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"anymo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:43 min | Last month

"anymo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"anymo" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

07:43 min | 2 months ago

"anymo" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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"anymo" Discussed on WNBA Nation

WNBA Nation

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"anymo" Discussed on WNBA Nation

"Good friend anymo- ninety nine here on on twitch even though this game does not impact stats. How do you think it changes the mindset of connecticut kit and also how other teams look at connecticut. So what are your thoughts on that. What does that. what can this do for connecticut. Moving forward in a positive or negative manner and same with the perception of connecticut from teams around the league. It's interesting because if i'm kurt miller i almost feel encouraged by list. Because obviously you wanna win. You always want to win and there was a lot. That's that was at stake for this game. That would have been great for the players. Obviously so you're not trying to lose. But i think kurt miller understands as much as anyone that connect kids at their best when they're being slapped on and this is a. This is a very common thread of the time of the year. Where it's a about the time post. All-star break where the sun tend dipping their momentum. A bit in. They see usually a bit of a rise right before the end of the season like. We're seeing them on schedule. Not this poorly. But and i almost think away expectation wise general. It's that way because their style of play their effectiveness efficiency. I'm not put off by any of that watching this game. And i only say that because this is a team that had no minutes for five weeks once they get their back to their sales. I see them getting back into the to the situation. They were in and jonquil seems very focused and bonner seems very focused. This was a team that put a lot of firepower trying to beat team usa. So i would expect to see this come together a little better for them. The nervousness that. I probably have is if there's one thing that it doesn't matter if you're rusty or you're tired that is hard to overcome. It's a shooting slump. If they can't recover and get back into a rhythm from distance it hurts their chances at a potential run and that's a scary thought for them because we've seen that teams like some point during season. They just kinda lose their mojo from deep a little bit and it just kinda messes up their flow so while them being rusty wasn't the biggest concerns me. Twenty eight percent from three is a bit scary now if they get their legs back under them and it helps the shooting. We'll see but great shooting teams know that rhythm is your biggest friend and is that going to be there. They gonna lose it. That's where i'm most interested. It's out affects them. I had some pretty similar thoughts. I feel like this connecticut team still could do some damage although if you take this game combined with kind of how. They came into the break. I'm i'm a little more some some doubt script into my mind. As far as connecticut. They started off off and did not come into the break looking super dominant and looking like a top three team in the league. I think that chicago and minnesota both look better than connecticut at this point in time. So i feel like maybe some of that mystique that are of like. Oh man like this is this team's legit could have worn off a little bit with how they came into the break in how this game played out. They didn't look great. That being said. I'm not the first person that's ever doubted the connecticut sun and so be seeing. This probably is a guarantee that they're gonna come out on fire and really dominated the second half of the season. Tame is really the big one i mean. They got routed by the liberty to head into the break. That was rough. I think there's been some inconsistency. But yeah i mean it's it's so there's some tough cases they're they i think they have a quick flip in dallas and then their home for a stretch that could really have and they're significantly better homes. They're eight and one off and so their biggest inconsistencies are on the road. I think they feel like they have a chance to get their win against dallas and then their home through basically the end of the month i think they have a game on the thirty first in washington and then they're on the road i wanna say it's five game homestand and i think they've got to be pretty happy and that includes having to like at home series where they play minnesota twice and the sparks twice so it gives them a chance to regroup for some of those matchups because those are all on the they play minnesota vegas and the sparks on their home stands so i three games at home or scary but hopefully they have a regrouping against soda. I feel good about that setup and they play really well in connecticut but if they can if they can survive in win if they can win two of those next four games. I think they're going to be okay because they have the sparks and the mystics in dallas again and then sparks again. They've got a lot more manageable. Stretch of games after these next four coming. Read other by. Oh and just just a clarification. They did beat the liberty on their last game but they did lose to indiana july. No you're right. You're right at the score So they lost to indiana to head into a break and if your team. Yeah i look at it. I wonder too then. I'm actually not. i don't know interesting. Take a road win for against liberty too. So that's better than i thought. I look at that incorrect right..

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"anymo" Discussed on WNBA Nation

WNBA Nation

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"anymo" Discussed on WNBA Nation

"Tell the seattle is going to win. Oh jewell loyd brianna stewart or both going at it for this. Mvp race because stew. We head seventeen. Jim had sixteen. They both had you know a couple of rebounds and three assists apiece and it was going back and forth like oh. Who's gonna who's going to do this. But they both got taken out so early ever had a chance to go to go for. And who's gonna take. Mvp home and so you kinda just went well. I guess we'll default this. You might because she kinda. You might the most win the game mattered. Know well gee also walked out with four steals and three blocks. I think she had offensively but she had a great stat line. But i would've loved to see that that development more between teammates for five grand love to see more of that noble queen's got to be looking at the statue and the number that is widening. Your is the most is. She didn't have to play anybody more than thirty minutes she like. Where do i get some more. This like go to buy more like this. Is the package right here. How do i get magma gore. Twenty one minutes again. Yeah like like the spread is like on money with what she would want to do in a perfect scenario and i think as you look at it that was helpful with with their strings things because more than anything. I came out of this going like. What's the storm go. What are going to look like over the next couple of weeks here. i wanna see they. Do they have a five or six game road road trip coming right out of this like they don't they don't see the state of washington still for some time and some of these people are nearly fresh off the plane from tokyo. I think they'd set on the commentary that sue bird even mentioning like she may take a little time on like she may rest bit. I totally get it like but luckily they were able to conserve. A lot of su only played eighteen minutes tonight which by the way eighteen minutes ten points five assists for goodness sake. Great showing. she's she's already get yourself prime for twenty twenty four. So i'm kidding. That's that's who said she was. No i think there was a lot those tell you about been jonquil came out with the double double just cool and there was a lot in the second quarter between the seams. That was very fun and very interesting and we got to keep in mind. If connecticut gets there too. I f buzzer-beaters up in time. Five point game at the half. It's a different story. Hold the princeton review. They hit two half court shots at the first and second quarter. That were both late in. If the manage to go up time we may be having a very different chat and heideman was hit. The first one right i. If i'm remembering correctly it was significantly lately. it was. It wasn't even a question. Oh no it was. That was that was a. She just flipped it up. She flipped that up out of like. What's over do that three seconds earlier. You know you know what i mean. The other one was definitely late but it definitely was frustrating. Because the hard camp didn't even paying too so you had to wait until the showed her a different replayed actually see it go in but i was like everyone's acting like that went in but definitely it's definitely late but it was one of those those happen to go up in time and they still go in it. We're looking at a potential five point game and we may be having a different shat because connecticut. Obviously they type things up at eleven early on but there were a couple of cases where they were down eleven or twelve and they cut it down to five or six. They were able to find ways to to get themselves competitive begin and it just felt like the legs. Were quite there in the third quarter. Just you know what. Let's and i think one thing that speaks heavily for this is it. Felt like it was getting out of their hands. This game doesn't have any effect or implication on the regular season doesn't affect statistics it doesn't affect standings in any way race is going to change their record by any stretch and there's a party that is kurt miller that might think like i might just try and knock it. Anyone hurt like this is a. I know that my team is very talented. If we wanted to fight to close this out maybe yunos because we have that talent with the last thing i need is for glorified exhibition game to be what ruins the whole season by getting downer or one of the joneses injured. Yeah exactly because we went. We've been five weeks. And if i suddenly pushing junk while the play thirty five minutes. I really put a lot of things. That wrist one. Less thing i'll bring up about this about this game is i really really really really want one of those hats that rules the heads that seattle had it feels like a take on the twenty fifteen twenty sixteen championship at the orange ones. Yeah it's got that feel to. It's a wonderful hat. I'm not fully in love with the white titled t shirt but it's a good design but that plays absolutely. The hat is fantastic. It's very very good. So wonderful restroom. That's pretty well it what we've got. As far as as the commissioner's cup. We could have done a major breakdown if this was a little bit closer or more of a game and it just wasn't but i do. There was a question that came in through our twitch chat a little bit earlier that i think applies well to this and this kind of transition us into the this last portion of our show here. Yes as we're gonna talk kind of the rest of the season looking forward we. We did some midseason awards. We did some midseason grades for each team many to the award so hit those super heavy. But there's a couple of topics that i think would be good to just cover super-quick. The first one is kind of has to do with what you were just talking about. It says even though this game this comes from our good friend anymo- ninety nine here on on twitch even though this game does not impact stats. How do you think it changes the mindset of connecticut kit and also.

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"anymo" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

03:54 min | 5 months ago

"anymo" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

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"anymo" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

08:21 min | 9 months ago

"anymo" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"anymo" Discussed on Faith Health & Home

Faith Health & Home

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"anymo" Discussed on Faith Health & Home

"Professional will get paid applied but they can all learn these critical life skills that will be invaluable when they go into the workplace. My My. The thing that I've seen it has changed the most since we started this work is that there is a growing and understanding. by policymakers by parents? I'm by school administrators and others of the importance of providing access and opportunities to these types of programs. And that's GonNa love that you share your perspective with that. Now on one of things that you did mentioned was that Social Anymo- motion component as well as the physical. What are some of the main social, emotional and physical? That I've seen might be facing students especially those in underserved communities as we enter into a school year where many schools across the nation are opting to go into a online only format because of the pandemic right now. Yeah, a really great question. Schools closure that the result of of covert nineteen are are affecting everyone with children in underserved communities of be hit really hard schools are essential place. A central place children in underserved communities offer many is the primary source of nutrition. With a get. A balanced meals during the courses, the where they h with additional caring adults who lifted him up and and support. Amid great concern and lots of been had been written about The learning loss that's going to be related to children being out of school particularly children under served. Family of mean middle class family. If a hassle, right to you know when your kid to home and you have to do trade help support them in their learning on zoom and everything else. But when you're when you're in a underserved community, low income household where you may not have Wi fi, you may not have is being Internet. You may not have the the the supports around the child that can help them. Bridge the gap during this difficult period, I'm the Ravens, all kinds of of concerns The. Key to avoid. The worst possible outcome is to a really intervene as quickly as we hang with additional support that lift kid up and that that not just. This, what's programming that I'm talking about? It ranges two extra tutoring in other things that will be helpless to children's to get them back on trank But you we have to look at solutions outside of traditional learning environment. To be part of the.

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Hi-Performance Heritage - The 1968 Dodge Scat Pack

Talking Mopars

09:16 min | 1 year ago

Hi-Performance Heritage - The 1968 Dodge Scat Pack

"WELCOME TO TALKING. Mo- parts high-performance heritage man. The world is crazy right now folks. And if you're like me you're probably sick of hearing about the worldwide. Corona virus pandemic. Here's the good news. There will be absolutely no fear. Mongering Kovic nineteen talk here today. I hope you're staying healthy and safe and I'm here to give you a little escape from the chaos by talking Mo- parts with you together. We'll try to get our minds off of all this craziness. Twenty twenty and talk about what I believe to be the greatest year in mopey history nineteen sixty eight. The year that Dodge introduced the scat pack to an entire generation of horsepower junkies and change. The world of MOPE ARE FOREVER. There are just certain aspects of Mope our history that truly made a significant impact and the scat pack of nineteen. Sixty eight is one of those things but before we get started with project carved the week rev up the show with high performance parts get moving with listeners stories and shut down the show with high-performance. Heritage. There are two things you need to know number one Chris at talking Mo- Parts Dot Com. That's my email number two two zero nine. Twenty eight Mo par. That's my voicemail. Your voicemails will be shared on this show so please keep them appropriate. And so will anymo- par stories sent in for listener stories. I'll even share the emails that I think would make fun conversation on the show now that we took care that business. Let's get this show on the road. This week's project car of the week was the nineteen sixty nine. Plymouth road runner posted on the moped. Hunter Page Friday March twentieth at nine. Am here is the at Nineteen Sixty Nine Plymouth. Road runner numbers matching Bucket Seats Center Council. Hearst four-speed three eighty three and ninety six package original rims and build sheet runs dry scraper. Twenty five thousand. Five hundred or best offer not interested in low ballers condition is listed as good an title status listed as clean located in Webster. New York. Here's the thing folks. I like this car. It's numbers matching. It's got you know some desirable options the bucket seats center console. It's a four speed. It's got the end ninety six package and the guy's got to build sheet. He claims that it runs and drives. Great those are all good things and for twenty five thousand you know. I think he may be a little bit high on the price. The color of the car is kind of like a dark Emerald Green which? I don't believe it was a factory color looking in the engine bay. I see that it's kind of like a flat black. So that's one thing that annoys a lot of people for me. It doesn't bother me that much unless it's a fully restored car and they cheered out on the pain on the engine bay and they went black. I don't really like that. But you know a driver quality card no big deal. That can always be changed later on down the road. The car is cool. It's got the factory tack you know. Obviously bucket seats the console. Those are all great options and ninety six. Who who doesn't love the Air Grabber Hood? Come on and it's got that coyote duster air cleaner. The car looks to be in reasonable shape. If you look at the pictures of the guy posted the car does not look like a rob box. So that's a good thing. I think that this car has a really good bones and for twenty five thousand five hundred. I think there's a little bit of room to work there. I would like to see the price around eighteen thousand. So that's seventy five hundred off which is a fat chunk of change. Let's be honest so you know around. Twenty two is probably realistic. Twenty three twenty four. Maybe I don't know but for me. I think it's a great idea to spend low to mid twenties for running and driving car that you can enjoy so this is definitely a car that I think would be a good car to consider if you have that kind of money to throw around in a moped project because running and Driving Project. Cars are amazing. Why because you can enjoy while you're restoring them or modifying them. Whatever the case may be so. I think this is a great example of a you know reasonably priced project car and it is numbers matching which is desirable. And it's got to build sheets so that's cool so you know. It does have a picture of the fender tag here in the fender tag. Looks rotted so. Hopefully you know with the information on the build sheet and the original fender tag may get a re- pop vendor tag made and enjoy the cars restore it. He's got some pictures of the underside. The underside looks pretty clean. Doesn't look like there's any cancer. Even the trump pam looks really good. So I think this is a solid car to start with especially if you don't want to invest ninety thousand dollars on a restoration this has really good bones and it's always a good thing to start with a project that has good bones because then you're not doing a bunch of metalwork on it and you can focus on the things that really matter getting it running and driving tiptop condition. You know this guy says it runs drives great numbers matching. You WANNA preserve that. Engine so Mike for me. If I wasn't going for a Oh e quality restoration and I just wanted to drive the thing. I just drive the thing you know maybe pull the original engine out and put something else in. That's von and maybe just start with restoring the engine you know if what you're looking for is an OEM quality build start with the engine get that restored and then slowly work your way to the point where maybe it's time to tear apart the car and do the paint and body work. That's necessary to get it. In Primo condition. I liked that the seller shared the Haggerty Vehicle Valuation report that says Twenty eight thousand two hundred on in very tiny apprentices average value. He shared that as like a selling point that prices based on opinion desire ability. And all that stuff. He's asking twenty five five haggerty's average values twenty eight to I still think. Lower Twenties would be a great price for this car. But I also wouldn't have a problem paying you know around mid twenties for it just because it is numbers matching. That's Kinda hard to find in today's market for a reasonable price. And you know some people say you know twenty five thousand dollars. That's not a reasonable price. Okay that kind of money. Well then maybe you should look at something a little bit lesser than a sixty nine road runner decent quality roadrunners and any decent quality be body. That's somewhat desirable. 's GonNa Fetch a lot of money in this kind of condition and you know that's another thing what what is a lot of money you know is five thousand dollars a lot of money because I see a lot of cars that probably were ten grand that people are listening for fifteen to twenty and the potential buyers are lookie Loos. What have you will say? Oh that's a thousand dollar car. Well is it. Is it a thousand dollar car? Do you know what I mean. So pricing and the Mo par market right now is kind of iffy. You see a lot of different people that say vehicles are worth a tenth of what they're actually worth and then you see guys that will say you know. I pay that for car. That's clearly not worth the amount that is being asked. So there's a for every seat folks and you know. Some people got fatter wallets than others. My Wallet is Slim Pickens. It's gone on a series diet as of you know and I say Oh yeah. I would buy that if I had the money. I don't have the money so me saying that. It's kind of like saying yeah. I'd I'd buy a charger Daytona with a Hemi. If I had the money you know what I mean so take what I say with a grain of salt but I've seen you know hundreds maybe even thousands of these cars were sales since two thousand fifteen when I really started doing a deep dive into posting all these cars and finding them and seeing the values and you'll hear stories about guys that go and pull you know roadrunners out barnes. You'll see oh. They paid five thousand dollars for it and restored. The car is worth fifty thousand or whatever? I'm just throwing numbers out here. But that's uncommon. That doesn't happen every day. So you can't really base values of cars on prices from back in the eighties and nineties. Okay it's not the eighties and nineties anymore. We need to stop thinking like that. These cars the numbers are dwindling. Every time a car is found in a barn in a field in a old garage. That's one less to be found. The market's really interesting and it really is hard to predict but I will say that they're never gonna be as low as what the eighties and nineties were. I don't care what happens in the economy. This economy could tank six feet in the ground. And you're never gonNA find a charger for five hundred bucks and if you do get on the show. Let's talk about all right because I like hearing those stories too. I have buddies that have paid crazy prices for really cool. Be Bodies and bodies. You know. They're out there. I'm not saying that they're not out there. But the chances of you running into one for that cheap pretty slim and if you do there's a lot of guys that will triple your money right away. You know what I mean. So if you're looking for a quick investment car. Let's say you find this car that I'm talking about here on project car the week and once five grand for it. Well I'm looking at the car and I'm saying you know eighteen grand would be steel. In my opinion you get this car for thousand and you could easily flip it for fifteen. That's a ten thousand dollar come up. That's ten grand right in your pocket. It is what it is. So that's project of the week. Nineteen sixty-nine Plymouth road runner for twenty five five air. Grabber car numbers matching three eighty. Three four speed. What do you want consul? This things got it all. Let's try to get it for less than twenty all right. That's project car of the

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"anymo" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"anymo" Discussed on Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast

"Kinda nice one of the other things that happened along the way here is. They've brought back support on windows for things like out grid view so having access to WPF controls and other things having some of those tie ins through the proxy to Windows is letting them bring back some native windows functionality. That had been chunk. Dow in favor of putting things into power show just to make it explicit and kind of get it out and ready to go so if you're running it today you can go ahead and upgrade if you do upgrade and your running on windows one the things. I ran into when I ran it on. My box is in windows terminal so I've kind of gotten away from just the power shell prompt and I've gotten away from the IFC. And I'm doing everything through windows terminal and kind of windows thermal integrated through vs code and things like that. Your power shall profile is still going to point to the Old Power. Shell core power. Shell six but you can go ahead and update your settings and just pointed to the new e seven directory. And it'll go ahead and blow things up and run just like it always has in all its greatness. Now if only power shell seven would run all the office three sixty five modules on my Mac. I would be happy. So no part of the announcement. Actually they specifically called out a couple of places or things that they're looking at so things like office three sixty and the graph command. Let's were one hundred percent called out his. Hey we're reaching out and working with these teams for office three sixty five. We've talked about this in the past but one of my favorite things to do there is just not even bother sometimes with the office. Three sixty five command. Let's see if I can get by with the office. Three sixty five which is an open source project. That's based on on node and Kinda runs anywhere so like one of the things. I like to do for those couple times that I do have to touch on office three sixty five tenants. I really liked to like. I'm a huge Fan of cloud shell so I've installed the office three sixty five Cli. Which is that open source node project inside of cloud? Shell so a lot of the things that I would potentially need the office. Three Sixty Five Commandments. Do I just do natively inside of cloud show through that project. And that's worked out pretty well. I need to spend more time with the seal. I've been doing power shelf for so long that I I'm stuck in my ways. Once you get it into something cloud shell it starts to click and maybe be a little bit more turnkey so for me when I'm traveling. I'm on my IPAD. Most of the time so I live in things like cloud. Shelve through the AZURE APP. Just so I can have access to bash and power show on MY IPAD. And it's just a nice turnkey thing. I can go to the APP. Five cloud show. I've got my keyboard attached to type out whatever I need to do. And it's all sat. There was something say completely lost it. Oh somebody I didn't notice this before you copy me with your paint G G G G Ghost said he thinks we're streaming from the same house because we have the exact same wallpaper we are not streaming from the house. We live about forty minutes apart. Watch I'M GONNA stick my hand. Which hand does this hand over into? Scott's screen didn't work and just got chopped off yes we are. We are in the same city but we are probably thirty or forty minutes. Part apparently just like the same watercolor. Yeah mine came this way. So I'm Lacey. Oh I painted this way and I did not live in your house before I lived in this house either so we should probably wrap this up. We're supposed to be done like four minutes. Does this mean we have to pick a winner? Yes mark said that you have to hop few in our document do unto pick. What do you have any votes in any of those? I don't you said you were going to talking. So I haven't paid any attention to okay you're highlighting some. I was going back and looking at the questions. Like there's a question from Greg did I miss power sell six? No you didn't miss it. That was just power shell core. It was kind of in the middle. Just kind of sat somewhere in there Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Anymo- put it in the randomize. Her Greg we could put it the randomized. Although Greg told me not to pick he said pick the other. Greg's I could just say Greg and then mark would have to pick between one of the Plethora of Greg's that are in here. Yeah let's go with Brian. Someone said Brian that keeps tracking back to bench shirt appearing backwards. Because you're the one that got me to mess up our livestream to actually go switch and try to fix that. Yeah so we will give Brian the award for the comment. That got us the most distracted enough to mess up our livestream there. You Go congrats Brian. You are a winner Brian. Hayes Mark Miracle Get in touch with you. Mercury give you that conference pat or the all access pass to global too CONTO. Which is we have the day Taylor. He sent him to me this morning. June June June June June. It's right after my birthday June. Fifteenth through seven teen. Maybe something like that Jim. Fifteen through eighteen dearness June fifteenth nineteen. I'll get into other. You Go and put it in there. So yes June. Fifteenth Nineteen Global. Cantu we'll be doing a cage match or two so if you're interested in being debate panel and your friendly and are going to start fighting let us know let mark know and we will get you in and one of those cage matches and they will do another podcast. Who knows it will be a good time no matter what we do so. I think that'll about wrapping up so we can cut this off before the time we're supposed to end and if you want to listen to more go subscribe. Put it in the podcast comments. If you're listening to this after the fact you missed out on a great global on one. Maybe we'll be around and global CANTU and all the comments about the dates. Hey DEB JUNE. Thirteen is my birthday. You should get an award just for including my birthday in the conference. If you're listening to this after the fact this was streamed live and global one will do to getting global CANTU. It'll be on youtube too. So if you WANNA go look at it. Watch the video again but other than that. Thanks a lot everybody for coming. Hope you all enjoyed it and let us know if you have any other questions or topics you want us to cover on a future episode. And we'll wrap it up with that out of more. I was GonNa say if anybody does. You can go to the website. There's a contact form. Let us know questions. Do this podcast every week. As Ben mentioned we try and keep it under a half hour episode so Nice Quick Easy in and out and hopefully consumable but if you have any particularly want to hear about let us know or you can always contact us on twitter as well so we're just at.

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"anymo" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

18:06 min | 2 years ago

"anymo" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"You help us get to a to go, then we won't have to stop professor Trump's key anymo- when we have him again. I don't know what to say is like he's disappeared from the, the earth here. But we've only had four pledges called in, and we need a lot necklace. I put it on Facebook in several places, and at least one hundred people like the all around. So folks, it's timely in you from calling in. Yeah, I'm to support the stuff that you. Okay. All five books of gone at this point. So obviously, we haven't received all of the pledges yet, but the app, sadly, you cannot get the book anymore. However, you can still play pay. I think fifty dollars and get a fifty Onate so you can choose something that is worth up to one hundred dollars. This one is from Randy lighter in Baraboo, thank you. Very my Ray. Randy and brandy got the book so we've had Waterloo Melville. Yeah. And baraboo. Yeah. And for all I know as of this point we. About a quarter of the way to go, which is nice not enough. Yeah. So Rechelle is trying to figure out what's going on with, with professor Trump's gay and linking back up to to ask to talk with. Well, it's wonderful tease willing to take the time to call. It is in. Yes, yes, it's very helpful and I think he's been to Madison in the past. He has been to Madison that was when I met him, personally, and that was before I had him on the show, but we met, and we talked for a long time, and since then whenever I asked him to be on my show. He said, yes. And so as I said, this is the thirteenth stymied, and I think that's I that's a great honor. It is for me. Yeah, absolutely. And so we need people to show the appreciation and support full, the show, full professor non Trump's ski coming online and talking with us. Full the station excelling. Yes. The station needs support. We do need support. There's always something. Okay. And we professor Trump's keep back. So since several of you called, we are going to continue the conversation. But we need you to continue calling on pledge in. We are only a quarter of the way to go. And I believe we still have some of the challenge and professor nam Chomsky. Thanks coming back with us really appreciate having you. So as you will talk. I was thinking one of these red meat topic so themes that Trump throws to his folks is of goes to the issue of immigration. And you know, that is one of these things that makes me cry fairly regularly. You know that what we hear about family solutions with L still going on, and little children walking on the on trying to get to the United States and little children waiting in van for thirty nine hours to see the, the parents talk about that whole issue of immigration. And I think it's not the first time that terrible policies have been enacted against desperate, people, I'm thinking back to World War, Two and Jews not being allowed into the United States. Let's so tell a stellar seal thoughts about that place. Well, the, the United States had essentially open aggression policies through the nineteenth century, it was trying to attract immigrants. But remember the immigrants were overwhelmingly white people from Europe. So white Europeans were. Not only were welcomed in the United States to populate the country that was being stolen from its the indigenous nations that lived here, who were being decimated driven out and the big country. Populated by the late nineteenth century already exclusion laws to prevent the wrong kind of people coming or Antle. Exclusion, so. But the big change was in the early twentieth century, the, the kind of the first World War, when my father mother were able to escape eastern Ukraine. The. A lot of the immigrants were talian Jewish. The this is. There's a deep strain of. Basically racist white supremacy in the country. Many congress much population didn't want these elements polluting, jurist -ociety, or Anglo Saxon, society. So the laws were passed were extreme in nineteen twenty four so called national origins. Designed to centrally to keep out. Talion Jews mainly, so then European poor. So then you're coming from Sicily to coming from eastern Europe that state unaffected until the nineteen sixties. And as you say the one impact that was that. Many huge to millions. Crematory of the. The we're now seeing kind of revival of this of the. Not only states in Europe too. Much of the. Important to remember that. The new liberal or sorority policies of last generation, basically, since Reagan insider. Sharply concentrated will to the point where zero point one percent of the population in the United States have about twenty percent of the will, which is shocking. And it's meant stuck nature or decline for the majority of the population about half the population literally negative net worth exceeding passage. And this is a long period in which a great deal of population, the working population, that's been severely harm, but these policies deregulation catering to the financial institutions. Pouring money into the spend the very harmful period for great part of the population. So there's a lot of anger resentment. The centrist political parties are collapsing almost everywhere, in Europe, the United States, and its territory, which cynical demagogues can come along and try to convince people, it's not the financial institutions on the political leaders in the corporate sector, who are ruining your lives. It's immigrants who are stealing your jobs, that's total nonsense, but it's easy to inflame people over scapegoats. So let's prevent these immigrants from stealing our jobs. Meanwhile, Trump's policies are in fact, increasing. Flow of immigrants. Very important to realize that the one of his main policies, it's the cutback aid, an assistance to the development, assistance security assistance to the countries from which immigrants fleeing, fleeing terror violence destruction of the countries for, which we have a large share their sponsor -bility don't wanna come to the United States. They're fleeing impossible conditions. So the Trump administration's reaction is, let's make conditions worse much worse and then they'll be a bigger flow of immigrants will then blame. Exa co waiver phys. We'll try to convince people that we're protecting them from his words, their technique jobs. It's much like the trying to steal our jobs story. If you don't stop to think for a minute. You can get enraged inflamed about this, and so far, it's working pretty well, it does appeal to the same strain of white supremacy, you sort of. Say Anglo-Saxon history that was concocted lay behind the nineteen twenty four nights. Kathy, you have two people to sign what we have quite a few people. I think I, I think we, we everybody. But the data to. Okay, so willy. Thank you very much. He's second advantage of the book. And he likes ST show and Ellen and counter spin back in the day. And he said he got the last book. Yeah, congratulations willy, and George. Thank you very much. He's from Belleville, and we did thank him already India advantage of the book, and CLYDE Mortenson. We signed him those. Thank Sarah, Sarah, Sarah, Madison. And she wanted the book and she likes public affairs pan Africa and all of all of the show, and I have David thank you very much. David pledged online. Generously. We inching towards half ago, we have just about a quarter of the show still ahead of us, we need to make seven hundred dollars in the next fifteen minutes or so folks, I'm going to continue talking on Trump's absolutely, yes. Please remind like so eight to five six two thousand one and you can pledge online at W R, T, F, M dot ORG again. I think we still have some of the challenge grant left. I may be wrong. But where's trying if you pay fifty you will get fifty foam, these generous anonymous donor, we donate seven hundred dollars folks, I'm going to continue talking with professor, Trump's key. I trust you to get the money for us. So, so numb Trump's gay, really related to several of the things that you already talked about when, in one of the prices will announce they'll be talking with you. Some volunteer to the Station Road cryptically play the horses. When I asked him what that man, he sent me the link of a song that is called play the horses. Now, I'm Chomsky. I don't know if you know about it, but I was listening to that and immediately it was followed by Jerusalem of gold sung by three counters. And I thought how. How ironic because is lamb of gold was the hayme of the nineteen sixty seven war, and has become pretty much the hayme of Israeli super yhorities I would say an, an Israeli notion that Israel deserves to own Palestinian lands. And also, it's, it's funny because the goal, of course in the song is actually the top of the Alexa mosque in Jerusalem. So. I know that Palestine has been on your mind, too certainly been on my mind, the terrors that omitted on Gaza and, and so on. Let's see. Let's hear your thoughts about what's going on our days in Israel, and, and in Palestinian territories, we certainly don't have a Palestinian state yet. Well, it's a pretty dark moment for the Palestinians, Israel has moved very far to the right in recent years. By now, the sort of anything remotely, like he's is almost invisible. Yeah. Actually for years. Israel's since shortly after nineteen sixty seven Israel has been following fairly systematic policy. It's a little depending on, which grouping is in power, but it's. Pretty much the same lines including. Shame on Perez, and in the policy, which was it's been given various names in the early years. It was called the alone plan. Some other name. But the basic structure is pretty clear Israel intends to take over what's called Jerusalem. First of all, Jerusalem itself is no about probably five times as large as anything that was historic Jerusalem includes all sorts of Palestinian villages, in the surrounding area that were demolished, the rice slated for Jewish settlement. Extends fairly deeply into the West Bank. That's true, slim, so Israel takes President Trump has just broken with the international law. The international consensus and long standing US policy by handing over expand the greater Jerusalem, Israel serious blow to any hope for peace any concern for international law, and of course, Indians to the east of Jerusalem, Israel has been building. What I was a small town is no substantial city. There was done mostly during the Clinton years. With US sport, of course, for the connection of the basically, like, okay, it's the. Habitable parts of the West Bank. Go further north. Town of Oriole was still too deep into the West Bank. Sure, sure. Of course, only Jewish settlement the connection to that pretty much by for the what's remaining. There's more settlements Israel's. But in slowly taking over the Jordan valley about a third of the territory, driving out the native population various devices like setting up a military zone. So everyone has to leave while the. After leave. Then you put in an awful power military grouping. There's two settlement there. That kind of technique. What we see is a system in which Israel's taking over parts of the West Bank that are valuable to it. Areas around that are mainly kind of affluent suburbs of, of even Jerusalem connected with big infrastructure projects. Droz and so on for only for Israel is. Visitors. No palestinians. Palestinians, Palestinian, population concentrations, are being excluded so Israel doesn't wanna take over, for example, that creates what's called a demographic problem to too many non Jews and what we would like to call democratic Jewish state, so they're taking over areas probably maybe sixty percent of the.

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"anymo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"anymo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A. Y. L. U. CI. Oh, johnny. How you doing? I could've spelled correctly. It's your name. I a raylucia we should have given you a stage name to begin with easy, because the Lucia and they put the H in there and this was, of course before before internet. You didn't have to spell anything you just had to out, correct? Never occurred to us to do. They got some emails, coming in, by the way, I speaking of emails and had one on health savings accounts, I want to get to we had one on looks like borrowing against your home or something. We've talked about before, and then it looks like one if I can decipher it about five twenty nine plan or retirement funding. So yeah, there's a whole lot of stuff going on. The research Bill. You're talking about. Yeah. The Senate may allow you to deduct financial planning fees, which I think, is a really, really good deal, as you probably know you're not allowed to deduct them. Anymo- used to be able to use that two percent of your adjusted gross income deduction, that, that went away that killed by the tax Bill miscellaneous itemized deduction thing. Yeah. And so the only way that you can actually do it is have it withdrawn die. Recklessly from your IRA, which is a back door way to get the deduction. But not everybody can actually do that. So this would be a very, very good thing for financial planners, and for individuals that pay for financial planning, and everybody should because, as I've mentioned, and we wrote in my little e book. Your good best practices. Financial advisor can add about three percent per year, net of his or her fees to your bottom line if they are good. Yeah. If they're no good, then you shouldn't use them at all. Well, and that's why you that's why you read that that that e book. Yeah, this is could be it was part of the research retirement. What was it against retirement enhancement, and security act? Well, they said retirement security in savings act. I think the r e was retirement. I don't know. The it was. R. E S A. Yeah. That is what our essay is one section one thirteen of the retirement security in savings act. Okay. Different. That's different. It is recess. I don't know. Whether it will be included, because obviously, you got a house version, which passed overwhelmingly in the Senate will pass something. Will this be included in there? I don't know. But it's it's an interesting. It's an interesting thought, and it's Congress working who, who would have thought that that's right. And so we've got a lot on the docket today. But I start today with this and old study that since I've been doing so much work in the past here. I wanted to go back to the archives, and quote from an old study cheating, sustainable retirement withdrawals, a combined, equity and annuity approach. I probably we probably get more emails on this annuity versus equity, because it's so contra to what is being pitched in the financial planning community by and large? I know the insurance community pitches it pretty heavily. With a vested interest, obviously. Yeah. But in the financial planning arena, where it's all about assets under management, something, you can charge a fee on year after year after year. You obviously can't do that. When someone buys and annuity, usually the you can't do that. Because an annuity might make a couple of percentage points one time and you're done right. Yeah. It's, it's, it's usually a one and done kind of thing annuity versus equity. What did you was it? I will read it again, achieving sustainable retirement withdrawal, something near and dear to your caught us on a combined equity and annuity approach. I will read from the executive summary, and the conclusion so that you don't have to sit back folks. Relax,.

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"anymo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"anymo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A. Y. L. U. UCI. Oh Johnny how you doing? Correctly. It's your name. I a raylucia we should have given you a stage name to begin with so easy, and Lucia. They put the H in there and this was, of course before before internet. You don't have to spell anything you just tend to announce a correct never occurred to us to do. They got some emails, coming in by the way, speaking of emails and had one on health savings accounts. I want to get to we had one on looks like borrowing against your home. Oh something. We've talked about before. And then it looks like one if I can decipher it about five twenty nine plan or retirement funding. So yeah, there's a whole lot of stuff going on. The, the research Bill you're talking about. Yeah. The Senate may allow you to deduct financial planning fees, which I think, is a really, really good deal, as you probably know you're not allowed to deduct them. Anymo- used to be able to use that two percent of your adjusted gross income deduction, that, that went away, isn't that killed by the tax Bill miscellaneous itemized deduction thing. Yeah. And so the only way that you can actually do it has. Have it withdrawn die recklessly from your IRA, which is a back door way to get the deduction. But not everybody can actually do that. So this would be very, very good thing for financial planners, and for individuals that pay for financial planning, and everybody should because, as I've mentioned, and we wrote in my little e book, you're good, best practices financial advisor can add about three percent per year. Net of his or her fees to your bottom line if they are good. Yeah. If they're no good, then you shouldn't use them at all. Well, and that's why you that's why you read that, that, that e book, yeah, this could be the it was part of the research retirement. What was it against the retirement enhancement, and security act? Well, they said retirement security in savings act. I think the r e was retirement. I don't. The re it was. R. E. S A. Yeah. That is what our essay is one section one thirteen of the retirement security in savings act. Oh, okay, whatever different, that's different. It is. I don't know whether it'll be included, because obviously, you've got a house version, which passed overwhelmingly in the Senate will pass something. Will this be included in there? I don't know. But it's it's an interesting. It's an interesting thought, and it's Congress working who, who would have thought that that's right. And so we've got a lot on the docket today. But I start today with this, an old study that since I've been doing so much work in the past here. I wanted to go back to the archives, and quote from an old study cheating, sustainable retirement withdrawals, a combined, equity and annuity approach. I probably we probably get more emails. On this annuity versus equity, because it's so contra to what is being pitched in the financial planning community by and large? I know the insurance community pitches it pretty heavily, you know with the vested interest, obviously. Yeah. But in the financial planning arena, where it's all about assets under management, something, you can charge a fee on year after year after year. You obviously can't do that. When someone buys and annuity, usually the you can't do that. Because an annuity might make a couple of percentage points one time and you're done right. Yeah. It's, it's, it's usually a one and done kind of thing annuity versus equity. What, what? What did you was it? I will read it again, achieving sustainable retirement withdrawal, something near and dear to your bo-. Yeah. Caught us on a combined equity and annuity approach. I will read from the executive summary, and the conclusion so that you don't have. To sit back folks. Relax,.

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"anymo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"anymo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A. Y. L. U C. I A. Oh Johnny how you doing? Correctly. It's your name. Raylucia we should have given you a stage name to begin with easy the Lucia and they put the H in there. And this was, of course before before internet. You didn't have to spell anything you just outside. Correct. Never occurred to us to do. They got some emails, coming in by the way, speaking of emails and had one on health savings accounts. I wanted to get to we had one on looks like borrowing against your home something we've talked about before. And then it looks like one if I can decipher it about five twenty nine plan or retirement funding. Yeah. There's a whole lot of stuff going on the research, Bill. You're talking about. Yeah. The Senate may allow you to deduct a financial planning fees, which I think, is a really, really good deal, as you probably know you're not allowed to deduct them. Anymo- used to be able to use that two percent of your adjusted gross income deduction, that went away that killed by the tax Bill miscellaneous itemized deduction thing. And so the only way that you can actually do it is have it withdrawn die. Recklessly from your IRA, which is a back door way you get the deduction, but not everybody can actually do that. So this would be a very, very good thing for financial planners, and for individuals that pay for financial planning and everybody's should because, as I've mentioned, and we wrote in my little e book. Your good best practices. Financial advisor can add about three percent per year. Net of his or her fees to your bottom line if they are good. Yeah. If they're no good, then you shouldn't use them at all. Well, and that's why you that's why you read that, that, that e book, yeah, this, this could be. It was part of the reason, retirements, what was it against the retirement enhancement, and security act. Well, they said retirement security in savings act. I think the r e was retirement. I don't know. The re it was. R. E S A. Yeah, that is, what is our SAS one, section one thirteen of the retirement security, and savings act. Okay. Different. That's different. It is. I, I don't know whether it'll be included, because obviously, you got a house version, which passed overwhelmingly in the Senate will pass something as will this be included in there. I don't know. But it's it's an interesting. It's an interesting thought, and it's Congress working, who would have thought that that's right. And so we've got a lot on the docket today. But I start today with this, an old study that since I've been doing so much work in the past here. I wanted to go back to the archives, and quote from an old study cheating, sustainable retirement withdrawals, a combined, equity and annuity approach. I probably we probably get more emails on this annuity versus equity, because it's so contra to what is being pitched in the financial planning community by and large? I know the insurance community pitches it pretty heavily. With a vested interest, obviously. Yeah. But in the financial planning arena, where it's all about assets under management, something, you can charge a fee on year after year after year. You obviously can't do that. When someone buys and annuity, usually the you can't do that. Because an annuity might make a couple of percentage points one time and you're done right. Yeah. It's, it's, it's usually a one and done kind of thing annuity versus equity. What did you was it? I will read it again, achieving sustainable retirement withdrawal, something near and dear to your bo-. Yeah. Caught us on a combined equity and annuity approach. I will read from the executive summary, and the conclusion so that you don't have to sit back folks. Relax..

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"anymo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

15:39 min | 2 years ago

"anymo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The professional clairvoyant, Dr Lauren ceelo, and Dr Seattle's website is golden rose psychic dot com. Lauren when you were back with me in two thousand twelve you're she today, you're a he spent my producers sent me your bio today, and it had all the stuff from two thousand twelve that. She did this. She did that. And I went Ono, I gotta change all this once in a while. But wanted people to know that when I did that little she he thing before the break. That's what you've done. Confusing. But I think it's always been confusing before I looked like like a man, but I founded like a woman I have transitioned. Although now, I still my voice still sounds specially when I'm working, my my voice inflection. But if you were to meet me on the racket ball court. Idea that I was born female. Golden rose, you'll probably get a taste of female miss there. At what age did you start sensing? You know, what I am going to go this direction at that's that's what I want. What how old were you? Of course, the big fights were at the beginning of school when I had to go buy clothing. I mean me and my dad just crazy couldn't understand why I wouldn't put on a skirt. Words for George because you know, was born in nineteen sixty one. So I just remember telling my dad that I would feel is ridiculous in that dress as you would dad. That's the only words I had. And so I went, you know, an even until just recently I said I started to transition three years ago. And that was when I felt comfortable with. No, maybe the science of it. You know, like before just wasn't sure, you know, I've always been in between. And I think that's probably what I am. Now. The young kids seemed to know more about this than than an older person. Like me, they seem to be much more fluid or whatever. But I think I think I'm probably both versus neither. Well, what's interesting is you've done a couple beyond belief television shows with me and the first one we did you were Lauren Seattle. She and the second. One you Lawrence yellow, he, and I just think of you as Lawrence yellow, I everybody says, I'm just Lauren, right? So and this is what I say, especially to my clients. And I noticed this before it seems like if you need your healer to be male you'll you'll use mail Pronin. Now, if you need your healer to be female, he'll address me as she. And I'm fine with either one well, I find you to be a lovable human being in. That's all that counts. Let's take some calls here. Let's go to Monica in Reese, Oregon, welcome to the program. Hi, monica. Good to have you with us. So let's go with start with a question. And then we'll figure out how to do a little reading for you. Okay. Basically I question. I guess I'm just my question is. Okay. I lost my mom back in two thousand one due to breast cancer at age fifty five. Yeah. It was hard. And then here twenty seventeen I just lost my dad's on dementia. So I'm really at a harsh state agreed in a real hard steam time. So that's why not here right now. Monica Zinke so much for giving me the opportunity to peak. It you and I'm so sorry for your loss. But you do want to reassure you that where your parents are. And I have peaked at this is just a general statement that you know, when we pass it really is like graduation, it's like going home. So they celebrate on that side, of course. And we were left here to you know, to grieve their loss. But it's interesting that you said that your father passed recently because he's already considering incur Nateing. I know isn't that weird and. So I saw that right away. When you call, you know, I say when you call your father in when you when you mentioned his name, I instantly started reading him and his he's I'm looking at us straight ahead. He is over to your right side, but his shoulders turned and he's not looking at you. And he's getting ready to walk in that direction kind of away from you. Earn his right there. Him and my mom's earned on my dresser earners right at the general direction. You stated. Yeah. Well, I think I knew that he was already considering reincarnating. And then you said that he had dementia, and I think that might be one of the reasons why he's kind of so far along in this game. Because when somebody has dementia. They're not in their body anymo-. It wasn't even him. We. Yeah. We taking care of them. And it was that was just that was that's a another can of worms. It wasn't him. So he's already had had pretty much gone home and spending most of his time on the Astra while his body was still here on earth. And he was just doing that whole process, you know, revealing this life reviewing this life in context was other lives and he's getting ready. Now, your mother is another case your mother is standing right behind you. And she gosh, I think the best way to. To convey what she looks like she looks like a starburst. That's that's. So very close. And I don't think mom's gonna leave you until you leave the planet. Moms are that way. Yeah. I have I have her earn as well. Yeah. Cool do send on Kia needed calling on. If you have any reason to call him anything, and he'll he'll come in help, your heart. He'll and maybe even help with that connection with your mom because he is so close. Thanks. You're very very welcome. When you said that her father was thinking of incarnation again is is their choice. Oh, yes. Absolutely. Yeah. And some of us are prolific in Carnegie. And then there's other reluctant in Karnataka. How many times can one reincarnate over and over and over there's a limit. It's incident. I always thought warned that reincarnation was a process of reaching perfection or that heavenly state, and so you would reincarnate until you got to that level. Or that point is that pretty close. I don't I after, you know, poking around as much as I've been doing for the last thirteen years, I kind of noticed that things aren't really a life and death situation. You know, like the way we go my God. If I make one decision it's going to impact my whole incarnation. I don't really ever see that to be true. So when you know when people are when higher selves are incarnation. They just wanna have adventures it's not so much about lessons or achievement. It's just having experiences that we can't have on the astral because we don't have a body. And when you lash yourself to a homo sapiens, homo seeping is a sensory organism with its five. Senses. It six or seven shockers the layers of its aura, and it's emotional body. You can't internee on anything else on this world that you're going to get the the thrill you get from a homeless eighth. Fiene? Let's go next to Steve truck driving in California west of the Rockies. Hi, Stephen, go ahead. Whether steve. No he has fallen off. But we will go to next Charleston elegant, Texas. Hey, Charles, go ahead. Yeah. Hey. How do we how do we I got two questions? Actually course, the one you always do journals. This one the because you said we could have to. Yes, you can. That's right. But how how would we tend this in? How do we transition to a more a male or a female Astle body? And how not I'm not that might that sort of make inter gender or intersectoral relations in the in the physical body. I guess more more interesting. And then the other question will be for me. But. Excellent. Right. So let's talk about the astral body the astral body looks just like your physical body if it's healthy. And so I have worked with I don't know what you call them people that are, you know, thinking they're going to transition or aren't sure what gender they are. And so one of the things that I'll have on Kiai do is pull out the astral body and start to shift it to what this person thinks they want. So if it's a male body Kia, and they think they wanna female buddy, Kia will go over there and attempt to shift the Astro body into a more, you know, form that that suits. And then when the Astro buddy superimposes back into the physical body if you were to do that enough. The physical body will start to shift and change to whatever the and the astral bodies like clay. I mean, it's it's a light body. So I do think it's possible to shift your physical appearance. By shifting your astral body. But the now this is the only time in an earth history where they can do it with surgery and hormones, so that's true. Right. So this is I think one of the most interesting times like George said in one lifetime, I got to be a female, and then I got to be a male, and I actually went through all of the female miss. I went all the way through menopause. What I decided to transition. I think I wanted to have as much of it as I could you transitioned kind late not that you're old, but I mean mail you're female for a number of years before you switched. Yes. Fifty four years. What took you so long to switch. I think this is really interesting because at first I thought this I thought that the reason that I couldn't really be feminine was because I was raised in a patriarchal society. And I was taught that men are better than women. So I struggled with that to my twenties and thirties and forties. And then I hit on this teaching. And so with this teaching dozen all the energy work that I was doing it. Just naturally you start to release information from your field that isn't really yours that you've been programmed with. So the more I kept doing that the more I decided to transition. So it was kind of an organic thing. Really? And one other thing I want to say about that talking about seen signs people. You know? So I finally told my guys. Okay. I think I'm going to transition and I wanna sign I turned on the radio. I was listening to you have a way with words on NPR. And there was a woman caller. In San Diego. I live in San Diego who said that her daughter was transitioning to mail, and she was wondering about alternate pronoun. There you go. And I was like oh my God. They're pinto. Be any other clear sign I made an appointment. The next day. Let's go back for Charles second question. Go ahead. Charles. So so now the question is what the heck now that my what's happened with my dad Bill. What what the heck do I do? Now. I don't even know, you know, why I'm still here. I'm actually kind of Ord, but at the same time thinking, well, there's something else on supposed to do. Yeah. Bill passed on or. Yeah. Yeah. You know, something that you hit it right on the head boredom. Now, homo sapiens are extremely advanced. And that's where I was brother at forty four. When I started to take my train. I'm fifty seven now, I was so bored with life. I had been a successful athlete. I've been a successful engineer. I seen what I thought was a lot of the world eaten all the food. Right. That I could taste. And so it wasn't until I learned to read energy that it opened up a whole other world, literally the astral plane. So now, I am so much more invested in my life. So I think the answer to that for you. My friend is spiritually seek just switch over. I know you are already wouldn't be listening to George switch over to to these topics and you'll just be so much more stimulated than the boring old earth plane. There you go good luck. Charles Diana's with us in New York. Hey, diana. Go ahead. Hi, how's everybody doing everybody's fine? I hope you are too. Well, I've just going through cancer treatments and my husband passed away on me. Oh. I had a bad such bad luck. That's what I wanna know. I mean, our that were these treatments going for you, by the way. Wonderful. I it was four and now it's right down to one millimeter. And they're pretty sure they're going to be able to get away. Isn't it? I told the doctor I was going to vet that. And he said you are acting. Congratulations. My friend on tackling ACA, lean your disease. Now when I ask you how yourself white it decided to have cancer. It's really it's about your is about your emotional space or emotional body. Maybe and I hate to say it. But sometimes we have to be pushed down like a bully in the ocean, right push down to pump up into breach the surface. So I'm gonna ask my Healy Mestre on to to work on your emotional body in your about to have that that dream out of the water that you've been swimming in because you're going to heal this. So you know, I hate to say it. But the reason you got sick is. So you could heal it. And I also think this that just like my transition from female to male it couldn't have been done except now with the technology that we have. That's why you picked.

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"anymo" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

13:06 min | 2 years ago

"anymo" Discussed on KTRH

"Professional clairvoyant, Dr Lawrence yellow, and Dr Seattle's website is golden rose psychic dot com. Lauren when you back with me in two thousand twelve you're she today, you're he spent my producers sent me your bio today in it had all the stuff from two thousand twelve that. She did this. She did that. And I went Ono, I gotta change all this once in a while. But I wanted people to know that when I did that little she he thing right before the break. That's what you've done. It is rather confusing. But I think it's always been confusing. Before I looked like like a man, but I like a woman I have transitioned. Although now, I still my voice still sounds fishy. When I'm working, my my voice inflection. But if you were to meet me on the racket ball court. Have no idea that was born female. A golden rose, you'll probably get taste of female miss there. At what age did you start sensing? You know, what I am going to go this direction at that's that's what I want. What how old were you? Neil like, the, of course, the big fights were at the beginning of school when I had to go buy clothing me. My dad just fought. Like crazy couldn't understand why I wouldn't put on a skirt. Words for George because you know. Yeah. I was born in nineteen sixty one. So I just remembered telling my dad that I would feel is ridiculous in that dress as you would dad. That's the only words I had. And so I went, you know, an even until just recently I started to transition three years ago. And that was when I felt comfortable with. No, maybe the science of it. You know, like before just wasn't sure, you know, always been in between. And I think that's probably what I am. Now. The young kids seem to know more about this than than an older person. Like me, they seem to be much more fluid or whatever. But I think I think I'm probably both versus neither. Well, what's interesting is you've done a couple beyond belief television shows with me and the first one we did you were Lauren Seattle. Oh, she and the second one you Lawrence yellow, he, and I just think of you. As Lawrence yellow. I everybody says I'm just Lauren, right? So and this is what I say to my client. And I noticed this before it seems like if you need your sealer to be male, you'll you'll use nouns if you need your healer to be female addressed me as she and I'm fine with either one well, and I find you to be a lovable human being in. That's all that comes. Let's take some calls here. Let's go to Monica in Reese, Oregon, welcome to the program. Hi, monica. Good to have you with us. Thank you. So let's go with start with a question. And then we'll figure out how to do a little reading for you. Okay. Basically my question. I guess I'm just my question is. Okay. I lost my mom back in two thousand one due to breast cancer at age fifty five. Yeah. It was hard. And then here twenty seventeen I just lost my dad's on dementia. So I'm really at a harsh degrading, and it's a real inherited steam time. So that's why I'm not here right now. Oh monica's. Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to peak at union so sorry for your loss. But it you want to reassure you that where your parents are. And I have peaked at them. This is just a general statement that you know, win we pass it really is like graduation. It's like going home. So they celebrate on that site, of course, and we were left here to you know, to grieve their loss. But it's interesting that you said that your father passed recently because he's already considering incarnating. I know isn't that weird and. So I saw that right away. When you call, you know, I say when you call your father in when you when you mentioned his name, I instantly started reading him and his he's I'm looking at us straight ahead. He is over to your right side. But his shoulders are turned and he's not looking at you. He's getting ready to walk in that direction kind of away from you. Earn his right there. Him and my mom's earns on my dresser. And his earn is right at the general direction. You stated. Yeah. Well, I think I knew that he was already considering reincarnating. And then you said that he had dementia, and I think that might be one of the reasons why he's kind of so far along in this game. Because when somebody has dementia. They're not in their body anymo-. It wasn't even him. We. Yeah. We taking care of them. And it was that was just that was that's a another can of worms in it. It wasn't him. So he's already had had pretty much gone home in spending most of his time on the Astra while his body was still here on earth. And he was just doing that whole process, you know, revealing this life reviewing this life in context was other lives and he's getting ready. Now, your mother is another case your mother is the ending right behind you. And she. I think the best way to to to convey what she looks like she looks like a starburst that fast. So this seems very close. I don't think mom's gonna leave you until you leave the planet. Moms are that way. Yes. Yeah. I have her earn as well. Yeah. That's cool. Send on KFI eating calling on. If you have any reason to call him anything, and he'll he'll come in help, your heart. He'll and maybe even help with that connection with your mom because he is so close. Thanks. You're very very welcome. When you said that her father was thinking of incarnation again is is their choice. Oh, yes. Absolutely. Yeah. And some of us are prolific in Karnataka. And then there's other reluctant in Karnataka. Yeah. How many times can one reincarnate over and over and over there's a limit. It's infinite always thought mourn that reincarnation was a process of reaching perfection or that heavenly state, and so you would reincarnate until you got to that level. Or that point is that pretty close. After you know, poking around as much as I've been doing for the last thirteen years, I kind of noticed that things aren't really a life and death situation. You know, like the way we think if I make one decision it's going to impact my whole incarnation. I don't really ever see that to be true. So when you know when people are when higher selves are incarnating, the just wanna have adventures is not so much about lessons or achievement. It's just having experiences that we can't have on the astral because we don't have a body and win you lash yourself to a homo sapiens. Homo seeping is a sensory organism with its side. Sinces? It's six or seven shock is the layers of its aura end it's emotional body. You can't imprinting on anything else on this world that you're going to get the the thrill you'd get from a homeless eighth. Vian. Let's go next to Steve truck driving and California west of the Rockies. Hi, Stephen, go ahead. Whether steve. No he has fallen off. But we will go to next Charleston Elkin, Texas. Hey, Charles, go ahead. Hey, how do we my question is how do we I got two questions? Actually course one. You always do Charles. This one because you said we could have to you can that's right. But how how would we transition? How do we transition to a more a male or female Astle body and? That might that sort of make inter gender sexual relations in the in the physical by gets more more interesting. And then the other question will be for me. But. Excellent. All right. So let's talk about the astral body the astral body looks just like your physical body if it's healthy. And so I have worked with I don't know what you'd call them people that are, you know, thinking they're going to transition or aren't sure what gender they are. And so one of the things that I'll have on Kiai do is pull out the astral body and start to shift it to what this person thinks they want. So if it's a male body Kia, and they think they wanna female buddy, Kia will go over there and attempt to shift the Astro body into a more, you know, form that that suits. And then when the Astro body superimposes back into the physical body if you were to do that enough. The physical body will start to shift and change to whatever the and the astral bodies like clay. I mean, it's it's a light body. So I do think it's poss-. To shift your physical appearance by shifting your astral body. But the now this is the only time in an earth history where they can do it with surgery and hormones, so that's true. Right. So this is I think one of the most interesting times like George said in one lifetime, I got to be a female, and then I got to be a male, and I actually with all of the female miss. I went all the way through menopause where I decided to transition. I think I wanted to have as much of it as I could you transitioned kinda laid not not that you're old. But I mean, mayo you're female for a number of years before you switched. Yes. Fifty four years. What took you so long to switch. I think this is really interesting because at first I thought this I thought that the reason that I couldn't really be feminine with because I was raised in a patriarchal society. I was taught that men are better than women. So I struggled with that to my twenties and thirties and forties. And then I hit on this teaching. And so with this teaching dozen all the energy work that I was doing just naturally you start to release information from your field isn't really yours that you've been programmed with. So the more I kept doing that the more I decided to transition. So it was kind of an organic thing. Really? And one other thing I want to say about that talking about seen signs of people. You know? So I finally guys. Okay. I think I'm going to transition and I wanna sign I turned on the radio. I was listening to you have a way with words on MPR. And there was a woman caller from San Diego. I live in San Diego who said that her daughter was transitioning to mail, and she was wondering about alternate pronoun. There you go. And I was like oh my God. Couldn't be any other clear sign. I made an appointment. The next day. Let's go back for Charles second question. Go ahead. Charles. So now the question is what the heck now that my what's happened with my dad Bill. What what the heck do I do? Now. I don't even know, you know, why I'm still here actually kind of Ord, but at the same time thinking, well, there's something else supposed to do. Bill passed on Lauren. You know, something that he said Charles that you hit it right on the head boredom. Now, homo sapiens are extremely.

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"anymo" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"anymo" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"That they they been getting this year for a long time and it was coming regardless. So in order to cut down on the other stuff. Let's legalize it. Now. Still one or two more things that's out there that still causing problems. And I try to look back and say, I wonder if we legalize coke will we have the same problems. Think about beat up coca something. That's you know, you get it. You gotta hide it. I got it OB dog. He lives around the corner. I got I don't want him to have it bang bang. But you know, you would ever anymo- know. All ego and about this, by the way, I believe any state that legalizes it everybody should have a voice, and if you want and as long as it's put there in the citizenry wants it legalized which account nonsense and violence to be ceased. Its Carol also go to Carla in Denver spe- regal. We'd do you do your own laundry, or do you send everything out to be dry cleaned? I do not know the answer. I'm fascinated by the question clothes, jeans, and custom shirts, go out everything else. I do underwear a mo- school in my bathroom. I have to hampers one for the dirty clothes won't put away. Clothes. So when I get. The. On your home of shit. In this akilah, the color. Close. So I got you every Thursday when I get home for TNT. I can't go sleep anyway. So just going throwing away boys. I want. I yeah. I I before I go to bed. I put him in a Dr Jeremy energy Mel wants to know shack. What did you think of the what do you think of the Simmons NB duo, do you think they have the potential to be the next shack and Coby I mean, I'm potential kill you, wait and Symon because they've proven nothing shrugging Kobina. No, I didn't think this to tune-in just shaggy. Kobe. Got one and a half over there. Oh my God. One and a half men. Ben is great wrong now been great. But if he would look he's he's he's gonna get you seventeen to ten, but what if he had a little shot and get your twenty to twenty five and two and cares about me, Ben Simmons because you know, the Devi go into life, for example, he go. Kevin durant? Kevin they'll have to guard him he had to guard. Kevin too. I know Kevin they'll do Kevin Rodham around she was last everytime..

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"anymo" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"anymo" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

"It was terrible. So I was like I walked that test. And I said I am not going to NYU my dream is just now dead. If you're not gonna get into NYU, you probably the most you're gonna do is probably got waitlisted for UCLA, but probably not because they're tough to and it was really sad. And then David said to me, you should think about the Kuni system to the university of New York, and I was like. Oh, if I went to college in New York, I still get to be with David. So I said anymo- City College I wanna go to school in Harlem. So I went to see C N Y, and you know, became the editor of the newspaper. I I was the entertainment editor, and I did then I became the editor and see the college put me on a pedestal. Like they were just like, yes. Whatever you wanna do. We're going to we're just going to feed it here. I just they were great. They were also just about three months ago. They gave me like such an honor. I could not believe it I and then I graduate from college. And then I was working and didn't go to my never went to my graduation. And then last spring, I was invited to speak at City College. And before I address the students the president of the college came into say Hello to me. I was like why the president of the college coming into? Hello to me. And he said, oh, we've been following your work, and your your amazing students talk about you in the Caribbean students, especially talk about oh, that's nice. That's nice. And then I looked I looked at his hand and he had a cap a graduation cabinet hand. And he said, that's the you. And there's my God, I never got a graduation picture picture, and I bent down, and I was teasing that my hair so big with this cap fit. My wig. I was making the joke. I looked up and he had my degree in his hand. Did you Claire two years after my graduation? I finally got my physical degree from college. The city. College was Harvard to me, it just it it nourished nor chewed and protected me. It was a great place for me. I got marriage in my time at City College. I had my first born Michael during my time at City College. It was everything for me everything incredible. So when you went to college and be Jewish journalist hike, Jonas become publicist. Well. I left college did a number of internships all sort of media related did one with. Good nets Westchester newspapers. At the time. They were studying a national newspaper that was in color. Call USA today and I worked for them in their Westchester White Plains office. And then I also did a broadcast internship at CBS news on the New Jersey desk. And then I got a call from a friend that I went to City College with she was working for a company that had a number of magazines, and she was working there. Romance magazines, and she said there's an opening at the music fan magazine. And I said oh right on and she said, no it's called black for what for backbeat. I wanna work for number one for right on. So this should does not have right on. He has black beat. And he's looking for an editor. And I think you'd be great. So I went in for the interview. And there was this publisher is name was John Plunkett. And he I I'd gotten all of my writing samples, I put it in this nice put fully when I presented it to him. And he looked at me. And he said you're hired. I said, sir. You didn't look at my puts polio. He said, you're black. You're young. You seem smart. I need a black girl to run this magazine. You have to be ready for those opportunities. Do you have to just be ready at I spent a long time there?.

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"anymo" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"anymo" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"I haven't seen the is it murder Mallon. Is it true? It's true cry this. I mean. Mount isn't the name of the strain of a we'd probably be now, but murder mountain is technically the nickname that one of the areas of homeboy county received in because it's basically become a hotbed of violence that is been both exaggerated and intensified by legalization, but it's also partially them sticking to their own outsider lifestyles and refusing to change. Yeah. So and over the years, a part of the reason why I think legalization is good. Is that the murder mountains got got filled with fucking like it's not just old hippies. Anymo-? No. So like the fucking the cartels got involved in the fucking they're Russians up there. There's all this kind of weird mixtures of all these criminal counterculture. Like for me, you know. I'm speaking for myself, but I'm a Cirque soul that you agree. This has been like we're for the small. We'd farm. Oh, yeah. You got a little niche. We'd company of fucking blast it out. I'll smoke that fucking ish. And I will. Tell everybody how thick trunk you. The clouds are and how lavender the fuck and smoke is that can swallow it around my ill the thing that makes me most excited for two thousand nineteen is the possibility of legalization here in New York state need it, man. Those don't don't we don't need to be making salsa up here, but we should be making. Zero one Henry mentioned that they were Russian there were some Russian up there. Although they look to be walking pretty slow to me. I'll be all let me just jump out of the car right now. And I'm sorry if someone hit a tree laughing so hard. Wow. Yes. And murder and just lastly, a shows you it's really interesting from a criminal Justice standpoint to the cops and the people on murder mount, and they have a tumultuous relationship, and then legalization happens in the people are like we could use some police work, sir than the cops are like you've been mean to us for forty years. And then the people are like could you do your jobs, and then the guy for like, well, if you apologize? It will it's unfortunately, it's this big fucking war of the squares versus the hippies that still exists. It's the guys that are just kind of born which I understand you fought this. We'd war for a long time county the denizens of it. They didn't want you there. They fought you. They used to say that they would be afraid for their lives. So John on some level there there. It's like some kind of chip on their shoulder. But also, you're the fucking cops get over it. Yeah. Anyway, they shed some fascinating footage as well of the war on drugs. One looked like during the eighties literally squats looks like a military invasion, and all they do is go there, and they pull out the plants, and it's like, graduations. I don't know why you didn't. A are fifteen to do this. But nonetheless, anyway, I don't want to be to Doug Benson about this. But when I saw them grinding up plants I wanted to cry. Just being like they were hacking up. These player was horrible. Be like you seriously or not gonna look at those cones of freedom. You're not going to look at those big fucking Sakya. Lls of deliciousness and not just stick your face in them. You can assholes you're really going to grind this shit up. Some of it home. It's nasty wouldn't they do have you guys heard of meth mountain? No, they can do. They can break down math. That's Chattanooga, Tennessee. I love a guy in a bus told me that I really meth mountain. Okay. All rhyme in do they need a whole mountain. I don't think they need to hold bathtub. I don't think you can make it in all saying, I'm just saying divert some of that police attention to member on maybe leave maybe leave marijuana mountain in incarceration, isn't the answer. But again, let's move on murder out. And check it out. Let's go out to our first story. Now, this story's made national attention it takes place in it. It's another Wisconsin story. And I don't know what the hell is going on with my home state of whisk, but we have. Had some crime stories there. Dave had crime stories in the past. But it seems to be it's like they got sick of Florida being the front runner. So they cited to catch up. I guess so..

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