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You'll never view spellers in the bee asking questions the same way again after you learn about the schwa from Brian Sietsema, an associate pronouncer for the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Transcript: https://grammar-girl.simplecast.com/episodes| Subscribe to the newsletter for regular updates.| Watch my LinkedIn Learning writing course.| Peeve Wars card game. | Grammar Girl books. | HOST: Mignon Fogarty| VOICEMAIL: 833-214-GIRL (833-214-4475)| Grammar Girl is part of the Quick and Dirty Tips podcast network.| Theme music by Catherine Rannus at beautifulmusic.co.uk.| Links:https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcastshttps://www.tiktok.com/@therealgrammargirlhttp://twitter.com/grammargirlhttp://facebook.com/grammargirlhttp://instagram.com/thegrammargirlhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/grammar-girl
A Philadelphia family is suing TikTok after their 10-year-old daughter dies trying a video challenge posted on the social media site. The challenge, called the 'blackout challenge," encourages users to asphyxiate themselves, pass out and regain consciousness, while on camera. Nylah Anderson was found unconscious in her mom's bedroom closet hung from a purse strap. Tawainna Anderson, Nylah mother, says the video platform is negligent and has a 'defective design.' Nylah saw the challenge on the app's 'For You' page. According to the lawsuit, the company's algorithm sent the video to the 10-year-old. Last year, a 12-year-old boy died trying the same challenge. He used a shoelace to choke himself. Anderson says TikTok is aware of the dangers, but has made no efforts to change. Joining Nancy Grace Today: Jeffrey Goodman - Victim's Family Attorney, Partner, Saltz Mongeluzzi & Bendesky, P.C. (Philadelphia, PA), MakeSocialMediasafe.com Dr. Jorey Krawczyn - Psychologist (Panama City Beach, FL), Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: "Operation S.O.S. - Practical Recommendations to Help “Stop Officer Suicide”, bw-institute.com Glenn Bard - Former Pennsylvania State Trooper First Class (Greensburg, PA), Computer Crime Investigations, U.S. Veteran of Operation Desert Storm, PATCtech Digital Forensics, PATCTech.com Dr. Michelle DuPre - Former Forensic Pathologist, Medical Examiner and Detective: Lexington County Sheriff's Department, Author: "Homicide Investigation Field Guide" & "Investigating Child Abuse Field Guide", Forensic Consultant, DMichelleDupreMD.com Titania Jordan - Chief Parent Officer, Bark Parental Controls, Author: "Parenting In A Tech World", www.Bark.us, Instagram/Twitter: @TitaniaJordan, Dave Mack - Crime Online Investigative Reporter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I'll be honest...I don't love the term "accidental" leader...but I know I've felt that way many times in my social selling business. So many of us come from different professions...and while leadership is an aspect of every business...we never really saw ourselves as the entrepreneurial LEADER type...and yet... here we are! Shea and I sat down and chatted all about this and how you can strengthen your business and grow into that leader you have the ability to be! From producing network television to navigating her role as a mom of 2, Shea Smith built her direct sales business to withstand ever changing seasons of life. Obsessed with systems that simplify life and business, Shea helps female entrepreneurs build sustainable, rewarding businesses that fit around their schedule so they can spend more time living a life they love. You're going to love her! xx, michelle You can find Shea here: thesheasmith.com IG: @thesheasmith email@example.com Free webinar- How to build a consistent business in an inconsistent time: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/621e701ce4da3a4464c2fb29 ________________________ SAVE $10 ON GUT HEALTH: https://modere.co/3CNEtRW FREE MASTERING YOUR NICHE MASTERCLASS is LIVE: bit.ly/MYNBLUEPRINT (all caps) LIQUID COLLAGEN Save $10 here > > bit.ly/LIQUIDCOLLAGEN10 WHAT'S SOCIAL RETAIL? START HERE > > > SOCIAL RETAIL vs MLM - is there really a difference? The video you can't unsee > https://bit.ly/socialretailvideo ARE YOU SUBSCRIBED TO THE EMAIL LIST? If not...go get on it NOW! https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com/subscribe AND...when you subscribe...you'll get my FREEBIE to understanding who your dream client is! HAVE QUESTIONS? email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM me on IG HAVE YOU JOINED THE FB COMMUNITY? GIRL...if you're loving the podcast, then go over and meet your fellow unicorns in the FB group. https://bit.ly/SOCIALSELLINGFEMALEENTREPRENEURS INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/itsmemichellecastro/ CONTACT ME: growthagainstthegrain.com/contact WEBSITE: https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com
TGIF! Today on the podcast, Ella and Brigitte recall the highs and lows of their first Drag Con adventure. Our Woo Girls have safely returned to Hotlanta. In this episode, the two queens discuss the looks, parties and experience of Drag Con and give us the tea on which queens were nice, and which were naughty. Good Judys Brigitte and Ellasaurus present Woo Girl!, an intimate series of convos with some of our most favorite judys. These weekly mini-episodes will be full of embarrassing stories, heartwarming memories, and gag-worthy gabs with the world's finest woo girls, guys, and thems and theys! Good Judy is a podcast about queer art, news and pop culture hosted by two Atlanta queens, Ellasaurus Rex (@queen_ellarex) and Brigitte Bidet (@brigittebidet). Tune in every Tuesday with Brigitte and Ella as they discuss the latest news, chat with very special guests, and crown a Good Judy and Bad Judy of the week. Good Judy is part of the WUSSY Podcast Network, hosted by WUSSY Mag (@wussymag) Produced by Jon Dean @jondeanphoto Podcast Art created by Nick Sheridan @glass.knuckles Podcast Music by DJ Helix @1djhelix Donate to our Patreon Page! http://www.patreon.com/goodjudypod Follow Good Judy Podcast on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/goodjudypod/ Follow Good Judy Podcast on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/goodjudypod
@temporalhiccup and @auzumel bring on Kieron Gillen @kierongillen - comics writer and game designer Show Notes: 00:01:24 - Sherri's Games Played and Spotlight - The Sprawl 00:11:08 - Kerion's Games Played and Spotlight - Girl Underground 00:22:22 - Rae's Games Played and Spotlight - Balikbayan Second Segment 00:30:56 - Kieron discusses the inspiration, design, and philosophical underpinnings of DIE; The Roleplaying Game, on Kickstarter now Giving Me Life 00:48:15 - Sherri enjoys online reactions to news about the upcoming game The Twilight Throne 00:50:17 - Kieron delights in the return of the show Derry Girls 00:52:21 - Rae joyfully recalls Big Bad Online Games and resources discussed in this episode: The Sprawl http://www.ardens.org/games/the-sprawl/ On DriveThruRPG (NOON edition): https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/184711/The-Sprawl----NOON On DriveThruRPG (MIDNIGHT edition): https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/171286/The-Sprawl----MIDNIGHT Girl Underground https://girlunderground.org/ Balikbayan https://temporalhiccup.itch.io/balikbayan The Greatest Gamer https://kierongillen.itch.io/the-greatest-gamer DIE (the comic book) https://diecomic.com/ DIE: The Roleplaying Game on Kickstarter through Friday, June 10 https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gshowitt/die-the-roleplaying-game The Twilight Throne https://temporalhiccup.itch.io/the-twilight-throne Big Bad Con https://www.bigbadcon.com/ Big Bad Online 2022 YouTube videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLY22glPJVwSLoU8rMdYmT6Z-edBV9WIau The Gauntlet Links: The Gauntlet website https://gauntlet-rpg.com/ @GauntletRPG on Twitter https://twitter.com/GauntletRPG The Gauntlet Forums https://forums.gauntlet-rpg.com/ The Gauntlet on Patreon https://patreon.com/gauntlet
On Wednesday 1st October 1947, at 10:30pm, the body of Renee was found in Regent's Park, three miles east. She had been gagged, strangled and beaten. What she was doing there? Nobody knows.But it was entirely out of character for a girl who rarely stayed out late and never walked in dark parks with strangers. And yet, she was found right there, and the last five hours of her life are unknown.So, what happened to Renee? What was she doing in Regent's Park after dark? Who did she meet and why? And what does this street and the location of her uncles' off-license on St Ervan's Road have to do with her death?Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michael J Buchanan-Dunne of Murder Mile Walks with the main musical themes written and performed by Erik Stein and Jon Boux of Cult With No Name with additional music, as used under the Creative Commons License 4.0 (Attribution) via Free Music Archive and YouTube Music. A full listing of tracks used and a full transcript for each episode is listed here and a legal disclaimer.FOLLOW US HERE:FacebookTwitterInstagramMurder Mile Discussion GroupYoutubeLink to Murder Mile MugsLink to YouTube Channel Link to Live Show Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, Alyson talks about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' personal assistant, Kathy McKeon, and shares some stories from her book about her time with the Kennedy family. Purchase “Jackie's Girl: My Life with the Kennedy Family” by Kathy McKeon: https://amzn.to/3lj3EoS Sign up for our newsletter: www.kennedydynasty.com/newsletter Shop New Merch: www.kennedydynasty.com/shop Recommendations: www.kennedydynasty.com/recommendations Instagram: www.instagram.com/kennedydynasty Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kennedydynastypodcast Patreon: www.patreon.com/kennedydynasty Website: www.kennedydynasty.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What if finding clarity and the "next step" was easier than we make it. What if we're getting in our own way, over complicating and maybe we're misunderstanding God through it. Today, my friend, Cleere Reaves from Cleerely Stated, and I sit down and chat through how what we believe about God determines the ease in which we make decisions, choose the next step and find clarity/direction. This is for you if you feel "stuck" or have some type of transition coming your way!
Hörspiel nach dem gleichnamigen Roman von Ivy Pochoda. Teil Eins: Ein nackter Mann joggt in der morgendlichen Rushhour die Freeways von LA entlang, eskortiert von Polizeiautos und einem Hubschrauber. Ein Anwalt steigt aus seinem Auto und rennt ihm hinterher. Er tut dies reflexhaft, ohne lange zu überlegen. In der Schlange der Zeugen sitzt ein, soeben aus dem Gefängnis entlassener, jugendlicher Kleinkrimineller in geklautem Fahrzeug und schwitzt Blut und Wasser. Soweit die filmreife Eröffnungsszene. „Wonder Valley“ ist eine Geschichte über Outlaws und Sinnsuchende: da ist die junge Frau, die sich in eine Aussteiger-Farm in der Wüste flüchtet, der Familienvater, der in seinem Luxus-Leben keine Erfüllung mehr findet - sie alle geraten nacheinander ins Visier der jungen Autorin, die ein wahrhaft schonungsloses Bild der amerikanischen Gesellschaft zeichnet. Dabei spielt es keine Rolle, um es sich um den Glamour in den Vororten oder die Elendsviertel handelt – es ist die Präzision, der Blick fürs Detail, die Gnadenlosigkeit der Diktion, die diesen Roman auszeichnen. Fünf Einzelschicksale, fünf Biografien, die sich berühren, auseinanderdriften, wieder zusammenkommen, untrennbar miteinander verbunden sind. Alle auf der Flucht. Alle voller Sehnsucht. Alle auf der Suche nach dem einen Ort, an dem sie sein sollten, weil sie dort nicht hingehören, wo sie gerade sind. Ivy Pochoda, geboren 1977, geboren in Brooklyn, studierte in Harvard und war einige Zeit professionelle Squash-Spielerin. Aus dem amerikanischen Englisch von Sabine Roth und Rudolf Hermstein. Mit: Ole Lagerpusch (Tony), Emma Bading (Britt), Oscar Hoppe (James), Leon Blaschke (Owen), Tilo Werner (Patrick, Jemand 1, Typ 1), Angelika Richter (Grace), Marion Gretchen Schmitz (Stephanie), Hannah Dalmeyer (Danielle), Robert Gallinowski (Blake), Lars Rudolph (Sam), Stefan Haschke (Ren, Hatchback), Bettina Stucky (Laila), Merlin Sandmeyer (Puppet, Jemand 2, Farmer), Marek Harloff (Darrell), Eva Maria Nikolaus (Anushna, Girl 2), Eva Bühnen (Lea, Radiostimme), Levin Liam (Gideon, Typ), Gabriel Munoz Munoz (Hispano, Santiago, Laptopstimme, Jemand 3), Julian Greis (Cop 1, Cop, Officer), Lisa Hagmeister (Barfrau, Frau, Praktikantin), Konstantin Graudus (Cop Addison, Typ 2), Jara Bihler (Cassy, Girl 1), Achim Buch (Pilot, Älterer, Frau Officer). Technische Realisation: Christian Alpen und Angelika Körber. Regieassistenz: Anne Abendroth. Bearbeitung und Regie: Matthias Kapohl. Redaktion: Susanne Hoffmann. Produktion: NDR 2022. Verfügbar bis 05.05.2023. https://ndr.de/radiokunst
Hörspiel nach dem gleichnamigen Roman von Ivy Pochoda. Teil Zwei: Ein nackter Mann joggt in der morgendlichen Rushhour die Freeways von LA entlang, eskortiert von Polizeiautos und einem Hubschrauber. Ein Anwalt steigt aus seinem Auto und rennt ihm hinterher. Er tut dies reflexhaft, ohne lange zu überlegen. In der Schlange der Zeugen sitzt ein, soeben aus dem Gefängnis entlassener, jugendlicher Kleinkrimineller in geklautem Fahrzeug und schwitzt Blut und Wasser. Soweit die filmreife Eröffnungsszene. „Wonder Valley“ ist eine Geschichte über Outlaws und Sinnsuchende: da ist die junge Frau, die sich in eine Aussteiger-Farm in der Wüste flüchtet, der Familienvater, der in seinem Luxus-Leben keine Erfüllung mehr findet - sie alle geraten nacheinander ins Visier der jungen Autorin, die ein wahrhaft schonungsloses Bild der amerikanischen Gesellschaft zeichnet. Dabei spielt es keine Rolle, um es sich um den Glamour in den Vororten oder die Elendsviertel handelt – es ist die Präzision, der Blick fürs Detail, die Gnadenlosigkeit der Diktion, die diesen Roman auszeichnen. Fünf Einzelschicksale, fünf Biografien, die sich berühren, auseinanderdriften, wieder zusammenkommen, untrennbar miteinander verbunden sind. Alle auf der Flucht. Alle voller Sehnsucht. Alle auf der Suche nach dem einen Ort, an dem sie sein sollten, weil sie dort nicht hingehören, wo sie gerade sind. Ivy Pochoda, geboren 1977, geboren in Brooklyn, studierte in Harvard und war einige Zeit professionelle Squash-Spielerin. Aus dem amerikanischen Englisch von Sabine Roth und Rudolf Hermstein. Mit: Ole Lagerpusch (Tony), Emma Bading (Britt), Oscar Hoppe (James), Leon Blaschke (Owen), Tilo Werner (Patrick, Jemand 1, Typ 1), Angelika Richter (Grace), Marion Gretchen Schmitz (Stephanie), Hannah Dalmeyer (Danielle), Robert Gallinowski (Blake), Lars Rudolph (Sam), Stefan Haschke (Ren, Hatchback), Bettina Stucky (Laila), Merlin Sandmeyer (Puppet, Jemand 2, Farmer), Marek Harloff (Darrell), Eva Maria Nikolaus (Anushna, Girl 2), Eva Bühnen (Lea, Radiostimme), Levin Liam (Gideon, Typ), Gabriel Munoz Munoz (Hispano, Santiago, Laptopstimme, Jemand 3), Julian Greis (Cop 1, Cop, Officer), Lisa Hagmeister (Barfrau, Frau, Praktikantin), Konstantin Graudus (Cop Addison, Typ 2), Jara Bihler (Cassy, Girl 1), Achim Buch (Pilot, Älterer, Frau Officer). Technische Realisation: Christian Alpen und Angelika Körber. Regieassistenz: Anne Abendroth. Bearbeitung und Regie: Matthias Kapohl. Redaktion: Susanne Hoffmann. Produktion: NDR 2022. Verfügbar bis 05.05.2023. https://ndr.de/radiokunst
In this week's episode of the PR Talk Podcast, Amy speaks with Fatou B Barry, founder of AB Media Group and the PR Girl Manifesto, a nonprofit digital community of over 40,000 members on a mission to make careers in communications more accessible. She is also the co-founder of Hold the PRess, now merged with Sixth Hundred & Rising, which advocates for black voices in PR and advertising. Amy and Fatou discuss creating an inclusive platform for PR practitioners, what diversity in PR looks like today, and if PR practitioners should address diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) with their clients. For the entire write-up visit https://www.veracityagency.com/podcast/pr-industry-change/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dear friend of the pod and quilter extraordinaire Tibbi joins the pod to discuss part 2 of L. Frank Baum's seventh book in the Oz canon: 1913's "The Patchwork Girl of Oz"! Tara, EmKay and Tibbi explore the vast array of new characters introduced by Baum, give some love to the Scarecrow and the Patchwork Girl's introduction and unpack yet another trial!Show Notes:The Real Wizard of Oz: The Life and Times of L. Frank Baum by Rebecca LoncraineDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray
In this episode, Robrenna and Grace discuss:- Grace's diagnosis with Social Anxiety Disorder- How Grace felt in middle and high school- What is helpful and unhelpful in discussing mental health issues- How the church can be helpful and not harmful with mental health issuesFOLLOW ROBRENNA:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robrennaredl/
Episode 131 of The Cake Dish Podcast dives into the Keyshia Cole & Antonio Brown viral relationship, offering support to the singer instead of dragging her. We'll also cover the Yung Miami/Diddy/Gina love triangle & much more! Let's dish! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecakedish/support
Author Gale Massey discusses her short story collection, Rising and Other Stories, and her coming-of-age novel, The Girl from Blind River. After Gale curated Rising and Other Stories, she realized her stories share several themes in common: nature, water, grief, and the notion of girls taking on the world. This latter theme also runs through The Girl from Blind River. Gale discusses how learning to play poker was the spark for her first novel and why she believes The Girl from Blind River is the story she was born to write.
Daisy is brought to her breaking point as the demanding guests continue to challenge the Parsifal III crew with their incessant requests. The arrival of a new stew puts smiles on everyone's faces except for Ashley's as she's quick to claim Gary as her territory. When sparks fly between Gary and new stew Scarlett, Ashley shifts her focus to work, determined to finally get the coveted second second stew position.Below Deck Sailing Yacht S3 E12 - 'New Girl Aboard'Follow us on Instagram @marriedtorealitypodFind out more at marriedtorealitypodcast.comContact us at email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A listener calls in to test their knowledge on Bobby Bones Show Trivia…how well does she know the show? Bobby shares a list of crazy celeb facts that will make you look at celebrities completely different. The show votes on if they are wow or who cares? A listener writes in after the girl he has been dating peed the bed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we are joined by our favorite leggy ballerina & fellow Wildcat alumnus, Mrs. Kelly Moeller Rabe! Clocking in at a gorgeous 5'10", Kelly shares her journey navigating the ballet/concert dance world. Listen to this Washington native's do's and don't's in order to turn your insecurities to star qualities. Your hosts kick off the episode by chatting about networking and utilizing your summer training to better benefit you future dance career. Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe!SOCIALS:Kelly Moeller Rabe - @@kmomo7Island Moving Company - @islandmovingcompanyUs! - @insidedancepodcastID Mag - @insidedancemagAlex - @alexyonkTaylor - @tbradchoreoLA Opera's Aida - https://www.laopera.org/performances/2122-season-page/aida-2/Write to us for your chance to score some FREE Inside Dance Mag merchandise! firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
In this episode of Cupcakes & Protein Shakes Savana interviews Monica Reeves about her journey to the stage as a first time figure athlete! Follow along Monica's Journey on instagram @mlynn.r20 Follow your Host Savana SharpInstagram ➭ @savsharp_Use the code, "SAVANAS" for 10% off your purchase at Angel Competition Bikinis https://angelcompetitionbikinis.com/Need Help Designing your dream competition suit? Sign up for a Free Consultation with me your Angel Competition Bikini's Suit Specialists. We can choose your fabric, crystals, connectors, sizing and more!https://calendly.com/savana-acb--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Cupcakes & Protein Shakes Tee Shirts and Mugs https://www.bonfire.com/store/savana-sharp-fitness/--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DISCOUNTS:1st Phorm Support Link: Checkout using this link! https://tinyurl.com/savanayoutubeUse code "SAVANAS" for 10% off your purchase of waist trainers at Squeeze Me Skinnyhttps://squeezmeskinny.com/?aff=576&gclid=Cj0KCQjw_fiLBhDOARIsAF4khR3nxgqqO2y0IJBJGLtgABVbhBt2jabDQtYV1UcuSzedRCXiCJkokTQaArNCEALw_wcBUse code "SAVANA" for 10% off your purchase of competition Heels at The Shoe Fairyhttps://shoefairyofficial.com/Use code "SAVANAS" for 10% off your purchase of workout supplements at Steelfithttps://steelfitusa.com/Use code "SAVANA11" for 11% off your purchase of workout supplements at Cutler Nutritionhttps://jaycutler.com/
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Tomorrow, May 19, is Mental Health Action Day. So today on Now I've Heard Everything, a 1994 conversation with a woman whose own mental health crisis became a bestselling book, then a major potion picture. In 1967, at the age of 18, Susanna Kaysen's family had her hospitalized for treatment of depression. She was told she would be there for two weeks. She was actually there for 18 months, after being diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.. Years later Kaysen drew on her experience to write her memoir Girl, Interrupted. I met her the following year.
After a charming 911 operator mysteriously loses 2 husbands to the same so-called "natural causes" within only a few years, friends and family of the victims come together to make sure she never strikes again. This Week's Show Is Brought To You By: Just Thrive - award-winning probiotics - CODE: LOVEMURDER for 15% off https://justthrivehealth.com Audible - audiobooks and podcasts - Check out The Miranda Obsession - audible.com/themirandaobsession References: Black Widow - Marion Collins Charmed to Death (Oxygen) S1E6 - Dispatched Find LOVE MURDER online: Website: lovemurder.love Instagram: @lovemurderpod Twitter: @lovemurderpod Facebook: LoveMrdrPod TikTok: @LoveMurderPod Patreon: /LoveMurderPod Credits: Love Murder is hosted by Jessie Pray and Andie Cassette, produced by Nathaniel Whittemore and edited by Kyle Barbour-Hoffman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hélène Bonhomme, vous la connaissez peut-être comme la créatrice et dirigeante des Fabuleuses au Foyer, un site, des newsletters, une communauté autour de la question du bien-être des mères, de la prévention de l'épuisement maternel. Hélène, c'est une de mes belles rencontres de ces derniers mois, dont je suis très heureuse de vous livrer aujourd'hui le témoignage. Ce qui m'a intéressée en échangeant avec elle, c'est son parcours, et la manière dont elle a su si finement utiliser sa propre expérience pour en créer des outils, des partages, qui aident autant les autres. Hélène nous parle de son amour de l'écriture, de son premier métier et de comment elle en est arrivée à l'exercer, et à le quitter aussi rapidement. Elle nous parle beaucoup de sa relation avec son mari, et du duo qu'ils forment, moteur dans ses projets avec les Fabuleuses. Elle nous parle de son ambition, du muscle de l'audace, des saisons de la construction de son entreprise, qui a démarré avec des articles écrits dans sa cuisine et cachés au fond d'un dossier de son ordinateur. Et elle nous parle aussi du foyer, celui que nous occupons toutes et tous le matin, le soir, le weekend. Hélène est d'une grande finesse et justesse dans son analyse de ce qui l'émeut, de ce qui la meut, au sens de mettre en action, et l'écouter est un délice. Je vous souhaite de vous régaler et de vous inspirer. Dans l'épisode, nous évoquons : Le livre « Mère épuisée » de Stéphanie Allénou La chanson ‘Girl on fire' de Alicia Keys https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J91ti_MpdHA La chanson ‘Juice' de Lizzo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaCrQL_8eMY ********************************************* Merci à notre partenaire Calm, l'application n°1 de bien-être mental, qui regorge d'outils pour vous aider à vous sentir bien : méditations guidées, paysages sonores, méditations pour les enfants, techniques de respiration. https://www.calm.com/equilibristes Pour vous, chères et chers Equilibristes, Calm offre une réduction de 40% sur l'abonnement Calm Premium, avec de nouveaux contenus ajoutés chaque semaine. Rendez-vous ici pour en bénéficier !
JULIAN COPE "Saint Julian" from Saint Julian 1987ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN "The Game" from Echo the Bunnymen 1987THE SILENCERS "I See Red" from A Letter to St. Paul 1987GANG OF FOUR "Why Theory?" from Solid Gold 1981THE STRANGLERS "All Roads Lead To Rome" from Feline 1982JOE JACKSON “Go For It” from Body & Soul 1984THE JAM "The Bitterest Pill” from Snap 1982SQUEEZE "In Quintessence" from East Side Story 1981SPLIT ENZ "I Don't Wanna Dance" from Waiata 1981NICK HEYWARD "When It Started to Begin" from North of a Miracle 1983TALK TALK "Such A Shame" from It's My Life 1984RE-FLEX “Sensitive” from The Politics of Dancing 1983COCTEAU TWINS "Garlands" from Garlands 1983THE OPPOSITION "A Day in the Future" from Intimacy 1982A CERTAIN RATIO "Your Blue Eyes" from Single 1989ENGLISH BEAT "Too Nice To Talk To" from What Is Beat? 1983MADNESS "Tomorrow's Just Another Day" from The Rise & Fall 1982GLEAMING SPIRES "Big Surprise" from Walk on Well Lighted Streets 1983SPARKS "I Predict" from Angst In My Pants 1982MI-SEX “Falling In & Out” from Shanghaied 1981THE REVILLOS "Rev Up" from Sixteen Candles Soundtrack 1983THE CRAMPS "What's Inside a Girl?" from A Date with Elvis 1986THE GUN CLUB "Sex Beat" from Fire of Love 1981THE SLICKEE BOYS "Here To Stay" from Single 1982NINE NINE NINE "Obsessed" from Concrete 1981JAMES “Are You Ready” from Strip-Mine 1988THE JACK RUBIES "Be With You" from Fascinatin' Vacation 1988EASTERHOUSE "Whistling in the Dark" from Contenders 1986THAT PETROL EMOTION "Sooner Or Later" from End Of The Millennium Psychosis Blues 1988
I SWEAR TO GOD I have never had an episode get fucked up in so many discrete ways. It's cool though we got through it. Spencer, Ty, and Andy are joined by Girl God comedians and trans demons April Clark (@autogynefiles) and Grace Freud (@GraceGFreud) to talk about history's most disgusting and ungodly show. Check out Girl God's website at http://girlgodshow.com to buy tickets and find tour dates! Reproductive Health Resources: - www.doctorswithoutborders.org/latest/how…d-abortion - reproaction.org/campaign/self-managed-abortion/ - www.vice.com/en/article/884m9x/…bortion-with-pills - fourteeneastmag.com/index.php/2018/…ane-collective/ - aidaccess.org/ - scalawagmagazine.org/2022/01/aborti…-in-the-south/ - twitter.com/swodinsky/status/15…w_XzyqnsajEJkw&s=19 Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/tgofv. A big shout-out to our $10/month patrons: Celeste, James, Dean, Chris Denmark, Luke Eakin, Travis, Baylor Thornton, Dane Stephen, StubBuhDubb, Loosieferian, Revidicism, Kilo, Adam W, Alexa Frank, David Gebhardt, Dane Stephen, and Firebirb42069. Theme and ending songs are by Rose With Teeth aka Angie (@gnostiquette). Support them here: rosewithteeth.bandcamp.com/. Watch Andy's streams at www.twitch.tv/anonkaiju.
If your like me then you have experienced that feeling of emptiness like your not truly living your purpose yet your not even fully sure what that even means. Yes I have been there too. But guess what so has by amazing guest Kate House of Live By Design Podcast. Kate takes us on a journey on what it was like to have a quarter life crisis. Sometimes in life we have set backs things don't go as planned. The keys is to make your setback a comeback. Join in the conversation as Kate shares her tips on how finding support from those closes to us, the value in finding your own community, and always trust your heart. Just like Kate says you can do hard things. You can even do really scary things. Everyday is not a good day. From working 8 or 12 hour shifts, building a business or hustling on the side. You need a break. Join me for Wednesday night cap. This is a once a month community designed for you to hit reset and realign with your goals. Girl you deserve to create an oasis of space just for you. Join this free community here https://beautifully-unbalanced.com/services/ Want to connect with Kate then click here:https://www.instagram.com/mskatehouse/https://mskatehouse.com/Support the show
Today on the 4&3 Podcast, Faithwire's Dan Andros breaks down today's top stories along with Tré Goins-Phillips.Congress Wants Answers on UFOsGirl Abducted at NBA GameLatest Disney MadnessDan Andros, Tré Goins-Philips and Billy Hallowell from CBN's Faithwire get your day started with four of the most important stories and three things you need to know about them.
It's been more than a decade since a 17-year-old New York girl disappears during a spontaneous Spring Break trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Now the family of Brittanee Drexel can bring her home. Many theories surfaced on what happened to Drexel, including an allegation that her body had been fed to alligators. Drexel was last seen on video after she walked out the Bar Harbor hotel near downtown. She texted her boyfriend that she was returning to her hotel and was never seen again. Now, Sheriff Carter Weaver of the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office has announced that Drexel's remains have been recovered and a suspect is behind bars for her 2009 murder. Convicted sex offender Raymond Moody, 62, is facing murder and related charges. Joining Nancy Grace Today: Dawn Drexel - Victim's Mother Jarrett Ferentino - Pennsylvania Attorney/Homicide Prosecutor, Attorney to Dawn Drexel Angela Arnold - Psychiatrist, Atlanta GA www.angelaarnoldmd.com, Expert in the Treatment of Pregnant/Postpartum Women, Former Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology: Emory University, Former Medical Director of The Psychiatric Ob-Gyn Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital Sheryl McCollum - Forensic Expert & Cold Case Investigative Research Institute Founder, ColdCaseCrimes.org, Twitter: @ColdCaseTips Dr. Michelle DuPre - Former Forensic Pathologist, Medical Examiner and Detective: Lexington County Sheriff's Department, Author: "Homicide Investigation Field Guide" & "Investigating Child Abuse Field Guide", Forensic Consultant DMichelleDupreMD.com Nicole Boone - Special Events Anchor, WBTW (Myrtle Beach), Host and Producer: "Conversations with Nicole" podcast, www.wbtw.com, Facebook.com/Conversations.Nicole.Boone, Instagram: @nicoletvnews, Twitter: @WBTW_NicoleB, Youtube: "Conversations with Nicole" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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It was so fun to chat with another super lean balloon business owner. Kelsey has so much to share about how she left corporate for balloons, how she provides customer service, her booking process, and yes, we even talk about her infamous TikTok moment in this episode! She's always sharing such helpful tips on Instagram and this conversation was no different. TIMESTAMPS: 06:20 - what Kelsey's employee helps with 10:35 - making pricing & time decisions 13:56 - her abundance mindset 21:46 - pumpkin clients 27:12 - booking process 33:59 - her TikTok moment 41:19 - what's next RESOURCES MENTIONED: BalloonCoach.com Havin' A Party Wholesale That Balloon Girl on Instagram ____________________________ The LASER Focused Solopreneur Support the show / join the book club planner | courses | templates @thebrightballoon
If you've ever struggled with imposter syndrome, this episode is for you! Shanna Powell (aka Endless Bike Girl) is a badass business owner, bike industry veteran, and mountain bike skills coach. She even has a Shredly bike short named after her.If ever there was a cool girl, Shanna is it. And yet, in this podcast episode she shares that she's struggled with imposter syndrome over the years. Or, the "fraud police" as she's coined it. This interview is such a good reminder to go out and live the life you want regardless of whether or not you think you're good enough. Full Show Notes: https://femmecyclist.com/shanna-powell-interview/Connect With ShannaInstagram: @endlessbikegirl and @endlessbikecoEndless Bike Girl MTB Skills: endlessbikegirlmtbskills.comEndless Bike Co: endlessbikes.comSupport the show
Episode #208 begins with Matt's TED Talk about how the word “Mahalo” is used in Hawaii, then they get into the strange news. This week they talk about the conspiracy theory that Joe Biden has been replaced by Jim Carey and the tale of the mythical Glue Girl Odd News Stories Forbes.com – Jim Carrey […] The post Episode #208 – President Jim Carey and Glue Girl first appeared on Odd and Offbeat Podcast.
Did you catch the emphasis on YOU in that title? IPA (income producing activity) is awesome...but it needs to be tailored to YOU, your goals, your desires, your time, AND YOUR STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES! Have you ever felt overwhelmed when IPA is mentioned? Have you ever been a little frustrated because the IPA that your team recommended just didn't seem to gel with you? Ya! I get it. If that's you... then you're going to LOVE today's episode!! I'd love to hear your thoughts afterwards...feel free to message me on IG - @itsmemichellecastro xx, michelle ________________________ DISCOVER YOUR IPA: https://bit.ly/discoveryourIPA SAVE $10 ON GUT HEALTH: https://modere.co/3CNEtRW FREE MASTERING YOUR NICHE MASTERCLASS is LIVE: bit.ly/MYNBLUEPRINT (all caps) LIQUID COLLAGEN Save $10 here > > bit.ly/LIQUIDCOLLAGEN10 WHAT'S SOCIAL RETAIL? START HERE > > > SOCIAL RETAIL vs MLM - is there really a difference? The video you can't unsee > https://bit.ly/socialretailvideo ARE YOU SUBSCRIBED TO THE EMAIL LIST? If not...go get on it NOW! https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com/subscribe AND...when you subscribe...you'll get my FREEBIE to understanding who your dream client is! HAVE QUESTIONS? email me at email@example.com or DM me on IG HAVE YOU JOINED THE FB COMMUNITY? GIRL...if you're loving the podcast, then go over and meet your fellow unicorns in the FB group. https://bit.ly/SOCIALSELLINGFEMALEENTREPRENEURS INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/itsmemichellecastro/ CONTACT ME: growthagainstthegrain.com/contact WEBSITE: https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com
Musical May continues with Andrew and Allison discussing the highly requested musical: Heathers! Would it be better than the Riverdale Heathers Musical episode? We'll never know! Our Gleek this week is Glee Project Winner and Glee Club Star: Damian McGinty! Damian shares some stories about being Rory and answers a question from an old friend (and a previous Gleek!). Songs this episode include Ricky Martin's dance moves, P!nk, and Tina losing her virginity. ---- SUPPORT US ON PATREON FOR EXCLUSIVE CONTENT: https://www.patreon.com/gleekoftheweekpod FOLLOW GLEEK OF THE WEEK: https://www.instagram.com/gleekoftheweekpod https://www.tiktok.com/@gleekoftheweekpod https://twitter.com/GOTWpod FOLLOW ALLISON: https://www.instagram.com/allisondodge FOLLOW ANDREW: https://www.instagram.com/mcgui_guy FOLLOW DAMIAN: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Ever heard of "comparisonitis"? It's simple really: you are someone who compares yourself to someone else. You (knowingly or unknowingly) look outside yourself for ideas or validation. GIRL, we all have! We all fall trap to comparisonitis at some point in our lives. But you're just confirming your own fears when you're busy comparing yourself. If you're still stuck in it, let me help get you out.
Join the Premium Edition, its on the cheap cheap! Episode 167 is here and with it comes the final match up of the most annoying celebrity alive bracket which means the whole crew hops on. Who will win? Cardi B or the Island Boys? Before the match up Chris drops an opening item about what two people you would like to see fight. Jason has a 3 blanked Florida man can anyone guess all 3? Speaking of Brackets did the guys already choose their next bracket? What will it be? A premium subscriber note left for Kev leads to an impromptu dad tip. Jose tells the boys where they fucked up and Chris drops an publicly embarrassing would you rather. Chase wraps it up with a correct me if I'm wrong can anyone get it right? Also be on the look out for the upcoming cup to cup true faux crime special “The Girl in the Frozen Lake”. Chase's Favorite Moments - 2:02-2:32 speaking of transitions Jose was once straight 6:10-6:40 Jose thinks being 5'6” makes you disabled 42:20-42:55 guys want to pay the island boys to send Chase a Cameo 50:00-50:30 the return of Kevin's baby bitch mouth 52:25-52:55 guys give Chris shit about his chips and he doesn't disappoint 98:30-99:00 Jason is an Emmy award winning producer for girl in the frozen lake 103:55-104:35 Jason “walks” Elon Musk farting the whole time because bad beans CuptoCupLife.com Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube Email the podcast if you want to be a guest or sponsor an episode!
Intro: David Schwimmer, Zazie Beetz, Grace Gummer, and Joe Sikora teach us about sexual harassment, Let Me Run This By You: I think a ghost is peeing in my basement. Fulling mills, alcoholics, Johnny Depp, Britney Spears.FULL TRANSCRIPT (unedited):2 (10s):And I'm Gina Pulice.1 (11s):We went to theater school together. We survived it, but we didn't quite understand it.2 (15s):20 years later, we're digging deep talking to our guests about their experiences and trying to make sense of it all.1 (21s):We survived theater school and you will too. Are we famous yet?2 (39s):Hello? Hello. Hello survivors. This is Gina reporting to you on a beautiful spring day. I hope it is a beautiful spring day wherever you are, or if it's not, I hope it will be very soon. We are guests lists in this episode today, as I reported to a couple of weeks ago should happens. We had recorded a great episode with a lovely person and just their audio didn't record at all. You know, just one of those things like internet gremlins, bloody body boss. So we're going to re up with him at some point, but we do have coming down the pike, a few really great episodes, including Glen Davis, the director of Steppenwolf theater company and Trammel Tillman, the actor who plays Mr.2 (1m 28s):Mel chick and severance. And if you listen to this podcast, do you know how much I love severance? I'm really, really excited about that one also Sumia Taka Shima. So we've got some really fantastic interviews lined up. I hope you will be tuning in and the upcoming weeks. And just another note to say, thank you so much for your ongoing support and listenership. We really love doing this podcast. Love making it for you. So we love that you enjoy listening to it. And if you haven't already, you should check out our website, undeniable writers.com and our social media.2 (2m 14s):We're on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Do you think we should get off of Facebook? Well, do you think we should get on Facebook? Do you think we should get off Twitter? See, I really want to make the great break. I want to get away from social media, but I feel I'm trapped now. You know, because professionally and personally, it's a great way to connect with a lot of people that I otherwise wouldn't be able to connect with, but it's, it's just this equal parts, terrible and wonderful creation, and we're all completely addicted to it. So, you know, who knows what's who knows how this is gonna work out for us?2 (2m 55s):Honestly, it could go either way. We could figure out a way to manage this problem and get on top of it and figure out a way to have enjoyment, but not addiction to social media. Or we could all find ourselves waking up in the middle of a Handmaid's tale. I mean, we are kind of headed that way. It's really looking like people want us to live in Gilliad. And for whatever reason, I just don't feel like people who don't want to live in Gilliad are good at making it so that we don't live in Gilead, myself included. What am I doing? I'm donating money.2 (3m 36s):I mean, fat, lot of good. That really does so, wow. This is taking a bad turn. I don't mean for it to do that. I really want to express my love and appreciation for you all and my excitement about our upcoming episodes and my wish that you connect with us on social media, that's killing us all. And I hope you enjoy today's episode, which we are entitling. I'm going to have to accept that. I will always look like Dora the Explorer at some point, please enjoy Hey, sexual harassment training.2 (4m 41s):So in order for my son to get his work permit, you know, through, you have to go through this training and it said it would take an hour. And I was thinking like, is that really gonna take an hour? It's like one full hour because it's one of these, did you ever have to do it? Yeah. You can't go to the next slide until1 (5m 2s):No, no. They make sure your ass is there for an hour. Gina.2 (5m 6s):That's right. And you know, I do have to say it is something I really miss about California. People complain about the bureaucracy and the, you know, and in this training, you know, it's infantilizing in certain ways. But like, if you have to make things accessible to all people and it's like, if it's infantilizing to you or you already know it, consider yourself lucky. Well also about the people that don't already know, it like1 (5m 37s):Gina, the, the majority of our world, especially those who harass people are in like infants who need hand-holding. So we need to infantilize them because they're fucking infants and they need this shit from the ground. Like, dude, I love it. Like, I love the fact that they won't, that they won't like fast-forward until you wash them. Because you know, these motherfuckers, the people who really need to watch it would fast forward through the whole thing and think they don't need it.2 (6m 9s):Yeah. I mean, maybe we actually need to be infantilizing. I am often accused of, You know, expecting too much from people, you know, like I just, the number of times somebody says to me, yeah. But I just don't think most people will understand that or, you know, think about it that way. Anyway, I completed it. And it was so the one you saw did it have like David Schwimmer and Zazie Beetz and Gracie Gummer I guess that was so sweet. And Joseph Cora,1 (6m 48s):Cora Joseph. I actually watched it with miles when miles, my husband had to do it for his new job. And I was like, I know all the And they must pay so much. I mean, like I either they're doing it for free or,2 (7m 4s):Oh, I assume they were doing it for free. I assumed it was like, we're doing this well. Cause it was through rain, rain made the videos. So I would assume that1 (7m 13s):People2 (7m 14s):Aren't asking rain to pay them1 (7m 16s):Like a million dollar2 (7m 18s):Scale or whatever.1 (7m 21s):No, my fee is actually 1.3 million for this sexual harassment for2 (7m 27s):Video, the second video1 (7m 28s):And tire rape video. Yeah. You're going to pay me anyway.2 (7m 33s):Hey, how are you? I love your crushed blue velvet.1 (7m 37s):Thank you. I, yeah, my, my standard thing now is like, I literally have like 10 meetings a day, which is hilarious. So a lot of it is my students getting ready to launch. So a lot of it is really motivated and highly stressed, 22 year olds that are like, ha who? And I love it. And I love meeting with them and they also are, you know, just exactly where we were the same thing of like, and in fact, a lot of them, yeah. They're ahead of where we were, because at least they know there's a fucking problem,2 (8m 18s):Right? Yeah. There, they don't necessarily have their head all the way up inside of the crevice of their ass. Like I did. Exactly. Well. That's cool. Yeah.1 (8m 29s):So I'm doing that. And like, I don't know. There was something I thought if you, I feel like I haven't talked to you in so long.2 (8m 36s):I agree. Well, I think it's because you have so many meetings. You're busy all day long. Thank goodness you have your new fancy office. How's it working?1 (8m 44s):I do. It's working great. We haven't, I'm in the focus room now because we don't have our rug yet. And our rug will mask all the sound. And also, yeah, I didn't to be in a booth. So we have these tall booths that are, are for doing this kind of thing, but the seat I'm old and the chair is not that comfortable. So I'm in the focus from, there's also a pumping room Moms. I don't go in that room, but there's a refrigerator in there. Like you can put your breast milk.2 (9m 14s):A cool,1 (9m 14s):Hilarious.2 (9m 16s):I pumped in so many disgusting places pumped at Yankee stadium. Yes. Like in the women's bathroom, take me out to the ball game or something like that. I've pumped in many bathrooms. I've pumped in while driving I've driving. Yes. It's, it's hard to be a woman. Did I tell you about Jesse Klein's book?1 (9m 45s):No.2 (9m 46s):Wait, Jesse Klein is a writer and she, she wrote her second book. First one was called. You'll grow out of it. And the second one, this one is called, I'll see myself out. She was the sh writer for inside Amy Schumer. She's now the show runner for, I love that for you, which I want to watch.1 (10m 5s):Yeah. I did not read the books and you love the first one, right? Or2 (10m 9s):I love the first one and I love the second one. The second one. She just, I mean, the thing about, cause she, she just really states a very, very, very true truth, which is that what certain women who are mothers just don't see a lot of like their experience of motherhood reflected in, in, Out there. Right. When I was pregnant with my first child, I read a book called the girlfriend's guide to having a baby. I picked this, it talked about infantilizing and finalizing only named book title, you know, from the other options because the other ones seemed, if you can believe even cornea or even worse in my lasting impression.2 (11m 1s):I mean, there was not that it was all terrible. I read that and I read a Jenny McCarthy book.1 (11m 5s):I was going to say, did you read the Jenny? That was your option.2 (11m 9s):That was my options. And my lasting impression of the girlfriend's guide book was like, it was a lot about how you were going to lose the weight after the baby. And her thing was like, this was her advice at the beginning of the week, make an enormous vegetable stew. And every time you're hungry, grab yourself a cup of this tasteless flavorless calorie list.1 (11m 40s):Oh my2 (11m 41s):God. And my ass, I did try to do it. I tried for like, cause I came home and I was like, oh, I still am six months pregnant. It looks like. So I, at that time, in my life, it was very concerned about getting back to my pre-baby weight, which never happens for most of us. And, and I basically, while I was nursing, I basically starved myself on this vegetable route. And all of this is to say, Jesse Klein says the unsayable. She speaks the taboos of like, listen, sometimes you regret being a mom. There are days where you're like, it wasn't worth it the other days where you say it was, but you're not allowed to ever feel like what gets reflected back to us as like, you know, you're so lucky.2 (12m 29s):It's a sh it's a miracle you should just forever be grateful for.1 (12m 34s):Well, the other thing that I'm noticing is, and you know, it's apropos mother's day just happened. Right? So I'm also noticing that there are, there's another school of people that are saying that our childless women are childless people, but mostly childless women that I know that are like, well, they did it to themselves. So like, I don't feel bad for them. And I don't have that feeling. I don't have kids, but I, I definitely feel like it is a choice for most people to have a kid. And I mean, if our government has its way, it will be a choice. Right. It'll be just your forest, but most people have a choice. And so, but just because you make a choice, this is my other thing.1 (13m 15s):And it's the same with like, people that, you know, talk about like people choosing to do drugs and choosing just because someone makes a choice does not mean that they are, they, they should deserve to suffer in some horrible way. If they're not happy with the choice or they've made a choice that on some days they feel like it wasn't the right choice. So I feel like to say like, oh, F mothers breeders and all that stuff. That is also for me not okay, because what it is saying is that right? Like, because you made this choice at a given point in your life, you now are like deserve any bad thing that comes from that choice.1 (13m 54s):And I don't believe, I feel three the best they can every day, whether it's a kid or whatever to get through. And so I think that's the backlash of, you know, the opposite of, of the childless movement, which is like people who choose to have children are somehow also for, I don't know.2 (14m 14s):Yeah. Well, we're all assholes. This is the point1 (14m 18s):Your essay was asshole. Just like us. So2 (14m 21s):That's like us, they are us. We are the assholes, all, every single one of us. So yeah. I, I mean, I totally understand. I see all sides of that argument. I see. I can understand why women who don't have want to have children feel, I understand why they are. They feel angry because they are made to feel like there's something wrong with them by multiple people, including therapists. And as you experienced seemingly benign comments that people think just being, I mean, do you get, do you get a lot of flack about not having kids? No.1 (14m 56s):I think I would, if my parents were alive, so I'm kind of glad they're dead on that way. And then also, because, because it would, my mom, well, the thing is that my mom, when I was taking care of her, the funny story is that she was pressuring me to have kids with miles and we had just gotten married and she was dying and it was not the right time clearly. And then towards the end, after when she was really dying, dying, and I was taking care of her and I was like, I would like boss her around because she wouldn't do what I said. I was like, mom, you cannot do this. You can not do that. Like I was so worried about her that I became a giant pain in the ass and she was like, maybe it's better. You don't have kids2 (15m 51s):For the last two years since we got actually, before we got Wallace, the dog, we had Millie the rabbit.1 (15m 59s):I2 (16m 1s):Was a sad APOC with Millie of the rabbit. My son wanted a rabbit. I said, no, my husband bought it when I was out of town. And I knew, yeah, I know I went out of town.1 (16m 16s):Well, it didn't, you do get a dog in Oakland when, when Aaron was out of town and you,2 (16m 21s):He wasn't out of town. I was just like on a walk with my friend that I came home with a dog. Yes.1 (16m 25s):And he said, and he said, something happened. And he said, did you meet bill Cosby? Yeah.2 (16m 29s):And she thought, I said, you have to come home because there's somebody I want you to meet. And all he could imagine it was that it was bill cost. Right? Yeah. Got it. Yeah. He would have been worried. So yeah. So when my son had Millie the rabbit, you know, he was learning what it means to take care of another creature. And he wasn't always that excited to take care of her. And one of the things that he did was let her free roam around certain places, which was against the rules. And one of the places that she free roamed was in our basement, which meant that she peed and pooped.2 (17m 9s):And we're, you know, years later we're still finding a little thing. Anyway, this meant that when we got Wallace, the dog and he went into the basement, he immediately peed off1 (17m 20s):All the things.2 (17m 21s):Correct. And so we stopped letting him go into the basement. I bought a case of this urine foam deodorizer shit. Cause we had rugs down there. That's in work. We threw the rugs away. We got carpet tiles. The idea like if it happens in one place we can clean or, or get rid of this one tile when I have to replace a whole rug. And that dog has not to, my knowledge has not been in the basement for at least a year. And it still smells like pee. We have steam cleaned and, and foam till the cows come up. When I tell you this is something I have dealt with every single day, since we've basically, since we've lived here, I it's no exaggeration.2 (18m 9s):And So what it is is my obsession. My obsessionality focuses on one of these things. All my energy gets put into this. When we lived in New York, it was the rats and the mice. Now it's the P So I, I approached this, like I am going to dominate the S P smell. Then my life is going to be complete. And I finally did it. I S I said, there's no more cleaning these carpet tiles. We've got to take them all up, which was very difficult to do. And we took them all up. I was so proud because I had to really face it, you know, getting down on my hands and knees.2 (18m 51s):I had to really contend with that. Smelling P is like the worst thing for me. I was so proud of myself, my two sons and I, we did all of the work. It didn't smell like pee last night for the very first time the whole family hung out in the basement because we have fun stuff to do down there. We've got a ping pong table and gymnastics equipment and workout stuff. And my daughter, and has been worked down there and I'm like, I'm going to join them. It doesn't suck to be in the basement anymore. We're having a great time. I felt like I was the, one of those prescription commercials. The montage1 (19m 27s):With the medicines like called like rejuvenate X or like Family.2 (19m 33s):I'm throwing my head back and laughing. And we're just enjoying this, having a grand old time. And I decided I'm going to move the laundry along. Cause our laundry is down there. And I pick up this thing of clean wash and stuff. I start folding. I pick up one, I smell pee.1 (19m 55s):Oh my God. Oh my God.2 (19m 57s):And I looked down and the laundry basket that it was put in was a cloth basket all around the bottom. I see it like a four inch ring of yellow around the bottom of my laundry basket. The basket. Well, here are my options for what happened. A Wallace knows how to open the door and goes downstairs to pee. When nobody's looking, it seems unlikely B he somehow gets down there when somebody forgets to close the door. But even then it seems unlikely. Cause I wouldn't. I would know if that happened with any frequency.2 (20m 40s):See, There's a ghost peeing in my Apigee1 (20m 47s):Ghost.2 (20m 48s):Migos1 (20m 49s):Unlikely,2 (20m 51s):Unlikely.1 (20m 54s):I2 (20m 54s):S I F I felt like I was going crazy. I felt last night with this issue, I thought I'll never be free from this.1 (21m 4s):You're like Plagued with the P.2 (21m 7s):And you know, the street that we live on is called fulling mill and a fulling mill is refers to a place where in the process of creating Textiles, they did something with the sh the wool and the S and it had to be cleaned with urine1 (21m 29s):Shuts your mouth this way.2 (21m 32s):Yes. Ma'am yes. Ma'am this entire area. A little clock that I live1 (21m 37s):On2 (21m 39s):Was, is named for what it was. And this one, this town was founded in the 17 hundreds, which was the place down by the water where they cleaned, wash the wool with urine, for whatever reason. Yeah. I mean, could it be that we are just dealing with 300 years Of1 (21m 60s):P well,2 (22m 1s):Hasn't seen, right.1 (22m 2s):I know I it's one of your kids pig and the baskets.2 (22m 6s):I mean, well, in this particular basket, it was around the outside of it.1 (22m 11s):No. So Sue Wallace picked up the leg. We put, what was her2 (22m 17s):Around it? Not just like in one spot,1 (22m 20s):It doesn't make any sense. So we have no answers still.2 (22m 24s):I have no answers. I threw away the laundry basket and it doesn't smell like pee down there any more. But I just, I just realized like, okay, well, this is where it's about my obsession and my intolerance, right? When we lived in New York, I was so traumatized by the rats and the mice. And I just became so deeply intolerant. And that's how it works with fears, as you know, oh,1 (22m 49s):The2 (22m 50s):More you back away from it, the worse it is. Right.1 (22m 53s):And also it's, you're like super, what was it? It was, it's not entirely, it's not intolerant. It's also unreasonable. We become totally on it is an intolerant, but it's like, we become unreasonable about our willingness not to let go of the thing. Like, I, I get it. I've been there when I am. I've been there. But like, what I'm really anointed is is that you're not telling me the answer to what happened. We don't know2 (23m 20s):Girl. I do not know. I don't know.1 (23m 24s):No.2 (23m 25s):No.1 (23m 26s):Okay. So it hasn't flooded. You've never had, so we just don't know how and no other, where there any other laundry baskets in the basement that have this problem?2 (23m 36s):No. Okay. Here's what all allow for allow for This possible, even though the dog never pees inside the house, to my knowledge, you know, I mean, he's two years old now. He really, to my knowledge, hasn't done it in at least a year. Maybe at some point, one of this basket was in my daughter's room. He sometimes sleeps in there, but, but even then I felt like I would have smelled it when I walked in the room,1 (24m 3s):I feel like he would have done it. Why around the basket, this doesn't make any sense.2 (24m 7s):It makes no sense. It makes no sense. I'm choosing to think about it. Like, yeah, there's, there's, there's the logistical practical thing of like, figuring out what happened and try not to let it happen again. But then there's the other, perhaps more important thing, which is, well, it's the, if you're going to pick this to be your thing, you know, you're always going to be vexed by it. That's what I'm, that's what I, it just didn't occur to me really until last night. Like, I'm, there's a part of this that I am doing to myself. Yes. It's P whatever, like we clean it and we move on. Right.1 (24m 42s):So, you know, it is, it is sort of, to me what the P represents in terms of, for me, it's a very, I have a dog that is a very, very bad dog. And she, what is it? What does it mean? If I have a very bad dog? What does it mean that if my dog is not civilized and behaved or doesn't give a shit about following rules, or it means that I have done something wrong and I cannot get clean. Like, it just it's, it cannot, I cannot get clean. Like that is the feeling is I can not, I can never do it. Right. I can never have a perfect dog.1 (25m 23s):And why, why other people seem to, I can't get my dog to be perfect. And it is, it becomes an obsession obsession. So like, my dog got put in timeout, you know, a daycare and like, I could not get over it. I was like, why? I was like, wait, what does this mean? Like I had a whole thing and she has not been back to daycare sentence because I'm like, I cannot risk her going. And then, then she got kennel cough, which is the real reason. And it's expensive as hell. But underneath there is this thing of like, I do not want to deal with my dog getting a bad report every time that she did something rotten and went to time out, time out, which is like five minutes alone with a person it's not even a thing, but like, it is a thing to me.1 (26m 6s):So I get it. And I also do think that it's, I have to I'm of two minds, right? Cause like I'm of the mystery, true crime mind, like I'm trying to figure out. And the, the, and the other mind is the psychological realism. Mine. That's like, no, this is about you and your need to want to be perfect, you know, and want to have a perfect basement where you can have the perfect pharmaceutical commercial.2 (26m 31s):Yes. And you know what also just drives me nuts about myself is that every time I have this moment, I have a satisfying moment like that. I can't really load into like, and so this is how it's always going to be now. I really1 (26m 49s):Believe2 (26m 50s):This is how it's supposed to be. And it's like, and I finally figured out how to do it as if any happy moment isn't just fleeting or, you know, lasts for however long it lasts. Yeah.1 (27m 0s):Right. And we're told that they, you know, like they do and that, you know, it's just like every, any time I cut my hair, I'm looking at my neck. It's always turns into Dora the Explorer hair. I cannot stop my hair for being Dora the Explorer. And it's just because it's thick. So she can, she razors it's down. She does all the things. But as soon as it starts to grow, it is Dora the Explorer hair. And I am just going to have to embrace the door or the hair or2 (27m 32s):Jumps, or1 (27m 33s):Just shaved my head.2 (27m 35s):And also, I mean, take heart because most people who are going through menopause start really losing their hair. So you're still growing loud and proud.1 (27m 45s):It's like a triangle head. I just said, yeah,2 (27m 48s):I know. I get the same thing. It's just1 (27m 50s):Thick. And like, what is happening? Oh yeah. Anyway,2 (27m 54s):How much would she charge if you just asked every couple of weeks to go back in just for a quick ride?1 (27m 57s):Sure. I could do that. I could do that. And then, but then, then I have to confront my fear of breaking the salon chair. Remember that whole fear. I have all these fears,2 (28m 6s):But you've sat in that chair and it didn't break. So1 (28m 9s):No, no, it's going to be fine.2 (28m 10s):I think you're good.1 (28m 11s):I'm going to be good. I'm going to be okay. So that's okay. So, but the other thing I have to say is like speaking of urine is I had a friend in high school who's and this is like pretty sad, but her dad was a drunk and every night he would drink and every night he would pee in the hamper because he would think it was the toilet. So he would walk to the, so this reminded me of that, of like, he was so wasted in the night, in the dark and he would get up in a drunken stupor every night. And then I was like, well, why don't you start? Like, I just, now I'm like, why didn't they move the hamper? Or first of all, why they get his ass out of, to rehab. But like, that's the Real underlying question, but like, why not move the hamper and like put a bowl or something.2 (28m 58s):That's an interesting that, that I don't know how that family responded to it. But like, but that way of thinking about it too, like, that's exactly what I would be thinking. Well, I just have to move the hamper.1 (29m 11s):That's also enable whole fucking bright.2 (29m 13s):Right, right. That is a sad story.1 (29m 17s):It happens a lot where people pee in corners and things. And I had died of a brain aneurysm later, but I had a friend who got so wasted. They literally shit in someone's houseplant. And didn't2 (29m 35s):Inside the house.1 (29m 36s):Yes. He tells, he tells a story about it and he, yeah, he shit in his, he was drunk and shit in, or maybe it was high. He was on drugs, something was wrong. And he found out later cause his friend I think told him,2 (29m 53s):Yeah. Right. It's like, Hey buddy, we gotta have a talk. I mean, I'm willing to put up with a lot, but it's shitting in my plants, shipment my ficus. That's where I got to draw the line.1 (30m 6s):All the2 (30m 6s):Things that it is likely. And by the way, I mean, I ever since writing the essay, like I can't pay any more attention to this Johnny Depp thing and whatever it does come my way. It's just sounds like it's like a bunch of fecal matter. And1 (30m 21s):Okay. So I had2 (30m 22s):None1 (30m 23s):After I read your essay, I was like, okay, let me just check it out. And I was at my friend Jesus house and she was like, you've got to listen. She had like it T vote or something. And she's like, I saved this for you to listen to, because I literally could not understand what he was saying. And I said what? She said, no, it is the most at the same time. And I, and I agree, monotonous mixed with mumble dialogue mix with circular logic, mixed with an effect mixed with pretend and mixed with benzodiazepines. I think he's on to keep him sober and like quote sober.1 (31m 4s):I literally thought, oh, this is a technique he's using to like lawless all into believing, whatever. He, it's so hard to track that the brain goes, just let it go. Like don't even2 (31m 20s):Right. Right. And he gets that privilege because, or he has traditionally because of his looks and his status. Yeah. Oh my God. I speak about looks and status. We predicted it. Brittany Spears is back on her bullshit posting nude selfies. I'm the girl is sick. The woman is sick. And I'm not saying she needs to have whatever, some draconian like guardianship, but she's, but now we know why, because she won't take her GED medicine because people like to feel manic. Right.1 (31m 51s):And also it's going2 (31m 52s):To end badly. It's going to end badly1 (31m 53s):And badly. And also the thing I, our friend on social media, Jimmy McDermott posted. Cause I posted like, you know, I want to write a pilot about this trial. And I said, but I'm going to like totally redo the costuming and the SATs. And then Jimmy mid-term had said, yeah, Johnny tap literally looks like he's the tour bus driver of the Al Capone tour in Chicago. Like he2 (32m 16s):Got, he1 (32m 17s):Does like2 (32m 18s):Three1 (32m 18s):Piece what's happening. So anyway, regardless of that, I just want to say like, don't the mumbling and the that's all for me. And this sort of smiling is so indicative of a manipulative, like person that has gotten away with so much shit. I don't care what you think of him in her. I mean, I, of course I care, but like my, my thing is always from the psychological point of view of what is coming across and what is the speaker trying to do either consciously or unconsciously. And my thing is he is trying to lull us into believing that everything's, he's saying, it's just, it's just so neither here nor there it's just so it's and I'm like, okay.1 (33m 3s):And she says, she says, dad, who, by the way, is recovering from a stroke, said, why won't this guy just shut the fuck up? What is he saying? And I said, exactly, exactly. Well, okay, well,2 (33m 18s):But, but silver lining there Jesus' dad was reading better. He's getting out amazing.1 (33m 23s):I just shut up and I was like, exactly,2 (33m 26s):Exactly, exactly. If you liked what you heard today, please give us a positive five star review and subscribe and tell your friends. I survived. Theater school is an undeniable ink production. Jen Bosworth, Ramirez and Gina plegia are the co-hosts. This episode was produced, edited and sound next by Gina for more information about this podcast or other goings on of undeniable, Inc. Please visit our firstname.lastname@example.org. 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