35 Burst results for "A Month Ago"

 Browns' Mayfield out with shoulder injury, Keenum starting

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 14 hrs ago

Browns' Mayfield out with shoulder injury, Keenum starting

"Their top quarterback under center this weekend but the Browns will be without theirs on Thursday Baker Mayfield will sit out Cleveland's game against the Broncos with a painful left shoulder injury Mayfield suffered the injury last month that continues to be bothered by it case Keenum will start on Thursday the Niners are optimistic Jimmy grapple complaint against the colts on Sunday night after missing the previous game his backup won't be Trey lance who sprained his left knee while filling in for Karabo I'm the ferry

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Tom Homan Describes Biden's Policy Measures to Destabilize the Border

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:10 min | 15 hrs ago

Tom Homan Describes Biden's Policy Measures to Destabilize the Border

"Welcome back to one on one with former ice director Tom Holland. Top, let's talk about the concrete things. The measures you said, day one, Biden has started to unsecure the border is the phrase that you've used. Talk to us about the concrete policy measures he's taken, whether it's with regards with stain Mexico, whether it's regards to shipping people across the country in the dead of night. So tell us what switches reflect in the last ten months. One of the first to reach the end of the remain in Mexico program, which is most successful. Explain the whole program. We may in Mexico was like I just said president Trump got it. He says, okay, with 90%, don't qualify. So we release him into the country, and then disappear. Yeah. And this is only 3% leave us ordered by federal judge. So he says, why are we doing this? He goes, let's stop this. We'll keep him in Mexico to be entering that. And they apply from Mexico. Right. And then everything's under control. And if they lose their case, guess what? We don't have to go find them. Right, they're not here. So the president got that. So that was a game changer. Remain in Mexico was the biggest game

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FDA OKs mixing COVID vaccines; backs Moderna, J&J boosters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 16 hrs ago

FDA OKs mixing COVID vaccines; backs Moderna, J&J boosters

"Federal regulators are authorizing booster doses of the Madonna and Johnson and Johnson covert nineteen vaccines and the mixing of vaccines I'm Ben Thomas with the latest it's not the final word the CDC has that but the food and drug administration have signed off on extending boosters to Americans who got the maternal and Johnson and Johnson vaccine specifically the FDA authorized a third materna shot for seniors and others at high risk six months after their last shot one big change modernise booster will be half the dose of the first two shots for change a single shot the FDA says all recipients should get a second dose at least two months after their initial vaccination the FDA also says anyone eligible for shot can get a different brand of vaccine from the one they started with Ben Thomas Washington

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Is This the End of Private Property as We Know It?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 16 hrs ago

Is This the End of Private Property as We Know It?

"For months, we have been warning about how mandatory vaccines and vaccine mandates are going to result in people either losing their jobs, their careers, their livelihood, their private property. And so it is now at a place where state and local governments in partnership with the federal government are able to seize private property and careers from citizens without redress without any sort of reimbursement. On its face, it is wildly and transparently unconstitutional. But a step further, we are now at a place where the vaccine has more questions surrounding it than ever before, and we have a new podcast out on that topic in particular with Daniel Horowitz, where he goes into great detail about the most vaccinated countries on the planet or having the highest rates of the Fauci virus that they have seen. And it's really that question is whether or not the vaccine is helping or hurting, but still, we are now seeing private businesses being closed because they will not themselves enforce the vaccine mandate. This is the end of private property as we know it. Where you have government agencies and government entities that are now saying we are going to shut down your business if you do not enforce the vaccine the way we want you to enforce the vaccine. We have people losing careers in multi-million dollar jobs because they refuse to take the vaccine that does not 100% prevent you from getting the virus. Breakthrough cases people with the vaccine who are vaccinated are dying, and yet they say we still need to destroy your life even if you have natural immunity, even if you have the

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Lawyer: Items linked to Brian Laundrie found in Florida park

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 19 hrs ago

Lawyer: Items linked to Brian Laundrie found in Florida park

"There's word of developments in the search for Bryan laundry who was reported missing on September fourteenth he's a person of interest in the killing of his girlfriend Gabby potato laundry family attorney Stephen bird Lino told the AP that items believed to belong to Brian laundry were found in a Florida wilderness park as the search continues for clues in the slaying of Gabby potato news reports showed numerous law enforcement vehicles arriving at tents set up inside the woods laundries parents took part in the search with the FBI and police from north port Florida today it's been more than a month since laundry was reported missing brit Lino told the AP that after a brief search off the trail that brain frequented some articles belonging to him were found the Sarasota county medical examiner's office confirmed they've been summoned to the reserve it wouldn't comment further the Tampa F. B. I. says that an FBI evidence response team is processing the scene I'm Jennifer king

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Democrats Are Panicking Over Virginia's Governor Race

The Dan Bongino Show

02:05 min | 19 hrs ago

Democrats Are Panicking Over Virginia's Governor Race

"So the Democrats are saying listen if we lose this Virginia governor's race and what sadly has become a blue state I said deep blue on my podcast this morning but it's not deep blue It's definitely blue Maybe a tinge of blue slash purple But Virginia has been going the way of the Democrats for a very long time up there with Colorado and some other states as well There's other states trending back of course Florida and Ohio trending back towards a Republican Party So all is it lost But there's no question Virginia has gone blue For now so with the Democrats are worried about as if they lose this race the entire Biden agenda hinges on this $3.5 trillion bankruptcy percolates Bill which will destroy the economy of the United States It'll take us 20 years to recover from this apocalyptic disaster I can't say that in strong enough terms This thing is a disaster It is a disaster like you haven't seen before It makes the Obama stimulus look like a $10 bill left on the beach you just found what your kids I mean this thing is cataclysmic There's not enough modifiers I can use to describe how bad this is The Obama the Biden people need this thing to go through They're hanging their hat on it It's everything to them They're terrified given the scope of the bill That the moderates in the house and the Senate the Joe manchins the Kirsten cinemas and people on the house side The Congress the members of Congress on the house side that if we lose if not we if they lose The race for governor in the blue state of Virginia That the moderates are going to panic are going to flip out going to have an X lax moment Going to need diapers and they're never going to vote for this Biden agenda Biden then loses in the midterms Coming up a year from next month Biden will lose in a route in the midterms Everybody needs to get out and vote I don't care who tells you not to buy the same garbage I'd say that's not that's not the you don't forfeit the game I'm sorry I'm not forfeiting anything Biden loses in the midterms becomes effectively a lame duck a year from now He will have nothing They are panicked over

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Mike and Chad Prather Discuss the Effectiveness of COVID Vaccines and Ivermectin

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | 21 hrs ago

Mike and Chad Prather Discuss the Effectiveness of COVID Vaccines and Ivermectin

"Know, I've been fascinated to hear people push back at my admission that I've been taking Ivermectin every week for about ten months. And when people challenge me, one guy, one pinhead pseudo intellectual call, and he said, how dare you? And I said, go to the NIH website. You can find it NIH. On the NIH website, there they actually have posted studies of the effectiveness of Iver Ivermectin. And yet, like you said, CDC, NIH, they say it. Then again, I remember I'm old enough to remember Doctor Fauci saying the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. You only needed one. That's the beauty of it. He said, you only needed one shot, one and done. Now, of course she's saying, we always knew it was a two shot regimen. A real shocker Chad prayer that millions of Americans are skeptical about the wisdom of these scientists. I have a 62nd video saved in my phone and on my files that talk about Fauci and how he has changed his tune. And it talks about the headlines from Fauci how it's 99% effective down to 40% and then finally it goes to the boosters. And you can literally see the numbers count down through the headlines. This is the kind of stuff we're up against right now in the world. And again, it to question that in any way, shape or form. Forget the fact that Ivermectin won a Nobel Prize in 2015 for its use in humans. Don't talk about any of that. They will cancel you in a

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 Brazil Senate report urges charging Bolsonaro over pandemic

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 22 hrs ago

Brazil Senate report urges charging Bolsonaro over pandemic

"A Brazilian senator has formally presented a report recommending president James Wilson not off indicted on criminal charges for allegedly bungling Brazil's responds to the covert nineteen pandemic and pushing the country's death toll to the second highest in the world the nearly one thousand two hundred page report is based on six months of work by the committee investigating the government's management of the pandemic it calls for Wilson are to be indicted on a series of charges from Charlton is an inciting crime all the way up to crimes against humanity the report can still be modified for the court to vote on the twenty sixth of October and

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Is Biden Secretly Flying Undocumented Border Migrants to Other Areas of the U.S.?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | 22 hrs ago

Is Biden Secretly Flying Undocumented Border Migrants to Other Areas of the U.S.?

"Got a text message on the my pillow text line, several months ago, I came into SDF. I think that's Louisville about 1130 p.m.. I went over to the general aviation side to get my car. There were two tour buses. One of the guys who worked there told me there was a charted chartered 7 37 coming in just after midnight with resettlement undocumented people from the border to be bused out to undisclosed locations. He said it was the second or third such flight in the past two weeks. I called a prominent local TV news station reported what I'd seen and heard, they politely said thanks and hung up. No action, no interest, in any action, or exposing these flights. I suspect they already knew and knew to be quiet. These illegals have to be gone somewhere. And the country is changing.

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Mike Is Feeling Good After J&J Booster Shot

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 22 hrs ago

Mike Is Feeling Good After J&J Booster Shot

"So far so good, got my second Johnson & Johnson shot yesterday. I'm now fully vexed. For now, double X, for now, who knows what they're gonna ask 6 months from now 12 months from now? And it might annoy you that I got the Johnson & Johnson shot yesterday. Spend time with my doctor's office. My doctor has researched it pretty thoroughly pretty carefully. He did not quite he wasn't real comfortable with mixing and matching kind of using the different technologies of the different way they do the vaccines. And so I got the second Johnson & Johnson shot, full dose, apparently the Johnson & Johnson booster is actually just a replication of the first Johnson & Johnson vaccine. And I feel great. I feel fantastic. And that was one of the other reasons why he thought it was a good idea for me to go with the Johnson & Johnson as a booster rather than Moderna or Pfizer as it has been suggested can be done pretty easily because they didn't have any side effects or any reaction to the Johnson & Johnson the first time he thought it would be a pretty good bet that I have the same easy experience this time and so far so good. Feeling great. Glad I got the game of the new vaccine card. I've got now October 19th as my second Johnson & Johnson vaccine. And that may not work for you, and I respect that. As do many

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Nikolas Cruz pleads guilty to 2018 Parkland school massacre

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 22 hrs ago

Nikolas Cruz pleads guilty to 2018 Parkland school massacre

"A guilty plea in a twenty eighteen high school massacre in Florida Nicholas Cruz pleaded guilty to murder this morning in the twenty eighteen high school massacre in parkland Florida that left seventeen people dead he answered a long list of questions from the judge aimed at confirming that he is mentally competent a separate court proceeding will decide his fate life or death life in prison would be without parole the judge plans to begin screening jurors next month aiming for the sentencing proceeding to begin in January Cruz killed fourteen students and three staff members on Valentine's day twenty eighteen during a seven minute rampage through Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school say investigators he had been expelled from Stoneman Douglas a year earlier I'm ready to fall late

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Conservatism: Preserving the Small Against the Big

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 1 d ago

Conservatism: Preserving the Small Against the Big

"And I think there's something special about Vermont that we shouldn't forget that we as conservatives should focus on, which is the idea of preserving the small against the big, which is that sometimes it's important that we as conservatives recognize we want to have local communities stay strong, family stay strong and that we of course want limited government, but we also don't want overreaching corporations either destroying timeless family businesses that have been passed down. And so I kind of always like coming to Burlington, I don't know if Burlington likes me coming, but apparently it's thank you, where it's. Actually really interesting and important where this is one of the few cities that has still kind of kept at least from an aesthetic standpoint the idea of small town America. And not wanting these soulless godless corporations to come in and destroy small business and entrepreneurship and there's some very interesting contradictions that I think that Vermont is living through right now that we'll talk about. Because Vermont has always been this idea that we want to keep the way we want to keep things the way they are, which is actually a conservative idea. And some people on the more socialistic left would disagree, they would say that, well, no, we want to we want to abolish private property or stop business, see they're already cheering for the abolition of private property. We have a nice start already. So you won't mind if I take your poorly worded sign. I could tell. So they must be consistent then. But there is this idea though that we as conservatives in the last 18 months, thankfully have stopped being corporate cheerleaders. I think that's a really healthy thing that we as conservatives should stand for the good the true the beautiful for the local and the decentralized, not the foreign and the distant and the

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How Do We Process the Alternate Reality That Exists in Our World?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 1 d ago

How Do We Process the Alternate Reality That Exists in Our World?

"Yet conservatives and Republicans are still pushing the vaccine. Despite all the evidence around them, they say it's a pandemic of the unvaccinated. And I want to close on this note, Daniel, I want to be respectful of your time. How do you personally process how we have people living in absolutely different universes as if there's a different existence occurring? It's maddening for me quite honestly and I just decide just to keep telling the truth and keep moving forward. But when I see Republicans that are coming up this year, I know the vaccine is the greatest thing ever. It's actually it's preventing all the harm and suffering. Meanwhile, we look at the United Kingdom, 223 COVID deaths today, highest daily number of deaths since March 79% of the population 12 and older is fully vaccinated. How do we process this alternate reality? Within our own within our own world. And by the way, Charlie, it's interesting, England, as I said, same delta, as it was the first delta wave in May, now is very problematic. That's after the 5 6 month Pfizer leakage benchmark just so you know, so that's actually a very good example of what I'm talking about. Now they are getting a problem. They are, by the way, luckier than the American south because they got the benefits of the transmissibility of delta earlier on the cheap. So they do have more built up immunity. They're not going to have as many deaths as we did, but they are having problems. How do I square this? Look, you read the Johns Hopkins papers over the last decade. And now I'm getting into this. Peter bragan has an amazing book on this that traces the timeline. And they've been working on this forever. And at the end of the book, he literally is a timeline. And I'm shocked, like it is shocking the stuff. It's creepy. The stuff they talk about, they talk about PR campaigns. It's a scope. So you either get it or you're a victim of it. It's not

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Daniel Horowitz, Host of the Conservative Review Podcast, on Ivermectin Use in India

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:47 min | 1 d ago

Daniel Horowitz, Host of the Conservative Review Podcast, on Ivermectin Use in India

"Show with us today is a friend of mine and I do not say this lightly is one of the smartest people on the planet and he's a gift. He's a gift to our country. He's a gift from God and he is wise, he is relentless, sometimes he's contrarian and he's brave and going all the way back at the beginning of the pandemic, he's always just decided to go where the numbers were the numbers lead him and quite honestly also on crime. He said some of the best articles on what's happened with crime in America, but that's not what we're here to talk about. It's Daniel Horowitz, the name of his podcast is called conservative, review, and he's in very high demand now. He's a treasure when he talks. I just stop. I drop what I'm doing, I say, he makes sense. He knows his stuff, and we have gone into great detail on two of his articles in particular that I want to talk about, but first, Daniel, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Great to be with you and thank you for your con comments. Look, I never thought that during a time of an open border, the most ubiquitous crime wave we've ever experienced and inflation like Venezuela, strain supply lines, those wouldn't even be the problems. Yes. We literally be fighting for our bodies our lives our ability to live and that's certainly what's been keeping me busy, but glad to join you today. Well, it's just terrific. And so we're going to go into two of your articles in particular and we'll see where it leads us. The first I want to talk about your piece on a province in India from Uttar Pradesh I might be mispronouncing it and how they used Ivermectin. What do the numbers tell you when you did your research? Sure. So, you know, one thing is very clear, whatever you do or don't do. Pharmaceutical intervention, NPI non pharmaceutical intervention. I think the most consistent thing the last 18 months is it comes at saturates an area for 68 weeks and it leaves and then kind of comes back. So, you know, it's hard to draw conclusions because we have to understand natural cycles are the most important thing here. Now to be clear, the virus is not natural. It was created and contrived. But once it's in circulation, that's what it seems to do. However, when you go to this province in India and actually several others that also use Ivermectin, but this one is the most profound because they institutionalized it most broadly throughout the population, is that their curved dropped the quickest and the earliest and then it flatlined. So if you look at America, if you look at anywhere in Europe, even when it's low and out of season, there's a certain floor. There's a certain floor that it's kind of always circulating. There it is literally

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Vegas lawyers: 2 sides to Flavor Flav domestic battery case

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Vegas lawyers: 2 sides to Flavor Flav domestic battery case

"Entertainer favor Flav is battling the domestic battery charge the rap star who often wears a big clock on a chain around his neck is finding it is time for him to deal with another legal issue authorities near Las Vegas have hit flavor Flav with a misdemeanor domestic battery charge stemming from a scuffle with his girlfriend flavor Flav was arrested last month after police in Henderson Nevada we'll call to respond to a report of domestic violence he's accused of poking in the face a woman with whom he has a domestic relationship and a minor child lawyers for the rapper say there are two sides to this story and they will present the rapper side in court flavor Flav has a criminal history that includes arresting convictions on things like traffic infractions assault wielding knives and once for shooting at a neighbor I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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'American Marxism' Continues to Succeed Because of You

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 1 d ago

'American Marxism' Continues to Succeed Because of You

"I'd say 6 to 8 months As we've been talking about American Marxism as you've been listening to the audio or reading American Marxism and as I say I've spent a lot of time on it both here and on la vin TV and on Fox Who truly convinced it's had an enormous impact and it's going to continue to have an enormous impact I don't know we know tomorrow but I think this book will be on The New York Times Best Seller list for 14 weeks in a row by tomorrow's Announcement course The New York Times hates it and they'll do everything they can to remove it We actually beat Anderson Cooper last week but they gave him a higher spot on the list than my book This is what they do so be it This book just keeps pressing on pressing on pressing on even though I talk about it less and less Because the lessons in the book the history in the book the activism in the book speak for themselves at this point don't they You're the people To her encouraging your family your Friends your colleagues your neighbors You're the people Your fellow parishioners We're spreading the word about American Marxism in the book American Marxism It's word of mouth

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Micheline Maynard Criticizes Americans, Downplays Supply Chain Shortages

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 1 d ago

Micheline Maynard Criticizes Americans, Downplays Supply Chain Shortages

"But at The Washington Post they have an opinion writer micheline Maynard who says Jessica used to it What's your problem For more than a century she says business experts have been trying to dial up the United States efficiency ever since Frederick Taylor published the principles of scientific management in 1911 companies have focused on doing things more quickly and raising consumers expectations as a result actually it's not since he wrote the book It's called the industrial revolution But Taylor's ideas didn't take into account the havoc a pandemic might do to supply chains What are you talking about There was a mass of deadly flu in 1917 The history of that is what is she talking about And how that would blunt what a few months ago seemed like a looming resumption of modern daily life's zippy pace Of course the country Americans expectations of speedy service and easy access to consumer products have been crushed like a styrofoam container in a trash compactor Wow what a turn of the phrase Time for some new more realistic expectations Fast food is less fast a huge flotilla container ships is stuck off shore in California waiting to unload Shoves normally stock with Halloween candy this time of year empty And I saw the other day at a target here in Ann Arbor Michigan The issues become so troublesome with alarming economic and political ramifications The White House is stepping in urging unions port operators and big consumer groups companies To work around the clock to unclog supply

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PragerU's Amala Ekpunobi Describes Her Upbringing

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 1 d ago

PragerU's Amala Ekpunobi Describes Her Upbringing

"Amala epona beat. Welcome to America first one on one. Oh, thank you for having me on doctor gorka. Well, look, I have to, when Dennis, Dennis was just gushing about you when he first mentioned you to me a month or two ago. So I can't wait to have this discussion with you unfettered uninterrupted. For those who are not familiar, look, prager you very simply is one of the most influential most important organizations pushing back on the tyranny on the wokeness on the political correctness in America. God bless Dennis. I think you're up to like three or 4 billion views already. The fact that you're hosting his show at the ripe old age of how old are you amala? I'm 21. The ripe old age of 21. I only had to wait till I was 47 to host the national radius. There must be something there. Let's test the waters. So first things first for those who may not have tuned in to Dennis this show when you were hosting, tell us a little bit about where you come from your family background. And most importantly, what your politics were until recently amala. Sure, yeah, so I was born and raised in a small town in Central Florida, and it was raised by a single mother of three who happens to be a very, very active leftist. So while I'm here working for Prague, you, my mom is back in Florida, working for the left. She is a fundraiser and works in development for a left leaning organization out there. So as you can imagine, being raised by my mother, who does happen to be white, I was very cognizant of my race and my gender from a very young age with the leftist ideology and going along those lines. So I grew up to be a very angry leftist for most of my life. I even ended up working for the left when I graduated high school. And of course, that didn't last very long because I'm

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"a month ago" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

07:47 min | 2 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"I think it tells a bit of a story right that you kind of that. I think makes sense of washed on in three. Think the thing that. I have taken away from season to attend. Lasso is like for me. I think it is living up to what it says Because that is such a hard thing to do to live up to the success that you've given Because it has still all of these little elements that ever. I laugh out loud multiple times during every episode from me. And i always come away with a moment from the episode and this is a thing that was remained consistent for me is there is always something in it which makes me ask. The question makes me exclaim. I can't believe this show is made like there is a thing that hits me that way. You know And it can be a small thing or it can be a big thing if somebody says something the so truly meaningful real in a way that i just wouldn't expect them. I'm still very very much enjoying quick recommendation actual regardless jamaica dune. I wanted to give that a shot. Actually that's odd apple. Tv plus as well as young is really good it surprisingly good. It's weird and fun A narrow seen in this lost episode which is absolutely unbelievable. so it's a musical. And there's like a one shot they do wherein unexpected character does an unexpected style of music I don't wanna spoil it. Yes please don't and it is truly astounding especially so i've been doing. Some randomness is a musical with a bunch of people that you may or may not know from tv and communism pretty much all of the The songs are being recorded. Life in the reflexive. The singing them right. It's not that They sing them in a recording booth and then they do that too and if there's parts that they want to change they kind of like mix and match it but most of the musical performances in the show off being recorded live. Does that make sense in the same way that you were code. Dial gave a microphone. But this is typically not how. It's done in tv movies because you want to get the perfect music performance and then you might But that's not what they're doing that are actually performing songs that shot for sure. Moving along So football is life in actually podcast. Football's life is worth listening to. Because i've made it a couple of appearance on that. I believe you have made a couple of appearances already right. Oh you had okay. I did the Ted lasso season what i was thinking of. Yes okay. so football's life also podcast. Love is blind is a truly awful but delicious television show if you just watched him for the first time oh no no. no there's three the new episodes. We haven't seen these yet so no no no spoilers. This was one of the pandemic shows. It's true this the circle and of course this tiger is yes. King seems like seven thousand years ago right absolutely does love is blind to be completely clear it is straight garbage it is straight straight garbage but it is delicious carpets. Looking is so bad and so wonderful it says trashy is this kind of television can be in like the hook is just good enough. You know people are gonna get engaged having never seen each other like you know stupid. But it's so why bring it back up because as mentioned moments ago there are three new like What do they call it after the altar. Three nieces on. I'm i'm on it. I could not resist. We watched the soon as we possibly could. Three new episodes like they're fine. Obviously they're trying to like milk. This cow that's mostly run dry. But it's they're worth watching. It brought back a lot of fun memory. Like this was the kind of fun part of the of the pandemic and quarantine when we all thought it was only gonna last couple of weeks maybe a month or two and we were all just goofing off and watching san antonio crossing the not love violent. It's love is blindness. It yep so So you love is blind specifically after the altar. But the whole thing. It's on netflix again. To set your expectations as low as you possibly can and then perhaps bring them down some more but it is it is worth a watch and then finally a band that i thought disappeared actually spoke about this. Atp abandoned disappeared a days of the new. Which is like acoustic rock. Which is a very odd sound in a very weird band. But i really like them. I'm it's really basically. Just one guy travis. Meeks was had like really truly terrible drug problems on an office entire life will they they slash. He had recorded in years and all of a sudden out of nowhere. A new album dropped and I've listened to it through a couple of times and with the exception of one song. I think it's very very good. And the album is called. Illusion is now so days of the new illusion is now if you like Kind of acoustic angry but yet soft. Rock music It's it's very good while we're making recommendations casey. Yes can you tell us about another show here on real anthem like contract. Yes did you know. There's a show called make do Which is a very like neutral ish kind of like passive title but it is far passive. Make do if you if you like analog. Then there's a pretty good chance of like make do off to monetize your hobbies But if you want to do is there to be your cheerleaders. You can listen as you do. Your hobbies with two pharmacists and julius scotts. And you can do that at relay dot fm slash make do or you can search for make wherever you get your podcasts. Perhaps on overcast which is done by tips husband so check out make do it is worth your time you should you should have. I was gonna say take a look really should have a listen. Listen before we go today. it's august. Now next episode will be in september Yes we do something in september. Yes reasons like this is like you'll pre one inc right. Warm your wallets up. It's very time indeed rom in very soon and i just mentioned this because we're only going to have one mention of the fundraising campaign in september right And everything that goes along with it because we do show monthly now It's just so happened lined up that the campaign has not begun yet So i just wanted to mention it to everyone to have this in mind to get ready To give money to saint george which we're going to be doing again very very soon. Yeah i wanna actually build on that. I don't wanna make it a brief mention. I think we should expand just a little bit. A saint jude is is organization. That when it's not starting yet we do. I'm serious. i'm being serious. Don't thing yet it yet. it doesn't happen yet. i'm just merely mentioning thing that exists. We can't waste. Don't waste time talking all the whole thing. Watch whole thing one you know so i don't i don't wanna you don't blow it yet right away. Just i'm just letting people know that the only gonna hear about it from us probably once make him. You gotta make it count. Bear in mind is coming all right as tony says. Don't throw away your shot. Kc shot one opportunity. Mom spaghetti. can you believe he said that. I cannot..

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"a month ago" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on Analog(ue)

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03:52 min | 2 months ago

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"I think it's going to drive alone from his aides. It'll be lewis and george. I think that will be true. And i own. The only reason. I don't want to be true is because you will be intolerable next season talking time. God all gonna hear scott saved the crew of a thirty be. What you all way about the to say. I can't even argue with you about that frustrated. Also i would be remiss if i didn't mention how much i really dislike christian christian. I have lost all respect. I had for him been lost of lama. I really dislike him so very much. I dislike him as a person. I just like a team principal. I dislike him so much all. Like if you know is casey that it's it's okay the louis bunch of Racists being more on him. Because max gets abused to calm all. I know i know what you're doing here but come off it. That was the moment for me. I mean i was completely done at that point like completely done. Max gets abused to. Oh poor max. I'm sure you're thanks. Girls difficult christian. I'm sure it's terrible right to be one of these people short. I can't even imagine like the stuff that we get multiplied to millions literally i. I'm sure that they will get a but yukon. You can't balance now racist abuse of a against regular abuse and say that it's the same because lewis also gets that right. Yeah he also gets people like saying he's wanna write that but also louis gets told that he is not good enough because of the color of his skin and the fact that one they never like came out and said anything against out like every other team did like red insulted but homeowner is not said anything and when pressed on issues like maxwell's against abuse as a guy. I hate him so much. hate him. Awhile say is we hate him as much as you can hate a person. You don't know whether that's fair. That's fair. I really hate the decisions. He made his personal life. I really hate the decisions. He makes as eighteen principle. I just i really. I really dislike that. The character of christian horner it as i know it i dislike with such a fiery passion and i don't particularly love max like i think max is kind of a world class jerk to the only reason i kind of excited about max's because i think he's the only one that's really and truly competitive with louis but i'm not a big macs fan either truth. No i don't like max or stamping. But i like watching him race. Yeah well this is one of those things where i can appreciate both. I don't ever really wanted to win. Because i don't like him but i like watching around the track. Yeah i can understand that. That's fair the guy. Like i don't want the guys who have success because i don't i just i don't think that he seems like a very good person. Yeah i did appreciate that. He more than rebel was kinda like. Can we stop this like. There was actually an interview before the hungarian grand prix between lewisham. Max amac's set to the press is not gonna answering questions about las race. It's done. oh yes lots going fair enough. But ultimately he doesn't seem like a good person. I agree on but as much as you can know a person from the way that we noticed people right. But he doesn't seem like he Full shares the same values aisha. Yeah that's also very well put but you know it does share some values that you and i share. Yeah pass. mel does las male. Does i love the. I love these segues special..

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06:11 min | 2 months ago

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"When you're ready to buy use the code analog at checkout to get in all some thirty percent of your first invoice a thanks to paint from solo wins for the support of this show emory laugh and so as the show is still trying to resist. It's one true form but we need to give. We need to give a chance. We need to have some talk The couple of weeks or so weird for me all right so we are now going to be mostly talking about. What the f. One last week we were in hungary last week hungary the hungarian hungering hungary gore super weird for me because i watched this race on romanian television No commentary so it was really tricky for me at points to try and walk out. Some of the stuff that was going on it was done. None as town race was not of the entire field went out in the first corner. This is the first wet race the we've had since we started watching That's true right. So i was excited for in that regard. So it's raining what's going to happen tons out of autobahn tasks is going to take out all is going to have could have been more exciting for me As you know. Like i i kind of love that stuff. It was a bit of a like the race itself was just bananas and weird and wonderful super upsetting i felt sept- to have lost The second place. I was really bummed out about that. Sometimes the rules of f one rainy grind. Mike is casey Gonna say that was one of them But overall it was a just just a fantastic race to watch. It was hamilton by the way Get it out of your hamilton goat. Test of all time. Lewis fricken hamilton. Mark as you call is undeniable undeniable. This annoys me so d so the thing is hamilton. Seems like he is genuinely a pretty good guy like as someone who is pretty much arguably the greatest of all time. You can't be the greatest of all time and not be at least a little bit of a jerk and he seems to be only a little bit of a jerk which i'm happy about I really don't like his on track persona in the sense that like he always seems to be complaining and moaning about something. Oftentimes this thing is picked up on by people. That don't like louis. He complains sure but not always. I don't think any more than anybody else. Maybe maybe you're right. I think you're right in. That are more sensitive to it. Because i don't care for his contract persona. I feel like he. He his quick to complain about things that i think he doesn't necessarily need to complain about one way or another looking at him and watching him run from. I don't remember the details. Was like he was lost or was he actually last. Okay yeah so like when they did that stunt right he then pitted on the on the second. That's right right. Put him at the very back and he went all the way up to third and he would have won that race. I am convinced the given enough time like. Did you see if you saw this. Somebody updated the wikipedia. Entry for the spanish minister of defense is safe and also another driver. Alpine he ann lewis go into quite about all within the last few laps of the race. Where alonso was just refusing to let him by. It was incredible to watch so jump in here. Like i am not a sophisticated viewer because i've only been a couple of years just like you. I don't as much as i love cars. I don't really know what i'm talking about. Well particularly with anything. Put with cars in racing. Especially but watching alonzo. Keep louis behind him. I was like it was a masterclass in defense. It was beautiful. Yeah everyone was freaking out to right like you know like it was just absolutely wonderful to watch. It was also one of those things. Where like you could tell. Just how much fun two of them were having. Yep saying afterwards right luis fernando said it like they had a lot of respect for each other and that moment you could associate in the way. They were racing right. That there was never a moment. I felt like that was gonna something dangerous. It's going to happen. They will leave for each other on the track but but fanatic was refusing to let him by and also again incredible. What by fernando. Because he was doing it to protect esteban. Yup which was like an also seeing their relationship is so interesting phenomenons. westbound all of on one. He's i going pre in pain or she's just so wild like i would never have expected that to happen. That that race will be its own drive to survive episode. I'm just because as well like especially if batas gets kicked out of mercedes will happen. If it's going to happen by the way that decision i don't know if you knew this will be made before the next grand prix the end of the month. Oh like an publicly discussed said that that driver decision will be will be will be made by spa. I discharged at the end of august. Fine put in money down right now by the way son george. I think you're right. They go their first points to george russell his first points. Did you see the video of him crying. So good for me. It was like an interview afterwards and he just like couldn't speak so and that moment where he likes was willing to do latif ing george russell. Man is the best. I love him. Yeah i really like russell to still stand by. I think land does my guy but I love george a lot. I really love season. He had a terrible bryce shame he wouldn't he. He was the recipient of wada's mistake. Well so here let me. Let me pull on that thread. Just just briefly. I think it was a mistake. I think you're right. But i.

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04:51 min | 2 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"All of my care and precautions went immediately out of the window of reuniting loved ones. I don't. I'm sure that maybe there's a lot of people who have experienced this. Maybe not everyone. And that's fine but when i see somebody who i love who i have not seen for. So long for me like fist-bump inches not man man and my brain doesn't even think about it. Yeah i don't even like in those moments. I don't even have that sort of like this is bad. This is risky. Like all i want to do is embrace that person and again like this is just goes back to what we're talking about earlier about like people being what they are comfortable with But i i just immediately defaulted enough moment. A my brain had nothing it could do. Except what did you know it was a. It was a very nice trip. We had a very good time. You know we had very briefly discussed this in our group chat with four of us. And as i said you in the group chatter you and edina and the group chat you are. The king and queen of international surprise visits is ago. I love doing it. I i kinda spoiled the surprise for our friends because i was like i was just instagram. Storing so so excited to be doing that again. and kind of gave away in progress. But what you're gonna do. But at least we still got to surprise in his brother. Which was the main surprised that we were going full anyway. we got to see on nieces which is so amazing Youngest niece we've never been around us in allah. Oh yes yes yes Right like she was born in twenty eighteen twenty I'm terrible with time in ages. That's fine so like we. We that was all i think. Twenty twenty nineteen summertime nineteen so we never really got you know. We spent the christmas with hobby. She six months old and now she's like a little pus. Yup and we got to experience that you know and so it was. It was quite wonderful. I felt very good coming back from that trip and felt super. Good that we didn't get covets. Success round around what that proves is we did everything right because we didn't catch it. So you know you sound so refreshed and so happy. And i feel it and i can only imagine if you sound that refreshed in that happy. I can only imagine how amazing fell. I felt for dina. And i'm so glad that both of you to to be honest particularly her. Got the opportunity to do that. It's like you know that was a lot of these times. I like you know. Be like meeting. And i'm and i'm just like sitting there and the chatting away but i know that that's one. I'm like i'm just there to be there was not for me. Yep yep no. That's no great and i'm so glad it worked out in in that you guys were able to stay safe and so on so that that's super excellent and it was because we gun back christmas We'll be there for christmas and beta for longer so it was a bit of a reconnaissance mission. Because i would need to be working. That time. Like is one wing. You know so just making sure 'cause we had like when we were there last couple of years ago just the intimate situation remember. was completely unusable. Very good stephen filled in famille show. I think yeah filled in for me that we everywhere basically that issue wasn't the speed it was the ping john never experienced before but it just added so much delay almost impossible to have a conversation hugh not as they say p. b. what do you do you remember that from back in the day. Oh this might even predate you. I'm talking. I'm thinking of video game references and flew right over your head. What did you say. Maybe you remember that. So this is when. I was a youth when i would play like quake online or something. Like that We i was on dial up at the time. And so are ping's were like three or four hundred milliseconds something like that and then occasionally you would find somebody who out like a college campus or something like that and they would have of like fifteen milliseconds or something like that and you would call them a low paying I'm trying to think of a nice word that starts with be. That isn't the word. I i need to say so low. You don't need to say he'll ever housing. That's also out dated. Yes well. there's that too but this was fifteen twenty years ago and so you were not an at the time which was which was the problem. That's all right though but you know speaking of ping's as the challenge has already foretold right. They cast it were right. This episode is brought to you by lewis. I should have changed the ad like at that moment next instead..

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05:54 min | 2 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"Of romanian men. That are difficult just in general and like to not follow rules and want to like their rules set by themselves and was just a little bit more of that this time This is not a like. I am not trying to make a generalization of all people like everywhere. Has this like we have these types of people in england as well but what i have noticed is on planes. This seems to be one. And i'm not entirely sure why i don't get it but you know like we have someone that wouldn't put a seatbelt on so we can land thing. I don't know it didn't make any sense. Came in for a landing and they aborted the landing and to suck around again. I don't know what was going on with that. Honestly but that was just like a thing that happened to us. That's just like a fun store. Fun example of the type of thing that i'm talking about that's and i would just say so. I can be resolved. Edina one hundred percent agrees with me on this right. So i get the trying. Please absolution on my generalization. So but what i will say so. The flight was fine for me. It was more anxious to me on the plane. Like it kind of went. Exactly as i expected by and large most people Had the mosques on and you know i believe the airlines when they say that the filtration like in the s systems on a plane travel right. Believe that because the plan was freezing. It's like they were pumping through that thing and at some point. You kinda just have to trust. I feel we're going to do this. We had to have some level of trust. So i'm just gonna choose to trust the airline and take them face value one thing. I will say. I was genuinely incredibly surprised. The mosque wearing 'romania mania especially on public transport vossler bet at in england That's awesome wasn't expecting it. Neither of us were but Like shops and stuff. Like i can't remember really seeing anybody. That wasn't observing the rules there and my understanding is it wasn't until quite recently much more strict and they reduced it like. I think they would do if you outside. You had to wear masks so come. The expectation was that like people war wearing them in the places. They were told to wear them so they wouldn't have to do that again. So that was like a bit more obedience from it. That way The trip itself was really nice I enjoy we're in bucharest. I enjoyed bucharest very much. It is especially these days becoming much more like any type of modern european city and what it has available to you. Yeah i feel like over the years of analog you've been you've been saying that repeal in a good way i don't zagged is vastly changed over like the five or six years i've been visiting right in. What is like the so much great coffee and like now. There's like a bunch of ice cream shops. Which is like wasn't a thing the last time we went. It's it's it's really interesting to watch it change. We were staying in like a hilton hotel. The umbrella renovated and it was really nice So you know. I i like being the much much more now because i get the creature comforts. I want if i'm on there like quote unquote vacation. Sure this definitely felt more like traveling than vacation. Tell me more. That makes 'cause we didn't really. I mean the the point of it was not to go to have a holiday was to go and see family and friends like reunite with people right. That was the goal trip so we were quite busy. In a way the at internet. I would not be if we were on vacation. I gotcha like going here. Seeing this person going here saying this person in this like that's not really how we take vacations with much more lazy with it But it was a great break. The it is the first time i've had away from work since january twenty. I have not been any days of really. You know like. I've been things where maybe like. I did a thing on the day then. I work the next day like you and it was also like you know so. I was still kind of available stood. Did some work stuff. But this is like the closest. I've had a vacation since which was great But the the trip in general was a great success. You know in that. We got to see so many people one thing that we did was because it was so travel with so messed up. We didn't tell anyone we were coming accepting mom because i said to the the the plans that we didn't wanna get anybody's hopes up right. Yeah that makes. It seemed like it was going to be so difficult for us to do. It didn't want anybody change or make plans shirt. we would then have to cancel. I suggested to edina that she needed to tell her mom because mom would never forgive us because she would not be able to get ready all of the things that she would be like food wise and stuff so we told it in his mouth but didn't tell anybody else and it was eating his brother's birthday. Oh that's fantastic. So we just arrived as party. He must have lost. His mind was so good so like we knock on the door and he opens the door and like he has an initial shock face and then like a second one which was fantastic. Because i he just saw me like he just looked directly at me almost like what and then sir and it was and he just lost his mind. It was really amazing. And here's the thing that i will say i'm a human being. All of my care and precautions went immediately out of the window of reuniting loved ones. I don't. I'm sure that maybe there's a lot of people who have experienced this..

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06:27 min | 2 months ago

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"Thanks to face the continued support of this show and relief so speaking of getting out of your house. You and edina got out of your house. Big time big house out of house. Contra was a house we left that house all right. So my wife was born in romania and therefore has a low of romanian friends and family That she has not seen since on that. Neither of us have seen since february. Twenty twenty phil. We all have those stories. you know. that's the thing. I would say that in my opinion not everybody has had to go through what she has had to go. Through in that regard. I know a lot of people that at least to see one person in the family right. Oh yeah i mean. I know there will be people listening to show that live the life that she lived where she left our country right now and went somewhere else. And in most instances. That meant that you didn't get see people for a long time. I know some people will have taken advantage. Maybe in the summer and it seemed like things. I can't and under control but we never really took that and that was mostly because a sings. We're getting a bit better here. They want in romania and we were concerned about The way that things were were there and basically we got to the point where we made the decision that once we were Vaccinate at we would go because it's been too long now so we had started to look flights In august and we made a couple of bookings and they kept getting cancelled with the airline and basically we were trying to go in august and the ellen that we were using effectively said that they will not going to be traveling to remain eerie august. All and we really wanted to go with this airline And so what we decided to do. I mean the reason why is because we had vouchers from a previously council. Twenty twenty today. We wanted to use those right because it's just money that we couldn't use so we ended up getting a flight on july thirty first with them because it wasn't in august so this is like the last flight they were doing al. And then we booked on a different airline coming back And so we ended up. Doing it was one of those things where this is quite stressful. We basically booked the flight fold next week right like that was when it was booked And that was a very stressful experience for me. Because i did not feel like i was ready to fly again just from like a logistical standpoint. Like you know like everybody if you are frequent traveler like i was you. You will have like your wash bag. And it's just got stuff in it. You don't take it out and you have like your charge a bag and it's just like it's all set and that's you know you're ready to go. I had dismantled all this stuff and like cables had taken out used in different places or you know what i mean like had to replace older than already and it was just quite stressful and plus. It's actually quite difficult to travel right now because like logistically. Because you have to make sure you're following all the rules of the country's entrance and exit So like what documentation do i need to provide two in. What do i need to do before i can leave. All of this stuff is available to you. If you have a government with good practices and the uk was a bit better romania whilst the uk's situation it's more complicated to get back into the uk the inflammation is at least available. Edina had to contact the embassy of romania to confirm what they needed and while they needed less that information was less readily available. That makes sense And so there's a forms that you have to fill in stuff you have to print. I haven't traveled with things that i printed in so many years when i was first traveling as an adult i'd like print the print ads and like i haven't done that in so long but like i wanted to have this time like valerie stiffest sprint the form sprint. That kind of stuff. So we had to do like I think we had to do a test to go to romania. I don't i. Honestly i don't remember at this point but we did have to get tests for coming home so we had to do like a test before we left and then one afterwards and everything came back. Fine of course voice i would. I would be saying that was like oh by the way casey. I didn't mention known. No we're all fine and the trip itself. So once i was more anxious about being around people then i was worried about catching covert you know on the surface that makes no sense but i do understand what you're saying. I felt more nervous about just being in that environment. Because like you know we've done everything we could medically and we had these like really extreme musk's like medical grade mosques and then we will be wearing for the travel which is more than we would like they much more filtration the ones that we typically use yup yup. I'm with you right which might just like the surgical masks or cloth mask. Some kind of filtration in numb there will like f f p to f p three or something. I'm assuming this is our equivalent of like ninety five. You know whatever the british equivalent is or something like that. But like i don't think they're equivalent such but just imagine that's what we're talking about. I mean that's the kind of stuff we're talking about so and so on the plane it didn't feel that terrible. There were people around us that will not wearing them mosques properly. But that was exactly what i was expecting to happen. Y- yeah right. So honestly when i was on the plane it was like i'm fine with this. This is what. I was expecting I will say. I love romania romanian people in general but they are a.

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Analog(ue)

01:39 min | 2 months ago

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"Like for maybe three or four months did not step outside frontal that is amazing to me and both the gray and bad. That was like a thing. I did I don't do that anymore. Because things have changed for me. I feel like our understanding of things is different. I have Like vaccinated It just things change. And i think the best thing that anybody can do is try to change along with the information that we receive a while. Put do not have all of the information because that is literally impossible. Because we're still in this. But i don. I don't really know what else i can realistically do. What i do know is that i cannot live my life in just my home forever. Yeah can't exactly exactly right so you know we're trying to make the best decisions we can. You know we're we're trying to do what we can keep our family safe and we're trying to to ride the line and thread the needle and do do what's what we think is best and most most friends and most family understand that Some friends and family don't and we've lost some friends and some family because of it which is really crummy but hell it is. It is what it is. Everyone's just trying to do there. But even the even the people who disagree with us cut us out of their lives ultimately. They're just trying to do what they think is best. I just personally think that science disagrees with them. But that's neither here nor there anyway. Why don't you tell me about something that is awesome is episode of analog is.

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04:06 min | 2 months ago

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"Doing more damage staying indoors staying in my own house and never leaving than i am by leaving and taking the chance. Yeah would you. Would you never get in a car because you might get in a car wreck like that is a choice. You could make particularly in a big city. I'm very jealous but where you are i live. That's not really a choice. You can make you know what i mean and so at some point i just need to accept that that there's inherent risk in life and what i'm trying to do to help myself without and this is the way i'm handling it. Obviously you could handle the differently. But i'm trying to convince myself look. It is likely that you're going to get it. And the errands going to get it in declan michaela. We'll get it at some point and we just need to know that we have done what we can to not be stupid to. Not be flippant to not yet like ask fate to come. Smythe us you know and and just just hope that everything will work out. What else are you gonna do that realistically like what else i mean. We could does a simple silly things like we've been doing swim lessons with the kids again. And then you know the the swim. Teachers have shields on and whatnot in their in. Their classes are very small. There's only like two or three kids in the lanes and swimming pool or very very very white. So they're not all on top of each other but there is some amount of inherent risk in that because there are kids that are next to each other without mass. Because you can't really wear a mask and a pool and so as an example. We could stop doing that but at again like and maybe maybe i'm making a poor choice. Remind me of this in a month when we all get sick or something. God forbid sitting here now. Like it's so shing on yourself superstitions. Casey right at some point though i just need to be okay with with trying to live our lives and just again i. We try to do what we can do. Not be stupid about it. We go in places. We were mass. You know actually we should move on but a very quick story in and then we can move on unless you have something else Aaron was at the dmv the other day because she absolutely had to go otherwise we would have avoided it or done it online if possible anyways so she was at the dnb. It was me and the kids. And i took them to a park. That sorta kinda in downtown richmond. It's a very cool park. That's designed to be for kids of all abilities you know. So there's there's stuff for any sort of kid irrespective of you know if if they have all of their mental and physical capacities and we got there. And i said to the kidney all outdoors and i said to the kids. Hey you know. It's outside and my personal opinion. Is that when you're outside unless you're really in somebody's face. It should be okay to be without a mask. Not asking you to agree. That's just what i think And so i said to the kids you know. Hey if you'd like you can put your masks on but you don't have to. It's up to you guys. And the both of them looked at me immediately and said we'd like our mass please and that was like a very proud dad moment that that they had the awareness. Both of them to think. You know what's what's right. fricking heartbreaking. Yes it makes me more sad right exactly. And it's just so heartbreaking to see them when they're trying to just be fricken kids to say can amass please. And i don't. I don't blame them. I'm not upset at them. It just makes me so sad that that's their lives. I don't know ma'am it's tough and that's the thing is there's no one right answer. My answer might be more. My answer might be right. Who knows but the your answer may be right and wrong. My answer might be right. Enron who even knows. It's just casado changes. Right has changed yup What is difficult to tryon was. Here's the thing. Actually the way that i view this stuff is. I changed my behavior. Based on information. I feel like i can taken and i try and do what i think is the safest smallest set of things. Yup but those things have changed of a time. I spent a long time leaving my house at all at old.

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Analog(ue)

07:25 min | 2 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"But anyway this is just like me as an outsider. Just looking at data and not really know talking about making my own opinions. Ha we'll do that right But it was interesting to me to like all of a sudden everyone knows about doubt. This delta variant seems rough. It's like a welcome to three months ago. And i'll just say right. It is more transmissible foreshore but like if vaccinated it seems like in most cases if you all completely vaccinated and you get the delta variant. It's not like for most people right you. Hospitalize members of my family of high corona virus often being vaccinated and they just had like colds And it's because they are in a family weather children and the children bring it home from school right all right. That was what happened with us. And again this is not a predominant thing. And i'm not suggesting this is what it is for everybody but i'm just saying that like just metoo you. This is two friends talking. I wouldn't necessarily say that you need to be any more concerned than you owe before. Just because it's now more transmissible because you're in it. Yeah i worry about the kids but here again. Like a barring in unusual circumstance. Everything i've ever seen read heard. Is that generally speaking. It seems like the studies suggest that kids have fun which is a true like miracle yells. This absolutely no i. Obviously there are exceptions. I'm not trying to say that. Every kid who's caught kurna viruses always been perfect. No worse for wear can i. Can i just call for amnesty at this point. Sure that i can. We call for an amnesty of like. You can hear what we're saying and you should know what we're saying So it makes sense like listen to what we're saying just because it's something we're not saying doesn't win. We don't mean it amnesty. On this conversation we can talk freely. Mr and i appreciate that. Thank you But i've kind of changed. My opinion is the right way to phrase it. I don't know how to phrase it. But i've changed my outlook. Perhaps on corona virus. And i'm starting to feel like it is probably an inevitability that all four of us in my family will get it at some point and all may have already had it or may have already yes. It's certainly possible And i'm trying to wrap my mind around. Change my thinking that. Obviously i don't wish to have it. I don't seek it out. I don't want my kids or my wife to get it but it's we have done everything we reasonably can including things that we don't have to like masking indoors when it's not required or not really even going endorsed generally speaking. We're doing everything we can to avoid it. And if the kids hypothetically should be okay and if aaron and i- hypothetically should be okay at some point we're going to start doing irreparable damage to each other in ourselves by not reentering society and this is also. Perhaps i'm trying to convince myself of this. Because you know declan is going. We'll actually both kids are going to school. This fall like that is what's happening and i mostly feel okay about this except i'm also freaking you know the schools are doing the best they can and they're doing a lot in order to try to make this okay and i just need to wrap my mind around the fact that it is very likely that all four of us will catch it at some point and it's hopefully will be like a cold. It's interesting to me i. I'm not saying that. I would never get it but i don't. I don't think of it like like. I don't have this feeling like it's a definite at some point i will current Of course it's likely not suggesting that it is unlikely thing. But yeah i don't know i guess the reason i think that is because i don't see i don't see america specifically ever getting to the point that we have like a herd immunity or anything like that it seems like america specifically will never get enough of a hold or a handle on it that it will just go away and i think that's because of people like those in my own family that are refusing to get vaccinated that they think it isn't it isn't real or it's just a cold or whatever the case may be and and i i would really rather not get specific about this but suffice to say you know we've seen some of these some of this family Recently in both a group in group settings and it is clear to me that they are not taking what i consider to be the bare minimum amount to precautions in order to prevent themselves from getting it. And so if i'm seeing my own family members do this like i can't imagine anyone else in the world you know and so i. That's the reason that i'm changing. My tune is not. Because i'm like i'm not getting up in these family members faces. You know i'm still staying six feet apart only seeing them outside. I'm still taking all the precautions. I can but i'm witnessing them not take all the precautions that they can win left to their own devices. And that's that is indicative to me. That america has a real big problem. That i don't think we're going to be able to ever properly get ahead of this. Yeah i don't. I don't really know what to suggest right like as you say there are There are other issues in just like deciding that you're gonna sequester yourself away forever right. And that's the thing is that you know declan i. I don't know how many words i can use or what words to use to say that declins kindergarten teacher was amazing. She was probably the best teacher. I've ever seen in my life and aaron. Who is a former teacher has said is. She's probably the best teacher errands ever seen in her life in. So because of that. And because declan i think was somewhat predisposed to be able to to do well in in virtual earning but he's missed out on kindergarten and he's been stout on a year of social growth of different kinds of growth. You can't really virtually And i think to told him back which we could do but to hold him back not holding back but not sent him. I should say you know to do virtual school I think to do the second year of that would be damaging to him and for michaela. She poll i while she doesn't remember before the pandemic like that just does not exist in her mind concern years old And beyond that. I i feel like this is the time that we really need to get her in front of people other than her brother to prevent her from getting really set in her ways socially whatever ways that may be good and bad and so i feel like we really need to send them in and we aaron and i to some degree really needs to reenter society. At least a little which we've been doing slowly But it's funny because the last year and a half i've been so tunnel vision on not getting sick not getting my family sick and and and doing whatever i can to avoid that that now. I'm seeing the the delta variant just running rampant here and. I'm thinking to myself well for the last year and half when it wasn't even this bad. You were freaking out. Shouldn't you be tripoli freaking out right now. You know what i mean like. And it's hard to fight that because again at some point i'm.

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"a month ago" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

06:21 min | 2 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"The situation with you and your vaccinations and dean vaccinations. We had another one of these things where the time space continuum was broken on a lost episode. I spoke about having moved my vaccine earlier. We're what choose day. I then got my second shot from a walk in clinic on the saturday nice. So there was a sub writer. I don't know if it's still exist. Honestly i think it was cool. Osler get jabbed very good and it was. it's kind of like helping. Track that kind of stuff so i don't know if p honestly i don't think you need this in the uk anymore Because it seems like it's pretty easy to get one if you want one. I think today or yesterday we passed seventy five percent of our population fully joel's And then like you know different parts of the country. It differs seventy five percent. Feels pretty good now. This in teenagers like fifteen and sixteen. I think is the plan. Next and our government than health authorities are still looking at an assessing Younger people. I know that you you guys went down quicker but yeah i mean i don't know i feel like what we do is talk about the pandemic but i don't really know what else we would do. You know like it's gonna come on things like things are just weird. Hit now right so like we did the whole like everything's open kinda. Thank you know like no restrictions anymore and then all cases just went like through the roof foot of wasn't but nobody wasn't related to that because oh okay that like basically happened in the same week. But that couldn't have been the case. Where i if you weeks before you actually see that and then the case is start going down again celebrating. We were like sixty seventy thousand a day and now it's like twenty something a day which is still a law. But you know. I said this the show before like those kinds of case numbers it means a different thing to what it meant now then cetera et cetera. And you know we have been If we still all but like we would test in like a million people a day so testimony lane people they gonna find a lot of people Right like during the next. I don't really know is really difficult now on a state for me to feel like i have a sense of what the situation is here. But i'm just happy that we get the vaccination rate is so good. It's funny you say that you know how quickly it changed for you because i felt the same way here in the states that when the vaccines were initially rolling out you know if you weren't a healthcare worker or like a teacher or someone who legitimately was way more deserving than me of vaccine like. That was the first month or two and then it started to slowly open up to like just generally older people and that there was like a month month and a half. I feel like where there was availability in certain pockets. From time to time. You know there was an extra shot here or something like that. And you know there was like this mad scramble to which i very much participated in in order to try to find a shot for yourself and then with after that like month and a half two months something like that i feel like a switch just all of a sudden flipped and then it was like yeah when whatever he wants to come on in and that's still the way it is today. Unfortunately we do not have seventy percent whatever you said of our adults vaccinated and in fact aaron and i are having difficult conversations with friends and family about that very issue which is super fun. Yeah i feel pretty lucky. I haven't had to have any like that. I mean when the vaccines i rolling out. Everyone was having these conversations. Like what kind of like. This seems fosters. This okay kind of thing And then it we. We started to get information and it will start to make sense like you know. I had conversations like that with members of my family. And but then i've not had to have any more. You know i mean. I don't know right. There could be people that allying to me. But i haven't had to have any kind of conversations which i'd like trying to convince people i care about to get this nine. If i think everybody the is in my life has hata blind lodge or at least is halfway through the system but my younger brother hasn't had his second yet because he's younger than me. But i think i think in the next couple of weeks. He's having his second job. I'm very jealous. But i don't know so here it's been whiplash. You know we got the vaccine's rolled out as much as we can and everyone was basically like screw it. Let's open up. And for like a month it legitimately started to feel normal. I still wore masks inside. Even though i didn't have to. Because kids we talked about many times But it felt by in large mostly normal but now delta is really taken hold here in the states and it is scaring the pooh-poohed sat me and so this is one of those things where it was like not funny haha but like funny to me in a way where just all of a sudden every one of my friends. acknowledged the existence of the delta variant. Even though we'd been dealing with for such a long time i. I feel like that. There may have been a bit of resistance from the american government to acknowledge the fact that delta was there like if you're looking at data delta was was the predominant variant in the uk and us for some time before the government started talking about it. Yeah i've been tracking this explicitly. Because i want to be able to come to america right zoellick. I've had this. Bmi blonde looking like case numbers and tests and variant domination that kind of stuff because The the us government is not letting uk citizens in because of what we're dealing with with the delta variant but at this point i don't know why they wouldn't let me in but the route is still closed Come to america. I don't know what the i don't know why despite right like we're both dealing with the same variant. We both have rising cases. I'm double vaccinated with pfizer. So i don't know what the issue is upton anymore But just need some. I'm hoping that they kind of get their act together..

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"a month ago" Discussed on Analog(ue)

Analog(ue)

06:46 min | 2 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on Analog(ue)

"The so we were just talking about something that i needed to remember. And i actually. I don't know if i've said this to you publicly. But i pulled casey with you like two years ago and i knew alex mandl the case Alex can mean so many things. But i'll explain here so a couple years ago. You started giving me grief not only about time management which i am still refusing but you started giving me grief about using the app do di we and this is not the recommendation section of the show but in the midst of an uninteresting conversation that we were having earlier. It occurred to me. I needed to publicly. Thank and apologize. Thank you and apologize to you. For pooping on the idea of using d. u. we do Because that thing runs my life nicey now. I don't think you should be using it anymore. Well see i know not do is not a task management system. The i agree right. So if you're running line at this application you may be put too much into it. I would maybe recommend that it's time to start looking at a. You know insert task manager here but ultimately as i always say if it's working for you or awesome. Keep doing it but you. You may have reached the point where you might wanna stop like looking all thinking about graduating to something that could provide you with additional functionality. Flexibility because you really is a like simple mostly recurring reminder kind of thing you know like take out the trash. Take your pills cole. Mum You know like what what you were saying you going to do. Is you need to like mt and st cod and your oreo device. That's what it is. That doesn't feel like something you would want to put in. Do like a three monthly romo because that just feels like more like a task to me like ben than like this little reminder neck due to me is like the real basic stuff like if i need to get milk i'll put in due to remind me and like the minutes or whatever but it's not going to be like this like mayor important stuff. I don't know everybody has their own system right. I'm not saying you're doing wrong. I'm just saying like for me personally. It like it's too like i use it for simplistic things not not like mission critical things. It just feels like their a levels in the stack and that one. Or you know. It's in the casey communication pyramid like the mike. Highly productivity permit is there but it's like a step below. Just something i hear you. I don't know what why would go. It was a pair mid would top be the most important thing or the least important thing. I'm not sure how to structure that pyramid. Is it like a totem pole or something. I don't know. I don't know i gotta think about this. Maybe it's like what is it called like the layers of the earth. You've got like the core in the crust. I mean yeah. I sent in in our super-secret tax which isn't really super-secret I sent a screen shot of do as the exists right. Now it's pretty secret because it's only me and you th the existence of it is not particularly secret wedding ways. I sent a screen shot at my soap. Less a loss stuff in there also. I have never seen this theme before. It's like pool. is it lack theme. I don't know what does is Listen so you've got like you got like a bunch of stuff and it's also like like this isn't what is for all right. That's the thing and then in a way this you sending me this screen. Shot is not when. I say it's not what it's for than you haven't screen shot so i can now analyze everything in here and ask you a bunch of questions about it is i want to do fool correct correct but to me like as you look at this these i know you don't know what a lot of these because there's almost no context. Yes exactly and most of it. I feel like is stuff that i want to remember to do either. Daily or weekly or monthly or whatever and it's just a matter of telling myself to do it and yes. I agree that you could take any of these to be a task because obviously for reminding myself something. I'm not reminding myself a thought generally speaking. I'm reminding myself of oh you should You have things in hit. Okay see the tasks like recurring things. not not might be better for say reminders. But as i say if it works for you keep doing it But i think it might be time for you to at least think about poking around something else to to to extend your your capability. I hear you. you're probably right. i think i have. I don't know the word i'm looking for. Not an not an allergic or like not even an aversion. But i just i feel like when i get into the level of a proper task manager it it just feels heavy. That's the only way. I can describe it and admittedly. I've never given not a one of them a fair shake so i don't really know what i'm talking about but the i the idea of it just feels heavy to me and i hear these people who talk about like the omni products which i do not doubt are phenomenal. But it seems like. If you don't let that. And i said i run my life on. Do i was mostly kidding. I mean there's some attitude to it. But i'm mostly kidding but people who talk about the omni stuff it seems like it legitimately runs their life. Yeah dispossessed complicated. I think you should be looking at. That's also probably true. I think that the next step for you actually isn't far away from. I do which is just like the most simple of to do list systems. you know. yeah but you could use reminders. Reminders would do a great job you for that kind of stuff but yeah. I don't know i think that they could be some value to it but don't necessarily want to upset the apple. I'm happy doing something. He's not going to counter or whatever. Oh no yeah. I mean the calendars. While i would have but can a calendar to do list unless adjacent style and sometimes me no. He's bugged him out of it. Well see your haven't quite succeeded on time management but maybe you'll get their task management. Hey what is the situation with you and your vaccinations and dean vaccinations. We had another one of these things where the time space.

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"a month ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And Getty show. Shirts that official Now that orange haired fast run an American woman it was going to become a household name is not going to compete in the Olympics because she has smoked marijuana in a state where it is legal, But it is not legal if you're an Olympic athletes She's officially out. Yeah, Seems kind of silly, But you know, you can't just pick and choose who gets you know who faces the Uh, you know the rules who faces the consequences for breaking the rules? Is there a case somewhere where you know some vaunted boxer? We're really counting on Or can they make exceptions? If they can, I'd say go ahead, but I'm surprised they didn't somehow behind the scenes. Just it's a TV show. Like we always say it's a TV show. It would be a better TV show with her running in it. But what about the sanctity of the fidelity? Now? That's hilarious Blob writing, so that's hilarious. A bunch of euro fat cats get rich well and a bunch of your your communist countries who cheat like crazy and always have So, So we've got an athlete who smoked marijuana one day a month ago and she can't run. But over the years the East Germans back when that was the thing or the Chinese and the Soviets or whatever they do, all kinds of crazy crap. Their women have penises. Here's your freedom loving quote of the day. Once again, the great Thomas So most of the Sicilian Mafia and the criminal tongues in China began as movements to defend the oppressed. So perhaps we should not.

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"a month ago" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:04 min | 4 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"And people. Don't wanna hear you say that it's going to cost more than in that original bid. I'm hearing a lot of the trades really struggling lumber starting to come back down but boy there was. There was a minute there that some of these guys were were in a real tight squeeze because the homeowner or the the the client didn't wanna pay the difference and the builders were in real trouble with these with these commodity price increases. And i i gotta tell you. I'm less worried today than i was about inflation a month ago because i'm seeing some of the commodity prices start to come back down but it is still looming in. I'm still really afraid. We're about to see. I just read morgan. Stanley's market market insight and. They're predicting.

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"a month ago" Discussed on V103

V103

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on V103

"Ex boyfriend and I split up a month ago, and the rental house is in my name. We just signed another lease right before we broke up. He's got another woman staying in the house with him already, and it's getting under my skin. Ladies cars in my garage and she put some sort of cute flag out on the front porch. I don't want him back. But I do want that lady out of a house that's in my name. If I tell the landlord I would have to pay extra to terminate the lease early. How should I handle this? Well, you don't want him back. Is he paying the rent? That's the question if he's paying all the rent And you don't want him back. What difference do it make to you? Who in there? As long as you get into the house paid for, or is it that he's paying his hands? Or are you trying to use it as a As a rental property and you can't read. I don't understand what she wants. Yeah, I don't get it. I don't understand. Surely what I mean. Okay, so it's a rental house. Is she renting the house? Or is it a house that she owns that she's renting out now? Because both in y'all's name and it's a rental house? But he's staying there and he's paying the rent in the rental house. But it's in your name. You don't want him back, but you don't want the woman. Well, that that ain't got his word. So they're renting a house? Yes, she said if she tells the landlord so they don't own it. They're just renting the house. She'll have to pay extra to terminate the lease. But this is stupid. This makes no so I don't know if she's paying half.

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"a month ago" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

04:55 min | 7 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

"Your aura holes in your energy and others will kind of come in to manipulate you. So they can math with you so they can get your energy so they can drain your energy and and really wreak havoc. There's a new phrase. I've learned about a month ago in it's called hollow dining h. o. l. o. d. y. i. n. g. I believe where the entity will come in and basically the person will almost like sold their soul. The phrase sold their soul to the devil is really not outlandish and but they will. The ncaa will come in and Basically have you creates commit suicide in. These are very intense things that happen all over the world so you'll notice people who they seemingly were happy normal people. There was no sense of depression whatsoever. Sometimes you go okay. They've hidden it really well or is there something else going on. And that's where i look into. It's really not unheard of. It's just not well talked about because you know again. It's not really part of western medicine. But the more people i talk to you they go. I'm really not surprised. Or while. I have had an experience where i just felt offer a day and just i knew it wasn't me so those are some some little directions For people to start noticing and check themselves such that they can start to master their boundaries. Keep themselves in check balanced. You know check your vibration all the time. Are you feeling good. Or are you happy is that you know that you're feeling or is that not you're feeling and then the more you check in the more you're aware the more you can master and so then as you get more masterful the less these other energies will want to manipulate you. Because they can't write a master will laugh at you know a a white belt. Great you have all your energies. That's wonderful now teaching guide. You cannot mess with my energy. i'm to masterful. i'm to grounded. I.

a month ago a day
"a month ago" Discussed on Fuck Humans

Fuck Humans

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"a month ago" Discussed on Fuck Humans

"Thank you. Dr kerr oh angel. You're back where have you been. It seems like the entire kingdoms. Been looking for you for days. Yeah i got lost. Okay thanks buddy nevermind that how have you been duct her. I've told you to call me. Ask for how i've been. Well i've been doing quite fine actually especially since you gave me those plant samples a month ago. You honestly have no idea how much these will help. Humanity health wise well. I'm glad i could help. Hey do you want to return the favor shore. What's your name. I remember hearing you guys. Were recruiting toys. Our ancestors used to use in their time of leisure toys. You mean by children's playthings. Think more adult. Oh oh yes we have been working on recreating those. You wouldn't need any of those devices tested. Would you usually have volunteers already. Picked out. but why the sudden interest. You're an attractive man. I wouldn't think you would need to seek out sexual pleasure from machinery. It's not about seeking but more of a curiosity guess. It could provide us valuable research to have one tested in non-controlled environment. What kind of device are you looking for. I never know what you our sexual into these days. Do you have that can be controlled at a distance distance. Oh i think we actually.

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