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Fresh update on "victoria" discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

01:31 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "victoria" discussed on On Mic Podcast

"One more thing about your book your philosophy your mission and the work you do Our actions whatever we do and say has a direct impact on everyone around us or those people we direct does to an and that it goes for leaders in government to leaders and business to educators to doctors. Anybody right and that's a big part of what you're saying here. So what closing message do we have for our listeners. About sage advice from victoria wants to impact of action. The impact of action is. You must understand that you got a lot more control than you think that you have and if you want to achieve something that somebody tells you is impossible you can the other side of that coin is you must understand how your actions affect other people and try as best you can to make your actions have a positive impact on other people rather than an opportunity to criticize somebody or try to bully them into something. Couldn't have said it better. And i think we're in a in a very important point in american history anyway when people have got to slow down a little bit and think before. They slammed people and try to destroy their careers. You know we have so much opportunity to keep doing the best because we are the best. I mean i'm going to say without any if you are the best and the tiny little satisfaction that you get thinking that you're trying to help somebody else. Sometimes what you intend to send out is not what is received which then creates an equal and opposite shot at you and then by the time. Everybody stops shooting. Everybody's really bloody the neat thing about living. A few years of life and getting experience and having struggle is that you can sit back at your age my age. If not right about a share ideas with your kids or or colleagues you get through life bloodied a little bit but it helps you it. Steers you in the right direction. If you're lucky you've been very lucky that you've had that great starting point with your parents and with early education and even with overcoming whatever physical limitations you have with your site and i i will tell you that all of those things. That didn't go right for you for me for everybody out there. Those are the things that have the potential to make you wildly successful because those are the things that teach you that. You're stronger than you thought you were and you can stand up and do it better and get what you want. Next time you're not gonna curl up and die and guess what i was say. Success is not whether or not you got knocked down. Success is whether you got up twice three times four times ten times and ended up with your mission success. Well i don't know anybody else. But i would like to roll out the red carpet for a ted talk for this young lady. Hope they're listening at ted talk land because you're such a good motivator but it's a wonderful book and it will not only explain what gemini the company is all about and the interaction that you have with with our warfighters which is so critical. But it's really a a very simple look at how did succeed in life and i loved it so thank you you bet. I owe it all to my amazing team who teach me every day. Those things that will make solutions. Better make the warfighter more safe more successful. Make our.

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Fresh update on "victoria" discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

00:35 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "victoria" discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Other countries does that make us stronger or weaker. It is easy to do that if you are as a country so far above everybody else that they don't have the ability to catch up to you and overtake you. One of the things that we have going for us is are credible Technological ingenuity and this comes right back to my first question about you and how you started in mit and working science and working computers. There's something called the american artificial intelligence initiative. I was reading about and we're in a different era altogether at science fiction. Almost you know with drones and with digital transfer and and all kinds of imaging and all kinds of cyber warfare. Is this a big focus that we should all be thinking about. We have people like you to help us thankfully but talk about the impact of of technology right now well. Those types of initiative began. Or were i should say prioritized about four years ago and continue and those are areas that if we as a country focusing on it will truly help us to stay at the top ahead of the game because that's what our competitors are looking at as well Yet i mean you think about the weak points in our system the grid to the the energy grid and our entire infrastructure which is online. I mean there's there's A threat every day to some company in some group Hackers from all over the world. It's pretty strange. New world word. It is but it's in a way it's not think about it. The same type of issues existed many many years ago during the nuclear issue right where it was the united states who had enough nuclear weapons to destroy you know the soviet union however many times over and the soviet union had equal or almost equal weapons. Julia sure what was mutually assured destruction and it was a very similar type of situation except that today there are more perhaps countries that may be involved and the real question is what is the strategy to get to the same kind of mutually assured destruction..

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Fresh update on "victoria" discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

00:49 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "victoria" discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"Ten-year-old pamela butler was rollerblading in front of her kansas city. Kansas home in nineteen ninety nine a strange man drove up to the home and abducted her. The man later raped her before strangling her to death with a wire and leaving her body to be found later what should the outcome of such an atrocity background music track. Unspoken by mu the sponsor for today's episode of the felon filers the ravens gloss pub ashville best spurious restaurant and pub scott where according welcome back listeners to another episode of felon file as victoria said we e podcast investigation and discussion of crime. Punishment to get guys the bad guys unusual law enforcement issues that have occurred in the appalachian mountains and beyond victoria. Thank you for starting this out and running control. Board victoria has Finagled us use of this. Really cool studio. We're using today here in scratch ankle north carolina the scratch ankle broadcasting and recording studio just east of inca and just west of asheville. Can't miss it victoria. We appreciate you opening us up and running the control board for us now. We're getting ready to celebrate july fourth. Although this podcast will be running away. After july fourth recently as a matter of fact today on july the second of two thousand twenty one there was a press release where the united states government is has suspended capital punishment executions at least temporarily said they say and that has a lot to do with what we're talking about today the death penalty which we have discussed in the past. If you're a student of history you know that the death penalty was put on hold in the united states for about sixteen years at one point now when the death penalty was reinstated one of the fifth individuals to be executed in united states after the reinstatement is a topic of our conversation. Today a man by the name of keith. D nelson now keys on september twenty ninth. Nine hundred ninety nine was looking for some help to do some work and what people normally do say had where the people that are looking for work. hang out at this time in. Kansas city missouri. It was the parking lot of a company called a one. Staffing is temporary work service in kansas city and mr nelson located a gentleman by the name of james robinson and asked him if he if he would be interested in a job helping hall cement out of a basement remember. This is nineteen ninety nine so of course the man offered dale. The man accepted the job as opposed. Today where a lot of businesses are having a tremendous difficulty locating people who work here in the united states. Roberts responded yeah he would do that and they left the staffing parking lot. Driving out in leaving in nelson's ford f. One fifty pickup truck with nelson driving nelson robinson had never met before but after arriving the job site and doing some discussion nelson told robinson that he wouldn't light to kidnap a woman. Take her away from the city. Torture rape electrocute kill and then bury her nelson also told robinson that he.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

01:38 min | Last week

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"That's my list. Thanks for sharing this comedy. Gold this book with us. You're welcome. Thanks for rating opening your your heart to potential disappointment but hopefully this has been good experience to be able to talk about it. Yeah oh my god. This is the dream so lesson for the day. Don't be afraid to share to share your love with others. you gotta learn to be okay. If they say no which is still something that i'm working on. You know. Share your exuberance. And then i find if i'm very vocal about how much i love something it takes about a year but eventually someone will be like. Hey you know the thing that you always talk about your right. Which is honestly like how i watch nearly anything like for tonight. Decided to start a shower. Or something will like flip through and julia said good things about like fifteen months ago but i think maybe we can watch. Thank you for listening to put club with julia inventory. We would love to hear your thoughts on this topic. We discuss ac- you can share your review and recommendations with us on instagram at book club with jd on her website bukoba jd. Dot com by leading view. On apple podcast. You can also start website for show now with links to all the recommendations things bringing joy if you don't already go ahead and follow us on whichever podcast platform. You're listening on so that you can be notified when our next episode is released. This episode was co hosted and produced by myself. Victoria which posit provide gas me provides us with project management support. Our music is composed by brick. And our look was designed by cabin until next time reading..

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"victoria" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"victoria" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Shot. Jr that's what you're asking. Aren't you well. We're not an answer that question. We're going to talk to vicki about now. Victoria jackson you enormous. Donald were both on. Snl you knew him you're talking about. He said to you backstage while you're both doing standup. Hey how can we never dated. So what did you say to that. Once you married at the time. yes well. He had taken a picture with my husband. before after that but anyway I was on the show and then norway's not after me like a year to outcry left. The i know and then i told you before discovered him and i discovered you remember. I told you that you discovered us. I did but Anyway we're backstage and he goes. How can we never dated. And i go because you don't go to church is you. Don't go to church. And then he said. Oh that's the deal-breaker Answer the outbreak. That sounds about right. But i like the thing that i put a stephen him a little seed. Well i heard many for many places that he he had come to faith. I mean many times through. He says it. On larry king. He says i'm a christian. And it's not fashionable and also this girl sent out. Put a a comment on on your instagram. And she sent her. Name's to kneel. And she said she went to his show and twenty nineteen and at the end of the show. Said he's this is the only way to heaven and then he said this is my last stand up show and he said jesus is the only way to heaven and then he walked off the stage and she said it was the only thing that wasn't a joke and we were kind of shocked but now understand. He said so. I have reposted that little instagram. Over and over. Because i think he came to now jesus as his savior before he died. And that's so awesome at the beginning of his career using edward every sentence or oh he was using very bad language. If you i've been. I've been binge watching all of his appearances and starting to talk like him walk on him but anyway vicky. Did you ever see the movie. The mel gibson movie called signs. Yeah do you know how the kids at the birthday party in brazil or someplace. They're looking out the window. And this creature walks past and like in they all scream. Do you remember that in the movie. Yeah in the movie. well anyway. That just happened behind you is lurking off. Thank the lord. I thought it was one of those aliens who was scary. Because i couldn't quite see where the person stands behind the wing away swing away all right so norm macdonald. Isn't it amazing that somebody dies and suddenly we focus on them but if he has with the lord right now you know he's a you talking about a better so he's in a better place. It's not just a better place. It's way better like so much better. We can't even imagine how much better and that you said it's important. We talk about death. And i agree that if we believe what we save. Anybody says i'm a christian. If you don't live like heaven is better than where you are and that death is a glorious thing. I mean it's sad because we miss people and whatever but we act like you know they're going to cleveland. they're not going to cleveland. They're going to heaven which is even better than cleveland. Well yeah caroline errands and r. e. n. Yes has great song reaching and she's can win to ignore and it's kind of about that that we we're not at home or we're always reaching you are reaching for the future. We're reaching for the past. And no matter data. we reach.

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Eric and Actress Victoria Jackson Discuss the Arizona Recount

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Eric and Actress Victoria Jackson Discuss the Arizona Recount

"Where were we. We were talking about paul anka. We're talking about death. We bound the arizona recount. Yes the recount. Do you think. I mean are you following this more closely than i am probably up on a prayer group out rebate praised for america. And i'm hearing lots of rumors about it coming out if if we could get the truth. And the recount of arizona and prove that From one there it can open the door to other states showing that trump won there and maybe we can kick out this senile imposter and replace them with the guy really one according to my friend. Jim ellis who was one of the president's lawyers whose concentrated scholar was at your stomach. What was that noise. Oh you have a dog. Thank goodness i was gonna say because he needed to change your diet. wow so we were talking about the fact that jenna. Ls i was just saying ellis has said that even if it's proved that that biden didn't win. There's she says. I'm not sure that i agree. But she says there's no constitutional path by which the person who didn't get elected or who was actually elected but it wasn't installed could be made president so it'd be the way i see. It would have to be something that god does because i don't see constitutionally cording what she was saying but it does strike me that there may be a way if if look if the american people really are shown that the election was stolen. Which i believe is going to happen. It's going to be a really. It's a conundrum for americans to think okay. Wow we feel pretty stupid. Now what do we do. It's going to be an interesting

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Liberals Are Waking up and Turning Right

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Liberals Are Waking up and Turning Right

"Don't you find it interesting. Is that people are waking up. You don't need to be pro-trump you don't need to be republican. You be a christian. People with common sense are just waking up. They're seeing these things. And what i find interesting is that they are also seeing that patriots and christians tend to be on the right side of these issues which is a curious moment in the culture. Yeah i have some friends that are flipping over from the left to the right. And i'm like wow cool things are bad. They're willing to consider that maybe conservative principles. Wouldn't it be great. If some of the rhino people in congress and the senate flipped over and actually became you know like representatives of the people would be as nice

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Victoria Jackson: The Bible Gives Us Hope After Death

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Victoria Jackson: The Bible Gives Us Hope After Death

"Talking to my acquaintance. Victoria jackson hypocrisy. Well we're getting to know each other. Yeah we're getting to know each other but look you. You're sharing some heavy stuff. I mean because you really are a friend not an acquaintance you shared with me that your brother took his life. Your your mother whom i've met via zoom That she passed away. But i don't know what do you want to share this on the program like that's just sort of eerie to everybody dies so let's talk about it right. I'd love to be zoomed into heaven elijah or you know well a lot of I say but everybody dies. But here's the thing one of the best things about the bible list it himself. Hope for after death. And i wanted to tell people that you don't have to be sad about that. Jesus conquered. he has victory over value. Rose from the dead and we are. We went to we believe in him. And i i reading all these versus about heaven and how and death and i'm happier than ever because i i think my brother was born in I hate seem very skeptical. Cynical about jesus and his latter years. But we had some deep. And i think he went forward when he was a child accepted. Jesus into his

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Schumer: U.S. Senate to Stage Voting Rights Reform Bill Vote

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:52 min | Last month

Schumer: U.S. Senate to Stage Voting Rights Reform Bill Vote

"While republican led states like texas are busy erecting. All the voting impediments they can think of senate majority leader. Chuck schumer is promising action to protect voting rights on the federal level. The republican led war on. Democracy has only worsened. In the last few weeks most notably the governor of texas recently signed into law vile new voter suppression bill that ranks one of the most draconian undemocratic in living memory. This is unacceptable so the senate must act. I intend to hold a vote in the senate as early as next week on voting rights legislation time time is of the essence. Still with us. Professor victoria di francesco. Soto and matthew dowd a professor. I want to circle back to voting rights and a hot minute but first considering texas leading the nation in voting restrictions and choice restrictions tell our audience. What's going to happen. When redistricting comes up. I believe we have about a week until that starts right so we from today. The second sean legislative session starts which is dedicated to redrawing the lines end. What we see in texas is a hard right. Turn something okay. It is gone too far to the right. it will snap back but what we're looking at with. The upcoming redistricting. Under a republican led legislature is a lot of the things that we've seen over the last year over the past couple of years are going to be institutionalized because republicans are squarely in the driver's seat. Outdrawing those maps and brian. This is the first time in recent history that we're going to be having matt strong without the protection of sexy five from the voting rights act that was repealed that was struck down by by the supreme court in two thousand

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Romeo Beckham Has Signed His First Professional Football Contract

Valentine In The Morning

00:16 sec | Last month

Romeo Beckham Has Signed His First Professional Football Contract

"Beckham is 19 years old, His mom in Victoria Beckham. His dad is David Beckham and now Romeo has signed his first professional soccer contract with Fort Lauderdale CF and he could make his debut on the field as early as this Saturday, following in Dad's footsteps.

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Victoria Nuland Delivers Lackluster Response on Supporting Stranded Americans

Mark Levin

01:42 min | Last month

Victoria Nuland Delivers Lackluster Response on Supporting Stranded Americans

"What's the plan? To help the people who were abandoned. In Afghanistan. Cut. Five go confidence in the United States has been shaken, perhaps irrevocably by the fact that they were being told as recently as Over the weekend. That you knew where they were, and they weren't going to be stranded. And yet they were. So what precisely are you telling them other than we're doing everything that we can to try to get you out, even though it's clear that you don't have a way to do it yet. The messages are being tailored depending upon who they are and where they are. I'm not going to get into the specifics of that. But the first thing we have to do is ensure that we can get Their roots and land routes secured and that's what we're working on. But what we mostly need to understand is is to continue to evaluate who is where who they have with them so that we can On a case by case paces, do what we can to tailor evacuation routes for them. Excuse me. People are being slaughtered as we speak. This is something I should have thought about a month ago. This is something you should have thought about. At least on July 23rd when Joe Biden reveals in a phone call to the president of Afghanistan. He's well aware of that country's collapsed. Unbelievable. Even though he knew the country was collapsing. And he takes no responsibility for any of this. None. He's a psychopath. He's delusional.

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What Does It Mean for the UK To Warmly Welcome Afghan Refugees?

Woman's Hour

01:39 min | Last month

What Does It Mean for the UK To Warmly Welcome Afghan Refugees?

"Morning. The government has set out more details of operation warm welcome the scheme to resettle thousands of afghan refugees all of those who've arrived on the afghan relocations and assistance policy. The scheme are helping. Those who helps schemes gives me helping those who helped the british military in uk. Government in afghanistan will be given immediate indefinite leave to remain the government's pledging twelve million pounds for additional school places. Three million pounds to support. Nhs access and a five million. Pound top fa- councils in england wells and scotland to support the and meet the costs and help meet the cost of renting properties. Here's mr for overseeing. Afghan resettlement victoria atkin speaking earlier on the today program. We ten thousand people who are in quarantine hotels that moment This is the largest ever evacuation scheme in living memory and so it is going to take off and local of an charges local communities a bit of time to put this framework in place. But that is what we're working on and so today's announcements not just indefinitely to remain but also our determination help children Start their education again. The extra funding for them to support them a school the funding for adults to learn english. Those who don't speak english well also The promises in relation to housing the discretionary funding. We're giving to councils. This is all part of enormous Exercise in integration. And just remember that the of the twenty thousand who will come here over. The coming years will be women and children.

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Infant Bats Babble, Just Like Human Babies, Study Finds

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Infant Bats Babble, Just Like Human Babies, Study Finds

"Discovered that noises made by baby bad spare a striking resemblance to babbling human infants. Science correspondent Victoria Gill has been listening in This slowdown recording of Baby Greatest sac winged bats in their tree roost in Costa Rica has revealed something strikingly human like about the way these mammals learned to communicate. Species has a complex repertoire of sound. Adult males sing to attract females. When we learn to speak our first attempts to make vowel sounds and to produce key syllables come in the form of repetitive baby bubble. And in this rare example of non human baby bubble, the researchers say the bats are tuning up their voices in just the same way. And

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Delta Variant: Melbourne Lockdown Begins Anew as Australia Battles Outbreaks

The Dan Bongino Show

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Delta Variant: Melbourne Lockdown Begins Anew as Australia Battles Outbreaks

"For Australia's second largest city like a Yo yo lockdowns in Melbourne have come and gone. The latest one number six is gone with just four hours notice regional leader of Victoria State Daniel Andrews. None of us want to be in a situation where we have to lock down again. But this Stelter variant moves so fast. That was even a handful of positive cases that can't be linked. There is no alternative for us, but to listen to our public health experts, they say, lockdown for seven days and see what the numbers look like. Then schools are closing and people are only Allowed out for caregiving, exercise grocery shopping and getting vaccinated. Tom Rivers,

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New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:41 min | 3 months ago

New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel

"I leave the new zealand. Government has unfortunately posed the trans-tasman bubble from midnight. Last night. judy concerns about rising nineteen case. Thomason australia the pause effects travel from all the states and territories to new zealand and will remain in effect for eight weeks new zealand citizens. Permanent resident and fees. The whole is currently in australia. As well as trillion citizens who have recently been in new zealand and left on or off to the six april this year as well as their family members will still be allowed to return to new zealand on quarantaine free flights until next friday the thirtieth of july but this excludes anyone who's been in new south wales in the past fourteen days. Who would soon need to enter two weeks of managed isolation and quarantine on arrival back in new zealand and at the moment anyone traveling from victoria to new zealand over the next week. We'll need to self isolate for three days and get a curve attest. After arriving back in new zealand off the thirtieth of july once. That's finish next. Friday qantas's jetstar will spend almost all of their trans-tasman services at least until the twenty fifth of september when the bubble is currently scheduled to resume any zealand will continue operating but only limited trans-tasman flights and to and from oakland with various parts of new south. Wales victoria and south australia old. Currently on lockdown olas trillion station. Terry trees have unfortunately also reimposed restrictions on interstate travel and this is unfortunately prompted rex to cancel. All of its boeing seven three seven passenger services starting from tuesday of this week until at least the of august. I just on the two weeks of this point.

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Mercury 13's Sarah Ratley Set out to Break the Glass Stratosphere

Overheard at National Geographic

01:31 min | 3 months ago

Mercury 13's Sarah Ratley Set out to Break the Glass Stratosphere

"Eighty-five years old five years old young correction i maybe five years young. So are you still fly. Or you still piloting plays yes. I fly with a friend of mine very often now. And i'm all used to all the newest equipment when i look at now and see a beautiful blue sky. I want to be up there sir. Bradley has spent a lot of her life pointed in one direction up and at times. She's tried to go even further. I wanted to find out new horizons. What isn't in star trek to go. Where no man has gone before we were leading the way to show that women could be in space to go into space. It's not easy. Astronauts are superhuman. god's basically that's victoria jaggard. She's one of my buddies here at national geographic and a fellow editor. She also writes about space. It is a physically mentally emotionally demanding. Job we are born raised evolved to be comfortable with this level of gravity with this atmospheric pressure. So if we're all meant to be earthbound how do we decide who makes a good astronaut. At the beginning of the space race nasa thought there was a quick answer but sarah radley and a bunch of other women made the country think again.

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Life Coach Victoria Albina Gives Tips To Deal With Burnout

Hurdle

02:33 min | 3 months ago

Life Coach Victoria Albina Gives Tips To Deal With Burnout

"How does one go about treating burn out. And can you do it on your own or should you always seek out professional assistance. I mean the ladders challenging one right because as as a license healthcare provider. Of course. I i need to save. Please visit your primary care provider and having been a primary care provider. I know that you're not gonna get much help there. So i've met my legal and ethical duty. But i also know like it's where where's it gonna get you right. They're not gonna do the complex adrenal testing that functional medicine holistic provider might So if that is within your financial capacity to go to functional medicine to go to a holistic healthcare provider to go to acupuncture to go to bodywork would recommend those things in addition to talking with a counselor therapist coach. Right someone who is focused on helping you to understand the complexity of what burn out really looks like then of course let us note the irony here right if you're feeling wicked burned out. What's the last thing you want to. Maybe talk about it right or like even hunt for someone see if they take your insurance if you could afford it make an appointment schlep across town find or find park. you know. it's i mean. One of the pandemic has been horrifying of course particularly for black and brown folks. Low income folks. But what's been phenomenal about. The pandemic is the shift. That's how a health and the fact that now so much more is available from your living room. So i do want to remind folks that maybe the part isn't part of it so consider maybe that does it need to be a barrier to care and i think it's important for us to recognize that it takes a big person to say. Okay yell i am not well. I write hired. I m out like that's step number one and then loving yourself enough perhaps or wanting to give yourself the grace of the compassion that you deserve to then say okay. I am going to take responsibility here and do something about it because in the moment that i you know step like figuring out what you're gonna do here that can certainly be overwhelming but when you take a step back and you think about the benefits that will come hand in hand with you doing something for yourself with you getting willing to step outside of that comfort zone. Make a change. That's going to impact this extreme level of bernau. That's worth it in the long

Oversight Committee Calls for Firing of Seattle Officers Who Attended Trump Rally

Tom and Curley

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Oversight Committee Calls for Firing of Seattle Officers Who Attended Trump Rally

"To fire the Seattle officers that were involved in the riots that had occurred on the sixth of January. Como talks to one of the community leaders responding and says today we were set back as chair of the Seattle Police Department's African American Advisory Council. I try to bridge the gap between the community and SPD. Victoria Beach says. This gap Might start getting wider. I like this lady. I watched this clip earlier and she's right. Listen, I'm outraged Beach says she's concerned. The Office of Police Accountabilities findings will give more fuel to the critics. Now, everybody who is defund and anti police that Here's one for them and the only way to regain trust and credibility with the community. They need to be fired. That's what Opa is recommending, as well for the two SPD officers who were spotted in an off limits area while rioters stormed the Capitol in Washington, D. C. And they lied. Those two Officers live. It puts, uh, interim chief Adrian D. As in a conundrum, you know? Does he go against Opas Fighting? Community activist Frank Kerrigan says he will continue to support Seattle police. A majority of them are very good officers are committed to community policing. But Irigoyen also says that the two officers are not fired. Now on the type of message he'll send again is that it's business as usual with the Seattle Police Department. That, Uh, police officers like these two can do No wrong. Yeah, See, That's the tough spot right? Because you don't want to

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True History of the Kelly Gang

Mere Mortals Book Reviews

01:42 min | 3 months ago

True History of the Kelly Gang

"More lights to another out of the book reviews. My name is carmen. And i do these reviews for those who want to transcend beyond that are in me mortality to learn some knowledge to get the good stuff that there is out of the world of literature and today. I have a very intriguing one for you. It is the true history of the kelly gang by peter carey. This book was published in two thousand and it is a fictional retelling of the very alter a famous australian bushman's life from the beginning until the end. The focus is indeed of ned kelly his adventures exploits his run ins with the law in the australian bush the outback and those of the core members of his gang. But peter carey. Add some additional flavor. Some spices i guess to his story. It's a first person narrative using the medium of postles. So it is told from the point of view of ned kelly as a young man growing older and into the days just before his death. But it's done address to his daughter. Who is now overseas. And so these are fictional retailing's and each of these parcels essentially a chapter of the book. And it'll start off with a small description of this fictional parcel and then a slight summary of the chapter before then going into the actual chapter now if you've never heard of him before ned. Kelly is quite famous in australian culture in general so it does tell of his life. Being in the outback in victoria is relatively impoverished childhood. Early violence mishap saudi had with the police and just with other members of his own family apprenticeship as an outlaw as a bushman onto harry pow continual police corruption and other unfortunate events that happened in his life leading to is rebellion against authority his inauguration of a small gang the kelly gang including his brother and some trusted friends before the ultimate siege capture and death. I'm

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Do You Like Matching With Your Significant Other? #Bennifer Does!

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Do You Like Matching With Your Significant Other? #Bennifer Does!

"Lopez and ben affleck have been. Obviously we've been seeing a lot of pda from them lately and most. Recently they are color coordinating. They look like they're matching their got. The same vibe going on and david beckham also did this. Because he posted on instagram Kind of just like a nod to their twenty-second wedding anniversary. Him in victoria and so he posted a collage of photos of the two of them in matching outfits. For the last twenty yeah. They're like fully matching like full on like leather matching outfits. Purple matching outfits. I sold. They're so good and they're not just like cohesive they are matching and he posted the photos and he said twenty. Two years later still matching outfits. Happy anniversary love you so much. Thank you for giving me are amazing kids so we can all wear the same because in the slide he also posted a picture of them with the kids. And they're all in matching pajamas. You didn't send me any of those pictures. You only say ben in gen and big. I didn't wanna blow. I didn't want to blow it because if you were like you know i think it's so do i need a certain. I wanna see the pictures to search. David go on instagram on instagram. Go to david beckham. i got it now. what. I carousel of his photos. Is he this one. He's not verified. Okay now look at that there you have it. That's what i'm talking about them in purple there but this is over time correct over twenty two years but this is like from the nineties. This leather outfit. I think that they were dressing up in levered like yesterday. Sorry but you keep scrolling. It's like it's scary. it's really cute. Yeah i is this great. He's she's lovely to pair good and they've done it a long time. haven't they. Maybe matching outfits is the key to longevity in

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Fox News Commentator Jesse Watters Candidly Shares What Happens During Breaks

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Fox News Commentator Jesse Watters Candidly Shares What Happens During Breaks

"You know, maybe so, but you when you speak and when I can catch it, Your monologues are right on. I mean, You're very solid. You have a great thought process now during the breaks And as you point out in the book, you can get hot during the breaks that can be funny during the breaks. What happens during the breaks. So God felt unfiltered, and he doesn't have any. He'll just talk about what he wants for dinner. He'll talk about how his body feels will talk about anything. So I started writing down just ridiculous things you would say in the commercial breaks. So I remember them. I'll just read you some. Some of these are in my book. These are direct quotes from Greg got felled in the commercial break. If you're going to kill your spouse take them hiking. Okay. How about this one? Charity sucks. It's the best thing you'll ever do, and they get all the money. Or this one. This one. The cheapest form of phone sex is the call Victoria's secret and asked them to go through the catalog. Now I actually I repeated that at a speech in Alabama, the Bible belt. Storm. Cold Silence. Oh, yeah. Go over. Well, I got to know your audience, brother. You gotta know your audience that was a little too blue for Alabama. But Geraldo is there to now every other week, and you know he's crazy. He's you know, he's like, Oh, yeah, I just bought a What is that car Just brought it. Bentley Cash. You know, I'm driving. I'm driving it too. I'm driving it to Cleveland, taking it to Cleveland Having some wine I was with 30 at dinner last night. You know, it's just he's not. And but he's funny, and he's a good sport, and he's done a nice job filling in for Juan after Ron retired to the swamp.

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Not Just Another Manic Monday: Federer, Djokovic, Kerber Win

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Not Just Another Manic Monday: Federer, Djokovic, Kerber Win

"Golf lost six four six four a former world number one Angelique Kerber it was definitely super windy today me my ski can tell by my skirt was flying a little bit but yeah I would say towards like the third or fourth game I think we both started to get comfortable with it he's was upset in straight sets by Victoria Gurevich from Switzerland Korea lost a heartbreaker ten eight in the fifth set to the hot hitting Karen Khachanov but there were no problems for the two top states without like Djokovic and ash body bugs the planting and Roger Federer kept alive his hopes of a possible final showdown with Djokovic with a straight sets win of his own I'm Graham I got

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Victoria Valentino, Bill Cosby Accuser, Speaks About His Overturned Conviction

Car Pro

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Victoria Valentino, Bill Cosby Accuser, Speaks About His Overturned Conviction

"Bill Cosby came down this week, chances are pretty good. Your reaction was the same as ours in the newsroom. What just happened here? It was a stunning ruling the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, throwing out Cosby's sexual assault conviction and releasing him from prison. Cosby, who is now 83 flashed the V for victory sign to a helicopter overhead as he trudged into his suburban Philadelphia home after serving nearly three years of a 3 to 10 year sentence for drugging and violating Temple University sports administrator Andrea Constand in 2000 and four Cause we spoke with ABC news after he was released over body had defense to say Wait one second. This doesn't match up with the truth. This is not what I was taught in college. This is not what I was part in all the former Cosby Show Star was one of the first celebrities tried and convicted in the ME two era. Can't stand and her lawyers called the ruling disappointing, as did many of the as many as 50 women who accused Cosby of similar actions. One accuser, Victoria Valentino spoke with NBC's Kyra Phillips after his release. First of all, How are you feeling right now? It's been a long day of very distressing day, a very emotional day and a very infuriating day. I think all rape survivors. Have an impotent rage because they are not able to really be listen to be validated be vindicated when he received his guilty, guilty, guilty verdict. We thought we had received justice. What

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"victoria" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:53 min | 7 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"And i was working for jewelry company and i'm designing beautiful things and then that some cmo or cfo who doesn't understand jewelry or woman or consumers would sit there and go you know what i can't fund this so you can have to do xyz and he doesn't know a thing about you know what women want. So i was just suffocating. So i took a leap of faith but the other thing i'm gonna say to. Whoever is listening all of you are listening is. There's no guarantee in life except failure. You fail you aren't gonna fail this snow. Ask you victoria. What what if you actually learn from failure. What's the biggest takeaway do thing. I think i think i failed a lot because i started my business would just ike really desperation with no money. No mentors no nothing no connections so you can imagine you fail a lot and when you do you feel like you wanna quit and you self doubt seats and you're like okay. Well you know what that was really stupid. I a lot of smart people fail in business. What may what made me think that i was going to succeed. So you know all of these things come into play all the experts that tell you you know. So what happens is when you fail everything that i've ever failed in my life. They caused my success so smaller failures lead to bigger success. It's the only problem. A lot of people have is when you have a small failure. You focus on the failure and you go. You know what i tried to hold you collection was a bomb. I'm just not gonna ever to any flowers anymore because it themselves. Well i would sit there and go. You know what i love. Flowers women love flowers. Everybody loves loves flowers. So what what is it was it that. Why didn't it's up. Well if you can figure that out You basically end up making a better collection. So what i preach. Is that the things that are that are absolutely certain in life is you will fail at something at some point..

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"victoria" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:02 min | 7 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Get you front of your best audience. In case she there and today's call. I'm on the line with victoria week. Welcome to the show victoria. Thank you for having me. So yes absolutely my pleasure talking a little bit about their backgrounds in surnames and things like that just leading up to the cohen for everybody's on the code. If you love jewelry love jewelry designing business you want to learn about how to be successful in this field and i think you're on the right call today because victoria is going to share a lot about that gonna take a deep dive into her experience in an actual fact. There's a lot to unpack here but before we do any of that victoria. I'd love to learn firstly where you located. I'm actually today calling him from belmar california. Now you in australia is myself. I am roy maclaren. Which is a pretty well known wine region in australia now. You trans indy. Get around a fair. bit is yes. I have traveled from my business. I think thirty five or forty countries. Several million miles obviously would code. I having traveled a lot. But i actually live in more than one state your because businesses in different parts of the country in the united states of america. So yes. I do I'm looking forward to traveling specifically to get down to australia and new zealand. That stop only place. I really haven't been that's on my bucket list. Oh yes so. Yes pulled up the door. The door is always open for you. When you do a roy because i'm sure you love it. It's certainly an opportunity to arkansas. More doors and creates a more connections. Stand down south as it were now when you are not working do you. Do you actually ever get any time to relax. And if you do. Do you have any hobbies. Do you like watching movies. What you think you doubt. Yeah so actually. I studied my business based on my hobby. Which is designed and so. I do still do a lot of sketching. I love sketching. I'm here in san diego. Where things are just blooming. All the time know our we are. So i love to paint landscapes and so forth. I love classical music. Play classical music. I listen to sydney opera house. It's one of my bucket list things And i spent a lot of time with my family I started my business to spend time with them so you. It's one of the few businesses that went from zero to five hundred million dollars in sales which was completely designed around their schedule. So you know. I am a mom of two and compromise culture in asian culture. You know mom's very present..

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"victoria" Discussed on Victoria Skau bryter ned fasaden

Victoria Skau bryter ned fasaden

02:40 min | 8 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on Victoria Skau bryter ned fasaden

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

05:04 min | 10 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"The author bio portion of this episode acetate How she wrote the book. She wanted that she didn't have when she was a teenager. And i think to the books were readily available. am speaking from who's going to predominantly white schools and But i did live in a city. That was Pretty biracial between mexican american lot. Next community In white people were a lot of like next sway novels on the shelves. Like i didn't stumble upon the minute. Let me tell you. I read every novel at the library like I love that this book is out there. S video rights. How i understand her. She writes cares anyway that her character who would speak in live if that makes sense Yeah and she writes for an audience. That would understand this. This isn't written for me. A white twenty five year old woman who has booked podcast has written for all the offer. Latina high schoolers there of endless wars And that's that's really great. I think like the one book that had legs in spanish in it is always translated in a glossary. So yeah. Because i i. I read the book i. I've done a few more. Years of spanish than victoria has an have a bit more experience in like written translation. And it's victoria's book. But i was like. I'm just gonna take a pencil and start translating this for her. Just in case it gets a little more complicated and today. She was like thank you for doing that a lot. More of young. My high school spanish did not take any day for though i did have to look up the word for staples but oh and i learned that a moth in spanish is called night butterfly which made so happy That's not the boy I what was my point. Oh i so normally. I feel like if you read any like sixteen to nineteen th century european literature that involves unlike that takes place in another location or has a person who knows multiple languages. Anything that's not in english is typically italicized. A lot of times there's a footnote translation or a glossary or like they explain it right away or whatever And it's like made very very it's a very it gives you strong colonizer vibes. You know like you just know it's like pointing out to the reader like this is a word that we don't understand and this is a word from another place and.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

03:25 min | 10 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"Yeah if i were but those words but i. I'm just imagining writing. Powerpoint about like why people have misunderstood orcas and we are probably did someone in power points child. I love the image. All right. so you as i've said are very docked buses fair to say this special interest of yours. So what was your experience reading the book. Like what research had you done prior to it. So i think experiencewise i reading. The books felt like it. So much. her Just narrating her experience with an octopus in with other people are not to push. There was like a lot of kind of this cuddly sensation similarly to win. I'm petting my dog which is also me like projecting what it would feel like for myself to touch octopus and my experience I prior to his readings. I mean we'll get to this the end to but there's another octopus book that i really love Legitimate name right. Now it's called other minds And that's kind of more around the evolution of octopuses and then looking at different studies and kind of evaluating the possibilities of like octopus consciousness. I guess and then There's a documentary on netflix. Called my octopus teacher. That's another good one And then just like readings and youtube videos and that kind of thing here and there. It's definitely a self self soothing tool to i mean So like you know. If i'm feeling stressed or anxious i'll just watch videos of octopus behaving and Fun facts and stuff and That's kind of just a a small gist. I think sometimes victoria might be an exception to this. But i think a lot of times neuro. Typical people underestimate the soothing. Power of fun facts. We're just like learning some random new piece of information and being done for the day is like so healing god. I never thought about that before. I'm gonna go think about that for ten hours. And then all my friends about it and you feel so much better and like it's so interesting. How like yeah. You feel the sense of kind of accomplishment. And as it's not debatable. Like granville accomplish and now ago do a job for six hours right. It's like we're -ccomplish. We're actually just gonna call it for your whole system just like and that's it.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

02:32 min | 10 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"We wanted to read literally every every single one. Yeah very here. So revolt it. It's wonderful yeah. I read the whole thing. Two days harshly. Because victoria takes longer to read things he gets. I i hope wes anderson added a young child thought to themselves. Study what he learned the word aesthetic. You might historical fiction. And i liked dragon..

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

05:30 min | 11 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"We wanted to read literally every every single one. Yeah very so it's wonderful. Yeah i read the whole thing. Two days harshly because victoria takes longer to read things. I i hope wes anderson as a young child thought to themselves study. He learns the word static. You might historical fiction dragon. Welcome.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

04:32 min | 11 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"I'm going to do this now. Like oh yeah that's good. I'm like awesome. Thank you for that approbation. But i also i when i did retake it when i got excited. 'cause you're like rocks nine when i retook it my second highest wasn't i in this also like a very very fun to barack obama. Put tyrod more. Maybe to hit like ms like his work ethic not work just like his. What is the wearing. Translate like his drive makes sense to me. In a way that it's kind of like teams more all over the place Like it's less structured but it is still nine of head in the same place whereas i was like. Yeah like michelle. Like did seem like she. Now let's one track like sheep full kind of just like from the beginning like she was like. This is the path that i'm supposed to tainting. Moore's no instead of just kind of I think. I related to later like later when she would just kind of like switched jobs a lot and i was alternate as i was like that i get that was like i am almost always ready to try a new job. It's something amazing decisive. I think multiple things are interesting. I just want to try my hand at a few things like like doing things like running away just like media hold like basically just kind of like be a in for a second and then but then also michelle meetings like the order the structure thing. I was like both of you. I understand your yeah like i. It's interesting looking at the pair of them. Because i mean brock is much more chaotic. But he but he's also. He has a sense of confidence and belief in his ideals in himself in what he's doing his goals in other people That is what it seems to drive him in seems to like he backs it up with a lot of reading hard work but it seems like the belief and confidence are a lot of what gets him in the door whereas with michelle. She makes very clear like you know. I worked my ass off for this like. She's very practical. She's very like what is immediately in front of me that i can do and like puts in the hours and is very very focused and driven on a particular thing and doesn't have as much faith in other people she's like. I gotta do this myself. And that was kind of the main difference between them both very successful people. But yeah so i yeah i like reading the whole section. I was just like this is giving me excellent insight. Into victoria's mind. I was like this is victoria break. I don't know has moments where she's like when you care so much about what other people think you you blah blah blah and mike. Every she says it. I'm like i know we do care too much. It's not helpful often like knitting too and he talked moving to that like that. School in the west side is like what is now. Yeah and she got her first be or something and had like a small identity crisis like that's kind of part of michelle obama's power. In a way is. I feel like she somehow manages to bring together like her life. Experiences are really relatable to lake a very wide variety of human beings..

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

04:06 min | 11 months ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"And victoria. We are two roommates and friends in high school who read a book and tackle each episode. This episode we're talking about becoming by michelle obama and if you haven't read the book already we totally recommend you do it in this one. I said we're not going to be able to completely do the book justice and talk about All the great stories and and notes from michelle obama's life impersonal lots So we recommend you read it. And i don't really know what there is a spoiled because sonata biography. About someone's life. Who still life. So there are no spoilers. Yeah spoiler. I don't know yet. This whole this whole podcasts boiler. I guess just like guess. What obama became president. Yeah there's a few times in the book where she's like. This won't come as a surprise to anyone but obama did not leave his political career. And it's like makes you kind of chuckle. You're like he who doesn't know that. Yeah anyway we are also joined today by the lovely simone stevens.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

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"victoria" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on True Consequences

"The oracle look deeper true consequences as a true crime and mystery podcast with stories based in New Mexico and the American desert Southwest. I'm your host Eric Carter bondini. Hey everybody, welcome back to season 3 of true consequences. This is episode 1 the tragic murder of Victoria Martens this episode contains graphic content including descriptions of domestic violence sexual abuse and child abuse listener.

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"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"So I spent a lot of time alone as a kid in elementary school. I was very much a bookworm, you know books are kind of keep me company and then Middle School, I got really into computers and Tech as a stereotypical so Silicon Valley kid, and yeah, I was very very nerdy in middle school. I would have known no Middle School Sherilyn I got along great. Oh man. Yeah, and then yeah, I think in high school, I you know, wow. Kind of came out of my home body self and started to become more social. But yeah, I think definitely in my formative years. I spent a lot of time alone a lot of time in my life ahead with my own thoughts. So yeah, so I think that's kind of where my introverted nature was developed. Hm. Yeah. Yeah, I I feel like Victoria and I talked about this all the time because our immediate and extended family Dynamics are so different jobs and like I always find it so fascinating because it really wasn't until I like went to college and I think in part being better friends with Victoria cuz I was high school where I realized how weird my family was cuz I grew up in like the most introverted family on the face of the Earth life just like it was assumed that you wouldn't want to do things that you were tired that you didn't want to talk to people like that was kind of the basic assumption was like No, they're probably going to say no and then it's a pleasant surprise if they say yes and like family conversations usually revolved around our areas of expertise rather than around like social gossip or like personal feelings or whatever. You know what I mean? It was very much like what we were learning in school and our parents would get excited about it over the dinner table, but like in terms of family Rules like we were totally allowed to walk our doors my brother and I would be alone for like most of the weekend cuz that was how we had the most fun and like we had a very quiet house and Everyone likes to do sort of solo activities and even when we would come together, we would like watch a movie together or do something that didn't really involve a lot of Talking Dead. And then anytime we would go on vacation or do anything with the family. It's like to this day always assumed that you are allowed to say no, you're allowed to opt out of family activities. Like that is the Baseline assumption like they're you know, people might be sad if you don't want to but it's always understood like oh, yeah, of course, they they can't handle that today. They had two birds. I was like, okay, I'm nineteen years old now. I think I can tell my family. I don't want to do with the family outing. We were like every weekend not every week most weekends that we would like do something that was used to be my feet as a kid, but once we got going I really I guess it was fun. I guess. I'm sure I would have opted out more often if our family Dynamic. Yeah, and I talked about it in like autism-related podcast where like it was like the ideal sort of home. Fireman for an autistic kid because it like all you know, it was usually cold and dark in our house. I like it's been all the time. I wanted a loan and like having a really passionate special interest in wanting to read all about it was like totally fine and I could opt out of anything that made me uncomfortable and.

Middle School Victoria
"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"Receive way too many ads for like me and he's dead. So in February, I got a cute like they had like these Valentine ones that they had talked was on in my thought they were adorable. So I got a pair just to try and like the first ones you get like I like the the bra got with it didn't really work and they gave me all my money back looks like that's awesome. That's so nice. I like them and then I got a new job recently. So my congratulations to myself when I got my first job was to buy underwear. I don't know maybe I'm living in to a twenty-five-year-old. Like I'm going to be working from home. I'm going to be comfortable in my underwear every day. So I just got repairs and one that's exactly right. They gave me yesterday. Yeah, but I'm obsessed them and it's like also one of those things where it's like dead. It's expensive. But I'm also I wear them every day. I feel like I can justify this. Yeah, they just released all their Halloween prints and like do order and I'm like, okay, I need a control myself a little but I'm also while I'm thinking about the mail that you received yesterday. Victoria is mail-in ballot came in the mail here. Please go vote and doing mail-in ballot. Like please do it as early as possible your vote gets counted. If you're in Chicago, they brought job boxes. That'll be opening October 14th across the city a bunch of the early voting locations. If you don't feel like interesting it to the USPS, but if you send it in early enough, you should have no problems. Also Chicago Elections office has a Tracker so you can see when your phone is received and when it's counted which is really cool. So yeah, it's also going to be doing soon is sitting down and figuring out I'm actually kind of excited to do mail and I've dead Always done in person and like is usually the night before I'm like reading on.

Victoria Chicago
"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"If they were life changes, situational changes or birth control in the mix and I think it can be things again. I'm not I didn't do like intensive study I myself that with some of control. There's no Victoria that didn't go through the birth control experience to compare myself with, but. I did feel one. In this book was the author saying how she's like. A ton of research behind this, but in myself I felt less interested in music, which is interesting, because interest in music is tied to our sex drive when you're on a hormone over control your sex drive squashed, because you're not going to your normal cycle, and she's like hug. That's interesting. When I went off the grid control I was super into music again at making playlists in listening to a lot and. I. That was the first time in this book that was like Oh my gosh. Maybe my birth control benefactor, my interests in moods, because I've been a musician for the majority of my life and loved music in hindsight I can notice that like the last ounce I really grabbed onto. This is my music. I love. It was right around the time I, started birth control shot, and then even like in the past year been founded like I just I'm just podcast now like I'm focusing more on like. Gaining through reading and I do enjoy music. I have my outlets where I have them, and so I'm curious to see if my interest music expects a gun, or if it was truly just like I had a shift in life. Also, totally skewing and you've my. Normalcy I went through a really big break up like right around the time I started birth control, so it's very hard to tell what things were like. Mood altering because of hormones, because of like serious like relational in life changes, and that's the thing that's so hard to track I feel like when you start going on birth control or when you stopped going on birth control. There's always a reason behind. It tends to be like a very big situational thing in your life, so for example I had gone up birth control just for. For a short period of time after a break again, so it's like something that helps your life. There's like a Lotta naturally but I noticed during those I think it was only like two months, maybe only a month off birth control, but I had a lot more energy I felt more animated. I felt like I was just getting all. That was a lot more emotional like. Going outside I was like more sad bill a good way like when I was happy just got was static, and I was just like Oh like is through break-up, offsetting more time with friends and leaving a more like lifestyle cater to me what I want and it was really hard to tell like what was me going off birth control. What was just me going through a big change my life?.

Victoria
"victoria" Discussed on Hope for the Introvert

Hope for the Introvert

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"victoria" Discussed on Hope for the Introvert

"People are passionate about things. People may be good at things but they have to take the they have to build the foundation. And there's a lot of discipline involved in terms of finding that time outside of your normal work time to be able to build. These things are to do these side. Hustles I guess is the more popular term now. Initially and maybe those grow into something right and and if you do it for a little while and after a few months he realized you know what? I really love the security of my job. Well it's okay then you just state your job but more most likely you will realize that on you but you're gonNA feel it. It's going to be put on like an intuition feeling that I am on the right path. I am doing what I was meant to be doing. And then after take off the building foundation after doing everything that you need to prepare in both financially and logistically you will be able to step into the life of often entrepreneur. Not Everybody wants it. Not Everybody can do it until you try. You know it. Sounds like why is council? Thanks Victoria's has been really fun conversation and I love your passion and also the ability to couple that disciplined with that passion. I think that's a really key part of this so I'm really looking forward to our next segment where we're GONNA talk about public speaking in introverts which many people think that makes absolutely no sense. But let's see how that goes. It'll be fun segment. Thank you so much.

Victoria