36 Burst results for "Almost Ten Years"

Dave Bratt on the Merciless Nature of Inflation Rates

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:03 min | 19 hrs ago

Dave Bratt on the Merciless Nature of Inflation Rates

"Back with the dean of the business school at Liberty University liberty EDU. Dave brat talked to us about the merciless merciless nature of mathematics and inflation rates and what you learned when you looked at inflation in other parts of the world. Yeah, well, so the interest on the debt, you know, I want to take a look and see what the basic facts were. It shocked me. When I went out and looked and this is, this has been long running debate like we just said going back a decade or two. But I came across one stunning graph. It's at brat economic saw posted today for the crew out there. But it basically shows over the past 20, 30 years for all of Western Europe, which is the more rational, hopefully, better run economies. But even for them, if they've experienced 5% or higher inflation, it takes them on average. And I'm being very fair here. When you look at this chart, 6 to 8 to ten years to get back down to 2%. So

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Fresh update on "almost ten years" discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

01:10 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "almost ten years" discussed on Poetry Unbound

"The pen by habiba bedroom. Three days before my father died, I lost the silver pen with my name on it, a 21st birthday gift from my aunt. I kept for almost ten years. That day, supervising students in college, putting up a netball hoop. I came home to ask to borrow his tools. We walked around the garage, and I ticked off the ladder, drill, nails, and screwdriver on my list, and he suggested I add a hammer and level. Somewhere between stacking and loading the car, I lost my pen without even noticing it had slipped from my hand. When I went home late that day I negotiated with loss, as I always do, not going back to the garage to look for the pen in case it wasn't there, to keep its absence and complete. So it could come back one day. And three days, the impossible sequences of death. I went back over everything we'd said that day, and the years when we didn't speak and the reconciliation, almost wordless, when we walked towards each other

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The Democrats Have Never Been SO Excited About a Hurricane

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:05 min | 2 d ago

The Democrats Have Never Been SO Excited About a Hurricane

"Now want to talk about a hurricane politics. I've never seen the Democrats so excited about a hurricane and they're excited because they have been unable to land any blows on Ron DeSantis. And so they think, well, at least the hurricane will do our work. And so, you know, just this morning that you have, you have CNN and they're literally interviewing people to try to find inconveniences like, oh, at my apartment complex, the pool was closed. There's a really long line to get food. Yeah, but to be fair, this is a catastrophic hurricane. It's a catastrophic. No, no. And we were just we were there. We were just in Naples this past weekend and I had an event there on Saturday and it was a really good event and the funny thing was Debbie heard about the hurricane even before the event. On the flight two Florida, I go, oh my gosh, there's a hurricane headed to Florida. There's a hurricane headed to Naples because at the first, that's where the trajectory looked like it was headed to Naples. Now, I have been around hurricanes since I was ten years old. I've lived on the Gulf Coast of Texas almost all my life. And so I have lived through many, many hurricanes, including some here in the Houston area, and I know that they're nothing to laugh at because they are very catastrophic and especially if you live near the coast. There's a storm surge which could be ten, 20 feet high, sometimes depending on the size of the storm. On the category of the storm. So it's very detrimental. The winds are horrific and if it sits over the area for a long period of time like Harvey did back in 2017, it creates catastrophic flooding for the area. So I know the funny thing is we did the event on Saturday, no problems. In fact, beautiful in Naples and then we got out on Sunday to come back to the podcast and in fact when we left the hurricane up here to be missing the Naples area.

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Tyler Bowyer Explains What Americans Can Do Ahead of the Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 d ago

Tyler Bowyer Explains What Americans Can Do Ahead of the Midterms

"Talking for some time here about the midterm elections and how it's starting to trend better, but we got to put in the work we have to put in the work. You got to do your ten by ten. You got to find ten people who find ten people to go vote. But I always ask people to say, Charlie, I want to save the republic. We actually had this at a turning point event resolution. How many doors are you not going to? Well, I don't knock on doors. Well, then you're not doing what you need to do. To help us walk through this and also just rank choice voting and all things politics is the mastermind behind turning point action, Tyler Boyer who actually joins us remotely first time in a while. Tyler, welcome back to the program. Hey, what's up, Charlie? We're on the road. Getting ready for another 30 to 40 events this month, knocking doors, tens of thousands of doors every weekend, but attorney point action. So we're excited about what's coming up here in the key target states. It's great. It's TP action dot com and so before we get into some of the specifics of what's going on, Tyler, walk us through the events this weekend, the super Saturday that we're having here in Arizona. Yeah, so we actually have an important one coming up. Right, not far from our headquarters and mesa, Arizona. Where we are knocking doors and the key target area and mesa, what a lot of people don't realize is happen in many of these key target states. The Democrats had known and focused on redistricting in a big way. And so Arizona has been at the epicenter of the redistricting battle. And there's about four districts in Arizona that are purple. Yeah, they're very close to being overtaken by Democrats, and that was intentional for the next ten years. And so essentially what we're doing is making sure we're focusing on those areas first, to hold those as Republican and conservative and put those in conservative hands. And help save the state. And that's happening, not just in Arizona, but in Georgia and Michigan and Wisconsin. Ohio and Florida right now as well.

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Why the U.K.'s "trickle down" tax cut plan terrifies investors

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

Why the U.K.'s "trickle down" tax cut plan terrifies investors

"The Bank of England has taken emergency action to stabilize British financial markets after the government spooked investors with a program of unfunded tax cuts I'm Ben Thomas with the latest With the British pound tumbling in the cost of government debt soaring the Central Bank warned crumbling confidence in the economy posed a material risk to UK financial stability in a less Susan streeter of hargreeves lansdowne in London What the Bank of England is doing is stepping in to try and calm down the market But it does smack of a bit of panic and frustration that the government isn't doing more to retreat away from these promises The Bank of England's plan to buy government debt helped stabilize the bond market after ten year yield spiked more than a full percentage point to just over four and a half percent after the tax cuts were announced but analyst Muhammad el Arian with Allianz says it's all having a global impact This is a UK fueling

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Bob Cesca on Republican Support for the Theft of National Secrets

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:59 min | 4 d ago

Bob Cesca on Republican Support for the Theft of National Secrets

"Couldn't wait to get you on today because of course Edward Snowden thing. I was just like, oh my God. Bob says, I tried to tell you how long you just said, right? Matt Gaetz said Joe Biden should pardon Snowden, and you said Republican support the theft and exposure of national security secrets. Period. Yeah. How long ago did we say this? Snowden is a traitor. 9 years. It's been 9 years. It'll be ten years coming up this coming up summer in June, I believe it is. When the first story Glenn greenwald dropped happened. And so this is not surprising to those of us who were following the story closely with a critical eye back in 2013 when especially and I wrote a piece about this back in 2013 about how as soon as Edward Snowden was shepherded from Hong Kong where he had a birthday party, a birthday pizza party at the Russian consulate, he was taken by WikiLeaks attorneys. Hi. See, all these names are so appropriate now. Have a new patina of weirdness about them after the last 5, 6 years. Yeah. And so he separated by WikiLeaks attorneys to Moscow, where, while camping out in the Moscow airport, he hires Russian attorney Anatolia. I think that's how you pronounce his last name. And anatoly kuchar Rena is a, or was a lawyer for the FSB for the Russian FSB. And those of us who have been falling from Russia all along what the very least watching the Rachel maddow show. We all know what the FSB is. The FSB is the modern day version of the KGB. Yeah. And one of their attorneys is the attorney who represented Edward Snowden in Moscow in 2013 when he was there in the airport. So this is no surprise to any of us that he is being offered Russian citizenship by Vladimir

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Breitbart's Matt Boyle Describes What Breitbart Means to Him

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:32 min | 5 d ago

Breitbart's Matt Boyle Describes What Breitbart Means to Him

"Been a bright Bond. How long? Ten years now. Okay, ten years. Tell us a little bit about what breitbart means to you as a journalist and a conservative, and for those who aren't familiar with Andrew, I sat there. I worked for breitbart. You know I was the national security editor before I joined the Trump administration. But I never got to meet him. So why is he so different? I think one thing is fearlessness, but you tell our listeners and our viewers. It wasn't just fearlessness. Yes, it was fearlessness, and we see a lot of that across the conservative movement. Now, a lot of people out there being fighters obviously Donald Trump is probably the preeminent example of that. But it's not just the fearlessness. He was downright funny, too. Like if you ever hung out with Andrew, and I would do it. I never actually worked at breitbart when he was alive. He always tried to convince me to come over. I worked for Tucker Carlson. At daily caller, yes. So Tucker was my first editor. I've been blessed to have some great mentors. So I got to know Andrew breitbart really well. Yes. Yes. Totally changed my life. I changed my perspective on banks. Why? Tell us why. What was special about his perspective? He approached it from, so I was in journalism school. I was getting a master's degree. When I met Andrew breitbart, so I was freelancing and working part time for daily caller while I was going to American university for a master's degree in journalism. And then this was during the Tea Party movement in 2010. And I was doing a story for the daily caller on bias against conservatives by the left media at these Tea Party rallies where they were going out and interviewing people and then selectively editing them and deceptively editing the videos to make conservatives at these rallies. It's a good people that were going out to these Tea Party rallies to make them look like racists. And so I was looking for somebody to talk to. And I think it was Tucker who recommended. I reach out to this guy, Andrew breitbart. I'd never heard of him before. So I sent him this big long well thought through, press request email. And I went through the journalism training that you're supposed to act like your objective and you're supposed to, this, that and the other. Andrew and I started talking about this in about the flaws in the industry and it was him who I think convinced it was among other people, but it was him talker a few others that convinced me that the biggest flaw in the media industry that you see this across the board in The New York Times Washington Post et cetera is that they claim to be objective. There's no such thing as objectivity. And frankly, a lot of the bias that you see inserted into the media is unintended.

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The Mistake of Believing in 'One Love for Life' With Jay Shetty

The School of Greatness

02:01 min | Last week

The Mistake of Believing in 'One Love for Life' With Jay Shetty

"The individual has to decide, I think the choice is, do I want a long-term relationship? Or do I not? And there are gifts and pain points in both. Like they were really exciting, amazing things about getting someone new every few months. And they were really painful parts about it. Absolutely. And then there's loads of amazing things about being with someone for a long amount of time, or at least long for me is ten years, because as long as I've ever done with someone, but then there are a lot of challenging parts about that. And I think everyone just has to know what type of life they're signing up for. And that's why we're having this conversation because I don't think that you have to love one person for the rest of your life. I don't think someone should be forced to believe that's the only way life works. Especially because some people dedicate their life to someone, then that person leaves them, where the naturally or unnaturally someone leaves them because there's infidelity or whatever they may be and the point is that you can't force someone to say there is only one person and I think often the institutions of the world marriage and religion often kind of enforce people to believe that when you got married at 21, you got to be with this person for the rest of your life. Or you're a failure. Correct. Or you made mistakes or you something. Some of these wrong with you. Yeah. And I think that's one of the things why people stay in a relationship for way too long because they don't want it to be something mistake or something wrong with them, so they try and try and try to make it work. And maybe they could have made it work, but they just weren't in alignment or something. But a lot of people, I think, are in shame when they get a divorce, or they're in guilt or they're in sadness for this loss because it didn't work out. They weren't who they thought they were. Something happened, right? It's a lot. I've seen people who have been through divorce. It's not fun. Any just a breakup is not fun. Even if you got married or not, people go through breakups and struggle for a long time, it seems like. So relationships can be messy for sure.

Kay Rubacek Reflects on Her Harrowing Experiences in China

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | Last week

Kay Rubacek Reflects on Her Harrowing Experiences in China

"Led you in your life to find yourself in 2001 in tenement square holding up a banner that says compassion. Well, I had been I'd been kind of sheltered from what communism was and then when I started in 1999, there was another persecution. So in China, there's been persecutions. The Communist Party regularly persecutes every ten years or so. Christians have been persecuted nonstop, faith has been persecuted nonstop. In 1999, was the latest one against the falun gong meditation group. I'd been doing those exercises for a few years. And then suddenly they're rounding them up and killing people for doing this, which to me is nonsense. How on earth can they do something like this? And so I needed to see it for myself. I heard that there was some Americans, actually, the first Americans that I met. I met on Tiananmen Square. And caucasians said we're going to appeal. Will you come? Well, anyone wants to come. So I came, I went on that day with a friend and it just blew my mind to think that I could be arrested for holding the word compassion on Tiananmen. Well, I mean, again, we have to be clear, folks, if you grow up in a place like Australia or the United States of America, you probably have no idea how evil things can be in other parts of the world or what others have suffered or are suffering while you're going about your life concerned about finding parking

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A Closer Look at a Song in Book 8 of the Odyssey

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:30 min | Last week

A Closer Look at a Song in Book 8 of the Odyssey

"We are talking about a song in book 8 of the Odyssey, demoticist the Bard is singing about an episode all too familiar to anyone who knows the story of the Trojan war. And that is that Odysseus devised the brilliant idea of gifting the Trojans with a large horse, the horse, however, was cunningly packed with Greek soldiers, the Trojans sort of naively or foolishly pulled a horse into their city at night, the sides of the horse are busted open outcome the soldiers. They opened the gates, a massive army of Greeks is waiting outside. They come in and thus is accomplished the sack of Troy. Now, we're talking about Odysseus as he hears the song, he starts kind of weeping. And the first question I want to ask is, why is that? It doesn't seem on the face of it. It makes sense why Odysseus would be weeping. I think there's really only one answer, and that is Odysseus is weeping really out of just relief, relief that his not just at a scheme worked. You know, he knows it worked, but CEO discus has been at sea. Essentially, buffeted from place to place for now ten years. So he doesn't know if anybody even knows about the about how the sack of Troy was accomplished, presumably people know that it happened. But how it happened, who came up with the idea, imagine if Odysseus had said to the demotic is, hey, I'd like you to sing a song about the Trojan horse, and demotic is said, what Trojan horse? Well, then Odysseus would know that these people, they don't even know about the Trojan horse. They don't know. They know that Troy fell, but they don't know how it fell. They don't know. Or if demotic assists said, oh yeah, there was a scheme of the Trojan horse, but some other Greek came up with that, not Odysseus. Then Odysseus would know that he Odysseus is not getting the credit by which we mean the chaos, the glory, the reputation. Notice, et cetera earlier that chaos in the Odyssey is not about the next life. It's not about what people say about you after you die. It's about what people say about you even while you are alive. Do they record and notice your exploits do you sort of get the reputational value of the things you did? So Odysseus now realizes that yes, his name is not going to be forgotten. People, even the far flung fakes, no that it was he Odysseus who came up with the idea of the Trojan horse. So hence Odysseus weeping. But now let's cut turn the Homer simile because Homer simile is very odd. Odysseus is weeping as a woman weeps whose husband has just been killed on the battlefield and she's being dragged into slavery. Now who do we think about here? Well, we actually think about the Trojans because their city was sacked. Their women are weeping. Their women see their husbands dying and then a beaten on the backs on their backs by Greek soldiers who are like, come on, come on, come on, it's time for you to basically leave. It's time to go into slavery, basically your life in terms of your life as in prosperous Troy is over. The rest of your life, you're going to be a slave. And in this society, being a slave means also being a sexual slave of some Greek master. So incredibly, Homer is comparing the Greek Odysseus weeping to the weeping of a Trojan woman, but possibly Aphrodite, the wife of Hector, seeing her husband dragged around the walls of Troy knowing that her fate is one of slavery. Knowing in some sense that their son, their little baby son's life is doomed. So what Homer is doing is he's kind of reminding you that the victory achieved on the Greek side was not a victory for the other side. Odysseus may be weeping for one reason he's obviously not weeping because Troy fell, he wanted Troy to fall. He devised the scheme for Troy to fall. But even though Odysseus's perspective is in a sense narrow, it's the perspective of the winner, Homer's perspective is much larger, Homer recognizes both sides of the conflict. And so in a kind of beautiful analogy or similarly, he compares Odysseus's weeping with the weeping of a lamenting Trojan wife.

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Kids Don't Worry About Being Good— They Just Create

The School of Greatness

02:29 min | 2 weeks ago

Kids Don't Worry About Being Good— They Just Create

"One other thing that comes to mind when you ask about how to sort of gain the confidence to do something that maybe you're not necessarily supposed to be doing or something that's disruptive, like going up to strangers in a public place and saying, hey, let me rap for you. I feel very grateful that I started freestyling when I was a kid. I started when I was ten or 11 years old, and at that age, I think, at least for me, and I think for a lot of people, we're just a lot less judgmental of ourselves. That's fearful. Yeah. Just goofing around, being silly, having fun trying stuff. Exactly. Experimenting. Right, like for me, as a ten year old, I'm in love with this music called hip hop, you know, at a visceral level. I'm in love with the way that it makes me feel, you know, the low end of the base and the Trump smacking hard and this vocal that even though I don't necessarily understand what the rappers are talking about a lot of the time at that age, the way the message is delivered feels so important. And it's just gripping. And so I'm in love with this music and for me, as a ten year old at that time, it wasn't like some big decision that, oh, now I'm gonna start wrapping. It was like, yeah, of course I'm gonna play around and try to rap, you know? Sure. I'm ten. And that sounds super fun to me, you know? And I love this thing. And like, why would I not try my hand at it? You know, at that age, it's almost like finger painting when you're in preschool or something. No preschooler does a finger painting the whole time being like, oh, is this good? We're gonna like this. Like, oh, I wonder, what's the point? Why am I even doing this? Maybe this isn't for me. You know, no preschooler is doing that while their finger painting, they're just getting messy and having fun being creative. Right. And so I think for anybody at any age, you know, because somebody might be listening to this and saying, well, that's great, but I didn't start when I was ten. And I've done a lot of teaching both drum lessons and working with freestylers and aspiring rappers. Yeah. I've taught a lot of private lessons and also done some group stuff in schools. And but when I'm working with people who are a little older, maybe in their 20s or 30s or even older than that, I think one really important thing to keep in mind is as much as possible if you can try to channel that inner child when you're practicing and when you're in the beginning when you're sort of getting comfortable with this idea of doing something that feels crazy, like doing a freestyle, your first ever freestyle. If you can take the pressure off and not judge it and start finger painting. Make it like finger painting. Do something bad on purpose. You know what I mean? Don't try to be good. Make a sound.

We've Got a Lot More Inflation Coming Our Way

The Trish Regan Show

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

We've Got a Lot More Inflation Coming Our Way

"We've got a lot more inflation coming our way. So we've got a lousy economy. We've got a messed up border. You mean to tell me that the Democrats are going to get elected in the fall? You see, they want to do anything they can to distract from it, even having James diller. They're singing to have a inflation party. I mean, that's really what it was. And it was a party celebrating inflation because these guys are so out of touch with what everyday folks are experiencing that they're actually trying to say, hey, this is great. Things are going down. They're not going down. Anywhere's near what we actually need. The Federal Reserve knows that, which is why we're going to find out this week that rates are going up. I've said they ought to go up by a point. We ought to get at least 75 basis points in the market, market may have a tough time for it. Look, some of it could be baked in at this point. That's why you had a really treacherous week last week. I still think Moore's coming. And I think smart investors will start thinking about how they diversify right now, including into things like dividend stocks. I mean, hey, if things are going down, you might as well get paid a little interest, right? To hold a certain equity, so I like dividend stocks. I'm starting to really like treasuries. I told you this is just a couple of weeks ago because those yields are going up. They're looking at 3.4% now on the ten year, that's kind of good. And I expect that they're going to go up even more. So

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Russell Wilson Booed by Seahawks Fans

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Russell Wilson Booed by Seahawks Fans

"I did not see the game on Monday night with the Seahawks and the Broncos. Were you surprised that Russell Wilson got booed in Seattle? I was surprised, but I wasn't shocked, I guess, is the way I would put it. All the stories started coming out about, I don't know, it was kind of an organized campaign, these stories start coming out right before the game and the fans obviously there are legions to the team and not to the players. I think what shocked me more than anything was, it seemed like he don't got no friends. Y'all. It's so weird for somebody who is not an ass. You know, I could see why people would be like, hey cool, I don't really mess with them, but I feel like people actually actively don't like him, which is like, I don't know. I don't quite get it. Yo, so a couple things there. One, what I took from them booing him was the fans don't view him as being responsible for the Super Bowl in the ways that fans typically associate with a quarterback. I mean, they have been in quarterback heaven basically for the last ten years by having him, right? It's very hard to have that sort of thing. It's very rare that you got a situation like that. And normally, even if there's beef, this kind of a man, we want a Super Bowl. We had a great run with you, right? We gonna clap to support that one. Nope, they went on the booze thing, even if he wanted to be traded, right? Keeping in mind that the Seahawks wanted to trade him, which is its own fascinating story again because they were in quarterback heaven and they were still like nah, dog. We don't want no parts of this right here. Like, that part surprised me, but the bigger part, I think is what you touched on is I've never seen a player, not even Jay Cutler, right? Who you played with? Never seen a dude where everybody that seemed to be at least part of a certain era was just down on him. Doug Baldwin, all that money you got, got a lot to do with playing with Russell Wilson. He had something to say. Richard Sherman, we're not surprised because we had heard this from all those legion of boom guys as far back as it went and you're right. Russell's not an ass, but what seems clear to me, right? And you tell me if I'm wrong here, I was having a conversation with my good buddy, David Dennis, because I saw him all around the horn. And his argument was basically that the dudes think Russell is corny, and since they think he's corny, they come in at him, and I'm like, no, no, no, no, no. This isn't the way people like when they think you corny, this is the way people act when they think you phony.

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A Montage of Joe Biden's Recent Blunders & Lies

Mark Levin

01:17 min | 2 weeks ago

A Montage of Joe Biden's Recent Blunders & Lies

"But we don't need to go to ancient history We can go to more recent history Just in the last ten years or so Cut 22 ago And it happens to be as Barack says a three letter word jobs JOBS John Where do you got the first sort of mainstream African American Yes Who is articulate and bright and clean Nice looking guy I mean that's a storybook man We hold these truths to be self evident All men and women created by go you know you know the thing You can not go to a 7 11 or a Dunkin Donuts Unless you have a slight Indian accent to fully I'm not joking And you don't know my state My state was a slave state My state is a border state My state is the 8th largest black population in the country My state is anything from a northeast liberal state I'm not going to be immune I got something to do I got to go do it Chuck Graham state senators here Chuck Stand up chuck let them see you Oh God love you What am I talking about I tell you what you're making everybody else stand up though pal Thank you very very much

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 Dodgers beat D-backs 6-0, clinch playoff spot (for real)

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dodgers beat D-backs 6-0, clinch playoff spot (for real)

"At a two run double to lead the Dodgers to a 6 zero victory over the Diamondbacks The rajas clinched a playoff spot with that wind and could wrap up their 9th NL west title in ten years with a victory Tuesday Bet says that's fine but there's more work to do It's good to clinch and whatnot but I'm just focusing one game at a time You know we still got three weeks to go and just want to continue to play and then we'll take it as a postseason Tyler Anderson scattered 5 hits to improve his record to 50 and three Schwarzchild Phoenix

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Seahawks survive Russell Wilson's return, top Broncos 17-16

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Seahawks survive Russell Wilson's return, top Broncos 17-16

"The Seahawks spoiled Russell Wilson's return to Seattle with a 1716 victory over the Denver Broncos Geno Smith who had to fill in the vacancy when Wilson was traded to the Broncos in the off season passed for 195 yards and two first half touchdowns People can write you off but you know life's about what you make it And so I've just been blessed enough to be in the NFL for ten years and been working my butt off and it's a team game and we got to win tonight as a team Wilson passed for 340 yards and a score as the Broncos piled up 433 total net yards but Denver failed to capitalize turning the ball over twice with fumbles at the Seattle goal line Jim Bernard Seattle

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People Love Carol Burnett for a Reason

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:19 min | 3 weeks ago

People Love Carol Burnett for a Reason

"People love you for a reason, but because I think you truly are such a nice person and that radiates and you're kind and it seems like so the antithesis of, you know, I just have to say what's going on. Trump's America right now and the way the dialog has become. And I think that's why people are even more like sort of nostalgic for that time. When you weren't being mean. Well, that's insulting everybody. When we did the 50th anniversary show, the ratings were really good. And people, I guess, wanted to be taken back to that time. Yeah. You know, and now I'm getting fan mail from ten year olds. Well, and the Netflix teenagers. Right, will you talk to kids? I mean, I've been getting fan mail before the Netflix show from kids. Little kids under line three hole. Yeah. Notebook paper. In pencil, then they'll draw a picture of this is you, miss Carroll, and but sometimes, and it's only if they're really little. And young. Right. I'll get a letter saying, I am going to be miss hannigan and Annie. Right. Will you give me some hints on how to perform? How to do this. Yeah. And if they leave their telephone number, I'll call them.

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A Look Back at the Life of Mickey Rooney

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:30 min | 3 weeks ago

A Look Back at the Life of Mickey Rooney

"Let me tell you, Mickey Rooney obviously was at one point the biggest movie star in the world for the late 30s to the early 40s at the peak of his career between the ages of 15 and 25. He made 43 films. 43 films in ten years. I know Bruce Willis just did that, but that's because they propped them up and put on earpiece in his ear and he was able to it's sad what happened to Bruce Willis, but no actor does 43 films in ten years. But Mickey Rooney was one of MGM's most consistently successful actors, very versatile performer and, you know, Lawrence Olivier, once said he considered Rooney the best there ever was, which is insane because most people believe Lawrence Olivier was the best there was, and I'm gonna tell you, I never enjoyed anything Mickey Rooney was in. If I'm being honest, never got the attraction. The Andy hardy movies? No, they were corny to me. I know those were the times we lived in, but I'd rather see Jimmy cagney Humphrey Bogart in a gangster film. I enjoyed a few things he was in when he was an old man, like that movie Bill. Very poignant movie, Mickey played an old man named Bill who'd been institutionalized by his mother since he was a child, and he finally gets out and ventures out into the big city where a nice family takes him in and he finally feels what it's like to be loved in his 60s. Dennis Quaid was in it. A made for TV movie. And I'm sure he never got over the fact that he turned down the role of Archie bunker, that had to hurt looking back, but Nikki Rooney made millions in his career. As a matter of fact, the first Broadway show I ever saw was sugar babies with Mickey and Ann Miller and they did that show over 1200 times and then it went everywhere for the next 5 years and he never missed one single performance. The guy was making $65,000 a week. However, he was a degenerate gambler and he lost a ton of his life's earnings. And he applied for bankruptcy later in life, which is so sad when a movie star does that. By the time he passed, he had 18 $1000 to his name.

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Bidens welcomes Obamas for portrait unveiling

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Bidens welcomes Obamas for portrait unveiling

"Barack and Michelle Obama returned to The White House today for the unveiling of their portraits It's the first unveiling since Obama hosted George W. Bush ten years ago continuing a recent bipartisan tradition of the sitting president inviting his immediate predecessor We may have our differences politically but the presidency transcends those differences But for reasons publicly unknown the tradition was halted during the Trump years Obama did not return here until 5 months ago I heard some changes had been made Joining his former vice president in April to mark the affordable care acts anniversary Michelle Obama will walk in the mansion today for the first time since moving out Sagar Meghani at The White House

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"almost ten years" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:12 min | 7 months ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Very excited to have tie west on the show. First time on the show, though we were just talking about you on the show recently with our mutual friend Alex Ross Perry. He was really excited about X, he encouraged me to see X. I saw X, I loved X I'm glad you're here. I gotta say, I'm curious why it's been 6 years, though, since you've made a movie as kick ass as X so maybe you can tell me what you've been up to in those 6 years. It's funny, I didn't think about that until I made this movie and everybody started asking me, so I've been a lot of that lately. You know, the short answer is that what has been even long has been almost ten years since I made a horror movie. And that was because I was very fortunate to make a lot of horror movies in a row. And I think I had a good run personally for myself. And I was worried that if I kept making horror movies, I would just repeat myself and it's like two years of trauma making a movie. So the idea of doing that and doing something you know how to do and you're standing there and saying going, I already know how to do this or worse doing something that you're not interested in. Like I don't want to make a career out of people opening medicine cabinets and closing it and they're being scary behind them. So I felt like I needed a break and I made ballet violence, which I was very happy making. And that was a good break. And then someone called and said, do you want to do a television show? And it had been however long had been of my life making movies and no one had called me and offered me anything ever once ever. So I was just so grateful to be asked to the dance. And I was like, I'd love to do that. And then I did it, and I had.

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"almost ten years" Discussed on Talks with Petri

Talks with Petri

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on Talks with Petri

"You elaborate. What you meant by that. I have to go back to the design industry. I'm fussing that by design industry. I'm not be signed or myself. But i value great design and the design us crates products and designs. Who work for me. They look nice and easy to use. I'm so far. I have been in in different industries for almost ten years then i had an opportunity to start a new business with actually a friend of mine. Who was one of my first customers in inaugura about twenty years ago in in hase often the life. He had an opportunity to do something new on. He wanted to do something new. Then we ended up discussing about the idea of of Ethically sustainable design come from a business model and after some sessoms found one by ourselves under that there are some some principles that we would like to follow in time block nurse companyman and one of them is that we should never do anything that is not good for us and for all the customer and we have seen all also designed ghazal all agencies Who come sale make make a crate sale speech execute brzeczek on at once. They have done. The coach ended approach. They leave on ben. The of the customer Is left without any support and they should stop implementing than your designs. It's a rare thing act. The new design is shining on polished. Bought it has some elements that A difficult if not impossible to to implementing into the product. That's one of the things and then From the consultantcy professionals the designer's perspective if they're working in an agency. It's not really rewarding in a long term if you do approach You get your cell phone team energized about doing another project than than you do with huge mondo energy a couple of of weeks our months and and then when everything is ready to be implemented from your perspective you meet on your start another approach and we decided to Changed the structure bit. It has worked. Well we have already in these few months untrusting both domestic and international customers on. We're doing Not only the fine. Tuning of reasonable user interface elements of the pixels. Stop but we also doing some more a little bit. More deep chain sees for augustus. Maybe the service All the products. John and we're helping them to transformation towards more modern style of design operations on design teams management. It's very interesting. I believe that Learnings took from idea at the time. the experiences coming from seoul's base in asia We did all for some some designed relate of their been building my own Software company business They all some help together in this new Often bench. That we have it's interesting. it's really interesting. What is your favorite word. I guess the how many times here it's it's properly. It's for sure. What is she at least favorite. Would i'd like world class. I don't like that at all. I think it doesn't mean anything world last november and for different different reason. I don't like a word honesty. Those are probably the twombly a report. What turns you own. Creatively spiritually or emotionally. What turns me on. I think that The moments an aerosol of of creating something new that souls big problem the relates to many peop- than she will nazis. it's a twofold is the profile. A negative reason on the other one is back stuffy. What is your favorite curse. But there are many there are many I'm heavy user of gross. Were i use them in different In in different goals. But i guess to some should should. I have only one most favorite one. I guess that. I better guilio got to dell what it means for the english speaking audience. It's the devil. What sound or noise do you love at least something that i have now won eight to hear more is team sports in team sports noise and the other one that i like more and more a silence. What sound almost do you hate speed camera. Flash doesn't probably make any sounding into the car but it is that i had a concept and it's terrible what profession.

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"almost ten years" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal

"So i i. I went to some friends in In london and i i want to the riverside chizik as With monica and steven. At the time. And so i did that for a little while but then an opportunity then met mccormack partner. Twenty years ago and then we moved to brighton was only in riverside for about a year or something and then that's when brightens when it really exploded really because an opportunity as as the head coach with dean and then overpaid of just almost ten years managed to To link with five sports program so those two venues themselves were. I was controlling around sort of twenty five tennis courts with with three indoors or big schools program. A couple of other clubs running off it so then managing a much. Bigger team coaches and then Are you know. I was interested in in the chew train so i've been to university and got a business studies degree long. We've with Recreation and i really liked presenting stuff wanted to help the coaches and and help You know we've all of that stuff and quite inspired by people who did my have all three with in again. It's on like chris. Pates and john edgar jamie joining jamaica. I am quite inspired by them to get into to train. So i think you know that was that took me down to church remote route. You've you've zoomed through this huge expansion of your business if you like it in brighton so it would almost be as two things that came to my new speak in. The first one was the year in riverside. I never realized that you did that. Kind of a kind of coaching was that good reset for you. Yeah riverside was. Probably the first time i've worked for a commercial venue right so i think it was a or at the time and it was well. There's some real perks not right. Now you've got the jamie got sauna you've got the all of those nights facilities and you know it's obviously a very affluent area right so you working with you. Know some high level people on adult programs for kids programs you know stepping into the performance stuff as well so it was a good know time as well so i felt i felt at that time. This was probably the start of start of everything off a gut. Sorry chris i you know in terms of working for commercial venue. I didn't really float my boat right..

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"almost ten years" Discussed on Born to Impact

Born to Impact

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on Born to Impact

"But if it wasn't for that person saying to you then how many more weeks go on that. You're having this lackadaisical attitude towards your health in the back of my mind. Want everybody to know that may come out like that so blunt but in the back of my mind especially me having almost ten years on joel. I'm thinking about him living longer for his children and his relationship. I'm thinking about how he can live the best life. You can't because we all know. Living overweight is not your best life. It just does not feel great okay. It doesn't look great. You don't feel great about yourself. There are some that. Do okay. I get it but in the end. I know that that's not what he wants. Okay so. I'm just touching on things that i know that we all have strengths and.

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"almost ten years" Discussed on AnimeCons TV (MP3)

AnimeCons TV (MP3)

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on AnimeCons TV (MP3)

"And then you're the one who checks the irs website to see. Wait a minute house. Oh to con- doing after we get the news. Yeah so you've got a random email. Yeah because i'm a member of oda corp because what people don't always realize that when you're signing up for hautacam every year you're not really signing up to go to an event you're renewing your membership one of the perks of which is you get to attend the event and this is also. Something happens also with anime boston. It's the event run by the new england anime society. And it's why they you know it's not like you're buying a ticket or you're buying a badge. The language often. You're buying a membership yet. I guess it's because these are five. Oh one threes So but this was this email with this news. One out to people on the Newsletter and i tell you just commenting on it. It's like wait. What's going on and i've covered hautacam as press for almost ten years. Now i i lost track at this point and i i was checking my email ag. What's going on. And i had to get a copy of the email from mute at. See this news. Yes i did it to a couple of different journalists. Who were covering the news. I was just like i. I didn't expect to be the person breaking this news because it was just a standard boilerplate email which i assume they meant to send out to all members. Yeah it was on before we get too much further along. I want to preface. A lot of. What i'm to be saying is that i know for me personally to is one of my favorite conventions. I have a great time every year ago. So if i'm taking them to task it's not to be mean But there is some stuff that's really kind of frustrating for me as someone that always looks at this kind of things they do things well or they're always trying to do things better so i just want to preface that but as a member of press i never got it and we're now recording this full twenty four hours after that newsletter went out and i still have not seen anything from oppress channel The only thing on both their twitter facebook pages Some people got this Email and we're wondering if it's really us yes it's real and so many of.

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"almost ten years" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Morning everybody's DJ envy Angela yee Charlamagne the god we are the breakfast club we kicking it with media leaks he I want to talk about you and Cynthia is well let's do some more positive things because U. S. India also had a moment where you guys on this series actually manager relationship as well so do you felt like with you in Kenya because you clearly I mean with you inside with you in Porsche clearly you guys had a special relationship and she looks up to you and also with you and Cynthia are those relationships stronger now do you think you'll ever be the same then what they were before I have things changed no words could be a concern you know my issue with her ease I would prefer her for almost ten years right so if you see someone phantom the person even W. H. all right would you be okay with you for ten years you could speak up and be like that like that fat little respect when he gets in I'll get you my life well like you know that that's not who I am the least you could do it you gotta be like that girl is not like that you know I'll start back can you fit a couple banker W. you did I know she gas from fiftieth so right there I'm what they really feel about it are you from many I want to have a great waiting for me back I don't be there anytime I can't hear anything bad like it's my fault I have four extra couple call it's my fault so maybe if I go to hell when I bring my own food amount right you need to go boy then you need me yeah cat A. R. B. S. you're getting about one medium size I'm glad you close your laptop during the show because y'all look stupid yeah look crazy screaming at each other through Zillow but all the crazy though are you really glad I brought my laptop if there don't look crazy yelling that he got the have you seen somebody like is is very entertaining but I will post it looks like your breast or social distancing from each other like did go in raise the light is so I was only watching that last night I'm like this is it like I'm glad you're welcome to start a fight they they got a little thing called media okay look like epistle from white chicks like their goal you from harm I would have made the way it brother G. A. B. original had accomplished I'm if I'm around all the way through what so we're gonna talk about that when I get off with you okay so you say that you wrote down all your reads don't meaning they'll try why you wrote down all your I am elderly and mental problems and I have everything I can use so you so even if she was looking bottoms and they have to mute you after that so what yes right on top you may ask is either come in is even coming back to the show no money he borrowed I don't see the purpose over yet talk about finances but she did buy a new house right we got one one you had referred me what's wrong with that at all you got is I want to ask you can say what you say to people who eat at me I like you know I got your name address what made you want to live with the problem he is the only one who shot back now the last time you will go about one mile that's what we know you from a that was the last time we heard you okay you don't joke about all the women alive you've got a guy like you weren't looking bottom try to be in they also have a yeah I mean like an Audi people you come back I mean the fact that you you got it you got to see somebody so you don't knock okay his door and and strangle her the fact that you got a close laptop because you're tired of these women are you coming back it is messed up your mental state about my faith the only way I see myself coming back is bad tweeted the proper way I feel like it's very unfair and I feel my production has a lot to do with that I feel like production B. what's happening and they can easily say you know it ain't fair next week without meds it will be attacking me it's ridiculous to me at this point yeah that's all that we're doing yeah why my only child you know every time I sit on the shelf and these girls say you're not in every episode I'm not in every effort also isn't there something else to be talking about we talking about needing what do you guys do and then I like to do anything with it she's not in every episode he's not doing them after I have the show honey have you last year on the fun side of things you have a new single out now are they going to talk about your music on the show what's happening with that come a getting a plate of it yesterday right to play a little clip of it yes they did talk about it a little bit yesterday on the reunion and job if I know you know these girls about their deep in pain they've all been supportive of the Tom what is can he wanted to do a song with you introduce something would you be okay with that now it would not be okay don't act like candy can't write hits needy now can't be right I'm not giving her the work relationship would be proper I mean we work together are ready so I wouldn't want to see if not this beginners to everyone in this group I've worked with them on the show and I would not work with them outside of the show on anything everyone rewind what about Marlowe that is why I will not do business with anyone on this show I fortunately I cannot and that's just how we got to talking about starting a wine thing together though I remember seeing that and you were excited about all of you coming together and doing a wine I why would I did work at even babies you'd be up to a sitting here about the was my mom looked at models that you don't ride for her as hard as you should meaning why you don't rival Marlowe I can't believe my located at rapper Marlowe I don't you know I think you back you cannot read a little bit did you get this from Selimiye cited sources some models that you ask don't always drive for me like that deal you'll clammy around even them you ride for me but you will teach key with him that's what she said meaning what are you you know why I you know I have my own personal conversations with Marlo Marlo and I are free and I can rally that a lot of people mad that I came here everybody listed Jackie Meanie yes you can maybe you think it I can hear on the yaki onigiri myself and maybe one other person we got here in my family I can't hear everybody I'll get you to buy their stand up for me I'm fed up with him yeah now I know exactly what the real girls the whole thing if you have one the ever spoke after roll back in house may bring that up yep you know what we did not we have not spoken to me and I fortunately I have definitely reached out they're not going by the rules that all these people love to say call it may be asked all times and I think there's several times even I guess they I think they're happy mother's day with no response the I told you last time he was here I ask you a simple question how can you be friends with Wendy Williams she will always do that to you if you are friends with her that's just how she is she can't even help yeah I understand I understand I get it but I mean the brand that I am C. wrongful called her on facetime like that now yeah I don't answer where brand and I called her before on facetime and I always let her know so it's not like I call it oh my god you know if you start thinking about if you start talking without knowing people in the background I said I'm on facetime I mean I'm on Instagram live and so where are you I was trying to convert to promote her sale without done before if you did it I think you're going to try something new to mark down the what you're doing to Martha she was talking instead of me I know her it felt like somebody matic extracts and suddenly he likes he hung up the phone if you start a Bravo better now you know me a bit on my brows all not only is it all real housewives of Atlanta those emails you like it's like bottom feeding type is what she called it we may be able to seven figures right okay so we're the bottom feeder vessel others go not dish out watch your so called friends meaning there's a limit that you want to come to wind the watch is still covering okay can I get a job may I get it we don't stock I get it hi we got more with any leaks we come back we'll move is the 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"almost ten years" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"No I ain't even said drew I've known you for almost ten years now and I love you you're wrong about brie and then he cursed at me he's laying waste compound gray is an American treasure well I think the American valiant brie is a treasure for Americans you bake some breezy and then all of a and then you cut open that Melty beautiful goodness and you spread it with an apple are you spread it with the raspberry compote god that is so good it's just not rich enough D. isn't rich enough not rich enough I need a strong bold cheese like what like a blue or like god you would choose blood you would choose over breach not blind it's blue it's blue it's not blue it's B. L. E. U. which is like a nice age guda money I'm not here to tell you good is bad I'm here to tell you it's good John I was cooking burgers yesterday and I had to choose to Jesus okay that's okay what nothing nothing now you are just riled up I'm riled up you just lose yourself is that what you're freaking great you set the table all right this makes sense now so I I was gonna have a little cook out for my myself my son and his mom and little poops by the way do you see that Instagram story for little yes if you make no move low burger yeah I mean I I get real hot dog is an ex gay liberty **** right out of my home I guess I know she I'm so in love with this dog people approve I'm trying to believe me I do every time his mom goes to leave like I hope you're ready for something so I was gonna have a little cookout and I said alright I'll make burgers have made burgers in forever what to cheeses are the perfect two cheeses to put on my burger wait now is this question if you're going to have to cheeses on a burger what two are you picking yes because what what if I say to you why you gotta complicate things would to Jesus yeah so you have to put two different voices on one burger you're just giving options of theirs and they slice on that burger no two cheeses on one bird okay well we're gonna you know start with a fundamental disagreement here that I don't think you should be putting two slices on an average burger you want to get weird every time I you know once in awhile you want to try and spice it up that's okay but your average burger should not feature two cheeses in my opinion I'm gonna agree with John on the sun well maybe I just don't every cheese and I thought to be refreshing to put a provolone and a Swiss on a burger okay I mean and I'm gonna que se right out the gate those two wouldn't be my first two what will be your first two or even the threat that we just want now you're going to try and paint this picture that I'm some elementary level douche who just doesn't have an analogy to tell you're gonna pick choose an elephant who doesn't have an elevated palette yeah like the great you know gated community Karabo as I like to call in I think if you're making a traditional cheese burger or if you're going somewhere and ordering a cheeseburger standard nine of the ten time yeah American cheese okay okay thank you Kraft American singles mean I'm not I'm not not even she I'm not gonna say a brand name because the single tube there is you can you can go to the store and find a high level American cheese crab grass singles is not cheese but the bailable think about this true you go up to the the the guy fieri is burger bar right okay yeah what we can agree from of one of the better burgers that we've had amazing burgers so if they would if they were to slathering American cheese on those bad boys right are you telling me that if given the option you would have went in another direction totally would have chosen agree air I would have I would have taken them as lovely slice of monster okay well those aren't even normal burger cheeses right I don't like a normal burger like minds I'm just saying that the burger is synonymous with American cheese and if I'm at home yes maybe I'll switch it up I'm not I'm not opposed I'm not disgusted I'm not arguing with the Swiss or provolone I'm just saying the simple creamy nature of a of an American cheese best compliments a burger when I type in what she is because I was gonna type what she's goes on a burger joint you wanna take a guess at some of the Google auto completes what she's what so it's what cheese yeah because I'm not sure is close what she's goes on pizza is one what Jesus keto friendly is another what cheese is made backwards is yet another and then what she's on a Reuben which I believe is Swiss right yeah yes what cheese is made backwards that is a mother all you think I don't know but I I just click on one button backwards cheese queso Edom made backwards E. D. A. M. M. A. D. E. it's made backwards I don't get it okay because there's a there's a type of cheese called Edam cheese D. D. A. M. that is made of backwards the word backwards legal maybe keep explaining this I got it okay July hi who are you but we can all agree brie a French cheese would never go on a burger of knowing somebody would so we'll put somebody on the word what's wrong you don't the isn't it odd doesn't giggle waters was doesn't want their burgers that had all the crazy stuff I have Brianna all I think you're right I got a look it up they make some day yeah they are not the average burger place hello caller go ahead well it's from the two three nine but they dialed one first hello and about I did a live who are you it was one of those might Hey Mike how are you because earlier I was on the call let you know that during her years she is that she loves so much well that actually is cheese well yes ID and a Swiss is lovely on a burger I don't mind I don't like Swiss normally but Swiss on a burger there's something quite heavenly about that would you agree I agree any kind of cheese except like one burger cheese as long as you're not as good on America's not going to go well thank you very much appreciate that very much my good man they had a a garlic flavored Swiss that I was going to get as well okay I can appreciate that but here's the deal I grew up and eating burgers basically everywhere we went in my past life I guess you could say into me if I'm going to have a burger I want your standard really thick Patty with a Kraft American singles on an as basic as it can get some ketchup and mustard the basic Casper yeah he's the best that way the older I get it like I do have pride with this pretty late for I thought that sticker burger was like the better burger always right the fact is is that a thinner style you know fast food style burger if the meat is good that's probably nine and ten times going to be a better experience for a burger well debatable I mean my mom made some thick patties what it is that's I mean no offense Mike I'm sure it's a great burger but that's just your average barbecue cook Albert bomber dad grilled burgers that's fine but I'm just saying when you will start looking at that upper echelon of burgers a lot of times they are going to be a thinner padding I don't go yellow American or white America like it should be I I would I would go yellow American you would you check in I go white America I'm sorry I go quiet American all day long that's I have to say if you're a white American cheese yep say the white like quiet it will get you on that what American unless that's in danger now seven two seven five seven nine one eight two five to go live alone who are you Hey this is ray separate already got to got to want it all we'll we'll put it did you yeah what we're going to win the game for the day I had to order them I know you lan well no no you took an L. ray you lost you got the second one wrong you sure seven two seven five seven I wanted to five and eight hundred seven seven one one two five see now we're talking some really adventurous people salads fresh AF on Twitter said habanero pepper Jack cheese on burgers I gotta tell you went back to Detwiler is I was singing the praises of the switch the Amish Swiss cheese I got last week they got me on the Swiss kick yes this week same Amish brand but with the jalapeno Jack it's Poppin put it with some steak and onions this morning in my legs view the full release your paint a picture I'm telling you I'm telling you this I I they don't pay me or anything but I feel like every food I get from this place is just better to produce is fresher than any produce I've ever got so like what percentage are they giving you off either they're not I wish they were all I see when I would I was like really what you know trust me I tell you fifty no I have no I have no trust I'll show you my my debit card receipts for the past two weekends I trust you I like to go check that out as want to make sure I'm gonna get the same kind of develop you know discounts No discounts just a passion about it mean doctor barbecue did a live I thought he went there Jeff you had him up about it or no separately yeah hello livelihoods as everybody gets rodeo damn of the what's up I desire I like the story of my cheeseburger offered cheese burger but you deal with black truffle burger with brie cheese okay that sounds a little boozy even firm like Betty Boop jeep meaning me like if I said that sounds boozy it must sound GSL I work at a restaurant this is great you for special and stuff sometimes he also blue cheese gorgonzola is awesome so Greenville is on don't like blue cheese is the same thing about cheese on burgers we certainly try.

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"almost ten years" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Go many many years we've been doing this almost ten years now all right so we've been talking about the hard how we handle the hard we gave you some good supplements that we use whole food supplements professional grade supplements if you're having the arteries clogging up your we're concerned about clogging of the arteries blacking if you want to call it that the soybean let the sun is what we use a good general overall a great thing for the heart and all muscles in your body is the cardio plus which also has another product in it called cataplexy too which helps to drive oxygen into the heart and into your muscles now before we continue on with our discussion here what I'd like to do is I'd like to read you a success story and this is somebody that just came into our office they came to one of our what we were doing a live seminars at that time like what she heard signed up and this is what she had to say I had a runny nose almost every day every day due to my severe environmental allergies I could not get any relief with even medication now my allergies are pretty much gone my nose doesn't run all day every day anymore and thanks for giving me my life back and that was Cindy that did that here's one more I had no energy in us tired all the time my allergies were so bad they affected my life to the to my day to day life and how well I could function I now have plenty of energy I feel great my allergies are under control I can function normally again since my allergies were cleared up I can now breathe so much better I didn't even know that that could happen that was Charlotte you know I say this a lot we take this stuff for granted in our office things that happen in our office are really miracles and in other offices they would call miracles we just call it success okay so so if you want any a success like that now we're talking about allergies here but any health condition can improve you just.

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"almost ten years" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"almost ten years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Cold temperatures still but we are warming up today sunny and breezy by the afternoon not as cold with a high of thirty five for tonight clear breezy not as Colo twenty four for Saturday mostly sunny and mild high of forty two degrees for Sunday mostly sunny breezy and mild high forty six for Monday cloudy and a chance of some snow late the hive thirty eight Tuesday cloudy chance of snow hive thirty four I'm meteorologist Brian is Nancy with the storm team forecast on WTMJ in Madison right now twenty five Green Bay it's twenty walk a shot twenty seven in Milwaukee thirty two degrees news weather traffic and sports twenty four seven three sixty five on the W. T. M. J. mobile app Mike Spaulding newsradio WTMJ biggest issue this story is the biggest form for talking about what matters let's take a mistake now live at explodes studios at radio city this is the Steve's give readings show good morning Wisconsin eleven OO nine on this Friday at this for the last thing standing between me and the weekend is a Friday forum but I have a lot of fun between now and then to my left too smart women to smart people to my immediate left the cell Richards famously WTMJ radio you gonna say something so they say glad to be here totally glad to be here how long did you work here total yeah I think almost ten years are you sure well yeah because I am here is my other guest by the way we'll get to your story as well I work part time I work part time at first well maybe like eight years maybe not quite ten it's good to hear voice thinking because a lot of people if they remember the early days of what sort as WTMJ today for a while you and I do a couple shows together that was the tryout phase for me and right what has you a set you did help me a lot actually Eric bills that calling bowl in this part of that makes got worse my producer then but if that's not so long ago but it's only been three years and three years you miss radio I do your voice is perfect for it by the way thanks yeah there's going to be back you're still young you can get back into it all right we're gonna scouts to because you dropped of girl scout cookies for me today yes so we'll talk about that my other guests tennis shoes hi famously a fox six sure yes you I don't know famously well I actually still do get stopped around them there and I like are you the lady on the news and I'm like lady I wouldn't work like six I don't you look exactly the same so that's going to get that but yeah I mean local TV people one they know your face that's not gonna change well lets you change your hair color dramatically aids significantly it's true do you miss TV knows no not at all all right so what is it about myself right this intrigues me so your radio journalist you were TV journalist yes so you don't miss that world of telling people than the stories you know what I do miss is being out in the can as a reporter that got to go out into the community every single day and talk to so many different people about what was going on in their lives that I miss I do miss what is a grind it's a grind it's I got to the point where I just felt like so much of the stories I did there was a big focus on crime and I felt like the stories I was doing didn't reflect the world in which I lived every day I don't I just felt like I felt like the business changed I left the business but the business left me too and you you have a clean separation and and you guys were the same company now would you you don't miss a now no I would never go back to never gone now all right my number cell do you miss that doesn't mean you're digging into the news every day you're chasing stories you're doing I I'm I still I've heard some of your stories recently we've gone back and listen to his great reporting great journalism do you miss that as part of your life well I still do a little bit of storytelling in my current role okay which is important to me I I do miss that I miss the constant being busy and always having a deadline in front of me I think the the pace of work outside of a news room is a lot slower and it's hard to get used to but what I miss most is the people I mean yeah just the people that work here are just so phenomenal and we just had so much fun so you can work pretty early to arrive at two the party I had to leave because I have three little kids yeah time I had a baby and and it's just you know when when your kids are going to bed after you it's just it doesn't work when you guys sense of them back to me as we're kind of talking about we're gonna we're just discussing the show is how people get their news yeah I'm fascinated by this I was because you know because I do what I do but I've said for a while that people aren't some people still chases down a radio some people watched I still watch the nightly news and example all the networks but not a lot of people do that they're chasing a news in different places and one of those places of social media and and it's scary it it's scary in a lot of ways it is good and in this way it's a media sometimes you will I learned about the Kobe Bryant tragedy on Twitter I'm I'm always acted on my smartphone as much as I can be and you learn about things there but the reality is it's changing the the news that we that's out there it's it's inaccurate it's biased yes even by in some cases buys but by journalists themselves they did try to tend to treat Twitter as a different thing different rules apply that's dangerous your thoughts are like social media how to place an are you driving general really rich it was shocking to me the last election the last presidential election seeing some of the things that my friends and family or sharing that I I always say I don't care if it's a if you are conservative or progressive whatever if your if it's like democracy today or like something that is clearly not a trusted I will tell them like please consider the source and I do it every single time and they because the only share things they want their opinions being reflected back to them people don't want to be informed anymore they just want their team to win they want reinforce exactly and I I you would notice this when I would do a political story even a channel six I would get calls or emails complaining that I was biased from people who were on the left and the right how is that possible the same story to be biased because people only wanted to see what they wanted to have their own filters yes and I think that's a big problem people don't care to be educated so how do we fix that Thomas so you did this for a long time ten years how do you fix that dilemma they're not going to traditional journalistic sources they're finding other ways that are heavily biased heavily filtered and are not essentially accurate I don't know that is a really great question because you know as Tammy said there are these very obviously biased one way or the other news sites and I'm putting your quotes out here but more more pop up every day and they're not they're not regulated and I'm headed by anybody it's is it could be a block could just be somebody's opinion it doesn't make it a fact well I'm still I mean I think it's okay to still you know people watch fox news MSNBC or taught you know it's okay it's not that opinion shows are bad but that can't be all that you have in your life in fact it can't be should not be taken as fact and now we have people on and that's something that has bothered me even with like some clear I used to work at a Sinclair station when I first moved to Milwaukee and there was a section in the news that was an editorial it was not clear that that was an editorial and was this guy that comes on in the middle of your newscast with a very biased opinion and people thought that was part of our news and it's getting worse especially it's unclear stations on and get me started on what you think some of it is the organizations themselves not just sing clever others have blurred the lines so much that the audience consumers of news I have no idea of knowing whether that's that's real or yes or filter what I am one of my favorite stories the one we covered act ten when I was a channel six an act in all the right agency rights but I mean it was pretty intense around the protests in Madison we got there our live truck was and and not ideal spot for where all of this stuff was happening around five six o'clock and a bunch of people we were the fox station so a lot of those people were convinced that we were not showing all of the protests and what actually happened was our engineer earlier in the day left the truck in that spot we come out with notes we don't have time at that point to the move our tracking he just put it where he thought he had no idea what was going to be happening later in the day but they were there people behind all my gosh screaming at us that this was and how do you I mean everything is just about the filter I think through which people but I can't at the same time I don't know sometimes I can't blame them because I I I know there's a lot of you know bias out there but well sometimes it's about safety right safety of opinion and if you if you don't want to be challenged as you're reading your social media time winery arts you sing or watching your TV or listen to radio you don't want to challenge you want to feel comfortable in your opinion and that might be why a lot of people are choosing that route all right after the break you are very passionate about something that you've you've done together has to gun violence we'll talk about that after the break we sell Richards Tammy use the Friday former your WTMJ 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"almost ten years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Here ten almost ten years total one Saturday last October Kim was in charge of a kidney that had been donated as a team they I took over the kidney allocation the surgery was over now the clock is ticking they have about thirty hours to find a recipient transport the kidney to the hospital and transplanted first her team tries to find someone nearby we had went to our local centers and they did not accept the kidney when Kim can't find a recipient in the same region as the donor she follows protocol and called the national coordination center called Eunice the United network for organ sharing it's the federal contractor that overseas organizations like Jennys a few hours later a Eunice coordinator calls are back so remember getting the call she told me that she had placed the kidney and I said okay and I I went back to sleep Kim has worked three twenty four hour shifts this week she's catching any rest she can Eunice takes over managing the transportation and the kid he gets on the first leg of its journey leaving Orlando at seven PM it has twelve hours to get to its final destination North Carolina the kidney is supposed to make a connecting flight in Atlanta and I just remember the phone rang and I answered it and she said the kidney did not get on the fly instead of being put on the next flight to Greensboro the kidney is still sitting in Atlanta and she said the surgeon in North Carolina is having a fit and then I called Jenny Kim's words where we.

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"almost ten years" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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"almost ten years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Almost ten years ago thanks for being a venture at the end of town both old works the takeout counter at Amelia's which serves local food they know they're paid former for nearly two decades he drives to your Rico with a trailer gets whatever's left over from the booth brewing company and his pigs are raised on marijuana and beer like so many people in southern humble Beth has her feet in two worlds running a public business and growing cannabis she remembers one in the nineteen eighties law enforcement helicopters into the remote hills we were protesting and not moving out of the way so the helicopters could land back then when it was really risky to grow and sell cannabis the profits were high growers had money in their pockets that they could spend on higher end restaurants and specialty foods Beth rode the waves of change here medical marijuana the influx of get rich quick growers and legalization which she supported then in two thousand seventeen she tried getting a permit to grow legally and I would show up at the planning department with a box of pastries a big smile on my face and saying how can we help you get us through this process but she found it so frustrating and expensive she gave up one legalization expert told me it's not unusual for people to spend more than a hundred thousand dollars getting licensed at the same time the restaurant business started to falter five years ago Emily is added on to their takeout counter with a dining room downstairs unfortunately I have really bad timing because our community was collapsing I beginning of the collapse at first she says they had a thriving dinner service in private parties but legalization triggered a drop in price under a thousand dollars per pound down from over five thousand in marijuana's heyday I mean we would have no one we would just all of the staff we would just stand here she says the take out business dropped fifty percent the dining room more than that now Beth says she's really questioning her earlier support of legalization I just lay in bed at night and think what was I thinking I have strived to feed my community and I pray every day for guidance of what is the right path for a house and what is the right path for my community so I start to wonder if restaurants are struggling how ARE produce farmers doing first I take a detour to the little town of white for.

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"almost ten years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:06 min | 3 years ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Senators talking about that raise about three billion dollars guess what sure the senators said before it's going to cost you in your there will be a deductible in your paycheck you're going to the middle class first as someone making sixty grand three kids they're gonna end up paying five thousand dollars more they're gonna end up paying four percent more on their income tax that's reality do you like it I don't like it Elise is being honest now she's been you know these the bidens in others even liberal economists who are friendly to single payer have merged it this the norm is government spending that would reduce that she's wanting to require which would destroy the middle class so what do you have you have lived with warned today that release of this plan to finance Medicare for all and a total price tag of nearly fifty two trillion dollars including about twenty trillion of new government spending an estimate that is probably low because they always lie to you the same way that idea about obamacare member a bomb the care they said if you like your plan you can keep your plan if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor this is going to save American lives could be the great thing ever and then what was it Bernie Sanders who who advocated supported obamacare and I warned you about this gosh almost ten years ago now I warned you that obamacare was never created to work it was just created gets closer socialized medicine what was it the Bernie Sanders said recently remember this recently recently he came out and said that it would be obamacare was like cool it was like cruel and evil what it did to the American people will give your the guy that advocated for your the got it passed it goes back to what I've been saying for a long time never trust these guys what what would you name people she said we don't know what center we pass that she was that would maybe the true statement you that our entire political career generally maybe the most honest thing she's ever set so you go back to this Elizabeth Warren plan that she has here and she was hedging your bets it no one answer any questions and now all of her when she became the front runner now she's back I guess in second place she releases financial baggage of Medicare for all the price tag is fifty two trillion including twenty three new new government spending and that number I'm telling you it's gonna be a lie never play in court declares no middle class taxes will be necessary to finance a system which is also a light it includes what is effectively a new tax on all employers it would undoubtedly hit the middle class Americans now she she comes out and says quote today American health care is financed by makes a public and private payers under our single payer system me and Bernie Sanders have come up with called Medicare for all virtually all health care spending Winstead run through the federal government because that works so well at the VA right now warns plan says employers would spend about nine trillion I decade on health insurance coverage her plan aims to move the private spitting into the federal budget so it would make it illegal for you to have private health care regardless of how much money you have now under a plan large employers you currently pay for health care coverage would be required to pay a compare below mount equivalent to ninety eight percent of what they pay now I just did for the number of workers they employ in order to help finance Medicare fraud so that's going to be a tax on everyone yeah she doesn't call it a tax because if you're a Democrat you're probably just lying if you're a Democrat talk about health care you're definitely lying she even claim quote we don't need to raise taxes on the middle class bite one penny to finance Medicare for all that just a lie now she refers to this as an employer Medicare contribution under which companies would send payments the federal government for Medicare well if you have a massive liability comes to you as an employer what do you think you're going to do to pay that bill gonna take away money that you will be given to the employee this is a tax on the middle class you're gonna make less money because your employer is forced to pay nearly nine trillion dollar and payroll taxes I I a head tax is what some of called it for small businesses Joe Biden another democratic presidential Canada right when they said this is going to be a massive tax on everyone including the middle class you can say that it's not but it is you're a liar it's this is just a lot your life that you're pathological liar one eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven one eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven I want to go back to Dennis we were talking before the break I mean you you see this new plan and she tries to tell you that this is going to be raising taxes on the middle class this is going to be raising taxes on the middle class it going there's no choice because given the sheer numbers that she had so earnestly pointed out then there's no way he can afford to raise taxes on only the very rich here's a quick figure that illustrates my point if the risk if you were to tax all earnings over one million dollars a year per person among the top one percent all of their earnings over one million dollars per person all you get is six hundred billion she wants to spend over two trillion extra per year in taxes I got the figures been this is stunning and I hope that insurers a landslide reelection for Donald Trump it's thirty four trillion dollars that you would spend on the healthcare in ten years that's three point four trillion per year our government now on everything spend four trillion okay she also wants to raise taxes twenty trillion but then here's the most pernicious and disturbing part of her plan she no some people go to a company because they have a great healthcare benefits they're willing to earn a lower salary because their company will pay them more in that healthcare coverage Elizabeth Warren greedy Lizzy and forget that wants to seize nine trillion dollars a year that government that that companies would be spending on those benefits over the next ten years and take direct control of it in the government and decide how that spent what company for better benefits how right and then the and then the gonna end this bill also would make it literally a legal for me to buy private health insurance even if I'm a billionaire exactly because when government wants a novelty it needs to outlaw any other kind of competition even when governments locally start approving pot for recreational use they start cracking down more on ill on on black market used because now it's a tax revenue thing let's say you know here's a here's the part about this to people need to truly truly understand this is went when the government makes the private sector being in a business literally illegal that is the first red flag that you should run away from whatever it is they're proposing and that is exactly what's happening here in there they they are they are literally saying we are going to dictate to you this is what socialism communism looks like and feels like we will make it legal for you to make a decision we will take away your freedom and we will force you into submission and we will mandate something on you you can no longer take your doctors you can no longer buy private health insurance you have no rights when it comes to your health care you will see the doctor we tell you to see you will have the coverage we tell you can have and we will take a you know what amount of money from you to make this happen and there's nothing you can do to stop it that is what socialism looks and feels like absolutely and at at then they create the crisis and did they have extra reason to pass all kinds of draconian tax on the increases on top of it yeah you can add on and and and this is an incredible thing she's done putting out the so so specifically remember when Mondale running against Reagan reelection said you know what I'm going to raise your taxes and so will he it's just that are admitted we all thought Mondale you're so honest that so up straight up of you and then we gave Reagan one of the bigger landslide in history but I hope that happens this time I appreciate does nice to talk to your brother great to talk to great job tonight for the great one thanks man I appreciate it one eight seven seven three eight one thirty eight eleven let me go to actually Matthew hold on a come back to you in a second event Ferguson filling in for Marco van we'll be right back ban.

"almost ten years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:13 min | 3 years ago

"almost ten years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And today what we talk about is this man ash of I guess you could say holistic disciplines of what we tend to see at the results under here like what we do and we see great results our results basically taking into account the the ideas of the triad of health using that biochemical mental emotional structural balance all have to go together and stocked prone I have been working together for quite some time long time now yeah almost ten years yeah yeah and so we've been combined it was like well I thought you have in fact is so so how how we bring together chiropractic care and even the diagnostics and what we're doing we're treating and other types of modalities of the it was all center really can be as easier complex as you look at it because a lot of times when we're seeing it from practitioner standpoint it make me it may make more sense because we see how everything interconnects but to the person who maybe they've never had chiropractic maybe they've never had acupuncture and they're suffering from something that they're saying and this isn't working anymore that combination Leon hits everything so what year I think I think people are just is there a lot sicker today than what they used to be you know you'll hear thank you hear talk doctors all talk out you know these chiropractic miracles and you know you'll you'll hear guys have been treating for a long time you know it just used to be easier to get people well and people are just more sick today than what they used to be a lot of that has to do with in biochemistry and all the exposure is I mean we live in a very chemical world now so the inside of people is not what it used to be so when you're trying to extract oil changes you're trying to make energetic changes you have a lot of garbage out there carrying around and so you have to combine lots of different things now to really get on well and you have to do a lot of the songs of parity and that's the I think that's kind of it the challenging piece which is nice where we are because you can do all those things and parity and you know what I would say to people is if you've tried acupuncture didn't work or you tried chiropractic and IT worker you tried you know making nutritional changes and it didn't work sometimes you have to do those things together you have to do in a certain order sometimes and you know that's the piece I think we do really well and I think we see that when patients come in only just try them later but the order I think it's really important to know because sometimes you need one to follow the other and we'll have that even when we schedule patients out will have them kind of say okay if you see a difference between no seen doctor PO and then myself for myself and doctor pearl it some patients just know it yeah right away and you know everybody's different and and the body will only do what it will do and you know you got a baby step it sometimes and you know little slow pieces but here the order sometimes matters it it makes a big difference I think what's really interesting is we can kind of look at you know I would say in a long time chiropractic and acupuncture and in particular those two almost look like two different ends of the spectrum but there are basically so many crosses in between yeah and so many different ways that it's it's it's on rail really and that's why they do work yeah a joint team together yeah I mean you can't get structural PC you can move stuff around me that's the you know just in people's the easy part of what I do that's easy getting it to say there's a heart piece and you know if they don't have the energy to hold those things if they don't have the nutritional those things you know if the soft tissue just not well supported then in a then people have to get treated over and over and over and over again forever and it just never stays so you do those things together yeah I mean that's really where people get start getting traction with thanks and sometimes it's and it it doesn't matter you know it can be a great adjustment you can put the structure back perfect but if they're energetic just aren't there for the body just doesn't have the energy to hold it you know they really need to do acupuncture first they've they've got to get some what they've got to bring their energetics up a little bit for the body of starting responding to things yeah and I'll see it to where if someone comes in and say their muscles are just so tight because you know they're getting off about where they're super stressed and I know they have both appointments if I'm seeing them first I can help to kind of physically relax those muscles which makes the adjustment no better in Houlton and vice versa if you're giving them back into that right place where they should be it kind of helps afterwards so it really depends on the patient has on the patient not as easy seven done but essentially there are some other things that kind of leads to this link together and and since chiropractic has so much to do with the nervous system I mean I was looking at the Chinese medicine aspect of it because I thought three thousand years ago they weren't necessarily thinking yes this is the lumbar nerves that goes to you know X. Y. Z. muscles yeah but look from the applied kinesiology standpoint there's a ton of cross over yeah there is there and it's more now we're getting into this more five element acupuncture but it's but now it it crosses over and you know it's kind of neat I think particularly with acupuncture because there's so much more research going on now if it were you don't really actually starting to understand the real physical mechanics of what happens when you need somebody which is really cool you know there's do you know they're doing it with some of the that tomography scans and you know looking at you know real life blood flow and how it changes and things like that's the there's some really cool research coming now and that which is neat because it ties in you know centuries of usage into what what's really going on and which substantiates in everything you do well except as well as you know it works but it's you know how to explain it to so we know what's really going on right exactly and you know putting it in you know terms are sometimes more powerful for people to you know understand well I think what I think when we look at the chiropractic side of it too when people don't think about how the nervous system and the structural system around at the spine the vertebrae everything else all even even at any of the joints have to all interconnect to gather yeah and even just seeing some of like the models of the spine and can understand how that affects the the brain body diagram and how a nerve from your lower back can affect the digestive tract in the end of it being a digestive issue it's it could actually be coming from say the lower back yeah and that's it said that's something I think we do well with pairing everything together because you you have to the prom with most medicine today's a so compartmentalized into similar systems and you can't just look at just a heart or you know just the kidney or just the spleen or just that you have to look at the whole body to gather and how all these different parts are are playing together and working you never really get somebody well and I think that's the kind of the neatest thing with patients when they realize how interconnected everything is and sometimes the you know X. see you got if exam be first and get fiction together and you know that's kind of anything to say yeah so we're gonna talk about something that they I think they just as a great this kind of starting place and we might come back to that too because it's not something that you think if you're cracking someone's back greatly yeah that's going to help out my I. B. S. issues my colitis issues that you know that's that's clearly the gastro neurologists that's clearly another realm and you know when we think about what we're doing it even where you're just staying in where I'm putting needles and may be completely different from where that person's expecting it to happen but it's those neurological connection how that our general flow together and exactly make it work yeah see it's flowing like this show so well sandy if you know if anybody wants to call them and we're happy to take calls today on you know any particular problem and can I tell you Karpaty perspective or from a nutritional perspective racking punch reflective you know how do we look at that and you know what what would be some different things to to do for that sort of thing I do think that's one of the neat things about what we do is we do have not only the two of us but then we also have a nutrition apartment it kind of comes in and says you know on an everyday basis when you're not in the office what does nutrition have to do with it and if you need supplementation how do we help decrease inflammation and keep the body firing the way it should really I did you Trish in is that such a fundamental piece for most people and I mean our our diets are so bad here in the U. S. anyway that I'd say that's like half the battle for most people is getting the nutrition squared away getting the right things in here that you need and and get in the garbage out the diet and it's nothing works well when you're putting garbage in there all the time and the I mean did you know we know we know because we're in this bubble all the time but you know if people don't realize half the stuff that you know they're consuming is not good for you and why it's not good for and that's the you know the only just tell you don't eat as but here's why you should eat this and here's what it does the on and all the additives preservatives in all those things that those are real I mean those are those things that you consume day in and day out that you know that one little bit is going to make a difference but that little bit every couple hours every day you know every week it makes a difference over time right that's your new lifestyle yeah that becomes your CO two things to do and so when you don't know anything differently and when you start making those changes that becomes hard because you realize how many times they're eating a day how may times or maybe not drinking water it today or replacing that with something else and so does that have a fact on how or tissues in our muscles and everything fires because they're not getting what they need in order to be proper and function proper as well yeah and I think you know people asking what were you selling its like this Beyonce lifestyle change really I mean that's the big thing it's it's lifestyle you know what will get you going in the right direction with all these different things that we do but in the day's gonna have a lifestyle change you have to shift things and when were active you have to eat right you gonna drink more water together or else you know put my kids through college because you never really get better but if you change all those things and you know you well your body responded he'll yeah and so whether those tools of the trade or your hands to adjuster any of the physical therapies or Chinese herbs or nutrition so like that really it's it's putting in there and letting the person also improve their own healing which I figured out what they really need me right what's the piece that you really need right I mean everybody's different and that's the ultimate call kind of looking at what holistic healing is kind of doing looking at the whole body from top to bottom inside out and and really kind of pushing us in the right direction to make those changes last lot longer not only prevent disease and illness but also kind of treated the queues stages so we don't see that in convention medicine as long your listen to doctor Tom was alive we are going to take a quick break and we're gonna be back you're listening to death seven Pena and when I post here either you may have with accent this is doctor Thomas out author of agents health health is a do it yourself program my book now also available in audio version is a step by step program of how.

"almost ten years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"almost ten years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Double so we know that we have been band and this is why we ask you please please sign up for the Glenn Beck newsletter go to clinic dot com and sign up for my newsletter also if you can become a subscriber to blaze TV dot com because you're not seeing everything that we're putting out like I said this is the biggest video we have produced in almost ten years the numbers on the platform our our dwarfing everything now that should translate to the general population the people that are not members of the blaze but at least members of this audience but if you're tweeting it if you are trying to send it to your friends your being you're being squashed and the algorithms are squashing the release of this this video that shows the fax on what is going on in Ukraine and I don't think that there is a more important message right now and I can honestly I don't care who gives it it was talking to somebody last night as like have them just take all of this information they don't have to credit me don't have say just get this out this is really important we would ask that you would watch it if you haven't already and and and send it to all of your friends but also ask your friends if they will ask your friends if if they would also joined the blaze and become members I I really really want to hire an investigative reporter because nobody else is going to do this we we urge that you support us because I want to take some of that money and I want to hire somebody that will actually go over and look into Ukraine and dig up the things that we already have but.

"almost ten years" Discussed on WTVN

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"almost ten years" Discussed on WTVN

"Trump said Ukraine should be investigating Joe Biden now he wants another country to do the same president trump told reporters he wanted China to look into the bidens dealings there even as he is under fire for pushing Ukraine to do the same China just started investigation into the by. because what happened in China is just about as bad as what happened with. with you great no evidence has emerged of any wrongdoing by the bidens in either country A. B. C.'s been Gilson of the White House in an out of court settlement MGM resorts international says it'll pay up to eight hundred million dollars of the families of the fifty eight people killed and hundreds of others who were wounded in the Las Vegas concert master two years ago the Federal Trade Commission ordered jul and five other E. cigarette companies to hand over information about how they market vaping products the agency says it wants to better understand vaping sales in promotional practices Richard can't to ABC news I'm really excited to talk to Dan Nevins joins me Dan how are you this morning I'm doing great job yourself doing super I gotta tell you I don't want to dwell necessarily but in the army lost both of your legs and today you teach yoga you teach motivational messages you are a very very very impressive do. thank you very much Joe appreciate that how long did it take you from the time you had your accident until you decided this is what I want to do with my life. well it took a while it got to a pretty dark place as most veterans do returning from from more better and that means first responders police fire like and it's so it took me almost ten years to find yoga and I you know I thought I was good Intel the invisible in the war started to come back and shop in ways that were sort of bomb making my wife and a friend of mine suggested try your guide or that was the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard of that was the dude it's just not for me. and then she persisted and start with meditation because I thought that was a little more palatable the yoga and had some real results and then she convinced me to try yoga and by my third practice I was committed to teacher training yeah so so talk about that you know when you when you look at that we're the physical hurdles tougher for you to overcome or the mental hurdles. what kind of physical practice of yoga it took a while to adapt opposes physically I'm but all in all the visible won the war or did they're just flushing down lost both legs and deep scars comment from Roger in half like so many catastrophic injuries but in the world class medical care military medical system I was good to go I climbed Kilimanjaro into prosthetic legs really nothing I can do but it was the invisible ones that last your left unattended and then those are the ones that actually are the most catastrophic because even twenty two veterans and they take their own life and that's something that is not. you have to stop so that's why I think I found something in yoga so that's why I I teach because I want people like me. dad thinks you yoga is not for them they say like well look and none of these are things are working and I'm not willing to do this but so why not. and I've seen a huge success and great results just so pumped about it yeah I I you know I I again I'm just listen to you talk and I I I'm so. I don't know I just I can't believe that someone can go through what you've gone through in your life and then turn it into such a positive but that's what you're doing as I understand it in two days you're going to be in Delaware County you're going to do a free program walk me through how can people plug into that. absolutely so is the first Friday in Delaware that right nine closing off three bought blocks it's first responders a first responder day and they just show up at eight and then we're gonna practice yoga right there on those close down three blocks together and then Saturday actually Saturday is a free program and geared towards first responders birds really for anybody to show up and they can just go on the wonder within dot com all the whole schedule is right there the one in the register the wonder within yeah it's an amazing yoga studio we have a couple locations in in Delaware County and just such an amazing place and in my friend amber owns that studio which is the X. force better and she's a she's a firefighter EMS she's just the room the real deal and she is committed to bringing you over to the first responder community right there where she lives yeah we we need some more real deal people on the planet down there's no doubt about it so so when you look at that I mean when people come and meet you like you're gonna come to this event and maybe kinda know your story but then they meet you and see you and is there cut like initial like holy mackerel look at this dude or is it just like acceptance and let's go and let's learn a let's be better. well I think it's like I hopefully it's not a holy smokes with this do it because I'm just a regular do. and what I what I think this is the this is the gift Joel like and they're probably better yoga teachers in the world that I am but because I'm standing up there with no legs and doing the things that the boards like since they can't do they just to listen a little better when I'm teaching. well man this guy can do it and I will take full advantage of that because on the other side of this practice from the other side of of meditation and just taking time to be still is the relief that we're all looking for from from the things that I think to keep us up at night yeah well there's there's you know people get everybody's got a little bag here and there so if you can figure that out all good just a very practical question if I come in I want to do the other stuff do I have to wear yoga pants would be comfortable what. just be comfortable. your banjo I don't think I want to see is not the only one. did someone tell you what we're gonna put this out you know in the social media and let people know this is going on I hope you have a big crowd it's such a pleasure to talk to you Dan I really appreciate the time. likewise facial hair absolutely back to you my friend that's Dan Nevins formally in the army both legs taken off and ten years to get where he is now but now is given back its powerful stuff and again if you want to see what's going on wonder within dot com wonder within dot com that is really really cool..

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