18 Burst results for "Babia"
"babia" Discussed on Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra
"Hello friends I'm Deepak Chopra. . This is daily breath. . We're continuing our discussion on the fifth principle of sinker destiny. . Today. . I'd like to offer you, Sutra , statements. . That apply to the fifth principle. . Harnessing your emotional. . So remember Sutras adjusts simple statements. . Today we are combining them. . With. . Imagination. . Lead you once again through about twelve different things you can imagine. . He the choose one or more a twos one randomly or choose them sequentially. . Let's Start with the exercise always start with a few minutes watching a breath. . Or using the mantra. . Now One imagine that you're without physical form you're just pure field of awareness without no form. . You're everywhere at all times. . Imagine that right now. . And mentally say to yourself. . Mock shop. . Repeated. . A few times mark. . Moke shop. . To imagine that you have left behind forever any sense of anger or resentment. . And Mentally, , repeat yourself. . Moshe. . Moshe. . <unk>. . Three. . Imagine that you're free from blaming everyone and anyone free from feeling blame. August. . . Imagine that state of awareness. . And now, , mentally recite Moshe Moshe Moshe. . As many times as you want. . For imagined that you never dreamed into melodrama. . Imagined that state of being and mentally repeat, , yourself, , Macho Macho. . Five imagine that you can choose any motion feeling you want. . Right now that you want to experience joy peace equanimity. . Love compassion harmony laughter. . Imagine. . A positive fulfilling emotion. . Below body. . and. . Repeat, , Mentally Macho Macho Macho. . Six imagined that you can set any goal you want to achieve and that you have actually achieved it. . Imagining achieving that goal and mentally recite. . Marcia Moshe Moshe. . Seven imagine that you're free of your habitual compulsions and patterns of Babia. . And Mentally Recite. . MOCHA. . Moshe Moshe. . Eight imagine that you're free of all disempowering addictions, , the addiction to power the addiction to security the addiction to sensation, , and Mentally Recite Macho Macho Macho. . Nine imagine that you never participate in any gossip. . Mentally, , recite, , don't shop Moshe Moshe. . Den Imagine that you're free to respond at the highest level no matter what the situation is or how anyone else bibs and mentally. . Keep Repeating Moshe Moshe Moshe. . Eleven, , imagine that there are no limitations to what you can manifest. . No limitations. . No compromise. . Moshe Moshe Moshe. . And twelve imagine that you can see infinite possibilities at all times. . And Mentally Recite Workshop Macho Moshe. .
The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Sutra Statements For The Fifth Principle
"Hello friends I'm Deepak Chopra. This is daily breath. We're continuing our discussion on the fifth principle of sinker destiny. Today. I'd like to offer you, Sutra statements. That apply to the fifth principle. Harnessing your emotional. So remember Sutras adjusts simple statements. Today we are combining them. With. Imagination. Lead you once again through about twelve different things you can imagine. He the choose one or more a twos one randomly or choose them sequentially. Let's Start with the exercise always start with a few minutes watching a breath. Or using the mantra. Now One imagine that you're without physical form you're just pure field of awareness without no form. You're everywhere at all times. Imagine that right now. And mentally say to yourself. Mock shop. Repeated. A few times mark. Moke shop. To imagine that you have left behind forever any sense of anger or resentment. And Mentally, repeat yourself. Moshe. Moshe. Three. Imagine that you're free from blaming everyone and anyone free from feeling blame. August. Imagine that state of awareness. And now, mentally recite Moshe Moshe Moshe. As many times as you want. For imagined that you never dreamed into melodrama. Imagined that state of being and mentally repeat, yourself, Macho Macho. Five imagine that you can choose any motion feeling you want. Right now that you want to experience joy peace equanimity. Love compassion harmony laughter. Imagine. A positive fulfilling emotion. Below body. and. Repeat, Mentally Macho Macho Macho. Six imagined that you can set any goal you want to achieve and that you have actually achieved it. Imagining achieving that goal and mentally recite. Marcia Moshe Moshe. Seven imagine that you're free of your habitual compulsions and patterns of Babia. And Mentally Recite. MOCHA. Moshe Moshe. Eight imagine that you're free of all disempowering addictions, the addiction to power the addiction to security the addiction to sensation, and Mentally Recite Macho Macho Macho. Nine imagine that you never participate in any gossip. Mentally, recite, don't shop Moshe Moshe. Den Imagine that you're free to respond at the highest level no matter what the situation is or how anyone else bibs and mentally. Keep Repeating Moshe Moshe Moshe. Eleven, imagine that there are no limitations to what you can manifest. No limitations. No compromise. Moshe Moshe Moshe. And twelve imagine that you can see infinite possibilities at all times. And Mentally Recite Workshop Macho Moshe.
"babia" Discussed on STEMSpeak
"A lot of people were in the private sector actively. They donate the Food Bank. Yes one way but we're now thinking about. We need to go to the source. Why in the beginning we want to race or mass or food get lost the way and so we we need trace back into to the source who pretends the Tutus on prevention measure to be out of some of those policies Z.. Snap that can help us to address this vision more effectively okay so these are the area so we call this a reduction strategy not increasing <unk> conventional production and because sometimes on this week hold the timing chain comb out that that patient that we wanted to to reduce the impact from climate change but we end up producing some something that we never consume and destroy our forest to some deputies. We think we produce more accurately. If we just reduce our loss of race we your to expand so much action to those more sensitive area. That's should not be placed on the coaching production. US trying to reduce those kind of negative negative impact knows so yeah. Culture is very important is our fundamental to meet our fundamental demand but also we walked be careful that we don't waste too much resources on way that so that make our agricultural more system right now for the future right and another question is like you said the population and the demand for food is always growing but our the resources are limited so in economic terms how further into the future can be sustainable like like the food scarcity when you think could happen not how can we prevent it one discuss several measures reducing waste waist and optimizing production but the land that we have is that much or maybe even getting lesser and lesser the amount of water is getting eating less than the quality of the soil and everything is getting worse so maybe production will be maybe as much or lesser lesser right. So how do we to mean right now. I think maybe two ways one is still on the production side back that we still need some research was scientists can help to develop more productive. Messa or more productive variety swim. San On acre of land can get more through or more yields oats higher yields so that you can be the Morgan war generation or more population. That's for a week yeah so that's one way yeah I think still we need to continue our investment in scientific research because I think if you go get a historical historical record the young increase is pretty high during early seventy or maybe eighty for now after through multiple diabetes in twentieth century the increase has sold down okay and I think this time we need oh we have some if if we have entered technology developed his area that would be helpful okay and the other is consumer can also help we need to study the behavior of consumers because maybe we can joint work with a nutrition scientists <hes> so though the full science and nutrition agriculture can work together to see what the more sustainable diet and so because we are now facing the <unk> of house shoot that related to our diet right. Maybe we're not eating healthy the loan and also we too much something that at the very at me we we don't need to eat so much of an will product maybe because those those are more resource intensive <unk> hypoth- culture product so what we also not good for our health yeah so we can think about how we can improve our future dietary intake so that we can be more. Era Healthy knows the whole war Mora <unk> helpful for the for our earth an hour resource conservation so this we need to get like full security and the nutrition security also the flip watcher the land security. We need to put them all together one one basket to see how we can balance them all we may need to figure out the best way to to do this though the consumer to contribute now to to this the Geneva featuring right so <hes> another aspect of few researchers natural resource usage and the one thing that I keep hearing rolling especially from my parents do not waste well after your next generation will not even have water for showers so what are the important two questions that need to be answered in that area like yeah this. Is it yeah it's a very important. You should win against every it's very <hes> originally local issue actually some area. They don't have this problem. Musab Mary Mary have too much water constantly. Lavagna Kinda sedation and then someplace always have drought issue and so I think the <unk> you have to find local solution and also I think not only the quantity but also a quality issue and I think <hes> also eat high one our tastes. I think we have like a we being a northern Taiwan. I don't have a shortage problem always but we will. Maybe be season in the south else. They're more of more frequent occurrence of some drought or sometimes uh-huh they depends on the season than location and I guess <hes> postal policy is that we we need to encourage more conservation use water in but usually I'll watch a price sometimes sometimes it's too low to reflect the true value of on watcher yeah. This is something very fundamental issue that wanted to be some kind of a very imported teitelbaum lies so the government policy wonks remake available and cheaper for everyone to to have it but on the other hand if you the become too too cheap there if you don't really I appreciate the value the Chew Valley so I guess it but it's very hard to convince the government to change these kind of policy and and because it will affect too many people and still we try our best to wait to Babia. Okay that we we have not watched it but we just need to learn how to use it very wisely in also and if we need to but but we still facing the problem that war why is it's getting harder and harder harder to to the Dan example yeah because the watcher coming off round the a rainfall but if you don't have some place to store that that cannot be useful human consumption and and in this case that we do need to really a- find more solution to our future problems on water shortage but I guess full economic economists to we emphasize the price prices a high signal very boarded came you send the rest price signal to all all the sectors or or stakeholders or or for general consumers so that we really appreciate valuable watcher okay and find the best way to conserve yeah okay. So what are there other indicators of global climate change right so economically. Lee speaking. What are the measurable impacts that you can study. When you're studying climate change the volcano change? Oh we it's a very slow onset phenomenon full full so you you don't feel that on a daily basis but the sopping Phnomenom the like those extreme events the yield extreme so it's also hard to tell whether this is from climate change or other natural of cautious so so people may I mean to to dinner two kinds of off of policy that to address this coming change. Why is meat recall mitigation that we try to reduce the source of the global global warming that reduce the carbon emission so that's mitigation policy and then so the men message or indicator decatur is the concentration of the C._o.. Two or the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere so that's their obvious so you you can measure it or you can use some <hes> physical equations to calculate from which sector over who who are the main major then you find a source in the you try to reduce smudges. You can't but still this is the related to your your industrial development economic were also still second to a lot of constrained to to be able to find the solution solution on the cheapest decision that will affect your current almond so to me to <hes> your goal or you do each country's agenda on on the other side. I think <hes> more warm more important it one morning dictation that because the this <hes> use of fossil feel in the in the is the brand reported full afford that he does three development so if the medication can only occur in very limited a spectrum then the you cannot really foresee the possibility of the <unk> terry-jo the drop to doing the historical level so you can foresee that the train still going up so so under this kind of situation a shed and if you see that made me also resulting in some changes addressing the precipitation the rental patents or a sea level rise in the unavoidable heat than the and we have to find the dictation mechanism to deal with this situation the this kind of authentication a very also very local faced you have to adapt to your local bar band but also on your local. Social Shea Communists <hes> situation so this will be involved with the more like from baton up approach need to see or the where are the hot spot in so this one thing that doing this dictation station study is focusing all trying to find damage function what kind of damage negative team impact of this change all different sectors ochre now watcher sectors or even coach sector in the health sector. There are mostly direct impact and they're also indirectly packed okay so they do. We need to identify where we're those. Vulnerable sectors are where are they located. Maybe mostly the <unk> area or some <hes> yeah more like a more Nolan area or the case made easy in <hes> some some area that on ratified the coastal was surge rich and those kind of issue are if you want to build a died to protect them more war if you want to relocate those people to other area and this kind of things are happening a a race <unk> or in some cases. Maybe you need to just change the engineering structures that Kendall so where in a nozoe also a or some kind of financial scheme meeting year right now looking at the culture insurance suit so that farmers are facing more and more high Mary's and so their income are Naso the the the the income made in the average slowly lowering is more instability encompass your problem so just kind of love doing this kind of impact assessment and to identify where and the how dairy impact in this kind of study is very important and then you can and you find out okay the hot impact they are then you can the out the way to the levy the impact and so this approach is the one that research. I can't help to to do also need to collect a level data zone of this is also requires a lot of support support from the government and private sector and everybody <hes> this kind of phenomenon is not so easy easy to to to to see in in our daily life so <unk> of being that the government do pay attention to this so we still get a lot of support in this kind of research search <unk> also availability of <hes> weather and climate data over the last maybe hundred hundred or hundred and fifty years they also point to a trend right. Can that also head Gin <hes> planning more studies are yeah yeah yeah. This kind of longtime span is not so easy to find. Luckily we have some and and also we continue to collect more and more of observational data that can help us to verify defy. Is this really happening because we also need these kind of observation and also if you want to really provide the. The people that actually to include men of this that tation measure you need to prove that this will work on this will help so we still need to log lago fueled study <unk> to verify that like some of the measure if days really ah okay so in the absence of any research any prevention are risk mitigation policies. What what do you think would happen due to global climate change? The one thing that I know is the temperature is GONNA go up every century it could be <hes> disasters like we said more frequent calamities like floods or irregular. Take your rainfall and all of that. What are the other things that we may be unaware of forest fires yet they uh-huh will those are yet in the if you <hes> yeah? I think there are some some Tom something says not so easy to to identifies maybe while the disease no or because the the Cami affect everything yes and <hes> so somehow change the change the the nature nature hold the nature behave and there may be some some disease and that simply beatty to this is in public health sector. They probably have some capacity to me to be able to trace out how the disease now only for human for animals and I think that that's one thing that we didn't investigate gay and also the Internet linkage of from this social economic development end the climate climate..
"babia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Babia, all kinds of stuff having dinner mentioned tests, are what was that tests of the Arbour Vale or whatever the d'urville. Neal was in it. Berry lyndon. No, I'm talking about tests of had an intermission. That's what I'm saying. I mean, think of the bladders man of the movie going public. I ask you Disney for the love. I would like to be something to consider the love for the love post. Scarlett Johansson was kind of scary thing last night after she left Jimmy Kimmel's show, and they were she was in a car with two other people. She wasn't driving and the paparazzi were following them. The car really close in a dangerous fashion in. So he just said he after this proper artsy. Chase happened last night. She had the driver driver immediately to the LAPD police station, and she after leaving the show, you know, she said that she was followed by five cars full of men with blacked-out windows who were running red lights and putting other drivers destin's at risk. So they could follow me to find out where. We're staying in subsequent suspicion link you'd island stock me and my younger daughter for the duration of my stay all of this is perfectly legal. So she just said I felt it was my duty as concerned citizen who is being pursued dangerously in stock to go to the local precinct and seek guidance. She said women across the US are stocked harass frightened. And a universal law to address stocking must be the forefront law for law enforcement adverse, Asians. I'm really shocked that this happened because you don't hear a lot about celebrity 'paparazzi chases twenty nineteen. Well, we don't see Scarlett Johansson out and about much time in France and New York City, and she just said Intel this is considered as really big crime, which it is. If you see them you see him how crazy they are aggressive. It's a waiting game before another person gets serious seriously injured or killed like Princess, Diana. Yeah. And people have brought up that point for many years. And the key was Scarlett Johansson, the reason probably why one of the reasons you said, you don't really see you're out and about all too much here in the United States. But she doesn't really have a social media presence. And I think that's big with celebrities who are stocked by the pop raunchy 'cause she's a she's a real star. Don't know a lot the curtain except for she dated a local boy that's about it. But I that would scare the crap out of me. In the car with my kid and people are following me. And I mean, I think that's wrong. Yeah. Yeah. Good. We're with you. I'm totally with you. Do you think that an good good on Taylor swift? She donated one hundred thirteen thousand two Tennessee equality project. That's good. She's. Yeah. The Tennessee slate of hate is people are doing mean things down there in Tennessee, and she's trying to help the LGBT community against it. So thank you for that. Don't you think? Yeah. Well, anyway, I do back to Chris Hemsworth. I think it'd be good still fantasizing somebody fill out a tuxedo. Pretty well. He's about this for headline K boy talking about pouring salt into the wound USC university of southern California. Well, not let Lori Lachlan's daughters, alleviate Jade. As Bella withdrawal. They won't be able to avoid expulsion by withdrawing before the school. Dismiss.
"babia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Harry's getting one right around the I don't understand why they don't refer how about Simone biles being in the e r with the caddy stone hours before the world championship. And then she finishes I in four events. She's amazing. She is amazing. And she's gonna be in the next summer Olympics. Twenty one. But. Yeah. Less than twenty four hours before she was hospitalized for kidney stones. I know. She, you know, Allie federal not now. Yeah. Was on the other gymnasts. She was on talking to. I think it was holder this morning. Yeah. I think you're and she was talking about what the US TA or whatever Olympic gymnasts people have been doing and how they keep. Hiding from protecting people and trying to save face. When all these gymnasts have come forward, and no one ever listened to them about Dr Nassar Nassar, and how she just said all you know, it's still is corrupt. Yes, it's still crap because they're still trying to protect themselves. They don't care about us girl. They're just trying to protect themselves. And she was just saying everything Olympics related has a very big taint. And there's some place member we had Davis iron for his book about the US Olympic Committee. The global global. Thank you. International playing a summer Olympics in guitar. Yeah. Is that I say guitar. Gutter cutter. Yeah. It's one hundred. I mean, people that's true. It's in it's in. Yeah. It's it's all just money. Yeah. No it is a bit. The other part of it is probably people don't want to host it because it costs so much damn money. And then what do you do with the damn buildings when you're done? Yeah. I don't know. It's a money. Loser. Is it is? I remember. Double decker bus the first time, I went to birth alone. Because I like taking that to get an accurate plan ever been to Barcelona, and we go part part of the depending there's like three different ways that you can go, and we just and we were there for like three days. So we just hopped on enough that thing, but I'm one of the legs. You see all the what is left at the Olympic village. And the built some of this stuff rate on these beautiful beaches. And it's they're just sitting there. It was so dom- it was just like over the same thing. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I don't know anyway. So anyway, Harry and Meghan are going to be happy to be home. The Queen is so proud. I am sure of the two of them because they worked their Royal? Yes. They did they did. And why? We learned that entertainment tonight has three they're not allowed to accept a gift over one hundred ninety six dollars. But they bring all those gifts back there archived and cataloged some are used they'll keep like, maybe the little e MU. You know, little little muck Klux. They keep though, you know there. The little well lis, you know, things are getting for the Sussex Babia, they keep them for five years. And then there either. Given away to charity that can be done or they're disposed of sold or not sold. They can't be sold burned or buried. We couldn't figure it out. What the British? Gift over two hundred dollars. It cannot keep it nothing can bring that back with them those because they don't want to say. Probably somebody to return it for them. So. You know, but they keep all that crap. I mean now not only didn't do an catalog Acas. They get stuffed animals and cursor not bringing back the flowers. No, the bouquets. But like make implanted got down on her knees. Implanted a little tree with a little girl. And then there is a little boy who said, I'm like, you prince hearing was a little ginger redhead, and it's been kind of fun, and that's all coming to an end. I won't be able to. With all the other people. I love looking at the at her past outfits and even what he's wearing. I love his casual style. You know, I showed it Casey when he was in his pineapple shirt. I said look at you in Prince Harry of something in common, and what did he say? Well, he does like all that kind of. He does he's part. You know, he's taken he likes the feeling of them. Oh, it is that cotton. I am telling you when you add or as I like certain fabrics on my scale. Yeah. I refuse to put others near me and my face in a pillow case anywhere near my back. I mean, I really do agree and in tags as you watch busy Phillips slash busy tonight. Did she get him Mr. nightgown or I didn't watch it to the end? I decided I don't have time. Yeah. Lori thinks she's clever and cute. But you know, what there's something? Watch. Again, there's something force trying too hard. I kind of but she is very copying Jimmy Kimmel on man on the street thing. But everyone is finding your groove. But it's kind of she's like, you should maybe just relax. I wish the royals us member the TV show. I love that shell you're mad that the rather miserably I like her I think good for her. But I I'm not gonna do it every night. Edge. There's an edge. She needs to get her something. She's like, it's she's fighting or Girvan keep watching for us. The right time of the day to have a girlfriend at nine pm. Yeah. It seems like it's ten pm. Yeah. I don't know it. It's in I tape it. So I can watch it whenever and I watched it this morning. I just got bored when Vanessa Hudgens these started having their love fest with. Margaritas away. Like with only have like your Mark. It was like it was eavesdropping on the most boring conversation ever shut it off. Yes. So did I that's right. When I showed it. I'd like we have the same span are they really having a conversation about how do you like your marks? It's your marks. Yeah. That's a little too cute. I mean, it's their their friends Vanessa goes to catella both weekends and busy only goes one weekend. It's very very LA. One of the writers a Kellyanne expert who a lot we loved following on Twitter from day one, and she's very sarcastic and very funny. But it seems to me like Kellyanne answered could do that show. Well, and they go to the the three writers. They look at him in the audience to double check if they're. Two two off trend or too crazy or something. And it's like it's like asking you Danny after we say something Danny was that. Okay. We'll that pass with our audience or Donny, what do you think of that? Or Danny was that. Okay. And you telling us that it's a it's a bad that they have that. They're probably include the writers. Yeah. Say shit move on. Yeah. They don't take that much work. Yeah. They don't. All right. Listen, we come back. We've a lot to Hollywood's fear so experienced at this. She should call us for advice. You really should and center the nipples at least to ask her teller. She can call us for advice. Hurry, forget this. When we come back. 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"babia" Discussed on The Feast
"I invite me these saying weeks and we always do a wine tasting all the line nyc wait bone and shit. Thank Jesus singing. The line shooting me thing is the winemaking, spend money all in mostly when they have the thing they have in Saudia happening. Babia knows them in the Middle East, but I'm just had a qua-. Eighteen Georgian thing is not to drink. Why? When thing they, I'm Liz. Song about why? When I did do I taste, I shutting them pictures of all line making. I said, what is it to a comfortable? You have these making spends public and well, and they're like, yes, yes, yes, we have immediate needs. She's grow. So these are really, really old old archaic and action. The wine, the type of countryside that produces wine. I probably let some type of sacred sticking incentivation of wine. There's gonna be some connection now we couldn't very well describe this fantastic polyphonic wine singing tradition and not give you a little taste of it. Charlotte was kind enough to send over one of the recordings from the Georgian shield acquires re performance at her castle. Try enjoying this with your favorite glass of Chianti or perhaps a nice Georgian vintage. Really. And. The women. They also use on. They have full caring. Carrying season, and that in itself is absolutely fascinating. The male quad. So strong, powerful, wonderful. It's almost like appeared to -cation when when they? Yeah, I was kind of black lab rating. Powerful cannot see. I feel it. I'm. Purification, but you get through the extraordinary by basically wonderful honesty. Honesty and that was that was a extremely interesting that. That's the wine, the community. The singing is also a cleansing, purifying bringing people together. I also discovered this extremely thing that the navy's came mean they sent in Georgia in the garden at each and apple tree. What any? I. Now it's balling. That is really interesting and they gave me, you know, you have these little votary tall. They say, this is all gonna. I'm, they gave me on these patients on. I can agree. I don't like all their mail and. Say that's making and and how did I get that to wine and and they will. They would just. Ooh, fat out, and they all chatting away and seeing the table and king and ETA, and they were just like food and why to people that. Yeah. So it's not only the same of similar culture feed wise because they, you know, wine, and they will not make dumpling like to ten, and they made some, which was great. It's about a way of life. That is an important thing that new showing food that any kind of company on time comes from. You know, when you say, I mean, good companion. I'm in good company. It means we brand on. So I think that really, oh, this day off to be able to look on pool of the type of relationship that sustain makes a man. I'm interrupting joyful way. He's many something that I think we can probably the next phone using the trust in this model. This recognition, investigation and appreciation of culturally rooted food ways is at the very heart of the upcoming terroir. Tuscany that will meet at Charlotte's castle in November twenty eighteen. We gained to have the town while. Series all speaking, we're gonna stall within the king. How really the. Times of civilization, many out matter nation. It makes his team to compensate. Cultivation is coaching counts of really create a relationship with b. be violent that you have, which create food, which then create societies as Asian. The basic argument is that we, we really mine has always many been dependent his nation shipmates. It seems that we guessing they disconnected, I'm not on. It might be good idea. In the ways that that we, we could survive initially way that civilization digit me..
"babia" Discussed on Conversations with Phil
"To not have to make all these cold calls anymore. And and so I, I go home with all the stuff in in in the next day I go to my bosses off, go while. Like I, I heard this really cool speaker yesterday. The seminar. He's talking about localized advertising stuff in while he just looks at me like you have got to be crazy like, okay, some guy convinced you that you're gonna use advertising to be a manufacturer's sales were up in a while. He was a really nice guy, but the way he smiled at the I can tell the, he just thought I was looney tunes like, well, I guess, well, I guess we're not gonna do that here, but I would go. But we we were so desperate. I, I mean, I was circling the drain man. I really was. I was I was stressed out. In fact, I had low grade mono. Which I'm sure looking back was my body was reacting to the extreme stress. I mean, there's like because it was like I was getting boxed in narrower in narrower, narrow like the credit cards were maxing out in my job was not working, and my seals weren't coming through and things were starting to disintegrate. You know how like when you're not in the right place, your whole life starts to disintegrate like dead fish in aquarium in your like trained haute. Oh, a thin. Just fell off. Let's duct tape that on somehow. Oh, does anybody have a stapler Babia Stamler would help, you know, oh, in in. And so I I would. I would go home and I would read my beg netted marketing kit, and it would listen to these tapes. Go, Kate, copy, writing. I know what that was until I bought this kit. You know, in in in an ice start subscribing. The end news. Newsletter in at this time netizens internet, it's all newspaper ads, direct mail pieces, postcards, print advertising, stuff like that, faxing. And I'm reading this, and then then I go to the new company on like. A website is like a direct nil. Like the same thing like headline message. Halder response allowed a four make phone call, electing leaves white. I can take all the stuff at a Dan Kennedy's newsletter. I can tweet language, so doesn't freak out the engineers in like I could do this and we had a marketing consultant who's fairly savvy, and he, he kinda annuity was doing with internet and we started working together and you know what that that little company took off. We grew a two hundred thousand dollar a year product sales business, which is like, nothing that is lake simple. Okay. And in four years, we grew that into a four million dollar a year business, and we developed a chip in my boss was kind of visionary yet, and he he understood technology and he knew the how things evolve in these. Like we gotta take these circuit boards. We sell in tournament with chip for one tenth of price and.
"babia" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"So I was always going to grab you. Seniors asked that because always like kind of irked me. I know Eddie knows this shit. I know he knows these a mass. There's like, let me ask that because that couldn't be an oversight, and I didn't know anybody else brought that up to you. So thank you, buddy. Thanks, he now we got to ask you to how how's Tony Ferguson now he's fighting Anthony. Patterson. Is it to twenties on Connor Babia of Kedah. Healing up. Okay. Feel enough, incredibly, you know, he's doing everything possible for his rehab. He's got his own gym now and he's got all this equipment like red light therapy, compression like legs, sleeved things, and you know some kind of like he's got all these. This therapy. He's doing constant Mike, you know, massages and, and and you know, everybody knows. He's cardio machine, he's working. He's he's, he's working so hard every day. He's already just, he's in the best shape of his life right now. He, he was never an alcoholic or anything like that. But you know, he decided to quit drinking once and for all you know, and he's. That injury really made them real valuate. You know how he was living his life and how you know he's already training like bad motherfucker anyways, and and now it's even more intense. So you're gonna, you're gonna see the best Tony ever against Pettus Eddie. Let me ask you as a as a jujitsu master. If you would've work with Conor McGregor for his fight verse could be, what would you what would you do? I mean, I mean, is he could he mass that aerobic fuck weeks? What would you? How would how is he going to survive down there? I mean than having if he doesn't mock out. Initially, of course, people say that, but yeah. Tell me thoughts on that. You know if I, if I had you know three four months to train them, I'd be I would definitely add rubber guard to his game. Would it be enough at that point? I don't know, but I would add a lot of other stuff too. We would be working. You know, guard retention, guard, recovery, side, control, escape back, escape, mount escape over and over every day, side control escape, guard, recovered guard for. Attention. I think the mistake people are making with Khabib. The biggest mistake is when they get taken down there trying to get back up. I getting back up. It's not gonna work against compete. He's that's where he shined. He shines and writing people that are trying to get back up. Remember you remember that movie, the warriors costs. Remember whenever running from the baseball fury's eight Jackson, that other guy running the baseball fears were chasing them through the park. Remember gos- and never running, and then they eight, Jackson guy decided to stop it. Like, fuck this running. Let's stop. Just stop and beat these these pussies. Right. Remember that, yeah, they start..
"babia" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"Who is Dan Harmon leading Twitter, Rick and Morty I just got back from Comecon Rick in what he's your big thing there. What what did you do? I've never watched episode of our community sort of standing on like that that I get what you're doing and I'll tell you it's a waste of time. You can tear through them Seinfeld. Great, not gonna do it. Suck addict, fine. Rhythm. Don't much recommend if you don't have to nobody that that one came to me in the same way where I was like, all right. How good could it be in three episodes by three hundred? And I was like, I got it is pretty great. I've never watched rigging morning, but seinfeld's pretty great. Yeah, and get more. He's pretty fantastic in both suck. Adak. Sure. Don't watch. I, I don't. I don't think they're doing fine with worship the, it's a little heavy for you. I don't worship the actions of other men. I create content Gomez way. It should be. Okay, totally. It's a fact pay maybe realize idea I'm picking can Morty but then Harman nonetheless, I never knew Dan Harmon. Was that always imagined he was a thin man. Really? I do not know this. This is what harm and also the creator of a community, right? Yeah, it was a big deal to guys superwealthy without most people knowing what is facing big podcast or two, right? He's got hard harm history, which is a huge podcast harm town. Lot of podcasts that are big and you know, for all accounts hardcore history, that's history. That's a Dan Carlin. Yeah, name rhymes. Got it. Then Carlin and harm and come on guys. I don't think you understand podcast or rhyming of rhymes. Dan Harmon and Dan callin you could see how that could be confused. Are you hanging up on. Confusing though. Right past it or some Some become become. refine with it. So confusing. Do Carlin hardcore history. Excellent podcast, never raped the baby natural. I've been magic dent Colin then harmed with the same person for quite some time. Hilarious. Everything about history. Okay, really? That's what I thought. Then harm people. Interesting. Very interesting. I've been thinking Dan, calling him the whole drive is Dan Harmon to different people die. BUSTER souls. Would fuck us step anything, but I would never fake rape. A baby arts deleted are recommending critter deleted his Twitter account this week after fake PB rape video featuring himself resurface, went viral on social media, five minute video Hama plays Darryl. Climbs through window, pulls down onto where and rubs his generals on a plastic baby doll lying on the couch. Can we get this video up? We don't need to rent worth mentioning that it's a, it's a Dexter parody. So if you ever saw the show Dexter, that's what they're doing. Yeah. Okay. So this is Dan, Dan Harmon, not harm, and you're about to watch my controversial, new pilot Daryl. Now I have to warn you. I originally made it with Showtime for their audience because it's a little groundbreaking for normal people to handle, but maybe you'll surprise me. Good luck. Dr. Hugh, my wife just a baby this dream last night where I was a fish and I looked up and I saw myself on the Admiral our time is up. I think the best thing for you to do go home type that Babia and get yourself a good night's.
"babia" Discussed on No Wahala with Tune Day + Bawo
"Shot the fit was your rick cornell list litwin on him in him and rachel is for video babia my everything you learn done and that stupid that like basketball in high school gym scenes that on video i think drake and the their partnership in the beginning of drake's career was definitely an attempt for kyw kind of stay in his good graces for whatever reason and hope hope kinda try to do the same thing too like hey like i'm willing to bureau gee it's not by force but if you need a mentor bom and your man's out in the way i gotta agree but i would say events i think it was when once ago came out right title i think that's what brought the beef to ahead because number they collapsed on pound cake yes and then title yes i think he was supposed to sign the tighter he joined apple nia about i mean it was kind of an interesting time to be an africa tunes while because for all of us are fans of j in the a at that time and drake you kind of have to pick a side of the time 'cause it's like iraq which j but leo yo just came out so off over here yep jeffy service july it might be gone unite jury but they're serving jail offer garland so is hearts the like they had straight out the like not about me like you've got work your way through that they hired julie to oversee the afrobeat seen over there too so is very hard to go against the meshing that time it seemed like apples definitely mocking with the with the continental more so tim was cooking the july she absolutely you know overtime people show their people show their.
"babia" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Jason hamburgers right over there my name is nigel here race weekend ninetythree wabc some are hailing him as a hero he is indeed that his name is jason seaman he was the teacher that tackled the school shooter at noblesville middle school today he was shot three times a student was also shot we do not know the condition of the student as of yet seaman the teacher has just released a statement said first of all thank you to the first responders from noblesville and fishers for their immediate action in care i want to let everyone know that i was injured but i'm doing great to all the students you were all wonderful and i thank you for your support you are the reason i teach that again according to w t h r dot com is where i'm seeing this channel thirteen w t h r dot com where i'm seeing the statement from standing ovation babia standing of he's a hero american bad ass right there well done i can only pray hey that the student that was involved in this that is currently i believe she's at riley i can only pray that she is going to recover we do not know the status of of that student's condition last time we heard it was critical we have not gotten an update throughout the afternoon yet if we get anything we'll pass it along to you if we're not on the air when it happens follow us on social media i promise we will keep you up to date at hammer and nigel facebook twitter and instagram it is carved day if you're on the west side be careful lots of drunk folks stumbling out of sixteen in georgetown right now we.
"babia" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"Libya and of course one would never say that out loud we have to face the facts when turkish government opened the voter huge numbers of repeal nations even that's not africa and entered city of your turkey and we really talk about this is to wonder how did they do this how are they able to intercede you these wreck fighters very poor parts of africa somebody oviously brought them and i think i know that seymour hersh is talked about the rack line and it's just that the cia was actively world okay let's look into this carefully i think they should be hearing the united states if not done by the covers which is mute then people shoot open this conversation you know needs to be wanted how did these people get there was the us government involved i mean it's certainly clear through operations seek them or the us government was buying arms avakian providing them into to be given to these people but they were certainly printing arm to provide for this going syria but have people win i think they needs to be public discussion about this so that the turks and the cia would put that line in reverse in motion what i i mean i said we'd have to see what happens when the lobby moves it lip but i haven't feeling that the army would work out a deal with the turks and say here we go here's a vital put them on the past sending them across the border to turkey you don't want them you're gonna put them on a charter flight and you're going to find them off to you know smaller report somewhere perhaps in southern babia in szabo somewhere of the desert two of them off then be capstan join outcry of the margaret which you know as i can tell you is mainly not the organization it may be the cigarette smuggling racket and these fillers getting to cigarettes brooklyn in the summer them become hot coats but they sort of disappear into that part of africa which is being essentially destroyed by the french american belt of the suheil and so i think probably the kind of thing.
"babia" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Is exactly what grind do they're expanding the open a new place up on london bridge they're planning on opening one is according to propel and sit here in the city of london up to the second one the great thing about these places james that they they trade all day so it goes from coffee and then seamlessly goes through right into the early hours of the morning selling beautiful handcrafted cocktails yes i do like well the thing is that that sort of thing is is no longer in in my in my sort of an acura babia because account just go off and do cocktails and things like that but there are some fantastic coffee base cocktails as well i mean but then the problem is they can send you a bit i mean you know a coffee martini and all those sorts of things i mean they can they can really drop you ever the edge well they can if you on how many you drink but it's a suppose the thing about the cafe bar culture is that you can go in there and you can have a cup of coffee in the evening and no one's going to give you a second chance you can have a beer you can have something to eat they're just open all day they are but i'm also slightly surprised that we haven't gone for the different ways in which coffee could be employed so so for example i'm quite a fan of getting a a double espresso and a nice a nice dollop of ice cream and then you pull the hot coffee over the cold ice cream so i've forgotten is what it's called my goodness me that's delicious and why that is not served in more coffee places it's refreshing.
"babia" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"And suffering more need our help now just a few dollars will help international animal rescue see more suffering ranking things before twoway what did you do today nothing has good is saving babia rat's ass donate now at international animal rescue dot com that's international animal rescue dot com maxine waters a low iq individual nbc's chuck todd sleepy the president likes making funny names treasury secretary steve mnuchin defending the president's labelled labels delivered of last night's campaign rally outside pittsburgh a speech that did not have much to do with what the speechwriters wrote i spoke to a white house official last night during the speech who is familiar with the president's prepare remarks four saturday night in pennsylvania who told me that he delivered about five sentences of what was on the script and then he just went off attacking some familiar targets like a hillary clinton bernie sanders elizabeth warren corresponded boris sanches at the white house not happy with all that and the president general attitude is arizona republican senator jeff flake we should never normalize this kind of behaviour particularly from the president of the united states and so i think it does real damage longterm to the political culture flaking mnuchin on nbc's meet the press i'm richard johnson this is the story of the shaving company called harry's in an epic battle of david versus goliath in the early 1980's a child was born two of them actually their names were jeff and andy time went by they developed facial hair in one day.
"babia" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"A man what has always been annual shade i just dead then entertainment side in the man i know that they're here i knew that when i saw you as babia red carpet all i may one day one day it is dude right here but was that eu is is because you're rounded way with pops or was in a i had always had a love for for movies uh what's your homework and were mayweather jr is better than before of course they were with him oh what a you know i will always ufc for screen riden uh i was really into being a writer first then dermot secondyear cosmopolitans lie your uh so i got this movie they working on an icon i need you to play downli uh okay i was very uh as i had the auditioned for over two years had a coaches law that finally had a head gastronomic cop in an early as all became active in ngoepe deeds straight outta con it wasn't like you didn't look like popeye was like oh he's on you know what i'm saying like you i mean you nail that a legit hit the man as though are you know with anger goes was been next than than i got did that these two entities got me guys zillow king of all models manda accounts i read it goes on like you break it down here we even ask who was coming up is it on our diet alexia though as out here just rest just think around eur radio's may oca jackson jr fifty sen in the neighborhood big boy neighbor mccaw since dawn zhu's says ooos on our dreams since i was said on romanian congratulations worse assumed zones a man and unorthodox but i know i have it for the money and was satis museum i got they didn't win the budget permit when they apply me know there and not so much we will jarno me everything cassoma of gone with which is to his dude almost turned are parliament widow party says some to see him mccaw saone see mees said done a century was a dream since i was looming congratulations vijay singh even save lives food cake day so mm.
"babia" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Major told service targeting children with religion wears a political ideas with medical operations with drugs is illegal because it's up the parents of separate their grandparents is up the community how they wanted to be introduced the world but for the advertisers and the big global combines they crave more than anything on earth early access to your so they can have bitch away tim or train them and nate attitudes and behaviors at a habits that literally let them own your child now a good parent teaches children to think for themselves teaches on the classics about how to think about how big the universe is the relationship to us but if you look at modern leftist agenda is the opposite of what classical leftists like machine teach feminist babia a book we reviewed that shows the sexualization of little girls and little boys and their pinup girls taking their butts out that the other feminist threats and they can be boys of they want i mean if he wanted to create a mentally ill person that ends up being a basket case this is how you do it but that is by design zana this is a virus skull virus to absolutely break down society and com but that said we now have you legislator calls out epa games beggars on world at disney's predatory practices would star wars themed online casino you know i ran into this about sixteen years ago my son rex for you all knows a great guy and he's 15 years old now but back when he was about i dunno eight nine years old man younger and is longer than i very successful he stay with my parents for the weekend and they led him use their iphone a video game that nacchio was were you battled dragons then i i got him back on monday stayed there over the weekend wife and i went out on a vacation shortly occasion the beach and and we came back and my parents a few weeks later said my gosh we had a four hundred dollar bill on our credit card rex was playing this i forget the name of a.
"babia" Discussed on WTMA
"The full videos but they post food uh over the executions felt the edited one but you see on board cost babia and when you watch this one of the you realise that when a a human being take seven minute to sever the head over another living human be duck that's the level of takes us back to world war two uptake suspect the gas jae an old top about when the individual does that not out of total spied but actually believes that by doing so to helping you because you've refuse to convert to islam and therefore i am hoping you because of your refusal to do so then you realize it's not about negotiation if put about socioeconomic factors it is about eu will wapiti earth today in 2017 and listening to us right now because we know all these years new york is the target new york has was the target to begin with an and the late twentieth century the first attack on the way empire on the world trade center the new york is the target in two thousand one new york remains the target of the cult of the murder recalled itself and yet we're going to just speak to the subset of isis because it's in the news at carter former secretary of defense as written a lengthy peace and the excerpts of which i've read and defence wad and the surprising details here sad that i learned from ash carter is within days as have here is assuming office as his late 2014 he realized that the the obama administration did not have a plans to deal with isis which had been in place for a year beginning of 2014 when the president called it a junior varsity outfit they watched the mass murder of the yazidi these and the flight from now sinn jar that summer and done nothing they've watched the intelligence coming in from a rock and from syria of the mass murder being practised by isis and yet here's what the secretary of defense at the.
"babia" Discussed on Geek News Central
"But yet the fcc thinks that plenty of competition in america today he must be at member of this sir this trade group and you know this who who believes this kukka no one believes us really come on no does any went over will you know i know when i go to my sisters place i'm on the acela not dsl am i might fi among my varieties in my by because betsy only really true viable broadband that i can get at her place and believe me when i feel those of you that are part of this ohana that are in those areas that have shitty broadband i feel for you i really really do i've always told my mom i said by ever come back to live in michigan which a you know i'd really love to fight ever come back i just don't see how i could live day to day in the country i would have to be somewhere close to a someplace rank and get that know the internet fix the highspeed fix even if i had a studio someplace i could go into during the day i don't know it it really really tough become so dependent on broadband in net lakes in you know all this in our have all this media at my fingertips right and the spoil babia really um so i am.