35 Burst results for "55"

Howard delivers playoff-clinching win for Liberty over Dream

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 d ago

Howard delivers playoff-clinching win for Liberty over Dream

"The liberty earned a playoff birth with an 87 to 83 victory over Atlanta Natasha Howard scored 18 points including a three pointer that put New York ahead by four with 55 seconds remaining and a pair of free throws in the closing moments Stephanie dolson had 15 points and 12 rebounds for the liberty who finished the regular season 1620 but one 6 of their last 8 Ryan Howard had 24 points and 7 assists for the dream who missed the playoffs with a 14 and 22 record I'm Jane ferry

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More Republicans Than Democrats Are Fired up to Vote

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | Last week

More Republicans Than Democrats Are Fired up to Vote

"The FBI had apparently staged this whole thing when president Trump was out of town because they didn't want the media attention How is that working out Now this is the number one story we've sent the whole show You almost over two hours now talking about how can you talk about anything else when this is going on But I think they swung it a little too hard and I think they missed on this I really do And the trial file group had some interesting study out that I was looking at that got me thinking about I don't think this is going exactly I do think they overreach They did overstep They got a little too big for their britches Thought they could get away with it I think the American people are saying what we're saying And the people listening now are saying and you've got over 70% of Americans right now saying that you know what this FBI raid This is now motivated me to go out and vote in 2020 I've got a fire under my butt Now of going out and voting It has given Democrats fired them up a little bit but not as much as Republicans You've got something like 55% of Democrats saying the raid increases their motivation But when you look on the other side you look at what it's done to Republicans over 83% of Republicans are now fired up To get out and vote

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More Republicans Than Democrats Are Fired up to Vote

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | Last week

More Republicans Than Democrats Are Fired up to Vote

"The FBI had apparently staged this whole thing when president Trump was out of town because they didn't want the media attention How is that working out Now this is the number one story we've sent the whole show You almost over two hours now talking about how can you talk about anything else when this is going on But I think they swung it a little too hard and I think they missed on this I really do And the trial file group had some interesting study out that I was looking at that got me thinking about I don't think this is going exactly I do think they overreach They did overstep They got a little too big for their britches Thought they could get away with it I think the American people are saying what we're saying And the people listening now are saying and you've got over 70% of Americans right now saying that you know what this FBI raid This is now motivated me to go out and vote in 2020 I've got a fire under my butt Now of going out and voting It has given Democrats fired them up a little bit but not as much as Republicans You've got something like 55% of Democrats saying the raid increases their motivation But when you look on the other side you look at what it's done to Republicans over 83% of Republicans are now fired up To get out and vote

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Chicago ties franchise record with 24 regular-season wins

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Chicago ties franchise record with 24 regular-season wins

"The sky tied a team record for victories in a season as they down the mystics 93 83 Kalia copper scored 19 points and Ali quigley had 18 as Chicago improved to 24 and 8 the sky dominated the first half and carried a 55 34 lead into the locker room As ray Stevens chipped in 11 points 6 rebounds and 5 blocks for the sky who lead the overall standings by two games over the aces with four to play Myisha Hines Allen had a game high 21 points for Washington The mystics played with that Elena delle donne and fell to 20 and 13 I'm D ferry

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James Howard Kunstler: 'Politically, I Was Never a Lefty'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

James Howard Kunstler: 'Politically, I Was Never a Lefty'

"I was never a lefty, really. And I had my first encounter with politics in a strange way when I was a college student, I ran for student government president as a joke. When I was a sophomore, and I won the election. And all of a sudden, I was in this position in 1968, 69, 68 and 69, which was the height of the Vietnam War. And also the height of the beginning of the hippie, the hippie age going sour, because that would be the summer of Charlie Manson and elephant. And Woodstock, which was not altogether bad, but had some elements that weren't so appetizing. And so hippy DOM was kind of going south. And I was tussling with student radicals who were making my life miserable in this job I had. And what college? I was a SUNY college. It was one of the four year liberal arts college. But you wilderness of upstate New York. You saw clear enough to where the radicals were, you could see that they were. What I saw was that they were despots. Even in 1964, despots. They were trotskyites. They were despots. They wanted to basically tell march you around and tell you what to do. And I could see that very clearly. And it's been coming on for the next 55 years.

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Stewart helps Storm beat Mystics 82-77, clinch playoff berth

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Stewart helps Storm beat Mystics 82-77, clinch playoff berth

"The storm of clinched the playoff birth with a big second half run in an 82 77 downing of the mystics Brianna Stewart provided 18 points including four free throws in the final 12 seconds the foul shots came after Alicia Clark nailed a three pointer getting Washington within one with 26.3 seconds left Seattle scored 16 straight to take a 70 55 lead the run helped the storm and proved to 1911 and move a game ahead of the mystics for fourth place overall Elena delle donne had a team high 22 points for the mystics who had won three straight and 5 of 6 I'm Dave ferry

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'Fire in the Streets' Author Douglas Groothius on the 3/5 Compromise

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

'Fire in the Streets' Author Douglas Groothius on the 3/5 Compromise

"Return to our conversation with the author of fire in the streets, how you can confidently respond to incendiary cultural topics like critical race theory. Douglas wrote heist. You were just going to talk about the notorious three fifths reference in our founding documents. Please talk about that because the misunderstanding on this is grotesque. Yes, if people are interested, I talk about this on pages 54 and 55 and give all the documentation to it. But the idea is that the constitution is intrinsically racist and supports slavery because it only gives African Americans three fifths representation. So the idea is this is how you typically greeted with this. The constitution says that African Americans are three fifths human. And recently, Whoopi Goldberg lowered it to one fourth. That was insightful. But the three fifths compromise is a compromise between the north and the south and the north wanted to limit the representational power, the voting power of the south in the new government. So they said, we're only going to allow you, they never used the word slave, never use the word black. Never use any word about color or race, but there was a reference to what were the slaves, and they only are allowed three fifths representation of a person. That was to limit the voting power of the south. I want to be clear that my audience gets this. Folks, do you understand that the racist slave holding south wanted to count their black slaves to give them more power as a state? And so the north said, no, you shouldn't be. They don't get to vote. They don't get to do anything. You shouldn't count them at all.

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 Average US gasoline price falls 32 cents to $4.54 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Average US gasoline price falls 32 cents to $4.54 per gallon

"The average price of gases down I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest The average price of regular grade gasoline plunged 32 cents over the past two weeks to $4 and 54 cents per gallon analyst will be lundberg of the lundberg survey says that the continued decline comes as crude oil costs have also declined Lundberg says that further drops at the pump are likely as the wholesale gasoline price cuts continue making their way to street level The price at the pump is down 55 cents over the past 6 weeks but it's still a dollar 32 higher than a year ago Nationwide the highest average price for regular grade gas was in Los Angeles at $5 and 65 cents the lowest average was in Baton Rouge Louisiana at $3 and 90 cents The survey says the average price of diesel dropped 22 cents to $5 and 55 cents I'm

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Red Sox put 3B Devers on injured list for hamstring

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Red Sox put 3B Devers on injured list for hamstring

"The Red Sox had placed all star third baseman Rafael Devers on the ten day injured list due to a hamstring issue Devers was pulled in the 5th fitting of Friday's hideous 28 to 5 loss to the Blue Jays He experienced tightness in his right hamstring on a swing during his final at bat It's another blow to a ball club that allowed 55 runs over a three game stretch heading into Saturday The three consecutive blowout losses dropped the Red Sox two and a half games behind the Blue Jays for the final AL wild card spot Devers entered Saturday ranked second in the league with a three 24 average hitting 22 homers and driving in 55 I'm Dave

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MLB struggling to get attendance back to pre-pandemic levels

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

MLB struggling to get attendance back to pre-pandemic levels

"This year's attendance through the all star break has dropped 5.4% from 2019 The last time a season was played without capacity restrictions average attendance stands at 26,409 attendance averaged over 30,000 for 14 straight seasons from 2004 to 2017 9 teams have seen a 15% drop from 2019 with the athletics attendance plunging 55% 18 are on pace to beat their 2019 figures including the Blue Jays at 48 and a half percent I'm Dave

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Pew Research: U.S. Journalists Differ From Public in Equal Coverage

Mark Levin

01:47 min | Last month

Pew Research: U.S. Journalists Differ From Public in Equal Coverage

"Pew Research Naomi foreman cats and Mark jirkowsky If that is his name yours journalist differ from the public in their views of both sides of journalism You know what's funny about this I wrote an entire book on this called on freedom of the press Journalists in the United States differ markedly from the general public In their views of both sides and whether journalists should always strive to give equal coverage to all sides of an issue While all sides of an issue wouldn't be both side isms It would be objectivity right According to a recent Pew Research Center study a little more than half of the journalists surveyed 55% say that every side does not always deserve equal coverage in the news by contrast 22% of Americans overall say the same whereas about three quarters 76% say journalists should always strive to give all sides equal coverage Count me among the 76% If you're going to be a journalist new analysis of these survey findings shows that attitudes among both journalists and the public differ by age and political factors opinions among journalists also very based on how they view the issue of misinformation While opinions among Americans overall very based on their trust in the news The issue of whether to try to provide equal coverage to all sides gained new intensity during Donald Trump's presidency and the widespread disinformation and competing views surrounding the 2020 election And the COVID-19

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Here's What the Latest Polls Tell Us About Abortion

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Here's What the Latest Polls Tell Us About Abortion

"The left is trying to portray the Supreme Court's decision overturning roe versus wade as somehow extreme. They're trying to portray the pro life position as somehow an extreme position. The idea that states should have the authority and the power to regulate abortion on their own. But there's a new survey out from Harvard Harris poll. And it's pretty revealing. On overturning roe versus wade, a slight majority opposes overturning roe versus wade 55% opposed and 45% support. But as you push into the poll, you begin to realize that when people say that their position merely on road doesn't really reveal their position on abortion. So let's look at what that is. Turns out that 37% of Americans ban abortion entirely with just rape and incest exceptions. So no abortion except for those two reasons. 37%. 49%, one half of all Americans support a ban on abortion after 6 weeks. Think about that. Basically from the time you almost know you're pregnant, which is about 6 weeks. Saturday right, honey, above 6 weeks before you know your pregnant. Yeah. It can be four weeks, perhaps. So 49% of Americans say they should be a tiny window when the time you know you're pregnant about two weeks and then no abortions. 72% support an abortion ban after 15

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Biden awards Medal of Honor to 4 for Vietnam War heroism

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Biden awards Medal of Honor to 4 for Vietnam War heroism

"President Biden has presented the nation's highest military honor to four soldiers in a ceremony he says is long overdue All four served in Vietnam They went far above and beyond the Call of Duty and the president says for decades they did not get the recognition they deserved Today we're setting the record straight He awarded the Medal of Honor to Dwight birdwell and Dennis Fuji both holding the ranks specialist 5 along with major John Duffy all three were there to receive the medal Staff sergeant Edward kind of shiro was killed in Vietnam 55 years ago and the president awarded his medal to his son Sagar Meghani at The White House

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The Economy Is What's Driving Voters to the Polls

The Officer Tatum Show

02:03 min | Last month

The Economy Is What's Driving Voters to the Polls

"Right now as it stands, Donald Trump is the FrontRunner in my mind. He's the front ready for president. I'm sick of the drama that surrounds Donald Trump because of these leftist dickies. He can't stand them. I'm sick of them crying every day about him. But at the end of the day, I still want him to be the president. Now I will say that there's people that I've talked to in the lounge and people that are Democrats and never trumpers and they said that they'll vote for desantis and they wouldn't vote for Donald Trump. I want to know what you guys think about that. We posed this question on the show before, but I really want to know what you guys think if you want to call in and give some insight. We did a poll on my YouTube channel. And I'm going to look it up so I can get the accurate and accurate number of how many people actually participated in the poll, let me see community tab, look at the poll. We did a poll, it says, who do you want? To be the chosen Republican candidate to run for president in 2024. We had a 127,000 people participate in the poll. Obviously, 100%, maybe 99% of these people are conservative. But 55% of people said they wanted Donald Trump. 40% said they wanted Ron DeSantis. We did another. We did a few other polls on here. Just so you guys could be aware of what the people are thinking, especially on the YouTube channel. And these are significant amount of people on a poll. I mean, all of these are over 100,000 people polled. One of the things was, and I know some of you guys may have comments about this. What issue do you think would drive voters to the poll most in this year's midterm election? Gun laws, apportioned economy, social issues, other. 90% of people said that the economy, inflation gas prices and stocks. 90% out of a 153,000 people, they voted that the biggest thing that's going to make them turn out in the midterms is the economy.

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R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years in sex trafficking case

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years in sex trafficking case

"Singer R. Kelly has been sentenced to 30 years in prison in a federal sex trafficking case in New York A marchesa a letter with the latest R. Kelly did not address the court before his sentence he had little reaction even when his accusers addressed him directly Once said through tears she had lost faith in the legal system until a jury found Kelly guilty of racketeering and other counts in September Another said Kelly made her do things that broke her spirit Kelly who is 55 denied wrongdoing His lawyer said Kelly had an abusive childhood and deserved no more than ten years in prison

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R&B hitmaker R. Kelly due in court for sex abuse sentencing

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

R&B hitmaker R. Kelly due in court for sex abuse sentencing

"It sentencing day for R&B star R. Kelly in a federal sex trafficking case in New York The singer faces the possibility of 25 years or more in prison a jury found the 55 year old guilty of racketeering and other counts last year outrage over Kelly's sexual misconduct with young women and children was fueled in part by the docu series surviving R. Kelly which gave voice to accusers who wondered if their stories were previously ignored because they were black The judge will hear statements from victims and possibly Kelly himself before imposing a sentence His lawyers say Kelly should get a break because of the sex abuse he experienced as a child Julie Walker New York

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Ghislaine Maxwell Gets 20 Years

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:59 min | Last month

Ghislaine Maxwell Gets 20 Years

"Let's talk about a creepy pedophile who absolutely got caught red handed and will now do the time. Nearly 6 months after Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty of 5 charges, including sex trafficking in a minor. It was time to return to court and discuss some sentencing. And Ghislaine is now going to be sentenced for 20 years for her role in the Jeffrey Epstein bullshit. Last week, it was said that the 60 year old Maxwell and her legal team were filing documents saying there was unfair for delaying to serve as sentence that should have been reserved for Jeffrey Epstein. You know, had he not been found on a live in his jail cell back in 2019. They said, look, how about 51 and 63 months or less than 6 years? And I think people got tired of delaying constantly saying I was just following orders that kind of shit. Prosecutors don't like that schtick. They were looking for a sentence of between 30 and 55 years, but look, she got 20. And she put out a statement to you all the victims. I'm sorry for the pain that you experienced. It is my sincerest wish to all those in the courtroom and to all those outside this courtroom that this day brings a terrible chapter to the end to an end. And to those of you who spoke here today and those of you who did not may this day help you travel from darkness into the light. Yet she continues to protect the rapists. What did they do for her in the end? Nothing. Why didn't she talk? She look, she needs to sing before she gets suicide. She's screwed, either way, so might as well bring the predatory men down with her. I mean, there's no way she didn't keep tapes and lots of receipts stashed someplace in one of the safe houses around the world. I know I'm gonna get to that eventually. And really, I guess if there's any justice here, it's that the lane got more than the 51 month she was hoping

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Ghislaine Maxwell to be sentenced in Epstein sex abuse case

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Ghislaine Maxwell to be sentenced in Epstein sex abuse case

"Socialite Ghislaine Maxwell is set to be sentenced in New York today for helping Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused underage girls Maxwell was convicted of sex trafficking in December prosecutors said Epstein who killed himself in 2019 while awaiting trial sexually abused girls as young as 14 over more than a decade and couldn't have done so without the help of Maxwell his longtime companion and one time girlfriend prosecutors say she deserves 30 to 55 years in prison Maxwell denied abusing anyone her lawyers asked for no more than 5 years Julie Walker New York

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"55" Discussed on The Culture Quest

The Culture Quest

08:12 min | 10 months ago

"55" Discussed on The Culture Quest

"Room it is a video game not a movie it was released in twenty twelve. I on the mobile platform. Say i o s First and then it was later available on android and now it's all survivable on Pay and nintendo switch. I didn't know it was a a mobile game. Wasn't my ballgame fest. Which when i first heard of it i thought i yet. This'll be a pay game. Maybe it's available But night it started which is which explains why is quite a A touch based game at screen. Friendly type blair definitely. We'll talk later It was developed by fireproof. And it's a puzzle game utilizing Mostly physical mechanisms but also some visual clues as well throughout the game. There's a story involving unnamed researcher and his quest to discover a fifth element while pitcher. He has a name at adams's initials. Sipe whatever you wanna call that. But then we're putting our fingers in all of his on all of ass well think is away from ass anyway. So he's trying to discover the fifth element and he slowly descends into madness and the element. i'm not totally sure on it. It's a bit fuzzy for me. But he calls it now. Is that right. yeah. I'm not hundred percent. Show what he was going for. I guess you don't expect too much out of an iowa game but Interesting so therefore puzzle boxes and job is small inventory of items that you have on the left yo screen that you can use such as caves and lenses and you can kind of tuggle clues on her office. Well sorry If you total them off you actually do get clues. It's not like you have nothing it'll just tell you it will do the video game thing of I don't think there's anything he'll do they. I guess they closed but the real close when you talk with him on a i'm more like You know. Check the side of the box so i think there was something in the ship. So the non clue vision is sort of. It'll dissuade you from going too far away whereas the clue version will actually tell you at. A looks has both options. It's best player. I would say on a firing or tablet or what i played on which was nintendo switch. Which has a bit of touchscreen as it does have a lot of sort of rotating shapes and sort of like sliding things across the screen. But you can play it with like a Computer and mass yeah Which way did when we played the room to forbid but yeah definitely touchscreen friendly in terms of awards. It won in the year of its release the apple ipad game of the year and also bafta. I don't actually know bafta. Sappho british association for the best british video. Games must be a british thing. I've heard of it before Won best british video game in twenty twelve That's pretty good. They it has a few sekou so it was followed by the room. Terry and the rim three and then is also another one scold all sins. I haven't really looked into it too much. I think maybe the old since one is in. Vr i think there is a via one as well so that might be coming out or I'm not sure if it's i think it's out. Yeah that would actually be cool. It's a game that would lend itself to vr quite well. I think oh like all the games i played. This is probably the best one to because you have so. Many interactions with with objects movement. It's not quite an escape but it does have that vibe to it. You are in a room essentially so we've vr. Is things coming at you but you can definitely interact with things. And there's a lot of things that you click touch that dot do anything. I guess that would be kind of fun in vr. Just like put your hand on these boxes and see if they move you know It's actually really fun all right. What do we think of the game. I i also play the game on switch. But i started the game. It has this intro screen that shows you that. There are two ways to play the game on switch either in hand mode by tapping the touchscreen or induct mode on tv with emotion controls. And i don't have a lot of experience with motion controls like where you point the controller at the screen and was a cursor that you can move by by moving the controller itself and there's like a button to grab in button to zoom in and out and i. I didn't have a good feeling about that type of control because from what i've heard motion controls usually aren't that but i was already kind of plopped on the sofa. I didn't want to get up. And get the switch itself and played with a touchscreen. So i played with emotion controls and by vienna used to them and there were a few moments in which i felt kinda cool. But you know it's awful. I wasn't comfortable in most positions and it's not too precise so there are some struggles every once in a while. Also it gets really tiring to have to hold your hand like fairly steady throughout the game but that aside i felt was really fun. Experience that the game. It's not too long. I finished it in one sitting. Maybe two and a half hours. I think i thought that the puzzles were pretty good. Maybe not the best puzzles ever solved but there were fun. They were challenging. I don't think there were like any puzzles that i thought were totally unclear or unfair or anything like that so the levels pretty good. I think my favorite beta the game was every time we start a new chapter. Like you have a safe or a box in front of you when you know. It's probably more elaborate than appears. But you don't really know where to start so you just kinda move things around. Just click on whatever you can see. You're moving stuff like that. You're you're changing the camera angles all the time and you're just flying stuff until he kind of daily. Find the main riddle of the boxer. You find things to mess around with so every every beginning of chapter one when like everything's opening and don't know what to do it's exciting. I thought and throughout the game. I kind of forgot to follow the story. I dare rid of the letters and notes left by ass. But i don't really try to think about their meaning or construct the whole story in my head or anything and i like the atmosphere of the game. It's a quiet game. There's not a lot of music or maybe not even music at all there was a few sound effects and i think it can sink into the feel of the game and enjoy it but throughout the game i kept thinking maybe i should put on some music like if i'll put on something a bit dark ominous in the background. Maybe that'll make the game even more fun and there was a point where i decided to put on some music when the chapter are was on was over but then i finished that chapter of the game and the game was over so it in ho all in all a pretty good game. Very good puzzles. I love the feel of the game. It's just a perfect length. It does what he does very well. It's not very deep experience or anything. Unless the story goes deeper than i got into i looked at some of the farms and A lot of people said the room to as much not much david but goes a little bit deeper into the fame and it's a little bit well. More wealth on. I mean we played half of it to get a say you might have an opinion on it but if you after the fame and you've done the fist room maybe continue if you thought is just enough but you wanted a bit more. Yeah we only played like you said only. Halfway of the second game we played it together and yeah it seemed like there was a lot more to the story. You get notes not only from asked but from this captain of ship or whatever it was and there's more storms later i think like ass has been through what we are going through and every room..

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"55" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"55" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

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"55" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"55" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

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"55" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"55" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"Have to rewire your mind in your belief in the value of selling intangibles. I think sometimes. I see people only confident selling tangible results and they have a lot of belief barriers around intangibles because they think people don't value that they don't think people will pay money for an improved quality of life better self esteem community friendships learning new skills or communication. Like i see people make a terrible mistake. Assuming the people don't value those things because they assume people don't value those things they don't sell those things they only sell the tangible results and it creates a very high pressure sales environment for them and they end up feeling very pressured to only yield tangible result for their consumer. Now i am saying you do need to work to create an amazing result for your client your team member your consumer like. You still have to do the work to do that. But what is really important is in your selling. You need to get good at selling the intangible and really believing that people would put money down for things like joy and purpose and being home with their kids having a better quality of life and sleeping better unless blow like notice those things. Because if you're only selling dollars earned pounds lost you're going to be you know have a very potentially very transactional customer being like i paid for pounds lost whereas my results and had you sold them intangibles they would actually already be seen the results because you sold them those. It's a man this is great. I'm noticing better digestion. I'm noticing better sleep. I'm noticing better mood. I'm noticing i've made you know a couple hundred dollars here and there. This is fantastic instead of nothing's working for me. Why isn't this working. So it's really important that you sell the full spectrum when it comes to your selling. Do you believe in selling the intangibles were. Are you only focused on the tangible xlt now. Oftentimes we sell based on how we buy. So if you are not comfortable selling intangibles like better quality of life and all the things. I've described it might be because you as a consumer you yourself wouldn't pay money for those things. So therefore you devalue it if you are a consumer and you are constantly only buying things with tangible results and you devalue the intangible as a consumer then of course you're going to mir the exact same thing as a seller with your buyers and the problem with that is you're only selling half the experience but when you sell the full picture you have a consumer and a team and customers that are bought into the full picture. They find in the intangibles. They find joy in both both outcomes. So i think what's really interesting. Is i see people thinking that they can only sell big flashy things and i specifically see this. You know in the coaching arena. I see a lot of a life coaches thinking that they can't people won't pay for life coaching because they'd rather pay people would rather pay for business coaching in often oftentimes and they end up devaluing themselves. Because they're like well. I don't make my client money. So why would they pay me. This is a story. I see life coaches half in. it's a lie. They tell themselves so for me. I would just ask so. Would you pay a life coach. And if their answer is no i wouldn't. That's why they feel out of alignment selling life coaching. Because they haven't bought it for themselves and they don't see the value so in order to sell the intangibles you i have to sell yourself on the value of an intangible. I think this is a really interesting conversation. Because When i think about selling the social selling academy there are definitely tangible. Results that you get in there. You know increased engagement. You hit the next rank. You increase your paycheck. You grow your team. You have people you know that. Sort messaging you in the dmz. Those are very tangible results. But i'm actually really big on selling my members the intangible results they experience in there and i will tell you the intangible result are things. They experienced almost immediately more peace in their business. They don't experience anxiety. The the first of the month the fifteenth of the month in the thirtieth of the of the month. They're no longer in this panicked point chasing mode all the time. They noticed a shift in how they show up online. They noticed that they're more consistent. They noticed that they feel a deep peace. They feel purpose. Feel a renewed sense of joy in this business before they see the tangible results of a rank up or a bigger paycheck. Why because i sell the intangibles. And i truly believe people pay to improve their quality of life and a lot of people are thinking would people actually pay for purpose and joy and meaning and peace as they absolutely because if you are feeling purposeful joyful and peaceful. You're going to be a lot more motivated to keep working. It's really hard to be consistent when you are burnt out exhausted. Miserable and in a negative mindset all the time like it's almost impossible to be consistent in that space so what's fascinating is through the intangibles the students in the academy when they see them and it happens very quickly they show up differently because they're showing up differently because they appreciate the intangibles. They end up creating tangible results for themselves in their business. So it might be true for you and your customers. I want you to think of if you're in health and wellness and you sell weight loss or you sow improved health. You have to sell the the intangibles so that they stay with you until they get. The tangible yielded result. You have to sell them. The value of better sleep of improved mood. Why is that important. You can't just say better and improve mood woohoo. Why but why is a better mood. Why is that better for somebody. Why should they pay money for that. You have to sell them on why someone should pay money for an intangible result and the only way you're going to be able to sell intangibles is only if you have sold yourself. I only if you believe. Yes i would pay for this. I would one hundred percent pay for peace and joy and purpose and learning how to work consistently and learning willpower and learning how to not deal with procrastination not buffer and not be a negative mindset. All the time right you have to have that experience. First yourself and say i absolutely believe in the value of intangibles intangibles. There's two things you are selling so want you to ask yourself today when you think about your selling we think about going online. Are you only selling the tangible results. The things that feel flashy and comfortable to sell. It's easy to sell all help. You make more money a help you lose weight because everybody says yeah. I want that but it takes time in it and it's hard work to lose weight. It's hard work to make money online. It's hard work to have residual income. But if you're just selling like hey more money weight loss and these great tangible results but you have forgotten to sell the value of the intangibles and truly the intangibles are the things you experience on the journey. They are things you experience on your way to getting the result you desire and intangibles keep the belief.

"55" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"55" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

"Number seven. What was the surname of the family. Who adopted a bigfoot or sasquatch. Called harry in an american comedy film of one thousand nine hundred eighty seven number eight in order to change their size and shape the custom of breaking and tightly binding. The feet of young girls was practiced from the tenth to the twentieth century. In which country the mid nine which of the following is not a bone in the foot. Is it a q. Boyd be navicular spheroid. And number ten. Which actor played the role of christy brown. The nine thousand nine hundred nine biographical film left foot route. Three is arms number eleven. What is the largest muscle the human number twelve what number amendment of the. Us constitution enshrines the right of the people to keep and bear arms number thirteen. Which tv game show in which contestants try to guess the most obscure answer two answers to questions has been presented by actor and comedian alexander armstrong since two thousand nine before team. What is the capital city of armenia. A number fifteen which american author published a farewell to arms in one thousand nine hundred twenty nine round four is legs number sixteen doctor. Harold legg was a fictional general practitioner. In which long running tv soap opera number seventeen which of the following is not a fielding position in cricket. Is it a long square-leg deep square-leg or see short square-leg Number eighteen death on two legs is the opening track of a nineteen seventy five album by which british rock band the nineteen. How many legs does a hermit crab of number twenty which of these celebrities legs are reputedly ensured for the most amount of money. is it a singer mariah carey. be irish dancer michael flatley. We'll see footballer. Cristiano renaldo around five is this week's general knowledge round number twenty one in gyp shin mythology. Who is the wife of the gold. Cyrus number twenty two due to its defensive significance throughout history which eleventh.

"55" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"55" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

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"55" Discussed on The Transformational Coach - Thoughts from my Sofa

The Transformational Coach - Thoughts from my Sofa

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"55" Discussed on The Transformational Coach - Thoughts from my Sofa

"Thank you very much for your messages. And your continued Downloads and listens. Do let me know where you're listening from and what you're doing you can contact me on my website at ruina barton kudo uk or click on any of my social media and get in touch that we also like to say. Thank you to those of you. Who have been to the website and also into the online retail sate and purchased your copy of my latest notebooks as well as the one person so far that i've seen as a new sale for my actual book. You don't look. Ill thank you very much to all of you for that does make me smile. And it does make me ju- little happy dance alone round my living room and get loose notifications all right. Let's jump into this week's Topic though this week's topic has a c is around forgiveness now. I'm wondering if it's something that you think about very often or that you've been practicing at all so for is forgiveness. Well forgiveness can be defined as an who voluntarily goes through a process of letting go of feelings and thoughts of resentment or anger between s. Or you know the need for vengeance towards somebody that they believe has wronged them and that includes ourselves so sometimes we do have to consider forgiving ourselves and not necessarily people. So let me ask you this. What are you holding onto. What have you not yet forgiven or let go of and what are the impacts to you of not letting go of these particular issues. Forgiveness can be a very difficult thing to to action when another person hertzel. Sometimes when we hurt ourselves it can really throw your life upside down for quite a period of time. Especially if you one of these people at internalizes love things and you you constantly come back to That particular area of heart. Sometimes that heart is very deep. You know it might be when a spouse appeared in your trust. If you're a victim of kramer even if you've been harshly bullied and anybody who suffered that.

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"55" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

Hermit_Radio

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"55" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

"Need each other. We need to not fight each other. This is the problem you're actively because it's again it goes back to what i said before it's not just about you in your personal development right which is one part of it. It's about the collective. We can't do this without everyone else. All those people that you are calling names all those people you say are fascists and communists or whatever you know like those are just easy names to pick off of twitter. Whatever you still need those people calling people names and by putting people down. You're not including them. But they're all part of the same thing they're all a part of this one consciousness that we're all a part of and we need to learn how to bring us all together instead of furthering our divide in by calling people names and putting people down. All you're doing you're no better than anyone else. You're just as bad as the people. You're trying to call out in my opinion so pull it together. Sit in stillness. Right be silent when it's necessary and if it's avoidable if you can avoid a conflict or avoid tampering your vibrational set point. Then be silent. There's a lesson in it for you i promise. And then lastly are vibrational set point this is this is the collective understanding of all of it right all of these practices. This is really what you're trying to do with all of your trying to understand where you're vibrational point is and how do you fix it right and if we could base it off of you know one out of ten right one hundred ten scale and believe it or not in my journal when i write I actually right. Like what am i feeling today. One out of ten right my feeling eight today and it helps you. May because what it does is it reveals. If you're having a stock pattern right it's revealing whether or not you're in a bad place and you need to do things to increase your vibrational set point and when you start to make changes you'll naturally see that your set point starts to raise like when you start meditating when you start sitting in silence when you start you know learning what your thoughts are avoiding having negative conversations with people in avoiding conflicts. You'll see your national point. Start to raise. Your natural vibration is going to raise There's a great book that covers this By david r hawkins called power verses force if you want to understand what i'm talking about as far as the vibration frequency thing Check that out a read that book or you mean you can listen to it on youtube. I'm sure for free I i would encourage you to do that. I apologize for going on a tangent about you. Know the political stuff and people in the name calling but i really think that at this point we need to understand something. What is all of this actually about what is trying to be a spiritual spiritually developed or self developed person. Like.

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"55" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

Hermit_Radio

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"55" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

"How you can actually do that. Thank you for listening. Have i say all right. Welcome back. This is hermit radio. I'm your host cameron. So last week we talked a little bit about Speaking spiritually developed in what that means in. Are you actually following your own guidelines for whatever that is are you. Are you doing what you need to do to better yourself. Even if it's not spiritually but self development in general so we talked about that last week. And i hope it wasn't too hard or too critical so we'll tone it down a little bit today and today what i'd like to talk is Stillness and silence two very important things that i think we really don't have enough of in our lives and i'm gonna talk about why we need that. Why it's important but hope everybody's doing good The the viewership keeps going up the amount of countries that this podcast is listen to continues to go up. So it's crazy. I love it. I hope you guys are enjoying the The unapologetic empath If you're listening to that in you like it. Would you send me an email. at hermit. radio edgy dot com. And let me know if you like it or if you'd like to hear more stuff like that or even just on the this particular podcast having multiple shows. I'd love feedback on that It's getting a lot of you so people must be liking listening to it so I'll take that for that. But also you know i just wanna have fun with this podcast. You know like. I said i wanted to be kind of like my own little Underground radio station. You know some name to figure out how to have like music interactive with it and You know maybe even some push buttons for some sound effects or something funny like that. I don't know but the one thing that will remain the same is the message. My message is peace. My message is forgiveness in. My message is compassion. And that's what we all need. That's those are the fundamental key elements to make this whole thing. Work and i was talking to my friend about this The other day was talking about being kind of you know. I don't like to call myself enlightened. But i would definitely say that. I'm spiritually developed and qualify. Working on being a fully self developed person Mastering my emotions..

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"55" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

Home Space and Reason

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"55" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

"The television resisted having one in your home but at some point gave in and yet a huge amount of space is dedicated to it. Might you rethink that. Do you have space for self expression and creativity in roughly the same proportions that reflect your priorities. So if you still want the tv maybe give it less space or less dominance if you love to run do you have space for stretching a display for. You're finishing medals. And bibs from your most memorable races maybe you're creative outlet. Is this methodically working through home. One room at a time and getting it dialed in so it speaks to your soul. The act of that is creative in and of itself as always minimize things when possible by removing things. That don't light you up or that you haven't touched in years. Organizing helps you make room for new ideas. It reduces visual clutter which can boost your physical energy and in turn spark creative juices. You can even do this in baby steps you can say to yourself self. You're going to pick one thing a week to get rid of and do it in a very intentional way. Pick something you don't need or want or that you haven't touched in ten years and then listed on the by nothing website so it doesn't go into a landfill if you can't get rid of it on buy nothing or it's not your thing. Maybe there's a school that could use what you need to get rid of case in point to get rid of my fine china. I didn't use most of it. And it had been saddled with it out of guilt for twenty years. I found that a private school hosts fundraiser every year. Where they have an author in to talk about their book and to have t they sell tickets for this event and it turns out. They don't have a real set of teacups and saucers for this event. They were delighted to take my fine english china off my hands to us at this annual event which will elevate it and make it an even better experience for those people who purchase tickets the whole experience will be more refined all. Because i was able to give a home to something i no longer wanted. Getting rid of. This frees up more space for things in my kitchen that do light me up. I moved my crock pot to a newly freed up shelf. Because i use it all the time that freed up space where it was to access my insta pot. It was buried before. So i didn't use it. Everything now feels and functions better. So it's interesting to me. How minimizing the stuff in a space helps creative juices flow. I want to tell you story because you know who doesn't love a good story recently. I showed buyer aloft for sale. In portland's park blocks. It was modern and minimal with just enough furniture for it to embrace you and feel homey yet. It had no clutter. One wall was painted a really nice dark blue. Another wall was all windows. That face trees so you could bear witness. As the seasons passed the items the seller chose for the space felt intentional and thought through from the work desk that you stand out to the hanging modern divider between it and the bed to separate the space into subtle rooms. I could imagine myself living here. Who would i be in this downtown loft living here. You'd have access to restaurants right outside your door and some of the best running paths and loops complete with views and cherry blossom trees in the spring creativity in this smaller loft might be through athletics and your ability to run a different path every day. The few pieces of our the owner chose were absolutely stunning. One was a larger scale framed. Collage of small three dimensional would flowers. That created pattern all packed together tightly all the same color in a scandinavian minimal vibe rich with texture and yet still neat and tidy in its matching light would shadow box frame. How does this tie in with creativity. You ask well. It turns out the person who lived. There was a designer at a major athletic shoe company. This minimal stunning space was.

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"55" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"55" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

"Think? Long as well long as opposed to Colonial interview the data. Calico Jack's month Instagram name again I just need it and let's happy birthday sending in at work and go to wind down off off off. Now I can go in all yours. Okay, first set up voicemail on a best friend and various and Mondays through Thursdays something about media. PTSD to the boss the Boss music some accompany the same thing spreading a message, but all spread awareness walk off you guys. So I doubt go.

"55" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"55" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"55" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"55" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

"I want you to give me my boss. And yes, I assume mobile. Is it like a company for yeah. Oh, okay, okay. You got merch music so that so in the younger to stay under? Okay. Life and loss of what to do. It is a New Jersey lawyer Pablo alihan panas. Ben Franklin framing job and then obviously you tell me about a month or so for small for any based off. Going off. What was the main goal when you guys from Up? I took off a group, right? Yeah, I mean even I don't remember much and everything from around home page so far down almost 20 key job. Okay to 1108 East Mala Mala, but then it's just Blue by 20 Ki age group cakes Max but I'm just like you said 8 p.m. Is remaining balance test using any like based on music music muqabla song. Recording recordings performance performance performance. Yeah. Okay. So back to the hardcore megasite then the King James Hall and Joan Baez stuff like that so I can drop link the episode don't need to repeat them to need someone to the music scene. Just so influenced Pauline quite accurate dead dead languages device off and bake cakes. No going off and like good afternoon more money for Boise.

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"55" Discussed on Living the Freedom Life

Living the Freedom Life

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"55" Discussed on Living the Freedom Life

"Didn't like games and one day. I decided to find out why. It took some time and getting to some seclusion some time alone with my thoughts and I discovered that for a long time I was convinced that I had a great excuse of why we didn't play games as a kid who we had a ranch, running a feed store, and taking care of cattle and horses, while it sounds glamorous after sundown comes you get some rest instead of playing games. Will later on in life I learned that even my city friends. They were tired because we're all busy, right. Well as busy as we let ourselves be remember a few episodes ago. But my friends still played games and here's the weird thing to me is that they had fun doing it? I couldn't understand how they could possibly be having fun doing as they were really competitive or something, I felt like there was something wrong with me that I didn't see the fun and playing games, and actually I felt judged. Not to worry, things have changed. Let me let me explain. This past weekend while there was an entire, heard of people gathered around our dining room table, playing games and I watched someone I dearly loved. Really struggle with learning the fundamentals of a basic simple game. And I was able to see myself just a few months ago. It was like holding a mirror in front of myself and I watched. I listened. And I observed. When I was a kid when we would try to play a game, it was difficult because it always ended up with tension in the room, and some type of loud argument and gritted teeth, a slamming doors and worse. When you're a kid, you finally figure out. That's not something I. Want to repeat, so you've stop asking to play games, and then you convince yourself that your thoughts during that situation. Are True. Even and especially when they're about you. During a game, I always felt stupid. I felt like I wasn't worth playing games because I couldn't figure anything out I couldn't face a challenge and it was useless to try. Well that spilled over into my adulthood, because it's crucial on how we first learn things. How you first learned. Something carries the trajectory of how we'll do it afterwards. It let me repeat that because it's really important how you first learned. Something carries the trajectory of how we will do it afterwards. We'll because of my current family circumstances I have joyfully been introduced to a couple of games. I'm a different person now. My Wife's family man. They're really heavy into games. This is really awakened me and changed the way I not only see myself, but other competitive situations. Has. It been a Freedom Journey oh definitely. Has It all been fun. Well No! Battle of fighting through the challenge, the frustration and these habitual thinking patterns. have been still are tough. But this is where I say I'm not only a certified coach, but I'm a client as well. Because I simply follow the system that we use and calmer coaching, and let me tell you I may not always conquer the challenge in front of me. But I am learning to conquer the challenge side of me. That universally true. I know I haven't gone off the deep end, and that the universe is speaking to me. That's as the world trying to put a mask on God and calling it the universe. That's no one talking about. But there is a truth that cannot be shaken. You can't shake the truth. You see what we remember about any situation as how we felt. It's been proven that we don't remember the thoughts that we have before the emotions come. Okay, follow me on this one. What we remember is how we felt in the situation. You see our thoughts. Drive our emotions in other words how we see or interpret a situation or to say it another way our thoughts, they will drive our emotions then how many of us know that our decisions can be driven by emotions? I mean making an emotional decision usually turns out to be a bad one. But we have to understand that our emotions drive or influence our decisions, and the decisions will make will be the engine for our actions. Now once that pattern is established how we first learn, that will set the trajectory on the next time. We approach what we feel. Is that same situation? We can say coming in. We simply remember how we felt in that earlier situation. We don't want to repeat it, so we go with what worked last time. Never, remember not exactly this shame, the guilt and embarrassment, but we will remember how we relieved the shame, guilt and embarrassment. The relief is what we remember. This is how we established patterns in our life. See I had been missing out all a lot of fun playing those games when I chose to see a familiar situation. Come Up, I thought I recognized it looked a certain way. All turned out. That wasn't true. I had changed I. was around different people at different environment? Nothing was the same, but I saw it to be the same. And that was the Lai. Now it took some time to learn the truth, but I have and now the challenge is not what I faced on the outside, but remembering the truth on the inside and remembering what is actually the Lai? Game night looks very different for me now. In fact, it's the polar opposite for me now I love game night. The next time that you face a challenge on the outside, ask yourself. What's the challenge on the inside? Am I seeing this current situation through my past filters? Or am I seeing the current situation through current and clear lenses. That my friends is living the freedom. Life. We have some resources available for you? If you want help battling this challenge on the inside, we WANNA. Help you. See the challenge for what it is and help you convert. And Pretty soon you too, will be living the freedom live. This is not just a tagline. ME. I'm waiting for game night. So until next time. Living, the freedom live. This is cal. We're glad you joined us today. If this was your first time, make sure and hit the subscribe button. To find out more about Comic Murray coaching. Please go to our website and there. You can book a free initial consultation to get you on the path towards living the freedom life. Thank you so much for listening today and remember we give away what we have. Let's make sure we receive life. We'll see you next Thursday and until then let's keep living.

"55" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

Wednesdays at Nine

08:07 min | 3 years ago

"55" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

"Part. Oh you got my name is expensive. Yeah Oh my gosh the break short ribs. It was a pizza Salad Pizza Salad net. We're out of me. That's all that was from weird science. Stephen The fucking again brother sorry. I woke up. Daisies Laid Down Rocking Pizza Salad and drank one hundred sixty dollars wolf camp. What A fuck SORTA got like Pasta anyways and then also the real so we fucking went to a huge piece of veal the fucking show and then you fuck that. We're not going up there and we found like close up seats and because we knew you can tell it was going to be not that basically it was like on a Monday night or something so I was pleased. Please were hate move from my shoulder and tell me I have to go. Yeah so actually. We're locked out and we had great seats heat three hundred dollars seats because we're like in the front area so it's a fuck you guys. I'm paying for this shit. WHO's going to pay for this Nag? xactly really who's GonNa pay for this Vegas Vegas Baby Vegas bargain. That doesn't exist. Did you few plan ahead. They get good. Watch out there still. Yeah I went to a few. They could inventory Tori all that shit. Yeah what watch out did he go to. I forget the name on this one I I went to Paneriai store. A CAESAR'S I I went to Some other one I always like to go to watch which Watches of the world. There's no there's like a boutique. Let's call it Delhi watches. Okay is huge. But what's your back. I didn't I didn't go to that but I told you guys I wonder that plays four dollars for ice cubes. Yeah Classic Fuck Man. Yeah Yeah never go back unless you guys want to install done back so I'm taking this real estate course right. Yeah the broker's license I like that and it's like it's an intense. It's two weeks nine two six four days a week. Oh is it. Yeah it's it's that seventy two hour class hang out in for an four nine two six. How many people in Class are eight total ninety six classes? There's like nine thousand nine of us. There probably be like sixteen or the youngest now probably not. That's cool. Yeah there's a fucking uh young lady younger than me there for sure and you can just take it to take it now. You have to be licensed as you have to have a real estate license for at least two years before you can okay and you have to be active so any presentation GonNa do. No no no. It's just basically he's just a course to prepare you for an exam that you take you know at the state level. Whatever right pass this exam but the people you know like there's all sorts of people all blond ladies that like cell fuck in condos musically and then there's like Mike is this young fucking guy who's like probably are a couple of years older than us just the most outspoken person just has a a lot to say? Oh Yeah and you know what the fuck up. He's also got a bit of a speech impediment where he has a hard time starting but but he's real excited to get it out and before he can like fully realize what he wants to say if I stumbled over his words words and so but it just he has like one on one conversations with the instructor like hey. Hey there's a bunch of people here like we don't this this back and forth. Interaction has to stop you know what I mean. Yeah and he's like I had to go up in front of the Real Estate Commission months and the instructors like really what you went all the way up to Tallahassee and sat in front of the Real Estate Commission Board for Chicago Felony and they told me I wasn't going to be able to practice real estate and he's like so. How long have you been practicing? Who's like oh on an offer three years but this is unlikely probability that he went up to you know stood in front of the Executive Board of the Florida Real Estate Association? I've talked to my dad guy. Dude yeah just kind of all the yeah. It's just funny to see all of these different personalities come together to go through this course you should one of them but like completely unrelated at some point I wanted just Tim Tim Tim Tim. You have a lot to say we get it up to learn here. Timmy smoke a blunt with puff off daddy okay. He's training for the West Palm Beach Half Marathon. It's on it's on December eighth. It is GONNA be tim cells Hashtag on his running shirt with this chafe nipples. Yeah Yeah Doug Anyway. I hope I hope you do on your I know you will. I'll let you know how it's going next week because I'll still be in the fucking class like a mid term. I mean like a halfway exam now oh no next Thursday. I'll take test if I pass it. I can take the real one of the next Thursday. That's awesome yeah. That's it right next Thursday and then you're done then I'll I'll be able to work on my three minutes. Stand up. Yes I'm excited for you. Man This is a big step. Yeah three minutes. Oh you fucked cards. Oh what are you talking about the fucking broker chrysalis group to. Yeah Hell. Yeah Man. It's amazing using you know that's an amazing step for you. Dude come a long way. Fuck Yeah Man. Yeah are you. Are you proud of yourself yeah. I'm pretty proud. Good thanks man. Yeah it should be. It's quite the accomplishment for the class and go right I go past the fucking test asked. That's all yeah well you do your best and then if you don't you just fucking kill yourself perfect. Let's episode. That's all right. Well I'll like I said that's not a joke. Sorry those are just your deep dark Sun Bitch. We'll ask all our listeners to say a prayer for you thank you. Pass that exam eight next week next week or next week but start now. We need a big prayer sector. We're GONNA need a bit long if anyone has some cool jokes they'd like to share. No no they can't because then you gotta steal exactly private messages directly to me. The only one checking on the g mail. Yeah right to was at nine A. G. Mail DOT COM. I'll be sure to encrypt that. We'll check out our is grab. Instagram weds at nine and also you know you can listen to us on spotify stitcher stitcher Olot cat podcast tunes. We're all we're on there. We're everywhere all of it and leave is a good review. Thank you very much. Yeah it's it's all about the five stars appreciate it. Yeah for sure thank you guys. We'll talk to you next week for episode fifty seats Workday Yourself..

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"55" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

Wednesdays at Nine

05:23 min | 3 years ago

"55" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

"Table in the kitchen. Jn sweeping under my feet. You know. There's ten fifteen seconds right there. Those six was it felt so long. I know right a crazy but that is a good as much I know about jokes. I don't know I don't have a the energy to sustain. I could see you standing up there. Uh You know sometimes. Hey you could. Yeah you know. Sometimes you could be funny. You know I'm guest on. I feel like Tom. We'll be busy times. Yeah I got my wife in the crowd here thanks for coming you. It sounds like it's where he sounds like my head was the differs of penis full. Blow your Christmas Christmas bonus. You sound like we're we're one of the lighthouse guys. Yeah you do you sound like an old will head How long have we been on? That's your problem. Young man three days live weeks even you lobsters terrible. Whoa where did you see that you know that you watch read ban trailer? Yeah pretty much fuck this movie man. Oh I need glasses really bad. This movie got no color. Yeah I don't know and his square square. Yeah we should do. We should try to do that. Men Stand up. Yeah like for our listeners. I would love to and then we can. We have microphones. We can stand up and we could be like Tom could be. We should do that. Let's do that for episodes sixty. We've got five weeks to come up with each a three minute bit right there. That will be okay. I'M GONNA throw this out there. You guys okay with that. I can do a three year but I don't WanNa wait five weeks. I think like two weeks or one week. You WanNa do it next last week. Let's do it in two weeks okay. Fifty seven yeah two weeks we do a three minute bit. We have a three man. Vote on this come in two weeks three minutes. What do you think Thomas to episode fifty seven? We're doing it. Yeah any vote. Yes soon against you if you show up here the three minute bit. You're going to say it if you don't show up you in the three minute bit. It won't have anything to contribute. Well which is you know. Shoot to have to have it if not for example if me and Max have it then you do fifty eight. We'll we'll by you an extra week but two weeks we come up with no joke for nine minutes. Only one person will be talking for three of each. Yeah right we do three. He minutes three minutes three minutes. Yeah three minute. Yeah we even if you don't have even if you don't have a bit you're GonNa sit there only one talk okay yes yes and and and okay cool fifty-seven we will be writing three minute joke. Bids definitely exist. He's already started exactly. Maybe that's the day we changed our name to weeds at Nah Man Not sitting well with me on. Yeah it's always tough ordering they're going to get movie tickets when you really baked. It's so stressful. Because you buy them at a place well like you used to buy online and print them but you still have to encounter someone so like the whole time you're standing in line you're like our own AC- fast and furious eight fast and furious eight fast and the viewers forever finally got there. Ed Hey look at the menu and you're like fuck which movie was going to see us go fast and furious eight at eight. You know what time I always had the worst anxiety doing that. Oh yeah okay it was fucking terrible. And then they're like sorry it's been sold out those people people in front of just by the lasting tickets. Oh Yeah Oh God what can you imagine that they used to happen every week. Now it's perfect man. I move GEICO now. You can show up to the happened though to me like I just wanted to movies there was to fucking little Lulu all my seats and it's like come on man. Yeah where a you're over here picking seats you mean like yeah like that very much everywhere. Now is reserved seating right. You know like cinemark movies. Yeah I chose these seats ED FUCK OUTTA here move next door to seize next to me and then the people showed up after that and they can move from. CDC and I was like what are you doing man. Yeah you're obviously in here. We're the fucker your seats right. Did you buy chosen. This is not a full theatre. Maybe he did it all day matinee but we were those people in Vegas when we watch the Circus Soleil show we buy the cheap tickets which were still cheap. fucking whatever. The apiece one sixty for salmon eighty piece. Yeah isn't that after dinner meal. No that was and then we went to Wolf Dinner Theatre. Wolfgang Puck gang.

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"55" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

Wednesdays at Nine

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"55" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

"You won't you're not going to be like Oh that was really stupid of me. All right here we go the fucked up part is I haven't had dinner yet so I'm starving. Hell Yeah even your your. This was all the trick like I the dinner Astle you know. His Camera Camera Flashes on the highest brightness. Can you change that. You can adjust the brightness of the damn flashlight. Oh that's a great thing to know because because you know restaurants that's over forty five that pulls out your cell phone flashlight waving around a willy. Nilly right no consideration of other diners. Yeah you can go fuck off right now. So I have to agree with Matt's too bright. Okay bring in your fucking readers. There's no restaurant that's too dark to see the menu how I liked it okay. The check the menu brightness. Exactly there there. It is for the people listening. Thomas just turned his screen brightness up and pointed it down fucking Bonar. So if you're out with your aunt or your uncle your mom your dad and you see him do that not only make them feel really bad but then tell them to just adjust their screen brightness and then tell them to listen to Wednesdays at nine I was awesome. He didn't hear it just Eh. PSA listening to Max as a PSA. Please listen to Wednesday's nine Nice. So so what do you think I love. The texture of the means definitely a little bit on the harder side. Spongy But like you said a little salt but I mean a lot worse I like a restaurant. Yeah exactly hundred percent like honestly on a camp on me. I'll eat that for dinner. I'll pour one hundred percent and if we had like three cops like Yeti tumblers or something like that. Yup You just like dump even a Dixie Kantor. Ah Camping Yeah Oh yeah yeah. Yeah Yeah that is actually my stomach feels mark keep eating stop. Don't stop eating. I'll leave the whole thing. I want you to think it needs a little salt and maybe a sprinkle Parm And being demeaned bounding bing. Don't get over that fucking back and it's not that bad for you only have eight hundred milligrams of sodium which it's the entire service. Yeah yes just soup remember. Did we talk about what avenue. Boy He can clamp down. I got clam chowder for which have had before the rei no from Walmart Walmart but it's chunky brand soup right so we're at the campsite the night before and I'm like oh let's eat the soup for dinner. Eat the soup for dinner the next day EH or fly fishing in this beautiful little stream and we walked so far down is probably a mile that we walked down upstream. Yeah so oh where. We parked the car. There were restrooms choice trained and stranger things. There's all these elk right. So they're rotting the rush just over so they're walking around and we're trying to avoid them and stay safe and there's gotta be probably seventy five fucking Canadian geese in the middle of the stream so I'm like my line breaks amount of flies flies. I'm like all right. I have to go to the bathroom. I'M GONNA run to the bathroom start walking back. I'm on the. Let's say the left side of the river and the in the river all the geese and I'm not wearing waiters so I'm running down and then look maybe fifty yards in front of me. There's like six elk haning around there no cover for me to hide or go around them right. I'd be I'm just exposed in the elements so I'm like. Oh fuck all right meeting. Yeah let me fuck you up angrier. Let me walk back to the bridge right but the bridges like so far back back where it came from him like I needed to go back now. I cannot wait the Giza. There it's shallow. There's a walking walking path on the other side so there was waiting in the water there yet. They're just standing in the gutter right because it's like this little beach pebble beach. Yeah and I'm like. Oh boy I run through the elk and I tried to Hugli River and I hide or just run through the geese and they fucking Hongkongers attack me or just poop over here on the side of the river. There's a lot of people walking around. Yeah you can't poop out in the Wilderness. Sounds like all right right and just walking through the geese and walk through the geese up to like over my knees deeper water river and the fucking Geezer Honk and Can pooping. Yeah Green poop proven all over. Yeah just poops flown down the river. Okay so I'm across the river and I make it and I'm like booking like walking so so fast speed walking hoop on him holding the fly reel in Ron and this fucking old guys. Are you get any luck today. And I'm like no. It wasn't Berga. He goes back to run out of luck with this bottle of mine. Yes he goes. Oh Yeah I could tell you must have been catch and release. I was like yeah thank you. You know the only thing I could think of your honk and that point I was so upset and I was like shaking my hand and it's just like overwhelming start sweating and it's cold out right so I get to the bathroom and before I can even like pence are just down. I'm not even near the toilet seat yet. fucking there you go clam chowder. Revenge walk walk that normally you know. I'm a Germaphobe. So I like toilets lay down. I put a mummy on the show that see this free right here. Where were you news? Fishing terribly solid food. I was fishing the story mark..

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