because of that, and then when he he got traded I was like Oh. Gosh, I'm kind of still a rogue fan, but I'm upset about it..
Board Recommends Parole for Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten
"Has recommended parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Hatton, who has spent nearly five decades in prison. The recommendation was made Thursday, but Governor Newsome could decide to deny it. Newsome block to release once before than his predecessor, Jerry Brown, blocked it twice. Manhattan is serving Ah life sentence for helping Charles Manson. Others kill Los Angeles grocer Lino LaBianca and his wife, Rosemary in 1969 that Helen was 19 when she and other members of the Manson family stabbed the La Bianca is to death and smear the couple's blood on the walls, writing words like helter skelter and death to pigs. An
Why San Francisco's Fillmore District Is No Longer the 'Harlem of the West'
"So we're delving into how a small neighborhood in San. Francisco became an epicenter for Jazz reporter. Bianca Taylor brings us the story. Like so much of San Francisco history, story of the fillmore can be traced back to the day. The city shook. After the earthquake pretty much, all of San Francisco relocated to the fillmore, simply because it was the closest place to downtown that survived relatively intact, the earthquake and subsequent fire Elizabeth Pepin Silva is a filmmaker and Co author of the Book Harlem of the West She grew up in San Francisco. When she was a teenager, she got a job working for music promoter Bill Graham at the Fillmore Auditorium. It's how she first started digging into the history of the neighborhood. Once downtown was rebuilt. The local fillmore neighborhoods merchants, association. Trying to figure out a way to keep people coming back to the neighborhood. It was decided that the film would be San. Francisco's entertainment center in one thousand nine, an amusement park called the fillmore shoots was built complete with a wooden roller coaster and ferris wheel and three years later the fillmore auditorium. Beer halls it was. It was really fun exciting place. It was place to go at fun. But it was mainly for white people. Yes San! Francisco was segregated. But in the fillmore, little bit different. The earthquake had damaged a lot of neighborhoods where people of color were allowed to live in the city, but the surviving fillmore district had. Real estate in a history of accepting immigrants so through the early nineteen hundreds up until the nineteen forties. You had Filipinos Mexicans African Americans. Russians Japanese Americans and Jewish people living next door to one another, and it was really became known as one of the most integrated neighborhoods west of the Mississippi. On December. Seventh Nineteen, forty one Japan like it's infamous access partners struck first and declared war afterwards. Then Pearl Harbor was bombed, and the country changed completely. Japanese Americans are forced into a concentration camps in and. Left this huge hole in the fillmore district. At the same time there was a push to recruit Americans from the Midwest to work the shipyards in San Francisco and Richmond than they were given a free train ticket and promised the job and they're like. Come on out, we need you. African Americans arriving in San Francisco moved into empty apartments. The Japanese Americans had been forced out of and between nineteen forty and nineteen fifty. The black population of San Francisco grew tenfold by Nineteen forty-five, some thirty thousand African Americans were living in the city with this surge in population, came in explosion in the fillmore of black owned businesses, nightclubs, restaurants, and bars like. Star I hung out about cities. Like Jackson, southern for Blue Mirror. Did Not more than hotel. And you can go out on Friday night and not come home till Sunday night, because there is so much to do, and so that's how the fillmore became Harlem of the West.
Top Chef Champ Kristen Kish Makes It Personal
"Now here's my conversation with Kristen. Kish it's so good to talk to you. Likewise I feel like we're we're so close yet so far from each other how we are so close. I just walked across the bridge for the first time during this whole crisis than I've seen your Brooklyn Bridge photos. Thanks to instagram. We can certainly do Brooklyn Bridge. Meet up obviously. Our mutual friend stacy her and I have met up multiple times in the middle of the bridge to hand off for they treats than just to say hello and Cheers a half. A glass arose. May before we went back to our sides of the bridge which was pretty awesome. You did that on top of the on the bridge yeah. Her birthday was recently last week or Memorial Day whenever that day was Two days ago basically a month ago. Yes we she requested a week ago. She texted me inches. Like cinnamon rolls and Bianca's chocolate cake. That's what I want for my birth founded sure so we made it happen and we brought a little bottle of Rosa Little Mason Jars. Had A little toast on a bridge in handed off birthday treats of. That's really sweet. Tell us who Bianca is why her chocolate cake is so special. So Bianca is my fiance. We were engaged in September. We've been together for awhile now. So if you if you've known what I've eaten for any of my life it hasn't always been the healthiest. It's certainly been kind of Brown crispy fried in the general direction of my Diet and so upon meeting her and kind of understanding what it actually meant to take care of my INSCI- She got me hooked on this whole healthy baking and trying to figure out new ways of making these cakes I love and so her chocolate cake is grain free gluten free dairy free refined sugar free. Sounds like there's nothing good left in it but I swear to God it is. It is so good. It's like the Fudgy Omen Brownie. It's absolutely delicious. And she made it once for Stacey who then requested the cake many times since. Then we're talking about Stacy London who some of you know from what not to wear from TV and stacy's million other things not just that. So does the most important question does this amazing chocolate cake. Frosting okay so I will say it the first round and trial batch it absolutely. Did it had like this vegan refined sugar using like powdered monk? Fruit jitter whatever which is genius thing and it did. And then we started we. We did it once and we layered. It was all supposed to be layered and then we realized we didn't really like. It became too sweet so we just took that out and now. It's kind of like a Brownie celebration. Which I feel like is one. It's one less step that we don't have to do and she freezes really well so we put them in little We wrap them. We put them in the freezer in any time we wanted. We put take it out. Put it in the microwave for thirty seconds. And it's it's perfect all right. Will you know you have to share this recipe now on instagram? Anything about the cake is that every time that I've gone to make it or even lended a hander. Quite frankly just looked at it. I have screwed it up somehow because I don't know how to follow recipes and so I always get yelled at on so I don't ever make it anymore but I get from. Can it be a birthday cake without frosting? Yes absolutely I think. I gave her cinnamon rolls those that have frosting but we weren't. We didn't have the cake but we have the frosting and then we have the chocolate cake but no frosting so I feel like the combination of a long work out perfectly.
Tian Dayton, MA, PhD, T.E.P. Adult Children of Alcoholics, Psychodrama, Soulful Journey of Recovery
"I'm your host Terry while Brock and very much looking forward to my conversation today with Tian Dayton and I'm going to read all of this amazing stuff that I told her before. We hit record earlier that I could get lost on her website for months because there is just so much amazing stuff there so I'll be sure on the video to put the Her website and so you can access it. And then we'll talk about it on audio when we when we get in so psychologist author of fifteen books psycho dramatist blogger senior fellow at the meadows and so much more so welcome to day. I I I know your most recent book and I'm going to read that title as well. Has it been released or is it about to be released? Iginla FALL LATE FALL. Okay so late fall. So it's the soul journey of recovery a guide to healing from a traumatic past for adult children about golics codependence or those with adverse childhood experiences in. Yes Powerful book. I'm sure I can't wait to get my hands on him. It's going to go to. It's sort of an if you were headed. Gorey's you know this is what happened to you and also this is how how to get out of it. It's not just as what happened to you. It's this is why this is how to mind and gifts in. This is how to turn the tide. This is how to change things through them around then on the website. I have A TAB that says soulful journey in their guided imagery there are certain things you can do in the bull on the website and they're also a lot of film that I've done over the years and some of them are You know about specifically being an adult child or certainly. All of them are children. Read Bruce Childhood experiences that sort of thing. Yeah beautiful while I know I think we connected through ACIS connection and which is a great wonderful resource. The thirty thousand strong now but adverse childhood experiences are just exploding onto the mental health seen to have a resource this that addresses. Not just what happened but a guide for now? What will you know I think I put this on the website too if you take that one. Great way baking at that. Nadine Burke uses is taken together with the resilient inventory for example. I have a very high a score but I have a perfect resilience score. So that's number one. Is that understand way? Strengths have been through this and the other I would say is You know figure out. How did newspaper round? There is Dr Vincent Feleti who was running a weight. Loss program is nude is nude to your viewers. Is this useful? We've talked about it in bits and pieces so certainly yes. Talk about it again. He had a weight loss program and he was very successful in helping people lose way but then they would drop out of the program and he started review. He kept mind which is key and he started to interview people and realize that to a person They had experienced sexual abuse and child. Spouted dressing childhood trauma. The the waitress came right back on people experienced it. A safety your. They were eating their feelings. Or whatever why ever that happened and then Robbie ended Dr robbed ended the CDC met. I think they mended inner. Started talking about that and rob recognized that. This should be a big long-term study and they so they created what they called. East questionnaires what are your experiences It could be where you live. Harvey Social Influences Family Divorce Illness. All of this thing and alcohol's living with parental alcoholism up over and over and over again is a primary ause of a High. A score in this came as a complete surprise to them. They weren't looking for it but it's not for matic. It is Bianca era. Yes well I to score a high a score including growing up in a home with an alcoholic parents. And but my resilient score. I remember people asking me. How did you live through all that Terry and I for so long I would say I don't know like I don't know and then once once I came across the ACIS questionnaire and then the resilience questionnaire as well and I advise people if you're going to look erastus or make sure you look at your resilience or as well And my grandma. Kitty was a very powerful presence in my life and Made me feel loved and safe in worthy and valued and She you know I credit her with so much of what I was able to make it through and come out on the other side Research bears that out. Yeah the one bonded relationship and generally within the family system most often the GRANDPAR- yeah. Let's go and teachers. I think teachers huge impact. Yeah sure on a grandparent at work to do grandparents have worked to. We're not you know I'm a grandparent. Internet finished yeah. Yeah well and you know and it was so simple with my grandma because it wasn't anything spectacular that she did because she had had a rough life Eight kids in poverty and You know so much more but she just loved me. I mean it sounds so simple. But she loved me and she didn't yell at me and she didn't hit me and she did those things that were happening in my life from the violence to the alcoholism to You know being sexually molested stings happening that she was unaware of but she was just this gentle presence as I call it in that really life altering yes for sure. All right What are the things? I noticed him. Just have crazy random notes. All over my papers. I love your coloring books with affirmations. Little left turn. Oh my gosh. I am such a huge adult coloring book fan when I fly having anxiety flying in so I will bring my coloring books with me with my Gel pens and these last couple of flights that I've taken I've had no issues at all because I just lose interest so thanks unto make I just had a break in the project and I I might grandchildren. Were born so coloring books. Sink to fund it and I loved doing them and I love affirmations. I've done affirmations book all on my adult life so I wanted to combine them for finance. I think they'd be good at treatment. Centers see the thing that really sold me on them is what they do socially for people for example treatment. Centers have a lot of downtime. Right groups have downtime. And if you sit around and color together you are interacting. You're you're building social skills snow. I think treatment centers of should never be without a stack of coloring books and a lot of colors. Because you are busy. You're but you you are learning new social skills in the most easy relaxed way and it's funny silly and it's creative so it gets the right side of your brain kind of flowing which is probably what happens for you when you fly so that the I do know wh what happens when you fly. It's curious why do these work so well? I wonder
Voice Technology in Healthcare Book Launch
"The book first of all is divided into four main sections. I should also mention if you want to get access to the book or get more about it. You can always go to voice. I health dot com slash book. And there I've got lots of about it. That's also where you'll be able to access Links to order the book if you decide to do so and so on so again we have designed the book to really be made up of four main sections and in doing so we wanted to think about the different main areas that would make sense really to have this type of format and section one is made up of four different chapters It is an introduction to voice technology so these chapters really form the fundamental the basis for some underlying key concepts that really are relevant to the rest of the book and so yes these introduce some of the key concepts of voice technology in healthcare. Now if we dive into that section. I can tell you a little bit about the chapters and the people that are contributing in these chapters. The first chapter. I'm I'm very honored to say was written by myself. And it really looks at an overview of voice. Why is voice such an important Concept now when it comes to healthcare technology why I feel this is going to completely transform healthcare. Why believe that voice is actually the next operating system the video s and get into different types of communication and then I lay the groundwork for different use cases which of course are explored in more detail throughout the rest of the book the second chapter is by Atlanta ear. You may have heard her speak if you've gone to the voice of Healthcare Summit over the past couple of years. She was a keynote speaker there a few years ago and she is truly one of the World foremost experts on design voice. User interface design. And how it applies to healthcare and we put this early in the book because we really wanted to keep this in mind for all the readers when they are looking at some ideas and how best to design voice applications because the user interface design is so critical and so Atlanta's chapter is here at the The outside of the book as well the next chapter which we feel also is critical to designing good a voice experience. Healthcare is one by Audrey are beanie. She is the CEO and founder of audio brain and her chapter is entitled the Science Behind. Sonic branding how audio can create better patient caregiver and healthcare provider outcomes. And I'm really pleased to actually have a clip from you're you're just describing a little bit about her chapter so here is Audrey are beanie. Hi I'm Maury are beanie. I'm the founder. Ceo and executive producer of audio brain. And I'm honored to be a chapter contributed to voice technology and healthcare. This is an amazing book for anybody. Who's interested in health and wellness from every aspect? I specialize in sonic branding at my firm audio brain and one of our passions is and we advocate for the use of music and sound to promote health and wellbeing in this chapter. I discussed my twenty five years of experience in working in the healthcare industry. We talk about how the brain processes music and Sadam why. It's the perfect tool for communicating and helping to heal and promote wellness with new technologies emerging. Sound is even more important than it ever was and really has a strong influence on patient outcomes. I discussed some of the projects that we've worked on and the history of the industry and where it's headed in the future. I hope you enjoy the chapter and hope you enjoy all the other amazing authors that are in this book please go out and purchase voice technology in healthcare and you can find it at voice. I health dot com photos slash book. Thank you so much. We look forward to seeing you at hymns and the release of the book on March tenth. Thank you very much to audrey for those comments fantastic The next chapter is a really critical one as well that we thought fit really well at the outset of the book. And that of course is when we talk about voice. We also need to talk about privacy insecurity and so in this case we have nature lore From orbiter who wrote a chapter called secure voice in it is It's a great one It's all I can say. Really really critical information there. The second part of the book is another seven chapters and this is looking at voice technology and the patient experience and so here we have quite a few authors that have had experience with creating these voice applications and how seeing how it impacts patients some of these chapters include chapter five automated virtual caregiving using voice for services proactive personalized holistic. Twenty four seven and affordable. This is by Stuart Patterson from lifeblood then we have a really interesting chapter by Dave Kemp on voice and wearables and that and how that's going to affect the the Patient then we have another fascinating chapter by Rupa Patel. This is on synthetic voices for healthcare applications. Rupel is doing some amazing work looking at how you can create voices for for brands but also in the medical field. How can you create a voice for somebody that may be losing their voice? It's really really powerful. The next two chapters are edited versions of podcasts interviews. That took place here on this podcast voice I health we wanted to incorporate some of these interviews into the book as well touring to bring a real personal aspect to the To the narratives that you are reading and so as I said we have two chapters here coming up next Chapter Eight is voice. I health interview a diabetes. Care plans with an wiler. She actually won an award for her diabetes Alexa Skill and then chapter nine is entitled Voice I health interview Alexis skills for pediatrics. And we have Devon Nadar Speaking about some of her experiences with creating some skills specifically for pedes then we have a very interesting chapter by Robin Christoffersen. And it's called the rapid rise of voice technology and it's awesome power to empower. This is all about accessibility and Wonderful wonderful addition. And I do have a short clip here from Robin. Speaking about his chapter. So here is a Robin Christoffersen. My name is Robyn Christopherson. I'm head of digital inclusion at UK technology and disability charity ability net. I wrote chapter about how the Echo and voice first technologies more. Broadly represent a fantastic opportunity for people with disabilities. I've been lucky enough to be working in this area of technology and disability for the last twenty five years and health is incredibly important so read the chapter and learn about how voice first technologies are being used in so many different ways to help people live more productive healthier happier. Mo fulfilling lies. That's wonderful. And I love those comments from Robin so you can get a little taste of what that chapter is all about The next chapter is chapter eleven. And it's entitled an overview of Voice Technology and healthcare and is really by a team of authors from a Macadamia Technologies And they have been real leaders in the voice for space as well. So it's a it's wonderful to have them part of the book. The third section is next and this third section is called voice technology and the provider experience. Now go from you're describing. What the patient will experience were is experiencing with voice technology. And now we tackle what be provider is experience is experiencing and the first chapter is chapter twelve in this section and it's Mayo Clinic. Patient centered innovation driven. And this is written by a team at Mayo Clinic including a Doctor San Pruthi. Who's one of the cover authors of the book so Again a very very well written and excellent chapter chapter thirteen we get to another a voice L. Interview Voice Technology for behavioral changes. And in this chapter I speak with Dr Mattson Boesky. Who was on the PODCAST? Awhile back and he talks about his experiences about how we can use voice technology to really influence positive behavioral changes and hopefully this results in positive health outcomes. Now the next chapter chapter fourteen is called the laws of voice. This is critical to us in the healthcare. Space looking at implementing. Voice Technologies because. This is such an early early industry when it comes to voice technology healthcare that there are a lot of questions right now and we have to lawyers heather dealer and Bianca Phillips who we are very fortunate to have as a contributor to the book who outlined some of the questions. Some of the concerns in this regard and Bianca has Been Gracious enough to provide us with a clip for her as well alenquer chapter so here is Bianca Phillips Phillips I'm a lawyer with research expertise in medical law and digital helpful and they coordinate at Elektra of legal process methods and institutions in the. Jd Program will try blow school. I'm one of the contributing authors alongside co off a headache SLA. Us Attorney specializing in digital at life. And then what happens? The title of our chapter is the laws of voice as we enter this new frontier of waste best health lawyers and lawmakers will seek your expertise on the role of voice technologies in society in order to cheat. They understand the legal environment and the laws of voice. Now chapter rate is presented with nine hypothetical scenarios. We've uses a voice. Technologies in pre and post operative cat pediatrics genetic testing into health impediment health tracking. We then discuss some of the lake will considerations and legal contracts relevant to h scenario the chapter then tends to you by asking a range of questions and presenting. The guide called the eight pillows. We get you thinking about what below should be. And you'll role in shaping the future of law and society. So that's wonderful as you can as you heard. It's an extremely important chapter in this Early Industry when it comes to voice
The Voice First Games with Jeferson Valadares of Doppio Games
"The other thing that makes me and Chris. which is the CO founder? Like Chris Barnes excited about tractive stories of the buyer and I'm and different things but we So we we got really excited about him Somebody mentioned it to me like as a possibility in the beginning of dismissed it but the next playing with like actually no. There's something years like voices. Human Metro thing to teach really people like people. Don't hope say things. Obviously the advice doesn't always reply the right way but I think if there's a potential here to do something like very metros I kind of reminds the evoque this beginning of mobile beginning of facebook games like Nfl You can do start telling here obviously when you say something when the wind goes through your pipes it means a little bit more than if you just type it or something like the weird cultural thing such I felt there was like a combination of both good business opportunity because his vice a CR- growing like crazy and and I know they cheap so you know the are where you need like a you know. Whatever expensive headsets tried out like the zoo and so keep to get the right? That's right and so they're very. That's one reason why they're exploding on the but also this idea that you know voice entertainment. It's kind of new. There hasn't been a lot done in that area because the tech wasn't good enough so I think there's some creative. Yeah it's true like nobody knows what best game is like. It goes like we. We have been very little so I felt like it was both like a good business opportunity but also good creative opportunity pretending so. That's kind of why we start. The company said okay. Let's go folks on that So the first game gortex which I like it was actually on Alexa? Release Tober UH twenty eighteen. We we did just increase like we kind of paid ourselves. We hired contractors. And you know the game name Just to just to see for ourselves. What the market was like his is actually a fan? You know how it is bound on like how. How do we get people to find? Find the game like how how. How does the whole thing work right? So we visit game Yeah like pretty good reception Fourche for reviews with on average with you know like a thousands of reviews they. It's reasonably popular game platform. So we're Kinda happy with that and then we decided to go all in and then we got some. Investors Awesome actually raised the Round last year at both Kgo participated around and Yes so based on that we took the money grew the team. So now we're ten people. Well is facing Portugal. Well yes I guess that when it once company company sumptious with kind expensive. I mean it's great if you were you know facebook Google apple but if you're like a small guy trying something new that you don't know who's going to work it's Kinda Kinda risky mortgage costs and health insurance costs and like everything's expensive lease for the office or you know everything is way more expensive right. Yes I think We looked at a bunch of different places in Europe. ended up in Portugal. I think there's a mix of It's not the most like gaming and like the bees gaming hub in Europe. Opposite like London and Stockholm Helsinki Berlin Barcelona displaced more developing games. But nobody knows what they're doing. Voice Games right so they can go go out in London. Hire ten voice specialists because they don't really exist so I felt like the talent pool. Here's pretty good than I speak English. I mentioned from just local language can go to the office and have less less of a harder time than the other foreigners as I felt like it was a good approach and yeah so we did that last year. We're going to start a company and that the funding and Yeah now are we good. A team released a second game last year in walk up to go in October and skull. The three percent challenge those any partnership at flicks. It's based on an athlete's Shoko two percent. I've watched it always didn't go yet. Yeah so we kind of how it happened like through a friend come on I met Bianca. which is the lead actress and She was really excited about doing something gain in. And I'm like wow enough to present this actually pre because it's salad tests and challenges. We gotta go when and now the other thing we wanted was to get a game that allows us to do some sort of multiplayer competition Two percent kind of fits dead dead and also we wanted to do tests differ mechanics because our first game was more like a traditional attractive starring. We want it's gotTa test different things on the second on a we. We felt like he would also fit those. Their ability to make different types of challenge. Steady could play Such different types of mechanics if they're gonNA work so we have seen different type hiking games inside on top of having that interactive story that he'd talk and get an answer a new kind of choose. What what you want at Cetera or to gain seines pains accordingly? We also have these kind of multiplayer role where you you play this new challenges and again a score. There's a weekly did aboard Yes it it does kind of things wanted to push with. It's great that's great. Wow you've done a lot and these games are pretty cool. I've played around with both of them and I think they're really
Vanessa Bryant: 'We are completely devastated'
"Others but as a bride writes on Instagram we are completely devastated by the sudden loss of my adoring husband Colby the amazing father of our children and my beautiful suite G. R. a loving thoughtful and wonderful daughter and amazing sister to Natalia Bianca and Capri we are also devastated for the families who lost their loved ones on Sunday and we share in their grief intimately Vanessa Bryant also announced a fund to help the other families to donate go to mambo on three dot
Vanessa Bryant: 'We are completely devastated'
"The wife of Kobe Bryant is speaking out publicly for the first time since Sunday's tragic helicopter crash but as a Bryan has released her first public statement since the helicopter crash that killed her husband Kobe Bryant thirteen year old daughter G. ana and seven others but as a bride writes on Instagram we are completely devastated by the sudden loss of my adoring husband Colby the amazing father of our children and my beautiful suite G. R. a loving thoughtful and wonderful daughter and amazing sister to Natalia Bianca and Capri we are also devastated for the families who lost their loved ones on Sunday and we share in their grief intimately Vanessa Bryant also announced the formation of a fund to help the other families affected by the
Vanessa Bryant: 'We are completely devastated'
"Meantime for the first time since the tragic crash that killed her husband and daughter we're hearing from Kobe Bryant's wife Vanessa Bryant has released her first public statement since the helicopter crash that killed her husband Kobe Bryant thirteen year old daughter G. ana and seven others but as a bride writes on Instagram we are completely devastated by the sudden loss of my adoring husband Colby the amazing father of our children and my beautiful suite G. R. a loving thoughtful and wonderful daughter and amazing sister to Natalia Bianca and Capri we are also devastated for the families who lost their loved ones on Sunday and we share in their grief intimately Vanessa Bryant also announced the formation of a fund to help the other families affected by the crash hi my cross
Vanessa Bryant speaks: 'We are completely devastated'
"Vanessa Bryant has released her first public statement since the helicopter crash that killed her husband Kobe Bryant thirteen year old daughter G. ana and seven others but as a bride writes on Instagram we are completely devastated by the sudden loss of my adoring husband Colby the amazing father of our children and my beautiful suite G. R. a loving thoughtful and wonderful daughter and amazing sister to Natalia Bianca and Capri we are also devastated for the families who lost their loved ones on Sunday and we share in their grief intimately Vanessa Bryant also announced the formation of a fund to help the other families affected by the crash hi my cross yeah
Orasis Developing Eye Drops as Alternative to Reading Glasses
"A lot. Thanks for joining joining us. Sure thank you to speak with you. We're GONNA talk about presby apnea. Why many of us need reading glasses? When we age in your efforts to to develop a corrective I dropped to treat the condition? Let spart presby what is it. How does it manifest itself? How does it progress? Okay sure so presby. Opium is an age related phenomena and basically the the loss of ability to focus on near objects so and and resulting in the loss of ability to date today that that that are associated as we you know reading from near for example reading the screen on your smartphone reading and menu in the restaurant etc and it happened you to them graduates declining in the elasticity of the Lens. I am So he can natural aging process usually starts roughly at the age of forty five. Sometimes even it'd be earlier ends. It's progressives with years so you know you start with a Houdini your smartphone at And as far as possible you move into a increasing the font of the screen and eventually inevitable to us and some devices I says or any other to you improve your vision and the most common one so far has been reading that but there are many other I am a turn now be developed and and I want them One more thing which is important to to mention about press bulimia. It's almost inevitable and eight out of every ten people exceeding the age of forty five. We'd eventually have press the opium real and global phenomena you have almost two billion people with press bianca worldwide and About one hundred and twenty million people in the US and the numbers continue to increase significantly Quite a big phenomena. You're developing -veloping and I dropped to treat the condition this CSF one what is the one and how does it work. Okay so indeed the the product that we have developed its pharmaceutical eyedrops eye drops currently codename. CSS One and and basically the way we walk org we walk through a what is called the pinhole thing I would drown create. What is called a pupil dilation so we constrict the pupil but to a very limited amount because if you constrict your pupil too much it may may create a negative nominal so the pupil constriction that we were able to achieve creates what is called the being held effect which increases the depth of field? And this is what eventually improve the New Vision. So that's actually a very common an and concept in optics of the monarchy but really the the patient as we have or `this you firstly. We're able to find that sweet spot that reaches the right amount of pupil manipulation which enables a superior improvement of your New Vision without any compromise on on other elements and his vision ninety Asian or visual field. That's maybe because by am too much of a pupil constriction so that is one major airman in our innovation and that one us that we have a combination of existing and well-studied good morning causing are dragging a product that enabled. Not only eventually when you look at the whole package you see not only superior new movies really improvement but it also comes with several other important elements such as very fast onset of action long duration ration- of action is very comfortable feeling when you are reinstated droves and finally very safe and told her world product product these eventually quality of life product and safety. NFC Safety and twitter ability are always important and especially when you refer to quality of life so that was achieved through using existing in west studied more nichols but moreover using. I'm very very low concentration. So basically inaction the Aura seasons if one
"bianca" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"I we don't know if we need to talk about this but I just saw this last night. That laney gossip wrote a thing about how she seems to suspect. That channing tatum. Jessie going to get back together. which I just like knowing we love that leg laney okay? We're I'm really for them to it's because they're like not quite co co-parenting because that kid has ever not Jesse's but it's like they have she has hung out with the kids since or something I would say that I spent time together in the context of the kid. I did say that. I suspected that judge channing and his ex and on what's her face we'll Genevan the two one half to fig are still figuring out I think there was like kind of like drama about custody stuff that got a lot and I think once they figure that out I think it was I I kind of see this. Yeah I mean Laney's point that like they. They met and had a relationship in the middle. All of this custody battle so overly probably got pretty close to Jesse so you can't just cut her out of her life which makes a ton of sense so it's like love. Jessie J. Yeah no that rain lash light again and Jessie J's happy to she's a clown they love her. You want me to sing you assault of mine too you again. Yes I know literally it's like it's like the Chinese reality show all over again. No I think I right by her. Favorite vans this Chinese audiences and six year old girls. It was the least surprising thing into me. Okay sure I would love for them to get back together. A source tells C.. There was nothing dramatic that went down and end added that the former couple remain good friends. Amber herd has a new girlfriend and she is very important turn Bianca booty amber herd is probably we are number one. Best aside from Bella Thorne. She's our most chaotic bisexual. Australia's in chaotic bisexual aside from Bella. Thorne amber herd is our best famous chaotic bisexual. That we have yes because her she's chaotic. Because I think you just mean. She's the most unpredictable person. Is it going to be an an going to be a woman. Is it going to be a queer person. Is it going to be a famous person. Is it going to be a non famous person. She is the most unpredictable bisexual. Feels like a person who is so. I'm more mean like she seems like everyone. Everyone is attracted to her. She falls person who walks into a room. And everyone's like oh we're like amber heard and then just like is a magnet. She seems like a magnet to me and so I would say I bet she's pretty. I bet people I bet a lot of people really really do not like this woman but to the people but to the people that do. It's like catnip. Her energy is just very chaos us to me in a way that feels like people love it you know how and regarding the actual people she dates. I what I guess I was trying to say was that I would be asked surprised by amber herd showing up tomorrow suddenly after this Bianca booty like oh I broke up the marriage marriage of Chris Pratt and Catherine Thwarts nigger and. I'm dating Chris Pratt as I would. If she revealed that she was just dating a woman she met on the plane. Maim like betsy. You know like right noth- nothing she could possibly do with regards to a relationship would surprise me like I feel like she falls in love with everyone she meets. That's that's more what I meant. It's not like a slutty thing. It's Joe Warlike. It's a it's like the rule of attraction it's like she has it you know the secret is a magnet. She read the secret and it worked for her better than it's ever worked for anyone she's a magnet. I'm looking for this headline that one of the early headlines of this woman and amber heard 'cause it Bianca booty only a week ago. She was seen kissing this woman And the Daily Mail was like she's kissing a woman who is revealed that it was this woman and said amber herds new lovers reveal the seven days ago actresses pictured kissing female cinematographer for Bianca. Boutique thirty eight. Who's battling breast cancer as they leave Palm Springs hotel after disastrous marriage to Johnny Depp and off and on romance with Elon? Musk so in case that makes no sense younger. Booties the one who has breast cancer. She had breast cancer was in remission and then it came back and now she's fighting it again right at it. An amber heard is the one who had a disastrous marriage to Johnny Depp and an off and on romance with Elon. Musk but they are off. Obviously they're off implies there are still kind of maybe on on but they're off then the story are and she's wearing a boot she's got her she's wearing a boot she's having a booty booty and the booty and headlines about this amber heard. I mean this is Matt's to para so so he knows what he's doing here. Amber herd is De de stigmatizing. The soft medical boot in courageous new instagram pictures. She's kissing the Budi. She's wearing the booty. Yes Budi boot and now you have this. They went to the and the women's Day march together. Of course they did Still wearing the boot the booty she has been wearing the Budi for for like a month at this point so she's been she's been dating the booty and wearing the Budi for about a month yeah That's a wow crab. She posted so many photos of herself posing housing with the boot. And it's actually very very funny She knew the boot was funny. She knew it was funny and she posted good photos of the booth. They're pretty funny. I can't can't figure out what happened to her foot. She never explained it but She still wearing it. She's walking around with it. She's is posing with it. She's getting near the water. Not In it with it Bianca booty. She's reading the fire is upon us on the beach with the boot. She knows the boot is people are like. Oh that boot. And she's like making it a thing. She's missing step but Yeah she's a cinematographer. I didn't recognize any of the movies that she's worked on but she works in a lot of indie movies. When and how did they were they? Were they working on something together. I know there's some none of their credits are are combined are joined But you know interesting there. It's like you said the law of attraction. They just will themselves to meet each other. I think amber heard it. Just think she has wild energy. That's my that's my take on the house Miami sending Nuke Nuke or ten you. Oh you I keep via Miami. VC.
"bianca" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Hey listen to. It's the key then the girl show welcome to Keith. And the girl on Keith Malley. I'm Hamda well Mary Christmas. What can can I tell you a happy birthday to me? It's very exciting. This is Kinda the book reports this is so your dad wrote two books that you never read couldn't couldn't if your father writes a book a loved one a while relative rates a book. It's in it's in your blood. You feel like you have to read it. I couldn't get past page two or three. Perhaps they're listening. You've seen the couple pages we put online. They're unreadable and that's that's shocking because English is his first first language yes so it's not and he has a good grasp of the English language. I don't know if he constantly Google the source right by him but he loves to be lavish dish with his words. Yes so you would think like even though it's not on the top it's on the topic of Jesus and Christianity and everything. That's not necessarily what you want to read but you would think a book could be readable especially if it's from your immediate family. I couldn't believe we have our weekly wrap up show last week. Keith and the girl Bianca Brady hosts it does a fantastic job job. Somehow it came up Bianca's like you know what I read this book. We challenge Tom a good student. I'm a hard worker. I'm this I'm that I I bet you can do it. And Andrew in the room Andrew Allen pops on and goes you know what how read the other book in We said You guys are both GonNa fail. We don't believe anybody could read this book. Well they read the books. The books are the Christmas Fire Star the exciting thirty-five year adventures of the three wise men Bianca Brady will cover that for us in a moment and is that. Is that the fiction. One or the real fictional more fictional but based on real events. It's history it's possible and breaking breaking the True Code Daniel Nine the God prophecy which is very much nonfiction. It's he says it's a hundred percent true and will change change anyone's life life who read it engineers my life. I totally had empathy for Keith. After this anybody with a decent brain will understand without a shadow adult doubt there is a God. Jesus is the son of God. No more questions after this book. Maybe we couldn't read it because of our feeble minds. That is very possible Ospel by the way speaking of this book. So we put some of these pages from the books on Keith. CURLE DOT COM my friend. Adam Brown went to the big fat clown under a down. You don't known no known for many years like twenty years. Now you know very close buddy. He called in. Were guys you guys when we hang out. We're facing forward not each other you know. What did you talk about a guy I don't know but it's good died like well? I didn't think so anyway He calls. We don't really have feelings as well. I mean he calls me to go. You know what I thought like. Your Dad was some kind of character and I knew for over two decades. He's crazy. I'm sorry I'm like Oh it's it's okay. No no no no no. I had no idea that there's no exaggeration with your between my autobiography. The great American novel. And what I've said on the show and reading these books and reading my Dad's emails to my ex wife he goes. I'm sorry it took me so long. It was a reverse goodwill hunting where he had to keep saying. I'm sorry it and I'm like it's okay. Don't worry about it but honestly it felt very good. I felt the same way like when I first met you. You did you did your your father's voice. Your your feeble mind couldn't even begin to understand and I'm like Aki growth like an idiot and I'm thinking like we all did we all have this really weird story where we were taking care of but somehow in the back end you know tortured in some weird way but we can complain about it because it was always food on the table or whatever so I thought this was I met them. Your mom is lovely. Your Dad is Kooky and unreasonable in his topic of conversation. Maybe but you kinda like. He's old he's always been old. I don't know but as we uncover it again like you read you a great American novel Your Autobiography We talk about it on the show but when we started to uncover when you started catfish catfish and your dad to get quote real information when we learned what a consistent liar he is about basic information this is like doom children of the corn. I know of. I don't even remember it but just when I hear the words children of the Corn Right I. I liked shudder. Your children of the corn. Now yeah well Schuyler is one of these people that found the one of my dad's books it was The second one Daniel nine breaking the code. He found it online when some suddenly they're like one hundred dollars somewhere found that in his basement and threw it up there and he picked up and he says I'm the Guy who bought a copy of Daniel Nine the God prophecy about three pages in just kind of blacked out. When I finally came to a few hours later I was in my attic? Surrounded surrounded by pages of paper and spirals strange symbols. Be Careful Andrea. It is not to be taken lightly you know the irony is that I mean this was done years years ago. This is a hard copy books that he spent. You know your mother's life savings. I believe that he never sold a single book on right because he made like hundreds of copies copies of this because he had this incredible math. What was his math? He knew because he didn't have a following. Well he didn't have anyone to sell this book to to the very first idea he had was a scavenger hunt book about our small towns Somerset Pennsylvania and he may know how many people come through and dying to know about Somerset. Pennsylvania he made four thousand booklets that were scavenger hunt to find these monuments or statues or four places of interest of interest in Somerset. was there a place of interest in Somerset. There's the fountain in Park. The.
Following London attack, second attack in The Netherlands on Friday has EU spinning
"Three people injured in another stabbing attack. This one in a busy shopping district in the Netherlands according to police who are now asking for help from the public the new attack coming just hours after a different stabbing in the heart of London that attack has left two people dead. The suspect killed by police. They are also calling calling the attack in London. An Act of terrorism. Let's begin with CNN's Bianco. Bela who is covering the Netherlands attacks. Obiang what we know at this hour. The moment all we know is that an attack happened on Friday evening in The Hague in the Netherlands. This is obviously the key city. It's the seat of the Dutch. Parliament is also the weather international. The National Criminal Court is based the city itself has a population of around half a million and this was a particularly busy evening. As you may be able to see. From some of the pitches it is the black Friday Sale Ale. There were plenty of Christmas. Shop is out that on the streets and from what we understand. The attack happened within a department store on Big Market Street. We understand that three people people have been injured. They've been stopped and we're still waiting to hear more details from the police as of yet they haven't given us a motive but they have said that the situation is quote complex Ext.. I'm also learning. That police are looking for a man between the age of forty five and fifty apparently wearing a tracksuit and asking anybody who might be to identify by somebody of that description to come forward with more details but it is definitely a developing situation as I said nothing has yet been disclosed on the motive of this attack but within the context of the other attack in London. Today which you mentioned obviously there's an increased sensitivity to increase towards this and we'll be monitoring the situation version closely bianca. Thank you and we'll continue to check in with you. Of course throughout the hour as we learn more about our that attack on the Netherlands a deadly terror attack unfolding folding in London police confirming just moments ago. Two people have died after a stabbing or the iconic London Bridge. Three others were injured. I'm deeply saddened and angered that. Our City of London has again been targeted by terrorism. It it is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to inform you that as well as the suspect who was shot dead by police. Two of those injured in this attack in the London Bridge area have tragically lost their lives. Police officers officers shot and killed the suspect who was wearing what looked like an explosive device but they believe that device was in fact fake witnesses recorded would appear to be members of the public public tackling. The suspect you're looking at that here taking away the knife before the suspect was ultimately killed by police and I do want to warn you. Some of the video were about out to show you is graphic. CNN's dictate. Walsh is live for us in London tonight. Nick British Prime Minister. Boris Johnson says the situation has been contained to the best of their knowledge. So what's happening on the ground right now in the next twenty minutes. It's also that British prime minister will meet with top security officials in the sort of basement of Downing Street to discuss this unfolding situation behind me though. We just learned from the head of London police that actually the fish monger hold on the other side of the river. There is where they believed the attack began. And you can just see up the Brita tent erected by British police where we understand the actual killings themselves or they tackled. The assailant will restraining of the assailant seems to have occurred. But here's how. Today's events unfolded Terry Returns to London Bridge recorded by witnesses for multiple angles. A group of people appear to restrain a man on the grounds of the public. Pullback firearms police drank one man away then. Two shots heard male suspect was shot by specialist government offices from the city of London place and I can confirm this suspect died at the scene a number of other the papal received injuries during the incident. I'm now in a position to confirm that it has been declared a terrorist incident. I can confirm it this time. We believe a device that was strapped to the body of the suspect. Is I hope explosive device. A knife is seen pulled from the scuffle. Get still many ordinary. Londoners appear to have thrown thrown themselves out the assailant to restrain him. I also want to pay tribute to the extraordinary bravery of those members of the public. Who physically intervened to to protect the lives of others and for me they represent the very best of our country and I thank them? I was so in the Boston. Matheny attacks in two thousand thirteen basically expands whereas at the math. And sort of twenty minutes or something Eh but just before it actually happens and some very similar thing of just having a lot of people just running and nobody knew what was happening and just feel like huge amount nazi-era on their faces and you could feel it as well in the energy of just everyone staffing out. The identity and motive of the suspect remains unclear. Similar horror befell London Bridge in June. Two thousand seventeen when three attackers drove a van into pedestrians and then launched a savage savage knife attack some also wearing hoax explosive vests police killed the attackers in minutes but still eight victims died after that attack. Roadside barricades went up in London. Some visible in these videos today see London Bridge would have been bustling at that time with commuters and workers in the city the extraordinary speed of the police response and reaction of members of the public. A sign of how practiced anticipated the horror of such attacks are in London. Of course the key and answer questions. Who was this man? What was his motivation? Terror related the police say it is unclear what ideology ideology may have been feuding him and sad- say to UK security services have long pointed a mental health often being contributing factor to instance like this but London Bridge. Now trying to get back to normal. Almost heartwarming scenes of seeing restaurants as inviting police. Patrolling the area trauma safe in for a cup of tea but that bridge behind me now. Still Jammed with the buses that were stopped by police as the instant unfolded. You can see the lights still going on their London. Sadly to used to this kind of attack Erica. Yes indeed. Nick Payton Walsh for us in London. Tonight thank you as we look at what we do know as Nick just pointed out for us there. We don't know a lot at this hour about the suspect but the fact Paul that British police are saying this is a terror attack again. We don't know the motive. I haven't seen a claim of responsibility. Ah To this point anyway unless I somehow missed something but waste on what we do know in the information. That's come out Paul. Where's your mind at this time? Well one interesting detail. You told us this fake suicide us. And we've seen the use of fake suicide vests in several Isis inspired attacks in Europe in the West in recent years of one was on the very same bridge two years ago when three attackers wearing fake suicides. did a knife attack on that bridge and the surrounding area. There was also an attack in January two thousand sixteen in Paris or the police station where the perpetrator how to fake suicide. Vest and more recently in Catalonia in August twenty seventeen the perpetrators hot fake suicide vest and in those attacks the reason presumably they were wearing fake suicide versus because they wanted to be killed by police because they wanted to become martyrs because in that war twelve knew they they wanted to go to paradise for. Doing that was not the case with this attacker in London. Today we don't know yet because the police are not telling us what what they think the motivation was. They're not specifying yet This was a jihadi attack was interesting too. is the location So with all of you frankly we have talked far too many times about
Multiple people injured in stabbing attack in the Netherlands
"As as Americans Americans observe observe the the long long thanksgiving thanksgiving weekend weekend there there is is violence violence today today in in Europe Europe we we start start the the Netherlands Netherlands where where we're we're now now getting getting word word of of an an incident incident in in a a popular popular shopping district correspondent Bianca no below is there well we're getting reports that have been several people stabbed in the Hague in the Netherlands now that is the the seat of the Dutch parliament it's a very important area all of the country no word yet on the condition of the victims in touch with our Eddie say it's not clear if this might have been an incident of terrorism the stabbings happened on the city's main shopping street we're told is people were looking for Black Friday deals local police say they're looking for a man described as forty to fifty years old and a great jogging suit but no arrests yet
Stone unturned? Trumps adviser on trial
"As the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump continues. The start of the trial of his longtime associate is likely to provide him with more discomfort comfort laundry stone flamboyant and controversial political strategist own for using aggressive tactics discredit losing candidates. He's worked As a campaign advisor to a number of Republican presidents including Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan stone formed a relationship with the current president for decades ago. He I advised Mr trump to run for the White House in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight but all the polls are showing that I win or do very well in this election. I'm not happy with what's happening. In the country that friendship mentorship torsion even was the focus of 2017. Netflix documentary called. Get Me Roger Stone. Those who say I have no soul. Those who have no principles are losers serve. Those are bitter losers. Mr Jones. EXACT ROLE IN MR TRUMP's 2016 campaign has long been a source of speculation particular over his contact with wikileaks the release of material about presidential contender. Hillary Clinton in January this year. Mr Stone was indicted by Robert Mueller. The special counsel on seven counts they include obstructing an official proceeding witness tampering and making false statements to Congress about his communication with wikileaks and the trump campaign lead. Not Guilty to these charges. I will defeat them at CNN. HAD BEEN SO SURE MR stones indictment was coming to the network had a camera team outside his the house when the FBI turned up for dramatic early morning rest. This is what the first sounds that. Roger Stone woke up to this morning was the FBI pounding on his his door and shouting John Faz. Men Are. Washington correspondent had a similar hunched to C. N. N.'s. But he made his move a month earlier. I reached out to Roger Stone because I had sensed that his indictment was possibly coming and I wanted to hear from him before he went undercover. As it works I wrote him an email. I said I would be down in Fort Lauderdale one weekend soon. If he's free for lunch take him out and And he accepted house lunch. The lunch was a blast. He is in entertaining storyteller. He's charming he's funny. He has a ton of stories. It was a two hour lunch. That felt very fast. Okay before we get into the lunchtime conversation Let's go through with. The charges are against him. He is facing seven charges. Five of them. Uh are making false statements to congressional investigators. One of them is obstructing government proceeding and one of them is witness tampering I believe he tried to get randy. Credit Co who is a longtime friend of his New York radio show host and a sort of as outrageous on the left is as stone is on the right. He tried to induce credit co into not testifying and I think he you threatened to kidnap Randy credit goes dog. Roger Stone's pled not guilty to all of those charges. How how is the dog? I think the dog's fine critical appeared. He did testify. He showed up with his dog. He was photographed with the dog outside the Capitol. It's a I think the dog is a little white dog named Bianca. Last I heard Bianca was fine. Okay okay all these charges that Mr Stone faces have to do with Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference. Is that right yes. Roger Stone presented himself to the trump campaign campaign as a conduit to wikileaks. He said he was in touch with. Julian assange now after the investigation started. He said that in fact he wasn't that was all bluff and posture turn hype and that all he had been doing monitoring wikileaks as twitter. Feed Robert Muller's indictment says that that's not true in that he was actually in touch through a cut out with wikileaks. And what are the stakes. Here what would happen to Mr Stone if he were found guilty These are serious charges. He faces serious prison time if he goes down for these sixty seven years old and that's Facing years in prison at that age is no picnic. You say he was a charming guy with lots of stories. I mean the public persona of Roger Stone is. He's a kind of Kenny often. Cutting political operative to did you get a sense from him about how he operates when you spoke to him. Well he is a political operative the stories that I liked most. He got gotTa start in Connecticut Politics. He's from Norwalk Connecticut. which is which is down along the coast and he said for his his first campaign for Connecticut? State Senator Who on the train platform is a commuter town into New York? Norwalk is and he would be there in the morning with fliers for his candidate and fresh coffee and then he would be either in the evening with fliers for his candidate and freshly mixed Martinis. It was such a a charming portrayal of a bygone world of political campaigning. But that's where he got a start but I mean this this kind of charming and gracious stuff is not really what he's been known for in in more recent decades. No No. He's a dirty trickster. And he's the first one to admit admit that he's a dirty trickster I think he hone those skills working for Nixon's campaign which is famous for using those sorts of tricks. That's his specialty. That's the sort of thing he does. There's and he's he's really unabashed about it so his his ties then to to president trump. I mean how far back do they go so he is known. Donald Trump for forty years. Their connection goes back to Ronald. Ronald Reagan's nineteen eighty campaign in New York Stone arranged a visit to New Hampshire by Donald Trump in nineteen eighty eight. When he was initially flirting with running for president he was connected with the campaigns? In in in ninety six and two thousand I think it was when when trump sought the reform party nomination and his connection to the to the two thousand sixteen campaign pain starts quite early on to so he has no trump for for a very long time but on the other hand the investigation the Muller reports when it's somewhat by now in in the rear view mirror I mean. How much do you think Mr Trump and his team will be will be watching this trial? How much do you think could change the story as we now know it reopened that chapter? I mean I think they would. They are going to be watching can get very very closely. It's true that the report is done but there was a lot of of stone activity in the Muller report that was redacted what I assume is Roger Stone activity that was redacted and it may well come out this trial. I think there are a couple of things that that the trump campaign will be worried about number one. The trials should show whether Roger Stone was in fact talking to wikileaks and whether when he said he wasn't that was all bluff and posture that that was that was in fact the bluff and number two is whether whether Donald Trump lied Robert Muller. You'll remember that trump did not sit down for a verbal interview with Robert Me answered written questions and answer to one of those questions actions. He said that he didn't recall discussing wikileaks with Roger Stone. You may get some testimony from Steve Bannon and Rick Gates about that and so if I were at trump trump camp I would be watching this trial very nervously. And what about Mr Stone himself when you met him. What did he say about the possibility that he would get caught up in Mr Melissa investigation? Well all I ask them exactly that question at lunch and he said it's a it's a line that I still remember. He said I don't worry. I make other people worry whether he would repeat that line today as his trial looms. I don't know but it was a it was a wonderful bit of bluster at the time About the substance of the charges. He had a very. I want to get this quote. Exactly right from transcript. What he said is there is no evidence or proof and no one can honestly say that I had advanced notice of the source or the content? The exact release date of the wiki leaks material either stolen or I should say allegedly stolen and allegedly hacked to my mind that is a very lawyerly. Non Denial Denial He also said during our lunch that you know his testimony before the House Intelligence Committee was basically truthful and he may have said some things that were wrong but they were immaterial and inconsequential in the indictment against him alleges. That's not not the case that his false statement for both consequential immaterial well regardless of what happens with this trial and and presuming. Mr Stone is available to take lunch dates. Would you take with them in a heartbeat anytime. Why is that because he has? He has good stories and he has a central role in this in this drama. That's unfolding right now. He has insight he has history talk about. He's an interesting conversationalist John. Thank you very much for joining
"bianca" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"This was at scores in two thousand thirteen said that he was dragged on one hundred thirty five thousand dollars in charges racked up to his credit card and then the movie you see see the during a one-minute plot point. Finally some of these men would call can go listen. It's GONNA be my money back now. We can't do that and so of course you know one person comes out and then they find some other people doing six hundred and thirty thousand at a time and by the way in the beginning of the movie Jaylo was explaining how how these guys that she works with at the Strip club. They dropped ten fifteen thousand dollars a night as is normal but she doesn't blow anyone she doesn't and fuck anyway so they're spending ten fifteen grand one. Maybe two to three girls ten to fifteen thousand and no one's getting touched right. You know what that makes yet. Doubt it makes me think of the basketball diaries when Leonardo DiCaprio played this guy that you know would he he he did He's doing heroin but he needs. He doesn't have money for heroin so they explain how he'll go into a bathroom stall and let a guy blow. 'em For a thousand dollars. Is that where we're blue you interesting okay. We'll put that in the same even that's more believable well anyway I do. Do you know what Jennifer Lopez looks like in real life though she played so wait. Was this a real story. Yes yes it starts with this. It is really storing. Wait wait. Did people actually get off though nobody went to jail. I assume that all the words at the the end were true. That's what I'm going to because that'd be easy to prove otherwise then okay to what part really nothing. I'm trying to K okay. That picture looks good too. Yes everyone looks very. I don't know what to say. It's amazing that women could hold gravity. I we've been what's that for years fantastic one of us. What's that I don't get it. Women Look Amazing. Show me another picture strippers. Yes they look great well. I'm saying actually that the actresses look much better than the real people. I thought everyone looks great. Well turn it around. I'm the asshole now. You said it all right okay so now. Can we talk about how they put drugs together. They're like what drugs when when Google it what drugs can get guys to still you'll be like alright and moving but like not all there right so they decided ketamine molly but they didn't know the dose yeah so they took and molly's fifty bucks every time you do a hit right. That's Molly Ketamine. I didn't know how much it is. They took to see the amounts. He took the experimenting. They were like look at this big baking sheet. No that's wrong. Toss it and then when they were cleaning update took a sponge to all of the powder on the on the counter and we were all like a thousand dollars worth of drugs ages you just sponging off also. She's pushing towards the stove. Did you notice that the corner of so you can put it in your hand. Not The sink until the stuff okay. They don't clean much those are drug but I never felt bad for these women when the woman didn't work at a strip club anymore before the Scam mm-hmm then she's calling up the sweet guys at least one of them right you understand. He's a sucker but he's sweet and he's like hey. Maybe I O now's bad the timing. I just a proposed to an fiance fuck. You clack his name at the bottom of the list meaning. She's just going to start abusing people for money again so it's not she's finding the bad people know they were not just finding the weren't paying attention to that but also that guy is not that sweet either. I understand yeah I understand. He's more criminal minded but he he had a fiancee when they were originally doing things was funny. When he took the call in the sauna yeah that was funny but but no he's not that great either but he's not like bankrupt like she is in the fucking head okay. Oh can't well teaches anybody to have any fun around him. Keith you don no. It's a terrible you the grocery store and buy chocolate. Don't go to the movies all you can read self help books and cry Mattie Matty Taylor Steve. Of course I sat through the whole long to do what they did to the strippers under worst night their worst night. Here's some days were bad and they're just showing them like I guess they're being throwing money at them. And that's your fucking worst night. Now who has his trip loved usher came into the club. What a cameo what like five five to ten minutes easily of just him walking into the club and Jalen going. We were famous at the same time basically right but if you if I want the finish the sentence there a problem with that scene which there is no pilly no problem with Cardi B. and Liz for no reason they were. They were cast members and they did like a few lines. That was a very good cameo. It was it was in a made sense him no reason ham the rocking and they seriously slow down every Cardi B. in real life drug men and stole their money may car part of the crow instead she. He's just sticking out of the tunnel if she does. She's probably the one that could bring authenticity to it. I share was ridiculous. Yeah well what did go though I don't get it. I like seeing stupid movies. This was just too dumb. Imagine that you don't like dome. This was three fuck insights with your fucking movie theaters. She's sixty dollars to see a phone. I am now. There are movie theater. I'M GONNA pay her nineteen dollars to never go. Thank you and I will deliver popcorn to your house off. How do I sign up. It's just movie pass Bianca addition addition. It'll last longer yeah. It's where you just just chill Keith. Normally you would be all over shitting on this. I did they miss. Would you have stayed until the end. Biden threaten you wouldn't have walked out of this adequacy specifically fucking Christmas scene permission to treat her like a hostile going into if I was by myself I might have walked out thank you I'm busy. I don't know that I would have got that far. What's thank thank you can. I can you at least understand that I know you will little bit with that tweet that you do not like this movie. You wouldn't have liked this movie and you would have left. Thank you your honor. Yes humps. I'm so that's what happens to the nicest people some movie that they think should have been popcorn. Fun Was it was all about sparkles and for code now but it didn't play rate and she's ready to murder as she's so angry so so bad it has Oscar Buzz Oscars. There was an article I would give general and Oscar for that doc for her but for the whole thing she's she's amazing. She's amazing. She's fifty years old. Oh yes that's that's true but also well. There's two of them because there is a fifty year old in real life and they found another federal somehow. That's the credit concerned congratulations to you Bianca now. I've delete this whole episode. This is garbage and you took your boyfriend end this so that's good. I know by warned him. I did I was I I was noticing no pours her head to Jennifer Lopez but we're ninety minutes on the way that's not a pleasure no offense to the Lopez's..
"bianca" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Of every guests exist in the joy of every listener around Bianca Brady main feed main the main feed. Don't let guys a lot to talk about by the way coincidentally like your hair. You're always a joy but a lot in the Nash there so much to get through. Everybody's going to know hey. What is this Bianca. What is her personality. What her thoughts political issues social issues rush excited? Keith is like let's invite Bianca onto torture with Mike Classic bummer news episodes well. How how are you doing I in life in general great fantastic. Okay there we go to the Bianca segment. She really does move briskly along phrasing control. This one wants to get behind the pay wall. That's my twitter. She's got the whip for that. Felicity Huffman got fourteen fourteen days in prison a fortnight Sh- for the college admission scandal fourteen days fourteen days for scamming GAM ing this white collar crime right. Can we call it. Something pretty like white collar crime. It's the largest college and missing scam adverse the very first person prosecuted because she pled guilty not and threw herself at the mercy of the court with that said they recommend that a month and she said but that's too much and was able to somehow fourteen days. What did that said. She's the only one that the media at least publicly immediately said guilty. I'm so sorry but it's not that it's not just like a getty. You're guilty. You're sorry that's a good plea bargain right but it wasn't in just. You're trying to get your daughter into school. There was an entire new fundraise. There was like a fake a what did they put together that they're funneling handling money into this into a company that doesn't exist in order for them to get their kids in high into college. It's such a big crime. Timmy to me like you have people in jail over joint fucking marijuana. You know like people just getting into a physical fight on a Saturday night. You got people in there hair for way longer than this. I'm reading about a woman she's convicted of casting a provisional ballot in two thousand sixteen when she was on superfly supervised release for twenty eleven eleven tax fraud conviction so this woman's jail she. I she's allowed on release. She signed she voted and so she got five years for doing that and she's like an felicity. Huffing got fourteen months. Oh this is such bullshit if this if this doesn't scream bullshit to you I you're probably still sleeping right. Yeah wake up sheep will allow everyone. Everyone go to jail forever. That's hemmed to stay. Put yourself in jail. Sign yourself out when you think it's right. You probably giving yourself wrong right. You should stay in there forever. I guess I said fourteen months fourteen days of course Felicity Huffman fourteen fortnight. That's nothing nothing. Is that really what a fortnight meets cool Here's the thing about felicity though she's a good actress. We need see a lot of shelter she. She worked it in the court. She did like I think she did the best she could like from a PR standpoint where she was in the courtroom going like I fucked up like I'm so sorry you're saying for price. Raising ironically money got her out to well. I know I think she just she just she knew how to work it where she's like you know she feels she allegedly feels bad or she seems seems like she feels bats. That makes her seem a little bit less evil well. That's still is money because that is a high paying team telling you exactly what to say and how to behave casinos how to act these are the words as Keith you recommend for for her for her punishment. Death sure yeah if we're talking about a wonderful world yes but I hear your tone so what's the point but Lori Law. I'm asking yes. Yes is dead of a fortnight at night. You should be put to death but you know a year would be pleasurable to me short one year one year into celebrities. That's like five years. Let's be honest. Turn turn shouldn't be a difference but there is three months at a time so that's considered a year right yeah right. They call seasons years. Give her a season yeah. I let a twenty six six episode season. It's called a three camera sentence and then is what I was. GonNa say Lori Laughlin. I I guarantee whenever Felicity Huffman said guilty. Lawrie was like he could have called me. A witness said I'm not guilty now. She's going to have to get a lot more time than felicity and a principal. I why do think so. Even if it's a month it's got to be more than fourteen days. You think principal has to do with any of this shit. Yes yeah yeah. It's all the game you you don't make the system look stupid and at the system system was willing to give somebody that says not guilty fourteen days. That's as guilty fourteen days than somebody that does not guilty and we caught. You has to get more well. Can I just tell you a month and fourteen days would be no difference to me. I understand like being in jail. You feel the difference but this is still the same crime and it's still a bullshit sentence. That's the sentence fourteen. Days was the last time people got fourteen days for something. That was this big. It's huge. It's a scandal Laughlin fifteen days exactly the second that saw yeah. I wonder if it's too late for Laurie to go. I thought about it in the guilty three dancer yeah for felicity fourteen days for Laurie death the minute we got yet. Mitt Mike Soren Tino from the Jersey shore the situation while the switch is free. It was in jail for tax evasion eight months right eight months now now. He's out and he can go to the gym do his laundry way. He wants to get a Tan. Do you think that he was on laundry duty in jail the whole time 'cause he's like guys didn't give because that's what you want. One go put Emerald Goss Ego's the jail and you put them in the kitchen. If I think about it pretty much all you do in jail is gym Tan laundry so she was always always been there. Do you think this it is fair where he got eight months and she got fourteen days. You don't think that's gaming the system the same system you. You don't think that's tax evasion when you're starting a company and I know she didn't start the company but she knew exactly what that company was four and that was what do you call when you don't pay tack while. You pay less tax guaranteed bat you felicity Huffman. Ice Soom can carry herself even lawyers are doing the work can carry herself better than a the situation who Ooh upon being released from jail tweeted out turn up we free. I think Felicity Huffman is going to act a little humble my point being that's their character director. He couldn't get less than eight months if he tried because he's like. I want some jungle juice. I'll make some vodka drinks for. It's like now you have to go to jail the Sich totally hey what I do. Oh that's one thing you can say you definitely have to go to prove that you know the money and the you're the you can fake the sister. He's not an actor. She is right but when you're on one of these TV shows reality shows don't think you can can get away from your taxes. You're on the show. A lot of people do that. Though I think it's the same thing as felicity you know just looking around being like like a lot of people do this probably fourteen days later. She really learned a lesson one fortnight. Oh home I I read. That's somebody wrote I bet she's GonNa learn the same amount in jail for fourteen days than her daughter will imprison in in prison than her daughter will in school for for four years it makes sense. The saddest part was her daughter didn't know about it until the whole thing broke and her daughter was like you really didn't believe in me. I really didn't think I could go to college. That's so rude I didn't call. I'm an idiot but right correct but at the same time it's like come up. I don't know why you got me into rowing. I never wrote about in my life but anyway that's true like she wasn't helping her daughter to where she wanted to go. She's helping herself figure out some shit. That known was interested in a wonder. If that's what Lee celebrities they meet each other at dinner and most people you talk about how their kids are. Doing you think those celebrities they talk about the rich people they talk about what they did for their kids illegally. Oh really I think so. I think the real winners in this situation are the non famous participants in the scam because there's like you know dozens of parents who are implicated but we're only talking about Felicity Huffman and Laurie Laughlin Flynn 'cause they've been on TV. What about you know some John Rogers Yeah. What about him alot yeah but don't know any of the other ones uh-huh yeah those other people probably get a bigger sentence because they have well. No they have money also so who gives a shit. I don't announce the names of the bad people I think about the victim victim Caesar the following kids that could not get into school on their own merits. These are the down masses of our future. He's speaking of which Saturday Saturday night live. Saturday night. Live was coming on the ear. Lets that it's September twenty eighth when it begins. It's a weekly comedy show. It's on it's on television at its late that it's alive but it's live and woody. Harrelson will be the first guest and this he again he is. He's in many movies and whatnot always plays himself. Okay wait. Can you start the beginning. Can you imagine this. You're in so much trouble. I'm just fucking with Keith now. I'm sorry audience. Let him get the get to the news of even three new cast members Boeing Yang. Yes yes Khloe Feinman and Shane Gillis ooh tough one so it's supposed to be the greatest day of these three peoples lives of course and bone you could here on our show keeping girl dot com slash. Bo Anyang when Yang I know at least one of the two shows he was on a is a youtube thing you can see him great very funny. Guy Asian first Asian right in history on SNL Okay Justice and now you've found an aide funny guy right wow I won well then we mentioned the other guy that was hired Shane Shane Gillis and why Bianca's go is because a lot of information that was popping up and I wanted to be very clear when I say this not his past cancel culture people are talking about me and if you really think about it it's like everything is the past like right now l. what I just said. That's the frigging past kief right well. This is pretty much is recent and apparently very homophobic. Whether it's making jokes Chenault they're homophobic. They're the racists here's Shane on pod his podcast and of last year chinatowns fucking nuts. That's crazy. It is full fucking in China the Chinese down. I wonder how that started. They just built one fucked up looking building people like all right. No one said anything chinks. Thanks live there. They build these fucking like huge Shanghai. The first one fury like what are you guys doing here first of all so. There's more than I'll play Chinatown New York. Yes okay yeah I assume so because the podcast he does in here in New York audio. Quality is so offensive thank you. That's what above me and I'm like Oh. I guess that's not their own audio. It's not a big deal but then I heard more and it gets bad so I fuck is their point so sa Chinatown Chinatown were surprised to see Chinese people. They don't get it so they're everywhere. Though it's fair that's all I got. I'm trying to town some buildings is China is trying to plan it through everywhere so snl hires Bo and Yang and then they go okay but for the other the point of view this Guy Chinatowns fucking nuts. It's crazy. It is full fucking China Chinese down. I wonder how that started. They just built one fucked up. Looking building and people were like no one said anything chinks live there well. They built these fucking huge Shanghai. The first one month's fury created everyone. Are you guys doing here. These ducks the guy. We're talking about him. He's the he's the one that sounds like he has chew in his mouth. Is he like slurring. Yes anthem Mantha can cool. You know what yeah true also. I'm always like how can there be so many fucking restaurants down here. alrea spoke as you go in. There's like one in person eating ever trucking down neuters. I Hate I hate food at trial. NEUTERS is fun racist way to say noodles. I guess that's how Asians talk and I think he just bird. No He's doing racist voice. That's up as the judge low. You got to go to jail. uh-huh listening. Chinese foods are very dishonest cuisine. I don't even want to think about Vanity fucking. Don't give me for can start. It's okay. I'm I'm trying for. SNL In another month the only can give me fuck in Starkville how funny I putting their food to make it delicious dude they so he just said the food was the richest fucking serious. SNL This is the podcast just was his auditions well in all fairness. The puck is called Matt and Shane Secret podcast so is the secret can't guys everybody's leaves. Drop it on diaries now. That's why the Ku Klux Klan hide their faces with sheets. It's like their secret..
"bianca" Discussed on AE Mind Academy
"What's going on my name is luis angel and we're here to talk about the book called the war of art by stephen press yield and the have the amazing privilege of having right here we have the amazing privilege of having the incredible the intelligent talented they yoga goddess miss bianca scalise with this we're going to be discussing this book what's going on bianca hey i'm excited to talk about love it i can feel feel that energy is one of my favorite books actually yeah i remember we're talking about like what book can we go into and you mentioned this and i've had this sitting on my bookshelf for for the longest time and i haven't gone to so when we chose this book i'm like okay i'm gonna dive right in writing and and yeah it was awesome is incredible i listened to it like three times on two point five speed the last time i three times speed but yeah i i love the book so we'll talk about our take aways ways are are insight we gained from going through the book and you know what we love what we did in like maybe there's a few counter points that i got are no if you did when when you were going through it yeah so what made you want to actually pick this book and read it like what got you into it i don't know if you've actually you read it long before i did yeah so i read this book when i was twenty which was about four years ago and actually got the book gifted to me when i i went to new york to shoot these yoga videos with a mentor mining brand carter and brandon gave each one of us a book there were three interns and dan he gave us all a book that he felt was relevant to our life at the time and this is the book that he gifted me and i'm really grateful for it because i read it like twice a year to kind i know of bring everything back into perspective and see if there is any resistance i can't confront my life at the time speaking of that's what this book is about about the war well here's my interpretation of even the title writes a war against creative nature the war that we had to face we saw all right before we continue on with the smarter brain better memory show i wanna talk to you guys row quick butter.
"bianca" Discussed on Front Burner
"Devin are you there. I am here Jamie here. We go again here. We go again. Hello my friend so the last time you spoke you were in a stadium in Golden State and now I'm talking to you from New York having and you spent the weekend there and of course you watched Bianca and rescue win the US Open and Jamie just a second ago. I was basically on cloud nine with Bianca and rescue atop the rock at the Rockefeller Center so what they do after they win the US Open apparently I found out that this is sort of customary where the champion goes up to the top hop the rock to get that iconic New York skyline shot with a trophy so we're up there tons of media Jamie you wouldn't have believed this scene fans all lining the plaza the top of the area and out walks bianca and rescue nineteen eighteen years old in high heels makeup hair this stunning dress carrying this incredible trophy wanted to crack the the top one hundred but after start setting Michael's higher. She hadn't had a lot of sleep at their. She was in front of a camera. She's a star people lover so we were just the top there. She said that you know this is sort of just been a dream. It's kind of all a glazed for her right now going through so many scenarios in my head with how I thought this day would turn out to be and I never thought it would be like this but of course she's soaking it all in and there she was on top of the world literally and what did she do last night to celebrate our victory well. We asked her what time she went to bed. It's something I will not answer so you can imagine it was a party. She couldn't purchase champagne here here in New York. I imagine somebody would have for her. She was with her team. She was with her parents at. I should also note of course Maria her mom <hes> Nico Her dad and of course cocoa the dog Jamie. They were all a top of the rock as well. They're all celebrating. I know you got a chance to speak to her parents after the match on Saturday. What did they say to you. Yeah you know here's the thing that I've come to learn when you when you talk to champions. They have some pretty good parents right humility grace poise. I caught up with him. I was almost stunned Jamie because there I was on the US Open grounds it was late and they were just strolling around with the dog taking the dog for a late night walk at the USDA Billie Jean King National Tennis Centre with with them. That dog is the best that was barking during our chat probably as thrilled as everyone goes obviously Pete Nico for you happy happy to and so look they were. They were just talking about how proud they are of Bianca how hard she's worked and that this is her moment that they knew she always belonged on this stage. Bianca has said it. She talked about her visualization. Her parents reaffirmed that to me so there's like the there's no secret secret to this jamie she believed all of this and all the stars aligned here in New York this week and it's truly incredible story. Her parents came from Romania with the two suitcases so it's it's amazing. I Know Bianca has said many times she wanted to do was able to afford to have her parents travel with her all the time and this three point eight million dollars. US She got probably will help her with that. Endeavour Jamie they're going to be able to travel the first class last experience for the rest of her tennis career. Yeah I mean so many compelling storylines in fact two years ago three years ago when she was sixteen she won an Orange Inge Bowl title and after that she wrote herself a check pretending she had just won the US Open title so she talked a lot about visualization allies ation imagining this moment she talked about plane Serena Williams in this stage in Arthur ash stadium. It's so crazy man I've been and she actually broke down at the podium on Saturday night after she won her match and and and just sort of said you guys. I can't even begin to tell you how many times I've seen this happen and for it to come true on this stage. She was loss for words Jamie. I've been dreaming of this moment for the longest time I won on the Orange Bowl couple months after I really believe that I could be at the stage and since then honestly who've been visualizing using it almost every single day that was truly an incredible moment in her press conference Devon before we go today big question when we left you last time. We were talking about the parade that was going to happen for the raptors. When are we having a parade for Bianca where we need to have a prayed. Mike Twitter's been blowing up Jamie about Windsor ends. Afraid Wins appreciate. I don't know if Canada has ever held a prayed for a single person but let me tell you obviously that raptors run historic historic raptors run unparalleled scenes have played out on pray every but there's also something so incredibly relatable edible and galvanizing a unifying about this nineteen year old Canadian who just seems so humble seem so relatable so enjoyable. I think we need to pray Jamie. I think we need to well. I look forward to seeing you soon. Have a really safe flight back and thanks for joining us today Devon. Hey I'm always he's happy to talk to you about a Canadian athlete or a Canadian team winning a championship old the champions here what a year what a year.
"bianca" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"The match before she was terrible serving right and still pulled it off you yeah that thing we'll obviously man she made some adjustment or you know going into that match whether she's watching video or whatever they do and she she changes upper shots. What's a little bit you know. They kept saying that they're saying this kid's way ahead of herself in terms of adjusting when she had to so he's got a way for matching the semifinal against bench than it was against. Serena like bench which I thought was she played great a lot of great. I just I just thought that <hes> at the vibe when all was said and done at the bench match Bianca Ju just basically at lasted her <hes> because that could have gone either way there were moments in that match in the first set and the second set we thought bench was gonna put it away and then right. Bianca was able to stave off <hes> you know match or upset point and just hung in there and finally wanted at the end but with Serena. I never really got a sense until of course it got to five five. That Serena was truly in that match I agree. It looks like Bianca played from behind that whole match against bench and if I'm working on it right I mean I got all the stuff going. No one talking to turn my phone upside down because at to record it I was a little so I don't take any calls because everyone's freaking out about right but she I couldn't believe when I sort of looked up I've gone. This chick is up five one right. She's that far these close to winning this thing and then it started school. She started leaking oil a little bit and Serena of course you've she's never out of it and and <hes> you know she came back to tied up on the kid pulls it off. It wasn't layer steve absolutely when it got it to five five and he's she's plugging her ears right and she's been talking through this whole tournament about the crowd right. I wonder if that's not gonNA work against. You're moving forward a little bit. We're here to be that <hes> vocal about <hes> that I've never heard anybody react to the crowd that way and say it means so much like you would think that <hes> it was was part of the opponents arsenal completely <hes> that the way the crowd was locked in to be to be that <hes> that admission that it bugs are basically physically. I don't know if that's wise moving forward but you know what who cares. She seems to have hand lead beautifully and in the big picture doesn't really matter. Do you know much money. She wanted this thing two two point two million or something right three point eight five no no no no come on three eight five five my friend wow what. I thought it was two point two and you got you got a million for runner up and two point something holy cheese. It's the only tournament by the way Steve where the men and women get the same prize money. Did you know that in there you go. I didn't go work equal equal pay and the kid didn't the interviews you know she's she's thoughtful. She pauses when they ask questions. You don't just blurt out a lame answer and I read a tweet this morning. which was fabulous abuse? You know typical typical Canadian is she apologized for beating Serena in America..
"bianca" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"She's a north <hes> I got my. BA in Tennessee get it be the eight Bianca and Jessica my BA and tennis <hes> <hes> like someone said I think our new nickname should be because she came from nowhere right she she won the US Open yesterday of course the story she was two hundred ranked year ago and boom boom she wanted she wanted a little tour Vanua. I'll go then went on to win the Rogers Cup in default by Serena and then of course this this unbelievable unbelievable victory in the US Open and some I said well maybe are nicknamed should be Bianca Search and rescue me and you gotTa let me write one of the most impressive things ever seen. Just you know just I mean the way she wins it. I mean and all the circumstances that go with it. She Beats Serena Williams. The legend six three dominant in the first I said dominant again in the second set out to a five one lead and then maybe nerves creep in and Serena Williams on the other hand getting empowered by the crowd going crazy for more to the point where Bianca is plugging her ears <hes> between sats and all she does at that stage is basically and this is the most maybe of all the impressive thing she did over the last two weeks to be able to just set everything aside the nerves you've got Serena coming at you now the legend you've just blown on a five one lead and then she goes velvet and wins seven five to take the US Open that was steely good yeah the other thing Steve. You got a note out with this victory is Serena. Williams didn't lose that match okay she didn't she didn't throw the match. She didn't play bad okay. She got outplayed by this kit. It's not like she had an injury or started limping or at some points. It looked like she was gonna cry but but Serena played well well you know she didn't know. She said she didn't think so but but it wasn't like she played disastrous. Steve Okay agree she she she can play my point is she can play the way she did yesterday and beat a ton of people beat a ton of people the way she played this. Bianca's on Carr's story where it's going to be really great. Is I love the commentating on it and Tennessee is really good because I don't. I don't know tennis that that well but you know they were saying. She's the only kid Bianca's the only kid who could return this surf of of Serena's like she did and enter forehand was dominant and then and then they're mixing up going or backhands dominant to so the kid was on Flagel man it was it was an unbelievable victory tree you know and Rena saying which he said Serena said. I didn't feel like I played well. You know all due respect. I just don't think I had my best well. You know why you didn't have your best game. <hes> because Bianca was awesome. That's generally how it goes. I mean look at the stats. Jimmy I mean we saw her against bench. In the semi final <hes> she was struggling with that at first little bit right Serena she she was eighty four percent in the first set meanwhile you're also looking at unforced errors like Bianca Bianca had zero and Serena had ten in that first set so don't come with this whole concept of Hey..
Eyeing 19th Slam title, Nadal plays Medvedev at US Open
"Three time US open champion Rafael Nadal of Spain is set to take on fifth seed Danielle Medvedev of Russia for the US open men's title in a couple of hours and peers Amy held has a preview of the final and new York's flushing meadows can you Medvedev is playing in his first major final a decade older it's Rafael Nadal's twenty seventh he's hoping for his nineteenth grand slam win which would put him within one of the all time male record button is all says he's trying not to focus on that I would love to be the one that's more yes but you cannot be all day for a state that they are all day thinking about what's your neighbor half on Saturday Serena Williams was trying for her twenty fourth major victory which would have tied her with the women's record but Bianca undress coup denied that shot Williams called her own level of playing quote inexcusable this is the worst match I've played alternately and it's hard to know that you could do better nineteen year old on dress because win gives Canada it's first grand slam singles
Canadian teenager Bianca Andreescu beats Serena Williams 6-3, 7-5 in U.S. Open final for first Grand Slam title
"Serena Williams lost her bid to tie the all time record for grand slam singles titles losing to Canadian Bianca and rescued today six three seven five at the US open the hard hitting nineteen year old challenged Williams power through the match isn't fended awfully come back from the six time US open champ address go is the first Canadian women a woman rather to win a major the professional
Serena Williams to face 19-year-old Bianca Andreescu in US Open final
"True the u._s. open and another dominant performance from serena williams she cruised in straits pass number five seed elina spit alina six three six want advances to the final where she will face bianca and rescue on saturday looking at time margaret court's all time record twenty four grand slam titles. I would definitely plan if i had already passed it <hes> but i've had so many chances to pass it and today a lot more so but it's cool because i'm playing an era with so many five errors amazing players yeah. No i think you look at the span of career in the players that i've played. It's amazing and i was able to get this many another day another another record-setting win yesterday. She becomes her tenths career u._s. Open finals appearance that breaks tie with chris evert for the most finals in the open been arab
"bianca" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"I have this baggage legalism and i don't. I want my heart. I pray to god none of my kids have sex. They get married if they do gonna love them and tell them what god's best is. I'm tom god died for that. You're forgiving forgiving your claim. Let's carry on <hes>. I just i bring a lot to the table there. I love it that i just. I do not want people to feel shame for that. I'm excited i'm. I'm excited to hear people's thoughts on like what you just said. 'cause i'm in your same camp. I don't hear anybody saying that so <hes>. I always ask people this when i finished. What are you loving. And what are you reading. Do you have anything that you're like. Oh i got to tell you about this. I'm really loving this. I mean okay so we're talking about vanity and maintenance and all that stuff there is his face vase oil from cora k. o. r. a. I love it. It's like twenty bucks from sephora. The travel sizes twenty dollars but alas of really longtime the the bottles in a little bit more but i love it. I feel like my skin feels hydrated. It's the summer months. I feel like it's it's not heavy. It's light. I love it and <hes> what am i reading. <unk> actually read multiple books at one time. I drive people crazy yeah. I'm reading a kate bowlers book. I read it. I read it a year ago but i felt like i needed to read it again again. Everything you need to read it okay. You need to read it. I have some friends who are going through cancer and so i wanted to revisit it again and she just so real because she's just a real. I love her back. I actually it was republished in hardback okay. I think i must have a hard back then yeah okay. She's she's on another copy hardback. It's it's really good so beautifully written love it and then <hes> brave brown the lead the lead wind yeah clearly. I'm horrible with titles y'all. I'm like the worst p._r. Firm will you send them your placeholder and they put it on a book exactly exactly yes. I'm reading the books <hes> right now and then we are launching our school leadership ships. I'm reading all of those books as well leadership pain by sam-chan deep and wide andy stanley <unk> of the most high or something like that by a wtrw bianca okay. It's a joy. I love any time with you jamie. I have a question for you before we go for go. What was the thing that you forgot to pack this strip. Oh i forgot forgot to pack panties. Yes i did i did. They set you up for this well. I did as i did as i said hey hey <hes> oh gosh what on earth so i forgot i always forgot. I forgot to pack underwear and i had a decision. Make aac dry wear the same ones for three days or do i go without underwear today and wash them in the sink and drama on the patio and so they're they are out on the patio. This is a whole new level of our friendship. I'm seeing your underwear and i i just wow this is awesome. They are i got to where thomas put him on the balcony so we'll thank you jamie. I love chatting with you l. of talking with you i loved what you think i love the way that you push and pride and i'm so excited connect with your listeners as well.
"bianca" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Hide. You're like oh my gosh. Stop contest on the bachelorette. You just go to coffee. How about the right way yeah you. You know what i people. Ask like. I actually will like hey. What's your favorite decade. Do you know that you could not pay me enough money to go back to my early. Twenty s really oh bianca gotcha but it was a mess. You're twenty one and you said that you got passion. Why were you mess. Oh i was working. Transformation took a long time. It took a wha ah took a while. I just like maybe it's like my like eight nine. Seventeen to twenty one was some rough years or may. I was living living large and <hes> and incharge and in charge of everything but what i mean by that is it's hard. It's hard. I look at my kids. You have kids. How old are hello. You're i've a fifteen year. Outstep son into third channel stepped up okay. That's i mean that's where i'm into. I've got fifteen fourteen thirteen eleven and i look at them and i just say this is a really hard day needs to grow up in sir relationships because of our technology and i i would imagine sound like an old mom here but i would imagine most generation say this is a really hard time grew up because we change we add and we grow which is good but i just look and i think man it is. It's difficult right now to <hes> to be sold out for the lord and to be quote unquote normal and to have these like dating and all the things i mean it's just hard right. I i i i wouldn't want it. That's what i mean but now here we are. We're in charge of helping helping our children right and the next generation the next generation we.
"bianca" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"I just want this walk with god to be sincere and everyone laughed because everyone knew she was just fouls like crazy lifestyle loved brawl and she wasn't very she wasn't very jesus seasons. I shall say and <hes> so we prayed and we prayed in good faith and i did pray in good faith i really did but if you look at her life it's kind of like whoa no what's going to happen it hard and present heart art and prisons hard and its survival of the fittest literally is and so she gets transferred. She's there for six months gets called into the office and they they told they sat down and said we see the amazing transformation of who you are as a person in your character you wanna let you know that you will serve a six six more months here ear but then you'll be released and she was absolved from six years of a ten year sentence and true to her word. She was released on a thursday this day. She rolls up to church on sunday. She found a church by googling church near me okay. She sat in the very last row and at the beginning of worship she turns to her right and who does she see security guard that she beat up a jail that she was sent to solitary confinement. She stands up the security guard stands up walks over to her embraces her and says you are not an incarcerated inmate you my sister in christ. They hug. They cry bridget gets baptized. British reunited reunited with her daughter and her granddaughter that was born. She was in prison in bridget found out that was going back to the jail that i prayed with her. She drove two hours to see amy and to tell me how much her life has changed and she still jesus. It's stories like that where you think you have to think you have faith in god. Just blows does your mind. It's it's literally. The fusion's three twenty moment where you're like. God is doing exceedingly abundantly beyond all that we ask imagined. I that i did not know you're we're gonna stay to the right was the president was the guard right i mean i had a list of who could have been that wasn't on the list that i love that yeah. I love how god is is working that i know you're having this conversation because bianca is just simply the best but i want to thank our sponsors because they make the happy hour possible today. Show is brought to you by rossi's it's no surprise that rossi's has over one thousand nearly perfect reviews. Here's why they're stylish stylish. They're sustainable. They're comfortable and get this. You guys they're washable so really basically. They're the perfect flaps for life on the go. I have a pair of route the things.
"bianca" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"And no more of what you love or what you want or what you hate. If there's anything okay friends here is my conversation with my friend bianca bianca welcome to the happy hour. I'm so excited to be here jamie. I think i have a little bit of pant vivo staring at your pants. I'm telling you so bright right and colorful. I just got these my stitch fix box and there may twelve weeks. You don't know stitch fake made well made wells with sticks. I is my first time to get made well and my stitch fix <hes> aw well done. That's what i thought dude door. They're so adorable or people who cannot see your amazing pants look at navy blue with like different colors of coral and periwinkle well and accents of glue and their role and fluey. Yes very comfortable on them and you look amazing. Thank you <hes> while you just flew in a did from london. I did and i wish it was directly here but it was i connected and j._f._k. And new york jesus take all the wheels. Thank god josh. I know it was a little bit difficult to get to though it's not like it's a major hub. Yeah yeah yeah so <hes>. I'm so glad you're here doubt for those of you listening for a long time. You are on a longtime go years ago. It was three years ago my gosh you know and then your sister's been on this year. I know i know so. This is the year for you guys now super fine. I i mean i think i hope your audience get confused because jasmine have very very small voices while i was telling least share before we have a live studio audience. They let me get some clapping some <hes> <hes> i was telling them before you got here that i interviewed jasmine and i was like as i was talking to her. I clearly no. It's not you i main. Hello i'm there. I know it's not you but you guys also have similarity in your hand motions and your expressions and your voices. It's weird so crazy. It's weird you're and then when we're around each other okay so for those that don't know she's my twin sister so it's not just she's my sister near each other unintentionally so we'll be having a conversation than other sentences in fact. My parents told us when we were little we had our own language so we would just be sitting there having phone conversations we'd laugh. We'd cry but we only. We knew what we were saying that. That's the best weird. I think twins are really weird. Do you have that like has anything ever happened in our lives and you knew wit but hold your ninth birthday what yours at nineteen ninety-two idea ninety three's around there we are at the junction which was like v place out of course yeah and and <hes> it was that song walk like indigestion well clock and show yes and then you had to like kind of like skate like the best one who won the best who danced conjunction one at ici well jasmine was on one end of the state rank and i had no idea where she was but apparently she won this ticket in her excitement. She comes out the skating arinc in somebody knocks over will only complete other side often. It'll shooting pain in my leg. Oh shoot hey and then i see my mom has red hair so crossbar across the skating rink. I see my mom's right hair and i'm limping over to my mom. I finally my mom thinking..
"bianca" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Day. Let me tell you why a couple of reasons number one yesterday. My kids started school now. I love summer over and come next april. I'm going to be counting down the days until summer. I also very much love routine and so i love school. I love all that comes with school. I love football games james. I love thanksgiving vacation. I love routine so my kids started school yesterday. We have one in highschool three in middle school. I can't even believe it when this is coming out on wednesday. Stay i will be coming home from l._a. I went out to l._a. I'm so excited. I will be joining the show better together in a couple of months and so it was so fun to film with them. The other thing that is exciting is just this past weekend. We had our fourteenth and fifteenth night of happy hour live in the most beautiful venue. We've been in yet today out here. In austin almost the dripping springs which is where i live and it was just phenomenal. It was beautiful. It was gorgeous. It was funny. I got to meet so many of you listener so if you get to come thank you thank. You thank you if you didn't get a calm. I hope we get to come to another one but today i wanna tell you about our guests. We have a super great show for you. Our guest is bianca. Altaf bianca. Doc is a friend of mine. We met a candle of years ago. She's been on the show before in fact. It was almost exactly three years ago. She was in august of two thousand sixteen episode number one hundred and three three how can we we have this many episodes under our belt but go back and listen to other conversation with bianca. Bianca is a pastor. She's a wife she's step mom. She's a friend to so many. She's a powerhouse speaker. I love sitting under her teens. She is funny and engaging and full of truth from the word. She has a new book out at the end of the month. It's called how to have your life. Not suck becoming today. Who you want to be tomorrow. You can actually pre-order it right now and when you pre-order it. There's some great goodies that you get. I know i mentioned pre ordering sometimes but let me just tell you. I think it's important. It really helps the author it helps the distributors of books know the demand and so when you do that says hey people want this book so preordered if you can today we have such a great great conversation bianca and i sat down when we were both in charlotte north carolina a couple of weeks ago at the she speaks conference. We talked today about building up leaders something that she's passionate about it. I am as well we talk about the next church plant for their church that hurt her has a mass started and let me tell you you're going to die when you find out where it is. I literally am so excited. I cannot stop thinking thinking about it. We talk about dating culture talk about sex. It is a great girlfriends conversation. You're gonna love it okay before we jump into my conversation with bianca. I wanna remind you about something. I've mentioned this this whole month but i just want to make sure that you don't miss it. I want to tell you about the survey that we have going on right now. The reason we're doing this survey is because gosh. We've love making happy hour shows for you. It's what we do. We love it so much but we went to know what you love what he wished we did different. Who do you wanna wanna hear from. What events have you been a part of that. You really like we want to make sure that we're giving you the best content and we want to listen to what our listeners want to know so we need your help. We'd love it if you took a survey. It's a short survey. It's gonna take you five to seven minutes. Go to jamie dot com slash.
"bianca" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"So just Bianca Ryan, I'm on Instagram, and I like, basically kind of film everything about my life on their on Graham story. So that's at fischel Bianca Ryan. And then I'm on Twitter at Bianca Ryan. And then Facebook, I don't know how many people use Facebook pages. But I'm on. There has Facebook dot com. Mm slash official Bianca Ryan. And then you go to my website, just young dot com. Which has like everything has like my music what I'm up to news updates. My the I don't know if you saw the makeup line that I came out with a makeup line. Yeah. I just I I'm always doing something for you. Always. I just can't I can't sleep without doing something. Well, you know, what that's ler success happens. Yeah. And that's why I love like when I saw that you start at your business as well. Because it's just it's really good to like inspire other girls and other females to like start those little independent businesses startup companies and everything can be done on the internet. Now, you know true. You just gotta have leg hashing in Lysol. My stock piles like literally in my garage. Yeah. Wow. I twenty four while I'm running house. That's amazing different. Get it girl. That's that's excess when you have a garage. Okay. This last questions from me. Why did the old man fall in the well, I don't know because he couldn't see that. Well. Thanks so much and the session. Thanks
"bianca" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"I'm just wave. You simply as ice. You ain't know that him above it. Ain't okay. Sweat you against sweatshop. I don't do that. I want you to take. Down. Looks like. Ninety three. Three thing. Yes, sir. Standard. Right now. Com. Bianca? Indeed. Come on. You're with me..