17 Burst results for "A Ton Of Energy"

"a ton energy" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

07:25 min | 2 months ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"So you say he has a father's heart. I think one of the things that is interesting for people with your book intentional. Father i mean. I have a lot of guy friends who are helping parents other kids. That are not their kids just a lot of community. I mean we have a real like village that i'm a part of it. I'm the only unmarried one in the village helping raise each other's kids but when it comes to being an intentional father earn intentional mother like i hope i am. Even though i haven't birthday anyone adopted anyone. We've got about a billion spiritual kids so so wins. We see a book like intentional. Father how to raise sons encouraging character. Talk for a minute to our demand and women listening who aren't physical parents yet. But our parenting paul and many of us. How do we work on our parenting. When we are parents will tell you. It's called the intentional father. there's a lot of unintentional parents doing a lot of damage and this is about talking about five kinds of parents and the best connors the the the aspirations spin attention apparent. You know. I've been to a lot of kids a youth pasta here nashua for and you can play a tremendous role being a mental. His the thing young people are desperate for older people to take him by the hand and walk them through. These complex agonizing. Pain food years. Yeah they look for god and that guy can be fafa father's not around it can be a mentor. Could be a coach. Could be youth pastor. It'd be some a community group or whatever and it actually happens best in partnership like so. I was always trying to outsource or supplement. Compliment my parenting with night with like other mentors and other friends. There's always trying to expose and you've got to meet with them. Hang out with him. Going that thing because i wanted him to see a community of mint so the books like by hope one is like you need a cohort period. You need it to be surrounded. I i read a wonderful book. My gosh it was just such a great but could council of dads and it was about a guy who walked the whole world be walked the bible. I think he's a secular jew but this was what he did and then he got cancer in these leg is going to die and he had these two newborn girls and so he's like i'm not going to be around. Need to build a council of that. And i don't erected ends up leaving. He's finding lives in brooklyn are you. I know but i went back to walk to the long story whereas great book. But i love that. Vision was like this is what we of dads or father of the and this x. several other books One of my read by african american woman talking about her Her son didn't follow. Was not in the pitches so she basically made same thing made a community of of mentors to help play these roles in his sun. So i've got a thing on archetypes. Which like any mayo formation. Hasn't it and like. I think one practical way is to sit down and say like who's the best person to teach this kid these particular so like i've got friends in new york who are really good with money and you need to learn from them. They know about a lot better than i do. I can talk to you about the hot spirit. Jesus so there's multiple ways of mental could speak in and bring their unique gifts to bid. The ultimate vision is like a community of people creating a shed pathway of the. I think that's really helpful for i would imagine for our parents listening that the reminder you don't have to be everything for your kids you can't go rushing right. I would imagine the other thing will say. I just. I just watched. I'm anthony. bourdain. That athens document. I saw you tweet where you tweeting about it. I thought you'd probably yeah. i mean. it was really conflicted. You know he's got that famous episode waffle house or waffle house squad thought about it and so he ends up having a kid late in life with his second wife. And he's like the footage he just looks like an incredible dad is doing everything he can but he's just torn torn with personal ambition and then one of his friends says you know is it avenue. Had this vision of being the ideal dad the romantic dad and he could never live up to it so we always felt guilty paralyzed now and i was like. Yeah that's the thing because there's a difference biblical grocer of in thinking about this a lot talking about this a lot greatness. It's possible to be great. That coach and a horrible parent like how many famous people like did it. At the cost of children's formation solves but there's greatness is actually about other centered sacrifice in the bible and so possibly be a great dad. Which means you basically like you get up. Ille- you're sacrificing behalf of your family doing things they'll never appreciate never ni- and on your death bed it's your kids would say he was a great dad and greatness is about sacrifice it's not. I realize it's not instagram moments. It's not high but it's like showing up everyday to love to guide. Its microphone nations. The right word at the right time. It's the gift of presence it's a screwing up and asking for forgiveness it's modeling god honoring humanity in front of your kids and so take the pressure off. You don't have to be this idealized parent. You don't have to go to a conference in philly cry because you can't will stop be present what you can express love repent when you screw up be honest and That's what i think. Parenting greatness get the pressure off you back. That's right i. I love my role in my friends. Parenting lives like. I'm the one who can come over at five o'clock when they've done all day and i just play for an hour because i have tons energy i've been at work all day. I wanna play. And and i love throw in kids from here to there. I think it's like incredibly fun. And so and so. I love my role in that. And if i can't imagine if my family if my little village didn't let me be a part of the parenting i can see them at times when something goes sideways with me and a kid where they hold back us to let me and the kid work it out and we're talking about family we're not so we've got the like the modern obsession with a nuclear family as opposed to like the biblical concept which is extended family fifty to seventy people. It was like way bigger than like jeff. Becky's writing about this a ton an awesome. The mom dad and kids like that's not it right dr. yeah. I think it would help. I think so. Many single people would feel less lonely if they could find their way into a tribe. And even though it's like we have around a lot of people which is fine. They have single friends. We'll be fine like but it is. It is one of the greatest gifts of my life is being a part of those that particular tribe. One less thing is well for sarah's or anything we didn't talk about you wanna make sure we cover. We did a li- this is like the most wonderful conversation. It's just effortless effortless. I've done it. You know some other wonderful podcast water from a stone. This is just like the river jordan. Received that i have to hold back is i want. I want to tell you all the things. And i'm like no you're on a microphone. We want everyone to know about john. So thank you..

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"a ton energy" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

05:15 min | 3 months ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on Mind Pump

"In quality of life do you typically see. I know it's an individual but what is typically seen with somebody who goes on the basics are hey doc. I've got low energy. And i shouldn't say low energy. 'cause the magic word is really decreased. Whatever it might be because one of the reasons why we don't see patients as soon as we should is because we've all seen the guy who's bouncing around the walls right off the walls He's got natural high energy Any figures his buddy Ralph and goes cheesman. Ralph's fatmatta shape on the couch. I'm still working out. I got tons energy. Nothing wrong with me. It's just old age right. He shouldn't compare himself to anybody else. You should compare himself to him and say hey man. How am i doing compared to ten fifteen twenty years ago do a heavy decrease in my libido my energy level. My sense of well being My ability to change my body composition. Which the first three are personality traits. You could argue influence there from but changing body composition. That's not i mean indirectly driven by your personality. Do you get your butt into the gym or not. But that one like you got a guy who especially a successful athlete. Who knows all the right things to do and just keep saying well. I'll just try harder. I'll do more of this. I'll do more of that. There's last ones to come in and really they're the ones that would probably benefit more than anybody to come in sooner so so those are the i guess i called him a four things that most people complain about now connected to that though you know an increased sense of well That can your sleep when you wake up in the middle of night and think about your two point three kids and a mortgage and on my god. How many get through this. You know when things are going. Well you'll shut up brain hand like i always do wanna get up in the morning. Kick butt because i feel good..

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"a ton energy" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:42 min | 6 months ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Smith is accused of taking money from prospective ham producers who thought they were securing a license. Don Smith. W B A P News from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo Say your next update A set a 30 24 7 coverage at W. B. A pea tacos. Okay, so the video I knew I'd get him but It wasn't nothing on purpose, I think That kind of stuff happens a lot in the games, you know, is two guys fighting for a river, I guess. Look at Dante. It's after he got tossed last night up in Cleveland. After he hit the Cavaliers, Colin Sex and below the belt. Good morning from our Mercedes Benz of Plano sports Chess Games. He blamed a man's took care of business. They beat the Cavaliers, but Dante it's got an automatic ejection with a flagrant two found what was described as an aggressive strike. To the groin area sex Instead, there are no hard feelings. It was just basketball play at the end of the day. If you haven't been to a Rangers game yet in person pretty good chance. When you go, you're going to see Ah, home run. By the Rangers. This guy is exciting. Their new outfielder a Dallas Garcia can't say now, obviously, this guy brings a ton energy and you could see how the bases we gotta kind of real a minute times. But that's easy those conversations and that we could easily have with him, But the town I mean, it's just showing really well run manager Chris Woodward after the Rangers pounded, the Mariners tend to to to win two out of three in the Syriza. Garcia, driving in five runs hit his team. Lady Night home run of the season, which is just a little over a month old Rangers out had the same. It's just gonna play a couple games against the Giants, and we mentioned Colin Brian last week that the say Hey, kid, Willie Mae celebrated a birthday where he turned 90 years old. Our speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, tweeted a picture. She said. Happy 90th to an all American icon, a trailblazing record breaking baseball player, a civil rights leader in the champion for youth sports and well being. Willie Mays is a civic legend and a national treasure. Pelosi tweeted a picture. Houthi shot thought was made. It wasn't It was Willie McCovey. Who died three years ago. Uh, she's in the picture there with McCovey and his wife. Her office said The issue was a staff era. Yeah. You know what? That's probably fair. I mean, Nancy Pelosi is not tweeting out photos of people well and they took it down. I would hope that a picture with her and Willie Mays now how J. Yes, Here's the rest of the story. Where we go here we go. Story of the picture with Pelosi and McCovey. Also includes his wife, Estella. Okay. McCovey was 80 years old. When he married a Stella on August 1st 2018 Okay, 80 years old. He died two months later. My goodness. Oh, my goodness. Wasn't there some issue with the pro baiting of the will? Yeah. From his kids, but they were long time. They were like a longtime couple reading this story. She came in to be a therapist. He was having health issues. So she was kind of a not live in nurse. But in being his nurse, they developed a friendship right that turned into a love affair. I got married. I thought you're gonna do the old joke. The 80 year old man that I married the 20 year old woman. If he goes, if she go, go ahead. What about it? What happens about You're afraid of dying? He does. Well, she dies. She dies. Right? Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. What's the definition of an eternal optimist? And 80 year old man who marries a 26 year old woman and moves into the best school district in the state? Yeah, Okay. We're on a roll. Here we go. Let's hit the ball out there. I thought you were gonna tell me this is serious. I thought you're going to tell me she She had put up a picture of her and Willie Mays Hayes for major from Major league, right. Exactly. That would have been something wouldn't young Wesley Snipes? Yes, Yes, By the way, Did you see who else we lost over the weekend and money and texted me this and I did you see who else we lost over the weekend. You obviously didn't look at the Celebra bits, did you Yeah. Help.

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"a ton energy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Him. Johnson Gardner Johnson came off the edge and ran right into bringing you coming around 2nd and 18 Nick Mullins 11 career starts coming into today. McKinnon out of the backfield in motion that goes out wide left trips left the shotgun moans. Trump's back. Pocket closing turns throws was left. All is incomplete. Went off the fingers. It appears of McKinnon was almost intercepted. Lattimore was covering and could have had a pick. Instead. Now 13 18 for San Francisco. Is not the situation you want to get into. If you're the Niners, they're not Built for this high octane passing game, And even though they have a decent offensive line, these states pass rushers ferocious, particularly number 94 Cameron Jordan, as good as anyone in the business over the past few years out of the shotgun, three left one right 13 18 gallons on the draw, Hands it off, and it swallowed up, driven back and it's another tackle for loss for the Saints. This time. Marcus Davenport, who backs up those guys on the defensive end position is in there with an easy tackle here before supply from the 40 Niners. So on you and I were saying Last break. All the states looks like they didn't have a ton energy defensively on that first drive. They came out this drive with a lot of energy. And you know that Dennis Allen probably had some choice words for him over there on the sideline, and they responded. Love. So at the 13 yard line, 4th and 22 Bitch wish nasty is the punter and he'll punch from out of the zone in zone. Let's go from the goal line. He crosses the 50 with a good high kicks. Fair kids call, But then it's off of the deep man Deante here is it kicks forward back toward midfield,.

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"a ton energy" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Satellite Satellite Payload and that led to the granting the Long March five two years law match five is designed to carry payloads of the twenty five tonnes into low-earth orbit annually nearly fourteen tonnes energy station transfer Ovitz the rockets co-stage uses to liquid hydrogen and Liquid Oxygen Y of seventy seven million engines. which bird for nearly eight eight minutes and four liquid fuelled kerosene and oxygen strep on twin? Engined boosters the failure of the previous mission was traced back to the design of the why of seventy seven main engines and that design has not been modified the Long March fives up a stage uses liquid hydrogen and Liquid Oxygen Wife. Seventy Five D main engines to carry the payload the rest of the way to orbit as for that payload the Shashank Twenty well. It's the first spacecraft based on Beijing's new h five telecommunications satellite platform home and it will replace Shang. At which was lost during the last long match five launch attempt China had successfully launched. Its First Long March five Becky EH. Twenty sixteen official Chinese News Agency claims this successful fight will pave the way for the Long March five to be used on future K. missions including clued launching China's first Mars probe flying the twenty five lunar probe and launching a core module for Beijing's New Space Station in twenty twenty two Beijing aging is investing billions of dollars into its space program. In fact it's now spending more on space than Russia and Japan combined in two thousand and three it became came under the third nation after the Soviet Union in the United States to put a human into orbit and exactly a year ago January twenty nineteen China became the first nation. Asian demand a probe on the far side of the moon..

"a ton energy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Oil and natural gas anywhere in the world running for president wants to abolish all production oil and then Joe yes I think they want to go to windmills when bills you know no one wants to speak to that we can't Darling the wind is blowing they won't win in other words they want to annihilate your Texas economy can you imagine an oldie but a goodie that one old we can't watch around because the wind now blowing a juvenile gone what's going on welcome to the show how are you I'm good with yeah these are speeches of the president the Democrats are really going wrong they really really love to do well in the negative and the speeches and rallies are such positive energy very true the people that move this country forward are people who thrives on positive reinforcement and positive for the movement yes the people that good listen to ninety closely Chuck Schumer the the progress of little left right they wanted to get mired in negative yeah yeah a negative energy yes and this is what's going to sink them there are people that hear the speeches the row is the energy the passion the charisma and they say that's what the country is in what is it about we write about you're right you're right and I'm get loose on my phone's blowing up with people saying this is unbelievable this is incredible this is he's on a roll this is this is fantastic juggernaut to everything he does one speech it's like he's saved up the energy from that one and then that's when we knew more in their response even more the guys the guys got a ton energies got a ton of passion and everybody should remember this every time you see him out there in public he's doing this for free he doesn't take a salary what's up with all this nonsense doesn't take a salary it was a civil engineer for a quick second just cooks angle at John we were doing.

"a ton energy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Amazing it's amazing about this for a second right the frustration the people feel a lot of times in this country as frustrating as our politics is and it is in the system is not perfect and there's things that we can work on we all know that I'm but we can all look in the mirror myself included think about the transparency that we have think about all the things are going on right now and the freedoms that we have the press gets mad at trump because trump says you guys are the enemy the people right and let's be real there's a more than a a biased group inside of a big media at the same time he loves them because they helped him get elected and he plays the game and he says Stephanie trolls them and and and it is what it is we have all of these freedoms that we enjoy we've these companies here who are cow towing to a country that's not there's because of the almighty Buck ridiculous it is absolutely ridiculous what's going on apple should be ashamed I read an article yesterday I think was on scene at or CNBC the said talking about not only this app but there's also a song that's in one of the play list that apple has like in their their apple placed or whatever where the music thing is that that says it hurts the Chinese people's feelings three two three five three twenty four twenty three at seventeen shows your Twitter you can tweet at me super Bates I got tons energy I was here at five o'clock this morning busted my **** working hard with bed late last night played soccer every once in awhile I need a little some some and that's were super becomes an energy absa loosely getting soft use because I'm also personal convenience and the soft use are amazing.

"a ton energy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:44 min | 2 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"For limited and Niners practice to day that is not a big concern as the Niners are being and have been very judicious and smarts with is problematical address at the Ford to play against the rams are on Sunday that is pretty much all for the Niners injury or rope ports the Phillies have fired Gabe Kapler is only the manager after two seasons he went a robust one sixty three and one sixty three he own sorority and Buck Showalter's names have come up in terms of being the next manager as far as the N. O. C. S. is concerning who's favored Tommy's Washington nationals open is minus one twenty favorites over the cardinals and he from sees a sports book and Jaguars owners out time after a court heart to heart talk with Jane Ramsey expects for him play this weekend against the saints every nerve in jail Randy about that yet we will hear from college and a hand at the top of the hour those are your half past headline Tolbert Krueger and books now continue on KNBR one oh four five and six sports leader you know what this was this was the jam the last time the Dodgers won the World Series which was nineteen eighty eight that as she did not win a World Series continues I believe windows Microsoft Hancock absolutely Microsoft had released windows too in nineteen eighty eight Microsoft is now up to windows ten that's how long it's been since the Dodgers last one the World Series there was no such thing as a cell phone except Charlie's angels of the gigantic six thing that was like look like your telephone company guy whose phone or something or was it Vegas with Robert Urich keys to war Kerry that phone around was just check again first off let's let's allow your knowledge of procedural crime dramas on ABC in the eighties allow that to to have its moments for you drop in the Vegas Vegas SO it's even old school for me remember Matt Houston who is the year of that Houston is that there was it was a TV show will maybe see back in the day I mean if you want to talk I don't remember menus from the eighties I'm your man I forget nobody was ever talk about that with me so I'm excited to talk about it is you who is the blunt do you do you see Vegas along with Robert Urich there was a poorly and I forget her his star see here's what's great about twenty nineteen all you gotta do is is a type in Vegas leading lady Vegas TV show cast and it comes up you know what you could not do in nineteen eighty eight use Google to find out finally in nineteen was on Vegas I commemorating leisure one lecture by the lady at the library you don't know how to use the card catalog you'll never amount to anything the card catalogs I do remember I was a nightmare man research project ever in member dread bringing home or photocopying encyclopedia's and sort of have some now you can just Google everything now I'm just trying to find out who that lady was one lady I forget who was value miss Phyllis Davis Phyllis Davis from a famous yeah I just don't want to talk about nineteen eighties detective shows I mailbox haters that's all you guys are obviously I have looked up what we know on it in nineteen eighty eight so I could continue to enjoy my my fun of cooking for the Dodgers fans who have not watch their team won a World Series since nineteen eighty eight the one that was surprising to me is that you could smoke on airplanes in nineteen eighty eight the last time the Dodgers won the World Series you could buy a ticket on eastern airlines sit down and fire up a camel unfiltered if you want to and no one would look at you how about this ride you remember going to I remember going to a hamburger place in the it was in the now it's called like lake shore but is called gaps at the time was in the sunset district it was a put a bill of plays a hamburger place called bill's place and they had smoking and non smoking and it was literally right next to each other right right next use like a table little pathway another table people in the right non smoking people on the left smoking on my god I remember just the idea of that if we could you imagine someone asking you that question and I remember going to a concert are they going into a bar in San Francisco a couple days before the the indoor smoking ban came about some of that and January first ninety eight ninety nine I forget exactly and so you go to you know some dingy bar to watch a band or whatever and you couldn't see the band because of all the smoke right and then when they enacted the smoking ban you go to a show in a dingy little bar like last a saloon and interpersonal whatever like I can see a band now who's that's what we're talking not only is smoking bad for your health it impacted your ability to see across the room only god I those were the days I can record my grandma bringing me to bingo at our church and all these all these older people playing bingo forty seven why and it was just a chain smoking convention I mean it was just so much smoke in that room we don't live maybe that's what Dodger fans are doing right now maybe they've taken up smoking to deal with the pain of their team once again failing to win a World Series last on the done so nine T. eighty eight it would be one thing if they were never in the playoffs but there straight times the U. gad may thing nothing but kiss zip zero zilch no championship in those banners baby fire basically what it is supposed to fire yeah hang those division banner people saying all day Roberts is gonna be out now the Dodgers could go higher Mike so should not gonna get run Roberts says money they're not coaches money muchos a look these guys are coming back that's why I'm saying these guys won't manage again most of them because of the money Mads differ Madden is going to get the money but already Marin as one to pay that money because mad was thirty years in the angels organization and he wants to come back and they want him back because they do can manage so they're like we're all good do you want to come back we're gonna get you I'd be super surprised now that the Padres hired Kevin brown if the angels didn't get mad and that's maybe one of the reasons they hired brown because it is like when Kevin brown I think that her give him right at that us on Twitter saying what a pleasure brown the pitcher as as a manager I think so that when you're being so surprise a man I'm dumb shocked by the second guessing myself now maybe I was a baby Z. I just and I will not mean he's a you know I you know I mean now like I could be wrong on that look that I could just put out bogus information maybe I was three I could maybe I dreamt that also as I usually do it okay maybe it was wrong with this Kevin brown maybe have broken some bad news right now the interview Brett reed that's it what what happened that's out now Mike that is that is okay not right no you're right I don't see it either I'll see it okay maybe not yes we're you know what I was it was a weird dream today there last night so they could have been it strike that from the record bring back the brown uniforms nice try nice right as a producer the cover for everyday that well when you think of the giants adding Gabe Kapler his is soon as he got down today by the Phillies a lot of people saying well Farrakhan's got connections the Kapler from the Dodgers hi apple when when can Gary and I had a month a couple years ago and am Kapler was just a spasm he was just you so I mean tons energy tons I mean almost off putting how much energy he had he had a two year run in Philly they were five hundred this year by the way Kevin brown did hold a suspected mail thieves at gun point your ago I remember that there I remember you guys acting I got off the burner in right now now now it is a federal crime to steal mail and I'll come over for your loss you know what I'm going to trigger trees myself well I have been doing you know what I don't really do anything weird last that I heard we got a little bit now like what the hell Meg going to be there talk about zero doctor in the house that's when Tom got many Machado was was asking the Padres to go go go after Buck Showalter that's what I saw in the last twenty four hours I did see that you say that say that yes the outside I mean that makes sense that he went to the place where you will see us with Bach I'm listen I'm all about getting information and input from a lot of people I am lukewarm at best on players having serious sway on who their immediate supervisor will be I agree I agree I think I I think it's nice to solicit input a hundred to make power them down to percent in and not to not to sign up on the I want to hear what you have to say yeah exactly as far as like Hey man I'm listening to you because you're good and you make a lot of money we're going to this is this the manager you feel comfortable with and and all the feels will trickle down from there because I again we're talking completely different sports who completely different situations but as a cautionary tale see the Cleveland Browns pretty kitchens was like greatly by make up Baker Mayfield this Freddie kitchens of strike you as a legitimate NFL coach hello John so far now I'm not so far today check back on Sunday you know it's funny so that right because I just mention Buck Showalter and many Machado the Padres the other night rumor that I heard in the last couple days is that maybe dusty Baker would be Bryce Harper's choice to replace a employer Kapler in Philly which we you know I just I love loves he does to get back in the dug out because I think he feels like he wants to keep doing it ends you know what if you would you listen Harper that's what I saw and I I did I saw when I woke up like early in the morning I woke up and saw this and I got a is like brown is back it's the uniforms that Kevin brown I don't know why wait what why did they go to Kevin brown like why did they go to Kevin brown they didn't even say it on the Twitter account and I did so I was at the pottery Twitter account on Chris Brown he played for the Padres though that that or the other Chris Brown that'd been weird hiring that wouldn't yeah yeah but I had a job I had.

"a ton energy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"a ton energy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"It's sad and you have all of these all of this is from the anti gun people at such a patriarchal movement. it's so incredibly sad. but here we are and it it's always the anti gun people who are the most violent dangerous people that I've ever met it's always the anti gun people were the ones in the death threats it's the anti gun people who go to people's houses it's the anti gun people who target people's children. that's who these people are. they don't care about life they don't care about ending violence they only care about control. that's it. coming up where some social justice warrior stuff for you as well. and this is the. I didn't another example of how easy it would be abuse that red flag laws also. more social justice warriors warriors in college mascots on the chopping block nationwide Hollywood fascist backtrack and some more media bias oh boy and the media bias is particularly agree just. so our good friends over at super beats make a good product I use it as a pre workout it's the only pre work out everything anything close to pre workout that I can take that doesn't actually make me sick and make me because some of those pre work out I don't know I don't I they're just bad but I get a ton energy from it because beats are loaded with nitrates and the thing about nitrates is that when you consume these nitrate Latin the vegetables what happens is your body starts to produce more nitric oxide because those nitrates kickstarted and that means better blood flow that means an increase in energy efficiency throughout the body supports healthy blood pressure too but.

"a ton energy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So I you know I. this is when people sit here in the Kroger's in the walmarts they do this kind of stuff this is what you're set your customers up for you're telling your customers you don't care enough about their safety. that's what I hear. it's just it's sad and you have all of these all of this is from the anti gun people at such a patriarchal movement. it's so incredibly sad. but here we are and it it's always the anti gun people who are the most violent dangerous people that I've ever met it's always the anti gun people were the ones in the death threats if the anti gun people who go to people's houses it's the anti gun people who target people's children. that's who these people are. they don't care about life they don't care about ending violence they only care about control. that's it. coming up where some social justice warrior stuff for you as well. and this Sarah. I didn't another example of how easy it would be abuse red flag laws also. more social justice warriors warriors in college mascots on the chopping block nationwide Hollywood fascist backtrack and some more media bias oh boy and the media bias is particularly agree just. so our good friends over at super beats make a good product I use it as a pre workout it's the only pre work out everything anything close to pre workout that I can take that doesn't actually make me sick and make me because some of those pre work out I don't know I don't I they're just bad but I get a ton energy from it because beats are loaded with nitrates and the thing about nitrates is that when you consume these nitrate Latin the vegetables what happens is your body starts to produce more nitric oxide because those nitrates kickstarted and that means better blood flow that means an increase in energy efficiency throughout the body supports healthy blood pressure too but.

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"a ton energy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on KOMO

"Store Amazon's anti Newman says when it comes to back to school trends think color and lots of it we're gonna see color everywhere so long gone or those boring yellow pencils are black notebooks you're gonna see statement backpacks with flamingos and dinosaurs maybe even avocados if that's what you love for more information on Amazon's happy school year store had a couple whose dot com slash hot links a state audit says a former supervisor nor thirst in public schools miss spent more than nine thousand dollars in district fund whose goals are kind some money was spent between September eighteenth twenty seventeen and November thirteenth twenty eighteen according to the auditor's report an outside investigator found nine thousand one hundred four dollars in credit card purchases the did not have a district purpose the Olympian reports the district contacted the laci police department to get the money back and the Thurston county prosecutor's office has also been contacted none of the items purchased could be found on district property the supervisor was in the grounds and maintenance department Erica it's common neutral on his time ten forty and we check in at the holiday exterior sports desk husky football team continuing their fall camp this afternoon with a work out on the newly installed turf in the east end zone of the of the ever of husky stadium itself despite the summer heat co defensive coordinator Jimmy league says the players of an eager to hit the field no it was a ton energy I mean it's the geysers itching scratching ran they were just right actress you know these afternoon prices were normally morning guys and so when we had meetings all walked through another meeting in the eye and I just feel these guys are like when do we go out alone when.

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"a ton energy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:32 min | 3 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Van camp show. Thank you so much for being here. Jamie Markley, that's David van Kampen. Okay. What's the story with the presidential interpreter? There's been some talk about having President Trump's interpreter who was in the room during their meeting with Vladimir Putin in Finland having that person come in and testify to congress and having that person's not what we're however, they may exist uncovered and released to the public or at least released to members of congress. Like he's supposed to flip on the president, essentially is what they're wanting this person to do which is a crazy idea. No matter who's president because other world leaders need to know that what's said behind closed doors will stay behind closed doors, right? This person is not a political operative there. An interpreter I've heard them described as basically a piece of furniture, which I know I don't belong humanizing here. But they're not taking part in the negotiations. They're not taking part in the conversation. Their responsibility is to make sure that each leader is understood. I understand that at the same time man a piece of furniture. I mean, if they really wanted to screw with, you know, world's safety. They could interpret things the wrong way. Well, depending on what country you're representing. That's a very dangerous gamble. But there's more than one person that knows both languages. Okay. And so you have the you have all these talking heads out there saying that's a great idea. And Adam Schiff, I know has been talking about this as well. This is a wonderful idea. Yeah. Former interpreter presidents Reagan, George H W Bush and Clinton his name is Dmitri zorich neck trying to explain to Brooke Baldwin on CNN. Why this is a bad idea? And she wouldn't even try to listen to his logic because President Trump bad. Why would it be? Level meeting between world leaders, and you heard something to Mitry was compromising to national security, and you and you took the notes, and you left would you? Then if this president told you not to say a word. Would you then they will hold onto the president's or to the United States of America? When you say compromising jazz security that whole concept to me is totally impossible. You know earlier in the realm. Is there were there you will allow me to present you with this hypothetical. What would you do that? That is supposed to be down the middle straight shooting news. Joke. My God, we already know because we are CNN. And we already know that the president is committed treason. Oh my goodness. I hype pathetic, let's do crazy to even think that the president would endanger national security for me. That's like, well, what would happen if exploded? You know, there's no. Speculating on that, but you're dealing with. Ronald reagan. With President Trump, and there's so much. We don't know. Well, that's right. We, of course, we don't know. Dealing with presidents Reagan and Bush and Clinton. I mean, don't you understand how terrible this man. Is this is embarrassing. It is. I mean, it really is. It's funny at the same time. Well, when he says, yeah, you could also voting the moon would explode. Yeah. I guess I could give you a take on this. But no, it doesn't happen. But he did try to lay it out simply again, this is a guy who was an interpreter for presidents Reagan, George H W Bush Clinton, right? And so he's been around this game for a while. This is his take on the idea of having an interpreter. Try to spill the beans or flip on the president. Because if any foreign leader thinks that the interpret it can be summoned subpoenaed to testify he obviously will not want to have that meeting. And moreover, if know if the interpreter can be summoned to testify, why would the president even want to have earned at the meeting fearing that he's going to be summoned? And that would be a crazy situation. What say you, bro? Excellent question so many questions who knows if this will be subpoenaed. I hear you one not in. And I know it's laughable because it is the Rama's impossible, but knows for there or not. Charity declared. We were there. And what are great questions the one? You asked what you're saying? Oh my gosh. Yeah. Okay. Been on. Hey, I didn't realize fax. I yeah. Yeah. Yeah. How about some fact of ISM Heo? That's not a real thing. Is it factum is fact of ISM? Yeah. I've read it. Like, why don't you participate in some of like get your fact straight not use that you've not heard that? We have not heard that before. Oh my gosh. I am head of the curve with the terminology before Devi. See I kinda hate you for for putting that out there. Now, activism fact of them that was mocking. But I wish I didn't. Okay. What? So it feels like it feels like millennials can mock the old gen xer. No. I don't know the rules anymore. But you grew up in the time of Ray. What would happen if the moon did explode, and it was Trump's fall? Pink Floyd did the soundtrack. I don't have time to get into this right now. Craig colleges got a brand new Nike elite basketball bag that was my son's my dog is ten years old going to be in two months labrador. It'll all my friends recently man, the dogs really calm down. I mean, she still great tons energy. But just a lot calmer. I don't know what set her off yesterday. But I mean there there are certain doors that we keep close, but not my sons she went in there. And there's a part of this like basketball bag that will keep things cold was like, a mini little cooler sort of thing. He had some profit in there. She sniffed it out. She tore this thing apart this pocket. Basically my wife wants to get another one could she would put food in there. Greg. It's great. Yeah. I know it's crazy, man. We gotta get Scott in here for the takes. That's next right here. I'm here today to break the law jet three years of legislative relief for seven hundred thousand DACA recipients in exchange for funding for southern border wall came out swiftly only way forward is to restart..

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"a ton energy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Van camp show. Thanks so much for being here. I'm Jamie Markley. That's David van camp. Okay. What's the story with the presidential interpreter? There's been some talk about having President Trump's interpreter who was in the room during their meeting with Vladimir Putin in Finland having that person come in and testify to congress and having that person's notes what where however they may exist uncovered and released to the public or at least released to members of congress. Like he's supposed to flip on the president, essentially what they're wanting this person to do which is a crazy idea. No matter who's president because other world leaders need to know that what's said behind closed doors will stay behind closed doors. Right. You know, this person is not a political operative there. An interpreter I've heard them described as basically a piece of furniture, which I know I don't belong humanizing here. But they're not taking part in the negotiations. They're not taking part of the conversation. Their responsibility is to make sure that each leader is understood understand that at the same time. Yeah. They had a piece of furniture. I mean, if they really wanted to screw with, you know, world's safety. They could interpret things the wrong way. Well, depending on what country you're representing. That's a very dangerous gamble. But there's more than one person that knows both languages. Okay. And so you have the you have all these talking heads out there saying that's a great idea. And Adam Schiff, I know has been talking about this as well. This is a wonderful idea. Yeah. Former interpreter presidents Reagan, George H W Bush and Clinton his name is Dmitri zorich MAC trying to explain to Brooke Baldwin on CNN. Why this is a bad idea? And she wouldn't even try to listen to his logic because President Trump bad. Why would it be level meeting between world leaders in? You heard something Dmitri that was compromising national security, and you and you cook the notes, and you left. Would you? Then if this president told you not to say a word. Would you then they will hold onto the president's or to the United States of America? When you say compromising national security. That whole concept to me is impossible. Earlier in the realm. There were there you will allow needs to present you with this hypothetical. What would you do that? That is supposed to be down the middle straight shooting news. Joke. My geiger. We already know because we are CNN. And we already know that the president is committed treason. Oh my goodness. I there's a hypothetical as crazy even think that the president would endanger national security for me. That's like, well, what would happen if the moon exploded? You know, there's no. Speculating on that. But you're dealing with presidents like Ronald Reagan and Bush, dealing with President Trump, and there's so much. We don't know. Well, that's right. We, of course, we don't know. Give me a chance dealing with President Reagan and Bush and Clinton. I mean, don't you understand how terrible this man. Is this is embarrassing. It is. I mean, it really is. It's funny at the same time. Well, when he says, yeah, you could also. The moon would explode. I guess I can give you a take on this. But no, it doesn't happen. But he did try to lay it out simply again, this is a guy who was an interpreter for presidents Reagan, George H W Bush and Clinton, right? And so he he's been around this game for a while. This is his take on the idea of having an interpreter. Try to spill the beans or flip on the president. Because if any foreign leader things too that the interpreter can be summoned subpoenaed to testify obviously will not want to have that meeting. And moreover, if you know if the interpreter can be summoned to testify, why would the president even want to have earned the meeting fearing that he's going to be summoned? And that would be a crazy situation. What say you? Excellent question, so many questions who knows if this will be subpoenaed, I hear you. And I know it's laughable because it is the Rama's impossible. But who knows it or not? Charity declared. We were there. And what are great questions the one? You asked that what you're saying? Oh my gosh. Yeah. Okay. Moving on. Hey, I didn't realize fax I. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. How about some fact of ISM Heo? That's not a real thing. Is it fact is fact of ISM? Yeah. I've read it. Like, why don't you participate in some factum get your facts straight, not use? The you've heard that we have not heard that before. Oh my gosh. I am ahead of the curve with the terminology before Devi. See I kinda hate you for for putting that out there. Now, activism fact divisible, okay, I was mocking. But I wish I didn't. Okay. What? So it feels like millennials can mock. But yet the old gen xer. I don't know the rules anymore. But you grew up in the time of Ray. Yeah. What would happen if the moon did explode, and it was Trump's fall? Pink Floyd did the soundtrack. I don't have time to get into this right now. Craig colleges got a brand new Nike elite basketball bag that was my son's my dog is ten years old going to be in two months labrador. It'll all my friends recently man, the dogs really calm down. I mean, she still great tons energy. But just a lot calmer. I don't know what set her off yesterday. But I mean, there are certain doors that we keep close, but not my sons she went in there. And there's a part of this like basketball bag that will keep things cold was like, a mini little cooler sort of thing. He had some ibuprofen in there. She sniffed it out. She tore this thing apart this pocket..

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"a ton energy" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Van camp show. Thank you so much for being here. Jamie Markley that's David band camp. Okay. What's the story with the presidential interpreter? There's been some talk about having President Trump's interpreter who was in the room during their meeting with Vladimir Putin in Finland. Having that person come in and testify to congress and having that person's notes what where it? However, they may exist on covered and released to the public or at least released to members of congress. Like he's supposed to flip on the president, essentially what they're wanting this person to do which is a crazy idea. No matter who's president because other world leaders need to know that what's said behind closed doors will stay behind closed doors, right? This person is not a political operative there. An interpreter I've heard them described as basically a piece of furniture, which I know I don't belong humanizing here. But they're not taking part in the negotiations. They're not taking part of the conversation. Their responsibility is to make sure that each leader is understood. Understand that at the same time. Yeah. Piece of furniture. I mean, if they really wanted to screw with, you know, world's safety. They could interpret things the wrong way. Well, depending on what country you're representing. That's very dangerous gamble, but there's more than one person that knows both languages. Yeah. Okay. And so you have the you have. You have all these talking heads out there saying that's a great idea. And Adam Schiff, I know has been talking about this as well. This is a wonderful idea. Yeah. Former interpreter to presidents Reagan, George H W Bush and Clinton his name is Dmitri zorich MAC trying to explain to Brooke Baldwin on CNN. Why this is a bad idea? And she wouldn't even try to listen to his logic. Because President Trump mad. Why would it be? High level meeting between world leaders, and you heard something Dmitri that was compromising to national security, and you and you put the notes, and you left you then. And if this president told you not to say a word. Then they will hold onto the president of the United States of America. Compromising national security that whole concept to me is totally impossible. You know, we earlier in the realm. There were there if you will allow needs to present you with this hypothetical. What would you do that? That is supposed to be down the middle straight shooting news. Joke. Mike gallagher. We already know because we are CNN. And we already know that the president is committed treason. Oh my goodness. I the hypothetical. That's crazy. The president would endanger national security for me. That's like, well, what would happen if the moon exploded non-fossil, no. Speculating on that. But you were dealing with presidents like Ronald Reagan, George H W. Bush with President Trump, and there's so much. We don't know. Well, that's right. We, of course, we don't know. Give me a chance dealing with President Reagan and Bush and Clinton. I mean, don't you understand how terrible this man. Is this is embarrassing. It is. I mean, it really is. It's funny at the same time. Well, when he says, yeah, you could also. That the moon would explode. Yeah. Yeah. I guess I can give you take on this. But it doesn't happen. But he did try to lay it out simply again, this is a guy who was an interpreter for presidents Reagan, George H W Bush had Clinton, right? And so he he's been around this game for a while. This is his take on the idea of having an interpreter. Try to spill the beans or flip on the president because any foreign leader things that the interpret it can be summoned subpoenaed to testify obviously will not want to have that meeting. And moreover, if you know if the interpreter can be summoned to testify, why would the president even want to have our interpreters at the meeting fearing that he's going to be summoned. And that would be a crazy situation. Let's say you broke excellent question. So many questions who knows this interpreter will be subpoenaed. I hear you not. And and I know it's laughable because it is the realm of impossible, but who knows for there or not? Charity declared. We were there. And what a great questions the one. You asked. Is that what you're saying? Oh my gosh. Yeah. Okay. Hey, I didn't realize sacks. I yeah. Yeah. Yeah. How about some fact of ISM Heo? That's not a real thing. Is it fact is fact of ISM? Yeah. I've read it. Like, why don't you participate in some fact of? Get your facts straight, not use the you've not heard that. I have not heard that before. Oh my gosh. I am a head of the curve with the terminology before Devi. See I kinda hate you for putting that out there. Now, factum fact of ISM, I okay, I was mocking. But I wish I didn't. Okay. What? So it feels like feels like millennials can mock the yet the old gen xer. No. I don't know the rules anymore. But you grew up in the time of Ray. Do. Yeah. What would happen if the moon did explode, and it was Trump's fall? Pink Floyd did the soundtrack. I don't have time to get into this right now. Craig colleges got a brand new Nike elite basketball bag that was my son's my dog is ten years old. Gotta be in two months labrador. It'll all my friends recently banned the dogs really calm down. I mean, she still great tons energy. But just a lot calmer. I don't know what set her off yesterday. But I mean there there are certain doors that we keep close, but not my sons she went in there. And there's a part of this play basketball bag that will keep things cold looks like a mini little cooler sort of thing. He had some ibuprofen in there. She sniffed it out. She tore this thing apart this pocket. Basically my wife wants to get another one could she would put food in there. Great great. Yeah. I know it's crazy. We gotta get Scott in here to the takes. That's next on the news breaks, the.

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"a ton energy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"They're just different types of guys. They don't have the pass rushers. Yes. That you see in Minnesota. So that's the second guy. And then the third guy is another really intriguing name. And that's the one thing is outside the NFL circles, you may not have heard of these guys. But in the NFL circles are getting a lot of attention, and rightfully so this guy is Chris Rashard. I thought he was a really good candidates to actually replace Mike Smith last year, if they would have done that he is really Rodman always right hand man in Dallas. And you've seen in Dallas in addition to making some good draft choices. And finally getting that pass rush going their defense has gotten so much better. I think that's been the big story this year. And he's been a big part of it. He came from Seattle. He was a defensive coordinator under Pete Carroll the Seattle Seahawks. He took over for Dan Quinn when he left and. You know, he's a guy that just brings us ton energy. I talked to one of a fellow former assistant of his, and he was just telling me he's a guy that that really players wanna play for he he just really so detail oriented candidates good candidates play on. No, big sexy names. The I'm hearing that the people would, you know, generally, recognize final question for you real quick. Any regret within the organization that they didn't go after Jon Gruden last year. Well, there's really not. I mean, I've I've heard I've some sources of told me that they did. But I think when you realize just how much and you saw what Oakland did. But the ten year it a lot of money mount of money. That's just not something this organization can do and not just that. But you've seen the control now that he's he's taken over. And of course, they have a new GM and everything I this team wasn't going to be able to do that. I think that they they reached out they were interested in it. And I think that's a big reason why they retain dirt cutter. But you won't really hear the glazers go on record to say whether or not that they did. But I've had a number of sources have told me that they did reach out to Gertie bucks reporter for ESPN. And she's also on the insiders on our sister station. Ninety five three w d a e gentleman who can follow on Twitter at Genoa lane ESPN. And as you just heard she knows her stuff when it comes to the bucks and what they're up to in this off season, Geno. We really appreciate it. Enough have to check back in with you. When they make a final decision. Sounds good. Ryan great catching up with you Dottie real soon. Thanks again, gentlemen. They're coming up next. The final segment of the show. We've got this ESPN rank for bucks in raise fans. And they think according to this ranking that box and raised fans are among the most miserable in pro sports. And it doesn't sound like when it comes to the bus. I was going to get any better any time soon. We'll tell you about that. And more next.

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"a ton energy" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"a ton energy" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"I enjoy the app and all your interviews, and Jeff you're wonderful teacher. Thank you. I was with it. Right up into the point where she said nice things about you. And then she lost. But man, you're the teacher. So I'm going to let you answer that one. Well, first off I can hugely relate to this. Because I've got like a red hot turbine brain. That's always spinning out. And I think exact same way when I sit down if I just sit cold into a sit when I got a lot of rumination happening, then it's just it takes a long time for that to kind of wind down. And I'm sitting there trying to do always like ninja mindfulness tricks, and moves and breath things and sometimes it just plays out at its own pace. So what I've learned to do is. I would call it. A kind of appreciating the transition move where instead of just going from zero. Because it's any wonder you sit down you go you're going full speed. And you sit down to sit. And you wonder why hasn't just completely stopped because obviously the trains going to keep moving. So what I'll try to do is. I try to take some time to just get into the groove like in terms of a transition. So I might if I know I'm going to meditate I'll sit down I'll like like the candle, you know, like kind of take my meditation cushion and kind of deliberately give it a few wax or whatever. Like, I'm basically trying to get into a kind of ritual space or like what they would almost more of an attitude of like doing something deliberately and it just it's like, I'm making this transition where I'm I'm starting the ritual of doing it. I it gives my body something do something active to do in that transition, and I find when I do that. When I take a few minutes to kind of do these deliberate things with my physical body. And that also includes by the way, sometimes doing. A little bit of movement stuff. Like, I might do some Tai Chi stuff or like often if I'm really a ton energy. I'll go for a run. I I'll do some yoga I or I'll do slack lining or whatever. Like a little physical thing to get that energy out. But it's all the same point, which is like start to do something physical that gets you in to the ritual of moving towards meditation. You know, and and I think traditionally within a contemporary context, that's where people would you know, kind of set their intention for what they're doing. That's where they would like take out their little frigging Buddha statue, or maybe it's like a little Steve Jobs statue, get the shoe polish. Oh, give it a little polish. Delo, bald head whatever. Like, you gotta do to kind of get into the accoutrements of it. But it's all about taking care to move into this different space. And then when you're sitting down a lot of that energy has already dissipated. That's one thing that works for me. Yeah. I mean, I have found that stretching beforehand yoga stretching or any kind of stretching really helps also. So Jeff you talk about this a lot in the book of just starting with a couple of deep breaths just sends a message to the para sympathetic nervous system. Like, all right. It's meditation time, and the other thing is just to know. And we talk we talk about this in the book as well that the the, quote, unquote, bad sits the tough meditation that actually in some ways is like a tough workout in that it actually makes you stronger because what are we trying to do here? We're trying to train ourselves to deal with life's vexations and vicissitudes.

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