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My happy places hyman playing xbox Michael in places saying in the corner of my room peace out high hi articles Kian undermine eleven years old and on some England. Are you love pace out because does it makes me relax and full to sleep. Pay Out and pay within. Thank you Mrs Mrs Manners. Sounds like an awesome teacher. And you all sound like incredible students who are aware of what works for you and what you can do to help the yourself. Calm down and relax. Thank you here are few listeners. Who Saves Space is at home getting comfy and cozy right before or they go to sleep or just being at home with their families? My Name is Colin Alliot. Three years old but species species with ceased spaces with by dad in Family is blige Bought my mom copy space in my bed. Listen to peace out my name. Is Wesley aaliyah hit an. Im five years old. I am corner Elliott's brother and myself space is called lean with my brother. 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"alliot" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"This is after hours with Amy Lawrence so we told the tones of cowboys football with Brad she him on their radio network I am excited to actually if you missed it during asking me anything one listener wanted to know if I look forward to the beginning of the football season or the end of the football season more and it's the beginning for sure the end as much as I love the playoff minute drags on but the beginning it feels like we're stars all this big for me hearing the play by play and watching the maturity kit makes my heart go a little flutter because it's almost time it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio would you pay them that's the question Zeke Alliot Melvin Gordon would you pay them right now Gordon's camp is indicated to the Chargers that he wants a trade out Baird laughing at that this point and even though the cowboys do you want to pay Ezekiel Elliott they want to get that deal done so he can be ready for week number one they're also playing hardball too they've got two other guys they you would like to pay in the case of Jack I mean come on there's no way of running backs to ever going to be paid more than a quarter back and less you're talking about a situation where you end up with a back up or you're an interim kind of a situation or your quarterback is in his early early rookie deal I mean it's it doesn't work that way in the NFL and you can not make the argument that a running back what you can't make a intelligent argument that the running back is more important or more critical than the quarterback on the field it's just that's not the game that we watch it's not the game.
"alliot" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
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"alliot" Discussed on KGO 810
"Frame, and we don't have a big enough sample. Maybe they have too many SUV's on Mars and having global warming, John, you know, fossil fuels doing it. Even then. Know, I don't really know. It's cool image though, because this is really Alliot rain. And it really look at it looks. It doesn't look like anything I recognize some earth. Bob. No, it's not going to you. And in fact, when they were sending the most holy land which unfortunately failed. I talked to one scientist in a preliminary press cups, and he said we're anticipating we get close to the ice cap. We're going to see geological formations that have no car spun on earth at all these picture shows. It is that the gravity is carbon dioxide what what I mean. It's everything is temperatures. It's fact materials dry ice rephrasing and rephrasing combination with water. You've got also the light of gravity one third of earth. You know? So it's all these things. I it follows the same laws of physics and nature, but we're in an environment. And it's going to cause things that we just don't understand. All right now close story. Needing interpretation curiosity is in gale crater and making its way towards important to rain. But it also has the ability to observe the sun and a partial eclipse of two Martian moons. One of which is Phobos it's a really cool image, Bob, which one is Phobos is at the perfectly formed one or the lumpy one of the two animations. They give Phobos is the lodge water which larger of the two moons. What what what carries is done over its life is it's done this about eight times. Now, it's taking pictures or try to take pictures of these moons of Mars as they crossed the sun..
"alliot" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show
"Because if you actually imagine if people got paid the lied to you, and the better, they lied, the more money, they made all then whenever problems, do you think you have now people lined do friends dating magic. If somebody were dating got paid the more they drink too. And I'm sure I've been parked lies. Like, I said, we all lied ourselves. This isn't just me saying everyone lies except me. I lied to myself like I'm human I inherited that same stupid DNA. I've told people I loved them or I've told people on their friend, or I've told people this or that that I didn't. That's why now like my employees on my way, more blunt and just like, I don't know if you're gonna be able to work here, dude. I'm just telling you now, I've asked you to do something you did it, you know, with a stupid power, not a superpower a stupid power. And I just don't feel like being around that. I mean, some people like all that's a mean work environment. You could call it mean. I don't know. I don't know you don't even meaner being shady employ doing a bad job. That's even meaner. It's like one thing. My mom told me that is I remember Tom like twelve and I was like, I don't know what she's talking about. Now. I do she goes people will be very very very very judgmental of you in very forgiving of themselves. So God help you. If you ever tell this much of an accidental fib to somebody. They will call you out like they are the damn supreme court Justice of the last injury the Nipah in judge. And then you ask them about them in there. Like, I see that with employs their life low. How dare you? How dare you do a bad job? In Wyoming me to pay. You'll have about that. You seem both sides of the story or you are one of those dilute because a liar also can only see their side of the story. That's another thing. We all lie, but you're less of a liar. If you also know that sometimes you're lying. You're like an honest liar. Which is an oxymoron but possible it is possible to be honest. You know, deadwood that we like so much else flare injure. There's a line is a great if you haven't seen deadwood go see there's a line where elsewhere injured goes. No, no, his two guys are talking about his two underlings his employees in they go. I think it was Johnny goes when Alliot line he's the most honest on of the bitch. It's on bitch in the world. Like, that's what that's why he's like a kind of a good character in some ways. Because he's like, you don't know if whether you like him or hate him because he definitely tells you what he thinks. But he's like honestly mean the world needs more of that. That's what I think. Sometimes parents should just tell kids. I'm not that excited by you right now. I'm not saying you disown your kids. But. To always have to love is. I thought the wise saying there's a time to love in a time to hate the literally that's like a wise thing from Cleese iast these two three thousand years ago, it's time to love and a time to hate. That's doctors time to for things to be born in time for things to be killed. Somewhat figurative. But maybe I don't know what they were talking about. But I get it kind of when you say that to people a kind of jives with their inner commonsense meter when you tell it's like, do we wanna live in a society where all kids are constantly told how much their loved, but didn't appearance don't really love him. Don't equip them and send them out into the world at eighteen complete morons. I'd rather be raised by people that are a little more blunt in a little more variable in their response to me because variability is true. You never always love somebody. You ask a husband wife have been married? Thirty years. Have you ever had feelings of anger, and maybe even hatred to your spouse in anybody with any ability to tell the truth will be like? Yep. There's cons. I don't want to be married to them. So why not just say at that time? I feel like people hold stuff in it, all passive aggressive..
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"alliot" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The a removed after he said that these guy donovan mcnabb sick and i feel a i think that was right so you know sharing stories of what was happening during the super bowl and you heal their valor in a quarterback throwing up on the field in a wisey throwing up on the field there's who during the nohuddle in these not in shape so you take comment and you go when young i dunno was yet shape i dunno you'd have to ask him steam in willie now statement that next time you and built holy will disagree is when nondraft on mantra well her goes for the horror when vetted siri's name go the devin hastert thing it just it doesn't add co if the nobody careless you know if you're running the bears in your phone rang and its guy said i have always wanted to play their i'm a free agent i just got my release i'm now healthy and i can kick for you my name sebastian janikowski would you sign up enough ytl he's done as in he's done gives had already like forty flood waters four of diminishing returns at some point with age you know when they oakland felt like he is losing it an adult got him because he make too much i wanna find a thousand kickers bring 'em all us and just say start kicking kits in i'll decide what's going to happen out because it never draft one should always just bring him at livezettecom housing at winkler come on i mean jake elliott's from the from here if the bears get had jake alliot he could have brought him in and say i'm only go to college since and and on that cincinnati are memphis right yeah and then we've memphis liar vows from why you from western springs repre live she neighbor no i don't think i dunno i don't think so iced comedy in a rich year area no or she is western spring small minutes the minute you dry wit goes over 40 feet you're in the rich nets because the guidelines i got unease meant why that's i wish his there somebody it said the attorney lives in western for oh yeah the great deemed panos i dunno dean do i know dean dean panos.
"alliot" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Hello and welcome back you'd streaky boyer and this is biz talk radio joining me today we're in the middle of a fascinating conversation with an entrepreneur steven david elliot chief visionary officer of rockstar kidnapped the hand rockstar can act he's one of the largest networking events in the country and they will be doing so many events but it makes sense so to me steven david alliot welcome back thank you for you tell me three reasons why this is such a success well i think tank the first reason it's such a success is uh our peers are that's parents had become addicted to social media they felt that was it'd be on all the me all if they spoke to their uh to other businesses or customers online that won't be saying to maintain relationship what we have learned over the past year from even from executives facebook that social media is actually traditional relationship asunder people think they're communicating with their audience but it's not enough they actually just them so out and press flash peak hands and cultivates the relationships good ole fashioned way face to face and they have to couderc rask this is the future i believe just as personalized madison is the future in madison or it should be my opinion functional medicine how we are as opposed to how someone else is that you know we can all had the same disease and how we were treated in how we deal with that disease is totally different and so personalize medicine is very critical it's not one cookie cutter appro approach is it the same in business is this more like a wise approach yes that actually bring a second reason why rockstar act is successful and other networking programs all over the country but specifically rockstar uh typically when you go to a networking event the reason why people have a lot of success is they feel like they're going to the high school dance with added date they're very uncomfortable they're they're sick to their stomach almost they run then looking for someone to dance with they grab business cards never.
"alliot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Seventy o c d a l i never get to follow us on twitter at don't you die in on facebook the you're just i'm sorry guys some quit football news ziege complained this week at the year the second us circuit court of appeals is granted a request for at administrative stay to the nfl players association on behalf of dallas cowboys running back is the gil alliot that means as kiel elliot six gave suspension is on hold once again and he is eligible to play sunday gets kids city chiefs the second circuit said brief order does not concept resolution on the merits of the court case but this stay means there is a stay that means a pause in what's going on i you know what the psychology of football players i just don't know how i just don't know how here the the village remember years ago the broncos were playing against guys who were the broncos played against and the laws to safety and like the first two seconds of the game and from then on out peyton manning the rest team just couldn't come back and i noticed that yesterday with the uh the bills and the jets the bills were favorite yesterday and then the bills kids cries and they try to make a comeback at the tail end of the cairns and you're the psychology of these you know when you start to lose a it's it's frustrating we we talk about politics a lot on the show and you know people are going back and forth in the new stations have much they hate trump are they like trump or whatever you know trapped went into this election you know technically losing he was always behind in the polls the media kept is losing is losing his losing is like nomads and go to win this thing and i you know i wonder if we should bottle up that sorta psyche and give that whether it's football players or whether it's you who have to deal with a you know all marketing team that is the vowed to.
"alliot" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The latest with his ito alliot and we'll see if the nfl pa continues to look into ways that they can get ezekiel elliott back on the football field but once again this is another example of the nfl roger goodell the personal conduct policy the language in the cba being sold prohibitive that no matter how much you fight how many judges how many appeals you're going to serve the suspension i know they added shot they wanted to give it a shot ezekiel elliott felt like he was innocent but when you're an innocent pershing you thinking there's no way i'm just going to serve suspension and i get all that but you also have to look at it from nobody's ever got now wanted these knows no way and look at the brady one is the example so now the cowboys in the nfl pa in ezekiel elliott his lawyer is going to be criticised because they're saying he served a sixgame suspension the beginning of the year and just said ri ovalles you'd be plans by the end of it but the problem is greg is that if you are ezekiel elliott and you are now charge and a quarter of law in any way shape or form wanna fight you you wanna fight it you want to keep your name in your reputation claim you don't want to have to deal with your workplace saying you know what you are guilty of something we didn't have to acquire all the facts we didn't have the require all the evidence that a quarter wall would have had to do so you're going to fight my name and i don't blame him for doing that and the weird thing is that a you have owner bob kraft and now jerry jones who've had two of their most significant players dragged through the court of public opinion tom brady and his eke you'll elliott and these are two of the most powerful owners in in football and.
"alliot" Discussed on WEEI
"The roger goodell ahmadi some options as to what is he killed alliot could potentially do in the ruling by catherine porter failure the judge she gives the stay of 24 hours meaning there's 24 hours for ezekiel elliott in his legal team to go to the second circuit but from what we read online its most likely not going to happen at the second circuit would act fast enough to combat can rule in favor of z kill elliot it looks like he is going to end up getting the sixgame suspension after serve it as it has once again taken another twist in this case but amani faraj goodell it's a victory three of sorts as you said for on the field play it's going to hurt the league for six games not having ezekiel elliott on the cowboys but it's a victory of sorts for a guy that was always known as the disciplinarian commissioner but now looks like owners are getting tired of it especially jerry jones who says you know a as powerful and owners we've had in football now maybe calling for him to him being roger goodell to potentially lose his job i mean are we at that point we think roger goodell should be either fired or should resign is commissioner look when the commissioner cares more about his self in terms of his own agenda inter in terms of being a disciplinarian as any doesn't care about the product on the field i'm not saying michigan doug sheer fire 'cause i mean i really like commissioner dele but but but just listing do what you're saying it's a win for him that one of the best players in the league isn't playing because it shows he's a disciplinarian i find that that just to be totally inside out in terms of a conversation that we should be happy about it missionary who is supposed to be the commissioner of the.
"alliot" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Lawrence tears warnings wave added another decision any of the you'll alliot case sell not even about the domestic violence anymore and whether or not there is enough evidence that he committed domestic violence against an exgirlfriend if not even a val the appeals process anymore nope the latest rolling from a federal appeals courts reinstating his sixgame suspension is a court of three judges and it was a two to one decision agreeing with the nfl that the union and elliott's attorneys filed their appeal to soon so essentially they had asked for an injunction of any decision that was handed down by the arbitrator herald henderson before henderson actually announced his decision or had even made his decision and so that's procedural is essentially a technical it's out about domestic abuse if not about the fairness instead this appeals court has reinstated as eq ali a suspension because of a procedure because of the fact that they agree the union filed its initial court ruling it went to the court before the decision had come down from harold henderson in the arbitration process crazy right it's not even about the initial accusations that have been made against ezekiel elliott it after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio and the.
"alliot" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And i thought the notwithstanding there was some some questionable or you can even say bad calls uh from a coaching standpoint that game plan was pretty good for what they have in this quarterback play pretty good yesterday and some of the things he did to other such as you through one right into a window it got tipped the other one he didn't put enough air honored to give brandon marshall a chance but you carry raised that office luxury either but the way this offense play in the game plan the hair i caught was with a much much more improve than what we saw on osce with no data and quite low data banned the quarterback with a lot better yet by the turnovers with that said there's thirteen seconds to go in this game the armed eyes got to go to autobahn all the time three things have a number one the horrible punt by brad winger and number two like i was miscommunication award that was my question about what happened on the alshara jeffrey nineteen are catch where it looked like apple and collins connell ran into each other and the third thing nothing to deal with which is jake alliot hitting a lean and calls i'm sorry general was ejected with jackets and hunters jenkins failure okay right what let's get to that plus what happened in your view on that plo from what i read apple said he was trying to be uh wentz in the throwing a short ball and i don't know if you didn't get enough depth on it to begin with but the short ball would have been fine you just come up make the tackle in the game is over with uh but he drops back and it looks like he's trying to give an interception a knock each other off and jeffries makes a good catch gets his feet down in gives them an opportunity to win but again this is.
"alliot" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Sports radio and dads end jerry jones that the whole gang is here as he killed elliott has been called out to you is your favorite phrase on twitter call out to shout out in hot tape take that's all anybody's god on twitter but does he ellie it was not only fingered by lithuanian tomlin thin for his attitude on sunday on the sidelines in denver but his own head coach jason garrett is telling the media telling the public that i'm actually going to have to have a conversation with zeki ali alliot about the way that he carried themselve in certain situations on day one of the things that we preach to our team on both sides of the ball and there's a turnover everybody's vault for an offense a flurry become a defensive player on a fumble or an interception zeke is one of the most natural competitors i've ever been around he loves to play he loves to practice i think we've seen that through his first year plane in those two pleasure not indicative of the of comparatively was we have to get that addressed so coach garrett warning he can elliot to be more engaged on the turnovers trying to make a tackle if he's in imposition of do so but at the very least embody some type of effort be part of what's happening even when the ball is turnover dak prescott did try to tackle a key to leave at the very end of the game he's got blocked off the play and to leave had essentially to open field to reverse and get into the end zone how many in what you guys you get hurt but garrett is saying as i didn't see enough effort from elliot to turn into a defensive player there and try to lessen the impact decrease the damage so to speak so that's jason garrett vocalising his concerns about the way that that's one of his players responded and he wasn't the only one vocalizing concerns about as the kill elliot so lithuanian tomlinson make you heard.
"alliot" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"People would still watch gives its cowboys and giants but for the entertainment purposes of that now that that'd be pretty big hit yes mcglew maybe that's a poll most indispensible player entertainment wise brady beckham and he's a grady take away quarterback okay thickly quarterbacks i i'm good male you don't want it's going to be beckham whose even close zoos alliot nah nah antonio brown is on there you don't think antonio brown while i've had levy on bell there it's and big band there it's not like beckham in it's strange though when you look at the steelers that is there any other team that has a hall of fame quarterback uh perhaps a hall of fame wide receiver perhaps a hall of fame running back is there any other team in the nfl that house that cowboys this will you don't know about dak prescott dez dez not a hall of famer he he if he keeps rolling man if he could estate healthy yeah i don't think so but but to have that no benzyl a hall of famer antonio brown is probably going to be a hall of famer if he puts together three three or four more of these seasons lay beyond bell maybe as a hall of fame maybe till he when that happens there's only one answer to why they have an awesome system like the niners with craig rice in montana like the cowboys with aikman smith in irvine there's a lot and great off edsa lie i've just saying when audit is get click and they produced great stars like that did it make you reconsider what you think the joints are going to do watching last night you'll brand of marshall got her to the often suv line did not look good the can't run the football their defense is really good.
"alliot" Discussed on WEEI
"How much progressive view elliot the top rusher in the league last year with the ended a sixgame suspension the reaction continues to pour in alliot has vowed to appeal the ban which comes after a yearlong investigation by the league into allegations of domestic violence allegations that did not result in any legal charges but the nfl can an has suspended players absent legal charges in the past and that's point the george rogers emphasized on espn radio as you dive into this it's troubling in it it's not troubling from the standpoint of think of what will you don't you didn't get proven oil where's the legal there's there's no legal action being taken against them what the doesn't have to be the nfl a stated that it's in the bylaws every player knows that it's a pattern of behaviour that is troubling with zeke you elliot in that's my biggest problem here is why our fans also up in arms i understand be up in arms about the fact that there is consistency with the suspension don't be up in arms at the fact that he's getting suspended because he should be whether they whether there's evidence or not there is reoccurring her her ineffectual pattern of offenses or troubling actions that in itself should be punishable into some degrees at six games is a to was it that's that's my issue not that there is a suspension because there should be in my opinion legal.
"alliot" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"Well come to a northerner day shuna up its puppet nicole we really iin do you hear that you're that popcorn popping in the background just getting that was me using my mouth sounded like your mouth the whole time check eight pack as hoping that maybe i was like exploring my abilities is a fully artists don't step on my toes okay you want to hear what it sounds like when a popcorn colonel presley ready i'm ready while yes that's not what i remember when i go to the movies very active in jerry very it's perfect speaking of active we have a very active guest with us today mr elliott morgan is joining us today he ran in to discuss his favorite he says favorite film of all time who framed roger rabbit guess what's not alliot morgan no it was a great episode yeah oh i said if you guys to listen to never those you guys who are just turning into the podcast of course popcorn is the movie review podcasts were mitchell on i review the classic family cinema that we all enjoyed when we were growing up the kind of movies would rent on a friday night i leap over with our big old box of popcorn and two later bottle cook color pepsi and spooned struggling to get it out to just thinking of all the things that we had a we were children and nightmares in being afraid of the narcan after finishing a long day of playing super mario brothers and watching the super mario brothers movie all we're going to get into that a little bit later uh yeah these it this is the movie you pass a review the family films that we were up with and of course we had to do who framed roger rabbit we thought it was very appropriate we'll bring the whole areas and lovely and wonderful elie mortgage and unduly bearded yes newly bearded la morgan talk about it with us because it is legitimately his era film and he's got some startling insights about this movie which is very exciting for us and i am so pleased to have him on the podcast and so please to talk about this insane movie which if you guys haven't seen it yet.
"alliot" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"But those parameters but i'm not going outside of them either and so so are are there any things that we splurge with a little bit the could be considered only let's let's say splurge let's say luxury items sure and so for me coffee is certainly want especially while we're alliot could yet do that's a great point so we could totally go to our local grocery store and buy some voters coffee and it would certainly serve the function of the caffeine ray which you know a lot of adults have become addicted to educate the caffeine delivery mechanism right yeah but certainly we we could go get forgers four well how about you know that big kanfer like a bucks cosco version yeah but were totally willing to go to you know or or local um black coffee roasters here and pay three or four bucks for a cup of coffee right yes yes i guess you consider that a split but none the noticeboards where did you what did you just a luxury luxury ah yay yet absolutely is a luxury an end so but any luxury the the key than is the not do it in excess rain that to to try to curb that if i imagine if i had 10 cups of coffee a day it's not lecturer anymore it's a bad habit as an addiction shirt appoint an and be it is diminishing returns that ninth cup of coffee buy a home like my doing hey what a wawa so much money and be like what the helmet doing into my body this is this is actually worse than if i were not drinking at all but you get that you get as incremental returns the first kabra maybe even the second cobb you you get a positive sort of benefit it feels good and and you can afford it as well and that's kind of the key to me man yeah can you afford it honey dad's thing about dave ramsey i will not be buying a threedollar cup of coffee buy a credit card debt had any that at all student loan debt if i had if i had a mortgage.
"alliot" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Yes yes oh a and and people inland they guessed wrongly crispin glover know they let him his water the stage anita given glover thought he was just going to do an anti kaufman dead and play character and try to kick letterman and and uh and he made the wrong guess i want to play a little bit of chris elliott on the show chris alli it of course the brilliant a writer and actor who started on the show as an nbc page david letterman figured out or he offered to david letterman that his father was bob elliott of bob in ray of which letterman was a fan and he ended up working on the show eventually became a writer on the show and was in some ways an outsider on a writing staff where the folks generally came from places like saturday night live in the harvard lampoon alliot was a huge voice on the show in the middle of the 1980s and the characters a he played were often very hostile actively hostile but also he never submerged himself into a character mmm he always seemed like like letterman he always seemed to be both in the thing in out of the thing at the same time and he played marlon brando his impression of marlon brando isn't uh on the waterfront i could have been a contender whatever it's slightly broken down old still thinks of himself as grand marlon brando and this is him demonstrating he we walked on stage with a paper bag full bananas.