40 Burst results for "50 K F"

Stamp Collecting (MM #4638)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

Stamp Collecting (MM #4638)

"Day, The other the U .S. Postal Service announced the new stamps that were coming out, the new designs that were coming out for 2024. And it took me back to a day when, gosh, I was probably what, 12, 13 years old, I collected stamps. And I got into it pretty heavily for a brief time, but I thought, does anybody collect stamps anymore? There used to be stamp collector shops in malls, just like coin collector shops. You don't see those anymore. I don't even know if it's a thing anymore. Since the Forever stamp came out, stamps, there aren't as many of them. Prices, while they do raise, they don't look any different. The Forever stamp doesn't have a price on it, so the same stamp no matter what the price is. That was the one thing about stamps. You could have a six cent stamp, or an eight cent, or a 10 cent, or 25, or whatever we're up to now. 50, 60, I don't even know what we're paying anymore. I got my Forever stamp sitting here, and I only use one or two a month. I don't mail anything anymore. But it's interesting, a hobby that was so big and so popular for so many years. I had so many people giving me stamps and helping me out, and stamps from all around the world. It's kind of sad to me, something that was so cool and so interesting, thanks to the world we live in, isn't quite as cool as it used to be.

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Fresh "50 K F" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:01 min | 21 min ago

Fresh "50 K F" from WTOP 24 Hour News

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Stamp Collecting (MM #4638)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

Stamp Collecting (MM #4638)

"Day, The other the U .S. Postal Service announced the new stamps that were coming out, the new designs that were coming out for 2024. And it took me back to a day when, gosh, I was probably what, 12, 13 years old, I collected stamps. And I got into it pretty heavily for a brief time, but I thought, does anybody collect stamps anymore? There used to be stamp collector shops in malls, just like coin collector shops. You don't see those anymore. I don't even know if it's a thing anymore. Since the Forever stamp came out, stamps, there aren't as many of them. Prices, while they do raise, they don't look any different. The Forever stamp doesn't have a price on it, so the same stamp no matter what the price is. That was the one thing about stamps. You could have a six cent stamp, or an eight cent, or a 10 cent, or 25, or whatever we're up to now. 50, 60, I don't even know what we're paying anymore. I got my Forever stamp sitting here, and I only use one or two a month. I don't mail anything anymore. But it's interesting, a hobby that was so big and so popular for so many years. I had so many people giving me stamps and helping me out, and stamps from all around the world. It's kind of sad to me, something that was so cool and so interesting, thanks to the world we live in, isn't quite as cool as it used to be.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings U .S. Postal Service ONE 25 10 Cent 60 50 Six Cent Eight Cent 2024 12, Two A Month One Thing 13 Years Old Many Years DAY Forever
Fresh "50 K F" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:06 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh "50 K F" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"County Parkway stopped under a Gambrell Road for the cleanup. 395 -66 doing well. Set over to Maryland who had to breathe through Columbia along the southbound side of Route 29 after Route 175. That was in center the of the road looks like someone may have lost a Christmas tree unfortunately. Route 50 had some fogging conditions across the Bay Bridge. Be careful and have those headlights at a low beam and give yourself some good breaking distance just in case. Three lanes west and two lanes east across the bay. VW Parkway was a little below speed with caution north through parts of Greenbelt and Laurel and still moving well around the Beltway at the moment through Maryland and Virginia but with a little caution. Secure critical

Stamp Collecting (MM #4638)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

Stamp Collecting (MM #4638)

"Day, The other the U .S. Postal Service announced the new stamps that were coming out, the new designs that were coming out for 2024. And it took me back to a day when, gosh, I was probably what, 12, 13 years old, I collected stamps. And I got into it pretty heavily for a brief time, but I thought, does anybody collect stamps anymore? There used to be stamp collector shops in malls, just like coin collector shops. You don't see those anymore. I don't even know if it's a thing anymore. Since the Forever stamp came out, stamps, there aren't as many of them. Prices, while they do raise, they don't look any different. The Forever stamp doesn't have a price on it, so the same stamp no matter what the price is. That was the one thing about stamps. You could have a six cent stamp, or an eight cent, or a 10 cent, or 25, or whatever we're up to now. 50, 60, I don't even know what we're paying anymore. I got my Forever stamp sitting here, and I only use one or two a month. I don't mail anything anymore. But it's interesting, a hobby that was so big and so popular for so many years. I had so many people giving me stamps and helping me out, and stamps from all around the world. It's kind of sad to me, something that was so cool and so interesting, thanks to the world we live in, isn't quite as cool as it used to be.

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Fresh update on "50 k f" discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

00:02 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "50 k f" discussed on The News Junkie

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Stamp Collecting (MM #4638)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

Stamp Collecting (MM #4638)

"Day, The other the U .S. Postal Service announced the new stamps that were coming out, the new designs that were coming out for 2024. And it took me back to a day when, gosh, I was probably what, 12, 13 years old, I collected stamps. And I got into it pretty heavily for a brief time, but I thought, does anybody collect stamps anymore? There used to be stamp collector shops in malls, just like coin collector shops. You don't see those anymore. I don't even know if it's a thing anymore. Since the Forever stamp came out, stamps, there aren't as many of them. Prices, while they do raise, they don't look any different. The Forever stamp doesn't have a price on it, so the same stamp no matter what the price is. That was the one thing about stamps. You could have a six cent stamp, or an eight cent, or a 10 cent, or 25, or whatever we're up to now. 50, 60, I don't even know what we're paying anymore. I got my Forever stamp sitting here, and I only use one or two a month. I don't mail anything anymore. But it's interesting, a hobby that was so big and so popular for so many years. I had so many people giving me stamps and helping me out, and stamps from all around the world. It's kind of sad to me, something that was so cool and so interesting, thanks to the world we live in, isn't quite as cool as it used to be.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings U .S. Postal Service ONE 25 10 Cent 60 50 Six Cent Eight Cent 2024 12, Two A Month One Thing 13 Years Old Many Years DAY Forever
Fresh update on "50 k f" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:00 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "50 k f" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

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Miles of Marathon Motivation With Jeannie Rice

Over the Next Hill Fitness

05:56 min | 2 d ago

Miles of Marathon Motivation With Jeannie Rice

"Tell me um about your marathon journey how many marathons have you ran so far weeks ago three weeks ago ready yeah I did that was my 131 Wow and then 30 first marathon so you know it's interesting it's a funny actually I told my friends and family when I when I reach hundreds marathon I'm gonna stop running a marathon not that I'm gonna stop running I'll stop for marathon and I'll do the half marathon and I'll continue to run so 100th math and I went to Boston again Boston is very special I guess because I was qualified night very beginning so I went there right after my hundredth marathon I'm thinking already next math and I couldn't so many I still want to do so now since then I've been 31 again 31 more so I am you know still have several math and I want to do so I you know is it easy no training is the hard part as you know anybody can train I mean you get to the starting line we can all get through it math either faster or slower but to get to that point you have to train so train for so weeks train is a tough you know I run 50 miles a week all year round either I have a marathon schedule or not so I am pretty much marathon ready whenever I want to run math and I just picked the one and then I do so 50 miles a week a pretty much six seven days a week once in a while I'll take the day off but you know my day off can be real easy one you know three four mile or none but normally six days a week I run all year round so what made you decide to go from that 5k to a marathon what was there any transition in there any like a 10k then a half or anything like that or you just went from 5k to I think I went seven weeks in a row 5k but 5k is like my speed world to me I am more you know distance runner although I do have a world record 5k I don't consider myself a fast but fast enough for my age division you know I broke the world record on 5k 10k even 1 ,500 meter and one mile this past this year I got all this world record time but marathon is the one I really you know a good at it because a marathon time when I first broke a world record when I was 75 years ago in Chicago and I broke the world record by seven minutes yeah those seven minutes the German lady had it for five years nobody broke until I did it and then I broke that year and then year later I went to Berlin marathon and I broke my own record by three minutes so I have a ten minutes in between so but there's a couple ladies are chasing of course it's fun about it we are not pro runners but you know they are chasing my record and record will be broken some sooner later just like I did this year now I'm move up to 75 and I broke 75 years old record mm -hmm so Chicago I only broke by four minutes so I mean I said only because I was hoping for seven minutes just like I did five years ago but this way I can break my own record again because I didn't run as fast as I want I plan to and I was hoping to so now next big race will be London and that's what I'm going for okay so you're going for all the world majors yes yeah yeah I don't have any marathon plan before then I do have a USATF cross -country that's only 6k 6k in December and I have a math half marathon in December Jacksonville and then in Naples in January that's a big race I go to Naples during the winter time mm -hmm I live in Cleveland Ohio during the summer but it's cold in here so I'll be heading down in a week or two to Florida and I stay there till April so but there's a big half marathon in Naples in January which I do that every year and I belong to running club down there it's a huge race people come from all over so that's my my schedule but I do a lot of 5k if it's a local 5k there is 5k I run anyway because to me that's my fun run and it's a speed work mm -hmm and I'm not really good at going to track every week like some people do I used to when I was younger and I don't do that and I still go once in a while with the friends if they want me to go I'll go but my speed work is local small races or I do on the road by doing this you know running schedule

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Fresh update on "50 k f" discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

00:03 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "50 k f" discussed on Dateable Podcast

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Dr. Raymond Moody & Paul Perry Join Melisa to Discuss What Happens When We Die

Postcards to the Universe with Melisa

06:40 min | 3 d ago

Dr. Raymond Moody & Paul Perry Join Melisa to Discuss What Happens When We Die

"So I have Dr. Raymond Moody and Paul Perry. Raymond A. Moody Jr. MD PhD is the leading authority of near -death experiences and the author of several books, including the seminal Life After Life. The founder of the Life After Life Institute, Moody has lectured on the topic throughout the world and is a counselor in private practice. He has appeared on many programs, including Today and Turning Point. Paul Perry has co -written several New York Times bestsellers, including The Light Beyond and Evidence of the Afterlife. He is also a documentary filmmaker, and for his film and the book about Salvador Dali. He has been knighted in Portugal, oh, that's interesting, a groundbreaking book, this is, that combines nearly 50 years of afterlife and near -death experience research to provide proof of the existence of the soul and life after death from psychiatrist and bestselling author of Life After Life. Dr. Raymond Moody and New York Times bestselling author, Paul Perry, after spending nearly five decades studying near -death experiences, Moody finally has the answer to humanity's most pressing question, what happens when we die? And in this book, Proof of Life After Life, both authors reveal that consciousness survives after the death of the body, featuring in -depth case studies, the latest research, and eye -opening interviews with experts. Proof explores everything from common paranormal signs to shared death experiences and much more. And you can learn more about each of these authors if you go to lifeafterlife .com or paulperryproductions .com. Welcome gentlemen, thank you so much for being with me today. Hi, thank you, nice introduction, appreciate it. Yeah, thank you. Thank you very much. So, first of all, okay, so, Raymond, you've been doing this since the 70s, am I correct in that? I'll just ask you each, you've been doing this work since the 70s? And what got you into wanting to explore near -death experiences? Well, fortunately, I was not exposed to religion when I was a kid, except very minimally. And so, I grew up with no idea of an afterlife. And so, I went to the University of Virginia at age 18 with intending to study astronomy, but took a philosophy course and immediately got hooked. And particular the book was Plato's Republic, which is, oddly, about a near -death experience. It culminates in a near -death experience of a warrior. And not just having no idea that anybody took the notion of an afterlife seriously, I asked my professor and he said that early Greek philosophers knew about cases of people who were believed dead and resuscitated. But had I no idea it still applied, but in 1965, in Charlottesville, I met a man who had such an experience, he was a professor of psychiatry there, and that really got me hooked and subsequent to that time, through my PhD in philosophy and then three years of teaching philosophy at a university, and then going to medical school and ultimately going into forensic psychiatry. But throughout that career, I've interviewed thousands and thousands of people who came to the brink of death and had these astonishing experiences. So that's how I got into it. It's amazing. It's really interesting. I can imagine it is a long process. And Paul, I'm going to ask you the same question. What made you interested in exploring this? Well, I was editing American Health magazine in New York City, this was in 1988, and Raymond and I shared the same agent, same book agent. One day our agent, Nat Sobel, called me and he said, would you like to write a book with Dr. Raymond Moody? And I said, I have no idea who Raymond Moody is. And he said, well, he's a man who named and defined the near -death experience. And I said, I'm sorry, I don't know what that is. And he said, well, you know, for a guy who's the editor of a major health magazine, you really need to get educated on things like the near -death experience, which was an offhand insult for an agent to talk like that. And so I said, sure, OK, I'll go meet Raymond. And Raymond was living in Georgia at the time. And I flew down to meet him and, you know, Raymond is an amazing person from the first time you meet him. And so we started writing this book called The Light Beyond, and I just got entranced by Raymond's account of near -death experiences and the stories we would hear. People would come by his house and tell their stories. And it just got amazing. So anyway, we wrapped up the book, The Light Beyond, and there was, in my estimation, a piece missing. And that was there was nothing in the book about children and near -death experiences. And Raymond said, well, nobody's done much research on that yet, except for one guy, a pediatrician in Seattle, Melvin Morris. And he connected me with Melvin. And I did a book with him called Closer to the Light. And it's all about children and near -death experiences. And after that, I wrote that book and then I thought, well, there's something missing here. There needs to be a larger study about people who have had near -death experiences and how they affect them during their life. So we wrote a book about that and on and on. Every book I would write, I would find a gap that needed to be filled. And that's gone now through, I think, 15 books on near -death experiences.

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Jared Asch Asks Loella Haskew and Cindy Darling: Is "Measure O" Working?

Capstone Conversation

04:46 min | 4 d ago

Jared Asch Asks Loella Haskew and Cindy Darling: Is "Measure O" Working?

"Let's get local and talk about Walnut Creek for a minute. It's been about a year since we've the people of Walnut Creek have voted in Measure O. Talk to us. It's an additional sales tax to provide benefits for the city. Is it working and what are we doing with the money? What are the priorities? Start Cindy Ann and you can fill in the gaps. Yeah. OK. So the first thing we did to promise the community is to find an oversight group so that they look at what we've done to make sure that we live up to our promises of what we and we were going to do when we started the Measure O process. Interestingly enough, when I first ran in 2012 or 2011, I ran on a half cent sales tax increase and I got the more votes than I ever did since then. I think there were a group of people who knew that we weren't quite we needed a little extra oomph in our spending. We've done some additions at the police department. We've made some spending for attracting more people downtown where we're doing things, a lot of things in and around it. But the biggest project is the one that Cindy Darling is working on. And so I'm going to let her take over. One of the reasons I ran for council is it's important for a community. My kids loved growing up in Walnut Creek. They swam, they played Little League, they played this, they played that, they did this art class. And a lot of the facilities that they were accessing were built back in the 50s and 60s. And we all know things that were built in the 50s and 60s are now starting to fall apart. And we need to pay it forward to the next generation. And that was a big driver on Measure O. The Clark Swim Center and Heather Farm is one bad accident away from its pumps not ever running again. So we are working on a new community center and a new aquatic center to carry on the traditions in Walnut Creek. And that was one of the bigger drivers of Measure O. We are in the planning phase right now and we have a lot of active, robust public input coming into the process. We have a survey out. You can go to the city councils with the city's website and take a survey on what you want out of that community center, what you want out of the aquatics facility. And we're going to be working to get it so it's up and operational by 2027 and it's going to be cool. Yeah. And there's there's some concern over the money from Measure O coming up on the ballot. Do you I don't want to take up too much time going into every detail on it, but can you talk about what is coming up in 2024 and what impact that might have on Measure O as well as a number of other regional measures? There are two things to be addressed by the population. The first one is how many votes do we need to do to get permission to have an additional sales tax? If we go out for a specific purpose right now, you need two thirds of a vote of a community and it's incredibly difficult to get that. If you go out for a general measure, you only need to get 50 % plus one vote. There is a measure being brought forth by a business council that wants to remove so much freedom with what we local people can do with taxes. And so they want to make every vote a sixty thirds vote. And the thing that is most concerning to us because of our position is they can claw back a vote that happened in 2022 and say you have to run it again and get the two thirds vote. So so we're nervous about the business one. And we're also thinking it's 10 % of people will vote no on any thing that has money to do with money. And that's in order to get 65%. You've got to work really hard. And so a lot of cities don't have the capacity to get important things done because they can't get out there and get this full measure of voters to pay attention.

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What Are Energetic Activations? Photographer Adjanys Marrero Explains

Postcards to the Universe with Melisa

03:10 min | Last week

What Are Energetic Activations? Photographer Adjanys Marrero Explains

"Talk about like you do these, what do you call them? Energetic activations is your part of what you do, you like to do. What is that? How do you explain how they work? Yeah, absolutely. So during the photo shoot, just because I have done so many throughout the years and each session is an experience, but as I started to work with more people who are in the law of attraction, manifestation, and energetic, I noticed that while we were in session and the way that I directed them through the direction actually created these crazy breakthroughs. So I started to really get these downloads around how when you not only brand your vision and brand it for the world in a very beautiful way, whatever feels beautiful in a line for you, but you're absolutely almost able to break into that frequency into the future because a photo shoot could be quite a pampered experience. It could be like you're leaning back and you're receiving the spotlight and you're allowing yourself to be seen and there's nothing you can do except pose, you know, no matter how uncomfortable you are, you're still being held. And I realized that a lot of people, it's almost like they grabbed that future self and they just literally brought it to this very present moment. And I was like, it's like you meet your future self because you're dressing how she would dress, you're speaking and you're feeling into that. And I'm bringing that energy because I want you to be at your highest calibration because I know that's what's going to get captured in the image. So the reason I do metaphysical branding is because if you're in a negative mood, okay, for example, I'm sure you have a lot of listeners, but I'm a woman who is speaking to women, being in front of the camera is nerve -wracking. Yes, it is. So many body issues, so many issues, you know, it is nerve -wracking. And so when you are scared of how you look, even if you look beautiful, but your hair and your mind is going, I look crazy, I feel ugly, I'm bad, I'm this, I'm that, I don't care how beautiful your images look, the energy that is being emitted is going to put people off. Yeah, I agree with you on that. So what I need to do is to break people out of thinking about themselves and thinking about their clients. In my sessions, you're always constantly thinking about the work and the love that you're giving your clients. So when I capture you, I literally capture you the love you have for those who are going to see these images. So they can like receive something from that. So that's where we have the 50 milliseconds, you know, because we do energy work and we do it very intentionally. So yes, they look gorgeous. Yes, you're having fun. But at every step of the way, we're thinking about how we're serving the collective in the name of the divine. Always, always, always.

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Gun Confiscation in Biden's America: Will You Be on the List?

The Dan Bongino Show

02:14 min | Last week

Gun Confiscation in Biden's America: Will You Be on the List?

"Who have 100 ,000 followers. I'm not even mentioning their names, but just imagine for a second you garner 50 thousand followers. You're Joe Smith. You've got a regular job, living a decent life with your two kids and the dog, whatever it may be. And all of a sudden you start posting about and Biden wins, God forbid, in 2024, you start posting about Hunter Biden's crack problems and his paintings and money laundering. Oh, next thing you know, look, you get a knock at the door. We'd like to talk to you about these Twitter posts, by the way. You have a gun, son of your business. Well, actually it is our business. You have a gun. We'd like to see that. Next thing you know, you get some kind of flag red against you. Your guns are confiscated. look, Oh, they find a gun in your house and all of a sudden they make up some phantom menacing thing. Oh, he lunged for it. Meanwhile, you were seven rooms away while they're in your house. This is what worries me. They will use the gun list as a way to target their political opponents. Not that they're going to confiscate every gun. There's no way. They have no chance. But how would they do that, folks? And now let's play a little interactive game. But, Dan, I've listened to your show before. It's illegal for the federal government to create Yes, correct. It's also illegal for the federal government to use tax dollars to pay off people's student loans. But they do that. There's always a workaround for tyrants. And the workaround for the tyrants is the background check system. The federal government wants to desperately compile a list of everybody that's gone through a background check for a firearm. So they have a list of every firearm and who bought it. The problem, ladies and gentlemen, is the mandatory background check is only for sales from FFLs. It's not for private. So Mike if or I were to give away a firearm to, say, our daughters or sons, and they're not prohibited possessors, the government son of the government's business, your gun, you can give it to whoever you want, as long as it's the law. They want

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Chris Reflects on His Incredible Bond With His Daughter

Daddy Issues Podcast

04:52 min | Last week

Chris Reflects on His Incredible Bond With His Daughter

"Now, how is your daughter handling all this? Three years old, is she doing the sleepovers like great? Because I know you've only had a couple. So I just had my first sleepover, not last Wednesday, but the Wednesday before. So I've never had a time in which I haven't seen my daughter except when they withheld her. So it was like a month or two during that time. But no matter what, I was always, always seeing my daughter every Monday, Wednesday, Friday in the middle of the day, and every other Saturday and Sunday consistently. Never missed any time unless they were the ones withholding. And so, you know, the time difference has been difficult because like you're constantly back and forth dropping off. But for the most part, we have an amazing bond. Like I don't know if it's necessarily really affected her because the first overnight, not a single problem. Like she was like in heaven being here with Daddy. Like she has her own bed and I'm like, are you going to go sleep in your own bed? Are you going to sleep in, where do you want to sleep? And it's like, I'm going to sleep in Daddy's bed. I was like, but don't you want to try your bed out? I'll lay down, but I'm going to sleep in Daddy's bed. And like she just like sprawled out and she was like laying horizontal like my dog on the pillows. And it was like just, it was really adorable. But more importantly, like it was that whole day. I had 24 hours with her where like I wasn't in a rush to do anything. I just, I got to go about my normal day and I had her with me and she was so happy. And just spending the day with Daddy and the doggies and just, it was just so much fun. And then she's now looking forward to it because now she knows Wednesday's on my overnights. But then, you know, October is going to come really quick and now I'm going to have every Wednesday and every Friday. So it's really, it really was something else having her just the entire time without having to negotiate a time back and forth. And part of my negotiating now is like, you know, October is going to be an odd month for the other party because I have her every Friday. Which doesn't give her a weekend. And so I even offered, like, you know, here I am, like, I'm like, listen, you don't have a full weekend. If you want, I'll move the weekends that I don't have her and I'll move that Friday to a different day during the week. I'll have her different, a different day during the week for the overnight and then you'll have a full weekend with her. She still hasn't even responded to that. And that's what's crazy because most men, even me, like I talk about that stuff and I'm like, you're not only compromising for your daughter. But you're also compromising for your, your ex to make her life easier and have her be able to have your daughter on the weekends and things like that. It's like, why would you not try to get along and do that stuff? You know, again, it's, it's, and I, and I've always said this, I said this to everybody, it's not necessarily the ex. Her and I, if you take away the family core thing, her and I have always gotten along really well. It's her mother that's controlling her. She is, she is a pretty amazing person if you take away the grandmother. And so it's the grandmother making these decisions and not her. So like her, her option is either listen to the grandmother and just don't communicate at all, which is what, that's been her strategy this whole time. Is she doesn't have to cooperate because the courts have made the least amount of decisions possible until now. Now she knows that the court is like, you know, it was just a huge bombshell. I did not expect a 50 50 physical custody agreement. Like I did not, I was like mind blown. I just, I was like everyone on my side cause I had people there of course it was like crying. They're like, I'm in tears. Everyone's in tears. They're like, what just happened? It's like, what on earth just happened? Like, you know, I, I just, I just finished a criminal accusation which was indicted and you know, the judge, I actually, there was, there was a pretty big bombshell actually that happened. So part of my PTI is I need to get a psychological evaluation. But part of the transcripts that I showed you before is the judge wanted her to get a psychological evaluation, which basically was us like in 2021. But then the judge backpedaled because my attorney at the time was like, well, the burden of proof is on her. So if you want us to do a psychological evaluation, she should pay for it. And the judge completely backpedaled. She's like, Oh, well she doesn't have support. So how do you expect her to pay for it? Well, you're the one who wanted the evaluation. Okay, we're not going to issue the evaluation. But imagine if an evaluation was issued then how much, how, how nothing else possibly would have happened. I probably never would have been wrongfully accused of a crime. Like she would have been forced to co -parent or I would have had more, more parenting rights or more time with my daughter and she would have had, she would have been forced to co -parent.

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Clogged Nozzle (MM #4623)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Clogged Nozzle (MM #4623)

"Over the weekend, I was getting ready to go out and do whatever I was going to do. I don't know what it was. I was taking a shower and was doing my hair and pulled out the hairspray and tried to use it. And the nozzle was clogged and it just frustrated me. I've been using hairspray now, I think for something like 50 years and it always has a clogged nozzle. I wouldn't say always, but I use a big can. So therefore I have to fix the nozzle frequently. Now the easiest way to do it, pry the nozzle off the top, stick it in hot water for a while and it'll loosen up all that sticky gunk that comes out with the hairspray. Wouldn't you think at this point, if I've been using these nozzles for 50 years, there'd be some company that would have figured out a way to make it so the nozzle didn't clog, the nozzle didn't stick, it would get through the entire process of spraying your hair before the can's empty. I have a lot of problem with these spray cans these days too. I have a problem with my spray powder where some of those nozzles don't necessarily clog, they just stop working. I realize it's not high science, it's not big business, but it's still frustrating. We've got a lot of technology, but the nozzle still hasn't been fixed.

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Clogged Nozzle (MM #4623)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Clogged Nozzle (MM #4623)

"Over the weekend, I was getting ready to go out and do whatever I was going to do. I don't know what it was. I was taking a shower and was doing my hair and pulled out the hairspray and tried to use it. And the nozzle was clogged and it just frustrated me. I've been using hairspray now, I think for something like 50 years and it always has a clogged nozzle. I wouldn't say always, but I use a big can. So therefore I have to fix the nozzle frequently. Now the easiest way to do it, pry the nozzle off the top, stick it in hot water for a while and it'll loosen up all that sticky gunk that comes out with the hairspray. Wouldn't you think at this point, if I've been using these nozzles for 50 years, there'd be some company that would have figured out a way to make it so the nozzle didn't clog, the nozzle didn't stick, it would get through the entire process of spraying your hair before the can's empty. I have a lot of problem with these spray cans these days too. I have a problem with my spray powder where some of those nozzles don't necessarily clog, they just stop working. I realize it's not high science, it's not big business, but it's still frustrating. We've got a lot of technology, but the nozzle still hasn't been fixed.

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Clogged Nozzle (MM #4623)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Clogged Nozzle (MM #4623)

"Over the weekend, I was getting ready to go out and do whatever I was going to do. I don't know what it was. I was taking a shower and was doing my hair and pulled out the hairspray and tried to use it. And the nozzle was clogged and it just frustrated me. I've been using hairspray now, I think for something like 50 years and it always has a clogged nozzle. I wouldn't say always, but I use a big can. So therefore I have to fix the nozzle frequently. Now the easiest way to do it, pry the nozzle off the top, stick it in hot water for a while and it'll loosen up all that sticky gunk that comes out with the hairspray. Wouldn't you think at this point, if I've been using these nozzles for 50 years, there'd be some company that would have figured out a way to make it so the nozzle didn't clog, the nozzle didn't stick, it would get through the entire process of spraying your hair before the can's empty. I have a lot of problem with these spray cans these days too. I have a problem with my spray powder where some of those nozzles don't necessarily clog, they just stop working. I realize it's not high science, it's not big business, but it's still frustrating. We've got a lot of technology, but the nozzle still hasn't been fixed.

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Clogged Nozzle (MM #4623)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Clogged Nozzle (MM #4623)

"Over the weekend, I was getting ready to go out and do whatever I was going to do. I don't know what it was. I was taking a shower and was doing my hair and pulled out the hairspray and tried to use it. And the nozzle was clogged and it just frustrated me. I've been using hairspray now, I think for something like 50 years and it always has a clogged nozzle. I wouldn't say always, but I use a big can. So therefore I have to fix the nozzle frequently. Now the easiest way to do it, pry the nozzle off the top, stick it in hot water for a while and it'll loosen up all that sticky gunk that comes out with the hairspray. Wouldn't you think at this point, if I've been using these nozzles for 50 years, there'd be some company that would have figured out a way to make it so the nozzle didn't clog, the nozzle didn't stick, it would get through the entire process of spraying your hair before the can's empty. I have a lot of problem with these spray cans these days too. I have a problem with my spray powder where some of those nozzles don't necessarily clog, they just stop working. I realize it's not high science, it's not big business, but it's still frustrating. We've got a lot of technology, but the nozzle still hasn't been fixed.

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Mike Agugliaro Talks Jealousy, Envy, and the Dangerous Game of Comparison

The Greg McAfee Show

05:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Mike Agugliaro Talks Jealousy, Envy, and the Dangerous Game of Comparison

"Got a privilege to have Mike Agigliaro here with us today, and Mike owns a few companies. He owns the Food All Group, and he also owns Business Forge, which he'll probably talk a little bit about both as we do our podcast today. But Mike, I know you've been in the business, you've been in the heating and air and plumbing business, and you've purchased a few, you've sold a few, so you've definitely been in the industry quite a while, which we'll talk about. But we were on Facebook the other day, several weeks ago, and something came up about a subject about jealousy and envy. And I mentioned something, and that's kind of how we started talking. But, you know, jealous and envy has been around since Adam and Eve. I mean, that's what happened in the garden. Cain and Abel were jealous of each other, the first two kids from Adam and Eve. And as business owners, it's really easy to get our eyes off what we do every day and start looking at other companies, which I advise not to. But what is your opinion on that? What does it do for the business owner, the company, and everything like that when we start doing that? Yeah, well, I used to tell people the most dangerous thing is Facebook because it created this comparison effect. And the comparison effect is when you think someone else has something that you should have. And I think it's, you know, if people don't know how to control it, what they do is they have this, they live within this fantasy of seeing people, right? You see people, it's back. If I do a post about something about, you know, life by design or compelling your life to go to the next level or connecting deep in your relationship, I get two or three. And I think people have this kind of fascination to what they don't have because they're stuck in this wanting to have this emotional, immediate gratification, right? It's probably like we all have a buddy bought a boat, real excited, tells everybody about the boat. He's buying the boat. He has the boat six months later. No one cares. No one even knows about the boat. No more. It sits, it's growing weeds. He don't clean it no more. And his wife can't wait to get it out of the, out of the backyard and scaling companies. If we go into it, you deal with this, you deal with this a lot with people looking at you and right away, they want to say, you know, if you're a big company, you must be a thief. That's what I dealt with all the time. Right. And it's, and I don't know why, I really don't understand that, but it's human nature a lot of times because when you're achieving and you're making things happen, I often say you're a moving target and you've, but the best way to keep from being shot is to keep moving upward. So, you know, what harm, what harm does jealousy and envy cause for the business owner? Yeah. Well, people become very, you know, first off they become this whole jealousy and, and goes into this world of judgmental, right. And, and, and cast, casting judgments on what they think is true versus not true. And, and when I scaled, I built a company called CEO Warrior. I built that company which was to help the plumbers, HVAC, electricians, pest control people. And I built it to show them a different way, a different way of thinking. I don't know about you, Greg, but like, if I can get people to just change their framing in their mind, I can easily teach them marketing sales and operations. Like that's just a, that's a basic functions of a company, but to get people to think different. So when I started working with, you know, smaller companies now they scaled so many of them scaled, I mean, 50, over 50 companies that I worked with before I exited the company, sold in the last 30 months and became, and 90 % of them became deck of millionaires. I used to tell people, tell me how you, how do you act when you're in the office? And what they do is they, they, and this goes to the point of jealousy. There's oh, so and so around the corner, they got 50 trucks. And the reason they do that is because they charge too much and they, they pressure sales people. And, but it wasn't true. I'm not saying it's not true for any company, but it wasn't true. They just needed to, what is it? They were casting these stones, right? And I said, well, what about this? What about if we shift our framing just a little bit? And instead of looking at them at their, their bad and they're doing things wrong, why don't we ask them what they're doing?

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Think Things Are Bad Now? We're Not Even Close...

The Dan Bongino Show

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Think Things Are Bad Now? We're Not Even Close...

"One person to dictate the whole show but it's more than one probably other people were thinking that the point I'm trying to make about my is it bad enough theory that as bad you intelligent conservatives out there in the audience think things are the border the economy and they are public safety. The story liberals are getting from mouthpieces the in media and their government officials are things aren't that bad. Inflation is down I percent you notice how they phrase everything it is the problem is prices aren't down at all but you see how that the dipsy do flipper ooh how when you flip an argument and you make it about the inflation rate not about the price level people pay all the sudden it sounds like things aren't too bad. That's the point I was making, it's not a critique of the cops I know they've made arrests. I can't imagine the pressure and if the situation were reversed and the victim was a minority and the attackers were white this would be the FBI would be involved and the National Guard would be called in. I can only imagine the pressure they're under but no this was not a knock on the cops at all. This isn't bad enough theory is something you need to understand because it's not a theory it's real. People will not vote until the situation has gotten catastrophic. It doesn't mean we can't win elections folks we won in 2016. I'd argue we won in 2020 with all the shenanigans involved. We won. We can win. It was a rout in 2016. We won seats we had no No business winning. We can win. What I'm suggesting to you with this isn't bad enough theory is in order for a Reagan -esque 40 plus 9 state landslide a Giuliani 18 -point reelection that happened in his reelection effort in a blue state in a 50 -50 country it has to get sadly really really bad

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Weight Loss Drugs (MM #4620)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Weight Loss Drugs (MM #4620)

"The Mason Minute with Kevin Mason. A lot of talk on the news about drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy and Monjaro and Zepbound being these wonder weight loss drugs. And of course I've had a couple of people ask me if I'm thinking about taking a drug like that. I guess it's almost a slap in the face. It's kind of a reminder telling me, hey, you're fat by the way, which I know I'm fat. Luckily I'm comfortable in who I am. I'm not pleased with my body shape or my body size, but I'm comfortable. I like who I am. And I watch these drugs and well, number one, they're injectables. That means a needle. And I hate needles. The fact that I'm getting flu shots and COVID shots and all sorts of injections, including my allergy shots over the last few years, and I don't want to add any more. And number two, I'm still very nervous with side effects. I keep reading about all the side effects these drugs have and yes, they were maybe meant for other uses, but now being adapted for weight loss. I'd love the idea of losing 50, 100, 150 pounds, but then again, I'm worried about how my body would handle losing that much weight. Well, it sounds great in theory. I just can't imagine a quick fix for this.

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Weight Loss Drugs (MM #4620)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Weight Loss Drugs (MM #4620)

"The Mason Minute with Kevin Mason. A lot of talk on the news about drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy and Monjaro and Zepbound being these wonder weight loss drugs. And of course I've had a couple of people ask me if I'm thinking about taking a drug like that. I guess it's almost a slap in the face. It's kind of a reminder telling me, hey, you're fat by the way, which I know I'm fat. Luckily I'm comfortable in who I am. I'm not pleased with my body shape or my body size, but I'm comfortable. I like who I am. And I watch these drugs and well, number one, they're injectables. That means a needle. And I hate needles. The fact that I'm getting flu shots and COVID shots and all sorts of injections, including my allergy shots over the last few years, and I don't want to add any more. And number two, I'm still very nervous with side effects. I keep reading about all the side effects these drugs have and yes, they were maybe meant for other uses, but now being adapted for weight loss. I'd love the idea of losing 50, 100, 150 pounds, but then again, I'm worried about how my body would handle losing that much weight. Well, it sounds great in theory. I just can't imagine a quick fix for this.

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"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

Fallen Short Podcast

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

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"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

Fallen Short Podcast

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

"How god is slowly remove those layers the onion and through those removing of the layers in peeling back. It's been hurtful and it's been hard and painful but it's that asks seek and knock. It's going up and saying. Hey hey god we're what is my gift. Where's my gift. And what am i created stew for you. I'm created to bring you glory. I get that. So how is that supposed to be carried out in my life. And i think it's important. Trish denied both been believers for a long time. I was born again. And then i was born. You know we both grew up in the church and we both got some preconceived notions just from things we todd and as young yield children right and as we've grown we've had again like saying we've peeled back layers right and and i think we're continuing to grow in our late thirties. Now right we're still continuing to grow and we're still continuing to find the purpose that is the holy spirit is filling us and that can change. It's totally changing all the time and in it and we're not neither one of us i would consider the yellow jains right. We're we're doing this podcast and we're trying to be as real as we can and we're totally and not an or nine telling you like this is exactly what it is and this is exactly what you have to. I mean honestly to me. The biggest thing about this is asking god like churchill saying about know matthew seven ask seek knock continue to ask you seek and you'll find knock in the door will be open to you but it so keep asking and seek i mean not just. Have you ever played a really hard game. Hide and go seek but not even just like looking for something to do but looking in the word right of looking for those answers in the word. They're not going to be the the exact answer but they're going to help..

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"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

Fallen Short Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

"That god supplies than everything you do. We'll bring glory to god through. Jesus christ i'll glory and power to him forever and ever amen so that goes back to what we talked about in our first episode of purpose where were created to bring glory to god. That is our initial intent when god created humans were created in his image created a worship him and bring glory to him. So we've talked about all these different spiritual gifts and we haven't really honed in in focused on one particular gift that the holy spirit gives you. We're talking more in a blanketed sort of way. We're casting a net. If you will of hate the holy spirit comes on you and it empowers you to do your purpose. It empowers you to fulfill the call that god has on your life and the reason why you were created. and what does that look like for each of you individually. I can't sit here and tell you over the microphone. And even if i was face to face with you that is not my place to tell you even if maybe i can look at you. And say hey. That person got is really working in them to do this. It doesn't mean that's necessarily a human's place to reveal that to somebody. It's definitely the gift of the spirit to be at operation inside each of us to reveal to us what our gifts are. And so when you're seeking out what is my purpose. And why am i created the best place to start is asking god in the matthew seven talks about ask seek and knock go to god and ask him and keep asking him. And maybe you get a little inkling of what it is that god has for you seek that out and then maybe you seek out new find a little a little door you can knock on because it's like a gateway into your gifting then knock on that and keep trying to hone in and figure out why you're created in every little glimpse of of your gift open it up and knock on it in tagawa scott hake on you know show me. I'm a slow learner. Help me with this..

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"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

Fallen Short Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

"If your gift is serving others serve him. Well if you're a teacher teach well if your gift is to encourage others being encouraging if it is giving give generously if god has given you leadership ability to take the responsibility seriously and if you have the gift for showing kindness to others do it gladly. Don't just pretend to love others really love them hate what is wrong. Hold tightly to what is good love. Each other with a genuine affection in take delight in honoring each other never be lazy but work hard to serve the lord enthusiastically rejoice in our confident. Hope be patient in trouble and keep on praying. When god's people are in need be ready to help them always be eager to practice hospitality so just in reading that of romans twelve. We read through several different gifts. Hospitality leadership kindness giving encouraging prophecy teacher serving so many different gifts of the holy spirit so many gifts that are within us. That aren't maybe always our natural inclination but it's when the holy spirit's within us that helps us to carry out kindness when we don't want to be kind or huge win serving others thinking of others higher than ourselves when maybe that isn't who we would be naturally were probably if you're like me a very selfish person naturally so when i serve others i know that's the holy spirit operating within me and leading me to do so i peter for ten says the same it says god has given you each a gift from his great variety of spiritual gifts so it's a variety of spiritual gifts. Use them. well to serve one another. Do you have the gift of speaking. Then speak as though god himself. We're speaking through you to have the gift of helping others do it. All to the strength and the energy.

"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

Fallen Short Podcast

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

"So we use the gift however different they may be one from another and we operate in a way that we can seek and save the last we whom worship the lord kind of. We'd like we talked on. The previous week's those are the reasons were created and so the gifts that are within us help us to fulfil worshiping the lord and help us to fulfill our service to the lord and help us to reach the last lecture said. She's been learning a lot about what it means to be. Felt the holy spirit over a course of many years. And i'm in the same boat and i'm still learning of like what does that mean. How how do i. How do i see it in my own life. How do i see it expressed through others. Would it comes down to for me over the years when i've been met with the decision of should i continue doing something. Should i be moving onto the next thing. Should i apply for this job. Should i quit a job. Should i ask her to marry me etc. All those things over the years. I try to take to god in prayer and you don't always get a crystal clear answer right. We don't all necessarily here an audible response back or or go outside and see a burning bush or anything like that right that we read about in the bible. Not saying that doesn't happen. Because i i've definitely heard of people in our day and age that have feel they've heard an audible voice of god. It's that listening to your inner self listening for you know listening in kind of understanding like feeling and and really when you feel something is an answer or at least a direction to go to really have the peace in your heart that it is the holy spirit talking to you and it's a struggle it really is because sometimes they might not be the holy spirit talking to you. Maybe it's it's just what you want versus what you should be doing.

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"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

Fallen Short Podcast

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

"I think we'll talk about this a little later on you know when think about being filled with the holy spirit and and what that means and that's you know it means a lot of different things. It's not just like the speaking in tongues part effusions for verse five reads. There's one lord one faith. One baptism god and father of all who is overall in a living through however he has given each one of us a special gift through the generosity of christ that is why the scriptures say when he ascended into the highest he led crowds of captives and gave gifts to his people. So that's kind of just reiterating. What we just read out acts one that when when jesus christ died for us. He ascended on high. He gave the crowd of people gifts he gave him the holy spirit and then in verse eleven. It goes on to read now. These are the gifts christ gifts to the church. He gives the postles the prophets the evangelists and pastors and the teachers. So that's talking about the fivefold ministry that's talking about the five more evident gifts that we see in the church right. I twelve says their responsibility is to equip god's people to do his work and build up the church the body of christ and again. Those are the gifts that chris gave to the church. And we're again. We're not all going to be called to be apostles and prophets and evangelists and pastors and teachers. Were not all going to be called the do that. We're not all called to be a part of the you know. The churches like the entity of being a part of the church. a however. you could argue that we are still called to be a part of the church in not the physical sense but the church family and still called to be. Some of us are called to be evangelist. Even though it's not like the way that you think of an evangelist right you and your everyday life sharing sharing technically right right evangelize. Last i think we get people read that and get wrapped up the terminology like billy graham right just an extreme example of that right we read these passages and we evaluate you know what it means and we have to really think about it and not just take it for face value necessarily because in our society the way that some of these terms have been thrown around. They get this. I don't wanna say stigma but they get this this definition around them that it's like well i i can't be that when you really can right..

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"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

Fallen Short Podcast

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast

"First corinthians six nineteen says. Don't you realize that your body is the temple of the holy spirit who lives in new and was given to you by god. You did not belong to yourself for god. Bought you with a high price. See must honor god with your body so the last couple episodes we've been talking about purpose. Two episodes ago it was. We were talking about god. Created you on purpose and kind of setting some groundwork of what we're going to be continuing to talk about. Last time we talked about how how. Jesus redeemed you for a purpose and now on this episode we are talking about how the holy spirit fills you with a purpose. Seventy having listened to the previous episodes. Please go back and do so. Hopefully they'll be a blessing to you but we just want to continue with what we've been talking about. The past two episodes and thaddeus were that scripture that our body is a temple of the holy spirit in acts where tax about how jesus was around for forty days after he conquered the grave and he appeared to the postles and all of that talks about that but what attacks vote in. There is how john baptized with water in john even baptized jesus. But it says that in verse five of x one. It says john baptized with water. But in just a few days you'll be baptized with the holy spirit. And of course the apostles were kind of like well. What does this mean aren't you. Aren't you here to fulfill all these other things like become our king and restore israel. And they're you know. Because they had a lot of preconceived notions of what it meant to have jesus as there savior. And jesus as king. But jesus said to them. The father loan has authority authority to set the dates and the times but they are not free to know and then verse eight says but you'll receive power when the holy spirit comes upon you and you'll be my witnesses telling people about me everywhere in jerusalem throughout judea and samaria and to the ends of the earth. I love that scripture where it talks about how you'll receive power when the holy spirit comes upon.

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"50 k f" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Like i've said of pushed noah more into getting really worried he was some of the staff and also i think i think the biggest thing that you've the biggest force for good that you've been in my life is from writing perspective is just like what are you have to sang. I think that's the other thing is that like you know worthiness for worthiness is sake is you know is kind of calories. I think that like yeah. You know the the real sweet spot is when you know. You're using interesting vocabulary with a with a narrative thrust for some kind of interesting you talk about skin skin in the game of just like why do you want. Why do you have to write this song. Like wise's is on the needs to come from your soul versus just something that felt cool right in the moment or something like words. That sound cool. I think that's something that have been thinking. I think people can tell when there's a game like if achilles heel was just like an exercise in oh this is what i know about mythology and this is what i know about writing pop music. I'm thinking hit as hard as knowing that like that. You're you're telling a story. In this another's there is skin in the game so to speak. Yeah that means the world to me. I mean i feel like for me there. There's always skin in the game naturally. Because that's just how i i. It's hard for me to write. When there's there's nothing that i want to say. And i feel like it took a while to get to that place where you know. I wasn't trying to write just to right. Like i think there is a discipline to it but writing. Because there's something that. I want to get off my chest or like there's a message there you know and i feel like that is so special and i totally agree with you. I think even with artists i love..

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"50 k f" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

"Tarintino film in which characters enjoy five dollar milkshakes from jackrabbits. Slim's is pulp fiction number to the fictional pub that stands on london's charing cross road and provides that gateway between the non wisdom world and diagonally. Is the leaky cauldron number. Three the futuristic bar where you find whoopi goldberg. Serving drinks is. Guinan is ten forward from star trek. The next generation number four the comedy series featuring mike of the the nag's head is only fools and horses and number five the fictional pub that has landlords called watts. Royal butcher and mitchell. Is the queen. Victoria from eastenders was first timers. The four star general number six four star general who served as the first african american. Us secretary of state was colin. Powell or colin powell depending on how you say number seven the everyday item. That was used the first time in seventy three by martin. Cooper was the mobile phone or cellphone as distinct from a car. Phone number eight hundred ninety. No one schoolteacher. Any at the age of annie edson taylor. At the age of sixty three became the first person to survive going over niagara falls in a barrel nine in sixteen sixty one. The chemists that became the first person did fine chemical elements and their properties was robert boyle a number ten the icelandic sailor and explorer. That's believed to have become the first european to go to north america. Five hundred years before columbus was leif eriksson round three was the general knowledge round. The lesser of the roman alphabet was added. Most recently was j. Number twelve king kong was born on skull island and he died on manhattan island number thirteen. The new york city street closely identified with the appetizing agency is madison avenue. The before fourteen. The british labour party's longest serving prime. Minister is tony blair. And the fifteen the nuclear bomb. That was detonated. Over the japanese city of nega sacchi was cold. Fatman round four was nursery rhymes at number sixteen. The nursery rhyme at thomas edison recited into his phonograph in eighteen. Seventy eight merry huddle it love number seventeen. The actor burying children alive in the foundations of a stone structure to present prevent. Its collapse is sometimes thought to be. The origin of london. bridge is falling down number eighteen. Cock robin was killed by the sparrow with his bow and arrow the mid nineteen in three blind mice. The farmer's wife uses a carving knife to cut off their tails a number twenty four and twenty or twenty. Four blackbirds baked into the pie in sing. A song of sixpence and brown five was the what comes next. Round number twenty one it goes. Washington adams jefferson and then madison near the first four. Us presidents in order number twenty two tinker tailor soldier. I'll give you a point either. Sailor or spy the twenty-three genesis exodus leviticus. The fourth in the series is numbers. These books of the old testament in order twenty four. Osborne hammond javid and the next is soon. These are the surnames of the last four. Uk chancellors are checker a number twenty five montana california texas and the next one there would be alaska these the four. Us states in.

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"50 k f" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

11:15 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

"To celebrate the release of the fiftieth episode of quiz bed. I'm offering listeners. The chance to win one of my coveted quiz bid t shirts that you can also by amazon or red bubble to enter simply go to quiz bear dot com and identify the true identities of three disguise celebrities and submit your answers using the form the competition close to entries at eleven fifty nine pm on thursday the thirteenth of may twenty twenty one. One lucky winner will be randomly selected from all correct. Entries amounts the winner on quispe at number fifty one best of luck fictional pubs nba's first time as general knowledge nursery rhymes. And what comes next. These the five rounds in today's episode. So get ready for quiz. Bid number fifty. Hello and welcome to quiz. Bid at twenty five question trivia. Quiz played five rounds. Well there there are any twenty five questions you can score a maximum thirty points because everybody gets blackspot card which you can play on any one of the five rounds of the quiz by nominating around feel blackspot earn double points for each correct answer in that round in that round only so please remember to declare your black spot before the.

"50 k f" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"I'm telling you gonna play these below the ocean beating so big guy. I'll go quick. 'cause i haven't played this by heard. You mentioned yakuza yakuza. Excuse me yeah coosa kusa. Like dragon clue. Coups the coming off for. ps five. So i was just looking at the game playing everything and my my impressions is okay. So it's like streetfighting right number one. I'm watching this people beating each other down with bats with guns very violent but then there's also like fruit platters and like wads of cash. One enemy like flashes you to stun you so i think it looks really crazy crazy. Yeah really crazy kind of fines violence smooth graphics and it's like a crazy storyline really caught my attention. That's coming out for the ps five putting it out You know getting ready for the. Ps five so. I thought alex pretty cool. If for somebody who who have seen it before so yeah coups. That whole series is incredible. So if the accusers is zero which is the first one that you should play. The you gotta take kwami one two three four five six in like a dragon. So's eight yakusas overall. Need to play as there's nine your causes. It was one similar out one day. I'll the of over to the western market but it turns of the ones that's really been pushed him promoted in that we know of is eight of them and man. The the way these games are is is a roller coaster. Ride across the whole journey man Is one of those games where you want to you. Don't wanna miss nothing. You don't wanna miss a beat. So yeah i occurred. Yakuza series is legendary copy. All right my game really choice. This week is actually again. That's not october. Twenty twenty two but we got a first glimpse of pok mon legends arkadiusz due it. Being you know the poggi. Monday's celebration as it turned twenty five. So what is cool is people are beginning to compare of zelda breath of the wild just with the graphics and kind of the open world -ness of it and that's what has got me excited for this because in all previous pokemon games going back to when i was playing them. On the gameboy color. This is what. I've a true open world so i can explore so much. So that's truly what this new pokemon legends game is going to be ob- super jack. I'm excited yeah. I was watching the twenty first anniversary with post. Virtual post malone. Seeing i was like this is this is interesting. Sees a virtual concerts going on started with a couple of years ago with fortnight with marshmallow in the game. Doing his banging travis scott necks and it's just crazy what we see now. What technology can do what you just..

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"50 k f" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"Together and formed gaming a guidance with gaming guidance is literally on the story of what my grandma gates me and what i'll give it back to the world so when my grandma gave me is giving back to the world through dude the platform of gaming a guidance allowed to take on been down with me for the longest one thing. I wanna say about logitech bro. Is that on. The of narrower right now is pulled to support black gaiters in diversity and inclusion or stuff is cool there. What i can say is the majority of what you see is not genuine. And there's maybe a few percent that is genuine. I noticed because i wanna front end of the industry in the back in the industry. The i'm in every area in the industry does lonesome involved in the up. You know but you're seeing it right now and i played a major role in a lot of stuff on the bathroom. So what i'm trying to say. Is you know before it was cool. Thing to do. Logitech has been downhill years way before you know this stuff so there are certain companies has always been genuine and i noticed because a lot of things that you are seeing today. I'm the one that was telling these companies do because i was the person breaking the barriers the loudest the facing room. You know what i'm saying. We're gonna energy we're going to or basically. Yeah so think about this for a second. 'cause you only see how you say you never got a call back from g four northzone stuff right so think about this second win in. Tom has gi- like especially back then. Has g full gain. Spock talk radio. These companies ever had somebody that was Black or just a person of color overall as their leader for game news never writing the euro. Never were doing very forget you see now so it right so so the thing is what i want to educate people on is on the back end bid certain budgets that companies. Get so. if you don't recieve you don't have anything in motion to support You know Black creators in other minorities and stuff like that. The you lose the money that you is gonna get so a lot of the stuff that you're seeing right now. A lot of is not genuine is a bucket list. There's a checklist cousin. If you're if you're supposed to get two million dollars for your department in They tell you that. If you don't implement these programs be gonna cut your budget to four hundred thousand instead of the two millions. We'll get right now. They're forced to have this. That's why you see collectively as a whole everybody doing the same thing because everybody got bottom lines families to feed so they have to do it right to say so. I just wanna make that real clear because the person i'm the kind of person. I wanna make sure that everything is right. Everything is fair. Because i genuinely love people in are genuinely love. The industry and i want to see grow grow correctly where everybody has a fair shot. These the that's why. Every time i speak until like it is because that's the only way things are going to get better but i don't do it in a whole way. You don't do it in a way outta love and care and understanding but that's kind of journey or what led me to be hip hop gamer. So now on my day to day you know..

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"50 k f" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"Find any of you if you want to listen to it. It's called fragging lagging and the two guys. I was mentioned to you. Ben and john one guys from you know he's here in he's a stateside guy but another guy was over. He's over in europe. he's from he lives and works in belgian so he had an accent. He doesn't understand traditional sports as we do here in the us So that was my weekend rafted up with that and it was a say then after that just trying to get some sleep and get some rest because a lot of lot of interviews a lot of talking. You guys both know how that goes. Yeah yeah okay so for me. You know you mentioned rocket league. They have the ford f. One fifty in rocket league. Have you guys seen this. I don't know if you yeah. And it costs fifteen bucks. I don't know if you saw that little spending for me but one of my buddies who i play. He showed up on friday night with the new f. one fifty. We gave them crap four but it was pretty cool But other than that you know just kind of the same old color. I think it was blue. Or i mean it depends on what color your team is. I think but yeah but it looks pretty sweet. Looks pretty sweet But you're right if you don't if you don't keep playing you lose those skills and for me. There's a lot of skills to be had to begin with so don't play then you lose a lot and it stinks but Yeah how about you ben. What's gonna what's been going on over the last week and let's see what did i do. Some family visited some friends stated. A kind of it wasn't a hotel. It was sort of like a smaller. Little And i guess you call ben breakfast. That was kind of fun. Also in a moment that felt me feel really old poke. Amman turned twenty five. This past weekend Now i feel even older than i actually am huge. Because i remember playing that growing up so much actually having the cards and trading with france at school and stuff so i guess they had the old had some of those cards. Mcdonald's now leeann happy. Yes everybody's out there by apple meals Just to get the cards. It's crazy and then some name cards you can make a you know a prime. Come up you know. They're worth a lot of money. Now i know like the chargers are platinum card or gold card. Holograms are either on twenty. Twenty six twenty seven so yeah that was like right. A part of his childhood growing up in like where the cards that we can. We catch it so our guest today. Like i mentioned hip hop gamer. The man the myth legend a guy who is putting music in gangs making you know checks for some of the games that we play Helping out even with some of the the movie industry stuck to from a game. He standpoint and so i like to bring in our guest. Today hip hop gamer matt. How you doin' game and no stranger to danger noko point. Journalists quickly changed the game up of mark. green game allows for day was going all baby. I'm here. I'm high as honor. Let's get a pop in just a talking with john was talking to this whole week has been crazy sign so i had So i did the radio in the last dragon interview right a saw. Yeah disney plus yet. Yeah so shot to aquafina. You don't say kelly be trend all of them. On the writers. The directors oldham is dope. It was so funny is like right is like y'all wanna do stuff in gaming life a lot more like they so excited about what they do you know in the movie world but they showed a talented in a game of world..

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"50 k f" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

"Able to land to lose because ultimately if you're lucky you win three told If you've had a good year those are the twenty five twenty six weeks year. You're gonna lose land lose land to be able to take stuff from is hundred percent. Those reflection pieces us doing course at the moment on mentoring and his blowing my mind light right up my studying in terms of the concepts and frameworks and the reflection piece and the it really does strike me that we need to find a very subtle way to get young tennis players to be able to reflect not be good at it just be able to because if they don't is going to your mom and dad's point is the left to your own devices. Were you can hook on the tangible the win the loss eggs address. Oh yeah it's a it's an important thing and you mentioned earlier on when it fell a little bit more serious about twenty one twenty two and he started. Just being with yourself and eric so talk us through that spell of time from then onwards yes so that was kind of. We decided the he was just going to chapel one on one with me because he wasn't able to do his gt's head coach and it was kind of. I needed someone at that point to be a little bit more fulltime with me to read it kind of folks why progression Said that was when he started travelling with me. Full time new weights. We did a lot of traveling Play too much of a schedule as probably away. Seventy five weeks of the which is quite low Said that it was probably more when i was like nineteen the he saw traveling with me in them. We have really intense kind of couple years but to be that was when margaret king. Show up in that. I think that was pretty much around when i reached my career. High ranking so ultimate. If i look back at it really helped me Not one on one attention and just having someone kind of consistently that man having my back. Beer definitely your high highest ranking two six two. Yeah yeah and it's it's it's a tough question to ask. i'm to throw in there anyway. One of the saddest things unless you get to number one in the world is the you'll never know what your highest ranking. You'll never know the moment. The highest ranking jut makes sense so when you think back to the around that time you got that highest ranking or your thoughts on you know let's say if you could even remember that time did you celebrate did you think right you know this is a great ranking to get or did you just cruise through the face. I definitely didn't elaborate. I remember. I think i remember it. Because it was a round wimbledon time on the criteria for wooden wolcott at that time was talked to fifty and so i was obviously like two six two so i was. I was kinda like hoping the i'd get wimbledon walkup always say you know i wasn't in the criteria so for me that was that was a disappointment and obviously in my career high ranking And so then. I remember going playing because as But neither wilson any celebration on anything that through. So i think at that time That was pretty Tools the end if that year. When i had my career high. That was when my injury problems started so could never really appreciates it will celebrate or even kick on from there really and with that in mind in your singles career. Did you ever have a time. Where.

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"50 k f" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"As much takeout food during the week. And now you're preparing more home cooked meals in place of those because you've noticed a cost difference and you find your own cooking more appealing now and let's just that i think that one's probably the most important because it ties into twenty. You know you're moving away moran meal. Prep a whole lot better to ask. So you're more comfortable cooking and that ties in the twenty two which you've getting embedded variety of fruit choices throughout the week which ties into that one. You've stopped buying it as much take for because you got a good variety of food that you really love and you're getting better cooking and seems f kitchen asks you like you're on food. It's really appealing. A lot of these are gonna be connected to each other and that is really really important. So i think for that i would say those three probably my top three for the twenty one thirty. What are your top three. Let me come join us in a podcast listed a group. Is anybody support group on facebook. Arrays anybody podcast group and join us there. Go from thirty one to forty so you could be playing out more with the kids and feeling fitter and able to go longer. Thirty two previously avoided the trampoline with the kids for example bananas strong enough to use it with them. So you're getting some strength there more confidence to do things but the kids thirty three. You might be finding the innate back or even neck hurt a lot less when you're moving around with the kids in the flow with them. That's a good sign of change. Thirty four. i'm just going to mention something now. I'm not sure if i've ever painted a few numbers twice and then change. What i've said and it's really annoying. The hell out of me right now while we move thirty four you able to get out and walk the dog for longer and further than you were able to the last month thirty five. You don't get that daily knee pain after you walk either. Maybe even cop pains or.

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"50 k f" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"Where comfortable and and you've gotta just sometimes you've gotta take those photos to be able to put into perspective how much it really changed and might be the hardest thing you do. But it's one of the most valuable things you could do on your transmission journey. You're weightless johnny. So i think that's the one of the most important from eleven to twenty if that one resonates. Would you let me know the podcast listener group or rather down and write down some of the ones that you might not have thought about before that have. I've gone over and you go. Well actually you have changed that. That's an old habit. I didn't really know that. I've changed that it just happened. Because you're doing so many things you chaining somebody. Things be only focus on the obvious. The white the scales. Hey look can feel the language. Tell us because we're not often that self aware right. Now that's awesome if you are. Let's in from twenty one to thirty so you any more than usual when it comes to you meals throughout the day because you're getting hungry. Ah through encasing your metabolic rate really good. Twenty two is starting to expand your variety of food choices throughout the week. Well that one's powerful. And what i mean by starting to expand your variety of food choices throughout the wake. Is you're building a relationship with food and nutrition your understanding what you like. You're building a bit of choice. More than just a couple of scoops a salad and rice and chicken. for example you're diversifying your colors and your vegetables trying different fruits. You're trying different protein sources. Let's allegra nuts like you've just got a lot more variety and a better taste better sense of taste with things that you really like. Now you're enjoying a whole lot more than you used to see not pigeon holing yourself. That's a really good sign or to now recognize. You are changing all that you already have changed you portion sizes twenty-three beginning to increase. Who get hungry and that will happen. As you get a hung rea- it's probably due to increased metabolic rights building more muscle pretty much nothing else. It'd be set there twenty four. You can drink more water than you're used to. Because you've started forming an association habit. See starting to associate drinking water with sitting down. Are you desk. That's associated habit soon as you sit down. Grab that what twenty-five you're eating breakfast or meals. You didn't particularly have in the past pretty self explanatory if you notice that. That's a sign of change.

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"50 k f" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"50 k f" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"Let's move into eleven and twelve so far eleven you starting to practice daily gratitude as part of practicing more holistic sense of mental and physical health. I really love this one. Been practicing daily gratitude as well. And i'm starting to get my clients to really this to bing rightful and just understanding we're grateful for can really shifty perspective eleven. Was that one. We'll give them. Let's go to twelve twelve incorporating daily planning on the go. So let's say you stop at the service ation and get some chips and a burger. But you've started the bring your own fruit along so they can reach your goals whilst on the road that's really important. If you're traveling along minded you might be a truck driver or you. Just being transplant industry planning ahead for the day on the gar old the next couple of days. You know you're away making your own food really really important. That'll help you stay on track and keep moving goals. Thirteen joe starts the starting to celebrate. The small wins as well as the bigger of achievements such as recognising. You've changed something or adopted something that i've mentioned above all the essendon getting stronger by a few few kilograms or from what we're going to mention below you know there's so many things that can be changing around you and a really wanna make you aware with as many as possible so a couple really resonated with you. Awesome rodham dan. I would love to hear about them in the listening room for him. You may even be able to recognize him signs. You're getting complacent net complacency. A big one. There's so many different things much pulling back on your efforts because you know things are going in the way or you know you just not as motivated or inspired anymore. You might start to you know really notice a little field those triggers or signs. That you going into a cycle again fifteen. There is some difference in you before an off the photos. Huge one one of the most significant ways to measure change sixteen. You may get on the scouse. After a few months notice there was a drop in white and notice how it didn't say number one because it's easy for people to slipping perspective with my wife's not changing nothing's changing there are so many different aspects to the way you talk to yourself your environment. You'll language how you plan. I wanted to put this one further down the list to let you know that this one isn't as important nece so many of.

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