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Elizabeth Wetmore Interview
"Today. I'm rejoining Elizabeth what more Beth what more to talk about how? At Age fifty two, she published her first novel Valentine. A novel that not only is superb. It made its debut at number two on the New York Times bestseller list. The book is wonderful an impressive demonstration of the power of women's voices to carry a novel. Now, I'm very interested Elizabeth. How is it? That this. Is Your first novel at Age Fifty Two when did you start writing? Well I don't think I wrote my first short story until I was in my late twenties and I was a reader and I loved books and I read voraciously and impulsively as a little girl if somewhat in a somewhat unfocused manner and and really I don't come from a background where one becomes a writer at least not as a profession. So I think that this sort of combination of of a a kind of holding writers in such esteem I as a little girl in even as a young woman, I thought authors were. Other worldly they were sages and priests and rabbis and holy people live all sorts but I didn't think of writers as being particularly human or occupying the same world as the rest of us So I even write my first short story until I was in my late twenties but I read a lot and I love to read and I thought it must be a pretty holy profession to spend your time telling stories. I fell in love with reading and I had a hard time imagining who a writer might be. I, confused my teachers with riders. I thought that they and the books they taught me came from some specially magical and creative source and I felt song lucky. that. There were special classes when I was in elementary school, it had the ugly Title I. G C Intellectually Gifted Children. By the time I was in high school it was called AP advanced placement but whatever it was called we got to read the best books. One of my teachers took us not to the school library but to a public library where the head librarian was a friend of hers and we were able to take out adult books in this book, your new novel your first. Novel. Valentine one of the characters is reading the scarlet letter. There's a beautiful quote it's not identified, but I recognized it from Charlotte's Web. She here's the beauty of language, the children who are readers here that beauty and they find it on the local bookmobile. The comes to a nearby parking lot a parking lot that's near the strip. Strip joint. It's kind of amazing on the one hand you have. lost. Romantic children getting books and on the other hand you have the men watching the women taking their clothes off and that defied is the divide that defines this novel. But at a certain point Beth, you are at Iowa the Iowa Riders Program How did that happen? When I was waiting tables in Phoenix I started taking community fiction workshop It was being taught by to Grad students at Arizona State, and at that particular time, I don't know if they still do this. But at that time they the MFA students had to do some kind of community service project. So these two guys were teaching this community fiction writing workshop and. I sort of made my way into that and that was where I started and then at some point I was able to to sort of I wouldn't say sneak-in but I was able to get permission to sit on an MFA level workshop at Asu and just sort of as a guest It was really lucky and I'm not sure it would happen today. But but the long and the short of it is I was able to sit in on a class being taught by Ron Carlson who really encouraged me than to apply to Grad School, and I'm the first generation of my family to go to college I. Grew up in a really really working class background. So Honestly It wasn't until I was in my late twenties that I even really knew that there were such things as MFA programs when I signed up for that community fiction workshop was when I learned that there were MFA programs out there So So I was encouraged by a by a mentor to to apply and I did and You know initially he had said to me go do some research and come back in. So I, I went and did a little reading and came back with a sort of list of places to fly in University of Texas Syracuse Iowa was not even on my radar until he said, why is in Iowa on? What year is this one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, I went to I. I was at Iowa from two, thousand, two two. Then I think it's easy to forget that there are whole swats of the you know the population for whom these kinds of things just are not on the radar at all. I mean for me the biggest one of the biggest things that happened in my life ever and and I would hold it in the top ten to this day was the day that book mobile parked on that lot because for me men I could check out books at at my pleasure ride I could just ride my bike up and get them. I didn't have to wait for someone to take downtown to the to the one library you know. So these things were not on my radar. That one could devote one's life to to telling stories into thinking about beauty.
Elizabeth Wetmore: 'Valentine'
"Today. I'm rejoining Elizabeth what more Beth what more to talk about how? At Age fifty two, she published her first novel Valentine. A novel that not only is superb. It made its debut at number two on the New York Times bestseller list. The book is wonderful an impressive demonstration of the power of women's voices to carry a novel. Now, I'm very interested Elizabeth. How is it? That this. Is Your first novel at Age Fifty Two when did you start writing? Well I don't think I wrote my first short story until I was in my late twenties and I was a reader and I loved books and I read voraciously and impulsively as a little girl if somewhat in a somewhat unfocused manner and and really I don't come from a background where one becomes a writer at least not as a profession. So I think that this sort of combination of of a a kind of holding writers in such esteem I as a little girl in even as a young woman, I thought authors were. Other worldly they were sages and priests and rabbis and holy people live all sorts but I didn't think of writers as being particularly human or occupying the same world as the rest of us So I even write my first short story until I was in my late twenties but I read a lot and I love to read and I thought it must be a pretty holy profession to spend your time telling stories. I fell in love with reading and I had a hard time imagining who a writer might be. I, confused my teachers with riders. I thought that they and the books they taught me came from some specially magical and creative source and I felt song lucky. that. There were special classes when I was in elementary school, it had the ugly Title I. G C Intellectually Gifted Children. By the time I was in high school it was called AP advanced placement but whatever it was called we got to read the best books. One of my teachers took us not to the school library but to a public library where the head librarian was a friend of hers and we were able to take out adult books in this book, your new novel your first. Novel. Valentine one of the characters is reading the scarlet letter. There's a beautiful quote it's not identified, but I recognized it from Charlotte's Web. She here's the beauty of language, the children who are readers here that beauty and they find it on the local bookmobile. The comes to a nearby parking lot a parking lot that's near the strip. Strip joint. It's kind of amazing on the one hand you have. lost. Romantic children getting books and on the other hand you have the men watching the women taking their clothes off and that defied is the divide that defines this novel. But at a certain point Beth, you are at Iowa the Iowa Riders Program How did that happen? When I was waiting tables in Phoenix I started taking community fiction workshop It was being taught by to Grad students at Arizona State, and at that particular time, I don't know if they still do this. But at that time they the MFA students had to do some kind of community service project. So these two guys were teaching this community fiction writing workshop and. I sort of made my way into that and that was where I started and then at some point I was able to to sort of I wouldn't say sneak-in but I was able to get permission to sit on an MFA level workshop at Asu and just sort of as a guest It was really lucky and I'm not sure it would happen today. But but the long and the short of it is I was able to sit in on a class being taught by Ron Carlson who really encouraged me than to apply to Grad School, and I'm the first generation of my family to go to college I. Grew up in a really really working class background. So Honestly It wasn't until I was in my late twenties that I even really knew that there were such things as MFA programs when I signed up for that community fiction workshop was when I learned that there were MFA programs out there So So I was encouraged by a by a mentor to to apply and I did and You know initially he had said to me go do some research and come back in. So I, I went and did a little reading and came back with a sort of list of places to fly in University of Texas Syracuse Iowa was not even on my radar until he said, why is in Iowa on?
Indigenous stories from the field: Lessons learned from the rez, a river and a canoe
"Kevin Washer guy who Lewis Wash it Asu dig on. And then Kevin Lucy's my name from Moscow I sick, which is mystic lake in Saskatchewan? Kevin Lewis has many things at cree language speaker, a builder, a father and he's a teacher. Kevin built a traditional culture camp at our producer. Kyle Musique went to visit. And discovered for himself how profound certain lessons can be? Kevin Louis leads me through the forest. The Sun shines through the trees. He gathered, spruce root birchbark and spruce gum all the materials. He needs to build a birchbark canoe. He points out some sweetgrass as sweet-smelling sacred medicine used in ceremony. He knows this area like the back of his hand. And really enjoyed the life right by the water I really really lucky and blessed to be a really close into your own fresh water and fish like that, and of course the Pelicans that we saw today in the ducks and geese and stuff like that. Here is. One of the basin monistic when Lake were Kevin, ancestors used to camp and fish. It's where he used to swim with his cousins from dawn until dusk. And it's where he teaches in immersive creed language culture, Camp. They built baskets build canoes. And they build Nia when language speakers. Who? Who Do not go. Over. A little overlapped. Panelists. It took me four hours to drive from Evanston Cassock. I grew up about four hundred seventy kilometers away. Treaty eight territory known as Slave Lake Alberta. There are many I should and mateen communities nearby, but my connections are only in our common last names. Much Mateen tradition was wiped from our family and previous generations. The closest. I've got to picking medicines. Was the raspberry Bush outside my house hunting. If chickens count I've certainly never built a canoe. So a lot of this is new for me. Never, had cattail before. When did you see these? Little Kids. This is exactly where we'd come. and we'd come here. And then instead of going all the way back and running back to back home for a meal. one of the older. Older cousins is like well. We don't have to go back. Listen care. And then they started pulling cattail for so somebody showed that person. And then once we started eating and we're like okay well. We don't need the go home. You know the Cisco back from the water again. What do you think it tastes I'm trying to put my finger on it. I'm not sure kind of like for me. It was a key in between cucumber salary I. Don't know if that's like around that area consistency, but it's like. Now you can actually flower that up the like the roots, but then also like what I'm gathering right now, the top park, which is the like the pollen, so you can, you can create like a flower and somebody was saying like a pastry or some sort of with this so. I'M GONNA. Try it and I think it's I hope. I is the right thing. The the pick we'll see. This place is isolated. It's thirty minutes away from any community. There's zero cell service. Mistake! When means island in? The English name for Kevin's reserve as island lake first nation. They endured significant intergenerational trauma from residential schools, but Kevin says they're `isolation helped of semiotics. Elation is kind of good for us. So in that way, we kept the language a little longer, also the ceremonies. kinship the connection to land. It's it's still here. But technology and connection to the world is it's encroaching, but you know it's also. It's all right. You know you can't be stuck in the in the passes well, but we still can't forget the past, and then hopefully we can develop a better future for
Tigers take ASU's Torkelson No. 1 in MLB draft
"Desk MLB's virtual amateur draft is underway tonight with general managers and commissioner rob Manfred announcing depicts well physically distanced with the first pick in the twenty twenty MLB draft the Detroit Tigers select Spencer Torkelson a third baseman from Arizona State University there are only five rounds in this trap because there are no minor league games to play in baseball is losing millions due to corona virus cancellations the Seattle Mariners try to rebuild their organization they have six picks
NCAA Won't Mandate Uniform Return to Sports, Mark Emmert Says
"Really looking forward to chatting with heather vintage from ESPN. Who broke the story last night? In relation to our interview with Mark Emirates the president most people saw the headlines throughout the evening and early day the NCW. A uniform return And now we can get an inside that conversation and find out what it all means Heather thank you for being with us. It's great to connect with you again. Hope you're well. I'll tell you man I don't know that heather and I usually convene in at ESPN on Sunday morning. About six fifteen in the morning. We're we're both the bleary eyed for various reasons but we get through it and Heather I feel the same way. Let's let's let's talk about your conversation with President Amran. Everyone thinks they know what it means. But you talk to Him. Tell us about it. Well I think one of the big questions I have had about all of this is what is the double role and some coaches have been outspoken. And saying we need somebody to issue a sort of blanket set of instructions to help us out on this and so I asked him point blank with the NCAA issue a start date and he said not in this case usually we would. That's what we do but The Corona virus pandemic has thrown this off the track and so he is saying from the highest level and college sports. What I have heard from every single commissioner that I have talked to which is it is not up to us and they stressed this in a phone call to Vice President Mike Pence a couple of weeks ago and I think it's very important to reiterate. Just how different college? Sports are from Pro Sports. They can't just you know. Pull up in a parking lot and get a test in minutes and go into a stadium. That's unlock they. Must WAIT UNTIL UNIVERSITY. Presidents reopened campuses So as much as a lot of people have heard like the NCWA to do something to help not even commissioners the most powerful people in sports the power five commissioners can do this uniformly as much as they would like to. They are cognizant of the fact. This is changing state by state. So what role does Emmerick ploy moving forward? So part of it he said is helping regulate the what is it ninety conference championships that they do oversee And Remember the NC Double A. Was the one that had the authority and the power to cancel the NCAA basketball tournaments which they run and all the other winter sports and the spring sports calling a halt to those conference championship games but his thing was basically saying we are here to help them in terms of fast tracking legislation. Let's say they only go to eight conference games Or How do you do? We need to reconfigure how you determine a conference champion and a certain league or play number of games Bob Ob the big twelve. Commissioner told me to football oversight committee will have something to do with a lot of those questions and and rules and regulations but at the NC double a level he said he and his staff are preparing just like the commissioners are for whatever permutation you might be able to think about what seasons might look like in order to respond quickly and say okay. You only have eight of ten teams and you're GonNa play championship. Here's here's we're going to rewrite this here you go. He said something Friday that was that I thought was interesting where where he alluded to it. In loot he was pretty matter of fact about the students on campus. Before you can play and that's been the debate You you talk to more people than anyone help us understand where we're the commissioners are right now and why did Mark emerets say that well choosers. Depends on who you talk. Too Much Commissioner Craig. Thompson was very blunt about it when I spoke to him and basically said I don't see how you can have athletes back. You don't have students back Jon Steinbrecher of the Mack told me the exact same thing Bob. Dole's be told me last week he said well. Here's the thing if everyone is going to online classes the first step is you have to have your athletes register online because again. They are student athletes if they're not registered for those online classes. That's the first step. You can't get back on campus. You're you can't be a student athlete. So there are also conversations going on about what it could look like on some campuses that have some students returned to campus. We're just freshman or however you might want to Put that piece of the puzzle together but there are certainly varying pain herm Edwards at. Asu told me if it's not safer. Sousa comeback from my players and coaches. I WANNA have everybody tested
ASU Warns Against Some Spring Break Travel in Wake of Virus
"Now a new coronavirus policy today issued the university says that all students who travel the country significantly impacted by the corona virus will now be required to self quarantine for fourteen days before being allowed to return to
Bassey Ikpi, Author of "I'm Telling the Truth, but I'm Lying: Essays"
"I'm Jim Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with Bossy. Igby author of the New Book of Essays Titled. And telling the truth. But I'm lying. It's a memoir in essay form that guides the reader through what it's like to live with bipolar disorder and anxiety and this is one of the most arresting beautiful collections of essays. Ever ride in a really really long time. As soon as this collection of essays was published. It quickly became a New York Times bestseller and it went into. Its second printing the day that it was released so I was really honored to have the opportunity to have this conversation with Bossy. Igby we open our conversation with my describing my reaction to the book and my deep emotional connection to it. So here's my conversation with Bossy. Igby start by describing my relationship to your book and I don't remember exactly how I became aware of your both and if someone recommended it to me or I read something typically a have these books that I read for work or for the podcast and I have another category of books that I just kind of reach for pleasure and so your book fell into that latter category. I was just going to read it through the holidays and you know just kind of enjoying myself so when I started reading it I wasn't prepared. You know I I was taking back in. My first thought was who wrote this and at the time. I didn't know that it was a bestseller right. I was truly stunned. That the head and the and the vulnerability you have when you talk about your experiences with bipolar disorder anxiety and then I became this really annoying person and I just started carrying the book around in my purse. So whenever somebody would invite me out for you know for drinks or for Coffee. I pull the copy of the book out from my purse and I'd say. Have you read this book because it's really incredible because there were just so many people in my life that I thought would benefit from reading it would grow and we'd get some some meaning from it right? Oh that's so cool. It's okay I'm always interested in knowing how people find it because I'm never sure if it's just like the interviews or I don't know how any of this stuff works so hearing that is really amazing. Thank you know the thing that stands out to me. Most is the language right the poetic language right. Because you're a poet right more or less more or less more or less right and I read somewhere. It was probably an interview with you that this book was not the book that you started out writing. This was the book that you originally intended to write that you thought he'd write something like a self help book this kind of a kind of a typical piece of nonfiction. And I have to tell you. I'm so glad that you did not write that book and that you wrote this when you talk about what the evolution for. You was like getting from that first book to what you eventually published. What was that evolution for you like? I have friends who who say that. I've been trying or wanting or speaking about writing this particular book for as long as they've known me like going back ten fifteen plus years and It's true that is a conversation I've had but when I was given the opportunity presented with the opportunity to write a book in Two Thousand Sixteen I went through one of the worst depressive episodes of my life and what I realized now looking back is that I have been in this spectrum of of depression or a mixed episode describing the book for almost a decade if not more and I was only a little bit better meaning not as depressed and when I got to two thousand sixteen. The year I turned forty everything. Hit me like a train and I realized that I was in the space where I didn't want to try anymore. I was exhausted with it. In dumb I spiralled in this way that I was a hundred percent not one hundred percent. I'm still here but I at say a large percent like eighty percents certain that I didn't want to be in this world anymore and I started slowly preparing my friends and my family and my therapist for the possibility that I wouldn't be here by the time my birthday came around or even a little bit afterwards and one of the things that I wanted to do was to have always wanted to do as a writer is to write a book and I was also thinking very practically in that. This is revenue for my for my child and my my family. My siblings this is you know this is something that they can collect on In my mind I had this. I'm not really worth a lot right now. But if I'm dead and I have a book then all this stuff is going to be perfect. The new rational irrational Is what I refer to it as but I didn't want to write that book. I wanted to write something different. I wanted it to be a super soul Sunday type of motivational kind of this is what I've learned in going through all of this. Is that these little lessons. I've taken from it and I hope that it helps somebody else then. I struggled to write that book because it was false. But it's a book that we sold When I eventually got an agent so I felt like I had to write that book but I struggled so hard and I was very fortunate to have the editor at Harpercollins. Aaron wicks who saw that. I was struggling and had said to me when we had our initial interview before I decided to sign the contract that she wanted me to be sure. I was ready to go there. And when you when you WANNA book contract when you want anything like Asu Xiaobo that whatever you know what I mean like sign me. I'm going to do that but I didn't know what she meant until about a year into the process and I'm struggling writing all the stuff that I don't like that I don't connect to. I'm I'm having this real conflict with the things that were going on in my in my life in my mind and I remember I was in New York for a couple of weeks to just rights. I figured I needed a change of scenery. Something had to give and I met with her and I was really honest with her. No no what happened before that was that I wrote like a war I it was the first thing I wrote in this new thing I was I I wanted to To free myself. I wanted to see if if I got it out of my system if I wrote these different ways and wrote it the way that it was coming to me in in different points of views and in different perspectives and different tenses. And really playing. With the Genera of non-fiction. If I got that out of my system maybe the other book would show up and then on top of that I was also like I said in two thousand sixteen writing these notes and letters to my friends and family Explaining to them how difficult it has been my entire life to exist in this way And I was trying to show them that that I done the best that I could invade more importantly they had done the best they could because this is all the things that I was contending with that they didn't even know about. So how could they have possibly known but now I'm telling them right? Those are two separate projects so when I decided that I was having trouble writing the book because there was something else that needed to be written I went to my to my editor with with with like a war with the one that eventually became to Hootie and with The one that's That's the really long one in the middle that's broken up into. I don't know anything's called hangs titles so much but the one that's broken down into like time. Increments I wrote those three and I presented the to her and she was like do this. Whatever this is forget what we were doing before right. Whatever you feel I can. I will figure it out as far as you know punctuation The way that the words come out whether or not the diction needs to be fixed like just write it and figure it out and once she gave me the freedom that permission it just it was I just I just took it and ran and this book combined with those letters and notes. South riding to my friends and family. All of that came together. This is what this is. What happened is a very long answer.
DPH: ASU coronavirus patient released from isolation
"In an update now on the case of a patient with corona virus and Tempe that patient has been released from isolation twenty six days after testing positive for the
One Thing You Must Do Every Day
"One thing one thing can change your life right and what if somebody could tell you. Hey today there is only one thing you have to do now. I try not to do more than three big things things. I learned that a long time ago. We might do a whole bunch of little things as part of the big things but three big projects in the barn today. Actually a a better ideas asked my wife to clean the barn. I'm just seeing it. You can make your three thing. I can't say that on a podcast. You guys are going to hear it. You're gonNA send an email you can let it always said that I. I rarely do more than three large things a day. But no matter what I do there's always one main focus of the day so so the question I have for you right now. What is your one most important activity that you do every single day? It could be something you have to do as part of every single week or maybe every single month or maybe every single year maybe it's continuous. One thing. You keep your eye on every single day. It's an activity. It's it's not just a thought it something you're doing one is your one most important activity. What is the one core activity pretty that when you do it makes everything else fine? I've done this podcast for a long time. I do lots of other things to speaking in coaching integrated stuff with this one thing. I have to do every single day and I like to do it. It's it's a core who I am as long as I get my podcast out. Things are great. If I don't think start full part I know I've tried. I learned the hard way do you. I always do but once I learned I'm good. What's the one core activity that makes everything else find that if you do this life is good might pissing your wife before you go to bed every night? Maybe not. I'm not sure. What's the one core activity that if you don't do causes everything else to fall apart? That's a different way of thinking about quantum linguistics. Here's spinning things around looking at another angle. So the one core activity thinking one right now. Go ahead that you've ever maybe go the gym. You eat right every single day. Maybe smile at your kids. What it is the one core activity that makes everything else? Fine other words life is good. Maybe it's not rocking the way you want to right now. But it's on its way. It's not exploding all around around you and and Y- you you've seen those people right whose life is like a hot mess because they're not doing that one thing and you just know that they just do this everything would be fine. You know you said that right I have you have we all have. They have maybe thought it. The one thing they're not doing because at that their life is a hot mess. It happens see. Many people focus on anything except the most critical activity of their life. They're I usually surprised when things fall apart. I'll give you a real good example as a guy who works with a lot of different people. I tend to work with. I do not not really a life coach. I don't really do that that kind of thing. I'm more of a consultant. Kinda guy but the nuts and bolts. I help people transform from one place to the other but getting that world of people that are mostly trying figure things out. I maybe starting a business as well and I'll tell you this. Here's the one thing that always happens while they're focused on what they want. They're not paying attention to what they have love so yes. They're moving forward with an activity of what they want but because they're not paying attention to the one thing they need to be doing. Suddenly the bills don't get paid suddenly UNAV- attention applied to maybe your spouse and things are suddenly your boss notices. You're distracted by a part time job. You give me about got to be real careful because a lot of people just they. They're missing the things that are going to really keep that foundation strong and that's when things start to fall down. They're always surprised. Is it showing up for work on time doing a great job at work. Is that the one thing you could and should. Maybe he didn't do if you did. Things are great and if not things fell apart could be your unflinching attention to your family. That's GONNA cost issues. Maybe the work too but you know what if the boss gets managed because she didn't show up still catch family right. I'd suggest just a more balanced approach if you know what I mean. She pisses have one activity that causes people to buy from you. Does your business have one activity something that you do consistently. Why do they buy from you? And if you're in business yes S.. Appoint we had a conversation just the other today. People saying to me Scott businesses. Not about just buying and selling it's not about just dawning. Hell it is. Isn't it something I've had yet is Donald's about now so you can't do more with a once. You Have Avenue and help a lot of lives. I have a client. Eight supports three hundred people with his business. My goodness he's doing a lot of good all around the world but otherwise about making making making money so if you have a business what's one thing your business activity must do to keep people. Keep them as your customers sticker. A step deeper. What if you work for a company? What's one thing you need to be doing to make sure those couples customers stay customers? What is that? You're paying attention to your job paying attention to their service. Where you're doing right? You do know where your paycheck comes from. A long time ago I had a conversation at sometimes. Scratch my head when I had this conversation and I just asked I said well let me Asu question. What is your paycheck? I'm from and I had to answers a blew me away right away. The first one was the bank. Okay cool the bank. It's okay chugging. Where's it come from my boss strict plus? I don't really know where it comes from her. That one as well not not actually comes from your customer. Doesn't it so if you work for somebody or if you run a business don't you think maybe possibly should maybe it's up to you. I'm not gonNA force you but maybe if you are for show Vescio. What's the one thing that keeps your customer? Your customer keeps your family. Your family keeps your spouse. Your spouse keeps your happiness your the happiness then seem like difficult doesn't make sense to me
"asu" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"Up with is the number that reports that a time matic horse at asu optimize for a tabletop gaming row rpg so that you don't have to simply get a pop pop up bending to choose what kind of dog you want know you all the different dies at you a a that you would be able to use already got her on the on the left is configure herbal they're different styles of dies remember that the one of the reasons but makes a peacock so great is that it's not it's said he realizes that there is no new way of adding two numbers but what if every couple of weeks to come up with a new design for the calculator a new skin or something so he's gotta be coming up with their already like four or five different dice designs he's gotta be coming up with more a and this is it it it's also has a another piece are really really impressed by its support so it's pretty i phone ten i pat pat it's supports slide over so you could have dice roll around that same screen as you're like i said rpg game so it's just fantastic and he built it based on a a based on like slack chats a on a b incomparable podcast a total party kill so already became went through a lot of suggestions a lot of betas and as soon as he announced it lots of people can't start coming up with additional like great ideas but i hope he follows up on the one that i want is that there is a game that when we were talking about be the first i phones and can be there's a game that disappeared that i've missed ever since a company called motion axe came up with the first real physics dice roller for a phone call poker quest and i gotta tell you for a it was a this is this is around the time that i was taking care of my mom fulltime and there's a lot of time where like i'm looking after her but i'm not interested in the tv show the she's watching this game got me through hours and hours of like judge judy and matlock 'cause you get into the sense of like meditative flow i really want him to do like a gutsy game or maybe even better if you were just simply license out this technology so let anybody who wants to make dice themed game continues his dice roller audit a but eddie this this was definitely one of those the apps where it's like i just wanna give you money to thank you for creating this out and even care if i use it or not this is such a cool thing so yes very excellent excellent excellent stuff as usual this is where you but it also has it it feels it has tech kyle seal to it so when you roll the dice.
"asu" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"asu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"For the ASU sank can follow question goes to this being like, you're writing and opposition et against you saying you think the Boston marathon bomber should vote. Not after he pays his debt to society. But while he's in jail repays, his dentist society, which he never will. Never. You can't give it dang. No. You're not voting. You've lost your ride your that. Well, Chris I think I have written many thirty second opposition ED's throughout my life. This is just one. But I do believe look. This is what I believe do you believe in the microscope? Do you believe that every single believe in democracy American eighteen years of age or older American citizen has the right to vote? No. I don't believe that every eighteen year old person or older as a right to vote Bernie. No, I mean, I know I'm not the big town hall CNN townhall, pardon me, for interrupting putting in my point of view. But no, I don't believe that every eighteen year old or older should have the right to vote not if they've committed a crime like a major crime like you're talking about once shipping away at that. Believe me Republican governors all over this country, come up with all kinds of excuses. Why people of color young people poor people can't vote. Yes. I'm looking at right now. Look at this headline. Republican governors everywhere saying that people of color or poor people or young people should not be able to vote. Yes, right there in black and white burn will do everything I can to resist the fleas. Please. Daniels in Stockton, ho Daniel. Yes. A good, Danny? Thank you. Yeah. I find that Bernie needs to keep it up because it's going to get Trump elected. But I say if you're so concerned with the rights, you need to restore selling back their second amendment rights because the constitution does not say that can't be a part of a well, regulated militia, it it it it, you know. You know, still American citizens as well. And they should enjoy the same rights that we all enjoy you know, to to to stay his his way of thinking. Yeah. Yeah. Well with the first verse part you sent there. Right. Keep it up, and that will get Donald Trump elected again because this is red or this is very dangerous rhetoric. Daniel in my estimation. It really is. Well, you know, this is you talk about this stuff in the way, you're talking about it in city, like I don't know, you know, California, but you start getting out to the mid west. And I mean, even California you're gonna have your problems. But there's enough Mooney's here to get this guy. He he could be president of California. He really good. Oh, you.
Cronin leaves Cincinnati to take UCLA job
"Hey, hey, Jason before we Chadha here. Couple of college notes are of note one. I hope the warriors bring back Chris Mullin in some capacity. He's going to step down as head coach at Saint John's. It sounds like the, you know, spent thirty years at Duke and watts Bobby Hurley to leave ASU to to. And then the one that came down. Just now Mick Cronin is the new head coach UCLA which me Cronin. Leave Cincinnati to take the Bruins job. Rick Barnes opted to stay at Tennessee. Instead of instead of or go to Tennessee instead of instead of take the UCLA job. What do you think? What do you think of those three college Garrett sells weird like if you guys remember Oregon like about eight or nine years ago had an opening head coach and bass warned everybody Tom Izzo. They made every play every coach they approach basically got a race and they settled on like their seven choice. Dana Altman, we'll guess what? Six or seven years later day gets to the final four. So I know Mick Cronin in number one target probably four or five or six, but think about a guide when you making a move on your girlfriend wife at the time before she became your wife option. I don't know that I was, you know, sometimes you got a, you know, just be happy that you get picked down the list for you. Jay were you were you an undrafted free agent. Were you a seventh round pick? I hope I wasn't. I never asked my wife that, but I have joked around with guys who whose wife is hotter than them as my wife is more tractive than me. And I'm like, you're not your life. I choice, but to the overachievers club, Gary the overachievers club going my old lady. Did you did you romance with money? Did you do give Bela's? What what do you think? You you got to wonder over the podcast. I was working at a newspaper in New Jersey living in a studio apartment twenty five thousand dollars. Here. We didn't meeting her a month later. I said boy, I gotta get an upgrade here, and I left it pathetic newspaper industry and just made my rise to where I am now in. Yeah. I couldn't I was it was definitely not
"asu" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Two of nine o'clock hour. We have our listener appreciation giveaways. We've got Utah Jazz taking on the Phoenix Suns Wednesday, April third that's at seven PM. We also have Phoenix coyotes tickets. I don't know who L are is. They don't put the. Name. They just put the mascot logo of the company or the team. But this is for whoever the coyotes are playing on Tuesday, April second seven PM game starts. So the trivia question is I'm reading our newsletter. It said you must be listening to seven o'clock broadcast for content to win and I'm gonna do a little because not all of our affiliates. Carry the seven o'clock hour, I'm gonna give them a little bit of a. Help on this just name one of the five story buildings that our guests mentioned in that hours. And you've posted that on Facebook as well. So you go find that post in name just one of the five story buildings in Phoenix that were talked about in the seven o'clock hour of Rosie on the house. What we call our Arizona. Our and it will just randomly picked two textures out of that you text a four one one nine two three. And we'll pick to random winters that haven't won in the last twelve months any promotional price from Rosie on the house and you'll get to enjoy these games. We had a nice letter from Theresa who said thank you for the ASU basketball tickets took her son, and they had a great time. Glad we can do that for for our listeners. Those sporting tickets are compliments of KTAR flagship station and their sister station ninety eight seven sports really texted in good morning. Several weeks ago you mentioned weed and feed products for your yard. What was the name of that we in feed? Well, it was a bond I product I'm not sure which one specifically you heard they've got burnt out for killing all your weeds. If you're looking for a lawn application, there's a different application for for lawns. If you're trying to not kill your Bermuda. As well. You're the burn out is a liquid application that would coat everything in it burns, everything up. So you just need to go to Bonnie dot com or anyone of their local retailers. We've got trillion nursery Mesa any of the summer wins. You have mosquito valley growers in Tucson dot com. Huge list of products, we use burn out a lot for our home. We've got. Little bit of property and a whole lot of weeds. And it's been a really bad. We'd season the amount of rain we received an Zona in April. I'm sorry October. With the warmth that we still had really supercharged are we'd season. And then we've got great rains that carries through till now to where we are leading into April with a second gross. So it's it's no shortage of we've problems we've got we'd specialists on Rosie on the house dot com. The weeds are too much for your home castle or cabin. You can hire professional come treat. It I know y'all had it treated a little bit as well. I was gonna ask you where you're goats eat everything. Because a lot of that stuff is so bit of the horses won't even eat it. There is only one week, and I haven't been able to identify it. And no one else has either. That they won't touch you can leave him there. And and they absolutely will not touch us one in. It's a very invasive plant it grows straight up. But. If you see it starting to grow in one area just know the next week season. There's going to be fifty of that one plan if you're not on it and next season. There's going to be two hundred fifty and it takes over around our tree basins, and it's getting into our lawn now, so I've really been playing with a burnt out. I've been playing with cleanup and the situation I have is because it's in the lawn, and because it's around some young trees treating it even with organic. Burnout they say apply to mature trees. Well, this mulberry trees only a year and a half old that it's taking over the base of. And I don't want to risk losing how mature so they'll eat everything. But this one crazy we've been fighting. I thought that might be my answer. I guess not. Well, and there are areas of our home. The goats have eaten down to nothing that we then move and those areas are already knee high again. So they are a solution for eating the vegetation. But they're not a long-term solution to. Demolishing and killing the root system and preventing them.
"asu" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And it's five three some ASU students feel that their cries for help with tuition are falling on deaf ears that the legislature KTAR's Peter same Moore's live in the news center with the details. Arizona higher education has suffered one and a half billion dollars in losses. Cut by the legislature since the great recession and our goals fifty fifty funding model in which the legislature will pay for half a students costs ten college, Victoria holder back with the devil's advocates knows all sorts of groups are competing for parts of the state's billion dollar surplus. We kind of get the pennies that are leftover at the end of the budget. And that's just not enough. We're not getting the validity and the attention that we should be getting older box says she's on a sixty percent scholarship, but still struggles to cover the rest of her costs. She knows other students. Have it worse live in the news center? Peterson more KTAR news. We have the latest for you. Now on the condition of a child injured in a collision this afternoon. Phoenix police tell KTAR the eight year old boy is now in extremely critical condition. Still no word yet on what caused that crash near seventh avenue in the mirror COPA freeway. Arizona's entire house delegations on board with the Phoenix the Bill just reintroduced by Republican congressman Andy Biggs extolled. Arizona's morning news today. The Phoenix VA is still one of the poorest run facilities in the country. Which is why it wasn't too hard getting all the support as for what? The Bill does have a pilot program for cenex that dedicates a fulltime employees in the Phoenix v to work with members of congress because our number one casework issue is always veterans issues. One make sure the vets get the care that they're supposed to get the Bill would also allow members of congress to provide veteran services inside the Phoenix v. Eight and would require a report from the secretary on the findings of the pilot program. Jeremy foster KTAR news. Well, it's a welcome sight after years of subpar winter's here narrow Zona ASU climate expert. Randy servants says we're now seeing the impact of the warming Pacific Ocean waters known as El Nino, which has brought Arizona's some big winters in the past. The biggest storm of the winter is set for Thursday and Friday. This is. The kind of storms that we had hoped for a couple of years ago when we had a big El Nino. This is another El Nino situation this winter and this time it's actually paying off the two thousand nine twenty ten El Nino was so strong that had filled SRP's reservoirs that supply water to millions of people data-breach may have affected. Nearly fifty Zona hotels and restaurants last month north country business products says suspicious activity led to the discovery of malware at businesses like zip sports grill in some boroughs here in the valley and the outside party did have access to credit and debit card information, you're being asked to check on your Bank statements, President Trump moving forward to establish a space force signing an order today at the White House. The Trump administration calls today's space policy directive a quote step toward a future military department for space, the space force will be headed up by a four star general who will serve as chief of staff and we'll join the ranks of the joint chiefs of staff. The president would also nominate a civilian undersecretary beneath the air force to be. Proved by congress. Today's directive tasks the Defense Secretary withdrawing up the first official budget requests for the space force. A senior administration officials said they expect a startup cost won't exceed one hundred million dollars. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House on board. A delta jet today. A whole. Title also operators. Audio's thanks to live ACT dot net. That's the pilot of a delta jet that was hit by lightning midway through its flight from Milwaukee to Atlanta after noon hundred sixty four people on board. The pilots made that emergency landing in Chattanooga where the jet was met by an emergency crew airport. Spokesman says luckily, nobody was injured it is five seven traffic.
"asu" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"You are listening to the conservative circus. I am your ringmaster James t Harris. You know, it's it's it's we're living in a period of time. Where actually you're you're a payroll can get you in trouble is like he's like the bloods and the Crips back in the day. If you're wearing blue in a wrong in the county in Los Angeles. You could have got got. Same thing. If you're wearing red. My daughter she's contemplating going to ASU. And was she was wearing some ASU gear the other day, and she gave the the pitchfork thing you brought you or your alumni for me as you. Yes. It's the it's the it's the hand gesture for the pit fork right pitchfork pitchforks. So I was you know, I started to get a lot of feedback. That's why I called Ross up, you know, immediately. Mike Ross is it okay? To be you know, flashing the pitchfork is some kind of gang sign. But it's the tan symbol for the pitchfork that we use it as you think. It's also the handsome for some kind of gang on California's. Oh, my that. I started here from south don't do that. Then some some some personnel near Ed you said that it was some type of sexual term or something like that. Yeah. So then I'm like, why is it? Okay. If my daughter if she wants to go to to ASU Judah pass Duda pitchfork thing. Yes is perfectly acceptable. Well, I don't want her to get shot or something like that. It's safer for her probably to do that little pitchfork thing in the wrong district or long county in Los Angeles than it is where a make America great again hat. Pretty much anywhere. And that's what it comes down to. If the hat, I told you yesterday if.
"asu" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Pennzoil's ASU ever found out? You went around shooting a camera people. Stop taking one one. We lost them Brooklyn. We'll be here for years, and you are not lost. Stop taking pictures either. We're now approaching Cyprus and two hundred and eighty third and if our friend the bartender is correct we're about to get out. I didn't have any. Brown Jack at the corner of Cyprus declared that must be at over there beside those signboards. What is it a garbage dump the goats I smell? Rudolph. Come on. What's he stopped them? I don't know. Offer almost at the car. Now a little while. You'll meet MRs Patrick song. You like you can't pull them if they don't wanna look road off. I paid one hundred bucks for you will you please act like a hundred dollars. Ground. Very. It's a body in a sec. Suffered catches on it. Gimme a flashlight. Merry Christmas from the boys. I think no flashlight mosquito. Cow pro office. Yet his nose in the poultry ragged the knee. Merry Christmas from the boys. What a story. Too bad. We're busy. Harry, you're kidding. I'm not getting business before pleasure with one gold shy..
"asu" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We'll be breaking down how the world's most fascinating successful. People have hustled their way to the top hearing their wisdom and understanding their ways of seeing with guests like Ireland Hamilton and Tim Ferriss new episodes drop every Wednesday this scribe now on apple podcasts or listen on iheartradio app or anywhere else. You find podcasts. Consider it a gift you are and w ASU HD, two New York. Now. More of the Dave Ramsey show on seven ten w o r. Joining us. Brandon is in Philadelphia. Hi, brandon. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. How are you doing better than I deserve? What's up? So I'm currently a college.
ASU, Lawrence and Professor discussed on Arizona's Morning News
"Stop the grip and ASU professor accused of sexual misconduct. Over the past decade says he's retiring Lawrence crowd says he'll be done next. May he's accused by several women are behaving inappropriately the mega millions lottery jackpot has grown to a record one point six billion dollars for tomorrow night's drawing.
New ASU research finds that some security measures make students feel less safe in their schools
"Researchers have found some episodes of addressing security in schools may actually produce the opposite result CBS Stephan Kaufman, Arizona State University research finds that some types of school security, especially cameras, they actually make students feel less safe giving students have poor perception of school climate university. Researcher Sarah, Lindstrom, Johnson students see security measures inside the school as related to surveillance of their activities. I says safe the study found some black students made the school security cameras as a way to protect them against
President Trump campaigns in South Dakota
"President Trump campaigning in South Dakota on Friday, and once again critical of America's immigration system. President Trump told a rally in South Dakota Friday that attorneys are standing at our borders greeting undocumented immigrants, saying repeat after me, David I have been abused safety. It is for my personal health. Okay. Congratulations. You've just become a citizen of the United States. Trump campaigned for two Republican Senate candidates who are trying to unseat democratic incumbents last night in Montana and today in North Dakota before he went to this rally in South Dakota, where he urged support for Republican congresswoman Kristi Nome who is now running for
Man accused of stabbing 2 Americans in Amsterdam with "terrorist motive"
"The nineteen year old Afghan citizen who was shot wounded and detained after a stabbing of two Americans yesterday had. A terrorist motive says the Dutch capitals government in a statement just issued in past hours, it, says that's based on. The man's first statements to police ABC's Julia McFarland in London Amsterdam train station on Friday a man. Identified as a nineteen year old Afghan citizen stabbed two people before being shot by police he's believed to have a German residence permit and Dutch police are cooperating with German. Authorities to try to find out more about his background hospitalized victims are expected
"asu" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"BYU ASU playing, university, Texas San, Antonio opening weekend. Activity good luck to all of our Arizona. Teams I'm sorry to say I don't have who in a you is playing if in fact they're playing this, weekend but I. Will I will research that. Out all. Right so college football. Starting and that's always a great eye-opener and realization that summer is going to come to an end and we've put together this month the month of. September we wanna talk to you all about landscaping all month long because it's a great. Opportunity it's that we. Wits it's a great month to get out there while you've been hiding, inside it's idear condition. House now you can step outside and start doing a full assessment of what it is that you've got a what it is you might like to. Get We'll be joined by a number of different. Of our landscape install. Specialist outdoor living our eight o'clock we're often talking about do it yourself, stuff planting in our. Own maintenance and education of trees and agricultural but this is actually this is going into the structure now ended the design into the architecture into the The shovel ready jobs that Putting in your landscape requires, and we'll be talking about we're going to spend some time talking about artificial turf and the use of that in, our landscapes I will say I finally got.
"asu" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And and i think about this in relation to other parts of the metro area here where would those scooters be most effective downtown phoenix perhaps with the asu downtown campus and all the other things that go on downtown i don't really think given what you've told me about the range of these scooters you couldn't use them you wouldn't no they already get or downtown or scottsdale campus in tempe yeah you know a lot a lot of students used bikes obviously scooters this is getting to this whole idea where you only use the part you want you need to own a scooter to own a bike you ranked it for the alone there's there's that situation with bikes and i see him in tempe where i live they are everywhere and when you get done using one of these bikes there's a name for it and i i don't know what it is you just leave it where you're done you'll drive along the street and you'll see this yellow bike off there off to the side probably seen it and my first reaction is some guy left his bike call the police but it's just it's one of these rental things and it must work because they're everywhere they are everywhere they're coming and they're i'm telling you right now they're fun i think getting in the way of this get the gift cities of progress fun what is spoiling her to put more buses that want to sit in a bus i wanna ride a scooter that's what i want to i'll ride a scooter onto the light rail and take it from there i'll show you yeah you thank you for filling in today thank you i enjoyed this i'm glad to hear that jeff filling in today for pamela hughes appreciate it hey but it it takes a village around here right it does we look through the double pane bulletproof glass a dj cat over there working got a little help from tommy to thrown in the background i'm sure super producer stevie z an bob mcclay who sticking around news traffic weather information it's all coming up next right here on arizona's news station zona afternoon news with mac and gaydos the president has a deadline with reuniting migrant children with their families can he do it and also talk about his supreme court nominee that's all coming up today too mac and gaydos afternoons on arizona's news station ktar news ninety two three sm.
Passenger whose 'unbearable' body odour caused emergency landing has died, Europe News & Top Stories
"And eleven from the twelve news forecast center i'm james can yoenis for ktar news then at seven oh two it's eighty one degrees right now in anthem a triple shooting in south phoenix leads to people dead another wounded phoenix police sergeant vince lewis says it happened at a home last night near sixteenth street in southern anywhere from eight to ten people inside of a home when shots were fired inside the home and everybody scattered and what was left behind where the two victims inside during the course of the investigation a third victim was located at a local hospital police are still investigating what led to the shooting a thirteen year old is dead this morning six others injured following a crash in goodyear police say it happened a little before eight last night near yuma road and servile avenue the driver allegedly failed to stop at a red light and rear ended the second car a criminal investigation is under way the supreme court could rule this week on the case involving president trump's travel ban trump administration argued that this travel ban three point zero was vetted by multiple agencies was based on a review of foreign policy not religion solicitor general no francisco argued the case for the administration and said this was not a muslim ban but if it was it would be the worst muslim ban in the world because it excludes the vast majority of the muslim world state of hawaii which challenged the ban argues that it hurts the university system by banning potential students and scholars from entering the country karen travers abc news the white house a notorious drug kingpin is doing federal court today keno chapo guzman has been fuming about the way federal prosecutors have been disclosing evidence he'll ask a judge to suppress certain things from trial including statements he made on his extradition flight from mexico the defense team also wants the judge to consider its pitch to change the location of the september trial el chapo ran the sinoloa cartel for decades but has refused to fend tecate rifles ballistic vests and illicit drugs seized from around the world it could add to the length of a trial that's already expected to last four months aaron katersky abc news new york after a minneapolis bound spirit airlines flight made an emergency landing in rochester minnesota to assist a sick passenger a woman on the flight erupted into a profanity laced tirade marching up and down the aisle threatening other passengers video captured by passenger she antiwashington and posted to facebook recorded the outbursts which continued even as the woman was escorted off the plane by police asu was getting an eight.
"asu" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"More about asu online degrees text school to 35517 that's s c h o l to 35517 who welcome back to america in the morning twelve before the hour if you know of anyone endlessly hooked on playing video games john stomas says they may meet the world health organizations definition of a newly recognized condition the who is classifying gaming addiction as a mental health disorder and is adding to the eleventh edition of its international classification of diseases medical correspondent dr sanjay gupta says there are certain symptoms kids exhibit when they've crossed over into a mental disorder when you're choosing to play the game instead of other activities which are really important in your life not going to school not sleeping not eating not having relationships with friends but dr gupta says most kids in the us do not have mental disorder i think you know when you start to talk about percentages it may even be in the single digit percentage i'm john stolnis sad eleven till robert workman has sports astros dropped the raise five four for their twelve win in a row last night it didn't look promising for houston they fell behind four nothing by the third inning but they chipped away at it too runs in the fourth and other in the six then down to their last ups in the night the stroz got a two run game ending double from alex bregman to extend the streak it ties the franchise record set in nineteen ninety nine and mashed in two thousand four they go for lucky number thirteen tonight and their east lander just happens to be on the mount marlins up into the giants five four they scored three times in the top of the ninth off closer hunter strickland the poll that one out yankees and national split two games that weren't originally scheduled for yesterday the nats one five three in the completion of a suspended game from may fifteenth juan soto with a tiebreaking dinger sorta wasn't even in the majors when the game started his debut was may twentieth but this one goes into the books as having happened so he's he gets the distinction of having homered before he got to the major leagues the yanks won four two and a makeup from a may sixteenth rain out in the other game aaron hicks with go ahead two run tater in that one washington also acquire closer kelvin herrera from kansas city for three prospects the right hander has fourteen saves and in the area of one point five this season that's pretty good rangers over the royals six to three bartolo cologne got his two hundred forty four th win not all this season that would be a record diamondbacks down the angels seven two four paul goldschmidt had a two run homer that greeny pitch seven hit ball into the seventh inning indians with the white sox six two trevor bauer shut out the socks for seven innings but he couldn't get the rain away so no complete game jason kipness homer phillies shaded the cardinals six five in ten innings redbirds tied it with two in the ninth then took the lead on a tommy fam homer in the top of the tenth but aaron altair's double in the home have brought home a pair to win it pirates blanked the brewers one nothing trevor williams and two relievers fashioned a two hitter jordy mercer doubled in the games only run metro to the rockies twelve to two brandon nimmo homered twice the first one an inside.
White House lays out DACA deal asks
"Triage it comes as agents get ready to deal with summertime emergency calls in the coming months the training said to be helpful because of the limited law enforcement presence in the rural border areas jeremy foster ktar news the white house putting together an immigration package the package focuses on deterring further illegal immigration and it does not appear to include a solution for dauga however phoenix immigration attorney marguerite de silva says for now people are still being allowed to renew nobody knew is allowed to apply and they've been clear with that since late last year that's thanks to federal judge ordering the trump administration to continue accepting renewal applications while legal challenges continue were operating as usual meaning we're sending in the applicator were expecting to get to your approval back in the mail silva says she's hopeful congress will ultimately pass a permanent solution for dhaka result the psotino ktar news if one group has its way public utilities in arizona would have to get at least half their power from renewable energy sources by twenty thirty a new asu report claims that proposal from clean energy for a healthy arizona could hurt our state economically matthew benson arizonans for affordable electricity doesn't like.
Dan Hurley leaving Rhode Island, named head coach at UConn
"The association says alzheimer's kills more people than breast and prostate cancer combined asu basketball coach bobby hurley's brother has a new job dan hurley will be the new coach at the university of connecticut dan hurley was one hundred thirteen wins and eighty two losses in six seasons at rhode island which lost to duke in the ncwa tournament this year in joining yukon dan hurley is joining a team that's under ncwa investigation and fired coach kevin ollie this month after another losing season it's twelve thirteen here's what we're working on this afternoon and the ktar news center up your your woman diagnosed with a flesh eating bacteria is making a miraculous recovery ktar griselda zetino is live in the news center to tell us more people survive this bacteria but kristen lipinski did and his days away from going home waking up and being told them i family that they almost lost me was very scary to hear the special education teacher was under sedation for about a month that's until doctors at the miracle bowl medical center treated her with an investigational skin spray called resell she's believed to be the first ever to use this treatment i look at the scars healing so fast it's just miraculous and i feel so blessed that i was able to qualify for resale after three months of treatment she gets to go home to her husband and three kids and less than two weeks she says her kids already have a list of things they want to do once she's home number one and we have to have snuggle time they want their snuggle time with their mom live in the news center griselda zetino ktar news check your drive down with bradley jay live from the ktar traffic center bob if you're headed.
"asu" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"A vegetable dunrite is good navy being done right like i all the all this i'm i'm down i would and have submitted got being is the essential ingredient to two of asu wire that's why after always love a minister only i then inquire what is the super the day um the response hazelnut oh now that if no no i i'm sorry i don't think you understood i didn't bats i as what kind of soup you have today hazelnut what form that it they beside zoom liquid but but hariri me what it look if you do one of those like junior chef challenges were all you have to make is either hazelnut or one of those ingredients make something out of it right that that's one thing but that's not what we're doing we're your restaurant presumably you have all manner of foodstuffs availed you have access to chicken it good good how about celery fantastic we're after a great start hazel goddamn night this is this is like when i flew first class last and it was breakfast time and they had the omelette and i said ah good economic cream cheese there is no hit southwest is actually managed wait a second the order goes we have an obligation it's not even labelled as a cream cheese omelette way you would you could just blindly say yeah bring me the omelette and what you would be delivered is eggs with cream cheese in but but 'twixt big.
"asu" Discussed on WTVN
"Are on your schedule plus asu online accepts most transfer credits for information text new to 35517 learn for yourself why the wall street journal ranks asu fifth in the nation for producing the bestqualified graduates and white eighty seven percent of asu grads are recruited within 90 days of graduation learn to grow learn to succeed freed first with three key ingredients that are great for your prostate the flicked taking three prostate supplements and want to celebrate were sending free bottles two men who wanna cut down 35517 what happened you used to go hours without visiting the bathroom now it seems like you're constantly getting up to pay your even getting up at night to go this is not okay listen the maker's of super beta prostate the number one prostate formula our introducing a new wonder pill super beta prostate peace three advanced with three key ingredients that are great for your prostate if like taking three prostate supplements in one to celebrate were sending free bottles two men who wanna cut dad's six eight seven five eight oh you dreaming of something greater a college degree jobs he'll a rewarding in ingredient in p3 advanced may help support a normal prostate sauce combine that with a reduction in urges to pay and you have a formula you'd be crazy not to try gave you college tuition your eligible for the scholarship as soon as you in live learn more about the many benefits that come with serving in the ohio army national guard visit national guard dot com today sponsored by the ohio army national guard aired by the ohio association of broadcasters and this station msrp envoys list price dealer priced helping out here if your car shopping you probably heard these terms path what do they mean itself your college tuition your eligible for the scholarship as soon as you and live learn more about the many benefits that come with serving in the ohio.
"asu" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"asu" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
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"Online text asu to 37913 that's asu to 37913 welcome back to coast to coast were back with ritual which this thanksgiving night next hour will take phone calls with mitch and i'm going to ask you for special calls by the way and i'll tell you about that later on michard the the other brooke has called of course the miracle of a definite chief aim was that mean you don't georgia the one thing that i tell people that can unlock worker crenshaw none than anything out having one absolutely passionately felt aim in life and the trouble is we often tell ourselves that we have an aim or we know what we are we want but we don't subject that to really mature scrutiny and i invite people to sit down and really ask themselves in a concentrated way without any inhibition and with total privacy this is just one zone into exercise what is the one thing they would live or die fourth the one thing if you look at the lives of people you would meyer you'll almost always find they dedicated themselves to one absolute aim that was a magnet for all their energies for all their thoughts give us an example give us an example so take gandhi for example you know who wanted to free the nation of india take thomas edison who wanted to be the world's great inventor take henry ford take uh steve jobs uh any artist any diplomat any soldier who attained distinction always had this one aim in mind and it online energies in us like nothing else if people think one thing from our exchange tonight i would see dedicate themselves to looking for that one aim because all the energies within them emotional psychological metaphysical media channel and having won the absolute aim and really knowing how to find it in a mature way can be that channel and when you see aims at the same as yes exactly inter just just one thing that you wanna do in more than anything else and people often say well my life is complex you know i'm a parent time in employee i'm uh you know a community person i have all kinds of interests and we all do we all do but the challenges to find.
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"At arizona state university to learn more about asu online degrees text asu to 37913 see that's asu to 37913 welcome back kimber shall with us we'll get to your calls as well kim in the dying process can you kind of explain for us what people go through in that after life what's that like are shor are well they often tell me that they they go crew from good a tunnel uh order beating light them away like on a journey and the gear instinctively not fearful they they they all day the one on that live to talk about it that where we crafted they all talk about the same thing farewell count me found they collaborate the thing story that nobody ever want to combat because one they go through the beating carnal of light they they branded a place where there color that they've never seen honour before they say that they have everything that we have here honor except better it they have fishing they have gall they have greenery colored green that they've never thing are they have an animal kingdom the same way we we do they told me that the only give her the animals there are able to coexist with each other because they do not need to kill each other for food because they don't have the critical body threat trade row it makes sense to me they see their loved ones again they see their pat they see the people that went on before them and ongo people prion uh and then like a welcoming home party everybody get it noted that that the goal is about to come home on home and they ganor like a coming home pointy and then never ever ever alone so i mean that is our home this has become prairie layover do you have to be a believer in order to elevate when you die now not at all as many people that come to me that tell me and even that their loved one my clients were pray i'm coming if a long shot but my father was an atheist he believed could nothing and overcome the best reading and they come through and tell me how blindsided they want and how limited the were whenever alive because they they didn't back how they were proam sure they didn't know and they didn't believe because they had no basis to believe all right let's.