35 Burst results for "30 Days"

Nurse Sees More Children Die From the Vaccine Than COVID

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | Last week

Nurse Sees More Children Die From the Vaccine Than COVID

"Meanwhile, a nurse can cut one O 5 says she talks about how they're seeing more kids die of the vaccine than of COVID her words cut one O 5. My name is collet Martin. I'm an RN. I have 17 years, 12 years oncology, and the past 5 years I've been afloat resource nurse to all the different floors in the hospital. I'm extremely concerned with the IDA mandating this vaccine for our children. The reactions we were seeing in the hospital with adults are terrifying and they're being ignored. Just some examples of post vaccine reactions or blood clots. Heart attack strokes encephalopathy, heart arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation. I personally had a patient die three months after his vaccines at pericarditis, which we know is an own side effect. Diagnose 30 days after a shot, no mention to VAERS. Majority of our nurses nurse managers and some doctors do not even know what theirs is. I've spoken to our chief medicine, managers, other nurses, and why we're not reporting to VAERS, and the most common responses, what is VAERS? We have chemotherapies that we know have side effects causing blood cancers such as leukemia and ten plus years after giving the drug. We know this because we have real long-term trials on these drugs. We are not just seeing severe acute reactions with this vaccine, but we have zero idea what any long-term reactions are. Cancer is autoimmune infertility. We just don't know. Our children are not even at risk for this. As of now, we have more children that die from the COVID vaccine than of COVID itself. Most people don't even know what VAERS is, she

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NYC Lawmakers Pass Bill Giving Non-Citizens Right to Vote in Local Elections

The Trish Regan Show

02:12 min | Last month

NYC Lawmakers Pass Bill Giving Non-Citizens Right to Vote in Local Elections

"Show, and I want to start first. With this story coming to us out of New York City, non citizens have been awarded the right to vote there in New York City. 800,000 people, green card holders, dreamers, they're going to be able to vote in city elections. Now, this has already happening actually in more than a dozen places all over the country, including some parts of California and Vermont and other liberal places, but now it's come to New York City. And so the idea is, if you've been living in New York City as a resident for 30 days, you now have the right to vote in an election. The left says this is great. We're making history, but other people are including myself saying, wait a second here. What's really going on? Because just to be very, very clear. I mean, it's not like you or I can move to Mexico tomorrow. Show up there for 30 days, even if we were legally working and legally living there. And suddenly say, okay, I'm going to vote in a Mexican election. That's not allowed. Now, one of the reasons for that is because as a citizen, you have a stake in this country's direction. You're kind of here for the long haul, right? In America, once you become a citizen in the United States of America, you're paying taxes for the rest of your life. Whether you like it or not, whether you want to move somewhere or not. Somehow, the U.S. is always going to get you. Consider people now that are giving up citizenship and moving to other countries because maybe they see that as a tax advantage or maybe they don't like the way the country is going. Well guess what, Uncle Sam or uncle Joe in this case is going to take half of your net worth on your way out the door. If you're a green card holder, doesn't matter. You can leave tomorrow. You can go somewhere else. You're not going to have to pay that penalty. If you're living elsewhere in holding on to your U.S. citizenship, we're the kind of country that's still charges you U.S. taxes. Nobody else does that. That's unique to the United States. Given that citizens are on the hook for all this money, given that we're the ones responsible for the bills at the end of the day, don't you think that we ought to be the ones that are deciding the future direction of this

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NSBA Coordinated With White House, DOJ Before Sending Notorious 'Domestic Terrorists' Letter

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:43 min | 2 months ago

NSBA Coordinated With White House, DOJ Before Sending Notorious 'Domestic Terrorists' Letter

"The national school board association of America coordinated with The White House Department of Justice before sending notorious domestic terrorists letter. Fox News reports. Newly released internal emails. People that the national school board association coordinated with The White House and Department of Justice before sending Biden the notorious letter that compared concerned parrots to domestic terrorists. Viola Garcia, the national school board association president, whom the Department of Education later named to a federal board sent a memo to the national school board association of America on October 11th. Providing a timeline of the national school board association's interaction with The White House ahead of the letter to Biden, which the national school board association sent on September 29th. Concern over the current climate for school board members is also a top priority as disruptions at school board meetings grow and members face growing threats, Garcia wrote, the national school board association of America is actively engaged with The White House from justice and Department of Homeland Security and Department of Education Surgeon General and other federal agencies on pandemic issues. But here's the most important thing, is that on September 14th, 2021, the nspo a organization of state directors, they were informed that they had a meeting with The White House. And subsequently on September 17th, the interim executive director emailed noticed to the state association executive directors that indicated a letter requesting federal assistance would be sent. In response to the letter sent by NSPA, on October 4th, 2021, the attorney general announced in a memorandum, widely shared throughout the U.S. Department of Justice that he was ordering all U.S. attorney officers and local FBI offices to reach out to local and state law enforcement officials to coordinate efforts on this problem within 30 days of the memorandum. This also contradicts what Merrick Garland said to Congress on October 27th. When dick Durbin asked Garland if he had second thoughts following the NSPA's apology for the letter, and Garland said quote, the letter that was subsequently sent does not change the association's concern of violence or threats of violence. It alters some of the language in the letter that we did not rely on is not contained in my own memorandum. So basically, here's what happened. Is you had collusion going on with the national school board association of America with The White House privately. They concocted this letter and then they sent the letter publicly that The White House had then the mandate to go to the Department of Justice to go say we now want to go spy on moms and dads, treat them like domestic terrorists and use the Patriot Act against people we don't

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Phil Kerpen Dared to Question the Data on COVID Deaths in America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Phil Kerpen Dared to Question the Data on COVID Deaths in America

"Let's talk to somebody who has been on the front line of separating not just fact from fiction, but proper ganda from the truth. He's a regular guest here. He is a very, very brave individual prayer student of American commitment and the committee to unleash prosperity. Phil kerp and thank you for coming in studio for one on one. My pleasure, great to be with you, doctor Parker. So Sebastian, please. Phil, let's start at the beginning. We have time to go through all of not just the health policy idiocy, the abuse of our body sovereignty, but also the economic and psychological consequences. But let's start at the beginning, you came to my notice because you were doing something very, very untoward. You were daring to question the statistics for COVID fatalities. And you're going state by state. Last time we spoke was a few months ago, could you give us an overview? Somebody just landed from another planet and said, Phil, tell us about the data on COVID deaths in America and cases. And what would be your summary pricey as to the problems with how things have been reported to the American people? Well, we've decided that unlike every other disease or condition in the history of the world where we counted deaths that were caused by that disease or condition for this, we count deaths that are associated with COVID, which is quite a big distinction. So some have very serious conditions, die of those conditions, but is tested positive for COVID and then that's added to the tallies. Correct. And there's some variation geographically, so we don't even have a consistent definition nationally. But in a lot of places, the way this works is any death of any cause of death within a certain number of days it could be 30 days it could be 60 days. Of a positive test goes into the count. And it could have been could have been someone who died in a car accident or a gunshot wound. If there's a positive task within the cutoff, they go

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Kelvin Cochran Shares His Story of Religious Persecution in New Book 'Facing the Fire'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:47 min | 3 months ago

Kelvin Cochran Shares His Story of Religious Persecution in New Book 'Facing the Fire'

"Folks, I have a privilege of speaking with somebody I think of as a friend. Kelvin Cochran, you've heard him on this program before if you've been listening for a while. Since we're doing a fundraiser with the alliance defending freedom, it's appropriate that Kelvin Cochran would come out with this book now, because he has been the victim of what has happened in America where elites don't have any idea of what religious liberty is. They've been ham handed in overreaching and in squashing people's religious liberty and at the top of that list is Kelvin Cochran, who is a hero. The new book, he has written is called facing the fire. The faith that brought America's fire chief that's him through the flames of persecution, Kelvin Cochrane, welcome the program. Thank you, Eric. It's good to see you, my friend. It's great to see you. You're an encouragement to me. For my audience, tell the story briefly of what happened to you briefly because I want to get to what the rest of the book says. But you've been through the fire and the Atlanta, the folks in Atlanta were not good to you. You were the fire chief in all of Atlanta. Yes. Yes. I was a fire chief in the city of Atlanta and of course serving my profession honorably and faithfully. And while living out my faith at the same time, at my church, Elizabeth baptist church, Eric, I wrote a book for Christian me and Bible study that dealt with me and who struggled with condemnation and double mindedness. And in the book, who told you that you were naked? I was addressing sexual sand because many Christian man still struggle with sexual sin. I used the book of genesis to talk about God's view of sexuality, simple phrases like he created their male and female that eventually mother and father cleve to his wife and to become one flash and that created them appropriate because he wanted a big family of kids. Those few paragraphs cost me my childhood dream come true 34 year fire service career when an Atlanta city council member complained to the mayor about what I wrote about biblical marriage and sexuality. The mayor suspended me for 30 days to see if I had discriminated against anyone from the LGBTQ community based on my beliefs that investigation exonerated me, however I was terminated

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Alaska Military Base Declares Health Emergency

Information

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Alaska Military Base Declares Health Emergency

"Places that don't require masks or social distancing for the next 30 days, while the state's epidemiologist says the state is experiencing one of the sharpest surges of Covid 19 in the country in Alaska military leaders on joint base Elmendorf Richardson have declared a public health emergency, while the state's largest hospital Providence, Alaska Medical Center, is rationing care. After being overwhelmed by a surge in Covid 19 patients, the hospital has been forced to turn away patients from smaller cities. Their emergency room is over. Er flowing and people are having to wait in their cars and a parking lot for hours waiting to see a doctor. The State Health Department reports more than 1200 newly confirmed cases per 100,000 people over the past two weeks 20% of patients hospitalized in Alaska have covid 19. I'm Jennifer King. President Biden's two major

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"30 days" Discussed on Farm Small Farm Smart

Farm Small Farm Smart

06:33 min | 5 months ago

"30 days" Discussed on Farm Small Farm Smart

"Another great thing about these challenges is it. It reveals the false limits that we put on ourselves. I think we drastically undersell ourselves and our abilities. We do not give ourselves enough credit for what we can do our mind somehow. Has this thing where it's like. Well that's too much. I can't do that. it's too hard for example a few months ago i started doing this thing where i would do squats every day. I mean like bodyweight squats. I mean awaited squat every day. And here i am like seventy five days straight of doing that. A lot of people would say that's crazy. It's going to hurt your legs. It's gonna blow out your knees like you can't physically do it. Well here i am. I've done it. I tracked the weights. The amount i'm lifting has gone up over time. My legs feel great. I'm not sore. I'm not in pain. The body adapts. You can push pass limits that you think are there by getting a challenge. It's like wall. Okay i'm accepting. It's gonna be uncomfortable. And i'm going to use the challenge to push passwords uncomfortable. And then i'm going to say wow look at. I actually went through what was uncomfortable. And you can kind of build confidence and take pride on that. So it's this cycle like that's too hard okay. I'm gonna force myself to do it every day. And then i do it and i approve okay. It's not hard and i did do it every day. Wow that was easy. I have confidence to do the next potential hard. So i love this idea of like it breaks us out of this comfort zone and pushes past limits. The other thing is it gives us the ability to improve. We were too quick to like. Try something suck at it and say like nah not really for me. I was kinda like that with. Jump rope before i started this. You know. I jump rope for like thirty seconds. Beg- this is tough. I'm not really a fan. I quit in. i'm done in what i realize. Is it talked. Maybe like a week of five minutes a day. So what is that thirty five minutes to get good enough to say okay. I'm passable to at least continue doing it. Because i'm somebody i don't like to do something if i'm terrible at it. Golf would be a good example like it was never good at golf. Like i don't wanna play. i'm awful. It's not fun. And i would tap out real quick so by doing these challenges. You start to realize like okay. It doesn't take that long to overcome suck attitude but we don't put in the time to get past that sucker to barrier. I mean thirty minutes of doing something takes you from from godawful to passable like. That's not a big time investment yet. How many things have you done in life. Where like you don't even give it. That long. were too quick. We want instant gratification. We want it to be easy right out of the chute. And if those are your parameters for defining what you do like comfortable. Easy from the gecko physically comfortable emotionally comfortable like not scary. Not challenging like the mind is an instant. Yes we're probably like were were acre is here in. We're flying like bright over the ocean where we're going to get our wings. Wet dragged down and fall into those and we didn't defy higher to the sun risk burning because we can probably get a lot closer to the sun. Then we think we could so these challenges. It's not about. I don't think doing something for thirty days like setting some mark for with that thing. It's really about you looking at your life and saying what. What do i want to try would do. I want to get better at. What do i need to improve. What do i need to fix. And then designing something that has definable parameters in doing it every single day for thirty days. No excuses the only rule. Is you foul the parameters and you do it every day whether you're sick or not and you start doing that and i think you become like your own bad ass because now it's like woods gonna stop me. Look at all these things i've done. You know there's people. I've talked to who've tried to do these challenges but they don't they tap out or they just don't wanna do them like not not for me and it's like why isn't it for you. Who is this not for. If you're somebody listening to this and being like. I'm too busy to do this or it's not really my thing it. I would really question why you think that. I don't think you're pushing the accelerator hard enough on just being the best to you. I'm somebody who's pretty damn busy. And i can make it work in like i said it could be a five minute thing. It could be a four minute thing. It could be a one minute thing. It could be a physical thing. It could be an emotional thing. It could be a heartfelt thing. Find something in your life that you're not happy with find something in your life that you want to try find something that you just wanna prove to yourself that you can do in overcome. And if he can't think of anything just pick something random and say. I'm going to shatter my own limits. Conquer them and come out the side better than before and then our recycle that over the after this month into the next month. And that's what i've been doing. I have probably six of the seventies going right now for months back..

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Seattle Mayor’s Office Knew Durkan’s Phone Setting Caused Texts to Vanish

News, Traffic and Weather

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Seattle Mayor’s Office Knew Durkan’s Phone Setting Caused Texts to Vanish

"Seattle City attorney says Mayor Jenny Durkin's text messages disappeared due to a deliberate act not because of an unknown technical issue. Cuomo's Corwin hike reports. It's the latest revelation in the long running controversy. Texts sent to and from Durkin's phone were set to auto delete after 30 days, a condition the mayor has said she was unaware of She told KOMO News in May assume that we were collecting everything it was being kept in archives. Many of the missing texts are believed to contain legally important communications among city officials during the summer 2020 Chop occupation and Police East Precinct sees you should always presume you make things available. The mayor's office said. The messages disappear to due to an unknown technical issue. But city Attorney Pete Holmes tells the Seattle Times that's simply untrue, he says. Quote someone changed the mayor's settings from retain to delete, adding that is a

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US Sending 3,000 Troops to Help Evacuate Some Embassy Staff in Afghanistan

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 5 months ago

US Sending 3,000 Troops to Help Evacuate Some Embassy Staff in Afghanistan

"Key cities in Afghanistan. Kabul could fall within 30 days. As many as 3000 troops being sent in to help evacuate the embassy. Here's Deputy Opie's national security correspondent JJ Green 3000. Troops are on the way to Kabul. The first troop movement will consist of three infantry battalions that are currently in the Central Command area of responsibility. They will move to Hamid Karzai International airport within the next day or so. Two of these battalions or Marines won his army. Pentagon press secretary John Kirby made it clear this is not a combat mission. I want to stress that these forces are being deployed to support the orderly and safe reduction of civilian personnel at the request of the State Department and to help facilitate an accelerated process of working through s. I V applicants. This is a temporary mission with a narrow focus. Another 1000 army and Air Force troops are being moved to facilitate the processing of special immigrant visa applicants. There are thousands of Afghans and their families who have helped the U. S military during the war who need to get out because if the Taliban captures them, they will surely be killed. J. J Green W

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"30 days" Discussed on Farm Small Farm Smart

Farm Small Farm Smart

06:03 min | 6 months ago

"30 days" Discussed on Farm Small Farm Smart

"Welcome to farm small farms smart. I'm your host diego. Diy eg you surprise. I'm up in your year on a day when you might not have expected because i was up in your year just a day or so ago. It don't want it to be a special episode today. this is a plant home. Podcast episode a lot of episodes. They're not really playing home. You'll listen you think about it. Maybe do something. This is more of a push to do something. This is definitely definitely a plan home episode over the past few months. I've been doing this thirty day. Challenge each month every month. I have a goal to do something every single day of that month. Call it three days in been pretty life change because it forces you to follow through the goal and you might not otherwise stick to it also reinforces in bills that discipline muscle in all of us that sometimes it gets a little lax more lax than we would like to admit in. I can look back over the past few months in be really proud of what i've accomplished because i haven't failed yet time i've set out to do one of these challenges i followed through and i done the pressure of having to do it every day. Keeps it going. Where if it's like well. We'll do this three times a week. Easy the skit every day. Hard to skip if you really want to do this. So here's how this worse. Pick something that you've either always wanted to do think you should do or that. Maybe somebody has asked you to do commit to doing it. Every day of august thirty straight days. The only rulers. You have to do whatever you set out to do every single day. You define the parameters upfront. Once they're said they cannot be changed in an. You must do them every day of the month regardless of the weather. How you feel where you're at in the world what you're doing in life over the past few months of doing the challenges bleeding. There was days i wanted to skip. I was sick. i didn't feel good. Life was in the lay. But you do you have to me the parameter the you set you can exceed it. That's great and i think by the end of the month you may be well exceeding that prammer but you have to sit to your parameters so make it realistic mega something. You think you can do. The goal is consistency. That's the goal not to burn yourself out in the first week. So if it's like. I wanna do a hundred pushups every day. We might be able to do it. They one day to day three university where. You're going to twenty pushups every day for a month and if you do more on days where you're feeling he can do more great but set it at something. That is a challenge yet. Something you can accomplish because the real challenge is actually doing it every day. Much harder than you think so. I'm putting a challenge out to you to do this. My challenge that. I've set for myself. Is i wanna learn to jump. Roll like really. Learn to jump rope like where people see me jump roping like dan like he's really gonna jumping role because right now beginner okay. In addition i'm going to be also doing the previous goals i had said for like the previous three or four months some working like four things at a time. But this is the goal for this month. And i'll see how much better i can get by the end of a month. Some putting this challenge on you if you take me up on. It hit me up on instagram. With the dm in. Let me know that you're starting this challenge with me. I'm putting mine challenge for august on instagram. So if i don't adhere to the challenge out be man enough to say that. I fail but i know i'm going to do in all seriousness. I believe this is one way he can make serious changes in life. Start with these small. Little things committed to doing them every day. And if you do that for twelve months a year you've done twelve things throughout the year that you would have never wise other ever done in. You've probably got really good at twelve things and found out whether you like him or don't like them in you push yourself pass limits. When you do this you'll feel like maybe you wanna tap out. But if you realize the goal is to do it every single day you'll push past boundaries in what you'll realize is the boundaries that we have within ourselves are pretty wimpy boundaries in you'd be shocked it what you can accomplish if you push past those boundaries. I'm sure i'm too tired. Muscles need a break. That's all bullshit because you can go way beyond. I mean way beyond what you think you can do so pick. Something hit me up on instagram. Let me know what you're doing. I'll let you know what i'm doing. And i'll see on wrap so in thirty days get after it. It is always be nice. Be thankful and do work..

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Los Angeles Approves Ordinance Restricting Encampments

Tim Conway Jr.

01:02 min | 6 months ago

Los Angeles Approves Ordinance Restricting Encampments

"The homeless, the dues and downs of being homeless in L A. All right, They're gonna put the squeeze on you. And a lot of things you can't do now. It's like sleep on sidewalks, overpasses near schools, the whole run. That new ordinance restricts homeless encampments and sleeping in certain public areas of the city Public campaign is now banned in areas near schools, daycare facilities, parks and libraries. Shelter options will then be offered an official saw the fun places the camp near right. They took them all away. A public campaign is now banned in air is near schools. Day care facilities, parks and libraries. Oh, boy, we're gonna We're gonna go shelter options will then be offered, and officials say they want engagement with law enforcement to be limited. L A Mayor Eric Garcetti signed that into law and will go into effect in 30 days ago. Almost advocates and community members speaking out today in Venice after encampments there were removed. From that area. Community outreach group Services, not sweeps. Thanks. Pulling people off the streets and moving them is not a solution. Yeah, but they got to do something

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What's Next at the Site of the Surfside Condo Collapse

Ask Me Another

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

What's Next at the Site of the Surfside Condo Collapse

"At the site of the Surfside condo collapse is shifting as the search for victims officially ends. NPR's Amy held reports, crews are now focused on finding evidence that could shed light on why the building suddenly came down a month ago, the Miami Dade Police Department is taking over classifying the site as a crime scene. Federal engineers have been deployed to gather evidence to determine how and why the building collapsed as residents inside slept nearly three years after major structural damage to the building was flagged. This phase of the investigation is expected to be slow and complex. On Friday, firefighters ended their exhaustive search operation working 12 hour shifts and camping out at the site. Miami Dade Fire rescue chief Alan Kaminsky. Well, we just encountered this past 30 days. This represents what we are and who we are. Rescuers searching tons of collapse steel and concrete located 97 people who died One more remains missing. Amy held NPR

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Upping Your Content Game with Author Brendan Kane

Healthcare Business Secrets

02:23 min | 6 months ago

Upping Your Content Game with Author Brendan Kane

"If i was thinking. Okay i need up my content game. What would be the thirty thousand foot view. Tim's of strategic approach. Would i be looking at documenting. More about what. I'm doing would be looking at more creating content for specific purposes is there any particular platforms that if i begin i should look at or should i just taste and see what i feel like. I like because there's so many platforms. There's so many things you can do. There's so many ways to do it. What's your sort of thirty thousand foot view knowing me thirty seconds. Well it's the it's the same place we start with everybody to do. The research people jump into content before actually analyzing the different platforms who successful. Who's not successful breaking down. Why somebody successful versus. Somebody's not successful Even diving into somebody that is operating at the highest levels and see their highest reformers Versus was performers. Because it's interesting. We look at science like what's his take. The vaccine for example going to talk about the efficacy of whether it's good or bad but developing a vaccine there's years and years of science relying on to inform their decisions right or wrong. It's not like they just go into laboratory and just start from scratch and be like. I think that this would be a good idea or not. Gonna look at the historical past hundred years of what's working and what's not worked. They they leverage data. The old Anything in science they do. I think it was a neil Tyson was talking about science in in space in all whether it's ufo's and he was talking about how there's so much scrutiny in insci- like you have to prove everything you have to look at data yet when it comes to creative we throw everything out the window. We just say oh. I'm going to do this. Because i think it looks pretty to do this. Because i feel like it would be fun for me to create not thinking about like were sitting on millions of billions of data points on all the social platforms. A you can dig in z. Right away what's working. What's not working and making hypothesis of how that can apply to your message or brand.

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Sha'Carri Richardson Didn't Lie Like Many Others Do

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 7 months ago

Sha'Carri Richardson Didn't Lie Like Many Others Do

"Lie. She didn't say. That she didn't take the drug in one form or another. She didn't make Any dishonest statements. Like so many people do when they're caught. She was straightforward and forthcoming. Doesn't that deserve? Some kind of acknowledgement, So everybody's wringing their hands and they're saying It's so sad, but these are the rules. It's so sad, but these are the rules. We have assault and murder. Mayhem and riot. We had politicians in this country that don't follow the law. They open the borders. They let aliens come into this country, whether they're with M s 13 or sexual predators or whatever they are. They violate our immigration laws. They refused to deport even criminals. And these politicians are while he's great, he's compassionate. He's humane. And this young lady. What is she 21 years old. Everybody knows she was going to get a gold medal in the Olympics, Everybody At least one, maybe two. She's taken responsibility for our actions. It's a 30 Day suspension. It happens to overlap with the Tokyo Olympics. This isn't a race thing like the race, not tribes out there. Keep Keep pushing. Not at all. There isn't a federal law. Not at all. She's not putting down her country in any respect. Quite the opposite. She's not lying about anything, quite the opposite, extremely forthcoming. I

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Richardson Will Miss Olympic 100 After Marijuana Test

SportsCenter All Night

02:17 min | 7 months ago

Richardson Will Miss Olympic 100 After Marijuana Test

"Richardson could claim to be the fastest woman in the world right now. She won the 100 M at the U. S track and Field Olympic trials last month in Oregon in her time of 10 point Six seconds made her a gold medal favorite at the Tokyo Olympics. The Olympics begin this month, but Richardson has been suspended for 30 days due to marijuana use. Here's more Several top athletes have rallied behind Shakeri Richardson after she lost her shot at Olympic glory because of a 30 Day ban triggered by a failed marijuana test last month. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes tweeting quote. This is so trash man. Just let her run Former NBA great Dwayne Wade tweeting. The majority of y'all's rule makers smoke and are probably invested in THC companies. Let's stop playing these games. Richardson won that 100 M at the Olympic trials in June. But then her world came crashing to a halt. When reports of the positive test surfaced on Thursday, Richardson put out the tweet. I am human and spoke to the Today show on Friday. I know what I did. I know what I'm supposed to do. Um, No, I'm not. I'm allowed not to do And I still made that decision. She said she had just learned from a reporter that her biological mother had died and turned to marijuana, which is legal in Oregon side of the trials, but remains a banned substance of abuse based on the world Anti Doping Code. We all have our different struggles. We all have different things we did with, But I put on the face to have to go in front of the world and put on my face and hide my pain. Who am I to tell you how to cope? Who am I to tell you? That you're wrong for hurting. The United States Anti Doping agency said The typical punishment for a positive THC test is a three month band, but it was reduced to one month because her use occurred out of competition. And was unrelated to sport performance. Don't judge me. I am human. I'm new. I just happen to run a little faster. Richardson is still eligible to run in the four by 100 relay. That event occurs after her 30 Day suspension ends in late July. The final two members of that relay team have yet to be named, leaving the door ajar for Richardson's possible participation.

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Lina Khan’s FTC Takes a First Step Toward Expanding Antitrust Enforcement

All Things Considered

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Lina Khan’s FTC Takes a First Step Toward Expanding Antitrust Enforcement

"Chair Lina Khan presided today over the first public meeting of her tenure at the agency. NPR's Shannon Bond reports. Con is already facing big challenges. In her first month in office, Lina Khan says Going forward, the FDC will hold regular open meetings as a democratic institutions. We have a vital responsibility to connect our work to the people we serve. At this meeting, commissioners voted to give themselves more power to crack down on unfair monopolies. Was a party line vote won by Khan and her fellow Democrats. Con is already in an intense spotlight since being named FTC chair last month. A federal judge has given the agency 30 days to rewrite a blockbuster antitrust lawsuit against Facebook. After ruling the government failed to make its case, and Amazon is calling on Khan to recuse herself from matters involving the company. Because of her past criticism. Facebook and

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Biden Administration Extends Eviction Moratorium for 30 Days

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Biden Administration Extends Eviction Moratorium for 30 Days

"Cannon struggling to make rent payments during the pandemic are getting more breathing room the bided ministration is expanding and Asian white objections band for another month he was due to end next week but the CDC has pushed that to July thirty first at the same time the White House and knowledge is the emergency protections for both renters and the mortgage holders will run out at some point it was always intended to be temporary spokeswoman Jen Psaki said yesterday the trick is devising an off ramp to help struggling Americans make the transition without massive upheaval Sager made Ghani Washington

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Andrew Brown's Family Views Longer Video Footage Of Fatal Shooting

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Andrew Brown's Family Views Longer Video Footage Of Fatal Shooting

"And their attorney, so about 18 minutes of the body Cam video from the day sheriff's deputies tried to serve drug search warrants on the Elizabeth City, North Carolina Black man before he was shot and killed trying to drive away from his home. Attorney Chance, Lynch tells w. T v. D. Brown was no threat to the deputies. The first shot was fired and what we saw was after was fired, he began to back up because he wanted to get out of there. The local judge who allowed the footage to be seen privately by Brown's family says the tapes will not be made public for at least 30 days. Cars, trucks, vans

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Colo. governor extends statewide mask mandate

CBS Weekend News Roundup

00:09 sec | 9 months ago

Colo. governor extends statewide mask mandate

"The statewide mask mandate for another 30 days, but lucid face covering requirements for those who are vaccinated against covert 19. The CDC says

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Canada Bans Flights From Covid-Hit India, Pakistan for 30 Days

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Canada Bans Flights From Covid-Hit India, Pakistan for 30 Days

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Canada bans passenger flights from India and Pakistan due to a coronavirus concerns Canada is banning all passenger flights from India and Pakistan for thirty days due to an increasing wave of covert nineteen cases in that region Canada's transport minister announced the ban hours after India reported three hundred fourteen thousand new infections in the previous twenty four hours a global record Canada's health minister said half of the people testing positive for the corona virus after arriving by airplane came from India cargo flights from India and Pakistan will continue hi Mike Rossio

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"30 days" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:17 min | 11 months ago

"30 days" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

The Golden Dog

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

"That was a surprise and we had to send him. We've sent him. He's going to be a service dog we had once we sent him to that Professional trainer hayes comeback and. He has just grew awesome so much just a couple of weeks. It doesn't take all that long not at all but you know there's the right here saying that there's some things The puppy should be learning during these sixteen weeks. No teeth on people ever have ever and you'll you'll appreciate that you know they do. Get out of it but those those little milk eighth man. They're like little gin sues especially when they grab your sock. You're walking down the hall and get into your foot hurts. I just had that happen now. Jumping up on people. That's just you know that some people like that and but it's not good for them. We have a hugger. We have a hugger that he will jump at. We've tried them a gentle jumper that he is a hugger because he just wants to hug you. that's not good to be around strenuous. always go potty outside and you know there's accidents happen that always watch those cues that you're puppies puppies doing establish those you know outside party areas and be consistent with that Meeting people is not a bad thing. It's a good thing as many people as you can. Yup safely safely going to the vet go into a groomer is fun. Yes you wanna make that fun because we've had dogs in the past. They haven't liked that at all. They'll do the allegation role. They get up to the door. I want to train them off the bed that it's cool to go to the vet and they're nice people they're going to take care of you or to the groomer. Yes going to take good care. You're just going for a spa day. Exactly it's not. It's not a terrible thing to get a good bass and a good brushing and your nails trimmed and just keep exposing your dog to you..

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"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

The Golden Dog

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

"Don't walk the puppy in in a in a building yet. Just don't play it smart. Don't go into petsmart thinking you know there's a vet place there's sick dogs coming out you know. And they people's dogs are you know. Sometimes they get sick in there. Sometimes they poop in there. Don't don't take them and put them on the ground. Take them and put them in a car we just bought a collapsible one of those collapsible wagons us that you know and you can you can Put them in a harness and have the harness hook to the to the wagon. They'll get used to it but do something like that. You can still take them out and expose them to all these different people in different situations. But you don't have to put them down on the ground. That's what i tell my people. Just don't don't put them on the ground. Don't don't take them to a dog park right now. Play it smart chat. Bring your own water with you if you can. You know This one lady remember when we we took that one puppy to virginia. She had a little it. Was it attached to a water bottle and it was just a little up a little cup thing. Yeah you know it just and she poured it out and they drank out of it and you know so. Just be smart with it. Don't don't think that you're puppy is going to not you know not catch anything because just like with everything else. If there's if the germs are out there they can catch it and it should mention does mention in the article. That don't expose your dog to other dogs until you're veterinarian tells you. He sat enough vaccinations. But after that point little more safe when he's had all shots but again be careful because there's a lot of things out there that That dogs are people can can give to your dogs so just be careful where you take him but try to get them to meet lot of people in a lot.

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"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

The Golden Dog

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

"We just do a group feeding we try to. I've tried doing the individual things and they're like crisscrossing and give each other stuff and all that Sometimes they'll get a little I wouldn't say food aggressive. But they get to where They got to eat it all like now and they don't yeah exactly slow failure so Use the the food to to train them handful. They say sometimes to hand feed them to start with that gets them to. That's what i was gonna ask you about the hand-feeding these that was mentioned in this article. They give a couple of paragraphs to that and say the longer. You can do that the better now. Obviously that's gonna work well if he's your only dog as you mentioned that you have multiple dogs. It makes it a lot more difficult to do that. But if he is really try hand-feeding again at a regular time but you can sit down with him anywhere. That's a good training. And yes and try. Then he understands because dogs are food driven and you get really and you can get him to you just about anything. If you've got kibbles involved so that is a way you can get them started just feeding them from your hand. And they say that also helps with the nipping in the biting to because they'll be more gentle. That's what i have getting a treat. Or i'm getting food. Something food driven. So i gotta be gentle with this know. 'cause we taught our dogs gentle. Remember that's right Because they would you know we have a couple of them that we got in that they will take my my fingers off if i don't you know i have to kind of toss it to them. We're working on the gentle part but you can teach them how to take something gently out of your hand. You know you can also use the snuffle matt. We talked about that in a podcast. snuffle matt is something that you can help them to slow down if the the fading process because what they're doing is your hiding the food under these little pieces of of fleece and they're having to use their nose to find it. And once they find your. You're working there bryan. Because their brain is having to is also working when their noses working and nat wears them out. So that's a you know that's one of those things for for Dogs at eight. Very quickly You you're just slowing them down. And there's other bowls to or they can't and shovel full smart dog that knows to just don't the holdall we've had those two. Yeah we've run into a lot of that stuff so and they also recommend not just putting a bowl of food down and leaving it for the dog for the day now. There are few dogs like my dog. Rowdy who is a grazer sites obese and out of shape and everything but he just does not eat all at the same time but there are very few dogs that are like that most will finish the bowl just like that and want more and you know living my mother and my father lived with me and my mother is one of those. She has three chihuahuas that in our and she's all day long because she has. She has dementia and all day long. Oh the puppies have no food. Well we have other dogs. That are coming behind her. As soon as she puts the food down there scarfing it up and then she comes back two minutes later. Oh the dogs have no food and she lays it back there so you know it's it's you have some dogs that can grace and then you have some dogs that have no limit. They just. they're like that's why i think it's important. I if you can try the hand-feeding because.

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"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

The Golden Dog

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

"One of those Things that it's really critical in those days when they can't see you know they're establishing that changes k. Changes not a you know said the ninety need scream run and hide under a bed or you know at like the world is coming to an end but i like the i like the fact that you go through on their paws yet with q tip with q tip you getting through each each one. Vote a between the toes as that's another one of the things that we do not does that. I think it really does work. Dorsey huge different there. Never our dogs are always ready to go to their new owner rather quickly and what we do how to get close to them right away and you know we. We have children around the house. We have our my parents are. They are so we have an plenty of other doors and teenager so we have a i. Guess a gamut of different social situations as far as you know older people younger people teenage people. So they're always seeing something new having a new experience we have our puppy's our home so they're always getting stimulation from n. desensitized to House living situation. I don't always get to take them outside. But it's an easy transition because that's what we've been doing. We've been preparing them for that transition so again. I would highly recommend you looking at your breeders looking at their situation There is a program if you do get a puppy from a a shelter or you know adoption place. You can look i. It's called puppy culture and it is something that you can. You can buy the video or you can do the I will have that on our our website where they can go and look at that and everything through the through our recommendation pages but Puppy culture will help you to teach your dog about transitions and how to Bring out the best in your puppy. 'em when they didn't get that that kind of interaction and stuff like that because Not every breeder does that. I mean you know if you you go. And i'm not knocking anybody or anything trying to bad mouth anybody but some breeders. They have their dogs born out in the you know in the doghouse. Yes and and that's you know that's that's a situation that you have to decide on if it's a good situation for you or not but they don't get that much interaction so that's one of those things where they're going to teach you how to bring your puppy in and bring out the best in your puppy. I love that program. And i would recommend that program to if It helps you. It teaches you and it also helps you to teach your puppy in it just it makes a world of a difference and of course one of the things you wanna do. First is to potty train or upi and has jackie mention. We do the best with that with the litter training but obviously in a new place. They're still going to have to find. Those places are even if you do have the The alfalfa or whatever has been happen. Accidents do happen and you just got to know when to take him out..

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"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

The Golden Dog

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

"He's being taken away fines and comfort with a little piece. Whether it's a towel. A t shirt or a piece of the blanket. We just cut up the blankets when we when we send puppies out and send a little piece with each one of them and that helps him not to stress out or at least not as much yeah. That's that's that's critical. Anything else should be in that crate for not give treats until you know because they say to put treats in there but maybe at least some the chew. Well what exactly. That's that's something different. You don't want anything until you know your puppy you don't wanna. I don't feed my dogs the day that they're going home. Because i try to keep it as you know as If they have something on their stomach and there you know rocket around in the car it is going to be. It's not going to be pretty. So i try to keep the water down to a minimum. I've tried to keep we. We set times and i am. I am really looking in trying to get the because some of our dogs are right around the corner. Some of some of the dogs are we've gone. We've met people in the country. Yeah said just be Aware of what you're doing Keep the traits But i would. I would recommend holding on. You always need to have water in case it is long trip or something like that Because they they do they will get dehydrated Then you don't want that to happen and you don't have to have that right in their crate. You can write till over and have a little bowl. Have some bottled water or something with you. Let them have a break from riding. get out. use the bathroom. If it is a long trip. Take take a call or something like that for them to chew on or you know the the choose that always recommend Like that and you know. Have i would recommend If you can have a second person with you said that one can be focusing on the puppy because again it's terrifying. You're you're ripping away from everything i've ever known and then you're them in a crate or you know just It's always good to have someone with you said that you can have somebody destroyed in the puppy also And you're not having to keep checking on the dog and you're driving yourself. I mean it can't happen every time. But if you can make a plan to do that i would recommend that right.

"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

The Golden Dog

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on The Golden Dog

"Welcome to the golden dog. Podcasts presented by brune media. Angry canines on john boone. Along with my wife. Yes here in this episode. The first thirty days with your new dog and today could be. It's tough but Hey we can make it through sometimes a lot of people you know they wanna give up during that time. They're like this isn't all. It's kind of like having a baby right as the same thing. It's like The honeymoon wears off in a hurry. It's like oh no we gotta take care of. It does same thing with a puppy. Obviously they're going to need a lot from you but if you work with them things are going to work out okay. We found this great article on a great cycle vet street. If you wanna check it out your pet your vet vet street surviving your first thirty days with a new puppy and we're going to run through this and some of our experiences with some of the things that they recommend so first off. Let's dive right in. You've got a new puppy you've picked it up from the breeder or wherever you gun going again. We're talking about Puppies getting a rescue dog here. This puppy and the first thing you're doing is putting them in the car. You're gonna learn a lot right away about your puppy aren't you. Oh yes oh yes you learn if your puppy is prone to being carsick and we have had some that have been very much and even if you say well. I'm only going ten minutes down the road Sometimes it doesn't matter descended. Get sick pretty quick from ride in the car. And we've had we learn as we go just series and we bring all kinds of things with us to prepare for those instances. Yes whether it be from one end or the other having things come out you feel bad for them because they're just not used to writing first of all and some of them grow out of it but others. That's going to be a problem their whole life. We have one of our dogs. That just doesn't loves to go on trips but doesn't like the traveling to get there so you gotta be careful that no that right away and also right away have have a crate. Ready in your car to take him. Should always always transport your your puppy. Your dog In something that safe you have your children in a car seat. You're seatbelt. Don't let your dog run free and loose in the car Saying things in some crazy things you know i'll be on social media and somebody has posted Their friend cut into a an accident and had the wind down because it all had his head sticking out the window or whatever and it jumped out the window and they're frantically nothing you know nothing major but frantically trying to locate the the dog. Because they're scared they get really scared so always always always here distraction. If you're driving that can get physicians that you're not doing yourself from driving. Well are them any favors. They have those. They have those Seatbelts for dogs with a harness. Little puppy it's probably best just to be right because you..

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"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

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"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

"The movie. Joe Just that discussion that just this illustration in the movie makes the movie worth your time alone forget the setting, forget the excitement, forget the the Vampires forget the horror forget the suspense justice this. Kind of. Exploring this concept of Hey. This man supposedly loves his family and he he does action a this other person loves his family and he takes action be which one demonstrates love. The most I will argue the one that demonstrates love. The most is the one that was self sacrificing not. Love is not about you it's about the other person and I think that's powerful exploration of this theme it not in a preachy it doesn't go in depth you have to just really be paying attention to it or you can lose it because you're all focused on vampires and chilling and blood, and some of it is gruesome and you're going to get you can get all caught up in all of that. You'll miss that don't don't allow the blood. Gore, the violence. To overshadow this very interesting exploration of love. All, right I think you need to really look at that and I. Think you will I think you will appreciate that maybe. Maybe. I don't know it'll be interesting if you watch the movie. Let me know. Let me know. What you think about that exploration of that theme because I think it's very, very interesting and you can let me know your thoughts by emailing them to me at news effort Yahoo Dot Com news. F at Yahoo Dot Com that's news I F at Yahoo Dot Com. The other things I will say about the movie you will. The last kind of. Battle confrontation. You can argue how that goes like. You may argue that the little anticlimactic. Built up in a very beautiful way because you got snow, you got fire. You got the to con the coming together for the conflict. Some odd choices in that in that kind of last battle seeing that you may know that I don't think they really utilize really any music and they don't really use utilize really too many sound effects really in the battle and you may think it's a little anti-climatic but I think. I think the message there really isn't about that last battle. It's about this concept of love. The battle is simply there to reflect this these these to contrast of love one man did he went when direction for those he loved and this man is taking a different direction for those he loves and I, think that's really the emphasis there I there was a part of me. That was kind of wanting this last battle to to be a little bit more especially since the movie was an hour and fifty three minutes. I thought I thought they could have saved a little time and really built up a little bit more make it a little bit more dramatic and then you have the the very powerful last seen. The next day when the sun comes up and you'll have to see that for yourself. There you have thirty days of night. There's probably Al there's there's more what to say but I think that just gives you enough that hopefully will get you know what I'm going to go I'm gonNA. Go find this.

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"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

"Possibly, that's done on purpose because they don't ever really tell you what the issue is between him and his wife and why they're separated it doesn't really tell you why. But maybe because his personality is he's kind of there's something cold there and you don't really you don't really are drawn to him that now there's the coldness in the environment and has entered a coldness into their relationship maybe so that you you'll have to interpret that for yourself but here's one of the major themes that I think is screamed in the movie. And I'll ask it a question. What is the absolutely greatest sign or greatest proof of love. What is the absolute greatest sign are proof of love. Now you may you. We could answer this a lot of directions. But in this, we could go a lot of different directions and really explore this. We could get really philosophical about the concept of love and what is it, but I'll. I'll I'll say this in this movie thirty days of night the greatest example of love. Is, sacrifice If, you truly love someone you will sacrifice for them. You will give everything for them. Even if there is a even if you're not getting something in return, even if you even if the relationship seems to be broken, if you truly love that person, you sacrifice everything for them now I'm Gonna I'm Gonna I'm not going to tell you how this is all plays out, but it plays out in a very powerful powerful way you may. Well, you'll have to wait to the last seen do not stop watching the movie. So I mean just watch it all the way to the credits roll because. The last. The last scene is really powerful and really you know as the sun is rising, you really get. Is it a story about vampires or is it a story about what real love is? Is it a story about that love will sacrifice everything even if there is no evidence, you're going to ever get anything in return. That is love. Love is not self seeking love seeking the good of others this is a powerful ideal of love. It really changes. Sometimes we say we love you but we love you because of what you can you know I love you. But what I'm saying I, love you because of what you give me because of what you give me some kind. Of Comfort you give me some kind of security. You give me a some kind of a warm feeling but love is demonstrated by not focused on what I love not loving for what can give me but I love you for what I can give you what I'm willing to give you because it's love is focused on the other it's not focused on self. This is a major theme in the movie. And even though it's a vampire movie, I think this theme. It's not preached at you, but it's illustrated it's demonstrated and. You really have this very powerful scene where one man he chose to go one direction with those. He supposedly loves, and then the other man he's going to go in a different direction. To demonstrate his love and so you really get this interesting contrast. Both of them one is the sheriff. The other one works with the Sheriff and Deputy I guess, maybe and these two men you're going to see them make two very different choices with those they claim they love. and. That to me is the powerful powerful message in the movie if I love you. Am I going to demonstrate that love by like because I can't handle this I'm going to do this. or my willing to do whatever it takes. Even. Though I may not get something in return. I'm trying to I'm trying to be specific vague because I don't WanNa, give it away. The movie is worth that the movie..

"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

"I think. They've got lots of channels available, but I think their prices at some point just makes it not a reasonable service. We we can have that discussion, but I got an email offering me seven day free trial for at and T. TV slash at and T. TV now and I'm like okay great. So I signed up. And there's a channel on their called HD movie Net I think is what it's called hd movie net. So what I did is I I use who live and I use Hulu for my primary streaming I also subscribe to two other things like, HBO. Max. Apple Tell Television I subscribe to a lot of other standalone services but I use. Who Live and Hulu for most of my television viewing movie viewing So when I got at and V. now slash at and T. TV whatever their branding themselves today. I just started going through okay. HD moving it. I don't have that on who let's just start going through the guide. Oh. Thirty days of night. I read the little description record write letter late last night I went back to to the dvr found it hit play and that's basically how I came across the movie I was just looking for a channel that I didn't already have access to look for the movies that I thought were interesting she just started hitting record and I'm GonNa Watch as many of them as I can in seven days. All right. So thank you at and T. for the free trial I greatly appreciate it but. I your prices are a little too high. Okay. Especially when The package that they give you the free trial fours the eighty dollars a month trial, and it doesn't even have like the discovery channel. have to go up to the next level for the discovery channel are. You kidding me like I'm going to be paying a hundred dollars. Yeah. And then if you want like the MLB network I, think you've got to be like I don't even know what package that is. So yeah, that's all crazy..

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"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

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04:59 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

"It. Because I think I think you'll be entertained by now. You may have already seen it is an older movie but if you haven't and you're looking for something to watch I would put I would tell you to put this on your watchlist, put it in your cue and. I think I think you'll have a good time. Right. So we have a vampire movie. You probably kind of know what to expect with a vampire movie. This one I think is unique and we're GONNA get into it. So are you ready? Let's talk about this movie. Okay. What movie. Now if you've already seen the title for this episode, You know But the movie movie we're GONNA be talking about is thirty days of night thirty days of night, which was released on October the nineteenth two, thousand seven in the United States thirty days of night two, thousand, seven, it was re released on October the nineteenth. So it's obviously an older movie I thought it's still held up there are a couple of times some of the. Gives, you could call them special effects or some of the ways the movie looks at a couple times I was like but. I. Probably that has more to do. With the budget that the movie was. Made on, it was kind of a more smaller budget but I I think it's still holds up still think it holds up and again primarily for the unique. The unique feature they add to this the unique setting they add to the telling of a vampire story or at thirty days of night two, thousand, seven, it's rated R.. It's one hour fifty, three minutes. I think maybe I think should have been just a little shorter and my estimation or they should there was certain. Scenes that they could have extended a little longer I think that would have added a little bit with the pacing. So you could kinda argue a little bit there, but our fifty three minutes, it's listed as an action horror through. And here's the basic storyline, right? And again when I, when I offer reviews and kind of my analysis, I tried to be very careful not to ruin the movie for you because there's no point in telling you about a movie if I'm going to ruin it. Okay. So I'm going to be very careful careful careful not to give anything away. Here's the story line. It is a story of an isolated Alaskan town. That is plunged into darkness for a month each year. When The Sun sinks below the horizon. Now that is what I thought is the unique feature. You have this Alaskan time. Right? It's an it's an isolated Alaskan town out. In the middle of nowhere and.

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"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"30 days" Discussed on Currently On

"Good morning, everyone, and welcome to another exciting episode of the currently on podcast. Okay I don't know how exciting this episodes going to be, but I can promise you. I'm going to try very hard to make it interesting and to make it informative and it may prove to be helpful. Especially, if you decide to watch the movie that I'm going to be telling you about now today is Tuesday August the Eleventh Two thousand twenty it is currently nine forty, six am central time and I'm coming to you from Abilene Texas. Now, if you've been watching movies for any length of time. It doesn't take you very long to figure out that certain types of movies uses a certain type of storytelling and fact there's kind of a template and how the story is told. All right. So you have a certain type of movie and no matter how many different no matter how many different movies are made under that type they're all going to utilize some basic similar ideas and similar concepts and the way they tell the story. Let me give you an example to try to clarify what I'm saying. If you sit down on your couch or if you go to a movie theater and you're going to watch a movie that has a superhero in it right doesn't matter if it's a DC movie, a marvel movie if you've got superheroes and it, you know basically how the story is going to go right? You'RE GONNA have a superhero you're GONNA have a super villain. You're going to have a battle and the superhero is going to prevail at the end and everyone's going to be saved. You pretty much know how that story's going to go. Now there may be some twists and turns. And the ability to use some twists and turns and the ability the ability to introduce some unique aspects to that story is going to possibly make that movie more interesting or it may. They may not try to offer really anything unique and it's just GonNa, follow the very basic template..

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"30 days" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

13:42 min | 2 years ago

"30 days" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Try Find that niche that ZIP passion and what is it with. What is it with digital marketing or digital direct marketing? That you found so interesting how you become so passionate about it as good question so I think it really boils down to relationships and we need the personal some relationships that you can build right. It's it's almost waited so much like front my life. I crave these relationships. And now I kind of do it at scale on my clients the hogs resolved with as a really amazing Kinda wack with a consultancy in space and we get the meetings books with massive companies like Oracle Vm. Ware who have literally like ten. Twenty thirty thousand employees I posed onto relationships right. It's it's like you probably know this yourself. You get like twenty emails. A day of people like nothing. Hey Joe Amazing product. This is amazing because of these three reasons. Yeah in phone calls lately too is good true exactly and that really just never resonates right. It's no personal channel. It doesn't really emotionally gauge anybody And that's why I guess I found that because I so deeply craved for assert long that now I just. I love building relationships on people's Bohol in just even for for like an ecosystem right so I guess one of the things that we're trying to do provide gency as a wider group where we have like side benches. So it's like you never listen courses during parton service reviews like different consultancies on which wonder though this massive ecosystem of different types of companies from different niches. Is that can help each other. Have you ever read Napoleon. Hill's book thinking Greenwich Rich. Yes it's on my book shelves my favorites Prophets Perfect. So you know the chapter about Boston's. Oh yeah definitely. That's kind of I. Guess what trying to hear. It's we'll building people from different industries different spaces into like what we're trying to build mosques online's lines less right so like back must have earned sock when people in bows hub in the world where we shall learnings but also the factor because when voted different industries. We can help each other out expectations at all. We kind of keep helping each other to grow in just shah. Aw expertise. Shera services all specialties. And it's been pretty monumental. I guess that particular book as well while the favorite books do you have actually actually Oh man The the thinking rich and then The current along those lines kind of in the same time period was the Carnegie wound about how to win friends and influence people. I Yeah Yeah Yeah that that's a beautiful one Actually got that under on the every every read the digital one is very similar but it just adds no sprinkles of like facebook and new things No just got the hard copy. He is not enough okay Yeah I think that there's a lot of ridicule resources out there And I think the biggest this thing that helped with a where we started agency. which is I was in my mom's house right? I was living coffee. No foods It was quite tough and it was a struggle but the biggest I guess approach. That helped us was systematisation right. So how can we system is every single thing that we do so the point where it's like it's a sequence. It's a process to not only save you as much this time but also kind of help build the right culture within you'll business so for example like hiring or even when we're trying to find Newark let's use hiring as example because everybody relates hiring especially entrepreneur. The biggest thing that we found found is that we have so whether it's a physical job whether it's online what we do so every single job. We have a form that we sent to everyone to fill it. I Know Austin questions that help us understand the only that personality but that attitude in culture within themselves so it will have questions like all in your cave with a direct feedback right which is obviously very common in the in the military especially. Because no one's GonNa be around the Bush ago all you just went up and be like shut the fuck got get down and do them very straight to the point but it's also very effective because it's not doing a anger that Hughley just everybody who quick and so we have questions like that But obviously we don't do it very late very much material. We're not GONNA have a show at anyone of course But when you have a full and you have these particular questions and then with the question. That's really good which we ask everybody to recruit just a two minute video introducing yourself. I now blessed one hundred applicants only twenty actually gonNA fill in that video base and that tells you about so much about the awesome because I instantly delete the rating they have. They caught me off circle too many video. They don't want a great deal. So you instantly filter out to people who got the right thing and then if you take that step fabra identified other questions you might also me. Now what's your general availability And you find out more more just about the personality like awesome. What their favorite food is because the biggest thing about any business is the culture right? If you have a coach Oh you put everybody in a position to succeed then you simply just achieve a lot more together why it has almost the family emily cover. Fats announce white. It's really really beautiful. Venice I think that's that tends to be a very good approach When you try and system is another book is sitting? Here is the checklist manifesto which is all about systematising automating. Basically basically having a checklist for everything you do in that was actually born. Out of aviation. The aviation industry's the one that originated the whole checklist philosophy for everything you do in the cockpit just because he had tired of pilots crashing airplanes for for missing things as you know and and then to take this and then the the guy discovered in the medical field doctors and nurses and medical folks were making making mistakes all the time because they were just going off of memory and what they had learned and they weren't using checklists even for medical procedures and stuff and so the the doctor. A doctor actually wrote the checklist manifesto based off he went back and pull data from aviation in how he tried to implement it into the medical field and then it goes from the area basically every business you know. Even if you're solo per noor you should have checklists set up for everything you do And it makes much easier one. You don't make mistakes but it also makes it systematising automating and having checklists associate with everything you do allows you to start turning those tasks over to other people in free you up exactly exactly dude. I mean it's quite interesting because there's so many entrepreneurs out there these days that that you're in this mindset of like I've oversee assuming that let's say I'm one of the entrepreneurs right and I know that Hey I've done on this training. I know that with this particular toss copywriting I feel like I can do the best. And it's very hard a lot of people. I had a massive issue missile beginning to delegate like different tasks that you do to your team because it's like while I'm worried that maybe they might miss something because I've done this one hundred the times and they haven't done it before but it becomes an investment investment in somebody Hasley investment in terms of trust and investment investment in the long term. Because it's win win. You building capacity exactly exactly you build the ability to truly scale and even like a one that might help of today which is it's it's common in some industries in which is so simple in. Its this spend into week and just note down every single thing that you do every week maybe every two weeks that is very process driven. It's like hey I need to send ascend or upload this podcast at that I post this on. Social media is different things and then just go onto platform like even facebook groups. I found facebook groups amazing funding honestly finding assistance. Because then if you have like twenty hours a week a week that you just do every week by this very dependent if you then make a process around us even like a project management tool you can in bitch do just like a video and then a checklist that's not quite sufficient For twenty hours a week for where it is that. Say Five five ten bucks an hour to to do that. You're effectively. Let's say a hundred bucks freeing yourself up for twenty hours a week. Your time is worth a lot more than one hundred bucks for twenty hours so it's a massive win win the just look up processes and try outsource as much as you kind of anything repetitive..

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"30 days" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

15:01 min | 2 years ago

"30 days" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"That you take us back gives Something on your background. Absolutely so I actually originally grew up in in the Voinea which is right next to Russia and I guess one of the stuff by saying I have never met my real dad white so when I was younger my mom was kind of out the country trying to build a life us. Oh my family especially my uncle Kinda raised me when I was a little kid. It and Michael spent a lot of time in the military He he actually spent quite a few years that anyone on the few missions to believe leave. It was Iran or Iraq implements. Seven is but Yeah did he meant kind of the well to me because when I had but nobody around that time he was the guy that raised me and he would often kind of just take me too to the military base gimmick good slap me to slap some push ups and I guess He. He gave me a very good upbringing. newsradio cool I mean. There's even some points I remember when practices of of edge missile drops right and they drove like two hours out to voter Russia and They they really cool luminescent kind of patch on the flown. We hid in the bushes and They use the really high tech equipment which can and get coordinates and they aimed at Attala and then directly off the kind of quote up the French Air Force which was on the complete opposite side. Hi to Europe right and these guys fluent in twenty minutes on Jess and I got I got to watch all the different pieces of how he was practicing and preparing rang permissions or whatnot. It was it was monumental for me because when I never had that father figure my uncle kind of stepped in and and looked after me dude I mean every different I guess johnny sheds with him was. It was amazing to to help me out life even to this day I mean it was a mantra that he kind of told me In terms of just pushing through pain right right I mean I can tell you kind of stories about how my biceps Fella GonNa come out my arms pushups. You made me do but with award of that in mind. Every day I kind of just woke up. Okay I'll be myself open ochre fruit and it will work out in the end. I will come out stronger. And he kept turning that into Jimmy. which kind of followed me for life? The kind of just you know take pain and come out the rents stronger because it instills is a particular passion particular file in you when you can kind of Garfield is difficult things. I mean how. How was actually you in your initial days of the army? How was it? How was the training and whatnot? Pain is pain weakness leaving the body and that which does not kill. You only only serve to make you stronger. Great Great Yeah so so so so move it. So what kind of business do you did you get into. You know once you became an adult in house that brought you to where you're at now absolutely so in terms of I guess how it brought me so I did end up moving to the UK. When I was about five and I went for the typical education system awesome but as probably some listeners can resonate it just never was right for me right like no no subject no subject matter? No interest was really the spots with with the other. I guess the rigid education system where it doesn't allow for for freedom of creativity.

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