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Do You Want to Write a Book?

Women Worldwide

05:35 min | 18 hrs ago

Do You Want to Write a Book?

"I everyone welcome to another episode of women worldwide. Thank you so much for showing up for tuning in for always sharing how you're doing what you're feeling this really help us to bring the gas that can inspire motivate in really offer you some help with your challenges. So let's get right to today's topic we're gonna take storytelling and the author to a whole new level. It's the legacy maker. So i have a legacy maker today. Who's helping to transform the publishing industry joining me. On the show with andrea albright l. andrea is a serial entrepreneur as she is publishing mogul. She's published twenty six bucks and she's helping other authors to find the same success. And i could say so much about andrea talk about her latest book which is visionary boss so andrea. I think it's time that you share your advice in your journey with us. Welcome welcome to women worldwide. Thank you so much gear drive for having me. I am thrilled to be here. I love what you're up to supporting women worldwide and. Thank you for having me. Your welcome will twenty. Six books is huge. So i've written a few books. I i know what. That's like an absolutely amazed and what you're doing. So maybe you can start off just by sharing a little bit about this past two serial entrepreneur punching absolutely while i started in corporate america right out of college and i had a nervous breakdown. I learned early on that making money without her business and meaning didn't fulfill me and went and started my own company. I became an entrepreneur. When i was twenty six years so i've been on this journey for a while. I decided i wanted to help people get and get fit and my mentor at the time said well you have to write a book in order to stand out as an authority and so i wrote my first book in two thousand six and i remember being so terrified that no one was going to read it. Only my mom was going to buy it. I could sound. But i said you know if i can help one percent then. It's worth it. So i released that book and it went on to create thousands of success stories around the world. People would write to me and say your book saved my life. I was going to kill myself. And then i found your book and now i love my body i love myself i love my else and so it was messages like that. That kept me going and everyone said fitness and weight loss is way too competitive. You can never compete. But this thing called. Youtube came along and i was like what's you so i was really part of that. Social media revolution back in two thousand six two thousand seven and because of social media. I was able to reach my audience. I learned internet marketing. And every time. I would publish a book for myself. I would use marketing to bring people to my website. I eventually got on the front page of google. Very important key. Words like weight loss. Secret and flash forward. I wrote over twenty five bucks and health and fitness. I reached over ten million views on youtube. One hundred thousand. Facebook fans and women's health and fitness magazine. Put me on the cover of their twenty first anniversary edition. So that's really what defined my authority as a thought leader in women's health. And i saw that. So many authors are struggling to get their audience to pay attention to their book. And that's when i became publisher i started beverly hills publishing so that i can help other authors to publish books in ninety days and reach their audience through marketing in ninety days. Tat's unbelievable so from somebody who works with traditional publishers. Absolutely unheard of now. Isn't it interesting that you had some push-back around you of the competition and you know you even yourself said a. maybe only. My mom will read my book now. Is that something. Do office come to you. And do you find those same topic. So i guess yours or challenges that they think they're going to face as absolutely being visionary is both a blessing and a curse because we can see the future. We can see a possibility for humanity. I believe that anyone who wants to write a book is truly coming from that place of being visionary and seeing something that they want to share with the world but then the curse is that we doubt ourselves. Who am i to bryn this vision on the planet who am i to tell society and culture that we can do better and so it comes with that inferiority complex

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Counting US Research Rodents

Science Magazine Podcast

02:46 min | 1 d ago

Counting US Research Rodents

"I this week. We have online news editor david graham. We're gonna talk about how many rodents rats and mice are used in. Us biomedical research each year. Hi dave here. When i first saw on the lineup i immediately sent you a guess. For how many rats and mice might be used by researchers every year. I was way off. What was your guest. it was eight million. Okay pay everyone listening you. Guess your own guests. I was way off. But the one clue so dave according to the study that we're going to be talking about today how many rats and mice are used or our house for biomedical research each year in the us. So according steady two hundred and eleven million. So i was way off. Were you surprised by this number. Kind of i mean the behind the study whose names larry carboni. He's at the university of california san francisco. Garri actually just left. There had written a book about fifteen years ago where he made a guest admit that was eighty to a hundred million so i heard a very high figure before but that is a lot higher than what other groups have estimated. The estimate tends to be around fifteen to twenty million. Why is this number mysterious. Why are people guessing or estimating how many of these animals are used in research. And this isn't something that we track greg. So there's something called the animal welfare act which is a federal law. That's been around for more than fifty years actually. Nbc wanted allows is the united states department of agriculture. Usda to go to my universities private companies any facility that has animals that are covered by that act usda goes in and inspect those animals for welfare counts them now. The problem is that there are only limited number of animals that are covered by that act that includes dogs cats rabbits monkeys but mice and rats and birds for the most part have always been excluded or mostly that excluded from that that means that the only agency that would go from especially as is counting. These animals is now counting mice rats. Nobody actually has any idea how many of these animals are being used in the us facilities. How does this value. Though this one hundred ten million or maybe the low value of twenty five million compare with those other lab animal populations that you're talking about rabbits cast dogs it's vastly more should matter who's number you believe. Everybody seems to agree that lab mice and rats makeup at least ninety three percent of all the mammals used by medical research so the total number all those other animals. I was talking about these animals that are covered by the welfare in the whole united states is about seven hundred

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Genesis Amaris Kemp On Addressing Racism

Pond's Feed

07:13 min | 1 d ago

Genesis Amaris Kemp On Addressing Racism

"You wanna grab you some coffee or tea or something. You know what. I don't need to because i'm talking to jenness earth now gets anti-people butcher the middle name. Souther like amri amri or amari to at pronunciation with stuff. So i mean how often do jokingly mispronounce things but it a marris in case you're wondering its genesis amar's camp but i just go with the flow. You are a writing consultant no. I don't consult alrighty. I i give writing tips. I do inclusion diversity Address myself at the beginning of this. I i am doing this Out of a long day at work at a starbucks and back to back meetings at cure. Because i am just really happy to talk to you. I know you're looking like are you sure about that. Because you're you look confused all tie. No no i mean that's all about. I like to goof off. But i mean really before. We even started talking about this. You mentioned that you're also from texas. And i think that is wonderful. Because like i've been interviewing a lot of diverse creatives of backgrounds and zoe's like okay. That's awesome does meaning people from other world but what about here in texas and do you think in your life. I numbers making up words. I i was like in your love. I'm like wait. what did i just say. I noticed that you had a guy in the background. And he's probably like hearing the other rooms like what is she talking do. That's my cousin and hell walk by. I'm gonna monitor. Make sure like okay. He's talking to. She's talking to white guy. I gotta make sure nothing. Bad goes on I know that's my cousin. He's doing on. My husband normally walks walks by sometimes or if or if he sees my light on. He knows on recording. Sometimes they'll just crawl behind instead of cameo appearances will put those bunny ears would be. I don't think people do that anymore. They just put fingers right behind someone that orca. Let me rewind again. You are a creative content writer up there right yes howard. How did you start writing like what. What's the origin of your creative passion. Said i really started in high school. Just wanting to ride more creative Creatively n I was in english class. And i hate writing prompts. That had no meeting. So i started to just Free hand right stuff and they're like oh your writings pretty good. We think you should enter it in a magazine so i entered in the school magazine one apprised etc and. It was a way for me to be therapeutic back then. Could to just get your thoughts out of your head onto paper in the creative juices. Just begin flowing in you know one thing led to another and i was riding on and off in. I left it alone for a bit in about. Let's see three years ago. I picked it back up then. Just being going solid and little did i know book was inside of me. What book was that chocolate. Drop in corporate america from the pit to the palace. so this is my lovely or yesterday The front design of. I mean so i mean i want to ask about cover are which i think. It's an interesting subject for authors. How did you design or like Create that particular heart because you see a lot of figures in the foreground Again you show the bargain. Yes yeah yeah like you see like a diverse group of people With one of of bloopers here. Because i i'm i'm on a roll on these different things but i do like the unification of this because this is something that i'm hoping organiser cousin fatal can it is where are you. Oh i thought a cedric. No that's good but is what was the sort of the inspiration behind that book in particular so mainly just talking about inclusion diversity. There's a world in the background to represent that the issues that we face in america can happen worldwide. It's just that we need to be open. An appearance about it. Really talk about the trials and tribulations that a lot of us face whether it's personal or professional than i had people from all nationalities as well as different career feels so different industries to let people know no matter what industry you are in like. We have all went through something in life where we have been slided whether it was through ageism sexism. Racism systemic racism oppression or whatever the case may be. There has been times where we felt like. We did not along due to the way that he would treat it as or reffell like we were overlooked. Because people said okay your resume stand out or we feel like you're overqualified or your underqualified or we're not going to hire you because you're just you know you're not the right fit for the position for whatever reason and then they give you a answering your light what that doesn't make any sense so that's why you see. The diverse group on the cover of the book and the title of the book is called chocolate drop in corporate america which is controversial to sam. But once you really look at the entire cover are in you see okay. The title says this but the cover shows inclusion diversity in it also shows a world. I wanted people to double take in say okay. I wonder what this book is about. Let me pick this book. Up if i get unraveling and then the subtitle is from the pit to the palace because sometimes we have to go through dark seasons in our life in order to appreciate the the brightness and to appreciate the glory days

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Virgil and the Funeral for a Bug

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:51 min | 1 d ago

Virgil and the Funeral for a Bug

"Was a poet who lived in the first century. Bc e during the the augusta periods of early imperial room and You might know him best from his most famous work the epic poem the aeneid which is about sort of the founding lineage of rome and the adventures of the trojan hero aeneas who after the trojan war travels from troy and eventually becomes the ancestor of the roman people Virgil is often considered one of the greatest latin poets and he was wildly popular during his own lifetime You know he. He received commendations from from kings and the wealthy. And and you know everybody thought like this. This guy is just got the juice. And i had virgil on my mind A lot last year. Because rachel and i were re-reading dante's divine comedy. And if you'll recall of course virgil is the pilgrims guide through hell and purgatory and the divine comedy so the spirit of virgil. He's been living out the centuries in limbo because Though he was a very virtuous man he's one of the virtuous pagans. He was never baptized as a christian. So he can't go to heaven he's got a hang out in this sort of antechamber of hell where everybody sits around sighing. Because interesting has ever happening to them. I have to admit that. I tend to when anybody mentions virgil. That's the first place. My mind goes is dante's inferno which is probably not fair. It's like if you were to mention the name of socrates and there was someone were to go. Yeah yeah he's in bill and ted's excellent adventure that's exactly eighty nine. That's exactly where i knew you were going with the villain ted. Yeah yeah the that is pretty good because though it slightly different because it's not a it's not at all parodied in the divine comedy. In fact i would say it's exactly the opposite in the divine comedy. He is he is revered. Yeah yes he. He's reimagined as this like superhuman wizard. For for dante he Virgil is the embodiment of wisdom and reason so for the intended readers of the divine comedy. We're supposed to understand that. Virgil is like a ten out of ten platinum level. Cool be st is just like this ultimate wizard of knowledge and about half of the state you remember. How like basically every other time. Dante talks in the first two books of the divine comedy. It's just to say like virgil you are so right. I would never doubt your wisdom. Tell me more you know and it kind of stinks then. Because i remember when we got to the end of the purgatory and virgil does not get to move on to heaven with dante. He has to stay behind and be beatrice takes him on from there. We're really mad. That virgil didn't get to go to heaven. Yeah yeah no. I mean so much so much time is devoted to him. It also much stripped away at that point. You know. it's like if it's hard to follow dante in into paradise just because you know that there aren't going to be any demons playing trumpets with their bombs or anything there's gonna be Monsters so much and virgils not gonna be there. So it's it's part. Three in a series is always tough. Yeah i agree. Yeah the the trilogy is a hard sell to to complete with dignity. And but i think for modern readers that sense of injustice about virgil that is interpreted by the characters in the inferno as you know perfect divine justice. It's the one person version of the dynamic that plays out throughout the whole thing whereas they're going through hell it just seems like wow. This is really unfair. Yeah but anyway long. Before virgil was guiding dante up the mountain of purgatory in his post mortem shade form people were telling lots of legends about his life and one of those legends. Is that once at his home. In rome virgil built a tomb and held an extravagant funeral for a dead fly. Like a fly as in the insect with six legs and wings This story is very probably untrue. And we'll get to why. That is in a bit. But i i wanted to explore some of the details and for this. I was reading an article by george pendle in cabinet magazine. In two thousand seven called virgils fly and he describes the legend in the following way quote held in the grounds of virgils home on rome's esquel line hill. The funeral attracted the great and good of the city. Dirges were sung and tributes read virgils. Patron my sinus delivered. A lengthy and moving eulogy to the departed insect and virgil was himself said to have uttered a few of his exquisite versus over the tiny carcass tomb had been erected and the lifeless body of the fly was placed within it to the whales and moen's of the professional mourners so lavish where the commemorations that the cost was estimated at over eight. Hundred thousand sister. She's so that's the gist. According to the story virgil and his close friends spend huge amounts of money and effort to celebrate the life in memory of an insect concluding with the insects burial in a marble tomb. Why on earth would this be. Well the legend itself also contains an answer to this so to read from pendle again quote but the reason for the funeral was not due to extravagance interest or even emotion. Having defeated julius. Caesar's assassins at the battle of philip pie. The second triumvirate was at that very moment. Engaged in confiscating the states of the rich and dividing them among the war veterans returning from the battlefield only one exception was given if the estate held a burial plot. It was not to be touched by burying his housefly. Virgil saved his house.

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Ronnie Spector reacts to ex-husband Phil Spector's death: 'A brilliant producer, but a lousy husband'

Wayne Cabot

01:08 min | 4 d ago

Ronnie Spector reacts to ex-husband Phil Spector's death: 'A brilliant producer, but a lousy husband'

"Road You've lost that loving feeling be my baby. Phil Specter was to quote his ex wife, Ronnie Specter of brilliant producer But a lousy husband. Contacted by Rolling Stone after his death yesterday, she said. Unfortunately, Phil was not able to live and function outside the recording studio. In her memoir, she wrote that he was an abusive husband and had a coffin in the basement of their mansion. A threat that he would kill her. If she ever left him in 1972. She did escape, fills mentioned barefoot with the help of her mother. Inspector went on to prison about 20 years ago for killing an actress. Lot of Clarkson Prison is where he died. Phil Specter was 81. His music genius, though, will live on, says Anthony DeCurtis. Came in when the Beatles couldn't work together on let it be. He put that album together and essentially assembled the song The long and Winding Road, which is a massive hit. The Let it Be album was a massive hit, He produced John Lennon's first solo album, Plastic Ono Band he produced. Imagine Still one of the most beloved songs of all time. Anthony to Curtis Rolling Stone magazine about Phil Specter. We mentioned

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The Desire Factor with Christy Whitman

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

05:25 min | 4 d ago

The Desire Factor with Christy Whitman

"Nama stay and welcome to live love engage. I am gloria grace rand today. I have got a lovely guest with us. Who is going to be talking about. Couple things talking about Becoming an energy master and also about a new book that she has out there. Wealth is coming out In april so First off. I want to welcome christine wittman to loving gauge. Thank you gloria. I'm so happy to be with. You will be are delighted to have you. I'm looking forward to this for quite awhile and let me share with you. Our lovely listeners viewers on youtube. Who this wonderful amazing talented woman as she is a transformational leader celebrity coach and love attraction as well as a two time new york times bestselling author not just amazon folks. Now this is york times. This is the big time Author of the art of having all an taming. Your alpha bitch loved him even allen. She's also the author of the international bestseller quantum success and as i mentioned a little bit earlier. She's got a new book. Called the desire factor is going to be out on april twenty first twenty twenty one She's also appeared on bunch of news programs today. Show morning show. She's attacks tock She's had her articles published. A lot of major magazines like people seventeen women's day and as a as an enough. She's the ceo and founder of quantum success learning academy in quantum success. Coaching academy which is a ten month law of attraction coaching certification program and she has helped over three thousand life coaches and helped countless others to unlock their power to manifest. Which i think we will probably also talk about here today. so i i'll christie. Tell us a little bit about Being an energy master first off like what what is that actually And and then what do we need to do to become. I guess what is it. Why is it important. Maybe that's yeah what is it. It's fair actually. Yeah that's a great question. I would big question when is it. Is you know you get to be the woops. Did i go out there you go. That was interesting. It shifted screens. I don't know why did that. So yeah energy mastery is really about you being the the employer of your life and therefore your creations and so we. Our consciousness is what creates our reality. We know this by universal laws by knowing that everything is vibration. Everything is energy and when we look at burley break breakdown what is our consciousness. It's what we say what. We think how we perceive or believe what we feel. And sometimes that's a big one because we don't wanna feel. We suppress our feelings. So we're still attracting from that place and then how we act and those are the things that we have influence over. We don't have influence over. What our partners are doing or how we want to change them or all the other things that are outside in what's happening in the world but we have a choice in how we respond to those things so mastering our own energy is really understanding. That you know life isn't sometimes full array moore's unicorns. Unfortunately there are things that happen right. We get sideswiped by information. We hear things in his could be shocking to the system and it's being able to feel the feelings to process them to choose the thoughts that we wanna feel really getting into a place where we are deliberately in tune and in check with our own energy because you know it very much looks like we're physical beings. We are right now. We're also energy and the way that we bring in energy is that we're energy. Receivers were always receiving an energy. We have trillions and trillions of cells at all have receptor sites on them that are needing energy and what most people do is they go out into the universe they go out to a grocery store and they get inundated by you know frequencies in energies in waves or maybe they call their mom or they call their friend. The friend is fear of something. So you're getting this energy that's coming into your system but if you're the one deliberately choosing the energy that you want to bring in now those receptor sites and the cells are filled so other people's energy bounces off because you are already filled so it's like urine energy receiver. You're an energy container right. We don't wanna to receive an energy and give it away receive an energy hold it ourselves. And then we're also energy transmitters and that's where the ways that we talked about we transmit energy by the words that we say by the thoughts that we think by the motions by the actions that we take by the perspective and all of that then by law of attraction comes back to us because if everything is waves of energy and it is quantum physics has shown it. Modern science has shown it. Einstein talked about it rate. Everything's waves and particles of energy. If we're the ones creating our reality by what we're sending out were the ones that are mastering our

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Ronnie Spector reacts to ex-husband Phil Spector's death: 'A brilliant producer, but a lousy husband'

Wayne Cabot

01:14 min | 4 d ago

Ronnie Spector reacts to ex-husband Phil Spector's death: 'A brilliant producer, but a lousy husband'

"And and winding winding road. road. You've You've lost lost that that loving loving feeling feeling be be my my baby. baby. Phil Phil Specter Specter was was to to quote quote his his ex ex wife, wife, Ronnie Ronnie Specter Specter of of brilliant brilliant producer producer But a lousy husband. Contacted by Rolling Stone after his death his weekend, she said. Unfortunately, Phil was not able to live in function. Outside the recording studio. In her memoir, she wrote that he was an abusive husband and had a coffin in the basement of their mansion threat that he would kill her if she ever left him. 1972 she did escape fills mention barefoot with the help of her mother. Phil Specter went to prison about 20 years ago for killing an actress Lana Clarkson in prison is where he died. Phil Specter was 81. His music genius will live on, says Anthony DeCurtis. Came in when the Beatles couldn't work together on let it be. He put that album together and essentially assembled the song The long and Winding Road, which is a massive hit. The Let it Be album was a massive hit, He produced John Lennon's first solo album, Plastic Ono Band he produced. Imagine Still one of the most beloved songs of all time. Anthony DeCurtis, Rolling Stone magazine on the death of Phil Specter.

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Police say Virginia man arrested at DC checkpoint had gun, high-capacity magazines

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:29 sec | 4 d ago

Police say Virginia man arrested at DC checkpoint had gun, high-capacity magazines

"The quiet downtown over the weekend, we're a couple of notable arrest. The 22 year old man was arrested near the capital on gun possession charges. Police say Guy Berry of Gordon Phil Virginia, was Carrying three high capacity magazines, 37 rounds of unregistered ammunition and a Glock 22 firearm. In addition, U. S Capitol police arrested a woman accused of Impersonating a police officer after stopping her at a security checkpoint. The woman was taken into custody for a psychiatric evaluation.

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Police ramp up presence at state capitols amid extremist threats

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Police ramp up presence at state capitols amid extremist threats

"Police have made two more arrests near security checkpoints in Washington as the nation's capital ramps up security before inauguration Day. NPR's Rachel Tradesman has more. On Saturday, U. S. Capitol police arrested Linda McGovern of Connecticut, who they said falsely claimed to be an officer and member of the presidential Cabinet and tried to flee while being questioned at a security checkpoint. Just after midnight On Sunday, Metropolitan Police arrested Guy Berry of Virginia, who was walking with a handgun visible in a holster. Officers determined he was not allowed to carry the firearm in D C and also discovered three high capacity magazines and 37 rounds of unregistered ammunition. Arrests come as officials have prepared for Wednesday's inauguration was security checkpoints, road closures and a heavy National Guard presence. Rachel TRADESMEN. NPR

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Station Wagons (MM #3588)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Station Wagons (MM #3588)

"The minute with kevin mason. I love cars spend a lot of time online reading about automobiles. They used to love to road and track in the car and driver magazines and read about all the upcoming cars and all the fancy cars and cars. Only wish i could own and recently as you've noticed we're doing away with regular four door cars pixel manufacturers like ford. Won't even be making them anymore. They're going more to just we'll trucks and suv's and some bringing back station wagons. I realized we haven't had a true station wagon because the minivan and the suv kind of taken. That space in the car needs world over the last couple of decades. Of course dodge had their magnum station wagon. I think from like oh five to eight and for some reason i've always wanted a station wagon. My parents had one when i was growing up. I love the size. And i love having the cargo space in the back but that back seat down and you can carry a lot of stuff so maybe a station wagons in my future. Don't know if it's going to happen or not. But i keep reading about the rumors. It's true more and more companies thinking about bringing back the station wagon. I'd love to see that in all honesty.

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Station Wagons (MM #3588)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Station Wagons (MM #3588)

"The minute with kevin mason. I love cars spend a lot of time online reading about automobiles. They used to love to road and track in the car and driver magazines and read about all the upcoming cars and all the fancy cars and cars. Only wish i could own and recently as you've noticed we're doing away with regular four door cars pixel manufacturers like ford. Won't even be making them anymore. They're going more to just we'll trucks and suv's and some bringing back station wagons. I realized we haven't had a true station wagon because the minivan and the suv kind of taken. That space in the car needs world over the last couple of decades. Of course dodge had their magnum station wagon. I think from like oh five to eight and for some reason i've always wanted a station wagon. My parents had one when i was growing up. I love the size. And i love having the cargo space in the back but that back seat down and you can carry a lot of stuff so maybe a station wagons in my future. Don't know if it's going to happen or not. But i keep reading about the rumors. It's true more and more companies thinking about bringing back the station wagon. I'd love to see that in all honesty.

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Man Arrested in Washington, D.C. With Unauthorized Inauguration Credentials, a Loaded Gun, and Lots of Ammo

Mo'Kelly

02:39 min | 5 d ago

Man Arrested in Washington, D.C. With Unauthorized Inauguration Credentials, a Loaded Gun, and Lots of Ammo

"Happened today. And this is the U. S. Capitol. Police arrested a man with an unauthorized inauguration credential right outside the Green zone. It was a legitimate credential but not authorized for him to have it. When law enforcement searched the Virginia man's truck, they found an unregistered handgun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition. Wait, there's more. The man Wesley Bealer drove up to the security checkpoint and presented this credential as I was telling you about. But when a Capitol police officer check the credential with a list he discovered the man wasn't authorized to go inside the restricted area that has been set up as a security precaution. Officers also noticed the man had questionable bumper stickers in And on his car, including one that read, quote, assault life, unquote. When asked if he was carrying any weapons, Beeler said he was carrying a Glock semi automatic pistol in the center armrest. Police found the clock was loaded with a high capacity magazine. And 17 rounds of ammunition. The pistol was ready to fire. Bealer was carrying 509 rounds for the pistol, including hollow point bullets, as well as 21 shotgun shells. He was charged with five crimes, including possessing a weapon and ammunition without the appropriate registration. Charlotte Right now, we know he had to go through at least one armed military secure checkpoint just to get this location. Charging documents show that this is where everything happens Last night, right around 6 31 of me and pulled up in a white pickup truck and you can see just how close we are to the capital. Not far at our at all. Charlotte and this is where he showed armed guards. An unauthorized inauguration credential. That's whenever those guards asked him to pull over to the side. Officers say they noticed gun related details onto that truck. They then asked the man inside. If he had anything that could harm officers. He told the officers. He had a gun and documents show. That's when he was removed from the vehicle. Officers report finding a gun in plain sight and a further search found the front royal man had more than 500 rounds of unregistered ammunition on him. That gun that an officer was initially saw, was also unregistered and loaded with a high capacity magazine Tonight. Capitol Police says that dealer is charged with carrying a business pistol without a license. And for having unregistered ammunition. But Charlotte it's still unclear at this point. Why this Virginia man drove an hour and a half to D C and why he had several 100 rounds of ammunition on him.

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Boston defense attorney accused of rape, break-in, held without bail

WBZ Midday News

00:20 sec | 6 d ago

Boston defense attorney accused of rape, break-in, held without bail

"Police arrest a former Suffolk County prosecutor and defense attorney and charge him with rape. Investigators say Gary is a Rolla, once named one of People magazine's most eligible bachelors was wanted on a warrant issued out of Boston Municipal Court for rape and breaking and entering. Sirola was ordered held without bail at his arraignment yesterday.

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Kyrie Irving Fined $50,000 for Attending Indoor Party

Weekend Magazine with Rob Pratte

00:27 sec | 6 d ago

Kyrie Irving Fined $50,000 for Attending Indoor Party

"Fine Kyrie Irving $50,000 for violating the league's health and safety protocols. It's after a viral video showed the Brooklyn Nets start a private indoor party without a mask on he is also required to forfeit his salary for games he missed during a five day quarantine period. NBA rules prohibit players from attending social gatherings with 15 or more people and Ben players from going to bars, lounges, clubs and other similar businesses with large crowds.

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Biden outlines COVID-19 vaccination plan

Weekend Magazine with Rob Pratte

00:10 sec | 6 d ago

Biden outlines COVID-19 vaccination plan

"Said yesterday he's planning a vaccination offensive that will greatly expand access to the vaccine. That includes using a wartime law to increase production to the

Uganda's Contested Election

The California Report Magazine

00:15 sec | 6 d ago

Uganda's Contested Election

"The official results of Uganda's presidential election are expected to be announced later. With around two thirds of the votes counted, President Yoweri Museveni had a commanding lead over the main opposition candidate, Bobby Wine. The musician turned politician has described the pole as a

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interview With Thomas Bienert

Photography Radio

04:23 min | 6 d ago

interview With Thomas Bienert

"Well hello everyone and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine. My name is scott olsen. And today i am thrilled. I am really excited to talk to thomas. Thomas has a long and distinguished career in photography is a very active member of the frames community. And i am looking forward to this conversation. Thomas good morning hi scott. I should tell everybody that as we're recording this i am sitting in the mid west of the united states and you are in germany. How is photography life and covid and life in germany these days. yes. I think like most of the countries. It's a much more difficult to work as much more difficult. Because you have to take care of yourself take care of the people you work with. So we're all happy when we're through with that. I think we are all looking forward. I think there's to be an explosion of taga fy once the vaccine comes out and we can start moving around again. I'm going to tell everybody something from your website here in describing who you are mean. I'm just gonna read what you wrote. Because i think this is wonderful. You say that you grew up between cow pastures and potato fields in the lower rhine. You studied visual communication and the cosmopolitan city of krefeld as a designer. When miami vice was still a television series showing your age there. Thomas you have sold herbal liquor. Lipsticks and bank loans as creative director in an advertising firm and you have painted drawn written composed made music filmed and photographed and photographed and photographed. You say that inbetween you've been happily married helped to children improve the world and always made art in your head. I think that is just fantastic. Thomas before we get into your work which for many reasons. I find personally compelling tell me how you got started. Tell me about you know being a five year old with your first camera or however this came into your life. My father worked as a painter so he painted houses not not an art painter but he wanted to be an artist but so he didn't make it so he was but he was always interested in photography and he had an old camera which had damaged light meter and he'd tried to tell me how to take pictures. And as i do not get it. How i don't know The aperture and the shutter speed and you have to look at how the sun is is bright. It's aperture number eight something. I learned it by this. Because it's all it was all analog and it was all with film there was no digital Help at this camera end was very funny to receive the first photographs. You open the box and you have nearly ninety percent of that was crap to large. I learned the hard way. I'm really happy now to to work with digital cameras really. Oh absolutely but what is it about photography. That was appealing to you. Way back then. When i was young i didn't know it was just just the fun about it. What i found out later. Is that as i worked for many many years in advertising and i have a great knowledge about making films and conception of making films and we're thinking about music and all this what you need to make good commercial but there's not one thing that can capture emotion in a part of a second that is photography no music if you take music if you reduce it to just a part of a second. It will not get any emotion. The same with with film photography can can do it. You take you slice the time into a part of a second and you see a picture ended it catches you and this is what i found so interesting to find the right moment to to to something. Visualize that is maybe sometimes not all the time but sometimes it's only there for the pot of of a second that's amazing it's like magic.

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James Comey and Truth in Government

The Book Review

05:41 min | Last week

James Comey and Truth in Government

"Joe klein joins us now to talk about a new book. From james comey. It's called saving justice truth. Transparency and trust. Joe thanks for being here screwed to be with you. All right joe. You don't need any introduction but for those who are not familiar with. Joey is a former writer for the new yorker former columnist for time magazine author of many many books including perhaps most famously when that did not appear with his byline primary colors And a follow up novel running meat and this week he reviews for us at james. Comey's second book so the obvious question. I have to ask i is. How does this book differ from his previous book. Well it doesn't differ very much at all actually except for one thing. He rehearses all of the confrontations he had with donald trump in both books but in the second book he places that in the context of the need for truth and transparency in government. Which i think is a valuable thing. The book is the repetition of the first book but it's not an insignificant repetition because of the the context that he now placed it so the first book higher loyalty was kind of hybrid memoir both from his earlier days as a prosecutor in the department of justice and then for his brief period at the doj under trump but it was also kind of manifesto about justice. It feels like on the surface this new book saving justice is kind of exactly the same thing. Well yeah it is. It is the same thing and it's obviously something that cody feels very strongly about. But i think you know the important thing here is his view of justice and his view of the fbi remember he was the fbi director. Whom trump fired because he allowed the russian investigation continue which resulted after he was fired in the hiring. A bob muller as special investigator but komi has a very distinctive view of justice. And i and its ecclesiastical he sees the members of the justice department all the way down to assisted. Da's out in the country as being part of a sacred priesthood sworn to absolute honesty to complete probity to conducting the business in entirely facts based and nonpartisan manner and you can see how that might conflict with donald trump right. Does he talk about what's happened at the department of justice since his departure. He doesn't talk about that all that much except to say that it has been corrupted by trump trump spent the last four years trying to make it into a partisan weapon to go after his enemies in. Kobe is appalled by that. One of the things that you do in your review is draw the distinctions between trump's view of justice and company's point of view. Is that something that komi himself dozen. The boker was that you. He doesn't to a certain extent. But i teased it out a little bit from me. The most important thing that is kind of gone overlooked about trump if anything can be said to have been overlooked is his view of the world which came out in the second debate with joe biden where he said only low. Iq refugees showed up for their refugee hearings in other words. The smart ones absconded. Only stupid people abide by the laws. Smart people get around it. Only stupid people pay off their creditors. Smart people stiffen and that is donald trump's operating philosophy and unfortunately it seems to be the operating philosophy a lot of his followers and that stands in direct contravention of commes operating philosophy. Which is you gotta tell the truth. I don't think you could find two more temperamentally opposite. People trump and komi. But what's interesting at least in the little bit of this book that i read it seems is a slight shift in tone from the last book i mean in part it seems like he's he is trying to draw contrast he opens up the book with donald trump sort of leaning back in his chair and telling him that putin showed off to him apparently about russia having the best prostitutes in the world. And he's telling that james comey. Yeah that would not go over very well. Comas is a religious catholic and And as i said he's religious about the notion of justice and truth. I mean he tells a story about his early days as a us district attorney where he was working a drug case and he had a government informant named vinny and it turned out that they put vinnie in the witness protection program and vinnie took the opportunity to get married. The problem is that he was also married in his former life which meant he was now a bigamist which is a crime and komi says that it was his absolute responsibility. Even though the bigamy had nothing to do with the drug case in question to tell the other side the defendant's lawyers that vinnie was a bigamist. And that shows you the degree to which komi will go in the defense of the truth almost to the point of myopia. I

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"this magazine" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

08:14 min | Last week

"this magazine" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts released a statement on the vice president-elect kamla harris's cover model controversy for the february issue of vogue some people believe that image of ms harris in a in a black blazer and pants with the white shirt and converse sneakers with a pink and green sheer curtain. Backdrop was too casual. Didn't like it. They wanted her to look more official. Since she's going to be vice. President others were pleased that the cover was a tribute to her sorority alpha kappa alpha additionally there was another picture of the vice in a powder blue suit which was a more serious leader. Look vice president. Elect steam said that vogue did not ask for photo approval to release the more casual digital cover and they thought the image of harrison. The powder blue suit would be on the cover now. The magazine has responded. The team had vogue love the images. Tyler mitchell shot. He's black photographer right. Tyler mitchell beyonce's yeah he did beyond exactly anyway. Yeah so folks that they love those images that tyler mitchell shot and felt the more informal image captured vice president-elect haret harris authentic approachable nature which we feel is one of the hallmarks of the biden harris administration. The statement reads also to respond to the seriousness of this moment in history and the role. She has to play leading our country. Moving forward we're celebrating both images of her as covers digitally all right. So that's how they explained both covers it but do they have a hard copy cover too. I think the powder blue one is the hard cover hark the one in the blue suit i think is the actual magazine. I think so steve. It's this is using. 'cause they released both digital willis find out but either way. I'm going to make this announcement on behalf of black people live in asked me to go out on a limb and say this year we will not be storm in the capital because this make that clear. Yeah we might some might be upset and they got every right to be upset. We won't be going down there to capitol about it. And i think kamla harris of vice president Calmly madam madam. Vice president calmly has standing. I think she looks befitting in the part and however this cover plays out it. Ain't the end off us. I'm pretty sure there should be some other covers and maybe somebody will get it right from the get go. Vogue is not the end all sales so right and it does take the we is yes. She is a leader. She is authentic and she does president. United states only crackerjack box if you want to. She's the vice president of the united states. Do we understand that. I don't know. I don't know if the aac as happy with the pink and green at but i don that means that don't that you know whatever but yeah i mean. She's she's on there. We love her. she's she's got a job to do. Come the twentieth. She will be our vice president. I mean right. And i think that a lot of african americans like we're not on bo a lot anyway. Represent us all the way right anyways so when they see a problem they wanna bring it up again. Trump was mad. That milania didn't get any Covers who wish you. Oh a bit. Today's headlines exactly miss an true. Yeah i've gone okay. Anyway this is an with the news. Everybody good morning go. Well the president has now had his say about last. Wednesday's pro-trump seizure of the us capital and he says wasn't his fault and many people have doubted that. I've seen it both in the papers in the media on television It's been analyzed and people. Thought that what i said was totally appropriate. And if you look at one other people have said politicians at a high level about the riots during the summer of the horrible riots in portland and seattle and various other other blazes. That was a real problem. What they said but they've is my speech and my words and my final paragraph by final sentence. Everybody to the he thought it was totally appropriate. Yeah according to the latest polls. That's not with the majority of americans think and that not only includes democratic lawmakers but some gop legislators as well now with only seven days left of his only one term in office house. Democrats have introduced a single article of impeachment accusing trump of incitement of insurrection. In the house's expected to vote on that measure before the end of this week maybe today president trump's claiming that the impeachment process by the way is quote dangerous for the country impeachment aside capitol building and surrounding grounds is still essentially crime scene. And that's where michael sherwin acting. Us attorney for the district of columbia comes in. We have already opened one hundred seventy more than one hundred and seventy subject files meaning. These individuals have been identified as potential persons that committed crimes on the capitol grounds inside and outside so of those hundred and seventy cases. That have already been open. I anticipate that's going to grow to the hundreds in the next coming weeks we've already charged over seventy cases and now the incoming senate majority leader. Charles schumer is calling on the department of homeland. Security to put all known rioters on a no fly lists the process by the way this already begun in a few cases. Schumer says that the law calls for anyone deemed a threat to the security of this country to be banned from boarding any commercial flight. Oh by the way The fbi charge a white trump supporter over with over for traveling to washington dc with an assault rifle and saying that he planned to kill nancy. Pelosi on live tv That guy is is named cleveland. Meredith appeared in to the atlanta journal. Constitution he's known in the atlanta area for erecting a billboard that said cunanan along with the name of his company his company's called kar nuts car wash in minneapolis. Judge seeing the trial of the now for x police officers accused in the brutal murder of mr george. Floyd has pushed the trial of three of the four further into the year off for ex cops. Charging floyd's death was scheduled to go to trial on In march but derek chauvin the cops seen grinding his knee into mr floyd's neck. He's charged with murder and he goes i. He's tried in. Marty other three tried in august now. Back to the steve harvey morning show. You're listening to morning show ever wondered how book gets made into a movie for had a massive yard of cooking. Either way we've got you covered with the two guys from hollywood podcast. I'm evans literary agent and talent manager. I'm joey santos a columnist and celebrity chef on our podcast burn and we serving you a fresh perspective of the entertainment industry alongside our favorite celebrity guests as we like to say we don't dish we serve. Listen and follow two guys. Hollywood on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. We'll talk you said. Hey guys it's bobby bones host the bobby bones show and i'm pretty much always sleepy because i wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later i get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show wish alive. We tell our stories. 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"this magazine" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

06:40 min | 11 months ago

"this magazine" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Few dozen would be warriors reached out to Bumpkin as one actual mercenary later recalled buff obviously had no funds available. He operated motels. He had no office. Potential recruits had to pay their own travel expenses. It was definitely a shoestring operation. Now if I'm going to go fight for your country, you got to pay for me to fly out there. Motels Give you a lot of exposure. Really help your career. So a few very dumb men did agree to join our CIA officer George Bacon read this ad and soldier of Fortune. Magazine Joy, the war effort which. The CIA does a lot of shady shit, but let's not pretend they're smarter than they are. That got he programmed, and it's not right now. He thought he was done and he's like I read the thing instill happened. And how we've baking. We did some damage to Bacon. Might have been one of the ones. They gave too much acid. So like many Rhodesian Volunteers Bacon killed basically immediately. Since he and his fellow anticommunist fighters were vastly outnumbered by tens of thousands of Cuban soldiers. A last second thing where he was this is. This doesn't feel like the CIA. Up Dead I, don't know the Bay of Pigs. Wasn't that long ago? So this kind it does feel like the. Really. This has. Written all over. fucking mess thirty of US IN A lot of Cuban army guys. Yeah, this feels like the. Dead. Daniel Gearhart four year old Vietnam veteran in financial distress also replied his wife told him this was a terrible idea. Buff managed to convince them, and soon he found himself over and. He was captured instantly without ever getting into combat. His wife and family begged president Gerald Ford to do something, but if you know one thing about Gerald Ford. Now now now not unless you're Richard. Nixon so the government of Angola's. Dirty. Weird reaction. So the government of Angola sentenced him to death, and executed them with a handful of other mercenaries in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, he enjoys. We're not the first soldier of fortune readers to die as a result of the magazines classic classified. Ad Section and they would not be the last. Legacy to polled. Now Billy found a copy of the magazine from the Year of our Lord nineteen eighty and I'd like to read you a handful of different ads in it, are you? Don't work no more depressing racism, some depressing murder. And some depressing racism. Entertaining murder, probably entertaining murder. Don't know if you guys have noticed that. Like somebody else does and you guys and. It's a bit of a whiplash episode. We're all over the place tonight. At number, one male twenty five years old, five foot, nine, one hundred thirty five pounds, desire security position any location, excellent marksman in speaks fair German I'm anti-social and prefer working alone. The Vegas like just let me kill the German. You need a German keeled I'll do. I'm quiet. Oh, I, I read something else in speaks German likes to shoot, but And Antisocial. They're bad people in this magazine. Their next, add. Those drama hail. Get it. That's bad. into me a minute and I'm glad it did. Here's the thing. Saving money with Geico is almost better than playing pickup basketball. Because there's always that guy who joins your game. He never passes the rock. He constantly bricks threes, and who completely hack you and then put his hands up and say no foul. With gyco it's easy to switch and save on car insurance, no need to fake an ankle sprain because you're absolutely exhausted so switch and save with Gyco. It's almost better than sports think about food is that it's never just about the food. The sources, the origins and the roots of different food ways are intrinsically tied to our humanity from I heart radio wet stone. Magazine comes season two of point of origin, a podcast dedicated to exploring that connection. And season two were drinking natural wine and learning why it's all the rage. We're discussing T in Asia, and along the way sampling Taiwanese long and Sri Lankan say law. We're exploring food through the lens of Diaz for cooking, and considering the connection between supporting refugee food ways and examining cultural empathy, so please join us as we traveled to a new place each week to consider the origins of the things we eat and drink. With me. Your host in Tour Guide Steven Satterfield, fine point of origin season two on the iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts. So the next ad X. C. I A. Attache Zeke's area in US. It actually dust. Like proud boy kind of racist so. Area in us to fulfil purpose of pro-western ideals and their success. Trade Crafts mini cut out sanitation, sanctification, playback, disinformation bag, jobs, false flag, legends, peeps, and sounds sneaky and sisters available I. Don't know what sisters means in this context. I bet he'd use the.

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"this magazine" Discussed on The Cruise Dudes Podcast

The Cruise Dudes Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"this magazine" Discussed on The Cruise Dudes Podcast

"You can go in and enjoy the magazine absolutely free today so go to see when meg dot com and it's the same magazine it same. It's dynamic dynamic. Has Video has audio has hyper links in it so you can enjoy this magazine just like you did before in the APP without an APP and It's Steinem and you can share it with your friends. Please share with your friends and we're really excited about that. So and you did something else. That was really not his kind of like. I'm interviewing Hugh about this magazine the magazine before When you were doing it it sometimes you wouldn't be able to play in your own sandbox sometimes all of a sudden these these videos would pop up? And you'd have to go back you'd have to change it like you said it would take forty eight hours now. Everything is in the magazine so after your videos does done you go straight back to the article so exactly. Yeah so you keep everything inside the inside the magazine and it's really nice and and We we really are looking. We released it this week and of Ivorian looked at the numbers and they're great and people are spending more time time looking at the magazine. I can actually fight find out through the statistics How much time people spending on each page in each magazine Kazini so that that has risen up greatly and that makes me excited about it so people are actually enjoying the magazine and And and you know well let everybody know yes. We've been working on this. We have two other magazines at are in production.

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"this magazine" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"this magazine" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Will find edge magazine in a bunch of Agassi's have it, but that's only like title search like if you find the word diagonal in this thirty page story, you've literally got to do it the old fashioned way with your eyeballs. A two day period where all the PDF magazines apple news. Just mysteriously disappeared and the entire list of mega, you can read just shortened dramatically and for a second. I thought, oh, maybe they just like formally gave up and knew that this is not a good experience for reading things, particularly on an iphone. But then they all came back. So. I got now I gotta carefully not spoil this magazine article. No, no. It's okay, you can say anything you want about it. I seen a couple of things don't worry. Don't worry about me. But when when was so when did you when did this magazine cover story, I come into in the mansion, when did they go to GDP was that March March March? Yep. Yes. So we had no intention actually announcing this product at all in till the end of the year, it would go up for sale, but suddenly, the opportunities seem so great that we're like, well, I guess, we're doing this now then, and it was time to design and build a webpage and like, right. A lavar copy and like get our messaging figured out. So in a way that's been really nice because we've answered a lot of questions and we can get a lot of feedback now before we actually go up for sale later. So I think that strategy accidentally turned out to be a really good idea. I, I've been thinking it was March because apple semi-frequently has, you know. Probably downspouts in March. And so I've been in San Francisco during GD see, like for like a Rando ipad announcement or something like that. Couple years, just tends to coincide. It is massive is it is seriously just almost staggeringly big conference..

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"this magazine" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"I was publishing straightened style magazine, and we would doing a special issue on a straight and icons and naturally I wanted to be on the cover of that issue. So that was really off I, that was officed interaction that would have been Ninety-six. I think that why bathing sue, the caveat that was after that it was the one. It was the one way you were naked actually with feast hair and your legs crossed. That's why I was thinking because I remember thinking at the time, hey, who's this woman who so cool is to put, you know, it's kind of bulls. -i cover and I wasn't actually a goal that had ad. I wasn't really a Cup ago per se. You know, I was sort of an athletic Amazonian, strongest trailing girl. Yes, I did. A lot of bathing suit shops is always very comfortable on the beaches. I, I realized when I was very young that I could not be what the girls of my time were, which were androgynous very thin. Very fashionable girls. I, I wasn't that, and and my career really started to evolve once I kind of said, okay, who am I? What do I represent? And I, and I realized that no-one strong in athletic and that's what I need to be in my pitches. So I started to adopting poses and started to really create that image to some extent. But I remember being fascinated by this woman that would put me naked on the cover of the magazine and what she didn't tell you. This magazine was like it was. It was triple the size of a normal magazine. You know, it's like a coffee table magazine and it was on the most incredible paper and she had the coolest people in the the best upcoming actor. The most well-known rockstar wonderful autists instead of being -cluded with this, these people in this beautiful spread. I just immediately loved a big. Thank you. Would he be able to cover of your magazine? Then? She did again. Well, we were, yeah, we were thinking, do you think l. would a for us because we are an independent, very cheeky. We used to do things I runway and a lot of trouble intentionally. And so I think in that issue we had a prime minister we had it was it was a very interesting collection of people, and we thought, well, I wonder if I would do it and she did, and it was incredibly supportive for us because as it really did hope us jump up level as a little independent magazine to one that's that sold out that issue. And if I told you that, but it did. So the new sold your magazine and got into the beauty business. How did that transition happen? I published a magazine for nearly ten years and it was about youth culture, and I believe strongly that you should that that particular title and that particular genre should be written by and produced by the people who are living it. And I just felt that you know heading into my thirties, I didn't really think that he was for me and Morton on to be talking about what the kids like that. Just cringe full. So there was those a time, and it was also an opportune time because publishes would try to acquire cool titles like us. So there was a natural exit point for me, and then I back in my hometown after I returned, I spoke to these scientists from the paddock engineering department at our local university, and they said that they told me about the way that they discovered a reduction technique to reduce the particle sizes, downing, zinc, for example, and it would make it clear and then they told me why this was a superior sunscreen and that the heading trysts from cosmetic companies all over the world, and it was going to change the industry. Only problem was it's about ten times more expensive than the cheap chemical book. Say, I said to them, well, why don't we created brow create brands and then that'll make the ingredient. Well, nine. And then people start getting traction. So created a brand called invisible zinc to stop you for one second. So you have no experience in.

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"this magazine" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"The reason I mentioned it is, you know, when you do these podcasts like you do when you give people thoughts and ideas about how to incorporate these ideas in the lives, you make a difference. This magazine made a difference. It said, don't give up. You know, you may have been a woman who a women and people are prejudice be that will get better in time be. You may be a head of the curve with your issues. You may be way ahead of where people are and they need to catch up with you. Don't give up. Now. I read that and I thought, okay, I can do it. I can do it one more time. I wasn't than at loose twice and keep going. That's a little bit crazy, but some people could. So I learned then not to take things personally and how to develop a thick skin. I still have people trolling me all over Twitter, leave 'em at cracks map and people say, how does it make you feel? And I say, relevant coming, keep it coming. I don't care about that. And the way I view life in the political world or anywhere out in the public, whether it's you doing what you do or me doing what I do, giving speeches getting out there, supporting candidates being very bold about when I think you know, I just think that if you're not making a difference, no one will a even care. And so if you have a bunch of people who are after you, you must be still affective. That's kind of how I look at it last what I make on this for women who are listening to your show. There were a group of psychologists who did a little study on women in house of representatives in the years when we were only like twenty eight out of four hundred thirty five and I was there and what did we have in common was we had what she called inner applause. What's inner applause? It's inside you, even though people could be booing you in a room and I've been there and I've been booed believe. Me plenty of times you, you got kind of smile and because inside you feel I'm doing the right thing and it comes from your parents..

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"this magazine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And yes we don't want girls bullied we want girls to feel better about themselves well then if you want them to feel better about themselves make them healthier when you eat healthy and you avoid sugary drink water and you exercise you do feel better no no no you know in this day and age we want it all about no you know we want you to feel accepted you know god made you that way god made us a certain way absolutely and then some of us obesity isn't the jeans and my family every woman you don't look like a weeble that's just the way we you know with the exception of my aunts was a model you know every woman in my family got huge i luckily never got to that point because i was scared to death and i thought being obese would be a bad thing and i tried my heart center i've always worked out and i've tried to eat right and no i can't get the perfect body and i can't i can't get my weight so the way i want to but i'm always going to strive and obesity is an illness and yeah it's good to make people feel better you know but it's nice and this magazine cover is very nice that makes a lot of women feel better but we really need to become a society that's not overweight we can't fit into our seatbelts we can't fit into airplane seats we were paid extra for fuel because of our obesity and weight we're taking time off our medical insurance is up it's not something to celebrate it something to work on.

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"this magazine" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"You know put whatever whatever we decide usually everywhere right but the format changes but no the content because as the creation that we do and once you look at content that way then the format it doesn't matter you have to think okay how how much does it cost me to produce this magazine and can i make it work profitably and i make expropriate on that i mean so migrants margin imprint of much smaller than the girls are marching in digital but you're still if you make it profitable or you can make it profitable then why wouldn't you use it is a different format when you go to underground station here in subway in new york and they give you the magazine in your hand you're taking bronze at other ties in there you're putting in the hands of the consumer directly that's pretty powerful you cannot do that in the intimate and you're gonna do that even if you go to the keells to buy and so that he's a space for that frame out for that advertising there that makes me run profitably and you see that like term you can figure out a way a path that print can be can be fairly profitable we are figuring that because you know timeout is not yet profitable as a company but we are way way there and we will only do it if it's profitable obviously but again once you look at content content per se is just being nasty.

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"this magazine" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Security reasons i uh i wanna get a magazine subscription for my for my dad my dad like soccer there are no good us soccer magazines it's very difficult to back in the day when they're used to be newsstands i used to be able to find this magazine by it and take it down to my dad the world is moved on we don't have newsstands anymore luckily i was able to order this magazine online and for five years i have been basically redoing it with my credit card online they ship it over from the uk to my dad and my dad is happy for some reason they decided that they couldn't process my credit card this time find okay i have to call to the uk i have to say very very nice that this was not outsourced and they were very pleasant they were very british about their customer service when i your says insecure and inobound please welcome volcano they didn't ask for that surprisingly but they took my credit card they took a address they took the credit card they took the expiration date the took all of that and then he asked for my data berth for security reasons and i said why and then i just got back well we need that for security i've been getting this magget you've charge me every five years for this magazine without you having it and i don't think it was for any security reason because as soon as i did a little the tiniest bit a push back on this it was just dropped yeah so we all know the data birth was for their demographic marketing right marketing essence but it was not for security reasons so i i want everybody out there that's listening push back on these people that do that it is not for security reasons people are just throwing that out there to get your information and who agreed.

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"this magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Magazine to an eighty page magazine but guess what our full claire before it was not full rier and this issue the january issue of remind magazine has all kinds of brain teasers in articles on music and tv and movies and he has trivia contests and fun but the theme of this magazine is nineteen sixty eight oh what a year and there's articles about elvis bought two thousand one space odyssey about the beatles the mod's squad star trek the graduate the movie the graduating mile sixty minutes robert kennedy vietnam and much more there's also a great picture of goldie hawn from lathin on the cover and you won't wanna miss it now i wrote an article on rod serling for this nice yeah about the twilight zone and you know i write for this magazine every single issue my column is called the radio 360 we also have our full broadcast schedule of hollywood 360 in every issue so the full january schedule of the classic radio shows that we play here on hollywood 360 is in the magazine but i gotta tell you when i got this in the mail and i opened it up and i saw that it's now expanded and it's all and color it's just bigger and better than ever folks you need to subscribe to this magazine you will be so happy you did you can pick it up at any wall walmart store or any barnes and noble store across the country but the best way to pick up on the issue of remind magazine or to subscribe which is even.

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"this magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Magazine to an eighty page magazine but guess what our full before was not full riot and this issue the january issue of remind magazine has all kinds of brain teasers in articles on music and tv and movies entity has trivia contests and fun but the theme of this magazine is 1968 oh what a year and there's articles about elvis bought two thousand one space odyssey about the beatles the mod's squad star trek the graduate the movie the graduating now sixty minutes robert kennedy vietnam and much more is also a great picture of goldie hawn from laugh in on the cover and you won't wanna miss it now i wrote an article on rods circling for this nice yeah about the twilight zone and you know i write for this magazine every single issue my column is call the radio 360 we also have our full broadcast schedule of hollywood 360 in every issue so the full january schedule of the classic radio shows that we play here on hollywood 360 is in the magazine but i gotta tell you when i got this in the mail and i opened it up and i saw that it's now expanded and it's all in color it's just bigger and better than ever folks you need to subscribe to this magazine you will be so happy you did you can pick it up at any walmart store or any barnes and noble store across the country but the best way to pick up on the issue of remind magazine or to subscribe which.

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"this magazine" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"If you're in a and i wonder is you've immersed yourself in this era and in this magazine that was the kinda loudspeaker four unchanged transgresses sexual behavior you're going back to the groupies articles via that the rockstars' are the new god's i mean i wonder what you think the the kind of magazines contribution was to the culture in creating that millions to i mean ah i think that the magazine both inhabited a kind of unequal world that is to say the the world of the rock star was mostly a male world with a with a few precious exceptions and um you know there was a there was a a a wild sense of sexual freedom which i am happy to say i think should have been embraced but there was also you know a sense that the men had the power and and there was an unequal quality to that those many of those sexual relationships were the men were to be serviced uh rather than you know consensual adults doing whatever the hell they want it and i think we're in a moment now too were coming back around to try to to recapture that you know how can we embrace sexuality in all of its many of them forms uh while at the same time properly inveighing against abuses of power which then you know us sexuality is one of their mechanisms in part because it's a primary human force so i think rolling stone both inhabited that world them and in exemplified attitudes that we might when subtle little bit today but at the same time push forward with a sense of honesty about up sexual freedom that i think was important and it's interesting is that team on this project was a lot of them were twentysomethings and it was fun to sort of gauge their reaction to a lot of i'll i'll.

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"this magazine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Fito castro t shirt and so he needs to or he feels like he needs to not say anything else and also it as part of his collusion taser probably doesn't want to say anything although when you appear on the cover of a major magazine it's hard to suggest that you're not doing it for the publicity all but it's smartest way to do it but it's their accepting an award from this magazine sitting down for the picture and the not saying a word dry in it's incredible to me that being blackballed from the nfl has been great wait for his cause and his brand it if he were to be signed by a team right now it would almost be anticlimactic it would almost dilute everything that he uh stands or neels four as the case made women so you're saying this has been good for colin gastronomic i think so i think it's been good for his cause and for his brand he's a bigger name now than if he were the backup quarterback for some media rp yes correct but he's not doing the thing that he loves to do that he will in time while may be the latest yahoo will hold on may be this is the thing that he loves the do maybe he's doing it right now no he's been forced to choose between the two that's why he suing stu got he's been choi he's been forced to eat keys not allowed he has not been allowed for those things to be both bryant i guess it's a good point right he is suing the ah the nfl for collusion so but that's interesting do you think this will altener i think the combination of playing football and doing what he's doing would be would be the biggest for his brand lawyer his rag holiday looking around for the clock he thinks where the hard network out molly mony molly mony regular thirty by this i mean honestly jeb knowing he what time it is where we are a show of you're.

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"this magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Media and struck up a conversation got to normal a little bit had a couple of sorts social occasions with him would have once through ten occasionally because when he would come up to the state which was his weekend joy he just didn't know many people in this area dissent it was a bucolic place but he had no real crane says i became somebody he would talk to and we got to talking about his history and so forth and one day over lunch she asked me to rajbari no way yeah and so so i of course was sort of shellshocked really uh to be asked to do that um and also little wary you know frankly i was like well uh turned out there had been a couple of other books uh attempted that fell through and yang winner if you're in the magazine business if you're in new york media uh you know world you understand that he sort of of mercurial character and he sort of a uh you know he's our par radical personality or reputation and he fired a lotta people over the years in the course these two books didn't work out for reasons that i didn't understand at the time but i investigated them and to see is a good idea should i am get involved with this guy and um i came to realise well if i can do an independent book and i can get in writing at this book is independent than i would do that book but otherwise you're you talk about all this magazine profiles a road i had a reputation in the business i wasn't going to do an authorized book that was just from the get go i knew i wasn't going to do.

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"this magazine" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on Overdue

"So where he put a notice in his magazine and said writers whose and articles to this magazine for publication must state distinctly at the time of sending them whether they expect to pay we cannot allow compensation a less by special contract before publication yes very little has changed in the publishing world i in tell you that i though you appreciate that he rejected po several times um also he directed his stories mom while them out hope probably wrote a bunch of really nasty poems about whoah actually became the editor of grams magsino eating forty one and one way to get your stories and yet one of his first publications was murders in the room mortgage would also right about you know other authors of the day rating reviews he stopped after a couple of years and then a due to poor copper investment the publications ceased 1958 so it's just a real was in relatable identifiable problem that a lot of people have and the neat thing about mergers in the room mortgage that it is widely considered vi detective story the word as we use it today was not like it didn't exist i feel like i have heard that in reference to like a million different books though mm adams up more than once on this one church so it is i i just think it's it's a lot of things lay claim to being like the first detective story or the first modern detective stories sure we'll get a little bit more into this but it does set up even some specific like homsi in conventions and the main character of this would appear in a couple other stories later on yeah that's that's what's going on with this one he initially intended to printed print a series of pamphlets called the pros romances of edgar a po the only the only printed this one it was like collected with a satirical sean it sold for like twelve cents sometimes you have big plans as just on pan out no he got he got to redirect your energy to something more productive like marrying your cousin well mckay vacate all be winner different times in different different era different lifestyle.

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"this magazine" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

Talk 1300 FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

"Fat diet what's a good fat what's a bad fat this is the neverending story what is it lead to in this study can work are we talking now about the bad fast the saturated fast the trans fats and at of brain cancer research that are high fat diet before and during pregnancy this can increase the risk of breast cancer over generations so not only in the mother but over the next several jail rations so moms if you're thinking about getting pregnant or pregnant you want to eat a heart healthy diet is lower that saturated fat voight the transfers i i'm becoming a disciple of a new magazine called spirituality and your health and the current issue has a focus on what we know what we don't know about omega3s the question is asked how have we become so deficient in what is the most abundant fat on the planet earth and i think we do wonder you talk about this a lot of good fat the bad fats how we stay away from the bad ones and make sure we embrace the good ones but you wonder especially in our country where there's so much information we have been advised you've told us to consume fish couple times a week because that's the best or at least for omega3 3s at least a couple of terms so the problem is that we are over fishing the oceans and it's also found in plants nuts in sees all of our let's rather yeah okay so here's what for those of you who don't know who the mainstay of the diet that helps you in your brain mrs for your brain is much well heart also needs it doesn't it a hard the brain area heart lungs or all are affected by the omega3 and if you eat green leafy vegetables and those of you who are frustrated because you don't lie like equality of fish can we get i guess what i'm looking for here and what they overview in this article in this magazine is the various sources that are really not touted did for all of what they call alpha linoleic is that a pronounce it out anyway photo synthesis the photosynthesis at a process that which gets us the green leaves sunday trees the.

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"this magazine" Discussed on Another Round

Another Round

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"this magazine" Discussed on Another Round

"That i kind of i dunno i get off on the idea of lake like steffi people reading this magazine and not knowing that the like young girl on the train next to them wrote the story lines iq it i can be anonymous in this way feels cool uh i love that okay so the whole idea ppp with friends is that we have mad friends who we love who are really you know cut a wildly brilliant in their own quiet ways and don pepper them with odd questions off in my opinion card agree world needs more peppering with questions yes i'm going to start off today what do you bring to the potluck it is almost cookout seizing now a shit woody ran what are you bring you know it's going to be like eighty degrees every day soon enough all i have been thinking about this okay in car talk here's the thing it depends if you're going to a potluck where many white people will be you have to make sure not bring any drinks because that's all they know how to do i have been this too hot luxe where it's literally only been beer and light crackers wasilla young circus islip way familiar with this guy now go places on i said i only only only show up like when the sun is setting in its cooling off a little bit that is why i love yeah only getting deidra our and sweaty oh that's where you asked me i love nature reading right yeah rick fehr there are no windows but all that's to say i'm a big fan of pasta it feels people either at a potluck and a barbeque ale ishagh called calls pasta you know i might do a little bit of mozzarella cheese some chicken.

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