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How the Sperm Donation Industry is Breaking Families

The BreakPoint Podcast

05:20 min | 5 months ago

How the Sperm Donation Industry is Breaking Families

"Last month a wired magazine story described a storm that's brewing in the world of sperm donation as at home. DNA, test kits become more popular people all over the world are making unexpected family discoveries. These discoveries apparently have a name NPR. Or Non Parental events at home DNA test takers are discovering DADS or half siblings or dozens of kids that they never knew about, and they're mostly not happy about it. In fact, a growing subculture complete with lobbying organizations self help literature and support groups is emerging for people making these unwelcomed genetic discoveries. One therapist juice developed a podcast dedicated to helping people walk through these kinds of situations told wired that people who uncover hidden family secrets through DNA. Testing often exhibit the classic cycle of grief after the initial shock comes anger and. Depression, their stories are all the reasons we need to take a sober minded look at sperm donation a practice that goes largely unquestioned in Western societies. The four billion dollar sperm donation industry is shockingly unregulated especially in the US children born from sperm donors are among the victims of the bad ideas of the sexual revolution. They do not have the legal right to request information about their biological fathers on the turn eighteen, which means that in most states, these children don't even have a right to their own family medical histories, of course, anyone. Who opposes or even questions assisted reproduction technologies like sperm donation are often called prudish cast his grumpy old GRANDPA huffing about a teenager blue hair after all we're told it's not really harming anyone in reality. However, there are plenty of reasons to oppose sperm donation even if we don't find the practice achey first of all, the industry dehumanizes men god-given ability to procreate transformed into a crude financial transaction as is the case with egg donation. The way the product is marketed dehumanizes image bearers, reducing them to a list of so-called desirable qualities. Like. Height hair-color supposed athletic ability or where they went to college. This isn't some enlighten new way to make babies. It's rebranded eugenics. Sperm donation also dehumanizes children robbing them the right to know who their dad is and leaving them in the dark as to whether or not. Their Dad even knows they exist in fact, the industry relies on such secrecy. The FDA places no rules on how many children a sperm bank allows to be born from just one donor while some banks might impose their own limits the country's largest sperm bank which. Is in California limits to twenty five to thirty family units per man I family unit by the way could include multiples meaning that a set of twins or triplets only counts as one unit while some activists have been calling for more regulation on the sperm donation industry for years the problems inherent to the system that's corrupt from the ground up won't be regulated away the corruption and the sperm donation industries rooted in its very warped view of human sexuality and the Family God's designed for family is baked into the very nature of. Reality like gravity children hunger for connection with your parents. For example, study suggests that many adoptees do better emotionally and socially when they know who their biological parents are and understand the adoption process. But of course, sperm donation doesn't repair a fracture like adoption does rather it creates the fracture permitting even incentivizing a view of children as products and this country eighty percent of customers who use sperm banks are either same sex couples who've intentionally chosen a sterile union only demand children or women intentionally pursuing single motherhood despite the overwhelming scientific literature that. Shows kids do best with both a mom and a dad or as the headline of a New Yorker article. Put It years ago Dan Quayle was right. This wired article just tells what is in fact in old story just with new variables of people who long for family but are suffering in a culture where the family has become. So broken whenever children and family building turned into big business trails of grieving people are left behind reeling from what we now call non parental events the broken us at the heart of the sperm. Donation Industry begins with the man who've used pornography to sell genetic product and it ends with a child shocked to learn that his dad isn't really his dad olive which serves to remind us that just because something is culturally normal does not mean that it should be true moral clarity cannot come from whether or not we find something weird or icky that kind of thing changes it can only come from God's created intent for the world for his image bearers, which is in his own words and is proven time after time to be.

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Episode 303: How To Set Up Funnel Visualizations In Google Analytics

Paul Hickey's Data Driven Daily Tips

03:59 min | 7 months ago

Episode 303: How To Set Up Funnel Visualizations In Google Analytics

"So I, got a request from Youtube subscriber to credit to me on Youtube, youtubecom slash Paul Achey and I will take your requests and make data driven took out of their today's daily tip Is a request from a youtube subscriber that add a comment about our. Funnels in Google analytics, so I'M GONNA. Talk a little bit about funnels in Google analytics today why you would want to one up what the advantages are to setting them up. And so. They're they're warmer on goal? Since so in Google analytics I've talked before about how to set up goals visit data driven daily said to be good data over opinions, Dot Com, and you search in the search bar for how to set up goals in Google analytics. You'll get results on that. We go to Alex expect Google Dot Com log in to your your account for the website that you want to look at and then go under conversions, goals and funnel visualization for each of the goals that you have set up. You're going to be able to a funnel to the page if it's a destination goal so if it's A. it's a performance goal Lake pages per session or minutes per visit. You're not going to see a funnel, but if it's a like a book, a free consultation or something like that the destination goal you, you will automatically see essentially out people get to that page you can see. that. This I do not have a funnel setup for this goal now if I go into. This is how set up the funnel if I go under the ADMIN TAB and find the goal and click on goals and then go actually to this goal that does not have a formal setup for this book. A free consultation. I can click on it. We can obviously do this while you're setting up the goal that you can edit the gold details in terms funnel on, you can name the step, and then put the page url in here now the benefit of doing this as you can see that right now, it just shows me that twenty three of the twenty five convergence over the time period that I'm looking at have come in directly through the talk page. One has come into the homepage, but if I wanted to see like how many came into the about page, or how many came in through the digital marketing page and then click on. Analytics reporting clicked on Strategic Consulting and then turn request a quote, which is the top page you could actually add all these. You are rounds in steps and mark them is required or not required. Then Save the goal what you would get a funnel that. Funnel visualization that Google analytics show you so it's a little bit of extra work to set it up, but as a marketer data driven marketer, if you really are driving a lot of traffic to a website and you want to see Really Specific Pass. That user taking on you can set up the funnel and the other big advantage to setting up funnel is that if you're expecting a user to follow a path on your website, you can actually see where the user drops out about funnel funnels. You can kind of identify the weak spots in the marketing funnel. Using the funnel visualization goal so actually really like it. It's a little bit of extra work. The setup I just showed you how to set it up and I'm talking about the positive benefits of setting up a funnel visualization in Google analytics. This has been your data driven Bailey tip from more free digital marketing tips COULDA. DATA OGRE OPINIONS DOT COM, and if you WanNa talk to me about doing business together, email me Paul at data, dribble,

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No, The Coronavirus Isn't Another Flu

Short Wave

09:07 min | 10 months ago

No, The Coronavirus Isn't Another Flu

"You're listening to shortwave from NPR. Madison Here with NPR science reporter paying long. Hey Ping Hey Mattie. How's life working at home for you? Hang Well Gladiolas Mattie good to hear your voice It's it's all right. You know I am Trying to work right next reconstructions and right now you might be able to hear a little bit of that noise in the background. I I do have a little pillow. Fort here to help so from my closet to your pillow for today. We're GONNA talk about an idea that's been in the air a lot lately that the krona virus is basically no worse than the flu. Thirty six thousand deaths a year. People Die Thirty six from the flu. But we've never closed down the country for the flu so you say to yourself. What is this all about? That was the president on Tuesday of this week. And so the estimated death toll last flu season in the US was about thirty. Four thousand people in experts say it can range from around twelve thousand deaths year to sixty one thousand deaths a year. By contrast the Krona virus has killed one thousand one hundred and twenty four people in the US. That's as of Thursday when we're taping this according to a Johns Hopkins Count but there is a problem with comparing the two diseases in this way especially at this point in time. Yeah it's tree. Mattie and one of the reasons is that our healthcare system is set up to deal with the flu every year. But what? It's not set up for is to deal with the current events on top of the flu. And so yeah like on purely rod numbers. More people have died from flu this year. But there is a lot of science and data that we've learned in the past three months and it suggests that the corona virus is not only a more dangerous disease. It's one that could hurt more people if it spreads unchecked. So this episode. We'll talk about that. Science and data how the Krona virus differs from the flu and why it could emphasis on could be even more dangerous to public health. Okay paying like we all do with these current virus updates. We need to be clear that the information in this episode is based on what we know right now as of March twenty six and most of what we're talking about today are estimates based on information. That's still evolving. Yeah so let's start with some symptoms flu versus Corona Virus. So this is one of the things that makes containing this illness so tricky. The most frequent symptoms of corona virus are fever dry cough fatigue and shortness of breath and those show up in both corona virus. The flu and people can also get diarrhea. But that's pretty rare and it's also something that can happened with flu and that's all information from the World Health Organization and of course it's very possible that there are symptoms out there that we haven't identified yet so for example. There's been some talk about people with Corona virus. Losing their sense of taste But that hasn't really been proven. Yeah right and of course. A huge concern is people who can pass this fires onto someone else without even knowing that they have it. Yes so let's talk about that. Let's talk about transmission so basically how flu and Crow virus passed from one person to another so flu and current a virus or both ought to be spread mainly through close contact with other people who have it so you can kiss them or they can coffin you and the droplets that come out of their noses and mouths can get into your nose and your mouth and make you sick. So that's why CD's recommending keeping a physical distance of about six feet away from other people right now right right but there is one big difference. And that's the flu can be transmitted through what we call. Airborne transmission people can offer sneeze in a room and then other people can come in and breathe in like super tiny particles of virus and get sick and obviously that type of transmission can be really hard to protect against exactly and while public health officials have said they don't think that's what's going on with occur virus community so far they are still trying to figure that out. Okay Ping so. Let's talk about how many people one person can in fact figuring that out is part of figuring how contagious diseases. There's some numbers that have been reported on the lot even seeing them in the news. But we're going to put some of that. Sweet sweet shortwave nuance in there for you. Yes shortwave where caveats are very welcome. Always okay so matty. If you look at the data from China it looks like each person. Infected WITH CORONA VIRUS. Seems to give it to two or two and a half other people on average and that is higher than the flu so person with flu only spreads it to about one point. Three other people and again that's on average. Yeah and we have to be really careful with those numbers how many people one person will infect is this average based on an equation and for Corona virus a lot of the factors that go into that equation. Like how long? Somebody's contagious. How much virus it takes to get. People sick are still unknown so that to two point five number is a rough number and it is extremely likely that that number will change for better or for worse right yeah and this one was calculated again looking at populations in China not the US and things like weather. People ride crowded subway to get around or whether cheek kissing is a common greeting. You know things like how people behave. And how many people come in contact with that can change that number. And that's why social distancing is so key right now all that being said today Dr Anthony Voucher one of the top public health officials in this country told Steph curry and NBA Point Guard. Because that's the world we live in now is much more transmissible than the flu in part of that has to do with one of the most important and honestly scary things about the corona virus that people can be contagious before they have symptoms so before they themselves. No they're sick. This also happens with the flu. But it's only for about a day right. That's what we were just mentioning that. He and with Corona virus seems like people can walk around for longer not knowing that they're sick and potentially getting other people sick so we still don't know a lot about this yet but one study looking at a bunch of provinces in China found that about thirteen percent of their cases were likely caused by people spreading the corona virus to others before they started coughing or having a fever or getting achey. Yeah and what's really wild about it and I've only seen this in this one study. Is that some of the people who got infected had symptoms before the person that infected them so it would be like if I was contagious. And I didn't know and I came to work and infected you and you had symptoms before I ever done and if you think about it. Mattie from a public health perspective so hard to deal with it's part of the reason why some people are really advocating for testing a lot of people who may have been exposed to corona. And not just the symptomatic ones. So let's talk about when you do get sick enough to go to the hospital. There's some evidence based on data from China that patients wind up in the hospital with Corona Virus. Than when it comes to the flu right it looks like about twenty percent of patients with cove in nineteen. Get seriously ill enough to be sent to the hospital. And that's about ten times the rate for flu. Here's Parker Hudson and epidemiologist at University of Texas at Austin Del Medical School where it's particularly concerning are the number of people who are progressing to need hospital level care and then eventually critical care and who are dying especially the extremes of age and we also have some data from China from Wuhan about how long people with the krona virus need to stay in the hospital. Once they wind up there. Yeah so based on information from Han in January the average hospital stay is eleven days for Corona Virus. And that's compared with five or six days for an average flu case. And when you have a patient using a hospital bed for that length of time. That's the bad that can't go to a flu. Patient or someone with a heart condition or someone in a car accident suggest because this is a new disease for our healthcare system. It doesn't mean that all the other reasons people end up in the hospital usually just magically go. Yeah and not only that based on the stories we've been hearing from Er Doctors Hospital. Nurses caring for Corona virus. Species takes a lot of work yet. It's true so an expert at the world. Health Organization says that taking care of intensive really unwell corona virus patients. It can take two to three medical staff at one time all in protective gear for hours and hours and that is super social work. And don't even get me started on the amount of disposable gloves masks and gowns that takes because we've all been hearing about that shortage and it's a whole separate

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Why Do We Get Brain Freeze?

BrainStuff

02:59 min | 11 months ago

Why Do We Get Brain Freeze?

"Headaches for a lot of reasons. Sometimes foods like chocolate cheese or cured meat can cause them other times it stress or maybe changes in our sleep habits headaches are also caused by strain sinus problems coughing and even sex. And if you're really unlucky there a sign of neurological problems. But do you know what causes headaches over one third of the population ice cream diabolical evil ice cream otherwise known as a brain freeze or a quote cold stimulus headache in more lofty circles. The ice cream headache only requires two things first. Something cold touching the roof of your mouth and second hot environment like a summer day or Asana or a yoga class full of sweaty people. That's where we all usually eat ice cream right. Brain freeze is caused by both a constriction and dilation of the blood vessels in your head. There's a nerve center just above your mouth and when it gets cold it signals the anterior cerebral artery to widen trying to heat your brain with warm blood. Since the skull is a closed structure. The sudden rush of blood could be increasing pressure which causes the pain. We feel it's kind of a horrible stabbing achey feeling but the warm air around you causes these blood vessels to restrict again relieving the pain about ten to twenty seconds after its onset. This experience is reportedly similar to a migraine headache albeit a very short one it's possible. The influx of blood is supposed to protect your brain from extreme cold. The pain is usually in the mid frontal area but it can be unilateral in other parts of the brain. But don't worry. Experts say that ice cream isn't going to give you brain damage or anything in fact when they're correcting aneurysms doctors sometimes low your brain temperature down to sixty four degrees. Fahrenheit or seventeen point eight degrees Celsius so ice cream. Ain't no thing. Except there's only one cure for brain freeze. Never eat ice cream again. No I'm just kidding in one article about these headaches. A researcher actually said ice cream. Abstinence is not indicated so keep eating all the ice cream you want but slow it down a bit there. Hawse try to eat in small bites and avoid the roof of your mouth also. You may be more likely to get brain freeze if you already get migraines. The science isn't confirmed on that but since the vascular response of ice cream headaches is similar to the experience of migraine sufferers they may be more vulnerable. Researchers are investigating this connection now in hopes of developing. Even better painkillers.

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Hangover cures: Most effective home remedies

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Hangover cures: Most effective home remedies

"Lauren. Welcome to milk street. Thanks so much for having me. So what is a hangover physiologically. In other words you drink too much alcohol in what goes on in your body. Sure what's interesting about a hangover versus. It's not just a single thing. It's almost like this constellation of different symptoms affecting your body at the same time so alcohol Causes Gastritis which is an inflammation of the stomach lining. So that's the reason you feel the stomach achey feeling just like nausea dehydration. Also a big part of what a hangover is is but that achey tired feeling that actually comes from not sleeping. Well you tend to have really poor sleep when you're hung over and because you haven't had had that sort of restful period that's part of the reason that you wake up just kind of feeling like crap before we get to the hangover cures the day after is is there anything people can do on the night of other than drinking more water. Actually if you sleep in complete and total darkness like blackout shades. I mask that's proved to lessen your hangovers recovery. Time one thing that I found really interesting in my research. Is that if you have a happy optimistic attitude while you're drinking that's actually shown shown to have less severe hangovers whereas if you have a negative outlook maybe a lot of anxiety in your life. Your hangovers actually scientifically been proven to be a little bit worse. All other things in this study remained the same. The amount of alcohol the type of alcohol it was just. Your mental state of mind affects the severity thirty of the hangover that that was an academic study that was published Other the type of drink that you choose does actually have some effect on what kind of hangover. You have darker drinks so something like Bourbon brandy red wine. Those actually have higher levels of conyers which contribute to serve a more severe a hangover. So okay so your book is about cures. So let's go down through the list pickled foods show up a lot in your lister. Stern pickled foods are a good thing. I think so So pickled foods obviously are high insults which can help replenish electrolytes and get some of those depleted salts. Back near body the pickle. Brine is a popular cure in eastern Europe in Poland and Russia in particular in the book. I have a pickle. Brian Bloody Mary which is to serve a fun. Twist based on your classic hair of the dog cocktail. But you'll also see there some eastern European soups that have pickled. Brian in it in the Roy egg was shows up in lots of Coors yes said the classic is the riot. Put a little bit of Tobasco and you put a little bit of vinegar and you take it in one shot. That's kind of quintessential the old time hangover cure. Eggs actually are great hangover food. They're full of amino acids are full of protein. So definitely said that one probably is one that I would recommend for sure Cher. Other cures are jumping some very cold ice water like the polar bear swim. I would think that actually evolve a cures. I think that one would would shock you right out of a hangover. I would think so I have never done. Polar Bear Swim. So I'm a little bit too much of a Wimp to try it but I think that one would actually be quite beneficial and if nothing else. You're probably so cold that you're thinking of other things that are feeling not so great at that moment is like hitting in your hand with a hammer. You know you're not going to hang over so let's go around the world and talk about recipes New Zealand. They have their Minson cheese. Pies is right. Yep some cheese pie. So that's essentially a ground beef pie with cheddar cheese. Net can find them all over. You know you can get a gas station and you can get them at. The local cafe. Usually their portable the one. I didn't the bucks a little bit larger so you can actually make that for maybe. Dinner and South Korea has particular UH consistent hangover soup. It's fairly strong right then. That's yes south. Korea is actually one of the main sources of inspiration and for this book. I've been reading an article about South Korean drinking culture because Korea. You tend to go out with your office made you drink serve all night long and in the morning you eat. Hey Jenga which essentially translates to hangover soup and. There's not just one hangar soup. There's an entire serve category of hangar soups so the one in the book is from John. Ju It's being sprouts Scott Rice and it's a traditional Korean anchovy based broth but it's much lighter than maybe a Hey Jenga that you would get in Seoul which might be made with more like collaborated beef blood it may have served beef. That's been simmered for hours Along with maybe like a richer soybean broth I just find it so fascinating that there were so many different kinds of dishes that you were specifically would eat when you're hung over and you'd go to the hangover soup restaurant Ed ten joy them. You say you end up with hangovers. Occasionally do you personally have a favorite cure. I have a couple of favorites if maybe it's like a really bad hangover and I just need something Super Plain. I like a good Kanji. Chinese rice porridge. Usually I'll put Ginger which is usually good for helping nausea settling the stomach and put a little scalia in there as well so that's nice just simple. I can't really face food at that moment hangover Rick Your and then one of my other hangover cures that I really love is just a breakfast sandwich that I created one day when I was hungover. It's fried eggs peppered Bacon Salon. Salon tro sweet Thai Chili Sauce and Sauteed shrimp. And it's one of those dishes that I just was cobbling together. Something in my hung over state and I think that's sort of an interesting interesting thing about hangover foods. You know we do. Have these foods that fall within the Canon of traditional hangover foods. But so much what we when we're hung over. Is that personal moment in the kitchen when we're alone. We don't want anyone to see us so I made that sandwich and it was really delicious. More thank you very much. It's been a great pleasure. Is your having you on milk street. Thank you so much for having me

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"achey" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

10:09 min | 1 year ago

"achey" Discussed on Tara Brach

"So the next I steps with rain is the I of rain which is investigate and I want to give you some examples because I'm going to of course bring you back at the end to do the whole process. The investigating is often misleading. Because when you're investigating what's going on and it's not a conceptual. Mental process investigating is primarily getting more somatic investigating. Means Games that you found that you felt hurt by somebody or felt blame you get into where you feel it in your body and then you can investigating sense you know what is what's the unmet need we need and so on. I'm going to give you an example because investigating if you really get into your body then leads to the end of rain which is nurturing and once you have recognized and allowed and investigated and nurtured. You'll find that the sense of identity has shifted. You're are no longer organized around the limbic controller so much but I'm getting ahead of myself so let me give you the actually share two stories and the first one is one that taught me the most about the power of rain and relationships in it was really early on this was when my son Orion was junior in high school and some of you might remember this somewhat because I've had this radical acceptance but I'm going to unpack it a little bit more now. The set up here is that he's junior. He's entirely unmotivated. Aided around academics his total party creature smoking pot video games and his completely immersed in magic the gathering some of the United Familiar. How many are familiar with magic? The gathering can I see my hands. Okay my response stall of that. I'm perpetually judging him angry. In the limbic controller was the aggressive. You should be different. I don't like this change. Kind of that was where I was completely in that so I was really upset with him for not coming through as the disciplined son that I thought he should be and I had cut a kind of one of those moments. Never forget of being outside his bedroom hearing the sounds of one of the games that I couldn't stand because they were all totally the violent video games and having this desire to take a huge boulder and go in there and just smash his videos screen a computer screen with it and then realizing in a flash. He's a junior he's going to be gone. And a couple of years. And then feeling my heart go how am I going to be in this. Chronic chronic standoff of the angry letdown mother and the son who's kind of wanting to not have me too near 'em because I'm angry at a lot so that's when I started to do a lot more. Okay let me be with. What's inside me? The first step in bringing rain range relationships is to bring it to your own reaction to whatever your own limbic controllers doing. That's the first step so I brought it inside. I recognize him allowed that I was angry. And judging and then I started investigating which is where we left off here and the layers were I felt the squeeze in my heart and it was fear and the fear place was afraid that his whole future would be sabotaged and so on and then underneath that I felt that hollow achey place acer shame. It's my fault I didn't I didn't disappoint was too lenient too permissive didn't set boundaries. Early enough which may have been true but he and I talk about that. Now that he's apparent so then I was feeling that that shame falling short deficiency that Achey hollow place and then it went into grief the sense of just this hod crashing feeling of the grief of the distance that was developing between us and I had this experience. I son ask like a soul sadness which is just seeing the landscape of life and realizing how how sorrowful it is to be caught in a pattern like this and distanced and so. That's what led to nurture. I'd investigated in my body the layers and then after feeling that Seoul sadness. I sensed I always ask the question. I invite you to use this as part of your investigating. So what is this hurting inside me. Need and what I needed was to trust the goodness of my own love that I really loved him and trust him to trust his goodness. And that's that's really what I need it so I just sat there as I often do with my hands on my heart just feeling how much I do. Love Him and just reminding reminding myself. Do you love him and he's lovable and he's good and it's going to be okay. You know that kind of thing and as I let that fuelling Ling spread through me of loving him and trusting that loving there is an opening a tender rising and more space and I was no longer inside the identity of the controlling mother. I was in a more spacious place. It didn't mean those tendencies were gone and I had to Redo this many many times but it started shifting identification so that when I started trying to speak with him I was Zabell to bring in more of my sick appreciation for him for his sense of his mastery and as and as games that he played in his loyalty and love. I friends and whatever whatever it was end set boundaries so this is an example of rain and relationship because I feel like it gave me back. Many moments wants with him before he graduated. I'm so glad I didn't stay stuck in that that standoff and just to give you a kind of follow up narrower like twenty some years later. He's he's thirty two now. It's eight eighteen years later. He's the more disciplined. He's graduated from the program he was in. He's working he's a father he's okay and he still plays magic the gathering. There's okay so this is an example of what I want to emphasize is a shift in identity. Were the limbic patterns are there. But they don't hijack it's possible when you do rain that they don't hijack now sometimes there is the kind of Herder conflict that requires a really deep inner work and it takes time and take support it takes support from others and It takes many many rounds. I want to share with you a story of a guy that I worked with some years ago where it wasn't like something like with my son who is being a A. Here's the typical teen. This is a man who photojournalist I actually went to college with them and heard from him years later after many years of not hearing hearing from him he African American photojournalist who married a Caucasian woman. White woman her mother completely disapproved of the marriage. You know your two different you're gonNA ruin each other's lives. And so on. And when they visit his mother was would ignore norm are else be rude and it was awful so he was increasingly withdrawn and angry and hurt and it brought up this very old wounded him some of invisible. Not Okay. I'm not worthy. You know he was the black man who was not good enough for her daughter which was us what he described it to me and his wife said we don't ever have to visit them again. I don't WanNa put you through this. But he actually wasn't willing to give up on the relationship partly because one of his teachers Tibetan teacher one of his key teachings was never give up on anyone. Anyone which I thought was interesting so he made it his practice and it was a hard practice but at home he would recognize and allow how angry and hurt. He fell then he'd investigate and films body and felt where it went back to. Because he was you you know and childhood. He was very neglected. A lot of losses a lot of feeling of being not okay so he felt this twist in his body when he'd go into it of defective person hood. That's what he got in touch with a twist in his body and it's got and then when he asked what he needed it was your value you're worthy and his way of doing it was he. He would imagine some light kind and of coming into him and he just hear the words you know you are valuable. You're worthy being over and over and over again. This process assis until he found that sense of more space more openness more realizing he was not the self in the the story that this mother was triggering are his old story value. What I call the goal so so the next holiday he went but he brought his camera because he needed a way to be more safe and the camera gave.

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"achey" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"achey" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Bringing up. Chris eubank junior like obviously the fight we want is a true unification with Billy Joel Saunders who actually one that title from <hes> no one but you know <hes> the truth is that would be some Mucky achey situations with top rank and frank. No no I don't. I don't know if how much would be with ability is part of that that that is Global Mt. K. Global has the deal with E._S._P._N.. Struck the deal with Tyson fury and Pick Gogo guy the other put on their belts. I believe it or not gonNA fight on. A car wasn't the fight just on E._S._P._N.. B._T. sports though but that's what I'm saying no but it got showed on E._S._p._N.. Because of the Frank Warn E._S._P._N.. Deal <unk> out on E._S._P._N.. Beat see because I don't unless it was on a youtube channel. Look never here nor there the point I'm just trying to make it's easier for our to do Chris eubank 'cause you but that's I'm not saying that it ain't I'm just saying it's easier. Business just like Caleb True X.. P. Colon is easier business but those guys are busy. I'm just saying you know I mean he could always get like Zach Pago. I watched him one time fight. That's a win for plant and that's like White Guy. Versus White Guy you had member plant goes F._A.. F._A._A. Jiwa if the decision over the Iran the Meridian Yo you know what did you say man. I really thought it was going to get it done in between rounds one and two aback that one through.

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FDA wins case against stem cell clinic that blinded women

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:42 min | 1 year ago

FDA wins case against stem cell clinic that blinded women

"All around the US. There are clinics that claim to be able to cure your ailments by using stem cells made from your own fat. But for. For one Florida-based company, their stem cell treatments have actually blinded at least four people. Now, the FDA has won a legal fight to regulate these kinds of treatments, national health reporter, William one is following it all for the Washington Post, and he spoke with komo's Tom hutler. So what is this company? What was the company, US stem cell doing what, what were they promising patients for years now? They've been doing this procedure where they basically liposuction. They suck the fat out of your belly. The spend it in a centrifuge to isolate a certain type of cells in there. And then the reinject in whatever part had kind of ailing you have kind of achey, join, if you have everything from like Parkinson's disease and your brain to people who are losing kind of slowly, losing sight to macular degeneration of so they would inject back the cells into and they said, you know, this treatment has helped people walk again has helped people recover from longstanding injuries, but it has also led to further injury. Of four women who got this injecting. There is the Las hall site went blind. Wow. So there have been four cases of blindness here. So what has the judge ruled and what does that mean for this company? So the judge just yesterday. He confirmed FDA has authority to regulate this procedure, though, is under dispute because there's hundreds of these clinics around the country doing procedure. So that's significant. And then she also ruled that DA is entitled to an court order, that basically tells the company becoming you have to halt

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"achey" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"achey" Discussed on WRVA

"Is a phone number joined by Kirk achey, who's kind of achey. Yes, I am. All right. Kidney stones are just awful. They are now that they break them up. Now they laser can do two different things to break them up of before, taking you in for surgery, where they cut you open. They, they have a sonic wave break up and then they have where they, they go in through the exit, and, you know, and put in a stint, and then they go up with a lead biddy laser and break then just shoot it and break it up. Then everything drains out knock on wood. I have never spent a night in hospital. I've never had any surgeries. I've only broken one bone believe it or well, toes. Don't count says, yes, they do. Breaking toes hurt, but it's just a given in our business. You're going to break toe probably broken six the nocco would've, but I mean, I'm also I just turned forty seven so I know their stuff I've got to be looking at trying to get healthier just like you. Yes. Clean relatively. Yeah, that's try. And if you got to treat yourself every now and then, but what do you consider a treat? Something that's got a little more sugar in than I probably should have. But. But overall, I'm yeah. I'm eating pretty healthy these days. It's that's big time for us as far as sweets. She will get the halo ice cream. It's only three hundred twenty calories, if eat the whole darn thing, and she had some the other day like you want someone like so badly. But no. Yeah. See she's attempts because she got peanut butter Cup, which is that's like kryptonite to me. You're a religious man. I know it's in there somewhere and God created peanut butter and chocolate together. So it's in the bible. It's God's flavor. Three four five eleven forty. Let's see. Let's look at some of the stuff, people have you sent me one. Okay. You have floor joy, this is for those of you are on my Facebook. You sent me a picture of just the most damaged floor Joyce's. I've seen in ages. This is from a listener this, this one came from a listener. Yes. Oh my God. No one's lived in the house for about eleven or twelve years that we all know my theory on houses. Yes. Okay. You leave them alone. They died. There are living. Breathing thing they die. And there's no vapor barrier in this little brick rancher. It's old enough. I didn't ask how old but it has real to buy eights, if it's true to by eight, then it's gotta be early fifties or older. Right. Because I mean, they started doing smooth cut sometime after that, right? So it's, it's that old. And at least two thirds of the underside of the house looks like that. Let's take hall real quick. Okay. Pete in Richmond. Yes. Richard father was a navy, man. He made me drink black coffee when I was a kid drink it. I can't do it. So. Not buddy is in the process of designing a house, but he wanted to make look like an old house. And I've told her that care about as in Paul place. One of the considerations about adding old architectural elements to new Newhouse. What, what would you say? Yeah. That's okay. Do that. But don't do this. I'm thinking about flooring, baseboards board ceiling start with Kirk on this one. All right. Well, there are still products being made today that are made to look like older products there. There are companies that make architectural series so that they can go into older historic houses, or a new house that you want it to look, more historic. So there are manufacturers out there does take a little bit of looking. I would certainly say you're gonna wanna build with a taller ceiling eight-foot. Oh, yeah. You wanna go eight to ten feet nine to ten feet. I've got nine foot six ceilings, in my house. What a weird odd weird shape for me to have. But yeah, there's lots of things you can do your taller taller and wider mouldings architectural style windows, that are just really going to give you that look and still be very energy efficient, and you can build a tremendously energy efficient house that looks older style. Now, what I would add into that picture, molding, that is something that old houses have that new houses do not. Have you you're wear what I'm talking about? Yeah. Kirk is look at curt picture. Molding, picture. Molding was a thin molding it sits about six inches from the ceiling. And it was so that they could hang pictures on the wall without penetrating the ball. Molding, yes, I like old doors. I will buy old you on these days on on on the doors. You can the door cheap, but then you have to pay the trim man to sit the door to the frame and whatnot. Better off, or is our better off. Dying solid core doors. That's a great point. Are you better off just paying up for the door? That's already in the AM. Or is it better to use the old door, knowing you gotta labor cost in order to sit it to the doorway? That's exactly my question. It's probably cheaper to order a solid core door pre hung, then to us than to have a carpenter retrofit an old door that you've purchased and you can buy something that looks fancy and looks older, looking something some glass because you have to realize, even though you can buy some old stuff from, from some of these suppliers, you know, where they've gone in, in harvested, these products. You may have lead paint issues. I'll tell you one thing. I'm a big fan of old mantles. Oh, absolutely. Old man. Yeah. Pretty and light fixtures. Buying on rebuilding old light. Fixtures is a great way to add some of that old taste to a new house, and Richard. How about plumbing fixtures? Yes. Or not. No. Okay. Okay, look, if you want to claw foot tub great, you can get one. You can have miracle method resurface it, and you got a brand new tub, although have you ever tried to shower in a leg tub? It's us. And the problem with old plumbing fixtures. And this is a true story at a guy traded me a rifle for his honeydew list. And I had to rebuild. It was an eighteen hundred. It took me five hours. Okay. He had a faucet. That was so old that I could not get parts for it. I had to go to Charavarty I found three stems that I was able to take the three of them apart to make one viable stem for it because they hadn't made parts for that faucet in like sixty five years, so no, too old faucets and plumbing. This is great. This is this is exactly what I needed gas. Thank you very much. All right, brother. You have a wonderful day. All righty. Bye. I mean I totally dig where he's coming for. Absolutely. You know, I love classical houses, I, I had thought about because I got a repaint CASA Di McCann, and I'm really seriously thinking about doing some kind of funky New Orleans style paint job on it. Because if you go down to the French quarter, one of the things that's really fun is, as vibrant colors that you would think anytime else that would be horrible when she see it all put together. So bloody cool. Is. Teaches own. Of course. Everybody has their own style of things. But and as a matter of fact, I saw when, when you started talking about, you know, New Orleans and the unique paint thought about a project that's down in Newport News. Right. And it was they called it Victorian something. But it was San Francisco style, and they call them, they nicknamed him the painted ladies. So some of those deep regionals blue. Absolutely go it, it was an eye opening looking project what my style. But may a lot of people loved it. A house right across the road from me. They just did a fresh paint job on it. It's not a masonite. It's Nolde of a specified at house, which is there's still plenty of them. Sure, they painted the house, gray and painted all the trim black. And it looks spectacular. I mean grey, right. How's the hot colors, and that's not gonna last very long? I don't think I don't think gray is going to be around as long as people think. But right now, everything's grandma. And so the grail last outside inside Italy venture, go away. Yeah. I can see that. But I mean for decades, some of the more popular colors, vinyl siding, have been the grey lines. I have a chandelier. Tucked away someplace I have literally been lugging around for thirty five years. You know where it's at yes. It is at my best friend's mom's house in the basement. I know exactly where it is. But it's this blue shimmer glass egg shaped of chandelier. It's from top to bottom. It's about a foot and half two feet. And the brass that comes up from the bottom on the top looks like Ivy growing down through it and a lady had us. Take it down wanted out of her house. I'm like, yes, ma'am, I will take this home with me. And I've carried it around just because it was so beautiful could not. See it being destroyed people upgrading. Yeah. I don't get it. I don't get it at all. My name is rich McCann joined by Kirk achey right here on the home show..

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"achey" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"achey" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Podcast one percents off the vying grave therapy. Kaitlyn bristowe going to answer your question. Drink to your confession. And here you have to say about anything bachelor. Let's shake it up some more years. Caitlyn? All right. Welcome to great therapy. Thank you layer. In tonight. You introduce you last week. I think so I don't know. I can't remember people are going to be like second me. They're like, no. We love to see how your journey's going. He loved to see the updates. We love to hear your thoughts. What's going on with the guys people love to hear about dating stories through love it? And so this week on great therapy. We need to find out if date number three first of all his name is Blake like not Blake horsemen. Aaron was like is it close or horsemen? I think they've but Blake from Becca season said he was going to be on your phone, and he'd just airman's like his name's Blake. And I was like. Like real real Blake dropped the ball. Yeah. He did. This is Blake two point. Oh who showed up? Yeah. So we're here to find out if Blake can keep up with Marky, Mark sparky, Mark, Mark, Mark sparking marking Mike Mark. Blakey? Fakey Blakey wasn't fake. Himself. I like steak he Blakey achey Blakey you. Oh, I didn't know you gopher milkshakes to like Nike Blakey that just wouldn't be now. It's easier. We had B LT's. No. You didn't. What did I eat? Oh, avocado, toast, basic be. I know ain't nothing wrong. With avocado toast in Canada with avocado. Oh, I've got I've gone otros. So okay. Tell me. Okay. First of all, I'm not grasping excitement..

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Noah Cyrus Gave Her Dad A Bong For His Birthday

Drew Garabo Live

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Noah Cyrus Gave Her Dad A Bong For His Birthday

"Billy Ray Cyrus we all? Know? Him because of the achey break your heart and he was one of the first. Famous people with a mullet He was like I I don't know anybody else is that documented that he was one of the first famous people the. Mullet I you find me in earlier enlisted in the mullet game than Billy Ray Cyrus and. I don't know? I'll give you. Something are. Price, asked because, I couldn't tell. You anybody who had a. Mullet. Before Billy Ray Cyrus had a mullet. The dude was. One of the first bullet guys so he his daughter is, dating Lil Zan is that right I think so Lil Zan yeah So these names so then they wanted to get him a Bong and some weed for his birthday for his birthday, and they did right, yes Noah Noah Cyrus I by the way I didn't even know there was a Noah Cyrus Noah Cyrus and her boyfriend so he's. Dating no not Miley this is where it got confusing for me because I know it typically. A boy's name? Noah Cyrus is. Billy Ray's. Daughter She. And her boyfriend Lil Zan Posted an, Instagram for his fifty seventh birthday Had to get data president, you dig happy day at Billy Ray Cyrus Lizanne captioned a photo of the guys holding up Bong. And joints No and little Zan who confirmed their, relationship earlier, this month may have also gotten Billy Ray, marijuana, as the photo shows a. Large vile of pot between the achey breaking hearts, singers. Legs Noah. Eighteen years. Old commented. On the pig hey the. Bond was? From me, you got him the pre rolls Lil Zan age twenty Twenty-one replied I. Know. Ain't love grab, that, is so cute is it I mean. I'm assuming the marijuana's legal where they. Are somebody's gotta medicinal marijuana card sure it's not like yeah you know. The gay. Billy Wright math, I think we should. Celebrate this. Aid they know how many times you get a gift that you don't want it sucks. Gives her stupid but look at that he can he looks. Very happy if my daughter was dating dating because I couldn't have a daughter my. Daughter, were dating a dude. With facial tattoos like that I would, need everything that you could put in that bomb to, cope with life well Billy as an artist so he. Supports the art so you you want to, put some facial tattoos on all good just treat my daughter with

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"achey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"achey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"We made the treadmill twice as. What so it takes a pulse space under your desk you, cannot walk, and use the whole, width of your desk meander around kind of like me. And we're going to walk and get a lot more you said. You wish you were going to bring what. I do come bureau shots in of this walking death I've got some great shots and come back out with a treadmill. Desk can do a shoot out in. The common area we also know. Half as most Fisher noser about five feet long so uses a lot of space behind, your desk which in a tight office situation is undesirable so we reform it. At the whole shape of the treadmill we engineered it to go. Extremely slow because when you're working at a. Desk you're not running you're not doing a workout you just want to keep your legs moving because if you stand I. Started out as a standing desk I found very quickly you, can't stand more than about ten. Fifteen minutes you're like start to. Get achey and the reasons your legs. Are getting they're not moving and you've got blood flow going down to, the legs it can't get back up to get Riach and you get. So ironically sending still outta dash. Is more tiring than walking that's. What. I found and that's science proves is that you can stand for about ten or fifteen minutes. And he started get leg fatigue there's no circulation and he's uncomfortable and that's. Why people start moving around they start putting their feet up the, end. Up going back to city but you can. Walk all day long and there's. No way key legs it's a fantastic, ruining calories thing awake staying focused in. Creative exactly now now just want. To caveat. That there are a lot of. Times I do pause the treadmill if I'm doing, very precise manual worker graphics on a computer. Or detailed spreadsheet there are times I'll hit removing up and. Down a little bit right we exactly you just want to hold its there, are times you, wanna pause so I don't. Walk all day long but I probably about. Sixty seventy percent it's, about making those micro commitments that's correct You don't have to do this thing for ten hours just start doing. A little bit and starts incrementally. Replace the amount of time sitting. With. Standing or walking that's right so I'll tell you my personal story Mark what happened to me. Is a friend of mine came to me wanted to build a treadmill desk. And I thought it was a silly idea I thought this whole, thing. With.

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"achey" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"achey" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"Yeah. It was a little achey I was kind of act out by. Did you know that they made a movie of this in? I want to say two thousand nine, no late with the same name? Yeah. And the cover is gorgeous. No. It is look at this cover first of all, scared. Now, why are they like forty three and blonde. I'm very upset by that. Yeah, me too. I, it's like I found. I mean, this is such a common so they're not identical yoga way non very different looking. Oh my God and like, yeah, and actually one of them. Yeah, she could loc- like maybe twenty five. And the other one definitely looks like she's sixty with a facelift forty-three. Same as forty. Yeah. Yeah. No. I mean, it's nuts. I, yeah. Yeah, there there is a widespread practice in books where even though the character is a person of color, the cover is definitely not yet. Like I found this wa book. From like the seventies at a used bookstore, and it was about a slave and the person on the as fully white, why? Yes. What? And why? Because they. Nervous about sewing. Cover Jesus Christ. Yeah. Yeah. And then so what's her name? Finally, does it Laurie. Finally, astral projects not wearing the protective eagle turquoise of people and not in the protection of the morning. Now, does it. Oh. Well, this is when she goes to the hospital where lead the like Silom or where whatever we're going to win. And then you know, just like happens upon to people who are telling the whole story of what happened. Yeah, convenience a little expository. Everyone's like it all began when she killed a bunch of people. She killed it. Yeah, and it was born out by the footprints and the second. What we don't need to get into it that what? No. No. So. She kills Catherine by her horse off a cliff. Very funny. All. Okay. Now that you wouldn't know it. Hooking her horse off a cliff, which is what happen, very horrifying prescription lands ashes her she, she leaves long enough to tell dad what happened that girls evil. She just she Astro projected at me with the horse. Which was crazy. Yeah, because she's so good. I should like the horse stayed there, and then it says like as low kept going and that freaked out the horse. Obviously anybody would be freaked out falls off a cliff. Any horse would be worse, would freak out could of course. Yeah. And then. So now Laurie Laurie got the whole story. She knows she knows that the reason she doesn't visited in the morning is because Leo's got a fake her way through like group therapy and Namdeb now. Right? And so she just sleeps the rest of the day. Right? And then she takes a look at sleeping Leah and his like, well, tough life. I guess I'm going to bounce. Yeah, it's like now, I know gotta go by. Yeah, goes back. Leah's inner, fuck and she can't get in Riley is in her body, walked Leah going nuts. She's eating dark meat, cheese, eating white meat was that she says, why are waiting dark meat? No, she says, why are you eating white meat? Is this a change? I wonder if the old version of the both silent members seeing dark mea, it's dark meat. She's eating dark me. Why are you guys dark God? You get to the bottom of this. I don't know where you're look. Yeah, no, it's definitely white. Meat says you pick up information like a vacuum cleaner mother said, is there anything you don't know about anybody? I don't know why lorries eating white meat said, make it is absolutely dark meat in demand. You look towards the end because then it says there was a moment of silence. The girl at the end of the table, paused with our forecast way to her mouth. Maybe she is eating lowered it and laid it on her plate in the dim light of the dancing candle flames could not read the expression in her eyes..

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Upper West, Diego and Staten Island discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Upper West, Diego and Staten Island discussed on 24 Hour News

"With a baby harness in blanket than getting back on the subway at chamber street without any of, that the baby's body was found Sunday afternoon on the banks of the East, River, Julia Papa, ten ten wins. News the woman from Australia was struck and killed as she was riding a bicycle on the Upper West. Side the

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"achey" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

That's a Thing?!

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"achey" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"About the eighties i know nothing about the eighties you know lots about the eighties but i know how there's an only heather's so the first thing on my list of things that are going to be on our play list is achey breaking heart and that's the other reason that we have we can't stop on there because we need cyrus achey ricky hard was billy ray cyrus bother of miley and the reason that i want that i brought it up so just symbolic backstory like i said i have i'm each about all this stuff i couldn't really remember anything so i asked my friends on facebook like what was happening in in the eighties and this one of the things that they reminded me of the literally forgot was how big a deal line dancing was do you know what line dancing yes because we have to do it for school so that's the ultimate that's like one more layer of your onion like when it becomes part of curricula when it becomes heard of curriculum its peak on cool and any kid who actually puts effort into it is we we that's not fair some people just want to do the teacher says those are good people suck up suck up word you're terrible anyway long before it was part of greg ulama was just a thing that people voluntarily did at down says and so when iggy break you heart or a cadillac ranch or some other kind of pup country thing came along then there was various dances where people would line up in in rows and do the moves in unison also are you gonna talk about electric slide i don't have that separately listed here.

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"achey" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

WNYC 820AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"achey" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

"Covering made of snakeskin in warm weather he likes to cruise the city as he'd done twenty years ago or maybe more except now he's alone and not with his friends as he been back then as if nothing has changed and the surprises that not really much has changed in certain parts of the city and off the largest streets in these drawn back always little expectant and curious to the old places for instance saint mary's church where they'd all gone and the grammar school next door and the half dozen houses his parents had rented while he and his brothers regret going up so we couldn't name their chronological sequence any longer and one or two of them have been remodeled glitzy fake brick citing and a big picture window so it's difficult to recognize the houses except by the way of the neighboring houses which are beginning to be unrecognizable to there's a variety store close by the school hardly changed at all where he parts to get a pack of lucky and just has he's leaving he runs into this woman jay achey he'd known in high school back before she was married and he was married and she's in tight shorts that show the swell of her buttocks and her small round stomach and a tank top blouse like a young girl would wear looking good with her fleshy smiling mouth and her eyes shadowed in silvery blue and her legs so long and trim though a little bunch she at the knees at first it almost seems shaky doesn't recognize him but then of course she does and they get to talking and laughing and it's clear she likes him looking at her like that asking him questions about his job and where he's living now since the divorce and what's his ex wife doing and then they get to talking about old friends in high school classmates guys he hung around with some of them they haven't seen or heard of emir.

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"achey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"achey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Covering made of snakeskin in warm weather he likes to cruise the city as he'd done twenty years ago or maybe more except now he's alone and not with his friends as he been back then as if nothing has changed and the surprises that not really much has changed in certain parts of the city and off the largest streets in these drawn back always little expectant and curious to the old places for instance saint mary's church where they'd all gone and the grammar school next door and the half dozen houses his parents had rented while he and his brothers regressing up so we couldn't name their chronological sequence any longer and one or two of them have been remodeled let's see fake brick citing and a big picture window so it's difficult to recognize the houses except by the way of the neighboring houses which are beginning to be unrecognizable to there's a variety store close by the school hardly changed at all where he parks to get a pack of lucky and just as he's leaving he runs into this woman jay achey he'd known in high school back before she was married and he was married and she's in tight shorts that show the swell of her buttocks and her small round stomach and a tank top blouse like a young girl would wear looking good with her fleshy smiling mouth and her eyes shadowed in silvery blue and her legs so long and trim though a little bunch she at the knees at first it almost seems shaky doesn't recognize him but then of course she does and they get to talking and laughing and it's clear she likes him looking at her like that asking him questions about his job and where he's living now since the divorce and what's his ex wife doing and then they get to talking about old friends in high school classmates guys he hung around with some of them they haven't seen or heard of emir.

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"achey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"achey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Two on two ounce mets three yankees one top five mats at the belt and fires inside karen hicks is it pretty cool story in terms of a guy that figured something out at the big league level the two one his foul play i mean he was a dude who there was a lot of talk those three years thirteen fourteen and fifties a first round pick it away for the twins thirteen fourteen fifteen with minnesota by the end chris they talked a lot about maybe you should stop switch hitting just go right handed i think in the back of everyone's mind was he gonna end up on the mound because of how well he throws the hardest throw from the outfield last year over one hundred five miles an hour pitch down in but as a yankee he's found some consistency especially with that left handed swing and now you're talking about a three fifty three on base which really plays any hits for some poppies got six home runs hitting right handed here's natural side mats the three two and that's inside ball for a walk and they're all loaded up for aaron judge look out this could be fun for aaron judge in the achey fans who are an ticipant right now on their feet and it should be a very loud it back judge wants to make sure he's the one that makes it loud with something off the barrel singing one of the things i find interesting with judge this year and he's in the middle of not great stretch but tonight for two i pitch swing rate is way down for him despite the fact that seeing the same amount of strikes here's the pit and that what he's inside missed off the inside part of the blade the pick a little cutter at all no strikes for judge now three for his last one game would want swing can give a yankees the league in there for a strike matt's very intent on working inside the judge he is commanding that part of the plate gloves side for the left the out there period and he's ready to go he wants to get after judge this'll be the twenty fifth pitch of the nfl for man's here comes swaying in a bouncer out too short then that one gets glove by cabrera's links to i in time and judges out for the third time tonight he's leaving loaded were midway.

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"achey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"achey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Is it achey lineup weather so stack i don't know the guy research would be getting away with how bad he wouldn't he wouldn't wouldn't have got away with his four for seventy two and gardner wouldn't have got away with how he played in april and half of may it's it's amazing how they bail each other out and it keeps the spotlight off of some of these disasters that have happened this year in terms of lengthy struggles but it won't last forever you know sanchez is struggle has been almost all year and it won't last forever where people ignore how bad is now under two hundred so it'll be interesting to see it's always the same pitchy outside inches off the plate i'm like what are you waiting close no you're right i mean i can't argue with you when he looks a lot of these guys especially judge in sanchez when they look bad they look bad i mean there there isn't a lot of inbetween there is not a lot of inbetween i guess spach my head on my god they got these videotapes they got all this fancy still lost up there and that is sal unfortunately you use the right term in terms of watching him right now gary sanchez does very much look lost at the plate and you watch his swing when he's on and you think to yourself he could never go through a slump like he's going through right now but the proof is right there in front of us and my assumption that he would never go through a slump like he's going through right now was wrong because he does look absolutely lost but when you're thirty two and nine and your last forty one games nobody's looking to point the finger simple as that john manhattan is next on the fan hi john hey chris how you do always listen great show thanks listen.

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"achey" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"achey" Discussed on Animal Radio

"That are already achey and having some problems but it's funny you say that because after she did have acl surgery about five six years ago afterwards i would put a harness fonda we have a big pool so that's in grumble i would put a harness on her and leash and i would walk around the pool has she been you know and i did that for therapy so he's not a she likes to get into the water she'll get in on the steps so you know feels good tour and when we have a lot of you know hot summer days which we do here yeah definitely and it is so important and i i hate to say that you know you shouldn't walk your senior pet if they have arthritis or hip problems because it really can make a difference to keeping some of those pets mobile into their very senior senior year so i'm just happy you some good sense with that right yeah because that's i have parts registry so i i know i i but i go to the gym regularly so even though it's not a lot and there are certain things that are better than others like swimming very good but i i just trying to every possible thing i can so that she's you know not in pain and cheese i has she has been rough it all her life except for the last couple of years she hasn't been able to her stomach is more sensitive though i cook for her so she's been on an excellent i think that's probably one of the reasons why she sold the property that sounds like you're definitely attentive mom number one so i i applaud you on that so thank you for your call we appreciate your calling into radio thank you very much this portion of annibale radio is underwritten by brilliant pad brilliant pat is proud to support the animal shelter and rescue.

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"achey" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"achey" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Know how you to zoo everything that don't make sense a bush walks vox hunter hayes love song it is hunter hayes wow okay everything that's green girl one decide the math sandra one two all right here right now amy one one one eddie zero goodness all right song number three name that tune amy achey break he heart billy ray cyrus wrecked lunchbox go ahead love songs now it's incorrect you missed out on there here we go ready number four amy won't leave you now lady antebellum on the news you got to ring in your name eddie yeah if you get back in if you missed it yes i do are you one hundred percent he gets have it go ahead you're all breakup songs come on achey breaking needs you now love no that's not right it's about okay all right here we go one final song amy i believe already won and clinched it but here we go last song action amy.

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Matt Harvey loses spot in New York Mets starting rotation

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Matt Harvey loses spot in New York Mets starting rotation

"Sports radio sixty six on a saturday morning and the greatest city ever created how the heck are you evan roberts for the next two and a half hours until new york e achey baseball's the steak on jay's gallo and lougee they're doing all the hard work we'll talk to you for the next two and a half hours he's forty yesterday on this radio station and certainly on the midday show we spent a lot of time talking about matt harvey a lot of time figuring out what's wrong with matt harvey a lot of time figuring out what to do with matt harvey matt harvey was the big story yesterday and here's the cold hard reality the reality is the new york yankees needs sunny gray more than the new york mets need matt harvey at this point at this point when you look at these two teams in the way they're built and the way other guys in the rotation are throwing right now the yankees need sunny gray more than that's me mets need matt harvey the mets could easily say all right matt you're going to the bullpen and jason vargas can take that spot we'll see what zack wheeler can do and we'll see if stephen matts can put together a solid year but when you look at the new york yankees and this is the thing the last couple of days we've taken a lot of phone calls from yankee fans ripping brian cashman say how it brian cashman not add another starting pitcher and i'm not saying you're wrong if you suggest that clearly with the season garrett cole is off to the achey is look bad that they didn't trade for garrett cole absolutely not disagreeing with the statement but even if the traded for garrett cole even if the.

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"achey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"achey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Here in kurdistan on newstalk achey wto news break was raul castro planning to step down a hand over the country's leadership to a younger successor abc's serena marshall is following the developments in cuba wants the general assembly meets and votes they will select a new president and it happens the same day they don't wait for a big inauguration the way we do it'll immediately transfer power to the new president who's voted on now we expect that president to be the current and first vice president miguel diaz canal a student has been arrested for bringing an unloaded gun the park vista high school today the district's that the message to parents informing them of the incident the principal said his staff observed the student behaving in an odd manner they searched his backpack and found the gun the student is in police custody a nationwide search now for women known as losing streak lois a gambling addict to local authorities suspected of killing her husband and minnesota and another woman weeks later in florida in a likely bid to steal her identity police say fifty six year old lowest reese of minnesota stole the woman's car driving to corpus christi texas where the trail has now gone cold go to our website fifty w f t l dot com to see pictures of lois reese the trump white house will be represented at the funeral of former first lady barbara bush first lady melania trump plans sutan funeral for barbara bush this weekend a spokeswoman says mrs trump intends to pay respects to the former first lady and the entire family barbara bush passed away tuesday at the age of ninety two the public will have the chance to say a final goodbye on friday there will be a private funeral saturday and mrs bush will be buried in college station at her husband's presidential library on the campus of texas am university lisa carter of course the president and first lady are entertaining the prime minister of japan and his wife at maralago this week and you have an extra day to file your taxes the irs taking steps after major technical glitch in next update at two o'clock i'm karen curtis stay connected news anytime at eight fifty wt l dot com privacy richly what's coming up next.

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"achey" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"achey" Discussed on WRVA

"We talked about a new segment called as seen on tv okay i was now whether the reasons i always made fun of it was because i don't run never liked to run never understood running people like oh you get so euphoric and i'm like i get that from climbing a flight of stairs most the time so i don't need it and then you know as i got older it wasn't that i didn't like to run just the fact that i couldn't i used to laugh yeah yeah i only run except when chased these days with with the way my knees and hips ville here the way i'm feeling run i've i've someone chased me i would just like okay just turns like okay let's just do this whatever you want you wanna fight or you whatever you want to do but you're not chasing me because i'm not running away but i've been listening to people that have been training for this thing and a lot of our guys older than me and they just decided either for themselves which was mostly actually wasn't the case most of the time they got into the training for this thing for someone else and you know i'm one of those people like oh you should do things for yourself you know if you're going to get healthy get healthy for you you know what there's something to be said for the motivation of someone that you care about then the cares about you saying i'd like you to get a little healthier so i'm gonna say good on you for those people out there that are going out there to do the ten k awesome for those of you they're doing it for the first time i'm pretty sure i saw that kirk achey is going to run or at least he's going to participate any monument.

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"achey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"achey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On what measures the allies intend to take if they end up serving as the military arm of the opposition then we're making the same mistake we made in iraq in two thousand and three and especially in libya in two thousand eleven and we shouldn't do that mp julian lewis is chairman of the house of commons defence select committee thank you sir you're welcome this is npr news coming up you'll hear about a new album and you'll hear from singer songwriter john pride that's ahead on morning edition in the next segment thank achey weedy public radio this is michael state good morning at four fifty ten before five or reminder about you keeping the public in public radio by your participation in perspectives that's our series of great daily listener commentaries we're inviting you to share your thoughts on a topic of particular interest with other listeners in the san francisco bay area sacramento and throughout northern california for info about how to provide a perspective simply go to our website k q e d dot org slash perspectives or call our perspectives editor mark trot lines area code four one five five five three twenty one zero eight four one five five three two one zero eight.

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"achey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"achey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Get my back scenes you guys really about so liquor is that for real yes so b capital can if you're gem fo because not have back saying last call that i call her what's your name from where are you calling i'm tori from chicago tori which question hi angie achey and i was wondering wins the loud just joking him i love you girl let it be a wig let it be a fabulous wig what your question the question is for eighteen i was wondering when was the last time talk to ti and are you cool with tiny the thing the expatriate oh yeah i love tiny and i love i love to the thing is we just kind of out i'll business came to an end and that was it but there's no bad blood genuinely and i really love i really love tiny because she's just my girl she's just when was the last time spoke to him would have been a little over a year ago i saw him right before new year's in la the 2017 no twenty sixteen going into two thousand seventeen and we went to an end pack concert together and busta rhymes was there was lost the last time i saw him so oh good vibes yeah very good real as their daughter's birthday party i haven't seen her since she was she's like we grow real at five o'clock this morning times i guess love it i wanna thank iggy azalea single savior.

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