20 Burst results for "Aswell"

"aswell" Discussed on Bowl of Life

Bowl of Life

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"aswell" Discussed on Bowl of Life

"Know right now like supplemented with college and is very popular and You know i think gelatin is for like you're now a growth in in all that. So how how. What are some things we can do like. That keeps that plant based friendly. Are there plant based options for that. I know for myself. Infants thinking about a lot lately just seems like just in the last few months every time i wash my hair. I'm like coming like more. More hair is coming off a hands. And i'm like what is what is going on. I i really care so you can really tell but you know i'm like that's not gonna last long if i keep finding here in my drink. Yeah as you mentioned Collagen is a big one and the reason collagen is so big is because e helps out of body absorb and produce more caring and caring is the main component of hair. So if we have a high supply of carotene obviously the result at the end is gonna be Stronger shinier Thicker hair which is are one so yes if you wanna know exactly what to eat for example for care team so you we can have a higher supplies candidate in. Its lagoons qinghua. Mushrooms dark leafy green stem pay arguments. She eats like great kidding in producing foods so we should really It does definitely on a daily basis and if possible over the intake in another amazing component of hair is by a team or or vitamin b. Seven affirmative action my yet. I think i mentioned to you my husband. He really likes. Yeah i'm biting is great for hair skin and nails and you know people take some vitamin b. or by attain supplement. But you can also give from eating bananas cauliflower. Legalzoom's abba cows you know. These foods are very rich in via teen and again it's like we are where we eat. So if we if this is what we are consuming this what we're giving her body advisor will return with strong hair. Beautiful

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"aswell" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

06:38 min | 10 months ago

"aswell" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

"When does prophesy and your mouth says something negative you have diffuse the blessings of god. So i'm close hebrew. The full this is what is going to happen to does the farthest to receive a blessing. As i'm pretty feel like giving up afraid let's move around. This is what's going to be. Embarked differ between those who has periods. What i'm seeing and not for onto ass onto homily that everybody has had a message on to us. Was the gospel. What i've come to spoke to at a boss is the goodness at good. Knew you at drbble is now tended into a quit ami on to us was the gospel prest aswell as onto them but the wet which did not profit did not profit them because they did not extend with v as poking go hunt. It's about to for your ghost hunter. But but if you don't believe it was this as saas of these hopeful. The epidemic at this were people. You want to see yourself driving. You're moving around the business deuba. Who's secon seat because board is best saying about your own destiny. You spout goes power to do for you. So isaiah forty four six. I'm closer as their forty four. Twenty six he said that is isaiah. Forty four let's from twenty four twenty four is it does say download that redeem redeeming from everything you have been here is actually tell does he. That formed the in the modest. He's picking it doesn't last weather but as you tell. He said that. I am the law. All these i'd make all these independent has set you. I'm going to do and make all these are all. This has punt a job at business travel opportunity. Whatever you want to think of to become he can make it for you and make office at all new need. I don't need an instrument. Only let there be and so elliott's who believe our saying and it will come true. Okay i make all things. Okay i stuck my hands over the heavies alone. I if you need it from heaven i can bring to. You did it from the f. i can give it to you. Go home denver. Thirty six jumped twenty six. He said i'm the lord i go. So he said and he said i confirmed the west of nine sevens and then god has become famous. I confirm that waste mouth to see about his hand to pay to paint firm the west of my seventh and i pay for the council of my missing. If i'm a message sent to your life from today meet a lot. Not only confirm it but me he paid for at that. The lord is good to confirm its form. It's for that you can say the sunshine. Everybody has risen lord. I thank you for your aware that i've been speaking over. My life was speaking. I d- lit up your son. Frederick nobody thank you. Thank you for your way. Thank you for your way. Thank you for your way. Thank you for your way before your way your way bestseller the loan to be. But i'll say i don't your bed sauter off owen out sad father thank you. That's the balls does situated somewhere by.

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Lama Migmar Tseten on the Play of Mahamudra

The Wisdom Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Lama Migmar Tseten on the Play of Mahamudra

"So welcome to tonight's wisdom chat. Thank you for joining us Tonight's a special night for two reason. It's the full moon of suck. Dawa is the first reason the second reason is joined by lama. So welcome lama. Lama make the longtime buddhist chaplain at harvard university. He graduated from central institute applied to tibetan studies at sanskrit university. in baranovsky. he served as the head of the sake. Santa in pro india and also the sake monastery in poorer walla. Mike myers the founder of the sake institute for buddhist studies in cambridge massachusetts. Where he's a popular teacher and tonight. We celebrate llamas new book. The play of mom would welcome lama and thank you for joining us. I'm more so tonight. We're going to start with because it. Saka dawa lama is gonna lead us in a few prayers. So i'm going to handle the alignment ma and he would lead us in these press anger daniel and welcome everyone for this dot much app pan also to celebrate the launching of my book so will reside refuge tibetan in celebration of the saga. So as you may know saga dawa independent mittens mondo the our our shocker. So this is one of the. Most holiest month within the buddhist calendar because during this month both was born Today is actually the poor nima so pool moon of this. I've got the la doing which was fully enlightened aswell as he entered into ma putting need wanna

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"aswell" Discussed on Emerging into Greatness With Sade Popoola

Emerging into Greatness With Sade Popoola

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on Emerging into Greatness With Sade Popoola

"I just feel like i'm not flowing over else to explain it so i went at the time to a degree a colin intercultural studies As all nations College degree was very difficult with kids. How i keep an extra kid it will while the degree and bucks for my so yeah. That's what happened. The then for my dissertation. At the time. I decided to. Because i had the option of doing our pathways. What they call it spoke to my. I spoke to my costly down outside. I feel like. I want to do something i wanted a movie. 'cause i'll just go back to be. I had studied performing at proud. Today's i had talked about doing movies. I've been involved in a few like acting. You know but for me. I just thought hang okay. An with also encouragement from a couple of people might this movie you know and my costly russia's really excited again go for it so that's when i started walking on unveiled truth can which is such a seeks and we ask press ever worn out thirty six were. It wasn't have to make a as it wasn't just me. I had so i was produced. As one of the producers iden- director that had several directors. I was produced by my sister. Walked with aswell and there were several rights hours. One onto writers as well but i produced i produced. It's up produced would produce ten to six episodes of the unveils truth Some of was shot in nigeria. Almost show and the uk someone shot in the usa so we had different directors. We had actors from all over the place so yeah it ended up being six episodes not welcomes but we did embiid shots in episodes and then if you think that would be the rest. Many tops was shooting here and in nigeria. Char an it was. It was tough but it was exciting. Mas at the time. I mean there's so much off leant over time and i've said this to your ide- but yeah at the time i didn't have the money i needed for example i had to trust good. I guess. Go make me where. I was at the time i remember. I sometimes onset waking up and and the production money guessing to me. We don't have any money. And i'm like god we don't have any everyone was unsettled actually on somewhere and i'm like we don't have any money means. There's no food to eat. That money's put foil you know how. Nigeria one who's calling the generators. There's only to fall in the vehicle that's going to take us to the location alec. Okay god there is no money you know and we saw got providing amazingly awesome ways. You know like that's day before. I go talk. Bad deals hundred Accounts you know what you know. And that's how i did it. One one step at one time for us with the own village truth will it was. It wasn't easy and like i said we did talk over. You know it wasn't just a one time thing. We did it twice. We did a few episodes detecting episodes without waiting. I went back again. Y yeah any sorry. I need to stop you there because Somebody who has you know decided to take the plunge you'd start with something really difficult so you were. You were basically. Did it take you to do this. Because i'm thinking in my head if you're traveling between shores nigeria and the uk. Niger and the uk eventually finished. It's always at something that you had known that. Hey this is gonna take time we just gonna do three and they will do ten and they will do what did you do..

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"aswell" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

Beyond the Wheel

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

"Hire that way. So they're all contractors manufacturing pretend people then in the old sabir office about five. So we're pretty small still but we I thought the opposite. I thought that sounded like a large operation actually for being so new young coming. I think it's pretty amazing. How many of these things were selling. It's very much surpassed expectations. But i guess people just Like i don't know 'cause onto the idea get the idea pretty quickly and are in love it so. That's great that you bring in fulltime veers tier to to help with the sales. I imagine you know. Nobody sells it better than a full time. Rv'er that's using it. That's absolutely right and our big push now so we do. All director consumer sales right. Now we wanna get these things in dealerships and so by having a distributed salesforce like that. I can have people show up at the dealership dumb other products. There's no better way to sell this product and to show somebody it so it helps a lot. And yeah i mean i want to support people who i mean the fulltime. Rv lifestyle and huge proponent of. It's obviously growing very very rapidly right now especially with code and some people out of work to and i want to support them and i want to support people in our community. I mean this is a product built for this community right so yeah that's the thinking. I make an effort to To try and get those people to help and they know. Rv's right so that doesn't hurt either. Yeah the rv manufacturing right now is having a big boost because covert. Is that what you guys are experienced. Okay your experience aswell. Yeah we get a lot of customers who are saying. Yeah you know. I have my. Rv is on order. But it's four months backlog or something like that. I think airstreams are like six or seven months at this point. It's crazy. I have a saying that You know you always hear in local communities they say like by local or shop local may have those local shopping days every year where they want everybody to go shop at the local stores instead of the big box stores and i always say that about are being i shop. Rv local by from from fulltime our viewers that have products absolutely. I couldn't agree more my you know..

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"aswell" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"Let's get into a little bit of games specific stuff everything again. Obviously a nice run defense is a thing. I don't think it matters much in the long run. But this was for against a dolphin team that really doesn't Rush the ball that well. This was fairly surprised. Well, I just think it comes back to the fact that really all year long. I've kind of thought that flying under the radar was the Patriots lack of first and down first and second down Edge Defenders game that can really said a sturdy edge of that's the scheme that they're going to continue to run moving forward and they're not going to go to some of these one gabbing penetrating style defense has that we see more and more across the NFL if they're going to stick to the boss two gabbing style. They are going to have to upgrade at Edge this offseason whether it's a guy in free agency that they bring in or someone like that and I think last year was Van Noy and Collins and and suck on and so forth. I think we got a little bit. I don't know. I think Bill thought that he could plug in play certain guys there like a Simon like some of the rookies like a winovich and it just hasn't really worked out that way. So I yeah, yeah, and and that I think has been the linebacker level is a problem too. I think really the whole front seven needs an upgrade in a lot of spots and they could use a nose tackle. Certainly that could eat up some blocks in the song. Along with Lawrence guy, but not being able to set the edge of the defense and really failing multiple times and doing that today. That was a big big problem for them against the Rams as well. It's been a problem all year. The Niners game with the Niners ran all over him that was often off the edge or attacking those Edge Defenders. So guys like John Simon, you know, he's a great Patriot. He's at that lunch pail type of guy bring the heart hath to work all that kind of stuff. But at the same time that player maybe works out a little bit better when you have a Dante Hightower and you have a Kyle Van Noy and you have Jamie Collins you have guys on the defensive or I can defeat box. And now when they don't have that Talent around a John Simon is easily exposed and if somebody that's a little bit, you know more in the conversation as like a regular every-down player, which has been a major concern on the edge setting setting the end of the defense against the Run. We all want to talk about why when if it doesn't laying why would if it doesn't play well that big thirty five yarder you can see that's cool. Winovich isn't playing. He got bullied right off. The ball doesn't do enough dream aswell yet. You know, I mean it is what it is. Right? And and that's just a this front seven of the defense was a concern going into a year. It was a concern all season long and then it kind of figured itself out in certain matchups against Baltimore against Arizona. They had some good run defense games, but they'll big picture and large picture is that the run defense in the front seven needs a lot of fine-tuning in the offseason. That's for

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Patriots Defense Needs Fine Tuning In The Off Season After Run Defense Dooms Playoff Chances in Miami

New England Patriots Press Pass

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Patriots Defense Needs Fine Tuning In The Off Season After Run Defense Dooms Playoff Chances in Miami

"Let's get into a little bit of games specific stuff everything again. Obviously a nice run defense is a thing. I don't think it matters much in the long run. But this was for against a dolphin team that really doesn't Rush the ball that well. This was fairly surprised. Well, I just think it comes back to the fact that really all year long. I've kind of thought that flying under the radar was the Patriots lack of first and down first and second down Edge Defenders game that can really said a sturdy edge of that's the scheme that they're going to continue to run moving forward and they're not going to go to some of these one gabbing penetrating style defense has that we see more and more across the NFL if they're going to stick to the boss two gabbing style. They are going to have to upgrade at Edge this offseason whether it's a guy in free agency that they bring in or someone like that and I think last year was Van Noy and Collins and and suck on and so forth. I think we got a little bit. I don't know. I think Bill thought that he could plug in play certain guys there like a Simon like some of the rookies like a winovich and it just hasn't really worked out that way. So I yeah, yeah, and and that I think has been the linebacker level is a problem too. I think really the whole front seven needs an upgrade in a lot of spots and they could use a nose tackle. Certainly that could eat up some blocks in the song. Along with Lawrence guy, but not being able to set the edge of the defense and really failing multiple times and doing that today. That was a big big problem for them against the Rams as well. It's been a problem all year. The Niners game with the Niners ran all over him that was often off the edge or attacking those Edge Defenders. So guys like John Simon, you know, he's a great Patriot. He's at that lunch pail type of guy bring the heart hath to work all that kind of stuff. But at the same time that player maybe works out a little bit better when you have a Dante Hightower and you have a Kyle Van Noy and you have Jamie Collins you have guys on the defensive or I can defeat box. And now when they don't have that Talent around a John Simon is easily exposed and if somebody that's a little bit, you know more in the conversation as like a regular every-down player, which has been a major concern on the edge setting setting the end of the defense against the Run. We all want to talk about why when if it doesn't laying why would if it doesn't play well that big thirty five yarder you can see that's cool. Winovich isn't playing. He got bullied right off. The ball doesn't do enough dream aswell yet. You know, I mean it is what it is. Right? And and that's just a this front seven of the defense was a concern going into a year. It was a concern all season long and then it kind of figured itself out in certain matchups against Baltimore against Arizona. They had some good run defense games, but they'll big picture and large picture is that the run defense in the front seven needs a lot of fine-tuning in the offseason. That's for

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"aswell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Me, you great white dope from Batman returns. Is this not outrageous? She looks more like the Penguin and Danny DeVito did. There are penguin squealing in the background, right? We used a little bit of technology Bob as well. Kabul Pot The penguin knows. Look at this hat. Look at that. Every year. I go as the most attractive costume. It's every woman's opportunity to really just go for it. Who better to bring it home then aswell cobble my nose could be gushing blood. You have to love Katie. Forget sexy cats. Forget going as Kim Kardashian. She went as the Penguin this year again. I did drive over like this deal. Epic fail, you loser back, right? I just love Katie for that exact reason. When you scroll through Instagram today and over the course of the weekend Facebook Twitter all you're going to see his pictures of women and scantily clad outfits. Cleavage, something tight, some type of wig and big eyelashes. Something of sexy something And Katie's Like, You know what? You are a fat suit and put on a big hook, nose and being a penguin. So you got love. That's just the best so Tomorrow. We're going to have a needle join us on this show, and we're going to talk a little patriots and bills. It's a huge game for both teams. He's going to be on the call, so we'll talk about Pat's Bill's coming up tomorrow. Plus, Morales has his football food of the week to get you ready for Halloween parties. Throughout the country, and we've got Super day with his college football picks is well, So, tomorrow's a big football day. Solomon Wilcots through the solid Wilcox on the show to have iron and Solomon tomorrow. Tomorrow's a Big football day. Big football. That's fantastic. They were once upon a time partners on the NFL on CBS broadcast. Cool, So I in Eagle and Solomon Wilcots Super Dave memorizes football food of the weekend. I'll Sprinkle in more Halloween stuff tomorrow morning on the show. Thanks. The whole crew here from Macon, the Spooktacular Awesome. Every single year loved it loved all the costumes.

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"aswell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We stand together again. This time to deliver a message to Peoria and beyond cases positivity. Hospitalizations are all rising across the state of Illinois. And we have got to reverse the trend and slow the spread of this virus Governor Pritzker earlier today he was downstate talking about the outbreak, but it's being felt strongly. In the Chicago area. Suburban Cook County restaurants will be closing Lake and McHenry could be next Chicago aswell as the numbers continue to rise, It's kind of a big day, but we're going to do our best to enjoy it. We'll talk to Jose Cruz. He's the owner of Stool 18. It's a restaurant in Pilsen and ah company that developed a canopy to allow for outdoor dining. They voluntarily put up one around his restaurant so he can Stay open and seat. I think about six tables outside. The company is hoping to that their canopy will catch on and other people will pay for them down the road a little bit later. We will also talk to Maria Pappas, who did a study of your cook County property taxes, and she's got a little homework for you. We will talk to Gerry Lucas, who's written a book called Where the buses don't go. It's pretty cool. Look at Chicago around, you know, not the typical John Dillinger, Biograph, Allie and things like that, but other spots and it's It's a good day to a good time of year too. Drive around in a car. You can't go anywhere else. Kim Gordon is in the newsroom this afternoon. Yes, Steve, and we're watching that the rollbacks of suburban Cook County and downstate near ST Louis. You know, the Corona virus. The surge is getting worse and worse in those areas and the governor's rolling things back. You know, the number of deaths was pretty low today, but I think it typically is on Sundays. 70. Usually we see a lower case load and lower deaths on on Monday because of the weekend. You know the positivity right? Still really hide. 6.3% and the hospital occupancy continues to be a problem right? And that's one of the concerns about suburban Cook and downstate is that the Hospitalizations and this the number of cases are both going up. I know the Packers had an off week this week. But, Steve, I believe that was called a win. Would they play Texans? Right, Kevin? How many wins do the Texans have this year? The Texans are not having a phenomenal year. Let me give you a win is a win, I believe didn't met Maggie say that whether it's an ugly win or a win a win is a win. The Texans have a grand total of one victory in this season. The bear is saying that was a scrimmage against themselves, right? Yes, I think it was Bears taking on the Rams Rams are foreign to but keep in mind that all for their winds have come against the NFC East, which is by far the worst division in the NFL. Their division leader right now is the Philadelphia Eagles at 24 and one So it's going to be an interesting match up. I think we're gonna learn a lot about both teams. How good of the Rams and are the Bears legit. They're five and one, but it seems like they still have a lot of question marks remaining was giving Kim a hard time. But that's kind of been the beef with the Bears right. They find a way. It's not that they find a way to win. They find a way not to lose At the very end. It seems to be. Yeah, it's you know, it's a bend don't break situation and they could easily be Under 500, but somehow they found a way to get 25 and one If they win. Tonight, we'll have the best record in the NFC. I will circle back in a SEC. Mary van develops in traffic. And things were looking good now. I was a little nervous, Steve, When I saw the snow coming down here today, I thought No, I'm not ready for a snowy rush hour yet. We've got a family email or a text message tat in, eh? Is going to take a picture. I did take a little video of the snow One is going to send to my daughter who's living in Hawaii this month. It was like three in the morning there, so I held on anyway, I know I shouldn't Um okay. So marries and traffic. Kim's in news, and Kevin got a question about the World Series to Justin Turner. Who, you know, I'm a sort of obsessed with these days and his buddy Jason Turner. No, Josh, it's Josh, Josh, Josh and Jim But what's with the back of his jersey and the black streak over his name? That's the tar on his bat. That's That's when he gets in the stance. The bad is touching the back of his jersey. He's got that much tar on his back. So whatever he's doing, it's working, right? Yeah, I guess they become your favorite player during this playoff run. Well, I've certainly been kind of obsessed with him because it's you know, I'm not that in touch with baseball like I used to be, so I just kind of surprised that he's kind of one of their Alltime greats. I didn't realise there, you know that he was an all time. Great Dodger. Look, he's been producing now for 567 years with the Dodgers ever since they picked him up, so we'll see Game game sixes tomorrow night. Dodgers haven't won a World Series. They've been so close over the past few years. I mean regular season wise. They've been the best team in baseball for the past few seasons. They just haven't been able to get the world. Siri's Now, just one win away. I will have an opportunity tomorrow night. What could be their first World Series since 1988? Well, I mean, you could go all the way back to 2016 right. The Cubs beat them in the NLCS. Correct. And if they've been in the NLCS every year since then, or just about that's a good quiet, But yeah, every 2017 20. Well, they lost to the Astros in the World Series. And then we all found out what the Astros were doing in that Siri's all right. That's been the worst part of this season. Not that fans couldn't go, but defense couldn't go and do the Astros. That's what I was looking forward to. Most sorry. Kevin's in sports today We're going to take a break when we come back. There are a number of calls for people saying that students kids are better off in school than they are at home. We'll talk to a university of loyal are Loyola University. Paediatrician expert coming up.

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"aswell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Little Billy throw that's our unbelievable. Just bump it to his resume. Really? This is That that was an unreal throw by Mahomes into heavy traffic. Well. You know LeBron James and the Lakers have been playing today and that was kind of kind of like a no look that LeBron would throw right back door pass little back door to the bass line for a layup. And Mahomes. It took just 2.5 minutes. Five plays to go 95 yards. They get a touchdown, a 50 for yard or two. Tyree killed just a second catch of the day. And the Chiefs have come back to tie it up with still 12 48 to go. Now this is gonna be taken. And run out by Joe Read across the 2025 to 30 and thrown to the ground at the 31 flag comes down and another flag comes down. There was a devastating block. By the charges on a chief. I mean, just, uh Knocked out block. And it might have been applying side block that's might be one of the flags. And they got ahold aswell. Our two penalty flags down. During the return, holding number 32 Return Team 10 Yard penalty first down And I was alone. Gilman, rookie That will back him up after the nice returned by Joe Reed. It will be a first down and 10 of their own 13 yard line. Herbert out of the shotgun. Heckler in motion goes around, However, they swing it to clear out of the right of the numbers dancing through traffic at 20 words taken down after a gain of about seven Well. These three quarters so far today if I was Chargers and calling the plays like change Taking is I get the ball to secular or town. I.

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"aswell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who's been recognized for her work in gender equality in the courts throughout her career, has died at the age of 87 w busy. Suzanne's Aswell spoke with a local attorney who was inspired by Ginsberg to become a lawyer and advocate for those who don't have a voice attorney Paula Plouffe's reaction to Ginsberg's death is familiar. I am saddened Heart open, but she's a Bristol County bar advocate, a criminal defense attorney for the poor. A foot soldier in the fight for justice. And it was Ginsberg who inspired her years ago as an undergraduate to join the fight. It was about her fight for equality who fight for justice, frightful fairness, and that's really what inspired it was a chance to level the playing field for everybody. She's been doing this work for 17 years and isn't stopping now. Her passing just highlighted the fact that more people like her are needed in the world. To fight for those who don't have a boy. Suzanne saws Ville W. B Z Boston's news radio for the first time this season. We have frost warnings for parts of the state temperature's dropping lower than they have in a while on the colder weather poses new and growing challenges for restaurants, Area restaurants trying to say open during this pandemic by offering outdoor dining here's W. B. C. TV's Paul Burton. The Flames burn strongly on Newbury Street in Boston as outdoor heaters. Keep patrons happy in these cooler temperatures Very important. When the sun goes in, it gets pretty pretty a little chillier, and that picks up for the difference. Ever since Boston Mayor Marty Walsh extended outdoor dining until December, 1st restaurants are scrambling.

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"aswell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Let's take some calls. Take a call and 11 40. We're going to start the trump me. Let's kick to this is great, You know, not great that the cold before I went to the break that quote from ST Louis. You got to understand that the polls are not. The Poles are not being conducted in a very They're using. Most of these polls are using registered voters. And quite frankly, you know, Trump. Traditionally, that's why I was talking about what happened in 2016. Trump traditionally doesn't polled Well. And everybody's You know, all these professional pollsters and all these. Ah, professional posters at thes major networks are tryingto, you know, get into into a very predictive. Environment and they're having a problem gauging the trump support because let's be honest and real, and this is for to do from ST Louis. Trump's pent up heat. Trump has trump supporters are pent up and ready to vote November 3rd, right, They're gonna have a problem November 3rd the Democrats. So that's why I got mail the university mail in ballots because they want to extend this thing a week. Two weeks, three weeks, But we're gonna win anyway. 808 for 8 92 22 Let's go to bars and Brighton. As we get closer to 11 40. What's up there, Boris. Good evening, my friend. What That Cora doesn't understand is that Trump understands your allergy and he knows that the wind blew money was on the stage with all the other Republican candidates enough tomorrow of the water that they didn't know what was going on. Don't you understand? I'm a candidate is just a clip The bushes on the Clinton Judge at them into the machinery. So let me ask you Are you closer? Are you close to one of the crews that cruise on this communism that his father was in gulag in Cuba, But he was heading out. His father was hanging out with you, bro. His father was handing out handed out the heads of Cuba sides with gov aswell what you're talking about, But let me ask you for it Realized wouldn't throw ones of any. Put them in general. Borrow you. Okay, Boris, but But check it out. Bar is what you know. Do you know Putin? How close you were Putin. I want Teo. You know, Mike? Oh, yes. You see, hot, I'm cooking and cleaning. Why? I changed Woman on the boardwalk again. Is she high? Don't appoint you better run the footwork. A broad work right to Broadwell is wonderfully in cleaning. I meet a woman on the boardwalk. The broad walk on the boardwalk. Aybar's Thank you. Thank you for the call. The following program does not necessarily.

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"aswell" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I wish the city of Chicago in the state of Illinois wasn't as good a shape is Olympia Fields. Congratulations, sir. Wait, take this is very serious. And we have, uh, actually, our businesses are performing better doing a pandemic. Then they were before and I think a lot of people are buying local And you know, and it paid off. That's good. So that's great here. It's been a bad day for news. And that's a great little ray of sunshine. Mr. Mayor. Thank you for your time. Enjoy the event. I know you have to make an inspection as mayor tomorrow. Out to Olympia Fields, country clubs. So you do that? That's due diligence. You have to do it. We all understand most the day there, I get it, too. It's so somebody's got to do is look, I tell you what the next and you guys come out here, please. Let me know And when you get to I have enough connections and flares over the country will take care you much when you come out. You're gonna regret you said that Well, Jonah's a news director can't accept that Mia's a talk show host. I can So thank you, sir. Thank you may appreciate it. Mr Mayor. I have a great have a great day. We appreciate your time. So good luck with the event. That's Mayor Sterling Berg from the village of Olympia Fields here on Double D aswell were about while we're over halfway through the year at this point, I want to check in with my friend Anthony Pellegrino. From towns from Goldstone Financial on how we can protect our nest egg Now through the end of the year in this very odd year, 2020 Anthony joins us next Double D. L s Things are quieting down on the roadways..

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BU Has A Quiet First Move-In Day

WBZ Afternoon News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

BU Has A Quiet First Move-In Day

"It's moving day at Boston University and for once, not the typical chaos as Suzanne's aswell reports with strict covert protocols, the streets around Boston University are pretty quiet. Normally these side streets off Calm after bustling with students, families and U Haul trucks, But not this weekend. Freshman Victoria Lee from New York City just moved in and says it's kind of depressing when you envision your moving experience. You want to see all the people everyone moving in with their families on the floor, but I think they're like two other people on my floor. I don't know. Very quiet, kind of like a prison. Lucas from Florida, says he's the only student on his entire floor right now and says BU is doing a good job of keeping students safe have to wear masks all the time, and even the bathrooms. You have to wear masks in there unless we're like taking a shower, so it's pretty strict and each student needs to be tested for covert 19 every three days At BU Suzanne Saws Bill W. B C. Boston's news

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"aswell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on WJR 760

"Bingham Farms. Can great to have you here. It's always good to be in the show with you, Dean. All right. So the Steve Miller band we put that in here fly like an eagle because by the time people get to experience can the Wealth management that you provide the clarity that you provide the proactive tax planning that your in house SEPA does. They get to feel that freedom they get to feel like they're flying like an eagle. Because a lot of times when you're doing that for looking tax planning, you're discovering, you know, 2 $300,000 of tax savings over a lifetime and That is a area of financial planning that is so underserved, So it's awesome that you have that available right there in your office. Dean. You know, it's just interesting because people always focus on the investments. They always focus on the stock market. And the really interesting thing is what happens if you focus in on the strategy, and the strategy is what I'm talking about right now is taxes like you're bringing up taxes are so overlooked in such a large wealth transfer in out on a person's overall financial planning. It's something a lot of people have control over but never had that discussion with your advisor. Just recently. We've had people even come in and say what has never talked to me about this? Why? I don't know, either. They don't know or they can't for some reason, right well, and there's a lot of people that are in our industry can if they don't have the expertise of the sepia sitting next to them, right. To look over the financial plan once it's created, then they're going to miss something, and I given analogy like this. It's like you're walking down the street. And there a cz bags of money. That you're just walking past. And you're walking past it because you don't know what's there and a lot of times can when you do your financial planning, and you bring that SEPA in to review your financial plan from attacks perspective. That sepia finds those bags of money. Sometimes there's a few $100 in those bags. Sometimes there's a few $1000 in those bags, but it's your money that you can keep and not send off Uncle Sam and so part of the planning process. The strategy. The art of financial planning is to identify all of those tax savings opportunities. And that's something that people have far more control of them what they realize. No, I think those bags of money that you're talking about don't necessarily have dollar signs on the outside of the bag. It's inside the bag. You don't know what's inside the bag, so it's easy to step over it. But if you don't open it up and see what's in there, you'll never know. And really those low stacks. Strategies are what's inside the bag and that the overall impact could be like you said earlier, huge. No, it is. I mean, and you think about it. Most people think about taxes in from a like a year to your standpoint, right? So when I'm doing my 2020 tax return, I'm looking at what happened in 2020. So we're not just talking about a preparation of a tax return and How can I affect what already happened last year? What we're talking about is creating that financial plan and a good financial plan is going to take into consideration the rest of your life. We don't know how long we're going to live. But we make some assumptions when we create the financial plan, and the tax strategies are five years, 10 years, 15 years, 20 years, sometimes 30 plus years long. And we know that tax codes are gonna change. But we've got to start applying the strategies now for what's happening in the future and the people that are, you know, 5 to 10 years out from retirement. If you could get to those people and walked him through the tax strategies that they need to be employing now in orderto have a much more tax efficient. Retirement. That's really where most of the power comes in. It's not to say that those of you that are already retired. There aren't strategies for you. But the majority of the Work that can be done and the biggest effects that can be had or for those of you that are 5 to 10 years out from retirement. So if you're in that situation, and you've got at least $500,000 safer retirement call right now get a second opinion from Kanazawa in his sepia there at Aswell Financial Group 877544 15 16 877544 15 16. Call Now ask for your free second opinion. 877544 15 16. I mean, it's it's not the question of the prepare what I want to make sure that the listeners know is we're not questioning the prepare. We're not questioning the accuracy of the tax return. What we're questioning is the outcome of what that tax return does and what the future years could do. So it's not accuracy that we're looking at. I think we've had some some people call him think. Jesus. Is there something wrong with my prepare the guy who's doing by character? Not we know that that's that's not what we're talking about. That left hand doesn't know what the right hand's doing. And if you have the sepia in you, office working alongside with the financial advisor, that's a huge Game changer. Some people think we're picking on the repair and we're really not the texture maybe done, but there might be oversight in that text prepared doesn't know what the total picture looks like, so they don't know how to do multiyear forward looking forecasting. Well, here's this's nothing. I'm glad you brought that can could you make a great point? What happens is that people do what they do throughout the year and then they gather their documents, and they take him into the C P A. And then the CPS prepares the tax return based on what that person did the year before. So history. It's history. It's reporting history. Right? So what's what's happening is that there are opportunities being missed things that should have been done the year before that weren't Right? Because they didn't know to ask when they do the financial planning process with you using the guided retirement system, and then they have to see Papa there you're you're talking to them throughout the year, saying these are things you do and they know your clients and okay, Okay, I'm gonna call Kenneth. I'm gonna ask him. Okay, We're going to buy a new vehicle. Where should we get the money from? What's going to be the most tax efficient way to do this? Or You know, we're going to buy a new vacation where we want to increase our income. Where do we get the money from all these questions that they should be asking the C P. A. They don't because the CPS doesn't know what their entire financial life looks like. And that's why the opportunities were missed so often. Well, and that's why I said earlier. The left hand needs to know what the right hand's doing. It's just impossible and not having that financial planner adviser Working along hand in hand with the tax prepare is is really an oversight, and I like you said earlier, just when we started this segment out. It could be 102 103 100,000 or more. I mean, sometimes we I don't want to over inflate the numbers, but it could be a lot more than that, over the course of a lifetime. Knowing what strategy used to be, you know, flies in with your specific plan without without having a financial plan. You'll never know that it's not about you know, X versus why mutual fund or stock or whatever, it's all about the strategy. Wall Street's not going to tell you that no care about that. They just want your money. It's the art. Of course, is the science exact. It is the art and there is an art to it 100% and that's why we did a show based on these, you know, online retirement calculators or the online do it yourself Wills or the online do it yourself tax returns, right? Things get missed right? And you know the online financial planning programs that say, Well, this program's free and it'll help you calculate what you need to do what the question is. How much is free going to cost you Right, because it's going to miss so many different things, and you're going to get bad information, and it's going to cost you a heck of a lot more than working with a professional financial adviser like Ken and his group. They're at all so well. If Ananta Group 10 free. I was morning night night last night. Nothing. Nothing's free. Here's the deal, kid. I think people if they say Well, if I go to work if I go to guy's over a swallow, and then they get their CPU work inside by side..

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"aswell" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

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"aswell" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"aswell" Discussed on KGO 810

"But the reason I wanted to call you was just say there was some and I don't know if you've if you've seen it yet, But there's been some good things in the literature that just came out very recently revealing that it may be safer to have kids go back to school than we originally thought. And the The science that's coming out. Most recent was just published in pediatrics by Benjamin Lee and William Razzle so and the title is coded 19 transmission. The child is not the cause. So you can Google that, actually that familiar? I'm familiar with it. And believe me, I'm on the same page man. I want to get kids back to school. I want to get our economy going. But There's enough evidence to indicate that we there's stuff we don't know, right? I mean, I'll get rid of that. But the good thing is that you know the studies that air coming out of Reuters just published Ah, study out of sacks, and he's showing that you know the anybody rates for a lot of kids really low that you may say, Well, it's cell mediated immunity, not funeral, and that may be why, But when you look at the country contract tracing Studies that have come out of New Zealand and China. They're both showing in this one study out of South Wales. They had nine students and staff. They were infected across 15 schools that came out in in contact with 735 students at 128 staff. And there are only two secondary infections. So there may be something about the viral load that these kids were expelling that that might make us you know, a little bit more power than we have might otherwise be two things there and great points. New Zealand and I'm sorry. What did you say China Both have much higher rates of wearing masks. Somewhere between you know, in New Zealand. It was in the nineties exactly where we have to be. So, obviously, you know, viral loads were not being shared like they are here in United States. And of course, you know they got rid of it. New Zealand literally got rid of covert 19 China has had had the up and down so we've had, but now they're really cracking down in Wuhan. Everyone has to wear a mask when you're outside, usually put in jail if you don't have it on Again, and we found out that it seems like the receptors of Children's cells are better than ours for pushing away the spiky nature of the Corona virus, and so they don't seem to get infected. There is something of all of the infections. United States They're they're thinking. The kids under 17 account for fewer than 2% of these. What some kids do get it and some kids get it and I we want to figure out what that is. I think that you know, there's there's gotta be a way. It's like it's got a nuanced this thing. It's not all or nothing. We, everybody. Every kid stays home or no. You know where they all go to school. We should be fine away to make this work on Then you know what is the age that we stop? Is it 14? Maybe and say that those remote from home because 14 high school kids Can get a lot more from remote education than a six year old kid, right? No, I agree. And I think that it should not be a yes or no, It should be A yes, but under what conditions right? I think that is The centerpiece of what's going on here, but I think one of them especially for the teachers out there, that that maybe I mean, you see reports of teacher's writing their wills. They're so scared about going back. But some of the studies are suggesting that the rate of transition from the kids adults is very low aswell not to say We just go in and approaches P preplanned Emily, I think you've gotta have masks. You gotta have math and it's unfortunately it's unfortunate that the occupant of the White House right now decided tow. You know, basically poacher votes by doing such a disservice Rest of the country. You might you bring up a really interesting point here that I think is important Is that you, Khun B for getting kids back to school and not be a Trumper. Everybody has thought that anybody they want to make any kind of case about somehow getting kids into classrooms. Is supports Trump and Trump, of course, makes it hard because he says, every kid should be back in. You know, they gotta go back in There's enough here you know again, As you mentioned, the numbers seem to really strongly indicate that on Ly one in five between 10 and 19 have had any clinical symptoms in some of these. Most of these studies, compared with 69% of adults over 70 This huge right 20% versus 69%. But kids are extremely unlikely to die from the cove in 19 when they get it during the peak, nine weeks of the pandemic in England and Wales, just five kids Ah, Children 14 and under died out of a population about 11 million in that group. But the real question is, Are they little vectors? And we've got to figure that out. But I don't know how they would be. I don't know how you can inhale. Ah, viral load of SARS cov too. And if it doesn't want to yourself, where does it go? I mean, you would. It would seem to me that you would just it would believe your body within 24 hours. But there's no way for a virus virus just can't live on their own. They're gonna have a cell of the inside of so The virus very unstable. I mean, just hand washing. It really will take that envelope out so there could be something with the musicians and the long and they're being so smooth. They haven't been affected by pollution, Cigarette smoke, the other things that us older adults have. And maybe that's why I don't know that's gross speculation. But one thing I did want to bring up if I could. A small point about A suppressive person promotes the well being of all Children. My biggest concern is what about the poor kids on the wrong side of the digital divide that don't have access to broadband that don't have access to computers that are being told that to stay home away from school. We have to really think long and hard about that side of the equation when we're starting to, you know, do the calculus about the risk benefits and alternatives of bringing these kids back? Yes or no? I remember in the early days when we were trying to get cell phones into a poor family's and the right would say, like you know you you know they could go out and work for the phones or that you know, and we're just trying to bring every week we should have. Broadband access should be like water or or like electricity. It should be an incidental cost that people should be able to be on the Web and access information and have you know I have had a chance to share in this incredible invention. And again. I always say this and this blows me away to people that ah, that have problems helping people who are disadvantaged. Theo idea about a rising tide. It really does work, but it only works. If you pay attention to it. You can't just say Hey, everybody else is doing good. It's going to trickle down. No, it's not. We've learned that we have to reach back and help we do. And you're right. I mean, you know, not every kid's going to be able to learn at home and especially people, As you said on the wrong side of the digital by thanks for the call, Man. I really appreciate that stuff that it's you know, I mean, that's just that's true. The data is showing on the morn morn were learned about you know, but how do we do this? And how do we like you know what if a teacher gets sick? And how do you contact trace kids? What if a teacher has five classes off? You know generally, I don't remember how elementary classes do it in elementary school. Does a key teacher keep the same kids all day long? I can't remember. The orders. They do. They change classes when they're like 9 10 years old. When I was little, we had the same teacher all day long. If I'm not mistaken, he would teach all the subjects but again. The point is, if you know we here in California and in a good chunk of the United States. We can have classes out the worse. Okay. We got about a year and 1/2 here. We could.

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"aswell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"aswell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dan Rei BZ NewsRadio Guest Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey. There is a Senate races going on folks here Democratic Senate primary actually, that the vote will be on September 1st, and I want everybody to Ah, to get out and get involved in that I'd like to just for a couple of other questions at you. And then I want to get two phone calls. I want to talk about. Ah, your effort to end qualified immunity for police, And I also want to talk about your effort to make Juneteenth a federal holiday on the on the federal holiday issue of June 18th century Marquis. Um, I think a lot of people would agree with you on that, particularly in view of what has gone on in the last few weeks. Will There have to be ah federal holiday that currently exists somehow removed. I mean, how many I'd love to have a lot more holidays. I think most people would aswell. But you anticipate removing a holiday to make room for Juneteenth, just adding Juneteenth is a holiday. Yeah, my goal would be to just add a day in the same way we did with Martin Luther King. There is Doesn't need in our country to recognize our own history. And to stop the pause to reflect upon it and Reality is Bill that I introduced has really broad bipartisan support. Senator Comma Harris for the Booker On one Yin, but I also have Senator John Cornyn of Texas. And Ben Sass. I have Cory Gardner. I have.

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"aswell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"aswell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With thousands of California based on up has grown to being worth over two billion dollars in less than six months the massive valuations the claims of saving the planet thank you companies jumping on the scooter wagon nearly every week was all a bit much says Sam aswell Samit an analyst with Navigant research were absolutely at an inflection point with this he says the rocky IPOs of uber and lift last year were a wake up call that profitability still matters and scooter rentals are estimated to lose about ten cents per mile largely due to the high cost to charge and replace the scooters when they're broken or lost anybody can pick one up and carried off and toss it into a river as we've seen happen many times vandalism not withstanding he says because should go down as companies develop more durable scooters with swappable batteries but they'll also need to expand their ridership beyond hard core well off fans as Susan gene an expert on transportation innovation at UC Berkeley it's a certain type of individual who has those resources and means but it's hard for scooters to compete for more price sensitive consumers when options like transit for even car use are heavily subsidized by two taxpayer dollars and according to one but to date UCLA the market's line is pulling out of her evidence of a physical obstacles to widespread scooter adoption they're all Sunbelt cities that revolve around cars that makes integrating bikes scooters another lower speed mobility options very challenging without by cleans or a really big sidewalk scooters could get squeezed out hi Meghan McCarty Carino for market place scooter industry retrenchment aside this is as we all know and on demand economy now consumers want what they want when they want it and for years what a whole lot of consumers have wanted is to not have to deal with cable TV and internet bundling enter stage left Verizon the telecommunications conglomerate said today it's done offering those bundles on annual contracts to your plan separately pay by the month and off you go the bed reports marketplaces into your is it this is gonna help steer people away from cutting the cord entirely it says it's allowing customers to select their home internet speeds in television packages separately and it's not gonna lock him in a one or two year contracts it's mostly about transparency and Angie Klein she's the P. of marketing at Verizon consumer group so it's not about changing holistically what people are paying it's just changing the way we do it so it's the right way for consumers Verizon says it's eliminating traditional cable bundles because that's what consumers want Taylor Cole Miller teaches media studies at the university of Georgia he says that's true but I think getting rid of bundling is actually only a stand simply better for the consumer he said sure you might feel like you're only paying for channels and services that you use but this also thins out diversity on your TV bundling actually helps a lot of needs channels especially channels for marginalized communities actually have channels that are related to them those needs channels are effectively subsidized by being part of a package that includes the more popular channels for telecom companies like Verizon on bundling could help stop the bleeding from cord cutting Eric Hagstrom as an analyst eMarketer he says with so many options available the margins.

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"aswell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"aswell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"More play making and he's going to have a chance here to be the guy for the Sixers and M. beads absent at straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart there is an issue there aswell cover double guard now download the seven seven go looks like the role of war for the right side because he's the only ready right here seven Bible risky with three of the shot clock with seven and classic book what kind of sites like the seven five the fanatics Simmons nineteen Josh Richards and letterman twenty nine Sixers one without him be beaten the Celtics one oh nine to ninety eight Simmons played center times well to charge from and is cantor the Celtics have their own injury scare Campbell Walker spray left Bombay scored twenty six tried to shake it off left for the locker room shortly before the Celtics took a seven point lead into that have loads also reporting that Cavaliers coach John beeline made an emotional apology to his players on Thursday insisting he regrets referring to the team is a bunch of dogs during a film session beeline also met with GM Kobe Altman we'll talk with the players to get a sense of how they were accepting the apology beeline said he intended to use the words logs indicate the players slow moving performance this the Cavaliers head coach out about today we apologized I apologize about it today as well was not and never intended the players understand that now but it it's sometime to learn from and now just.

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