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FBI Subpoenas Info on Readers of News Story on Slain Agents

The Armstrong & Getty Show

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

FBI Subpoenas Info on Readers of News Story on Slain Agents

"To identify readers of one particular USA. Today's story in USA Today is fighting them on this, and I'm on the side of USA Today, although I'd like to know what they're up to. The publisher of USA Today is fighting a very unusual subpoena from the FBI seeking information that could identify the readers of a story about a short shooting in Florida earlier this year. Wow. The subpoenas served on Gannett, who owns the newspaper in April. Orders USA Today to turn over Internet addresses and cellphone information for people who read the story online during a 35 minute window on February 2nd. See that Trump is the new Hitler. Oh, That's right. He's out of office. Never mind the story about a shooting that killed two FBI agents and wounded three others. You probably remember that story, uh, gunfire. They were serving a warrant, child pornography. You remember that story? Oh, yeah. And he shot a couple agents and everything like awful. Yeah, well, they want to know. Well, the subpoena says, quote. It relates to a federal criminal investigation but does not explain the nature of the investigation or why the FBI wants to identify the readers and wants their cell phone numbers and I P addresses. USA Today is fighting it and says it evades invades the First Amendment rights, both publisher and reader. Yeah, that's an incredibly

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Summer Travel Forecast Calls for Longer Waits, Fewer Choices

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Summer Travel Forecast Calls for Longer Waits, Fewer Choices

"Article from Boston Globe summer travel forecast called for longer waits fewer choices. If you haven't heard this story, I can't stress it enough. And I have two pieces of feedback for you. One. No, that it's coming. And don't be a jerk. Yeah. No, it's going to take longer to get your food. Your server might never have worked in a restaurant before. The restaurant owner might not be able to see each you because there might be booking out for four weeks ahead. So don't be a I want to say a different word, but I must say it jerk. Don't be a jerk this summer because you know what the businesses that are trying to figure all this stuff out there Struggling. They can't find any labor anymore. It's not their fault that their restaurant can't hire a bartender or can't handle a server where the hotel can't find

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Absurd Spoken Word: A Unmedicated Journey of Self-Expression

Mind Body No Soul

03:00 min | Last month

Absurd Spoken Word: A Unmedicated Journey of Self-Expression

"I will now begin an entirely unscripted unmedicated journey of self expression through song of spoken word. Ma is shining vessel of truth. I look to the mall. I how can you how with me. Oh guy jody's they run. Are they having fun. Is anyone candles. The flames they burned they flick the elderly couple loving but they bicker the outdoor furniture. Is it wicker rain rain. Go away com again. Some other day for. I don't need any hydration. The tears provide the moisture in neabry clouds like pillows in the sky. I lay my head trying to cry but the well run dry the birds they chirp the whales. They say we wait for the bell of abundance to ring on the see saw of life we rise and we fall. Lance armstrong did the tour de france with only one ball. She flows with the wins and sleeps with the stars jan. Sing in the mist. Dodging birds and car I and is she me connecting both to and sea Hang gwynn's hustles surf and turf. Life can't always just be herff

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Episode 141: I Want My Dead TV - burst 07

The Swearwolves

02:03 min | Last month

Episode 141: I Want My Dead TV - burst 07

"What if that's how planets get populated. That's how life is life was created because that comes just floating into space and then it goes on and flies through the galaxy. Maybe hitches a ride with a comet or some shit yeah goes past another planet breaks off news you movie lands and his fucking come. Some russian sputnik spunk mic. Come populates this planet. How that's aliens come from in space. No one can hear you scream and you come coming or going anyway. That was my question for you. It's head-scratching intellectual go to like like a convention or something with like smash. Excuse me so. I have a question. How do you masturbate in space. And then where does it go. Mr mr alderman. We'll see be. He's alive with bowling. Sa's a buzz. Buzz when you are judging often space brett anderson swear wolves podcast one question for you get you a little press. One question for you be specific. You can't please understand when you jerked off in space. Where did the come go. Yeah exactly. I need to know i need to know we know. Neil armstrong is the first man to step on the moon. But which one you j- is done. It i yeah because that would have been a race between me and david what could come first on the moon. I the first person to jackie late on the moon. One small step for neil when giant giant mode meals off fuck. Payment buzzer wins. Eat the cracker.

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Fasting and the Microbiome With Mike Mutzel

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:19 min | Last month

Fasting and the Microbiome With Mike Mutzel

"Mike. Welcome to the fast. Transformation summit jonkers thanks. Thanks so much for the opportunity to great to be with you to amazing videos over the past couple of years. Super grateful to call you a friend Learn from you continue to learn from you and all the great work you're doing so honored to be here. It's just absolutely well. Thanks so much for being a part and howard tell everybody how you really got got started with functional medicine and and what interested you in the microbiome. Yeah really good. Question like people had health issues. My a foray into this Training in college. I wanted to be a pro cyclist. Don't ask me why just rose. This was back when lance armstrong was on the twitter. Franz madaba is really into it. sorta racing School bike team college by team and training. Twenty twenty five dollars a week and got really depressed. Tired had a lot of josh. Who's constipation diarrhea and so forth in. I kind of knew that. I was over training but i i went to the doctor and said half. You'll really like lightheaded. Every time i stand up. I get dizzy. What's going on and she's like you know like you're probably just depressed. It's your senior year. You're pre med student. Want you just take an assessor. I and i'm like. I don't think that's the issue so anyway went back to the medical research typed in overturning syndrome and i found this whole list of endocrinology gastrointestinal complications in athletes are overtraining. So weird that. This doctor wouldn't tell you about this anyway. So i just realized there was a chasm there. Through little bit of serendipity started working with it and we're going to medical doctor right after a guy into college after college got into a sales gig working for function. Medicine supplement company so got really exposed that way and my four range. The microbiome is through one of the medical assistance at gerard galleries office. In addition that i was working with so i can get some hours and some volunteer work In order to go to med school she thought she underwent gastric bypass surgery. Bariatric surgery lost was like two hundred pounds or two hundred fifty some odd pounds. Who the matter of one hundred twenty days didn't change your diet which was really interesting because i thought the dodgers would tell her to change her that so she was still kind of eating some of that junk food but but lost the weight and i thought there's got to be more to this than just restricting food. Someone can't eat the of the procedure.

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Pfizer Seeks Full FDA Approval for COVID-19 Vaccine

The Armstrong & Getty Show

00:34 sec | Last month

Pfizer Seeks Full FDA Approval for COVID-19 Vaccine

Basecamp Bans Societal and Political Discussions at Work

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:16 min | Last month

Basecamp Bans Societal and Political Discussions at Work

"The startup base camp is well known intact circles. It makes product management and communication software for business teams. It developed the ruby on rails software development framework. It's quite influential in silicon valley but last week it got a lot of unexpected attention nationwide when it announced its employees would no longer be allowed to have quote societal and political discussions on the company's internal base camp account leaders at the companies said. The conversations had become too much of a distraction from work. The move sparked a ton of conversation base camp and beyond and it's indicative of a broader debate happening in silicon valley for more on this we turn to our tech reporter catherine bentley. Hey thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. So tell us about the reaction. We saw base camps announcement. Here are both inside the company and publicly yeah I mean this was all over twitter. Oliver lincoln effectively. What you had was kind of two camps if people you had people who said you know i some people especially underrepresented groups. They can't always sort of divorce politics from their identity. For example i saw someone tweet Someone who's non binary. Say if i introduce myself with my preferred pronouns at a work meeting some people might view that as a political move but to me. This is part of my identity. So there's this overlap between diversity and inclusion and quote politics and so you had some people really taking issue with this and thinking that it was that such a ban was effectively away to silence uncomfortable conversations about diversity and inclusion as opposed to quote political debates on the flip side. you had people One example would be the ceo of coin based brian armstrong saying he thought it was a courageous move and point base actually made a similar move this past fall and people who are sort of on the other side of this debate. Say that you know work should be about work that this has become a distraction that you know. It's it's just become too much of a focus in office culture and that people shouldn't be bringing their political opinions into the

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Los Angeles PD Officer Writes Open Letter to LeBron James

The Armstrong & Getty Show

02:07 min | Last month

Los Angeles PD Officer Writes Open Letter to LeBron James

Capitol Rioter Ashli Babbitt's Family to Seek $10 Million From USCP in Lawsuit

The Armstrong & Getty Show

00:28 sec | Last month

Capitol Rioter Ashli Babbitt's Family to Seek $10 Million From USCP in Lawsuit

"Police officer who has not been publicly identified shot. Actually, Babbitt is she was trying to enter the House speaker's lobby on January six, her family's attorney told The singer News and multi million dollar lawsuit is in the works, claiming the officer shot Babbitt for no legitimate law enforcement purpose, pointing out the 35 year old was unarmed. The forthcoming lawsuit comes after the Justice Department said it will not pursue charges against the officer. Boxes. Rachel Sutherland. New covert 19 variant is making its way around the world Daily

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Apollo 11 Astronaut Michael Collins Dies

Larry Elder

00:15 sec | Last month

Apollo 11 Astronaut Michael Collins Dies

"CIA Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins has died at the age of 90. He piloted the ship from which Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin left to make their historic first steps on the moon in 1969. Howard's family said in a statement that the astronaut died Wednesday from

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Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Astronaut, Dies at 90

All Things Considered

00:19 sec | Last month

Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Astronaut, Dies at 90

"11 astronauts has died. Michael Collins was part of the three member crew who went to the moon on the first lunar landing mission. But unlike Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, he never set foot on the moon. He stayed behind and piloted the command module as it circled above. Collins has died of cancer at the age of 90. MPR's

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Astronaut Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Pilot, Dead of Cancer

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Astronaut Michael Collins, Apollo 11 Pilot, Dead of Cancer

"NASA says Michael Collins has died he was ninety Collins made history on Apollo eleven Neil Armstrong was the first to set foot on the moon buzz Aldrin was with him Michael Collins was back in the command module speaking in twenty nineteen Colin says he'd always been asked wasn't I the loneliest person and the whole lonely history of the whole lonely solar system when I was by myself and that lonely orbit and the answer was no Michael Collins like going to the moon but I want to go direct to Mars his family says Michael Collins had been fighting cancer I'm at Donahue

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The Speech Richard Nixon Never Gave

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:45 min | Last month

The Speech Richard Nixon Never Gave

"On july twenty fourth nineteen sixty nine neil armstrong and buzz aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon during their time walking on the surface which only lasted about two and a half hours. They received a phone call from the president of the united states. Richard nixon for purposes. That will soon become obvious. I'd like to play the entire clip free now. And don't worry it's not very long kneeland is talking to you by telephone from the oval room house and this certainly has to be the most historic telephone. Call ever made from the white house. I just can't tell you how proud we all are what you have done for. Every american this has to be proudest day of our lives and for people all over the world. I am sure that they to join with americans and recognizing what an immense speak. This is because of what you have done. The heavens have become a part of man's world and as you talk to us from the sea of tranquility it inspires us to redouble our efforts to bring peace and tranquility to earth for one priceless moment and the whole history of man. All the people on this earth are truly one one in their pride in what you have done and one in our prayers that you will return safely to earth. The call caused some controversy. People objected to using the moment to put the emphasis on a political leader. Democrats were upset. Because nixon had only been president a few months and most of the apollo program had been developed under the kennedy and johnson administrations nonetheless. The controversy was rather minor and soon forgotten. The speech however wasn't the only speech that was prepared in the lead up to apollo eleven the nixon administration was thinking about what they say in their phone call to the astronauts nixon speechwriter. William safire was contacted by an astronaut and was warned about something that they should be prepared for in a new york times article nineteen eighty-nine where sapphire was a columnist for years. He wrote quote. Frank borman our liaison with the astronauts brought the image making You wanna be thinking of some alternative posture for the president. In the event of mishaps the blank looks at this techno jargon he added like what to do for the widows suddenly we were faced with the dark side of the moon planning death if it came would not come in a terrible blaze of glory. The greatest danger was that the two astronauts on the moon would not be able to return to the module in that event with no rescue possible. The men would have to bid the world farewell and closed down communication preparatory to suicide or starvation.

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Ford Extending Plant Shutdowns Over Chip Shortage

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Ford Extending Plant Shutdowns Over Chip Shortage

"Is extending. its plant shutdowns over a chip shortage. They just don't have the chips they need to make the vehicles they want so four ford plants in the us in one in canada will be shut down for the foreseeable future. Is the company responds to the global shortage of semiconductor.

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Chad's President Idriss Déby Dies After Clashes With Rebels

The Armstrong & Getty Show

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Chad's President Idriss Déby Dies After Clashes With Rebels

"In a statement says he considers his vice president the best in American history. President of Chad is reported to have been killed in battle. The central African nation of Chad says it's president of 30 years addressed. Debbie has bean killed in fighting between his military and rebel forces. His death comes only a day after he was declared the winner of an election earlier this month, securing a six term in power. Critics of the former army leader long accused him of repressive rule, but he was also seen as a

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Biden Says He Will Raise US Cap on Refugee Admissions

The Armstrong & Getty Show

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Biden Says He Will Raise US Cap on Refugee Admissions

"Assurances from the White House that President Biden is committed to raising the cap on refugee admissions. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan saying that on Fox News Sunday after the president was heavily criticized for not raising the cap, initially meantime, at our southern border migrants continue to flood checkpoints that the public sees any of this at all. They're seeing the Children and detention facilities. This tragic is that is The bigger problem that's going to have long term impact force are literally hundreds of thousands of really bad people that are coming across the borders that don't want to be caught. House Republicans got Franklin off Florida tells Fox and friends He wants construction of the border wall to be

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A Rebuttal of the Most Recent Bitcoin Environmental FUD

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:54 min | 2 months ago

A Rebuttal of the Most Recent Bitcoin Environmental FUD

"Listen i don't want to have to be reading this piece today in the same way that nick. Carter didn't wanna have to be writing it earlier. This week but mainstream media insists on continuing to peddle nonsense around the environmental impact of bitcoin and other parts of the crypto industry. So here we are today on long reads sunday. I'll be reading nick. Carter's peace on bitcoin. The gray lady embraces climate lysenko wisdom. How the new york times wields junk science in their attacks on bitcoin. I want to thank the formerly emma new york times. I read their latest article on bitcoin at five thirty. Am this morning. And i was immediately jolted into a state of alertness. No coffee needed their latest missive. On bitcoin's climate footprint is so poorly researched. That once i read it. I knew i had an immediate duty to push back. I've transcended resignation at this point. My current attitude is astonishment. I am simply amazed at the new york. Times published such shoddy work presumably. Someone at the new york times knows about bitcoin. Why would they put through such a week piece. did they not think it would face pushback. Here's the article in question in coin bases rise. A reminder crypto currencies us lots of energy. there's another equally in an article on. Nf from the same author. That i don't have time to get into but suffice to say the authors take on tees is woefully inadequate. The context here. Of course the new york times tried to take down coin base uber style by publishing hit piece after hippies on the company following see o'brien armstrong's commitment to keep the company focused on the core corporate mission advancing the usage of crypto currency and refusing to wade into any larry culture wars or political conflicts. Reasonable enough right. Not in. Current here is unforgivable. Crime of staying focused put a gigantic target. On coin basis back caused the nypd to direct considerable resources to tearing down the startup thankfully the nypd manifestly failed and was humiliated when coin bass rose above and had the most successful direct listing of all time yesterday and the third biggest public listing ever.

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Coinbase IPO: Here's What You Need to Know

Squawk Pod

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Coinbase IPO: Here's What You Need to Know

"Today's most important story obviously is coin. Based going public and direct listening potentially valuing the company at sixty five billion dollars or more as it becomes the first major crypto business to go public in the united states investors hailing it as a bit of watershed moment for crypto attracting investors encouraging institutions to play in the crypto space and some recent private trades have valued the company at almost one hundred billion dollars. Of course this morning on squawk box co founder and ceo. Brian armstrong talked about the company's connection to crypto. Here's what he said. We're also might follow an index to bat or eleven bet on the crypto space. More broadly. Because we're kind of selling picks shovels. We're helping people access and use this new technology. So i think we're gonna grow along with the crypto space but if we keep growing share then we'll sort of be an addition of of that on top of the price of crypto hopefully

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Africa of the problems that start off the coast eastern africa referring to the somali pirates piracy smuggling the result of venezuela's political and economic collapse. Telling you there's plenty to pay attention to in this here hemisphere. it's only anyway owns it. Armstrong and getty the best of armstrong. And getty you're listening to the best of the armstrong and getty show strong. Do you ever feel like you're always on these days. Everything is go go go. The nonstop puzzle has taken over. And it's kind of a lot but every now and then it's important to stop and chill when you choose to turn off. Choose the one beer that's made to chill coors light of course. Light is brewed with a three step cold process. It's cold buggered. Cold filtered and cold packaged the mountains. On course lights cold activated bottles and cans turn blue when chilled to perfection born in the rocky mountains of colorado in nineteen seventy eight course. Light is refreshing and crisp. it's mountain cold refreshment made to chill. That's why cores light is the one i choose when i need a moment of chill so when you want to reset reach for the beer that's made to chill. You can have course light delivered by going to get dot light dot com in finding local delivery options near you courses.

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Closely considered revision of your manuscript and and will recommend publication new gender place. And you've done very good work to address the issues clerk by arguments. Thank you for your contribution to gender place and culture. I wish i could play all of that for you. It's a video. We are posting at armstrong and getty dot com which has links to the relevant materials. Which are we are about to discuss this. Group of scientists designed a rigorous scientific study to prove the level of well i'll i'll read their onward.

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

06:05 min | 6 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"About their persistent worries. Here are the top. What worry low t. All right here you go speaking of which. I'm going to count up from number. Here's your top. Traditional top seven sexual poor firmin's or amount of sex is worried about on a daily or near daily basis by all means a quarter a man twenty three years. I've never worried about sexual performance. I always worry about amount of sex. Why those got lumped together. I don't get yeah yeah Moving up the list number. Oh well it doesn't matter mental health thirty two percent of people worry about it on a daily or near daily basis ability to provide for your family. Same are day all day. She'd have to shouldn't that be limited. The number of people who have a family. Well it's interesting that it's only for for instance. I don't worry about that. Tall thirty two percent. Say that says something about the state of american manhood. Yeah i didn't worry about much either. When the worst case scenario put all my stuff in my car goes morton. Bartenders physique thirty-three percent physical health forty nine percent finances fifty three percent and the number one response worried about it on a daily or near daily basis. Fifty four percent said my weight every day. I think about it. Every hell yeah. It's definitely today different physique. Wow that's a that's an interesting point. Yeah bigger cavs or something. I think that pretty big press. I think about my weight every day. You're listening to the armstrong and getty show. You're listening to the best of the armstrong and getty show and getty armstrong and getty the best deaf armstrong and getty survey of what it means to be a man a manly manly man. I'm intrigued by a lot of these results We talked about what men worry about. An daily or near daily basis and the top of the thing was your weight fifty four percent then finances. Who's right below it. But i worry about those things every worry. I don't know that. I worry. But i think about them. Those were the top ones. The bottom ones counting down to the bottom things you worry about the least well. It's guy it's the results. No it's it's the the fewest respondents cited. This is something they worry about on a daily basis. Gotcha nineteen percent. Said your hair or hairline. Now that i'd say if you're at the point where it's receding than you might worry once it's receded. The i've never thought about it a second in many decades. I feel bad for you. If you have to occupy your time with that your clothing or style is eighteen percent thirteen percent is the appearance of your genitalia. Never worried about that either. My answer. it's not the appearance of the number of appearances that concerns me Your height six percent. Never none of the above worries worries for romo. I don't worry about it anything. Thirteen percent how. How do you not worry about any of that stuff on a daily near. I don't know. I just forget about it. Ligo being a man at work how would you say it's an advantage to be mad at your work right now. Top response was taken more seriously twenty three percent. That's the highest number men make more money. Eighteen percent men have my my first answer off the top of my head would be. There is no advantage to being in a man at. Will you know what. I'm sorry. That i should have said that. None of the above is the number one response sixty percent. Why would there be an advantage. Well i can reach things on top of things i can. If there's something to be lifted generally I think women would many women woods would disagree okay Which is then so. That's what's that. I don't know my own privilege thoughts of male privilege. You might say. Because i don't i don't notice any advantages i but i would like to have women explain to me what the advantages are that i have. Yeah but as usual. We reached the point in the discussion of privilege. Where i say well. Let's uncool if there's discrimination. I'm against that. Now what am i supposed to do. Tax lyle bad or or punch myself in the face or pay reparations or what text line ladies ladies tell me what advantages. I don't recognize that. I have is a male at work. Four one five two nine five k. Ftc so sixty percents said no above. Would you how would you say it's a disadvantage to be humana your work right now. Number one response forty two percent greater risk being accused of sexual harassment. Clearly yeah none of the above tied at forty two percent a greater risk being accused of being racist or sexist. I already eight percent. I would go with the none of the above. I don't think there's any disadvantage to being a male at work either Well on a theoretical level being accused of sexual harassment. I guess neubauer think about it There's you know what there's a story this Civil rights activist gal. Sharia dixon coal pulled over by texas Copper who suspected her of dui and She claimed the trooper repeatedly told her he would let her go in exchange for sexual favors when he's she said. No trooper sexually assaulted her. The her lawyer jumped in social activists. Shaun king started posting baba. She made it all up. Made it all up and actually the lawyer guy said well what he said was he said. It is deeply troubling innocent. Parties are falsely accused. Than i am truly sorry for any trouble. Claims may have caused the officer and his family. I take full responsibility for amplifying. These claims to the point of national concern. That's a good apology by the lawyer by the way but that copper assured a greater risk of sexual harassment because he was a A being accused of it But again none of the above was the most popular answer.

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

07:57 min | 6 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"In your garbage disposal. And it's all slimy smell. Stop all other hygiene. You got people who take good care of themselves disgust. Get along wirebrush off to be able to bend around the big pipe cleaners exactly. Yeah so in my lifetime. I've been around many things with garbage disposals and not once. Have they ever just started on their own. But every time. I need to reach down into the saint to get something out of there. Yeah i'm ninety five percents sure. This thing is just chew up my arm and suck me down the drain. Yeah i literally use my right hand so that if it accidentally turns on i can still play guitar. You know. there's a switch under there you can just turn it off. Well that's uncommitted again never leapt into action on. Its own your life. Like i've never even heard of somebody say. Oh yeah my garbage. That just just turned on randomly. Nope but for some reason pillow would hurt. I get like standing on the ledge of tall. Buildings sweats when i need to reach in there and pull a spoon. Dropped afraid to grab something out of your gas fireplace. Keep your personal. That lehman are strong gang. You're listening to the armstrong and getty show armstrong and getty. This is the best of armstrong and getty. I burnt the living bejesus out of my tongue yesterday. Oh drinking hot coffee. Sorry to hear that worst. I've ever done still can't taste anything after decades of drinking coffee. Yeah no. I think the same thing when i do to myself how did i what. How could i not be good at this. Like when you hit your head your car gun in my car. A thousand times. Why did i smash my ear on the door. This time right not tasting. Anything is actually a superpower. If i could if if i had to lose one cents. I would willingly lose taste. Never never the other all essential to survival tell you the only thing that holds you back you'd give up one of the other ones were placed. The jury in life stylus my greatest delight. So you're gonna go through like blinds you can taste no way. No probably not. But i know my coffee and i put it in the microwave for ten seconds. Still not hot put it in for fifteen seconds still not hot and out of frustration. Fine put it in for now. You're on swick. I've done this before where it's in your mouth and you have like a million to the second do i. Is this so bad. I should spin it out. Yes yes all over the place to make a giant mess. Yes we're tough it out. I toughed it out. Man just seared my tongue. Oh boy he's got a taste right whether you like it was after. I hit my donut bottom. I believe i have hit my donut. Bottom and if you eat enough donuts you will have a doughnut bajo. Yeah look at the donut. Bottom on him or her. ooh what what. What was your doughnut. bottom. I just eat so many donuts yesterday. And it's in so many days in a row that i just just saying it almost made me wonder just now why i don't i don't know that i can ever even look or smell a donut ever again. I've known people who've gone on all sorts of different binges. I've never known anybody going out to a multiday donut donut everyday for fourteen days straight. Something like a hammer that you burn your taste buds off. You can just eat broccoli. It tastes the same as a doughnut. Exactly pretended sedona them. Long drawn the funny texture but yummy i was so i don't i you know i'm sure there questionnaires all over the internet. How you assess whether you're an alcoholic or not has drinking ever caused you to blank do you ever blank. Because you've been drinking people ever say you you're drinking is blank. I mean if you were to insert doughnut and send drinking in one of those questions. I'd be curious to say. Has your wife ever said honey. I think your dough nutting too much never gotten a fight when you need a donut. Have your kids ever say said daddy. Why are you donating. Have you ever walking up with a stranger. Because you've had too many are supposed to be writing these down path. You ever called in sick to work because you had too many doughnuts. The previous night crashed my car with doughnut between my legs. Ho boy over frosting everywhere. You know what it's funny. We got an email from a a lady. I wasn't sure whether to read it. Or not on the eric decided. I'm sure it's fine. Michael be quite inner on. It was about her daughter who had a couple of drinks college age young gal But but of of of legal age. I think she may have been twenty one. Twenty two had a couple drinks got for dui and the penalty that they were going to hit her with would have made it extremely difficult for her to keep her job and she would have big fines. Had no eight of pay them and gone into a spiral of you. Know terrible financial outcomes. But because mom and dad could hire an attorney in a good one her penalties were vastly reduced to the point that she could keep her job and go on with their life in boy that that email trouble me. I wasn't sure you know what are take should be or or i really wanted to think about it for a while before i brought it to you but that that bothered me well the the the we haven't decided as this we've decided as a society drinking driving's bed and we've come up with a penalty. I don't think anybody decided you know. Let's make the penalty of ru ruins your ruins your life right one when dui ruined your life right well. It went from six months with no license to four months restricted license. And it went from something like a month in jail to Know picking up trash on the weekends and gone to a bunch of aa meetings. I think not you i class. I liked the picking up trash the weekends and stuff like that. Yeah huge inconvenience all that sorta stuff and no. Bs celebrity my my a community service will be doing a commercial telling kids not to drink and drive. I've known i've known people got it got incredibly. Bs community service deals. But well and i would go for that. If i could love the idea of people picking up trash and stuff like that because it doesn't cost you anything Because as we were talking about a couple of weeks ago some of these proposals for making fines a proportion of your income or wealth of something because it does. It does have a huge difference. Chill a five hundred dollars fine for me today. Compared to when. I was twenty completely different thing. I'll please yeah be many many many multiples to get your attention. The way that five hundred dollars did back in the day depending on your status in life talking to y'all at this point but here's the deal guilt has sometimes. It's the other way around though it's meant to be a mild punishment and it's all huge punishments. Yeah for somebody who is because they don't have much money. Yeah but the idea that in a on offense like and i'm not being soft on drunk driving and well. Why did i even say that. If you think i am your idiot should probably find a dumber radio show listen. Her has been established and then the huge life changing difference in the repercussions are based entirely on person. A can afford to hire an attorney. Who's good sharpen will say the prosecutor fight you on every single aspect of this. I'd say most and make it a time. Consuming expensive maybe gets off completely or we meet in the middle all through my youth. The idea of hiring attorney. No madeup point you don't they. I can't hire an attorney and you might allow will the idea of it would have been laughable and.

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

07:29 min | 6 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"To the free market. You can design a false narrative about socialism. That sounds incredibly attractive. And if people take a quick look at it. It's clearly the best way to go. The free market takes a lot more understanding to to realize why it's so fabulous it takes a while So part of the problem is that untruths are designed to be persuasive. The truth is usually usually not always but often a bit more of a mess so a little more complicated and nuanced. The lie is designed like a torpedo to cut through the water efficiently and zoom. Do its target. It's unfortunate but you're telling pedo of lies exactly fake news become a white hot political and really cultural topic so it's so social media is just exploiting something that has always been. I mean i listen to a podcast yesterday where The smart people on there said unfortunately a lot of the things that we had going on in this country with polar ization and only wanting to believe one side and everything like that has been accelerated by technology. It's like the technology came along just the right time to export our weaknesses. Yes and there's an old saying sometimes a difference in degree is a difference in kind. If i can only get two cookies a day somehow me eating as many cookies as i can get. It's not a problem. If i can have many palace of them delivered to me meeting as many as i can becomes a terrible terrible problem. And that's why. I fear for democracy because the ability of people who would game it and screw it for their own benefit has exploded in. The modern era are strong of the armstrong. Anthony believe it or not. Twenty twenty is finally coming to an end not soon enough right well. What this really means though. Is that if you have a car. 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Why you'd ask the does in the middle of the night who are doing nothing else but reading these for advice on your relationship that supposedly some people find it soothing. They're your people. I know this sounds really weird but here it is. She says my boyfriend and i are both in their late twenties. My boyfriend and i have been together for three years. We met and started dating when we were both in graduate school. But i dropped out to go back to college to pursue a different career. We're both finished now. Live together making a fairly nice combined income. There you go. Our income is relevant because we could afford to eat somewhere. Nice when we're out in about but he always wants breakfast food you know. I think i need to set up. What's going to happen here. You can enjoy the background better okay. Every time they go to the waffle house. Dvd gets a fight with the cook. Knowing that hearing this story about both went to graduate school they make a decent income sound like normal successful people as she said. Our income is relevant because we could afford to eat somewhere. Nice when we're out and about but he always wants breakfast food. When he was a child his dad couldn't stand eating breakfast type food in the after noon or evenings so his mom would make him waffle slash pancakes eggs and bacon in the evening. I wonder is. Dad was busy or out of town. It's a wonderful and safe memory for him and when he goes to was happy place. He says that's where he goes. How interesting this okay. I boy friend is an incredibly nice and caring person. He's emotionally tuned into everyone in recognizes a rising issues a long time before they occur he loves animals and his kind and gentle with every bug broadened pet that he comes across the inevitable the inevitable. He's a wonderful guy before the but these more than wonderful every bug he come across problems before they occur. This is why i felt. It was important to set up where we're headed with this so you can take this in the time. Okay scratch your head okay. This is the guy that gets in a fight with the cook. Every time he goes to the waffle house he won't kill a bug. He says all almost as always willing to turn the other cheek and social situations where somebody tries to insult them get aggressive towards him and usually diffusing the situation and having a productive discussion about whatever the issue was freaking gandhi over here except it waffle house. Perf anytime we're out. He wants to go to the goddamn waffle house. Her words not mine are indeed. Careful now this is an issue that already exists that apparently he didn't recognize how many how many people are familiar with the waffle house. Vibe i think if they have not experienced it personally it's enough of a part of america. Americana they get it. I like me a waffle house i do. It is casual dining folks if you're not very casual like shirts are requested. Sobriety suggested easily observed. Now anytime we're out he wants to go the same. Gd waffle house and get breakfast food. I'm not a big eater. So i usually don't care. I would just drink coffee and read my book while enjoyed his food but that became impossible once he and this one cook started chirping at each other every time we want their own boy complained about his eggs one time because he likes them a little runny and they were served hard. The cook responded by giving him scrambled eggs when he brought it up again. The cook served them too hard boiled eggs. I think it was just part of the cook stick and it was kind of funny but my boyfriend wasn't able to laugh at off when we left. He was kind of a bad mood but we didn't really talk about it the next week we were like.

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Armstrong & Getty

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Love. That i couldn't love it more. That's great but it's long. How about this back to backer. This is john may or may not be as real name. I don't know that a cop for about thirty years and spent over half of it supervising and managing jails few things to consider the iron rule of jails. If an inmate wants to harm himself it is impossible to prevent it. that's interesting in talking epstein here And then he tells a story that just a oh. It's so crazy. A motel it in the next half hour. don't have time right now but oh oh man But long and short of it is once you compress the carotid artery the flow of oxygenated. Blood is restricted and the subject loses consciousness in less than ten seconds. So there's no fighters struggled for life that's how auto erotic deaths occur at. I hate thinking about that. And jails are understaffed guys blah blah blah. He goes on. It's just it can't be stopped if he wants to. And then this from oh who had similar work. For many many years there's no way epstein could suicide without assistance. Dr right the best masks. I've seen and they say armstrong and getty on them you can get one at armstrong and getty dot com armstrong and getty. Sh you know sometimes in the fall and winter. Well actually a lot of times. I liked abba heineken. The heineken loggers my favorite family friends. Having a cigar. listen. I got a socially distance. I don't have to socially distance from heineken. this holiday heineken. Is that everybody can agree on perfect for even the pickiest person on your list. Pick up some holiday heineken or have them delivered straight to your door and no matter who the lucky recipient of heineken. Turn out to be. Make sure everybody enjoys responsibly. Blogger nothing better especially during the winter and fall..

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Armstrong & Getty

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Asked a lifeguard back down. She kind of laughed and said yan. All the kids had to climb down the ladder. But you don't realize that. The last time i was on a diving board as a senior in high school probably i didn't think was the last time i'll ever do this. The i played the trumpet almost every day for eight years. Something like that. And i played. My last note is a senior in high school at some point. I'm remember one and have never touched a trumpet sense in for that. The world is great and a lot of other things that you do it. It's funny how the works. you don't know it at the time. This bitter sweet man. that's that's melancholy. The pool recognized that as a sign of weakness and take your popsicles late august. Take guys money drive his car on the long. Hey guys no stones cab. I need to go up old man. Wow well this is how this is how the young guerrilla takes the harem from the old town over the head with their mighty fists. Armstrong and getty. You're listening to the armstrong. you know. Sometimes in the fall and winter well actually a lot of times. I like to have a heineken The heineken loggers my favorite family friends. Having a cigar. Listen i gotta socially distance. I don't have to socially distance from heineken. This holiday heineken is a gift that everybody can agree on. Perfect for even the pickiest person on your list. Pick up some holiday heineken or have them delivered straight to your door and no matter who the lucky recipient of heineken. Turn out to be make sure everybody enjoys responsibly. Heineken lager nothing better especially during the winter and fall..

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Armstrong & Getty

02:41 min | 6 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

02:21 min | 7 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"I wake. I don't want i'm not. I'm not here to lecture anybody. But i am working as hard as i can to re stretch my attention span and i think is probably a good idea largely. You're one of the reasons why i picked up a booking. A physical book for the first time was late last week and i just. I wanted to exercise that part of my brain. They didn't say it in this article. They mentioned in the article the common example of this. If you don't think you're doing when's the last time you stood in line at the grocery store without getting your phone out for instance they used and i did that just yesterday. Actually meant the grocery store. Okay there's two people in line better get out my phone and get a little input of some sort but that would be the first place to start. I think quit acting like standing in line for two minutes is going to kill you. I just i think you have to once you understand that being slightly bored is good. Your brain is doing something it needs to do once you start understanding that you look at it as a positive. It's much easier to do. I'm just speaking from my own experience. Now clearly is clearly a positive. That's that's just just some discipline and it's always the excuse. I'm making excuse to myself. Oh maybe my wife texted something else. She needs from the store. That's my excuse to get my phone out. Then when i see that. There's not a text from her then i'm off to. I better check the headlines. Oh look trump said this or whatever maddening to so. We're at eight seconds for attention span. That's not very long. We go to four in the next twenty years or five years the sean wells but he is going to be restricted shouting danger danger. Ron just think of how many projects will get started. I don't know how many will finish but there's going to be so many people start all sorts of stuff we've heard from people in the radio business stat. How long does it take before people decide whether they like this song or not. It's about that six or eight seconds So you gotta hook them that for six or eight cigarettes. Don't boris went to the corner and it goes to seconds. I don't know what you do other than just yell. Fire or sex. Those are about the only things food goods. That's get sacks okay. I'll tune in for another two seconds. Almost lost what was that about. Check out the great new swag like the new masks. It armstrong and getty dot com..

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Armstrong & Getty

02:04 min | 7 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Sit something stronger. I i pulled it back from the bruno. This and any one of us that has ever gotten school has to be honest about this. The relationship between a teacher and a student is subjective and you know and can ultimately influence things like grades and when we have a system. I'm not in any you know. I'm have you know i'm supportive of our teachers as you know anybody out there. But we're re have a system where you know the well-made majority of our teachers are white but the majority of our students are latino or apple okay. Is that a big leap. We're certainly not saying that. We're automatically assuming things so we are looking at numbers and knowing that the relationship between the teacher and a student can affect the student's grade knowing that we've got a mismatch between the experiences of our students and the experiences of our teachers and knowing that we have a disproportionate number of students of color who are receiving these active compared to white students. It means there's a problem there. We've got what you are a racist Sir and you're trying to make up for that The the subjective relationship by making it entirely subjective. What a strange philosophy facing the best masks. I've seen they say armstrong and getty on them you can get one at armstrong and getty dot com armstrong and getty where you were when the golden state killer was arrested. Your moderator on the zodiac killer separating. Darren search a new challenge enter salt. They hit podcast. That puts you at the center of the investigation. Solve is like no other mystery. My guest you'll piece together evidence to track down killers hiding in plain sight. Your cases are waiting for new. Episodes of psalm are available now on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Walk wherever you get your podcasts. One crime four suspects. Can you solve it..

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Armstrong & Getty

05:42 min | 9 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

03:58 min | 10 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Goal and I got it off craigslist. So I got a really good one like you'd have at a school gym. Yeah. For a fraction of the price because once their kids are done with it, they just wanted out of there. You're very thrifty. Yeah Awesome. So it's super heavy. So he had a loaded into the back of my truck with a attractor and then I had to use my tractor to get out of the back of my cow. Wow. Yeah. It's. It's. It's a serious piece of equipment, but it's adjustable. So guess what I got to. Quite a boss. Oh my God was Duncan throw it down pigments, Dow Times that you hang on the rim too long and ended up flat on Your Valley I'm behind. Hanging. Fantastic Oh. Yeah. Hakkinen. That's my new workout. Don't on children seven foot six inch. lebrun Armstrong bringing it. Michael I think we need transition music. To freedom-loving today today I love them both so much Cantu, I can't choose one. I from one Ronald Reagan. I hope we once again have reminded people that man is not free unless government is limited there's a clear cause and effect here that is as neaten predictable as law physics as government expands liberty contracts. Yeah, that's pretty good and then perhaps even more succinctly an I you know it's funny. I've been a a student of great fan of H L Mencken since I was late in my late teens early twenty. If you WANNA make in book the impossible H. L.. MEKA's accommodation of his newspaper Columns and subsidy. Fantastic. But. This this might be my favorite quote of all time. I am going to get not a shirt emblazoned on this. I'm going to get ten t shirts emblazoned with us I'm going to get sweatshirts I'm going to get sweaters I'm going to emblazoned on the legs of Pants. I'm going to buy a five hundred dollar suit have tailored than have this printed off the bat suit coat. And I quote. The urge to save humanity is almost always a false face for the urge to rule it. I rest my case ten for the next three and a half hours of show. This is Great Jeff Honorary Producer Jeff sent this along it's a poster appears to be in a classroom seven things. He needs to hear. One I. Love You too. I'm proud of you. Three I'm sorry for I. Forgive you five I'm listening six communism of his failed every time it was. Seven you've got what it takes. Find. Love that I couldn't love it more. You know that's great but it's long. How about this aback tobacco. This is John May or may not be as real name I don't know. But a cop for about thirty years and spent over half of it, supervising and managing jails. Few things to consider the iron rule of jails. If an inmate wants to harm himself, it is impossible to prevent it. That's interesting. Talking Epstein here. And then he tells a story that just. Oh it's so crazy. We'll tell in the next half hour. Don't have time right now but oh oh man. but long, and short of it is once you compress the corroded artery, the flow of oxygenated blood is restricted and the subject loses consciousness in less than ten seconds. So there's no fighter struggled. That's how auto erotic deaths occur hate thinking about that. And jails are understaffed guys. Blah. He goes on it's just it can't be stopped if you want to and then this from Mo who had similar work for many many years, there's no way Epstein could suicide without assistance. Dr Right. Armstrong and getty listening to the best of the Armstrong and getty show..

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

03:50 min | 10 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"So these are the top ten things, people with children consider a parenting win according to a survey of. Two thousand parents of children ages two to eighteen. I thought I worried about my kids when they're our kids. Worry more now nobody told me this was going to happen. Number ten successfully distracting your child will passing the toil so they wouldn't beg for a new toy. And it was a good one. I consider that a victory. Number nine successfully bathing your child without any tantrums. This is obviously for younger children. You're not bathing your children at this point that time was a gas back in the day now as an infant, it was problematic, but once they got. Past really infancy it was just fun. Yeah. Time. Oh man the good times. Then when it ends, it's over and it's just that's over. Yeah like all of a sudden the bow had I'm taking a shower I remember what a Henry who's the youngest of my two when he said I don't want bath toys in the bath tub anymore over now no more bath toys forever last week I was squirting you with fishing your squirting me with the alligators because you prefer the alligators bad. Okay sorry. Hoof number eight getting your child to bed without any tantrums at the getting the kid to bed Ho boy. That's A. Boy. Getting into the famous Samuel. Jackson, read from that book. Blank to sleep. Yes. She said that is so true. Oh number seven getting child to finish their homework I am dealing with that on a nightly basis. Stay focused. When you secretly think why does my kid have so much homework and their age, but it varies there are some school districts that have none now on the parents are saying what's going on here as there are no studies that show, it's a good idea. Homework date. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah it doesn't help. But some people really believe in it and some people don't. Yeah. I would trust the data I suppose. Papers and stuff like that. If you did forty minutes of good solid instruction than fifteen minutes of practice, and then you know five minutes of correcting or tutoring little extra for the kids who struggle I think that probably be pretty effective you're. Keeping your child occupied on a long car ride that's a parenting when. The, the glow in boxes now taking care that. Yeah. No kidding. That's true. I'll skip the number one getting your child, eat their vegetables easily. Armstrong and getty. To the best of the Armstrong and getty show Armstrong and getty. Armstrong and getty. Pre. Your freedom of quote of the day from Lord Acton this history of freedom and Christianity was Leonard quoted. In. What's his name? The road serfdom. Nothing freedom. Platoon eighty ever given to the world was thrown away because the passion for equality made vain the hope for freedom..

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Armstrong & Getty

03:17 min | 10 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"And and took me a long time to calm down for that, and then a bunch of concern of whether I did the right thing or not since it turned out. Okay. Ultimately Oh. Yeah. I'm almost positive. If the guy had swung on the old man, I'd open my door and I'd had to get involved although who knows happened at that point my my thinking was you know it's like the cops cops are good at escalating or de escalating wherever I thought the second I open this door. It's about him in me. I know how it is. I've been in bars fights happen the girl the whatever that started this no longer. It's at its you about me Oh you think you can stop this it's between you just challenged. Challenged him and nothing matters at that point except for him and maybe his friend who feels like he's been challenged also taking me on. So I stayed in my car. and. They didn't swing on the Guy Thank God I don't know what I would have done if ahead my wife said, you know I I didn't think this time she said, here's what I've done in the past and I wish I would have done this I. Wish I wish I roll down my window and said call the police throw on the way I think that would have had I think they high tailed out of there right away could be I think I would have ended it immediately. Yeah. Yeah. I remember that in the future that's a good one. Or you can actually call the police. Oh, it was so fast through. It was. It happened so fast and it was this close to the guy swinging on the old man nf if time to get out my phone and like figure out the calling again. Yeah. I'm here at the and now it was this was all in the span of eight seconds maybe I'm well okay. All right. Well, let's blink of an eye and I'm glad the less tweaked up guy know cooler heads prevailed God. You can just see how these sort of things unfold Bo the sort of thing you read about in a newspaper or see on TV where. You know I'm sure that guy was just. One lack of impulse away from actually hit me old guy and then you know you don't know what happens at that point. Sure. Yeah horrifying. I. Don't Know How many punches I can take from big old swap guys at this point and I'm not seventy, right? Yeah. They're all he other thing he said the old guy and he's he he owns the place he's he's like six five but he's no man he said when I was younger I wanNA kick their ass. I believe. Her into I know go. This is what happens when you live in a democratic state. How interesting is that in the heat of he had to know he was almost in a fight with these two guys in the heat of that. That's the first thing in his mind was things have gone to hell around here I know the area he's talking about and lawlessness has exploded in the area because it's been permitted because of Utopian policies because of wishful thinking about crime. You're listening to the best of the Armstrong and getty show strong and getty. Today's episode is brought to you by meow mix looking for cat food with chart topping taste head to target and pick up Amex. The cat food causing purred ammonium everywhere with one hundred percent complete bounce nutrition for various life stages shop with target circle and save fifteen percent meow mix cat food the only one cats ask for by name..

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Armstrong & Getty

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Me? Armstrong and getty listening to the best of the Armstrong and getty show Ormes strong and getting the best of Armstrong and Getty Shawna. Hawaiian rugs as they do about everything about the whole Corona virus down the front. Don't China really shouldn't I got a couple of stories on that and it reminded me well first of all in the whole corona virus thing my son got the regular old influenza. There's a type A and type B I didn't know any of this stuff before Thursday by the way when my son got the flu and then we're at. One. Hundred five temperature rating up on it and everything like that. But there's a type A and type B, and he got the type A, which is either h one, n one or h three and five or something they haven't. May know it's type aid and figured out that other part. was worse near the but anyway well, and there's there's not a lot they can do. Right. So it's No. You have it for a long day through the woods and just try to nurse you through it. So your high fever will last five days law five. That's so rough and no medicine I mean he was a hundred and five on Thursday and he was still a hundred and three on Saturday night all my goodness Forlani. Cloths or something like like I know there's nothing. Away but that makes sense here. But anyway so the the regular old flu is horrible and it kills thousands and thousands and thousands of people wherever you're listening people in your town, your state or dying by the dozens. How of the regular old flu? How many children did you save already died of the flu in the United States this year as of Saturday morning it was fifty four right now if fifty four kids died at the corona virus I think we would we would we would cease to function as a nation Larrabee national panic. And it's just strange and listen I'm not in favor of ignoring the corona virus 'cause it's new. It appears to be fairly deadly nobody's immune to it and and we don't know how insane it could be but the flu is here and it's two years ago was killed sixty, one, thousand American. Thousand American and you did you do you even know that? No, you didn't know that. ADDS the flu I hear about it every doing a half hour news feature on the corona virus that six people got an American nobody's died wash your hands..

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Armstrong & Getty

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"A cab. The cello is more body noise issue. More caroni. I think there was you know the saving grace for my parents? Because I played trombone, it was more flatulent then like badly played trumpet, which is Shrieking Nightmare. It really is. And I was talking to the day about how you get older, you you don't you don't realize the last time you've ever done something when you're younger until you get older remember last. Was it this summer? Lesson was this summer that I crawled down the diving board, the pool or last summer home I was going to the diving board at and I got out there and the high dive out there on the end, and it occurred to me. You haven't been on a diving board in thirty five years. And then I thought what if the cold water gives me a heart attack and I die, so that happens I asked the lifeguard. What my age what you know! How many other guys! My Age were on the diving board that day or any other day? Any other none. Anybody even close. So when I asked a lifeguard climb back down, she kind of laughed and said Yeah and all the kids had to climb down the ladder. But. You don't realize that the last time I was on a diving board as a senior in high school. Probably I think this is the last time I'll ever do this. The I played the trumpet almost every day for eight years. Something like that and I played. My last note is a senior high school. At some point I'm remember when and have never touched a trumpet sense in for that the world is grateful and a lot of other things that you do. It was funny how life works yen? You don't know it at the time. This bittersweet man that's that's melancholy. The kids at the pool recognized that as a sign of weakness and take your popsicles later on in the afternoon. Just take that guy's money. Drive his car on the party. Hey Hey. Guys knowstone stones. Gab! I need to go. Man. Wow well. This is how this is. How the young guerrilla takes the Harem from the old. Pound you over the head with their mighty fist. And Getty listening to the best of the Armstrong and getty show, Armstrong and getty. Armstrong and Getty mailbag. Point.

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Armstrong & Getty

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"They have that. Most parts of the world either right I am scanning this a short history of cows part one article. Sixty seven years. Since nineteen, sixty, two many you can hear. Later Time Sean. When out of time to finish that now well, I said at the beginning of this for looking for stuff to talk about, and I think we fulfilled. That I want to know more about cows. This fascinating. Look at bucket, cow, the leave you with this. The discovered that modern cattle are the descendants from a single herd of wild ox from over ten thousand years ago. There you go. Wow, so they had about five thousand good years before that dude came along with sword. Lop Their heads on. I was enjoying my Cowan. You had to show ruined everything. Now Macau's gotten ahead and I got no arms. Eight you. This is the best of Armstrong and getty during our podcast one more thing. Get More Info at Armstrong and getty dot com Armstrong and getty stuff armstrong and getty. Second or less attention span in. Modern America. Yes I've heard this that in just a second is I was flying. He's already distracted. Like a damn fruit fly. We now have less of an attention span than goldfish according to scientists. which famously have a very? Short attention span. It's crazy because I've never lost to a goldfish a staring contest I we. We got into kite flying in the last couple of days at my house and The Easter Bunny brought kites and again I don't understand the tie in there. I. Don't know if that's a Jesus ascending to heaven, or if there's really no Jesus Tien and it's just a it's spring. CAPITAL IS A. was wasn't and breezy, but so we were. Restarted flying kites I'd never really flown a kite successfully in my life. I'm like Charlie Brown. I can step out on the windiest of days in the wind goes to zero immediately I'm Charlie rats school fly a kite to the highest height. Was it a chasm from Mary poppins? I Dunno I twenty year a straight man, so I don't like middle of the twentieth century musicals or some? The KABIRA bouncer of some sort that called you Charlie Brown from across. Now, that's what I was in Mexico. On my honeymoon. You walk through those bazaars and people are trying to get your attention I'd right. Hey Johnny Brown. THEY MISTER CLEAN Malaria trying to sell you like drugs and hose right well. The everything over things knockoff drugged up. Hoes, knockoff expensive purses. And as you get closer, and you look at it, you. You need some smoke Charlie Brown. Girl Lebron. Cuisine girls. Could Call, me Mr Khalid. Their your sales technique. Hey, Fatso, can I get? Help anything. Hey, big nose! One of my watch a big nose. Kiss My. Might WanNa Buy Watch, but not from you. So back to the kite flying, so we got a couple of nights, and I was able to get it up in the air on a medium windy day, and it's the first time I'd ever actually flown a kite. My entire life and both my kids got the tied up and they really enjoyed it. We really enjoyed it as such a old tiny slow paced activity I it, it's so different. From what we normally do that. It was striking. In that it was just you know Kinda relaxing and staring and quiet and minor adjustments every couple of minutes. And how was their engagement? Before they started to want to run back to mile after my youngest son got various problems, so he can't. He can't stay tuned. Anything or anything, but SAM has gotten into it. And then yesterday he couldn't wait to get out there and he was out there about the as out there for an hour flying kites awesome. HOW MUCH STRING THERE! SKYCAP! Key it was. It was way up there though I mean. Trying to get a picture and was too far up to get a picture. If your more long string and you just like extended out. On. Yeah just stand out there harder. The Kite and shifts. Are you asking me if I know how to make a square not? So. Yes, they could extend the street until it goes cleared the sun and just burns up. there is something awesome. Literally striking. Aw, when you have a kite way way up high, and you're still connected to it. And you feel the pull of it way up there the breezes and his I. Don't know there's something. It's almost scary that the kite is up there that high in your controlling it. I always loved that as a kid, but on the slow pace of it and everything like that, there's there there is something happening. That just seemed inherently good. That was happening with my brain and I could feel it and I don't think people have used to have to. Go out of their way to find a time when their brain felt like that, but it just it's just I. Could I could tell that good things were happening to my my whole body in my brain. The pace it what we doing this? Rag A Computer Riley. See! That's what the neuroscientist believe. Sean nailed it. Yeah, I don't know. You're you're fi. It's when you do your filing and connecting thoughts and finding patterns and stuff like that it's essentially a hard drive cleanup like it just kind of reorganizes and and sets things in a much more efficient manner, free computer lot times computers when they fractional files and stuff, and it clogs over time. These fractional things will slow down your performance. He you had to do a defragment than your computer runs gradient Yeah, well, then. That's exactly what is happening. I mean, don't you? What one of the few upsides to this whole Chinese Bat? Death thing is after the show. I just sit in my backyard. Look at the bushes and listen to the birds, the good good for the soul. so I. I don't have a little kid saint. Yeah, so that helps an and trying to do the home. Schooling thing in the midst of everything else that goes on in the household, just good God good to be busy. It is not relaxing. It is not relaxed. Oh Lord but back to the second attention span things so they. Knew surveys show that? The average attention span is fallen to eight seconds down from twelve year two thousand, so if it's gone from twelve seconds to eighteen twenty years. In twenty more years, or we're going to be down to four and then twenty four twin one hundred zero none have no attention span whatsoever. My guess is that these things aren't scaling linearly probably in that'll be quicker than twenty years before we get down to the whatever are like four seconds less is now. Yeah, yeah, well. This research was actually from two thousand sixteen. I have a feeling that it's shorter than eight now. and we all know our attention spans have gotten shorter attention span is defined by the amount of concentrated time on task without becoming distracted I'd love to know what it was in nineteen seventy I'd love to know it was in nineteen twenty. What attention span was oh. Yeah, yeah, back, you know novel like Moby Dick Would have a chapter on different sorts of Wales I mean just. Dries Abon so an officer at Microsoft. Who is involved in this study, said the true scarce commodity of the near future for all retailers, politicians, parents, everybody will be human attention. That's why so much politics is so dumb right now. Or so simple, maybe I should use the word simple. Because you can't trust people to stick with you. Through a three sentence argument. I was shocked that Obama put out a twelve minute video. Yesterday's on I. Go Mania, I think I think that was him being.

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