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"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

The Finding My Psych Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

"A week. A power walk week three times a week. A run walk. Week three times a week. And A. Power Walk Times too with a run times one of any duration that you like I would say this is going to be the easiest set up for you. To slowly progress to doing an activity. That's just a run. What I'M! GonNa ahead and do is NB table that I'm going to create for you in the show notes as I will put these four weeks with the formula. That I've put together here. I'm going to add a couple more weeks on top of that, so you can see What I'm thinking I would recommend if you came to me as someone who's never run before, and you wanted to get into running. Super Important whatever I'm suggesting to you. Is just a starting point. You are. Getting started and you're noticing that it's too much that you back off. It's really okay to repeat the activities of the week. into the next week and the next week in the next week and tell you have adapted. That is just super super critical so I'm just giving you a framework. Please don't follow it and get injured. That would be bad again. The assumption is always that you have senior physician. Prior to doing this I am recommending. This formula to get you towards an activity. That's just running one day a week all right. There it is guys. Thank you so much again and we will move into week. Three in our run series here in the next week or so and I'm very much looking forward to kind of taking this up a notch for you, and how we plan the different types of runs and so I certainly think that you know. Do check out by the. The way if you want a really good book on creating kind of training plans op. John Stanton, who is the creator of the running room I'll try to see if I can put a Lincoln that this show notes as well for you That is a really great starting point to kind of see some of the things that I'm talking about. Certainly. The book is not going to emphasize. The sustainability piece is not gonNA emphasize the adapt tation kind of what your body has to go through to be able to rain long-term, but it will show you kinda breakdowns of. Of running to show you what you know if you're going to plan for a five K. race that it's all about ramping up slowly. Those training plans are sixteen plus weeks long sometimes, so if you thought that you would be able to just pick up running today and then think it felt great and something you wanted to do every day. It's just not reality. It's something that just really takes a lot of planning. Commitment and just again not get into caught up into the hype that you really want to shoot for sustainability making this a part of your lifestyle, all right guys. I'M GONNA. Leave you with that. I really appreciate you. Please don't do go check us out on facebook. We have a fan page. They're finding my psych. We are on Straw as I. told you. Estrada Club finding my psyche by me. Personally Jerry Killick on would be happy to have you follow me and I'll follow you back I follow everyone back. And check out our community forums on our website we will post extra forms on athletics here coming up in the next few days in running, and maybe I will post something here for the new runner. In our forums as well so you guys take care. Of Yeah, we'll talk to. You know the week shares..

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"killick" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"killick" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Enter to join us for this town hall, which is going to be a lot of fun? You can watch. Alison I talk, and we'll take some questions from you. The audience for Alice Cooper. So again. Find the entry form. On facebook or twitter at Sirius Xm volume. And the information on how to register, is there? And here's the deal. If you are listening to me right now with this on the day that this post, which is June fourth. Do it immediately? Because at noon, eastern time today. They're closing entry so unless you're listening to this. On the morning of the day, it went up. Or late at night if you're in the. Pacific Time Zone. On the night, it went up. You can enter right away. Try to enter anyway, even if it's passed the deadline. Try Who knows? But. Hopefully, you'll be joining me tomorrow. On Friday June fifth for a virtual. Get together with Alice Cooper which will be recorded, and then aired on my Sirius Xm volume show on Monday. Which again you can hear me on one. Oh, six volume everyday, live two to four eastern. With a nightly replay ten to midnight eastern. So there you go, let's. Get Ready to talk to Bruce Killick. Rest in Peace Bob curic. And Bruce joins us. Coming up on the trunk podcast. The Eddie Trunk podcast. Cast one presents. This is a collect call from sing. My name is John. Lennon I'm locked up for selling drugs and committing murder also cussing Vedra fresh squirm. Marshall Projects so I'm a writer and I'm prisoner. Imagine trying to stay focused and talk about issues substance..

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"killick" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"killick" Discussed on KOMO

"Muffler good morning the Americas yesterday lost to the Colorado Rockies were screwed by a score of ninety six in cactus league play some highlights so the Jerry Killick who's expected to be one of the top up players for the merits perhaps next year I had a blast into right field and Justus Sheffield through three innings gave up a run on two hits while striking out for Seattle as the day off husky women's basketball team trying to make a run in the pac twelve tournament that begins Thursday in Las Vegas a local play against Utah coach Jody when our coaches show last night at the tournament will be a showcase of the ability of pack to all players it's the most talented conference in the country by far you know from the centers to athleticism to point the point guard play in this league is phenomenal you know kids that can really score the basketball skills that is just great the Huskies first cable because Utah valley Thursday afternoon at two the men will play Arizona state in a regular season contest Thursday night dogs have two regular season games left before the men's packed alternate next week despite the coronavirus concerns the Washington interscholastic activities association and out to get today the show must go on with the state high school basketball tournaments at various sites tournament action starts tomorrow at three venues across the state the color of the Sunderland yeah come on the Spokane arena in the same day in the NBA adviser players not to high five fans and strangers and avoid taking items to be autographed in concert over concerns of the corona virus outbreak sports ten forty pass each our time on the whole the Huskies co owners she is six forty two right now and we've had tough going in traffic this morning we'll look at the traffic and the weather coming up next rain or save big on new spring styles.

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"killick" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"killick" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"Who has really had a history of being very very awful to women and really what being a Supreme Court judge represented for me? Was the thing that I was protesting. And what kind of message. It sends to women about their stories and their value. And I was kind of like these female cops and I'm like how do you feel like this is interesting like we're in this house of like white men then and you're like arresting another woman for like kind of standing up for women. What's that like you know it was? It was interesting very interesting experience and just seeing how politics work work. It's nasty. It's amazing to see. I think people get confused. They see this hot sexy girl who most naked and swimsuits and lingerie. And then she's like a feminist the minist- yeah and she's an activist. Yeah and defined. What does that feel like for you because I think on one side you know how you feel yeah on the other side just people who were for you yeah? Most people who aren't about what would has that transition from modeling to activism been like for you I mean it was never transition for me like they were most consistent like they were always parts of me like I think as women were so multifaceted like I think that we maybe more than men are trained to sort of like play many many different roles and I feel that way myself like I feel like this like sexy Mama Who sometimes wants to like? Play it up and show the world and like own my body and you know for me like when I post sexy photo in some way feels like me. You taking like a reclaiming of the ways that I can't control the ways my image are used to you know so for me. It was always kind of. I don't WanNa say that posting those photos is activism because it's not but it certainly some kind of expression of being a woman right and so it's it's complicated but for me. There's no contradiction contradiction between how I dress or how represent myself and having opinions like what like. That's that's the problem and that's why I've gone so hardened pardoned that space because unlike the fact that you guys are pointing this out that's where the evidences that sexism is so alive and well you see a woman who's at all sexy representing herself in that way you assume that there's nothing else there which is just so crazy and like we cannot teach girls that if they want to be smart they have to shut off that other part of themselves they should be able to celebrate their bodies and like feel good unlike sometimes how they feel good might be a response to misogynist culture or patriarchal culture like wearing a Alesi. Thong like that probably comes from some weird shit that I don't really want to think about right so it's super complicated but my point is that feminism is about choice and women shouldn't be constantly being shamed and I think we carry a lot of shame with us so for me. The one thing that women shouldn't have to worry about is whether whether or not they're going to like show their tummy To be taken seriously. No there's so many people who just have issues with like a naked girl talking talking about social issues but you just said like that's not your activists that's also the point. Yeah like why. Do you have an issue with that. What do you have an issue fast? You talk about when we talk about this all day. I love that for years so I change. I'm changing my perspective is evolving as I change in a vault to what your new perspective on feminism today. You've got a long way to go for a minute there when metoo was really like happening and and you were talking there was all these conversations around representation in Hollywood. I was kind of feeling like oh we really are living in an era but then you you live it and your like no. We got a ways to go. I was just on site with a photographer. I really love and he kept talking about like well. These days gotta be really careful gotta be really careful and it was like boo hoo you know. And then I have like a nineteen year old model male modeling modeling with like unnecessarily like Kinda sides his hand down onto low. Those are the kind of thing and I'm working with a client. That like pays my bills right so I don't want to be difficult but I also I'm like I need to stand for something right now but the fact that it doesn't feel like of course like I feel like such an outspoken woman compared to so many people working in our industry right and I still like had a minute of like to say something you know because you don't want to be difficult you don't WanNa be too. Don't you feel like it's your fault. I'm sorry I do. I'm like well I guess he felt like he could touch my butt right and something I did must have made him feel like that right which is no way to think I still have moments like that too. I think that at a certain point in my life I- calloused myself off and I'm sure you'd the same thing like because that comes with wanting to work really hard you're like I'm just GONNA put my hand down. I'm going to deal with this bullshit. Move on but eventually you realize that if you do that you're allowing for them to repeat that behavior to other women and it. It really is coming out of protective feeling. I have towards other women that I now want to be more outspoken about this stuff. Okay between modeling Acting Designing Dogma. A wave what else are you doing. Well I'm writing. I mean that's kind of the the other thing I'm doing. I think that for me and I'm sure you feel the same way like all of these things don't feel like separate categories when you're really being creative and like happy and thinking being in using your brain and strategizing so yeah anyway that I can do that I do it I love it. What's big what's next? I mean the way that the company's expanding reading I'm starting to produce my own film stuff which I'm really excited about. That's cool with this amazing producer. John Killick you're in word and I'm producing so just trying to take the reins girl take the reins own at all. Yeah same to you thank you. You're doing we we have to. Yeah as and you're you're going to be an actual mom not just not just so excited you're gonna be such a good mom really okay so at the end of every pretty a big deal we do a little bit of a lightning round and I just want you to fill in the blank. Okay great okay. I pretty much always. That's so general. This is hard. What do you do every today's drink black coffee every morning? Hot Black Coffee for me to every day. I love that all addicted. What's the biggest lesson you've learned this year to your What's the biggest deal you've ever made? I made a big deal out of this or this is like money or I. Don't the biggest deal I ever made is yet to come. I'm about to make real big deals out of lots of things okay. MORADA is a pretty big deal but I wanNA know what is a pretty big deal to you the female friendships I have in my life. I love that really close female friendships. That I have are really big deal to me. I get that and I love that night. I'm right there with you. Thank you emily. A this is so awesome just to come and sit next to you and your presence so exciting all right. Thank you so much for joining this pretty big deal with Emily Radnofsky. We WanNa hear from you on Instagram and twitter. So make sure to go to pretty big deal and you never know we might just be reading your comments right here right now. Pretty big deal is produced by pretty big deal productions an lovie sound..

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"killick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"killick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of fluid, and you go home. And you don't pass the stone and your constant pain. What will happen is you have to go back. And in some cases, people go the emergency room. I tell you go to the urgent care. It's easier. The key here is there's urgent cares and Clark county. There are twenty four seven. If you go to a twenty four hour, urging Killick southwest medical eight south Rancho, they're open twenty four hours, and they have the ability to put you on a drip that drip will get more fluid in your system intense chance you chance to pass the stone in this case, I made my wife drinks so much fluid that she couldn't help but go to the bathroom and sure enough she passed the stone. But those are those are circumstances where you as the assured as the consumer need to know how to get around the system. My wife wanted to go to ER I talked her into going into quick care was fifty dollars copay compared to a major deductible. But the thing about the the I'm going to a quick care is we eliminated hours you go to an emergency room. You could be there. Six to eight hours the quick here. Here's here's a tip for all you listeners. How to get through the system. So you have the health plan. You have a quick care you MC, south west, medical, whatever. No problem. They're they're open till seven o'clock at night, eight o'clock at night in most cases, not twenty hours six seven or eight. What I do is. I go to my quick care. Located up on today. They close at seven. I get there at six fifteen. They can't turn you away yet. They'll see you and you'll be out of there by seven thirty two latest. If you go to a quick here early in the morning when everybody's there you could be there three or four hours. But if you go there when they're ready to close, it's amazing how you get in and out, and it's timely fashion. My wife, and I went at seven thirty seven when we were gonna airplane. We walked into their quick Karen Rancho by eight forty five we were home. These are ways to use the system legally the right way. But let's go talk more on the surprise medical bills. So President Trump by Wednesday instructed administrative administration officials to investigate how to prevent surprise medical bills broadening his focused on drug prices to include other issues of price transparency in healthcare. Now, I don't understand why we don't have that transparency. They should have their numbers published and not multiple numbers. One number will be charge. And you know, what if they if they had uniform fees? We'd all know where we're at an would also determine what kind of help plan you could buy right? So further in the story surprised billing or the practice of charging patients for care that is more expensive than -ticipant or not covered. By the insurance has received a flood of attention in the past year, particularly as Kaiser health news and other news organizations have undertaken investigations at the patients most outrageous medical Bill. Before I go further. Let me give you an lymph formation. You.

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"killick" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"killick" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Hey, guys, who are you? I'm stacey. I'm from another another dimension. How many more people are there? With could literally knock it any reader. It can get weird. Okay. We need to get back to our universes soon. Glued is going to collapse. My family lived in Brooklyn. What's wrong? Was never UC. It's. Destroy the collider. None of us have a home to go home to remember. What makes you different that? Is what makes you spider? All right. Everybody wanted to all all the lead office saying I really Douglas, maybe a lot what everybody else think tasha. I'm looking good. Oh. But we need to Scott. Are you an agreement? Okay. Go ahead. Wait, wait, what what about maybe maybe you can be the outlier. No. No. Okay. Okay. We're we're all in board. I I only only commotion for these moments because I just building up the stakes by hating everything love, and in fact, everything the cinematic universe. Just it's like we're back to Georgia. Are Martin's writing pile on the injustice of my hatred for all things. Good intrude on you guys. So don't feel so much better. When I love film this much. I have just always loved films that are are dense and complicated and move so fast that it's a challenge to keep up. But this movie piles on so many of the very idiosyncratic things. I love vivid color, incredibly bishops innovation. It's playing with the form. It's playing with the idea of the the origin story. It's playing with the idea of the comic book movie, it's playing with the idea of the superhero. It's crazy crazy, meta, it's very complicated. But at the heart of it, it's also telling of a familiar origin story about a young person coming into their own discovering who they are. Standing up for the people that count against the things that they're afraid of. I mean, it has on the underlying form of a good hero story. And then so many trappings that just bake it crazy fun interest issue. The enemy is a lot more talk about by love when people remember not everything like Pixar and not only that does not look like any I've ever seen before you know, and uses like pattern and texture like the Ben day dots and the little like hash marks which are again, very evocative of the the comics medium, but in a very unusual way for for film. A funny thing about that. We ran an interview over at the verge with the directors and one of the things the de Maloney who interviewed them kind of pinned down on was like. Oh, yeah. That we had kind of Rian than animation for this. And she's like, okay, how specifically because they kind of hand waved it, and they give her some specific technological details of things that they had to redo. But one of the things was everybody in the. Animation industry now uses a whole bunch of standard programs and standard Killick character sets and building sets and modeling tools and lighting tools, and they wanted to do something different. And they had all of this. Existing software that they had to break the reason all of his movies, look, so like is because they're all being built with very similar tools. And if you want to do something different you kind of have to start from scratch in an industry where you anything you can do to be cost effective, especially in animation. You're gonna wanna do. So having somebody come along and make something like, this is doubly impressive because you can't do it with existing tools. It's like when painters like beat the hell out of there brushes before they paint. They just beat the hell out of a computer. What are we talking about here? We're talking about the dots. The I mean, there's so many different like animation like styles and flourishes throughout this. And it's not it's not consistent. Like like, what one of the things I found. So interesting is how it shifts animation styles while also being under sort of the same broad stylistic umbrella, but it brings in like, I said different flourishes, depending on where the movie is. And what it's trying to do. But like you compare something like the big science magic showdown at the end..

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"killick" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"killick" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"So Nelson yelling at Brad. Yeah. I was clear why the show I still thought I was in the last week on the show picked up with this. Like, I thought this had been resolved at the end of the house step aside. I love them doing this this cow. They they go to commercials sometimes with teams, and they pick up where it just left this what they're doing now with the episodes. They just ended episode and they just treated like you went on a week long commercial break, and it just comes right back on. Which would be fine. Except that like I thought this was resolved. Just didn't think there was anything. More to relive this moment, I do ever frustration. That Nelson is like calling Brad old and talking about an X generation knows thirty like Nelson's not like a new spring chicken off the block. He was I think twenty six news. I'm already the one which is like absolutely -ancient for that show. I remember that because when we used to do previews and I used to print everyone's giant color photo. All the information, we have from MTV was that Nelson were fedora, and he was twenty six and that really stuck with me. Because at the time that was old now, I'm twenty seven, and I'm like everyone's on Brad on this for doors, like maybe the most iconic piece of clothing that anyone's ever worn on TV show for you MTV. I was like he's that's not even the most iconic fedora wearing but. Yeah. And then TV for sure do I mentioned that a lot every sort of past when Nelson. Fix that. I had because fedora picture. Well, true. It's true. So. All right. So anything else before we go to the house with TJ columns people not much there? The one thing about Cam Cam. That's starting to look far be it for me to come for Killick Queen Cam. But she was grading on me a little bit this episode because I think it's a hot take. I think I'm not as high on Cam as others. I think she your her grants moves have been grossly overrated idea. Enjoy her on the show. I just don't think she's as rate. What did you call last week like high effort low impact or something like, basically? Yeah. I just also think like she has such an unreal lay of spinning things. They no longer even think she's like in on it like it's getting annoying to me that she's like, oh, I lost to a legend. I lost a legend you lost Natalie. It's also wants to Marie and also you just lost. Like, she just has this way of maintaining this like almost bananas level, like false sense of superiority, and that also goes to her crazy plans. Like, I pulled off the craziest reteaching move Queen cans and the building like you're not going to believe this. And it's like Joe's Dave elimination. Like, it's just like all right Cam. Like, you're twisting it so much that now I'm starting to see through this year's I enjoy Kyle getting super butthurt over because that's something that he would. Easily predict him getting upset over like, oh you girl. Kyle would easily get offended over. And I'm going to be offended for the next. I don't know six months of this podcast with the full zombie ventriloquist's dummy that is Natalie new freshly vessel leaned chin in the confessional like grossing ever seen in my life. Yeah. That was that's a rough. Look, that's awful. When I don't get is. How is it gonna worse because when she doesn't have the band aid on immediately after the challenge, it's not that bad. And like somehow it's like so much worse in the interview room. Yeah. It's it's unclear like the timing of these interviews is always questionable. But feels like interviews. We'll go later. So it should better than what it on the show. So it is very up which I thought one of the most interesting parts of the episode, and as we get into the desert on the south, let this episode should be studied in a reality. TV course, or like, television course, I mean, I know I don't know if anybody else teaches those besides maxed Oshun, but like this to me like felt like a case study in rally television and part of that was when we got to see the interview room, which I did answer the question that as we've previously has been reported that they film all these later like later later off the show, but it seems like they're doing them live. Yeah..

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"killick" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"killick" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"Access to information and privacy, freedom of information requests, tomato, tomato. If you're a researcher journalist or a curious citizen, you know what these expressions mean. Since nineteen eighty five Canadian government agencies have been required by law to provide information that citizens request through what we call access to information privacy or freedom of information requests. All you need is five dollars in the form of check and a request form with a detailed question, then you send it out to the appropriate government body and not. You've just made an access to information request. Agencies are then required to get back to you within thirty days stating that they've received your form, but the weight doesn't stop there. After submitting the request, you'll have to sit tight waiting to receive the information. And sometimes it comes with a hefty administrative fee and that's why a fairly new Twitter account that shares nothing but cryptic links to freedom of information requests is so popular. The point here is to have access to requests that others have already filed and received information about, but that the government has not publicly released its. An easy way to avoid doubling up on requesting information. The request posting, our records of already requested by other journalists or Reaser. So they've been gone FU. They're only been processed by the government of already been released. They just haven't been made public, and so it's a bit strating that that's not the case that the government's is simply not just posting these records online because there's no reason for them to do so because they've already been processed. So my makes it much easier for for journalists and research. Interesting in type of information to see plea gorge Twitter page, and then look up records might be interested in and then have access to them. That's best. Yeah, he's a Montreal journalist and developer, and he's the creator of the Twitter account at CDN ATI stands for Canadian access to information. There's no reason for the government not to be posting these requests. It would take minimal effort for them to just simply upload them. And so I do. Hope that my body would eventually become obsolete, that the government will just be simply doing this very basic thing. I see a very basic service just pose government records online without me having to build a kind of complicated to release that information to bubble public. But I sent about two hundred quests every two weeks. So I just had specified an agency and like does it. It goes the web page of the the government open candidates call what you can follow those requests. And it falls them automated writing my name, my address and then to exciter usually I get them for the mail, get you know about five records a day and do tend to pile up. And then once I have them a inserted them in my computer, and then I have a script rights out the tweets from me. And then I just simply post does tweets on my Twitter page, records different agencies. And so for instance, there was one that caught. My I was about issues with mold the headquarters of the Kenyan border, see and other. The another one I thought was interesting was about report from Afghanistan operation Vena about the decade. All basically detailing what happened about eighty seven. So the reach of records is pretty vast because I've asking records, I ask him for all those different agencies and because I'm asking records that have been asked by other people, they tend to be interesting because people who fall excess of information request usually journalists researcher. So they're looking for information. That's pretty interesting. Usually. Loam best is a journalist and developer based in Montreal. That's it for this around. The show was made by can't Josh Padam Killick ibn Abdel here and me nor young and by Ross.

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"killick" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"killick" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"It's flexible, and we're so grateful to be here, celebrating DEA door locks. So let's move on just some introductions. I, we have Kelsey Williams. She is a DJ and you might know her as Killick ELS, and she's not only Jane. The hottest events in Toronto. She is committed to using her craft to empower other women to chase their dreams. So DJ has got to be a pretty cool job Kelsey. How and why did you get into that. Yeah, it is. It is really fun. Sometimes it feels like I'm really not working, but. Why I got into teaching was because I just love the music. So going back to like high school, my friends, and I would always go onto lime wire and kind of compete with each other and trying to see like who would find that gem and kind of put each other onto other songs. So I guess today that would translate into soundcloud just digging for music all the time. I never played any instruments. I'm not a rapper singer, so that was my turntables worth my instrument. All right. And then I have to my left here Carina v, who is a founding trainer at varies boot camp in co, founder of fit escapes in yoga, try yoga teacher and wellness advocate. She embodies an active day tonight, hustling lifestyle. So Carina, I would like to know how it is that you got into a career of health and wellness. Funny story. Actually, I started going to the gym when I was seventeen and I was the only like younger girl that was one of the gym, and it wasn't kind of cool or trendy back then. And I taught myself how to work out. I bought a men's health book and I taught myself the body, the mechanics of working out, and I used to teach my friends how to work out. So I you like whole little boot camps in the park, and they're like, you should do this. This is your calling. And back then I was like, there's no way I can make money off this. This is like twelve years ago, long time ago. And so I went to school to be a paralegal for four. Years. So I was working at a law firm and I hated my life. And sorry, you're working in a law firm if you love it. And then I went to do teacher training on Bali from month. And after that, like I wasn't the same person and just changed me and I quit my full time job and. You know, it was a struggle and there was steps, but. It's where it was worth it. I'm here now. So I will say we have interviewed so many creatives who have gone from law or even corporate to just one eighty something creative, where they can call the shots on their terms. All right. Finally, we have a Lexus haunts here, who is the founder of the stay Silas blog, Alexis understands the importance of personal style and brings her fashion savvy to Canadians as an on air online and editorial expert. So it's funny because I'm introducing all of us. I think that we all love doing what we do so much that we're, we can't believe that we're experts in it much less getting to do it for a living. But Alexis tell us more about the work you do and how you got here. Okay. Well, I've always loved fashion as I'm sure all of us here have right now known across Canada. I do lifestyle TV show where mccosh an expert on air, and then I worked behind the scenes to fifty percent of my job is on air in fifty percent is. Behind the camera where I do photo shoots action worked. It's sport check. I don't know if you all know, but I've done a couple of campaigns for them because there's different departments right now. I'm doing content creation as well too, but I've just always had a love for fashion. It's cliche, but I'm sure everybody in the room as well when we were kids and we were putting together our own outfits and making our own clothes in high school and something probably not. Everybody knows about me is actually had my own line k, I wanted to be a designer. I.

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"killick" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"killick" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Disrupting the cycle of beta amyloid production that comes from the synapse loss makes perfect sense. Importantly, this is Dr Killick again. Importantly, I work has shown that we may be. We may already be in a position to block the feedback. Loop with a drug called vassal fast food Bill, something that's at drink that's being used and some countries for stroke. Currently, we have convincingly shown this drug can protect snaps, his memory in animal models with Alzheimer's, and at the same time reduces the amount of amyloid that is in the brain researchers found that in mice, engineered to develop large deposits of beta amyloid. Brains, the age just two weeks of treatment with the drug dramatically reduced the deposits researchers at king's Alexander seeking funding to run early stage on sufferers of Alzheimer's, determine if it can actually improve brain health, prevent cognitive decline, so cool. So there's that. We also had the few other stories targeting Alzheimer's, some new discoveries that have happened in in the last years. And I think this story caught my eye this week. Because we're saying goodbye to a member of my extended family this week who died after a long battle with Alzheimer's Parker, who many people may have actually seen and gotten to know little bit. 'cause he played grandpa, Shawn Brady on days of our lives, the patriarch of the family there for about twenty years. And what you saw on screen was very much who Frank was in person. He's warm, loving guy, and he liked to light up a room with the song. So this is this is so we were talking to few three weeks ago about some new discoveries about the garbage removal system being disrupted the the lymph notable system that's around the brain that was only discovered back in twenty fourteen. We live at this time when when we're so close, we're so close to to ending the suffering of so many people at the hands of these awful diseases. So I wish I'm much luck in there can in the future on this research. And even though we kind of tend to avoid talking about the potential possible may be cures of all the medical conditions because there's so much research going on that it's hard to just keep talking about the potentials. When they're getting close to getting close to trials on a drug, it's time for those who if you know somebody, you know who who suffering, look for one of these clinical trials. See if there's one in your area. See if there's somebody somewhere they can sign up and be part of that test group to see because without a whole lot of options. The next best thing is is worth trying well and Alzheimer's is something that we're still not a hundred percent. Sure how it happens or where it comes from, you know, we, I feel like we settled recently that it's it's definitely a mixture of environmental and genetic factors, but it's when it's something that it's it's becoming. It's still really difficult to predict when and where it's going to happen. And it's also really difficult to prevent the treatment. It's our the thing to look at for this problem at this point. So right yet, we, we don't know where, yeah, you're right. We don't know exactly how it gets its start where the seat, but so many of us are affected by family members and friends who are affected by this disorder. And yeah, I've had family members succumb to Alzheimer's as well, and it's not. It's it's no fun because people lose themselves. They lose. They were and they in because their their brain start shutting down and they start losing memories, or they start the ability to create new memories isn't there anymore. They live in the past more than in the present now..

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"killick" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"killick" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Speaking broken butts, have you spoken to Calais. Backup. We're friends with backups. We've added a lot of today. Yeah, something so big by, but he's this is this Vicki's faults. I think big issue ran it by Kelly because a, I think she should have just been sensitive enough to say, listen, Kelly. My boyfriend wants to invi this couple out on a double is at an issue for you. And if it's if she said, yeah, that's an issue. Then I wouldn't have gone if she said, no, it wasn't an issue, then I want to go on, but I think she should have brought it good. Hear about that through. I don't think you want to hear about that through third parties. Do you know what I'm saying? Kind of embarrassing and and Molly. I mean, when you're married that long, I mean, even though you're, you decided in it doesn't mean you still have some feelings for the guy, and then she's got the daughter, and I don't know. I think I think Vicki made a misstep and I think Vicki new at the time she probably shouldn't have done it. But Vicky knows that she can get everyone to forgive her. That's about Michael cancer Tila cancer about a date. So k. to cancer. No. Something Vicky would say to get someone on their side as through his cat Killick Coetzer. So Kelly, let's see a Tim, like on a, I'm on Kevin side, which of course. So everybody's on the same page there. So next receive this chick Emily at the gym with her at a family, Jim, who came up with that? I don't know thing now. It's not versus dangerous for the kids. Secondly, no one's going to really get into work out. And third, what was that? I didn't get it for me. It'd be my mother there right behind me like. Yeah, I think you go on a family trip to Disney World. I don't think you're gonna family trip to the gym. Disgusting place. So she's there with Larry, her father in law and her mother-in-law Perry. And you know, typical typical mother-in-law with the son that just sits on a couch and drinks juice all day about that. He has these lifts and he's just sips juice. Hm. The kid Celtic job funny, maybe he's retired. No, you never even got his bar. That was the whole argument. Oh, yeah, that's right. But wait a minute. So maybe semi-retired because how can he support the family if he does have job? Yeah, no, I get that, but he still, you need to income to live the way they live. I don't know. I'm wondering if they have one of those like OC starter houses where she's no, she's going to be on the. They had to get a bigger house. What I mean? They do that. See, I kinda thought until he's talking about the bar that maybe he just did other things not lawyering. You don't think he's doing anything. She's doing something because I talked on g. chat. That's how they like hooked up. And I think they were both at work or something. I think he's got to have some kind of a dog going. Just not lawyering says he works. Oh yeah, we know what he does. He does like workers call during these haven't gotten their bar. Pass thing. Do they do is they go work for a law firm and they work under that law firms umbrella, and they just can't charge what real lawyer charges are certified lawyer charges, and they charge less and the law.

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"killick" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"killick" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Mr killick your ruling like you say patty wanna bang when his day patty wanna kitchen to that magazine spray flow flow tac tac pike cow down talking guy right now you get shot down traffic body going try out hey everybody wanna move brag about this can be trying to put a stop every five never been shooting me never disrespected anybody when new breeze in that case to this week no you gotta stretch too let it change i kidding yeah lifestyle start protection palomino become pitching came nobody came came again boy down boy boy king came to nobody king you can't point out and get your hands trek with killing themselves you can't keep stitching sleeping in the in the fish weapon but dating with my home getting money off the oil right down making royal 'cause you from did you sell a portion stood at ticket king to make it chain wouldn't do that king what's thing chain singh you can't the private school with the you only the cake waste cage he seems happy off william hill hill in the whole way you screen please believe since point king that only kane kane chemi nobody came came out hand out boy l came came to nobody king king and get your book now i'm jeff from taza holly power from wrong from wrong from for being a heat mammy chop chop from from from from i'm jeff by a king dinosaur like i'm never happy bible.

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"killick" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"killick" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"And then they s t always showing the top teeth but smiling when shit ain't funny right now to do some stupid shit you bring it up to them in a bit start doing it that dumb ass smile on face like the shit funny the shit ain't funny pitch ship that making fun of the man took puckett man's call may fun of the man having no damn site nothing funny about this nothing's admiral about this sheep nothing you can think of when you discuss black women comes to mind and makes you wanna say something nice now people say i hate black women so fucking what what are you women motherfucking side this is the problem with black women they don't deal with the fact of what i'm talking about did you say oh well the way he said it so we get it we get fucking go follow at tj sort of my or i mean follow him because he's i would try to get him on the show i would love to can we reach out to him where's he from i don't know the hood he's local local where's he from killick and epson does he have a new york i would fuck in phoenix out for skank vet he's never coming he's got a lot of followers fifty nine thousand followers earned every one of them be better is that keith robinson playing keith plane that guy oh black bitches what you moody's shit.

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"killick" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"killick" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Number one for new have you get selena gomez right here with back to you killick a shy that chase you with a cold evening that a couple of years watered down home feeling value every single word builds up to this i gotta convince myself don't want it even though i do no did you do i know i go back go go back playing i'm gonna play in all conversations overthinking every word and i hi and everybody knows finished and regretted if i didn't say this isn't what it could be heels no no i go back go back.

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"killick" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"killick" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"Yeah longtime back in the show and our views differed then i don't think any of them have changed things to be forgot good idea do go for less cade all that so i guess it's still not fully clear to me why it's not troubling to european citizens in general to allow their government to really be in charge of and decide what information is in isn't relevant to the public and i kind of get that you tend to be the eu citizens i think generally tend to trust governments more specifically tend to trust their government more but it still seems pretty problematic to me to me i think there is i a public interest in helping people who are affected by information which is to quote jim killick to the wall j he says the right to be forgot what he's meant to apply to information that is no longer relevant but disproportionately impacts person by eight legitimate case and the right to be targeted it's hard time discussion about it because every time you do people on the other side go oh you won't be everything about themselves leads net that's tightly list which is not what he's fall it seems yeah it seems like it's more about the weighting of information right then then the information being available do totally see jeremy's point the is necessarily get to decide the government gets to be the people who decide what information is no longer relevant disproportionately impactful but on that point it's no to me anyone else in a position to do it.

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"killick" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"killick" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

"Battle when they retreat is shooting them in the back because they're not as humid you don't see them so there's all this amazing stuff and that and that basically after the army discovered this they instead of taking some cosmic moment of wars wrong they were like well how can we change training indoctrinating techniques to get people to shoot to kill better and they got the number from twenty percent intention to killick shooters to people from twenty and we'll or two to like fifty five and the korea and ninety percent in vietnam and that's when you really saw like actual ptsd starting to manifest in enormous numbers like simple things like instead of learning shoot on gun range with a bullseye chilling out you did it in full battle dress in little trenches at silhouettes of people yes so you just got used to this until it's would drop when you hit them so you just get used to like drop not anything about about not even thinking about it it just it's targeted yeah fucking destroys people when you take a human life except for two percent of the population which correlates to they said aggressive psychopathic personalities which sounds scary than it is it just means people who aren't bothered by the taking of life right like and some of those people aren't even dangerous like they have a lust to kill a serial killer they areas yes so they'll go do it in war or they'll do it 'cause they're cop or whatever but it never manifestos danger at home it's just this ser the books fascinating an enormous and well i recommend it anybody but the lot of those things i feel like in this movie i remember having a weird freak out when i was younger and going to the army office and doing the tests and like i was getting signed up to go to do the hotel stuff and i had the same i i think there's a reason like young men are the ones they recruit when you're eighteen nineteen like you those ideas of like are so easy to buy into about liberty involved walk is i really thought about it and i thought about it honestly like years later and thinking about thirty two now i was like i think i just want to kill someone and not in like.

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"killick" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"killick" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The situation now right now it's done what of this morning is forty degrees fahrenheit so now you're gonna see the melting now you're gonna see maybe some flood issues go but i think that there are i think for the most part they're done and if you've put it in perspective so they talked about the you know the peace from the east all this weather coming in from sight barry killick got down at night to no five to ten degrees uh during the day away just twenty degrees bought uk is inadequate for that kind of temperature so it's not white chicago we are o'hare would have this and if the ship of the middle of the night at chicago you know that the kennedy expressway even though i might be a tough morning rush it feel these lynnwood cleared by seven a m yeah no it say well we see that we see that in different regions of this country as well you know there was just the when it there was ice a few weeks ago down south in new orleans in some other places they don't have they don't have sought they don't have trucks in it shuts whole city down but for for an entire country to be shut down especially like you said with the rail system that is a that's not good but thankfully thankfully that is over and we can turn our attention to the big stories in the uk which of course you know this for it as the royal correspondent for the jam which people can watch our mornings on w ciu tv not only one what do we know about negative hairy they're getting married on may 19th that is a that's going to be the big one i know you are i know you are clamoring for one of these public invitations but there's another wedding princess eugenie who is a prince andrew's youngest daughter she's getting married in.

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