18 Burst results for "Alyce"

"alyce" Discussed on Just The Sip

Just The Sip

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"alyce" Discussed on Just The Sip

"It's long overdue for everybody, but that is the type of alyce allies ship. Or part of being an ally that you need which is the user platform I think people are starting to realize again we can debate like. Is it too late or whatever but? It's finally happening, which is like you either racist or you? anti-racist period? What side of history you want? That you can't just you can't be quiet. There's no results face and time to be quiet. Your silent as we keep saying it's definite. Outer Louder Than. You think it does so Jimmy Johnson put out this video. I'd had a few drinks on Sunday, so I was ready to go at any Karen in those comments A. Rally. She's ready. She was locked. Nails. Fully charged like ready. Being work out to make sure. Issues ready to my surprise and shock. The comments under Jimmy Johnson's video were positive. Ninety nine point nine percent positive. It was beautiful. It was amazing to see that NASCAR fans were ready to listen and hear. And not that they were like. We're going to change tomorrow. It was that was a beautiful message and I. Appreciate What You did you know? Yes, which is green? But one bitch came through. There's always mine is always. Always. Always one. was always. At least there's at least one. And I will say this. She was not defensive. She was just confused and I think what happens in in White, Americans mind. They get defensive because they think were pointing the finger at them and when we say you need to listen. We actually mean you need to listen Mike. It's not like we want to be the vents of. It's just here this for one second. We're talking to everybody. We're not just talking to you. We're talking to Asian people we're talking to. People were even talking to our own people who have stayed silent for such a long time. Now know who you are, you speak up, but anyways right so keirin was I all lives matter. And why are we reaching? All is matter what and she goes. She said to me she goes. What about Tony Tempa, who was a white man who was killed at the hands of the cops and I said Ma'am I. Hear You I see you, but saying all lives matter. I think you're getting away from the point. I think if you showed up at a breast cancer rally with a sign that said what about arthritis I think people would say bad for you that you have arthritis, but this is not the time or the place..

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"alyce" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"You've been in my way right now what's going on I hear Airbus's having itself a year just got promoted to first class in the airplane we'll look at the not a happy that's a big company to lose eleven percent it was actually really significant and follow story waste management takes out the trash and can also take us out on a day could paint your front porch is point it's a public stock that's up twenty six percent this year just announced earnings we're GONNA look at the recycling issue which is now an issue voice management does recycling right now before we we're calling mom and dad where you know what goes on they never remember no no no idea my dad has texted my brothers and may at least thirty times boys what's the password my mom just as a very Asian of her middle name pretty much all the time it's like alyce alyce ish Asian than a random birthday here's the deal smackers Disney plus which we're all excited about comes out November twelfth and Apple TV plus comes out Friday November first right that's not just happening in a vacuum because if you own a verizon related like wireless plan you're getting one year of Disney for free and view by an apple device you get one year of Apple TV plus for for their giving these things out it's like Oprah style you get this you get that you get this guess who else is doing this T. Mobile T. mobile's going to be offering quimby that's a story we covered last week and then at and T. they're going down hard on hbo there now given a Hbo the only streaming network that doesn't have bathroom because we're talking about Netflix. Netflix does not have a sugar daddy wireless or phone company that's going to start paying the everyone else does and these aren't a sugar daddy wireless phones anthony situations we're going to give them a specific name when verizon decide that it's going to give you it year of Disney plus for free they're hoping that Disney plus makes you of razzing custom plus.

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Kelly McCausey, Founder of 'Love People + Make Money' on Building Successful Online Businesses

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

13:25 min | 2 years ago

Kelly McCausey, Founder of 'Love People + Make Money' on Building Successful Online Businesses

"You you started your business in two thousand two and you describe yourself at the time as a broke single mom making graphics and grading websites <unk> home based business owners but something shifted in something change for you so tell the story so i- gosh i <hes> i was so broke right broke entrepreneurs out there yeah i i came online <hes> doing graphics kind of as an accident i starting a desktop publishing business to be of service to like small businesses uh-huh and ended up getting people who who wanted website graphics and most of those early clients were working home. Moms uh-huh uh-huh so i stumbled into this community of amazing creative women who were finding ways to generate extra income from home on using the internet and i just a chance started chasing my curiosity that lead to wanting internet radio show in two thousand three which then the next year podcasting was invented it became a podcast <hes> <hes> podcasting back in two thousand and three the radio show is in two thousand and three the podcast was invented in the summer of two thousand in four awesome. That's so that's awesome so you've been doing this a long time yeah so when when i see internet radio show back then it meant you came to my website and you click play you know thous- how you listened yes. Yes and it's interesting because i did before i started extraordinary women radio about five years ago so that would have you know still long after you were doing this i still i. I did a series of five interviews with some really cool. Women and i was like oh my god that was fun and i was like <unk>. I would really love to do more than start. A podcast in there were so many other things that i was starting my business at that time it didn't make sense <hes> <hes> but when i did actually started instead i'm about two and a half years and i'm unites all i've been doing this for about two and a half years compared to your your timeframe that you've been doing lina <hes> but i sure love pike castings amazing. How blessed are we to have this opportunity to meet other. There's smart women in my now. You know it's there's just no other situation that this kind of magic happened so easily the <unk> so agree with it okay so let's get back to your story. You were this this broke single mom had did you make that shift. What was an issue started. The podcast had cast tell us more so the i started the podcast with the support of a friend alyce baugh was running a website called internet based with moms dot com <hes> and she had a forum and when i was saying you know i wanted to start something. She encouraged me east. You offered to sponsor it so i was so broke. I couldn't even afford to do any of it. You know there's so much that's different today. Cami back then you had to pay for a streaming service. We're talking two thousand three. It was seventy five dollars a month okay which was a lot of money to me uh-huh but she's sponsored. She gave me <hes> money. We ran her ads on the show and that paid the bills. The a community kennedy grew around the podcast. This was the unexpected part for me. I knew i'd get listeners. I just didn't realize how much the listeners would love to hang out together and how the different guests would love to get to know each other alison. I ended up launching a paid membership. Chris ships site in two thousand four. It was called mom masterminds and <hes> the the podcast and are article marketing marketing. You know that was pre. Blogging is a very different world back then our content would attract people in started to pay for the mentioned membership and that's it really changed my life. You know i was doing graphics and websites for really really low prices <hes> and and then restart this membership site and you get hundreds of people paying you money every month just to be there broke my brain wait a minute. This is very different. It's nice you say you started the membership and then what unfolded from there you're so <hes> i never even when we started that membership. I i knew alex was partnering with me from my mouth. She's more of an introvert. <hes> and you like to put yourself out there yeah yeah. I'm the ad talk to anybody. Ask anybody anything kind of person. She brought the writing expertise. I bought my mouth and my graphic ethic skills and but but over the next couple of years it was it was dawning on me that people were seeing me as an expert even even though i didn't feel like one an isn't that the truth for so many am and when you develop an area of expertise people don't always you step into that expertise yeah i thought of myself. I held myself very common. I thought well i could figure it out anybody he could figure it out so this is the special <hes> but people were calling me and asking me to help them start their podcasts and i started started to consult with people about that and i slowly grew comfortable with idea of of thinking of myself as a coach and <hes> <hes> between between them and <hes> it was in the fall of two thousand five that i you turned realized i was debt-free. I <hes> you realize you are what debt free debt free awesome. My business had grown my income. My my repetitive recurring income income from affiliate marketing income from coaching was flowing to such an extent that i had paid my last bill and i realize what how did that feel amazing. I i was married. Young divorced quickly left the marriage so broke and it's an an in debt that stayed that way for you know eight nine years and gotten to to the point where i just threw my bills away when they came in because they couldn't pay him <hes> you know my credit was just dust so what they grew my business and i had had this money and like wow. I guess i'll pay my bills. Now you know and then it's like you turn and you realize you have no bills to pay other than your living expenses for me. It was unbelievable. That's and that was the first that was the moment when i realized this isn't just thank gig. This is capable of of actually supporting me right and so that in the spring of two thousand six i i quit my day job and started doing it. Fulltime awesome that is so awesome and i think something that you talk about that. You really transition there was as you. I started working smarter instead of harder at me. While the the service based business <hes> i did continue to do graphic it can web design up until about two thousand eleven was when i closed that down <hes> but certainly started to charge better from time worth yeah. We'll in the early days is embarrassing to say like i would make somebody. A graphic per ten bucks accent <hes> designing entire website for fifty bucks. Wow i didn't know my i didn't like i said i was holding my my my skills row common but it got to the point where i started when people would ask me about if i could design a website for my dissertation throwing ridiculous prices to me exactly kill us crisis like i'll do that. I'll do that for three thousand now today's standard data. That's low exactly the time when i knew it was gonna take me like five hours. That felt like a lot of money. <hes> <hes> <hes> when i got to that point i then i started to realize it. It doesn't matter what i say. My time is better spent invested invested in my own projects. <hes> i can go devote time to building your website and make this money once or i can devote myself to developing gene information product tour continue to bring more money to you so when you look at your suite of information products that you have today day what what's the scope of what what you have available so everything i do is about content marketing in community building <hes> so <hes> i've got my my favorite thing i do is stretch yourself challenge that the content marketing challenge. I run in september every year uh-huh. It's alive challenge in september but but outside of that month when we're working together as a group. It's still a product to sell steady product that people can use. That's my favorite that teaches the basics of content marketing for someone who's never done it before an then picks up people who are doing it and just nudge them to their next stretch what what would stretch you next. Is it doing a webinar. Let's go do that. Is it doing a one day summit. Let's go do that. Is it applied to speak at a live event. Let's let's go do that like fifteen different content marketing challenges with step by step instruction in the in the course nice. That's my favorite favorite. I have other courses that diskette real specific like there's one about designing an f._a._q. On your website a knowledge base that works for you and makes money. I mean there's a course about really digging deep into what is your banner message. What what are you gonna. Take a stand on and develop content turnaround matters. You know that actually compels action exactly exactly so you've you've got a whole suite suite of products is a i think that's the point that i wanted to make their as you've you've. You've found a way to create product and and really serve your community immunity in a way that that helps them do what they're wanting to do and growing their businesses. Yes yeah so you mentioned to me that you haven't always been willing to show up in in your business that you liked the hideout so this is kind of going back a little bit yeah. I was more about that so in those early days as you know we have our pictures on our websites going crazy. When you see you know there there are people that you know they'll they'll lounge their website and they won't have their pictures is like you are the <unk>. You had to put yourself there right. Yeah the when you think back to you like when i was doing my early business that was still on dialup. Lots were on dial up so we audio was cutting edge. Video video was rare and so if you did have your picture it was like this little tiny one hundred by one hundred pixel had shot and i liked it that way the because i have always been a big woman and so. I thought if it's people see me they're going to say oh. She's fat like i don't respect her. I had had a whole lot of crap in my head around around my body image <hes> so from from when i started until two thousand nine i no one had ever seen anything but it had shot of me and of course you know you take a hundred pictures to find that one year willing to publish and in two thousand nine i went to my first in person event.

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"alyce" Discussed on Social Minds - Social Media Marketing Answered

Social Minds - Social Media Marketing Answered

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Social Minds - Social Media Marketing Answered

"Teaching employees how to become better content creators giving them more opportunities the -tunities to do that at revenge or internally and i see some companies have already been doing this for several years and it's funny because as i write my book the age of influence i've had some pushback from some people who have already looking at manuscript saying you know what there are some companies where if we post if we post anything about our company we get fired so there are still companies that are very old school but come on. It's a mainstream communication channel. Yes there's n._d._a.'s the as pledge. You can't say anything secret you know talking about the employers not going to be a huckabee a bad thing. It's something bad about your employer shirt. The social the media monitoring tools are gonna catch that and you might be in trouble. You know it's common sense. You want to do that anyway right. You don't want to say negative stuff. It doesn't help your personal brand so it all comes down to the fact so you know there's still a lot of executives that don't use social media themselves. They've been burned when their kids got burned on facebook a decade ago or face fifteen years ago. You still have a lot. The old school thought that is really out of whack with where we are today at indicate today right. There's always going to be those sort of a late starters. They bloomers whatever you wanna call him but the reality of fact is you know if alyce over company. I would absolutely say you know what we understand. The social media mainstream communication channel. We want to be talked about more on social. We're not gonna force anything on you but we want to create a program. We want to treat you as an employee for life. Your personal branding is indirectly great.

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"alyce" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

"I'll tell you about it after this. And also Alyce date, we're gonna play. Oh, Alison Dc is hilarious. Shout, h town Houston alleys, d. Oh, really? Nice is really nice. I think I. Think I absorbed it. Tennessee to deflect it and be like, oh, she told him to clap. The way I was raised. Clap for everyone, if you noticed they clap forever when that's, that's my family. Well that's jus choose it. Maybe you can't tell them Jewish from the front from the front. The front. All handsome from the side Jew. It's either a Jew, or the spokesperson for fruit loops. Why didn't he have a long career? Seriously? He was so talented, everybody loved him. I am a Jewish guy. We are. We are an interesting interesting group. Cautious. Are we cautious? Lord. We have every right to be we've been on a couple of pickles over the years. But I think this is the best example of how cautious we are as people, it goes back to my days in the very competitive Jewish community center basketball league. Competitive procedure. This selective JCC basketball league. This is how this is how cautious they were the rims on the hoops. This was a twelve and under league and the rims or collapsible. For all the dunking. Because of all the dunking they invested in collapsible rims for the twelve and under league. And I remember coming home to my mother because they had cancelled practice to install these things. I'm like I can't. I was Joe patchy now I. I. I think Boston accent, Ma he believes that can't practice. Collapsible rims that stop it. Gary, you'd never know. That's the Jewish. You never know. All right. But I do know this in the sixty years of the NBA, there have been five people who have smashed. A backboard, not a single one was a ten year old shoe. More than your old Jews have played chunk in the goonies. Then of smashed a backboard playing basketball. There wasn't a kid in the league, who could grab net and who are collapsible rims will Gary, maybe it's for the fathers. Did you think about that smile? Maybe it's for the fathers. Okay. Yes. Yes. That makes sense that it would be the only group of people less likely to smash backboard, yes, the forty five year old. Black socks with Air Jordan. They're not only dunking, but dunking so ferociously that they're shattering glass backboards. Did you hear Gary Monday night at men's league talked to battery Rosenthal got a break? And I'll be leaving minute Turney law through new. And sure enough, he came down with a Tomahawk that smashed, the back shots of glass, went everywhere. Dr Mel Rabinowitz, you're off Donna's, you have an appointment on Wednesday just for site. He received lacerations about his forehead and neck. He was treated and released baroque this sham. But now. The Rabinowitz is assuming the J C and Spalding for making a defective basketball. It was too light in Dr James Naismith for inventing such violence sport guy. Thank you. Thank you. Jews. We aren't interesting group. Si, si Christians have an angel and a devil on their shoulders to guide them. And that's why you have such good posture..

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"alyce" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"They'll Alice Sita, she could win miss perfect. Could win the Castellano guy getting Remington on Sunday. Yeah. Well, you know, you have horse will travel. He's not afraid to. I mean, this is a man who you have to every specked for because he had a day off on a Monday or something and went to this'll down and wrote a Philly for lose that you remember? I mean, really Brandis couple week of all believable. I gotta give Indiana grand the Thursday before the derby. Yeah. I wonder if he got five thousand for every poli was in front. Hundred. Oh, more Lucia love loot. Now, this is a very competitive race. And I think it makes the pick four sequence of pretty difficult because you have to have to spread in here. I don't think there's anybody that really stands out. But you know, that's me. Maybe somebody else feels differently. No, I agree. I think you gotta use three or four, and he we'll we'll get to it. After the break. The the same thing in the I at least I do I feel like you same thing in the in the springboard. Bella Alyce to has to be used right has the win. I first time out going to turn mile pretty pretty nifty nifty job, and she did exactly. What to do? She got to the front on the turn. And she got tired late, which is not to be unexpected. She ran really well. First time, I think you gotta use her. Cowgirls like us needs to be used. And I think you gotta use the favourite as well. The problem is now you really kind of chalking out here. But those are the three I would use. I'd make Pella Alice Sita the top pick in race number ten the trap ease. We'll take one more break when we come back. We'll wrap it up derby points on the line and they're having springboard mile, and we'll see if we can keep the five week naira Beth's best bet win streak in tact. You save the day last week. See if he can do it.

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"alyce" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"It was the thirteenth of June two thousand nine when it was actually my brother-in-law suggested told us about his family, his sailed around the world and then went on to say what ridiculous crazy idea that was which it was. And then we basically my wife and I, that was the seed. That's caught our imagination. And we said, why don't we do something radically different with our lives? And the idea was crazy back then because we didn't have the money. We my wife, she'd been on the boat twice and she being seasick breath time. So that points and we didn't have a boat either with lots of reasons why we shouldn't have done it, but it was all about sort of saying, let's do something radically different with our lives. And I guess the whole thing started with the intention Alyce of sitting down with my wife. We spend a lot of time listening to each other saying, what's really important to you and we. Created this two different lists, visualize it like his all the things that was important to me and hear all the things important to my wife and we just found where there are things that cross Dave away had an intersection, which is my sums here, the rest of it we dropped and we just focused on this few things that we had in common. And then we just created a different narrative of the future which was all around only those things that we had in common. And that was kind of that was where it sort of really started to come to life. Because when you talk about things that excite both of you, then that creates energy. Whereas before I've been saying, I want to do this, nNcholas. Thanks, you want to do this and you just end up clashing. So it all came with creating a different story of the future. Basically, one thing that I find so amazing in that is getting out of the energy of bickering and fighting and worrying about money and all that. I know the vibe that that creates, and I know the way that it makes you come at each other. How'd you guys conceptualize maybe in the beginning? Just we need to think about. This fundamentally different way. And instead of talking about all the things that we disagree on start talking about that area about that. So what we would do is it gets the weekend. We wait until the kids go to bed. They were two and four then, and we just ask ourselves the question, what's really important to us in life and when we started to free flow and let those questions come outs and I would ask Nixon, I'd say, tell me everything that's really important to you, and I would write down everything that she said. And then I'd say, this is what I heard that process in itself. We call that deep listening. I think that's a really, really rare thing that people really sit down understand what's important to your partner. That for me was the first part that started change our direction by really listening to what was going on. So I think that's where it started with the listening piece, deep listening that that's really strong. It actually makes me wanna like go my wife immediately like that's a and I feel like I know my wife. But we've actually never done that where it's like, I write write it down and then say back, this is what I think I understand now..

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"alyce" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"I mean, I don't know. It's one of those sneezing. Cats have no integrity drafts were pussies. I love mighty mouse there. Alyce cats integrity. It's amazing. Ian wants to wait, wait, wait, wait, wait back, you think cats have integrity. Now I'd love to hear you. Go ahead and go full Vince mud and explain that to our listeners may be have missed Brian's appearances on the live shows. No, goddamn cat. I mean a dog. Your pet. A dog comes to happen to see what you come in. Cat sits fuck. You come your kids. Pussy. Come over. They sit there. They want you to come to the cats. Integrity. Cats cats will cause a cat. This cat gonna stop a burger from coming in your house. No. They don't give shit than watch. You get robbed. He's kit. Box love you for that. It's just gonna. Do a dog comes into your house. Ginger is going to attack in my house. Dodgers gonna eat all day long that not gonna happen or at least gonna make enough noise of somebody. Gonna do some catskill go run to fucking litterbox. Take the shit. Tell you have no integrity guys tell you how much I love ginger. Well, genders, dog love ginger to just wanted you to know she is the official something wrestled on now. She's the bit fischel female. Something wrestle with dog. Dodger is the official something to wrestle. Dog didn't have male. He's dominant. Dominant? Yes, male dominant telling me we did good. Was it see Alison Fe? It star cast, didn't recognize her first. She's one of our to percenters. Oh, dude. How about this? She's been. She's been down since they won. She might be the ridge to percenter from honest with you. She was one of the two. Yeah. Well, you know. This is a question that we have talked about in a while Ian wants to know, can we get an update on the status of the Houston wrestling library ownership situation address this once before sometime last year? Probably we did that Houston show Tammy up though. Where is it today far as you know? I don't know. I have no idea. I really and truly don't know what the status of that is and and don't really want to get involved in it. Okay. If w w one the Monday night war. What do you think Vince would've wound up doing when he joined CW or what you went into a different profession? Well, that was never gonna happen. Maybe would have gone into the temper bible business, but. That that would have talked up the never. He never say never, but never. What's the biggest pop you've ever been in attendance for. Ah, tell you. One of the craziest was being Montreal after wrestlemainia with hulk the wrestlemainia in Toronto with winter Hawkin rocket worked and that sustained it was like seventeen minute ovation. That was one of the most incredible things that ever seen. They were so happy to see hall. And I mean, they just they, they went from peak to peak to peak. They like usually expect the crowd to get die down a little bit and bring him back up. This one got Meghalaya out and then they got louder and then they got louder. It was. It was absolutely incredible. But that was probably one of the crossings of everything. Of course, anytime brother Love's came out who's Mike wants to know what in the Waylon mercy gimmick last, I always thought it was awesome. That was just his knees. Dan's knees were were given out his body was given out and Dan couldn't be on the road anymore and continue to take up. So he was ready to call it quits. About somebody else that this really turn their life away..

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"alyce" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on The Bugle

"Emails now and we have this coming from david michael jim well proximity to twenty first century you never know and he sent us a link to the story of kim jong un in the south korean leader meeting in a bid to salvage the talks with the the us and he writes i don't mean to imply coz alyce but the news below just minutes after pair of bugle saux was spotted in north korea and he sent us a photo of himself while on a tour of the demilitarized zone took when she went to the joint security area and was a conference room straddles the north south korean border and he is wearing bugle socks on the north korean side of that border as we left you said a special convoy quits came in shutting down all tours for the rest of the dice of that is the power of the bugle soak andy i don't know how i feel about that i genuinely don't know i mean i feel itchy about it but i feel ichi about everything but i think i feel in my soul about feel i mean on one hand what a great privilege to be associated with socks in north korea but also who's listening to us andy like other real serious real serious people in real serious places listening to this bullshit andy we need to reassess our if you listen to it backwards it's got absolutely rigorous solutions to how many listeners we have in north korea please do what we've briefly had one do they have electric city in north korea or are they listening on hand cranked ipod.

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"alyce" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

Nintendo Voice Chat

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

"Alyce made it happen i do like i obviously tyson weird right like i like we have done this very long time we see these delay announce all the time this is one of the weirdest i can ever remember japan it's so vague and odd i love the include the amoeba was part of it all in the press release on every different twitter account they always make sure to mention femi bow to about it that's all i i mean maybe there's something on switch the civically because we played this at pax two weeks ago and find it seemed completely fine i noticed any major hiccups or anything like it totally felt like dark souls in the go i do wonder if maybe late game there was something that they had to address and maybe it caused them to kick it down the road a few weeks but like this game obviously was going into sirte still coming out in the dog worms possible devil's advocate argument they may the summer is always pretty barren on all platforms maybe they decided hey the switch crowd is very different from the ps four xbox one crowd let's get our our publicity beat out of out of the ps four next box one releases and then just double dip and get another wave of publicity and just maybe they're sitting on it on purpose to later in the summer it's not out of the realm of i think it's possible i think it would be weird to not put a date on it i also think it's what it did to switch may exit made may pretty been up barron i mean there's still stuff coming they're still donkey kong and higher warriors like him so much i love but no it's like it's just like it was that was the marquee title for may and intended had such a good cadence and and maybe.

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"alyce" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

TEDTalks (audio)

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

"I believe that god is all powerful what he's not a micromanager he has sent us here as his change agents and we must stop making excuses and using him that means that if you're a teacher school and give your students the best if you're public sector official release the funds meant for that school of public health care center is that of stealing it for your personal purposes by claiming that we have no power over past president future we give too much authority to the wicked who still funds and beg god for forgiveness now for those of you who are not religious you also have to change your mindset about us many of us were hardworking ethical and intellectual in myself rise you now the second step is that we have to utilize our resources and assets for social impacts in england a thousand nine hundred churches have been shut down since nineteen sixtynine due to shrinking congregations while in africa every single day a church or mosques being built in some communities you might not find a public health center a post office or even a school but you'll find a church or mosque some of these churches and moss are world class with excellent audiovisual systems wonderful meeting spaces and they organize events that rival international concerts the salary alyce is and many of them are empty during the week i live in the area of lagos in my community that at least fifty really nice churches but there's no adult literacy center no homeless shelter celta and very few public schools and hospitals many of the spaces could be utilized for social change imagine if every single church in lucky or when does doors to the homeless at nights gave them a sleeping bag a warm meal and voucher in the morning to learn a vocational course offered by the unemployed you to attend church that would demonstrate what we preach and what we speak about as people of faith and what led me to christianity in the first place.

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"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Them mario you want to go take much now good mm like why i don't like him mm i'm like all right so that's how it was ever meet you fantasy ah that's how it was earth right till he we went to guardians of a galaxy and then he saw standing outside where he like right did you get on the right yes i heard a sick on your early that's why i laugh the entire time okay i'm like has my my stomach is like in my head and then nong in my head there into my head it looks good it's fun i'll amone adebola recommend if you have been on guard is the galaxy donna california venture that replaced tower of terror go ahead and check that out promoted brother we'll talk lakers with alyce wall he's combined exim up here on merciless and foreign no her this in a minute for good reason knows do not assume the the the millennials own respect is like they show buddhist still gets the altar hall crusher would you place got him a crowd bear those out there what kind of crowd your age the head over to 20yearolds the ruth negga relate this this big programming denim even exists now like listen to that be that doesn't even exists now you can't put delma consul she the younger kids will like this or they won't like it at all they will dinner stalls your effect that you get them drunk enough late enough deal out of rail rely okay i get that but if you get them in his own what is still mackin and talking to girls they don't want to hear all of our god this will clear today that voice you hear besides marcella raisons lee walis of course laker talk here on espn 710 los angeles all right so let me ask you this before we get to liquor talk and we're gonna talk about that our our cells when we're thing with music moon can all eyes on me if it came out right now it was the first time it ever hit.

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"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Them mario you want to go take much now good mm like why i don't like him mm i'm like all right so that's how it was ever meet you fantasy ah that's how it was earth right till he we went to guardians of a galaxy and then he saw standing outside where he like right did you get on the right yes i heard a sick on your early that's why i laugh the entire time okay i'm like has my my stomach is like in my head and then nong in my head there into my head it looks good it's fun i'll amone adebola recommend if you have been on guard is the galaxy donna california venture that replaced tower of terror go ahead and check that out promoted brother we'll talk lakers with alyce wall he's combined exim up here on merciless and foreign no her this in a minute for good reason knows do not assume the the the millennials own respect is like they show buddhist still gets the altar hall crusher would you place got him a crowd bear those out there what kind of crowd your age the head over to 20yearolds the ruth negga relate this this big programming denim even exists now like listen to that be that doesn't even exists now you can't put delma consul she the younger kids will like this or they won't like it at all they will dinner stalls your effect that you get them drunk enough late enough deal out of rail rely okay i get that but if you get them in his own what is still mackin and talking to girls they don't want to hear all of our god this will clear today that voice you hear besides marcella raisons lee walis of course laker talk here on espn 710 los angeles all right so let me ask you this before we get to liquor talk and we're gonna talk about that our our cells when we're thing with music moon can all eyes on me if it came out right now it was the first time it ever hit.

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"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Them mario you want to go take much now good mm like why i don't like him mm i'm like all right so that's how it was ever meet you fantasy ah that's how it was earth right till he we went to guardians of a galaxy and then he saw standing outside where he like right did you get on the right yes i heard a sick on your early that's why i laugh the entire time okay i'm like has my my stomach is like in my head and then nong in my head there into my head it looks good it's fun i'll amone adebola recommend if you have been on guard is the galaxy donna california venture that replaced tower of terror go ahead and check that out promoted brother we'll talk lakers with alyce wall he's combined exim up here on merciless and foreign no her this in a minute for good reason knows do not assume the the the millennials own respect is like they show buddhist still gets the altar hall crusher would you place got him a crowd bear those out there what kind of crowd your age the head over to 20yearolds the ruth negga relate this this big programming denim even exists now like listen to that be that doesn't even exists now you can't put delma consul she the younger kids will like this or they won't like it at all they will dinner stalls your effect that you get them drunk enough late enough deal out of rail rely okay i get that but if you get them in his own what is still mackin and talking to girls they don't want to hear all of our god this will clear today that voice you hear besides marcella raisons lee walis of course laker talk here on espn 710 los angeles all right so let me ask you this before we get to liquor talk and we're gonna talk about that our our cells when we're thing with music moon can all eyes on me if it came out right now it was the first time it ever hit.

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"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Them mario you want to go take much now good mm like why i don't like him mm i'm like all right so that's how it was ever meet you fantasy ah that's how it was earth right till he we went to guardians of a galaxy and then he saw standing outside where he like right did you get on the right yes i heard a sick on your early that's why i laugh the entire time okay i'm like has my my stomach is like in my head and then nong in my head there into my head it looks good it's fun i'll amone adebola recommend if you have been on guard is the galaxy donna california venture that replaced tower of terror go ahead and check that out promoted brother we'll talk lakers with alyce wall he's combined exim up here on merciless and foreign no her this in a minute for good reason knows do not assume the the the millennials own respect is like they show buddhist still gets the altar hall crusher would you place got him a crowd bear those out there what kind of crowd your age the head over to 20yearolds the ruth negga relate this this big programming denim even exists now like listen to that be that doesn't even exists now you can't put delma consul she the younger kids will like this or they won't like it at all they will dinner stalls your effect that you get them drunk enough late enough deal out of rail rely okay i get that but if you get them in his own what is still mackin and talking to girls they don't want to hear all of our god this will clear today that voice you hear besides marcella raisons lee walis of course laker talk here on espn 710 los angeles all right so let me ask you this before we get to liquor talk and we're gonna talk about that our our cells when we're thing with music moon can all eyes on me if it came out right now it was the first time it ever hit.

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"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Them mario you want to go take much now good mm like why i don't like him mm i'm like all right so that's how it was ever meet you fantasy ah that's how it was earth right till he we went to guardians of a galaxy and then he saw standing outside where he like right did you get on the right yes i heard a sick on your early that's why i laugh the entire time okay i'm like has my my stomach is like in my head and then nong in my head there into my head it looks good it's fun i'll amone adebola recommend if you have been on guard is the galaxy donna california venture that replaced tower of terror go ahead and check that out promoted brother we'll talk lakers with alyce wall he's combined exim up here on merciless and foreign no her this in a minute for good reason knows do not assume the the the millennials own respect is like they show buddhist still gets the altar hall crusher would you place got him a crowd bear those out there what kind of crowd your age the head over to 20yearolds the ruth negga relate this this big programming denim even exists now like listen to that be that doesn't even exists now you can't put delma consul she the younger kids will like this or they won't like it at all they will dinner stalls your effect that you get them drunk enough late enough deal out of rail rely okay i get that but if you get them in his own what is still mackin and talking to girls they don't want to hear all of our god this will clear today that voice you hear besides marcella raisons lee walis of course laker talk here on espn 710 los angeles all right so let me ask you this before we get to liquor talk and we're gonna talk about that our our cells when we're thing with music moon can all eyes on me if it came out right now it was the first time it ever hit.

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"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Them mario you want to go take much now good mm like why i don't like him mm i'm like all right so that's how it was ever meet you fantasy ah that's how it was earth right till he we went to guardians of a galaxy and then he saw standing outside where he like right did you get on the right yes i heard a sick on your early that's why i laugh the entire time okay i'm like has my my stomach is like in my head and then nong in my head there into my head it looks good it's fun i'll amone adebola recommend if you have been on guard is the galaxy donna california venture that replaced tower of terror go ahead and check that out promoted brother we'll talk lakers with alyce wall he's combined exim up here on merciless and foreign no her this in a minute for good reason knows do not assume the the the millennials own respect is like they show buddhist still gets the altar hall crusher would you place got him a crowd bear those out there what kind of crowd your age the head over to 20yearolds the ruth negga relate this this big programming denim even exists now like listen to that be that doesn't even exists now you can't put delma consul she the younger kids will like this or they won't like it at all they will dinner stalls your effect that you get them drunk enough late enough deal out of rail rely okay i get that but if you get them in his own what is still mackin and talking to girls they don't want to hear all of our god this will clear today that voice you hear besides marcella raisons lee walis of course laker talk here on espn 710 los angeles all right so let me ask you this before we get to liquor talk and we're gonna talk about that our our cells when we're thing with music moon can all eyes on me if it came out right now it was the first time it ever hit.

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"alyce" Discussed on The World Transformed

The World Transformed

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"alyce" Discussed on The World Transformed

"So that the nazis don't win world war two it's it's just one of those things that happened sometimes when you're a starship captain and um and as tragic it so it's a beautiful it's a wonderful beautiful story because of the sacrifice you know that he has to make in order to bring the universe back well okay all you got to do is mix it up a little but something else at stake and have it play out across the whole like star trek multi verse you know with the good spot alyce zachary kent over the good with the go t right i want to see chris hind plant evil captain kirk i mean i think that would be awesome why don't they do that i i just i can't imagine where they don't do it and and they could take they can take that stuff and they can wrap everything up you know because like you said that they're they're ready to reduce something anywhere i mean this reboot as about done right so they could actually end it with check it out okay good niro member evil niro the the the guy who started all the bad stuff in the first movie good niro comes along gets the red matter to the to the uh uh supernova in time romulus has never destroyed and the whole time line setback now wouldn't have equal that they're young there you go no no more killed when star trek we've told that story it took his four movies and but now that's so it has erased visit online and put them back into the regular time wind and have a wonderful irakil hard that's a hard decision that kirk estimates the most instead of losing the love there's a lot more flee have to lay down his own life hope block.

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