35 Burst results for "71"

Kirstie Alley, 'Cheers' star, dies at 71

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Kirstie Alley, 'Cheers' star, dies at 71

"Emmy winning cheers star Kirstie Alley has died. I Norman hall. According to a post on Twitter from her children, Kirstie Alley died of cancer that was only recently discovered. The children true and killy Parker said that its iconic as their mother was on screen, she was even more amazing as a mother and grandmother. Ali start opposite Ted Danson on cheers as Rebecca Howe. I love the sitcom formula. It's the best life and actor can lead. Ali won an Emmy for best lead actress in a comedy series for the role in 1991. She would take a second Emmy for best lead actress in a miniseries or television movie in 1993, replying the title role in the CBS TV movie David's

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John Mellencamp Sits for National Anthem Before Colts-Eagles Game

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

John Mellencamp Sits for National Anthem Before Colts-Eagles Game

"John mellencamp. He's still a thing apparently. He's 71 years old. And Mellon camp's music has been used by a lot of politicians over the years. He's one of these, what he's from Indiana, one of the heartland guys, sings about blue collar workers, but the guys are raging leftist, as a matter of fact, he once said that the problem with Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton is they were not liberal enough. So anyway, mellencamp portrays himself as like, you know, I'm down with the people kind of a guy. Well, over the weekend, he was at the Indianapolis game. Was it Indianapolis and Philadelphia? Big football game, and he was spotted inside a luxury suite because we all know that regular Joe's just hang out in the luxury suites. And he was stuffing his face with popcorn and his butt was in the seat. During The Star-Spangled Banner. So we got a picture of it up on the website, someone snapped a photo. Sport says mellencamp is one of America's greatest frauds. And the reality is this guy is a radical, radical leftist. But really, I mean, this guy can't muster the courage to stand up for 90 seconds. And show a little bit of respect to the men and women who fight for our freedom, he can't do that. I mean, come on. No, I don't know. I don't know if it was orville redenbacher. I don't know what kind of popcorn it was, Kyle, I'm sorry. But probably some of that, I don't know. Organic unsalted popcorn. The stuff without the butter.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

The latest in sports

"80s sports I'm Mike greaves the Viking 7 game winning streak comes to a screeching hot with the cowboys winning 40 to three in Minnesota as the Dallas defense limits the Vikings to 183 yards of offense pleasing linebacker Micah Parsons We're capable We put them on to people want to come out and run the ball but we got buckle up on the shimmer they want to do People are going to come up in Paris We got to set the quarterback and get stops and do what we do best The eagles rebound from their first loss of the season overcoming a ten point fourth quarter deficit to win 1716 at Indianapolis quarterback Jalen hurts scores the go ahead touchdown on a 7 yard run with one 20 remaining We never wavered I think throughout the game Again there were things that did not go our way in terms of our execution and we put ourselves in a bad position but you know we were never out of the fight The Patriots stunned the jets ten to three when Marcus Jones returns a punt 84 yards for a score with 5 seconds on the clock I thought they was going to go ahead and try to kick it out of bounds due to the time on the clock But the first thing was trying to make sure that I followed my teammates blocker then I seen a punter And I was like if I make a mist and I should be able to go to distance Other winners in the NFL are the falcons ravens bills commanders saints lions raiders Bengals and chiefs in the NHL Columbus beats Carolina and Pittsburgh down Chicago on the court Kyrie Irving returns from an 8 game suspension in the nets one 27 one 15 win over the grizzlies the guard scores 14 points Just miss my teammates mister coach and staff The unprepared with them in the morning were in the rising and then carrying over to the game So good Phoenix Washington the kings Cleveland Golden State Denver and the Lakers are other NBA winners in women's college troops Number one South Carolina beats number two Stanford 76 71 and overtime Lydia ko wins the CME group tour championship to earn LPGA player of the year honors I'm Mike Reeves AP sports

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Top-ranked Georgia cruises to 38-19 win at Mississippi State

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Top-ranked Georgia cruises to 38-19 win at Mississippi State

"CFP number one Georgia secures a birth in the SEC title game by trancing Mississippi state 45 19 Lad mcconkey scored two touchdowns including a 70 yard run that started the second half after the bulldog Scott within 1712 Obviously it wasn't just me There's so many other guys that made some huge plays So yeah it means all three time I can make a play for a team I love villa Stats and Bennett threw for three more touchdowns It was 25 of 37 for 289 yards with two interceptions Mcconkey had 5 receptions for 71 yards in the score Mississippi state rushed for just 47 yards on 15 carries I'm Dave fairy

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People Upset Over Trump's Nickname for DeSantis

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:32 min | Last month

People Upset Over Trump's Nickname for DeSantis

"We're asking on our social media platforms has to do with a little dust up over the weekend and it's gotten a lot of people. I've been out of shape. People are very upset with president Trump. The president, out on the campaign trail yesterday, and he made a, he made a quick little comment about governor Ron DeSantis, cut 5. Trump at 71, Ronda sanctimonious at 10%. Mike Pence at 7. Oh, Mike said better than I thought. All right. So there you have it. Trump now giving Ron DeSantis and a nickname, Ron de saint ammonias. You know what that is from, by the way, a couple of days ago, they took this, they did an ad, a campaign ad for Ron DeSantis, and it was, it was a Paul Harvey, it was a spoof off of a Paul Harvey poignant radio commentary where Paul Harvey talked about God making a farmer. And instead, they basically elevated Ron DeSantis to deity level. So, and that's where Trump got the distinctive equipment. Anyway, people were really very upset about this, and they're saying it was way out of line and that yeah, great. If Trump and desantis are going to be going at it, that's well and good, but they need to be doing it after the election, not before the election, we don't need any distractions moving into the midterm elections.

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It's a Free Republic, Stupid

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:06 min | Last month

It's a Free Republic, Stupid

"So democracy hangs in the balance. Juan Williams. Turn on, I don't get it. It's how he begins. Turn on the TV news, open a paper on the stories are all about the midterm polls, debates, and the political horse race between Republicans and Democrats. Am I missing something? How is it possible for any reporter to pretend this is just another election? When 71% of voters in a recent New York Times poll said democracy is at risk. Well, we both think that. Putting aside my specific understanding that my understanding. My observation about democracy not being the issue, but a free republic being the issue. Did you check that that's a word democracy? It doesn't appear, isn't that how many Americans know that? How many Americans know that the word democracy does not appear in the Declaration of Independence? Or in the constitution,

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Gilgeous-Alexander scores 24 as Thunder beat Clippers again

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Gilgeous-Alexander scores 24 as Thunder beat Clippers again

"Shay gildas Alexander and the thunder beat the clippers for the second time in three days one 18 one ten Gil just Alexander led the OKC scoring with 24 points despite picking up four fouls by halftime with him on the bench at the start of the third quarter the thunder erased a 7 point deficit and went ahead 71 70 Oklahoma City got off to a great start building a 30 12 lead before handing LA its third straight loss Head coach Mark Daniel Good lesson for us and I was really impressed by how we handled the second half To throw another third punch And I thought we really stood up That was very encouraging Norman Powell pays the clippers with 21 points I'm Dave fairy

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Tatum and Brown combine for 57, Celtics top Heat 111-104

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Tatum and Brown combine for 57, Celtics top Heat 111-104

"The Celtics are two and zero after Jayson Tatum and jaylen Brown led them to a one 11 one O four win at Miami Celtics coach Joe Missoula For the most part though we did a good job in the physicality You know it's a great this is a great test for us I thought our guys did a great job responding but we'll be judged by how we handle our success Tatum delivered 29 points and Brown added 28 The heat went on a 26 run to take a 71 69 lead But the Celtics followed with a 26 bird of their own and led by as many as 14 before Miami got within 5 late in the game Tyler hero had a team high 25 points for the zero two heat I'm Dave ferry

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Joy Behar: The Left Are Tone Deaf to American Issues

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | Last month

Joy Behar: The Left Are Tone Deaf to American Issues

"And here she is on TV yesterday on the view, showing how tone deaf, the left is when it comes to the very real struggle of Americans. What's depressing is that The New York Times released a poll today that says that 71% of voters agree that democracy is under threat. Yeah. But only 7% of voters rank a threat to democracy as a major issue, this election cycle. Yeah. I find that so depressing. I can't begin to tell you. If I don't like polls. Well, well, it is a debate. But this is what people are saying. I mean, I understand. The inflation has gotten people. If you can't put food on the table, it's very depressing. And if you can't put gas in your car and you know an inflation and rents and everything else is piling up because of various reasons, you know, one of them is the pandemic. Another one is maybe the war in Iraq. And Ukraine. Yeah. But to think that the other party is going to be able to solve those problems. Is really ludicrous because the Republican Party has happy to let corporations never pay another tax for the rest of their days. They will cut social security. They got they're going to cut lunches for children. They are not going to help you. So why would you vote for them? And yet I see that it's very close that people are not understanding what the stakes are.

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Most say voting vital despite dour US outlook: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Most say voting vital despite dour US outlook: AP-NORC poll

"A new poll finds voters say they're dissatisfied with the state of the nation and U.S. politics they're motivated to turn out for the midterm elections A new poll from The Associated Press and the norc center for public affairs research finds 71% of voters think the future of the country is at stake when they vote this November while about two thirds of registered voters say their pessimistic about politics 8 in ten say that whatever party they support casting their ballot this year is extremely or very important Voters have grown more negative since the last midterm 70% say their dissatisfied with the way things are going up from 58% in October of 2018 Jennifer King Washington

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AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Economy Jobs Report-jobs intro and vcr 071

"Inflation remains high and the federal reserves next step in a bid to tame it could depend in part on today's jobs report Wall Street is expecting to see a gain of about 250,000 jobs in September That would be a sign the labor market remains strong albeit cooling slightly unemployment benefits claims last week at the highest marking for months and the number of available jobs plummeted in August as businesses grew less desperate for workers a trend that could help dent inflation The fed wants to see more job market cooling as it decides whether to keep boosting its key interest rate warning the unemployment rate will likely have to rise from its current 3.7% Sagar Meghani Washington

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"71" Discussed on Crypto Current

Crypto Current

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"71" Discussed on Crypto Current

"Ethereum. That's the most significant primary use case upfront. But there's a whole lot of different use cases that are being brought up right now. And a lot of building is being done behind the scenes with ENS. So I mean, you have the opportunity for things like subdomains or licensing out and renting on top of that domain. So you can basically say, okay, if you have carth on dotty, which you don't, I own it. I'm going to love laughing about that until the holidays. Because I am going to give it to you for Christmas. But if you owned karthon dotty, which you don't right now, you could go and lease out a subdomain of Richard dot karthon to yourself. And you could then use the same exact purpose that I used Stephen Miller dot ease. Richard dot carthon dot eth, as you were receiving address, and you can then make subdomains for every member of your family. And they can have an eth address that features the carth on last name. So I mean, there's a lot of utility just in that alone, especially because with these leases and with these rental agreements that you can bake into your subdomains, it creates a passive income channel for you. You can start to license these things out and make money on the domains that you actually own. Or you can deploy them as sites with unique utility. There's a lot to it, man. I think that it would just go on forever. I could probably talk about this stuff for like half an hour on its own. But that's a quick overview of just scratching the surface of what you can do with any an estimate. I really do believe future on that is understated right now at best. And I am really quite excited to share with our listeners in the future. What the real value proposition is behind it going forward. No, I think that was a great summary. So thank you for spending some time on that. Yeah, of course, we'll look, that's going to wrap up our show today, folks. This has been another great addition of the aftershock. Where we get you a quick and easy understanding of what's been going on in the world of web three, Richard, we do another program on cryptocurrency every single week, and that is an interview that we release every Monday. Who did you get the privilege to interview this past Monday? So I talked to Michael Hahn, who is the COO of the central, they do conferences in Miami, Austin. And I think they're trying to expand some other places as well. They have an upcoming event. Right at the end of November right after Thanksgiving that goes right into another huge event in Miami. And talks about the origins of it and all the reasons of why you would want to go check it out. So really cool episode highly recommend you go give it a listen. If you're in the Miami community, you should definitely definitely try to attend to central this year. And the conferences that are also going to be going on simultaneously and in the lead up to art Basel. I did hear just this past week. There's an entire metaverse convention that's going on at the same time. In Miami. So the end of November in the early part of December in Miami, it's going to be an absolute crypto fiesta. So I really encourage you to get involved if you're in that locale or if you're heading out to that locale. But we also have a conference of our own that we have coming up here on October 28th in downtown Austin. Richard would you like to tell people a little bit about that conference and what they can expect? Absolutely. So it's called agni Austin's going to make it. You can go to agnee dot com and get more information. We're going to have 6 panels talking about all things from NFTs to better trading interoperability of futures within different cities and regulations, all kinds of really cool topics. Whole ideas, during various times, is really easy to get down on things, but there are a lot of people that are building. And my local city, Austin, there are a ton of web three companies in a lot of talent out here. And in a greater Austin area. So we want to be able to create an environment, have everybody come together, learn from each other network and have a good time. Because it's also going to be Halloween weekend. So after the conference, if you want to go have some fun on 6th street or rainy, it'll be a good time. Yep, it's going to be a great time. You'll be able to see both of us there. We've got panels that we have lined up, we're both very excited about. And a lot of really phenomenal speakers from in and around the Austin community and actually around the country. So it's going to be a great time. We hope that you'll join us on October 28th for agni, Austin is going to make it. Besides that Richard, I just got to tell you, man, I think it's been another great show. I can't wait for the day when you eventually say interoperability, the right way. I'm still seeing it. I still think that there is a chance that before the end of the year, you may say anonymity the right way. But I'm not going to bet on it. Oh my goodness. Well, look, guys, it's been a great episode. I appreciate you being here. He appreciates you being here. You can follow us on Twitter. I am at Steve Miller underscore over on Twitter. He's at Richard carthon, spelled exactly how it sounds. And we will catch you next time on another episode of the aftershock. But until then, stay cryptocurrency. We'll catch you later. Thank you for joining us for another episode of cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency is a cryptocurrency and blockchain education platform, it's bridging the gap between the curious newcomers for just discovering the space and the thought leaders who are shaping its future. 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"71" Discussed on Crypto Current

Crypto Current

08:28 min | 2 months ago

"71" Discussed on Crypto Current

"Hesitant on and worried about? It can't be worse than what it is. The helium network has been absolutely terrible. For a very long time, a mining rewards that it saw in its glory just have absolutely disappeared. And the blocks are constantly not working. Miners are constantly, even if they're on the best Wi-Fi setup, have all the rigs and everything set up correctly. They're constantly not being connected to the blockchain to receive the rewards. So it's been extremely disappointing. So the idea is it can't get worse. So there has to be some sort of solution. So I don't know if I'm super thrilled about Solana. There could be other choices that I think could have made more sense, but also I'm not upset about it either. As long as they can just get the network back on track, I feel good about it, but men. Helium is honestly a lot of the bullish projects I've been on. This is, it's the biggest disappointment for me. And it's a shame because honestly, only a couple of months back, I mean, you and Chris were still very, very bullish on helium, and we're talking about not what, I mean, 8 months ago, yeah, something like that. It's insane how quickly things can change in this industry, but that's why we're here to make sure that people at home are completely in tune with what's going on in web three. But we'll keep you updated on the transition that helium goes through. And of course, we're going to move into last week in the metaverse now. So again, we always split the show into two halves first starting out with broader web three and then looking more into the metaverse and what's going on with NFTs. That's just for the new listeners. But for those that are very familiar with this, you'll understand why we do it. And it's because there seems to be a lot of really interesting news on one side and the other, but they deserve to be separated because it's becoming very clear where most of mass adoption is going to come in versus the rest of the people who have been early adopters in crypto. So the first interesting piece of news on the last week is that open sea has officially minted a new UI for its website. Now, of course, I'm using minting a little bit facetiously here. I do not mean that they actually meant an NFT, so don't get twisted. In this case, they have rolled out a brand new UI to what seemed like a pretty dated interface. It looks really clean. I'm a pretty big fan of it so far. But they have a lot bigger problems to deal with than just a UI overhaul. So I'll be interested to see how this one pans out. We're not going to spend much more time on that one. Let's jump into the next one. And this is a really great one. So just last week, in fact, it was like right before we know it was right after we recorded last week's episode, the news came out, they'd doodles after having not tweeted since July, actually had a reason for not tweeting since July. We got word very shortly after the episode and then recording that the reason was doodles had just lined up a $54 million raise led by Alexis ohanian and 5.57 ventures. So very interesting fact that their silence had a lot more to do with this public raise, which they plan on deploying for hiring 18 new positions. But this actually gives doodles a $704 million valuation in a bear market. So Richard, tell me about your read on it because again, we were pretty damn critical of it last week. Yeah, this is huge news. For those who don't know, Alex and he used to be the old founder of Reddit is now venture capitalist married to Serena Williams and they have a lot of really cool investment opportunities going on. And they have a pretty diversified portfolio of the fact that he's putting his money into doodles, almost gives it a golden stamp of approval to the rest of the traditional VC world. And probably means they have a lot of unique things in the pipeline that they can't even reveal yet. So I mean, you want to talk about pretty bullish news to raise this kind of money, get that kind of valuation during this bear market, especially in this bearish NFT market is huge news. And look, we are starting to see some momentum come back into the NFT market. So it's not all bad news there. But I do think it's really interesting that we're starting to see more picks by Alexis ohanian's group come down the pipeline and almost validate those projects that have really carved a niche for themselves at the top of the market. 5.57, which is Alexis Iranians firm has invested in the likes of board ab yacht club, proof collective, and now doodles. So maybe this really is the start of a top tier or an S tier being established in NFTs on in a much more legitimized fashion. But we will keep an eye on it for you at home so that you don't have to be so on top of it. Just stay posted here with us at the aftershock and we'll keep you updated. In our next story, we have a really interesting development out of New York Fashion Week last week. And Richard, you're probably asking me why in the world are we talking about fashion in the middle of last week, the metaverse? And the reason is you had brands like Michael kors and Gucci and Prada and Versace all very, very present at New York Fashion Week and showing a big focus on how they are going to be approaching the metaverse. I did not think it would happen this fast. I really didn't. But alas, here we are, we're seeing a lot more people and brands entering the metaverse. What do you think of it? What sold it for me when I knew this was going to start becoming the norm? What was the collaboration that we covered a couple of weeks back where the punks basically got like these special events with a luxury brand, which brand was that again? That was Tiffany and co. With Tiffany and co, when Tiffany and Cole sold out in a short amount of time and made that much money and will now make residual income from that from now on. The other brands noticed and they said we need to jump all over that. And they are. Yeah, it's not surprising to me at all. We're starting to see more luxury brands jump in. But it's interesting to me that they're trying to really make sure that the world sees it during one of the top fashion weeks globally. Because all these brands, they'll have a place, like they'll absolutely have a place in the metaverse. Because people will always apply vanity to their purchases. They will want the hottest drip. And I get that. I respect that. But to really see it right now in the middle of a bear market says to me that people are a lot more progressive about this behind the scenes than we may have thought before. So I wouldn't underestimate it if you're at home here in this. I would do some more digging. I would see what exactly it was. It made NFTs all the rage at New York Fashion Week, but we will keep you posted on this one too because I think that you're going to see even these fashion manufacturers starting to take positions on things like what is their metaverse of choice. Where do they want to see their goods on display? It's going to be really interesting dude. I'm looking forward to seeing how this one really does pan out. Yeah. I'm excited for it, man. Yeah, it's going to be interesting. Now let's dive into our second to last story. Super rare. You may know them as the one of one art marketplace on Ethereum. They've announced they will only support artwork on the proof of stake Ethereum chain. This goes back to something that I keep bringing up week after week here. More projects are coming out of the woodwork and establishing whether or not they're going to support the proof of work chain. And just like I thought, just like I've told you week after week, they're all swearing off via eth proof of work chain.

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Chelsea Gray leads the Las Vegas Aces to their first WNBA title

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Chelsea Gray leads the Las Vegas Aces to their first WNBA title

"The aces are WNBA champs for the first time after defeating the sun 78 to 71 in game four of the finals Las Vegas wasted a 6 point fourth quarter lead before quanah Williams drained a three pointer to put the aces back on top Chelsea gray and Kelsey plum added jumpers to secure the win Gray finished with 20 points and 6 assists I was a little passive and gained three trying to see and scope it out going into the pick and roll So I knew I had to be aggressive Williams had 17 and plum added 15 Courtney Williams had a team high 17 points for the sun I'm Jane ferry

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No. 6 OU routs Huskers 49-14 in 1st game after Frost firing

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

No. 6 OU routs Huskers 49-14 in 1st game after Frost firing

"Dylan Gabriel threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as 6 ranked Oklahoma blasted Nebraska 49 14 Gabriel was 16 of 27 for 230 yards and turned things over to back up Davis bevel on the third series of the second half The sooners finished with 580 total yards 312 on the ground Oklahoma scored 35 straight points after Nebraska opened the game with a 6th play 77 yard TD drive The huskers totaled just 71 yards on their next 37 plays in the first half I'm Dave ferry

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Dr. Oz Doesn't Want to Release Dangerous Prisoners Into the Streets

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Oz Doesn't Want to Release Dangerous Prisoners Into the Streets

"The Senate will go the way of the Pennsylvania Senate race. The race is tightening. John fetterman is raising money like crazy. Let's play a piece of tape here and then we'll get doctor Ross response, play cut 71. We have catastrophic bottleneck in our prisons of over 5000 men and women condemned to die in prison. And many of them, I believe, personally, are deserving of a second chance. Doctor Oz, your response. My problem is when you say draconian things like I'm going to get a third of the prisoners out or I don't want to have life sentences anymore for convicted murders. You're taking a lot of large S, you're claiming a lot of power that should be left to juries and judges. That's why they put these people in jail. I mean, one person that he's released was called the son of the devil. He accused some of his people, the folks would testify against him of being liars, and then said he was going to kill them. I mean, this is that kind of person you let back out again. He actually said he killed other people besides the person he was convicted of. Now, they probably with John fetterman is he doesn't deal with the ramifications of these cool statements, he makes. He tweets them out, 140 characters, and then he can't stand by and defend them, which is the reason why he's ducking the base. Now, he might, because he claims he's healthy, might just be wisely staying away from me because he knows I'm going to ask you a tough question. Because what we do in campaigns. But he also just might be sick in which case he's been lying about that. Either way, it's not democratic to avoid entering all questions.

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US inflation falls for 2nd straight month on lower gas costs

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

US inflation falls for 2nd straight month on lower gas costs

"Inflation remains painfully high but keeps gradually easing The government's consumer price index fell in August for a second straight month Prices surged 8.3% from a year earlier That's down from 8 and a half percent in July and a four decade high of 9.1% in June Sharply lower gas prices led the drop the average nationwide cost of a gallon is down to $3 and 71 cents Still despite signs inflation is easy many other items got more expensive putting more pressure on the Federal Reserve to take action The feds expected to announce another steep benchmark interest rate hike next week Sagar Meghani Washington

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Survey finds young people follow news, but without much joy

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Survey finds young people follow news, but without much joy

"A new poll finds millennials and Generation Z are following the news but aren't happy with what they're seeing The new survey found that among those ages 16 to 40 79% say they follow the news daily but only 32% enjoy it down from 53% 7 years ago 71% of this younger age group get their news from social media with Facebook losing ground in the past few years to YouTube Instagram TikTok SnapChat and Twitter 45% also sampled traditional news sources including TV radio newspapers and websites and about a quarter are regularly paying or donating to a new source Young people said sharing of misinformation is a big problem placing equal blame on social media companies users politicians and the media itself Many respondents say they've had it with conspiracy theories and so called food fight journalism and are setting time limits because they feel worse the longer they spend online The maid of June survey of over 5900 Americans was conducted by The Associated Press norc center for public affairs research and the American press institute Jennifer King Washington

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AP-NORC Poll: Most in US want stricter gun laws

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

AP-NORC Poll: Most in US want stricter gun laws

"A new poll suggests that more adults in the U.S. want to see stricter gun laws 8 in ten of those who answered the poll by the University of Chicago Harris school of public policy and The Associated Press north center for public affairs research say gun violence is increasing around the country and about two thirds say it's increasing in their state 71% say gun laws should be stricter The poll suggests that bipartisan majorities of Americans support a nationwide background check policy for all gun sales and prohibiting gun purchases by any one under 21 the mentally ill any one convicted of domestic violence and anyone considered a danger to themselves or others 59% favor a ban on the sale of semi-automatic weapons I'm John of water

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Jill Biden tests negative for COVID-19, will go to Delaware

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Jill Biden tests negative for COVID-19, will go to Delaware

"First Lady Jill Biden tests negative for COVID and leaves isolation to rejoin the president at their Delaware beach home She'd been quarantining in South Carolina since Tuesday after testing positive while vacationing with President Biden He had COVID in July then a rebound case in August before his 71 year old wife first developed symptoms both Biden so double vaccinated and twice boosted with Pfizer's COVID vaccine Jill Biden like her husband took the antiviral packs livid which reduces the risk of hospitalization or death I'm Julie Walker

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"71" Discussed on Quizbeard

Quizbeard

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"71" Discussed on Quizbeard

"Number 24 what would you multiply the diameter of a circle by in order to calculate its circumference? And number 25, which river constitutes much of the border between the English counties of Devon and Cornwall. Okay, so answers for today's quiz, round one was geography, number one. Have a capital city in which you can visit some basil's cathedral is Moscow. Two. Alcatraz Island lies 1.25 miles off the coast of San Francisco. Three. In excluding dependencies, there are 12 countries in South America. They are Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Number four, China has one time zone, China standard time, which is GMT plus 8 hours. And number 5, the river Danube empties into the Black Sea. Round two was the sport round. Number 6, the most successful sailor in Olympic history is Ben ainslie. 7 in football, the English Premier League was founded in 1992. 8. Despite being a 42 to one underdog, it was James buster Douglas, who beat Mike Tyson in 1990. 9. The motor racing circuit that was the first to host host the F one sprint race trial in 2021 was Silverstone. And number ten, the two teams that pass under Barnes bridge and Hammersmith bridge in their race from Motley to putney are Oxford and Cambridge in the boat race. Round three was fictional hotels. Number 11, the Stanley Kubrick film of 1980 in which strange things occurred in the overlook hotel was The Shining. 12. Depending on when you visited, the sign pointing to faulty towers might read fatty owls flay otters or watery fouls. 13. The motel in which Alfred Hitchcock directed the demise of Janice Lee in psycho was the Bates motel. 14, the Central European city that Wes Anderson named his grand hotel after in 2014 is Budapest. 15, the UK soap opera that was set in a Midlands hotel, famous for fluff, fluffed lines, wobbly sets, and characters like Benny Hawkins was, of course, crossroads. Round four was the words round, number 16, word that can go before draft, flow, and shadow to make three new words is over overdraft overflow and overshadow. Number 17, the U.S. state whose name ends in three vows is Hawaii, a double I number 18 originating the Arabic word for Islam and Islamic scholar, the word used to describe plain clothes worn in place of military uniform is mufti. 19 in the sentence, her dress perfectly compliments the color of her eyes, you would spell compliments, and number 20, what word can follow light green and slaughter to make three new words that is house, lighthouse, greenhouse, and slaughterhouse. Finally, we had around 5 the general knowledge round. Number 21, a giraffe's tongue is blue. Number 22, the European language from which Africans is derived is Dutch. 23 bornean and sumatran are the two subspecies of orangutan. Number 24, what would you multiply their diameter diameter of a circle by in order to calculate its circumference? That is pi or roughly 3.14. And number 25, the river that constitutes much of the border between the English counties of Devon and Cornwall is the river Tamar. Well, that's it for another quiz. Thank you so much for taking part and remember to get in touch if you want to suggest around and I'll try to include it next time. I'll be back soon with another 5 rounds so until then take care and goodbye..

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"71" Discussed on Quizbeard

Quizbeard

04:01 min | 8 months ago

"71" Discussed on Quizbeard

"12. Depending on when you visited, the sign pointing to which TV hotel might read fatty owls, flay otters, or watery fowls. 13. At which Motown did Alfred Hitchcock direct the demise of Janet Leigh in an infamous shower scene in 1960s psycho. Number 14 after which Central European city did director Wes Anderson name his grand hotel in 2014. Number 15, which UK soap opera set in a Midlands motel was famous for its fluffed lines, wobbly sets, and characters such as woolly hat wearing Benny Hawkins. Round four is words. 16. What word can go before? Draft flow and shadow to make three new words. Number 17 the name of which U.S. state ends in three vowels. 18. Originating is the Arabic word for an Islamic scholar, which word is used to describe plain or ordinary clothes worn in place of military or other uniforms. 19. In the sentence, her dress perfectly compliments the color of her eyes. How do you spell compliments? And number 20 what word can follow light? Green and slaughter to make three new words. And finally, today, round 5 is our general knowledge round. 21. What color is a giraffe's tongue? Is it red, white, or blue? Number 22. From which European language is African's derived. 23. Bornean and sumatran are two subspecies of which great apes..

"71" Discussed on Quizbeard

Quizbeard

02:17 min | 8 months ago

"71" Discussed on Quizbeard

"And number 5 into which sea does the river Danube empty. Round two is sport. 6. Having one medals at 5 consecutive Olympics from 1996 onwards. Who is the most successful sailor in Olympic history? 7. In football, which year saw the founding of the English Premier League. 8. Despite being a 42 to one underdog, who defeated iron Mike Tyson in 1990 to become undisputed heavyweight champion in one of the biggest upsets in the history of boxing..

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"71" Discussed on Quizbeard

Quizbeard

02:24 min | 8 months ago

"71" Discussed on Quizbeard

"Hello and welcome back to quiz via the 25 question trivia quiz played over 5 subject rounds. There are 25 questions, but you can score a maximum of 30 points due to your black spot card which everybody gets to play on one of the 5 rounds. When you nominate around for your black spot, you can then double points for any correct answers given in that round, so do remember to declare your black spot before the first question of your chosen round has been asked. You can go to quiz beard dot com to print your own answer sheets and black spot cards, or you can follow the link and get hold of the quiz kit book from Amazon. The website tells you how to subscribe to the quiz on different players. And if you can, please leave a review on Apple podcasts. If you want to help out even more, you can also click the button to donate a cup of coffee to keep us going. Before we start, here's a quick reminder of today's rounds, round one is geography. Around two is sport, round three is fictional hotels, round four is words and finally round 5 is today's general knowledge round. So if you're black spots are at the ready, let's make a start with the questions. Round one is geography. One. In which capital city could you visit saint basil's cathedral? Number two Alcatraz Island site of the famous inescapable prison lies 1.25 miles off the coast of which U.S. city. Number three, excluding dependencies, how many countries are there in the continent of South America? Number four how many different time zones does China have?.

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"71" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"71" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Adam steve off. This is where we talk about. Christianity in the works of stephen king because stephen king writes a lot about christianity being that he is really i. Think one of america's bards and phoenix. You have a list of things to talk about. I just want you to roll down. It's think of it as you right of time to put on. I'm gonna put on some nice restaurant ambiance if you could just read this to me. As if it's a west of special tonight the specials will be the question of evil faith. It's quite nice. Revivalism in america alicarte the role of christianity and addiction a side note the role of christianity and suicide heavy propogate the roar of the small town church leader and for dessert heaven and hell in general or william blake is my godfather. Sounds lovely. thank you. I'm i think all have our heart Why really. I want the question of evil fisher and definitely you. Can you can mark down. One of them william blake is. My godfather is just too tempting to tempting to ignore it sounds so we have our appetizer. We have our desert and for the entree. I think it's going to have to be faith. Ewing i i'm i'm not sure what market prices are on that but it you know it's a special evening and i decided frankly thank you sir and if i could have a shot of whiskey a whiskey yes my fine sir. Cutty sark right absolutely so we'll start and see we'll start with the problem of evil today. Excellent you might. This is a really interesting one to me Because i think the the question of evil is really the first thing that really interrupted my my faith growing up now. The problem is evil is actually. I've done an evil themes on it before where i've outlined like the four major arguments against the problem of evil so instead i wanna talk about our personal relationships with it so the problem of evil is this question. That is okay. So if there's a god why does he allow these horrible things to happen. Why is evil allowed to exist when the omnipresent omnipotent god could just not could you say no thank you just say no dare dare to say now off. Very few people are going to know what we're talking about that's okay. It's for them if someone has enjoyed all of the things in this podcast. It's for them specifically now. One of the many many many things pushed me away from christianity. Early in my life was the answers to the problem of evil because of course you can get into theology theology theology. Whatever whatever but the people who give you these answers your pastors your church leaders your elders your folks right and what they always say is well. Free will right God gave us free will because it is better that we worship and exalt him that we choose every day to come to god's altar and be a part of his life then that he just makes us because this exaltation inherently valuable and therefore some people will choose not to and those people will do evil and therefore evil exists. Now what do you think of that steve. Now i think that's a wild wild wild thing to say not for the least of which being that the choices to whether or not to to worship god is is not in and of itself related to whether or not someone who's doing good or evil also lots of people that have done terrible terrible things and exalted. God like actually most of them actually like. Yeah you know and if you if you buy into the notion of sin then literally every one every single one every all of the ones now that is just how. The statements are illogical how they're actually harmful goes even a little bit further. We're talking about if god allows evil to happen because it is part of his master plan because it is part of free well than that actually puts the onus on the victims of tragedy right. There's a lot of things in victim blaming about the bible. The prosperity gospel. Something else we've gotten into in the past but this per oh baby. We can talk about faith healing here. We can just cleanly we'll get into it and we we're gonna get there so what i'm saying here is that if you are not part of god's plan or free will needs to retest or your faith you ought to be tested then god comes for you and that's not fair because we know that tragedy happens at random that affects the good the bad the strong face the week face the medium faith. I like my face. Medium rare personnel Yeah so faith. Healing is a racquet There's just no i can't. This is so hard because again this gets us into conversations about about victim right. We're faith hewing and there's a quote about this in the book that is one of the famous quotes from this book about how reasonable smart people will throw money at anyone who is able to promise them. Look in the in the eyes and promise them that they'll make their problems. Go away and this in christian circles leads to faith yours Who wander into town and ask for a lot of money in return for say curing it inoperable cancer And i think what's interesting about this book. Is that it it. One of the big things that explores madonna perspective is. But what if that guy was actually doing that That is particularly interesting. Thing here. And faith healers laying hands like iowa. You can walk. Now get your order. Or whatever is as much a part of american culture as the concept you're describing this big faith this real faith right. I mean jim jones. Did it the guy who Jonestown in all of that and faith. Healing is a part of literature a lot. Because all almost everyone sees through this much like any discussion about cults almost nobody including quote unquote. Good christians is is fooled so it's the small contingent of people for whom the narcissists that are. The world over of surgeons are not enough must follow even bigger narcissists into tents to fix their problems and the backbone for this is in the bible is part of the problem is that jesus himself was faith healer of sorts right. He would go into towns and he would fix people's problems and if you if you have a literal understanding of the bible if you say everything that happened here literally happened As it was put out then you have to believe that faith healing is possible. Because you believe that. Jesus is is one of them. You know what i mean. Like he would come into town and he would perform exorcisms and he would cure people of inoperable issues. I mean he brought lazarus back to life Which hey revival get get it. Hey am i know my touching on anything here for you folks. Also these faith healings these big ten open white shirt harry men. Christianity groups are called revivals. They're called the revivalist movement and they specifically are talking about this bringing christianity back from the dead. A lot.

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"71" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"71" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Yeah actually really buckle end. 'cause there's a lot of here. Yeah barrett barrier heart brother. Hello.

"71" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"71" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"That. I did like that. Thank you so. I don't actually know what phoenix wrote this week. You wanted to be a surprise which is great. I think we're going to have a really analysis. Heavy back half which is exciting to me because that just gets my rocks off it is a day ending. And why so. I will be ranting about story structure and i guess phoenix. Can i now know what you'll be talking about. Narrow i think mine is gonna come up short so if he goes along. That's fine. oh it's gonna go along we'll get god. You're being so mysterious. Who i don't know what to do about it. Who are you. who's this man. You've always loved mysterious man. Sorry if if this is your first time joining as you're joining us for revival welcome We do a hot take. And we put ourselves on a four minute timer because otherwise we will go on and on and if that form at timer triggers. Then that's it. we're not allowed to go on phoenix. I will go first to demonstrate. I would love to have you do that. I'll count you down presently five four three two one. This book is very interesting to me because it feels both contemporary and old school. I think a big reason for that is the story. Structure itself. revival starts out as do many of king's more quote unquote literary novels with a single narrator and our strong voice recounting a story of their life. If like us you've read a large portion of kings back catalogue you'll be put in mind of the green mile dolores claiborne that era. The style is slow and contemplative. It's nostalgic in that very human earnest way. Which is as melancholy as it is yearning. And it's in this style that were introduced to the enigmatic charles jacob kingston's a longtime establishing this man's heart his faith his earnest ties to the community and then things start to curdle jacob after the death of his wife and child and he starts to feel like a man from a different book specifically a man from a lovecraft era short story. This is intentional on the very first page of the novel jamie describes charles jacob as quote the joker who pops out of the deck on intervals over the years as the quote change agent the entire first page and change in fact could have been ripped straight from a classic american gothic story but then the story shifts into the tone it will hold the for the majority of the book describing a boy and his new toys a rural family a different time. This is a tried and true. Horror trope kick things off with the tone center a glimpse of the horrible things to come and then ease back into the baseline in the narrative. The narrative in this case is fairly non genre. it's closer to contemporary literature with tales of. I loves in complicated cummings of age. But whenever charles jacob pops up the edges start to fray. His appearance at the carnival is nearly hallucinogenic. His recurrence has a revival. Preacher is almost crime-fiction complete with interviews with victims and old newspaper clippings we see jacob spiral into complete moral decay in brief glimpses almost vignettes. This works for me because the slower more contemplative literature segments provide a contrast against the genre elements. It's jarring in the way that seeing something disturbing in your day to day is jarring. And has jacob keeps popping up the literature aspects of the book. Start to dissolve the story ceases to be jamie story at all. The climax revival isn't the peak of jamie's life but of charles jacobs and that peak is appropriately genre for twenty pages of the script fully flips and we dive headfirst into a style of writing. More kintu the pulp magazines of kings youth than hit quiet. Meditative novel that precedes it. It's as if the book itself is taken in by jacobs obsession helpless to escape the gravity of his mad genius. In this way the form of the book echoes jamie story itself. Which doesn't happen. King is something of a literary chameleon occupying various genres tones invoices across his bibliography and here. He uses that range to draw this big bright red circle around the classic cosmic horror plot a man driven by obsession uncovers something horrible and it destroys the lives of those around him revival. Though does something. I really dig which is to tell. The story of the bystander and the result is a book. Unlike anything i've ever read before time. Fifteen seconds left my friend guy. Good god damn yeah. I mean that's sums up all my thoughts on it. I really appreciate your thoughts. It's funny i never think about story structure and and fiction structure. Which is obvious to you because you've read my fiction and so don't when you bring it to though it starts to make sense like i see now i see where these peaks and valleys were crafted by person who craft things on purpose. You know. yeah it's stephen king is a sculptor is sometimes. It's fine detail. Sometimes it's broad strokes but he's always he's always in the bones of what he's doing which i think is really really interesting. And now it's my turn and stephen going to do something special today. So if you are a new listener on what to tell you. I would like for the first time in club history and for what will be the only time in club history to ask you to put away the timer and just listen. Oh my god. But i already have it out is in my head. I think it's time to put it in your pocket. I friend i'm not wearing pants. I don't have pockets. can't have also not wearing pants. All right i'll just hold on. That was me putting it on the table. Excellent it's down. I'm also not going to present for you. An essay okay. I'm presenting for you. Some thoughts that i had about christianity now as i already mentioned christianity is fleeting. And it's easy to say anything about anything and a lot of the thoughts that i had were about that in this book and so i am going to present in character. A counterargument a counter sermon to the people of harlow to the terrible sermon. That's i'm i'm very into it. Is this the abdomen. Steve and segment. We're going to do that too okay. Great buckle in..

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"71" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"71" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"71% of the money is on the Bucks. Smart play might be Phoenix. Under those circumstances, Let's find out Let's bring in a former Phoenix sun. He actually played for a lot of different teams and is now really doing an excellent job in the sports media in a variety of ways as a podcast that the ringer with our old buddy Ryan solo and a whole lot more Raja Bell. Is with me on ESPN radio. Good morning, Raja Bell. Good morning. Thanks for having me. Well, thank you for for being here and I as I as I googled you, by the way, I found out something about you. I did not know that I'm looking forward to bringing up in just a few minutes. But let's start by getting into the game here and let's start with Cassidy. Hubbarth was on the TV show with me the other day, and she said that she's hearing people around the league, saying when Janis Tanaka Campo figures out that he needs to be more like shock and less like Kobe. That he has another level of dominance that he could go to that he that he can take this thing to an even higher level. When you hear that, I wonder what thought goes through your mind. And are we seeing that to some degree with the way he's playing in these finals? Yeah, You know, that's interesting, and I think you are seeing it play out to some degree. I said this for a long time about young as he is. Obviously, as dominated there is in the game right now, but so much of what he did or does is with the ball in his hands and when he's got the ball in his hands up top initiating offense. Pushing it on the break that defense can load and they can get five sets of eyes on him and really build that wall that you hear people talking about, and that's more Kobe esque. I guess from a from a from a guard big perspective, the guard is going to have the ball. People can load to him. I actually like John is doing what he's doing more of now, which is Yeah, sure he'll bring it up sometimes will initiate offense, but he's running into a lot more ball screen. They're finding more opportunities to get in touch is like on the mid post. Where he can, You know, quick face up and rip rip baseline where there is no help or even just crab, dribble Jae crowder across the lane and get a little jump hook. And so I don't know that he has to turn all the way into shock in that regard where he's just posting and setting ball screens, But Certainly more of that, because it's easier to score when when you're the recipient of some of those passes after the actions taken place than it is to score with five sets of eyes glued to you and you with the ball talk to keep for sure and milk. The stat I have here is he posted up more times in Game three than he did games one and two combined. It's interesting because It felt like the narrative coming out of Game two in particular was, I think it was Kendrick, who called the box sort of a dumb team that they seem to be sort of doing everything wrong. And now I feel like the entire momentum of this thing changed after Game three with as dominant as Yonas has been, How would you describe what's at stake tonight in Game four in Milwaukee? Yeah, I think this is I mean, look, I hate to say Playoff basketball is really funny. And, like one wind changes the way people see the series like it's a dramatic shift in the tape. I don't think I think Milwaukee has to win tonight. Obviously, you can't go down 321 going back to Phoenix, so Milwaukee just needs to hold serve, and if they do that, I'm not going to panic on Phoenix. I'm not because the home court in this series Seems really, really valuable and it is in every series, but this one seems just a little bit more for these rules Roll guy, So I think Milwaukee needs to come out. I thought they started it in Game two, but Like Phoenix, shot so well from the three point line that overshadowed Milwaukee's efforts to get to the basket. Janice's dominance in the paint the free throw discrepancy that was in Game two and three. But Milwaukee continues to be kind of physically dominate and continue to assert their will on the game physically. Make those rests. Blow a whistle. Monte has done a good job kind of setting the stage for the rough not to blow up. But the onus is on Milwaukee to continue to pound and continue to try to make those refs blow the whistle. He has not had a game in which he has shot 50% from the floor since he broke his nose. Do I have that right? That's right. Seven games 36% from the field during that span. So look, I mean, I've never played basketball at any significant level, with or without a broken nose. Baraja. It's got to be obviously how much if at all, Do you feel like that is impacting him? And what factor do you think it is? As we go forward in the series? Well, it's a big factor. I think it is impacting him. Um, I think you could really tell that when when they chose not to put him back in in the fourth, and Monte had him sitting over there with him. Just kind of talking to him from everything I've heard from Monte. He doesn't like to get in people's head to every interview. You here. He wants to give those guys space to kind of come out of it on their own, not have them thinking too much. The fact that he kind of sat him with him. I don't think it was an issue of him not putting him back because he wasn't going to be productive. I think he just wanted to arrest him. He realized the game was kind of out of hand. But A conversation that I saw him having with Devin led me to believe that he thought Governor was kind of in his head and it.

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"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

"I have maybe experienced bone pain but i don't. I'm not really clear. On what bone pain in the is. Yeah 'cause i've never broken a bone so i don't really know like yeah how that would feel. Yeah i didn't have any insight. I understand what you're saying. So she was like well if you have muscle pain. Let's try them. Relax it yeah. Let's relax those muscles. see what happens. Yeah and we did. It has helped with my muscle pain But with eds like the reason why your muscles are so tense is to sort of keep your joints in place. Because that's the only thing that's doing that job right so do to a lot more careful. I haven't located anything yet I definitely like still do stations. And once you started lindsay learned what that was like what subway station. Which let's explain again..

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"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

"I was like yeah but thank you. Yeah i know that. It's sad. But i'm used to being sad. I'm just trying to tell you the good part. Yeah and then. When i went to the psychiatric hospital for the first time because in new york and you go to a doctor like any doctor they ask you if you're in pain which is not something that doctors do in florida or at least not something. That my pediatrician. Did they just ask you like. Are you in any pain right now. I was like yes. There's isn't that isn't that ways. Things are so. I sort of have that light bulb moment. And that's sort of the pieces of how i eventually came to identified as someone with chronic pain. So then i got my birth control implant and then. I can't see any doctors in person but i so i see my new primary care doctor and i'm like i when i was working at starbucks one of my coworkers had agre myalgia and like we would talk about our life experience and she was like you have fibromyalgia interesting. Maybe maybe to mean to you. Bye-bye alger. yeah so we start talking and eventually i'm like oh you're right. I have fibromyalgia and then also that february. I went to visit margot in college because he was still in school. And at some point we were sitting on these steps sitting pretty normally. And i stood up and this was before marco got sick like before margot got like really sick. I that is ever alike abiam and we were sitting on these steps and then we stood up in slake like we had been there for like twenty minutes any startup like hang on a second. My my legs are now my after like knock the blood back into latin lick. That's not that's not. How bodies were that's meant to do. Lightness shipping ready. Be circulating yeah. There should be blood in there. I'm wait what this news. Yeah also some point like his brakes he had come over and another one of our friends was here. We had been doing this. Puzzle like jigsaw puzzle on the floor. And i was in so much pain i kept having to take breaks unlike lie down in my bed because i live in a studio apartment so it was like they were two feet away from me and i was like mine down watching them. Do this puzzle And like like that night or at some point basically during one of these interactions. That have margaret evans lake role lake. You're disabled like something's wrong. Yeah like you're chronically..

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"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

"Which is subsidized would be free like figures out working at barnes and noble cafe and it sucks so much and it hurts so much i hear believed in retrospect like any job. That's basically on your feet all the time. I know that there are again. Those are the lots of about labor practices in general but specifically when you're in chronic pain and you're like all day you don't really have the lens fully interpret or it. It's like terrible also. I can't drive and most of the time. I was very lucky. That my like one of my four roommates was to drive me to and from work or one of my coworkers like drop me off at home after but not always like sometimes i did have to right and it was like a two and a half mile walk which is not that bad but is also rudy. Dad yeah Especially if you have chronic pain specially if you've just worked like a seven hour shifts on your feet the whole time. It was bad when that happened. Which was not always. I'm foreshadowing something. So august comes around. I was not able to get my life together enough to have health insurance so now i have health insurance so now. I'm like okay in october. I'm going to have to move anyway. So i should try to get a job at like are real starbucks Because now i have experienced like i know all the recipes. I had applied for starbucks before because of their excellent health insurance and i was like all apply for jobs to start in october. It'll be great. It'll be so i do. And i eventually got a job at starbucks. The people who had been planning to get an apartment with find an apartment with somebody else were which was not great so then. I'm looking for apartments with someone who i barely know. And then he kind of flakes and unlike okay. So i guess i'm going to find an apartment nice. We'll see how it goes. But i found one. It's too that's it's beautiful and i love living here and i've lived here for a little over a year and i have not missed my rent. Ordinance laid on my rant once by sheer miracles and force of will the happens. Yeah just completely by accident. It has worked out but then all of a sudden i'm living alone which means that i don't have roommates which means no one can really drive. I'm like okay and by this point. I've sort of realized that i have chronic pain. And i'm starting to identify someone with chronic pain in a vague way and i'm like okay. Sorry this is like basically i. Is it a six months. Six months after Yeah so i left in february of twenty eighteen. Okay and then. You've been sober for for almost a year for almost a year at that point terminating until i got an ear of sobriety in april of two thousand eighteen so i was already living like not in college and then in october of twenty eighteen moved to this apartment okay and i started working at startups. Okay so odd does not side of things from the like a hotter is pain here. It's like eighteen months in about a year and a half. I moved here. And i'm like.

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"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

"And she was like she. She tells the story all the time. She's like bro. Like in acting is the grossest feeling ever. Sorry i just listened to your your second health episode. And i know you have like we're leaving guess. Nerves okay weirdly. It doesn't make sense. But yeah i believe it would be got sick. I so yeah. My dad has really bad back issues like my understanding of my father is of someone who is always at like forty five degrees or less on the ground. Like i've i've seen him standing like he. He is short ambulant but he just like you've retained at this was this is a feature of the continent is a man who reclines he. Also a man who falls asleep all the time interesting almost like he may be has some fatigue. Something going on there could now maybe. Ab heats tired got not everyone falls asleep all the time. I've heard yup so they tell me so. Tell me not. Everyone falls asleep in the car. But that is something that my father and i do have in common so i see this tube of icy high and i'm like i deserve it. I'm having a hard time. My freshman year of college was a disaster for reasons that i'm not really going to get into but i was like i'm having a really bad time. I deserve to buy this tube of icy hot and carry it around in my backpack. So i did and i throw it in my backpack on. I was a college student. So i had my backpack with me all the time every so often i would like remember that i had icy hatami backpack and be like. Oh my god my days so much better. Yeah i remember one night. I was very drunk at a party. And i was standing in a doorway with the door frame like between my shoulder blades. I was kind of leaning on it so like brought about the the nonce in my muscles. My friend turned to me and was like my dad. Johnson and also so from a very young age. I would stretch a lot. Like i'm constantly stretching constantly like consorting that sort of thing and my mom would always think of is really weird and she mentioned that me and my dad were both probably part ostrich because our fingers bend back of course is funding now so that my friend turns to me. She's like dad does that. I'm like dad's view. Stay and i suddenly remember that. I have icy hot in my backpack and i just like cover my whole body and icy yes. Felt amazing and so anyway like probably a few weeks after that incident. I got sober okay. So this is your first year of college. I your call got like a month two months before my nineteenth birthday okay And i got involved in like twelve step work and going to meetings and stuff like that. One of my best friends from college was like all right. He doing that so we went together. And it was very good. And i've been sober ever since and i'm very very lucky out of the case because i do not work a perfect program all the time by any means like nobody does but i think it's especially hard when you're chronically ill to like constantly be engaging with i don't know i feel like twelve stop work on the twelve step community is very you need to be able to use your brain at least a little bit and there are days when i just can't and you know there have been times so now in cova meetings are all like online and urban times in the past few months where i lake.

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"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

"When i was a kid. For some periods she would just be like constantly on tylenol because of her headaches and then eventually she'll be like now. I'm too much tylenol. I need to stop and then would just than for months the like. Oh i have a headache. I feel so she'd be like no now. I can't and then be during those periods also. If i said the i had headache she wouldn't give me the tylenol because she would be like no. I'm concerned about our tylenol intake. And i'm worried. Yeah that is gonna be bad tyler That he gets in there with like our brains learn about pain management. And what i was gonna say what are acceptable trade-offs which isn't really what i'm trying to say. But it's really hard to set up in your head in addition to everything else about it. Yeah some in college dabbling with different drugs and then my spring semester rolls around. It's like around spring break at the pharmacy. one day. Picking up maini my antidepressant and see a tube of ice. The hot and i'm like oh. I remember you sure for pain. Yeah so my introduction to icy hot was flat my dad who lives in venezuela still when he would come to visit the first thing that we would do like before we got home from the airport it would be like. Let's stop at cvs. I need to get lay icy hot ban. Gay like all this stuff the goods and he would just stock up and then the whole house would smell of lake menthol from now. Just how much pain creams fevers using. Because yeah he has really bad back pain. I don't know much about his health. But i know that like at some point. It was so bad that my mom had to do like a trigger point injection for him like at home.

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"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"71" Discussed on No End In Sight

"So she kind of cans me lex the pro. You know metaphorically. And i start taking it. The first week that i'm on it it makes me feel sick as a dog but after that. It's pretty good. I stayed on alexa. Throw for a couple years. Maybe a year how And it made me not suicidal. Which at that point was enough. It's like it took me from having constant intrusive thoughts about myself to that. Not be the case Like the peace. Yeah colorado colleague a piece as if it gets yelm 'isolation as weird but sometimes it can feel that way right like that one thing kinda gone mostly And you know it was still like. I was still carrying around so sort of heaviness that accompanies being suicidal of like i feel like i have my experience with us. Stuff is pretty different but just like the low level rawness like to me at my hardest. Whatever i'm gonna call it's just like everything is raw. Everything is kind of hummed. And it's like yeah like everything is on high alert an awful an overwhelming. And i guess it's in my case. I would think it's probably because it's related to like a macdill hijacking it's like oh my entire nervous system is shot and that's a fact my experience of life. I don't know swings that. I would not have known ten years ago to describe it that way. So yeah now but you you got it. That's that's exactly it. So then i started college. I'm still drinking at this point on still smoking weed my first teams at all with alexa pro sorrow not obviously managing different things. But like did did starting a medication. Change the way that your self medicating which you might not now. Now because that point theoretically i was still self medicating my senior year of high school. But it didn't feel. Like i was self medicating i was drinking. Because that's what i did by the time. I started an antidepressant. It didn't occur to me. Oh maybe i should try to drink less or wasn't like a careful. Titrate of yeah. What was gotcha. Because it was just such a habit. It was just what i did so i got to college my first semester of college i sorta dabble in a couple of other drugs which were also great for my pain which i really try not to think about anymore but like god like sometimes my face hurts in a particular way and unlike my alcoholism. It's kind of like i know. Did some cocaine right now like that would stop it immediately. I really would. I mean. I know why doesn't exist right gas. Why would really love to see more like public discussion about. What is a huge problem. Which is that like. We don't even. We don't even have tools for thinking about this kind of stuff. I feel like late in the context where we're all getting the message all the time that we should fight through pain and like mindfulness our way through pain and that pain relief itself no matter. The context is like for weak people. Maybe i think all these messages are out there when that intersects with yard. Lake abused substance like the kinds of trade offs that people have to make for whatever the spaces between addiction and dependence like we. Don't there's barely any resources out there for people who are living in chronic pain who need to manage this is for and also to go back a little bit..

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"71" Discussed on It's Possible - Conversations with Successful Online Trainers

It's Possible - Conversations with Successful Online Trainers

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"71" Discussed on It's Possible - Conversations with Successful Online Trainers

"Why it's so wounded. Oh absolutely so for me. Having lost my mother. I can't say it's early in life but she did have a stroke. When i was a sophomore in college. I dropped out of school. Had to pay my way to get back into school. She with my soul provided at the time and i remember how how startling that was to experience and then and then in between her having a stroke in her passing away my sister dot. My sister was an addict she drank. She got in a car. She had a treat earlier in two thousand twenty. My baby sister passed away. You know so. All those things make an imprint. They give me a great desire to help. Women who are typically overworked overstressed. They learn to put themselves on the back burner said of the front burner. The industry is not very forgiving to women in general so i speak out about that so i try to see myself as an ally for my target demographic instead of an antagonistic which happens all too often especially from males in this industry susan. I can't want it for you than you want for yourself. You need to work harder. Susan will susan's going through a situation right now. Where husbands having difficulty communicating with her. The kids are all over the place. She's questioning her own womanhood. She's i work with Over thirty so a lot of the moms that. I work with this. Get forty plus fifty. Plus they taught me about how they're starting to feel invisible in their feminine in it like. So if you don't know that. If i'm not willing to observe understand and empathize with that it makes it very very difficult for me to work with that demographic yet the why is big for me in that category as far as my reasoning for working with moms. I think in chinese face. I think what we do. Is we become what we wish we would have had at the time. We had the need right. So i wish when i was a sophomore in college. There was some like super charismatic. Got obviously very handsome. Who would have been able to talk to my mom and tell her joke. That would have got to exercise a little bit. Maybe giving her a shorter workout. Maybe not been so restricted with food just to get her involved in exercise so that she could stay the course for a longer period of time which was totally reverse the conditions that my mother dealt with she wasn't overweight but she smoked and she stressed i became that i became the thing that i wish existed at the time i had that need that taizo story of story so important for for online coaches great question. A great point jonathan. I love kettles and ambers because they're so authentic and jonathan. You know you a little bit. But but seriously like in terms of your personal content you believe that instruments black hole despair and where things go to die and all light get sucked in into a wormhole that that ruptures the space on casino other than that beyond that. What what are you doing on your social media. Personally when i go through phases that i care which is few and far between but the see is my business. So you know my. My personal brand isn't as important. I've also like. I've done the work that nobody else in the industry is done like who knows. Industry is self published. Eleven books has produced published. A thousand otago's has. I mean all of that stuff brings us hundreds of new eyeballs day. Hundreds of new pairs of eyeballs day. You know a few million years like my personal brand on. Instagram is kind of relevant. My junior has been important. Because i've gone back and forth with a lot of stuff. Some stuff that have done really hasn't worked. Well what. I so predominantly is business. I mean we've got on coaching which is fitness coaching. But the reality of it is like like what business development company for the most part the online trading academy the online trading academy level. To and what i have found is that business content on social media falls. Flat nobody cares. It's the type of thing that when people want it they want it now. They don't care about being teased about it. They're not pash trainers particularly not passionate about it to interact with it on social media on an ongoing basis and so i used to create a lot of business lifestyle type content because it was what i was interested personally and i mean i still do from time to time. Anybody follows me but follows me on instagram. Particularly notice a big shift of mine in the last couple months. I basically tone my account into fitness account. A couple is for that one is just really loving my workouts right now like i said the tuna coaching has been life changing for me. I mean i really am loving my workouts but also it just gets much better response and at the end of the day. I kind of need eyeballs. We have the way that we internally kind of a to our product funnel and stuff like that is with people who are aware and unaware so there's like product product unaware solution aware of solution unaware problem away. Problem unaware will for people who are problem aware and solution aware content is going to be very different than people who are problem unaware right so somebody who enters in at the top of a funnel who doesn't really know about us doesn't really know but what we do almost never going to into in looking for business information to almost always going to enter in in a way. That's more natural to them which is fitness right so their problem unaware maybe they know that they were problem with business but they're not actively trying to solve so they're entering in with with fitness with like a different way and then as they get to know us better they start to trust us and so sometimes it comes from me personally sometimes. It comes from a website and so i really dove deep into that post to like creating new content. I think it's very important. Create expectancy in your content particularly on instagram with. What's called franchises. So you'll notice a lot of big counts. And i d this online is i. Don't do it consistently. As i showed because again i go. I can't believe i don't care. But when i do care black hole black and so when i do care. I use generally the same type of franchises of content right. So i've got this thing way to notes from coach. John which are literally notes that i write myself on my phone and i publish those will those by foget the biggest reach than anything that i promote and people come to expect him right and people come to understand kind of what they own the votes but everyday when i work out i take a quick cell fee or something like that and just do it in my story to me will. Liability in expectancy across content is actually not spoken about enough. I think in people who teach how to create content like not just the same type of messages but actually producing them the same way. There's like a comfort level that you know most people are putting mindless trying to understand a new piece of content or a new format or whatever it is takes more energy and so this way people will follow me kinda to expect it and it. It's almost like the satisfactory thing. Like i noticed it with people which is why started to do it. It's like an awareness thing where people get to know me better. So that's what i've been doing. And i mean the reality of it is. I could grow instagram account. Really quickly like a game. Two hundred followers in the last day for one piece of content. That i put out like i could tell.

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