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"house co" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

09:13 min | 3 weeks ago

"house co" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Maniac Dare Me and Harper House Co host of the film podcast. I saw what you did. An author of the new book, The Ugly Cry. A memoir, Danielle. Welcome to think. Thank you so much, Chris for having me By all accounts, your mom had a stable childhood with loving parents and a supportive extended family, which she rebelled against in a major way by running away with your father. How long was it before your grandparents even knew where she had gone? Uh, it was months It was months. It was about three or four months. And they this is back in the seventies. And so you know, they did file a missing persons report. But they finally found her when they checked an old phone bill from a few months before she left and dial the number that was unfamiliar to them, and she picked up And basically said, Yeah, I'm here like no big deal. Yeah, like I'm here with my boyfriend and, uh, I'm pregnant, and that is how it's gonna go. And it was just shocking to to my grandmother that that was her choice, but my mom's always been pretty Pretty resolute in doing what she wants to do. So your mom had your brother. She was pregnant with you when she was sort of dragged back home by your grandmother. You see that as the first sacrifice your mother ever made for you. Will you explain that? Yeah, she didn't want to come home of her own volition. What had happened was a friend of hers in North Carolina, wrote a letter to my grandmother and said, You know, it seems like Robin comes from a good family, and she's just not being treated well here, so we're just not sure what she's doing. Um, you know, they explained that my father was cheating on her. That she was living. You know, they were living in a trailer on the edge of his family's property, I suppose, um, and that she just didn't think that, you know, she could tell that my mom came from people that loved her. So that was the kind of pushed that my family needed to ask her to come home. For the sake of of Corey, my brother and I And my great grandmother sent her the bus ticket. And she took the bus back, You know, pregnant and with one when you're old, and she took the bus back up to New York, and my grandfather met her at the Port authority and was just kind of shocked at The sight of her because she was very, um You know, my grandma. My grandparents had always dressed their Children, very respectably and and stylishly and she was kind of in, you know, hand me down men's clothes that were torn and have holes in them and She looked pretty ragged. Um, but that's why I was born in New York State, and my brother was born in North Carolina. Your grandmother who played a big part in raising you loved you unconditionally, but she was not a conventional grandmother. So tell her tell us a little bit about what made her different from like the grandma's You saw on TV. Yeah, she's she is not ever baked cookies. Um, she doesn't participate in any kind of, you know, shawl game or loving hugs or, you know, Grandma will will do anything for you kind of vibe. She is. Fiercely independent, very much herself very much. Her own person. She loves horror movies. Uh, so we were exposed to horror films from the day I was born, uh, because she wanted to watch them. And a lot of her parenting advice comes from horror films where, you know, she quit kids in the on TV and say, you know, see those kids in the woods messing around and getting murdered? That's why you don't hang out in the woods and I'm like, Yeah, but we live in the woods. So what are you saying? And she's just tell it like it is person like she she is it is in Cape. She's incapable of sugarcoating anything so all information is handed down with an intensity and ferocity that is unmatched. It's important to her has always been important to her that you were tough talk about some of the things she did in service to making you tough enough to sort of survive in this world. She taught me how to fight by punching me in the face. Uh, That was her. Her first lesson in defending myself Physically was she taught me how to you know she she put up her dukes and said, What's the first thing you do, and someone's going to throw a punch? And I was like, I don't know. Put your thumbs out and she, you know, kind of clocked me in the forehead and said, No, you've got to block it. That was her first act, But I think that, um More emotional. And she wanted to make me tough by kind of not letting me she didn't really let me rest in sadness or discomfort, which really wasn't beneficial to me as as a child or even as a young adult, Um She was very quick to kind of want to alleviate pain or sadness by just moving through it and pushing through it and ignoring it. And that doesn't always work for everyone. And it certainly didn't work for me. You know, I had a lot of Lot of sadness and a lot of depression, and she just couldn't understand why. You know, I was unable to just move on. But that was her way of toughening me up, you know? There was a point later on when her best friend died. And she did. Sort of shut down. You were a teenager at the time. I mean, it must have been Unfathomable to see her unable to function. Unfathomable and terrifying. You know, this is the person that I always depended on to be. That foundational strength for all of us, and I didn't You know, I kind of saw in her in that moment of vulnerability that I didn't I've never seen her before, and her best friend was killed in a car accident. A drunk driver hit her best friend Patsy while she was backing out of her driveway and It was devastating for everyone. And it was. It was sad for me because you know this person that had been in my life forever, literally since the day I was born, um, was no longer around, but I think you know, I didn't realize that my grandmother had felt so deeply for people because I'd never seen her. You know, expressed love for people in a typical way. Um, so to see her mourning that loss and feeling that sadness was was really scary to me because I didn't know if she'd be able to recover because it's something that she'd never experienced before, Um, in front of me, So I think that It changed something for me to see her vulnerability and to acknowledge that side of her So we should say that yours was one of a very small number of black families in your town in upstate New York and at one point, not just a classmate. But this classmates, parents Called you the n word and your mom came in to defend. You may be one of the only times you felt defended by her. Yeah, that that was in kindergarten. Sadly, you know, I kind of joked that there's only a handful of Black people in the town where I was raised and I was related to four of them. So, uh, it was very quite predominantly white. Um and I kind of wrote about that moment in a way that was both. I think, both humorous but also sad because the humor for me came in the fact that I truly had never heard that word before, and I had no idea what they were saying to me. And so when I went home and said, like, you know, Mom, what's the n word? And she was like what? She was shocked and immediately you know, we lived right around the corner from the school and immediately marched me back to the school and picked up a branch. Along the way, and then just started. You know, she she found. I told her who said that to me, and they pointed them out, and she just went in on this family. It was yelling at them and swinging the branch and Was just so upset. And it was a strange time to realize not just the power of language but the power of motherhood. I never felt that from her before, and that defense nous the defense of me and that fierceness um But it kind of showed me a different side of her as well. And that's really what I kind of discovered in writing. This book is, you know, I was finding grace and all these different moments with my mother. Because we went on to have, you know no relationship at all. And but I also kind of was finding grace with myself, and I was also kind of trying to to craft a narrative that Really just exemplified how, even at a very young age, you can be so deeply affected by such horrible and traumatic language. And so it really was like a discovery of language for me In that moment that really sat with me for the rest of my life. You also share this memory of, I guess finding a roll of cash when your family was at.

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"house co" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"house co" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"New Jersey news from INGE, a one on 15 dot com. An Army soldier from Brooklyn and a 16 year old are accused of killing another soldier and leaving his body in the woods of North Jersey. Sussex County prosecutors are saying 23 year old Jamal Mellish of Brooklyn and a male teen or charged with motor felony murder and kidnapping as well is weapons possession in the death of 20 Road, Corporal Hayden Harris. We're on. The story can be found in N. J one on 15 dot com. Jerseys. Advanced Autonomous Vehicle Task Forces issued a new report that makes this serious have recommendations on how to get the Garden state ready for cars and trucks that drive themselves. State Senator Tom Kean Jr says. While different states need to work together, you've got to make sure there's gonna be a federal partner to this that that's at some point from safety perspective. Other states have have researched that to understand whether the technology exists to meet that standard. Report finds autonomous vehicles have the potential to provide a range of benefits, including mobility, efficiency and fewer accidents. Full House co star Lori Laughlin is out of prison after a two month sentence for bribing to get her two daughters into college. Bachmann's husband, fashion designer Maas, Emoji, newly Still serving his five month sentence. I'm Chad Robertson download our free app to listen. Live anywhere and get instant New Jersey news, weather and traffic from New Jersey one on 1.5 heading out tonight. Take us with you fast traffic. Instant Weather, Jersey News and jersey views. It's all here weeknights on New Jersey one a 1.5.

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"house co" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

04:24 min | 10 months ago

"house co" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"On the ring on it is maybe the one good guy thing that I've seen a Paparazzi too all quarantine. It's like pause. It's like a positive everyone's like a positive vibe that they're. That they they're not like mad that they found out from a Paparazzi they're just saying. That it is, that's a thing and the Braxton family has been so dark corentin and now there's good news So next up. We'll forget news to this news Miami Alec. Now and I saw this maybe I'll end up cutting this on the episode. When did she not like vaccines like Oh, when was a thing that people were saying like, Oh, she's like vaccines or did she say it? She wrote a book that she didn't give her kids every vaccine and she explains in this video she's like I was never an anti Baxter had like issues with the number of vaccines my kids. God and it was misinterpreted by the press but she was it was very personal. So I. It's just like you don't even know all the details and even that made me think like my. You should know better than took a very nuanced explanation of your kids vaccine life in your memoir if you're not gonNA, provide all the details to give people the full story like don't put anything about it because people are just GonNa get mad. It was stupid of her to put that in her book to begin with. But for five years, people have been like. MIAMI ALEC is an anti vaccination because she doesn't get back scenes. She released a very long video et Canada covered it, and it said this quote this year going to do something I literally haven't done in thirty years. I'm going to get a vaccine and there's a video that might be Alec released called Amazon Antibac- vaccine, and it's like the moment you have to release. A video called Amazon Anti Vaccine Your Youtube something has gone wrong like so many things have gone wrong in your life that like i. don't even know what to tell you at this point, but she is getting a flu shot and she's getting a Co vaccine and so were her kids and she's very proud of herself. Great. Good. The reason I wanted to bring. This up is reading about this being like Oh. This is so dumb. I am be Alec is so boring. She sucks this is so stupid. She made all these mistakes. How is it not obvious and then I see in the middle of the Canada website in the middle of the copy it says related Andrea Barber almost ran over Big Bang theory star find be allocated. No one me about this Kimmy Gabler almost ran over blossom. That's fan fiction. I'm sorry wait. Why does Andrea Barber get? No like description of what she does and Miami Alec gets a description of what she does. That's a really good point. That's a real thing. They were shooting on the same lot and then like Andrew Barbara backed up almost ran over Miami. Alec and we know this because she said they were our neighbours just across twenty five I almost ran over Miami Alec One time and I'm dying to meet her and apologize they've never met. Not. Only beechy almost run over my MBA. Alex never met after that situation she didn't introduce herself after almost running over at my Mba Alec. Then it ends with another piece of story that needs like following up that. Didn't do the work. It says Barbara forty-three also admitted she has told her Fuller House Co Jodi, sweeten that she has a crush on her what. There are all these little threads dangling from the story about Miami Alec. Suddenly being in vaccination. Well, these are way more interesting than my MBA like being like vaccines like this. Yeah who cares but like I mean people do care you know what I mean but I'm just saying like this all of this, all stuff is way more fun juicy versus that thing you know meanwhile kimmy Giller might be out here being bisexual or having a crush on Jodi sweeten give me a little piece of this. This is interesting Gimme little piece of this. You almost ran mind Bialik and didn't stop to say hello like this would fuller house was about I didn't watch it because like sounds great. Wasn't it wasn't about this. What's own? No, not this we're not. I know we it's just I. Know You can't like open a tab without seeing that like Julian huff in Brussels are like maybe going to reconcile and I actually don't know how serious to take this like there are. Several was Kinda like. You're going to get back together what? What. What What if they're the snow owls? What if that's their revealed that they're back together what now tabloids are just laying the groundwork for the ultimate revealed ended up getting active other well also don't want to hear it because I didn't Forgotten Watch Matt Singer and do my guesses for this episode may be an episode in the future I'll do it but like I'm sorry I forgot to. But. They're not. They're not the snow. No stop. What if they are? No..

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"house co" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

09:12 min | 10 months ago

"house co" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"So we'll do it by secure video conference or secure. Phone. So let the the government's doing well, the president's doing well, and I'm not going to address hypotheticals but we do have a We have plans for everything national security. Council director Robert O'Brien speaking to CBS's Margaret Brennan Dr. Meena. Just this is taking me back for a second to our discussion of the potential side effects of Edessa Methadone treatment. I mean if you were on the president's medical team, what kinds of What kinds of symptoms medically would you be looking for? That would raise the question of the president's ability to discharge his duties of office. I think. I'm not a psychiatrist, but I I would certainly want the president hope that while his on-deck Smith is in particular he's getting regular psyche bells you know is, is he getting those psyche vows? I would be Kinda surprised to be honest. but I hope that they are doing that and having trained psychiatrists who are able to evaluate any. Really what you what you want to know is does he have any change from his baseline? Is he acting in any way? That's a inappropriate that that isn't quite himself and any evidence at all that he might. Be, compromised in his ability to make. Appropriate decisions for for the country. Every small decision that somebody in his position makes you know has the potential to affect millions if not billions of people on Earth, and so we need to ensure at every step of this process that he is maintaining his his most appropriate baseline. And I hope that he's getting evaluations on a very regular basis while he's being treated. Well Dr Michael Mina is an assistant professor of epidemiology. Immunology Infectious Disease at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health. Thank you so much for joining us today. Dr Meena. Absolutely yeah. Much Paula Reid hang on here for just a second. We'll have a lot more to talk about when we come back. This is on point. This is on point. Meghna Chakrabarti tomorrow on the show we're going to be talking about education in the era of the corona virus because most kids in the United States of school age are back in school. Maybe it's online all remote, maybe hybrid maybe it's in person but the pandemic way back when in. March. According to some education experts gave this country a chance to rethink what education could be for the twenty first century. Did that actually happen? So we are going to talk with those two professors of education again checking in with. Them, seven months later and teachers and educators and parents. Will you tell us how are you approaching school right now what's working and what's not call us with your story at six one, seven, three, five, three, zero, six, eight, three, that six, one, seven, three, five, three, zero, six, eight, three. That's four tomorrow's program. Today we are talking about the confusion and chaos around the truth regarding the health of the president of the United. States I'm joined today by Paula Reid. She is a correspondent White House correspondent Justice Department Department correspondent for CBS News. And joining us now as well is Olivia Troy. She began her career in homeland, security, and national security after the attacks of September eleventh in two thousand one, she served at the Pentagon in the George W. Bush administration continued her government service at the Department of Homeland Security and the office of the vice president, and then as an aide to vice. President Mike Pence on the White House Co Task Force. She left that work in August Olivia Troy welcome to you. Thank. You may not thank you for having me I just WanNa play for you a clip from the president from just yesterday and it's the one the video he sent out just before he. Climbed into that armored SUV to greet his supporters outside of Walter Reed. It's been a very interesting journey. I learned a lot about Cova. Learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. This isn't the let's read the book school and I get it. I understand it and it's Very, interesting thing going to be letting you know about it. And here's how one physician at Walter Reed Dr James Phillips A non-military attending physician reacted at reacted to that he was on CNN. The idea that this would be cleared without any medical indication is absurd the only the only reason why someone with covid nineteen, severe covid nineteen causing hypoxia on Multiple Ivy Drugs should it be leaving? The hospital would be an ambulance to be transferred to a higher level of care. There is no higher level of care than what our president is currently getting Olivia wanted to play those moments of the many moments over the past weekend just to to ask you. how would you judge what the White House is response or handling of the information around the health? The president has been over the past two or three days. Made I think this is no different than what we have seen play out from day one of the pandemic unfortunately made this has so many national security implications and continuity of government implications. I never, WanNa see the president sick you know I'm a Patriot and I've been. In this profession for quite some time on the other hand. I have to say that. The president saying that he now can lead on it because he's personally experienced at while he's actually still a contagious. Individual and still potentially not out of. not, out of the woodwork I mean, he's still not out of the realm of possibility that he could take a turn for the worst and I'm praying that he doesn't but. I I'm shocked that he would say this publicly when. US In. America, have been waiting for him to lead on this from day. What not just because it now has touched him and he is now part of the experience that the rest of the country has been feeling. Can you take us inside the White House prior to your departure in August I mean, what was what was the attitude around mask where how close do people get to each other? They doubt I mean the White House is the West Wing is very small. People work in very close proximity to each other. In this situation, it would be prudent for every single person to be wearing a mask just as a precaution for themselves and each other their families and also for the president and the vice president. But you know it's much is Dr Calmly tried to implement protocols and others I, know the Deputy National Security Adviser Nap Pottenger saw got very strongly about this from day one he was one of the first people we wearing a mask back in January. No one really adhered to the policy. It just wasn't taken seriously, but it's like we lived in the White House bubble where somehow we thought that this virus wouldn't penetrate. How virus works, it's you know it doesn't discriminate doesn't matter where you are. And I mean it was. So it sounds like there was pressure to not wear masks. I felt that I hit. I was always very cognizant. I always told myself of my hand washed my hands every day I tried everything to do not to touch commentary says because for me, I didn't want to be that person infected the vice president who I worked very closely with and I think it was just a culture where people. In the White House at the most senior political levels never never took it. Took it seriously they at times. They just didn't think it was real. They thought it was overblown and when you walked into the room and the mask, you've got the looks union people. Roll. Their eyes. It was just a very awkward situation. So Alluvia, really appreciate your perspective here from having been in the room and also your long career as a national security expert for for the United States because, of course, in issues of national security information management is of vital importance and that also applies in pandemic management, right? I mean in the case of pandemic management sort of a clear sober recitation of the facts to. To the American people really really matters. So I mean honestly how? Would you judge what the White House has been doing around the facts of the the president's health over the past couple of days I think it's a prime case of the White House spin and how they handle the pandemic overall. I think you're watching Dr..

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"house co" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"house co" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"Never. Life always pretty. He's pretty beautiful. Back a little mouth. Up because. Kick. Four. With amy happy Thursday everybody. You know I gotta say. I'm pretty excited about today's episode because my sister is on, and she's talking about how my eating disorder affected her for the many years that I was in it, and then we also get into what it's like for her. Now that I'm in recovery, and so that's pretty much. We cover in the first thing, and then in the second thing we discuss what can contribute to eating disorder development because. While I had an eating disorder. My sister, who I'm very close to and had the same experience as me as a child. You know with our dad leaving which my original therapist told me that's likely. What prompted my eating disorder to start I disagree with that a little bit now, but anyway my sister didn't have the same body issues that I have so we go over some that, and then in the third thing we talk, Abou lies, that can inner our head now if you have had any type of disordered eating body image stuff, you've got lies in your head all the time that you got a shutdown, but my sister again, not having struggled with an eating disorder. She gets bonus shares, the lies that chief feels in her head, and some of it that started when she was younger and now. Even affects her as an adult. Now you got to like. Get rid of that. Get rid of the lies and quiet them then in the fourth thing I share nine ways to squash food guilt. I thought that that was a good way to to wrap up our our conversation, because in the first thing here how I have the food freedom now and I'm no longer living with with the guilt. I used to feel if I were to eat a certain way, so. A little bit of an episode that. Is a follow up to outweigh kinda except for Lisa's not here for it and just me and my sister and I. Really Appreciate Christie for. Coming on and getting honest with me during our talk, because she says things to me that she has ever said to me before, and it was good for us to have this discussion and Y'all are getting to hear it, and for me, I'm thankful to be on the other side of things, because live without disordered eating outweighs everything, and that's why Lisa I titled Are Disordered Eating Series Outweigh because it really really does, and you'll hear. About how my life is better without all the eating and body crab that I was going through. You'll hear about that in today's episode, so I just hope it's an encouragement to a lot of you before we get into the first thing I want to quickly. Shout out my sisters, cute, little coffee shop Colorado. If you need awesome coffee, you can order it from her, and she has other super cute gifts on her website, too is well in its route house. HOUSE CO DOT COM and on instagram there at root, House Co seriously some of the best coffee ever. We just ran out and she to visit me. She didn't even bring me. Coffee Chrissy Hello Rodney coffee now. You're going to have to ship me some, so it really is great. You can get whole being or if you want grounds. Just make sure you let her know and they'll grinded up for you and get it in the mail and super awesome. Again on Instagram at Route House Co, and speaking of Instagram Mary and I are going to be doing a Friday night. Live on a spa this Friday night. So that's at shop a SPA. If you WANNA join us for that and we just want to talk to you all about a couple of things. First and foremost the new hunger games book because Mary's done with it and I'm almost done with it and I. Know a lot of you're reading it and we just got to talk about some things. We also have a new four things, gratitude journal, and then works and our newest neon pink..

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"house co" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"house co" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Long the dry weather last find my forecast anytime on the WSB radio app typical fake news I said Joe Biden's response to Trevor Noah asking the things that he's worried always you talk about the voting in Georgia or something I said you know that as an example yeah I said Joe Biden's response was this you know the rapidly rising in with with the I don't know busted guilty that was fake news what was his real response all right I've got a right here my greatest concern my single greatest concern this president is trying to steal this election this is a guy who said that all mail in ballots are fraudulent the direct voting by mail while he sits behind the desk in the oval office and writes his mail in ballot to vote in the primary this is a guy you have twenty three I believe these states have passed over over a eighty two pieces of legislation making it harder for people to vote and hard yeah that's what we're putting together a major initiative lawyers are I have a no I don't have to okay rattling on this list what's going on here and it really is first of all if trump loses he's gonna leave the White House he went on to say the military will remove him from the White House this is not going to happen but what is wrong by both sides with Stacey Abrams is doing here in Georgia and what Joe Biden is doing and what by the way trump is doing by suing CNN because he doesn't like a poll because of the way the question was asked polls have been like that for ever if they would have asked the questions use the same methodology Mister president you would have liked the outcome you wouldn't be suing both sides have got to stop doing this both sides are setting up their followers to believe that the election was stolen from them not because you have to have the military to escort anybody out because we cannot Hey political parties never give us arrest we cannot have a day off so whoever wins in November the next day the other half of the country has to feel like it was stolen and rather than doing a couple years of actual governance we're just going to restart we're just going to start the twenty twenty four cycle and the side that loses I guarantee you whether they're Democrats or Republicans are going to scream rigs are going to say it was stolen and this is never going to end until we get good leadership sometimes they come out of nowhere we need good leaders who can unify us right now we don't have that way to go Democrats way to go Republicans way to go left way to go right don't worry about the actual country worry about yourselves if you are correct on the day after election in November how come I can predict it now that whichever side loses is going to scream but it was raped and screamed but it was stolen from them and that's all we'll here for four years tell me how that's possibly true if on this date I can tell you I'm know what's going to happen and it doesn't matter who wins and who loses the fact that the answer is it can't it can't these politicians in these political parties do not give a damn about you or the health of this nation they only care about their own personal power before we get out of here for the week I want to make sure we do this story this is out of New Zealand so it will be key ways and I this is actually kind of interesting kind of a a pretty liberal society over there they're not very puritan so they're dealing with the fact that the teenagers are going on seeing online porn and so they do this public service announcement was kind of weird might be effective I don't know but it's at least funny so the idea here is that two porn stars guy the girl appeared to be nude they knocked on the door mother in a house co answers the door and they start talking to her about the sun downloading.

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"house co" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

The Philosopher's Zone

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"house co" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

"This is an ABC podcast. So House Co the nineteen lockdown trees. You you starting to feel like each day is just a repeat of the one before time. Ticking away in a repetitive monotonous. Kind of loop. A you bored. I'm David Rutledge. You're in the philosophy zone and stay with me because this week. We're taking boredom by the scruff of the neck and giving it a bit of a shake not with the I'm of overcoming boredom but more interrogating it because when you pay close attention to boredom what you find can be surprisingly interesting and I'm joined this week by one of the world's leading philosophies of these underrated facet of human experience and my name is Laura Swinson on a professor of philosophy at the inverse Phil Bergen Norway. Las Vinson has been thinking about boredom for over twenty years in nineteen ninety nine. He published a philosophy of boredom which has become something of a classic delve into literature psychology. The G. Popular Culture as well as traditional philosophy. And it's a book with some interesting personal history behind a boredom had become so the dominating theme of my life for quite some time especially at the last year of Writing My PhD dissertation. I was so bored for that entire year. Which also tells us something. We sometimes think being is about not having enough to do. Let's nonsense. I mean the Board Limit. The really heavy workloads can be re during really be the worst so there was that thing going on. Philosophy had lost all its significance for me. I could not see the point to where I was doing. I was doing that was doing capably. But it really didn't matter to me on a personal level. I didn't see any great relevance of what I was doing. In addition to that I was part of this circle of people. We did love clubbing. And when also Senate? There was quite a bit of use recreational drugs and so on in that scene and within one close friends of mine he wanted to spice things up even more perfectly regular MD AMA or go canes wasn't sufficient so in the brilliant idea. Let's try heroin. And the very first time he didn't he leads and died. So it was this dynamic in this media in which you had to push boundaries all the time in order to escape boredom that was always there defining our assistance so for me the little Bookham boredom it was just an explosion. I think I wrote it in ten weeks. It was it was virtually finished. I just had to sit down and type it out. It's interesting to me that your response was to write a work of philosophy rather than taking up carpentry or learning a musical instrument but then I'm reminded that highly go once observed. That philosophy is born in the nothingness of boredom. Is that what happened here? I guess so. It was actually considering to leave philosophy altogether thinking. I have to do something sensible alive but then struck. Perhaps I can use these tools. I have inviting quite acquired studying philosophy for so long to try to come to terms with this thing. Let's defining my entire existence at the moments and what was so strange Writing about boredom made football sophy. Come alive for me again because roads about something that actually sir to me something. I cared about so writing that book on board to made it possible for me to continue to do philosophy and have you since then found yourself bored with philosophy again or always certain kinds of philosophy perhaps of course Academic philosophy can be mind-numbingly boring. Especi- live a sort of academic philosophy. His main ambition is to show some technical provisions. Of course you can't admire certain skill in using of the trade. The thing is that so much with is written only to qualify you for position or something like that. It's not actually meant to be read by anyone whom months at some sort of significance. It's a form of writing that exists in this strange field completely detached from old real human concerns and I think that so much for lawsuit that people write about philosophers problems rather than human problems in that kind of philosophy rarely engages me. Well you've written a very interesting book and in that book you make the distinction between situational boredom and existential boredom. And I'd like to talk about the Lasser in a moment but when it comes to more simple forms of situational boredom the one I find really interesting is repetition because repetition can be deadly boring but also kind of fascinating and and what I want to begin by asking you. Is this if an experience is delightful. Interesting the first time we experience. Then why does that delight? An interest fade over time with subsequent iterations of the same experience. Because there doesn't seem to be any necessary reason why that should happen. Maybe the first time you experienced. It's it's sort of tickles you. It's fun doesn't go much deeper than VATS and through repetition. It becomes clear to you that this is actually pretty shallow because some things can be repeated in different number of times. I mean there are certain Music Bill. Pieces for instance you can listen to them over and over and over and over again. A never grow tired of Brian Enos. Another green earth is one of those albums for me and count the number of times. I've listened to the album. Perhaps some things when we revisit them. There isn't much more there to find other things when you revisit them. You always pick up something new something fresh it of what seems highly repetitive. To some people seem to be to others. I mean some music will seem extremely repetitive. One dimensional to some people worse for others it tears variation say a lot of minimalist music safely gloss to some people that sounds like a really quite stressful repetition of essentially the same notes over and over and over and over again whereas people are used to the musical genre. You're listening for the longer musical line and you with amused actually move by slowly with eleven variation the same with a lot of German music from the seventy S. I think for me. That music contains a lot of namic. Even when you go into bonds such say can junkie leaps out Sir McCoy toilet. I mean he came from jazz but then he went for something to the unfamiliar. Might sound as if it's just doing exactly the same thing over and over again election hit. He's brilliant drummer. You just have to be able to pick up the variation contained in that. Apparently monotonous cuts Olympic dreamt..

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"house co" Discussed on Side Hustle School

Side Hustle School

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"house co" Discussed on Side Hustle School

"Hi everybody. My name is renee cut solar and I am out of Charleston South Carolina and my side. Hustle is Island House Co and my previous episode. Number was four seven three. I really kind of got started with my side. Hustle as just a hobby My husband and I moved to Charleston Three years ago and We didn't really have a lot of family or friends down here so it was just kind of something to do in my spare time. And he's really the one that pushed me to create it Into more than a hobby and so I created an FC Schoff did a lot of local markets in. It's it's just kind of taken off from there. This is actually now my main hustle so since the last time that we spoke I've increased my sales. Montemar on my retailer list has tripled in size and undoing this full-time so before that I was working for a technology company in the U. X. World of of software development. But I've since left and has been doing this fulltime for six months now. I have a retail space. Now which is not really something that was ever on my road. Map or or my plan but So that's that's kind of new development in that's going on very well and I'm kind of in the phase now where I'm still expanding but I'm looking at more strategic things to do so. I'm trying to find somebody that could help me out. Part time with kind of some more of the mundane tasks of packing orders. And keeping up with email Also looking into fulfillment centers because one of things. I've realized that taking most of my time is really just packing orders and getting orders out when when in all reality. My time is spent in creating products. So it's really been a year of growing strategically and trying to understand. You know what my next steps should be in terms of like sales for my business. I I can't remember exactly when I did the the first episode but I feel like I said that I was making maybe a grand a month and that has gone up exponentially so I would. I'll I'll just say this that. In December in November of this past year I I was doing ten thousand a month. So so it's it's definitely gone up in. It's all kind of moving in the right direction. This might sound cliche but it is really put yourself out there and put your work out there like that was one of the things that I had a really hard time with and struggled with and I kind of just like kept to myself and didn't want to post anything on instagram. Unless it was like perfect and it really is just you know. Start putting yourself out there and putting your workout there along with actually doing the work Buffs behind the scenes. I've realized that it's super beneficial to actually go to conferences or go to different meet ups in your city. It's definitely one of those things that like you kinda cringe like you don't WanNa do it but once you're there at least for me I it's it's. I'm so glad that I did it. I guess the one thing that I would share is that along with you. Know doing the the connection making and collaborating with other people in your community and branching out to you know other avenues. Social media is has been huge for me and I know that a lot of people say that you know they're not good at Social Media. They don't quite understand it. There are plenty of lake tutorials and with classes that you could even take online just to get like a refresher course or any more knowledge than what you already have on social media and how powerful it can be. I will say that you know if the time when I started this three years ago. I had this list of retailers that I wanted to reach out to and now retailers are reaching out to me on instagram because of you know the type of content that I'm putting out there and it all kind of goes back to just really understanding social media and how you're talking to your to your consumers and your clients so that would probably just be the other little nugget. I would say that has helped my business tremendously. And it's it's all about being consistent to and having a consistent look and feel to to whatever you're doing so the the consumer is not confused as to what you are trying to sell them all right. Thank you so much name. Here's my favorite part of that update when she was talking about how she now has a retail space which was not something that was ever on her roadmap or her plant show also mentioned that when she started three years ago. She had a list of retailers. She wanted to reach out to and now some of those retailers are reaching out to her because of the content. She's putting out so well done first of all and I was talking this week recently. With bobby rebel host of the financial grownup. Podcast actually did an interview with her. That's coming out next week kind of about this subject about how practice makes progress. You hear that phrase practice makes perfect. It doesn't actually always make perfect. Practice makes progress and what seems inaccessible at first ends up becoming a reality. But you have to take those first steps. So in this story Rene didn't expect to have a retail space at first. She was kind of intimidated to reach out to retailers. Now she's got a retail space of her own and some of those retailers are reaching out to her practice makes progress. Be Sure you're practicing. Be Sure you're doing something for yourself. I am grateful for helping us with this segment. We're GONNA keep doing them throughout twenty twenty. Let me know what you think. And you'd like to see featured. This is our year of interaction. We've got a question. You'd like to update us about your side-hustle just come to satisfy school dot com slash questions. Today's show notes are it's honestly school dot com slash eleven eighty eight one one eight eight. Thank you so much listeners. Have a wonderful morning afternoon or evening. Whatever the case may be my name. Is Chris Gilo? This is side Hustle School.

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"house co" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

RISE Together Podcast

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"house co" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"Get your heart ready all. I am coming to your town. Yep coming in hot big guy. Big Feller the Cyborg sent back from the future to lift your spirits. That's right I am coming into your town for a book tour about my book. That's what the book tours are about their about books. Get Out of your own way. A skeptics guide to grow thin film at Hits Book Shelves Everywhere on March Tenth and to celebrate I am hitting the roads head over to the House Co website or click. The link in this episode's description to get your tickets. I WanNa see you in person. What's book tour event like? Well there's some story time some laughing a little reading from the book push.

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"house co" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

RISE Together Podcast

15:55 min | 1 year ago

"house co" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"Get your heart ready all. I am coming to your town. Yep coming in hot big guy. Big Feller the Cyborg sent back from the future to lift your spirits. That's right I am coming into your town for a book tour about my book. That's what the book tours are about their about books. Get Out of your own way. A skeptics guide to grow thin film at Hits Book Shelves Everywhere on March Tenth and to celebrate I am hitting the roads head over to the House Co website or click. The link in this episode's description to get your tickets. I WanNa see you in person. What's book tour event like? Well there's some story time some laughing a little reading from the book push.

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"house co" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

RISE Together Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"house co" Discussed on RISE Together Podcast

"Get your heart ready all. I am coming to your town. Yep coming in hot big guy. Big Feller the Cyborg sent back from the future to lift your spirits. That's right I am coming into your town for a book tour about my book. That's what the book tours are about their about books. Get Out of your own way. A SKEPTICS GUIDE TO GROWTH IN FILM AT HITS Book Shelves Everywhere on March Tenth and to celebrate I am hitting the roads head over to the House Co website or click. The link in this episode's description to get your tickets. I want to see you in person. What's book tour event like? Well there's some story time some laughing a little reading from the book push to get out of your own way. Maybe a little karaoke a chance to be in community with other humans. Maybe we'll take some pictures together and I just want to go meet every single one of you. I'm excited to meet all of you head over to the House Co Dot Com website and join me on the road. Let's go though Haile. Our next women's conference is only a few weeks away. And if you have never attended before this is the event that will change your life rises a three day women's personal development conference where we laugh until we PR pans and we talk about things and we cry and we find community and we create the roadmap to changing our lives or our businesses. Or whatever it is that you're working on if you want to find out more. You're curious what it's all about. I highly recommend you.

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"house co" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

Start Today Morning Show

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"house co" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

"Creating opportunities and experiences for the marginalized we strive to be the organization filled with people who are more different than alike. We believe that you can't serve a diverse world. If your organization organization isn't a microcosm of that diversity come on third thing better than yesterday. We are growth growth minded. We believe that our only competition is who we were yesterday. We are self aware we are open to feedback back we geek out over personal development and vision boards and signing up for your first ten K.. We celebrate our milestones and cheerlead our team team as they work toward their own. We are self starters lifelong learners and strive for candid and constructive. real-time feedback in order to learn. Learn and grow for plan to succeed. We are intentional. We focus on results not to do. You're clear in our expectations. We anticipate we think before we act. We plan before we execute. We believe that you can achieve achieve anything if you are focused hard working and have a roadmap you intentional. We Are Servant leaders. We are forgiving. We believe that. To whom much is given much is expected we believe that the mantle of leadership comes with immense responsibility. Do we believe in asking. How can I help? We believe in showing up for others with our hands our hearts and our finances we give ten percent of the company Prophet away in service of those who need it. We set the standard for what it means to show up well for others. We choose joy every freaking day. Yes it says that in our manual. Every freaking day we choose is a positive outlook we choose to ground ourselves in gratitude. We want to work in an environment with amazing energy. The kind you can feel whole when you walk through the door we understand that we must make manifest that feeling within ourselves before we can fill the walls of our office with it so we choose laughter and happiness and dancing and smiles. Not because we believe life is always easy or fun but because because we know that even amongst the darkness we can create our own light. That is a good word. So here's the interesting thing too combat-related everyone's like are you hiring we are. We're always hiring. We're hiring we have seven open heads in real time. Listen the the great thing about having a set of core values company values as you get to rally the team to make sure that you're always charging toward that North Star but also it is a vehicle for giving people feedback performance performance wise if someone has decided that they are not going to show up in a positive joyful. Spirit you get to give them feedback against that. If they aren't reaching for personal development or growth you get to give them feedback against that and when you're hiring when you have a potential person come through and you ask them a question like what personal development book are you currently reading. What was the last conference you attended if they give you an an answer that is like I don't know what that means? I don't know I don't read ask growing than you know that. You probably don't have a person who fits. It's that better tomorrow. Standard that you want on your team right absolutely Latin America target mom. We need products in Spanish banish. Absolute one here for that. Someone just asked is that Iraq shirt yes it is rock. Shirts worker in. The room rots my favorite heat. Another about me sound odd minutes run to sound off three four four. Who has done their start to the morning? You you were. Give us a heart or thumbs up if you've already done your start today. Work If you do not know what we're talking about goals into Episodes seventy two of the BRYCE podcasts. I'll give you all the ideas you can do. This daily practice of gratitude unintentional goal setting. It's called the start today. Journal this is called the start today. Show you're starting in your day with intention and focus so you can go listen to that episode end do practice for free or if you want a journal head over to the House Co dot com go who are shop and sorry almost like punch to this place starts daydream also. Did you sign up for last ninety days and to me last year. We didn't didn't you guys sign up if you had already been part of it this year. You have to because we're trying not to annoy people who don't want to be part of the challenge. It is a community-wide challenge. It is totally free. It is about living the last ninety days of the year as intentionally as you tend to start the first thirty sign up for the email lists every Monday. DOC are think everybody you get an email because it's every week there's a new thema every Monday you'll get an email with the theme of the week some work that you can do to unpack it. It seems like goal setting and health and fitness and relationships in gratitude in different things that will help carry us through the New Year motivation motivation of other people crashing and burning into the end of December. You're like oh I'll just restart in January. We're like no no. There's no such thing as a restart. This is your one precious life. Stop throwing away months of it. What if you actually spent the last few months of the year as as an on boarding ramp for twenty twenty twenty? Here's the good news. I checked yesterday. Seventy two thousand people. Seventy two thousand people on September tenth had already signed up twenty more days until we start challenge. I am throwing a personal challenge to this community. We want to get over a half million people so we got four hundred twenty three thousand people. That's not even even the math or so to go. Sign up right now. It is seen.

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"house co" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"house co" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"High listeners sharing bash Akhir managing director at digitally jumping into. Let you know about a new podcast of hours at the modern retail podcast. We're talking to entrepreneurs were betting big on products aimed at just about everybody and some interesting retailers out there like House Co founder. Helena Price Hambrecht. Who tells us about the lightbulb moment that led her to start mailing operatives to customers legally of course There's a loophole. If you are primarily made grapes and under twenty four percent alcohol you can be classified as a wine even though your drink like spirit the spirit and that was like. Oh my God and Lao's Michael Leader. Who knows that building trust with customers is especially important when you're making products for babies? I mean we know that you're putting your most precious belonging in our products. They have to be safe. They have to look good. They have to be an extension of who you are. And if you don't trust us the white by US we'll be in your podcast feed every Thursday until then please do check out. Modern Retail Dot Co digital media news publication focused on the reinvention happening in retail as modern retail. Darko next step so you talked about like pissing. I've seen people off a little bit like that too though it. GimMe Gimme a couple of examples. Where you think you've delivered on that? Well I I I kinda WanNa make everyone a little bit. Happy in turn I do think that When we cover the weddings of homeless people like it's kind of Jabbing a bit into the history of the weddings desk Like which was a social register function essentially for many decades So we're trying to undermine that extremely rich people having extremely low lavish weddings that kind of thing. Yes so and so we look at that You know we try to. It's funny we tried not to be doctrinaire But it's hard because I feel like especially when we're talking about young people. The stakes are really high in their lives. They feel really Not threatened but I think they feel really. I think they've really attacked us. Like areas phrase like and I kind of and and I do want to interrogate some of this options. That young people have but they have different they feel differently about the world they Use The word trauma constantly and they talk about feeling unsafe and they talk about privacy in a way. That's very different from my generation generation. Yes we are old Gen xers MHM forgotten about. I want to get to that with the okay. boomer plague unleashed you Taylor. Both unleashed on this world Actually let's just. Let's just start there sure. This has been traumatic for me. Because it's it's been thrown my way and I'm like no I'm not a baby boomer But so explain explain how that story first of all came about And why it worked so well you know I I actually. We talked about this in a in a meeting. And I think that Taylor had was like on week two or whatever she had just started basically at the times and you know and it's just her knowing her beat so well she said. This thing is bubbling blink. This thing is happening right now. She's like I need to write about this and I was like. I don't know you're talking about. I've been in a meeting for six hours and Natalie Shutler. WHO's one of our news? Editor said You if we need a way for you to talk about the fact that this is a real thing like maybe merchandises one way to talk about that and said she reported on that I mean and I so Taylor just started. I sit next to her when I sit next people in their new and I listen to how they report. Taylor is like people wouldn't know this. She just rolls calls. She's like hey it's and on the the phone reporting. It is old school like digging on people like it's crazy. DM's no she won't report by Damn she talked about this. This is really interesting I I. I'm fascinated 'cause she's like no. I take the phone and I hear on the phone being like I need to know your legal. Like she's like digging leg yes he works on like. Put your from our phone. Yeah but your mom on the phone and so anyway but she saw the story happening in the space that she knows so well we have to do it and we just did it fast. And headlines helps but it's not the best headline for the story I don't think but you know it It is what it is. It was just the moment. That's all it was. Just sort of Taylor's genius. Why do you think it struck a chord go? I mean because this generational conflict is always averted ground But it it seems like ground you certainly want to occupy here. I think it really is interesting as as I you know I had just sort of. This is gonNA sound hilarious the old but I had just sort of like figured out millennials. And you know there's a new crop of kids and they hate the money like it's going to be great for us just going to sit here quietly as Gen xers. Exactly we're GONNA ride this out. We we. He told them this was going to be bad. Like we knew all along. Yeah you should feel very smug well. I think we were early onto the indifference thing with which the world could use. He's a lot more of now but I do think that I think that I the one thing I don't love but I I'm fine. With essentially is that like making there's a lot of reddit groups and facebook groups that are making fun of how old people older people and old people use the Internet. Yeah which are both Larry and sort of terrible at honestly is someone. It was like walking around with a flashlight on his phone on the other day I was like oh comes for all of us there well there is there is an age aspect. Yeah Okay boomer which you have to finesse around. That being said they did try to destroy the planet. Maybe so did we. That's the all did did it together. That's true no one made us eat all those chickens that's true So talk to me about modern love and what the plans are there. That's another franchise that I really thought of that You've modernized to. I think an interesting degree a little yeah. Modern Modern Love Is Fifteen years old now. It's all been in the hands of Dan Jones since its inception It was birth by him and I believe his partner and and You know we're carefully talking about like has read everything and people who are listening. He reads every submission and write it back to everyone and has done that for fifteen years. which is the work of crazy person But he's talking about like who gets the right one and what these topics are and how and one of the things that comes up for me a lot and it's true about the Times. General is that we write about people's experience with difference more than we write about people's experiences being being different So it's like we had an essay the other day that I'd like the lot but it was about someone whose father had a gender transition and I was like well. You know what I'm actually interested in hearing from this person's father like Let's let's go. Let's take the next level dance thinking about it a lot he And I think also that the second TV season with Amazon or Fleck that so talk about that about expanding these these kind of franchises into beyond beyond taxed the age of intellectual property which actually really refund like. It's really interesting and it's fun it's and it's like and because we're a bunch of people who grew up like typing where like by maiden article and it's like this article could be a lot of things it could it'd be a delightful podcast. It could be just chat about being older the so it was great like it was it was definitely an interesting moment. Don't being in a kind of partnership with a large company called Amazon That we cover it very vigorously It went great. It was fine fine and I think it was It was good for us to try to and and it was delightful and and it was great honestly for us what we took away from. It was like we said Hey. This is the moment for people to learn about the modern podcast and like sort of exports my greatest heads and then also for us to think about what we want to be going forward but you actively looking for these kind of franchises within you know so I used to work with Kevin Per Salad Vox media. When he had a video there he now runs whichever show that is late at tonight? The late late show late night. Sorry the So he he and he used to say to me like it's about formats like all of this stuff that we make is format and I think about this all the time like e good email. Newsletter is a great format and those formats should like transport themselves from print to digital audio to type. Like if you have a really nice sweet hook or whatever like take it take it to the next place What what other areas are you looking at for franchise? Well because modern love was really successful. We do look at personal narratives We're tinkering with some stuff that's A little more than the first person space to in the first person space. I'M GONNA start saying that in my tedtalk and then But like an but I do think like the Personal Essay Got Stock Sometime in the ninety S. I'm kind of interested I didn't find ways to unstick it like it's it's a format how do you mean it got stuck. It's like the revelation of the self got stuck in this like twelve hundred word document with that twists in. It's like okay that's been I mean. I guess you could say that about the literature of the eighteen fifties. Yeah but so what do you what. What are you finding that you're doing less at style now than before? That's a really strangely loaded question probably One of the things they derail Irael about articles like tofu writing articles. Like tell me a great story. Tell me And it's like don't write an article. No one needs so. We're trying to do less articles us. We're trying to another thing we're trying to do is we are looking at ways to let visual editors in the in the newsroom lead stuff when our the digital title or or art directors and or photo editors or like. Hey what about this like. We're not being like yeah. Whatever goes goes on and you know.

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"house co" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"house co" Discussed on LadyGang

"Here with Jacquelyn Kelty. Hello she's wearing a robe. It's okay no I have recently returned. Learned to robe life. Oh I was a robe fifth sixth grade you know like when you have your princess robe or whatever that was the last time you were into robes. No Yeah A- and then like I'm in a robot the SPA or whatever and I'm at the robe like I don't know that's the only time I'm in a robe and I've always been in a been. A sweatshirt Hoodie Kinda girl girl at home when I'm in comfy. Closer Nice Pajama well. Last year for Christmas I got I found lean and tall robe like not. You know there's like big and tall stores but there was like a lean and tall on Amazon. It was made for Chris. nightside's People Oh for Craft Eh. You're not that tall. I'm like I'm taller than you. And I'm pretty normal sized. No I found this like extra liens tall robe and I was like you know. This will be great for Chris Because Chris is a creature of habit and he refuses to update his chill clothes wardrobe. nope he's had the same pair of scrub pants from like USC. Since I've known him and that's like his like chill pan. Yeah like he never an. I'll buy him a new sweatpants on and he won't get into it and I was like you know what he needs is a big skinny robe so I got him the robe and he wears it all the time and he's looking so comfortable an amazing and and then he went out of town and I was cold so just threw it on them. Holy is that what you're wearing jogging tall. I'm our in. The bigger tile. A beautiful achieve Amazon was like a faux fleece satin falsely strobe life changing so I got one for home for me and then I got one for the office. And when I'm in-between outfits can just put my robot but it's been too hot to wear this particular road content minute and fifty nine so I I do have one last rope thoughts the best purchase that I've ever seen in my entire life entry my barefoot dreams Robe I wear a yes it is. It's a housecoat. It's called a robe on the website. It's a house co whatever my Beard Dreams House Co.. I look like a wizard she. That's what it is. You dealer wizard. I wear out. My mom is like I can't believe you're going outside with his this coat. Or whatever like Mrs. I feel like this is rope like with a belt it could be fashioned. It's not it's not that fast. Airfreight Dreams makes the most legit cozy stuff like. That's sponsor us. I want them to so I keep asking everyone. I know to get me a rope from them and no one has gotten it for me yet. Yourself is get yourself. They're not that expensive just like buying myself things like that. But the thing is that's greet their blankets. That are amazing. It's the same material and the robe. Yeah just you're in a just in masses. They wouldn't make us a triplet barefoot dream. I don't want to get in together to a podcast from it. You know sweaty wedding. WHO's in the middle? You know whatever okay anyway when we come back by popular demand we're going to be talking about. Ram routines morning. Show you all know how I feel about my roth these but I have an amazing celebrities story so this past week I was at the frozen into premier which you also on my instagram and Michelle. Who is Sterling K. Brown's wife came up on the red carpet and I looked down at her and she was like super dressed up and I looked own. And she's wearing a pair of Rossi's and I was like is this woman like the smartest woman in Hollywood or what so she comes over and I was like. Oh my God she's like I forgot my heels in the car Dr but who cares so basically. She's wearing appointee. To- flat roffe on the red carpet looking chic AF. And that's what's so great about this issue number one. They're so comfortable the number two. They were her comfort shoes that she's wearing before she put on her heel. But you wouldn't have been able to show that Unless I instead like I love your is. She wouldn't have even been able to know they're so stylish they're comfortable and they go with everything from pants dresses skirts..

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"house co" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

Start Today Morning Show

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"house co" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

"Out to our Customer Service Team aimed you guys attend the Dance Party for is yes we do we don't stay the whole time but we always show because we like to wear a costume we don't say the whole time because at that point we are oh toast exhausted the idea of dancing all night it's not but I gotTa tell you for rise business we didn't do a dance party we did what is our favorite thing literally in the world is a cover band so our after party for rise businesses the spasmodic which is like eighties cover band or so fine and I'm already like how how much how long are we 'cause. I shocked like do I need for the cover I don't think so I can't see being but I feel like maybe us can you take your thirteen year old so I always say like up to parents we absolutely have people who bring younger girls the only thing that I'll tell you is there a moments where we talk about some harder things so things like stuff that happens to you when you're little stuff that happens that you're forced into it just read between the lines I know kids watch us they don't want to talk about it but you have to decide if that's appropriate for your thirteen someone they're going to have a very very small baby can they bring the very small baby yet we've had people very small babies we have a little baby Offs Customer Service Booth at the rise events so if you're a mama of now if you have a two year old now don't bring that that'd be the baby arms you still like if the baby would need to be held the entire time or be in like a stroller or carson the entire time bringing that baby love that baby we're asking you about what's the for instance different ticket tears if you go to the House Co dot com and you hit the events tab each of the individual events it's broken down very clearly what happens in the terrorists up to what happened the Ip and you can decide what what suits you best who's it used to send us an. Oh also for tickets here it's basically about how close you are to the stage and what you get in your gift bag essentially what it is people who do VIP are it's because they want to be on the floor they want to be closer to the stage they have a chance to actually interact with whoever speaking they get to take a picture with us. VIP GETS to go to a party at the business you get lunch panel so while you're eating your lunch are actually getting extra material which is what people are are paying for but yeah you decide what makes sense so you the experience is bomb either way to bomb for the people who are in terrorist bomb for the people who are in VIP so you do what makes the most sense with your budget London gets will go on sale in a little bit of time we have some time because the event itself isn't until August of next year but once we get through getting the San Diego tickets on sale then we'll we'll turn the corner how many tickets for San Diego are available there this will be the biggest event we have ever thrown there are nine more than nine thousand tickets raising its in the round it's amazing the way that it has been laid out if you go to the website you can see what the stage looks like the energy of this room will be unlikely anything we have ever people asking about jobs so if you are interested in what drops we haven't Hollis Co make sure that you follow the Hollis so on linked in so that's where we post all our new positions and we are constantly posting position so if you are following that only ten then you'll be I to know when something new goes up also for if you're on linked in which is my favourite platform for if you own a business or if you work inside of a business in a leadership position trying to grow in your career make sure that you follow me I create content on that platform that is just specifically for business minded people so you go to my profile which is richer Hollis and you click follow us follow is what you're trying to do own Lincoln a lot of people think that Lincoln is about connecting I mean I don't connect with people in that way because I'm not people are using the connection to be like can you hire me can you mentor me so I don't do that but created on of content that you can access for free that hopefully will help you as the pricing for London going to be the same as what's on the on the on the site that is the intention do you have to pay your lap child no no you've paid enough you're having to clear maybe real for babies yes yeah let's see what else of anything in the works for a couple of conference we are doing an e chorus of the rise together live events so that you can do that with your for human at home can get one level ticket and then upgrading shirt can just send a note or two hello at the Hollis Co dot com when is your next book on health coming out it comes out route in January of twenty twenty one so we got but you can get Hollis book action in twenty twenty the big guys got a book coming out in March. I am very excited about that today. I am recording the preorder the incentive for said book I'm do e course on how to find your Y. so I'm excited about that that's a that's a should have got a haircut into thing but I did and I'm going to go teach my heart out today fantastic thank you all right guys have a fantastic Monday member the key to staying on plan with your health is being intentional is planning ahead and just doing the thing stop debating it up talking yourself out of it stop meal prepping and then not eating just eat the stupid salad just drink the stupid water stop over just do the thing that's the advice for today it's over Monday hey guys thank you for listening to the start today morning show podcast if you want to actually see be episodes make sure you tune in the morning every weekday eight am central on facebook and instagram on basically every channel we have our theme song is from Sarah Son China follow her at the Sarah Sunshine our executive producer is Cameron Berkman the show is produced by Chelsea harsh and Kevin Westlake with production help from Nicole Fisher and I'd like to give special thanks to hawk the fish that will never die.

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"house co" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"house co" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This is a mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. A lot of good on mytalk. Mytalk. Listen. Katherine MacGregor who portrayed the gossipy Harriet Olsen on the long running NBC drama little house on the prairie has passed away. At the age of ninety three from nineteen seventy four to nineteen Eighty-three McGregor appeared as Harriet the wife of Nels Olson on one hundred fifty three episodes of little house on the prairie covering all nine seasons of the series. Of course that was set right here in walnut grove, Minnesota. Those sad. I I saw a beautiful post from Melissa Gilbert about her passing, and and just, you know, very complimentary and thoughtful post. Yeah. That kind of a mentor to me and just a reminder the character of MRs Olson was a character. Are you saying to yourself real the are somebody in office? Thought perhaps Scottie MacGregor played the role of MRs. There was the Arthur. I said, you know, she was not a nice woman. And I said that was a character. She played well real life. I'm sure she was a lovely person or not she could have been. Royal. No never will never will be three. There are a lot of people excited about the aquaman movie. That's coming out over the holidays. Yeah. And we're getting some early reviews of the film of the Hollywood reporter. They're film editor says just saw aquaman, which is a whole lot of fun like an afternoon at an aquarium crossed with an MA matched in a good way. Man. Yes. Jason momoa going to be shirtless in a lot of this. Wow. Starring as the title character is out December twenty six gives me isn't that isn't that the role? Yes. That was the role that the main character in entourage was supposed to be playing. Yes. That is true. What I really wish is that that actually happened in real life. That would be awesome. Then go see aquaman is what I'm saying. Really? Yes. But now I won't be seeing. Oklahoma. Journey. Mobile only subscription soon becoming from net flicks. Well, Malaysia is being used as a test market for mobile only subscriptions, and it's only going to cause people about four dollars a month. And Netflix won't say which other countries might get an opportunity to test out the new plan kind of makes sense though net flicks. They're probably trying to grow their subscription base. You know, got to get everybody onto that. Now, I have a question though. The on your iphone? You can just shove your TV on your or your phone on your TV..

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"house co" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"house co" Discussed on KTRH

"Fake money. Catcher fake. There's a lot of fake news out there like it. That's why we comb through the stories get to the root of the truth that fake hair job. Just like us. Newsradio seven forty. KTAR HBO. Okay. Back to the phones. We guys we have more fun than human being should be allowed to have. This is Gary in Sussex, Wisconsin, welcome, sir. Well, this is what I came up. She said Hillary did it. He's the one who brought the letter one day that she was way way way way. How you mean? The New York Times op Ed the yeah. The anonymous op Ed supposedly from a Trump administration figure in all rewrote that I think he'll ask my desk came up with that. She said that, you know, Hillary still has Clarence enter keys to the White House co-president President Bill back twenty five years ago, and she snuck in there one night and was sitting on the. Office by the by the desk. Rise out saying this should have been me. This should be my desk in my office and grab some papers went through snooped around came up with some good stuff hoping that they're going to invoke the twenty fifth amendment on him. You know, most insane people think that other people are insane that thirty only right. You know, let them do you really think this are you are you are you trying to be clever hosted home?.

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