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The Biden Economy Is Stumbling Towards Stagflation

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:52 sec | Last week

The Biden Economy Is Stumbling Towards Stagflation

"All right, fat war and sharp rise in interest rates pose risks to U.S. economy. Bitcoin falls from falls 55% from its high, according to The Wall Street Journal. What's this all mean? Well, it means exactly what I told you two months ago. We are headed for stagflation with inflation and a recession at the same time. It's a replay of the Carter presidency. It's a replay of the aftermath of the Carter presidency. All kind of compressed. I think the rebound from the Carter presidency at the end of the next Republican president will be very, very quick. Come 2025, but we're stuck because Joe Biden's reflex. Let's spend more money. That will not work. In fact, you got to drain the money out of the system. There is no scientific way to do this. You have to use a bludgeon. You have to use a hammer on interest rates to drive out inflation.

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Biden Depletes Oil Reserves as Poll Numbers Tank

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | Last month

Biden Depletes Oil Reserves as Poll Numbers Tank

"So Trump blasts the depletion of the strategic oil reserve. I want you guys to know Trump that hadn't been filled in decades. Trump filled it up 593.6 million barrels of oil. Biden is going to deplete one third of that. That is only supposed to be used in case of emergencies, like in case of an emergency break the glass. Biden is doing that. Sadly, inflation and soaring rinse and the housing crisis continues under the Biden administration, but there's some good news and I want to bring you that good news from my headline Biden's poll numbers somehow keep getting worse praise God. So people aren't falling for it. You would think that at some point, president Joe Biden are president select Biden's poll numbers couldn't get any worse. So far, you would be wrong. And NBC News poll found that Biden is now at 40% approval. The lowest level of his presidency with 55% of people disapproving of his job performance

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Florida Governor Wants to End Special Privileges for Disney

The Larry Elder Show

00:54 sec | Last month

Florida Governor Wants to End Special Privileges for Disney

"Me. Florida's governor Ron DeSantis. Addressed on Thursday, the suggestion of repealing a 55 year old state law that allows Disney to effectively govern itself on the grounds of Walt Disney World following the company's public opposition to a controversial parental rights law in Florida. What I would say as a matter of first principle is I don't support special privileges and law just because a company is powerful and they've been able to wield a lot of power. I love this guy. I love this guy. Fight back. This is the way you fight back. Desantis said this during a press conference in West Palm Beach, Florida today. Disney has been engaged in a war of words with Republicans in Florida leading up to Monday signing of the controversial bill, which prohibits classroom instruction on quote sexual orientation. And that's what it is, guys,

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The Totalitarian Truth Hidden Behind KBJ's "Biologist" Comment

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:00 min | Last month

The Totalitarian Truth Hidden Behind KBJ's "Biologist" Comment

"By now you've probably heard the back and forth between katangi Brown Jackson and Marsha Blackburn went into this in great detail. Yesterday and talked about how katangi Brown Jackson was unable to answer a very basic question. She was not able to answer the question of what is a woman. Now, katangi Brown Jackson, of course, has been mocked openly by almost every major conservative media outlet. You wouldn't even know she said this if you looked at CNN or The New York Times, the only way they describe it is right wingers pounce on tangi Brown Jackson to be unable to answer question or to yielding to experts and it kind of struck me as very interesting the way that she answered this question. And I listened to this tape over and over again. And first of all, katangi Brown Jackson has a smug attitude. She has a contempt for the entire process. She feels entitled to be the next Supreme Court Justice. You're going to see in her mannerisms, the way she's answering questions, she does not have any, I don't think she has any humility that prior nominees have had such as Amy Coney Barrett, who I thought was magnanimous and charming, contagion Brown Jackson has no such tone. And how she's approaching this. But I want you to re listen to this tape, because I think it's very telling. In fact, it's a unique window into how katangi Brown Jackson and the upcoming CRT regime or the new status, if you will, that we are going to be battling for the rest of my life, how they view the world. It's a window into who they think should actually have the power and why they think you should have almost none. Play cut 55. Can you provide a definition for the word woman? Can I provide a definition? No. Yeah. I can't. You can't? Not in this context. I'm not a biology. You have the word woman is so unclear in controversial that you can't give me a definition. She's not a biologist. Now, she should be mocked for that. She should be ridiculed for her inability to answer just the basic biological question, XX, XY chromosomes, not that hard, women can give birth, men can not. Pretty easy, pretty simple. What an opportunity for katangi Brown Jackson to have had a viral moment that might have had Republicans vote for, say, excuse me. I'm a woman. I'm a mother. I know what a woman is. You know what a woman is Marsha Blackburn. Instead, she almost says, no, I can't answer that because she knew, of course, the alphabet mafia would come after her, but the way she answered it, though, was more than just, I can't, which is, I'm not the specialist here. I'm just a judge trying to be on the Supreme Court.

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So Far, the Russia Gamble Isn't Paying Off

The Larry Elder Show

01:21 min | 2 months ago

So Far, the Russia Gamble Isn't Paying Off

"Now, no change in force posture for about 5000 U.S. troops in Poland following the air strikes on that military trainings that are just inside Ukraine and Russia has still not achieved air superiority over Ukraine. Now, as I mentioned, there is one country of NATO Estonia who is urging a no fly zone to my knowledge. It is the only one I could be wrong about that. Now, an Australian major general named Mick Ryan is also been writing about the war and I've also been impressed with his reporting. And he says Russia has committed now 55% of their total regular ground forces to the invasion of Ukraine, which he says was a tactical risks. While there are forces still in Russia for reinforcements, they're either on missions in training or of lower quality. It is a strategic risk. Russia has employed a large portion of its ground combat in a single mission that it clearly hoped would be over quickly. It was a calculated risk. It was a gamble and apparently it is not paying off. The idea, now plan

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How Derek Khanna Went From the Hill to Bitcoin

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:24 min | 2 months ago

How Derek Khanna Went From the Hill to Bitcoin

"We have Derrick kahana. He is the executive director for the Bitcoin policy institute. For those of you out there might be wondering about Bitcoin today is your day. You've made the right podcast to us because we want to get out because you know my first question is for somebody my age 55 so I talked to him about Bitcoin. I want to know, is that what I used to get out of my cracker Jack box? Is that it? Derek, we're glad to have you on the podcast today. Yeah, glad to be here. Really excited to chat about Bitcoin and answer your questions. And get to learn more about what's going on. Well, that is great. Well, I was also a little bit about how you got there, but you have an interesting we have sort of a similar background. You were on the hill for a while, Republican study committee, doing some things with them. Tell us how you went from the hill to Bitcoin. Yeah, absolutely. I was a house staff for a Senate staffer. I managed technology policy for the House Republican study committee when you were one of our members. You're on one of our task forces task forces that I was involved with. So definitely appreciate your support there. And I had some initial conversations on Bitcoin back in 2011 and 2012 with policymakers. And then since then, I've been more involved teaching lawyers with the federalist society and then founding this organization, which excited I'm excited to talk about, but I definitely had a lot of experience with some of the real battles back in the Obama administration and then afterwards.

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Peter Schiff: Government Is Spending 55% More Than in 2019

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Peter Schiff: Government Is Spending 55% More Than in 2019

"So Peter Joe Biden said this weekend the government spending basically debts and deficits have nothing to do with inflation kind of echoing the MMT people these modern monetary theorists conspiracy theorists as you call them is that true this government spending have nothing to do with it They can spend whatever they want Well no repercussions at all and the value of the dollar Of course not There's no such thing as a free lunch If you look at what the U.S. government is spending in the most recent fiscal year Not what they're projecting for the next year But just the year that just passed the governor is spending about 55% more money than it spent in 2019 So you had better than a 50% increase in the size of the government because you measure government by what is spending And every dollar of spending has to be paid for by the people Because you don't get all that government for nothing we didn't have any official tax increases to cover that 50% increase in the cost of government How is the government paying for all this stuff that we're getting if it didn't raise our taxes Well with inflation the Federal Reserve is printing the money so that we don't have to pay higher taxes So instead we pay higher prices So every time you go to the supermarket or you write your rent check or you go and fill up your car with gasoline don't think about Putin or COVID or some exogenous factor or greedy corporations You are paying a tax inflation is a tax It's the way we are paying for government So when Biden says that nobody earning less than $400,000 is going to pay higher taxes to pay for my government spending he is lying

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No. 14 Texas Tech survives Oklahoma 56-55 in Big 12 semis

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

No. 14 Texas Tech survives Oklahoma 56-55 in Big 12 semis

"The sixth ranked Kansas Jayhawks won decisively over the TCU horned frogs seventy five to sixty two senior tribology scored twenty two points to help the J. hawks earned the first big twelve tournament championship appearance in three years kits is playing for its twelve big twelve tournament title in the nightcap the fourteenth ranked Texas tech red raiders won a close one over the Oklahoma Sooners fifty six to fifty five losing their only other title game appearance in two thousand five the red raiders will be playing for the first big twelve tournament championship in program history Ian Ecklund Kansas city

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Biden: U.S. Military Raid in Syria Results in Death of ISIS Leader

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:43 min | 3 months ago

Biden: U.S. Military Raid in Syria Results in Death of ISIS Leader

"We had the ISIS raid that just happened. Let's play cut 55, Joe Biden taking credit for it saying last night operating on my orders. The United States military forces successfully removed a major tariff threat to the world play cut 55. Last night, operating in my orders, the United States military forces successfully moved in major terrorist threat to the world. The global leader of ISIS. Known as Haji Abdullah now, one of the main reasons why Biden is executing a lot of these foreign policy decisions right now is obviously trying to resurrect his abysmal poll numbers. And the consensus in The White House is not that he's actually doing a bad job. It's that Afghanistan was for whatever reason, the alleged turning point when things started to go awry. In The White House a lot of people say, yeah, that was really, you know, kind of where people had a misunderstanding of how great our administration actually is. This is also exactly why Joe Biden wants to mobilize troops to the Ukrainian Russian border. You see Joe Biden thinks he can get moderates and people on the center right to think more highly of him if he's going to try to quote unquote put wins on the board for foreign intervention. Play cut 50. The current situation demands that we reinforce the deterrent and defensive posture on NATO's eastern Flank. President Biden has been clear that the United States will respond to the growing threat to Europe's security and stability. Our commitment to NATO article 5 and collective defense remains ironclad. As part of this commitment and to be prepared for a range of contingencies, the United States will soon move additional forces to Romania, Poland and Germany. So you're starting to see a lot of activity overseas, and it's by no mistake. This is all by design. You know, I'm glad to see the leader of ISIS taken out obviously. I'm not glad to see the escalation of troops in the eastern theater. But it's all trying to distract from what is happening domestically, which is a rise in crime, drug overdoses, suicides, incredibly weak economic figures, half a million people, displaced from the job market, otherwise that would not. A total failure when it came to allowing early interventions when it comes to treatment to the COVID-19 virus or the Fauci virus as we'd call it, and so when you look at what's happening overseas, you could call it a wag the dog effect. Here's the big

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Just How Unpopular Is Joe Biden?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Just How Unpopular Is Joe Biden?

"How popular is Joe Biden, Richard? Pretty unpopular. So the last and I told people this was going to happen. Joe Biden does not have a base. Excuse me. Everybody needs to remember this as we move forward. He never had a base. He called him the great unremarkable. Donald Trump had, you know, 40% of the country, 38, 40%. It would constantly tell us they strongly approve of the job he does. No matter what he did, it wasn't going to budge. Obama was the same way. Joe Biden has always in mired in the 20s with that number if he's lucky. Strongly disapprove of the job Joe Biden is doing. Charlie is now at the number Trump and an Obama had for people who love that who strongly approved of them. So after COVID, it became clear on COVID, where he did have high marks in our polling for a while. But after it became clear that he wasn't really going to be better at handling the pandemic and that approval started to fall, it all collapsed for him. And on immigration, he's in the low 30s. Foreign policy, the low 30s. On all of the measures of a president, he is in the 30s. Overall, we have met about 39%. There is still some goodwill there over the pandemic, but we have him now he fell into the low 40s for the pandemic. So and a good 55% disapproving. So, you know, you can almost overlap those two trends. And there's right now what we saw in this poll was a crack in the democratic base. The liberal, the more left wing side of the Democratic Party, is joining with the very few remaining conservative Democrats in disliking him. So democratic approval now is almost 20% in our poll. Wow. We haven't seen base fracture like that. I've never seen. I've never pulled the president in my career with base fracture like that.

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Biden Just Landed Us In A Big Hot Mess!

The Trish Regan Show

02:16 min | 4 months ago

Biden Just Landed Us In A Big Hot Mess!

"Just when you think it can't get any worse for Joe Biden, what do you know it does? Americans are reacting to that miserable, awful disastrous press conference this week, and their reacting by even lowering their esteem for him even more. Let me share with you the results of the latest polls. This is actually a RealClearPolitics poll of polls, which shows for the first time Joe Biden has actually seen his approval rating sink. Overall, all the average of all the polls to 40.5%. Wow, and his disapproval rating is now 55 .3%. So more than half the country now thinks that Joe Biden is doing a really bad job. You know why that is? It's because he is. He is doing a really bad job. And you know what, you can only fake it for so long. Americans are not stupid. I keep saying that because for some reason, this team at The White House really thinks we are stupid and they think if they just say, oh no, he didn't really say that when in fact he did, like, you know, the bit on Ukraine, I'm gonna get to that in a second. Somehow it'll all go away, or maybe the team thinks they didn't really put out a statement telling us that inflation had gone down when in fact inflation had gone up. Food prices had gone up. I mean, it's wild to me. There's only so much spin, right? That Americans can take, because we know what reality is. We know what he said, and just to repeat what he said in that press conference concerning Ukraine talking about Putin Joe Biden said, and I quote, he will move in. Again, talking about Putin. He will move in, he has to do something. So that's being seen effectively as kind of a green light. The president of the United States just said, well, you're going to do something. And then they followed up the reporters amazingly followed up, right? Asking about the sanctions that he was talking about. And he said, well, it depends on whether it's a minor incursion or something bigger. And quote, it depends. Well, I'm sorry, you're now just telegraphed to the world that you're okay with a minor incursion, you're kind of anticipating expecting a minor incursion, you know, he's got to do something was the quote. So you've just gotten us into a much worse situation because you're not precise with your language, and maybe you're just not that smart, Joe

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‘Let Me Finish’ Kamala Harris Snaps at Savannah Guthrie During Touchy Interview

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:24 min | 4 months ago

‘Let Me Finish’ Kamala Harris Snaps at Savannah Guthrie During Touchy Interview

"You got to hear this exchange millions of viewers watched it on The Today Show with Savannah Guthrie and mamala Kamala. Let's talk about another comment the president made. He openly cast doubt on whether the 2022 midterm elections would be legitimate. He said it all depends. Which is astonishing to hear a president question whether our elections will be legitimate. We've heard it before, but not from this president. Is he really concerned that we may not have fair and free elections? The president has been consistent on this issue, and the issue at hand, the issue I was there last night. In the chamber of the Senate and the issue is that there are two bills, the John Lewis Voting Rights Act and the freedom to vote act. That have been the solution that has been offered to address the fact that around our country states have put in place laws that are purposely making it more difficult for the American people to vote. Laws which will be felt by at least 55 million Americans regardless of their party, affiliation, their race, their gender or their geographic location. Well, to the point that we have to pay it, but it's the bills were debated and they didn't have enough finish. But the specific question if you don't mind, does he think now that these bills haven't been passed that the 22 midterms won't be legitimate or fair or free? Let's not conflate issues. So what we are looking at and the topic of so much debate last night was that we, as America can not afford to allow this blatant erosion of our democracy and in particular, the right of all Americans who are eligible to vote to have access to the ballot unfettered. Madam vice president, you just cut called out by Savannah Guthrie on the top show. I mean, listen, it's getting to a point where Americans are saying, there ain't nothing we believe. I mean, we literally listen to Biden openly question the legitimacy of the midterms. We

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Savannah Guthrie and Kamala Harris Exchange Remarks Over Democrats' Voting Bills

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Savannah Guthrie and Kamala Harris Exchange Remarks Over Democrats' Voting Bills

"Whether our elections will be legitimate We've heard it before but not from this president Is he really concerned that we may not have fair and free elections The president has been consistent on this issue and the issue at hand the issue I was there last night In the chamber of the Senate and the issue is that there are two bills the John Lewis Voting Rights Act and the freedom to vote act That have been the solution that has been offered to address the fact that around our country states have put in place laws that are purposely making it more difficult for the Americans Now here are the question would be follow up What is it exactly that the states have put in place that are intended to prevent minorities from voting What exactly is it And if that's the case head of Barack mailhouse Benito Obama get elected Twice Over two white guys two very white guys as a matter of fact Go ahead Laws which will be felt by at least 55 million Americans regardless of their party affiliation their race their gender or their geographic location Well the two points that we were doing but it's the bills were debated and they didn't have specific finish But the specific question if you don't mind does he think now that these bills haven't been passed that the 22 midterms won't be legitimate or fair or free Let's not conflate issues So what we are looking at and the topic of so much debate last night was that we as America can not afford to allow this blatant erosion of our democracy and in particular the right of all Americans who are eligible to vote to have access to the ballot unfettered

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While Inflation Rises, Joe Biden Says Americans 'Overwhelmingly' Support Him on Prescription Drugs

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 4 months ago

While Inflation Rises, Joe Biden Says Americans 'Overwhelmingly' Support Him on Prescription Drugs

"Cat 17 go You mentioned a Republican colleagues but right now your top two legislative priorities your social spending package and voting rights legislation are stalled by the idea of your Marxism and your destruction of our voting system They're stalled They're stalled And I want you to think of some folks What if they had 55 in the Senate I talked about this the other All this stuff would be flying through It's frightening Go ahead After months of negotiation You are only guaranteed control of Washington for one more year before the midterms Do you need to be more realistic and scaled down these priorities in order to get something past No I'm lunch bucket Joe I have the pulse of the people Even though I myself don't have a pulse Go ahead No I don't think so When you say more realistic I think it's extremely realistic to say to people because let me back up You all really know the politics of this country and your networks and others you've spent a lot of time which I'm glad you do pulling this data determining where they may want the American people's attitudes are et cetera American people overwhelmingly agree with me on prescription drugs They overwhelmingly agree with me on the cost of American people can not stand you They can't stand you Prescription drugs you've caused it you've caused a situation where the American people are having difficulty putting food on the table where they have to spend a fortune for transportation you idiot Where we were at energy independent now we're energy dependent

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"55 d. c s" Discussed on The Culture Quest

The Culture Quest

08:20 min | 7 months ago

"55 d. c s" Discussed on The Culture Quest

"You're kind of like getting familiar with with another with someone that experienced something similar like you. You have the captain. Then you have the mayan guy like right there the last Yeah you're right. And each of them can like tells the experience with the void element knowledge element or whatever. It was. Yeah from my side. That's that's that's exactly why. I'm curious in in playing this through because it does feel like part of something bigger but you can't really get to it and until you go through with the games and it becomes while the second game becomes much croupier but you know run back to the first one. I think it was a very good balance of something. That is curious enough that you have like an interest in in pushing through and puzzles that are just Like i agree with you. There weren't there. Weren't that complicated. But it's just. I don't know i found it relaxing so i just got into the flow there. I just forgot about everything else. And it's kind of like a very relaxing form of meditation. You just go from puzzle to puzzle. Neither of them. Is that grand that you you say. Okay this is amazing. I can't believe i've sai- solved it. I'm such a genius. Every one of them is simple enough. So it's all about okay. What the next one. You're going from one to the other to the. It's kind of the right amount of stimulation. Yeah and and and because of that. I think it's very relaxing. It's like you need to clear your mind. This is a great game. And i think all the music you don't really hear it but i think that the the design is just wonderful. It's because you're you're not moving in a lot of syneries than the whole hard lifting off. The visual design is on that box. That you're trying to do and it has like these details and mechanics that wouldn't opens up. And it's i don't know it's it's so beautiful it really really compelling and the whole concept where you keep opening the box and you're getting more puzzle boxes. That was was adorable until the end. Where you get the actual null element and the last one. I think was beautiful because the last one is suddenly. It's bigger than the actual box that you're finally aware of the surrounding but it's comes from the box which i found really really beautiful. The boxes your universe and the last episode there. It's literally is your universe like everything you see around. You comes from within that box. That was that was really nifty. I also enjoyed playing with you guys yesterday. And i think i definitely want to keep on going. Yeah mater yeah. It's a fun experience. It's a great game to share like we played it over. Discord barrier charities screen burial was controlling the game. And we're kind of prodding you to put your fingers into stuff. It's a fun game to share it. China yelled directions borrow turns this around zoom in zoom out. Try this try that it's a fun game. Well what did you think of the game in general. Sorry just a preface it As you know. I usually take about four times longer than ever announced. I played over three sessions all while camping. Actually actual really. Yeah this outside well actually yeah outside slashing side. I was playing in the tent Once just in the afternoon and twice at night and honestly. I thought the the marketing for made same much creepy. I thought it was going to be a real jumps gas of Game and really there were probably a few little jumps. Scans but not that much. If if you strip away a little bit of the aesthetic almost becomes a straight up sort of puzzle game and In terms of the actual puzzles enjoying it you know. I thought it was great. Probably i probably took a little bit long into an off. Probably took about four. I'd say and yeah it was Kept me into tined. I liked moving rooms. I liked focusing on a box and finding out more and more. And i felt like when i got to the end of a box and i could see all in all of these. Things have been abused and united. Was things everywhere. You felt like a small sense of accomplishment like when you got the end it was nice and having that after chapters quite quite. good I also did like some of the The ways the box which can taught and change especially towards the end where you got that starring hinge sane an cola when the volume is suddenly outside. Yeah i thought it was pretty great And to be honest. My expectations with pretty. Laurie like not. Because it was a cre- piece puzzle game. Just i don i in terms of video games. I'm always afraid. It's going to be treated goat. Or i'm gonna get lost and this one. It was so narrow in terms of There wasn't that much to focus on is really one box and there were clues. The i did play with clues on by. Didn't press them all. That often probably up maybe once or twice probably once every chapter and Honestly i didn't. I never got that feeling where it's going to be left behind during the thing that i it it kind of got into state of a little bit of Zen style or a orbit of state of florida. Where i don't know it was very nice and I did play it with a bit of music on. i think i played it with writer. Heads latest album and Yeah i thought. I thought it was great. I still had some of the Sands from the game as well bought. That was pretty spa. It wasn't that's one thing. I could say that they could have improved on They could definitely have a nausea school To the game where soundtrack it. I feel like because it a long game in the same room. Potentially the danger was getting really monotonous. You feel that you're stuck on a home screen. Summing i'm i'm not one hundred percent sure about but the visuals were good but the sound perspective. I think there's room for improvement. And i don't exactly have a a a straight up solution but i would like to saint signed cool their intensive everything else I appreciated the touchscreen aspect of it. I'm sure a lot of people dying. It's funny is the touchscreen. I used the motion. Embraer used the mouse. I thought the rains regret. I start with the modern. They moved to a track pad Four mediums tried to every bit of Control method there is. I would certainly vouch for the touch. Like because obviously remake remake the game for mouse if they wanted to. But i think the way. They've got is pretty optimal like roy tight around despite swapping your husband screen. I thought it was really nice and obviously it improves the accessibility a little bit in terms of paper bound got an ipad as we said it was a game of the twenty twelve so yeah i think it was really good actually kept me insane job. I'll just i think it's i think it's my favorite game that we've done so really. I had a feeling about that. You know we played watch was pretty pretty awesome. Now you think about it. There was definitely some floors. But you know it was a coup fame but watches more about the plot and here. it's more puzzles. And you positively right. Yeah puzzles guy. I don't know from puzzles person. I think this is definitely moved me towards puzzles more than what i was before i think i think as a sparring puzzle pass and i never thought i was good at them or never done a lot of them. Bomb always a person guys. You know i'd love to do a crossword. I'd love to do Sudoku if i've got time i can. It's a it's a aspirational thing for me to be at a get into puzzles but found Reasons not so this is a really.

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"55 d. c s" Discussed on The Culture Quest

The Culture Quest

08:12 min | 7 months ago

"55 d. c s" 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 d. c s" Discussed on The Culture Quest

The Culture Quest

07:47 min | 7 months ago

"55 d. c s" Discussed on The Culture Quest

"To a lock based game and if it's a lucked based game you can sometimes skew it to be a bit more tactical and tone us. I think a lot of technical games. I'm just skewing and base. Because i just love her. I love a good old fashioned role dashi at skill. It's a great answer like there are a lot of of games like that that you need to do this minor tweaks and it makes you think like whether or not you're playing your the whole game wrong. There's there's a. There's a game that night in a couple words used to play called. Munchkin it's it's a card game kind of like a pair of the head of it. Yeah it's not like a parody over D- i've never played it's fun. Yeah it's actually really fun The cards are funny. If you played a lot of times with the same people you kinda get all the strategies and it kind of loses. its meaning. But it's a great game. You start hating various well as like a good game to me. Everyone's so good at reading each other like strategy than no one is able to get past level. One it's horrible yeah. I don't like those games that you can figure out like even games that you haven't figured out you think you'll be out even when you playing him for the first time it saw. How do you feel like you're on talk a little bit. Yeah how long you can do it forever on figures it out so yeah you got like racing classes there and there's a class of being the wizard and the whole game is about winning battles and getting treasure and looting the room and there's one character that the wizard i think that can enchant. And then just take the treasures and the treasurer is all about. What makes the game. And i think like very early when we started playing. We understood this is way too much to its overpowered. Yeah so we kind of like we gave a couple of limits to it where you have to discard your whole hand but you have to have a minimum of three cards or something like that. Yeah and that exactly. That kept me thinking. Why are we doing wrong. This is obviously this is powerful so other either. We don't understand the roles or we're doing something very wrong like it doesn't make sense that this is the original intention. Yeah yeah the first thing that i thought about when something gets better when when you're doing it. Drunk is recipes that kick that i get out of cooking is when you take a recipe and maybe do it by the book the first time but then to fund really starts when you start adding ingredients or taking some off and that's a good one actually not only that you're getting your preference like to your taste but it also becomes yours which is incredibly financed. It becomes like your variation over the recipe. And i know it's fun. I love it. I started making cookies couple of years back. And i like chocolate chip. Cookie is incredibly easy but there are a lot of ways of making making those. Nfl like this recipe. That i find tuned to like the exact way. I like chocolate chip cookies. And it's wonderful. Like i'm so excited about it. And every time. I opened the recipe. I see how different i actually take it from from it and it's fun. Yeah that's a good answer. I can't cook terresa. Ken sticked or recipe. So i what. I what i do is just kind of find the important bits about the recipe. Like what makes dish the dish and then i just guessed rest. I just can follow recipe basically. I'm moving out in a little bit and Arkansas for dishes. That can make so not a lot by like basically the problem about me cooking is like i'm very very good at cooking. What i know how to cook. I can have multiple kind of pulse going at once. And i can kind of time. It and it's very therapeutic. But when i'm doing a new recipe. Like i just need to clear out the schedule. Clear the dieppe and just learn how to do it. It takes me a long time. How to handle. Probably because i'm listening to light podcast and stuff when i do it. I couldn't imagine focusing one hundred percent of attention on a cooking for instance. I want to cook as little italian sausage painters and like i just need a down note. S- about what. I'm going to buy in like united states like everything. I feel. that could go wrong until down. Maybe five times of three or four times baby. And then i can do it like you know without looking and i just i just know why actually pretty nervous about. I'm not going around changing fees. I i used to do a little bit of biking and doing like chocolate chip cookies and is like i got like myself. A mini sky. Everything like that and Always very exact out the ingredients. Because i have no idea what's going to screw it up because i have no idea. What like baking cider and stuff does i mentioned it. I don't think it's thais. Imagine it something to do with like making cookies with something bigger. Something irish not touching that a couple of years ago borrow myself and a few of our friends. We had this cookie making competition. We all baked a bunch of cookies and we all tasted them. We gave it a few categories and we score them and that was the first time i ever baked cookies. I really wanted to be competitive. So i i found like a bunch of chocolate chip cookies. Recipes took like my favorite points from each one. And then i even posted to read it. I adam remember why. Which sunday was. But i kind of asked for like baking tips for beginners and stuff like that and i literally just memorized like my favorite bit from every recipe and without looking at a recipe. I just made cookies. And i like i brown some butter and a used. All kinds i think is three types of chips. I had chocolate chips dark chocolate chips and peanut butter chips. I just kind of improvised through the whole process. But i took second place and i thought they were pretty good. I haven't baked since then. Keeper but yeah. Do you want to tell us what place you took in that competition. Wow why you go well. I placed very nice barrier very nine. That's that was my my fifteen minutes of fame. I think i still have friends. We actually got a trophy. But we couldn't find a big one so it's a kind of mini plastic tro finger finger size trophy. It is something written on it. Love nothing i think. I think i tried drinking from it just for support the show. Yeah filled it up with milk. Tried to dip your cookie. So maybe i should have gone after bitter because mine is a game as well but it's a video game. I'm thinking about the video game. Raisman which came out in nineteen ninety-five. It's one of my all time favorite games. I grew up playing it. I still played every once in a while and the thing is i was very much into video games when i was a kid and then i kind of lost touch with them until a few years ago when i became interested in them again and when a guy into video games again i went onto youtube to look up videos about my two favorite video games from my childhood which are raymond and sonic three d blast. I was kind of expecting to find people raving about those games. Because who wouldn't love those classics and it turns out that both of these games aren't being held in his high of would have wished and in.

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"55 d. c s" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

04:24 min | 11 months ago

"55 d. c s" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

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"55 d. c s" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

04:24 min | 11 months ago

"55 d. c s" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"If you.

"55 d. c s" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

08:16 min | 11 months ago

"55 d. c s" 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 d. c s" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"55 d. c s" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

"Century castle is known as the key to england number twenty three regarded as one of the first examples in theater of kitchen kitchen sink drama in which kohnic play of nine hundred fifty six. Is jimmy porter the central character number. Twenty four what substance is studied by haematologist and finally then number twenty five how many. Us states begin with the letter. W okay some answers. Today's quiz round one was hounds number one the gunslinger who held the deadman's hand when he was shot was wild bill. Hickok number two japanese martial art. The means empty hand. When translated into english is karate number three the character from friends who discovered the hand identical hand twin working in a casino was joey. Joey attributed the before a hand. Unit measurements primarily used for measuring the height of horses number five based on a bestselling series of novels tv. Show in which you would find. The hand of the king is game of thrones ran to was feet number six. There are five thousand two hundred eighty feet in a mile number seven. The surname of the family who adopted a bigfoot or sasquatch called harry in that film in thousand hundred seven was henderson number. Eight the country who had a custom of changing the size of girls feet by breaking and binding them was china number nine the following out the following. The one that is not a bone in the foot was see venoy. D- is a bone in the skull number ten. The actor that played the role of christy brown in my left foot was daniel. Day-lewis round three was about arms number eleven. The largest muscle and human arm is the triceps number twelve the amendment the enshrines. The rights of the people to keep and bear arms is the second amendment number thirteen tv game show. Those presented by alexander armstrong is pointless number fourteen. The capital city of armenia is eurovan number fifteen. The american author published a farewell to arms with ernest. hemingway round. Four was the random lakes number. Sixteen doktor leg was a gp eastenders. Seventeen i asked you which of the following on which the following positions on not filling positions in cricket and the answer is a long square leg number. Eighteen death on two legs is the opening. Track of nine seventy five album by queen. The nineteen a hermit had a hermit. Crab has ten legs twenty the celebrities legs. The are Insured for a lot of money. I gave you three options. The first was mariah carey. The second was michael flatley and the third was cristiano renaldo. Well michael flatley comes in third place. His legs ensured for forty million dollars. Cristiano ronaldo bit higher on one hundred forty four million dollars. But the answer to this question is a singer. Mariah carey whose legs are reputedly ensured for a whopping one billion dollars billion with a b. and ran five was the general knowledge round number twenty one in egypt mythology. The wife of the dodd cyrus was isis number. Twenty two the castle. Eleventh century castle known as the king of england is dover castle number twenty three the play with jimmy porter as a central character was look back in anger. The twenty four. The substance studied by haematologist. He's a number twenty five. There are four states. That begin with the letter w washington west virginia.

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"55 d. c s" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"55 d. c s" 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 d. c s" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"55 d. c s" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

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"55 d. c s" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

Hermit_Radio

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"55 d. c s" 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 d. c s" Discussed on Home Space and Reason

Home Space and Reason

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"55 d. c s" 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 d. c s" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"55 d. c s" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"55 d. c s" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"55 d. c s" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"55 d. c s" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"55 d. c s" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"55 d. c s" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

Wednesdays at Nine

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"55 d. c s" 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. 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"55 d. c s" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

Wednesdays at Nine

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"55 d. c s" 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 d. c s" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

Wednesdays at Nine

14:29 min | 2 years ago

"55 d. c s" Discussed on Wednesdays at Nine

"Uh never gets old. It was was fun. Yeah and then I walked back almost got attacked by out but it was. It was crazy and one point. I was hiding behind this tree and I'm thinking maybe they'll just walk away and I just keep going because there was a lot closer to the bathroom but but that didn't work out faulkners men speaking of elk. I started watching that show. Goose you show me one episode. I think Joe Rogan was in it but meat eater. I have seen this. Tom is a cool show. This guy goes like hunting and fishing around the world and it's not like hunting you know he's not like Big Game you know like a lion hunting or whatever you know. He's doing like wipe till elk flathead fishing in the ozarks. You've been to Alaska for Ram or sheep. Daas sheep doubt Dal sheep and would no luck there but you you know he gets these tags. Any just walks through the fucking wilderness and he stalks the animal and he and goes hunting. It's called man eater me meter man-eater man eater. He's a man made it's on Netflix. It's good I'd probably like it. It's nice because you could tell. He is a respect for the animal. Most most hunters do. It's not just going out to like fucking shoot something and they dress it on the show so that's also nice to see them trophy. Hunting pack up the animal and bring it at home right right what they call that his harvesting harvesting yeah well dressing. You dress it. Are you undressing. Yeah technically you you are addressing the situation. Your skin and buying medicine have some more. I'm wondering snacks episode. This is a snack episode. Tommy's got a sugar to anybody. Maximally were Nice enough to get me Actually that was in a package that came from a fan so anybody that feels like sending you could send it to the Boynton beach. Po box fourteen forty four to eight. Yeah please send US candy. Yeah we love candy. Andy specially Tom. Anything wants to try on air. We'll we'll yeah well hundred percent I'll give it a shot minus that we'll do any sort of product reviews. Yeah food tastings. Don't sing it bring a baby. We're open I want to show you guys kind of dark in here but I just kind of show and tell that mustache that I got. Oh very cool. Yeah my little setup here kind of use them this one and I had this This cone is a Kent Comb. Oh yeah handmade. Earn a satellite can be used for Mustache Josh Kohn. I didn't realize how small it was gonna be nice. That's perfect but it's like really fancy comb company right. Yeah the big ones that they make these Caesar prohibitively expensive absolutely nothing. So what made you. What prompted you to get that I've been like trimming my beard with them with what clippers buzzer correct those titanium? Oh yeah this is all titanium. They're called on Takis. Where do you find that like Amazon? HIPSTER twenty four seven dot com. This was an Amazon thing I look through them and got. The best has the best rating. 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Yeah Yeah I haven't beautiful dropper truly I kind of just yes fucked up it's a truly holy mackerel. Mom got it for me. It's an essential oils kind of beard. Oil asocial smells like especially hippie. She's into that She's into oils. Yeah that's cool. Yeah it's easy to get wrapped up in that essential rabbit in your bombs and here and here and then you just breathe it in and Oh yeah all of it. The Eucalyptus oil legal lip this winter. Green Oh oh. TGI's have a really funny named ones are c. a. r. e. e. knows literally are period. CPI Cool Coca Cola knock it. Yeah so I question answers you guys. You've neighbors kind of really. Yeah how long would you you go before you feel like you. Maybe you should make a wellness visit. You see the car in the driveway. Hasn't moved never lights. He's having all wellness check in. Yeah like make sure. They're not dead in the TUB. I'm having a bit of a crisis down in Boca. Probably probably ten days. Yeah wait all the lights on. You said it's on and nobody's home. Call them driveway like three. AM in the morning. Theron when I wake up in the middle of the night I can see out my window and the lights are still on the same light. The lights have gone unchanged now for three three days notre age right around is it. Their limb room is at the front door late. It's like upstairs downstairs summer on summer off closet in the master just random it's been stati consistently. Yeah so I thought if if they're out of town they lived there alone if he or she is out of town. Then it's cool to keep couple Alexa downstairs upstairs. It looks like someone's home Well have you met them before now. Actually I don't even know if anybody lives there then I would go bad added here. Do you know what they look like. Yeah so if somebody else opened answer the door you know that's hey that's not a neighbor represent you know you know you could call the police. You could just call. The cops was in Cobb. Do those wellness checks. Yeah I watch it on cops on a hundred percent and that's actually how that poor girl just got killed because the wellness because because a neighbor calling they're like oh my. It was two in the morning my neighbor's front doors open and the guys wanted to check and look through the window and she was playing a game but the little eight year all said that she pulled out a gun. Just like fucking everything up in the trial now but I think you should call the police and double check on them. I was GONNA say their schedule because right like my next door neighbor here who drives up the same Fiat. used to drive He's like I know everyone's schedule. You know we've lived here on the same circle for six years so like he's a he leaves for work before me. He gets home before me so like his car's not there in the morning but when I leave I'm on a one way street so I'd never see his car right in the morning so I don't know but he we just on the other day is okay. I'm going to the Netherlands for four months. Or whatever right this is Roy. He's GonNa take care of my cat. Yeah right it comes up like what you're at the mailbox or something. Yeah he's a good guy. Yeah let me I it just up to you yeah you should call then you guys have like in your in your neighborhood. It's probably between three and five days to the car. Hasn't moved in real close to the bush. How old are they be probably fifty late forties Chicago? Yeah Yeah you never know what could happen. I'm worried I mean I would imagine if they are in that age in fucking Weirdo. Somebody probably already you know now. Yeah family would've already kinda wonder where they were. That's true knows maybe they don't have any family also had a vision of like you know coming home later tonight tonight and just like a little stretcher deal little you know no no siren on the ambulance but the lights are on already gone And then like just hands on my hip standing outside at the curb too bad. I knew it. Yeah what a shame. Yeah but never showed up to the homeowners association meetings. You know McCall. Check it out. I wonder WHO's going to sell the place now. Keep eating now. I'm already start to feel sick. I I've been watching a lot of Because I went to one comedy show in Vegas at the comedy cellar. Pretty good and watching a lot of comedy On Youtube but I enjoy watching COMEDIANS bombing on stage. Yeah that one link right that what was actually just the guy supposed to bomb. They said he was a nervous guy but he was so fucking funny man. Did you watch it. I watch it yet. He made he made a joke. He's like You no one from online dating to actual dating and the delivery of all his shoes so good and then he's like and I went to this girl's house. She was the coolest girl you know. I walked Dan and she's like. Hey here's cookies I'm hold on. I'm in the back of making some lemonade on Nice. Just thank God it just so folk and fun. Chris Matthews through his hands and so it exactly say so. That's name I don't know he's this black guy. He likes describes how Chris Hansen comes out in cringe. Like I have pictures of your talk talk. Like he's like that's a white guy. She Mike Salk caulk. He's like Oh and then we say dig my day pretty funny his and he keeps checking his notes. What else did I have so I think that was act though to act nervous? I like that and his phone. He had he had notes on on top of the Barstool. Nice like that's part of a bit right. And then he like bombs a little bit but not really all the comments on youtube like gathers hassle areas. Good for you in the chat. I WANNA watch that one. You have to post it so I've been also trying to like go to comedy shows. It was like open mics. Just kind of feel for it. You WanNA get up there. I know you do. You WanNa be again you plan with your brother. I know I did my opening gene. My opening joke today in my head did yeah. Can you tell us. Yeah is it refined. I mean I don't know how the delivery goes okay but you know when you get and you do some crowd work and you come up and like everybody gives a warm welcome to John. And you're like okay. WHO's Vegan here you know and then NBA whatever and then you're like all right good al-anon all right? We got that out of the way because I would you know expect. Did you guys do interrupt my act and tell me you're 'cause you just can't fuck and shut your mouth about something like that but you do it in a funny way. But that's my job my head but I was like. How do these guys because I watch the Comedians who were bombing and they could have had? They could've had like funny jokes but it's it's an art. Yeah like I watched also how these guys talk about how they you know. It's you have to win the crowd over before you do you kind of come on come out of yeah no with a joke. Oh yeah that was funny. You know so it's just Don't throw rabbis that Vegan. Yeah it's just how they do it just I. I don't know I think it's a good foundation. It's easy and hard at the same time. I don't think I could ever come up with a with a whole like like set set up on there and not bomb ten minutes set. You know these guys do. It's gotta be very nerve right. Yeah intimidating try it I mean what is the big deal. Who Cares if you go there minutes? Yeah you think it is over my expire. Just just like a couple of minutes. You know. If you're slaying it they'll leave you up there for five you know and you get up for ninety seconds you three jokes you know out enough. I have a joke doc. Forty five minute and twenty. Yeah Yeah right you know. Thirty seconds is quite a long time. Talk Right Outta joke. Yeah it was over my mother-in-law's the other day she's always giving me a hard time sitting at a.

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