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"amore" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

01:43 min | Last week

"amore" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Myself together to post to. And i couldn't stop. I wanted to stop. I really wanted to hide a so embarrassed by my existence. I was so embarrassed by the person i was. I was going down the dacas rabbit holes at the beginning of last year. When everything shut down i wanted answers as to who the hell things that they can take away my right to my freedom. I works to this. This is my life much. Victory for my career was going up. This is my existence. How dare you. And i was angry at everyone. I went through every stage. Anga like pissed off at the world. Visit everything sadness grief. I really grieved the loss of life that i had an stripped away from me. Meanwhile i didn't really want it. But i wasn't ready to face that fact that i actually that wasn't the existence i wanted but i couldn't face that reality just yet so in my head i was like no kicking screaming but i think somewhere really really really deep deep insider me somewhat grateful that finally i could stop that existence by okay show was stripped away from me what i do now whilst i still have contractual applications i still have to put like i still have to feed the family. I'm responsible for. I'm like the breadwinner of my family. That's my job. i couldn't just ran away out. I wanted to run away at out. I'm telling you to be in the spotlight while you're going through an enormous breakdown because you have to..

"amore" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

05:33 min | Last week

"amore" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Keeping you. I'm gonna stop looking at it. I just every now and again thank you. I appreciate that now. But i had a little secret during this time. Living the highlight to secrets. Actually one. i actually didn't like who. I was out of like the person i was becoming this high that now i have people running up to me sometimes squealing and being like oh my god jo. I remember the very first time someone. I hit a squirrel. I was like what happened. What is happening. Someone like ran up to me. The legs and i was like hi. I appreciate what is happening. And it was such a shocking experience for me. I really didn't like who i was. But i couldn't admit it to myself. That's the crazy thing. I couldn't admit myself. Because i had built up this facade. That you meant to love will doing you meant to be like living the high life. And how could you possibly complain about what was going on. You had everything while. People were suffering having Hot allies do just jobs in general. They wanted to you but they want to life. I had and i was complaining inside. I was hurting. I was hurting alive. Whilst at the same time i actually was dealing with us via phobia of death that was triggered by an event that started literally at the very beginning just before my enormous growth in my career started happening a story in front of the time how this happened. It was very unexpected. How it happened. This february death that if i ever stopped and slowed down in my existence i would be on the floor in panic attacks. Now i'm not gonna talk about panic attacks along because i know a lot of people still deal with this and it's really really intense but i have to paint. The picture of what happened for is that might have not experienced panic attacks especially someone that i literally never really believed in panic attacks. I thought you know. Just take care of your mind. You'll be fine if you eat healthy exercise if live your life you live your dream yoga. Define everything's gonna be fine. I think i was slightly judgmental towards people that experience panic attacks until had hail universe is like how. 'bout you have some. How about that and for three years by anyone spoke about death. If i listened to a song it had anything to do with dying. I remember watching a song a movie with my fiance. My boyfriend at the time. Leon we are watching. I think nineteen fourteen walney. There was a little death in this movie. And i would go into a panic attack. I would crumble and for about three hours a day. Just couldn't breathe. Leon would have to guide me through the process of breathing. Just come out inside and know what to do. I couldn't talk to anyone about it. Especially that i was living. This highlife actually be really grateful. Just be great flu that you live this life and you have so many people looking at you. They expect you to be strong. Suggests be strong and this event that triggered it was so trivial that it looks like he was so trivial. That i didn't know what. I didn't know who to talk to about this. I didn't know how to face off with this idea what was going on. It was so scary and so during the same time. I'm working like a crazy person. I was a workaholic league. I used to travel for like three hundred days a year. Maybe i was on planes going from place to place like i'm telling you the highlife you name it. I had it. I had it all. I had the dream material life so again complaint. I was building up this really successful business. That was booming whilst facing tooth truth one. I didn't like. I was becoming like my the people that i was surrounded with. I didn't like that. I had to look when else posting on my instant stories because it was my job to hang out with other successful people that had been on their on their profile and i couldn't if there was a for a little while they're on instagram. They don't shed profiles of people that have smaller accounts now. Because you just say to build up each other. So i was hanging out with people that had the numbers. They went my tribe. They went fuelling me. I remember being in l. a. We almost moved to la. Because i thought. I should as a youtube That's where i should go because that's what my reality is is to paying out with these other other successful youtube so we tried to move that so many times. Oh my god. I love you so much. You're mazing account waiting out. Let's go for coffee next week. You want coffee now. Sorry silence it was just it went it was the my shallow interactions with so many people that i was experiencing and i was lonely. Hosta some billing of his experience. That i don't even like the exact same time. I have this phobia of death. And i'm working so hard because the minute i slow down at all i start feeling phobia of dying something that i cannot escape. No one can escape and they say there is two ways of living one a life that you live before you realize you're going to die and then you live the life after that when you have that realization. That's true face stuff that i was like. I'm gonna die. I was angry at my mom for a while that she gave birth to me. Knowing that one day i was going to have to die. I was angry at my mom for that. I'm gonna move on from the topic of death. I know it's heavy but i. I just wanted to paint a picture of how much pain. I was at the time.

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"amore" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"amore" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

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"amore" Discussed on senticheroba.mp3

senticheroba.mp3

03:21 min | 5 months ago

"amore" Discussed on senticheroba.mp3

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"amore" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

04:09 min | 6 months ago

"amore" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

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"amore" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

The Lavendaire Lifestyle

07:53 min | 9 months ago

"amore" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

"All your varied interests and so interested to hear what you answer would be for this because it's such a tough one. What have you done. I mean. I feel like it's a blessing i in the well for me. It was like a long journey of figuring out what what it is. Actually want to do. Because i i liked everything i like music acting and business and creativity and it's a journey of self discovery because these passions are actually going to help you in your career and i found at least with youtube so many pieces together like my background in music comes when i'm editing audio videos and my background in like i went to business school and that i actually do use in my life now so all the different pieces even though they seem so different they all come together to to contribute to you earn. I agree with that yet. And it's nice because yeah especially as my boss and really being a proper boss. Sometimes you have to snap out of it and be like surreal. When you're young. This is what you dreamt of. This is what you wanted to do and when you are in boston you run your own show. You have to wear so many hats and if you label yourself too much about yourself too much more box. Its limits you from me. Have to wear hats when your beer in boston. Being creative in look outside the square of what could wear can to make for you and for the audience in and so forth but a side from that it because in marketing terms. Maybe you experienced it. Being in business school. I studied business. Major in marketing. They tell you need snitch nation. That was so hot. Because i believe i believe it and i took it on and i was like okay. Yes but it's so hard because it feels like like you wanna shift so much more you just want to have a conversation in general to people and be like i i. There's so much. I want to say but people like all by only photography and you only know travel. It's easier for people to label you as one thing image just makes it easier for the audience. Obviously no one is just one thing. We're all a lot of things right. So do you still believe in niching down. Or how do you see that. I do believe niching down in terms of if you want to grow pasta in any business. I don't know if i especially when you're starting thousand people are not going to be able to find you if you're doing Different things in because they might just be looking for a particular thing and if doing everything. But it's just not going gaining attraction. So i do actually see that but now finally in a stage that i don't know if i necessarily want to get found wool. I just want to contribute more deaths in people's lives in a way so i think now that i saw of established myself. I wanna strip back a little bit of that nation. Each nation expand into being sorrento. I love that. I think it's your time to do so because you have. You've grown to a certain point where you're like okay. I don't need to be the photographer. I be myself known. Yeah i mean also. I'm very bad at faking things. So my interest in photography is kind of dwindled away. And a darn like. It's alright and i'm pretty but right at this point in time the enthusiasm is not bad. So i mean i think maybe twenty times on instagram. This year i think i who my camera Fee reasons so a few times. But i also see these like lowe's as a time to look at other things. It's obviously my. I'm not being challenged. I'm not growing by doing something that i have been doing for the longest time. So it's an opportunity to mean something new because if you don't being challenged if you're not growing that's it's so boring now. I love this. I want to hear about this shift. So where has your time been going in. Two thousand twenty. And how do you feel not doing photography as much like not posting us much. You very interesting answer for me. Where do i feel not posting as much. I have almost twenty twenty. I've just been sad a lot. I think it's been such a heavy year. That i've spent a lot of my majority in woods and actually just being sad and not knowing anything. What's going on and just being very confused. So in terms of anything external. I don't think of anything done anything. Great or grand. But i think. I've grown up a lot and i've learned a lotta things about myself and who i am. And i've tackled really really big challenges of emotional growth family sixteen family stuff and then just like also on the boss side like doing investing and business structuring serve really high level technical things as well so so on the external it probably looks like i'm doing nothing but hugh like i've done so much this year but it's it's not something i can climb to about the aca. Sometimes you want to go inward and work on the things behind the scenes and that's just as much work as the work in front of the much work and it's also i didn't want to do and i was. I was maybe two and a half three years now just trying to push it instead of listening to my body saying oh you want me to slow down. I just going going going going. So that's been a also just accepting that. I am not a workaholic anymore. Like i was and i am not driven by the same results that i was which was views and grossing follow. Isn't all that jazz in. I think twenty twenty. I also realized that celebrities The status of lace social media on how important it was in my life. it just slipped away. Because i've been with you know. I've been away from my family for almost a year now a year and a half maybe and i miss that It seems like almost ziff. Social media just doesn't carry the same. Wait you stu. So i've lost it's like the delusion the veil of social media and the obsession with has has gone for a while and i think i need to tap in figure out what i wanna do with his platform if anything because this is just i don't wanna i don't wanna contribute noise in a way and i wanna make sure that i'm doing it for the right reasons now. Yeah i love that. I appreciate you for being conscious and just being in tune with what you want to do. Because i've related to that so much this year especially i've i've just been on social media a lot less even though it is my job. Just you don't want to contribute to the noise and it's also i think this year i've seen the value of living your life in real time with real people in your life making those real connections and i think the stronger. Your connections are offline the less you need those online external validation sort of things right. You're it's like my friendships are so much stronger this year and like i don't care about the view count or the cow on instagram. And things like that. And i think moving forward. It's like how do we do social media consciously right how do we. It's still a tool and it's still amazing. It's not what it used to be not at all. It just doesn't carry the weight. And i'm so grateful that we learning this lesson now i still have my spurts of moments where i'm addicted and i'm on the front you might then. I'm like wait. Why what have i actually gained from this and the answer is usually nothing. And it's amazing because i think from perspective job is really great that we can go online and passed away and then get off line. We don't actually need to be present on missouri very much. yeah i. I shouldn't be doing this. But i i encourage my view is to not be on social media because i want them to live their life. I wanted to have great stories and not just screaming and your your channel is about living your life in the world again all about that. Yeah it's not just about being stuck on.

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"amore" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

The Lavendaire Lifestyle

07:17 min | 9 months ago

"amore" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

"Today is sorelle a more sorelle is a storyteller through the use of photo and video as well as a business person who since two thousand sixteen has inspired her millions of followers around the globe to ditch the idea of being a starving artist and pursue an authentic and unusual life. Worth writing about. Sarah has been featured in numerous global media outlets including forbes and business insider currently issues delving into a more spiritual path learning witchcraft. Slow living holistic health and energies keeping true to her forever evolving and unpredictable nature. Hello sarah welcome to the lavender lifestyle. Thank you so much for being here. How are you. I am so good and thank you for having me. I'm thrilled thrilled thrilled. I love your energy right now. I'm so excited to hear about your life and all the changes but before we get into that. Tell us all about your story on how you became an artist and a story to learn. I guess i fell in love with sharing my life and thoughts and found ways of doing it in a mania slightly unique way that catches people's attention and it was more i think more or less. It was my enthusiasm about my life. That people will join to in everything i was doing. Said say that's sharing stories. This isn't a thing that we do but then packaging them. That's a whole new ballgame and it was just years of practice on how to do it really well and then as a profession to become an ottesen story tila vay took to time to just find my skill but i mean what did it start with. Exactly what was your first skill. And then how did you end up on youtube. My first skill would be business. Actually i wasn't anything related to i thought i was the least artistic person in the entire world thought my family's quite artistic taken. I thought it skipped a generation. I thought i had no creative burning. My buddy and. I'm actually very grateful that i had this beginning as a business person. An an entrepreneur. I was trying at the beginning to be an entrepreneur starting to websites here in the but i honestly thought that was not something i was that was part of my brain structure and And then one day. I was meditating. Full ten days at at silent. Meditation retreat cash. And for some reason it just said holy friends sack. Shaw us to beat her into him when mike my friend. Sasha she's photography. She graffiti amazing photography in sydney australia. And i did and it was such a weird conversation because i didn't understand where it came from and why on earth this business person was meant to be a intern as a photography intern. But i did and it worked out and it ended up being one of the greatest things that happened to me. Because i mean it was. Photography unleashed the aspect. But then i'm so grateful for my beginnings as a businessperson. Because that's what i think. That's what has given me the success. Because i see both sides and as a balanced view and i never wanted the stabbing oddest life whatsoever so i was always juggling these two roles of myself yet as slowly slowly i was just taking Enjoying the prices of that in. I don't know this voice in the back of my head. Just said do youtube and i had no idea why again but i did and i. It was horrible the food of those videos. My first voters everything. Everything i did was just so bad at this at the stat and the plus unreasonably was that it enjoying it more and more and humor. Yeah now i mean. How long were you doing youtube and putting out content until you realize like wow. This is a fulltime career. Like did was a slow. Did it happen instantly. What was that journey like. I would say it's it was sort of fast i was. I was unemployed at the time. I didn't have anything to lose. I had just spent months and months and months. Aiding up in travelling to iceland Leading in iceland just a ship and decided to go from australia to europe. And see what happens. And i was in iceland with my savings. I had some savings with nothing to do stuck in the middle of nowhere just because of the situation. And i had nothing to do so i was like This thing said do you chew. Been so i started making these really bad short films and it was amazing because big jim new chiba soul one of those videos. Somehow because the universe is crazy dozen. We'd things and because she saw my really bad Video where i was interviewing horses and then she just decided to go for a trip. Hang out and we ended up being good friends so she helped me with youtube and help me grow to eighty thousand subscribers and then i won the best job on a planet which was to travel three months fulltime around the world and get paid for it traveling to fifteen luxurious destination around the world and bow was insane but that only got me to one hundred thousand not only but got me to one hundred thousand. I grew by about twenty thousand during that trip which i was actually a little shocked about. I thought maybe at grim melissa was. I was always disappointed at. I always knew that was something that i kept being cold too so i just kept going and going and going and i had my schedule up to videos a week. I never let it slip found topics out people like so we're interested in somehow managed to jump on a growing trend photography and had my slant on it which was so fortunate photography and then he just kept growing and growing and growing down here. These well it sounds like you were like you followed all the signs and because you fall. You're you stay true to what you were being led like. All these opportunities came in happen for you which is really amazing. I think that's but that's the thing about the universe is that you don't you shouldn't actually create uva with the intention of growing in a way but it should be. It should be for the odd. Because i created because i want to create and then people kept landing in my path that helped me away so people i think people are always like Had do it. What are the steps that you take. And i don't know if that's it because you don't know who's gonna come in your life. That i mean i'm even traveling with my videography right now and we've been speaking for three years. Because i saw one video that he posted on he did a music video for someone. And i heard the song i love the music video and then i somehow found him and three years later. I've met him once. But i invited him on this trip to tanzania that i'm on right now and so you never know who you're gonna meet how the is going to fold so it's just doing the action. See what happens. Oh i love that. Yeah it's less about planning the how to steps but really just following your heart in a way you following that intuition following the signs and then things will happen. Yeah i really believe that. Another thing that i like about you that i can relate to is the of labeling yourself because you have all these different parts of europe you're creative your business person you like this. This and i mean what is that like. How are you able to manage that. How do you feel about. Just how do you feel now about.

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"amore" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

AstroC?bala C?smica

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"amore" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

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Protest-rocked Belarus cancels all foreign media credentials

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Protest-rocked Belarus cancels all foreign media credentials

"Rocked by weeks of protests against the authoritarian president and Western condemnation over a crackdown on descent. Rescinded accreditation of all journalists working for foreign news outlets, saying they must apply for new credentials in a process that could take a week. Amore.

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Houston study: More contagious coronavirus strain now dominates

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Houston study: More contagious coronavirus strain now dominates

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Pelosi, Schumer 'encouraged' by Trump call for bigger coronavirus relief package

Hope in the Night

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Pelosi, Schumer 'encouraged' by Trump call for bigger coronavirus relief package

"Trump surprises Democratic leaders in Congress by calling on Senate Republicans to go bigger encoded relief bill negotiation because Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer said they were encouraged by President Trump's tweet urging Republicans go for a larger Corona virus relief package. After months of stall negotiations, Pelosi and Schumer sent a joint statement We look forward to hearing from the president's negotiators that will finally meet us halfway With a bill that is equal to the mass of health and economic crises gripping our nation. Congress has not been able to reach the negotiation on another Corona virus. Leave package. President Courage his party to back Amore expensive bill. Randy Bennett In Washington

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"amore" Discussed on Busted Open

Busted Open

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"amore" Discussed on Busted Open

"There were twenty thousand people standing on their feet at any other moment that night not when there were titled Changes Not, when the great mood came to the ring when you and cash jumped the rails that place shot up to its feet, you caused controversy in that moment. Why was that never followed up on? Why did we never get the briscoes versus Enzo and Big Caz? Why did we never get Geo d versus? Cash. Don't you think that that would have been best for business? Don't you think that people would have paid good money to see the briscoes try to punch and so in the face Or Man Lesson. I wouldn't have done it that. There is a real fistfight took place that day in the middle of the garden why because when you think of Randy and Chris Jericho. In. Summer Slam. Randy leading out The guys in the locker room or not smart to the business. Jericho leaves that locker room furious gets into guerrilla and flips out and causes a fight between brock because he and his mind is protecting randy in the business and the art of what it is that we do thinking that brock is in there taking liberties on guy and through that process, an entire arena whether backstage in the locker room in guerrilla or in the Hawk arena didn't know what the fuck just. Very confused because it was real. But. You have the balls that the Briscoe sad after. Mass after a mad they weren't all that the site. Those were doubt they saw they knew what time it was top profess by dogs and I baked the crowd. You get man how do you keep a secret infrared swing three people you got to kill two of them the fact that that was pulled off on McMahon level You know of secrecy the fact that people around you couldn't realize you just trended number one in the world over March madness over Bret Hart over the Wwe Hall of fame. The G. One itself over you know everything happening that night and so on. CAST reuniting number one trend in the world. We walked in and they're chanting fuck you enzo. Okay, you couldn't have asked for this thing to go I have never wrestled in front of new Japan or renovator crowd in my life. Now you think they should inherently know who I am because I'm in the wwe weeks. Why don't you take anyone in the wwe and loved them in that spot? There's only a few people that are pull at all for a reaction in general. Let alone get fuck you UN's up. It was the best Shit I've ever done in my career I. Mean I walked out of that that arena that night clouds twelve knowing that we just pulled some shit off that it's going to be talked about for years and the best part about it is bubby. You sit here why was the ball drop Obama buffs for one big cast that pro wrestling? which leads to you know. Jack my jaw. Automaton who dude wasn't so gracious to. Share the spotlight in that moment at Madison. Square Garden. Book Row. there. No such thing as a half way crook and if I ever show all all the waste the on the show. On my face. So if we if we go..

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"amore" Discussed on Busted Open

Busted Open

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"amore" Discussed on Busted Open

"Was Mind blowing to me as a performer that those other people that were performers did not step outside of the box in those moments and come join me on my path. I think that people will see it more. So happening now and in the near future I think that time forgives and heals all wounds and I think that you know when it comes to me I mean. Like you know I got accused of something that is well publicized three days. Later, that girls on snapchat with double Dildo, jammed her up and you know I it trying to make a buck off by name listen I'm not apologized I'm going to drop Phoenix or by Middle Finger in the air and I'm GonNa tell you you're against me, go fuck yourself but if you will with me. My God I got all love the world for you are one of those five thousand people that filled time swear like fricken New Year's eve when I got vindicated I mean in that moment if you're if you're Eric, you have to be a terrible businessman to go crawling back to Vince. McMahon. I am an individual one man in a sea of five thousand people and I'm not gonNA take this brand and go learn how to navigate these shark-infested waters as an independent contractor and make myself a million dollars on my own. I'm not here to work and make a million dollars for the next guy. Okay, I could do it for me. Great. If I could bring a million dollars to pro wrestling. You are a wrestle or and you don't want to work with me. You are an eighty you are not doing what's best for business you are getting caught up in the height believing what these fans are saying to you believing what you hear on the Internet and not doing what is best for business, and I, think that when you come from that McMahon mentality where okay listen. I got to blonde chicks. One of them's your wife Rousseff she's going to be making out in the cold same with this giant m a guy that would what your ass and you'll get to watch it happen and that's a festive business..

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"amore" Discussed on Busted Open

Busted Open

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"amore" Discussed on Busted Open

"That dictator John wants us to succumb to I'm not going to jump into that style because I wanNa make sure that I am helping our company go from being the alternative, and I'm not saying I want to monopolize professional wrestling that didn't come out of my mouth. What I am saying though is I want us to be number one and there's nothing wrong with that. I want to get into that style and I want to get into what you said in your speech basically about the spotty. Style of wrestling renite spot spot spot spot. But I want to ask you one question first about what you just said. You said when I'm on TV I ain't losing viewers those. Yup you've gone on social media tout fact do great ratings when you are on TV cody said on social media. Necessarily agree with that part where he had speech. Well, I just want. I. Just want to know like for fans who should they believe you or ham who's doing the more money numbers on dynamite every single week and argue blowing cody out of the water. Look I will not stand here and pretend that cody Rhodes isn't somebody that at one point in my career I looked up to as a mentor. We are fully aware of our history, and unfortunately I'm also fully aware that he's not a guy who's GonNa be leaving. Anytime soon and you know while I. Don't WanNa have to go toe to toe with them again because I do feel bad about how it went down I didn't want beat him that badly it happened it's not something that I can raise. It did happen I feel bad about it but at something I needed to do to springboard my career cody does great. Cody does his own great numbers but sodas njs and unfortunately like I said, there's a hierarchy in my company that doesn't want to let go of their spots. But if you guys saw actually quote tweeted the guy who unfortunately does a lot propaganda I'm not a huge fan of them but he got it right for once his name's Wade Keller and he literally showed you. Abir but I, no, don't get me started. He showed you minute from minute number by number tz that and the numbers don't lie. Stats are stats. Numbers are numbers. That minute from minute I am one of the draws not just on Wednesday nights on unprofessional wrestling television in general. And I think why it's being shown like it's concrete. You know the numbers, you know the ratings and you're definitely drawing those ratings and unfortunately when you look at it, Mj F listen I I. I don't WanNa get. Too deep into the ratings, but there was a couple weeks there where the competition was winning by the way during that period, you weren't on the TV screen. So I think that shows that when you're on the TV screen and you're being hyped to be on segment that you do draw the ratings now you talked about styles and you mentioned in your speech, the you. Mentioned about flip flop fly almost die and you talk about how you wrestle smart and Save, and that's why you're going to be around for another twenty five. Maybe even thirty years talk about that style and talk about what you addressed last. Wednesday I'd love to look dictator John He studied the Ian Rotten of the world the brain damage is of the world. That's not. Who I studied okay. I studied the greats I studied the flares the he's I studied the lads studied the Nick Bach winkles that you is study because those guys careers lasted a very long time because they wrestled intelligently. That's what they did. They didn't wrestle to garner pop from an audience I am wrestling to get the winner's purse I am wrestling to stay on top. I am wrestling to be the top guy for the next twenty, five years not for the nets to that's the.

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"amore" Discussed on Busted Open

Busted Open

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"amore" Discussed on Busted Open

"I agree with everything you said bubble the one I don't agree with is you know what it might be okay for somebody else on the Ross would be on sideline, but it's not okay for me to be I'm the franchise player on the guy who both on the microphone in the ring a once in. A lifetime professional wrestler I'm something that people are never going to get to see again. So No, it wasn't OK, and why I wanted to make perfectly clear. The reason I was on that sideline is because certain people in our company don't want to give up their spot and that's fine. You don't want to give up your spot I'll take yours and that's what I have to. Do and that's precisely what I did this week though the auditory speech that I gave will go down in history as a career defining moment and as a defining moment in the history of all league wrestling because what I did was a real paradigm shift, not a fake one I gave a real paradigm shift. I wasn't a guy who was a top guy elsewhere, I'm A. Guy Who became a top guy inside of my company, but I'm so proud to be a part of like I said I believe black white and gold I'm not leaving. This is a place I'm going to stay in and make better, and that's why it's so important to me to be spotlighted front and center because I know when I'm on the TV screen, we ain't losing viewers. and. It's very important to me and you know what's scary Ma maybe scary. But but also something that should be helpful and fruitful and for the future and the fact that you said you made the statement and I said it when we introduced you on the show, this morning is that you're going to legitimately be with this company for the next twenty five years like you know get a code he's not Jon Moxley stop but you are. So when you look at what the future of this organization is going to be, your name is consistently going to be the name that people mentioned over the course of the next two and a half decades. And that's just an accurate nothing nothing that came out of my mouth wasn't something that I hold true there was no hyperbole. It was just all facts I said grab a calculator because in fact, right now, who's one of the top stars in PA- wrestling the guy's name was Chris Jericho buyouts off to the man's forty, nine in twenty, five years from now I will be forty nine. So. So that is why I was so comfortable saying that and to be honest with the way I, wrestling my style, which is something I'd like to get into in the next couple of minutes on probably going to be able to wrestle seventy as top because I'm not. Being an idiot I'm not doing what everyone else in my generation is doing, which is succumbing to this car crash style..

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Coronavirus and consumer spending

John Batchelor

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus and consumer spending

"To concentrate on 11 paragraph here and then explicate from the point of view of living in Manhattan. The decline in GDP in the second quarter. This is the Wall Street Journal reflected the deep hit to consumer and business spending from lock down social distancing and other initiatives aimed at containing the virus. Consumer spending fellow 34.6% annual rate amid sharp decreases in spending on services like healthcare, recreation and food. Monica Monica, We were locked out We didn't make a decision not to spend our our own health care. Or go to the restaurant or recreation. We were prevented by orders of governors, no matter what. This is not about the economy. This is not about what we conduce. This is about a mandate and I want to underline this. I I cut myself with a pickaxe early on in the crisis, and I was reluctant to ask for help. Because the hospital's at this point we're expecting to be overwhelmed. This is March April. And I decided, given the swelling that it was wrongheaded of me and that their tetanus shot was necessary. So I called up the clinic where I usually go and they were very kind and they brought me in. Monica. I was the only person they saw that day. Other than being tested for the cove. It Now it easily could have been that There were hundreds of stupid people like me have cut themselves with the pickaxe and didn't go to the clinic and delayed spending on there. On their own health care, and we're paying the price for it. So the puzzle here is who's to blame? The blame is that they shut us down inarticulately. They made orders that didn't have any basis They were. They were panicky orders. There was no reason to keep people who'd cut themselves with the pickaxe from going to the clinic. But the the the two nurse practitioners who cared for me were very generous. However, they did underline that they were seeing me extraordinarily because their services were only for covert 19. That was the state of affairs in New York State in March of 2020 20. And from there, Monica we can only say never again. Never again. Will I vouchsafe the shutting down of the economy. You know, it was a government mandate mandated lock down of the kind we had never seen before, with an unprecedented situation, and I would remind everybody I think we sort of lost sight of this, John that in the early days of this, nobody knew how the virus was going to behave. We were getting information out of China, which you know, people thought with highly unreliable. About how this virus actually behaved in human beings. It was a novel virus. Nobody knew was that the Ebola where you're essentially dead in 72 hours, or with amore extreme flew. No one knew. So when the government mandated the whole sale lock down of the U. S economy, it was for public health reasons based on the worst case scenario. So when you say who is to blame every western country was doing, uh, China was during it, so there really was no alternative. Therefore, the government then also knew it had to step in and fill the economic avoid it because it was asking people to shut down their businesses shut down their livelihood. And you know, in the layout that that you just put out there that is sort of like an incentive based question. Like all of the American consumer to spend, we had no one Just to spend because there was no way to spend apart from the occasional Amazon delivery or some takeout food and groceries,

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I Moved - Moving Day

Talk, Tales and Trivia

07:44 min | 1 year ago

I Moved - Moving Day

"Hello this is Stephanie. And this is talk tales and Trivia the show I talked about pop culture and Trivia. Listen I love to research pop culture trivia and I love to share that information with you so that you can stump your family and friends. It is so much fun on today's episode. I thought I would talk about moving something that I did quite recently. Listen moving is never easy and we don't have to pretend we all know that is something maybe perhaps you would use the word chore that we don't like to do but we always love to get our places are new places all fixed up and looking great but the actual moving day is so hard but let me start with a little history. I well on average more than forty million people move each year and the United States. Did you know that it is estimated that eighty percent of those moves occur between April and September? While why is that well? This is referred to as peak season. Well why is that during this time? The demand for movers is very high especially in June July and August which tend to be the busiest months. Well why is that well? I'll tell you it's obvious that the spring and Summer seasons are easier and less harsh for moving because of the weather right. The weather is beautiful and those spring and Summer seasons perfect for moving well from the colonial times up until World War Two may. I was moving day the one day a year when people and New York City specifically moved it said that the tradition came from the Dutch. Who set out from Manhattan on May first and therefore celebrate each year by swapping homes on this day while layer landlords had to notify their tenants of rent increases on February first which would take effect three months later at nine A. M. Precisely tenants. Wade until may first to move and the streets would be filled with quote moving vans and quote. Long Island. Farmers Wagons led by horses clogging up the city streets and creating complete penumonia while I can believe that in eighteen ninety the city started to regulate moving rates and it costs two dollars per one horse truckload within two miles and a whopping fifty cents per extra mile. That was a lot back then. Even schools were closed on May first. That's how serious this day was as it was estimated that a million people moved simultaneously at the height of moving day. May I by the end of the nineteenth century? Many New Yorkers spent their summers in the suburbs and who wouldn't so beautiful and they moved upon their return making October first a second moving day well when World War Two began it was nearly impossible to find enough moving men on one day that one day so the tradition began to lose steam and once Rent Control. Went into effect shortly after the custom was erased. Completely well did you know that Quebec Canada still has a moving day. July first is moving day for most residents in that area and it is also Canada Day which just adds to the chaos. Well do you live an apartment or a house? Well apartments tend to offer greater proximity to public transit and to the city type activities that we love so much they typically have less space and so are less expensive to rent heat and cool they also have on site amenities like a gym a pool and a common area just like mine does and they almost always come with maintenance and yard services which is really great. Because I don't WanNa show snow or mo any lawn at all. Renting a house on the other hand means you're more likely to have a yard which is important if you have kids or pets and if you've got big pets they're more likely allowed a rental house than an apartment sure. Another major advantage of houses is the privacy. Yep you're less likely to hear the neighbors through the walls and you'll probably have plenty of room to park your car on the downside. You may be responsible for snow removal and mowing and other yard maintenance that I hate so much well. Did you know in the West thirty? Three percent of renters are apartments in the mid west. Forty four percent of renters are in apartments in the south well houses do dominate and just twenty seven percent of renters are in apartments and the northeast here where I am. Apartments rule making up fifty six percent of housing for current renters. These numbers aren't shocking. The Northeast where I am his amore densely populated area so it makes sense that renters find themselves more often in multifamily housing units. Well the West includes lots of rural land outside major metropolitan areas like Los Angeles that makes standalone houses more affordable. The lower cost of living in the south has the same effect. So what social media do you have your pictures on the pictures of your move on or do you have pictures of your move on any social media platforms? I love facebook and I have my pictures on facebook all the time of everything I do but where do you have yours? Where are Americans most likely to share pictures of their moving day adventures? Well it's facebook my favorite but the number two and three positions are interesting. People in the northeast are slightly more likely than everyone else to post on instagram. Western renters are the most likely to not be on social media at all. Mid Westerners are the most likely to be posting on twitter. Have you moved recently? Well it's a great great excuse to do some spring cleaning it really is and I will tell you about two weeks or so before I moved. This time I did a could will run with twelve bags of clothes. That feels so good to get rid of all of the stuff that you thought that you wanted and you needed. But you really discovered that you didn't have you moved into a new neighborhood. Well I did last week and I will tell you something you are never prepared for. This is something that you really have to think about and so was last week. I thought I was ready. I thought I was all prepared. And then I found out that I just wasn't the moving van came and I had just woken up and it was just well. Chaos utter chaos. I would say and of course like I've always had every move. I have more things than I thought I had. And it was a crazy crazy time trying to get everything coordinated but finally finally I did and that felt so good do now let me pose you a question here. Let me ask you. Do you consider the day that you move to be harder than the day after the day that you leave your old apartment and move stuff into your new apartment. Put the day after is just as hard for some. It is hard because that's when the work begins. That's when the unpacking boxes and the putting up of clothes and items really take hold and you have to be prepared for that so I would suggest unlike what I did. Get your rest and get set to move because it is going to be a long day.

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Sabrina Ionescu Wants to Win the Whole Damn Thing

ESPN Daily

09:38 min | 1 year ago

Sabrina Ionescu Wants to Win the Whole Damn Thing

"Merrill is a senior writer for ESPN and spent time with Sabrina UNESCO in her family last year for an in-depth profile Liz gets called generational talent? Now sometimes it feels like every top prospect every year gets called a generational talent but with her. It does not seem like hyperbole. No it's not. She's the real deal. She is sort of the Serena Williams of women's basketball. She can shoot the ball. You'd ask you three out. Topped the net barely move. She can dish out passes with relative ease. It looks like she's not even trying cut by over us into double figures at a great pass by ZIP on her passes they get there so quickly and then she can crash the boards UNESCO rebound. She's opened for three it. And you look at the stat sheet and all of a sudden. Wow this kid has thirty points ten assists and ten rebounds and you didn't notice because she makes it look so effortless people are taking notice. Celebrities are taking notice celebrities. Have come just to watch her and the Oregon women play Which you would have never really heard of that. Ten or fifteen years ago like male professional athletes taking the time to meet her or give her a shoutout. I mean this is an example of game recognizing game. Well what have some of those other athletes said about her well Steph? Curry has called her. A legend Libron has called her queen and said that she so dope. Kobe has had. Actually you know gone to meet her. Him and his daughter had seen her play. And what evolved? There was a friendship. You didn't necessarily see that crossover before you know when you did in in times past. You're like wow if you ever saw like a male athlete especially the best of the best. When you're talking about Lebron and staff in Kobe I mean these are guys who've actually seen her play and have taken the time to either go on twitter. Whatever venue and to praise her play. That's a pretty big deal. You know. Even Gino Auriemma said. She's smart. She waits for you to make a mistake a lot of lot of guards. They go so fast that they don't give you a chance to make a mistake. She goes at a pace. Where she waits in waits and waits. When you screw up. She takes advantage of and that's saying a lot for from him who has seen so many great players. I mean every time you think of a great women's basketball player. We're almost always talking about somebody who went to uconn. Be Terachi or BRIANNA STEWART. Or Sue bird or my amore. We're almost always talking about someone who come from that program. Now we're talking about somebody who plays for Oregon and it's not like Oregon is in the middle of nowhere but it's not an easy place to watch basketball because they're on the west coast. You're not GONNA if the if they are on. Tv A lot of times. They're late but yet a more and more people are getting to know about her star power and the fact that you've got all of these these guys who are at the best of the best. You've got Lebron calling her queen I mean that is that's being displayed to all of his millions of followers. Some of the praise that she's received you just. You don't see that you haven't seen that in the past from other women's basketball players. Cobi not only praised her. He actually broke down her game for us. We'll look Sabrina and say okay. She's great handling the ball. Of course us. She's great onscreen roles. Of course she is but what makes really dangerous is that she can catch and shoot to right so she can move off the ball. She's just as dangerous. Doing this. Offer catching shoot. She was asked about him after his death and had this to say I mean everything I do. I do it for him. Obviously Really close friend and this season's for him. What was their relationship like so she met him he. He attended one of her games and over the past year so they became pretty close. She admired his game deeply and vice versa. He you know obviously Kobe with a daughter. Who's really into Basketball that was sort of a bond a she was really emotional after Learning of his death She dedicated that next game to him and kind of broke down just talking about him before we get to this season and what. Sabrina 's accomplishing. I WanNa talk to you about how this all began. How Her story starts? You did a big profile of Sabrina. Last year you spent time with her and her family was she like as a kid well so she had a really unique background. Her family's from Romania. She didn't grow up there but in nineteen eighty nine. The was a revolution in Romania and her father. Dan wanted to leave the country seeking political asylum and so he left for Northern California leaving his wife and their two year old son Andrei behind. He went there sort of for the American dream to kind of provide for the family told the family told his wife. Hey hopefully I can send for you in six months. Got a cab job and was trying to make some money now. That six months a turned into five years five years past he by this time he has turned that cab job into his own limousine company and he can send for the family. So that's nine thousand nine hundred five two years later. Pair of twins were born A boy and a girl and Sabrina came I of course because she would end up being sort of the bossie sibling of the family. And then Eddie came. I think eighteen minutes later That really forged her path having a twin brother who played basketball and the reason they started playing basketball was because both parents worked and maybe it was a simpler time but her dad would drop them off at a park down the street and Walnut Creek and she just started playing her. Daddy would play with other kids. Klay Curry COMP. Exactly she was the one bringing the curry. Okay say you know I was first recurring there you go. She'd get knocked around a lot and she do some knocking herself and sheer. Her skills really evolved from that street basketball into what we see. Now which is one of women's basketball's lead. I mean they got so good that they would start hustling older kids or even adults for like money. that they would use to buy slurpy and you know they speak Romanian and so they could actually Kinda have their own code when they're playing or even if they wanted to make fun of the players that they were playing against they talk to each other in Romania. Hate to use the word tomboy but she was You know her. Mom told me when Sabrina was in junior high. Some a counselor called and said hey you know. We're really concerned about her going to high school. Because she doesn't really communicate with any females. She over friends or boys and her mom's like yeah whatever. Okay I'll get right on that and did nothing. Because she knew that she was developing this young woman who was strong who had her own voice and did what she wanted to and was really good at it so her size helped them in that hustle. Did it lead to her being underestimated when she got to junior high and high school she was but by the time she was leaving high school and being recruited obviously she was heavily sought after. Shit. Yeah She. She wasn't the first person you would look for on the court. She wasn't necessarily anything spectacular By any means but once you saw her play in what she could do a lot of her stuff is like you know the old fashioned elbow grease stuff where you know she the reason. She has all those rebounds is because when she played with boys she never got the ball and so the only way she was getting the ball is if she somehow muscled her way in there. The family is not a basketball family. Didn't even know anything about basketball before they came here and even in those first years they. It wasn't something that they really knew. A lot about coming from Romania. Pretty much everything she has gotten has sort of. Been off of this whole work

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"amore" Discussed on G

G

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"amore" Discussed on G

"You think I'm GONNA say under we're not because it was a bad movie. I just don't think it was an amazing movie idea and I'm conflicted because I want to see these films on the top two fifty but the same same way it was like I was never like. Oh there's this brilliant you you know like I. I think I don't know eight point one's pretty good. I don't think I would go higher. I definitely wouldn't go higher. I might go a little bit lower because they did a good job. It was interesting throughout is very original I think he told a good story right. I agree with all that but was it like it was kind of missing that factor that while factor like Holy Shit. That was that was a great as movie movie. That's going on my list. I'M GONNA I can't wait to re wash or I I'm not it's not Vilma. I'm looking to recommend not saying I'm not I wouldn't tell people the watch it. I'm just not like fuck dude. You have to watch Villes. You haven't seen this. I'm not like that and I can't really put my finger on why I'm not not but I'm just not right. This also was a Alejandro whose debut yeah so so good that into consideration difference. I don't I don't know man that's the fucking. This is a fucking a great film. If that's your first film ever are you kidding me. I agree I agree with that. I'm just saying I don't think it should affect your Number one I'm going over on the list over one so you over under grant. It wasn't clear ago tat under seven nine nine. Everyone's Oh shit alright. What would what happens next? I wanted I think this is a good idea to get back into it I had another film thinking about that. I've seen multiple getting off the highway. Is that what. You're talking about I'll let you choose I know it's my choice. But I have fill in mind so we can go with film mine and the only thing I'll tell you is its genre that I like that's very similar to spotlight where it's investigative a biopic. Then we go over this. It's an investigative film or are then investigative film or you just ride the highway a superhero film. What sorry what'd you say? Investigative none of the second the highway. Oh no no I'M NOT GONNA I'M NOT GONNA I'm not gonNA choose the The ladder over a specific picks while I'll do the first based on I can always get on the highway. You know okay. I've seen this before and I knew I haven't seen in a while so I wanNA watch it again and I checked because I thought it could have made the top two fifty on our list but it did not who And I wonder if you've seen this or not Zodiac Zodiac Zodiac Zodiac. Killer Ted Cruz. It's about as killer. What is what years? I got a bunch of astrology stuff. When I googled that I do not care about the two thousand seven The it's Jalen Hall Mark Mark Ruffalo Robert Downey Junior. I don't think I've seen this. I doesn't really well okay. Well this is even more exciting than because it's it's definitely Elaine. Top Ten probably for me killer. I haven't seen in a minute thinking. I'm getting big seven vibes. What's in the box? The box see I never. I had to rewatch seven as well Zodiac. It's it's it's falling of reporter at a newspaper sleeper. The same thing or something like that. There is some investigative About a serial killer in journalism and I don't know maybe this isn't a actually don't night is it is working at the San Francisco Chronicle but it's really interesting The Zodiac killer was was known for his deciphered notes. He would send a note to the newspaper. We're of just straight symbols. Yeah and it'd be totally encoded. People couldn't break the code. And that's crazy. Cereal Car Tame runtime. What are we looking at the Quinn? Oh boy yeah let's do it. That's what I knew. It was the one who was just keep on rocket. Yeah this is. It's going to be the first one I think that We'll definitely the first one I've recommended that I've already seen so I haven't seen in a while but I've seen it probably twice this third time. Cool no it'll be interesting to get an opinion you know after. I mean you know what's going to happen probably if you watch semi recently maybe not. I don't arts like he's launching without spoiling too much like they probably figure out someone dies something they probably figured out you know something about the Zodiac killer. Yeah but you know. It's about the journey not the distance all right and thanks for joining us on this charity. Okay thank you. Thank you offer fans so it will just be all this. How is this possible we could do? I can't do it for very long. Dude I know Five minutes I know someone like on is like an old friend of mine who does is chip on snapchat like on purpose. Life like look at the rain. Great now do they voice like that take breath and and look how beautiful the rain gene is. I'm like Jesus Christ I can't rain I gotta get to walk mother again. I ah get the sentiment in the sentiments cool but I don't like the voice and my changing your demeanour it's enough and making us story about probably the antithesis of being meaningful and being in the present. You shouldn't care about what anyone thinks. They're trying to spread their their wisdom. They're trying to get that message. Sit Down there like making the story but they have to dumb down but you know it's not dumb Zodiac two hundred seven Could you guys next week Hell yeah piece. Yeah cool all right piece guys next week piece again..

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"amore" Discussed on G

G

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"amore" Discussed on G

"Yeah I guess you have view saying so. That's one fact derailed. Oh no no this one insee so at the end I need you to clear up something who okay. You're always having into the movie. It looks like he sold the dog. And then the Dr Fall them off auto see I had. I was confused as well to. What is this exchange of money? He was selling been car. He sold the car because he stole the one of the the brother's car that he came over in when he was Oh and he just walks car without a car some Fu money do what he wants yet he was he left a lot of my daughter. I was like there's a lot of money I'd also don't know how much a peso says you know like let's say let's look for the list of them basis two dollars five hundred bucks okay. How much thousand was the was the big one that's to grant? Yeah Yeah I mean. They did mention no he. He played sixteen fights. And let's say you did ten grand per fight so it'd be like five hundred like times. Fifteen grand per fight was really that much. Yeah I mean he's a UH fifteen krant but if he got he got it was twenty thousand per fight and then he got fifteen grand that dude also why fog would wanna be with Susannah. Who just took all of his money? That's another reason why I didn't like him. I was like dude. Steve Steve Fucking is soon as she could. She betrayed you. Why would she be with also the whole time she was like no? I don't I don't WanNa run away with you and he's like yeah this way but what if I had money for a while. Yeah I don't have really much else now I'm trying. I'm reading my notes. Let's I said I tob Yo. Low Key sucks said. Did they killed like twenty dollars for this movie. Valeria Moron like she got out of her fucking wheelchair to like crawl on. Oh I'm like dude. Food doctor says oh well she has like open pens like inner leg. I'm like what are you doing. Also hire someone to get the fucking dog out. I don't like the first night. That's that's where a little bit of a unbelievably unbelievable from like it's like dogs stuck on the floor all right. Let's go to bed. We'll figure it out chocolate. Luckily to also there are so many brats fucking rats would have eaten. The chocolate chocolate was not eating or no. Rats made an appearance in the apartment. Either some holes in other words I mean like I don't think they came from through the holes. I don't think they were running around in the apartment. There was no but they put the chocolate in the whole remember. Yeah Yeah and they need it. Yeah Yeah I don't know what is the gene Q.. Patented serve you. It's right or we decide if the true Phil True Rating God one day. I'm going to get this right. You know the true rating of the film is over are under the IMDB rating and are sitting at a pretty eight point. One eight point one man. I'd like these types of films. Well it's weird. I like these type of films..

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"amore" Discussed on The Slowdown

The Slowdown

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"amore" Discussed on The Slowdown

"Where would we be without the ability to compare one thing to another? How how would we describe a thing like wine if we couldn't compare it to chocolate or cherries or silt tobacco and leather? Wait leather leather. How would we describe things like paint color or perfume? Perhaps we'd be left with no language but the technical the the inane literal the room was bluish Greenish Whitish grey. He smelled essential oil. They looted in water and alcohol. Maybe that kind of information would fill our heads with data but where would it leave our imaginations and our hearts the right comparison cut straight to the essence of thing. It can set your mind heart and even maybe your skin in tingling. I was looking at him like I was a panther and he was a gazelle her voices like honey when we finally kissed. I felt like a tree whose birds have all at once taken flight when my sons. They were toddlers. We flew to California to visit family amid a group of aunts uncles cousins and family friends advocates gotten momentarily separated from his twin panicked and disoriented. He said where's my husband. And perhaps APPs that was actually the truest way of describing the bond he and his brother share one night when my daughter there was three she looked out her window and called to the bright full moon. Be careful it's dangerous up there you could fall down own. I guess the comparison that had taken root in her mind liking the moon to a little kid behaving recklessly on the playground. Perhaps she was excited to find herself in the position of being able to warn the daredevils moon in the same way someone. Let's face as that. It was probably me had once. warned her one of Life's challenges and one of its great joys is finding finding adequate ways of describing how you feel what you see what you have been made to notice. It's work we do constantly sometimes without even realizing it poems nudge us to think more vividly more daringly. Great poems leave us us with the feeling of having seen or felt or noticed something for ourselves and they leave us with a new vocabulary for our feelings. I find it especially exciting when what a poem teaches me to recognize in a new way is a source of happiness and delight like love. Today's poem is amortised payrolls by Angela. Narciso Torres sometimes. I love you the way my dog loves his all beef chew bone worrying the knuckled corners corners from every angle manuals working like Pistons. His eyes glazed over with a faraway. Look that says does he won't quit till he reaches the soft marrow. His paws prop the bone upright it slips. He can't clutch shit tight enough. Bite hard enough. A dog's paws weren't meant for gripping. And sometimes I love you the way. My dog brushes his flank nonchalant against my legs than flops on the floor beside me while I read or watch. TV His heft warms. One of us is hungry. The other needs to pee but we sit content as wildflowers minutes pass hours..

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Italy's Conte might be back at helm with new alliance

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Italy's Conte might be back at helm with new alliance

"There is Italian politics to think about as well and I rather like your your headline is not amore we could use between five stuff and the the Democrats but they have found a way forward yeah that's true doctor after days of what seemed to be constant bickering you know negotiations were really touch and go there for awhile the five star in the Democratic Party do you seem to have alliance they decided that this new alliance would be led by a Decepticon today I'm so I guess with that now out of the way what we're looking for now is for the president to give a mandate to Decepticon Tate to begin actually doing work on forming that new government I believe we are expected to see that happen at some point this morning there's gonna be meetings taking place in Italy in just a few hours time then well that's all good and great I don't think it means that we're out of the woods yet tides definitely doesn't seem like it's going to be total smooth sailing conte still needs help the five star and are we ever higher now yeah I mean our Italian politics ever out of the woods is it ever smooth sailing in Italian politics I I don't think so you know I remember last year covering the entire elections being so fascinated and one of the reporters Italy said you know this is just what Italy does there's always a sort of political may have been cast so I'm I guess for now though what we'll be looking for is can Kansei come together create a new team format and new solid government and then from there really how solid is this new government going to be I think there's a lot of doubt about I'm gonna for camera go out on a limb here and forecast that lasts less than a year which which which would be the average which would be the average for Italian governments over the last sixty years they've had they've had about one a year for the last six

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The tablet computer pulled by donkey

Latest In Tech News

04:19 min | 2 years ago

The tablet computer pulled by donkey

"So Mr A maid, agrees his Zaveri simple solution describing it as an adequate way of supplying digital education to people in rural communities, it safe and robust, it cannot be broken. And it cannot be stolen project makes money from non government organizations, many of which have been trying to reach remote communities. The Amore traditional methods such as lectures n reaching pamphlets now of pamphlets get thrown away, while at fine. Most people don't listen after two or three minutes, but the actually see people showing up. Well. It's been a lot of tangible results for some they've said, after civic education, campaign voting increased by forty five percent a family planning campaign saw a twenty seven percent increase in contraceptive intake in health centers in a financial inclusion campaign resulted in sixty percent, more new Bank accounts being opened. So it's exciting to see this along with some health benefits, just ease of use.

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"amore" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"amore" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

"Shade the grapes well of the Saudi I'm blocked the need a shade the grave I needed the wire put the canes on. So I started putting the canes on top wire and about Amore for canes. So that would be like vertical shoot positioning. Right. Yeah. Be similar to that. Right. That idea. Yeah. Yeah. So then the had a meeting and the told me that what you're doing is wrong. The university doesn't recommend but it should go to meeting. I want you to tell them how you do it. And they'll good friend of mine. He did it the right way of Murphy. Good. Yeah. Murphy was partnered area. Super nice guys that now. So I got up there, and I showed him how doing it, you know. And next thing, I know you drive down the road and look at this pruning. There are only using that top wire in about ten years later university come out recommended use the top wire because a lot of vigor. You don't you didn't need to worry about sunburn? So. Then you know, we started pulling leaves through the metal of on the shady side, not whether the afternoon sun hits them. So you were pulling in the fruit zone on one side zone on one side on the east side. Get in the morning some but not that late afternoon Hotson. So the next thing, I know more people were doing. And made sense. If you do it early the vines adjusted to the heat and they won't sunburn, but if you wait too late in poll, then you'll get burnt maybe the grapes or like that. So you gotta do it the right time. So the skins themselves kind of develop a sensitivity. Yeah. They do. Yeah. And what did you learn about dropping fruit? Yeah. That's the thing..

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Debbie, Tristan Alleman And Richard Simmons discussed on Living Healthy Podcast

Living Healthy Podcast

08:34 min | 2 years ago

Debbie, Tristan Alleman And Richard Simmons discussed on Living Healthy Podcast

"Me. When you think cardio, what comes to mind, Richard Simmons? Okay. Well, that's a throwback. But I think more like biking running cardio bunnies. Possibly. I mean. I know for me, I think about that because used to be one of those cardio bunnies. Just too afraid to try anything else in the gym. And that was mainly because I didn't really know what else to do in the gym. But here's the thing though, cardio is important. Ho important is it can't is really important. You know, it just helps with everything and helps build stronger hearts. It helps us burn fat and calories in a shorter amount of time. And that is why today's episode is all about cardio and why cardio is important for men. Women beginners more experienced gym goers and everyone in between. So I'm Candice, and I'm Andrew and this is the Libyan healthy podcasts. All about that cardio about that cardio. Bonnie. I Bala back cardio back party of funny. We're all about that Cardi about that cardio. We're buddies. Oh, yes. We'd sound. That's awesome. I do. I do have to ask you a question though, Kansas. Yes, What's a cardio bunny? What are we just think about okay, so cardio bunny is are those girls that just hang out on the treadmills or stair climbers and their grade? Yeah. Too. Timid little bunnies. I used to be one. Okay. Well, I just took a leap and decided to sing about without knowing what that is about. But okay, that's not bad. All right. Well, this show is all about cardio. So for that. We're going to be bringing back two guests. The first is elephant is personal training director Tristan alleman. And we also have dietitian Debbie with us here to help us understand the benefits of adding that cardio to your workout routine. So welcome back to the show guys. Thank you for having us here. Good to be back. So Tristan let's start with you the basic question why is cardio so important. Well, you know, of course, that all depends on your goal cardio is important for mainly two things. Probably the most obvious thing is to keep your heart, healthy, your heart and your lungs. You know, your heart's pretty much the most important muscle in your body. Right. So you gotta keep your heart strong. Also, you know to burn extra calories cardio has great benefit. You know, if you're trying to lose body fat. But another thing too is the thing that I experienced from cardio because I like to do cardio in the morning. It gets the oxygen flowing through your body early in the day or even in the middle of your day. Just so, you know, by the time to get you get to work or do what you do throughout the day. Your brain's kind of activated. You've got blood flowing through your body the oxygen going around your body and you like the early morning cardio. I really do. Oh my gosh. I cannot agree with that. I'll do the lunch thing. And maybe that helps me get past that afternoon stage totally so after work, and I know I drag myself to the gym, and I'm always so exhausted. But it makes sense because after work you now, I feel super energized yen. You gotta do. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Totally. So what kind of what what are some exercise that constitute cardio accounts is cardio? You know, anything that really gets your heart rate up. I think that could be considered cardio. Of course, like what most people think of is like the treadmill or the stairmaster the bikes elliptical you could do cardio when a group class. You know, the Zuma classes are great. It gets your heart rate up. You can even do hit training where you're doing strength training cardio combined. Really anything that gets your heart rate up would probably be considered cardio. So if I'm running and instead of just a really low level jog, I'm doing some hills. Well that be cardio for me that would be cardio Exxon. Okay. Just getting your heart rate up essentially, kind of anything that's going to do that. Exactly. What? How does it? You kind of mentioned the heart being such an important muscle of the money. What is it about cardio that affects the heart? Well, it makes your heart stronger. Right. So if you're if you're doing cardio and in you're not in good condition. Pretty much your heart has to pump a little bit harder to get the blood flowing throughout your body. Because it's not conditioned as you continue to push your body and get your get your heart. Use of strenuous exercise. Just like any other muscle. It's going to get stronger. So your heart's gonna be, you know, you're stroke volume in your heart, which is pretty much what controls how much blood is being pushed out per pump. Right. As you strengthen your heart, your stroke volume increases. Right. So your heart doesn't have to work as hard to push the amount of blood throughout your body. Okay. So on cardia center days, Debbie are there like certain foods that are better to eat on a cardio focus days. It makes more sense to actually just shift some of your calories to the hours surrounding your workout. Because you really wanna feel it rather than thinking about more volume Amore energy on one day versus another. I mean, you could certainly go about that. But actually, if you want to have the best cardio workout. You can you wanna top off your glycogen stores support that performance protect your muscles by getting. Adequate fuel pre and post. So how do you do that? Exactly. I mean, are there certain types of food that are better than others? Sure, I would stay away from anything really highly fatty and fibrous so things like, you know, really deep fried food, bacon cheese or high fiber food. Just the pre. Kim before maybe maybe you get a little bit of sodium boost. But that's, but you know, brand and the shelves of pumpkin seeds. They're not going to help their Tristesse in the high fiber category. But they're not going to help you for that workout would like an apple beforehand be okay. Or is that so you wanna look for non apples fine. You want to look for the the wholesome foods that you're going to choose through. But something that you can digest has to do with the timing. So for me, I don't really like to exercise with a full belly. So if I'm going to have a meal, and I have a substantial meal six eight hundred calories. It's going to be like three hours for me. If you're a Grazer and you're like, oh, well ahead a bowl of cereal an hour ago. Well, then you need eat something again before you go off and do your sixty minutes of your class or what what about like, a protein drinks are those necessary for pre or post cardio workouts. Or is that kind of more reserved for strength training days. You know protein in general is helpful. During your longer kind of aerobic work. That's that's over an hour. You're doing the high intensity interval training as far as supplementing with protein the there's somewhat of a benefit to either the protein shakes or putting a protein powder into a fluid because the liquid form it's just it's easier to digest than chewing through, you know, chicken meat or or what have you? It's just easier on your digestion. But still you don't need your body's not going to utilize more than a bulk of twenty to thirty grams of protein at that sitting in in terms of so you, you know, the concept of oh, I need more protein. Let me power down this, you know, sixteen ounce steak. No, no, right. You know, the four ounces is going to top you off like, that's it Tristan. What's your take on it? I mean, are you more of a like protein drink fan, or do you tend to just have like a glass of milk or something? Yeah. Totally I have used protein shakes in the past. I try to get all my protein through nutrition for the most part I usually use protein shakes for convenience. But you just have to be careful. There's so many supplement companies out there, you gotta make sure you're you have a high quality protein because a lot of this up liament companies have a lot of fillers that really aren't that great for you. So I'd like to use protein shakes for convenience. Do you find that it's best before or after your your workouts? Actually either. I I'm kind of like Debbie in the sense that I don't like to work out on a on a full stomach. So I usually would do it after just for for that. But the main thing is that you have an adequate amount of protein by the end of the day timing is very important for protein, but not as important as just eating the right amount. You know throughout the day for sure, you know, and ready to drink like sealed, a protein drink is easier to transport in gym bag like I'll get it in the freezer and let it thought out or something like that. If I want cold, it's just a little bit easier. Like you said timewise for convenience than going. Okay. We'll wears my ice packs to keep my heart. Buttocks gold. Right. You know, when I got appeal the shells and soon on everyone puts a chicken breast in their gym that the fortune tonight. Yeah. Okay. That's just

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Rwanda genocide: Nation marks 25 years since mass slaughter

BBC World Service

04:10 min | 2 years ago

Rwanda genocide: Nation marks 25 years since mass slaughter

"Now today marks twenty five years since the start of the genocide in Rwanda which killed nearly a million people in just one hundred days in nineteen Ninety-four about eight hundred thousand people with slaughtered by ethnic Hutu extremists. They were targeting members of the minority Tutsi community as well as their political opponents, irrespective of their ethnic origin, the massacres mostly by gangs. Wielding machetes swept across the country groups of people were killed in their homes in churches in schools places where they sought shelter. The United Nations was heavily criticised for stepping back and the United States for turning a blind eye to the brutality in a desire to avoid intervention for years. After the genocide the US President Bill. Clinton and the UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, both apologize to the victims for not attempting to prevent the atrocities that took place. It took a twenty year operation for UN backed court, the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda set up by the UN Security Council to bring some of the perpetrators to Justice. When our correspondent Ferdinand Amande is live in the in the capital of Rwanda Kigali an Ferdinand talkers through some of the events that will begin today. And then last I think over many days coming up. This as you mentioned was one hundred days of slaughter and on the twenty fifth anniversary. Rhonda begins a hundred days of mourning. It'll start this morning at the Kigali genocide memorial. We are more than a quarter of million people are bury their president pork Gama with other dignitaries from several countries of confirmed. The attendance will be there to light 'em memorial genocide flame after us. They will have a walk from Kigali convention center. All the way to the Amohoro national stadium. Amore is a place that is translated to mean peace. These we are many people's was shelter during that period of the genocide, and they're going to have some sort of commemoration just remember the twenty five years going on since the bloodshed death and plunder where the country is always going on. Now, mostly I also understand that during this period for the over one hundred days for seven days, then run that will mostly be very solemn. Calm. No loud music. No, loud shouting, even in some cases. None of the English football is very popular. Here will be washed trade to lay low because apparently any form of filtration may be seen as an insult to the memory of those who died for the next days. I'm told Rhonda stays really really come to remember the dead, what of moves towards reconciliation. How does that look to you twenty-five years on? What Rhonda has made great strides. I would say ever since the genocide of festival prison polka gunman is money to govern is the country to be largely peaceful compared to his neighbors even ruined weather with the killing this variance table, but right now in Rhonda, there's generally are a lot of sense of peace at the same time ever since the genocide ended a prisoner. They the government would try to build houses for those who love the property goes a little plant during that period and outspoken, some people say that been so every mainly on governments apart right now also witness pick the people here in wonder, nobody identify themselves as who were to see which are the main communities here, they say, I am Wendy's. So there's a sense of say that the fact that the two separate themselves, according to Freiburg's or or profiling that is the biggest genocide. And that he's so they private best make sure that they it infrastructures as one and behaved generally like that. So those are some of the things I've seen so far. But also spoke to one of the organizations that monitors jealous, but they say that it trauma levels actually going up because more and more people picking out about what is going on. And now, it's appears at is a lot more healing going

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Peer Street discussed on Mad Fientist

Mad Fientist

03:34 min | 3 years ago

Peer Street discussed on Mad Fientist

"The better ones. And she has been living off interests like at fi, like she's instead of her having to draw down on some of her other capital and other accounts in more traditional accounts. She could live off interest and not touching the principal. Yeah, no. Did it seems really interesting she and she's a friend of both Amores now and she was kind enough to share like all her spreadsheets in all the analysis that went into it and how returns have been coming in. And it does look like a great way to go. If you're not wanting to go out there and try to find these individ-. Dole lenders yourself. So see is that obviously you are very active real estate investor, and you know you've built up your portfolio by working hard and hitting the ground and hitting the neighborhoods and things like that. Is that something you think you'd ever get into? Yeah, I'm already doing and I'm sort of testing it out and I don't write a lot. I haven't written about about on my blog yet because I'm just, you know, people listening to what I'm saying about real estate sometimes and I just wanna make sure I'm really like doing it myself. So I'm gonna get ready to start writing some articles and share my experiences, but so far so good. Like I, I like the, I like the concept and to me like the beautiful thing about lending, your money is not the beautiful thing, but the thing you should always keep in mind is that you wanna make sure the collateral that you have is is always like the first thing you think about like that in real estate, you either own the property or you own the loan, this securing the property, and you can make money with either one, but like the. Core of real estate always is that collateral that piece of

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Steve Keim of Arizona Cardinals suspended after pleading guilty to DUI

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 3 years ago

Steve Keim of Arizona Cardinals suspended after pleading guilty to DUI

"Sports. Studios in Los Angeles Fierce David Gascon cardinals general manager Steve time pleaded. Guilty to extreme DUI his, blood alcohol content according to Chandler police. Departments friends report was point one and nine it's more than double. The amount allowed. In Arizona extreme DUI case it's a class one. Misdemeanor conviction can result thirty days in jail colonels in return have suspended him for five weeks. And also fined him. Two hundred grand me wall Rams wide receiver Brennan. Cooks gets an extension by the club today five years eighty. One million dollars that's according to Albert breer he'll also get, fifty and a half million dollar an injury guarantees twenty and a half. Million dollar fully guaranteed coming his way labor I'm bells agent told the media today Sirius XM that, his client will not be at training. Camp but, we'll be available for week one Randy Gregory the, Dallas Cowboys was reinstated by, the lead today but on a conditional basis he's been suspended, without pay since two thousand seventeen this FOX thirteen weather update and boxer team meteorologist Elizabeth de Amore. Woolsey a few showers and storms to the ED time with..

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Dimitrios Pagourtzis driven by rejection from girl

Dark Secret Place

02:08 min | 3 years ago

Dimitrios Pagourtzis driven by rejection from girl

"The second chinese carrier this is the one that they reverse engineered the old surplus russian carrier that has been re purposed as the lien on the first chinese scarier the second one just completed five days of sea trials in the yellow sea between korea and china does not have a name yet the odds on favourite name would be the long march the lounge is named after an actual province but the the chinese have named worships after things and people and the the long march is a legendary defining moment of the chinese communist revolution or mazi dungs army marched thousands of miles losing hundreds and thousands of soldiers doing so to to get to refuge where they could rebuild their strength let's the odds on favors the the long march it will be very similar to their current carrier the lao non and then it will also be a technology testbed so that now they have two carriers the next step is getting the air the air wing to go on this one getting the pilots trained to land on this one and take off we'll be back right after this isis surrendering but to who that amore coming up at this dark secret place brian suits back here one more time on kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael should pay with the news the mother of one of the ten people killed at a texas high school says she believes the shooter targeted her daughter after she recently rejected romantic advances of the seventeen year old charged in the killings twentythreeyearold woman's been hospitalized after she alleged senator boyfriends shot her in the eye in palmdale but the victim apparently is not cooperating with police the smaller quaker steak and parts of riverside county the us geological survey says a magnitude three point five quake hit just before twelve thirty this afternoon centered near the willa indian reservation we'll check out your forecast and the drive on the freeways next hey guys it's tim mahal ski and ashley spell and i'm sure you've heard us talk about.

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First NASA lander to study Mars' interior due for California launch

01:19 min | 3 years ago

First NASA lander to study Mars' interior due for California launch

"Hi good morning everybody hey we're gonna start your day off with kind of a mixture of clouds and sunshine that's pretty much the way the day is going to unfold shouldn't be too bad temper temperature wise we'll get you into the sixties so it'll be a touch on the cool side out there on the montlake cut you may have to wear light coat or something like that but all in all it looks like we can hold off on the rain and that's kind of the big deal there so have a good time out there and whenever you plan on doing over the over your saturday it looks like you can do it and not worry too much about the weather in the komo weather center i'm steve pool twenty four seven news continues now on komo news if all goes according to plan nasa will be sending a fantastic new probed amores later today brian shook has details the launch is planned for early saturday morning from vandenberg air force base in california it'll be the first interplanetary launch from the west coast if all goes as planned the insight lander will touch down on the martian surface a few days after thanksgiving of this year insights mission will be to study the interior of mars along with detecting mars quakes that's brian shook reporting for the second time since it should arrive in seattle his playing days as a mariner have come to an end at least for this season komo's jessica taff has more than what the future holds for one of the franchises biggest star mariners gm jerry dipoto.

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"amore" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"amore" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Bragging about you know how many people with moscow all the dogs when the room when he was there everyone loves him how the market in moscow is very attracted to him rosen's former employer africa israel is owned by sovietborn tycoon lev leviev who reportedly described vladimir putin as a true friend five has had close relationships with important people in moscow in the soviet leadership later in the russian leadership for many many years another important connection to both cohen and trump's businesses the man in the grey suit jerry rotunda the former cfo of the private banking arm of deutsche bank rotunda still works for the firm according to a person familiar with his employment she basically was a key figure in the institution that's been bankrolling a bunch of trump deals in recent years including the hotel in washington dc they gave them a hundred and seventy million dollars construction though so here we have a person at the center of this whole thing sitting outside with michael cohen and rhoda amore so are in this picture of michael cohen holding this informal meeting with the collection of businessmen is visual reminder of how close cohen is to the trump organization it's business perhaps it's effort to build a trump property in moscow and that's probably why the president is so upset about the raids on michael collins home and his office all right thank you very much christine and i'm pretty incredible right to to skip a hearing and choose to surround yourself with with people with those sorts of contacts ties and next breaking news the president revealing tonight why he is changing his mind on hitting russia with new sanctions democratic congressman eric swallow response nex also breaking tonight terrifying new details just emerging about what it was like inside the south west jet when when this happened to the engine outside the window.

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