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"adad" Discussed on The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller

The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"adad" Discussed on The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller

"Dad. I want you to have my wedding album pastor. So i can do that officiate. The wedding by what she talked about she wasn't just about me officiating the wedding vows and so on which was enough but of course as the father of the bride. She wanted me to walk her down the aisle and she also wanted me to give the father of the bride speech at the reception and To also to Have a father daughter dance with her at the reception on all those things it'd be expected but for some reason it just scared me to death in fact the image ahead in my mind. I'm not sure why. I got this from is did not want to become a dad. Zillah adad zillah. Maybe you've i. Apparently i just had washed or something about bridezillas. You know these brides. Who and i've worked with a few folks like that brides. Who are really hard to get along with and kind of mess up the wedding for everybody else. Because they're so demanding or they're so self-absorbed or they just make life painful for everybody else and that came to my mind. I do not want it. Of course i remembered my my daughter was all about and how i guess flashback to me her as a little girl and all the things we experienced together because i spent some time as a single dad to her her mom and i went through a difficult divorce and there is some pressures in all kinds of ways and parenting and single dead and getting remarried and all the things that came along with that and a lot of that stuck in rushing back when she asked me to perform the ceremony and all the other parts but for some reason i had. This is going to be a dad's he'll i was going to ruin everything because she said that she wanted us to be the best day of her life. And i'll be darned if i would you know everything in my power for make it happen but i had in my mind that i was gonna trip down the aisle going down the aisle that i was going to mess up the Mess up the vows..

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The Beauty of Not Knowing

Secular Buddhism

02:30 min | 10 months ago

The Beauty of Not Knowing

"In his book the compass of zen zen master singson said. I do not teach buddhism. I only teach don't know this is a quote that i like And i want to share some thoughts regarding this notion of. Don't know what does that mean. I only teach know not knowing the beauty of not knowing arises when we understand that reality as a complete picture is unknowable. I because it's always changing and second because we are limited in our perspective of where we stand in terms of space and time and this is tot with the story and buddhism the story of the six blind men and the elephant which i've brought up multiple times on the podcast where you have six blind men trying to describe an elephant and they're all describing different parts of the elephant and none of them can give an accurate picture of the whole elephant because they're limited with where they stand right. I if i'm standing at the foot versus at the back versus the front versus sitting on top of versus standing under. You know the what. I what i perceive and what i'm going to describe that i'm perceiving is different than what someone else will be experiencing at a different part of the elephant and the key teaching with the six blind men and the elephant is the understanding that nobody has the full picture. And that's how reality is reality in. General is a picture that can't be seen as a whole. It's just literally impossible for example. I know what it's like to be me living and two thousand twenty one To be a male of forty two years of age. I know what it's like to be a parent. I know everything that i perceive is based on where i am in space and time and the interdependent connections of all the things that make me what i am right now. I know what it is to be a twin. I know it is to be a a brother A son adad. You know all of these things but that's in today's day and age. I don't know what it's like to be someone who lived in the middle ages or someone who lived You know. I don't know hundred two hundred thousand years ago. I don't know what that would have been like. I can imagine. But i can't

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"adad" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

Raw Talk Podcast

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"adad" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

"Of helping people to understand and adapt both to the medical psychological and familial implications of genetic disease. That process usually involve number of things but first of all interpretation of the family and medical history in order to assess the chance of having a genetic condition or passing it on to your children education to patients and families about the inheritance the testing options management and prevention as well as resources and maybe research opportunities for individuals based on that finding the counseling part of genetics is to help families adapt to a diagnosis or to a risk of diagnosis and make informed decisions. But both breath testing or preventive options screening. We ask stacy why individuals or families would be referred to genetic counselor specifically in pediatrics children. If we focus on pediatrics often. Were seeing families with new genetic diagnosis to help them. Adapt to that diagnosis understand. What's going on with their child and then provide information about recurrence risk of whether that could happen again nine any testing options that might be available for them their future children or their family extended family. Sometimes we see individuals with unclear genetic testing results. Someone may have genetic testing results. But it's not clear whether or not that's causing the condition into genetic counselors can help interpreter try to do further testing in the family to try to clarify genetic results that are not certain that are uncertain pediatrics. Genetic counselors can spend some time talking to youth about their own genetic conditions. What that means. How what that means. For their health their future health and reproductive health empowering youths to understand their own genetic condition and be empowered as they go forward into adult care. What does a typical session look like in genetic counseling appointment for a new family. The typical start to a session would be understanding. Having a discussion of whether the family understands why they're being seen for tonight counseling because sometimes it's aside or it's not quite clear to families why they're coming to genetics in the first place. Sometimes it can be quite scary for families. A lot of the initial discussion is to understand what their understandings are. What their perceptions of the appointment are what their main questions are for the counselor to be able to explain to the patient family. What their goals are your kind of goal setting at the beginning. What are the patient goals. And what are your goals in how you meet those goals together. It also gives counselors opportunity to understand the patient's perspective and where they're coming from to be able to gauge where to start the discussion. A family has a very good understanding genetics. You're going to start at a different spot than a family. Who doesn't have any clue why there and testing may be offered or done. It's all about goal setting at the beginning and understanding where they're coming from in genetics. Raffin ticket family history. Because obviously we want to be sure that we're talking about where collecting all of the family history information that might be valuable. For the assessment. There might be discussion of basic genetic concepts like genes chromosomes dna. What genetic testing is and the types of results you can get from. genetic testing. Many people come to genetics because they want genetic testing to rule out a condition which unfortunately is not very good at currently. We are very clear with families that we might get a positive and negative or a uncertain result. Having that clear discussion in a dance is important for families. Understand what types of results could be obtained afterward we obtained consent for genetic testing so written consent is usually required genetic testing currently. We're doing everything virtually so virtual consent but certainly a consent so that families understand what they're getting into before testing his initiated. Make a plan for follow up in the follow up. The results session reviews kind of the basics. Required that you did. In the first session overview of the result in a really an explanation of those results mean in whatever category you fall into. Certainly if it's positive we talk a lot about what that means for the family in the child and discuss the condition in the prognosis. And if there's any referrals that needs to be done to other specialties. Or other services and try to release support the family in providing the amount of information that they want about the diagnosis and any other resources or supports that might be valuable connection to support groups connection to other families. The same condition and newly diagnosed. Genetic condition could take a huge toll on families especially when the diagnosis affects a child stacey shares with us some common challenges that families face when undergoing genetic diagnosis. One of the biggest things is uncertainty. Because it's your families are provided with a genetic diagnosis and maybe a spectrum of where kids might fall within that medical spectrum but the uncertainty of not knowing. What will happen for your child or what might happen is very scary for parents. I try to normalize that with in the context of any child. We don't have a crystal ball to know exactly what's going to happen but i think for families where children have identified with concerns. It's much more scary to not know the trajectory that that might play for their tall. And what kind of concerns might come up in the future. So i think that probably is the biggest thing sometimes. It's very hard for families to accept a diagnosis into except that their child will loppy. Puerto quit typical. That can be very hard. And certainly i have spent time with families where the diagnosis is significantly challenging in the context of it's not it will shorten the lifespan of child. So they those families enter into a period of what's called anticipatory grief. Because you anticipate that at some point you will lose your child and that's a very hard journey for families. Receiving genetic diagnosis sounds like an incredibly emotional journey for families. Despite this are there benefits to undergoing genetic testing and obtaining a result. I think from genetic testing perspective. There are definitely all of those things. So i think for families sometimes obtaining genetic diagnosis provides a great relief. So there's lots of literature out the distress families go through in this diagnostic odyssey to try to find an answer for their child's edition. And certainly finding an answer can provide a lot of benefit even if it doesn't change. The management helping genetic diagnosis doesn't change what the family has already been doing. The medical staff is already been doing but it really does seem to improve families comfort to have a name to be able to to give advocate based on that condition as well as to know that they're not missing something that would change the trajectory their child. If you don't know what your child has. You can't be for sure that you're not missing something. The diagnosis really does help that for families. And i'm sure it helps in adult as well. There are significant impacts that can be obtained from predicted testing in areas where we can ensure that individuals receive treatment at advance to prevent further complications. Cardiology is a good. There are conditions where families can have this fatal rhythm problem but if you know in advance you can have interventions in. There's a lot of relate importance health scenarios where you can make a difference with genetic test adad said to me once that it just gave him threat of hope to follow in the future to know that there are other either scientists or families that are working on potentially trying to come up with the intervention for his child's condition. In at least to know you're on the right road. As opposed to not knowing what road.

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The Traders Journey: Tall Poppy Syndrome

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

The Traders Journey: Tall Poppy Syndrome

"Today i it a go into. I guess covering what many of you will either be going through now or have been going through a we wile and some of you. Well this'll be completely if you're looking to venture into The markets and that is the the nice is they are out there. They've very powerful their voices because they love to Bring you back. They lie back. I mean what we call it in. Australia's told poppy syndrome. People don't like to see people moving outside of this social group and moving onto bigger and better things is must just be that we wide to fill good around the people that we're with. That are the siamese us for some bizarre reason the point they're trying to make his. You have people that are going to call you crazy right. I know i did when i left. Noosa heads which is where i was from. I went and distant travel new zealand for wall. Did a few bits and pieces like that but still hadn't really worked at exactly what it was. I wanted to do trading. It always bain day except for authorized to be stockbroker bunch of different things and then i went to london and i don striding to try to pretty much as soon as i got that. You're not long sort of settling in his filing needle trading and trying man. I had the opportunity to take over the family business. That's builder no certainly would would've make pretty sweet law business on lovely part of the world and it was all already sort of set off to walk into the hard work of building. The business had already been done to to a certain degree. Where could just walk in. And you know well. He went but i went to my path. I decided to trade index get involved in the markets mainly because i saw how much stress and how hot it was to manage the logic finding now that i do have a growing team now. I did like the idea that i could just try from anywhere in the world and effectively. You sort of leave. The lot that i wanted to live now works really well in my early twenty also mid mid twenties probably when it started actually work actually be okay at it and then leading into about twenty nine twenty eight to have my daughter in sydney. He was a pretty simple pretty cruzi. Lost once i got the hang of the tried again but the whole point was it took a lot of work to get to that stage. And you can have these people saying house trading going like as if they're expecting you to file they want you to file they're expecting you to fall on your face not be success worth. You're going to have to deal with these people and the hottest point in which you're gonna have to deal with them when you're actually do start to have a bit of a poor run because you're going to have one we we all do i. It's just part of growing up as a traitor. Suppose that you will have these periods of time where you do great that you do question yourself and you might even want to give up key. Jeez i i was close to giving up plenty of times but you know it did drive me. It was the fact that you know for me. When i said i wasn't going to take over the family business after having said that i would when i was like sixteen or something was the thought my dad'll why don't care what you do. Just just do it. Well be the best status now claiming to be the best at trading but the message was just be really good. Do the best you possibly. Can you know to me. Froude do the right thing and they good at it now. That message in my head. Everytime i thought of giving out it was simply put in my head. That was look. You gotta adad you go to this self. You got to prove that you can do this you you you. You know you can do this. Don't give up because if you give up now then are you a quitter or someone who's going to follow throat and i kept going on a kept guyana. Kept going when you have those feelings of down and you have the people in the back of your mind. Lucky ahead or in front of your face saying has trading going and egging. You want to file. This is where you need to have that really really strong resolve. Because yeah you know if you've got the audacity to live the life that you want to live and you're going to have some struggles and gonna have some people that are gonna say all sorts of crap to you. Let me tell you from someone who's on the other side of the trading spectrum. I'm still trying to learn a lot more in the business world and doing what. I'm doing it demand but you know from the things you put the work in the rewards. I worth it. You just need to keep yourself in that position where people don't affect you so determined to achieve what you set out to achieve that nothing will get in your way so there are going to be people out there that are gonna pull you back. Don't listen to them and if you are going to listen to them use that as fuel for the fodder drive you ford to be the best you possibly can because there would be nothing sweeter than one day you saying. How's he going and i said what. Are you talking about. Just quick mind. Because i've tried full-time young for surf in these sorts of things. Not that you want to be rude. Twenty buddy but you know it would feel if you had to go back to those paper and basically say tell just say i did it. I'm here mall office. Awesome took some time. It took a lot of f it a lot of work. And i'm still working to stay there but i've done it have a good day

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Fed adopts new inflation strategy, widely seen as leading to easier policy

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Fed adopts new inflation strategy, widely seen as leading to easier policy

"We would be remiss if we did not mention a big speech coming tomorrow from Fed Chair J. Paul the Title Monetary Policy Framework Review. Is I think we can all agree Adad Dry. What it's going to mean in real life though says economists Tim Dewey at the University of Oregon. In dry at all, my expectation is the Fed's going to basically loosen up how they've been thinking about their a two percent inflation target. Specifically, the Fed will actually try to overshoot the two percent target a little bit to make up for periods of undershooting the two percent target, and that's a big deal because central bankers today are still really really leery of inflation flashing back as they do to the nineteen seventies and Paul Volcker and a prime rate of twenty one and a half percent. But. What is this speech going to mean for you and me where you're gonNA notice a difference as maybe over the longer run like in this recovery, the federal probably won't raise interest rates as early as it did in the previous recovery. So maybe as a result of that, the recovery is a little bit faster and that would mean Jonah that rumour quickly that wages that grew more quickly and then maybe inflation was a little bit higher. And as often happens with the Fed Powell merely talking about higher inflation could just nudge the economy all by itself even the expectation that policy will be easier for longer could actually induce some of us to take economic activity now because it improves your confidence about the future. Tim Dewey at the university, of Oregon, there with the set of J. Pals big speech tomorrow on inflation. It's all virtual. By the way the Fed conference tomorrow, you can watch pal speech sued use. Should you so choose go to the Kansas City Fed's youtube site YouTube dot com slash Kansas City Fed.

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"adad" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"adad" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"In my by family on the peripheral in my life, I got married into that but Ryland is a is going to be a genius Alabama by youngest abby is a just finished her freshman year at University of Colorado and as a parent tried to instill that I grew up very much like your father in that I put myself through Undergrad I had to work I mean I cut grass when I was thirteen I, started mowing yards My Dad was very much the time it's like if you want something you can work for it and that was just how I grew up in. It sounds like I can relate to your father in that scenario as parents though I have found it. Terribly challenging to to you want to shield your children from some of the stuff that bet you're it back. Oh Yeah. It was really hard and I just don't want you to have to go through that but I want you to I want you to benefit from the lessons of it I. Guess That's the best way to put it. So what are some examples me educate me as a daughter to Adad of daughters you know how did your parents? Instill in you the hard work as it because Your Dad's very successful I, notice about about him both as an athlete as as a as a professional as in your chosen line of work. So what are some things that they did as a young age to teach you to have to even though you may have grown up with more than him but have distil work hard it had that passion had that ambition whether some lessons as like directly impacted your grown up. Yeah. That's a great question well, being the oldest of four. You Know My dad jokes that when you go from kids to three, you go friend Manda Manda zone coverage and. So ever since I can remember you know being. A young girl I was helping with around the house. So it was very much a team mentality of you know it takes all hands on deck this family to run, and so I would say, just the doctor they gave us task than in household chores in just about expectations. We get allowance got to learn you know the value earning your money and really experiencing the fruits of your labor. We were expected to make our beds every day, and we didn't make our beds. Then we would get docked on our lots and nobody wants to have a dollar a day taken away from their allowance, and so what do you do that every day so I still think that every day and so just having Canada's Values instilled in me from literally the age of two three or four years old and really is a part of my core, and then I would say to I, think some of the other things that come to mind are. We still don't about this, but my dad never let me get it for the patient trophy reports. You know he was like if you win a tournament or you know you actually win something special than you can get a trophy, but my daughter is not going to get a patient trophy I showing up and doing what expected because kids shouldn't get an out of way for you know just doing the bare minimum, right? So. Quick. I'm gotTA. Tell you grow up the girls would if they were sitting here to tell you that we always called it the thanks for coming out award. Anything, other first or second we would say yeah, it's the thanks for coming out award. We don't want it. It's it's you know we don't. Say That we collect the thanks for. Exactly. The other thing that I am so thankful. So I have such Fond Memories of my head coaching sports..

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"adad" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

Brewsing Banter

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"adad" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

"Powerful. Her album. She's got album coming out in December malicious. Laugh? Yeah and it's on apple is on apple two I don't know any of the if it can be released I just looked at her last album was two, thousand six. She had these four year gas because before that on fire was thousands. Well. So I'm like looking at her little. Her you know her. and. I'm like I'm that come out every two three or four years. Make it big right. Right and you make the album what she wanted to be take your time Russia. Kiesel. Things and. Lights. And I liked that. Jury. National. It called tonight where that song. Home. Man. He. Who? Was a teenage love affair tenant. As a bagger clue. That's back when she first came out that was. Is. that. Yes. That's not. A Gaffe that that's. All the way. What kind of sued the Lazy Person Wear? loafers. That's funny because I bought some soon for shoes also suits for a drug dealer. Day. Why can't a nosebleed? UAE. Foot you're. Active. In the snow. And the snow. Yes. Prince. I didn't know where this is going I going with. This. I. Thought about putting too I like that. You look for French. That's good data. What. What the Delaware? But the what what did all away? Delaware. With, the Delaware, the Delaware I think. It was a New Jersey, but Alaska ask. But I'll Aska. I. What happens when an artist has trouble finding inspiration? What has. She draws a blank. Abbey fathers everybody. Know Paul this is. Shit Yo. A. Concert fifties what concert cost just forty five sets. Fifty featuring nickelback. Was Good. That was good though. You lose your phone you lose your wallet at Least Still Got Your keys. Hey these you still. On that's. Unthinkable. That's my join us. That's what it's called but. When build an Igloo? Built his house. Once On vk. I gave it away. Guzzi together. When does a? Joke will come Adad joke. Own. When it's apparent. Did, a bucket horrible. But. Terrible. Only, because they're stupid. About. Why.

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"adad" Discussed on Bad Boys

Bad Boys

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"adad" Discussed on Bad Boys

"And I realized the what this guy had done is. He heard me coming so he. He was already in the car so he'd closed the car door and locked the car also. He was actually in the car. Oh well I'm walking around scary scary stuff. Imagine if I had if I had a I had a torch and seen him would scare the shit out of me. That's been things happen. Yeah that's when that's when the real stuff happens and and these guys we telling me the story that I said I used to know. Go and do these invasions but sometimes drag somebody else along. Yeah who is a friend of a friend or know y'all albeit on that and he they realize it soon you need to trust and know who you're going in doing these invasions because you don't know what sort of character they are. And he said there was one particular one they went to and this is like they got caught for this body and there were serving some a stretch of time waiting to this house. And it's it's a guy when you're hyman you're disturbed. That's the there is the problem. Yeah it's almost like if your homes getting invited at staying room and shut up. Yeah Yeah truly because when you come out to then I want to defend my harm. Things go south so they come out. Though in this house and the the parents Adad was disturbed. So He's coming out and obviously you know. What are you doing in my house? This jerk that was with these guys pulled in all I found in stabbed. The dead money actually stabbed him like a number of times so they all got court into a dark day. Didn't get for the stabbing but that will part of that whole crew so or convicted of Being part of the crime the crime the dead he survived but their in laws that issue if you catch them in the act. It's been because if you if you if you decide to defend you like same before if you decide to defend yourself then you're the one that actually ends up like the place charge you because let's say the dead actually the north of the guy and stabbed him and killed him other than the dead goes to prison because he killed somebody. Yeah where's the justice in that I mean like if someone stepped into into my Heim I would do whatever it took to protect them. Yeah not a lot I'm not.

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"adad" Discussed on Orville R. Beckford Ministries Podcast: "GRACE WITHOUT BORDERS!"

Orville R. Beckford Ministries Podcast: "GRACE WITHOUT BORDERS!"

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"adad" Discussed on Orville R. Beckford Ministries Podcast: "GRACE WITHOUT BORDERS!"

"Of the synonyms for examination is inspection tests survey and investigation and those speak for themselves. You know what attests can show. What inspection shows what a survey does but an investigation does investigation causes us to this cover things we never know existed? We never know that there were there but as we attract by as we speak to one person are we look at one thing to the other then we end up finding out things. We didn't know that things that were there. That's why the Apostle said do an examination not the simpler reflection and examination examination goes deeper than a reflection often after an examination. There is a diagnosis. And Adad Moses assists tells me what is happening. What is going on with me and after a diagnosis then there is a problem? Noses apprentice it. What needs to be done to meet correction what needs to be done to remedy the situation that we can turn around or at least we can out and minimize the effect? Not that it will have. We can slow it down so it can Be reversed or at least put it on pause but at least we know why is there so we can know how to treat it. We use the natural things to understand spiritual things and just like we can go to the doctor and we realized that cholesterol is too high or sugar and all these things are a blood. Pressure's too high and what we need to do to change your diet. Stop eating eighteen too much salt too much sugar too much too much starch etc etc etc.. When you make an examination we do an examination? Understand what's going on. Then we meet the appropriate adjustment. And that's why the Apostle Paul says do spritual assessment is time for a checkup. It's time for a checkup. It's time for a checkup. We need to come to the great physician. We need to look at ourselves to the lens of his word. We need a look at ourselves. Chew Them Spirits Miro and the spritz mural alongside with the word of God the manual that tells us about his functional should function spiritually really when we do the examination the policies we find out if we are still in the faith and my friends. When we you make the diagnosis we figure what the prognosis in? By the help of God we will get better Hallelujah Alleluia. One will fail to personal assessment often. Just fall off the cliff just like it is naturally relief physically so it is spiritually. That's why we are encouraged to the regular checkup or own physicians. Many people only go all to the doctor when they realized they can't move when they can swallow when they can't sleep whether having consistent headache when the knees are a hurting heart rate is developed to the extent where we can't move. We can't go up the steps that's been sometimes we go when it's too late when we find these NAMSAN brats. We can't breathe freely sometimes friends. It's a little too late for some but let's do a checkup now so that we can find out if there is something we need that needs remedy wanted to change my action. My attitude my way of thinking my way of living of communicating my way of responding my way of retaliating. Donate a chick attitude. Do I need to check my temperament the need to check why I'm so impatient. I'm so easily agitated why. I'm so easily angry. Examine myself to discover what. What is the triggering point? What's causing me to act in this manner? Why am I to emotionally? Driven is something that is psychologically affecting me is something that that in my life in my past that triggers these actions. That's why self self examination is important. Many people only go the doctor said when it's too late only to find out sometimes. There is something terminal final going on in the inside and God forbid that would happen to us in the natural. God forbid it what happened to us in the spiritual. That's why it. It is important to do these check ups and follow ups my friends so that we can know what to do and what not to do. And what's best do but our own health spiritually and likewise physically. It is important to do. ooh that checkup. We could have been treated and had made if we had made an early discovery. And that's why examining ourselves occasionally occasionally means every now and then to see whether we are still in the faith and abiding onto the grace and direction direction of God's words if you have a vehicle and don't check the oil. The brake fluid the antifreeze. Steering Fluid Windshield Washer. You will undoubtedly doubtedly find yourself stranded if not badly hurt and God forbid killed because of not doing. What's what's necessary to keep the vehicle On the road for it to function an operate up to the The the builders intent these things are important in the natural and we are in this pretrial. Don't spend your time name on others and leave. What yourselves a positive positive? Take heed to myself less than preaching others myself. Become a a castaway I take to myself. I don't look for others only but I look out for myself. Imagine a doctor only spending all of. He's a hard time doing colonoscopy for others while their own Hollins is being blocked. The oil collins are being blocked with polyps polyps on flights. We are reminded on every flight that we take especially if we have seniors and young ones traveling with us we are encouraged. If there there is a need for oxygen the oxygen mask comes down than if you are carrying people who depend on you to help them they said I just put your oxygen mask on so that you can effectively help others if we are not healthy. It's going to be difficult to really help others. That's important for us to do my friends. Why when when you are okay your ability to help others grows dramatic Kelly letterman examine himself? It is time I'm for a checkup. It is time for a checkup and I know we have checked others ever so often and sometimes we leave ourselves not checked up. So let's stand before the Mirror of God News God's words us as a means and the source of evaluating and assessing where we are probably the ask. We're without so a young man. Cleanses is is we're by taking hitherto according to God's Word Not that the Holy Spirit is right over our shoulders looking at what we are taking off as something that needs to be removed. Something that should not be in. My life examination helps us to make discovery we value today. When was the last time that you take the time to one examination? Let's reflect on that because I want to include myself and was the last time that we deliberately not not waiting until we go to church and here sermon. Somebody sings but when was the last time that you take a timeout to see. I want to assess where I am spiritually. I want to assess. We're I am now computer where I was last year. Have I grown. How'd I made strides of I become more spiritually mature or am I still where I was last year? Am I still easily easily irritated as I was last year or five years ago. Do I still get angry like I used to do. I still have a bad attitude can can I take temptations and challenges. Am I able to resist the devil now. More than I was able to a few years ago our months weeks ago come I in a better position. Addition now has my testimony grown. Have I have my faith increase. I'm doing better now than I was while ago. How by declined I have? I gotten worst. That's why self-examination is important my friends and my hope today that you we all of us will turn the light on ourselves. Stand before the Mirror of God's word with the Holy Spirit looking in our hearts and speaking to our consciences and is telling us you know exactly exactly where you are because now that you have taken the time to examine yourself you see exactly where you are falling short you can reflect on what this has been saying and it's time to make a change. Fateful harnessed dedicated. Good worshipers and the examination comes you tell us the result says I'm fateful. The results says I am honest. The results as I am dedicated to God their results as I'm a good worshiper are the goods. The result says I am about biter. I has sold scored. It says I pray regularly. It says I'm good title. It says I'm truthful. It says I'm malicious. I am envious. I have strife I lust after the wrong things I hate it says I am a peacemaker. The examination will say I how spiritual strength I have overcome battles. Yes I am a winner and I am not a loser. I am not a quitter. I am more than conqueror through him. Who knows me? It's time for a checkup. Don't leave this podcast without making a decision. I need a checkup stand. Before God's mirrow listen to the Holy Spirit take a look at his word. Listen to your conscience and determine where.

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Truth vs. Lies; Teeth

Pants On Fire

09:00 min | 2 years ago

Truth vs. Lies; Teeth

"To pants on. Fire the game show where kids choose between the clean and strong Enamel Komo of truth. And the Media Rosen of lies. I'm your host Deborah Goldstein and in the studio today is our sound Effects Robot Lisa which fans live in studio audience to multiple the total fooled by three. Why are you doing math? I just introduced you. Yes I know live and Studio Yada Yada Yada. I am busy calculating how many vacation days I've earned so I can take a trip to Nigeria to meet my new friend of the prince. Wait a minute would you say I've earned three weeks vacation days. I need lots of time off. The prince wants to show in his palace in his private yacht and his chocolate factory. I promise you'll be able to take lots of vacation but you may not want to go to Nigeria. After we have a little talk about scammers ars so in the meantime don't put any flights and please just tell us how our game works. Every week we bring onto grownups. One is an expert the other UH wait for it. You're going to be scared. You're going to be confused a liar and it's the job of a human child to help us figure out who was soon because no one can spot. What a liar better than a kid? We are lying about teeth hard. Bony structures in the jaw that humans used for chewing and animals animals also use as weapons Lisa. How're robot teeth made? I'm glad you asked robot. Teeth are made from carefully carved coursing and they are programmed to grow until they fall out and then we leave our baby robot teeth under our pillows for the robot tooth fairy. WHO takes our teeth in exchange for a shiny China transistor? Wow that's kinda like humans except we usually get treated or cash in exchange for our baby teeth super weird. You don't get transistors no we. We don't don't get we don't think so. We're going to find out more about teeth in a little bit but first why don't you introduce. Our contestants are human child contest. I is an eight year old. WHO LOVES MOROCCAN COOKIES WITH MINT? Tea Zohar Tar Hara. Welcome to tire I are you. Are you good good. I am well. Thank you for asking that so polite. So I understand from the introduction that you like Moroccan cookies. What a Moroccan cookies tastes like? They're kind of plain. But then when you have them with minty taste really good because you get to diplocay thin the not so you would recommend that combination. We should probably take twenty or thirty minute break and a bunch of cookies. I thought you were going to say we should go to Morocco. Oh So oh you know what I have to go to Nigeria Morocco's nearby no definitely not We want to know more fun. Facts about user Hara okay. But we're going to do do it with a game that we call to truth and ally. Are you ready. You're gonNA tell three facts but two of those facts are going to be true and one is going to be a lie and we you have to guess which one is the lie okay. Let's see how good she is at this all right so hot. Tell us your three facts. I lived in Mexico Co for months for one I have three dogs and I've swing in a slide in my room in your bedroom. Okay WanNa believe that. You're the playground in your room but it does seem unlikely. So what do you think. I just don't think that anyone would need dogs. Three's too many because the one dog like I love you feel emotionally interesting logic. Alright Zohar which one of those spags is a lie. I don't have played on because of dog wouldn't know how to feel note. That is not. Why do you have any dogs? No you don't have any any dogs only to have. The dog died this year. I'm so sorry to hear that last year. What was your dog's name not Moti? I'm sorry to hear about Moti but if you're out there watching from above moti this shows for you so Zohar out. We're about to start a game. But what do you know about teeth. Do you have any yes S.. Do you know a lot about teeth a little bit. Yeah just a little. Do you brush your teeth. You Hug your teeth now. Say It's important to hug your teeth. Who says that the tiny dentists? I got a tiny dentists and go in your mouth and hugs not no. I don't think that's true. You can find them in tiny any dentist dot com. Our first expert is Dr Natasha Matthias. Please introduce yourself Heisel Hi Sahara. My Name is Dr Natasha Matthias and I am a dentist for kids. Thank you TASHA. Let's meet our second expert. Dr Benjamin Engine Circus Benjamin. Please use yourself Heizo Hara. I'm Ben or Dr Ben I'm an orthodontist and I'm here to answer any questions you I love. Thank you very much shuts. It sounds like you've been brushing up on your sound files lease that same file as always but okay. Okay okay thank you. Yes that's when we put our experts on the hot seat while they answer questions. Lisa who should we put on the hot seat. I Dr. You're Benjamin Circus. Because he likes to party does He. Yeah I mean his first name has been jamming. He's been Jaman and I'm sure he's never heard that before or Zohar. What is your first question for? Dr Ben what's the hardest part of your job. That's a great question and I think the hardest part of my job is that people don't like coming into my office. Oh it's probably because all the mouth pain no I think that's a pretty big misconception. As an orthodontist what I like to do is try and make people comfortable with the process because most of what we're doing is trying to help ensure for it could hurt sometimes and sometimes it may not feel the best but we want people to enjoy their smile when they leave so for us. It's really important. Wouldn't that you actually like coming in so for me. It's hard that people are afraid of the dentist or afraid of going to their orthodontist. Yeah that would be difficult to have a job where people are afraid of you unless issue like people to be afraid of you right Lisa you have that job. I'm pretty new dimmer. No you are not. Don't tell people that poking me okay so hard you have another question yet on. This is for both of them actually okay. What our teeth made of dreams? So t the made of very hard calcified material almost similar to your bones there are several ever layers in your teeth. The hardest layers on the outside and that's called in a mall and that is the only part of your body that Khan freely repair itself. Your bone can repair itself the next layer within that the Denton database itself as well and then the very inside site. The core of your tooth is what most people call the root canal. Adad is where the blood and the nerve lies though if that is in some way affected affected. That's when you get a toothache can be most of what doctrines Tasha said is true but actually isn't the hardest layer of if your teeth. It's actually one of the softest see part of the reason. Animal can't repair itself as well. Rested twos is made out of calcified bone and you have a calcium based the enamel layer actually has an arrogant bay. So that's a little bit harder to repair but it's a softer material sting. All right right so hard. You have some more questions this Dr Ban Have you ever been bitten or like her at work or something. I have many times. surreally these kids. No that's not true so I wish I could say that I hadn't but unfortunately I have had some pretty Negative experiences so part of my job as an orthodontist is to put braces on people right. You know have braces. Yeah and when you do that a lot of time before you put the braces on you have to take a mold of the patient's mouth so that you can make sure you outfit. The braces the best way possible and that mold is basically putting silly putty in your mouth and so sometimes different patients don't like the procedure which is called an opt to Laka uh-huh and when you put the mold in their mouth they might gag or by or not feel

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"adad" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

10:31 min | 3 years ago

"adad" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"May have regarding a medical condition. I think the songs too bad that possible or is it my imagination faster you maybe eighty. She sped it up. I don't know we feed it is with us in that crazy effort the song like literally thousands of times today for you sounds. It's really really bad but everyone welcomed welcome to one life radio. Do you WANNA go higher baby if you do you're in the right place. This is Bernadette Adad with Diamond.

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"adad" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"adad" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"You've adad it might not be so bad. Right here. Deadbug. This team. Ten to noon. Dead, bud story. Exactly. Stories next to into. Ready? In the. Phone is brave. They wanna take much these some. These. And the trust than just riyobi. Ready? Offers serious retraction. Can't believe this. The level of the air. How much chef can you handle? It's my fault. Chris, seven thirty eight today thirty which didn't affect the question. What's relevant to the question? Really had said, we'd like to offer our sincerest apologies for making a mistake. We are, in fact, human at the Fred Naji radio program, and occasionally, we say things that are untrue. Forgive.

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"adad" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:33 min | 3 years ago

"adad" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"At the Vietnam, wall back on Veterans Day of the nineteen Ninety-one I guess it was it's been awhile, and it is such a poignant place to visit. And if you're not moved by such a visit than you may be clinically dead. We, we are lighted to have a chance to, to learn tonight from a person like Jill Stein. The author of we regret to inform you a survival guide for gold star, parents, now in addition to the military, who else can step forward to offer support, I think, immediately of the Veterans Administration, I think various service organizations the American Legion veterans of foreign wars. Vietnam, veterans of America Iraq, Afghanistan veterans, do any or all of these workers, ations, offer support. They sure do and they offer support in various ways. But when we get down to supporting gold star families, one of the things that we need to look at is they need initial support. And then they need a long term type of stuff and I do say need, because it helps them in processing their loss. What are the things about military grief? Is that has a really long shelf life? And it's going to stick around for quite a while and his parents, their challenges to, to move forward in a way for challenge. First of all, to, to survive, this news and then to cope with the grief and then to be able to move forward in a way where they can they can take the memory and the an honor their child in ways that are both healthy and fulfilling and that, that is a challenge for so many obstacles when it comes to military grief and military loss that as civilians, we, we wouldn't know, when even even come to, to realize one of the things Jim that happens is that for families. It's a dual loss because you lose your loved one whom you know, by their first name in that's intertwined us the person. That's intertwine with this greater national loss of a service member. And those two you can't separate those two so it's not uncommon. For family. Let's say about what ballgame I was just up teaching Canada. And adad said, yeah, I have the same problem hockey games. And they start off with with the flag and, and the national anthem. And all of a sudden it becomes a trigger for you, and it becomes a reminder of your personal loss, and your grief, you have in the book, we regret to inform you a list of ten factors that complicate your military laws. I'd like to, to read each one and have you respond to them. A one the servicemember was young. The average age of our casualties. It's twenty eight and as a parent, you never think you're gonna bury a child. But, you know, at twenty eight it's really a life, that's just beginning and their life, creating type of mode, not a life ending. Number two, the servicemember lead a purposeful life. And I post nine eleven world, we can't deny that military service important purpose for us, especially as we have all these bad actors who are actively trying to do great harm to us and servicemembers, particularly this generation, it's just so encouraging refreshing to hear them say that they are a part of something greater they are giving back. The servicemember may have died, a sudden traumatic death. This is so important because how a service member dies. Okay is going to impact. Well, the suddenness of the deaths that I'm sorry. I'm sorry, I'm really getting confused. I just need to back it up. My thoughts are running ahead of me here. Yeah. So when a death is sudden unexpected that's going to influence how parents are going to react initially because you're just not expecting it the circumstances. How the servicemember died is going to impact, but they have to contend with down the road, the servicemember possibly died on deployment or in another operation. When service members are deployed, and they die, one of the things that happens is it sets in motion type of thought process that says, maybe this isn't true. Because when, when you're notified your don't fight in an official capacity, but the person is notifying you wasn't onsite and didn't see it firsthand. And you have no visible proof. There's nothing that you can hold or touch that says, gosh, that's awful news. Really happened. So when our service members are deployed families very often, not intentionally, but they hold out hope this glimmer of hope that maybe this is the one time that military made a mistake and their service members gonna come home. Young families left behind. When you know, and this is a combination of both these surviving spouses. And likewise, also the parents, they average age of enlistment. These days, is nineteen and, you know, a parent is, is has a child in their twenties. There's a good chance. They're going to be, they're going to be a position where they still are young, and they may be taking care of, of their older parents, when you have servicemembers, who do pass away, and some of them are single parents, manned up taking over the parenting role for that for the kids are left behind. Number six on this list of ten factors that complicate, your military loss. Isolated by geography. Yes. And that takes into different forms. The first part is wherever you live pretty much guaranteed that the death is going to occur someplace else. So they're gonna Kerr duty station or it's going to occur overseas. And when we talk parents, and I am to talk parents here because I just spent so much time with them and hearing their stories, but parents, when they hear it something terrible happen to their child. They go into parent mode, and they wanna help. They want to be there, and there, there is related in that they're back in their home of record. The second thing. Go ahead. Okay, say the second thing that happens is that survivors in general can't go to the place. Usually where the deaths occurred. It's just physically times. It's physically impossible. Number seven that deployment delayed grief. Yeah. You know, surviving military families are very resilient and the very hardy, and particularly in these times you're servicemember is going to deploy in the sea services. They deploy regularly and one of the things that happens is when your spouse does deploy regularly, you build up a set of coping skills, deployment coping skills, so early on I heard too many widows. Tell me particularly that see see what they say. Well, this is just like another deployment. And, and it'll be okay, it's a deployment and then six seven eight months down the road sudden this little bells going off in their head and say he's not coming home. And likewise, another element of that is, when families families hold onto that hope that maybe the military made a mistake when the, when the unit does come home without their servicemember, all of a sudden, they may have extreme grief, reaction because they run out of hope more to come stay with us. We'll continue a look at this book..

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"adad" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"adad" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I knew you dad. Dr in truck and seventy one. Can you hear me? All we got you loud and clear. Yep. Nineteen seventy-one been a few years. Yeah. I got about ten years ago when put in that GPS stuff like dodo, Mike and drive like that. So I retired. Dad? Bozo. Yeah. And and that's how we communicate at me. My wife, it'd be on the road. I call them requests. And then y'all God and request one. You say everything's fine stuff. I Mitch adad in believe in seventy eight in Ontario, California, close to that date, y'all. Okay. Big truck rally. I love that guy. He was God. I talked to him. Off the air and stuff, and you his son Grech. That's correct. Okay. I know that. Okay. I'm calling is we need to get that law does viruses. Viruses and stuff coming across the border. Nobody's we all know who they are. And wisconsin. Now, you got new governor. And now he wants to give licenses. Driver's licenses. And I've I've thought that in the headlines recently, they try to say it will make things safer, right? Hey, I'm gonna pause there. We got a news update. Bottom of the hour, but will return after this on America's trucking network. Have you been dreaming vet new house or remodeling project? Then come see the dream facilitators Bank of Clarke county fest in the area.

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"adad" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"adad" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Rubber is burning. Come. Celebrate fifty years of speed this April twenty six th through the twenty eighth at Talladega. Superspeedway? I Mike shields WSB. I'm WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish with Atlanta's most accurate forecast for tonight clear. Lows fifty to fifty four tomorrow in pushing clouds, high eighty low sixty Thursday, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy, a shower thunderstorm. One hundred percent. Likely at night, especially late spot some possibly severe a high about eighty in a low around sixty one Friday, showers and thunderstorms diminishing in the afternoon, high sixty seven low forty five seventy eight degrees on Peachtree street at news ninety five five AM seven fifty WSB. Depend on it. Interesting cooper. And you're listening to the Mark Arum show. To be. Guys. Welcome back to the show seven. Oh, seven is the time. Mark arum. Adad green longoria the stoic eskimo on the other side of the takeout window. And of course, low T Chuck no with you till eight pm Monday through Friday here on WSB. I got an update before we go back to the pecan pecan. Can I play some audio here longoria? So obviously we follow the breaking news yesterday of the Notre Dom fire. There's another thing linguistically Notre Dom.

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"adad" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

Bad To The Dad

06:44 min | 3 years ago

"adad" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

"Editing. Refusing. Food. I show them that pick on the kids in India's defense story. Good. It's credible. Jason, johnny. Hello. This great to be catching up with you. Shut shutout rookie about your bands of dates, and it's your yeah. Yeah. So. If you wanna see me on the road. I unfortunately, not doing a lot of local gigs with ROY flying out to places but the ultimate Queen celebration dot com. Starring Marc Martel towards are up there. I'm also playing with Mark would Mark would is the original violin player that transsiberian orchestra. We are always always playing different resin Siberian orchestrates Bank stratosphere in New York City. Great progressive rock band with Lee, violent player amazing. Yeah. Those are the big three right now. And you could still tune into spunk, Robin. Hear me every Saturday morning. Are you ready kid? I didn't do that part. That's the that's the kind of thing you hear in your sleep is probably Nickelodeon always test. Yeah. Jason green eight thanks for coming on beds, dead dad. Thanks for. Thank our guest. Jason Johnny touring drummer good friend, local dad, just a lot of a lot of fun. Fantastic store. Yeah. And it's the way he opened up about, you know, my dad and music patch getting pregnant and everything too. I really I. Just everything about that conversation was remarkable loaded episode fully loaded interview. And I want to thank you for spending so much time with us. Yeah. No, he was just on the road in Vegas. And now he's about to tour with the ultimate Queen celebration. So, you know, and as we were talking it's very reminiscent of my brother, and you know, for me. This whole episode is in memory of my brother his his yard site. Those who are jury Jewish his anniversary is Hebron averse view this coming week to hear his story about music and his passion. My father is a musician. So it's really I'm gonna make this this episode of memory of my brother because I would just so touched by listening to a story journey and how much music spoke to his life. Mayor brothers memory forever. Be a blessing. And I'm glad that we can use this podcast as a way to keep the flames of his memory alive. However, yes, we also have a big moment this week. Yes. We end tell us real quickly. I am turning forty five Tuesday. Bertha. Yeah. Thank you. I don't think of it as getting a year older. I think of it as an opportunity to do something new and this podcast this year is something new for me, something new for you. And for me, that's that's a birthday gift because you always have to challenge yourself. You is the push yourself to do something different and fund something that you enjoy something that is something that you can call your own. And this for me is is a gift every time we do this. It's a gift it's forty fives a pretty big year. I'm okay with your also, you're also -nology birthday. I mean, the great thing about Facebook for those that generation is you hate people donate money to particular. 'cause right. Yeah. I think it's a great new invention that Facebook is doing it's not just about having all of your friends come out of the woodwork. They haven't spoken to all year, saying happy birthday happy birthday, Adam which which is lovely happy birthday. Happy birthday, Adam. Thank you Randy. But I think it's also kind of nice that the birthday celebrant can kind of make it a little. Selfless and choose a charity or cause that's near and dear to their heart where perhaps they're friends do more than just say happy birthday, but contribute to a cause. I have selected the lust garden foundation. Which is the foundation that does research awareness for pancreatic cancer. Okay. Now, you might be wondering Adam you were talking about stroke when we were talking about Luke Perry earlier in the show wanted to do something about stroke, and that's very important to me too. But the thing about stroke is it's preventable with medication as you said doctors consultations diet and exercise strokes can be prevented the thing about pancreatic cancer. Again, we're talking about this because Alex trebek's announced that he had stage four last week about pancreatic cancer is there is no detection sedan nothing. It just happens of the blue, and it's devastating. And you know, you, and I have lost friends to the side. One guy was fifty years old. He learned about in January by may he was gone terminals done here. It's death sense now. So if. If there is some way that we can raise money, so the less garden foundation and other research institutions can come up at least with the detection system that could be the springboard to perhaps other preventions medications. Ways to a Radic eight pancreatic cancer from our society that would be that would be a great birthday present for the next gen tastic in really just a magnificent episode in the highest lows peaks and valleys. I can't wait to come. So we have a lot more coming up. Don't we? Absolutely. So next week is Saint Patrick's Day. Oh, been Irish with whiskey does my Irish accent a witch. It's like, it's. Candy house. Yes. And you're and you're gonna eat any times. Can you give me an accident? No, no. I I probably could wait till till the way let's teaser. That's teaser top of the Martin into. That's because usually my Irish accidents peppered with salty language sorta like an angry Irishman, that's right salt, the Irish sailor. So we're going to be doing Saint daddy's day next week. That is a great gas by the name of Pat O'Hara and pats family goes back way way way back into the last century in starting Saint Patrick's Day parades in Newark, New Jersey and also where we record this podcast in west, orange, New Jersey. And I'm curious to hear about how these things come about. How parade starting? Why Saint Patrick's Day is really the the revelry that we know it is today and the Irish states today is the actual parade here in west orange. Right. So next week will be seeing Patty's day, which is the actual Saint bad day, and we will have and he's an authentic Irish, man. He while he's an Irish-American. Yes. Not off the boat Irish. Okay. Though, I think is family is. And he's got great stories to tell about the history of. Of all of the parades at his family were involved in. So we're going to learn a little something. But will also celebrate Saint Patrick's Day 'cause everyone's higher on Saint Patrick's Day happy. Thank you. Our my green, brother. This is today. Thanks.

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"adad" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

Bad To The Dad

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"adad" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

"Mind? My head through the chill. There. We. This little spike, right? Right. Honest. You realize you debt, we'll much why did the just break? I. I'm split in one side. My wife is so passionate about things, and we had gone through so much to make this happen that I was so happy for her. You know, and I was so I heard it in the roads in Colorado to call me, I was in a parking lot. She said I'm pregnant, and and I'm so happy for her. On the other side. I just I just didn't know what to think, you know. I you know, I didn't. I was I don't quite where my band was kind of failing of your signed to a label or just God. Do this is actually my dream the ban. Exactly got a complete makes complete sense. Oh my gosh. Yeah. I think I think if I was more stylish I think if it was like a situation like wearing on. Now, I probably have a better attitude about it. But I just I just because you get you're pregnant you're gonna have a kid. You gotta step up in be Dowd. I can't be a musician at this. You know what? I mean. That's that's the press. You faith is genuine concern fear, and he goes to the pregnancy. Yeah. Right. Did you have a girl we didn't find out into? Even before we formulate Synthroid. So he found we grow. And then that I want I wanted to grow. I did not wanna boy. A lot of guys wanted your was related. They Martha territory. Deal with ourselves at PG thirteen a joke or maybe even slightly are. But I didn't want to because I said to one of my friends, he goes, they said, you know, the whole penis thing, you know. And and what do you mean it gets hunted thirteen or hump and everything when you have a boy of one penis to worry about. Yes. I. I. But no. But that that actually really raised my mic excitement. I'm not saying this was a field day for my wife because wasn't. But for me the emotional toll was anything hard thing. I've ever had to deal with. And then, of course, she comes out. She's crying. You know, we both start crying. Everything's great breathing, and they give you don't an gar scores. Yes. They test test the Bayview. The lights and like babies perfect nine point nine perfect. And they go she so perfect cleaner off the put her in my arms, they go. Walk her down to the. Thank you. And and my parents at her parents, and my sister are in the hallway and they're expecting a bunch of doctors to come out to get the right? The doubles doors open. They kind of looked down. And there's me alone with the baby walking down the lower. It's that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He's lights behind me. And throw at foaming further converse. They're like. Ever. Like what you know? And I'm like everything is perfect. Yeah. You know? That's a great ending months Trent's. Yes. So to sort of you know, sort of get back to the original question of what we like to do together. You know, I I only wanted one kid because of this. And I kind of didn't really want wanna bigger family when I was younger, but then when I got going with my career, and and you know, everything that got was along with every with president whoever went along with the pregnancy as like this. I have filled. Yeah. Fulfilled. And I'm sure you guys feel the same way about your own kids. But we really haven't incredible kid, and we don't need anything more. So when we're home man, it's just like. Yeah. With each other rentable store. Yeah. Yeah. I'm sure a lot of people listening the other piece through that. You're talking about the I won't be found out. You are struggling as a musician. Try your things out and the challenges you went through she's born it puts everything else such perspective nothing. Oh, yeah. My bam broke up. I'll be back to the east coast. And that's when we moved back. Oh, yeah. Nothing else matters. Right. And she there she is. Now, we didn't know then. Yeah. The what you know now. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Nothing in that. That puts imprint anything else that happens going for. Got. Bell? It's interesting. There was there was a time where when Jodi was pregnant my mom said something to me. I don't remember what she said. But something like what happens if you get involved with something, Ben, and your your wife doesn't support it. Or you know, it's too taxing on the family. I don't know something to that effect. And I and I and I was like, well, I just at it's just leave. But it was more. Like, look, I gotta go with the music is my career. I not screw them. But right. They gotta deal with this. You know at remember. I said it and now I feel opposite. Now. It's like, yeah. I mean, maybe it's because I have a good career going. We all the support of incredible wife. Yeah. Yeah. The the love and blessing your daughter. Yeah. It's it's not even relevant. Yeah. I know that you got your music, and it's not just music and being banned your music is your life. Yes. My live each ING that whatever you do. Yeah. Just a part of you. You are. Yeah. It's just it's just everything's apart. If yeah, they call that work life integration is to be this thing called work like go to work. Yeah. And then wherever you go home five six seven o'clock, then there's apparatus go spend time. The cosmos is all that was who you are. Yeah. Yeah. And and I'm really blessed that way that her family sports, everything I do my family does and they support. And you know, I wouldn't be here for at work for them. I mean, my wife has a good job. She makes quite a bit of money and has the insurance. My wife does to teachers tell me make. We found a lot when it comes to be bad to the dad is supportive or spouses. Yeah, we've had other dads dinner single. They way to do it. No. You've been divorced everything. Get married a second time. But that support is everything. Yeah. It's blind now. And then, you know, if this would be okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you know. You know, it's still you still got a deal with living life, though, you know, there's still the normal, of course, raising there's peaks and valleys turned the damn lights off. Yeah. Turn the day. That is so funny. That's been joking. I walk in. And it's like it's like, I'm standing in the centre. I'm. You know, heating bills to hire this. Well, check the electric, you know, my stop wasting cereal. Yes. Gigantic bowl of cereal, and maybe have and the rest of it's in the best. That's that's my daughter to sheets like bergey. She hasn't humongous appetite of the is hunt. Yeah, that's this one noodle, and then and then start editing.

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Bad To The Dad

13:46 min | 3 years ago

"adad" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

"And it was funny because I recorded it, and it was like, okay. And and and I won't put I turn on the TV. And it was on like. Yeah. That's that's that's right. Yeah. Well, I didn't I assure time after time the first the first time, I kind of a rival in that respect was was it zuzu commercial that was airing non stop, and I would wake up in the morning, and I in turn on the TV and hit my wife, she of sleeping them. It's hot again. You know? So so honestly without joking. Spongebob was just an average co. You know, we got something for you. It's going to be on Nickelodeon. And so the owner of the studio was good friends with Stephen Hilbert who just recently passed away. And he said there's this pilot that's going on billowed again. It's going to be the theme song. And the thing that I thought my head. That was really cool. It's I'm trying to get a hold of companies and people in the industry to tell them what time type of work, I'm doing. And when I said to myself, oh, I could finally tell people what time on you know, because it's going to be right? Never know. Right. But now I could say listen if you tune in on Saturday mornings at ten o'clock on balodia. There's this cartoon it's going to be on course at the time. We had no idea what this was going to be like and how success, you know. It was called SpongeBob. No matter of fact, they go it's the steam song for Nickelodeon. Okay. So I show up and the if you see you see the beginning of yet like SpongeBob exploding. And and the music is not on there. But you know, they had just like a baseline or something and a click track and the music is on the that the thing is rolling. And I'm like what the hell am I doing? Sponge under our. I didn't high a lock you're sober. Hard to watch right? Bob. The mother that I wake up so and we recorded it, and and I actually helped record the timing of of the when the first commercial when the when the cartoon I went on. There was an introduction of SpongeBob with him blowing a big bubble that said Nickelodeon and exploded, and then it went into themes. So I did both of those that aired for about a year. And then of course, rob is has been on consistently. Couple of weeks later goes on TV and the the first time I knew it was really big business company sort where I don't remember why I was there. But I was at some sort of water park. It was with my wife, and maybe some friends I think maybe we had family in town that were younger or something like that. I just I can't remember anyway, so at the bottom of one of those huge slides, and I got my towel on. And we're just sitting there and there's music blasting like somewhere near me. And I hear my symbols like, my crashes like not the music, but I hear my symbols because symbols turn it around and keep on geom- be simply just in the Senate. These are pick those. Yeah. Yeah. There were done with such care. Me. I'm going. I'm either hearing actual sound on three the pattern that I was playing something something was kicking in like what you know that kinda thing and move lakes. Wha what are you doing? And I'm like backs I walk over and. One of the rides or whatever, you know. There's also rides. There is blasting theme to SpongeBob. And this is only like six weeks into the cartoon being an like Ono like this is gonna be like kind of crazy. So this is going to be big. So sure enough after about the pilot is accused successful. Cartoons successful. They renew it for whatever. And it just takes off. And and I start seeing towels and I start seeing all this merchandise and my wife surprise, Missouri later, she she gives me a CD, and she's like a it's the SpongeBob. It's called SpongeBob highlights or SpongeBob squarepants highlights. And it's got a bunch of songs from the show in the first theme song. Of course, it's me on there. And she because it's the number one guys car to that. So and now now let's go through my head is I'm not getting any credit. Yes. Resilience. All you know, if you know anything about commercial work, you either sign a union contract, which is residual or you get a lunch Velox up to. Yeah. Sure enough. It was the lump sum, and it wasn't very long. It was very so many. It was very low amount. But you know, that's kind of the nature, and that's what happens with a lot. If you ever go back and listen to like. Talked to like someone like Steve Gadd who rewarded for Paul? Simon mega mega hits same kind of thing. So you never knew that that drum part was going to be one of the most iconic drunk parts in the world yet he got a session fee for new lives in the punt under the sea. That was going to be a victim of their. But nobody knows who lives in sixteen hundred yet, you know, about the fine. We live in. Crappy musician story, I'll tell you. I do. Store crappy crappy musici-? Perfect. You say crappy musician. I'm here. This is the truth. Okay. So. Three years after SpongeBob gets recorded this, obviously, it's biggest cartoon we're of of the. I'm watching TV, and I on the internet or something like that. Again, the internet has not completely taken up on. So remember how I really saw this. But commercial goes on for a SpongeBob movie. All right. So it's the first movie and eyebrow. Crinkle wilson. So I call the studio and the owner is names blaze. They said place. Do you know anything? Eight of these to the funny. He is. Blaze baby self appointed. A I s e though not easy. It's a little more guard little more formal. So I imagine what this actually very very very greatest garden where I love. But that's good friend of mine. And I said, listen, did you think about SpongeBob movie should know? Let's just an hat for it. Guess who's doing the theme song? And I said, I don't know. So I do research ago, it's Averill Levin, and he goes, okay? Hang on a second. Let me let me make a couple calls. So he calls his reps at as cap or BMI or something who's with exam, and he goes out and doing rap city. I couldn't resist. And used to be. Oh, yeah. The PG thirteen to nineteen oh, you'll see the most immature person. Two guys, and it'd probably be pretty PG. We didn't Vigia UCF via or the. So he says. Less time. You heard SpongeBob. I was I watched like fifteen minutes ago. You know, he goes is that you still playing, and what are you talking about your one that according to the one of the birth of theme song, of course, it's opposites. And he was sure and I said, yeah. He says. Well, okay. So Viacom owns Nickelodeon, an MTV and all the guys know Viacom rate, Viacom, he says there are two versions of the song. The original one that we did and the one that they're using. And what does that mean? And he goes, I don't know. But somewhere along the line, they probably did something to it added an instrument did a Redick something at that's the one of they're using everywhere. So they don't have to give rate, you know, anything to anybody. And I go is that a lead? And he goes, yes. And I go do you wanna bring that up? He goes are you going to be able to late fight? Viacom you have the money to do that. I'm like, okay. So, you know, it's one of those musicians stories where you just kind of go art. This is my calling card. This is what I'm one of the things known for. I gotta just kind of leave it on the shelf. They're a nice big pledge to your ego. Yeah. All your work at all the what? He's still rolling. He's still mad at the debt. Yeah. Well, we're talking to Jason Johnny on to the debt and you've been involved in this project called the ultimate Queen celebration. For a while you're not to embark on a big tour in April. Tell us a little bit about this because there's nothing bigger than Queen right now. Right. We all hang. I can't stop downloading Queen music songs. I I just remembered that they did that that are now on my playlist so Queen celebration, you know, -ironically enough queen's greatest hits in like Eighty-three was like one of the first records I ever bought known rendent money like listened through over and over over and over again at sleep wake camp, and they called me like the music kid, and let's go to a Wego. Today summer there didn't really just one. Oh, that's just one and. But it was it wasn't a cassette. He was an actual album. LP I bought on LP. And I you know, I recorded it to tape. Yes. And I brought it with me with, you know, the the the plastic jet saying, you know, you know, you put three quarter right next to the speaker. You press. That good. Right. Jason I believe that was a legal too. Parting records that will produce. Yeah. Well, you know, I'm not by Viacom's. Good point good point. So. Oh, yeah. Well, this is somewhat of a little bit of a long kind of Trump's shrinking down. It's my house macaque. So first of all what you have to understand is that it's headed up and stars by the name of Marc Martel shoes. You know, he's the best singer. I've ever seen and played with in my life in any John or anything. I mean, he is such an incredibly musician. You know, I don't think I've ever even heard him hit a wrong note. And that's, Freddie. Mercury stuff. Yeah. I mean, he's just so incredibly talented Marcus from Montreal moved to Nashville he was in a Christian band called down here. They actually went down there to get signed other. Dig it sign in the national. Yeah. Got that quite a quite a good following in the Christian world Christian country. Right. Yeah. Christian conserva Brockie country, three go, the the the operation. They have a lot of those seniors. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He he never really eat. They were just they were trying to make it in the rock world wasn't really the country. It was. Trying to sort of do the pop rock. And. Kind of a struggling musician. And and and they they got some things going, and, and, but it was never really liked, you know, and. Brian May from Queen started. We will rock you with the show. We will rocket okay. Torn rock version musical of Queen never made it to Broadway. I believe not an just sort of just did this touring around for a while. And Roger Taylor drummer of Queen said, you know, what if brides gonna do that I'm going to do something as well. So through Merican idol, he put out this message. Okay. We're gonna do we're going to do a Queen tribute band. And we're gonna make it the most recognized Queen tribute band from we'd be our officials official treatment. And I think it was a business proposition. Hey, let's get clean back on the road. While we're over here. The trivia Bank can be over here. We can be sort of doing this sort of thing, you know, this. This is never sets on Queen you bet. And this is before it really blew up again. Which is by the way, I think everything that they've done between Adam Lambert on the tribute bands of the movie, I think that's what really spurred this interest has because the generator. Of the dual generation of those of us who grew up listening to him, and we will rock you and all songs to the younger generation have listened to him now buggers thirteen and ten. That's all they watch it. Yeah. Yeah. And it's amazing because my daughter is I can't stand her taste in music. And I'm like that's up. We'll talk about that too. But she is totally love green too. And and and she's she's been yelling at my ears doubt. Stop. All right. Enough. You know? So let's then God actually love this. Yes. So so Mark got it. The addition through Merican idol, if you want to be in this official Trine Queen tribute, bam sentence videos Markson sends in this video of him singing somebody to love, and and I'll tell you a funny story about video two minute. But the shower goes asleep wakes up in the morning. There's a million hits on that video. All ready. People are freaking out and sure enough he gets the job and it was called Queen extravaganza. And the debuted an American idol, you could still see it on YouTube, and I don't really know the whole story. I also don't really wanna get involved. It's like the with a with a girl, and you wanna kinda close your ears to the boyfriend. She's had before. And so.

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"adad" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

Bad To The Dad

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"adad" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

"Do. You know, there's so many again going back to the, you know, this being a marathon, right? There's so many steps in life. That is like it's like the mile markers of the marathon. Right. So there wasn't like one time. Where like I want to be a musician. We just like, you know, when I was three I was playing on pots and pans and my mom's kitchen, and I and I was leading the nursery school or kids marching around the nursery school, you know, with the little Rome, the right heart you, and then the teacher would say to my mom is doing it. But he's three years old. And he's playing the marching drum keeping rhythm aren't actually didn't even start separately, piano. I nine and then to play piano, whose idea was I was doing it myself. I just kind of sat tower, and then my cousin is a classically trained Piazza. And and he said, mommy goes listens. And my mom said how you doing this? I don't know. And I find out they have perfect pitch. And I'm just like watching MTV, and I'm like playing the songs off MTV, and it's printed natural. I know. That's I didn't really know. I wanted to be I think maybe one of the first times, I it was kinda like, whoa. Was I saw kiss in nineteen seventy nine eighty right? And it's all still together. The right. Yeah. When it was like, the normal ban while sort of normal and Acis guitars on fire. It was a deal. Amazing. And I think it was just one of those realities that like like, that's that's kind of what I wanna do, you know, again, your nine really saying that, you know, most people at that age I wanna firemen or some crap like that. But that was like, you know, that was kind of like the that was the door opening into like the the world of I want to listen to music, and I wanna get into more band, and that sort of thing, and then eventually was discovered Russian progressive parents and things like that, you know, real musician type rented bands. But, but you know, I know it's a hard question to answer because there was no time where. Dropped on. It just made sense that that's how you word is you know, three this wizard. So she had a lot of support your family. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. My my parents. There was never a day where my parents said don't do this or go into dad's business that was in finance on Wall Street, and like it was as those joke around the house kinda like no you're not getting into that had tremendous success globally, you've interacted with a lot of great bands. You know? I think SpongeBob is is where you've peaked somebody say you peaked too early on. But you're no, you're it's funny. You're you're a hero to kids and adult kids like Randy. And I and probably most most of those SpongeBob fans. Don't even don't even know it realize that tell us a little bit about the SpongeBob project. Okay. So I'll tell you the whole story. So everybody understands from beginning to end. Well, first of all, I moved to San Francisco when in ninety six and I didn't really want him out there. The only reason why I went out there as my wife was doing her schooling out there. Okay. So all you follow follow here at San Francisco. She was doing her masters ended up happening was one thing led to another led to another and we send at St. ten years. But one of the things that I ended up doing that really kept me in town for while is that I it was really seeking out session work and primarily in predominantly in commercials. And TV I started to seek out these type of studios in San Francisco and the long story short. I ended up hooking up the studio Hank Smith music who called now music orange, and they are they were the leader of the KOMO. Marshall recording industry of this type of stuff in that area. And when they met me, I was really honestly, just a cold call and I walked in. And they said, listen, we are we are looking for someone like you. And I said, well, you'd calling and sure enough two days later, I got a call. And they said, hey record for something for Showtime. And I'm on the phone. I'm putting my wife which. We do this. It ends up being softcore port. It was actually very innocent in the way that the music was very like it was like, you know, what you here today. Like what we see sometimes? But it was very very sort of like if someone's shoddy. You know? Awesome. So and

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"adad" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

Bad To The Dad

10:50 min | 3 years ago

"adad" Discussed on Bad To The Dad

"It. So it's like six to six degrees from fame from. Yeah. So it's a very sorry to hear about that, Luke Perry. Let's talk about him because he was a young guy died of a stroke and doing a lot of research on stroke because it's something I'm hypertension. I'm trying to avoid that myself. It's the number two most common cause of death worldwide, the stroke strokes strokes, really drunks. Yes. Number two. Eight hundred thousand people in the US suffer strokes each year fifteen million people each year die from a stroke Jewish. Man. Yeah. Well, you know, I feel like this is the to the dad care segment, and Luke Perry means something significant, I think many. Not so much two years older than. Yeah. But I think to you, and I know with my wife had particular it hits you hard. It's funny because I was looking at all of the Facebook tributes. And of course, most of them were from females mom women who are moms now, and they're reminiscent about how in the early nineties Dylan McKay. Played by Luke Perry was their first TV crush that was like their other TV boyfriend. Yup. And that is why tuned in and here's a guy who he had the James Dean, swagger, the devil may care at stud. He was Brenda played by shannen Doherty. Yup. I was chatting Doherty's character. Was that was the boyfriend, and you just thought this guy he was gonna live forever. And now fifty two and guys out there. You know, we think were mortal, we think we can lift heavy things we think that there's stuff going on our body that we can deal with this is really my call to action to the. Bad to the dead community. Go and get yourself checked out too. Because strokes are preventable and high blood pressure, hypertension, which is usually a marker of of stroke every year. You gotta get you got to go to the hood every year. Check yourself out managed it. Whatever you take it. You take the moment with the doctor goes deep, and he take it. What you need to it's uncomfortable. Yeah. Be those you got into the call NAS copies, which frankly, I note Besley but her head best. That's what they haven't had one yet. I'm waiting 'til. I'm fifty telling you best sleep. I've ever had. It's an experience that you wanted to have to do once. Yes. You know because you have to but the truth is you go and you do it take care of yourself annual. Please get on the lift yet. And get yourself checked out. Not to that. That's funny. I again think that for posting about Luke Perry. Yes. Tributes to his acting career. But of course, go go and do some some stroke prevents. Some hypertension prevention if he can so you don't really watch that show. I did not watch the show that was I was a little too old at the time. It was not a show that I watched I didn't really care too much for. I knew about it. I know as pass this week. He actress playing dad on a show that a lot of young kids watch over. Yeah. You know Archie vehicles. So you think about there's parents whose kids were probably watching the show and saw him as a dad figure were they saw him as this team kinda heartbeat heartbeat. The heartthrob arthri is look like he age pretty well too. It's it is it is. It is something I think as we get older those names start happening more frequently you know, and he's fifty two. Yeah. It's that's just goes to show. It can happen to anyone that is in my wheelhouse. Right there. Gotta get yourself checkout. I used to watch nine oh two. Not for the reasons. You would think I didn't watch it for Jennie Garth who was key. Really? I didn't watch it for Shannon Doherty, but she was a mainland, right? Yes. She was maybe I watched for Tiffany empathy, and in the later years. Yeah. But I actually watched it for zeroing. He's from south orange west orange from where we this podcast. But I love the Steve Sanders character played by hearing. Because don't he was always the schemer. Okay. Always had like I get us into the best parties. I can make us the best money. Always rope. Some. Some on suspect. West orange, you kind of person. Yeah. But the way he played I thought he had the most character depth from the getting of the episode to the end of the episode and win the scheme kind of blow up in his face, the tears would start coming and start to panic. Like, oh, where's coverted? Steve sanders. Now, I could see can relate to that. Look at you. You're multicolored early nineties pastel button-down shirt. Feather look yes made of silk made of silk. So that's those are the the warm and fuzzy memories from nano to that. I remember, but yeah, of course, Luke Perry made he rest in peace. And may you all go out and get yourself checked out? I missed you this past week. I gotta be honest with you same here. I loved interviewing Noah Goldberg, great job. I've got to tell you this story. And can we get back to his restaurant? But it tell you there was a point where I'm looking at cross my guests. Yes. For the cues from my partner, trendy Nathan and not only were there. No queues, but there was no partner and something. That that I felt this little I feel bear as I was editing the track because it's a very nice conversation. And there's moments like that's what I would say something. Yes, you know. So if you recall, you get wonderful sweet guy one issues restaurant if you get into sign a menu for that. That's a good idea. But there's a moment where you talked about mountain trout, and I remember like, I don't think such as mountain trout all be proved in that moment that I was right. It's not mount Joe is rainbow trout rainbow trout. Yeah. And that's a moment. I would probably jump at the conversation gone. Yeah. Will we felt your presence? So that's kind of we didn't hear your voice. And you know, again, it just goes to show you that we we miss each other. We're sometimes we're not as great as our single marts gang. Yeah. You know, the salts my pepper the sun, but the air to my wings, you know, Santa my feet I keep on going. But I think right. Never heard that one toilet paper to my nose. Okay. Sure, you misdirected me clever, but I missed you. And so good to have you back here in the studio. We're gonna have a great show. But I got a circle back for a second. Because I found myself this week not too much information. Creates too much of a visual. You're taking a shower. And there I was in the shower. Will you said that you already felt there? Yeah. So I felt really bit right? And so I'm I'm shaving right? But the hint the handle of my razor, not working so out. And so I'm trying to put the handle, and I've got two stories just gonna just going to blend into each other right through I'm trying to put the handle back on and the Rangers not fixing. So had hold and I tried doing that it's not working and give you the visuals here. So I look up I might see my wife's razor now. So I'm thinking, I remember it was talking about this. But this a little different now because my wife razor have you ever seen white at imagine? You've seen a female looking rates or yes, right Venus, the right, which I love the word Venus because. Especially in the shots rates, Hank. It's white, and it has actually shaped like a woman is very much like why you would call Venus's beyond me. But I think it's all we're talking about it. So it's brand marketing. So I look at her Venus right huff, and it has like this L tube around the the razor. It's like at lotion. He does it. He kinda smells it. And I'm thinking do I go there? Do I go there and use her razor to shave my face already know, the answer this question, and I thought long and hard or do I sit here and struggle with rage work. And I thought about it. I don't know put lake forever. But I'm laughing at myself in the shower, if the shower -cause, I picture myself going does a camera on me people watch me, like do just use the razor, you know. No big deal. But I'm like, there's no way I can use the razor because I don't wanna smell like. Elderberry because lotion or feminine right hunt. So I in that moment, I struggle fixed at subway. I man up right? I use my razor and I'm done. I'm of proud of myself. Yeah. I thought for sure you're grabbing Venus. Well, I I love grabbing Venus. But this is what happens next day, those of you just joining it is a razor razor. So I grab Venus in that moment. It's the next day. I take care of the razor issue. Right. I'm now showering and I discover I have no so. Oh, no. So Brady though. So I have no soap, and then I start panicking because I can make shift razor, but you can't make sure so no, how do you conjure that? I don't and what we have sitting of corner body wash. What kind of body wash coach Randy elderberry? Asai soy milk. The whole farm out the whole farm and its fruits nuts and created I- Liri laughing at myself saying I'd got I just got to bring this up because the thing is with the borrow soap you can. So for yourself up without it's out now because I'm a man, and that's I got the Marceau penny. Go and so now you have body wash. And if you just put body wash in her hand. It doesn't stick your mind. Sort of dissolved. It's like it's like other look good in your hand kind of goes off. I've been there you've been there. Right. And so what do you do you look down and you find that little fluffy. I think they call it a loofah Loof. Oh, but ever this, right. Yeah. And it's peak, and I realized that I have use my wife's loofah with her wonderful smelling rose and fluorescent body wash. How did it work out for your coach? Well, as you can imagine. I did it can we wash your face so much with with with the the loofah. But I I did it. I would think that the body wash get stuck in the blades, well of the Venus snow, I I didn't shave, you know, with Venus. I just kind of wash my body. Okay. Was your body? Would just shaving cream. Okay. But I will tell you as I went into my Netherlands. Yup. I found it rather. The Holland of the body. I understand rather enjoyable. I had never used did a loofah how long the shower any in hindsight. Probably not to live long enough. Forget to notice the the teaming sensation that. What might feel? Yeah. When you have this wonderful, elderberry, scented rose.

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"adad" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"adad" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And I was talking to time for school because tire that's with my kid today till well until the nanny What? what? Go go. You wouldn't have added. I'll sign a release. So so they it was too late by the time. I thought he was at school. Anyway, here's here's thing. I was talking to Dr drew about this, and I was explaining. I forgot the story where I played pop Warner football dislocation my shoulder, and it was out for four days. I also broke my humerus bone as well. So I figured it out because he was telling me what kind of cast I had on it was to weight it down. And so the bone could repair itself, and blah, blah, blah, and it was very graphic story about my humorous, bone broken and my shoulder dislocated and the weight of the Cass to try to get it to heal itself. And that's how they set those bones repairs itself. Anyway, I was hell bent on playing pop order football the next year. And how never thought why everyone who came from normal childhoods. I didn't come from one. But was like. Was like why would you go back to that? This horrible injury. I craved discipline. And I wouldn't get wasn't getting any kind of discipline from my waif, dad. So I went there were mister Duke Gallagher. Mr. FitzGerald could yell at me. And that's that's where I went. And I didn't realize it at the time. But I was seeking it out. Yes. And you said in your book, it's disciplined income rotary. And that's the connections with when men and dads are tend to be much more likely roughhouse with their kids and while the dad's a rough housing the moms looking over and saying, oh my God. I have just one child to monitor here. And so then the so the kids let's kids are thrown on the couch by the dad and the job is to the three kids to jump on the dads back and pinned him down before they he pins the three of them down. And so this Bill bonds with the kids like the camaraderie that you're talking about when you play football. And so the, but then the bonds are not just the bonds the father. Says excuse me, you can you can fake me out. You can do whatever you want to put you can't stick your oboe and your sisters. I to to to went to the big kingpin. Okay. Daddy. Okay. No problem. So then they go back to the rough housing again. And the the kids do the same thing over again because they're more excited by the roughhousing experience. Adad says, okay, then there's no more rough housing till tomorrow night. I'll know we'll pay attention to this time gnome of housing till tomorrow night. Tomorrow night comes that gives the same mandate to not to pay attention to your sister's feelings, and this time the kids pay attention because they know the lose the roughhouses consequence Quance, whereas mothers looking at this and saying I predict this is going to end up in, you know, somebody crying, and then after doesn't up somebody crying you're going back to the rough housing again without understanding that yes, he's giving them a consequence. And then he by going back to the rough housing again. He and forces the consequence. And let the kids know that when he says something there is as you said that that consequence and so- moms as a rule and some do get this, but many moms do not get this. And there's a tension between mom and dad moms and dads. Don't get is that there has to be an equal amount of power on the part of the father to be able to say, this is something here's why I'm doing this at the end to know that rough housing is connected to children being more empathetic is very counterintuitive and dads need to learn that they need to explain that. Moms can hear what does don't say. They also need to know that rough housing helps children distinguish between being assertive versus being aggressive. These are really important life skills. And as a result of doing that difference. You're much more likely to have friends keep friends be much less likely be depressed and withdrawn in school or it was always a I did an insane amount of rough housing. That's all. I did was wrestle my friends wouldn't have any money or any video games or anything. We just rest..

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High stakes for Merkel's govt as German state of Hesse votes

BBC World Service

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

High stakes for Merkel's govt as German state of Hesse votes

"Is in the lead with around fifty six percent of projected votes. He's left wing rival Fernando adad is behind by thirteen percentage points. A regional election is taking place in the German state of Hesse whose outcome will influence the fate of chancellor miracles federal governing coalition. Both MRs miracles party. The CD you and to PD coalition partner who've been doing badly in opinion polls in Hesse while the greens and the far right AMD are projected to make games. Voting is already underway in the first round of Georgia's last direct presidential election. The two front runners out of twenty five candidates, both former foreign ministers in future. Georgia's president will be chosen by an electoral college. The African American poet and playwright Antezana case Shangai has died in Maryland at the age of seventy best known for her Broadway. Hit from the nineteen seventy s which was titled for colored girls who've considered suicide when the rainbow is enough. BBC news.

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Some ideas you can use to sell Mobile's

Book Marketing Mentors

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Some ideas you can use to sell Mobile's

"Today. My special guest mentor of the week is a multifaceted marketing expert with over decades of experience in the industry. Aidan Crawford has established himself as the go-to marketing guide for speakers. Trainers and consultants. Aiden is the owner of circuit media and the author of the recently released DIY marketing consultants trainers in professional speakers. The non guru guide to getting it right. Eight lives in Toronto, but works with clients around the world, helping them to identify who that ideal clients really are and develop an exit cute on. On strategies to get that businesses growing based on solid content and smart social media marketing, Aiden, welcome to the show, and thank you for being this week's guest expert and mentor. Looking forward to this DIY marketing is what so many authors find that they need because obviously, the alternative to hiring someone, you know, could cost a fortune. But the problem is that they just don't know where to start. So let's stop there. What would you recommend for all? I, what I would like to recommend is a lot of it is your force in by economics to do the, I want the Iowa route, and that includes using sunlight, creates spacer Ingram spark to actually publish your book. A lot of the authors that I've worked with this figures that work with the brokenhearted, that they can't get their book published by a publishing house. But the reality is because we have the sources where anybody can publish a book these days, a lot of people are publishing books. The economics of means that you have to do the DIY. Why that is the question did to certain extent, but I'm gonna push you. So they've got the book and they need to stop marketing it. What would be the first steps that you would recommend? Now? I recommend having a website for a book. Now I have a friend of mine who wrote a book, a history of adad fraud club in Toronto, and one of the first things we did for him I did for him just as as a lar- was I built him a website for his book before the book was even published. There was a civil WordPress website was put out where people could Priore the book. He could post attach it to Facebook business page. It created a whole social media around it, and he started promoting it that way. So his book was primarily for, I guess, individuals not corporations. It wasn't a business book, his channels that he focused on social media were Instagram and Facebook because that's where his reader primarily were. As a business writer, a nonfixed business writer, that's our listeners are going in than I recommend promoting your stuff on Lincoln. Now there is a a quick way that I like to do it. So let's say, build a website on WordPress. You can go to a service like up work dot com or even fiber, and somebody will build you a symbol of site for a couple hundred bucks. They're not that expensive too much like books. Anybody can have a website these days, and if you don't have a website for your business, it makes sense at least have the website for your book to promote. It gives you an additional channel to send things out there. Now, once you have that website done, one of the the ways that I like to promote books aware. Mind, what is I wrote out on a spreadsheet, twenty eight status updates that go to linked in Twitter, my Facebook business page, and what I've done is I have one of those two of those going out each day scheduled through a service called sweet. A lot of people will be familiar with the space, the scheduling software where you can input your updates in those updates will be sent out to the various social media you choose. So I've got my updates promoting my book through all these different channels primarily because my market, it's my Facebook business page by

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Pompeo says China trade policies 'predatory'

Investor's Edge

02:38 min | 4 years ago

Pompeo says China trade policies 'predatory'

"Com business break secretary of state mike pompeo says china is engaging in what he calls predatory economics one oh one and an unprecedented level of larceny of intellectual property secretary of state pompeo made these remarks at the detroit economic club as global markets reacted to trade tensions between the us and china president trump has signed a new space policy directive that aims to reduce satellite clutter in space policy calls for providing a safe and secure environment in orbit as satellite traffic increases the president also says the us space program has been bogged down by politics and rising costs on wall street the dow down one hundred three points the longest losing streak since april the nasdaq dipped just under report the sp lost six with business i'm dennis crowley was added alyssa townhall dot com i'm keith peters thomas markle says he wishes he could have walked his daughter megan down the aisle during her wedding to prince harry markle has told british the itv that his daughter cried when he told her he wasn't wet enough to attend the ceremony last month but was honored to be replaced by prince charles markle had watched the wedding from california and was very proud but he says the unfortunate thing for me now is that i'm a footnote in one of the greatest moments in history rather than adad walking his daughter down the aisle he says the couple now known as the duke and duchess of sussex who probably seek to have children soon making his dad says she's wanted children for a long time charles to the desma on chancellor angela merkel allies in bavaria virgin an immediate collision monday with a german leader giving her two weeks to make deals on migrants with other european countries instead of turning them back unilaterally at germany's border more on these stories at townhall dot com hello again this is alan gottlieb of the citizens committee for the right to keep and bear arms in my home state of washington where it is easy to get a permit to carry a concealed firearm for self protection the murder rate is a low three per one hundred thousand residents but in california where it is most difficult to get a licensed to carry a firearm the murder rate is exactly double and in washington dc where you can't get a permit to carry a firearm and it is also illegal to own a handgun in your own home for self protection the murder rate is more than fifteen times greater but don't take my word for it go to page seven sixty four of the two thousand two edition the world almanac and book of facts and see for yourself gun control.

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