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"aaron phillips" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

06:39 min | Last month

"aaron phillips" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"The traditional start of the home stretch to Election Day is here. It's Labor Day, and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is campaigning in the swing state of Pennsylvania. He met with veterans and Lancaster as part of the trip and had this to say about President Trump's Corona virus plan. He is just sort of wave the white flag on I'm dealing with covert, and he always wants to do is just just reopened. But the way is re opening is causing us, Teo, you know, shut down by his also meeting today with a F L C i o President Richard Trunk A at the Union's headquarters in Harrisburg, Eight people in Saudi Arabia are going to prison for the murder of Jamal, Ca Shoji Sarah Harmon reports. Five of the eight are going to spend a lot of time behind bars. Those five have now received the strongest 20 year sentence is today. The Washington Post journalist died in 2018, while inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey Dogs body still has not been found. Found a new study shows that a growing number of American adults are struggling from mental health issues linked to the ongoing Corona virus pandemic. The Kaiser Family Foundation report shows 53% of adults say they've been suffering from anxiety or depression, up from 40% in June. Job loss and social isolation are among the major factors. Governor Andrew Cuomo is boasting how New York State has successfully battle Corona virus in his Labor Day message. New York State was the place where Cove it ambush this nation. And New York State will go down in the history books as the place that Beat Back Cove it. Cuomo calls the heroes fighting Corona virus. Hardworking, talented, principled men and women of labor. Almost 600,000 vehicles are being recalled by Hyundai and Kia. The recall is due to a brake fluid leak that could lead to a fire in the engine. Hyundai knows of at least 15 fires and Kia is aware of eight but nobody has been injured. You are listening to the latest from NBC News radio. We're keeping Agrium without shocked on news and talk. 13 80. Okay, uh difficult. We sometimes forget that they are here. Delon will Jacob Hale. But they also trying to deal with Children going back to school. How people are missing work because they're trying to be there for Jacob, Julia, and it was very inspirational. How about that? Uh, I'm about to say Vice President Aaron Phillips. Camel hairs just inspired them to say, you know, don't forget to take care of your personal health, too. Jacob Blake senior. He had to go to the doctor today because he was not feeling well yesterday, Julian Jacob's mother when they had to check on her high blood pressure. And so it was such a welcome conversation today. The have this strong not only talk about you know how we change America to try to get justice for Jacob, but more importantly to talk about how black people, you know, we have to deal with this racial battle fatigue. There's post traumatic stress. Off this constant extrajudicial killings and shootings, the black people, and so it was inspiration of on every level revenue now. Well, I'm glad to hear that. And they do need that. And my talking with the father several chance and even the mother that you accomodated is certainly people have to understand this his home with them. This is their flesh and blood. And they're going through a lot, and we all need to support them personally, as we do in terms of the issue. You also involved in two other issues that I want you to brief us on. The Rochester New York, case where this young man was obviously having mental problems, and they put a hood over him and Kapil women it caused his death. And then Lafayette, Louisiana. We're dealing with this week. Absolutely we're and before I move onto that, you know, mentor. I always have to thank you and national network because I just don't believe where you get enough credit. For being the civil rights leader for our people today in the fact that you and national national network perfectly Make sure that the Children of Jacob Blake, Julia got school clothes and got made sure that they had a place to live away from the scene of the crime. Where there Father was killed. They Julia wanted me to thank you personally to say that that was exactly what the family needed. For the Children's sake. Well, she told us what she was in need of and we were able to provide the funds. I don't go to Goa fun, Iago and deal would without membership another supporters provides. I was glad to do it. Because that they should add is enough. Uh and and the father had to go to that house filled and deal with the sun that may be paralyzed. They shouldn't have to worry about things like school clothes and Have it appraised for the grandkids live. That's the least we could do. Here and so thank you for that rail and reporting from the front lives of you and I'll do in your home state. Rochester, New York. We know the tragedy that Involved a approved a law firm along with my co counts in the George floor case. Tony Woman, Nutri We've been retained by His Children, his three daughters to represent them. And so we talked with the New York Attorney General James Office about this grand jury and the fact that she will keep the victim's informed because is fair. They always knew. It was wrong. What happened to their father? But obviously it wasn't video was finally released that they got their feet how their father was tortured. And disrespect by those low enforcement also says so we're going to need you here. Where me Noble. I call you and I'm trying to bring youto Lafayette, Louisiana will trade pal around and take you out. Los Angeles with Dijon cans and a brother, who was killed for riding a five circle while black But this here we need your help. Right here in New York. Make sure.

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

06:19 min | 3 months ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"All Right? Thanks start off with Jack shore, defeating Aaron Phillips Kinda, just them look not to sound disrespectful, but that's more of a praise on Jack. Shore really really good kid I. Believe they were saying submission rear naked choke in round. Two round one was kind of dominant as well. They kept saying look. Phillips can get around one and avoid anything that gives shore some sort of an easy takedown. or an attempt to just close the quarters and we'll see. We'll see how this thing can play out and I think it was a superman punch that went nowhere. So I, was just more impressed with. Jack than anything good on him bantamweight. LEANNA low. Josiah produced the first upset the night. I think he was plus sixty plus one eighty. She defeated. Diana Bill Vida submission arm bar and she worked on that arm bar mantle. She finally locked in. And there. It was jared Gordon with a patchwork corner now. That doesn't mean I'm disrespecting. Their cornermen is just he would have never thought that the guy announcing or one of them the broadcast team was John Micheal Bist being Paul. FELDER felder left to go corner Jared Gordon and I'll walking. Jared Gordon is Eric Niksic. Eric Nixon coaches out of extreme tour, Juerg. Gordon Trains little bit. Rufus Sport and a little bit at Sanford May in Florida but Henry Hoofed. Dick I Dean Thomas all those people that could have worked with them. You've got the the Ronan unfortunately. and. So, yeah, the Paul felder did what a teammate and friend would do in Niksic, who is highly respected by Henry, hoped and a few of these coaches that I mentioned before have mentioned in the past thought. You'll be in good hands with this guy. They knew Eric would be out there because Eric was obviously cornering Dan Ebay. He's GonNa Corner Joseph. Ben Evita's on Saturday And then he was obviously part of the people prep in. Tim Elliott and cody steaming maybe some at work or whatever, but he wasn't good hands, and he dominated. He dominated Chris fiscal so good on him. He said I remember jared. Gordon coming over with Paul felder to the studio by what year and a half ago. Guys yeah real cool. They spent some time with us. data's bow caucus defeated Andrea. It was funny seeing being Columnists Lights Michaelides and then I think he finally said I give up calm Andreas, and then the very next the very next thing think John Exude mclane is with a head, kick or something like that and Pau photos danger. You just hear him John He goes. We're going with Andreas. John started laughing beautiful TKO there with some elbows at the end of round one. What happened was Mick elitest slowing in getting to his corner, and so the referee said Hey. Are you okay or something like that and make elitest goes. who was calling the catches portion? Just catching himself not fucked up, but just rocked will say right. He looked like he went to like. These, these fighters are very comfortable with the cage. They train around the cage. And Matt's be so much and I think you just looking for like the little support of leaning back and spring up with your legs, like the the tail end of squat and instead washing laugh guy lost because of it. The Gate had opened. That's where the people were coming in. And now you know the cornermen with their stools, and all that and so little spot. Just the gate had did you see this? Or I it had opened, and so he went back and rolled out, and the that's that's it you know, and so the guys were like hey, man. You know you sure, would you have really call that and Now that said Meka lightest didn't offer much like what the fuck you know like. There was none of that. Was the argued to staggering about. I think in the REF was definitive. Kinda like I ain't trying to hear you. Not even like all did I blow it or my bad. You know hidden that heart so in the end I think the REF. KINDA got bailed out. I appreciate his assertiveness and who knows if we were to interview the REF. Maybe he would. Maybe he would say hey, look, there was all he was already easy and foggy and dowels that last bit of Info, but it it did look that way and you know whatever Do you remember another? Big Boys. Man Another time at the gate opened. Long time I remember Chandler's getting. The chair pulled out from under oh funny. was. Okay! It was. Was it chemo and Heus? Or was it Hackney and Emmanuel Yarborough I dunno I. Just remember the door opening and they stayed in the same position had a kind like move them over some. Ought to go back and look, but I think one of those two fights the gate open really. Man Let's see here Lauren Murphy also produced an upset. He was like plus one sixty, one eight against Ricardo Ramos. Tko Punches. Could Win for Murphy I think he's a Manchester Product. They were saying. And Ricardo side of Brazil takes the loss there in the first round so. said the whole main card went to decisions on the undercard. We had five out of six finishes. So it was, said Mathoma, and it was really really setting the tone. Murphy was was really really exciting, but caucus elbows at the end. You know the he was doing something. They're Gordon was just dominant. But we also had an upset with Josua and then Jack. Shore was a beast, and then we get to, Kasim at shimmied of over John Phillips goes. He ragged all man. This guy really does look. The column Habib two point zero or something like that. Wow, like you get a nickname like that I don't know if that's his official nickname or if they're just maybe called him that I. Don't know, but that's just what they're saying. But when you see that you're like all I, take it easy. Remember who I was a kid name Puck. I just saw him the other day. Those GOP, not a two point. Oh, which is on? That had that kind of promise. 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"aaron phillips" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"Too. I feel guy what chance that I go to a local game off the local food. He's going to be back to she. So you have to have something. The only thing with us big grounds is effectively. Mont be able to social distance a little off the wall which fell Green Games. And talking about talking about you. Know if you've been to a local game recently social distancing is Hellfire staying away from the BAA and from the nearest trade. I have always social thing. They could have a Bar. Lock the Buntings Sifi lawns all of the Lamont system to the shops in the same shoplifted the Walker. A looked in the air. It was fifty people in the fruit and vegetable and thirty seven at the Deli. I people trying to get their freshly cooked flat. Bread from the bike is section. You guys loose and it was only one person getting the Vegan snags you as a loose what I was trying to say. What does that also landlord ever look at the map between these joint yet? All can't go out and have a spank of golf. We might because apparently can seek from that. But there's no chance with people getting a chicken Dixie drumsticks and they're frozen for this Sunday not frozen Oven Combo that I'm going to catch it from them. I can shoot me. It did one hundred or one hundred zero. We've got massive lines at oh big lawns big lines. As long as they do now I just got to give them give them a twenty related seen the VIP. The tunnel dies but he had none of that he has none of it. None of the shock it out is not well anything that gets the forty back on looking forward to it. I disagree and we can this well. That's that's all in terms of May from football stories. They're literally I'm just reading through the Fox footy. Espn Herald Sun. The I there is nothing added. That's actually a good story. They're just they're all just pent-up actually. I do have a good story for. It was actually a couple of weeks me Sean Smith Chase. Listen to me in Audio Short Smith Very Eh writing. If you don't mommy saying just going into a lot of troubles and tribulations with concussion issues from his high mocking hotline dies but also I got to talk about the good things about the FA and also he's time at Melbourne north Melbourne and the free cheese from as well too. So if you have another chance get onto that by the way there's also some other interviews that you might want to have a look at Great Thomas. He was on a podcast a couple of weeks ago. We had him last G. Ricky Nixon's had these big Rod up in the Herald Gordon last Ted Richards. Sydney Swans fullback permission and Justice Charles. The thirty was the first player ever to be done for listed stopping illicit drugs steroids in the NFL. Worry about that. Young fellas young lady Debbie got. He's interview as well. I if you want it I license the place to be so again on heavy. Leeson tell you what you will not be. Let down at all yet enough now on daycare at the moment so hopefully gone too. I got a question for you. Oscar Wilde who is going to be taking Erin Philip tone question and it's not GonNa be here. What or husband what's to say? I'll tell you well let me. Just tell you many bacchus. She will be taking home the F. L. Best and fairest for two thousand and twenty congratulations to you many. Unfortunately we don't have a nine for the middle just yet so we just saying he's taken home. Erin we gotta say he's going to be taking higher. Mo- the Mo- hype award but not who's taking home. Aaron Phillips Tell You what it looks like she will have a great time with Aaron hanging around Nick and she. She's a complex imply. Yes she's very very happy. It looks like she got the news via very prestigious award host on her IPAD. Nineteen year old absolutely shocked at the best he always wanted to grow up playing fell and now that she sees put the best foot forward to work as hard as you possibly can. And as well as she came and she's loved the club that she's at she's s massively. She's the first teenager to climb the award following the footsteps of established stars Phillips and Connie as well so good on to her. It's also fantasy Scott fifteen votes. She built she won by three from. Kiribati was entering grand seeks. And the tough talk. Also Paul Three votes in the last match defeating runner up as well too so she was number three draft. Pick into hiding. He's already on to count and based on Ferris strides elections scores for this young lady. And good honor to us. You look absolutely pumped. Stoked could news story. The Women's League just finished quite abruptly it's most he something kind of out of it so held onto her already. She gets a steps.

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"It's not revealed in the same way I think most Dan's for a stance we need to come a consensual women's football is not going to be placed in the same name areas as those particular statute not because the ones that MCG represent people who have had a significant contribution at the MC Jay and that's what's not just football or cricket related as well to Shirley Strickland up there as well the big hit billy come up on account but that sort of stuff as well I think at sixty pips the fact that the social media thing yes and the and the reaction to the social media landscape at palm and what what does about not necessarily highlighting that title harasses is you know the the Golden Statue of IFAW so I'm really care that much thing and I think that's where rested with it or not. I also do I what else plex because there's probably four or five other women who are more deserving of achieve what lived out. Ob now in women's football for bowl but I don't think that it was made to be that talk of Rome Statute. I don't know why that's what also was almost like. Why what does it represent and I think that's the moment but but it doesn't doesn't matter? What do you think in twenty chained fifteen years Tom when you look at that Guy Akai his wasn't that it was let it even in a was that even in I I fell w dine was a preseason game that fight I was hiking? None other guy wasn't actually in the guy off prisoners and the discussion but it doesn't to me doesn't represent anything at the moment but it's it doesn't represent anything Jimmy so the we meyer on the chest was lot hauled on looking pointing at the scheme that that's you see that you can see what it is if he walked up and go oh who's this. What was this for this person to bill at home? Yeah Yeah doesn't to me doesn't in have any singing it beyond reason watch what significance is because of all the furor that came out of it when the when image I got released is that image never got the whole furor old hall wasn't backlash the whole man of scrutiny dot and the bite that immediate got that wouldn't based at you so then of the people who got angry about the statue the ones the blind for the statue bank created once again all would like to know what does it encompass because Moi's statute regardless of who it is has to represent something and the image itself has to represent something could you silos you knotted I you not to pace across the media and the NFL to stamp out online trolling and native social commentary Ni- because it's still happening it's happened and about the statute but we'll united against some of the grossness that was dotted certainly a get that wholeheartedly wholeheartedly that there's not there's no place for that whatsoever nine but it was that what could stand for a in yours it could would but I think the photo is an electronic image ninth the just not once again a dark Norway and pets always with you always with you honestly in the same shoe thinking this as an instructor to Aaron Phillips Two and two women football because let's advised misapply tires twenty three games and she not spectacularly wow nine ply other than the emissions particularly fantastic I fi- women's flyer and there are probably women's football vein cloudy Malbongwe for that twenty to thirty years is title guy for nine that haven't been mentioned bots so he is a thing that you know the the woman from the wisdom oodles. y'All think I've ever exactly yeah that's who all would almost have a statue of will that was she was the one who got a fixed mission diamond thousand thirteen that it but she but that that that to me represents mole then these honestly what gets even twenty-four formula methods Dr Pepper I was in yours in your execture is probably the start of the day when that came out in our thought about it and thought it's it's. It's it's expected to be in the same lot yeah on a but the the thing is like once again. If I die put stipe put a name on it Yep Yup they not done thinking yeah that's interesting I agree and the other thing that will bring up is is that that that kick that she did you can go back a couple seasons early early before the NFL W stoddard when when she was plying game Melbourne and the Melbourne the dog used to have the Games is an image of her doing the exact signed assigned theme Siamese each year sign yeah yep so it's not it's not that all conic Adana on. I think it's once again. He's down the track. If you look at that Guy what does that represent excuse me a shot of exoplanet nodded has not football or you not of the community against trump. It's got to be very difficult to explain. What does that mean but if I look at Nikki we ma pointed he stomach? What does that represent while this guy wasn't was an aboriginal calorie skiing at Victoria remain it was an all moment and it's made a difference for moving forward this August white and say only when we when we when we still rolling at this podcast in another forty five years or by eighties and you'll be in you then we can get back and say now what we were back in two thousand and Andre could be the biggest thing ever Chapo one last thing? I have to get trades at the moment because you know what I was thinking that we headed in the show notes that'd be too quick about the trades in that but worth it while cyber liven up because nothing's locked in talk not we'll just told last thing just to let you you might. I WANNA sit down for this. One listeners on Johnny needs to sit down for this one because it's quite can be quite tough to he and the last week we ran a poll on the lice out sought judo is a conversation between carrot cake and Apple Strudel. You know we saw a poll disable. Which one is which one way I'll the male loyal listeners prefer well all? I am happy to tell you that I can't get the results up because my fines crashed Kim a strong feeling I the bait the carrot cake am I right. Unfortunately I think it was only my wife and I have voted for the carrot cake fights sticky pudding there was actually it was a lot of sticky pudding lava Xanthi but the strudel had to take it over the characteristic siree just guys to Shire the liar on adults on you. What was what was it? What was it just gives? The percentage is not the number. Let's make it sound better than it Wilson. I can't I eighteen percent of the votes dining. Gut Eighty to bow out. I've everybody voted lobbyist room. You are listening. That's that's exciting. once again get on the facebook page. Look look don't be afraid to ask comment by the way Malloy interview with a team a potential I I fell primitive chip star have more information on that in this way. 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"aaron phillips" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Radio's no more drive in Saturday night at the U. S. open we may have an a sneak peek into the future of women's tennis defending champ may only Osaka Japan beats American teens and station poco golf in straight sets now it was a very close six three six love but it was nonetheless a big moment for the women's game so that soccer shared her victory interview with her young challenger training in the same place as the sun for me like the fact that both of us made it hello hold still working as hard as we can I think it's incredible and I think you guys are amazing I think you're amazing so I never too rough on a dollar basis to the fourth round with a straight sets win fourteenth seeded American John Isner reports that's by the twenty second season Aaron Phillips ESPN first for the last four coverage can be found on ESPN ESPN two the app and ESPN plus it resumed Sunday eleven AM eastern first pro football Saturday of the college football season and the first big game born burn number sixteen Auburn against eleven Frank forget the ducks in good shape until about ninety seconds to go in Auburn scoring a touchdown to retake the lead to win a twenty seven twenty one number twenty five Stanford holds off northwestern seventy seven number six hello two fifty five three over Georgia southern Saturday cut down daily NFL for not to be a big great day to day BR Clowney goes from Houston to Seattle patriots star quarterback Ryan for buffalo cuts with John but AT McCoy the city sized for one year deal like Houston Astros are cruising toward October there in the middle of a fight to the American league's best record next the face the brewers coverage begins Labor Day at three thirty eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN who's headed by Exxon Mobil.

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Donations coming up on KCBS right her more about the trump administration's plans to re road rights to a certain sector of the American public yes this time one fifty state vector sports' report sponsored by star one credit union come get the star treatment at star one for the first time in history the Clemson Tigers are ranked number one in the Associated Press preseason top twenty five college football poll Clemson beat Alabama forty four to sixteen and last winter's national title game its second national championship in three years and the Tigers have last season's national game MVP quarterback Trevor Lawrence returning for a sophomore season Clinton got fifty two of sixty two first place vote in the poll from national writers and broadcasters with Bama getting the other ten Georgia Oklahoma and Ohio state round out the top five organise eleventh Washington thirteenth and Stanford twenty fifth giant today's off today giants begin a three game series in Chicago against the cubs tomorrow night the ace hosting the Yankees down on the farm left under Sean Minaya last night for triple a Vegas five innings to runs to hit someone walk six strikeouts covering ninety one pitchers giants triple a second baseman Recio do bone acquired from the walking the drew Pomeranz trade and four hits including his eighteenth home run upping his average to two ninety eight while outfielder Jay led Davis acquired from Minnesota in the Sam Dyson trade hit six home runs in three games before getting Sunday night off and San Jose giants right hander Aaron Phillips went all nine innings last night throwing a one hit shutout with no walks and eight strikeouts Phillips a six foot five twenty two year old drafted two years ago in the ninth round out of Saint Bonaventure at the sports desk Steve Baker KCBS have a roofing project whether you're doing a small repair or a full job the home depot has all the quality G. A. F. roofing products needed to get the job.

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Coming up on KCBS heads up there's a bar delay will have traffic in three minutes and do slow RV sales meet a recession is coming in the calmest ways in yes he's time eleven fifty EST but sports update sponsored by star one named America's number one credit union six years running for the first time in history the Clemson Tigers are ranked number one in the Associated Press preseason top twenty five college football poll Clemson beat Alabama forty four to sixteen and last winter's national title game its second national championship in three years and the Tigers have last season's national game MVP quarterback Trevor Lawrence returning for his sophomore season Clinton got fifty two of sixty two first place vote in the poll from national writers and broadcasters with Bama getting the other ten Georgia Oklahoma and Ohio state round out the top five organise eleventh Washington thirteenth and Stanford twenty fifth giant today's off today giants begin a three game series in Chicago against the cubs tomorrow night the ace hosting the Yankees down on the farm left under Sean Minaya last night for triple a Vegas five innings to runs to hit someone walk six strikeouts covering ninety one pitchers giants triple a second baseman Recio do bone acquired from the walking the drew Pomeranz trade and four hits including his eighteenth home run upping his average to two ninety eight while outfielder Jay led Davis acquired from Minnesota in the Sam Dyson trade hit six home runs in three games before getting Sunday night off and San Jose giants right hander Aaron Phillips went all nine innings last night throwing a one hit shutout with no walks and eight strikeouts Phillips a six foot five twenty two year old drafted two years ago in the ninth round out of Saint Bonaventure at the sports desk stay bitter KCBS they call you the grill master zero six porterhouse literature shop and if you look at first for for your mouth you savor come up to give me sing offers during the Mercedes.

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

"You're listening to the mom inspired show episode one hundred and twenty two with Aaron Phillips welcome to the mama's buried show. I'm your host Aamer Sandberg and this shows created inspire encourage an Anna little extra fun tier day. Hey, you guys. I am glad that you are back to listen to this part two of the interview with Aaron as we talk about Paris, and Belgium. So I hope that you guys get inspired to start thinking about some international trips with the kiddos. I feel like if you are feeling a little bit leery about doing that this is where I come in as a travel agent. I can come alongside you hold your hand. And really set up an amazing trip for you and your family if you didn't hear the episode from last week, make sure to go back and listen to that I f Assode one hundred twenty one and then come back to this episode as we finish up talking with Paris, and Belgium. Alright you guys I hope this inspires you to start traveling more. Let's go to the show as we move from London on if people like you were saying they come to London, and they may be just using this as a stopover and whatnot. So I wanna point out that. Yes, you know, people do that. But london. Has so many things to offer to. But if you are in London for a longer period of time, and you and you do have the time to hop over somewhere else. That's where I thought this would be really fun to talk to you about. So I know you have to places that we want to chat about at least. So let's let's jump into that. And explain what what transportation you take to get there from London how long it takes. And and how long you would say to go there for and then the other thing that I was thinking about as you probably would just fly out from there. Right. You wouldn't probably come back to let it. I mean you live in London. So that's why you come back. So I'm curious right on your thoughts on that too. So so what would you say your your first trip that you would pick is a great side trip to do while you're in London. Yeah. So, of course, London has I think it's four or five airports, and there's tons of those small little, you know, Ryanair, EasyJet, cheap and easy fights. Around europe. But you know, if you wanna make it easy, there is the EuroStar that goes out of London, and it goes to Paris, and from Paris, you can also divert, and it goes to Brussels Belgium, and it also goes to Amsterdam. So those are kind of all super super easy. There's no bag limits on you know, on the EuroStar you literally just roll up with your bags. It's great. Of course, you can't forget though that you're still going to another country. So you still need to be there at least an hour. Most likely few are bringing yourself and a bunch of kids in luggage. And all that good stuff. Get there two hours in advance. Because you still have to go and get your passport looked at in stamp. She still have to you do have to put your bags through the conveyor to get him, look dot and all that good stuff. So you do to make sure you're there. Well enough in advance. I will say it's not like at an airport when you walk up, and you have your terminal, and you kinda stand there and wait, wait. Wait. And like fifteen minutes before your your train is starting to board on a big screen. They kind of list out what train and what terminal you're going to be on. So oh, so you don't really know don't really know like far in advance. No. And they won't even let you kind of walk in you kinda just sit in this lobby area. There's a restaurant and a little, you know, convenience store in that kind of thing. It's very nice. I'm making it sound not nice. Nice. Which is what you're saying. It's nice, but you have to wait. Yes. Don't get freaked out. If you get there, and you have no idea what gate your terminal, or however, they they term it. That's just how it works. And then it's kind of like everyone kind of makes them mad dash to the train, which we usually try in book all this online at EuroStar dot com. And we try and reserve our our seats. You wanna make sure that you kind of know where you're sitting because a lot of the people that are making a mad dash are people who just kind of book and last minute or are there, you know, for work or whatever and just need to quickly pop on pop off another great benefit without the train is that kids under five ride free because they can ride on your lap. Oh, yeah. Airplane with? But you know, when they're too. Yeah. But be careful because sometimes the train really does fill up so much that your child will be on your. Yeah. Whole time point we had the option to Paris, and it was in the summer, and we were sweaty hot air conditioned in the train there is but. How people I fold. Yes. So I mean, definitely think that through recently we were looking, and they might have changed it to three and under twenty nineteen. So don't quote me on being the exact it. I know it was five am last year. But I think we just looked into trains to Amsterdam. And I think it was three and under I want to say, yeah. I was going to ask you about the EuroStar when you book it online, you still don't know which train right until fifteen minutes ahead is that it's going to be of course, from the same train station and all of that. And it's all in one location. But what they do is. They pop it up on the board. They have a woman or a man stand out front of the gate that has a sign that says like the Paris fifteen fourteen train, and then you can start making your way through. No, what's the train station called Saint Pancras so Monday in Saint pink, Chris how do you spell pink? Chris. Oh, gosh. P A N. Oh, gosh. I don't want to get this wrong. Let me see. He A N C R A S. I wanna say he's almost pancreas. Like, you know what I mean? Yeah. Yeah. Big. And that could be wrong. But okay. But generally speaking everybody, that's what you need to look for. Okay. So that's and then and then it hosts EuroStar inside it's kind of like what the airport southwest and all that kind of stuff so EUROSTARS one of the brands of the trades is that what kind of your star is the one that has the tunnel that goes underneath the water to Paris. Gotcha is actually another cool thing for kids. They have if it's working it's kind of hit or miss you. Can they have like these glasses and there's an app and your kid can kind of look at it. And it looks like they're in the ocean filling my three year old loves to when it gets dark on the EuroStar. She's always like, oh, we're in the ocean. Are we gonna see shirts are we gonna see? Of course, you can't see water tunnel yet. It's a fun. It's a fun thing to kind of. Yeah. Yeah. And it's only two hours to para. So it's not a long. It's not a long trip at all yet, and how much okay, so how much are we talking about lake for per per. To go to Paris shore. So we have always booked last minute. I'm a submit. So I don't know that I'm a great resource there because usually people planning their trip from the US are planning pretty far in advance, which you del. But we I wanna say that for family of three which my daughter went free because she's in the age range. I wanna say we paid around two fifty to three fifty for both of us to go. So it's it's not like dines. It's not super cheap. Yeah. Bet it could be if you book way in advance I wanna say, but it's a super fast train. It's super comfortable don't. Yeah. Kind of miss this this class immediately. Because sometimes it only

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

14:59 min | 1 year ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

"Him. Oh, I don't know him. Horses comfortable says, but it was still pretty intimidating. But overall, it's great there's they're such sweet and slow and gentle creatures. So it was really neat. You don't like some people will say like if you go to India don't ride the elephants because it's not it's cruel now as the camels more similar situation as horses. You know, where you ride says like how how do you feel about that? While you were there and stuff like that. I was really concerned with that. Because I've heard that too. I mean, I've had a lot of friends who've gone to Thailand and talked about the elephants. And so we talked to desert luxury camp about that. And of course, you know, we knew to a degree that they're gonna say whatever, you know, they're going to say to make you feel better. But we actually on the way end because he knew this was a concern we stopped by where the man lives who raises these camels, and I'm not kidding. When I say. It's literally he lived a a tent that was made out of cloth and beams, and it was barely big enough for him to lay down and then right outside was like a little mix shift kind of barn. And the and the camels were there. They weren't tied up. They weren't tethered to anything. They have if his water Ross. Yeah, they just walked around. And of course, didn't wanna leave because it's just doesn't hurt surrounding you everywhere. And he was even it was funny. Our guide even was like camel milk from this guy. So we're going to pick some up on the way out. Gotcha. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. All so we felt really good about it as a friend that I had that I talked to who went two weeks prior to us. They did not take this tour out to the Sahara desert. They just rent like forty five minutes outside of Marrakesh did like a like a hop on a camel ride around ticket picture hop off. And she did say she didn't feel great about that. It was organized by their hotel and. It just didn't it didn't feel great. Yes. That is important to like know that. And again, that's using it helps to have people guiding you like kind of what you experienced to. They know the people and stuff like that. Because it does it does stand out to me that like oh did these camels get treated not that? Well, so so I'm glad that you said that that you had a good experience. And that maybe she didn't feel so good about it. So it's not all the same. So right. Yeah. I think that's that's good. And that's good for me to know to for. If I ever booked somebody going to somewhere that does camels to kind of get into it a little bit more to get a better feel for it. So island this overall, you know, I was like, oh, what is the camel's name? And the guy looked at me like I was crazy like over there. They don't think of animals like they don't have name them. They you know, what I mean? There are two they helped us get him across right there. So it's not kind of a personal experience. They think of them a little bit different. And a lot of times they will like there may be like a, tether that that's on the camel's nose or something like that. But we talk to them more about that. And I saw a little bit better. Yeah. And also about Morocco the goats up in the trees are really popular thing. Like, wait. By isn't a tree. Yes. There's his goat trees like they're even calendars made and you'll find like when you look at Morocco on Instagram or Pinterest in you're you're trying to figure out what to do these trees are like, oh, let's go to a goat tree. We were talking to our guide. And he was like those are fake. He was like it's don't ever go see one they aren't treated. Well, they're up in their, you know, their lured up their there. Sometimes tethered to the tree line there hung that. You can't see there left for days enough fake. He was like don't go. See it. It's a tourist trap. So while we're on that one. Yeah. No. Thank you for saying that so it's called. So they're called goat. Trees like in the go or in the trees, but they are being lured or tied up in there. As what you're saying. Yep. They don't naturally go up there. Yeah. In the wild. They may like hop on a branch or something. See these pictures of treat like they're pretty low to the ground in wide trees covered in goats. Oh, that's not normal appear Lau. So I covered that. Yes. Yeah. You don't really it's like if you know about it. You don't want to be supporting things that are not being kind to the animals in something like that. And really be pushing that and so I think too that's the thing and we're not going to go into this. But like when traveling specially internationally, how do you travel responsible like that's becoming rain aware to me that these are those kind of things that people are talked yet out to, you know, it's not just the animals, but I'm just saying in general that it is good. And that is probably things that you have learned and we'll jump into this more too. But you know, with the benefits of traveling with your children, and and they seen that too. So yeah, this is exciting. I'm starting to wonder if I'm going to have to split this episode because now I'm thinking. Okay. It might be just London. It might be Morocco London and then your side trip. So. Great forever. And it's a it's a glimpse for people to kind of hear somebody do it and their experience and stuff like that. And that's the main thing because I really do want to encourage moms, especially mobs. No, no, you didn't take your your child on this trip. But still I really encourage spouses to take trips together, I still feel like that's really important to have that time together. And so yes, yeah. So it's always great to hear other moms talking about trips specially international trips things that seem a little bit scary or outside the norm and to help, you know, make it seem like oh, wow. Okay. Maybe this is actually doable. Because you know, this girl here she's from the states, but is going to Morocco. So okay. Yes. So and I'll say to go, hey, blog posts coming out on Morocco. So we information that'll just be living out there on the internet. So. Those two. Yeah. Yes. So I realize that we haven't introduced yet because we talk so much about Morocco. We're just been fine. How about you share with us your first and last name where you're from? But where are you living now, and how many kids you have? And then we'll jump into how you got to where you are today with living where you are. Sure. So I'm Aaron Phillips. I am the author behind attention to darling blog, I live in London. Currently we're here for a year with our family, which is me and my husband and our three year old daughter Sullivan, and I'm originally from South Carolina. Our home is in Charleston. So gots me. Yeah. I love it. So do you guys know how long you're going to actually be in London is at a certain time, or do you just not know? So we're here till June June first. So I'm curious. Are you a little sad to go back? Or are you really excited to go back? Oh, it's such a mix of feeling that we've been here about ten months at this point. We kept our house and Charleston. And we kept our two dogs. They're so we had two golden retrievers eight and one is ten so they're older larger dogs. Yep. You know, when we first said, yes. To moving here. A hundred percent we are bringing our dogs. And then Mayan amazing mother-in-law said, you know, I've been thinking about moving to Charleston, and this would be a wonderful opportunity to test out if I wanna live there. So she actually is renting our house from us paying us rent. And she also is keeping our dogs. That is great. And that was just another sign. You know, this is something they do. Yeah. Yes. Absolutely. I thought it would be fun to have you on the show because not only are you traveling mom, but an currently live. In london. But funny enough when I was two to four I lived in England with my parents for my dad. Yeah. And and so it's just it's kind of a fun thing to think about and it's interesting. So my parents, we also lived in Australia when I was. Man. How old was I when I was ten, and so I get the grades mess up. Because what happens they're the opposite season Steph? Yes, I had to go into fourth grade another a half a year or fourth grade again. And then I have your fifth. Come back jump into six. I mean, that's really crazy. Wow. Yes. Crazy. Yes. That is. And so, but I think my grandma always said to me when I was young, and she's like, you know, not everyone is an international traveler at the age of two, and it's funny because my girls believe it or not we haven't even gone an airplane, and therefore and seven we drive everywhere. A lot due to cost and stuff like that. So it's funny. Oh my gosh. I haven't like given them the experience that I have. But at the same time. My parents owes further job. So you know, that feels a lot different than just, you know, being able to travel the world on your own with your your money and stuff. That we all know that travel gets expensive. But I do think that that really put the travel bug into me probably because I was such a young age. I mean, even if you're under ten I mean, it's still young to start traveling. So yeah, definitely I have my girls passports in a Mike we need to use these before they expire, you know, because they expire in five years when their kids, and so they need to use these. And so anyways, I love that you're over there with your daughter. And so I can kind of relate to your daughter as a grownup, and I think that kind of like sparked and my parents did things too. Like, we went to so my dad's Indonesian, and we went to Bali, and when I was young, of course, I don't remember it. But so I've been to a lot of places I've been to Switzerland because they were in England. And and there was like this crazy snowstorm happening. And my mom's like, it was so scared to be driving and all these funds stories that I get to here, and I hope to go back as an adult. But I just think that's a fun thing when it's kind of interwoven and cheer life, especially as a young child. And so that's why I thought this would be fun to just talk to you, obviously, not everybody's going to be able to just go move somewhere. So, you know, even traveling. I think it would be, you know, just great to hear your experience. And what your thoughts have been? I'm sure they're different than what they were before you left. And so let's just jump into on it. So what would you say will wear exactly in London? Do you live? Let's okay short. We are in Kensington. So we're specifically in west Kensington. So we're not we're technically in London City, proper, but we are in the borough of Kensington, and Chelsea. Okay. Cool. How it said? Yes. Yeah. So what would you say has been the greatest thing about living in London? And what has been the hardest part? Besides, you know, missing your family and friends. Yeah. Absolutely said the best part, of course, is you know, were here in a international hub. We're in really easy to hop on a plane and travel. So that's that's a clear ringer for the best part London. Specifically, though, you know, kind of back to what you were saying about traveling with young children and growing up somewhere different. I think just the experience overall of getting out of our bubble. You know, as in January twenty eighteen we had no idea we were even going to embark on this journey just a few months later. So this was kind of something we were thrown into and just kind of said, yes. And and so it's been really cool to come over in London and see the culture. I mean, I go to my daughter's school and. Sitting at her table. There is no child that looks like the other. They're all very different all different skin, tones, all different backgrounds. All different religions, all different accents, all different celebrations that you know, like my husband, and I went and talked about thanksgiving for the kids. So they would know what that is. And they do that with different cultures. And that's just so neat for me to have my daughter kind of understand the diversity that's in the world and just how much bigger it as than the little bubble that you might be an yes that moment. Yeah. Yeah. Now, what would you say has been the hardest? He asked. So I mean, you hit the nail on the head the friends and family party worse being more away from them and not having our dogs has been really really really hard. But navigating kind of that time difference were five hours ahead of east coast time. So, you know, when it's it's noon, they're five o'clock here and so on and so forth. So it's just it that part is really hard. Just that distance. And you know, social media makes it really fun tonight of post and stay in touch. But at the same time, a lot of your friends and family can think that they're staying involved in your life, just by watching Instagram stories or a reading a blog or something, and you just really miss that personal connection. So that first sir has a know that I went with the answer you told me to save besides. But I figured that the biggest. Yeah. Guan yet. I just have to say that one. Is there anything that? You miss though, there that you don't have that. You're used to getting in the states that you're kind of like, oh, man. Or like, yeah. What what are some things? Yeah. I missed the convenience of the US. So, you know, you you wanna go somewhere you just step out your door. You hop in the car, and you can be at target, which literally has everything you need so convenience is so nice. You know, here we don't have a car, which is another reason why we chose to live kind of deeper London than being farther out. Right. So, you know, we'd take a bus or the tube. Or, you know, the overground there's a million different ways to get around. And and so we really have to do that to get our groceries. We have to haul a little trolley as they call it and up to the grocery store loaded up in them be able to carry it up or six flights of stairs. So just you know, things like that that we miss about the US, and there's also little things like peanut butter. We do they do. They don't sell peanut butter there. They sell something called peanut butter here. But you know, it's not really charts. It's funny.

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

14:30 min | 1 year ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

"You're listening to the mom inspired show episode one hundred twenty one with Aaron Phillips welcome to the mamas Berit show. I'm your host Aamer Sandberg and this shows created inspire. Encourage Anna little extra fun tier day. Hey, you guys I'm super excited to have Aaron on the show today. We are actually going to make this interview a two part interview because we had so much fun talking all about the places that Aaron has gone to. So this episode we are going to focus in on Morocco and London and the next episode. We're going to talk about Paris and Belgium. And so I really just hope that this episode inspires you to start thinking about where you wanna go with traveling. And if this still feels daunting to you after listening to this this is where you guys can reach out to me as a travel agent. You can find me at mom inspired show dot com forward slash travel agent and set up a free consultation or message me on Instagram at Amherst hamburger Facebook at Facebook, amber Sandberg, and just let me know that you're thinking about travel, and I can come alongside you and help you with these overseas trips and stuff that might seem a little bit out of your comfort. On. But anyway, I hope that you guys feel really inspired and excited. Just listening to another mom's point of view about traveling internationally. Let's go to the show Aaron thank you so much for coming on the show today. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be chatting today. Yeah. I'm super excited. You know, you're across the pond. And you know, it's one of those fun things that you have to really kind of figure out the time change and all that stuff. So I definitely appreciate you carving out the time since it's not during the traditional working hours of a day. So I do appreciate that. No worries at all. I'm so used to just advocating all the time changes from the US to hear. No, no worries. Okay. Awesome. So before we jump into everything I do like to start off every show on ice breaker on travel since I'm a travel agent. I just can't resist asking the questions like where people love going, and what their favorite vacation is. And this can be with or without kids. Great. Okay. So we've done a lot of travel. Since we've been living abroad. But I have to say that our trip to Morocco was pretty spectacular. My husband, and I wanted to take a trip where you know, we probably wouldn't do it from the US like garner up, the courage or get all the pieces together to do it. And so while we're here in London the flights are so cheap. And it's a really easy and fast flight to Morocco. So we had family here for weeks upon weeks, and we took one of those leaks and hopped over to Morocco roads and camels had lots of good food met some really neat people. And we even saw the Saharan desert, which was awesome. Yes. So how long is the flight from London to there? It was a little over three hours. I wanna say, okay. Yeah. So that is a a quick trip when you're there. So you might as well take advantage of it. How did you narrow down on going to Morocco compared to somewhere else since you were in London? Yeah. That's a great question. That is the hardest part or one of the hardest parts I feel like is narrowing down travel and there so. Many places that are just so accessible, and I don't know why maybe it was a post on Instagram or something, but I just had Morocco rain lately. So that was top of my list, and I kind of conned my husband and into now we're ever it. Was there ever a time that you were kind of concerned about safety or anything like that or maybe going into it? But then once you got there, you're you're totally at ease. What what was your thoughts around all that? Yeah. For sure I was pretty freaked out about that. Right before we left. Okay. I was like oh my gosh. Should we even do this? Yeah. My just read, you know, all these reports even my hairdresser here in London was like, Ooh, I had a really bad experience Morocco. And I was like, oh great. We talked to our friends who actually she and her husband went two weeks prior to when we went. So I called her. She was so gracious, we hopped on the phone for over an hour. And she really reassured me about everything, and we made sure to pretty much the whole time except one or two days we had a. A guide with us. So some smartphones pretty safe from that perspective. Yes. And and you know, what to an end this is an an you're able to do this without or did you use a travel agent. I don't know did use traveling. We did not. Yes. That's one of the things that we're travel agents come into play. And I don't I don't think people realize that. So 'cause I was orchestrating a Spain Lisbon trip and really kind of setting up private tours specially because the the clients there women, so they weren't gonna do. It was really important to kind of think about private guides private transfers transportation all that kind of stuff. So I think those things come into play. And also it gives you some ease to have someone local there, you know, around, and, you know, showing you places. So do you feel like with Morocco, though, that you definitely would suggest getting a guy don't go without one hundred percent Galkayo? Absolutely. Especially the more and more reports recently that are coming out of Meralco. You know, it was great to have someone like you were saying that was just knowledgeable, and it was local. It was a huge difference between you know, one day. We went into the six all of those different winding shops where you've heard we'll get lost. Yes. I'm we went by ourselves the first day and just kind of wandered around our Riyadh where we were staying. And then we went again the second day with a guide, and it was night and day when you are with someone from Morocco, they run as the locals recognize that you're with someone and they don't come up to your approach, you, you know, it just feels a lot more safe. And. Yeah. And you kind of know where you're going. Now, would you recommend the hotel that you stayed in? I would always stayed and such a cool place. We actually stayed in two different hotels in Marrakesh. And then in between we took a nine hour road trip to the Sahara desert camp out and the desert, so we stayed in three different places, a total three different places, we stayed in tervell. It's a Riyadh in the middle of the sucks, which was wonderful for just getting there getting acquainted with Morocco in really getting the feel of everything we didn't have to take Uber's or you know, any of the bikes or anything like that. We were right in the middle of everything which is great than we took our nine hour road trip. We did that start to finish with a company called desert luxury camp they were phenomenal. I still actually talk to our guide who you know, we spent all this time with in the car. He drove us America to the desert, and he was wonderful. We talk all the time on Instagram has really cool. Yeah. Yeah. And then we camped out. We we spent a night in a hotel because the kind of stopped half. F- way through and then continued the rest of the way one night and the desert which was more than enough. That was one of the craziest experiences of my life. Crazy about it. Like, what did you feel when you when you say that? Oh my goodness. Okay. So this is going to sound silly. And it sounds very common sense. But the desert is desolate and dry and barren and it is true like wilderness. I mean, I just I don't know how else sticks planet it. And of course, that's what you would think when you think of it. But it's just a degree. I've never experienced kind of isolation. And all of that like, I did in the desert, and you know, we were even staying in one of those like fancy pretty tents that having bring size bed yuppie Lamping. Yeah. Exactly. But it was just gosh, the winds and the just the heat, but also the coolness and it was bizarre. It was really really different. Yeah. I mean, it sounds. I wouldn't really about spiders in the desert. So I know. Yeah. Wow. That is interesting and that you had a king size bed and a toilet. Right. I mean, that's really mind boggling. It was crazy. But you know, I'd do it all over again. It was cool experience. That's awesome. Now, where did you what were the places that were what was the hotel or what camping? What would you say? What was the name of that place? Yes. So it's all desert luxury camp. Yeah. They pick you up. They drive you there on the drive. It's not like you're sitting in the car for nine hours straight on the drive there, you're stopping and we stopped it like a rose factory where they press rose pedals Ming rose oil the women who do that we met this woman you make argon oil. You know, the Moroccan. Bluebottle do that. We saw them grinding the argon, you know, they were pouring it and mixing it. And we talked to those women. We even our favourite part was we stopped and took a hike through the woods and get a guide for that as well. And he spoke excellent English. And I mean, we would just walk through all these fields, and we ate figs off the treaty. He cracked spring there on the stones. We met the children in the villages. We saw really kind of desolate village where the buildings are literally made out of mud and straw. We spoke to women in that village who are making the beautiful Moroccan rugs. That you see everywhere a lot of them are divorce as which is kind of taboo. So they all live together and kind of make these rags and sell them to make a living because they're kind of shunned a little bit by their culture. So it was a really really neat experience. So you're kind of stopping along the way you finally get to a bigger Yudo, quote, unquote city, and you stay the night in a hotel day era. And then you wake up and make the rest of the way to the desert in the near really only at the desert camp for bow out. I would say ten hours maybe inbetween like you get two meals like dinner and breakfast. And you know, there's a show at night where you know, feud the the guys at the camper playing the drums and singing the music, and it's a bonfire you wake up at like five AM to go on ride a camel and watch the sunset over the desert. It was it was I mean the trip of a lifetime. It was really really cool. That is really cool. I mean, it just it sounds so out of this world, you know? And so I think that's really. Cool. You know, and especially if somebody wants to do something completely different. What hotel? Did you stay at when you were more in the city? Yes, when Laron Marrakesh we stayed at terrible. It's T R A B E L, and it's a Riyadh which you know, a Riyadh is their their traditional style kind of home over there. So it's a square that's open in the middle in the middle is garden. So since this one was more of a hotel setup there were two of those squares pool. The other one had an orange grove. There's horn ges. There are oh gosh. They're so good in the hand squeeze all the orange juice for you. I mean, we lived like kings, and queens, and I think we paid like I want to say hundred twenty night. It was like a five star resort was phenomenal. We did stay and Selman SE L M A N on our very less last nightmare. Cash. It's by the airport may just come back from the desert, and Oprah had just stayed there. Like the week before an out and John had just performed like the month before at this resort. Yeah. So that one was really cool. You know, we got great rates because we went and in the off season, which we went in July. It's win. It's the absolute hottest ever is. And people think you're crazy for going to the desert in July and. And it was it was very hot. Okay. We're in sleep in the desert. No, okay. Yeah. Yeah. We tried. We actually they said a bed up for us outside and a little bit. Yeah. But the sand was blowing too much. So we went inside. Yeah. And it was hot inside. So goodness. Oh my gosh. So when would win would you say to go is is the most ideal even though it might be the most expensive. Yeah. So you know, kind of their peak time September. So we question, you know, we took a nine hour road trip, but they're actually opening up in airport closer to the desert where we went. So, you know, I was like, oh, well, it would be so cool to come back and see you guys again. And we just fall in love with all the people that we met through the desert luxury camp. It's all family owned. So it's a wife and her husband and her brother was the one who drove us everywhere. And was are like main guy, you know, her kid was there at the camp. The cook is like her best friend. I mean, it was just really cool. Yeah. So I asked I said when should we come back and see you and they said, oh, wait for the airport to be finished being built? So you don't have to make the nightmare road trip. Yes. And come in September. That's awesome. Awesome. Yeah. No. And that's a good. You'll have to send that information to me. So he can keep that on hand because I would love to support that family business and stuff like that with the travel agency and stuff like that. Because it's always great to hear when people take care of you, and especially family owned and stuff like that. Because he is such a big difference the customer service when you go on a vacation or not. And so you know, that can make or break things, you know, if if you have a good trip or have a bad trip. So that's always to hear great companies. Okay. Well, I was going to ask you to as we move on though. How was it to ride a camel? You know, I had a blast. And my husband might kill me for saying this. I don't know if he's gonna listen to this. But he was terrified. Well, they're they're really big really tall. And when they stand up they stand up either they usually see up by their back legs. I yet denounce like you're like you're going to be thrown forward. Right. Yeah. You're staring straight into the sand. I mean, it's it's pretty eerie anything. Most of your husband, even though I don't know him.

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"For townhall dot com op happy FOSS largely probably by about half. Democrats have approved a two point six percent pay raise for federal civilian workers. You'll recall the president froze federal worker pay back in December shortly after the shutdown began Maryland's, Jamie Raskin, should override President Trump's insulting and embarrassing. Two thousand nineteen pay freeze for the federal workforce. Georgia's rob Woodall. Everybody doesn't deserve a pay raise all the time. It's true on my staff. It's true in my life. It's true and every private sector company in the in the country, and it's true in the federal government to Republicans arguing the Democrats refused to hold hearings. The issue may have to be solved as part of spending negotiation Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes s. Congressional negotiators begin their talks on a border budget. President Trump has a message for them. You writes on Twitter that Republicans and Democrats on the committee are wasting their time if they aren't discussing a wall or physical barrier the messages, a reminder of the dispute. Right, which led to a thirty five day partial government shutdown. The president is demanding billions of dollars for southern border wall, while Democrats are United against a massive wall project White House correspondent, Greg Clugston. Investigators are digging into an unusual expedited in south Florida. It all began when a motorist reported. What looked like a sinkhole in the street near a branch Bank in Pembroke, pines, Florida. It wasn't a sinkhole the street had caved into a tunnel. FBI's? Mike Levin tells W P L G movie Laverick says investigators are trying to figure out who dug the narrow fifty yard long tunnel, which was headed toward the Bank. And when they could have been here a week ago last night, we don't know at this time, the tunnel seems to have been dug using hand tools, a small wagon was used to haul out the dirt. I'm Tim Maguire blast polar Aaron Phillips much of the midwest Wednesday the weather related death toll is eight more of these stories at townhall dot com. Patriot mobile wants you to know that you can get a great deal of spending zero of your hard earned dollars liberal causes. As President Trump has said, we.

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Com. Patrick FOSS largely party by house. Democrats have approved a two point six percent pay raise for federal civilian workers. You'll recall the president froze federal worker pay back in December shortly after the shutdown began Maryland's Jamie Raskin, we should override President Trump's insulting and embarrassing two thousand nineteen pay freeze for the federal workforce. Georgia's rob Woodall. Everybody doesn't deserve a pay raise all the time. It's true on my staff. It's true in my life. It's true and every private sector company in the in the country, and it's true in the federal government to Republicans arguing the Democrats refused to hold hearings. The issue may have to be sold as part of spending negotiation apple hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes s. Congressional negotiators begin their talks on a border budget. President Trump has a message for them. He writes on Twitter that Republicans and Democrats on the committee are wasting their time if they aren't discussing a wall or physical barrier. The message is a reminder of the dispute which led to a thirty five day partial government shutdown the president. And is demanding billions of dollars for southern border wall, while Democrats are United against a massive wall project correspondent, Greg Clugston. Investigators are digging into an unusual excavated in south Florida. It all began when a motorist reported. What looked like a sinkhole in a street near a branch Bank in Pembroke, pines, Florida. It wasn't a sinkhole the street had caved into a tunnel. FBI's? Mike lever octaves WPA LG something like this and movies says investigators are trying to figure out who dug the narrow fifty yard long tunnel, which was headed towards the Bank. And when they could have been here a week ago last night, we don't know at this time, the tunnel seems to have been dug using hand tools, a small wagon was used to haul out the dirt. I'm Tim Maguire blast polar Aaron Phillips much of the midwest Wednesday the weather related death toll is eight more of these stories at townhall dot com. Patriot mobile wants you to know that you can get a great deal spending zero of your hard earned dollars liberal causes. As President Trump has.

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Line vote house. Democrats have approved a two point six percent pay raise for federal civilian workers. You'll recall the president froze federal worker pay back in December shortly after the shutdown began Maryland's Jamie Raskin, we should override President Trump's insulting and embarrassing two thousand nineteen pay freeze for the federal workforce. Georgia's rob Woodall. Everybody doesn't deserve a pay raise all the time. It's true on my staff. It's true in my life. It's true and every private sector company in the in the country, and it's true in the federal government to Republicans arguing the Democrats refused to hold hearings. The issue may have to be solved as part of spending negotiation apple hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes. As congressional negotiators begin their talks on a border budget. President Trump has a message for them. He writes on Twitter that Republicans and Democrats on the committee are wasting their time if they aren't discussing a wall or physical barrier the messages reminder of the dispute which led to a thirty five day, partial. Government shutdown. The president is demanding billions of dollars for southern border wall, while Democrats are United against a massive wall project White House correspondent, Greg Clugston. Investigators are digging into an unusual excavation in south Florida. It all began when a motorist reported. What looked like a sinkhole in the street near a branch Bank in Pembroke, pines, Florida. It wasn't a sinkhole the street had caved into a tunnel. FBI's? Mike Levin rock tells W P L G this movie lever ox says investigators are trying to figure out who dug the narrow fifty yard long tunnel, which was headed toward the Bank. And when they could have been here a week ago last night. We don't know at this time, the tunnel seems to have been dug using hand tools, a small wagon was used to haul out the dirt. I'm Tim Maguire blast polar Aaron Phillips much of the mid west Wednesday, the weather related death toll is eight more of these stories at townhall dot com. The nine.

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"York City to the world, Tom saw-? Hello world. So yeah. New York is has unveiled a come one come all. If you're an illegal. You just get yourself to New York City, and we will provide health care for you free healthcare. If if they haven't come out with the details about the income it's going to be they're going to roll it out by borough starting with the Bronx. But it's gonna take until two thousand twenty one to get it rolled out. I don't know how they're going to afford this. They they. They're already hundred billion dollars upside down in the fund that's going to be able to take care of this apparently. But this though, it it's it's very clear. I mean, they're not even trying to be shy about it. They're saying, yes, if you are eight like to say undocumented. The Blasio's edited healthcare is a right not a privilege. Where's that lady? That was talking about that on New York one. Aaron phillips. Who's a health? Reporter New York wants is the Bill is meant to help illegals. Cut fifteen. All of us are still going to have to keep our private insurance. If you have private insurance you have to hold onto it. This is a plan to catch the people slipping through the cracks who have yet to get insurance so undocumented immigrants, they're not eligible for insurance so documented immigrants that's about half of the six hundred thousand people this plan targets, the other half are young people the invincibles who don't feel like they really need insurance. So why should they pay out of pocket, but they do need insurance? Because when there's an emergency. The first thing they do is they go to the emergency room. But many of those problems can be caught ahead of time. And it's also for people who just can't afford these ObamaCare Blake based plans, the Affordable Care plans. They still can't afford them even though they're cheaper. And they're not eligible for Medicaid. So it catches the people who are slipping through the cracks who can maybe only a four twenty or thirty bucks a month for health insurance. Interesting.

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on Conversations

"This is an ABC podcast load. Welcome to the final week of conversations for twenty eight teen and you've got both all this week because it's that time of year. Isn't it Syra? It is that time of the I appreciate you Antlers, Richard. Faquir? Very. It's that time of year where we bring you some of the most important human beings who've appeared on the show this year today. It's calling win. And not only is calling win a champion forty coach not only she that. He also happens to be a former senior police officer whose team cracked the paedophile case in the northern territory a spectacle lane in Darwin when I was there in August. In recent years. The northern territory has been bumping its way through a series of political scandals. But the story that really blazed across the nation was the one that was broken by the four corners program on the Don dial juvenile detention center in Darwin Fukuda's had the story because of a report that was written by the northern territory children's Commissioner calling Gwynn the government had set on her report until it was exposed on TV. And then claimed to be shocked by the whole thing, Colin green is a highly respected individual in the territory, and she's not afraid of the dark. Choline is a former senior police officer. She was the chief investigator who took over the case of Peter Falconio, the British backpacker who was murdered on a highway in central Australia. Kaleen Gwyn led the team that painstakingly assembled the evidence dente fide, Bradley, John Murdoch as the killer, and she even confronted him while he was in prison, and this still something else, you should know about calling green calling was the assistant coach of the Adelaide crows women's team who went onto win the very first I have held w premiership in twenty seventeen. Hello, colleen. Welcome richard. How that's just showing off that is helping to coach the crows team to their first premiership. That's amazing. Congratulations on that. Was that was a lot of fun and Lanta lot to now. It just terrific bunch of women who were at tired and came away with a big price. I a lot of fun in really learnt a lot richer looked like a really big emotional day that you. Emotional with the whole team in the crowd. Absolutely. You know, when you've got a bet God sitting next to you in the United. She's almost in tears and the election and the crowd, and it really it was the goes that what they shaved. When before the season, I said at like crows would would be holding up the wooden spoon, not the premise ship cups. I think we shocked a lot of people. We always had belief that we had the group to win. And it was just great to be part of it. I really enjoyed it noticed on the day. All these very emotional dads on the saw her and his will emotional dead's of the players who were just completely. I've account bought the victory to watch. To watch. Lately, if you look at Aaron Phillips it was by far the best player in the competition that year and her father, Greg who is the ex put add light calling with champion. Then can you know what he's a tough guy? And there he was he was crying his eyes out on the sidelines. And you know, what a terrific so proud of his daughter, and and really he's just loves the fact that women comply fully now. And you know, you don't get ball tougher guy than than Greg Phillips and just an absolute gentleman. The beginning with you, Colleen you were born into a house in dial fit in a huge family whole bunch of kids rattling around in your house. What idols thereabouts on one of? I where where are you? Where where are you in the lineup second-youngest sticking? The must have been a noisy house. It was very noisy. We're quite a extroverted bound show. Everyone was talking listening pretty much. You Deb was the publican there in Dallas. Did that menu actually lived in the pub upstairs gate and not only was he the public. And he was also the president of book clubs are, you know, we had ticked boxes in terms of social life in that town, and you know, my father lived in brave footy club. And I'm really cited f- family. You know, that's gonna have grew up. So I was always distant to be involved with them. Astronomers footy you family will known in the town. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. Very well. Now, you can still walk down the street today and be benign. You know, he went on left their infant and went back there properly. Ten fifteen years ago. And there I was walking through the streets of Dowsett, and this elderly woman stopped me and said he'd have to be a Greenwood news. I clearly we have a distinctive about us. I was just couldn't believe it. And she was a good friend of my mother's. And we had a lovely chatting about ten cups a taste. It was really interesting. So you family moved into your peninsula in South Australia. What brought you family over the it was always work in a working class family. And we ended up there. My father was a fisherman betrayed tried. We had some holiday flats my mom used to look after. So, you know, we we kinda had two things on the go as you magin rising kids here, it's not a cheap option say, you know, mom and dad were really hard workers was able to make a living out of being efficient in there. Deva terrible fisherman. Yeah. He was it was the worst fisherman. He used to just love being out in the save it, you know, it wasn't often any kind back with the light that we can really make you know, Mike Y jet of. But I'll think mom did well with the holiday flats, and my father was also a competent. So he is to maintain the units and know between them just very very hot workers on mom group in that part of the world. And she does. Does have memories of being not much money at all. But still having a kind of classic outdoor striding childhood. Was that us well absolately, we would leave hyme in the morning and on non school dies, and you would just really run with a group of kids dying be up the JD, and, you know, digging up bottles and. That you didn't need a GPS because people around the town with just oh, we just calling possum paid has gone that way and Philip just went that way. So mom was able to track. How movements just three, you know, the fine co around that small little town did mean your older siblings. Have lodged pot in rising you. Yeah. Absolutely mud. Mom and dad really worked the law. If you know, they they were seven days a week six they now dies, and so the the older siblings had a lot of influence on the three younger ones, particularly. Probably got a lot to thank them for now. Strenuous would tell me how you sneak your way into the game as a kid choline plays generally school during the break. She'd kick footy around another Gables might be playing pool or and I would find myself in the eye with my brothers Dhabi and trying to take these marks the Becca some of the boys and very quickly that was noticed in the car to the under four ain't team rushed me into a boys team and said, you gotta play, you know, you you clearly have some talent in this guy. And we went very good saw it in the end the four and the white crew football club. And so he thought well, I'm happy to add a bit of dominance to the the in solid mids this team. And what does that mean? Well, it was interesting because there was a quarterback Lesch having a gale play football was just unheard of. You didn't try and conceal your gender while you're on the field at all. It was clear that also a playing football, and it was. Interesting. I'd go into the China rooms, and then I'll have to get on a separate area and get China. But the tame welcome made I loved it. It was some of the parents at thought that you know. It was difficult having a girl out there because how would you tackle her? And without of bothered you how you were going to be tackled. Nope. On the slightest nine not I wasn't gonna get tackled. Actually, my plan was not to get tackled, Richard. So who I'm kind of tried to base that I but. Yeah. And there was a petition that Tom came out in the town really calling implying football. And also keep you playing football. And it was overwhelming that the town wanted me out in the field till I ended up playing the full season. And yeah, it was too much pressure. After that. I think I withdrew because it was just too much on me. You said you had been publican. How was he with the drink when you were growing up? He was at chronic alcoholic. You know, some people say functioning on not sure about functioning, and he wasn't. He wasn't a great father. And release alcoholism really contain team at times, and you know, it was a pity because he was very charismatic, man. And you know, he could be one of the funniest people around and could be good company. But unfortunately in the grow got to him that he became a different person. And and and it wasn't it was very difficult for our family because extremely violent during those times. And yeah in my mom put up with quite a lot. Who was he volunteered kids as well? Locate most of the anger was directed towards my mother, and my older siblings would certainly take the brunt of them older brothers. He tried to protect my mother, certainly became the subject of his violence and. Do have memories of paying some of the most frightening moments of ever had a big man, very big man big strong, man. He was a Bill to he was days mechanic fisherman. He was used to working with his hands, and he was very fit and strong, man. And quite intimidating. Would you have to white until he came home to see what state he'd being then worry about what state he'd be when he came on? Oh, yeah. Richard. It was some you never knew it was going to be a good Dairo bad. Diane. And the the indicate a was where you would lie way can listening to the time of his voice, and you would rise voice that you're in for a long not that that was a difficult time as a child because the particular when you try to to get through school and having little slate because you continue worried about the plot of your mother, my mom is a very small woman in comparison. And my father wasn't Tom showing in pushing her around. Did

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"It sounds like. Yeah, you know, I'm an only child and my family, my mom, my grandmother, my everything, and my friends back harm on my family as well. And when you go leaving or you, oh, when I played a lot in China where I'm the early English speaking person on the team, you know, you still very isolated and Nerva Todd's, especially social media these days, looking at my phone and seeing my friends leaving their best life into stralia summa with. I'm only learning or China on in a in the snores or yeah, I it's hot, but it's part of the job, and I'm lucky here in Dallas. I've got coach, Aaron Phillips. I used to play with and. You know, she's like, you know, big sister to me and go Cayla Francis now as well, who has definitely been a line of months. I was sixteen years old. I've known Cayla Francis or it's really great being here, Dallas where I have about teammates and coaches and stuff around here to like family. I wonder if you know you hear a lot of the American women talk about the responsibility. They feel to help grow the league Candace. Parker said that. And you know, just that it's important for the WNBA to exist in Tanner twenty years to to exist for their kids and other people's kids. And I'm wondering if it feels a little different for you not being American or if you feel the same thing just because the WNBA is, you know, a very important and prominent institution and women's basketball. It's so important. You know, I grew up watching Michelle Timms and one Jackson and penny Taylor culet over here. And you know, I was when I go drafted, I was one of the biggest moments of my life. I couldn't believe I was finally gonna play in the WPA and or having being able to, you know what goes play here growing up in in the Olympics. If I didn't have that, I probably wouldn't keep playing spoil and make it my goal to be, you know, one of the best and be able to represent my country in the green and gold. So I think it's super important. I, I want to be able to see my daughter down and you know, it'd be like, you can do what mommy did like my kids wanna play boss ball. I would love that. But you know, at the end of the day, if I have a son and a daughter, how am I tell my baby goes your brother's probably gonna make hundred times more than you and it's not about, you know, making a the same amount as NBA players. It's about making enough. So we don't have to play basketball all year round. So we can stay in America and there's some buffing out game here and be able to have an off season where we can, you know, put more time into the community and they're speaking out and you're encouraging Mogos and envoys as well. It's a place for Got you. to give you credit for having a sense of humor about a lot of this, though. Liz and for being very good at Twitter. You tweeted recently today I learnt NDA refs make more than a WNBA player and the twelfth man on w. on an NBA team makes more than a whole WNBA team. Not sure if I want a sex change or a career change right now. It's quite frustrating going to bed most nights knowing that if I was born with a penis, I would be entitled to so much more in life. No, no, I'm not. I'm not saying it's not true. It draws a really clear contrast to the way that American media and fans value men's sports versus women's sports. Yeah, and it's hard. You know, I constantly hear all they want the same amount of money as the men. We went the same about, you know, we've done Dr. We just wanna make enough money, so we don't have to spend whole year round chasing Boston coats and stadiums..

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"aaron phillips" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"aaron phillips" Discussed on WTMA

"Me charlie james weekday morning six to ten right here on the big talker twelve fifty wt tma w tma dot com celebrate the history of our national pastime at the national baseball hall of fame and museum in cooperstown see priceless treasures that will bring your baseball memories to life fine stories that will inspire and surprise cooperstown is where you your family and your friends can relive baseball's greatest moments in honor of the all time greats of the game see all the hall of fame and museum has to offer plan your family visit today in baseball hall dot org the pulse of charles different perspective guests that they have gawker but i'm a big fan twelve fifty wt him a you're the top of the six trying to salvage a split of today's double header the augusta greenjackets into some trouble here charleston up three to threatening with men on it first and second the night for the starter aaron phillips is over he goes five and a third allowing just a total of what will be four five six hits give it up which three runs two earned show farber now ready to close the book there's two runners still his responsibility and he got the green jackets will bring on the right hander ray in hernandez to make his season debut it'll be the first game pitch for the right handed puerto rican since the two thousand and sixteen season when he was with salem kayseri went owen three of the two seven eight in seventeen relief appearances and as i would imagine apparently due to injury did not pitch in two thousand seventeen logged thirty five and two thirds in the short season league two years ago he is back on the mound the native of toa alta puerto rico the thirty fourth round pick by san francisco back in two thousand thirteen it water novice will stand interface in left handed bat righty pitcher.

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