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Fresh update on "lindsey" discussed on Brian Lehrer
"Of Criminal Justice, and worked with Cy Vance. So in that office and then the outsiders. And court whose politicians State Assembly member to Hania Bushi, a civil rights attorney, so always interesting when somebody with that background, wants to become a prosecutor and similar with Eliza Orleans. Because she has been a defense attorney. Um so again, listeners like we've been saying all week. We can't go so deeply into every candidate in these races with so many candidates that you can decide based on this show. But we're trying to give you an overview just so that more people vote. So go and do your homework Manhattan nights if you haven't already on these DEA candidates, but but there's a little place for you to start hopefully. Okay, the other burro burro White race in Manhattan. Is for Borough president Gail Brewers term limited out and running for her old City Council seat, which will get to and there are seven candidates for the Democratic nomination for Manhattan Borough president, which weighs in on land use decisions and has some funds for programs and project. Um and oh boy. Lindsey, Boiling. Elizabeth Caputo, Brad Hi, Um and Benjamin, Colo's Mark Levin, Guillermo Perez and Kimberly Watkins. Let's start with the two City council members in the race, Mark Levin. And Ben, Colo's and a state senator, Bread oilman. So these are the elected politicians might have some name recognition going for them in the race. The others have not been in elected office before. Well, the Lindsay Boylan Did make news this year as governor Cuomo's first accused her, but she's much more than that. She has a lot of experience. Um, running things. Uh, including, um, you know, very significant. Policy areas in the governor's office. So as well as Elizabeth Caputo, who's Who has been a major player in in, um In New York parks and neighborhoods for a long time, so so tell us. Let's take Lindsey boiling first. What's her experience? For her experiences in economic development and planning, And and, as you said she worked at some of the highest levels of state government. She's held other positions. But she is basically running a pretty pretty sort of progressive far left campaign but also very much focused on the idea of her expertise in sort of urbanism and planning and and economic development and being able to to sort of merge. Very progressive ideology with the idea of, you know, plotting out Manhattan's future when it comes to things like, uh, economic development, but also open space Park Street use and things of that nature. About Elizabeth Caputo. She's been a community board chair on the Upper West Side. She has also had an extensive career also sort of an economic development and policy. She is making a somewhat similar pitch, but definitely more sort of in the moderate lane. Um she really focuses on the need to revitalize the economy. Like she's also talking a lot about doing proper planning. She is, uh, you know, it's a theme in the borough president race and also in the City Council races on there's so many candidates who are running largely opposed to new development. And, you know, sort of key land use issues and Elizabeth Caputo takes, you know, a very sort of measured approach to this and and talks about how you know Manhattan needs to, you know, continue to build and grow and among the three elected officials in the race Mark Levin and Ben Collins from City Council and state Senator Brad oilman. Um, would it be accurate to say that Levin has broken out a little bit from that pack? I would say so. But I would say that Brad oilman also is very strong. Ben Colas, Um you know, has a very interesting resume and a lot of accomplishments, especially on things like government reform and campaign finance reform in the City Council, which has been what his Career has been highlighted by even before elected office. And so, Kahlo says, a you know, as a reformer and as someone with a you know, a lot of thoughtful policy should not be counted out. But being an oilman certainly have a lot of momentum. And Levin. Probably more so in terms of endorsements and just sort of the energy behind their campaigns, I would, you know, say, if you're just sort of putting a finger in in the air or taking a snapshot right now. Levin looks in very strong position. But while men's also you know, in pretty good shape, what would you say is one major accomplishment or policy concentration in the career of Mark Levin, for people who don't know him? And one for Brad oilman. So Mark Levin. I have to quickly say to you know, he's the health Committee chair of the City Council and became very well known for all the sort of covid information he was putting out on social media, sometimes with a few mistakes in there that that should be highlighted. But also taking you know really serious stances on what the mayor and governor we're not doing well or right, and he was mostly right on those assessments. But the thing I I think is very important to highlight in Logan City Council career is that he was one of the driving forces one of the top couple driving forces on the right to counsel legislation that has helped prevent tens of thousands of evictions and Don't think there's anybody who would, um, take that away from him. It's one of the biggest, you know, legislative accomplishments in the city in a long time. Oh, wow. Oilman has many, many legislative accomplishments in the state, especially since Democrats took over the state Senate in the last couple of years. Hormones running, you know, to be the first openly LGBT Manhattan borough president. I believe, and he, uh, you know, has a lot of accomplishments related to LGBT rights. Um one other candidate Kimberly weapons. Former Auxiliary police officer, Kim Watkins is running, you know, the sort of most insurgent outsider campaign here. She's got the least sort of, you know, government related credentials, but she's been a community Education Council president. She's running very interestingly, on the need to put more nurses and other you know helpful people in schools like guidance counselors, but she has a real focus on the need for nurses in schools..
Fresh update on "lindsey" discussed on Z Morning Zoo
"His statement claiming that he can't remember anything that happened. He says he was given a powerful painkiller after the incident and was still feeling the effects when he talked to police. Now, of course, whose lawyers jumped on this and said, Well, this should be enough for prosecutors to consider throwing this case out, or at least granting bail, you know, And in this new statement, he attributes the club. This is great. The club commotion. To a cooling fan falling in a nearby garage. And that's all he remembers, Uh it doesn't make any sense. No. Yeah, He doesn't recall shy sti at all, even though despite there's video that suggests that Christ he shot someone. Um, but, yeah, Previously this guy said that he was trying To prevent poo from firing anyone else after he got mad at someone for trying to grab money out of his pocket. Just a very detailed story goes to you Don't remember. Yeah. So one of two things either happen either pushes. These people contacted this guy and said, Look, here's $150,000 Make this go away or Bouches. These people got to this guy and said You are going to forget everything or we are going to make your life. Terrible. Hey, look, I'm saying Have you ever seen a movement in black make it happen? And there was a rumor about who recently shag? Yeah, that there was that He was on suicide. Watch If you're listening, going, Who the hell's push? Ice tea? He is what the baby was you Basically like two years ago where the baby was, like all over like social media, and then push I see is literally like one major hit away from being talked about by everybody. So he's like a big time I've been coming, but yeah. It's crazy news. What do you think it was? You think somebody bribed somebody bribed check? You don't think somebody walked up like it with a lead pipe and was like you're gonna forget all of this. I think someone under the table Yeah. Here's Yep. Cash. You'll never win a lawsuit. So here's this some money or you can We'll get your rap career started that too. And I think to like Could you imagine being in that world in that area and push I see being like the next big rapper? And you're known as a, even though even though we got shot, But the rest of your life you're known as the guy who put someone and again here's everywhere. He got shot. Yeah, but he was trying to help who he was. But does he want to live the rest of his life knowing that everyone in that area looks at him like that, like you ruin is? Yeah, I know you had a career. Even though we got shot such an interesting story coming up with the next Lindsey. Why is Netflix most popular TV show right now show right now getting canceled before it's even over..
Olivia Rodrigos Sour Breakthrough
"Who is not functioning or is that just the heat emanating from the discourse around the olympia rodrigo album. It is tough to know. I had mentioned on the facebook group. That i wasn't sure if i was gonna come in for a second. Olivia cast twenty twenty one. But you know what the demand is there. The urges there the intrigue is there and the discourse has arrived. Here we are sour is out. We are back lindsay sold. Ads is here lindsey. Hello lindsey reviewed sour for npr. First time on podcast. Olivia horn is here. Hello olivia welcome. Hey thank you. Olivia reviewed the album for pitchfork. We have a lot of takes a lot of inspired takes between mine and lindsay's and olivia's so we are going to. We're gonna get active on this week's episode going deep on the ark of olivia rodrigo. We opened up with deja-vu which is a later. Alavi rodriguez angle after of course driver's license. Which are sure everyone has committed to memory and tattooed on their arm by now lindsay. Let's start with you. Can you talk to me before we even get to sour. Can you talk to me a little bit about the ark of the single rollout the singles roll out. I should say 'cause i feel veers. There's a narrative within that micro arc that says atone before you even get to. The album agree. So you. I think that first of all is interesting about the olivia. Argus is this. Is all pretty much happening this year. In the calendar year of twenty twenty one driver's license comes out at believe january and just conquers the world and everyone's soul and is just one of i think the biggest like out of nowhere sort of breakout hits other not necessarily out of nowhere. We'll get to the hat but really like has this hold on the culture even cross generational which i think is kind of interesting element there at aachen stay. Takes off on tiktok in just becomes like mass. Cultural phenomenon is number one for weeks on the billboard chart and you know like that type of breakthrough has the danger of one hit wonder written all over
The Big Hormone Deception With Dr. Lindsey Berkson
"Lindsey things coming on the show and you are one of my biggest heroes and if you could just give us a little bit of background about who you are. What got you doing this working in the world's thank very much. I really enjoy that. We both live in the same city. And i hope we get to go canoeing together soon. So it's very interesting. How all this unfolded. Is that early on in my life. Nutrition just made a lot of sense to me. So i became a nutritionist and then i went further into medicine and i did my first rotation and integrative medicine with dr jonathan right in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven and he's not later became known as the father of bio identical hormones so in that rotation he said hormones are foundational. This was in my very early. Training hormones are foundational. They run everything. They're not just about sexy things they're not just about reproductive things. They run our epigenetics. They run our immune system. They run our kidneys. They run our brain. Functioned the volume of our hippie campus. Where memories live and cognition is bright or not and so. I got respect early on for hormones in the next year after i did his rotation. He opened up his meridian valley laboratory. Which in the beginning was mainly twenty four hour urine assessment but then it became other types of testing. And i've been running testing on my patients with hormones. Ever since nineteen seventy eight. Now that was in my career now while all this is happening in my own life. I was an athlete. My mother was state champion in illinois and tennis and in fencing and so i was raised to be an athlete and when i was about sixteen and a half seventeen i went to a theon sophy. Society meeting and scott nearing who kind of is credited with starting organic gardening in the united states was giving a lecture and he said you are what you eat. That may total sense to
Families of Black Men Slain by Police Are Hopeful for Reform
"The families of some of the black men who've been killed by police say they're feeling optimistic about a national police reform bill after meeting with lawmakers at the White House they met with key lawmakers from both parties Chuck Schumer Cory Booker Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott who's the GOP point person on police reform attorney Ben Crump represents a number of grieving black families everybody is committed we are optimistic that as president Byron encouraged us to try to help this joys floor at past before may twenty fifth and why did they travel to Washington our family is blurred is on this legislation SO we want to make sure that is meaningful legislation the legislation would create national standards for policing in a bid to bolster accountability Jackie Quinn Washington
Biden to pull US troops from Afghanistan, end 'forever war'
"President Biden has announced plans to pull all remaining U. S. forces out of Afghanistan bite nine eleven's twentieth anniversary the president says the U. S. has achieved its original objectives taking out Osama bin laden in the grading the el Qaeda threat after twenty years he says it makes no sense to stay any longer I concluded that it's time to end America's longest war and the final pull out of twenty five hundred U. S. troops will start next month the GOP responses skating you have not ended the war you have extended that Lindsey Graham saying the president's sensually canceled an insurance policy against another nine eleven moments after the president announced the U. S. pullout NATO said it too will pull all non American forces out Sager mag ani Washington
The battle over the Line 3 oil pipeline expansion in Minnesota
"One of president biden's first moves office was to counsel the keystone. Xl pipeline indigenous. Environmental groups are calling on him to do the same for line. Three in northern minnesota lindsey weber reports. Tanya abed is a member of the mill x band of ojibway from east lake minnesota. When i spoke with her recently she was on day. Twenty one of thirty eight day hunger strike. She's protesting against the line. Three pipeline replacement project after years of undergoing minnesota's environmental review process. The canadian energy corporation and bridge began construction on the project. In december and bridge received its final permit from the minnesota pollution. Control agency at the end of twenty twenty. The pipeline replacement project will pass through two hundred lakes and streams seventy eight miles of wetlands and land belonging to the minnesota nisha knob people according to an eighteen fifty five treaty op says. She's protesting to uphold that law. Embryos has not has not received a permit from doj boy warrior society. They are lacking that and this right here right now. That's one on isn't illegal illegal. Construction the movement against line three ramped up as bridge started constructing the pipeline last year since then anti pipeline activists known as water protectors have held regular demonstrations. They've also been regularly arrested. Rbm been at a few incidents where people have been arrested. That's winona la duke. She's an indigenous activist from the white earth band of ojibway. She's also a founder of the environmental organization. Honor the earth. She's facing six separate charges for participating in direct actions and protests. Over one hundred and seventy water protectors have been arrested. The duke says it's unjust.
The Surprising Power of Compliments
"After a year of kobe many of us are finding that our social skills are a little rusty. We're finally getting more opportunities to meet others. But we've lost some of the social niceties and techniques that make human connection so meaningful. The good news is there's a simple thing you can do to rebuild your social muscle and to raise your level of happiness. The answer is compliments. There's power and giving them and getting them to learn more we talked to lindsey liben psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker. Here's what she had to say lindsay. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me so let me start by asking. Why are compliments so important in our lives. And why are they so important right now. Compliments allow us to connect with the people around us and really bring people together in a lot of different ways. And i find it. It's a really easy and disarming way of forming a connection. That's especially great because you can use it if you're just meeting someone as an icebreaker or few already know them you can use it to deepen the relationship i find you know. This episode is really coming at such an important time. Because after a year of being told the isolate and keep our distance we're experiencing a social inflection point. I think a lot of people are finding that as immunity rose. and we're unmasking. We're now faced with the possibility of returning to in-person contact and what that might be exciting. It can also be intimidating and leave us feeling unprepared. Actually the american psychological association just released a study that said about half. The people surveyed were actively worried about adjusting to in person interaction. So i think to the audience if you're having a little bit of social anxiety please know that you're not alone. I think it's important to acknowledge that after a year without regular active socialization your social skills will start to weaken interactions might not be as dynamic or is electric as we buy them to be and when wendy's hills there's sort of like muscles they need to be worked and conditioned to the strong when you call up on them as almost like if you signed up to run a ten k race. But you didn't have the opportunity to train of you'd be feeling uncomfortable because you're out of rapids so i find instead of just accepting the discomfort anxiety one of the best ways to alleviate it is to give yourself options and that's where the compliment comes into play because it's one of the strongest and most versatile tools in the well-being toolbox to help you navigate social exchanges. That's great before we get into the specifics of complements what are the positive effects of giving them and receiving them so when you give a received compliments it's actually not just about making the others feel good. It directly improves your levels of happiness in your own relationships. There's actually a really good article from the journal of personality and social psychology. That concludes that when you express appreciation for your partner. Both people become more responsive to each others needs. It allows you to work through the hard times a little more effectively. And i think we can all use a little more happiness and resilience and meaningful engagement in our lives. And i understand. You have a specific technique forgiving complements. What is that i do. That's called the sage approach s. a. g. e. and it stands for specific authentic grateful and empower. And how does that work so it works by starting off to make your compliments sincere. I encourage people to zone in on a specific task or quality or attribute that they admire in another person. I really encourage you to keep it. Simple really skip. The hyperbole over the top planes tend to discredit the compliment. So for example. When you hear people say oh my goodness. That's the best thing i ever ate. Well you probably know. It's not the best thing they ever eat. So don't undermine yourself this leads me to the next part which is authenticity after you have a focus. Try to weave in a personal an action express the compliment from your heart and you strong. I contact if you can really just try to be as authentic as you can. It doesn't matter if it's the highest praise someone has ever received. If it's sincere it will have a much greater impact. The g. in sage stands for gratitude. And this is one of my favorite parts because it allows you to reflect on the goodness in your own life and then express the appreciation for these gifts. It's what's most valuable parts of a compliment because it can also allow you to deepen your connection with the receiver. There's a lot of research. That's out there that connects gratitude with higher levels of happiness and resilience and meaningful connection double win. Because as you start to feel more connected and comfortable the positivity bubbles over into other areas of your life and that actually leads me to the e which is for empowering and this last bit of advice is to direct your compliment towards empowering actions. I encourage people to celebrate the confidence boosting behaviors like if someone didn't awesome job spearheading a presentation or modeling. Courage reflect that back to them because when someone exposes a vulnerability. they're more to authentic positive responses. So if you feel moved share it. I also really just encouraged giving sage compliments whenever the opportunity strikes. Make the morning of the person who you're lot at you know. Or if you catch the eye of an unassuming stander who thinks their head in the clouds the more opportunities you have to practice a more natural it will feel
Current New York Gov. Cuomo staffer is 8th woman to accuse governor of sexual misconduct
"Eight women have come forward against new york governor. Andrew cuomo the first former aide lindsey boylan who led a rally yesterday in new york city in december. I spoke truth to power on the harassment and bullying face looking for governor cuomo boylan and dozens of lawmakers are calling for the governor to be impeached huber. Fuses to resign insisting he did nothing inappropriate.
Cuomo Accuser Lindsey Boylan Speaks Out At New York City Rally
"The first woman to accuse Governor Cuomo of inappropriate behavior calling for him to be impeached. Lindsay Boylan, speaking at a rally in Manhattan's Washington Square park this afternoon on Leeway we can hold this governor accountable is to impeach him. Boylan is a former aide to the governor who alleges Cuomo tried to kiss her in his Manhattan office in 2018. She's currently a candidate for Manhattan borough. President. Cuomo has denied he did anything
Inside New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's history of 'bullying' foes, staffers
"The headlines around cuomo's behavior has been about his sexual predatory actions right and there's been a lot of them and and We can talk about those. But i think there's something i haven't really seen disgust as much and other you get into it in. Your piece is just the general toxicity and bullying and how we don't have a lot of language for that right and we need to get better language for it. And one of the things that i found in as i was beginning to report this piece leading up to it and i reported it fairly quickly. Actually because it was in the midst of this big breaking news cycle around cuomo and i was trying to keep up and But one of the things that i noticed was happening is there was coverage of You know what is called the nursing home scandal which is a new york attorney. General james released a report showing that the cuomo administration had underreported nursing home deaths by fifty percent. And this is. It was an early governing decision. That cuomo in the administration made to send Elderly people who'd been sick with covid out of new york's overcrowded hospitals back into nursing homes and of course once in nursing homes covid spread like wildfire and many people died and the attorney. General did an investigation into this decision and and released a report showing that the administration is under reported the number of deaths Then his ablest address was caught on tape explaining to people that they'd actually hidden those numbers Because they didn't want to be targeted by the trump administration which is an incredibly trumpian move right to obscure the reality like as a political ploy. Then there was additional reporting showing that in factory of his top advisers including lists derosa had altered data had consciously and actively altered the data An altered reports to obscure those numbers. So it's a story not only begins with a bad governing choice and it continues to be about cover up corruption and deception And and that report comes out and then they're in. I think because that creates a weakness for this previously sort of impenetrable shell of andrew. Cuomo right he's been able to behave in all kinds of bad ways over ten years and still you know he has incredibly high approval. Ratings people still view him as immensely competent and just really skilled at hard knuckle politics. But then there's this moment of weakness in in that space comes as state legislator assembling ron kim who describes how in the wake of the nursing homes report Andrew cuomo is called him at home as he's bathing his kids to threaten his job if he keeps criticizing him about the nursing homes and and that gets a lot of national attention run. Kim goes on the view. Then comes the story from lindsey. Boiling a former aide. Cuomo alleging that he sexually harassed her in a very sort of classic sexual harassment way. She worked for him. He asked her she alleges that he asked her to play strip poker that he kissed her against her will that he referred to her by the name of another woman. He said that she resembled. Who is rumored to be his ex girlfriend Then then the story becomes sort of bifurcated thing and this is one of the things i was trying to get at. I am going back to your question. I promise between. There's the story of the nursing homes report and efforts to cover up those numbers. And then there's a story of the sexual harassment and i felt like a lot of people. Were titling back and forth between those two stories In fact to me it seemed very clear that they were one story. And that ron. Kim was another element of that story. And it's it's a story of power abuse that's what the story is yet so a couple of things one. Yes there is a through line here right like it is not. It is not bifurcated stories. There is one story and it all has to do with white male patriarchy and this idea of is political. Theater is the perfect way to describe it because the theater part i think is something you talk about. Your piece doesn't get talked about enough in the coverage of this which is what gets sacrificed when you have a bully in charge is what we saw in the trump administration which is nothing gets done. Like things don't happen government doesn't work because there's all this energy and time and prioritizing of the so there's a bunch of really like deep questions here what is power what is power for. And what do you use it for. How do you build it right. And and how do you maintain it. And how do you make it grow. And and there are a lot of different answers that but here's a traditional answer in is one that andrew cuomo in body right you you establish power by establishing dominance how do you establish dominance by subjugating other people. This is something that a former speechwriter spokesman for the story. Who's this brilliant writer komo felix. Who worked for him as a speechwriter. When she was young she has since gone on to write literally a book of poetry that was nominated for a national book award and yet. She told me that she wrote more than thirty speeches. And sets of remarks for andrew cuomo. She thinks he used one okay so and she writes about the experience of having been a young black woman in his administration where she understood that he was nice to her in her case. She's she doesn't complain about ill-treatment from him. That he didn't use her work he didn't he didn't value her intellectually and she describes the feeling of kind of token ization and what she calls a subtle form of ritualized abuse which is understanding that she was there to benefit him. She says to be in the press releases but not to do the work of shaping his speech and his policy in his
The Senate confirms Deb Haaland to be the first Native American Cabinet secretary in US history
"Deb holland is being sworn. In today secretary of the interior she is a tribal citizen of the laguna pueblo. She becomes the first native american ever to serve in a us presidential cabinet the two term congresswoman from new mexico was confirmed by the senate monday after four. Republicans joined democrats in voting to confirm her. Susan collins of maine lindsey graham of south carolina lisa murkowski of alaska dan sullivan alaska as interior secretary. Manage five hundred million acres of federal and tribal land. She'll also oversee government relations with five hundred. Seventy four federally recognized tribal nations during her confirmation. Hearing holland vowed to work for everyone.
‘Bachelor’ Matt James Dumps Show Winner Rachael Kirkconnell Over Racist Past
"It. What's going on with the bachelor? They're having a little ratings trouble. The bachelor had a lot of trouble last night. Um, For one thing, this is the end of the season for with the first black bachelor and you know that there was a big scandal that unfolded. Wind up round up, knocking out Chris Harrison, the host of the show, who was not on last night. He was replaced by another guy named Emmanuel Art Show, and Chris Harrison is probably out for good from the Bachelor world. Next fall. They're coming back with two seasons of the bachelor red. He's not hosting it. On. The reason is That the black bachelor Matt James chose as not to be his fiance, But I don't know what his winner of the final Rose Ah white girl from the South who had participated in Plant, a plantation party. I didn't even know apart. We don't know about this in New York, Dewey, a plantation party. They go. They rent out plantations and dress up like it's the before the civil war. And the governor's these southern governors with the black face from years ago or the sick? Yeah, And who knew that this was going on? I mean, we don't in New York. We don't know about this, but This was a shock that this girl participated in this ante bellum party and subsequent when the news got out in the pictures were published in all the tabloids, especially the English tabloids picked us up very fast. And what happened was Rachel Lindsay, who had been the first black bachelorette Interviewed Chris Harrison for extra and showed him these pictures and said, What do you think of all of this? And he defended it and said, Well, I don't know. Maybe this was okay a couple of years ago to be doing this. Well, certainly not ever OK? And, uh, Rachel Lindsey said Theo said to Chris Harrison on extra. We'll look at these pictures of this plantation party. What role would I play in this party? Well, obviously, the role would be slave. And this was like this stopped. This ended Chris Harrisons career cold and stop the conversation. And this woke this guy. I met James up to the fact that this girl that he had sort of proposed to, uh, you know, had persisted. Hated in this racist party. Well, of course last night on the show. He dumped her for good. And and she had Tonto try and explain, although very inadequately how she got involved in all of this and that, and she said she never even thought of it. If anything, She started dating a black man on the bachelor and didn't think to herself. Oh, you know, two years ago, I participated in this completely racist activity. It didn't even dawn on her. So, uh, you know, very strange stuff. The audience really tuned out during this conversation about race last night. They did not want to hear it. They only want to know about the bachelor and bachelorette when it comes to rose petals on the bed. And, you know, flying and hot air balloons. You know over Mexico, but they don't want to know anything bad that's
"lindsey" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"Substance gregg popovich says this lot where it's impossible for him to say we're going to take the same mentality after winning a championship because we already won it so having that desperation having never won before is impossible to fake. So it's find something else. I had a lot of years. Where struggled i had a year. Didn't finish you know like fifty out of fifty five races. And i still didn't think about quitting like cross my mind but wasn't an option for me. I knew that was gonna learn from it. And i. I approached even though i kept falling. I kept thinking that every day was a new opportunity and kind of turning the page. Every time i didn't carry or try not to carry out the crashing with me to the next day. I kind of always have a clean slate but to your point one new win. You don't have the desperation is different. Your motivation is different and i tended also to focus on have negative things that people would say about me. helped a lot with my motivation. So when i won my first overall title is said. Oh don now she's going to be content and she's not gonna win it again and i was like okay. Go take a hike. I'd like to say a lot of other words right now. But i'm not going to and you know i just was like i'm gonna prove you wrong and so i just continued to do that and more i won the more people said i couldn't keep winning and i love making people eat their words. It's great yeah and then you know at the end it was you know. She can't come back from injuries. And you know those. Those kinds of things always motivated me. And i felt like once you're at the top. It's so much harder to stay there. That challenge in and of itself was desperation than i needed that type of leadership that you bring to not only those on your team those that you skied with but also through your foundation. Two young boys and girls Heard and felt loudly. So appreciate you sharing those Those tidbits of advice. I have one more question for you because it'll really help me. How do you to now. This may be an easy answer but what what do you do with social social especially now has become really toxic place. I'd imagine similar to when you're skiing if you don't finish fifty of the fifty five races you're going to have a lot of critics but it's kind of easy to easier for me to block out the pundits because i know what they're doing but when you have like your audience yelling at you How how do you deal with that. It's been a process after i won. The olympics has kind of when when facebook was huge. And you know. I did recomend It didn't get to me. But it did and i had to develop thicker skin. You know. I had to force myself not to read comments and not to engage trolls and i still do. Sometimes because i can't help myself. I have to tell him off at some point at some point i just said this is me. You know if you will love me or hate me whether i win or lose and this is me. I'm showing you who i am. I'm not hiding anything from you. I'm not pretending to be somebody else you know. I don't face to myself. I am not perfect. I make mistakes. But this is who i am and i've had that mentality and it's against developed over years of dealing with social and trolls and just generally toxic people and just found more confidence in who i am not really giving a shed about it. Yeah i don't know if i can swear on the show what's my Ticker on f is probably a dozen so that myself several times. Well thanks for sharing that And being open with us appreciate your time. Lindsey thank you. I appreciate it. How's your how does your body feel now are you are you. Healing is does that exist. I'll tell you when i get out of bed. I'm fucking bones doesn't get better. It doesn't i really thought it was going to. It's going to be so much nicer. Want you don't have to do this anymore. And now i mean my back went out the other day. I was walking down the street. So like how old am i But yeah like my knees. A pushed it a little too hard this morning going through the trees and then i just had to had waved the white flag and say just have to do groomers mouth the end. It's just managing figuring out what you can take and what you can't and i have to work out so much because if i don't have the strength i can do anything actually way worse if i stop working out. Now yeah so it's not going to change. Unfortunately.
"lindsey" Discussed on Good For You
"Very serious voice and then also you wanna make sure that your funding for your page. There's going to be a lot of after shows things happening. Wanna be there for that. You don't wanna miss out on. Lindsey stirling choreographs dances for four months. But we are going to do things like just eat on camera for two hours. Where do muck banks. I learn these beautiful. Why are you guys in the marvel movie. It's because you're not subscribing and liking and calm because they didn't ask me. I'd like to retire so whatever you need to get me. There aren't future must in your emily. We need to pay for a medical. Bill fit fundy. He's gonna break your neck and you need a fab fit fund deal. That is such a deep cut. I love you guys. Also can we get fab in front of the sponsor. I wanna open some fun ribbons and boxing. By the way we. I will not stop. I'm gonna say now. I will not stop doing this. Podcast until you gets a fab fit fun paid partnerships. Just because i want to see her open this box. I wanna partnership. What's mine you are you. You're here already at the pump. Boxes code whitney okay. Love you lindsey stirling. Don't right elephants or butterflies. I'm just so fascinated by you because you're like spirit and your energy and your playing the violent. I just want to really quick. Just figure just figure out. I'm sure you've talked about this a million times. What why the violin like did you see something when you were a kid. Like how does it occur to you. Because i it would never occur to me to want to play the violin. It looked so scary and daunting. And like i'm like i was a kid in music class. It was like. Can i get the triangle of what are these symbols. I was dispersed. I was the symbol person in music member of the recorder. I was just about to bring up. Did you try the reporter. That was the music education we got in my school like everyone got a recorder like the only instrument that no one uses past high school which is a pity. No better music would be recorders. Were wrong instead of a guitar. Solo and stout your recorder mid concert. But i do think lake like this is important because you have to learn this early you know. I just think that the violent is such a awkward position to play. I don't know it's just very uncomfortable. And so i think it is an instrument that is really really best and found a way to make it even uncomfortable. I did amazing surprising. But it's like do. It is important to learn as a kid dot to say. You can't learn later. But i kind of gravitated the violin because my parents both loved classical music and not like they were shoving it down my throat. But you heard it's just what was in our home. It's what was playing. And i remember like listening to the sheherazade sweet and my dad told us that it was a story about a princess who you know and i was just like. Oh my gosh told me more and so for me. Music was sounds great but that is also something they'd put in a movie to show that someone is a psychopath but case not what happened. Not the case thankfully. It didn't turn into a psychopath. Three cut to the guy playing a violin. Adware dimension to his garrison right. It's something that is so hard to do that at like makes you go like that just has a different brain than me right. Yes he's something must be off. Some people might think about myself as well. Something must be not showed me that. People think something's with space. Oh good anything goes but yeah. I just gravitated towards it. And when i was like five years old i started begging my parents to play. So that's where it all began. When were you like like when i it makes me feel better to hear that like when i hear about like great golf. Players in athletes is like they started in their five. And i'm like. Oh as if. That's why i'm not celebrated famous violinist like. Oh yeah yeah. If i just been able to start earlier like that's something that we use to make ourselves feel better about other people's astronomical talent but did you know that albert einstein played the violin. Yes they did damn you know. There's not a ton of a major you trying to imply that you know more about violinists than me to be fair. I kind of forgotten. I hadn't thought about that while but is the first thing you learn and then you move on. You reminded me thank you. I'm glad i remember that because it is. Do you have things in your like. I always just people to do impressions. People that play instruments like this. I'm just like are they left brainer. They re right brain. Sometimes they'd like just see the world in different way like. Are there other things that you do where you're like. Oh only violinists do this or think this way or i know with comedians comedians. Right you can walk in. It could be the best moment. They're winning the lottery. Their mom's cancer was cured. They'll find negative joke to say or there's a reason this is you know what i mean. There's always like until the judge like we always have it where we go to the negative no matter how positive the like if i do gimme a gift for valentine's day owned by flowers and i was like what did you do like. What are you making up for like my brain just like goes there. Oh that's why. I should be a comedian. This is the right fit. Is there anything. I'm just curious like you must be very mindful in meticulous. Yes i feel like sometimes. Personality doesn't exactly fit the personality of what like the kind of classical musician. And i think that's why i ended up steering goes why you've had to make your own john nra. Yes because music is very much. Like don't know i felt. Finally i discovered that i wasn't someone who wanted to just regurgitate what other people had already made. You know and just. I remember being in lessons in orchestras. And you're dictate how you expressed every note and like this one swells and it didn't feel like i got to be like making a lot of creative personality..
"lindsey" Discussed on Good For You
"Babu edging gb boop were started to make them do it twice into making the listen to it two times in a row. I know we're it's like how i get myself ready to go. How do you prepare to do the past. What's your wall. I come in. I have a seat. I look you directly on. I think you and the number to start what is granted. Yeah yeah and the little tear just black from one. blood is just a stigma. It's just one one trickle of blood comes down. Then i know. I'm i'm filled with the holy spirit ready to go so you guys. We haven't been in here. The pakistani is starting to come. We've totally refurbished podcasts. Due to guide aiming to recognize it. When i came in there's a bigger door were a smaller door was their shelves. Where was that before that was. That was the place i go cry. And now it's the place. I go cry and put on makeup. Yeah and there's books in there. No one not. We're talking about it's beautiful. We're going to be so organized. Now we've got new cubby. We've got the wallpaper you guys chose for us. Emily in the corner. Emily in the corner tiny desk. We don't let her sit at big girl chairs just to keep her baby ego down. If i haven't even said the kids friend So lindsey stirling on the episode. J. lindsey stirling is like honestly like part of the reason. I was so scared to be on youtube people that do these incredible things violinist songwriter dancers starving youtube in two thousand seven. She's been out there violin for years. I like when i saw people like stirling that had twelve million followers and is like flying from trees kazoo. I can play. The symbols bought a fluke. Because american pie did you buy the flute. I went scraped not the recorder. You what. I went scraped off the top of my mouth with a report. I was riding in a rocking chair playing recording fame wrong back. Too far dug out the top mom and dad showed them the clip about hanging going one time bank him a flute in my pussy. And i said i don't think a flute. I forgot that was the end. My grandma bought it for me. Never knew how to play it. But i was like alpha. Hannigan had a flute. I need a flu. You understand a fan. I am a fan. i'm a great fan. I love the people to having an episode. Iv on flu because you cool. I love her. She's like loser. You guys just so you know. Emily's nowadays are going to know. Emily she does injure herself in ways. That are so hard to believe. And i just want you to know. She's not exaggerating. It took me years to believe her when she says things like this. I have abandoned on my head right now. The two together as dangerous did we did show this weekend in irvine. An outdoor car show and. Emily fell so hard that czar. You're not love laughing we were. We had waited The whole show to come up on stage giveaway merch in leila's walking backwards. She was so excited. She's walking backwards. Looking at me being like i want you to get a picture of me like posted. My ex-boyfriend gets jealous. And then she went to turn and when she did her foot caught the the black wire that runs the. Tv from the microphones and she fail so hard held her margarita. Up in one hand held the phone up on the other hand and just being a little head off the side of the parking garage floor found. I was like the whole building. I ran up a win. Do fail har- the whole building shook. I'm sorry said he's dead to me. So then how did you look you much. She looks at me. Like an pure. Darren like a child. It was just i was. I'm sorry i couldn't. i couldn't help at all. I listen to this. Emily and i just look over to emily's it ll. Your hair was the gulf was doubled over. I couldn't breathe. I was laughing so hard. I haven't giant goose egg on my head to know we're audio. Only you take a shit. Well he's filling in the picture on bruises much better but it just slit that is sigma. That's actual that's the thorns at their growth is so funny. No sorry it's not funny. You're okay there's something we guys came back from the show and he said the show was funny but watching. You follows the funniest guys you guys. We call bob ely minutes ago when we needed him. And now he's calling back when we don't need them. You potting you. Explanation of something about woody allen but you guys hang out together all the time right and just stare share the same. I'm party right alvarado. All right so you're finding now. Yeah we were going to call you about something else and then it happened. And then you call back by love you of the asian related. No it was about secrets. i love. You okay. So we are going to move on a lindsey stirling. We have so much. Say we're gonna do big open next week but lindsey. I know you guys love her fans. I mean i've my goal is to have fans that safe things in the comments to me leg ones that say to her. She's so beloved saved my life yet. Maybe heading. I'm not working on a little today. We're going back a plan. Have you looked at my My trash emails. You looked at my drafts mitra okay. So lindsay start. She's amazing. i did talk a lot during this guys. I was so excited to meet her. Sometimes i'm like a little kid at santa and i'm working on it and i promise i'm this is the last episode that i really interrupt right sending cry here with about that. I did that. I was crying because you're interrupting with. I wasn't sure i was. I was so excited to talk to her and It was exciting. It's just. I was so excited. Talk at her. I was just so excited to answer all the questions i had for her. 'cause here's right. Let me just tell you tell. Tell us i definit-. I believe that when you asked him a question. I've been on so many podcasts. In my whole like i. Sometimes you need a second to think. Personally so i think i am projecting onto the people that they need a second to think. So this when. I'm gonna someone so tell me about your date ever and in my head i'm like can i have a second to think about this so i go. Let me talk about mine to give him a second of. He's a good host but they don't think they don't no one knows the motive behind doing it so.
Smithsonian obtains vial from 1st US COVID-19 vaccine dose
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Senate votes to start debate on COVID-19 relief bill
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Senate takes first step toward passing $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill
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Senate votes to kick off debate over $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill
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Cuomo addresses harassment claims, vows to stay in office
"After avoiding public appearances for several days the governor of New York is addressing sexual harassment claims New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he's embarrassed by allegations of sexual harassment but he's staying in office I didn't mean it that way but if that's how they felt that's all that matters and I apologize new York's Attorney General that he should James has started to investigate claims that the governor sexually harassed at least two women in his administration I never touched anyone inappropriately one former H. Charlotte Bennett says Cuomo quizzed her about her sex life and asked whether she'd be open to a relationship with an older man another former aide Lindsey Boylen said Cuomo kissed her without consent at the end of a meeting and once suggested they play strip poker aboard his state owned jet Cuomo apologized saying he learned an important lesson about his own behavior he says he intends to cooperate with the investigation I'm Jennifer king
New York Governor Cuomo faces growing pressure to resign
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Critics: Cuomo apology 'tone-deaf,' ignores power imbalance
"I'm Julie Walker a third woman is accusing governor Andrew Cuomo of unwanted advances after two former staffers say he sexually harassed them and his apologies being called tone deaf and a full apology and a rock who worked in the Obama White House and on Biden's campaign told The New York Times she met Cuomo at a wedding and had to remove his hand from her back her dress was backless she also says the governor planted an unwanted kiss on her cheek former staffer Shirley Bennett had also told the times he asked her about sex with older men Cuomo acknowledge some things he'd said had been misinterpreted as unwanted flirtation of that statement Bennett says he refused to acknowledge or take responsibility for his predatory behavior former staffer Lindsey Boylen was the first to accuse him of sexual harassment which he denies Long Island congresswoman Kathleen rice a fellow Democrat is calling for his resignation the state Attorney General is appointing an independent investigator Julie Walker New York
"lindsey" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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"lindsey" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"The nfl was writing the messages. I can't even hug santa this christmas right. You can't hug anybody. It's all the air hogs you shake hands. I've been going around nama. Staying people for nine hundred looks like the holiday is finally fighting back in the war on christmas with deadly advice to hug people this year. The the message does raise the question though if these calendars were printed when hugs were just. How old is that chocolate ads right. And it's got that little white bloom on it and you have to wonder we don't know when we will achieve herd immunity and when everybody will be vaccinated so you have to wonder how companies are planning for next year's advent calendars right like hug. If you've gotten your second dose right or air hug somebody or maybe like a scratch and sniff calendar. That's like can you smell this. If so congrats this or that. You know what they'll probably do is they'll just steal from a fortune cookie companies and i'll just say this will be a lucky year. Pass that message was. It would be uncomfortable in a normal year. The hug somebody but this year's particularly bad timing but at least it's better than nestle's calendar which recommends you go to sturgis. Don't coming up. It's lightning fill in the blank. But i it's the game where you have to listen for the rhyme if you'd.
"lindsey" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Gumby. You gotta be like pee wee. Herman you gotta do did it. Your dad try to push you to do other sports. I tried a lot of other scores. I have to say. I was absolutely terrible. It all of them I played soccer. And i my only goal was against my old team I try to figure seeding. And i liked the outfit slot but my dad pulled me out about after about a month. Tennis huge failure gymnastics. I was too tall since i was like nine years old so he was definitely very had some talent. It's funny because in a way you failed your way to a gold medal. You fail that everything else. And you're like i'm just going to kill it a skiing correct. Exactly i just gonna say lose. And i basically have the exact same trajectory with sports except for. I never got to the part where i was a gold medalist. I sucked at one after another after another. And that knossos ski. Lindsey your new show on amazon the pack. Okay so i was. I just got a dog. This is my first time getting a dog. And i just got we got a golden doodle. Her name is yasu and she's adorable. Now you got lucy lucy's adorable as well so first of all the question is is this a show you wanted to do was just going to excuse to hang out with lucy with lucy. I was looking for the next career. Move after seeing. And i was like i get to travel overall and twelve other dogs. I was like that is the best case scenario. So how's it been with dogs trouble onset behind the scenes. The dogs were the best part show. I mean who doesn't want to watch the elaborate running in slow motion with like rainbow. Highlight lindsey vonn. We've asked you here today to play a game. We're calling go vaughn goes. You're used to hearing people yell fun. Go but what you know about. Van gogh vincent van gogh answer two out of three questions correctly about the dutch painter. And you wanna prize for one of our listeners. The voice of their choice on their voicemail. Bill who has lindsey vonn playing for andrew campbell of richmond. Virginia all right lindsay. Here's question after. Vincent van gogh famously cut off his own ear. He painted a portrait of the doctor. Who treated him and gave the painting to the doctor as a thank you. What did the doctor do with it. A he printed his name on it then hung it up on a pole outside his offices like a sign be. He used it to repair his chicken. Coop c. He hung it up in his examination room as a warning. The patients to take better care of themselves. You mean all these sound not logical off his. We'll see now. You're thinking logical right. You'd think now this show is not necessarily logical show. I don't think it's soothing. But i'll be number one but i don't know nego- of number three. The truth is it was the chicken coup. This guy hated the painting so much that he used to repair chicken coop. Now the painting today is at fifty million dollars. That's insane wait. You mean day. Reclaim the painting from the chicken. Coop or you or would have been valued at fifty. How does that work. I think some of the paint isn't paint. I think it's just chicken poop there. You go assistant chicken that you hang on your watch it go lindsay. You got it right there. You go down a hill at eighty miles an hour. You think that's logical all right. Here's your next question. You still got a chance. You get two of these. This person wins so the oldest woman who ever lived who died in nineteen ninety seven at the age of one hundred twenty. Two years old live long enough that she actually met. Vincent van gogh. It's a moment that she remembered her whole life. Why a because she couldn't get over how ugly he was be because he offered her his other ear saying i feel lopsided with just one or c. because she posed for him but in the finished painting there was a guitar on the chair instead of her. I mean i think maybe number one. You're getting good at this. You're right says it's a moment. She remembered her whole life because she couldn't get over. How ugly was alright. You're one out of two. Here's your last question. Lindsey vonn though most of van gogh's art is worth well into the millions of dollars. Bargain hunters can still own a piece of history for the fraction of the price including which of these which recently sold at auction a for eighty.
"lindsey" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"I'm bob take care. And now the game where people on top of the world. Spend a little time down here with us. Olympian lindsey vonn put on her first pair of skis at the age of two and before long was racing down mountains at eighty miles. An hour racking up win after win as one. The world's best downhill skiers she is now the host of amazon's the pack which is like the amazing race. If you got rid of all the annoying people and replace them with adorable dogs. Lindsey vonn welcome to wait wait. Don't tell me so lindsay couple of questions. I've i've been scared my whole life and i've never gotten that good now. You started at a young age. So do you remember when you were like wow. I'm good at this and i could be the world champ. It wasn't until i was a bit older. I actually was really slow. I was a kid. My coach actually made fun of leeann called me a turtle but it took awhile for sure i. I wouldn't say that. I knew that i was going to be anything. A good was probably thirteen or fourteen years old. So when you realize you're going to be good that you call that coach and be like yo. It's turtle what's up. Ironically he was my dad's coach. Well he's from austria so he kind of played it like. He knew that i was going to be that good. He said it to kind tag nyse me so tough love yes. Yeah yeah so. He turned around. He's like i was trying to push the whole way. I knew she was going to be very much choppy within your coach. Ever set up like a fake rivalry with your dad. Was he like. Oh yeah your your father couldn't this. Vj father would be. Everyone just went all in on this guy. Yeah yeah we just agreed that. That's what it is more. I would say we're all not very good but you know i watched your documentary on. Hbo which i highly recommend. I always say you're inspired by greatness in mediocrity. So when i go down that hill. Oh i'm gonna go do that. And then and then get on the like no. I'm not gonna do that but there's times when you going down what. What was the fastest. You've ever gone like eighty something. Yeah eighty four. But i would imagine it's more a little bit above that holy moment. I don't think i've ever even been clocked going. Eighty four in my car. I have. I have a prius with no. So here's i two questions about eighty four miles in our first of all. I've taken falls on. Ski slopes going like thirty miles. An hour as i'm falling. I'm like oh no eighty four and you're trying to win. What's going through your mind when you've taken a fall at a high speed you try to be like gum defense. I always think i got this. I got this office. And then i got it and i'm literally doing the switzer tangled fish. But yeah you just try to go limp because the more you tense up the more likely it is. You're gonna pull something breaks something but it's not fun. I can tell you that it's really not fun I always have the analogy. That skiing is like you know when you're going fast down the highway still you have. We know that's how heels when you're seeing but then at the crash it's like you're driving highway a new jump out of the car. Oh my god and then you slide for like half a mob. he's gotta go gumby. You gotta be like pee wee. Herman you gotta do did it. Your dad try to push you to do other sports. I tried a lot.
"lindsey" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"The with mario lopez mario lopez joining me now on zoom gold medal. Lindsey vonn welcome to the show lindsay. You look fantastic. Where are you from thank you. I'm actually in new jersey. My fiance gays getting ready for his season or hopefully we don't know what he's going to start so we're here in jersey nice nice and is that a king charles spaniel that i heavily earlier. Cavalier king charles. I knew was along those same. Like so cute the star. I'm just the sidekick. What's his name. Is lucy liu her name lucy. Excuse me lucy forgive me for that so lindsay you've got this new unscripted series the pack about well dogs in their humans. T tell us about it. We're big dog lovers over here so this sounds cool. Thanks yeah i mean it's it was a really great opportunity. Basically a global competition show where dogs and humans partner up and compete in different challenges and winner actually gets five hundred thousand dollars. And i think for me the best part about it was a charity component. We gave away two hundred fifty thousand dollars to each country that we visited or twenty two thousand dollars total but we donate to different charities. We donated medical is food and the winner gets two hundred thousand dollars extra to give away to the charity of their choice. So i think we helped the dogs in the process of making an amazing Amazing tv show. That's awesome and what are some of the challenges for example There's sun work. There is fetching they're tugging Words i mean it was crazy. There's digging new would had not done well in any of these challenges i can but these dogs were incredible. You know none of them had come in and show with any sort of formal training But they had orientation in la for three months and they were. They were ready for these challenges and they did exceptionally well. I mean it was really impressive to see. I definitely was surprised. I definitely think there are a lot more capable than i give them credit for. I liked that they're novice these dogs. You got the every dog. They're like everyday dogs making surprise that. That's fantastic congrats on that. Look forward to checking it out. And i've been noticing you've been putting yourself out there on social media taken on body shame irs and which by the way a ridiculous anyone that has anything to say regarding you. You feel like you're making any sort of progress with this virtual judgment from people. Because i feel like there's keyboard. Gangsters are going to talk no matter what i'm not. I'm not delusional of the fact that there will never be body chambers or you know draws on social media but my my goal was to just give girls and women the confidence to just be themselves you know. No one's perfect No one's going to be perfect. We don't need a photo shop all the time you know we seem to be accepting of who we are especially right now. We know i think with cova. It really gave me a new perspective of you know we need to lift each other up. We need more positive. You know we've got so much negativity in the world that we don't need to be negative towards each other absolutely absolutely with you man. Good for you by the way Winter olympics little over year way house the pandemic affecting the athletes. That are trying to prepare right now. I imagine you're outside and essentially alone a lot of time so it shouldn't conflict or am i wrong. It's actually really affected. All the skiers who do a lot of the mountains were closed down. Yeah that's right the mountain you gotta have a mountain open marino. All these athletes travel to new zealand or to chile for training and obviously travel was not possible A lot of the athletes struggled. Because you know we don't really have a skiing in the summer. We have one one. Mount in mount hood in oregon but europeans have old the glaciers And we had a huge disadvantage. So i think geographically you can either be a very good position olympics or a very bad one. That's an interesting point. Let me ask you a personal question. I've never skied in my life. Is it too late for me now. Because i feel like now i'm too. I'm too aggressive anyway. I'll probably white bow in hurt myself in my age should just like not like just go kick it. I'm all about like hanging out and drinking in the in the law in the lodge kicking it but is it too late. The crease is definitely where it's at. But i don't think it's too late you know i think it's all about you know. Just being cautious. I mean you can get hurt doing anything you get her walking across the street or a rolling your ankle walk through. Never get hurt. So i feel like if you want to do it at your family wants to do it like you're just go forward and get hurt. I mean i've gotten hurt many times like millions walking and i still went back and did more. That's true and by the way. I get hurt all the time doing other stuff. He's averaging about one big injury a year. What's about that. i'm not. I'm not that easy. Everything's just starts breaking down. So yeah why not. I gotta do it a bucket list. I got at least ski once. Come on now. I know you had to postpone your wedding. Because of the pandemic any thoughts when you might be rescheduling. Yeah i mean. We're just not sure what's going to happen We obviously are really excited to get married at some point but his family lives in canada. And my family's kind of scattered across the us and my one sister is married and lives in italy. So you know there's a lot of different issue that we face put together safely So we're just we're not stress about it. We're gonna wait and give it some time and hopefully do it when it may end and i always live by the everything happens for a reason so i don't mind the extra time you know during the pandemic shooting that much better So i'm thankful for that. Yeah exactly no rush rush on your own. You do anything for thanksgiving. I'm actually going to go visit my family. The nice thing that the nice thing about. Pk not playing right. Now is that he can actually with needs to thanksgiving so We're going to go to utah. See my family and it should be should be pretty fun. That's where you're from originally utah. No i'm actually from minnesota minnesota thought. Yeah we're in minnesota or channel. I'm from south of minneapolis. I grew up on a little hill called buck hill. So yeah that's me. Yeah i'll tell. Yeah my sister. Lived there for five years eden prairie. The nice cool is cold. It's cold that the water bottle next day came was frozen solid to believe it now. It's nice right there. okay. Before i let you go. We'll put john questions quick answers. Okay favorite show you binge during quarantine. What's it called Bodyguard okay great. But there's only one one season so it was really disappointing. I couldn't really binge on it at like six episodes right. Yeah no i saw. That was good to wanting to keep going for. It's a sign on did show favourite. Tv or movie dog Favorite team or movie doc. I don't know this recently. Watched that documentary card like american murder about the woman from colorado. Who was murdered and that was really depressing. And so i do not recommend watching but the most recent one i watch and i don't know why even brought personal. I've seen that one and it's fantastic. You said doc. I believe i actually said dog. I thought you were going to say the dog. That was in the house that i was. I was trying to get a dog in that documentary right there but yeah i met dio g dog. Yeah like that's come out in a movie.
"lindsey" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Well neither but ninety four it's worth every. I read I. Read Part of Warren Piece The war part was exciting. When they get a piece I got bored. I can read that book for the rest of my life just keep reading it over and over really. Oh. Yeah. I can love the Russian Where do your loyalties lie are five hundred characters though so it's hard to keep track of. Are you now or have you ever been Karamazov brother. So Derby Duh wasn't GonNa, say it important as. big brother facebook or well my my new. I. Want to get a t shirt. Actually, Hanson, we ought to have an t shirts that say. Make orwell fiction again. Okay that's my great That's my great purpose now in life no or well to recognize that, which is truly Orwellian to fight it like crazy. That's good. I'm so I'm fired up. I'm unhappy and I'm really concerned about the state of my beloved country but I'm fired up to fight these sons guns who are trying to. Trying to pervert what we are to change the language to install a new totalitarianism based on you know race or ethnicity or whatever to divide us into are group's into deny us our common heritage troubled is it might be I despise those people. Scott me fired up. We're GONNA talk. Chen lays get fired up. Are you fired. More or less. Farda. Okay. We're GONNA talk launch Chen later this hour about the state of politics of the day. What would you do if you ran facebook and twitter though it's very easy to say I just let everything go. Immediately, because somebody would say about child born, we'll not child porn. Okay. Now you've started naive started. I think they have a bigger problem. You're right and I'm not dismissing that because. You know things move from completely acceptable took horrifyingly unacceptable in tiny degrees. How about advocating violence? No, I would never allow that. Oh, they do that. All the time is this advocating Garland's this advocating on just saying how complicated would be even if I was in charge and I would want to be really really wild. West. But I'm certainly not going to allow you to post Child Porn Yeah were solicited or or or you know ask people to commit violence I wouldn't allow that but boy when. Just. Even starting with those statements. You know what crosses the line gets really difficult Funny. You should mention that we had a beloved listeners on a link that made it clear that two days ago even as they were completely banning the New York Post Front page story, there were hundreds and hundreds of Antifa tweets that were directly inciting violence and or the violent overthrow the united, states government and and Jack Dorsey twitter turned a blind eye to that getting back to the question of censoring stuff on social media. How is it was important what I was going to say the visit Flooded but was so what would you do if you ran twitter facebook? Oh I remember what I was GonNa say. That is a very difficult question answered, and we can dive into that if you want to discuss it but the the social media has the same problem that the Democratic Party has and it was what Lindsey Graham was talking about. They. Are Sitting on top of seething cauldron of young militant left people who are angry they are destructive. They are incredibly self righteous. They believe anybody who poses them should not only be defeated but hurt. damaged ruined D. rendered destitute, stripped naked, and beaten in the streets sometimes literally sometimes figuratively professionally speaking and they know that Jack Dorsey guarantees terrified of his own workforce I. Know Google is even to the extent that they disagree the WO- crowd. They know they are sitting on top of a wild bucking bronco boy, one of the best things in the data at parties and same. Spot one of the best things that could happen for Republicans, and Democrats, and just the countries if everybody comes to the realization that that social media is controlled by loud mouth fringe, it is not representative most people in your party or your political streit at all not even close that would be a great development I wonder if that'll happen. Yeah. Just for the sanity of politics Yeah. Like it or not. A lot of people don't like it. Politics is about compromise and reaching deals later just is later this hour gonNA play that crazy angry newscaster woman again if you didn't hear it's. If you heard it, you wanna hear it again if he didn't hear, you got to hear this later this hour. I've heard it four times and I want to hear the immediately launch.
"lindsey" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"With a mule. Wouldn't. Change. Like. So many horses and cattle and chicken and dogs I mean just all the things, and so he was literally on his way to see me in. Ted told my mom in my godfather that he is GonNa. Tell me he'd sell our farm so that. I could have the surgery because insurance cover it and he stopped to visit our Amish friends because we have friends. On the way to pick up like a donkey or mule. And We don't know exactly what happened because he wasn't with anyone at the time, but he ended up falling down a flight of stairs and passing away of brain damage. And it just this crazy, traumatic heart-wrenching heartbreaking. Had Gotten married. My painted started exactly one year after I got married, and I just had no idea. Have a handle all the pain all the trauma and all the heartbreak in I grew up in the south. It's like you show up. Be Sweet, you smile, you be pretty. That was like when I walk in the front door. My mom would not say how. How was your day? She think what did they say about today? Do they say how pretty you are? And so you put all your worth into these things outside of you to to tell you you're worthy and you're okay and you're good. And then I was also part of a denomination and a church family that said I was this broken, depraved wretch and I believed it. I thought something was just fundamentally wrong. With do grew up pentecostal. No I was a part of a church PCA which is a Presbyterian church, but were you depraved because of your accident? No, they said everyone is born that way, and so you need cheeses to become good and whole email that we are just broken. Specimens we come into this world broken and depraved, and that's why even this even more than original sin like there's something even. The original sense story is that. Is that narrative? It's all which by the way never once is original. Sin Written in the Bible not. Time. It's Matt White. That shit up not even existed. fucking talks about it is good. It is good. It is good like we are born good and whole and worthy like my healing journey has been an unlearn of this bullshit narratives that we are taught through the Patriarchy through the church through our family through culture through everything. That's shown to us you know, and it's a remembering of what is so right with. With us and not what's wrong with us and go back to your original question? I was so not okay, so most of my adult life. I was so clinically depressed had several nervous breakdowns, not functional in so much pain. I thought I would die, but just stuffing it down with drugs. which when you stuff pain, you stuff every good beautiful thing and. Matthau now I can look back and see that you know all I mean. I barely skimmed it, but all the things that happen all the trauma. My divorce, the fair all the heartbreak all the loss. All became these invitations. These entry points for me to alternately come back home to myself and do the healing work that I believe we're also worthy of and so deserving of in his for all of us, and remembering that inherent value and worthiness in goodness and tenderness and divinity that lives within every single one of us, and the more I do this work and unwind these stories. The more I am able to go out and be a mirror of that for everyone and. I think we heal the world by healing ourselves like I, jumped when I first got out of my bed, I lived in my bed for seven years, and had a complete my second breakdown, but this was the biggest one at that point and. I weaned myself off the drugs. I would I kind of just put pill? Pick myself up by my bootstraps and I was like I'm going to try to help as many people as I can. I WanNa make pain purposeful I, WanNa, talk about joy in the suffering and beauty in the broken, and and it came from I really loving ernest place, but it also. It became a new drug I needed to be needed right because that became my new form of worthiness like Oh. These people think I have all these things to offer and. They think I'm worthy because I've lived this crazy pain story and I have something to share, but I by pass doing the work inside I totally bypassed because I thought going inside with kill me. The pain was so my pain had been worse every year for about fourteen years debilitating Lee so. And I thought if I went in I'll die like I will die. You know and that's the only way that we can heal I. learned about how the body keeps the score I. Read Dr Vander Colts Book. Body gives a square in. It blew my brains on a level that I can't even describe end or Colt I'm worried. Coke okay, with a k. back I'm back. I'm back on board we're. We're back he. Talks about the mind body experience in our bodies hold onto trauma and again I did not learn how to which would I mean the one percent that maybe learned this growing up? Who knows how to like handle hard emotions I wasn't taught how to process trauma I was. There's a good emotions and bad emotions and the bad ones. You just push that shit down because you get rid minute. He start showing rage or anger is like I'm a pop your ass hard. But also because you were if you grew up religious, I'm sure you are taught. That you are a spirit, your soul and you kind of learn to deny your body in some way flashes sinful above all else the flow. The heart denied. The heart is deceitful like what the actual literal says. What are beautiful hearts that are just like they're so much pure love in there. We're taught the hatred. We are taught like we were never broken broken. Thuc up things happen to at that is earth school that is part of it that is the human experience, and but in the same vein we were created to heal like we create. We were meant for it and are beautiful. Brains are so profound it blows my mind, our Olympic break because it doesn't no time so for example going back to what we were talking about. Your limbic brain does not know time, so that's why when you are having to see these horrific things on television right now it is re triggering. Old traumas generational traumas that are living within you in your body doesn't know that it's not happening. Right in this moment because your brain doesn't know Tom. That's why your responses to things are hysterical. When their historical because it could have been trauma that happened pre-verbal, it could have been trauma that happened thirty years ago, but in your body it feels as though it's happening right in this moment, and that is why the fight flight freeze things happen, but in the same vein. When we do this healing work this loving deserving healing work, we can go back in to traumatic experiences and literally. Your brain doesn't know the difference I can go back in and repair it myself and tell myself all the things that I was so longing to hear that I needed to hear. I can mentally like through breath work experiences through an Dr through a lot of different modalities that I've learned. I literally gone back in and removed myself from doctors hands. That did some really traumatic things to me. I remove I've gone back in and taking myself out of situations in carried her out of a room and my brain doesn't know that that's not exactly how it happened. How though I don't know yet? What can you I? Can You explain MDR because I've actually had guests on my podcasts? You have said like that's helped. Them healed traumatic experiences from their childhood. Yes. So, Gosh I should've looked where I'm not a doctor. But my experience of it is when you're in a safe place with someone that you are in a very very salt safe container with so that usually obviously is it therapist? And, they can, so they are able to. It can come through. Tapping on both sides, so you're, you're basically igniting both sides of your brain, the left side in the right side and I. Don't under- I I'm not a scientist I don't know. I? It off for movement. It's.
"lindsey" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"Open, your hearts! Loosen your butts. It's time for couples there. Yeah this. Is. Where they can both lead to. Talk talking exit vacationing with Brunches and cousinly too messy situation, conscious uncoupling from net flicks to stable the with the Mulu Tech Sex. Regret Sophie know your new, Jubal. Eating therapy. Baby weekend. Hey Hey everyone welcome to couples therapy. I am Naomi and I'm Andy. We're real life couple a real couple of Comedians in couples therapy. We used to bring you the very best sets from our live show. Now the show is not live. We are interviewing people and Duos and couples. We like in-studio and also answering your relationship questions. Yeah, mostly answering your relationship questions these days, and you got some great ones coming up and a great one today I know today's episode is with Ruthie Lindsey Ruthies, a speaker co host of the podcast, unspoken and a writer who just released a memoir called there I am and this episode. Ruthie you guys? Obviously we were trying to answer advice questions, but very. Very quickly we went off the rails and did a deep dive into ruthies upbringing. It gets slide. Lou Spiritual Mr Cole and I love it, but I think in a in a grounded way you know with that has a scientific underpinning because you know I mean I would never well of course, and that was. It felt like you know I think Agassi said it when my word never in the conversation that I thought that this was more like an episode of your other podcast beginning when you were like. Tell me about your upbringing. Tell me about faith. Tell me about being reborn and so because she had quite. A life and she's been through a lot of. Let's say traumatic incidents. Exactly which you guys are about to hear. But we also wanted to let you know if you WANNA, ask an advice question WanNa hit us up. We've got some great episodes coming up. WHO's we're going to speak to Nicole buyer? We're going to to Monte Hakim. Bryan Safi Sara Schaefer. If you want to ask them advice questions that we will answer. Call in three, two, three, five, two, four, seven, eight, three nine. Leave a voicemail. You can also dem's pretty much anywhere. Most people choose instagram for some reason. Yep, that's well. That's the better you know. Platform now the social media platform this list likely to depress you. Less likely but still. So, so yeah, please call us. We want your questions. We want to help you and you know what inquire we're opening up. It doesn't just have to be relationship advice literally. What kind of the paper by asked me I'll tell you? A! Has Many opinions. She has opinions. One of the things that drew me to her was that she has opinions on things? You think people would have opinions on really not. So happy to hear that because I'm really having opinions about things that don't matter, yeah. Wonder where you get that from. Now before we get into the episode, though little bit of housekeeping love when it keep house. You and I are part of the DA stimulus chat campaign telethon happening. If you're listening to this day, it comes out tomorrow. Wednesday July first at six PM. T yes, and basically what? The Immigration Justice Committee out. Here in La has been doing is asking people to donate. Their stimulus check or part of their stimulus checker. Just donate any money or whatever they can give. Five bucks whatever. And, what we've been doing his redistributing it to our undocumented neighbors, who did not get a stimulus check who are struggling to pay rent to buy food? Yes, and we're having this telethon. You and you're going perform. Eric Andre John Early. metered Johari. Yes, joking him. Boosters firestone. It's a cavalcade of stars. Okay, we're coming through. It's three hours magical. Hopefully it will make you laugh. It will make you open your heart. Loosen your, but an open your wallet, and that's what it's about. Yes, and if you donate at it, dot, l., y. bit dot Li Slash de. Dash, La Dash Stimulus. As low as five dollars, you get to watch the whole thing. Yeah, well, whole thingamajig imaging, the whole Lazzaro Zoo Shaw's Eliza Short. Love it, so yeah, you guys tune in for that, so that's tomorrow also obviously. Wednesdays two PM. Arts are twits show Oh. My Godwin's is going to be chock full who you can't get rid of us. Can't shake a stick at US and tell us to get away reading so much content over here. But yeah, twitch, DOT TV slash couples. Therapy pod were putting on a show trying to raise money for good. For good causes so tune tune-in. Finally you know what we've. Got Independent Damn. I thought you know what instead of having these corporate sponsors walgreens instead of taking their filthy lucre. We would open it up if you have a small business if you have your own thing that you would like to advertise on the show I. Email us a couples therapy pottage, email dot com we can talk about. Doing do. Long pause dramatic we can talk is the point and say if you can talk, we can work could talk all right. I think. That's enough I think it's time to Ruthie Lindsay's. Mystical Journey.
"lindsey" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"But I don't care if you think that don't say and we were dating at the time when I was like. I know oddly enough. I meant well but I bring that story up because I think the espy's plays a big role in new to mets. If you could carry on parallel I'm just I'm feeling good right now. I'm excited we sitting here. Could you set the scene for when you guys I met? Okay well hold on. Which version do you want because there's two versions of it? There's my version. There's Lindsay's verge so us I'm drinking Chardonnay. Never drink this stuff in my life. We're feeling good tonight. Asia what it sounds. It sounds very feminine. I want the version that you want to I tell. Pk You want me to go. I would you like okay. I'll tell you the One hundred fifty percent true am excited man truth so I'm going to try to cut it a little bit short but with all the details so it was end of the season playing my first year national week we could take up the whole time. Keep this I'm going to try to keep is under a minute. So wow with my verse. Eager to national down vinyls. We lost engage six Pittsburgh. I just signed with WMA. So Jill smoller might manager there who represents three and Williams who's representative Pete Sampras Barre Barre Barre hike praised athletes in the past decided for whatever reason to take me on as a client so I had never done the. Sp's that whole kind of athlete kind of Amusement Park that they do during the SP time where they have like the Nickelodeon as bs all up. We don't even so much more plays in the context of so yeah anyway Jill tells me. Pk COME OUT TO LA. After we'd have later I go tell a get there as being there with like three of my buddies so I'm just there to kind of have a good time from single not seen anybody so long story short on the way there my buddies are like hey dude have you looked at a list list of people that are going to be there. I'm like no I haven't looked at anything. He's like all like you haven't checked out like any of the girls that are going to be there. No not really like I was just my first time being there. I get on the red carpet. I'm about to do this interview with Hannah Storm. Espn and I hit the Wall Street. I WanNA talk three minutes. Pk bottom crap and uptight around remember. This is the truth of virgin so I can see why I love it so again on the red carpet like literally thirty seconds form about do my interview. I look up at. The screen resumed screens on the red carpet of. Who's coming up next right it's Lindsey. She's wearing this black dress unbelievable. I'm like Wow Linsey Lindsay bomblets awesome and the only thing I knew about Lindsay at the time was really that you wanna go meddle in Vancouver. 'cause I'm Canadian so I watched the La Gruber Nizar win gold. There and I knew that she was a good skier. But I didn't know really anything about it from now so I was like dead scare. Yup that Hannah Storm Gate. It's a hundred degrees outside that this three piece suit on. Tell us how you're feeling right now. I'm like well how it's hot out here. But I can tell you. It's not as hot as Lindsey Baum looks. Storm came right at a very class on going. Sure Lindsey cotton comes down the red carpet like hume's coming out of her head. She's dating somebody at the time who happened to be with her. So she's coming down the red carpet word. Yup and I'll let you speak on my thirty the red carpet and I hear like the live jumbo on you know and I hear him giving this interview and I'm like Oh the interviews over the Jumpers Joe try this guy. He's always on time and my boyfriend's like who is that. I'm like I have no idea and then I walked on the carpet and I see my friend. Jill who's his agents and I'm like Joe this is your client than you've been telling me about like job. Pk keep a Muslim this guy. I was pissed them. Like you like what's wrong with you. You remember what I said. I drop off. Look beautiful and love. La came with the Barry White Voice. Strong way way down by the evening you gotta smooth voice. You could definitely pull that off. Pk for sure. Well give I gotTa Give Lindsay Credit though even though I put it out there. Lindsey didn't it was really Lindsey sister that hooked us up because Lindsey wasn't really trying to show anything. That's such a great introduction. You know I'd be so you know wanting to hang out with bet apple why. That's what I thought this guy right here you're only PK. In with my sister to get to me I had to work. The sister angle could choose tied up already. So I basically work the sister angle to plant the seed and then my my manager smack of a month later reached out to me and said just just dropped it into conversations like Oh yeah and by the way Lindsay single. And I'm like what she's like. Yeah and then I reached out to Lindsey. Rest is history a couple of things first of all. I watched the interview that that that happened at the the exchange with Hannah Storm. She totally shut you down. She's like oh he's such an icon for for females you know she like totally redirected from. She's she looks good to.
"lindsey" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"What's up everybody? Welcome back to couple things Sean. And Andrew a podcast all about couples and things they go through today We sit down with what I thought was one of our most fun conversation. Yes mayor favorite people. I mean I feel like we say that every single episode but I feel like with every episode. We just get new friends and I get really excited. I was having a blast. Pk Sue ban. And Lindsey Vonn just at the time to talk with us and not only. Did we laugh a lot? I thought they had some really good inciteful words of wisdom as far as relationships as they did newly engaged which is super exciting. They have some interesting stories are around a nonconventional way. But if you don't know who. Lindsey Vonn is multi time Olympic medalists which includes goals. I mean. She's a boss Alpine skier. She has over eighty two world championship medals to eighty two. Gosh eight to PK. Sorry when I'm about to do your resume right now. Pale in comparison fiancee's boss but Ben is one of the NHL top defenseman. He actually won the award for top top defensemen and they tied for the top scoring defenceman. we were really excited because PK. And Lindsey I kinda started a relationship while he was playing for the Nashville predators. Which is where we live in Nashville. But now he is no longer with this New Jersey with the the the devils powerhouse couple. Yes so much fun. Had such good insight. Mamie our new best friends if they want to be we. We not only respect careers but also they're really involved with charity efforts. And if you guys want to find out more about PK and Lindsey. You can find their information in the show notes down below And if you haven't before we jump into it please. Rate to show and subscribe to it on whatever platform you're listening to and let's go ahead and jump into this. Let's enjoy with PK. Lindsey I don't think there's anything better than to strapping young. Lads like your myself talking relationships do. Let's do it and by the way I do like the heretic. Spend like it was getting like Joe. Dirtyish Camille Lindsey. Pk thank you for taking the time to sit down with us on our couple things podcasts. You're invited me to come on with her. So I'm like Lindsey like you gotta take the lead well given the house. You're supposed to like come on. That's on the I'll take. I'll take responsibility for it. Like hanging definitely. Did I want to tell a story? Because we always start off these episodes asking couples how they met and so I want to set the scene. Espy's two thousand fifteen okay. Shana I are standing there on the red carpet and I'm looking around. We're about to engage the next week. Okay I knew this ad for their years already. There's a lot. There's a lot of beautiful women walking around and so we we go to dinner afterwards and I say I say Sean I just gotTa let you. Actually we met Lindsey there. Do you remember this now in. Espn DSP's okay. This is a long time with a monthly visa. I don't know what that word is amazing. Sushi if you've never been I've been there. Believable Sushi Masahisa Sushi people. Okay Carrie so here. We are after after the event. We're sitting at dinner and I'm like John. I just got to let you know that you know. We're we're around a lot of beautiful today and I've been thinking about Sleeping with other weapons. Not The actress I like.
"lindsey" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
"Of Get. Real podcast. I have a really incredible credible woman running. Her name is Ruthie Lindsey I. I saw her when I went to see Glennon. Doyle's how she had a big live speaking conference show that she put on T. Pack and Ruth. Lindsey was one of her guests on Glennon. Doyle wrote lawyer and Gosh. I was inspired by Ruthie Story. She talked about how she was hit by an ambulance when she was a teenager. And how she got all sorts of physical pain that literally crippled her life. She couldn't get out of bed for seven years. It it affected her marriage ended up getting divorced. It affected every area of her life and she just wrote a book called there. I am about her healing process from hopelessness to healing and she talks about all day since of therapy that she's done how she has learned how to overcome Not just physical pain emotional trauma and going back into her life in addressing those traumatic situations and rewiring her brain and her life and her perspective and she talks about how important perspective is in her faith and her spirituality and connectedness and it is really really. She is one of those women in one of those people who has done so much work on their trauma and come to the other side of it that it is nothing short of inspiring and we need people like this in the world to give us hope. And I feel so excited. Share this interview with you is because I left feeling so inspired. I've been in a little bit of a stressful point in my life. Right now national just got hit by a tornado. There's so much going on in the world with like the corona virus careers being a new mom. Everyone has so much on their plate and talk to someone like Ruthie and to really get that sense of calmness and that there is a bigger message in force at play and that that's offer a higher good. It's really comforting. And I hope that you feel that comfort from this interview. I know you will high and here. The ruthie Lindsey. Thank you I've known about you for a long time on different levels because I I heard you speak Glennon. Doyle's event that she put on the T. And it was really awesome and I remember hearing your story and being like Whoa. That's a story right there. And then I'm friends with Vanessa Miles adcocks and.
"lindsey" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution
"All up in arms about the the newest headline this essential oils going to kill us. All that essential oil was just found to be essential. Oil Causes Cancer. Okay and then when you pull the paper and you read it and you're like okay. Well when they dropped essential oils directly onto this one berry particular type of cancer cell all in a petri dish they got more cancer cells. There's never a study. That says this person actually got this disease from from this oil. There's a lot of theory out there so the next time they you read one of the crazy crazy headlines that your instinct is to let it scare. Are you take a step back and remember that the very definition of news means that it has to be newsworthy. In the Grand Grand Scheme of the world we are doing A. Oh Hey I'm into that. So for our podcast listeners. I want to interrupt so we can have a quick break to thank our sponsors of course and then when we come back in a minute play for you all just two of the QNA questions. Ed Lindsey elmore answered for insiders group on our live insiders. Call that night. We had so many questions that were answered. I think there's probably at least tin. And we had people on the live call. Who are submitting their questions directly to Lindsey elmore and it was just so much fun I wanted you all to get a glimpse of of what that was like and if you want to be there for our next live Q.? And A. Session and there's still time to come in. Our next expert is going to be an an animal and essential oils experts..
"lindsey" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture
"Lindsey yeah i mean they sound good you know sometimes certain images of ourselves from high school are seared into our minds that's like who we were back in the day the poor fashion choices and lassus yeah i have a memory a horrible member i used to play the clarinet and it's like it's the least cool instrument in the band in my mind i should've played the saxophone and the trumpet or loudest so a flout is also kind of well it's all the clarinet i don't know about kind of level i mean i love to yeah i have a memory of we used to have band concerts right and my mom made me wear this horrible blouse with like a tie like a girly tie from nineties like a tide where with a blouse and it's just like miserable i think i saw a picture recently of me on stage with my clarinet real oh you got to send me that i want to say and that image in my mind forever from like the fourth grade or so oh my gosh that's so funny oh my gosh yeah old old times yeah so let's go let's go through this role place so what was the first thing that you said you were talking about an embarrassing picture okay so i said oh that picture so embarrassing now it's seared into my mind right so it's something i remembered since then yeah right right right and then i said on never forget the time when my mom had me where that giant dress.
"lindsey" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Lindsey the the more music and more variety sixty minutes nonstop 43 maya that home live fish though and i fail the and the twoeuro these days off i wish we know we'll go away a owen this means i will for you no no i will waive or you and for you.