35 Burst results for "30 Minutes"

James Hahn Blasts New PGA Tour Schedule

Fore The People

02:35 min | Last week

James Hahn Blasts New PGA Tour Schedule

"James Hahn on Twitter are James James, I just follow James like a week ago. We'll disclosure. I love James Hahn on Twitter. He tweeted today. He tweeted today. Take a look at the new PGA Tour schedule and you'll understand why players are upset. Vegas to Japan. To South Carolina to Bermuda to Mexico. He says, for the viewers, it's a flick of a remote. For us, it's 20 hour travel days and tens of thousands of dollars in expenses. That tweet already has 1400 likes in 25, 30 minutes, and then he follows it up by saying, to himself, we should be playing in major cities, places where they have an NFL football team, not Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Us little guys have feelings too. All right? He has caught a ton of shit for these tweets, but he's right. But he is right. Listen to that. Listen to that, that 6 week, that's what 5 weeks Vegas to Japan to South Carolina to Bermuda to Mexico. Vegas to Japan? Yeah, so to South Carolina. So they're going to be the little guys are going to want to play Vegas because it's really in the season because it's a wraparound. So they want to get off to a decent start. If they get into Japan, they're 100% going because they're pretty sure it doesn't have a cut. There's no way they're going to have an event in Japan with no cuts. So 1000% they're going. And then I guess I guess presumably. You take that off, I would guess. Where are they playing? I didn't even see where they're playing. But they're playing somewhere. Like the golf course. It doesn't matter. The only set is ridiculous, though. But I'm like, that's got to be a new event, 'cause the only South Carolina I know is Hilton head that they play, but I think it's chattahoochee or chat, chat to Jesse or, oh yeah. That's something like that over there. It's really cool. But yeah, that's not an easy travel. Well, you can't even do that. Your host. You're totally host if you try that. I don't know what I mean. This is where the play. Basically what he's saying for the people in the comments yelling at clouds is like the big guys, they're probably getting their own way paid to all that shit. The Japanese event, the big guys are probably getting older stuff paid for. I would guess all of it. Maybe they can pay appearance feed money over there. I don't really know. But the little guys have to play all those and what he's saying is it's going to cost him 30, not 30, but probably 20 grand to do all those. Ish,

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Truss-Sunak Debate Scrapped After Host Kate McCann Faints

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Truss-Sunak Debate Scrapped After Host Kate McCann Faints

"In the telegraph, there is a story on the Rishi sunak and Liz trust debate yesterday, which ended when Kate McCann, the moderator, fainted. Now, their moderators stand at the debates that I have done both in 2016 and this past year in Ohio for the Senate in Minnesota for the governorship in Arizona for the state Senate for the United States Senate and the governorship. I sat. I don't want to lock my knees in faint. I've seen choir members go down doing that. And that's what happened. She's fine. The debate was 30 minutes, but the war goes on over there. Liz truss has got the high ground. Chief for cutting taxes and regulations, Richie student act last night said me too. I'm going to cut taxes to 2.8 rashi.

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The Missed Chance to Interview Gov. Ron DeSantis

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

The Missed Chance to Interview Gov. Ron DeSantis

"Bill knows everybody in Florida politics. And I guarantee you Bill is tight with the governor. There was an event that the station put on where I was supposed to interview governor desantis. And they had me in a back room, a little corner room, waiting to interview him. One on one, it was just me and roger P shulman, the newsman. Well, a protester got into the event. One of these dummies unfurled this banner and said, desantis is a killer. It was something about COVID or something. Well, desantis is security team was then rightfully upset about the protester who crashed the VIP event. And as a result, desantis never came in to do the interview. I'm back there like a dummy. I thought, man, I like to think I'm kind of a big deal. Here I am in some back room and some kid who looks younger than Derek. He's coming up to me saying, I'm sorry, governor desantis is preparing. I was like, well, we're here to interview him. They made me wait for like 30 minutes in a room. It was so embarrassing. Never did never did come, never to get to interview him. And I love the guy. And I thought, I told Derek later, I said, if I was a different kind of person, I would bash the heck out of them. But it's not their fault. I mean, it was a circumstance that was unfortunate. Anyway, hopefully I'll talk to him, maybe this weekend. Who knows? Maybe Charlie Kirk will give his blessing and I'll get to interview governor Ron DeSantis, but I'll be at the turning point USA convention in Tampa this weekend. I'll be there Saturday Derek's coming in Friday. Tracy's even going to go. It's going to be a great

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Mike Gallagher Reports From Dachau Concentration Camp

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | Last month

Mike Gallagher Reports From Dachau Concentration Camp

"Never forget, of course, that was the reason we wanted to visit duck Howe, the infamous concentration camp, about 20 to 30 minutes outside of Munich. We're standing in an area that was known as the death zone. First of all, this is the bridge that would take prisoners over to the crematorium area. The smaller building was used as a crematorium and as a gas chamber, the bigger building was not. It was constructed over the course of a year by prisoners, but ultimately was not finished in time because of the liberation. This is what they call the death zone behind me. You see the strip of grass where if any prisoners made it to this particular strip of grass, they were immediately executed by the soldiers by the SS in the watchtowers. Then there's, of course, is this bitch if they made it across the ditch, there was a trip wire and then electrified fencing. Many of the prisoners simply ran to this area to be killed. They wanted to be relieved of the horror and the suffering and the torture and the beatings and the starvation. They were shot again either by the soldiers or they would lay, they would touch the electrified fence for an immediate electrocution, a suicide to escape the horrors of what happened here at duck house. So this, again, never forget. It's important to no man's inhumanity to man. The sheer evil that existed here, and this is

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Why Doesn't Clarence Thomas Ask Many Questions? Michael Pack Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | Last month

Why Doesn't Clarence Thomas Ask Many Questions? Michael Pack Explains

"In closing here, I have to ask you, what does he say in the book in the movie? I've not seen the movie. I've been meaning to. And I encourage our audience to check it out, created equal. About him not asking questions very often. What is the reason for that? We talked to him about this in the movie. Any more extensively in the book. And it's not too late to see the film, as I said. It's still screaming. You know, Amazon and many other places, if you go to our website, manifold productions dot com. You could find out how to stream it. And it's not an either or I recommend people watch the movie, and read the book, which is also available at Amazon and Barnes and nobles, and wherever else folks are sold. But he does talk about that at length. He really feels that each advocate during oral argument gets 30 minutes. And he thinks it's their time. And anything that any justice question or argument between the justice takes away from their time. And he wants to give him a chance to make their case. But maybe more importantly, as Mark was saying earlier, he talks about the process in the court and we are very focused on oral argument, but this is an appeals court, and that's not the heart of what they do. What they mainly do is write opinions, circulate them, discuss them. We're just as Thomas takes a leadership role as Mark said he wrote more opinions than any other justice. He defends them. He talks about them. He has a major leadership role. Many people now call this the Thomas court, whereas it's really the Roberts court, but in some ways he's the intellectual leader. And he just has a different view of oral argument.

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 AP Interview: Biden says a recession is 'not inevitable'

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

AP Interview: Biden says a recession is 'not inevitable'

"In an Associated Press interview President Biden acknowledges Americans are really really down From the virus pandemic to economic volatility and high gas prices the president says everything Americans count on has been upset during a 30 minute Oval Office interview he told the AP he's optimistic despite warnings from some economists the U.S. could be headed for a recession He says that's not inevitable and he's dismissing Republican claims that last year's COVID aid plan was fully to blame for four decade high inflation calling the argument bizarre Sagar Meghani at The White House

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"30 minutes" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

04:39 min | 2 months ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"We'll have you at the ready. So right after his agents arrested the fake kidnappers and several weeks before the capitol protests, this guy, Steven Dan antono, ahead of the Michigan Michigan FBI field office that was responsible for the question Whitmer kidnapping hoax was promoted to head of the D.C. FBI field office. His office is the lead investigative investigative agency in the Justice Department's prosecution of more than 800 Americans that are now charged for their involvement in January 6th. And again, most of these people were charged with trespassing also. It doesn't appear that Dan and Dan antono are de antono Stephen de antono has even been questioned by the January 6th 6th committee. Wouldn't he be an important person to be questioned in this charade of a hearing? Christopher wray, FBI director the same thing. To my knowledge, there's been no interview of these of these guys. And also where's the pipe bomber? You guys remember that pipe bomber we saw pictures of the pipe bomber black and white. I mean, we had them look like a male anyway. And it's kind of amazing. So the FBI also appears to have lost interest in the so called pipe bomber, quote unquote, who allegedly planted explosives outside the DNC and the RNC, he had to be, he had to be equal, right? Equal rights, fair. So he wanted to blow up the DNC office and the RNC office. Yeah, that really makes sense. That was on the evening of January 5th, but they haven't been able to find them. That's amazing. Considering capitol police have $500 million, $500 million budget and then going back their own intelligence unit. So this is pretty fascinating to me. So news of the bombs prompted the first evacuation of the adjacent house buildings and sort of panic in the city and in mainstream media. The FBI claimed it would conduct an investigation and offered a reward for the bomber if he was captured nearly 18 months later. Not only has a suspect not been caught, the FBI refuses to release any information pertaining to an investigation for the pipe bombs have not been mentioned by committee members or the focus of any other public hearings, but they did have Chris steyer walk on the guy that called Arizona too quickly. This is all political theater. This is all political theater. That's what you need to know. Again, we've debunked all of the lies of the January 6th committee hearing in less than 30 minutes. Congress and D.C. city officials not Donald Trump were responsible for prepping for protecting the capitol. No police officers died on January 6th or as a result of the protests. Only four supporters of Donald Trump died. No one carried firearms into the building. Therefore, it is not an armed insurrection as a left and main mainstream media continues to lie about and create that narrative. The only person that was shot was Ashley babbitt and the one that used the gun in my opinion to murder her was Michael Byrd and he would lieutenant Michael Byrd and he was never even investigated. He didn't cooperate with the investigation, the fourth thing the FBI refuses to disclose information pertaining to the use of undercover agents and informants. So my question is, what is it that they have to hide? And again, this guy rapes consider that guy ray Epstein and where's the pipe bomber. So there it is, we've debunked all the lives of January 6th, no need for you to watch this nonsense on television. Don't waste your time. But here's where you can watch me. Again, be Carl Jackson show dot com to subscribe to the podcast. Everything is going to be fused together on the Carl Jackson show dot com for the time being find my podcast wherever podcasts are found Apple, Google Spotify, YouTube rumble, and guys, I'm asking you not just to like them or to watch them, but to share them, even take the time if you don't mind to review and rate. I know this gets annoying, but the truth of the matter is in order to get my voice out there and to fight for you and to fight for freedom. I need to grow this podcast and with your help, we can do that also you can follow me on social media. The Carl Jackson show on social media, Instagram, Twitter, Twitter is just Carl Jackson show because we couldn't use as many letters. But everywhere else, the Carl Jackson show on social media that includes true social. Again, that includes Instagram. That includes Facebook, the Carl Jackson show. Guys, I appreciate you guys tuning in to this edition of the crawl Jackson show. If you get a chance to listen to me, I'll be filling in for Dennis prager today, so I look forward to that and until next time, don't grow where you're doing good and God bless you..

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"30 minutes" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

09:26 min | 2 months ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Unbelievable. So for police officers reportedly took their lives after January 6th. So this wasn't the day of, but this is these are some of the people that the media continue to mention simply because they want this political theater. This, oh my God, the sky was falling on January 6th nonsense to continue, but it was all a complete and utter lie. So two capitol police officers committed suicide in the days following the protests, which is sad, but this is the truth. And two D.C. officers killed themselves months later, but there's no proof. Any of these suicides is tied to the events of that day. Man, honestly, four cops by suicide. This is really a disconcerting and scary, but they have a tough and rumble job. I can't imagine the emotions and everything that they were experiencing. I don't know if it was tied to January 6th. But I do have to say, when you know your institutions are corrupt, something that you've been working for, I do wonder how much it weighs ways on you. I really do. All right, so here's the third thing no one carried firearms into and to the building. On January 7, 2021, Pelosi described the previous day as an armed insurrection. This is impossible impossible because again, no one carried firearms into the building. So this is a complete and utter lot. The fact that the left keep using this is what the left does. They'll use the lie and lie and lie and lie and lie until people believe the line. They keep using this word insurrection. I guarantee, you know, what, 70% of their voters couldn't even spell the word insurrection before the Democrats and Nancy Pelosi started using the word. They didn't even know what it was. As a matter of fact, many of them don't to this day. Because there has to be some type of armed takeover and there wasn't an attempt for an armed takeover. And many other videos that they're showing, even on this January 6th committee hearing to you some of the viewers that may have been watching it or edit it videos. I would like to know. Where are the remaining over 10,000 hours of video? Where is it? Why can't we see it? Why don't they want to show it? You mean, this is all they have leading up to 2022. They want to bring back an 18 month old story that people aren't affected by. I guarantee you when people go to fill up gas, they don't give a damn about January 6th or when they go to buy groceries and groceries are, I mean, have skyrocketed in price. Do you think they care about this stuff? Of course, they don't, all right? So again, January 7, 2021, Pelosi described the previous day as an armed insurrection, a narrative that persisted for months. The public was led to believe gun toting Trump supporters stormed quote unquote. The building with intent to harm or even kill lawmakers in an attempt to overthrow the government, nothing could be further from the truth now, nearly 18 months later, no one has been charged. No one. To this day, no one has been charged with insurrection. So if that was an insurrection, how is it that all of these people that you are keeping in jail on constitutionally, by the way, these people weren't even allowed to post bond many of them being kept in jail first time offense or trespassing being brought up on trespassing charges, having to denounce Trump basically in order to get anywhere oftentimes, it's completely insane. These people are political prisoners. A good majority of them. Now nearly 18 months later, again, no one has been charged with carrying a firearm into the building on January 6th, four men were charged with possessing or carrying a firearm on capitol grounds. However, including one man who was arrested that evening after the protest ended. So they weren't even associated with this protest. Again, you had Michael bird that shot babbitt, he was the only person who used a gun on January 6th. And near point Blake range, by the way, when he shot babbitt, he could have given her some type of warning and he was exonerated by the Justice Department and the capitol police officials. He remains on the job. We did find out later that he was never even investigated. He didn't even cooperate with the investigation because they knew all along. He was going to walk away Scot free because the left hat what they wanted. And that was the narrative. Now, the fourth thing, the FBI refuses to disclose information, pertaining to the use of undercover agents and informants. It's sad that we have to go to this, but we know that our institutions and our agencies have been corrupted. So there's been numerous court motions filed by January 6th defense attorneys for to refer to unknown federal agents that were present at the capitol throughout the day. The New York Times reported last September that the FBI embedded at least two informants in the Proud Boys of this group that's named that they're trying to, you know, these are the terrorists, the Proud Boys are these white nationalists. These white supremacists who, by the way, many of them are minorities, some of the leaders are Latino. So this is a false narrative. This is the depths of depravity. The left is trying to go to in order to make sure that Trump can't make a return. Why are they so afraid of him? Is it because establishment Republicans establishment Democrats alike are up to things that are no good in Washington, D.C., perhaps Trump was exposing him. You may not like the way that he did it at a time. I didn't either to be to be Frank with you, but bottom line is Trump was for the people. These people are for their own power. So they've been using the Proud Boys and again informants to informants at least were installed within the Proud Boys and we know this now. Newsweek recently revealed that Jeffrey Rosen. That's the acting attorney general at the time, summit hundreds of elite FBI agents, including the hostage rescue team, right? To Quantico, the weekend before January 6th. The hostage rescue team the Quantico was summoned to Washington D.C. for January 6th. So contrary to Jeffrey Rosen's public testimony, according to newsweek, those agents were deployed to downtown D.C. the morning of January 6th and some even had a shoot to kill authority if necessary for protesters. And then you have the FBI counter terrorism chief Jill, what's her name, Jill Jill Sanborn. She was grilled by senator Ted Cruz, so during her Senate testimony on the one year anniversary of the protests, FBI counter terrorism, chief Joe Sanborn, rebuffed questions about whether FBI agents or informants engage in or provoke violent behavior on January 6th. She also refused to explain why ray eps, whereas Reyes, you guys remember that guy, a man seen multiple times on camera telling people encouraging people to go inside of the capitol. Unbelievable. He was removed from the agency's most wanted list. And so far, there's been no arrest of ray Epps. So what's the deal with Reeves? We've seen him on camera, plenty of times. Raps encouraging people, you know, stolen people exhorting people, hey, let's go inside of the capitol. It's pretty amazing. Now, remember the Gretchen Whitmer host? Guys, it's sorry, but we live in a we live in a time and era where we can no longer trust our institutions. I'm not saying that there aren't any good people in there, but apparently the good people aren't the ones that are running shop, you got all these little left wing wookies or woke people that are graduating from college and going into these institutions and they're radicalized by the time they get out of college and their mission and purpose in life is to destroy everything that is good about America, claiming that it's systemically racist and all this kind of nonsense and these woke people go in. They get in the FBI, they get into the DoJ and then here we are. All right, so just going back to the Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping hope hoax as whitner as Whitmer kidnapping hoax, quote unquote from Julie Kelly of American greatness. Demonstrated the FBI's deeply involved in the surveillance and set up of Americans, agency considers quote anti government close quote extremists, a Michigan jury in April, quit it to men charged in the hoax after defense attorneys successfully argued they were entrapped by the FBI that whole story about Gretchen Whitmer being kidnapped. They had men literally FBI informants were the one that wants that develop the plan and recruited people. One who I understand is mentally challenged to say to say the least into this little charade that they would kidnap Gretchen Whitmer, but it was the FBI that developed a plan that they get, you know, all of the schemes, the resources together, weaponry together, all of the stuff that they needed, the FBI did and they entrapped these. They entrapped these guys. So the jury, unfortunately, can not reach a verdict on two other defendants who now face a second trial. I have prayed to God that these people are allowed to walk further. Stephen Dan Antonio or antono head of the Michigan FBI field office, primarily responsible for the Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping hoax, was promoted to head of the D.C. FBI field office in mid October of 2020. So Democrats said you did a good job performing that hoax there in the event that we need to develop another hoax this is me talking now..

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"30 minutes" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

05:21 min | 2 months ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"So that's Ashley babbitt. That's Roseanne boylan, Kevin greason, and Benjamin Phillips. They all died on January 6th, babbitt, of course you know. She was an unarmed veteran who posed no lethal threat and she was shot and killed by capitol police officer Michael bird. I believe she was murdered. In my opinion, I believe that she was murdered. This guy who had already gotten in trouble for leaving his firearm behind in a restroom before. This guy comes out Willy nilly shoots her in the neck. Well, she shouldn't. She shouldn't have been breaking into the capitol. Well, we haven't seen all of the video evidence. Remember, there's 14,000 hours of video evidence and there's only been a fraction of it released conveniently. The only video that has been released seems to help Nancy Pelosi and Liz Cheney make their case, but there's been no cross examination. So we really don't know the truth. There has been witnesses that have come forward and said, what Ashley babbitt was trying to do was actually get in front of the crowd and stomp the crowd. Whether or not this is true, I don't completely know. But I believe Nancy Pelosi knows the truth. I believe Liz Cheney knows the truth. And I think Michael bird is guilty as sin. That is my, that is my opinion. So Michael Byrd, he shot Ashley babbitt, that was about two 45 near the speaker's lobby, and then boylan, Roseanne boylan, which she was the second person that died on that day, January 6th, that happened around four 30 outside the lower west terrace, tunnel where D.C. and capitol police were engaged and confrontations with protesters. And then there were witnesses, both Greece and Phillips, so Kevin greason and Benjamin Phillips, you want to know how they died. You want to know how they died on January 6th. It wasn't because they were insurrectionists, right? It's because they suffered fatal heart attacks after both of them were hit with stun grenades and explosive devices that were used by police outside the building that afternoon. So none lethal munitions were used for the very first time on January 6th at the capitol. Well, Carl, this is the first time something like this has happened. No, no, check the weather underground. There was a Puerto Rican terrorist organization as well that did damage actually shooting cops. All right, so this isn't even the most violent thing that has happened in the capitol before. This was mostly peaceful. You had a few people that get out of hand, but I do wonder how many FBI people were involved. It's something that we have to ask. And we'll get into that shortly. Brian sicknick, you guys remember Brian sicknick, that was the big lie that was that was promulgated all over mainstream media that the somehow he was killed by the protesters. Let me just read from Julie Kelly's article. Despite claims why everyone from Joe Biden, the local news reporters, no police officer died on January 6th for months, capitol police and the media lied about the death of officer Brian sicknick. Why would the media and the capitol police themselves lie about the murder of officer Brian sick? They accept to say, one can only assume that they were collaborating with Nancy Pelosi. I don't know this for sure, but Mitch McConnell looks a bit suspicious in this. As well. Listen, we've got to be open to everything. I'm not a conspiracy theorist, so you guys know this, but this is absolutely insane. The New York Times reported on January 8 2021 that cyclic had been bludgeoned to death with a fire extinguisher. We all remember hearing that. Don't you and allegation that was included also in the House Democrats official impeachment memo for Donald Trump. They impeach the guy after he was already out of office. Which is one of the most asinine things I've ever heard of in my life, but nonetheless, nonetheless, nonetheless, I'm sorry, nonetheless. This is how desperate both Democrats and in my opinion some establishment Republicans were this is these are the deaths of depravity. They were willing to go to to get rid of Donald Trump or to make sure that he would never return to office. Despite whether or not you liked Donald Trump, you can look at the policies that the left with Biden as a face has been have been implementing over the last couple of years and it's been a complete and utter disaster. So people are starting to warm up to Trump again, right? All right, the report was the report was false. The times retracted the account a month later. After a lengthy delay, the D.C. corner finally issued his finding that sicknick died of natural causes, a stroke caused by two blood clots near his brain. So he was not killed that day. That is a big lie. You still hear some people on the left and mainstream media talking about this complete and utter lie that it was. Brian sicknick, no Trump supporters did not attack him. No he wasn't bludgeoned to death with a fire extinguisher. He died because he had two blood clots in his head. It's as simple as that. You remember Nancy Pelosi paraded his family out, put his body in the capitol rotunda. Absolutely amazing to try to try to, it was just more political theater. And by the way, Brian sicknick from all indications was a Trump support..

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"30 minutes" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

05:47 min | 2 months ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"All of the lies real quickly here. First off, going back to number one. Congress in D.C. city officials not Donald Trump, not any president for that matter, are responsible for protecting the capitol. It is the primary duty of the capitol police board made up of the sergeant at arms for the Senate and the House and the architect of the capitol to secure the complex. The capitol complex. So the federal police force with a budget of more than half a $1 billion. $500 million is the budget for our capitol police on the on the hill. They employ 2000 officers and they house numerous bureaus, including their own intelligence unit, so the capitol building should have been well protected on January 6th. And but it wasn't. But it wasn't. Pelosi's and McConnell's listen to this. Mitch McConnell, the minority leader, the minority leader, Senate, the Senate, while he was the Senate majority leader at the time. Now he's a Senate minority leader, but this is very suspicious to me. Both Pelosi and McConnell's sergeant at arms denied requests by the capitol police chief for extra help days before the capitol protests. You heard me right, both Pelosi and McConnell's sergeant at arms denied requests by the capitol police chief for extra help days before the capitol protest. So the names of their sergeant at arms, Nancy Pelosi, sergeant at arms, his name is Michael stinger. STE and GER, the Senate majority leader at the time, which was Mitch McConnell. His sergeant arms also that denied the request. Man, what is his name is Paul Irving. So I'm sorry, I got that backwards. It's Paul Irving's that's Nancy Pelosi sergeant at arms and Michael stinger, who's this sergeant at arms for former majority leader Mitch McConnell. So as the chaos unfolded that afternoon, both Irving and stinger, the sergeant at arms for Pelosi and for McConnell continued to delay numerous pleas to deploy the National Guard, although more than 1000 guardsmen were basically stationed at the D.C. armory, ready to go on the morning of January 6th. They were not summoned to the complex until after 5 p.m.. Why the heck would that be? Then you have D.C. mayor, muriel Bowser, who also refused to activate a significant number of guardsmen on January 6th and said, what did she do? She authorized a few hundred guardsmen, basically to control traffic and to control a pedestrian walking areas and all that kind of good stuff. So have any of these people been interviewed by the January 6th commission. If they really wanted to get to the bottom of this, wouldn't these be the people the people that are actually in charge wouldn't these be the people that you would that you would interview. It doesn't appear that any of these people, there's no record of any of these people being interviewed. The sergeant at arms for Nancy Pelosi Paul Irving, no record of him being interviewed. Michael Stanger, the sergeant at arms for Mitch McConnell, no record of him being interviewed. And here's a crazy thing, the very next day on January 7th, both of their sergeant at arms resigned. Isn't that a bit peculiar? And here's something that you should know. Trump did authorize this according to cash Mattel. He was the chief of staff for the acting secretary, a defense during the final weeks of the Trump administration and Trump did authorize on January 4th two days prior 20,000 guardsmen. Now keep in mind, it isn't Trump that has the authority or the power he can authorize them, but ultimately it's got to be Pelosi. It's gotta be McConnell at the time that would have put these people in place. As the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi is in charge of the capitol police, even before Mitch McConnell. So here you have Trump authorizes 20,000 national guardsmen. So the president on January 4th, according to cash Patel authorized, the use of 20,000 guardsmen, but the activation of those troops would have required a formal request by either capitol police or Bowser's office. That didn't happen. Contrary to another widely accepted narrative capital police at several vantage points also allow protesters into the building without warning the building was closed. It's almost as if they were setting a stage for these protesters. Just like the political theater that we're watching, well, I haven't been watching it, but I have been reading up on it. I've been watching some clips. This is all political theater. This is all political theater. What are these people afraid of? What is it that they don't want you to see? Guys, this is dangerous. What Liz Cheney is doing with Nancy Pelosi is doing. This isn't just dangerous for Trump supporters. This isn't just dangerous for Trump. You're not just harming Trump. You're not just harming the people that you might hate that happen to be conservatives, Republicans or people that door Trump, you are damaging the country because you're destroying these institutions that we all should have respect for. But we can't because we know that they're heavily politicized now. We know that they're partisan agencies leaning to the left. Now, the second thing, no police officers died on January 6th or as a result of the protesters. So for supporters of Donald Trump were the only people that were killed on that day,.

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"30 minutes" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Podcast. All right, so the latest person to roll out are one of the latest people to roll out as a witness on the January 6th committee is Chris steyer Walt. You guys might remember Chris tyre Walt, Chris direwolf. I liked him. Honestly, until he pulled the shenanigans that he pulled on on election night when he called Arizona way too early, perhaps discouraging voters in Arizona to come out. I think it was 1% in at the time when he caught the race for Joe Biden. It was completely unheard of. So how he became a witness to what happened on January 6th makes no sense to me whatsoever, but he is the latest distraction, if you will, designed to turn attention away from the truth about what really happened that day and who was involved and all of the disturbances that led up to the January 6 protests. So who's all involved in trying to destroy Trump and the trumpsters? I got an article here from Julie Kelly, Julie Kelly of American greatness. She has been, in my opinion, the best journalist reporting on all that's happened with January 6th, all of the questions that we should be asking of our leaders regarding January 6th many, of which have been unanswered, but what we want to do with the help of Julie Kelly and her latest column on a.m. greatness, January 6th for none dummies is the name of the column. We want to debunk some of the lies, some of the myths that Liz Cheney that Nancy Pelosi have been promulgating so that you can have, I mean, just clear cut facts when you're defending this against liberals, perhaps people in the middle, perhaps lefties, and so that you know the truth. And so that you're informed. The Democrat party, their policies are a complete and utter failure. Nothing that they're doing is helping out the American people. They're doing exactly what they want to do. They want to fundamentally transform America, thus they want to destroy America, and they have nothing to run on right. I guess they thought that destroying the destroying America's economy and allowing illegal illegal aliens to cross our borders at nonstop. Food shortages supply chain shortages, tan pun shortages, baby formula, shortages. I thought that I guess they thought all of this would make us happy. So it hasn't made us happy. So as a result, they want to continue to distract us with this adjacent, stupid, stupid trial, and that's all it is, but I want to debunk some of the things and put it to rest once and for once and for all. So the first thing that I want to touch on and actually let me just name several of the myths that will debunk here quickly and then we'll get through them. There are several one is Congress and D.C. city officials not Donald Trump were responsible for protecting the capitol. So I'm going to talk to you about who's really in charge of who was really in charge and who should have been doing something in regards to the protests if these people were really sincere. The second thing, no police officers died on January 6th or as a result of the protest. So I want to talk about that because that is some lie that was perpetrated that was perpetrated in the media mainstream media right away. It never happened. We'll talk about Brian sicknick and who he is. That's one of the lies that we're perpetrated. No one carried fire arms into the building. Thus, it could not be an armed insurrection, like Nancy Pelosi and Liz Cheney and the other Democrats would have you believe. This is a complete and utter lie. And again, what I want to do is just go through some of the details of these facts so that you're well armed to combat the liberals that have been lying to us all along so that you know this is a complete and utter distraction. There's no need to pay a lot of attention to this or any attention. In my opinion, to this January 6th commission hearing, except to debunk the lies and the nonsense that's going along with it. The fourth thing the FBI refuses to disclose the information pertaining to the use of undercover agents and informants that were involved in the or were there were present during the January 6th, mostly peaceful protests. So let's go through these. I thank God again for Julie Kelly, a.m. greatness. She go through these. She goes through this with great detail and specificity. So I want to bring this news to you. I'll be doing a lot of reading today, but bear with me, if you will, and of course, opining on some of the things that have happened and that did happen so that you once and for all, get to know and understand just how corrupt many of the politicians are in Washington D.C. and just how corrupt some of the agencies that exist in Washington, D.C. are including our own Department of Justice. This is completely scary. I don't know that we've lived or that America has experienced anything like this before. I've heard things of Edgar Hoover's Department of Justice or whatever, but I've never lived through anything like this. I don't know how Sofia, things got back then. I don't suspect they. Were this corrupt but then again, I don't know, but this is really corrupt. This is completely scary. So let's debunk.

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Conservatives' Misplaced Criticism of Uvalde Law Enforcement

The Officer Tatum Show

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Conservatives' Misplaced Criticism of Uvalde Law Enforcement

"I want us to have updates. And for us to be privy to what's going on in the because there's a lot of conservatives that are out here, which surprised me. Are out here pushing propaganda and pushing lies and deception, I don't know if it's intentional, I don't know, but if it's by accident, but it has blown my mind. How many people have come out in such a disgusting way about law enforcement officers, and you've already. Now, I am 100% open to criticism of law enforcement. I am 100% open to people having questions about what went on and you've already everybody want to know, what is the time period of 40 minutes, 40 minutes, 30 minute gaps, almost an hour gap in certain areas. Everybody want to know what happened. What occurred in between that period of time and was that a result of poor policing, cowardice, or the police officers not having equipment that they needed, one of those options people want to know, there is absolutely nothing wrong with questioning and I would encourage everybody to question everything. But when you turn questioning into indictment, that's where you fail, especially if you turn question into indictment and you have no knowledge about what went on in that situation. Or

Breaking: Federal Judge Blocks Biden From Ending Title 42

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 3 months ago

Breaking: Federal Judge Blocks Biden From Ending Title 42

"Breaking news has happened approximately what would you say 30 minutes ago or so A judge in Louisiana has ruled that at the cypher by the Biden administration to take out title 42 violated the administrative procedures act And violated what he called the quasi sovereignty of the states Now this is very very important Ladies and gentlemen very very important decision The attorney general of Arizona you know Mark branovic who I've endorsed for the Senate He was one of the attorneys general to bring this case as a matter of fact The attorney John Missouri was another and there were others And they called this an invasion and they said look we have some sovereignty rights here and the federal government can't just blow them off any time the president or the CDC has a decision they're going to make And the federal judge agreed that there is a state interest not just a federal interest but a state interest obviously and that it would overwhelm law enforcement the hospital facilities and medical facilities it would overwhelm the school areas and districts And so we issued a temporary restraining order

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Cold Case Files: The Stories That DNA Can Tell With David Mittelman

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:56 min | 5 months ago

Cold Case Files: The Stories That DNA Can Tell With David Mittelman

"Comment, how much would you say right now? Out of people who have agreed to have their DNA testing and that are non governmental. So I'm assuming the DNA is like for myself who's still in the military. Those records are those would have to be warranted records. You couldn't just go search the DNA base of the Department of Defense. But these folks who have agreed in these public databases. How much, how much is that expanded the capability outside of the code is to do that? So you're correct. We only search publicly accessible information. Really not any different than like Lexus nexus. So the same way Lexus nexus has a curated amount of public records and they're able to return information based on an input. We do the same thing but with DNA instead of with data. And to your second question, I don't think I fully understood it. How much did these databases publicly accessible database that you're now? How much did they expand the reach or the look outside the, you know, you said 15% of you on these tests were not the code is. How much did that expand out for us to help? Yeah, no, that's a great question. I think I don't have a number, but I think it's tremendous. I would say the vast overwhelming majority of unidentified cases that we take on lead to an identity, if not immediately not long after. So that's remarkable considering that the code is system can identify these folks 1% of the time. I think it's simply invaluable. And I think there are countless families. We announced the case justice pasta. I guess just a few days ago, it was a case of this girl was known as walker county Jane Doe. Walker county is a small county actually just 30 minutes north of us. And we're a little bit north of Houston, Texas. And this girl was brutally murdered, tortured, murdered, assaulted, and left on the side of I 45. Which is the major highway that runs through the towns in north Houston. And it's been 41 years and there's just no clues. No one's come forward to claim her. No one recognized her. And using the approach that we just discussed, we were able to identify her in really a short period of time. And we discovered who she was. And a discovering who she was, the very first thing we discovered is that she had been reported missing. She was a 14 year old girl believe it or not, and she had run away from Minnesota in 1980. And by the end of 80, she was dead in Texas, and no one really knows how she got from Minnesota to Texas. But without DNA testing, to connect those two storylines, it just wouldn't have, there's no reason that they would have thought searching in Minnesota for this 14 year old that she would be the same 14 year old that was found murdered later that year in

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Geraldo Rivera: Giving Ottawa Truckers a Pass Is 'Very Destructive'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 6 months ago

Geraldo Rivera: Giving Ottawa Truckers a Pass Is 'Very Destructive'

"Listen to Geraldo Rivera, guy on the left, Fox News star, listen to his tirade about the Canadian freedom convoy. One man's freedom is at other man's oppression. Their behavior has been nothing short of thuggish in Ottawa. They kept people in the neighborhood awake all night, revving their engines, blowing their horns. They've deprived Ottawa businesses of tens of millions of dollars. Now they're blockading the international bridges. They are laying off people, cutting their ships short and automotive assembly plants because they can't get the parts from Canada to the United States. They used their crowbars to threaten cops who were going to tow their trucks away that were blocking. They've told tow truck drivers that they'll remember them when this is all over. A clear intimidation tactic. To give them the mantle of freedom fighters is absolutely appallingly naive. I spoke into my friends in Canada. They verify what I've said. New York Times has just reported me it's 30 minutes ago. The Globe and Mail that Toronto paper, this is for real. And now it's spreading to other far right groups in other countries and even to this country, I think Martha, I understand the frustration about masks and all the rest of it. But to give these folks a pass is, I think, very destructive. Very destructive, says lefty Geraldo Rivera

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The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | 6 months ago

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"In Chicago with regards to our black and brown community our arrested and brought in custody one way but leaving a body bag Police say Irene Chavez died at the hospital in late December after a suicide attempt and Copa is investigating WLS news time one O four All right let's take a look at your travel times in traffic Solid traffic inbound Kennedy will head to the burn is 42 minutes The outbreak is moving just fine and bound Eisenhower got stop and go traffic so that's from north to the tri state and sour between Damon and the burn for three 90 old post office will take you 30 minutes The outbound is moving just fine The outbound Ryan that was close to police activity at canal port to the Stevenson We've got solid traffic from the burn We also have stop and go traffic I 57 outbound between a 119th and a 127th street and other update 15 minutes Get your news on the hour the halfway to break continuous coverage at W all the same dot com on one cone 8 90 WLS news You're rich I was afraid I was scared I didn't know what to do Everybody wanted me to have a portion The battle for life is heated up in our country now more than ever One of the most dangerous places in America is a mother's womb The ministry of preborn empowers young women in crisis

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Biden Administration Is Transporting Illegal Immigrants Across the Country

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 7 months ago

Biden Administration Is Transporting Illegal Immigrants Across the Country

"And watch this. So we've been waiting for this. Biden administration releasing a long awaited report on migrant encounters at the southern border during the month of December. It shows the number trying to enter the U.S. last month higher than the three previous December combined. Bill mullerian on that story, some stunning video as well live in Brownsville, Texas. Wow. Bill, good morning. Bill good morning to you right now. We are in front of a parking garage in Brownsville where for the very first time during this border crisis, we actually witnessed the mass release of single adult male migrants from federal custody. Take a look at this video we shot right here on Sunday afternoon. What you're looking at are federally contracted buses dropping off dozens of migrants at this parking garage and what you'll quickly notice is these are all single adults being released almost all of them men. No children, no family units. And this raised eyebrows with us because single adults are supposed to be expelled from the country via title 42. So we watched these as these migrants were ushered into this unmarked office with a for lease sign. There were some black tarps set up outside to restrict the public from viewing what was going on. And after a short time in that office, we started noticing taxicabs showing up to this parking garage. The Laplace parking garage. We watched as migrants then came out of the office, got into the taxicabs and the taxicabs started driving away. So we followed those taxicabs. They ended up going to Harlem gene airport about 20 to 30 minutes away from where we are. And those migrants were just dropped off at the airport to fly around the country. We talked to a couple of them. They said they were going to Atlanta, Houston in Miami, and they had just crossed illegally and paid a cartel $2000 to do so. So I reached out to the city of Brownsville to ask what the heck's going on here and they confirmed their

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Kamala Harris Shocked Savannah Guthrie Won't Concede to Her, Like Other Left-Wing Media

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 7 months ago

Kamala Harris Shocked Savannah Guthrie Won't Concede to Her, Like Other Left-Wing Media

"Go ahead T and territorial integrity In this case I'm sorry and territorial integrity of your car to interrupt Well you shut up but I try and get a question in As you ramble on May I say with all due respect Well I'll do respect Go ahead But it is less than clear because 30 minutes after the news conference The White House press secretary had to actually clarify the presence You know what Kamala Harris is thinking don't you mister Medusa These people are supposed to be on our side I am stunned At Savannah Guthrie who's named out of a prominent named after prominent town in Georgia Savannah I'm shocked that she would dare to raise questions Savannah or is it Savannah Savannah Savannah This is unbelievable You're going to have to be demoted Over there at where is she NBC I don't know Go ahead Savannah I'm being clear with you right now Yes okay And so if you're interested I'll continue to be clear Which is not really I'm not interested in the least And so far you make no sense I don't know what you're being clear about do you Go ahead See Have had direct conversations Through various levels of diplomacy with poop

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The U.S. Southern Border Sees Migrants Enter With NO Resistance

The Larry Elder Show

01:57 min | 8 months ago

The U.S. Southern Border Sees Migrants Enter With NO Resistance

"Regarding the borders, this was on Fox News this morning. The thing that jumps off the page to me the most is that wild situation we saw in Del Rio over the summer with all those Haitians who showed up under the bridge you can pull up that video right here. Keep in mind, remember, the FAA had grounded our Fox News drone. So we went up in a Texas DPS helicopter and we were live on the air for about 30 minutes or so trying to show the country. What was happening on the ground in Del Rio and it was just a jaw dropping situation. We were watching thousands of people literally just walking across the dam in the Rio Grande and just showing up in the United States, no resistance whatsoever and then camping out underneath the bridge. We were watching these people just walking in from Mexico, no resistance on either side, and you can see the ground video we shot as well. 15,000 Haitians ended up showing up and camping out underneath that bridge looked like a third world refugee camp at some points and keep in mind DHS secretary of my orcas, he showed up he had a press conference out there and he said he put a message out saying, do not come, your journey will not succeed. You will not be allowed to stay. He then later admitted that more than 10,000 of those migrants were released into the country, pending their future court dates. Another thing that jumped out at the page, if we can pull up this video, this was from August in the city of McAllen. This was when the city literally had to build an emergency tent compound for COVID positive illegal immigrants. The reason they had to do it is because they said the federal government was releasing so many migrants in the city of McAllen, so many of them were testing positive for COVID-19. They just didn't have the infrastructure to house them, and there was a risk of them walking around in public, so they literally had to build this tent compound in the middle of a public park, and they'll do us park to house thousands of these COVID positive, illegal immigrants, keep in mind, the Catholic charity out there had been quietly trying to house COVID positive migrants in hotels without telling local cities, that all blew up when some of them went into a water burger and started coughing on

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An Open Invite for Attorney General Merrick Garland to Join Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 11 months ago

An Open Invite for Attorney General Merrick Garland to Join Mark Levin

"I've asked over at Fox that they reach out to the attorney general Merrick Garland and invite him on my Sunday show life liberty and Levin Hope springs eternal They have called the public affairs office of the Department of Justice the director to fill out a media request form which we did Says they check at every 30 minutes during business hours so they will be seeing it It doesn't allow you to leave a message We also emailed four different entities within the department including the DOJ spokesperson main press email and two women who work in media So we've reached out across the board to see if Merrick Garland will come on my show Sunday I'll clear it out He and I can have a one on one discussion About what he's done with this memo as well as all other things that he's been doing in the Department of Justice It's not he's a very smart man He was a circuit court judge He was going to be on the Supreme Court if the left had their way So little me radio host I'm sure he could outgun me So let's help Merrick Garland takes me up on my request

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"30 minutes" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast

Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast

06:49 min | 11 months ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast

"You actually came up with because you could be surprised. What's laying around your house with like. That's impacting your energy. Or would you like to start seeing things gushing into your life all the good stuff flowing in yes. I absolutely love talking to. Miriam you know so many people say oh function. Is that about moving furniture. And i'm like no. It is about on locking and really topping into the flow of all the juicy. Nece mariam's amount of fasting teacher. I just love how this became the final piece of the manifesting jigsaw puzzle for her check it out a couple of times and it was only the second time that we go to have a really good conversation about what i actually do. I teach people how to get themselves in alignment in vibrational alignment. And it's kind of how live my life and then it occurred to me that it's actually really important to do that with your harmon the spice you living. So that everything is in alignment. It's not because you're not a single unit that exists on. Its own you. It's all energy and we're constantly interacting in changing with the spice around us. So i decided that it was something a really wanted to do and i was really to see what would happen. If for the french way i was. We were doing well and you know. I have a lovely loving relationship and got some lovely kids with relationships particularly i really noticed especially with the children there was always like a bit of an unease. You know when you can just tell that they feel awkward. Unsal would just their age. It's teenagers are in that kind of thing and in business. If it's school it's been good but still felt like had work and they'd be the kind of it too much boston boone. Kind of cycle which really conscious of really wanting to work through and solves really focus on my own vibration in al vibration. Kind by binding husband. Things not going for play undoing the way so that's kind of where we're at good but do some some some underlying. It's not as good as a shoot be. I decided to just when out do things. I'd do the full out so i went for it. Added every single thing you told me to do. We went out. We got all the remedies. Put them in straightaway. I'm really lucky that. I've got a super supportive partner and all my god. It's been epic like the sheafs. Where mpc. I'm fairly sensitive to energy anyway so i could feel you know. Just everything shifting the energy in the home shifting of that's nice that's like it out of it. I'm happy but it. It started with actually united. Just doing a quit cool. Where shifted my office around. And i just felt that and that was fabulous because actually really enjoyed sitting at my desk after that and not feeling like i was being punished and just wanting to get out of there but once we added the remedies in the highest major remedies and so on everything started flowing so my husband has been running at finance business since Out to run my business all of this year on his own suddenly been crazy. He had the biggest year we've had in probably two or three years. He's done at all his own. Everything's just floyd. He's got some amazing backup support that he's found who fantastic and this was after having online support person gone maternity leave and thinking. Oh my god. What are we going to do. So that's an amazing at the biggest month in what two three my business. It's been really amazing. Because i have made so much money. In fact my business some business has reached a certain level which i wanted to move on from because this is the first time in minute but it they doubled once put with remedies in saimaa. Turn a double the next month. And then the next month. I added like triple from where i was before the fang sanctuary. And it's been really easy. That's the thing it's all happened really easily without me. Having to work out in fact a more relaxed weren't floor. And it's just it's like somebody plucked pebble out of a pipe that was blocking the flow announced discussion. I think every facet of alive has changed. When i ride my tension for the coles wanted to have mohammed his family relationships and for everyone to be more comfortable coming and going in the home because it tends to be a little bit quiet and all of that happened so the kids popping much more often and they really relaxed. When they hear the scurry off to the room. The hang out a healthy cool. They just happy end madman i. It's really weird. Because i've got i mean sometimes i'll have funny internet but not at the moment. It seems to be fine not paying coulter. I'm still got to remedies to putting like. I'm waiting on my the water. Tornadoes order on ebay. So it's all good. It's just incredible. And it's so funny because we go at the back and we check out barrels. make sure to still running. Did you love that condo. With mariam all my god. I love her vibe so powerful potent and her success has just been absolutely a just delighted to witness so want some magic like her things starting to flow. Come and join me in my master class at the jersey. Lohan dot com forward slash masterclass. This training is going to give you step by step instructions how to get started turning things into the flow and gushing in the most positive powerful way for you. Thank you so much for listening to the live. your dreams podcast with myself patricia. Low and i appreciate your time and i really look forward to sharing some really amazing future episodes with you now as a thank you for joining the show. I want to give you a free meditation that i created called step into success. It's a powerful meditation to help to step in visualize your highest potential. So all you have to do is go to go. Geo dost patricia lohan dot com ford slash high vied that's go dot patricia. Lohan dot com ford sauce pie vied. And if you haven't done already please do. Hit the subscribe button. So you won't miss any more of these incredible episodes that i've lined up for you on proxy even leave a review for us on i tunes. I'd be so grateful. Now i'm gonna leave you with this quote from henry. David thorough my favorite close. Why is the team of our podcast. Living our dreams awake as he says our truest life is when we are in dreams awake. Lots of love from valley and we'll see soon bye..

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"30 minutes" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast

Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast

07:03 min | 11 months ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast

"We are talking about how to folks way room in thirty minutes or less. Yes you can do it. And actually i probably punctuate my entire house in thirty minutes or less times. Because i'm a bit of a dab hand on making sure we'd be energy right now when it comes to folks wait. It is a journey. It is a process. And when i work with my clients in my powerhouse program we really dive into some nitty gritty. Specific things that need to be placed in specific parts of the house. But what i want to share with you. Today is just some simple practices that you can use around your home in one room that you know needs to be tackled or looked at or something in your life feels a bit ajar in that part so you can really focus on that part today. So the first thing i'm going to talk about is picking the room so whatever room it is that you want to tackle. You have to think about the function of that room. So in funkaway which is kind of beyond the scope of today's video is just looking at each area of your home represents a different part of your life. And then compounded with that is the fact that every room in your house has a function here. I am in my kitchen. Dining room we easier. We relax here. We call care so you have to decide and think about. What is the function of the room that you wanna folks way so it's your bedroom your office or your living room. How is that used. And what's at four. So i do have separate videos. That are done on teaching phone. Call your bedroom how to folks way your office and go check those out. I'm sure i have one living room soon. So go check out those videos. I am to get you kind of in the setup of those but first of all you want to think about the actual function of it. So for example. Your bedroom is somewhere that you want to sleep it somewhere for relaxation. So what i wanted to do with any of these rooms is get clear on what you're going to do in that space and then make sure that what's in that room a lines with that function so for example. Your living room is where you're going to come together as a family so you wouldn't want your office equipment or all your laptops and all of your books your workbooks in your living room. Because that's going to distract from the function of that room and it's another story of your office is part of that and definitely check out my office video on that to kind of create boundaries book again. Let's look at the living room. What would you have in your living room. It's going to need chairs comfortable. But also maybe the artwork on the walls would want to have a community a group of people maybe as opposed to like one dollars three person sitting on their own. You know so. Think about what you have not home in that area. Not room in this function. And how does it align what it is. You want to create that space for so the thirty minutes that you have the first thing i wanted to do with the room when you've decided the function of the room is this then you know to think and look with fresh eyes. This is one of my favorite exercises when it comes to folks way because all the time we live in our homes and we just passed by the things that are hanging their the things on the shelves. We don't give ourselves an opportunity to really focus and look at what is in the rue and doesn't align with the function of the room. Does it support me in what i want to call into my life and is that working you know is it. Is it of use to me anymore. Do i need to do. I use it so with fresh eyes. I want you to imagine you walk into that room for the first time and right now i'm just thinking of my own living room and i have a beautiful statue that i got this people holding hands together and i love it i really for me represents people coming together which mirrors my intention for our living room and it is a place that when people come to our house. The always end up sitting there in a circle connecting. I'm chatting so of a really nice thing to kind of think about it now if it was your living room. And you're like what another thing you could bring into some family photos. So you're doing the fresh is you're looking at everything and you're making sure that is aligned to what you want and then if it's not or if it's broken or not working you want to let it go so it is time to release anything in that room or that space. That is not serving you so for example the living room can be a place where all the old. Dvd's were stacked up or loads of books and magazines stocked up and where things get stacked up and kind of left and not look that that creates stagnancy in the environment so environment starts to become stuck and stiff. And that's where we we wanted punctuate we want things to flow and to move so give yourself a chance to look at everything and just clear out stock magazines. Maybe bring them down to. How are you going to read them again. Are you going to use them again. And the next thing. I would say to you that is to visit my space clearing video on how to release negative energy now that one talks about negative energy but actually like ami room can some residual energy could be just a conversation that you were complaining about someone or just something that you've got frustration with someone in your house. You know so. I would definitely recommend doing a little space clearing as well and that can be done so simply so check out my video on how to do a space clearing and remove negative energy from your home and do that on the room. I will really start to lift the energy of the space and then just with fresh eyes off your inish started. Just ask the space like what would feel really good for me to come bring into this space so i remember doing that in my living room. I'm being like i would love some more luxurious cushions. Like i really want to feel way more. Cosy in this space so i got some new questions on the space. Just felt like a little. Bit more uplifted. So there's some simple little things that you can do to move around each room and punctuated them in like less than thirty minutes and with very little effort and change that energy very quickly. So i have an incredible guide for you. That is a checklist. That's going to show you room by room. What exactly you doing to improve the flow of energy and activate in your home. This guide and checklist is usually just for my clients. So you're in luck that you'll be able to get it today at the gift from me. You can grab that guide. Patricia llewellyn dot com board slash checklist. And that will move you through every single room to way your space and get that flow of all the things that you want coming into your life easy peasy. I would love to hear if there is a room in particular that you're going to tackle after this video. Is it your bedroom isn't your living room is at your kitchen and tell me what you think you're going to come up with and maybe afterwards chair with me we've done. The fresh is exercise loss..

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Fast Hiring: UPS to Hire 100,000, Many in 30 Minutes or Less

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Fast Hiring: UPS to Hire 100,000, Many in 30 Minutes or Less

"UPS wants to hire a hundred thousand people for the upcoming holiday shipping season not only is UPS hiring but they plan to grab up those jobseekers quickly the package delivery company says it plans to hire more than a hundred thousand people for the upcoming holiday season many of whom will get job offers within thirty minutes of applying UPS needs to snap up workers as fast as possible because of a tight job market competition for hourly workers is fierce and many companies are offering higher pay sign on bonuses and even lower requirements such as hiring those without a high school diploma this speedy hiring applies to its most common jobs for seasonal workers like package handlers and driver helpers who take a package from a truck and delivered to the doorstep but don't drive the vehicle I Shelley Adler

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Mark Levin Calls out New York Times' Paul Krugman

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Mark Levin Calls out New York Times' Paul Krugman

"There was a piece in the, uh, New York Times by Paul. I don't know if it's Krugman a Krugman He's supposed to be the best. The The radical left has as an economist. But of course, he's pathetic. We've been trying to get in touch with this man. For how many days Mr. Pitt is here. Since Saturday. We've emailed. We've tried to contact and we've heard nothing. I put out a public challenge to him to debate me about my book. We've heard nothing. And I want to put out that public challenge again to, uh Mr Dr Krugman or Krugman to come on the show. 30 minutes, maybe an hour. Let's debate the substance in my book, the substance of the book. Cause you're a gutless coward. You're a fraud. I'm calling you out. And my time with a little munchkins. I'm calling you out. Tough guy, Big guy, right? And he twists and turns Frederick Kayak and so forth, and and I want to get into this with him. Starts as paragraph remember Austrian economics in the aftermath of the 28 financial crisis. Number of conservatives rejected Cain's economic prescriptions and claimed instead to be devotees of the Austrian school, especially Frederick Hayek. Question about how many of these sub proclaimed Austrians actually knew what they were endorsing in general, when right wingers talk about intellectual history. You want to fire up your fact checking For example, Mark Levin of Fox News has a best selling book, claiming not just that the current American left is in the thrall of European Marxists. But more specifically that their followers or Herbert Marcus and the Frankfurt school except that he keeps calling it the Franklin School, and that's where you lose it.

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American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

"First item is comes from actually from american airlines american airlines takes tick-tock to new heights with free in-flight access for customers. So of course. American airlines provide some free in flight wifi offerings and it just added tick-tock. Now if you'll know what tic tac is ask your kids. It's it's the popular social networking service. That's owned by chinese company. Bite dance and now on via sad equipped narrowbody aircraft american. Let you connect to talk free for thirty minutes. And there's a quote from clarisa sebastian. She's americans managing director of premium. Customer experience an onboard products has kind of a mouthful. She says faster. Wifi allows us to deliver diverse in-flight entertainment options and eve and invest in innovative partnerships with platforms like talk customers. Play the lead role in helping us. Better understand what content they want during their inflight experience and tic tac is one of the platforms. They love on the ground and we're thrilled to work with via sat to give customers free access to tick talk while they're in the air as well. I don't know do you think The typical american customer american airlines customer is a tic tac user or or is it just me. That's kind of living in the past. No i don't think they are. In fact i'm sitting here going. Why are we talking about this. I just looked it up the typical. Us audience tick tucker sixty percent. Female forty percent. Male sixty percent are between the ages of sixteen and twenty four twenty. Six percent are between the ages of twenty five and forty four. So yeah it skews pretty young and i would say it probably skews younger than the average american airlines customer. So big deal about it.

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"30 minutes" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

13:53 min | 1 year ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"Social influence in thirty minutes per week per day per week. So here's some tips. I put together for you. The very first one is about keeping your accounts aligned in this goes in branding you know the visual Aspect of it is what was naming because if you think about it View you have your facebook profiles that big banner across the top. Get your twitter profile again. Another big banner across the top if you go to your youtube channel big banner across the top if people see different things on each one of these platforms. It's a bit incongruent. So you'll want to make sure these things all aligned if it's at all possible And i think it is possible. Make sure all your names are aligned. So if you're using your whole name. I use tracey bregman Make sure that the same there on facebook and is unlinked in is on twitter Lock course on youtube. Youtube is the same for me. And then if you using your business name right keep it the same across the board so when people go to look for you on a different platform You're already there and again keep the messaging the same. Keep the branding. The same this really take you about fifteen minutes. And here's the cool thing going have to do it once. And here's a tip for you. So the most of the platforms. I know especially like facebook. And what have you in twitter They will send a post out when you change that banner across the top your facebook profile. This is a great thing to do and sends it out to every one that is following you. Everyone that has Is connected with you. So it's not like your normal posts. Were only a few people get it. And then he gets liked and more people see sees one at the time of this recording. When you change that banner up there everyone sees it. So if you're getting ready to launch a cores have some sort of event have something you want to announce go in there and change your panir but changed across all your pro- All your platforms. So again it's consistent and then when it's with change it back you can even use this To do periodic updates. So maybe you want to do something for mom's day or who know fourth of july or summer time or fall or christmas and the holidays and then back for new year's that way people get used to seeing those banner changes and you'd make put some messaging in that banner to get your tribe to raise their hand. Come pay attention to you. Come join your facebook group. Come join your movement. Whatever it is you have going. Come listen to your podcast again. That would be fifteen probably about fifty minutes or so of you doing that and announcing it again once a quarter once every couple of months whichever it might be for you. The next piece of advice would be interact with people in your industry that you do not know this about getting into the conversation starting a conversation and giving attention and this we talked about this last week with Tom anti-eta give you get so got. Get out there in. Give some attention before you ask for some ten attention right. You know you can get out there and follows him hashtags related to your industry or movement or topic of your passion. Get out there and follow a few youtube channel twitter account if you if you haven't already and then when you're there don't is silently consume interact with those in your industry right. Raise your hand answer questions. Ask questions even. If you don't know the people let them know that they're doing a good job and they have your interest in get in there and ask some questions and then you contribute to the conversation at your spin at your angle. Add your knowledge a you know. Obviously you want to do this. In a friendly and cohesive manner so that you're engaging in the conversation in kearney it both ways It's pretty much call this. It's like making friends right. You get out there and you meet somebody and you ask them about themselves and you listen to them and then you engage in a conversation us doing it online right say something nice be weighty you know ask them questions get them conversing and before you know it. You're kind of digitally hanging out. I not selling a service. You're asking for likes or comments or engagement. Boozer all that. You're making a real connection. This is where things really start and you can get in there and do this five ten minutes a day okay. Ten or fifteen. Even but i think it's five or ten minutes day to get some real good personal interaction going all right. The next thing is something you've seen me doing since i started my podcast. That was doing it before. Then but the podcasts are really began to do. It is gain on there and share your journey. Oh my god tracy. Everybody's doing that. No they're not. Maybe there's a quite a few doing it inside your circle. It might seem like everyone under. The sun is sharing their journey and trying to build a brand. It's too late to do it. You know what there's a steady it was done. Not too long ago i want to say. Mid last year may be the early part of last year that showed that on the online platforms. It's ninety percent passive consumers and ten percent. Contributors be a contributor if you think about it if only ten percent of the folks are out there contributing and based on the algorithms not everybody. That's in that followership of those temperatures contributors. They're not seeing your these huge opportunity view. The step in engage in the conversation. Start growing your own audience. Start growing your own tribe in resonate with them by being you and you don't. You don't have to go get in front of a camera if you don't want to. I mean twitter is you'll you could be very Contribute focused in tweets You know you could used power powerpoint. If you wanna go youtube i but i would urge you to you. Go ahead flipped camera on that. One eyed cyclops in the in the face and share. Your message is get out there. You really don't have to overcome complicate the process. When i started doing more and more lives on facebook i did while i was driving right. I'd get in my car. Flip on facebook. Live in a click go live and then when while i was driving i started sharing thoughts. Some sort of words of wisdom. Some words of wits didn't over complicate the process. Did i always look good doing it. Well okay i could keke No i didn't know retired. I looked at my face. And i thought good gotta have aids spots and my hair's a little dirty day whatever it is you know it who cares most folks out there. They're listening to you. They're engaging with you they're not staring down. How awesome or how bad your makeup is. They're listening to you in your message. So don't overcomplicated the first thing you wanna do is find your format and then stick to it and give them the place to come see you repeatedly for. Maybe it came those facebook lives and the podcast and the got those regularly. This can take you anywhere from thirty seconds to ten minutes a day. If you're going to do it daily you wanna do it every other day or once a week again still the same thirty seconds or ten minutes and i want to build off what i mentioned earlier about giving before you get. This is the next tip on. We'll leave you here is you're gonna want to practice giving in that. Expect to get right disc get out there and give value share content. Give drive people. Motivate them build your movements whatever it is. You're trying to get this out there and give one day after another after another in a. Here's the cool thing it doesn't always have to be about gore movement. Your podcast your product. Your service maybe in time you just pop on there and say oh my god. I stopped at the cutest little ice cream shop in this little downtown in the middle of nowhere in tokyo. Met this great couple. Who run the place you just share that kind of honest openness on your social media let people connect with who you are and what you're doing and then of course you're gonna wanna tag people that are i know. Gop first. let's geo tagged the post so that those at our local can check it out. You wanna tag the place that you're talking about. So maybe they'll get a little bit of a boost in they can send a shout back you a. Hey thanks so much tracy for the shout. We are seeing a bunch of folks. Come in as a result of that We definitely appreciate you write. This could be the start of something being. They may reciprocate. That may not the thing is you're giving value. You're putting it out there into the universe. Though in the universe as a great way of pain back ten fold. But i think than the end. Don't get discouraged if you don't see a return immediately. I think it will eventually. The real return in the beginning is going to be sharing. What you love of places. You love food. You love things you love people you love right it and let your audience your tribe. See you as this awesome. Well rounded giving person remember people connect with people not just those polished finely honed edited images. This one i don't know probably another thirty seconds sir. Ten minutes depending on how long you blab like i do. It could be more like five. Ten minutes You know once a week twice a week three times a week. Geraldo you want to do it. And here's a stealth tip for you Make partnerships and to join him engagement groups over time the platforms have altered their algorithms. I know way back when instagram used to show you stuff chronologically and i think it was around twenty sixteen. They did algorithm update in went from a chronological feet to favouring a feed of freight Of best posts right favored post with the highest engagement right some of the older platforms like facebook and youtube. Instagram they. If you're on those you're going to look at things like engagement pods. These rivers groups of folks get together and they participate. They had me. We have a common interest and they participate in each other's post. So you'll go into this group and they'll have common interest as you do and you'll post something and they'll go and the like and i'll share and they'll comment on your post in an yield. Do the same with. There's so these engagement groups help build that initial momentum to get your post up in the algorithms to get exposed to more people that are on your friends list because this little trick really just kinda signals the algorithm to show your post to more people and we all know how the algorithm works. They'll show you gross to your post to a number of people and if you start getting likes and shares and comments show it to some more more legs and carries and shama intel a point where you stop getting those likes and shares and comments and dwindles back-off so having a group of folks you know that will you know fifteen or twenty of net will get in there and give you some legs and some shares in some comments to get that algorithm going. He gets you exposed to more people at what you're going to be looking for. This can be an easy. One is like five or six minutes depending on the number groups that you participate in and you don't wanna abused this when you don't want seven people also insert meal combination posting on your on your stuff so get out there and to a group that really is aligned with who you are. What is your all about all right. There's a few tips you can do in similar humane may have known some of those you may have not but certainly with a little focused effort you can really drive up your online influence into your social currency that you can use in exchange for getting people to listen to you when you raise your hand in the buy your products. Whatever it is that might be on your agenda but again you're going to have to give in order to get high so that wraps up another awesome week here the dark horse h. q. I know you wanna keep giving all these great daily success tips to make sure you go down there. After i mash at subscribe button. Drop us a five star rating. Leaves some kind words in the reviews. Heck ask a question. And i'll turn it into a podcast episode in. Answer your question it. In the end the subscribe to ratings reviews a podcast platform algorithm settle if this up on those rankings when we were talking about the engagement fides. You're my engagement pod the the been the ranking so that we can reach more driven entrepreneurs just like you so please. If you're getting the value take a moment showed the love and spread the word and they come over to the facebook group night link will be down there in the show. Go ahead and click that they'll take you straight there or if you're in facebook you can go ahead and go to that search bar type. Dark horse tribe. You should see right there at the top. Come on hang out with his. Get the jam with us. A more personal level right. You get out there you run your race you get your results and under the group and let me hear about him. I want celebrate with you until next week. Thick successfully and take action. Thank you for listening to the guard. Course entrepreneur podcast. Thanks for tuning in. Check us out at. Www dot darkhorse schooling dot com. My name tracy brickman..

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"30 minutes" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

The Virtual Entrepreneur

15:44 min | 1 year ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

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"30 minutes" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

The Virtual Entrepreneur

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

"According deficit. The man who has nothing to give his place as it has been as a father as a citizen. Oh as a man and really if you think about it. It's quite a possible thing because it saying he's money may not be everything to ease the basis for what it is today. You need to talk a little bit about passion dealing with people and doing things in a certain way and that was the key secret formula doing things in a certain way now. The reason why we're used that they're doing things. A certain way is dot then caused a question for you. Have you ever wondered why on bicycles around wheel right. Almost bicycles have around will done woke around exceed bicycles with four wheels. People driving them around the reasons because there are things that and by just more on these things work. You're guaranteed to get results right and so in today's society we use modeling works but beckman glucose reading while the author professor is doing things certain way and that way is the way that work right and so that's what we talked about in chapter two and so we started to end the call to action. Was that you were going to go there at looking how things at being done and chris sutton modeling and doing things. Tina sitting way right modeling in at work so not going too much into that. You're going to start reading chapter. Once you've done. Reading can have a very key point strong key points on my own personal nod editor that then it called african. Which is why you will be doing so if you listen to Trump is to go back on their comeback with his. Angela makes so much sense other than that they choose. Could you feed don's sofa box and miss. I'm reading for you so chopped up three of the science getting rich. 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Now for all is largest tall might be built for family on earth building materials. That it's an under the intensive cultivation there cudgel produce woon cotton linen silk enough to crawl each person in the world finer dan. Someone was arrayed in all his glory together with food. Enough to feed all that is visible supply is practically inexhaustible visible lies really ease inexhaustible everything you see on earth is made from original substance of which things proceed. New foams are closely being made and old ones. I destroy dissolving. All ships assumed by one eas- no limits to the select. Fullness stuff origin substance universities. Made out of this. It was not all use in the making of the universe this face in through the trina forms of visible universe Community field with substance with the fullness staff with their own material of all things ten thousand times as much as being made my still be made and even then the coot not. 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"30 minutes" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

The Virtual Entrepreneur

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

"Use things right and beings because of the way society silver today to get anything. You need my. So besides being retrieved it becomes a fundamental everything you know. The book went in as far as to say for a man who cannot according deficit. The man who has nothing to give his place as it has been as a father as a citizen. Oh as a man and really if you think about it. It's quite a possible thing because it saying he's money may not be everything to ease the basis for what it is today. You need to talk a little bit about passion dealing with people and doing things in a certain way and that was the key secret formula doing things in a certain way now. The reason why we're used that they're doing things. A certain way is dot then caused a question for you. Have you ever wondered why on bicycles around wheel right. Almost bicycles have around will done woke around exceed bicycles with four wheels. People driving them around the reasons because there are things that and by just more on these things work. You're guaranteed to get results right and so in today's society we use modeling works but beckman glucose reading while the author professor is doing things certain way and that way is the way that work right and so that's what we talked about in chapter two and so we started to end the call to action. Was that you were going to go there at looking how things at being done and chris sutton modeling and doing things. Tina sitting way right modeling in at work so not going too much into that. You're going to start reading chapter. Once you've done. Reading can have a very key point strong key points on my own personal nod editor that then it called african. Which is why you will be doing so if you listen to Trump is to go back on their comeback with his. Angela makes so much sense other than that they choose. Could you feed don's sofa box and miss. I'm reading for you so chopped up three of the science getting rich. Wd wallace chapter three is over trinity monopolize because of what trinity has being taken away from because other people have monopolize could offense around maybe shadow from gauging business it in line by their other channels open to you. Probably because she had for you control vogel. The great railroad rail road systems that field. Pretty well monopolized by the electric railway business. Still in its infancy and offers plenty of scope for entertainment. It will be a very short bayview years until traffic interest limitation through the air would become a great industry ending off. It's give employment to hundreds of thousands hats to millions of people. Why not turn your attention to development of the annual transportation instead of competing with jj. He'll and other the same chairs in the steam railroad rare. It is quite true dot. Edu and works men in an employment. Steel trust you have very little cesc becoming the owner of that blonde work but it is also true that if you will commence to access in way you'll leave the element of that suit trust and you can buy a fund from ten to fourteen actress and engage in business. Production producers schoon foodstuff. These great opportunity at this time for men will leave a small track of land and cultivate the same intensively. Such men will suddenly did. You may say that. It is impossible for you to get that end. But i am going to prove to you that it is not possible and that you can certainly get a thumb. If you're willing to work certain way different periods. The tide turned to set in a different direction according to the needs of all and and particular stage of social evolution which has been reached at present in america east heading towards agriculture and the industry and professions day opportunities open before the foul line more than before the factory worker isn't he's it is open before businessman who supplies the farmers that before. The man who supply factory workers and before the professionals professional man on fhimah more that the one who serves close abundancy community or the man who go to tide instead of trying to seem against it. So the sanctuary work either as individual as a clause. I not deprived charity worker. I'm not being kept down by their masters. They have been not being rounded by the trust and a combination capital as us the way because they do not do things in a certain way if workers of america choose to do so they could follow the example of brothers from belgium and other countries and established grades department stores and cooperative industries. It could affect many of their own class to office and lows ferrand development of such cooperative industry eased a few years even a few years and in a few years coast take his position that industrial the working class may be mazda clause whenever they will begin to do these way and low for the same for them as it ease for all others as they must learn and they will remain where they ask long as they continue to do so. The individual worker however is not held down by ignorance. The mental fill lawfulness off the class. He can follow. The tide of change to reach reaches and this book will tell him how no one has captured by shortness of supplies reaches these mauvais. Now for all is largest tall might be built for family on earth building materials. That it's an under the intensive cultivation there cudgel produce woon cotton linen silk enough to crawl each person in the world finer.

"30 minutes" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

The Virtual Entrepreneur

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on The Virtual Entrepreneur

"Chopped up three of the science getting rich. Wd wallace chapter three.

"30 minutes" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

12:54 min | 2 years ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

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I mean I debate and well two days ago because we've got a program called. I'm I'm a celebrity on at the moment we've got Caitlin Jenner non over you Aka. Bruce Jenner make one of sick. I got Dick Dick get it well. Well they did a decade jumped off and now he's still got to dig. The Dick is not been chopped off yet. Well anyway so if you say something about like if you call Caitlyn Jenner and he apparently you homophobic transphobic. Also the after identifiers wires it as a she. So it's exactly the same here. Is that when I hear about the cool thing. I listened to it and I was like. What's he sat this wrong? And listen to again. Oh okay honestly. It was pretty funny to spoil twenty years ago. It'd been fine now because the ones everyone's a funny and everyone's on supposedly and it was offended by everything is not something not something you can say. I'm with you and to be a full clearly. They've been tapes. They should've known defended people. But maybe it wouldn't offend anyone book clearly dead today Fox off on that on that side as well so I took took his regular accident investigation. Because I'm an avid listeners. PODCAST and I took his resignation as one of those is like you know what fuck this. I didn't WanNA travel anymore anyway. And for me to get the headache of something that you clearly knew because I had a conversation rich from rage workers as well and he said the same thing you you clearly knew that. That cornet is not shy from controversy. You clearly knew that and you have to understand that not to to say that you know what you're not gonna be responsible for yourself because at the end of that you have to. If he if he did it on a live spot I would say. Okay you know why is Corny You Kinda fucked up there but you recall this is prerecorded. You could have edited it. You got it right exactly and even so when it comes to when it comes to what wait wait. What you're you're you're you're buying into your ready know that there's a there's an audience that's already prejudging him? There's already audit already having this hindsight that I want him to fuck up or I know he's a fuck up or whatever and don't even know what the fuck is about. You know people are talking about. Oh I know he's a racist. I know he's always been raised kind of mind. You not to take away from. What was Release release a couple of months ago about him using the n Word Right. I'M NOT GONNA I'm not GonNa sit there and and she could say well. You know people have the hiccups or whatever and I said you know what fine. You're right fucked up moment thing to do. And even he said you know what it was a different time a different era and I should have said that he covered his own base case. Maybe the fuck man using the N.. Word when talking to John Cena and everybody thought it was fucking hilarious and it wasn't that long ago no no I I agree. And he's like I I'm with you. I mean he can't say I mean I like him and say ways I agree with some of the things. He says disagree with some of the things he says. I think the problem with him as a which isn't a bad things. 'cause I kind of don't want to be like this ball. He hasn't moved with the Times which is an entirely up to him. That's fine right bull. So many PE- economy. Some of these people are offended by not little thing they signed on. NWEA on supporters of the. You'll president I mean I don't mind your president and he's no my as my ball. You telling me that every single piston. That was offended by up. Doesn't like Donald Trump. Because they some of them do guys apparently racist and I was Gonna I was GonNA I was going to close off the show with that as well because I was gonna say the same thing that it's like. Wow everybody's so conscious about certain phrases certain comments or statements that are made but yet we still have this fucking asshole in our in our fucking a highest office and it's just like Oh we need to respect him because he's a higher authority but I'll get to I get the second I'll double back to that My my my my premises as you said. I don't agree with everything. I'm I have the same ideas and a in same thoughts that you have that where he hasn't. He hasn't moved ahead of the Times like he has. He has issues with the whole women's The women's wrestling in division. He has issues with the Kenny Omega. 's and the young bucks because it's more personal than it is Resting Wise I'm not like I. I said I'm not the fan boy that that I play off to be but I do enjoy show and I do enjoy other people's podcast you know even like Russo. It's like you know Rousseau. I can't tolerate a lot of his store process that his day but there's certain issues that he make about today's standard when it comes to wrestling I I agree Has has there been a real sense of entitlement with viewers listeners and people who say hey there wrestling fans to wear right now with social media. If you're just not happy with something. Now does a public outcry. Do you think that now What the forms US Open with these guys that it makes more of a hindrance to what we enjoy that it makes it problematic? The thing is is the age old phrase that people love to hate people. I recognized a lot of people. I mean I listen to podcasts. Does that don't have time to Jim. Listen to it out so the Shitload of every financeable. I make a lot of people listened to Colin. That's podcast just get angry just to try and listen so wrong and just to fuck it. Hey in basically and now that we've got social media and everything it's cool to fucking. I mean you know everyone's become English. We live fucking moaning people love to fucking Moan but at the moment so one says something. I'm offended by it. Goes all over social media. Ach is a prime example. You tell me in his whole wrestling career that he's ever wrestled say investment dingy. fucking tiny club. That is someone's not called him something racist before I don't know call the something other afterward. pissed called him something homophobic or something. I never mentioned anything about La now. All of a sudden he's on a big fucking multimedia company and he's got the ways and means to Get the publicity all of a sudden these new fucking voices colored people as pollock's ended the day like I said it's easy eighty for people to Moan and hey and got the voices viewed and it gets people in trouble. I'm one of these I mean I don't I'm not a big fan of trump but don't dislike I I don't like him he's just the one thing I respect about as he says what he thinks. Batteries absolutely insane fucking stupid faranoff. We've got a GAL reappears Morgan. He says what he thinks. And he like fucking you call and say both Appalachia. At least you fucking these guys know it got some in trouble. But why should they have to change because because people are postseason offended by these days. I'm Fox. I'm fucking seventeen stone inhabit. I'll eat like a gypsy. I don't get offended by. I am one fucking You exactly the same with what you said about yourself. Ilya people just need okay. Chill the beans stop being so fucking offended. PC by everything except the Fox everyone on houses they view as they do so yeah. I people have a bit weight bit too much power these days. I think Like I said he's to eat is so easy to get yourself noticed by being pissed off about something. That's really fucking important to be honest. I always said that That everybody should have a form because once you give idiots platform it brings just a lot of idiots to follow and that's not what we need and society because not every body body is conscious enough to lead their. You know you have to have a tribe and there has to be chief and there has to be the following following not everybody can be fucking chiefs not everybody can and it boggles the mind of individuals who believe that they're fucking in caves and you have no knowledge no experience no education no wisdom to even I guess toast bread. I'd never get this iron and I think this is where like you said the forum where everybody could just go on somewhere and believe that you make a statement and it makes. Did you know basically a a following incorrect I was speaking to a a wrestler. This past weekend. I don't I don't think you'll have any issues with the Ah Out speaking to us from W. and he was telling me about his trip to Mexico and you know he's a young he's a young guy and you you know he he. He was telling me about his experience out there and he's he was telling me about how he thought it was just him being a heel wrestler. Her but he didn't grasp the fact that in Mexico. They're very racist against Asians. This is this is something that a nights or even had issues with this is why he has a signature Hand gesture because of what they did to him in Mexico and I had to had educating it was like Bro. Great Gimmick was over. But you know basically because you're you're you're Asian that they didn't like you and it's just a long standing thing and and and I think that our day and age. It's just that we have come to the realization that even even it's what millions of years years of civilization civilization that we're all different but there's still a sense to wear that we had to find some kind of humor in what we are. I remember as a kid watching Benny Hill. You guys always talking on yourselves. If you guys always why do you even in my aunt my Spanish culture. When I look at my university we found humor in ourselves but but I also take it as we can goof on ourselves but we can't let anybody else goof on us like what does what does that mean? Yeah I know and I was talking about this. Ach you can use a day. And a thing. The iphone was like you said he'd proved the t shirt and obviously you didn't see it when it was blocked but what I found quite weird as you saw it what it was gray or we saw it when it was why defoe. That's all right as soon as it says block racist. Why why? Why can't can I be offended by a white t shit? You know. It's just not funny. I'm not offended by that kind of thing. And he really spent all Schwarzenbach. It should be happy that he's got sesia into it goes east don't don't focus since he was in. WWe So why is a guy like even if he should the guy should be fucking happy that he's in a company and he got for me but very very menstrual go very very angry about something that was clearly just a little bit of a mistake and it's a fight or are they biggest opportunity to be on national. Tally could have been massive. And you've got going all fucking menstrual pissed off because there's something that you could just go All big five hundred as blocking kind of Luke's bought face your mind changed it. And they would've fucking changed now and he was like a mega push they will..

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Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"I think at least a year a goalie. I would say mark shrooms yes. I was gonna say if he gets sow's ears off his mask. You know maybe whatever still thing just so offputting weird. I have them out. I didn't knicks washington. Capitals is a forty eight twenty six thousand eight one the metro but lost the carolina hurricanes and seven games in round one <hes> they lost a lot of depth pieces this year andre berkovsky brett connolly matt niskanen brooks or pick back but the big question for them is what will happen with jenny coups nets off who got film possibly being around cocaine denied it now he's suspended by the i h f he's not suspended by the n._h._l. Yet because of how their drug policy works but that's still kind of hanging over their heads what we think happens with this team in with him specifically so i was gonna say with regard to him specifically kind of nothing just because you know the way the n._h._l. Drug policy is like he's not going to get suspended because of that just just as far ars like okay hard news this deal i i. I still have this team in the cavs. I still great but there's a whole lot of things just just swirling around this. I hope he's going into his last year as a contract and backstrom and things like that so just there's a lot of questions i i can't see them going far but i i wanna pick. There was another team. I wanted to pick out. I couldn't do it. I have them in but another. I don't feel good about it yeah. I i had the miniature trust that much lastly the winnipeg jets forty seven thirty five lost the blues in six games in round one they have big r._f._a.'s patrick line and how connor still out there and so they didn't do a ton of adding this off season. <hes> mike question they are we still sold on this team is a locked plans because actually lost a lot on their blue line so so if the listeners have been keeping track of who have had in the playoffs. They know that i've already named off my eight in the western conference this. This is the team that i have out. Oh we're boring. I had the same thing at the same time what we all cool and then whatever i don't like all the drama. I'm a big non distraction guy. I don't like like all the drama that's going around with any. If there's any sort of hold out i think that lingers throughout the season same thing with connor and then just on defense. I think they're you know h and a little bit. They lost true lost meyers leonard their blue line. I was just like yeah yeah so so this is the team. I think more than anybody that you know like when you were talking earlier about the variance variance with this is the team i think has more variants than than dallas. I think did this boom-or-bust yup out. I don't have them in either. I don't feel good about leaving either either them or the stars out. I think both of those could definitely come back to bite me but someone had to change over because as i said it's about usually a six playoff teams change range from year to year so i had to take some people how plus it's tough. It's bunched up. There's a lotta parody. You know the way the kind of does everything you know. Other than handful of teams are talking. You detroit ottawa. Obviously there on the the lower end of things but you know you get that middle last year. I mean eastern conference was very competitive. Live for for that last wildcard thing so it's gonna be a lot of scratch and claw and fighting and i always right there in the middle yeah definitely well there. You go yeah. We just did thirty n._h._l. Teams in slightly over thirty minutes quite hit our target pretty good. We kept it pretty well so so <hes> thanks to all our listeners for listening into our little spiel there <hes>. We hope that you continue to.

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Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"I'm actually exactly in the same boat as you next up new jersey devils one of my other big off season winners they were thirty one forty one and ten last year third worst record in the league but it they added p._k. Souvenirs as mentioned use a number one overall pick on center jack use a traded for nikita gustavo from the golden knights and of course taylor hall who won the hearts trophy in two thousand eighteen is expected to be ready for training camp after having knee surgery in february <hes> my question dave taylor halls a free agent this upcoming offseason did they do enough to keep him probably not. I have them out of the playoffs and the reason i have him out of the playoffs. Is the goaltending again. <hes> i just question yeah. I don't know that they've got a guy or two guys that can lock it down for a whole year. I i love the moves that they made. I love you know obviously accuse accuse the draft pick and i love and let me back up on this. I love p._k. Sudan to the devils for all the reasons in all the exuberance and all those things things that he brings to them that franchise spotlight yeah yes but i just don't think they're there defensively and i don't think they're goaltending is there. I have them in but i don't feel good about it. Because i jump up from seventy two points last the steep one next up new york islanders a surprising forty eight twenty seven and seven last season made it to the second round of the playoffs. After sweeping the penguins they lost vezina finalist robin leonard as we mentioned to the chicago blackhawks and brought in semion of our lama who is the avalanches started to begin last season and then lost his job to philip group our my question can berry trots work his defensive magic again and make this goalie situation and defensive situation work for a second straight year so i actually have them out of the playoffs. I say no on that <hes>. I'll throw mitch korn whose goaltending coach you know the obviously the tip of the cap. He gets a lot of credit for for the work that that last year with leonard and in thomas grace <hes>. I not a big varlamov guy. Don't know that that if you're i think he's gonna be a lot of help in front of him but if it's him and greis i think they'll still be good but i just question how much they're going to score. I think ours on the big bounce back year really and i just think it's you know there's a couple teams. I think that are kind kinda coming up. You know florida montreal and whatever that are gonna kinda. You know knock them out of the way. I have another team in there that will get to but i have them out. I did see bastiat shoot. Pop up your next step. New york rangers third kind of big off season winner other thirty to thirty six and fourteen last year second worst in the metro. They added are tammy perrin to actually the pretty good contract for one of the best offense towns in the n._h._l. Used of the number two overall pick on a guy who i love to say his name winger cavaco my big question it does henrik lundqvist had one last great season in him because that's what i think it's gonna take for this team to make the playoffs so probably a good season. I don't know if he's got a great season left after they would need a georgia vita so bad with him so lucky. I'm not an announcer like oh sure ninety and these guys. I bushehr the bras. I just have to spell them. It's much easier. <hes> i have them out. I love the move. I love some of the moves that they've done jeff. Gordon gets a hold of credit for fixing the bruins eight days. You know as an interim g._m. We know way back when signing zeno shower and all these guys..

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Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"The goaltending i think they got they got every ounce that they could out of those guys last year and they lost their backup curtis mcelhinney right and so oh you know if i would nedal kovic i can't pronounce. I'm sorry <hes> you know he was really good. He won't call you up and things like that. You know with their with their minor league team but that's my big question mark and that's why them out yeah and just be clear like usually n._h._l. Teams average about six teams <hes> changeover from year to year in the playoffs so we've got to put someone out in south carolina. You're one of those teams make such blackhawks thirty six thirty four in twelve last season which got coach joel quenneville a three time stanley cup winning coach fired they added vezina trophy finalist robin lehner on one year deal the backup corey crawford who is of course battled injuries last couple years <hes> and they need to help out a defense offense that was second worst in the n._h._l. Season also old friend ryan carpenter now in the mix there <hes> dave have they done enough though to climb in what i think will be the deepest division in hockey the central. I'm going to put them in. I have them into and i really feel good about yeah yeah so whatsoever and so on. There's gonna be a team that i have out the that's. Maybe a little surprise later on <hes>. I love the leonard pickup. I think it's fantastic us a great pickup and at one year two that's it's a great deal yeah and and i just think the strom pick-up last year too if you look the second half of the season for them they were playing well. They were a bad team starting off and and they at least got over. I guess what quote unquote five hundred at thirty six thirty four and twelve we can argue that but there are team. I think can can make one final run with taves kane and in a couple of other guys so we have men but we don't feel good about it. Colorado avalanche next thirty eight thirty and fourteen last season. They won a round in the playoffs against the calgary flames. Then lost to the san. Jose sharks one of the clear winners of the off season. I have them is one of three teams. I thought hit a home run this off season. They brought back car one of the best prospects and hockey on their blue line so they traded one of their best defenseman for second line center in qadri also had a good depth in donskoy andrei broke husky and old friend peer edward belmar but dave my question to you is should we be excited about this year's avalanche team or future avalanche teams because they're set up well for the future. Maybe it's not not their time right now. So i'll give a weird answer..

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Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"30 minutes" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"The goaltending i think they got they got every ounce that they could out of those guys last year and they lost their backup curtis mcelhinney right and so oh you know if i would nedal kovic i can't pronounce. I'm sorry <hes> you know he was really good. He won't call you up and things like that. You know with their with their minor league team but that's my big question mark and that's why them out yeah and just be clear like usually n._h._l. Teams average about six teams <hes> changeover from year to year in the playoffs so we've got to put someone out in south carolina. You're one of those teams make such blackhawks thirty six thirty four in twelve last season which got coach joel quenneville a three time stanley cup winning coach fired they added vezina trophy finalist robin lehner on one year deal the backup corey crawford who is of course battled injuries last couple years <hes> and they need to help out a defense offense that was second worst in the n._h._l. Season also old friend ryan carpenter now in the mix there <hes> dave have they done enough though to climb in what i think will be the deepest division in hockey the central. I'm going to put them in. I have them into and i really feel good about yeah yeah so whatsoever and so on. There's gonna be a team that i have out the that's. Maybe a little surprise later on <hes>. I love the leonard pickup. I think it's fantastic us a great pickup and at one year two that's it's a great deal yeah and and i just think the strom pick-up last year too if you look the second half of the season for them they were playing well. They were a bad team starting off and and they at least got over. I guess what quote unquote five hundred at thirty six thirty four and twelve we can argue that but there are team. I think can can make one final run with taves kane and in a couple of other guys so we have men but we don't feel good about it. Colorado avalanche next thirty eight thirty and fourteen last season. They won a round in the playoffs against the calgary flames. Then lost to the san. Jose sharks one of the clear winners of the off season. I have them is one of three teams. I thought hit a home run this off season. They brought back car one of the best prospects and hockey on their blue line so they traded one of their best defenseman for second line center in qadri also had a good depth in donskoy andrei broke husky and old friend peer edward belmar but dave my question to you is should we be excited about this year's avalanche team or future avalanche teams because they're set up well for the future. Maybe it's not not their time right now. So i'll give a weird answer..

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