23 Burst results for "Apolo"

"apolo" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

The Resilient Christian Podcast

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"apolo" Discussed on The Resilient Christian Podcast

"Super apostle so he has these opponents that they're really grandiose and they press with themselves so paul mimics them boasting except paul clearly doesn't know how to both very well because the ob boasted failures at shipwrecks and all these things along the way. Paul tells a story that it's agreed upon his about him. Although he says i i knew a man and he says she's been caught up so third heaven. So you have paul. He's caught up to heaven. This visionary experience lord now one of the things that we come to learn about this. That's astonishing that we just don't think about is that experienced didn't shape his character Because the next thing that happened to paul is the lord gives him a gift that he calls both thorn of the flesh and a messenger of satan to keep him humble now. Paul me humility. because of god's gift to him so he gives them a dual gift visitor experience and the gift of messenger of satan and paul three times. Praise take this from here over and over and over again paul. Here's no and then. Finally the the risen. Jesus apolo my grace's sufficient for my powers made perfect in weakness. And you know when i was a young believer if if you would have told me that god acts in certain ways where he doesn't take away suffering perhaps in temptation all these things because actually my humility is more important and my dependence upon him more important that this teaching we all used to believe. I mean all events at talk this way and yet somewhere along the lines that we forgot that and so. When i prayed as young believer i never had the expectation that god was actually leading me into my humility and when i look back my life it's amazing. How many of my prayers. I realize now. If god would have answered that and they were they were prayers for him. They were prefer for show up..

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"apolo" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"apolo" Discussed on KCRW

"Fireflies and Palm wine from Baba Stilts Lovin this track. It's called Running to Chad. Bob is still a bit of a chameleon. Never really know what you're going to get. Might be a house thing might be a disco at it might be an ambient track this time around. It's sort of like a California vibe. Indie pop tracked billing it, though new word from Omar Apollo. The album Apolo Neo officially came out last night that was useless, also had a cut from Jimmy Stacks, forthcoming ephemera albums at the Drop on October 30th called Sweet Summer Sweat featuring Dijon Toby Lou, with student loans all started from Quakers approach with caution that track features sample of the great and at the top of the set Tonight was Gabriel. Lt's a song of the year contender, Love and Hate in a different time. That's going to be on an e P of the same name. Set the drop in December. I've heard the whole leaping It is really special. Just tattoo that name Gabriel somewhere. You're gonna be hearing a lot of it. A phone? That's that's your warning. Hey, it's Casey R. W's power in numbers Drive. We're asking you to count yourself in if you haven't already K c r w dot com slash give Whether it's five bucks a month, $10 a month 20 bucks a month. Maybe you could do 40 bucks a month. Maybe you've been doing $10 a month and you're in a position to step it up. Do it for those who can't right now, because obviously, a lot of people had the maybe cut Casey ar w out of their monthly budget. If you're able to sort of pick up the slack we want to hear from you. Casey. Ar w dot com slash Give, maybe pick yourself up a brand new Case W T shirt designed by Manuel Lopez. He also did the tote bag, which is really cool on DH. We have a cinnamon colored kcr w logo T shirt as well. That's pretty stylish. It's all there. Casey. Ar.

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"apolo" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"apolo" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Okay. . Apollo short-track speedskating legend Olympic Hall of Famer Serial Entrepreneur Commentator New York Times bestselling author Oh in this guy so crazy talented and disciplined that smack in the middle of his athletic career in two thousand seven when he was at the peak of his powers he didn't just compete in. . One dancing with the stars when I saw the trailer for the HBO Doc, , I knew immediately, , he'd be a great person to help break down the issues that are explored therein the mental perils of elite athleticism because this is a guy who was raised by a single dad who took his dream all the way to the very top and when it was all over, , he had to figure out not just what was going to come next but actually who he? ? Was Fundamentally, , who he was as a person off the rink. . So this is a conversation about what it's like to have a passion with the shelf life, , the mental health repercussions of the Olympics, , and the toll placed on athletes and the pitfalls of prodigious success at a young age more broadly it's about why we sabotage ourselves and how to break this habit, , and it's about deconstructing those preconditioned believes that we all have about who we are and what we're good at. . Apollo gives us a lesson in mindset and intention how to use it to our advantage and what it takes to break the mold of what is possible and my hope is that this conversation will help you form. . A more holistic idea of who you are and. . What you want to offer the world I hope it encourages you to see the strength and vulnerability and and also the power and asking for help but more than anything I. . Really Hope it breaks whatever illusion you have about one in. . Is and what an Olympic athlete is not. . So here we go. . This is me. . and. . Apollo. . Truly. . One of history's all time. . Great. . Olympian. . Man Thanks for doing this course I appreciate you making a trip out here. . <hes> wanted to talk to you for a long time and when I saw the trailer for the new documentary weight of gold I thought this is the opportune moment to reach out. . So thanks for making yourself available I'm glad you did. . And thanks for letting me take a peek at the dock premier. . We're doing this on July twenty nine. . So it premieres tonight everybody's going get to be able to see it by the time this comes out and it was it was really. . Moving for me. . You know I certainly wasn't an athlete of of your caliber, , any of the athletes portrayed in the movie. . But. . This is an important subject that I've talked about quite a bit on this podcast, , which is making that transition from being essentially a professional quote unquote amateur whatever that means. . into becoming a civilian and the mental health implications of what that's like and when I look at your career or look at somebody like Michael Phelps or showing white whose documented in the film as well. . The outsider perspective is that these people all slid pretty graciously into a civilian career path and I think that perception belies the truth of just how difficult that is even for somebody like yourself who's done it very successfully it's a traumatic process for anybody who competes as an athlete at the highest level. . Yeah the you said that very well, , I think the transition that. . Olympic athletes face is. . It's just I. . Don't WanNa use the word unique because I believe everyone goes to the phase at some point in their life. . Right. . So as you dedicate your career, , your path, , your energy your time toward one specific goal and thing that really made you feel give you confidence. . and has external signaling whether you're making more money or you're getting a raise or you're progressing and people are celebrating you in the Olympic world you kind of only really celebrated once every four years. . So if you've got multiple Olympic career. . Call it two or three or five, , and some case for some of these athletes. . You're only told you really good when you're at the Olympics and although that you know that you've got other qualities and attributes about your personality that could potentially be transferable across in career paths. . I think that you don't really feel it right? ? You feel like, , for example, , in speedskating, , we go in circles like for a living I did that for like fifteen years bitterly working on the same things on a daily basis and it was beautiful and I chose that path. . And then I use this a lot you know that. . We have the great divorce happens right. . So my first true love. . No longer can I you know have this person in my life it's there but I've moved on and there's more structure and so Olympic athletes, , there's no subsidization. . You know there's no subsidy from the government. . There's no. . RISE NO SALARY PER SE to be a part Olympic team and. . That's the beauty sport because that's how you do it because you love it and you do it for all the other you know Ansari reasons aside from progressing in your career but there definitely is a very strong mental <hes> transitory challenge that exists with all athletes and only really felt that and notice that I was deathly afraid of it. . I had heard about it but I didn't know until many years into my retirement from competitive athletic sport. .

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Apolo Ohno on The Weight of Gold

The Rich Roll Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Apolo Ohno on The Weight of Gold

"Okay. Apollo short-track speedskating legend Olympic Hall of Famer Serial Entrepreneur Commentator New York Times bestselling author Oh in this guy so crazy talented and disciplined that smack in the middle of his athletic career in two thousand seven when he was at the peak of his powers he didn't just compete in. One dancing with the stars when I saw the trailer for the HBO Doc, I knew immediately, he'd be a great person to help break down the issues that are explored therein the mental perils of elite athleticism because this is a guy who was raised by a single dad who took his dream all the way to the very top and when it was all over, he had to figure out not just what was going to come next but actually who he? Was Fundamentally, who he was as a person off the rink. So this is a conversation about what it's like to have a passion with the shelf life, the mental health repercussions of the Olympics, and the toll placed on athletes and the pitfalls of prodigious success at a young age more broadly it's about why we sabotage ourselves and how to break this habit, and it's about deconstructing those preconditioned believes that we all have about who we are and what we're good at. Apollo gives us a lesson in mindset and intention how to use it to our advantage and what it takes to break the mold of what is possible and my hope is that this conversation will help you form. A more holistic idea of who you are and. What you want to offer the world I hope it encourages you to see the strength and vulnerability and and also the power and asking for help but more than anything I. Really Hope it breaks whatever illusion you have about one in. Is and what an Olympic athlete is not. So here we go. This is me. and. Apollo. Truly. One of history's all time. Great. Olympian. Man Thanks for doing this course I appreciate you making a trip out here. wanted to talk to you for a long time and when I saw the trailer for the new documentary weight of gold I thought this is the opportune moment to reach out. So thanks for making yourself available I'm glad you did. And thanks for letting me take a peek at the dock premier. We're doing this on July twenty nine. So it premieres tonight everybody's going get to be able to see it by the time this comes out and it was it was really. Moving for me. You know I certainly wasn't an athlete of of your caliber, any of the athletes portrayed in the movie. But. This is an important subject that I've talked about quite a bit on this podcast, which is making that transition from being essentially a professional quote unquote amateur whatever that means. into becoming a civilian and the mental health implications of what that's like and when I look at your career or look at somebody like Michael Phelps or showing white whose documented in the film as well. The outsider perspective is that these people all slid pretty graciously into a civilian career path and I think that perception belies the truth of just how difficult that is even for somebody like yourself who's done it very successfully it's a traumatic process for anybody who competes as an athlete at the highest level. Yeah the you said that very well, I think the transition that. Olympic athletes face is. It's just I. Don't WanNa use the word unique because I believe everyone goes to the phase at some point in their life. Right. So as you dedicate your career, your path, your energy your time toward one specific goal and thing that really made you feel give you confidence. and has external signaling whether you're making more money or you're getting a raise or you're progressing and people are celebrating you in the Olympic world you kind of only really celebrated once every four years. So if you've got multiple Olympic career. Call it two or three or five, and some case for some of these athletes. You're only told you really good when you're at the Olympics and although that you know that you've got other qualities and attributes about your personality that could potentially be transferable across in career paths. I think that you don't really feel it right? You feel like, for example, in speedskating, we go in circles like for a living I did that for like fifteen years bitterly working on the same things on a daily basis and it was beautiful and I chose that path. And then I use this a lot you know that. We have the great divorce happens right. So my first true love. No longer can I you know have this person in my life it's there but I've moved on and there's more structure and so Olympic athletes, there's no subsidization. You know there's no subsidy from the government. There's no. RISE NO SALARY PER SE to be a part Olympic team and. That's the beauty sport because that's how you do it because you love it and you do it for all the other you know Ansari reasons aside from progressing in your career but there definitely is a very strong mental transitory challenge that exists with all athletes and only really felt that and notice that I was deathly afraid of it. I had heard about it but I didn't know until many years into my retirement from competitive athletic sport.

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Belarus' leader faces toughest challenge yet in Sunday vote

PRI's The World

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Belarus' leader faces toughest challenge yet in Sunday vote

"When you compare Belle Russian presidential candidates, Alexander Lukashenka, and Smith Lama to who knows. You quickly see that they're different in just about every way. In his State of the nation speech earlier this week Lukashenka says, the outsiders are plotting to overthrow his government and are pointing their poisonous arrows directly at him. His tone is grim combative and old fashioned. He's the quintessential strongman leader with Lana to Hanover on the other hand has a very different style. Confused theme. Men. Apolo. But I can show that women even more. Power than our man. That's tikhonov scarce speaking with the BBC she's common composed. She's not a career politician, but she's become the face of opposition and she's very popular. Last week sixty thousand people showed up to one of our rallies in the Belorussian capital Minsk. Rally in Belarus since the nineties.

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"apolo" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

Clara Apollo's Chi Time

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"apolo" Discussed on Clara Apollo's Chi Time

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Donald Trump hails economy during tense State of the Union

Toby and Chilli

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Donald Trump hails economy during tense State of the Union

"Trump wrapped up another state of the union address last night this one touting a great American come back he said U. S. is thriving and highly respected again in it in a moment that captured the attention of many trump quickly turned away after handing a copy of the speech to house speaker Nancy Pelosi and appeared not to notice that she reached out her hand for a handshake and then another notable moment of course making headlines ways at the end of his speech Apolo C. toward pop the speech

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"apolo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Leadership we've developed a smart targeted policy that protect her kids without creating unnecessary destruction mental and tobacco flavor products will remain on the shelves Sudan's military says one of its aircraft crashed in the western door for region killing all sixteen people on board the plane crashed five minutes after taking off American W. away I'd local news of the Texas Apolo into teenage encounters been arrested for allegedly violating his probation counts was released from jail and twenty eighteen with several conditions which included a G. P. S. monitor a curfew and regular alcohol and drug testing the twenty two year old was given the nickname during his trial for killing four people and drunk driving accident back in twenty thirteen his defense attorneys argued that the then sixteen year old couch had affluence up and required rehabilitation instead of prison time because of his rich parents that never gave any boundaries a judge is denying a temporary injunction to keep a terminally ill eleven month old North Texas baby on life support medical officials say tensely Lewis suffered grave lung and heart problems and needs round the clock medical care and machines to keep her alive in October doctors reportedly told the Lewis family keeping the child a life support was causing her more pain and suffering I'm Erik sharp from the W. away I traffic center should be a nice writing this early morning hour across our area no major racks of stalled vehicles to report at the moment and traffic moving at the postage meter most were roadways couple of ongoing construction zones possible lane closures sixteen oh four east and west near to eighty one as well as highway ninety as you head eastbound at four ten the right lane it exit ramp affected their applying bricks newsradio twelve hundred W. O. III warm up going into the weekend small chance of a shower overnight otherwise just a few clouds low forty nine sunny.

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"apolo" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Crew so Monday through Saturday also big boys Christmas special and everyone is invited it is six six four six eight nine three eight six six two four six eight nine three all right let's go to down as he was going down they have reality is to you what's on your agenda me love nothing much to send the send it with my kids my husband at all I heard day his way to be with the family yeah he'd you know what you call it at the right time because we do you just want another key eight one is over another you know the one my daughter sixteen my phone is turned I heard Dan the now are are you on your way to work right now yes I'm actually outside waiting going we hold you up what kind what kind of work do you do my love I work for is what do you do you work here where the bone people okay was do you do you are there a lot more people to try to get loans this time in here not really I heard days you might not be enough to where we are we may charge a lot for the money okay you know happy holidays to you have a great time do you get any kind of time off we're only getting Christmas also that's good we get to spend with the family thank you for calling and hopefully you have yourself a great twenty nineteen we enjoy you hang out with as it began our neighbors the twenty as well right down thank you are more than welcome in a course Apolo video on four yeah instead request the Democrats right yeah I was this is the way Aries gained wide set straight the I love you Donna the if you no he was I'm like a walking if you send because they have you he yeah like you you can never hit my I don't right how do you version is like a lot to do just like two thousand dollars I know you will I can make a no thank you maybe with a little water stretch it like a vocal collect from award the fan is not yeah I could talk every time I he talk about the so once the one nine two three dad he came close I mean I was could I'm so both my you thought I was she wanted to but I took it back in the I try to put that name is right so it's.

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"apolo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I heart Apolo fifteen thirty and the mighty AM ban and we'll be doing well tonight speaking a Grinch well listen these granges six of them all is not happy in Whoville over this one six people who claim that their homes were destroyed in California is dead this wildfire now been charged with filing phony federal claims federal jury this past Thursday returned indictments against the six to receive more than fifty thousand dollars in reimbursements from the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA each this according to the attorney's office US attorney's office each claim that his home burned in the camp fire that raged through northern California of course we all know about in November of last year destroying only fourteen thousand homes and killed eighty five good people there we know there was a deadly is the most destructive wildfire recorded state history so to try to put in a phony fire claim is just the grow at even a Grinch is much better than this is a disaster declaration some residents view county were eligible to apply for disaster assistance from FEMA six defendants claimed to have lived in the town of paradise which was of course nearly annihilated by the blaze they claim to have lost their primary homes and received thousands of dollars in FEMA reimbursement but they actually lived in other cities this according to federal prosecutors alleging one sixty four year old woman who claimed to have lived in an apartment in paradise actually been arrested at a real home and was in jail for several days after the campfires began another woman falsely claimed that an elderly couple who died in the fire were her lan lords off me listen how low can you possibly get this search should be used the good will of the taxpayers in claim losses that they had not encourage this is according to US Attorney General Gregor W. Scott each by the way is charged with one count of fraud in connection with a major disaster or emergency benefits and get this if convicted eat pardon me each could.

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Automakers to install rear seat reminders to stop hot car deaths in U.S.

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Automakers to install rear seat reminders to stop hot car deaths in U.S.

"Jeep car makers are planning to add rear seat reminders in cars and trucks ABC said feel tells us comes after fifty two children died last year in hot cars a twenty year high there is already a backseat hot car Apolo arm if you use this phone is set to silent backseat will override this setting but after the more than fifty hot car child deaths record virtually all major automakers say they will install a reminder alarm and every car and truck by twenty twenty

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"apolo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"For calling on the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to take up their bipartisan gun legislation calling for universal background checks the time senator McConnell is to admiral and Democrat Steny Hoyer says that would be a start let's catch every terrorist who wants to buy let's catch every criminal who wants to buy a gun let's catch everybody who's at a mental health problem that wants to buy a gun no loopholes every bad legislation has been stalled in the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has vowed to take up some form of bi partisan gun legislation after the August break but it's likely to fall short of the house legislation calling for universal background checks Apolo corresponded Wally odds president shrub address workers at a massive manufacturing plant being built in western Pennsylvania Tuesday night we celebrate the revelation that American energy that's helping make our economy the envy of the world the president says most democratic lawmakers have a radical ideas when it comes to American energy they want to wipe out our oil they want to wipe out our natural gas industries while allowing other countries to steal our jobs president drop is urging restraint in Hong Kong were pro democracy protesters have clashed with riot police the president says that US intelligence believes that the Chinese government is moving troops to its border with Hong Kong he provided no additional details but tweeted that everyone should be calm and safe earlier Mr trump called the Hong Kong protests a very tricky situation saying he hopes no one is injured or killed what else correspond a great collection San Francisco Santa Clara counties filed the first lawsuit challenging the.

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"apolo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A I also spoke Spanish to one of my uber drivers that was pretty cool body clock Porter Rican because I can tell the man was speaking Spanish to his brother because he said he wanted to talk my brother like yet please just go ahead yeah and he was saying in Spanish twenty quattro which was the address of where I was going and I go see because and we went back and forth a little bit and I was like wow look at me and then he and I I said I'm a I'm Filipino he was Pacquiao Manny Pacquiao me peril yama thank you yeah you Ricky Martin I get on like grass yes moto Guzzi still but their life balance practice a little my Spanish there which I will I mean you guys she has a lot going back to review C. R. I'd is downloaded your L. Apolo from my so uber has now been around a decade March of two thousand dollars.

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"apolo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley trainer. Oh, I got a little taste of what Apolo Abdul Vegas. Residency might look like last night on the billboard music awards. Yeah. We did. And I think this is like a genius move. If you're going to have a Vegas residency get the world to pay attention to you and be reminded of why you want to go see her in Vegas. The next time. You're there now. Let's first talk about how. Well, she sang. Okay. Well, first of all nobody is going to watch Paula Abdul to see how she sang. They just wanna hear her greatest hits. Paula Abdul is not the world's greatest singer. That said can I say why? Because what you're trying to point out is that she lips. Oh, my gosh, she lip sync. She also foot sinks in the very beginning that tapper teen. She did tapped wasn't the tapping wasn't sink to her actual tapping. Yeah. No. That was clearly I thought I was just watching like a a bad video. Two three times to see if it was off sinking. And I was like, no she's off sink. That's cool. But when you hear those songs, you're like, oh, and she is still a great dancer like oh unbelievable. The fact that how old is she she's got to be in her fifth. I'm going to check right now. Because I can't remember fifty-six. Yeah. I was going to say she's got to be in her fifties. She looks she steps and kicks in steps and stretches and kicks and stretches, but the here's the question. I had yes, she lip sync. But why did she look sink to a voice auto tuned version of her music? I think because her voice only sounds good when it's auto tuned. But no they could have just played that actual track. The actual track of her singing. Hundred years ago. Nobody would know the difference. But I the whole time kept going why? And when she was talking it was all auto tune to. And I was like is this just an attempt to make me think that she's actually singing live. I was well, you know, what I was actually wondering is it. You know? Clearly, she had backing vocals, but I wondered if there was a little bit of her vocal that was being run through something. Like if I don't know how that works because I'm not a sound person. But kind of like how you talking to a voice changer. Like, I wondered if there was a little bit of that happening to keep her to sort of like, make her voice blend better. How do we have any of the audio of her performance? So we can share what it what it sounded like because it really did sound like we were listening to the actual tracks from the actual albums of the medleys of our favorite song. We'll take a second because you know, what the surface of the music didn't deem probably it's not just play her actual album. And then you'll get a flavor for it. But it just want people to hear what it sounded like because it really did just sound like her singing, I will say that. I don't care if she sings her not because if I'm going to see Paula Abdul. Recitals we've got a little bit of her singing. So this is at the very beginning when she's walking down the audience in getting to the stage. So you'll hear what calling umbrella you're talking about here. I mean, honestly, I could sick. Like that you could.

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"apolo" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

Get Your Glow Back

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back

"They can be on the sentence supplements and things now that the being la- tattoo provide quality. So I'm optimistic the in the future, we will be able to have an even now we're able to have some effect on the quality and how about plastics are. You're quite big on plastics in reducing kinda food. Tim pastic? How is this affecting awfully in? This is one of those things partly we can affect in partly we con and onions is the wisdom for all of us that we need to stop recognizing that something's within our control. And some things, you know, are at we told you can drive yourself nuts. Trying to. Everything but some things out of control. But absolutely I mean, I'm so with you on this that we all need to be reducing our consumption, and there are chemicals within plastics lead into office chain and into our worser, the are not just killing fish, but they are affecting us making less fertile. Absolutely. The things in the air that would breathing in. And you know, this is all scary stuff. Because to sell extent, we can't do a lot about it. But we can do something about how much Leif is softer plastics in our immediate environment. And also in the kind of chemicals that we is. I remember somebody coming to my house once and seeing my head a bottle of bleach under the same. Can then saying to me why if you don't use gentle products, e could whatever then what is that? And I was like, oh, my God surgery, and this is about and then I immediately change everything because you know, we can make swale changes. And the things we expose ourselves to not to be scary about this. But these things are all within our control hundred. Yeah. So it's just about saying, we're not powerless, obviously that needs to be changes in higher level government needs to step in. But what we do to the planet. We do too. Because the plan is. And she not his us and she holds us, and she nourishes off and offered comes from her and our water comes from her everything that was impacting on climate is impacting on us too. So would you say switch up kind of household cleaning products for more natural net. Avoid takeaways oversee takeaways come in plastic containers, which normally just kinda skipped in a microwaved basically cooking from scratch, not eating food from plastic containers. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, that's a basic. I think his China's much possible to cook from scratch and also yes, it's the heating of the Casten said is the biggest problem meddlesome plastic bottles because we don't know how long has passive bottles have been sitting on lorries in France in the sun. And it's when that holiday league the Easter jen's which affect our hormones, you know, these things in are violent Apolo to do with the increase in things like. Policy covers and eastern dominant conditions because it's crazy. I felt like everyone seems to have peace AO or even end mature cicis something that seems to be quite commented. How does end meet shares his factual -bility he has interested because you can have very mild into matriarch says an consider considerate your utility. You can have very severe endometriosis is very difficult condition. I mean status it creates a lot of inflammation in the body from Chinese medicine point of view. We categorize it as a blood stagnation. So you've got stagnant blood in places where it shouldn't be. So it can affect implementation as well. But on the bio chemical level that you can still remove the end Mitchell tissue because that's what they will do from a medical point of view. So they would commute a procedure to remove any kind of tissue that cinnabon place on the over his it can even be on the rectum. It can be lots of different places, but you'll. Still left with the underlying by chemical imbalance. So what we do with acupuncture dot nutrition Chinese medicine is I offer what with so they will do the surgery they will send me their patients than I will work on correcting the diet improving. The blood flow person particularly said that we actually try and change the constitutional change the course of the disease recall this reads branches in Chinese medicine often in medicine or were doing is cutting the branches, and we're not going to the root of the problem..

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"apolo" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Welcome to minority coroner with an and James, the wonder twins Apolo casting. Learn laugh play. It's like blues. Clues only. It's more black queer and lady lies. This week on the minority corner. Will you got cook in episode one sixty four later love. Thanks. Okay. That's. That is. All know that the government is back together there's supposed to be a state of the union address. But fuck that I'm giving St. of the que- union. In smashing together. Yes. That is not doing union. No. No, we thought some of the Queen Candace has given. Knock giving. Tomorrow at six PM, not right now, we've already booked this room. So she's big out the door. Then can't this is not your time. No. But there's so many things that are happening between the incident happened with Jesse small. There is new advancements in the issue clus community. Call things that are happening on laws, and I it's us that are happening. All kinds of things and also things that are some there's some weird superheroes. That are popping up on your TV screen. Happening with the game bars. Are they they're more other last what's going on gotta mind out? What's gone on the scrap strap can't do something you're gonna find out this week and the episode the ad? Yeah. Right. Like soon not this lake after this message just a few moments. Yes. This week. And there is a TV show. The I want to get into the trash fire Fathallah vision. Tell you all about some show that you should watch. Why CC Abrahams Tessa Thompson we have so much talk about this reading. Yeah. We got a jam packed of fun. And maybe some, you know, some children's rhymes we're going to grow it out. They say it dissect it get into the kittens of that give good. Yeah. I'm ready. Let's do it. After this..

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"apolo" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on Here & Now

"Their music was abruptly muted in two thousand seventeen brubeck started losing her breath while singing and getting sore throats for days after i was running out of air my range was shrinking and my stamina was shrinking i could do fewer and fewer songs so it was like well if i want to keep singing i need to have the surgery that surgery was to remove apolo productive found on her vocal cords hers weren't closing properly which meant brubeck was fighting to make sound she had the surgery last january and began a slow recovery that required her to be quiet the two person band stopped performing for over a year this extended silence lead evan salt to some serious ruminations about sleepy kitty is a rock band still or rock band if it doesn't ever you know rock we haven't been on tour which is a very strange state for us for the last nine years we've been onto our for some portion of every year until this one is so that's made it a challenging year because we felt like you're only making music if you're making music and we are withholding ourselves for making music you bet worked to build a voice backup with help from vocal coach and a speech pathologist she insults set the goal of playing one sleepy kitty show before the end of two thousand eighteen so they booked one a low profile outing as an opening band for a mid week show at a mid sized club called the ready.

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"apolo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Com. Is your inside source for all things? Coach Cal and Kentucky basketball. Get a behind the scenes look at the Kentucky basketball program through the eyes Apolo fame coach John Calipari at coach Cal dot com. Appreciate Tom Leetch leading me sit in here tonight on the UK healthcare John Calipari show as we wrap things up and get ready for the coach Matthew Mitchell show that comes your way in about five minutes. We'll chat with the women's basketball coach about a little bit about taking charges and also rebounding as his team is getting ready to host number sixteen South Carolina tomorrow night at Memorial Coliseum a six thirty tip time at the Coliseum UK sports network airtime of six fifteen couple of notes to give you while. We have a few minutes here on the John Calipari show Kentucky enters this week on a seven game winning streak with wins over three top twenty five teams, Auburn, Mississippi State, and Kansas. The first time UK is one three consecutive top twenty five games since the two thousand fourteen NC double A tournament the first time in the regular season since January of two thousand and four the cats are up to number seven in the net rankings number seven in the AP top twenty five and number six in the USA today coaches poll and for coach Calipari. He is now within five wins of tying Jobe hall for the second. Most victories by Kentucky. Head coach in program. History Kentucky's win over Vanderbilt last night at thirty five point victory was its largest versus Vanderbilt since one oh six forty four win back in two thousand three also UK's biggest victory in Nashville since winning by thirty nine in nineteen Ninety-six. I'm sure a lot of big blue nation remembers that when when they dropped one hundred and twenty in Nashville, it's Kentucky second largest margin of victory in Nashville series history. And the Kentucky just about hill. Vanderbilt. Under fifty points at memorial gymnasium for the first time. But Mandy was able to sneak in fifty two still an outstanding effort all around for the cats. And now they get ready to host the Florida Gators who battle ole miss tonight..

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"apolo" Discussed on Examining Politics

Examining Politics

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on Examining Politics

"And I was just nervous as can be. And usually I can maintain my mic composure, but something was telling me something was off and lo and behold, I had my video camera trained on these young men on the road. And I heard this washing sound from the side. And I turned and looked down the road about thirty or forty yards away is a man shouldering rocket-propelled grenade launcher, and he just fired it and the ordinance was screaming right toward me. I could see the conical tip of the of the rocket coming at me with the trail of smoke behind it. And I froze in fear thinking, this is it I'm going to die right here and just in that fraction of a second. I went from fear of dying to resignation. Visit lights are gonna go out real soon. And the thing hit me in the side of the head and it clobbered me and immediately made my right eye. Go black and it had crushed all the bones in the side of my face. But it did not detonate say it didn't detonate how to detonate it. They would've sent me home in a in a lunch. We would not be sitting. No, no talking to Apolo my ashes. So the thing hit me bounced off the side of my head hit the platoon leader young Lieutenant in the elbow, and then just clattered to the ground. Now. Meanwhile, I'm shooting video camera goes flying, but it's still running on the ground, and you can hear in the background with my camera sitting on the ground. Someone ask are you? Okay. And clearly, I'm not, okay. Shot in the head and helmet on at this. I had a helmet, but it hit me in the side of the right at the top of my right chic that's the bottom of the scar. Here. There's a little that's actually that's the Tetu of the of the rocket right here on the video videos photos on Twitter, you guys. Sure. And that's where it hit me. And I never lost consciousness. But I I I remember going down to one knee and just putting my hand to my face and just pulling back. It was just cover with blood blood pouring from my fingers, pulling in the dirt. And I thought immediately welcome not dead. I have this ringing in my head. But there is a very good chance of my ball. Just projectile shot out of my head because I've got shot in the head. I figured the thing flew out. So I kept you can hear me on the on the video asking the the medic who's treating me. I said do I still have my I, you know, be straight with me. Do I still have? And he's an oh, no. It's still there. And I'm thinking there's no way he's just saying this to keep me. Calm somebody. Go cross the street and find my not not going to be able to put it back in. Somebody do something. Just stop bullshitting me that I that. I still have it. And it turns out I did it severely lacerated, which is why couldn't see out of it. And then it was through a number of surgeries that I had part of my vision restored, and I had my face rebuilt. I have twelve pins and four plates that run through the side of my head. Wow. GPS embedded in there. Like like take advantage of the bionic, man. I call myself, the the homeless man's will rain. So that's that's what I have going on. And it's funny. Never wanna stand behind me at the airport because I'm going to get the extra wand..

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"apolo" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Welcome to minority coroner with an and James, the wonder twins Apolo casting. Learn laugh play. It's like blues. Clues only. It's more black queer and lady lies. This week on minority coin. Know, what's cooking in the kitchen a little movie review? She did you hear that pop. Pop. Pop. Popcorn ready. He's not shots fired. Sorry, Kasana Lafon. No is call breaking in. Why are we do this? Were you no wonder twins in the same room rock in out of before that the main event there are some hot hot hot atop it? Hot winter to retire for you got a star fun. I You know are. you are bundled in ready to talk about these hot topic. I wanna talk about who is the go-to person doesn't eighteen that you needed that hard movie. If you wanted to make money who is the highest part of the highest grossing movies of the I wonder who it is. But suffice young also iceman was only put back into the closet in the comics. So I went to like what the hell let's talk about that also the kiss her around the world or seen around the world. I had created and would be who I hear that care. I wanna hear people I don't want to kiss. But you know, what I do want? I wanna see people kiss them. I don't wanna see it. You know, what I rather see people kissing than here. People would then just saying I wanna see people cases a whole team of our. I don't know, you know, what don't you? It's just a, you know, mama bear. That's what this is. Because baby bear was to was to cold. And I was judge in bombing. It was just right. That's what it is. Just as just right who yes, she was in the middle. I need your is myself. You need to know these stories by heart. She's gonna get so fractured fairy tales because I'm going to be making them. Well, just like this episode. It's going to be a mama bear present for you. Because it's just right shorts..

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"apolo" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"apolo" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Welcome to minority coroner with an gay and James, the wonder twins Apolo casting. Learn laugh play. It's like blues. Clues only it's more black queer and lady lies. Minority corner. God, I didn't know. Oh my God. Where are we is this twenty nineteen twenty nineteen year? New us new is all of us. Seek thing again on this minority corner. You're like, oh my God. It's so it's new with fresh clean. You know, we got some facials done. We've got a little buff on the puff. We are. Dazzling. Dazzles things. Fourth of July. But you know, what it's coming. What there's going to be this year way, fourth of July, Vince true. July Roddy, we're doing all kinds of things getting you ready for your new year. New us knew me knew we. Yeah, we're talking about how the environment is actually doctor is doing all right. But still terrible some positive why we're kicking this year off some positive attacked. Yes. We are. And I actually I was on TV show sprinkle some behind the scenes C T S cash Chad BT s getting it which not to be confused with the Korean man. Yes. That people alike ally rot. Yeah. Then we're not going to discuss any more than just here in the opening. But, but you know, what I what maybe we'll go to hash in the. This and get some hits. And also I want to help you all setting your year rights yet. So I have some new year new you NIA in honor of kwanza the purpose day, helping you to set your purpose and get rid of fear, and what are yours six human needs. Which ones are the ones that you you. Yeah, we're going to help you set your goals for your life or this year. I love it. If I bet down for aid. Should we head into it? Let's get NF Monterey of Lillian..

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Pa. officer who fatally shot unarmed teen charged with criminal homicide

Steve Dahl

01:40 min | 3 years ago

Pa. officer who fatally shot unarmed teen charged with criminal homicide

"Live from npr news in culver city california i'm wayne brown justice anthony kennedy who authored the supreme court's decisions that remade the face of marriage in america nounce his retirement today embarrass nina totenberg reports during his lengthy tenure on the court kennedy wrote all four of the decisions that recognize gay and lesbian rights combination in the twenty fifteen decision legalizing same sex marriage nationwide his retirement at age eighty one will undoubtedly sparked a furious battle over the nomination and confirmation of a successor nina totenberg npr news washington pennsylvania police officer has turned himself in to face a charge of criminal homicide in the fatal shooting last week of an unarmed teenager authorities say seventeen year old antoine rose and another team were pulled over after reports of a drive by shooting nearby that's when rose fled and was shot three times by officer michael rosenfeld allegany county district attorney stevens apolo says the officer later told investigators he didn't see a gun under pennsylvania law if you're waiting in a rest you have to show the person be arrested as committed a forcible felony it's rose didn't do anything in north braddock other than being that vehicle the charge against officer rosenfeld comes a day after police arrested a second team who was seen running from the vehicle thirty say they expect to charge him in connection with the drive by that set off the chain of events that ended in the death of seventeen year old rose would be homebuyers are increasingly frustrated by lack of properties listed for sale the national.

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Suspect found dead after shootout with police in Panama City, Florida

The Jim Bohannon Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

Suspect found dead after shootout with police in Panama City, Florida

"Shooting at a set of texas school texas governor greg abbott holding a roundtable discussion on school security why can we not allow students won't be able to monitor basically the twenty four seven basis the cameras in these schools the seventeen year old suspect in last friday's shooting nelin suicide watching the galveston county jail police say he killed ten people and injured several others panama city florida police in an hours long standoff with the man who fired several bursts of gunfire at them it ended when the gunman was found dead in his apartment grabble to make entry and found him deceased inside the residence he had also boobytrapped the residents so there was a large amount of gasoline that was poured on the floor of the residence and we do believe that right before he was the states that he was attempting to light a flair big howdy sheriff tommy ford the karner will determine whether forty nine year old kevin holroyd shot himself or died from a police bullet police had elected him to an earlier murder a woman who lived in the building was injured escaping an actor who sat tall in the saddle as a tv cowboy has died fin walker who is best known as the tv cowboy cheyenne died monday in the company of family members according to tmz it's still unclear what caused his death but a family member says they believed it was a heart issue walker who was six foot six broken hollywood after landing a role in the ten commandments and was soon cast as the roaming cowboy hero cheyenne bodey reward from the general himself certainly not bror student i'm on my way to apolo to visit my mother with the cameras snapping at your heels show aired for seven seasons he also starred in the dirty dozen and the great bank robbery he was ninety years old michelle pollino fox news the western conference finals not at a two games.

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