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Fresh update on "lori" discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody
"They had steelcase. And you know they had all kinds of different Things going on in grand rapids. When detroit got hard hit grand rapids was okay and it was halfway between detroit and chicago and i made wonderful friends and had an amazing experience there and then after grand rapids. I got the opportunity to go to the west when you get to grand rapids. That's your first on air gig right like as a host. That was my first paid on air where somebody paid me money to talk and i worked with lori. D. young who actually is in baltimore is a country. Radio morning hosts to went on to have an amazing career. And i got to work. With dave logan and all kinds of amazing people and really learn the craft and again met lifelong friends produced and hosted my own show. You know ended up just trying to immerse myself in the community as much as possible the controller at the radio station. Who was just a lovely lovely woman. She was going through a divorce and she had this great big house on a street called thorn apple river road and it was so beautiful and she had a huge garden and she had two little kids and she had spare rooms so i ended up rooming with her and getting to be in the middle of family. While i was doing my talk show. So i met her friends and they were teachers lawyers. Doctors shop owners got have conversations with people that. If i had just gotten an apartment somewhere house somewhere i never would have had so. It was through sarah. She really opened up that town for me. In a way that was very very special just by living in her house and by the way getting a whole basement to myself in the mid west which is phenomenal. And i really had a great experience and when that job ended i remain grateful to this day to to having had that experience charley right. Who was on the la came out there. I mean there are a lot of people. Because we were trying a lot of fun things treating. Am talk radio like personality. Fm morning shows all day long before anybody had the idea to do that. I think a lot of people view including myself as just this incredible talent and amongst the top consultants on the planet with so much knowledge and do so well spoken. I mean it's actually kind of a little bit intimidating when i speak to you. Because you're just so articulate. And did you have i look you and when i speak to you you exude confidence and it sounds like you were brought up with all this confidence in love and support around you. Were you nervous. When you're they're cracking the mike for the first time and really kinda cut in your teeth at the radio station. I would love to hear more about. Just kind of some of your vulnerabilities at that point. I think the vulnerabilities are more the politics of a radio station. Like when you walk into a radio station. It took me a long time to understand. You have to be really really nice to the front desk receptionist. That's a person who has wielded great power. Sometimes somebody would get fired because the owners waste. Hairdresser didn't like the morning men and those were the things that didn't seem fair or right to me and the lesson. That was hardest for me. Because i wanted life to be fair and it is not in the lesson that was hardest for me to learn and once i learned it it changed my life and it was really later on. It was ed shane late edge. Shane who was the country consultant. Who sat down with me and he said there's what's right..
Chicago's Lightfoot Asks Biden for Help Amid Crime Wave After Dismissing Trump's Offer
"The image of lori lightfoot asking joe biden for federal help because of the surging explosion of crime in chicago. I remember a president who offered chicago help. I'm let's see who would that be jesse yet. Blond hair believe very tight. Red red tie walk with a swagger so he would send in task forces. You offer the national guard ivy. He pretty much bag them to say yes but he was racist according to them and they didn't want to raise his help them and now all of the black people in the south side are living in fear because of stray bullets. Is that what you want. America it's crazy.
"lori" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Her at the time she said that and i think there was a feeling of but then she blamed that mindset on her growing up in a bubble that she didn't understand why it was wrong and how people could be so upset about the situation least. She's being honest. I don't know. I mean i guess that's honest you know She what else could she do at this point. I don't think there's anything you can do except throw yourself on. The mercy of the court at this point until then lori was released but was removed from many shows movies and will likely have repercussions for a very long time to come but some might argue that she didn't have much of a criminal justice sentence. So perhaps that is the justice. In this case we're gonna talk about that in a minute. And i'm not sure i actually have some mixed feelings. Gianola is now under his term of supervised. Release as well but now. Let's talk about why this happened. The causes and whether or not we think the criminal justice system got it right. Let's kick out and criminological theory here. I'm gonna pose this question to you. Why did this happen. How do we explain it. But i bet i already know your answer. White privilege No criminal harry what i've got two theories neutralization theory that one of your no but that is so good can you explain big neutralization. Theory explains white collar crime nicely. No it explains it so just because it's when people give excuses and justifications for their behavior so it's almost like livia didn't think it was wrong because in her world. It's a justification denial of wrongdoing denial of injury right. Yeah it's an olive responsibility. These excuses that allow otherwise people who are good in air quotes to commit bad behaviors while neutralizing their guilt. Wow that's good that one meghan okay. Fine you want me to give you mine. Let's save get out to you again. Yes give me yours. That's the only one i kept thinking of..
"lori" Discussed on Women and Crime
"And i think you're right what people don't realize it's also a win and that's how prosecutors unfortunately are measured in terms of success convictions. You also can't ignore the fact that plea bargaining is also very beneficial for the guilty defendant in most cases. I know you don't agree i no. I don't agree necessarily. I think that people are coerced into the other. Course up charged. Or i think that people who are poor and to are maybe innocent or somewhat innocent of committed lesser crimes. Just have no options like everything else. It benefits certain people and who does it up. And if people that are marginalized communities game. With right yeah. I definitely have mixed feelings on that one lori was facing two months in prison and a fine of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars while gianola was facing five months in prison. Nfl of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. In august of twenty twenty. A federal judge accepted the sentencing deal for laughlin for genially agreeing to the terms of two months for laurie and five for newly. Laurie began serving her sentence on october. Thirtieth twenty twenty at the federal correctional institution in dublin california. Her husband reported to the federal correctional complex in lompoc california on november nineteen twenty twenty to serve the five month sentence. But what about the ringleader. Rick singer he pled guilty to his crimes but has remained free on bail for two years. What with no sentencing date in sight and during which time he has cooperated fully with the fbi to help catch the other. He's turning deals. Left and right often ryan. He recorded all these. A lot of people were caught because of his recordings he fully reported to protect himself. Or why was he was recording. This phone calls that he was making deals with parents once he was caught by the fbi. Our your once. He was caught. He was an informant for them. Correct i thought you meant prior to that. He was recording all his phone calls. Nope he started recording them as part of his cooperation with the fbi and now he remains free while laurie was released from prison on december. Twenty eighth two thousand twenty. After serving her two months she must also serve. Two years of supervised release now supervise released to so everyone knows is the federal version of parole because the federal system no longer has parole supervised releases the same thing. She has to perform one hundred hours of community service. Pay that fine of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars and her husband was ordered to serve two years of supervised release performed two hundred fifty hours of community service and pay that two hundred fifty thousand dollar fine gene newly reported for his five month sentence in november having spent the first eight weeks in solitary confinement due to the spread of corona virus imprisons gianola lawyers tried to get him released early on these grounds because solitary for eight. Weeks is a very long time though. He had a fair argument about solitary. And this is one. I address in my policy classes. I mean eight weeks. This was also unprecedent times where prisons were trying to figure out how to handle corona virus and the spread. But did you know that there's been a real movement to limit solitary confinement. Now you probably know that new jersey actually a couple of years ago pass legislation. That said you can't you solitary for more than twenty days but the un. I'm not sure if you know this. Amy says that fifteen days is tantamount to torture. And i would agree that it's even less. There had been some really famous lawsuits revealed that prisoners at certain institutions. Most famously pelican bay in california were held in solitary for years The psychological effects the deleterious consequences the ptsd everything. We know now indicates that solitary has tremendous consequences on long-term mental health. The scandal was a surprise especially from laurie laughlin..
"lori" Discussed on Women and Crime
"I mean most people or many people including myself improbably. You are going to know her from her famous role in the abc sitcom full house. Course did you watch house. Of course. I did an becky and uncle uncle jesse yes while she was cast in the show from nineteen eighty to nineteen ninety five because her carrots high now as we said she was cast as becky and she was initially set for just a six episode arc but she became a regular after becoming a very popular character on the of. What did he say. Lord have mercy every time it. What did he say hammer. Yes lord have mercy right like every time. She looks good or something like that was his line. Laurie lafon also appeared in many other productions such as fuller house. She was in the reboot of nine to now hudson street and in case of emergency and in a number of other shows to say now. My favorite film with her was a movie called secret. Admirers have you heard of that. Nope well you know i love. Eighties flings be honest. This one was with thomas. Sowell and kelly preston and laughlin played tony and she was a secret admirer. They were in high school of michael. Who of course was in love with. Deborah played by kelly preston and it was like this cute little dynamic and she would write notes and stuff and of course it was cheesy. No one killed anyone. Nobody killed anyone. It was an adorable eighties movie but anyway back to laurie. That's a side note laurie. Married michael are burns. Who was an investment banker but they divorced shortly after in nineteen ninety-six. She met her. Now husband maasim. Oh giannoli in nineteen ninety five and they eloped. Not long after on thanksgiving in nineteen ninety-seven. Do you know who massimo is. I'm wearing muslim pants right now. I remember target used to have we to love that line. that was. That was my favorite line. I'm not gonna lie. And target those my favorite line bringing that maasim ojea newly was the creator of the muslim. Oh clothing line that amien. I both loved from target and pacific. On where oh okay no. I didn't remember the skater. Brand right like i don't know if he did that. One to be honest. Laughlin became the stepmother to johnny johnny lee son from a previous relationship and mossy mo and. Laurie eventually had two daughters together. Isabella rose and olivia jade. And they're really going to become the focus of this week's episode. Have you seen a libya. Jade's youtube no. I have not okay because she has a youtube channel where she gives beauty tips and she has an instagram account where she has over a million followers on both our instagram and youtube channel. So she's pretty leaders and influence influencer. Yes she is and she's sharing her beauty tips. Her sister isabella rose is known as the more laid back and chill sister on march twelfth. Two thousand nineteen lori and massimo were to fifty people who were caught by the justice department in a nationwide college admission scandal later to be known as operation varsity blues which is really off because in that movie you had. Parents pushing their children But nobody really buying their kids into an education in fact it was the opposite..
Fatal Shooting of Chicago Officer Widens Breach Between Mayor Lightfoot and Police
"Take some calls on this subject of mayor lori lightfoot and crime in chicago in the wake of devastating police shooting this past weekend. Let's go to line three mike who's in chicago illinois. Hello mike hi. Thanks for taking my talk call. You're doing a great job. Say i'm not surprised at the mayor because she's been showing her true colors for years. She's always hated police. She hates christians west year. She sent the police. It's traffic aides to write tickets around churches that remained open and refused to close down private independent churches. She wouldn't let anyone go to comiskey park wingfield baseball games but she was in the paper sky box with her family. She could do things no one else can do. And they're the same. And i don't know if you know this but a week before. This police officer was tragically killed. It was on the internet but the local news for refuse to pick up. The police officers were attacked and beaten and they are afraid to pull their weapons out absolutely. I'm glad that you brought up that example mike because there was a similar incident just a few days ago in boston in front of the boston public library where police three police officers were brutally beaten by someone who they were wanting to arrest in who is of course resisting arrest. You are right. Mayor lightfoot does not care about police. Where is her outrage about this again. Just last thing that i played a video of her responding and she was just saying. Oh it's a very emotional time. Where is her outraged. She doesn't sound devastated or angry. Because she doesn't care
This Cult Haircare Company Has Launched a Beauty Line
"So i do wanna talk now about your be attended cosmetic live because we all know and love. It's a ten hair care. What made you say. Okay it's time to get into cosmetics in color you know what it's a natural progression for me. It's a natural listen. Beauty is head to toe and I really wanna create additional products with underneath the. It's a ton umbrella so to speak. That really creates anything that a woman is going to need to get ready so be a hair extension. it can be The makeup it can be obviously be attend. Has the same type concept behind it. Simple easy to use multifunctional makeup. That you don't need youtube tutorials you don't need a million brushes. Have the applicators really built right into the makeup itself. It's kind of you pick it up. It's self explanatory. you use it. And you get those fashionable grade beautiful results. We go holy smokes. I can't live with this product. Those are the kind of products. I like to create and i want to do it in the color world is well obviously so i love it too and i have to say when you say the word color like. You've got some really bold bright colors. do you think that your inspired clayton lori. Okay florida by puerto rican woman. And we just you know we can do. We can do muted as well. But honestly i'm all about the pop and especially now listen. We're still mass occasionally. We're still like having to make our eyes pop and and when you take your mask off we have beautiful lip stains that you still have some lip on even if a little bit came off in your mask instantly. We have a brown scare boom a little little applicator. You have a popping brow at a great dual chamber mascara so things that are just gonna make it really easy for people to really have those professional grade results without you know a lot of work and that's all about. We need a ten minute face nowadays. You know what are you. What is the lip product that you're using right now. Your lips look gorgeous. Thank you so that is definitely one of our. It's our lip gloss And it's it's the one that was in the new beauty box literally. The beautiful thing about it is. I'm pretty dark skinned i. I can get very pale as well but no matter. What whether i have my summer tan. When i have my really kind of winter skin this color goes with so many different skin tones. That's one thing. I'll as well a b. Attend makeup is literally all the way from say. The palest appeals to the darkest darkest everything from our foundations to our our lipsticks to our i colors. They really are super diversified. And so it's really about being all inclusive with beauty Bracing your own natural beauty. We don't have this cookie cutter kind of a Type of you know. It's only for this totally for that.
Police Rightfully Give Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot the Cold Shoulder
"Lori Lightfoot was given the cold shoulder. Chicago police officer L. A French, as you know, was killed. Just moments before about 30 officers turned their backs on the mayor Lightfoot tried to talk to the mayor, Officers, father The male officers file and none of the one the one in severe critical condition. Who himself is a retired Chicago police officer. He clearly wanted nothing to do with life foot, according to two sources who were there. The father excoriated the mayor and blamed her for what had happened. One source said Lightfoot handled herself well. Obviously one of the PR flacks for her. As the father yell at her, she listened and treated him with respect. Then it was suggested Lightfoot's a few words to nearby grieving officers. But as she approached, they all walked away from her to the other side of the Bank of chairs turn their backs. On her. Sources said. Um And even her statement was so bizarre.
Ulta Beauty Shops Opening at 100 Target Stores in August
"This when it was announced earlier in the year, but target in ultra beauty All the beauty Ulta beauty. Um, it's happening in August. So you know, in some of our target stories you're going to be seeing, um in more than 100, Alta Beauty shop and shop concepts are opening up a target this month. I don't know in the twin cities. I think there's when it rolls down it. I think for it Submit way. Yes, Midway has been doing a huge remodel model, and they Don't know if this is still happening, but they are having great cosmetics clearance O older, you need to go there. I don't know if it's still happening, But every time I've gone there, I'm like I'm going to take this this this this because they're probably getting any misaligned. Right? And I always think Target his head. I liked the depth of their makeup life. Yes, they had They had good ones. There are super bargains right now. Go, go, go. Okay, Go, Go, go, go! Here's Here's what's going to be included. So if you like these Brands. You can now get it at the Alta Stores target bare minerals, which are used to a bumble and bumble, Clinique and Mac. So that's just to name some of them that you're gonna be able to get a touch. It's like when Sephora went into J. C. Penney there. Yeah, that's fine. Love that.
"lori" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast
"From the person new you water in a restaurant to the person who checks you out in the grocery store to the person who waves you through a crosswalk. Thank them make eye contact with them smile at them. Make the world a better place simply because you appreciate those who make your life just a little bit easier. Even if they're getting paid for it that's not the point. Yeah i agree with that one. And i really do try to make it a habit key there to what lori said folks is the eye contact. Not creepy eye contact. Just just just not just when you're saying you're saying thanks to say thank you and hold it while you're saying the whole thing right and that is contagious that makes people who are getting paid some nominal wage. I've worked so many of these jobs Checking you out at the grocery store but they're burned and that little thank you little bit of energy even if they don't expect Reciprocity but know that it does make a difference. I read that on your site. You know what true giving and true kindness has absolutely no attachment to a return. That's how i speak it. I love that and then to you. This is the part where you get to ask me a question. Do you have a question for me. Any question How do we stay involved. What is the best way for. All it takes to share out what super nice club is doing. That's a lovely question. And that's i From a guest. We don't ask anything of our guests aside from their time. That's it Which you've already given a love that. If you feel that this podcast is a good one and you want to share it out to your people. That's all we ask We're always open to partnerships with nonprofits. And we've done a few with On the unsheltered population things like that. So if there's a room that makes sense department super.
Lori Vallow Indicted in 2019 Killing of Her Fourth Husband
"Mom from Idaho, facing new charges. Here's a B CS Marcus more the 48 year old awaiting trial for the death of her two Children. Has now been charged with conspiracy to commit first degree murder in the death of her former husband, Charles. Val. Oh, in 2019, Laurie balance now deceased brother Alex Cox killed Charles value in what was originally ruled as self defense. Police warned. Body camera shows officers responding to the scene even speaking with Lori that day, prosecutors are now alleging that Val Oh quote Agreed with Alexander Cox that at least one of them or another would engage in conduct constituting the offense of first degree murder. I can't get in touch with US kids roughly six months earlier body camera video obtained exclusively by ABC News. Chose Charles valid, telling police that his wife had lost touch with reality. Telling the officers that she threatened to kill him, he said. I can murder you. I will kill you because you're not Charles and nobody will care. Lori and her current husband, Chad Gable, are already facing first degree murder charges in the death of Lorries. Two Children, JJ entirely Miss Day Bell is present here. Glory and Chad Gable also charged with murder in the death of Chad's former wife, Tammy. All five deaths close to the couple happening. Within months of JJ and Tyler's disappearance and death. The couple have maintained their innocence. Glory briefly appeared in court via Zoom last month. Her attorney has argued that she is not fit to stand trial in documents filed by her attorney stating, quote Completed assessment determined that at this time the defendant is not competent to proceed and recommends restorative treatment. Chad Day Bill later pleading not guilty, Mr Day Bell. Can you hear me? Okay. Yes, And in a separate indictment related to day bills, first wife's death, authorities accused a couple of justifying the murders because of spiritual beliefs. JJ entirely. Grandparents described the couple as being part of a doomsday cold. When Vala was arrested in
Chauvin Sentenced to More Than 22 Years for Floyd Murder
"A half years behind bars after being sentenced today for the murder of George Floyd, WGN political analyst Paul isn't it? The bottom line is he made just to 15 years for good time and all of that? That would be true for anybody but The sentence is 22 a half years you can call that light or not. But that should be the number of people focus on Liz Nick, adding, however, that this is just the beginning for show of in in terms of prison time, he is still in the middle of a federal civil rights case that could keep him behind bars for the rest of his life. Mayor Lori Lightfoot, reacting to that sentencing today, she
Chicago Bears Submit Bid to Buy Arlington International Racecourse Property
"Of a possible bears move from soldier field to the suburbs of Chicago was confirmed yesterday when the team are now to Dave submitted a bid to purchase the Arlington International Racecourse property in Arlington Heights. In a statement, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot took a shot at the team, calling it a negotiating tactic tactic noise while adding quote. Like most Bears fans, We want the organization to focus on putting a winning team on the field. Eating the Packers finally and being relevant past October and quote
Police: 4 Dead, 4 Hurt in Shooting on Chicago's South Side
"U. S. mayors asked president Joe Biden for help to curb growing gun violence in their cities it is getting worse Dayton Ohio mayor nan Whaley the new president of the U. S. conference of mayors twenty seven mayors have signed a letter to president Biden calling for federal help as mass killings another gun violence continue to climb Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot every day in America needlessly yes we do need Washington to wake up to this reality Tuesday's online conference came hours after four people were killed and four others wounded in a shooting at a home in Chicago several mass shootings over the weekend in several cities still concerns about a spike in gun violence heading into the summer I'm Tim McGuire
MacKenzie Scott, Jeff Bezos' Ex-Wife, Is Giving Away Another $2.74 Billion
"Is doing some really fabulous philanthropy with the money that she got when she divorced Jeff Bezos. So she gave away $6 billion in 2022 500, different organizations. And now for the third time in less than a year, Mackensie Scott has announced a new round of grants worth 2.74. Billion dollars Good for her that she is showing the billionaires how to do it. That's right. So the latest grants are going to be distributed to 286 organizations, including major universities, arts groups, nonprofits working to combat racial injustice. Excuse me and domestic violence of some of those the average size of a grant that Mackenzie Scott is giving his $10 million right. Wouldn't it tell me would change everything for an organization could be incredibly life changing, So some of these organizations include the Alaska Native Heritage Center, the Broward College in Florida and Jazz at Lincoln Center. So you know,
Mom Committed, Husband Pleads Not Guilty to Kids' Murders
"A man at the center of a grim saga of alleged murder doomsday believes in missing children has pleaded not guilty in Idaho courtroom appearing before judge Steven Boyce Chad day bell pleaded not guilty to murder charges handed down by a grand jury in connection with the death of his late wife and his new wife two children eight felony charges of them filed on the grand jury's indictment day they'll rent a small publishing company with his wife Tammy Dave bell who died in October twenty nineteen authorities grew suspicious when he remarried Laurie valoe just two weeks later police began searching for lorries two youngest children seven year old Josh with aloe known as JJ and seventeen year old Kylie Ryan the hearing was on the one year anniversary of when the children's bodies were found buried on day bills property in eastern Idaho the day bells espouse an apocalyptic system of religious belief on Tuesday afternoon Lori day bell was committed to a mental health facility if convicted Chad day bell could face life in prison or the death penalty I'm Jennifer king
Couple Charged With Murder of Kids in Strange Doomsday Case
"An Idaho couple who embraced doomsday religious beliefs have now been formally charged with the murder of two children the children's mother Lori valoe day bell and her new husband Chad were indicted by a grand jury on charges of murder conspiracy and grand theft in the deaths of seven year old Joshua bellow and seventeen year old tightly Ryan Chad day bell was also charged with murder for his former wife Tammy's death prosecutors say the pair endorsed religious beliefs for killing the children whose bodies were found last summer months after they had been declared missing some of the charges stem from failure to notify social security that the children were dead while the mother collected benefits on their behalf according to local media day ballot also gotten his previous wife to increase her life insurance before she died I'm Jackie Quinn
Health Officials Report 1,573 Cases of COVID-19 in Illinois; 21 Deaths
"Public health officials report more than fifteen hundred new covid cases and twenty one additional deaths in the last twenty four hours that makes for a statewide total of one point. Three seven three million cases and twenty two thousand five hundred and fifty six deaths and so far more than thirty. Nine percent of the state's population has been fully vaccinated
"lori" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Lori Julia Rocco, They're all gone. Britney! Matt! I'm Holly. We're all here this Friday afternoon. The President love it. Unaccounted for. It's a little surprise for people. You know it is not. This is Lauren, Julia. And then hopefully we get them to keep listening. We'll take what we can get. Holly. Great intro. Thank you. High energy in that dirt alert. A Plus, I don't know why we're waiting on air. I thought that's what we're supposed to do. It felt very right. Okay. On a more serious note. You and I were talking about this off air yesterday was kind of a rough one year anniversary for you. So one year ago on my way to work at five Eyewitness news I got on the light rail because I used to live downtown Minneapolis before we bought the house and I was getting on the train at the Nicollet Mall Stop and a man who I did not know was walking past me the other direction and threw something unannounced for no reason unprovoked. They've been spoken. There's something in it ended up hitting me right in my left eye, and a lot of people have been following along and people were so sweet. My talkers in particular, I will say are just a phenomenal group of people because I heard from all kinds of people actually from all over the world because the news made news because the man it was, it was labeled as a hate crime. Because of my perceived sexual orientation. This man assumed something and then decided to chuck this thing in my face, but Anyway, My talkers are wonderful. They a lot of them reached out initially and a couple of message me as they know it's the one year anniversary really right now saying, Hey, how are you doing? And I get that question a lot. Anyway, I thought maybe I could give you the quickest little update on my eyes. Fine, Okay. Yeah, that's great, But everyone's worried at the time, right? Well, that was gonna be what's funny is they did a really neat scan of my eyeball. The last time I had a checkup at the eye, doctor, and here, I'll use this as a little bit of a public service announcement. Go get your Has checked. It is so important, even if you think I have perfect vision, there's stuff going on in there that you can get an inside. Look at if you go to the eye doctor, and they did a really great scan of the retinal mesh of the It's in the back of your eye. Okay? And what's funny is my vision didn't change. But that scan did reveal that I have. You know, some weekend weekend areas of this mash and back my I probably not gonna cause an immediate problem. I do have to get scanned and watch for glaucoma that will probably develop in my left eye. The good news about that is they have drops and they can catch it early, and it won't really cause a problem. So I'm I'm on the road to recovery, and I'm gonna be a okay. Okay and Did you buy the guy? Did you ever meet the guy? Did you ever see the guy I want you and I did not talk about this before we came on the air. So we're all learning this the same time you told me I was waiting so Believe it or not what the man was deemed incompetent to stand trial so he can't face the charges in my attack or other criminal charges he's facing right now until he is competent to do so. So the courts have made that determination and a now outside group we believe, came in and also bailed him out. And so he is. Sadly, he's out walking around in Minneapolis, and there's nothing really the court system could do about it. And until recently, he also had no order to have no contact with me. So what I'm leading up to is Twice Now, Since this attack happens, I've been in downtown Minneapolis in this guy spotted me and he's come up to me, and he started talking to me about the facts of what happened that day, and he's made salient points and things and this most recent time I was on my way to an appointment and I had to call 911. Minneapolis police came and had to record the incident. And just last week I filed with the court system, so there's now a restraining order in place. So I have like that official piece of paper on, you know, thankfully, Minneapolis police were there to help me file that report and they had video from the eyeball cameras on Nicollet Mall in and they saw the guy kind of following me down the sidewalk, so That's a little scary, but, you know, now I've got the protection of the courts on my side, which I didn't have before, and hopefully he gets the help he needs. Which is the sad part of this to me. I don't want and I don't wish any particular ill will on this man. But I do wish that he would get the help. He needs to be. To be brought up to competency level, and ideally, he should face that, you know, face court for what he's done, but I wish you would get care instead of kind of kind of wallowing right now, and that's that's a flaw in our system. I personally believe that he's fell through the cracks like that. You know, I mean, The obvious is he's a danger to people, but he's also I'm worried he's gonna do it to somebody else, and I'm worried he's gonna do something to someone else. And that's that's the one thing But, gosh, it's such a difficult situation. But that's the update. And thank you for thinking of me, everybody, my talkers. You're really, really, really wonderful. People were big fans of you in general. But okay, Can I ask you something then, like there are other moments. Where are you dealing with? This is probably an inappropriate question from the military. So I This is a question that's asked me all the time. Do you feel that sense of panic and situations where that anything that reminds him that sometimes when I'm in a I think about Maybe irrationally so, but I'm sometimes I'm on the lookout in a crowded public situation. I mean, I don't write the light rail anymore, And that's just a personal choice I made in about a car and we moved so I'm not living downtown anymore. But beyond that, sometimes I'm looking around and I'm very I would just say I'm more aware of my surroundings, which you know what in this day and age, Maybe not a bad thing for everybody to do a little bit more and just be conscious of what's going on around you. Probably good advice for everyone to just ratchet that up a peg or two. But I do find that I'm way more tuned in tow. Who is around me and what they're doing? That makes absolute sense a little bit of a holdover from the incident, but all is well. I'll still be able to see the teleprompter. Good. That was our main concern. And cosmetically. You look amazing. Thanks. Let's make up in lights. You got a good shellacking and a couple flowers like it. They did it. Well, just kidding. You're turning 37 in June. Early June, we found that s O. You're 30 30 37. I'm turning 35. So in my mind, you're very old and which is wild. Well, I don't know why I have to teach you something as a new homeowner yourself. I feel like it is appropriate for me. To tell you about the value. You're holding your values of Costco. Um I did..
True Crime News: Update on Chris Watts
"Of the very first items that i read about this week is chris. What's chris watch just had his thirty sixth birthday which is crazy. I'm thirty six. And looking at the case. I'm just like wow this man who's who's my age murdered. His pregnant wife and two young daughters for those of you who are unaware his case just went viral. It was just really really really a popular topic in the true crime community because of how heinous it was more or less. It's your typical story of men cheating on wife except she was pregnant. So man cheating on wife having affairs didn't want the family anymore so he murdered all of them incredibly saad. Chris is currently being housed at the dodge correctional institution which is a maximum security. Prison in walpin was constant and apparently there is a source in prison who frequently talks to people magazine Specifically about chris and this anonymous source basically described chris watson data day. He says that he's constantly alone. President because quote. No one wants anything to do with him. He's the lowest social tier of the entire prison. He's in protective custody. Because if he's around other inmates he'd be in real danger. He's an outcast even among criminals. Which no complaints here. None whatsoever. But chris apparently spends all of his time writing his many many many pen pals who you guessed. It are almost all
HBO Reveals Photos From Game of Thrones Prequel House of the Dragon
"But, um, you know, House of Dragon House of the Dragon is the prequel to Game of Thrones and Matt Smith, who played young Prince Philip and season one in two of the crown, which we loved. He basically In a blond wig, and he joined this woman who's in a million Clarke lookalike. Emma Darcy on the beach. They're filming in Cornwall, England, and all I can think of is that this Emma Darcy must be She's a tar Jerry in so she's related to You know that anyway? It just It's 300 years before the game of Thrones. Syriza's Oh, okay, He's dressed as Prince Damon to Gary in. Well, then there's gonna be a ton of Reagan's because, remember, there were only three left right. There's 10, and he's got long ice blonde wig and shooting on this windy Holly Well, Bay Beach in Cornwall, confirming that that southwest coast of England will be a key location. And of course they let us let they release these photos. You got them out there because who knows when we're going to see this show, but Definitely and looking at the
Lori Lindsay Criticizes Bill Banning Transgender Athletes From Women's Sports
"Are introducing legislation meant to keep trans kids out of school sports After Alabama passed a law banning transgender girls from competing in school sports lawmakers in Pennsylvania have introduced a bill that would do the same. Laurie Lindsay, a sports broadcaster and former player on the U. S women's soccer team, spoke to CBS News and emphasized the rule sports place in the life of young athletes, arguing that the bill is discriminatory at its core, so these have shown that sport reduces the risk of depression. We I know firsthand what life lessons I've learned. It's the gift that keeps on giving in terms of participating with your friends, and so really, it's about learning these lessons and having access to this wonderful sport. Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolfe has said he will veto the bill if it's passed
Emilia Clarke Joins Disney Plus Series 'Secret Invasion'
"Emilia Clarke has a new job. Former Game of Thrones star. She is joining this project Secret invasion at Disney. Plus, so we're getting a lot of high profile people involved in this. She is. We don't know who's gonna be playing. But this is her first entree into the Marvel Television universe. I guess she's joining Samuel Jackson. Olivia Coleman was announced yesterday. Ben Mendelssohn, so they're trying to do you know everyone is getting there. Toward the Marvel Cinematic universe. So
Latino Groups Want DOJ Probe of Chicago Police Shooting
"Lawyers and community leaders will ask the Department of Justice to investigate the fatal shooting of a 13 year old boy by a Chicago police officer. Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois and Pilsen lost center will call on Mer Lori Lightfoot to accelerate court supervised changes to policing in Chicago and food and foot pursuits by officers and to invest federal covert relief dollars to help young people in the neighborhood, or Adam to later lived and died.
"lori" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"Welcome to nobody told me I'm jammed black. I'm Laura a wins. On this episode we welcome psychotherapist and bestselling author Lori Gottlieb to the show Lori is the author of several books the latest of which is called maybe you should talk to someone a therapist, her therapist and our lives revealed Lori. Thank you so much for joining us. It's my pleasure. Your latest book takes readers into both your therapy office where you see patients and into your own therapist's office where you landed after a crisis tell us more about how the book came about. So it wasn't like I. Woke up one day and said, I'm going to write about my experience in therapy. It was. It was it was very much. I was supposed to be writing a different book which was a book about happiness and I had was just starting out my career as a therapist and the more what was going on in the room and people's lives. The more I felt like the book that I was writing wasn't really getting it what I wanted to say about the human experience and what we all go through and what our struggles through like and so I thought I would rather Bring people into the therapy room and let them see firsthand what was going on but I also felt that it would be a little bit disingenuous if I showed what was going on with my patients but I didn't really present myself as a normal human being that I was the expert up on high and I really wanted to show that we're all more of the same than we are different and the only way I felt I could really do that was by bringing people into both experiences. You say that your greatest credential isn't your degrees or your years of training but the fact that you're a card carrying member of the human race, I love that why is simply knowing what it's like to be a person struggles and highs and everything that we go through your most coveted skill. I think because ultimately what we're doing is is connecting with people in the therapy room and we're holding up a mirror to them and helping them to see the ways that Maybe they're. They're not aware of that. They're creating more difficulties in their lives than they realize anything that you have to have a certain kind of relationship and trust in order for that process to be effective, and so if I don't know what it's like to sit on the other side of that room I, don't know what it's like to want my therapist to like me if I don't know what it's like to feel. Of something that I may have done if I don't know what it's like to self sabotage then I won't know what it's like for my patient and so I think it's really helpful to be able to say I know what it feels like I know what pain feels like it might not be your pain your paying might might not be my pain but we all know what it's like to just be a person in the world. And I. think that's really important because this this profession is very much about our humanity, and if you don't know what it's like to be a person nobody wants to go and talk to a brick wall, he wants to go to the person who you know either hasn't really experienced life or doesn't really want to engage with the person on a human level and tell us more about the crisis that landed you in a psychotherapist office. Right. So you know I, talk about how the presenting the thing that we come in with is often you know the the crisis that that brings us there whether it's you know something at work or something in our relationship or something with our child or whatever it might be but but often it has to do with something deeper that that has been going on for a long time..
"lori" Discussed on The Thrive Global Podcast
"Like weather systems. When we're in that intense pain we feel like I'm GonNa feel this way forever I can't imagine feeling any different and so we have to remember that feelings blow in they blow out whatever you're feeling in the moment will not last forever. Hey everyone. This is three five and I'm your host queries Metzker, a storyteller and strategist at thrive global founded by Arianna Huffington thrive on a mission to help people strengthen their wellbeing. So we can tap into what's best in us the wisdom creativity and strength. We have an unlock our full potential. Over the next eight episodes, we'll talk to guests like financial expert Tiffany Alicia Meditation Curb Sarah About pushing through struggle to amok confidence and resilience, we'll and each episode with their thrive getting their personal self care tactics keep them going. I'm talking Lori Gottlieb. Lori. Is a nationally renowned therapist who also writes extensively about mental health. Her books have charted. The New York Times Bestsellers List inching also writes the Atlantic where she gives advice to readers with her weekly column, the your therapist. In this episode, we talked to laureate being kind to ourselves during this moment,.
"lori" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Segments Lori and Julia did all week but the best it's a best of the week Saturday on my top one oh seven one thank you Holly Lori and Julia are back with us I think you know we went on a trip did you go we just went a little dry gas is under a dollar a sign some places have been removed and it was canceled I didn't yeah yeah that was kind of the there were rumors on Monday it was not bad in the U. K. because they were slow around yeah I love this too yeah my gosh I know I could find was Kellogg said they're going to be read can you imagine if you even though that this is happening not all of us it's just it's unbelievable I just have to just head out branded out and I'm glad I did my remote eyes PSA for you today John well I know what I I was I know I have Ramona glasses and invited my lovely turbine that I decorated and I didn't feel funny so you you were able to do it for us so if you find it on now those were my own eye glasses make everybody laugh and I was really wearing them for a reason for a while at my desk I was just sitting there taking deep breaths and Ramona eyes we're modernizing should we listen to what Stephanie is with us I don't know she isn't right well I'm trying okay was something must be going on if you have like musicians that you like the best way it seems like it is to look at their Facebook or range and locally a lot of people are doing concerts and they're like Joanne Parker you know she she plays she's been a she's a wonderful young kind of jazzy blue Z. like she's doing their request show tonight at seven o'clock on Facebook to like their page so this okay yeah a lot of people like Katy Vernon she did her show but like an hour and a half ago Nick Coster who does his at six o'clock on Facebook and and staff request shows that's fine are kind of doing that yeah it's tonight Wednesday night isn't today is Wednesday so this is always been you know a weekend starting the weekend is starting really super messing bowling you know worried about all the you know the bartenders and all the people that work at my bowling alley in Hopkins just you know because they were there they had to close right and the night at nine o'clock yesterday about eight o'clock here on CBS is the Garth Brooks and Tricia Yearwood show yes I'm gonna turn into that on the day yes that's right that when I did set my DVR yeah and they're trying to raise money yes a very John if Elton John did million billion I bet Garth and Trisha will do probably that plus yeah I would yeah they're very generous and there's a lot of them yeah yeah I really got a lot of people turning out and again we're going in the living room seven pack I know yeah well here is you know don he's been talking about and we are doing a diaper drive right now yes for Minnesotans and so if you would like to donate to that are you can just go to the my talk website and we make it really easy for everybody to donate to that and also I just got a note from our friends over at nema Fieger midtown global market is creating their making meals for Matix groups so the entrepreneurs of midtown global market have launched a simple way for the public to show their appreciation for all of our health care and medical workers so it's called meals for Matix and there's a go fund me page this you know type in meals for medics find out more about that so that is that something I think everybody's just trying to figure out a way to help out but you can't I think a lot of people are used to physically helping out donate you know time and energy and and now it's just cash rates it's just the cash because there's you we can't be around each other you just read something that was spread through your years which we can't even well you know I mean we don't know I guess that is also the the big well that's why they don't you touch your face a lot of people touch their nose with their eyes and then you're really like yeah by Rhys enter enter please yes if you find it hard not to touch your face I am not a big fees or not sure no I I did find myself picking a couple you know little things here and I know what I have I have I have one friend in particular who is just like she doesn't even I my hair twirling my hair when I features I would I'm going to have my here is just going to be in little baby bangs whatever ends because I do find myself twirling and so not really but everyone has like something that is around your hands and then something with your face some like a lot of us great yeah the guys are playing with their beards or their mustache the judge there for it's just your it's you really have to like watch yourself for a couple of days to G. to break yourself of you don't even realize that it's something yeah like I always knew you know like if I was having reading too long to get my hair wash I'm seeing the gray I yes I am we're only here because it was good in crunch she was like the best for heating oh my god all these like you feel yourself making the break the I believe it was oddly so it's crunchy and hair shouldn't go I had so much crap in our area yeah you know people self soon a lot this facing so it does seem like we should play.
"lori" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"Today we're speaking with Laura Berman. Laurie runs the day today. Operations and the Mobile Unit for the Toby Project. She's been with the organization since day one and considers her work not just a job but emission. She's a native New Yorker currently lives in Brooklyn with her twenty one year old cat Francis Lori grew up in Queens New York and considers herself in activists in that she always has been involved in cause related work whether it be a political campaign or helping people with AIDS. She truly believes in giving back and that people can make effective change at the grassroots level through hard work commitment and forging effective partnerships. She got involved with the toby project after coming back to New York from Portland Oregon where she spent several months working. She wanted to get involved in something meaningful and met Dr Andrew Kaplan through his practice city veterinary care. He was the vet for her two cats and his passionate commitment to animal welfare inspired her to get involved fast forward. Eleven years later. She's an integral part of the organization's Lifeblood and operations her role at the toby project encompasses many areas but a key component is to further the mission of the organization make effective use of the three to four days per week at the toby project operates in addition to low income pet owners in the bronx and Brooklyn. Much of the focus has been on community cats particularly in the last year when the toby project has seen a huge increase in calls for help to that end she implemented Mobile Mondays for feral and abandoned cats by appointment with tr. Certified folks in Brooklyn. In addition she has built effective working relationships with those doing. Tr will often do partnership days. These days are unique and valuable service whereby the toby project gives the day to a reliable tr person in Brooklyn or the Bronx and they are responsible for filling the truck in the past year alone. The to- Project has done partnership days with Brooklyn Animal Action Little Wanderers. The New York City can't coalition flatbush. Cats fat cats and other organizations in addition Laurie oversees and implements their contract with the city of Yonkers and sends the truck there on a monthly basis to do spay neuter of community cats. This has been much needed. Free Service in Yonkers and demonstrates their commitment in reducing the feral cat population through spay neuter. Laurie like to welcome you to the show. Thank you so much. Thanks grace to be here. Thank you yeah so I spoke with Andy couple of weeks ago or about a month ago or so in his episode number. Three hundred and thirty nine so folks missed the interview with Dr Kaplan who also runs the toby project. Feel free to check out that episode at the community podcast Dot Com. But in that conversation with him he kept referencing. You need to ask Lori this question and you need to keep asking this question and so I knew at that moment that I wanted to get Lori on the show so I want to thank you again for joining me today and we can talk about the nuts and bolts about everything that you know about the toby project and how things really run at the ground level before we dive into that. I'd like to just ask you. How did you get started in animal welfare and get really passionate? Were you involved before the Toby Project? I wasn't and I spent a few months in Portland Oregon and the West Coast in California and basically just trying to see if that was going to work in terms of me living there and they did not so. I came back to New York and I wanted to get involved in something meaningful. And Dr Kaplan was the vet of my cats and he spoke so passionately in knowledgeable about animal welfare that he inspired me to get involved and so by signed up to be a volunteer with toby project and that was in two thousand nine eleven years ago and I have stayed with the organization since some of that was really my first involvement in animal welfare but specifically spay neuter. And I really didn't understand at that. Point the concept of spay neuter making New York City of no kill city and the amount of dogs and cats that actually argues tonight because they not available homes so that was my first start with animal welfare I have to say an amazing eleven years. You're beginning your education process back in two thousand and eight thousand nine and a lot has changed within New York in that period of time before we go into those details about the toby project you know. What have you seen sort of change over the years for community cats in particular in New York? Well I think that there is a lot more effort and a lot more coordinated effort to do tr to them. Spay neuter to make use of programs like the ASPCA. Toby project in really just a lot. More Information and coverage has been on the plight of abandoned cats in New York City. So that has definitely been a change. Also I will say from Toby. Project perspective our focus particularly in the last year year and a half has been a lot on community cats. We've seen a huge increase in calls coming into the Chubby phone for people who want help people recognize that cats are reproducing and it is the best thing for them as well as the community to get them span neutered so you think the increase in calls is more about general popular awareness about the opportunities for trap neuter return or just. There's no other I mean I think it's awareness and also gives just for whatever reason I don't know the reason for this. There's just seems to be an explosion in cats in New York whether may be I mean. Maybe it's the warmer weather and there's no kitten season seems to happen all year round. I'm not exactly sure what the reason is but I know that from my perspective. In answering the toby following there has been a huge increase in calls particularly this last year and talking to other people who use our truck and other people who do tr people have just seen just an increase in cats all over the place. Cats kittens dumped friendly's very sad. Do you feel that? There's a change in the accessibility for affordable veterinary care. Has it become less affordable or all those opportunities still open to folks veterinary killer speaker. Newt or both I would say spay neuter as a priority and then the veterinary carrot is secondary but I feel that across the country. There's been a reduction in the number of dollars available for really affordable spay neuter for various grants. And that kind of thing. So I think that the dollars have dried up a bit and that might be playing a role too. Yeah I mean that. Might be certainly. There is not a lot of money for spay neuter. I'm not really involved in financial end of things so much but I just know from talking to people who do. Tr for example. It's very hard to get spots. I mean the ASPCA obviously doesn't amazing service in New York City but it's difficult to get spots there. We have limited days. I think it's a combination things in probably funding wise. There is not a lot of funds. I span neuter so at the toby project. Tell me a bit about your clinic. You operate out of a truck and you mash style clinics or just operating out of a truck. We just operate out of a truck right now. We had a stationary clinic. A spay neuter clinic for feral cats from two thousand eleven through two thousand eighteen through the generosity of Diana Who donated the space. Unfortunately she needed the space back so we lost that stationary clinic last December. So right now we're sole means of operation is our mobile unit and it operates three to four days a week which includes some days for the community cats or is that in addition to that's including so we operate. Saturdays Sundays and Mondays sometimes an extra day Saturday Sundays. Mondays is the primary days that I have staff to staff the mobile unit Saturdays for low income pet owners. Bronx Sunday's a mixture. We have a contract with the city of yonkers. Go Up there and do feral spay neuter. So we go up there once a month and we have other contracts. That usually take our Sundays and Mondays are for federal in abandoned. Cats are trump is parked in Brooklyn. We also have I think is really unique and very valuable service at toby project provides. We have partnership days where someone who is T- In our certified who is responsible when highly regarded in the Cunard world will call and book a private. Toby Day in so I give the day to them and they are responsible for filling truck and we basically come to them to do span neuter and that is in that is in Brooklyn and the Bronx. And how many cats can you do a day? So on our trump twenty usually like it's a mixture of Ferrell's in friendlies. Usually the breakdown is about thirteen. Feral seven friendly's somebody has more ferals that say they have sixteen Farrell's than if bring transfer chops instead of the the full sized traps. We can do more Ferrell's but it's usually about twenty cats at our stationary clinic. Which was just an amazing thing that we had for so long. We use the did about twenty five twenty six but that's stationary versus mobile. Yes so the one key component that I discovered with regards to mobile that was so challenging. Is that the traps. Take up a lot of space. They take up a lot of space. Which is why I encourage when I broke the appointments that I the appointments for Mobile Mondays. I encourage people to bring them and transfer traps. I realized that cats can't recover and transfer traps so they have to transfer their back to the regular size but if they bring them and transfer traps we can accommodate more feral cats on our Mondays. Yeah when we were doing the clinic with our cat mobile. I don't believe they could take more than four five traps at a time because we had so many built in cages La Vehicle. There just wasn't enough room to stack them up and position them in a way where everybody was safe all that exactly if we have more traps we have to be able to monitor the cats when they're recovering so you know twenty. Two traps would prevent us from doing that. So one thing that we did do is. We worked with the city of Fitchburg and partnered with a nonprofit group and a did the watching of the recovery used a heated bay at the fire department and so that was a fully feral day. So that was like thirty trapped cats and rate Move into the vehicle and move out and then they were designated people watching recovery so it was like a mobile clinic with a little mash style to it right so that was one of our work arounds because when we initially bought about the cat mobile we really think about owned component because the organizational also does smashed all clinics once a month for Farrell's but it seemed like there was a really big need for Farrell's on the cap mobile too so we were trying to do a work around with regard strike. One of those things is as you are leading us up and it sounds like you've had to over the years become more sort of inventive and willing to experiment you're creating these partnerships with organizations and obviously you know in order to make your finances meet you need to have a certain amount of cats arrive every day you have these partnerships with groups. I assume they meet their target numbers when they're coming to your days when they're set up is that a challenge to ensure that the right number cats show up every day. No not really to be honest because there's so many so many that need it's not challenge usually like for Monday's for example. Give you an example so for this Monday thirteenth. I'm overbooked but I usually do. Is I overbook. Because usually someone either has to cancel because they can't trap or they haven't been able to get the cat or for whatever reason but we're only at Wednesday for this Monday the thirteenth. I'm already booked. We have for this Sunday. For example. We're doing a partnership day with some few people who do tr in Staten Island. So we're GONNA have our truck parked in Brooklyn and they're going to bring the cats to us and they're already filled the truck so honestly it's really not a challenge to fill the truck because there's so much need and because we're not in operation seven days a week that there is usually a book days in advance so you don't have a problem with no shows really no. I mean no shows rarely very rarely do I have. I mean someone will only Sunday night for example and say I haven't been able to trap the cat if you can give the spot to someone else. That's fine but no shows no I mean really do. We have no shows even from the low income pet owners side. It's through the lone. Competitor is a difference than we operate very differently on for low income earners so four. Saturdays for example. When trump is in Lebron's do first come first serve similar to the ACC where people will start winding up very early. Oftentimes at five five thirty because they know that we have limited spots on truck in getting their early will increase their chances of getting their pets. They are new debt dates so low on competitors. We operate very differently than rt in our days. Two days ago by appointment. Low income pet owners first-come-first-serve. Oh very interesting. Yeah it's operated very differently. We do have contract with animal care centers in New York City for spay neuter and they actually make appointments for us but with them. It's by appointment but for our days it's first come. Hi everybody early bird. Tickets for sale for the two thousand twenty all nine kidney conference which will be held on June twelfth through fourteenth..
"lori" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Lori and join in singing as we begin our celebration mother spray god who have made.
"lori" Discussed on Your Life Program
"Us every day I'm your host Andrea Hammer and I am a certified health and wellness coach I'm a certified fitness trainer and.
"lori" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Lori Gottlieb welcomed armchair expert thank you how how are you doing today. I'm doing great took a long ride to get over here yeah I were. How long do you think it was? It was over an hour west side to Hollywood Hollywood on a Friday is a real beating yeah. I wasn't expecting that is your does on that side of town. It is normal commute like seven minutes. Oh aw by design no you grew up in. La Dead I'm a native that's very rare. It is but to me L. As kind of like mayberry I like to I think for people who come here from other places. It's this sprawling megalopolis yeah but for me I walked down the street and I see like people from kindergarten really yeah yeah and the the same ladies who worked at the bakery when when my mother would take me when I take my son they're still there. Oh that's wonderful yeah zone. Did you grow up in. I grew up in the west side and you go Sam. Oh no you didn't I went to high school. Who Guy was that traumatic? No it wasn't it was it. It's okay because of course from someone that's from Michigan Monica from Georgia. I think Beverly Hills Nine O. Two I think of guys driving Lamborghinis as a school huge mansions was all that in the mix now television television isn't always reality yeah which is gossip for one second. Did you have any famous classmates do ooh. Let's see so David Trimmer from friends older than I was and Nick Cage H was my brothers here all my let's just take a little second there so he's probably the reason I got into acting really. I am so fascinated with him. What an interesting human being? Do you remember him in your high school. I do remember him. You know I was a freshman when he was a senior so I didn't have any interaction with him but I definitely knew who he was. Okay yeah all right now. More mom and dad do totally not in the business. My Dad was a stockbroker and my mom was a travel agent. Yeah you guys got to travel done. When you're younger it means that my mom and dad traveled we did travel though because they often right they'll have travel agents come for free just to give their stamp of approval? Yes trips and my mother would go like familiarization trips. I think it stands for straight to family. I wish so yes. She's been everywhere to travel all she has wanderlust. Yes you know that would be a good partner for me every three days. I WanNa go somewhere else so does she. I think I should introduce you. You know who else does Ted Turner Earner. I watched a sixty minutes segment on him. Jane Fonda said the hardest part about being married to him. was that every three days he's like all right. Let's get on the plane and go somewhere else. I gotTA GET OUTTA here. I can really relate to that now. Did you go directly from Beverly Hills high to Yale. I did okay. I can't imagine you know a lot about Monica and I we've invented a term called UNI file. We are unique files. We really like vs fancy schools. We're kind of obsessed with fancy schools and in Beverly Hills high on top hop of it that's kind of a one to this but yell and then ultimately Stanford Right so I started yelling at my first two years there and then I transferred to Stanford because I got a job working doing motion picture publicity for paramount for the college demographic in the bay area so I had to be the bay area so I laughed so did you have interest in the movie business but I did. I worked after college. I worked in the entertainment business doing what well. I was an assistant at an agency right trial by fire and then I did film development and then moved over to NBC and I was a baby aby executive at NBC the year that E. R. and friends both premier must see TV that was when must see tv was what a timeout now Monica's religion is obsessed with David Trimmer coming. I know who passed that but I felt got it. He plays a he's a reoccurring theme in your life. Yeah I hope somebody I guess I'm wondering how you would get from that on on that trajectory to then psychology and yeah yeah. It's a really non linear path but I think it makes sense in retrospect. I think everything that I've done God has to do with story and the human condition and so when I was working in Hollywood it was all I love story. That was why I wanted to do it. I unloved these rich human stories and when I was working on Er we had this consultant on the show who is an actual er doc and he would you know help choreograph choreograph the trauma basins and make sure that they were accurate. Sometimes we wouldn't always put a mask on George Clooney because why do you WANNA cover that face rory but everything was really really accurate on that show I mean that was because of Joe and I would spend some time in the Er with him and beyond one point he said to me. I think you like it better here than you like your job and I just I love the Er because nobody ends up in an er because something was expected. it's kind of an inflection point in people's lives when you just see people come in and they're they are and so while the show was you know great in terms of really really capturing this this human experience I think seeing it in real life was really fascinating to me and so I did go to medical school so I left. NBC I went to Stanford Stanford from a backup to Stanford to medical school. I don't know if that fits into your obsession with yeah. You're.
"lori" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Lori Gottlieb welcomed armchair expert thank you how are you doing today. I'm doing great took a long ride to get over here yeah I were. How long do you think it was? It was over an hour west side to Hollywood Hollywood on a Friday is a real beating yeah. I wasn't expecting that is your does on that side of town. It is normal commute like seven minutes. Oh aw by design no you grew up in. La Dead I'm a native that's very rare. It is but to me L. As kind of like mayberry I like to I think for people who come here from other places. It's this sprawling megalopolis yeah but for me I walked down the street and I see like people from kindergarten really yeah yeah and the the same ladies who worked at the bakery when when my mother would take me when I take my son they're still there. Oh that's wonderful yeah zone. Did you grow up in. I grew up in the west side and you go Sam. Oh no you didn't I went to high school. Who Guy was that traumatic? No it wasn't it was it. It's okay because of course from someone that's from Michigan Monica from Georgia. I think Beverly Hills Nine O. Two I think of guys driving Lamborghinis as a school huge mansions was all that in the mix now television television isn't always reality yeah which is gossip for one second. Did you have any famous classmates do ooh. Let's see so David Trimmer from friends older than I was and Nick Cage H was my brothers here all my let's just take a little second there so he's probably the reason I got into acting really. I am so fascinated with him. What an interesting human being? Do you remember him in your high school. I do remember him. You know I was a freshman when he was a senior so I didn't have any interaction with him but I definitely knew who he was. Okay yeah all right now. More mom and dad do totally not in the business. My Dad was a stockbroker and my mom was a travel agent. Yeah you guys got to travel done. When you're younger it means that my mom and dad traveled we did travel though because they often right they'll have travel agents come for free just to give their stamp of approval? Yes trips and my mother would go like familiarization trips. I think it stands for straight to family. I wish so yes. She's been everywhere to travel all she has wanderlust. Yes you know that would be a good partner for me every three days. I WanNa go somewhere else so does she. I think I should introduce you. You know who else does Ted Turner Earner. I watched a sixty minutes segment on him. Jane Fonda said the hardest part about being married to him. was that every three days he's like all right. Let's get on the plane and go somewhere else. I gotTA GET OUTTA here. I can really relate to that now. Did you go directly from Beverly Hills high to Yale. I did okay. I can't imagine you know a lot about Monica and I we've invented a term called UNI file. We are unique files. We really like vs fancy schools. We're kind of obsessed with fancy schools and in Beverly Hills high on top hop of it that's kind of a one to this but yell and then ultimately Stanford Right so I started yelling at my first two years there and then I transferred to Stanford because I got a job working doing motion picture publicity for paramount for the college demographic in the bay area so I had to be the bay area. Oh so I laughed so did you have interest in the movie business but I did. I worked after college. I worked in the entertainment business do we what will I was an assistant at an agency right trial by fire and then I did film development and then moved over to NBC and I was a baby aby executive at NBC the year that E. R. and friends both premier must see tv that was when must see TV was what a timeout now Monica's religion is obsessed with David Trimmer coming. I know who passed that but I felt got it. He plays a a reoccurring theme in your life. Yeah I hope somebody I guess I'm wondering how you would get from that on on that trajectory to then psychology and yeah yeah. It's a really non linear path but I think it makes sense in retrospect. I think everything that I've done God has to do with story and the human condition and so when I was working in Hollywood it was all I love story. That was why I wanted to do it. I unloved these rich human stories and when I was working on Er we had this consultant on the show who is an actual er doc and he would you know help choreograph choreograph the trauma basins and make sure that they were accurate. Sometimes we wouldn't always put a mask on George Clooney because why do you WanNa cover that face rory but everything was really really accurate on that show I mean that was because of Joe and I would spend some time in the Er with him and beyond one point he said to me. I think you like it better here than you like your job and I just I love the Er because nobody ends up in an er because something was expected. it's kind of an inflection point in people's lives when you just see people come in and they're they are and so while the show was you know great in terms of really really capturing this this human experience I think seeing it in real life was really fascinating to me and so I did go to medical school so I left. I went to Stanford Stanford from a backup to Stanford to medical school. I don't know if that fits into your obsession with yeah. You're.
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"Is about what she did next how she turned her pain in her passion into her life's mission how she created and launched her first business and how she's gone on to build a massive tribe of women around the world make sure you listen to the end of this interview because it's filled with some absolutely amazing takeaways when it comes to working with your spouse building business together can add a completely new set of challenges to the mix that few couples can overcome successfully but lori and her husband have managed to do exactly that she's going to share some very specific strategies that they use to communicate and work together through the stresses that they encounter and how they've continued to grow together as a couple and business partners for the past decade there are certainly lessons in this episode when it comes to this topic that i will remember forever and definitely put to use win and if i ever have that opportunity at i think you will feel the same way now before we dive in with laurie i wanna make you guys aware of a brand new class that were holding right now on bitcoin an crypto assets personally been involved in the crypto spaces twenty thirteen so it is a world that i know a lot about and if you'd like to educate yourself more when it comes to bitcoin crypto and this incredible opportunity that's taking place right now in this new emerging market we're holding a brand new masterclass right now that will provide you with the knowledge that you need to get involved in this industry before it is too late you can learn more about it by going to self made men dot com ford slash crypto that self made man dot com slash crypto make sure you check it out before we pull it down and with that being said please welcome lori harder will only harder welcome to the show is a pleasure to have you here today i'm excited to be here thank you for having me absolutely we've got a bunch of entrepreneur friends in common especially in the fitness industry were you've obviously made your mark but as you and i have gotten a chance to to briefly get to know each other it's pretty obvious that obviously.
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