19 Burst results for "Ballinger"

"ballinger" Discussed on American History Tellers

American History Tellers

05:24 min | 2 weeks ago

"ballinger" Discussed on American History Tellers

"Or sleepnumber dot com slash tellers william. Taft took off his emaar. Ninety-nine nine like roosevelt. He was a republican but he represented the conservative wing of the party. in october. the new president decided to take a trip to yosemite like his predecessor to the chagrin san francisco politicians. It was announced that moore would serve as his guide. The san francisco call publishing editorial criticizing the choice in light of the debate over hetch hetchy no more competent conductor of a scenic expedition that region could be had but mr moore is hopelessly wrong on this most important question. He represents a group of noisy sentimentalists who would let the valuable resource of the valley. Lie fallow forever. Rather than an unimportant modification of its natural features should be made for the good of a population of a million people in that view mr moore's close attendants on the president is regarded with suspicion as the damn supporters feared. The trip was enough to turn taft against the project. Progress was halted as the administration suspended approval and ordered the city to investigate. Alternate sources of water incredibly. It seemed muir had once again been able to save his beloved hetch hetchy from destruction by speaking directly to the highest power in the country while tap support on hetchy worked in mir's favor the administration was overall a pro business. One taft secretary of the interior was richard ballinger. A man who became infamous when you decided to take three million acres of public lands set aside by the previous administration and sell it for private use. The move was a slap in the face to roosevelt's conservation legacy the following year in nineteen ten pin show publicly accused ballinger of colluding with private interest to line his pockets. He demanded congress make inquiries into balancers conduct and connections to the coal and water. Power industries in retaliation though. Taft had pinto fired from the forest service. Upon hearing pinto's dismissal moore wrote that he was sorry to see poor poncho running amok after doing so much. Good hopeful work from sound conservation going pell-mell to destruction on the wings of crazy inordinate ambition. Ballinger was officially cleared of wrongdoing by both the president and a sympathetic congress but by then public opinion had turned against him. And the taft administration. It was a win for the conservation movement but the damage was done. Their ally pinch show mir's longtime nemesis was out. The taft lost the next election. To woodrow wilson. The new president appointed franklin k lane as his interior secretary lane had been the city attorney for san francisco during the administration of james phelan. The mayor who had i push for damning hetch hetchy but days before wilson's inauguration tafs outgoing interior secretary ruled that the government would not approve the project without congressional approval. Move took the decision out of lanes hands and placed it before congress. A congressman from california lent his name to a bill. Granting san francisco the right to build a reservoir in the hetch hetchy valley it was called the raker act. Imagine it's fall of nineteen thirteen and you're walking back from an overpriced lounge to your office at the us capitol. it's been a year since your grandfather pulled. Some strings was able to get you a job. Clerking for the progressive republican senator miles poindexter from washington state. As you cross the street is your friend. Frank garner he's a clerk to but he worked for senator john raker of california afternoon. Frank don't give me that afternoon business. What your boss is. Still fighting us on the raker. Bill people are upset. They don't want the damn you guys don't give a damn about the damn cops out. This isn't the first time we've been on opposite sides of an issue. I grew up in san francisco. I was there during the earthquake. My home burned down but even before then the water company even used to barge into my parents house to make sure we weren't stealing water we were treated like criminals would gouge by feves for water. You catch yourself. Frank is usually so put together. You never expected him to get so worked up about a hole in the national park frank. I'm sorry i didn't realize this was such a sensitive subject every day. We're inundated with letters from john. Muir's latkes calling us monsters but we're trying to help our city the only way we know how but the people aren't saying don't build the damn they're saying build it elsewhere. Poindexter says you have other options macleod. Or ill river. Those can't give us the quantity or the purity we need. Why are you in so many other still fighting us. You're not the only ones getting letters from john. Muir's people frank. Well it just seems that the farther away from san francisco you go the more people hate the idea of the dam but none of them are people that will ever see the hatch valley anyway. Does that make it any less of a tragedy. Frank looks annoyed again. He leans in. We're going to win this. You know that right well. I'm sure you are but if we don't fight it our own constituents are gonna turn on poindexter. And i have every intention of staying in dc in the run-up to the congressional vote.

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"ballinger" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:35 min | 2 months ago

"ballinger" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"I think he wrote three articles about this but he essentially says like this is a a model for how a modern sports operation can widen its ambitions and grow its audience idea of this authentic homespun adventure that is accessible to people that they can follow online that they feel an emotional connection with and kind of in an aspirational sense. Feel like perhaps they could do one day as well i Nobody's going to be able to you. Know hammer the individual time trial at the at the tour de france at forty miles an hour. But the idea of getting on your bike with a with a sleeping bag riding around france until you finish is aspirational enough. That i think it really engender that kind of grassroots. Its iron cowboy same idea. One case the tour in the professional People associated with it are promoting it and want to happen and the other. The ironman people are like pretending. It's not happening. Maybe it would be different if you could sign up for the tour de france if you just paid enough money. That's the difference like iron man is they didn't want to cannibalize their short sighted. In that regard it's a little bit different here. But i think the point being and this is the point that jason gays making like this should be studied in business. Schools like every sports organization should understand that these kinds of events are percolating up. We saw it with the iron cowboy. We're seeing robbie ballinger we're seeing it with timothy olsen and all kinds of people all over the country and a lot of this is an emergent out of the pandemic getting cancel. Saying i'm gonna figure out this thing for myself. And i'm going to share it transparently as it unfolds on on digital media and i it's sort of like the difference between posting an image on instagram. That's highly edited in filtered and looks perfect versus instagram story. This is raw on the flying authentic. And there's something about that rawness that were compelled by And i think what lachlan did is is extraordinary. I think far more difficult than people realize. And just so fucking cool to challenge the orthodoxy in this way. And so when i asked you who won the tour to france like lachlan morton got there on tuesday. Those guys got there on sunday. Won the tour. Friends lachlan yeah so i hope to make it Happened to get him on the podcast. I'm working on it because it's just a fascinating story on the subject of the tour de france specifically. Do we need really need to spend a lotta time here. I mean anybody who cares. Probably watched it on tv. But i did wanna shout out more cavin dish who at thirty six years of age and in the waning days of his.

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"ballinger" Discussed on Insureblocks

Insureblocks

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"ballinger" Discussed on Insureblocks

"Was I think I have worked out pretty much day and night the last four years trying to bring this about with many other people coming along my side many wonderful people from a lot of other companies nice cuz that's what it takes to make. It really happen. I completely agree and you know a few points, you know want to pick up with you is you know, I've had you know the pleasure of having also, you know, Chris Ballinger song. Of Moby the mobility open blockchain initiative and in it, he was describing the importance, you know of having the right individuals, you know at the beginning who who are enthusiastic, you know about blockchain, for example, he quoted some of the individuals we're paying their kids allowance in an ether or others had created carpooling programs and and you mentioned you know, how you know, you had this key individuals at the beginning and would you agree with his point, you know about having the right people at the beginning is very important. It's crucial what we said these yes, these people that came alongside wage were people who saw the potential and got excited and actually had passion and were able to go back into their companies and bring those learnings back and bring that passion back and bring to show them the potential that could happen. It's so vital. We actually have a thing and we we kind of laugh about em, And we call it the spirit of blockchain collaboration and we talked about this the spirit of the Consortium that we've created and how a lot of these people from the beginning are still there now, right and that builds trust and having those relationships and building that trust mature Consortium even stronger and and what we're worried about is as we grow and it matures into these new things will we be able to hold on to that initial excitement and spirit, you know throughout this journey. And so when we bring on new members, we actually all members approve the new phone number and we we actually say yeah. Okay. What we require view is a membership fee and this Spirit to collaborate and and yep. Some of them kind of look at us a little sideways at first. It's it's to help not have disruption right so that you can be productive and and really obtained goals and objectives and Mission that you've set out to do excellent. Excellent and I want to come back a little bit later on this Spirit of bugs in collaboration because I'm curious to know in that how did that influence your governance structure, but before we move on to that and I'm actually curious to know a little bit more about you know, the the members who have joined, you know in your opinion, did they join with it as a defensive played them with it and educational opportunity. Was it about reducing cost or or was it, you know, maybe in some ways they saw the bigger picture. They saw that, you know by collaborating together, you know, you could create new business opportunities that were perhaps not possible before without this collaborative platform. Yeah. It's a great question. And and what we're seeing is that all of our members are dead. Different stages within their companies of this blockchain journey and the Consortium gives them an Avenue to come in and to learn I think the two.

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"ballinger" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"ballinger" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"On. August ninth nineteen o nine ballinger. Pinchot attended conservationist conference in Spokane Washington that day at big story hit the newsstands. A claim that private companies had purchased almost sixteen thousand acres of the federally held lands. The balancer had released the companies. The story said were now. Exporting THAT ACREAGE FOR PROFIT. The article contained one critical inner though it was not fifteen thousand eight hundred. Sixty eight acres. It was one hundred fifty eight point. Six eight acres. A decimal point have been dropped making the purchasing ten times larger than it was but in spite of the massive error. The damage was done and pinch sought to use the mistake to his advantage. The next day I gave a speech attacking ballinger and defending conservation. He declared the purpose of the conservation. Movement is to make our country permanent and prosperous home for ourselves and our children and show went on to argue balancers strict construction of the law. Turn this fight into a struggle between the interests of the few versus the good of the many after hearing the speech conference attendees into applause for Pinch. Pinto and the cheering lasted for five. Full minutes. Balancer lost in the court of public opinion before he even had a chance to put his own plan into action. But President Taft Bleed Ballinger to be in the right and issued a statement defending his secretary of the Interior. As for Pinch fate. Taft could have fired him immediately but he didn't instead taff made them more politically astute decision the president sent a letter to pinch praising his work and asking him to stay on as chief of. Us forestry my dear Gifford Taff wrote I have the utmost confidence in your conscientious desire to serve the government and the public. I should consider it one of the greatest losses that my administration could sustain if you were to leave it what. Taft was not being generous. He was looking for a political win. Keeping Pinch on his staff might have quieted criticisms among the public. The taft did not care about the conservation movement. But these attempts by taft did not diffuse the situation. The two men and their supporters continue to fight publicly. Pinch unearth dirt on ballinger showing the former lawyer had favored a special interest group in Shady Alaskan. Coal Mine deal. The claim was not baseless and as a result Congress decided to open an investigation into balance purported misdeeds pincher saw this as a decisive success. But he was just getting started on. January fifth nineteen ten pin show bypassed his boss Agriculture Secretary James Wilson and the president by sending a damaging report on balancer directly to Congress. Taff team this move a piece of insubordination. Almost unparalleled in the history of government tasks still hesitated to act. He worried that firing pin show would end his already. Strained relationship with Roosevelt and weaken has reelection prospects. Taft agonized over the decision now. Several people to weigh in one advisor looked at the facts and stated. There's only one thing for you to do now and that you must do it once. So that night. Taft fired Gifford Pinchot. The embattled president explained the people place me in an office of the highest dignity and proper respect for the office on the part of my subordinates. Your own conduct. You've destroyed your usefulness as a helpful subordinate taft. Hope this would be the end of the Ballinger pinchot affair but the scandal was just beginning. The consequences of tafs actions would reverberate after the nineteen twelve election. It was further. Divide the Republican Party and would turn friend into foam. It's January Seventeenth nineteen ten in the Congo. Colonel is on an extended African safari hunting big game with his twenty one year. Old Son. Kermit Roosevelt have been exploring camping and hunting for nearly a year on this expedition sponsored by the Smithsonian Institute to gather specimens for its new natural history museum today the colonel and his son and their African guides Plod through the grasslands in search of a rhino herd. It's damn hot out here. We should have gotten an earlier start. Kermit agrees he lets. His Dad knows much sun so hot. Baking the mud brick. It's hard to tell. These footprints are fresh. And I can't see how we're going to find anything in this tall grass. Let's fan out a bit. Kermit and his gun bearer cast. Tura head to the right. Why the colonel and the rest of the party continue want the hunters searched for fresh Nostra's Prince as they slowly and silently moved through the tall grass. Suddenly kermit calls out here father over here. Colonel quickly runs join kermit and Tura. He looks where his son is excitedly pointing and sees rhinoceros tracks. Well done boys. Those are fresh footprints to be sure. I must pass right over them all right. Let's move. The group follows the prince for nearly an hour with two Africans. Acting trackers guides colonel and kermit followed closely behind. Suddenly the Guy Pulls up. His hand calls them to stop you points to a tree about sixty yards in front of the colonel mounts giant ant hill to get a better vantage point he encouraged peer through the tall grass can just barely make out a large rhino near the foot of the tree. I see your father. What a beauty but at the sound of the hunters voices. Rhino sits up on its front legs. It's alert for danger. Colonel lists his hunting rifle to into shoulder and pulls.

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"ballinger" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:31 min | 1 year ago

"ballinger" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of Congress who is also a doctor he represents the Coachella Valley that's right Dr rivalries as one of just seventeen physicians in Congress I look that up Scott he has served there since twenty thirteen and you know how we get the Ballinger further that he was in the army doctor who dedicated his practice to underserved communities like his hometown of Coachella and he joins us now via Skype congressman Dr Ruiz walking to the break down thank you it's great to be here I thought we just throw in both of your titles from online so before we get into the news can you tell us like where are you and how is your family doing I know your wife is or was a nurse and you have too little we have twin girls who are probably right five I do I do they're five years old and die and they built a fort out of sheets and chairs and they slept in their four in their room so we're trying to find different ways to keep them occupied innovative so that they don't go stir crazy inside dark place during my yesterday at home orders I hear you on that I have a four year old and seven year old boys so it sounds like you are in it home to tell about it right now I am in my office and I am with one status only everybody's working from home and doing teleconference teleconferencing and video conferencing works but it's either my home or my office got it well as I said I mean we want to talk a little bit about kind of you're aware you see us out since you spent time in an emergency room in a rural emergency room and we're hearing so much concern about the readiness of our health care system for this and so much work that we know the governor and others have put in to trying to get all the personal protective equipment out to them to get the ventilators refurbished where how do you feel like we are doing in California at this moment we're behind and we're behind everywhere in our country the California is very dependent on the federal government's ability to provide the supplies to increase our and support the healthcare systems I especially prior to the surge and in general we are behind look I'm an emergency physician practiced in the emergency department during the H. one N. one pandemic and I'm also a public health expert with a specialization in disaster eight and so very early on when we solve the virus spreading and its effects in the in Wuhan China and then you know in different countries that's the time where our federal government should have been sounding the alarm educating the American people start to in power people with the messaging and setting the expectations of of social distance seeing of washing your hands as well as revving up the production line in a massive form for mass downs face shields tasks and and Bentley but as we all know resident downplayed it and diet really said it was under control that he was going to go away and and really really gave false or contradictory information with mixed messages even within his own administration and that has had repercussions as we know there are some governors who are very late to take this year yes I and even locally and my community there were some city mayors who were just basically saying that this is a partisan issue that that that they didn't understand why we're making a big size because you know the flu I had had some also some some similar characteristics and and so it it it was difficult to really rally the local community I and the national community that really take this seriously all right before there's the threshold and exponential rise in transmission and that and so that we can alter that curves of transmission in order to keep it under the health care capacity and and if we're going to really make a difference we really need a a whole of government aggressive population war why social distancing so that so that we can prevent what's happening in Italy but unfortunately you know we have some segments who believe it some segments of down and now we're seeing the repercussions are you saying that when you say were behind you mean California is behind because California was you know one of the first out there's a stay at home orders the bay area was the very first in the country are you saying that California is behind or that that for the lack of a federal message from the White House has made it difficult to get the message through to you know save the governor of Florida who said he just yesterday found out that it was casually transmitted the virus that it's so California is ahead of the curve compared to other states there's no doubt about it governor Newsom called for a statewide stay home policy governor Newsom has been mobilizing where he can tests and and school closures local counties have been doing the same very earlier than other locations but here's the limit is that we don't live in a vacuum there's limitations in the amount of tests that we did in California simply because there weren't enough tests nationwide in the federal government was it moving fast enough to approve test or the reagents for those tasks and deliver those tests and then win the California received some tests those tests where malfunction and so there was an issue with those supplies as well so so California is ahead of the curve but as a country we are behind and and the moment too and and by the way we still don't have enough tests and we don't have the rapid ten test turnaround capacity to make quicker decisions and not only in the care of patients but also in the surveillance and containment for certain pockets of neighborhoods where we may see a a faster search so the number is at worst and that's very important to understand because the numbers that we're seeing now about the rate of transmission and the test is an under count because there have been people who have not been tested who have the virus there been people have been symptomatic and didn't go to the hospital that had the test that weren't counted so we have to we have to be analytical about how we use the current numbers of those that have tested positive I in our planning and just assume that the degree of spread is higher than the numbers that are being reported well I mean that gets me the sort of what is your practical advice because people obviously I think in California you know have largely dissipated tensions the stay at home orders were now seeing some sort of new updated advice around wearing masks if you go to places like the grocery store what do you tell your constituents and Californians in general like where what should we all be doing personally exactly that's a very very good point you know because here we talking about the nitty gritty of numbers and test but the practicality and the clinical judgment that people should have is to basically understand that the virus is transmitted through air droplets is when somebody sneezes coughs when there's new kids and it lands on other people and objects and you touch those objects and somehow it has to get into your eyes your nose and your mouth and the the distance of travel of those air droplets after a sneeze is about six feet that's why the recommendation is to stay stay away you know stand six feet away some people are even saying that as as people talk sometimes they they shoot out those little droplets when they speak they speak you know they spent a little and so does make Kerry that virus as well so that's why social distancing is so very important to us hi dad if people maintain their deaths distance from one another the other thing to pay attention to and in terms of understanding the processes that a virus I needs a host to survive so in the absence of a vaccine there's two ways that they P. is going to flatten and come down one is that we keep our distance from one another so the virus in that particular hose does it find another subject another host and gets transmitted hi and eventually goes into a vulnerable person so that's the social distancing way of slackening the curve the other way the curve flattens is that the virus has infected so many people in massive amounts that there's a herd immunity meaning that there is a critical number of people that have already been inspected that have a an immune response so the virus can not live and be transmitted into that other perks that other person so those are the only two ways in the absence of a vaccine that we're going to really flat discourage now we don't want to have the massive infection where we get to a herd immunity just yet right we want to do herd immunity vaccines because then you're increasing the probability that somebody with asthma somebody with diabetes somebody that's older than sixty five somebody with heart and lung diseases or weak immune system is gonna get the virus so the best thing that we can do is to follow the precautions very simple stay at home as much as you possibly can yep I'm sorry the mean the definite cars when you swipe of course spent a lot of time both in your life and in your career as a physician working in and around low income communities you work I think in a clinic for low income folks after you graduate if you became a doctor and I'm wondering if you know if you look around your district and hear from other members of Congress who represent what lots of low income folks how are you seeing the inequities in the health care system playing out you know in your district with regard to testing with regard to access to care that kind of thing well there's no doubt that in areas where the communities are medically underserved they don't have enough physicians enough nurses enough clinics to even go get the care I in a good day none the less in a bad day during a pandemic and one of the things that we're concerned about in the distribution of these tests is that those that have more resources will receive the or it will have the ability to respond to purchase the test and they will test the communities in those areas and we're seeing that here for example in the city of Coachella which is one of the more medically underserved areas there's only been one positive corona virus reported I and that's simply because the people of Coachella don't have access to the test that other more affluent communities have like palm desert for example in the Coachella Valley so that's why it's important that public health experts and and leaders I count for the disparities in health care to make sure that everybody is being tested that everybody's receiving care because you know on this pandemic we want to make sure that as many people that we have surveillance and testing for as many people possible in order to shorten the length of transmission the pick of transmission and I'm working with a local hospital and a at a tribe in my district to precisely start drives through testing in the poor areas of the of the district that's great because we know that it's clearly not just only going to affluent areas of the only times that a big story about this inequity as well I'm very quickly before we go to break and arteries I'm curious as speaker policy has already started talking about the possibility of another bill to help stimulate the economy or to help local governments what do you think Congress needs to do if moving forward after these first two bills including this huge this huge two point two billion trillion dollar package well the number one priority needs to be saving lives DO and to reduce the spread of the virus and also the length of time the virus continues to spread the depth of our reception desk and the length of time of the recession is directly proportional to the peak of transmission and the length of time that the.

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"ballinger" Discussed on Adulting Like A Mother Father

Adulting Like A Mother Father

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"ballinger" Discussed on Adulting Like A Mother Father

"Because there's the characters are amazing and there's somebody like twists and turns and like just like everything is so out of this still blows my mind what I said everybody. It's crazy to me that this was going on in these people like live in the same country because I feel so different and like everything they have going on feel so different than like my reality that it just. It blows my mind that that's happening. Yeah it was. It's it's kind of freaky. How entertaining it was but yet this is their their world and the whole big cat seen obviously infuriates me. A little bit and I felt really sad for the animals at some points but yes we watch tiger king and we're interested in starting something new. I don't know what that is. We're also watching my favorite character tiger king. Who Was it a favorite you? Were you most drawn to. Oh my gosh. I don't know where to start school. I mean I guess. Carol tripped me out yeah. I was fascinated to watch her. I think she is a complex character and I think she so calculated and there's just a lot going on in her mind that we all think but don't know and so yeah. I think she's interesting. Yeah Yeah Yeah what about you? What do you see what I'm curious about because you do a lot of the reading? Are you reading anything interesting? Because I know I see a book when you take your little bath all Manga. So I've been taking bubble baths right. I like a good bubble bath. Wrong with that helps. The blood flow feels nice. I picked up. This book called strengths finder. And I just started it but it's the. The premise of the book is how we all focus on the things that we're not good at and we spend all our time trying to improve the things that we're not naturally gifted at whereas this guy's philosophy is basically double triple down on the things that were naturally gifted to you. You're naturally good at and excel as much as much as possible by direction. You know what I mean. So it's really interesting and I'm already hooked but I'm only I don't know twenty. That's powerful and I'm glad you're drawn to that book because I feel like that's something you should really focus on leaning into toys are. Yeah you are someone who you're not self deprecating but you you do certainly ought do you lean into yourself and give yourself a hard time for not being X Y and Z when re- in reality like I see so much of the good in you and I'm like why don't you just give yourself props for all these things that I'm so attracted to and aspire to be more like. Yeah it's a couple of things the comes down to like the the simple principle where we all want. We can't have what we don't have share and so you may be good things but you don't think much of it and you see Other things out there that are that are good or what people are good at anything like. Oh that looks cool. I might want that or I also need that to be well rounded whatever so then. You're become hyper focused on that piece. What a waste of time though. Because you hit you can be well. We're all sort of well rounded just based off of the characteristics. We were sort of born with and have grown to. I don't think it's about. I think I'd take a blended approach like this book just reading twenty pages ever already changed my mindset. That's I want to focus more on the things that I'm naturally good at but I take a blended approach in terms of like. I still think that you should make attempts at thing. You should make attempts to get better at things that you're not naturally gifted at but I want to say like that. Was the part around like working on those things only or focusing on you. WanNa say guy goes back to being a kid especially playing sports like it's that mentality like that Michael Jordan mentality. Where you you're not good at these certain things. You have this one thing lockdown which are not good at all these things you spend all your time working on that and that's what I did for a long long time and I think we gotta get back to like just making life a little bit easier and being aware of what you dope. Yeah and then doubling down. I love that because that's where a lot of people who are very successful I think originate when they realize there's something that they actually enjoy doing and they feel proud of and they're good at it. That's when you see a lot of success I obviously don't know for sure but I feel like a lot of people who are naturally gifted at something like for instance like an IRA or something you know. She's just frigging phenomenal. And what if she was so focused on being a scientists because she thought that would make her well rounded that? She's you know she yeah. I think it's important to to focus on the things that you actually enjoy you that you feel like you're good at your actually pick this up from from this book but like little examples in my life. I mark who owns iconic that Aren't company it's a company they take all these pieces are that his partner does as partners. I guess artists and they put it on. What's it called canvas? Campus like the leading canvas art company. Whatever but I've heard him talk many many times about like when they especially things around marketing and advertising when they find something that works they go all in the same kind of premise. I think that can be applied to my own personal life to love. Shut out to mark on last thing. Because I'm just curious I know you listen to lot of music or you're just constantly putting cost deaf ears. So what are you listening to in terms of Lincoln artists? That's a that's a really good question so many mornings. It's cafe con Leche playlist from spotify. Did Not let that cat out of the bag I did but I put that on my story somebody has because I just. That's that's that's possibly there that possibly one of the best playlist on spotify. Yeah okay so there's that but on the garage doing workouts. Whatever a lot of drake playing a little post malone who I took it back to my childhood the other day fifty cents store. I like asking you because you're all you used to do a lot of like new music Friday so I feel like every week you would listen to someone new cool and I would you know. Then find your interesting because I don't ever search music very often new artists. I don't know why but I just think it's cool. I music makes you feel things you know what I mean like for me. Music just makes life better and I love like finding something new that makes you feel something that you never felt before are used to. I've always been into music mainly hip hop and in college. I remember I used to go on websites like hot new HIP HOP DOT COM. I swear and the time we still had to download songs and upload them to your your ipod or whatever like I would have the freshest music coming through my headphones at the gym you were born to be in that field. Maybe one day strength. Yeah I don't know I feel like one day you should. You should unleash little came to party. You're single from back in the day. It's still bombs still bumps. Oh my gosh okay. Well I think we touched on a lot of different basis. Marsha pretty young. I'm curious what this next week holds for all of us and Okay go ahead. Eat less replica that next week. What am I confusing you? Yeah only sometimes even the crap out of me. Sorry right guys we love you. We really do appreciate your support especially in these funky times where we don't know where to consume our escapism. 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"ballinger" Discussed on Adulting Like A Mother Father

Adulting Like A Mother Father

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"ballinger" Discussed on Adulting Like A Mother Father

"So 'cause those first few months man they are yeah. There are a lot of horrible like it is so bad. Like the amount of times Eric speaking candidly with a system. Where we we have to sit down with each other and say okay. We have to really pay attention to each other right now. Like yes. We're taking care of this baby but if I notice you losing your mind going to take him from you not that we ever do anything but just that like that. We would have to support each other so that we didn't break down to sobbing so like he would see me holding him in. Just see my face and see how overwhelmed I looked and he would just be like all right. We're going to pick up screaming baby and go in the other room and then I would do the same thing for him if he looks like you know the look. You must know the names. We know the look the look and Andrew implemented the same rule I'm so glad that you touched on that. Because the reality is like you have moments you have whole days or or you just feel out of your mind like it is such a challenging process at times and it's so important to be able to say like look. I need a break. I need you to take him. I think you guys like you know you did it even better when a step further and just said look. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Watch out for you. I'm going to be aware of like how you're feeling if I see you looking like you need a break on stepping in and I think that's so cool. Yeah it's I'm so glad you guys understand so that other people listening are like what they did that. No I think it's a healthy way of approaching it because you kind of fill your tank the second like someone else steps in and you're able to collect yourself for for me. It's like stretch my arms. 'cause you know how it is. Ab It's like stretch my arms. You know make back a little bit more comfortable have some water. P and then I'm like okay. That's all I really needed and I can jump back in now. Yes totally and by the way we have almost one and a half year old now and we still do that. Sometimes but now since he's talking and running around and being a maniac we will just go to each other like. Hey you gotta take. I'm losing my mind like you know so now where we like each other we'll just barge in wherever the other person. Is there room like? Hey your turn. I'm I need a break. I totally get it so just because you know times are obviously unique right now. I'm curious to hear how you're managing a one and a half year old with you know we're fortunate to be able to even work in these new conditions warranty or self quarantine. So how're you making time for one another? You know what I mean like you have to entertain him. You still have to figure out how to have some sort of work regiment. How's is it all going? Well you know it's not easy We actually just talked about this yesterday. He sounds like Hey. We need to figure this out because this is getting crazy. We can't have babysitters over where really quarantining ourselves. So we're like it's just him and I and I am working. I feel like somehow I'm working more now. All of the sudden I think because they work from home always now. Everyone is stressed about the amount of work. They're losing and and how stressful these times are that like somehow more work getting thrown at me so I've been pretty overwhelmed. And he's like let's figure something out but are like sacred time is after he goes to bed and so we talk about how hard that is because we sometimes just want to go to sleep too because we're so tired but crest that time is so crucial to cook dinner together. We eat dinner so late which I know health wise. You're not really supposed to do but it is important for us to cook together and make a meal together and sit down and veg out watching a stupid television show or last night. We played scrabble puzzle so like having that time together even if we're so tired is super important or we kind of fall apart as parents and so you know you can't parent your best if you're not spending that time together even if it is just watching some dumb reality. Tv Show and laughing at it together. That's really important to us for survival. Sometimes we get to that point in the night and Flint's down eight thirty or nine at night and we get together. This is the first time I'm really talking to you today about something. That's not a nursery rhyme or you know the new sign that Flynn learned today in sign language or whatever it is. It's like so that time is really really important to us It's after his bedtime but we do try to have. Those moments during the day to walks are great. We'll take a walk 'cause when he's in a stroller he's somehow magically not talking anymore. He'll sit there and just going to look at the cars and the airplanes and just kind of sit and be himself and so on those walks you can also like have conversations and spend time together but it is hard to find that balance Especially with the new kid. I mean it's so hard to find time to reconnect with your person and so important in order to still be good parents. I think I think it's an ever changing process to because what works right now. You know right now you're limited to mostly PM hours to connect for us to you know because it will gio so hands on because he's not even mobile so it's like you know we're we're constantly holding her switching hands and figuring out new stations in our house that he's contented for temporary time and then moving on to the next one all about distraction so I so get it and I know again like it'll change in different ages and stages So no we we feel you and obviously right now. Things are so kind of upside down and I think I'm just trying to figure out different ways of entertaining him outside of just Andrew and I because I want him to still be able to be independent you know and be able to like have moments where he is by himself and learning or growing and so you know yesterday. Was it yesterday? Yeah yesterday we had a little like online music class which was really special. I feel like entertainers right now. It's a great opportunity for them to curate content for all kinds of people you know what I mean. Obviously all of us are looking for outlets and places to be sort of lost in consumed. But so our kids you know. It's a great opportunity for these programs to to come to life again like we have to throw screen time out the window right now. Yeah that was the best thing I saw a tweet yesterday that was like the only medical professionals advice that I'm not following right now. Is the screen time amount children? That's the only advice. I will not take a medical professional because Mike. Yeah just something because it's good for them to be able to like relax right now and right now. I think we're all going a little stir crazy in. Its we're just at the beginning.

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"ballinger" Discussed on Adulting Like A Mother Father

Adulting Like A Mother Father

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"ballinger" Discussed on Adulting Like A Mother Father

"So stay tuned more adulting mother father when we come back okay so now more than ever you guys. We have to do our part to keep our bodies healthy especially in the long run in on even if we try to eat really balanced diets and we eat. Kale Salad Strength Cream. Smoothies we're still most likely getting all the essential nutrients we need on a daily basis. So we're here to talk about. Ritual ritual is an obsessively research vitamin for women and ritual has this vitamin that is called the essential for women. It's a multivitamin it's completely reimagined. They've got everything from d three to a mega threes. And it really is just something that helps fill in the GAB. In a woman's Diet They also have this. No nausea capsule that is designed to gently digest in an empty stomach. And there's a mint TAB and every bottle to keep things fresh so you don't get that fishy aftertaste. That's common with most mega threes. Let's yawning big fan. Obviously because I been chugging vitamins lately and just in general especially since being pregnant breastfeeding really important to take something that's going to help fill in those gaps traceable and transparent and for obsessive label readers like myself all of rituals vegan friendly sugar-free non. Gmo gluten free and allergy free ingredients and their sources are out there for the whole world to see which is really important for me..

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"ballinger" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"ballinger" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"Free yourself a comedian. Performance artist knocked through myself. No because I feel like I would be destroyed if I ever said. I'm a comedian really aren't comedian. I you know what people I feel. Swimming youtubers try to get away from this always youtuber. I always do above like even above everything. It's just that like that's where I started and like I don't think I think yeah there's negative connotation that comes with saying like youtuber her and but like it's the truth like it's where I got my start so when people ask what I do on my com- youtuber or like I don't really say a comedian I do when I'm on tour. They go. So what are all these suitcases for. What are you doing? I'm on tourist comedian but like if someone asks what do you do. I've never said I'm a comedian. Really I don't think so. I don't think I would say that would you. Would you go on like snl they asked you. Would you ever host it out hosted by got famous enough I would totally host. Let's say like right now. They're like you gone on Jimmy Fallon you've gone like right next door. They're like hey come like because there's never going to eat you hosted it and I always think of WHO's the first to do. It would be me I would say yes. SNL Ask you. Would you turn down leads before. So that's why I'm like. Oh where's this girl's head back. And he said Oh they offered you a lead and you're like no. I'm not good enough. Yeah I don't no no I think well yeah that'd be Super Fund the host. I wouldn't be a cast member on it. I don't think I'm funny enough to be cast member you host it. Yeah because I feel like everyone be a host like I mean if I got famous youtubers. Youtuber is though if he were first. Because you know they're gonna I feel like someone's going to ask soon and I feel like like like lily seeing somebody I feel. He like we'll do it and I feel like between like you. Her Confronting Hall says mainstream. Like I don't know who's being striving David's going that way he is. I mean you yea. How do I respond nephew drama? I immediately think like David Housing. But he was just on Falun for a bunch of things. Yeah I think he's good at that because he's like his himself I I don't know maybe I don't know I don't. He is mainstream. Yeah he he's Joanie like every video like fifteen million really had Justin Bieber get like twenty five the closure. Yeah they all like no he is definitely getting me answering which is honestly really go like I hope he goes. I don't know I don't know what we love him. No it's actually quite impressive because I swear like a year ago he was literally doing nothing like literally filming like me and Jason Fighting and all of a sudden doing things I mean. He's hosting like judging musical acts now on TV. Did you see. He's on America's most this musical family and he's critiquing see musical. No does he know anything about it. You go for him. Hey maybe he will not qualified for that notion eight at all but it's like his co host with a girl from the Eighties Debbie Debbie Gibson and then. There's like another girl and the Niklas the host on Nickelodeon and it's like David critiquing taking families. Okay I know so I get it I love. I love a hustle. I love a hustle like like if someone is like like that makes me happy you know a for sure I mean I would take literally the opportunity. Even I couldn't do it. I'd be like okay. I'll take that. I don't think I would ever say like I'm a comedian. The I guess I mean like that's crazy. Yeah and I. The comedian world like I love Comedians. I respect comedian so much. I know most of them hate me but I think they're so talented and what I love about them as like comedians are typically and. Maybe I'll get there typically the most self loathing people people in the world. Mike you have to you you have to be self deprecating to choose a job where you literally like. It's almost this mentality of like Wolf. I Make Fun of myself. I no one else can right and I think comedians are really smart and really intuitive and like they watch the world around them on a different level than other people do Then that's how they come up with comedy they're able to come up with stuff that where everyone goes like. Oh my God that that's so true that happens to me. How come I didn't think of this right? Every joke is like Oh. That's so funny and I never even knew that was funny. COMEDIANS are so talented. Yeah and I don't think I have that and but I will say like yeah. COMEDIANS are like very self loathing. MARANDA is exactly. It's just like me awareness to things that people wouldn't like and you do it in such a different way but like bringing awareness the things that people say. That are so ridiculous. You probably wouldn't think so unless marina saying and you're like Whoa it's like ridiculous Nicholas and you're like yes putting their spin on it exactly. I don't know I feel like you can't say you're anything these I can't say I'm a comedian and actor because everyone's will say something I would. Eh Loggerheads on Broadway but I'm Broadway like that's what I do like even now I say `I podcast or someone say I do porn with only Phantom. I do foreign like I don't know I just do everything you think. Is that porn porn. The people consider it porn. I guess if you're a naked consider idle consider. I think it's funny. People Love Porn. If it's not if you're not your own people love to call me at Porn Star. I'll take it just like the drug addict and I don't know people like to call me all these names and I'll take it makes me sound lock lower than I am. I don't do I literally just sit at my peroxy. Didn't stuff really famous Rodeo drive. There's there's like people know what it would take pictures. They do what they want. Because it's like it's like a forest collab- like the guy who who does it from the Hollywood fixing TMZ it's literally like they put it up the clips on Youtube and and then they get all of us. Because you're in the thing so it's like a forest club basically ambush to like. Just use you for they would you. I know they would. You also don't go to like no. This is the first time I've left my house in a year. And you look so good makes you watch the video couple of this is all like I saw today and I was like look a different person I just filmed the video where I had to like. Get Glam so I'm using my hair before I put on a beating girl. It was crazy it was like it was cute. It was like it was like yours. Like really tight pony like big. poofy blip you. Couldn't do it or what hurts. Yeah and I don't know how you're still wearing that ponytail uh-huh so much I want to pass out. Yeah I was dying I was like I should I go to the park with his hair or do I want to become comfortable being so you look so cute though. I love your show I think because you're tiny tiny MBA podcast. Enough are tiny. I don where you say yours like I always time late next to someone and not that I hate myself. I love myself because something like airtel Ter- but no I like all sizes but I love like tiny girls that I've never been tiny so when I see one of the lucky and you can eat whatever no is not. Everybody is perfect perfect. I agree full bodies all body. You always have. I have no booty no hips. I'M A box. Take my body's a box you'll be you know the other day. Posted a booty booty peck in your leggings. These at Eric Thought I looked good in this shit in my pockets. It wasn't even my. It was like keys and keys and like goldfish crackers. He looks he was like your bugs. Can I was like look at my pocket. Take he's like Oh you don't have a by. No they love it. You know that you're the double cheeseburgers before this town when she so lucky you like taking just eat. Whatever I'm probably going to diet forty two haven't even save? The insides are black probably mind. I've actually never had like a physical so I don't really scared. I feel like I should get one. They're going to be like you have no stomach. It's gone it disintegrated during your pregnancy. They said you're finding cert. Yeah which I don't know how I was fine because I did not feel fine. Luck Internet's horrible. It was awful Eric Bath or does he. He does now that he knows me. I've ruined him because when I met him I like we barely talk season when I was too busy and I was going through and so we barely talk but I do remember one conversation with him. Because he's like hips during the cool in like MHM quiet and mysterious when I was like. Oh this is not someone. That's like my five insane and weird whenever I was just like. Are you like really healthy. Yeah I remember this is one of the first things I said. What do you like keen Wa was keen y goes like okay vows like us when I thought and then next season two? We started getting really really good friends. We were friends after season one too but anyway we became really really close and then we start like like hanging out and like eating food together and I wanted to get McDonald's or something he's like I haven't eaten that crap in seven years. He hadn't had a soda or fast food in seven years. Wow and now he. Has it very often regular very often. He's lucky too because he's got genetics too tall and he's like I don't his body very is frustrating. Because it's like he's always ripped. Yeah like arms always look I certainly I have. I have what I posted one wants and everyone was like. Is that Erin Eric. He's Chisel he's like a sneaky whining because he's very much insurance where Wiley he's always result. Eric's okay I remember umbrella I think I like. DM Like early on. And I remember like yeah. He told me about someone bears just because he is so I was and then when you said you were like dating. I don't the house like Oh my God i would say another thing. I was so envious I was like your life is perfect. No it is. There's plenty of drama on behind the scenes. Have really in your life course. Everyone has their drama family. Members won't talk to me anymore. Really the perfect family to always doing music together..

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"ballinger" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"ballinger" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"Yeah PG only fans feature. I like that kind of stuff Yeah but I try and do different things like the music that makes something like. I always just try instagram. Just just anything. Yeah because Youtube is one of those things and I love you too. I will even if I make zero dollars I would. I'd still post on there just like what if they decided to leave my whole channel. That's been around for fourteen. All my music videos read devastated. Oh I'm so scared. I don't delete everything someday. That's why I don't know I like doing other things in your. I hope you do a million other things we were talking about before. Starting this hour like Tricia do Brian. I'm really manifesting things lately. Say Forty eight forty forty eight is my abundance Annandale. Angels and a lot of forty eight forty eight in my life right now. So I've been like manifesting again. This started in December forty eight forty eight and I'm not. I'm not really big on this shot. So this girl Georgia. She like tells me about this. She does a lot of us which have been low. I mean my second chain are forty eight thousand four four four eighty or something. She does that mean abundance of the angels. And it's been consistent that number Burmese. Yeah Forty eight yeah. I had a ton of videos that have forty eight thousand four hundred eighty and look if you look on my blog channel to this day. It's all like forty thousand. It's really weird and I'm like I like that's awful. That sucks like ooh. She goes to let me an angel. So anything you manifest up until the new moon which is happening like a few weeks now like come to you have been manifesting powerful shit so so like on that note. We should manifest like youtube going to be great. It's actually flourish like our channels are gonNA be my hat. I know I'M GONNA make it out on. Youtube is going to be the main income again. But yeah manifest. This I want to be on Broadway so bad and when I saw you I remember this. This happened which I felt so bad I remember. I did a video because I was going on tour like a miniature. I said I was like which I've always been fascinated by you touring I remember asking my God like people back in the day like how does how does Coleen too early. I I was so I wanted to tour so bad. You've done it for what. How many ten years that okay? Let's talk about how you started that like so interesting to me. But I remember going on tour and I was GonNa play like on the address Broadway. So the guy's going on Broadway and I did that. I told you the same thing. Like Oh and then you announce days later the next yeah so literally so she titled The video. I'm on Broadway and I saw it and I go. Oh my God I was like. Are we going to be a time. I was so excited. And then you watch and you said said that you were going to be on and actually like anytime go to New York and do a show as Moreno Mike. I'm on Broadway. Yeah I actually just did it by the way okay. Okay done that I the they're saying. No I literally just did it. I just posted videos saying like I'm going back to Broadway because I'm doing a show in May on Broadway but is it a Broadway theater or is it the the town hall theatre townhall right on Broadway like so I was like I'm going back to Broadway. Buy Tickets to my show. I feel so bad because then then you posted and then of course. Everyone's like she's trying to. I had no idea for me. How are you trying to steal anything? Maybe they thought you told me like a friend and I know you didn't know would never because that's what I'm trying to remember old you now. I don't think I do. I had no idea I thought I was like. Oh my God I was like shook because I why you come from theater so it doesn't seem that crazy but toddrick has done it too but people really now you are Broadway like we were just talking about that I'm keeping Dallas Camera. I mean girls and so people are like doing Broadway now but I feel like they weren't and so when I saw you doing that I was like I was so I've never been. I will use the word jealous. I was so what do you do. Jealousy guys this is what I've learned over the years and I'm very jealous person. I've always wanted to compare rates on to other people manifest. I'm going to do that too. I wonder if you're seeing. It's not as talented us here. You're seeing that's insane. It's so crazy like your voice. But I just want to manifest Broadway so I was doing everything I can to try. So maybe we'll see see. I don't know rich. Let's put it out there Broadway. Twenty twenty so twenty Broadway. I WANNA do a show with you. Yes let's make it happen. I would die. I feel like I've known you for so long and every time like anytime of comes up. Let's sing I always went down. I was singing wicked on the way here. And I show up. And you're in a wick. That's crazy that's crazy easy to sign. Yeah that would be insane. Colleen's like she doesn't think she's confident to do alphabet which I feel like you could talented enough to do alphabet of really. Yeah no no way you do I wanna I wanNA play Glenda so bad I wanNA play video. Because here's the thing but so you can play Glenda. Here's the thing I think that and I always think 'cause I like love that character and I'm blonde but I would love to play more than anything because like really my favorite song in the whole show as long as your mind and it's like I love the character much more and I like playing people that like are everyone would think I'd want to be like Elwood's or something and like q you but like that's not that's not what I would love to play like Elizabeth Schuyler or something you know what I mean like something so different so for me. I would love to play my favorite. Let's do a video. That's what I'm saying to uh-huh these crazy like music videos. I spent way too much money on it. I'm always like doing cover songs I've done smash I've done like beetlejuice. I always want to do. Wicket and I was feeling feeling we gotta do it. Are you serious. I'm totally you see. Here's the thing is tricia. I'd be like you say things people thing and they won't actually do it but do you remember when we did a campfire. Kiki whatever Joey and sounds like you guys want to come to do my show and Utah and he goes. Yeah you've over joking. I was like I'm seriously going out. Yeah I did came and I was like I'm GonNa make you come Shuck 'cause you said you're like okay but this one of those things where you're going back. No because I'm the same way I believe you guys came. I was so happy that was I was so we are part of a Miranda shout with does that the do now currently the one we were. No it's a new one now. Do you still do the ending. Where was I pregnant or did I? Am I baby then baby. You're giving the way the baby. Yeah it's a version of that one do you still with your like The middle school or high school play the first night we ever did. It wasn't yeah. Yeah Yeah that was the first dying. I was dying because I've never been to marina show and the audience is so different than anything I've seen like that ending was so good like that. And then the finale I loved when you do all the pop songs. That's the most impressive thing because that it's Super Fun just above your elbow voice at the end when you're doing all the lights so operatic like it's yeah I know you I WanNa do you do any song from like wicked. Which one was your favorite like together? Yeah I mean I like I love as long as your mind by the way such such a good song but I feel like I don't know I don't know what would be the best thing to do together find gravity there's beginning of defying gravity. There's both girls populars mostly just Glenda. I like. We're good like Kinda boring. My favorite is and it's not when he mentioned and I love watching it I watched Wasn't a may not. I don't think that's Megan hilty. Megan hilty yeah. I saw her do it on the tonight. Show it's like the one thing I do over and over. I love watching. Her performance is low then get caught loathing. That's not the name what his name. Oh Yeah isn't NOCCO loathing. No I call it that we you should do both girls I love it. What's it called? What is this feeling? Yeah what is this research four and I guess that's my Brad. That's not a good name. It's so good because I love the harmonies that like I love all. That's that's literally probably my favorite song. Besides as long as is your mind. That's one of my favorite songs and I love and that's the reason I'd WanNa be alphabet. Because I liked that she gets to be like Solo and like. I don't know why that seems fine. Like I don't know Glenda also seems one 'cause she gets all the ah gotta do that. I'm down really except there's one part was like blonde. Big If you should see me Blonde Trishaw Shaw not good. No it is bad. We really imagine me blonde is horrible at your background. No L. Like what's your like. I'm the most American you can get like an American American American. That was like English Polish Irish. Like the only amount of everything you look kind of like Swedish show most relate your eyes and your nose and you're like your jaw is Swedish. Like dairy always get people always say like I look like some Hispanic or like which I i. Don't think yeah I know but I don't have that in me at all. That's good though. They didn't play that I I would love to Blonde Albion Dod so oh my VCR. I will do this in a week. Look let's do it. I'm down I will do. It would be my dream because I think even if I can't play these roles I think it's like fun to like. Just pretend but do it. Okay manifest it. No it's GonNa the APP. Just write a check I got it. That's what you're saying. We both would pay to be on Broadway literally literally you said that to go back to be on it. I was like yeah if I if there we're like I told my agents that when when we're talking about doing waitress I was like don't let this go away. Yeah I will pay to do it. Hey I want to be on Broadway. I'm I got literally. That's what I do with my music literally paying to get to play all the dreams I'd just I just love it so much is there's something magic never seen a Broadway show like even if you're not gonNA musicals yeah like when you see. I don't know maybe not. Everyone feels this way. But there's like magic is magic. We'll and like they're they're expressing themselves. I don't know musical theater. Music Zeke is different than anything else. It's like it was for me as a little dramatic kid. It was able. I was able to express myself through the music and theater. Like I would sit and listen to Broadway soundtracks. That's interesting crime. But this is how I feel like I just loved it and then the happy staff just takes you away from whatever you're going through and you can just like I don't know everyone wants to just sing and dance. Mike wishes life was thousand percent. It's like every time I do like a video address. Someone like that's what I wanted to just dress up as people because you're not in the it's not you're not in the real world and when you go to Broadway it's like the exact same field right and those people who is say this. All the time I respect broadway more than any other genre of entertainment like those people are insane. They do it eight times a week. They racing like crazy. I keep me answering beetlejuice. But the way they they all do these like voice tricks like crazy lydia like has this like crazy screech like belt thing. How do they not ruin their voices? Oh you got title times a week. Yeah but I mean I don't these people. They're so talented. Do you not talk like during performance. I mean my i. I don't know how I don't know how Yeah I. I was tired. I was tired but like my voice. Never got like burnt out by the end of a to show day. My voice would be tired but like it wasn't as demanding wing of a role as a lot of other roles are Broadway because I had one song and then I sang in everything through.

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"ballinger" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

The Dish With Trish

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"ballinger" Discussed on The Dish With Trish

"I didn't know that that's horrible. Razi do you do not recommend pregnancy trying so in some women love it. Just because you're sister-in-law's she just like she's she lives. She loves being a mom and her births are pretty like quick quick. Yeah she kind of just like pushes once and they're like out she's pregnant all the time. I'm jealous babies. Does she have issued bring our she had that one meal. Oh okay I would like. I'm so jealous. Even like your videos during pregnancy I just get not that. It's about the content of our mommy. That's so fun to watch. I'm not even a Mama Llama Aloma crying. I loved it. I was just like some people like you're so ungrateful and why I didn't understand Either I'm not allowed to complain about being in excruciating pain because some women can't get pregnant that's horrible and I feel so horrible for them. Yeah and I'm so I was so grateful to be pregnant but it's like saying like you broke your leg. You're not allowed to complain about breaking a leg because some people don't have legs exactly it's like that's not make any sense. I'm not allowed complain about being in pain because some women don't get to be pregnant. She's like Internet but I got a lot of hate for complaining about you remember. I know 'cause you have like such like I've gone. Your shows like people are so like obsessed like you have you get like mobs of people shop and then you also get so much hate and you're so not problematic about anything and I don't know I think it's just the world like it's just every eight everyone you know they do. But when I was reading the comments especially like during your pregnancy or you tell me that's insane like I just wouldn't even read it if if it's like if someone would tweet directly at me or like sometimes you peak. I don't know how you are with reading comments and then you're like operating yeah I'll peak and then it'll ruin ruined me for a week so I try not to look yeah has it subsided. Since you've been a mom now. Does anyone still get. Oh yeah they give me mom. Hey but I don't I don't care I don't read it because I'm like you're not the mom of my son and I know I'm a good mom and I know I'm doing the best that I can't for him in like people were like. How dare you taken when I did Broadway? I took my my son and he lived with me and you work for two months and my husband and everyone's like how dare you drag your son to New York City. You should have left him at his home. Kids need to be at their house. And I'm like would would you think it's better for him to be at his house without his mother why he's breastfeeding exclusively for two months. Just been not with his mom and his bedroom room sleet. He should be with his mom. If that's an option. Yeah I feel so grateful that I that is an option for me because for some families. It's not like like so I got here for that. which was really weird weird and people you know? Just everyone has an opinion when you have a kid like you should breastfeed or formula. What types of food? You should should give them what people see it toy that he's playing with a video and big that's GonNa hurt his development for walking like a toy like fine or he's sitting like on his knees in this one like instagram video. I posted and he shouldn't sit on his knees. It's going to ruin his knees in his hips for us. I'm like he's he sat down. He's just sat down on his knees. He's fine so yeah people hateful. I feel like that that would be like. I always think God that's have had academy I don't know if I can put but my baby online because I know people would literally because people call like cops to my house even if nothing's wrong like they'll be like attrition needs a wellness check and I'm totally fine. But if I had a baby I'd be scared people call CPS. Or if. I was doing nothing wrong. I'm sure I don't know I try not to show him too much. Like I want to share him. Because he's the coolest thing in the universe I think. He's the smartest and cutest Piston. Most perfect human that lives. Yeah and so when you feel that way and your life is i. Don't even think about it as a job might. Life is to put my life on the Internet. Yeah it's not like I'm forcing my son to be part of my job. It's my life. I love sharing my life on the Internet. It's what I've been doing for over a decade so naturally if I'm excited about my son I want to share his of course so I try not to like you know shove. The cameras faces like show fees at grumpy or whatever but like it's I wanNA share him. I think he's so so perfect. Yeah Luckily people have been Nice. If I think if I read anything mean about him I would lose my mind. Yeah I've I've seen people hate on babies online. Like if they have like those breezy. Yeah some people. Babies have like things born different like on their heads and people like attack. The baby is eight looks so ugly and I'm like that's I would like I would go off crazy. Yeah well how has the Youtube now. I know you're like battling with you too for a while about you. Couldn't show the baby or was it just a mess so okay so youtube is is like. Don't get me started. No you constantly changing like monetization rules. I'm deal with I get nothing for me to you. Probably don't get monotype. I said I'll so youtube now is if you put. If you make content that is to adult you get demonetized as you make content that is for kids you get to monetize. Even you get punished even more. If you're content is four kids you get demonetized. You can't you can't money. There's no comments. Youtube will hide. The video won't won't show subscriptions. They will completely had the video so I don't know what kind of content they want on the Internet. Was it make it for kids. Gone if you make for adults no money. Is it making it for kids or showing kids making it. So it's like if I'm like. Hey kids today we're going to learn about the ABC like that will for sure but they get to decide. Essentially like I can say I didn't make this for kids. But if they watch them rand video and they see me taking a slurpee bath in some prisons like well. Obviously this is for kids. Even though it's like more mature adult comedy a lot of times Marina China. That'll go over the kids heads so it's like four. Everyone if they decide that that's for kids. Then they can decide to just make my channel for kids and take away everything. So are your your comments on disabled right a not yet. But you're you're you're brother's family. The ballinger family day. They had their homes disabled for a long time. It's still disabled. I think they're back on now. Ah That's why you'll get like I see the as family. I have kids. And it's like their comedy. I don't know it's like that's when you choose a mess like they're a lot of predators on Youtube or fine and like making making money and living their life. And then there's people who just want to make slime and the Agi. Well that was. Your argument is like disabling comments doesn't keep the pedophile. It's yeah it doesn't. It actually makes it easier like there was a while where youtube was taking down. Monetization comments for anything thing that could have had a predatory behavior in the comments section. So like kids doing gymnastics. If you post a video of a kid doing gymnastics it'll be demonetized comfortably. Taken off because because pedophile is like to watch kids doing gymnastics they say so. How does this prevent pedophile from stopping? It doesn't it makes it easier because now there's no way to trace as them. They comment like Ooh Yummy or whatever. GROSS SAYING THEY WANNA say about a kid doing gymnastics. You can find their count find where they are like an track them down online nailed them whereas now there's no way to trace them and also you take off demand if you D- monetize the video. There's no ads so it's easier to watch. They don't have to sit through a Pesky Adenoma they just get to watch the kid doing gymnastics. How is this protecting kids? It's not at all and by the way still happening on Youtube. If there's a videos that they think Pedophile would like that happens like they have not fixed that problem but could literally anything. If there's a child in it they could just like to watch the child decides well a pedophile might like that's because ads were like we don't want our company being promoted on a video where there's pedophile commenting. So they'd see comments that were from pedophile and the brands were like. We don't want to put our ads where pedophile are and that's why you did that because they were like. Oh if we take off the comments then. The ads won't see that they are watching aging. Have you ever. You're big enough to go to like someone at Youtube. Have you ever tried went off online when this was all going down and tweeted about it a bunch and I think a lot of youtubers saying oh. It doesn't affect me because I don't have kids doing gymnastics. I don't have kids like going swimming or whatever so it doesn't affect me but it does affect affect everyone because they can just decide anytime like for example if a racist person comments racist things on anyone of any color right right then an ad company can be like we don't want ads running before a video where there's racist comments so then youtube can be like okay. We'll take all comments off anyone of another race to avoid. You know what I'm saying like this could happen to anyone. It just so happened to be the pedophile drama. That happened to. That's why I thought it was such a big deal and youtube contacted me. We're like we're trying to figure out a solution solution. That's what they said but like as far as I know nothing has changed. You never like autumn meeting with anybody from you to know. I don't think like me saying anything is going to change anything. I want to say I wanted to say something coming to like. Let everyone know how crazy this was. Yeah but like Youtube. I think every conversation I had with them the people that I knew YouTube. We're we're working on it and we promised we're working on it and so what do you say to that. Okay Yeah you do it. Yeah you what else can I do. Other than like make it known that like I'm upset about it and like I. I don't approve of what they're doing. Well maybe that helped you right. 'cause weren't your comments. Able at one point they disabled my comment. Oh maybe that helped you. 'cause they're like lushes give her her channel back and you know what I don't know but I I don't know maybe they have done something to change it as far as I know. They haven't because all my videos with my nephew who's does gymnastics used to do gymnastics videos with him as Miranda and he. He's really talented and he loves it. They're all demonetized any video that he's in he's six as demonetized and comments are disabled. So what about your family like. They're fine right now. He doesn't do gymnastics online really so they're just adjusting. The idea you have to adjust for the pedophile. Come on. That's crazy. The especially well. I know a lot of people who watch a lot of like voice over videos of people who do like cartoon voiceovers or whatever and I know they get to monetize because they're considered like kid and so they just make no money money and just like the literally a person like doing voices. Yeah it's crazy and youtube gets to decide what is that's what's crazy like I get like mine. Don't get shown because because I mean I'm mostly adult content content but like you know like mature content and I get that but like kids. It's like what else is it. That's what you to make money off like Ryan's twice as he could monetize. Yes yes I'm sure I mean he's like he must he got like billion. He made like a billion dollars last year this year. I don't know though. Let's don't quote me on any I. I don't know it's highly case by case like you make money for Youtube and I have no idea I have no idea but it's all scary. Youtube scares me. So if you put your things like do you have a backup like A. You're good you're always going to be good but like do you have like a second plan or like diapers. Well I mean that's why Youtube to me. I Love Youtube. I love. I always wanted to do it forever. It's like where it got my star and I am passionate about it but that's why I also do other things like I. I know I write with my brother a lot. And we wrote the Netflix show new Broadway and writing books and just doing anything. I can outside of Youtube to try to like keep myself safe because I have a kid now and I want him safe and be able to provide for him so I just don't know I feel like you any any day you too can. Legally they cut us off if they decide like oh no more ads for anyone thing happened. I remember I think for for like six months. I mean zero dollars because one day. Hey they're like no. You're not monetize anymore and none of my videos made any money for six months Maha it was during this style. Housing like style did something weird and JD. I was kicked out of their everyone got kicked Out and then like I wasn't eligible for renovation. And then I got like reapply and then I got in but Yeah I didn't make any money and that's why I started doing the outside like Patriot and stuff like that because I was like. I'm literally really making the most of your ready..

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"ballinger" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"ballinger" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Ballinger sponsor evidence that he had mishandled his electronic ankle monitor a mansion in California's breaking a real estate record in California and it may be one you recognize if you saw the first thing you know in their from there he said California is a place your Beller mansion is twenty five thousand square feet it's all for a hundred fifty million now in case you can't afford that here's a something else Jennifer cruises executive director for the Florida council on compulsive gambling and just as giving a child a bottle of alcohol or a pack of cigarettes would be inappropriate the same with gambling thirteen to seventeen year olds are among the fastest growing group of problem gamblers and Cruz tells me Florida's percentage of adolescent gamblers is above the national average you know gambling disorder is just as debilitating as alcohol or substance abuse but unfortunately doesn't get the same attention what about a family outing to the dog or horse track and more ingrained to gambling is into a culture of family the more acceptable it is and the more likely that people will develop problems Tony Marino news ninety six point five W. DPO hi good morning it's five twenty six now water Landau's morning news good morning Joe today mostly cloudy skies scattered showers with us and it will be windy at times winds coming in off the water gusting to about twenty five but we'll see those spotty showers rain chance about fifty percent tonight mostly cloudy isolated showers down to sixty five to Mar seventy eight in the rain chance at thirty percent from channel nine Eyewitness News I need all just Brian shield right now it is got cloudy we do have a kind of a breezy conditions a couple showers are popping up it is now sixty three other Landau severe weather station take touch Kerry triple team traffic on a wet hello Joe for my construction I for west found a colonial drive has been clear they picked up the coast in the area just got a temporary because of the remaining delays in the area.

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Is 'Pokemon Sword and Shield' a Good Game for Kids?

Nintendo Voice Chat

03:39 min | 1 year ago

Is 'Pokemon Sword and Shield' a Good Game for Kids?

"It's for a favorite game question block. So this one is from Eric Daman who wrote into us on NBC AT AEGEAN DOT Com. And it says dear. NBC thank you for the wonderful shows. Happy thanksgiving I have a soon to be six year old son and and he was really into games his favorites Odyssey and Mario Mega on the switch with the holidays approaching he keeps telling me he is into POK. MON WANTS THE NEW POKEMON game. I have never personally played pokemon game and I'm nervous. It might be too hard for him. Any won't enjoy it. What are your thoughts and introducing kids to game might be too challenging for them? And do you think Pokemon Sword and shield could be fun for him. I just want him to enjoy joy. Don't care about him completing it thank you for your time and happy holidays in the entire Aegean team. Very easy answer. How good is reading? Yeah because this is a game without voice voice acting. Yeah and so you have to. You have to read a lot so mike kids played it really early on but my daughter was also much better reading than the boys that's usually S.. And if he reads well enough or you think that it actually helps him with learning to read. Absolutely it's not so complex and it's so smart how it teaches teaches you how to play the game that I think you'll really really like it. Not An answer to the question but I did forget to mention this when we were talking about putting him on. I think it's wack that there's voice acting in the opening. I know but it's like especially like now that it's on console like in the opening thing when the guy walks out into the stadium and he's like doing spiel. It's like wow. How much better would this be voice acting but yeah I put him on his great for kids like I? You know you both started playing when you were really young right. Wait a little bit more complex now. I started with red. No it's definitely like night and day as far what the systems arm iron sulfur it. I also have no context for what a six year olds like so ca. No no short or that that. Remember that a six-year-old. We'll I just repeat the same thing over and over and like there is a he'll probably just level up even if he doesn't know the nuance of all I think you could still get through it. And they're like certain colors and things that indicate when you're doing better or not as far as like for a super effective and affective whenever you're Ballinger Pokemon you've already encountered it tells you like Ryan what works. Yeah so I think if that's something he's good within and be totally by my son at age was able to remember the most useless in great information like long names of dinosaurs and you know like Early mammals and all that stuff he just retained all of that information and so if you sit down with them and walks through the chart and what Pokemon type is strong against what. I'd bet he will remember all of that stuff super fast you can honestly just get him a type chart. Just give it to them. If if you can read like eight when I started playing pokemon and I didn't have a problem with it but I was also a really strong reader. I was one of those kids who volunteered to read in class shocking uh-huh shocking news too. But Yeah I think as long as he can read it'll be fine and you don't really need to know indepth stuff to succeed beat. That game hated reading. When I was really? And by the way Eric if not then it sits around for two years and then two years you can play. Yeah or you can play it. I guess what I was saying with the me not liking reading. I still got through enjoyed it. So there is still something there for him and you can always Her never learned to read. Actually never there are also some game stores that have Really Nice return policies. If you buy at preowned so alive game stories you can buy it and keep it for seven days and then if not being play you can just go bring it back. That's fair

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"ballinger" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"ballinger" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"From the Portland Office said he couldn't finish his investigation in time? Ballinger placed him with a less experienced lawyer so gladys turned whistleblower he asked Gifford Pinchot for help and Pinto told him to go straight to president. Taft accusing ballinger of negligence and endangering injuring public. Land's balancer defended himself with a seven hundred page report and Taft said that he spent a week with the attorney. General studying the facts. Taft half Lo and behold sided with balancer pointing to a report from the AG exonerating Ballinger and the president gave the green light to fire gladys for insubordination nation. Gifford pinchot would soon get the Buddha's well gladys the whistle blower went to Collier's magazine and this week November Thirteenth Nineteen. Oh nine Collier's hauliers blew the lid off the corruption with an article that caused such a scandal that Congress had to create a joint committee to look into it but that committee was stacked with Republicans. Seven of whom supported Taft and just four Democrats. Ballinger was prepared to sue the magazine for a million dollars. So Collier's hired word alone. Boston lawyer named Louis Brandeis to represent the magazine and Gladys during those congressional hearings. By all accounts brandeis work work was spectacular. He proved that the Attorney General's memo that taft claimed he used to exonerate. Ballinger was actually written a month after taft cleared the secretary and that letter from the president was actually written by an attorney unbalances staff now despite all of that the partisan committee the exonerated ballinger on seventy five vote but balancers reputation never recovered and public opinion. Turned against the Taft Administration. The secretary we never sued colliers and he ended up resigning a year later. Teddy Roosevelt was so furious at the way taft handled the situation and was trashing his conservation conservation legacy that he challenged taft in the Republican primary and when he lost their teddy founded the Bull Moose party to run against taft in the general election and that basically ensured woodrow Wilson's election. The incident all in all was vindication for America's nascent conservation movement. It proved that Americans did care about corruption when it threatened their public lands and ironically surveys of that land later showed it had very little coal potential and the incident launched the national career of Louis Brandeis who up until then had been known mostly in Massachusetts Legal Circles Brandeis became known as a champion of people's rights and a dog at opponent of big corporations and monopolies six years later. President Wilson Nominated Brandeis to the Supreme Court where his nomination hyphen was denounced by the conservative wing of the Republican Party including former president. Taft whose reputation had been permanently damaged by Brandeis muckraking taking the nomination was so controversial that for the first time ever the Senate held a public hearing before the confirmation vote. A tradition that carries Zahn to this day. Of course brandeis was confirmed. He went on to become one of America's most influential justices and legal minds. It's an amazing easing legacy that you can trace back directly to one of the first corruption scandals on America's public lands that broke open one hundred ten years ago this week in Western history and that'll that'll do it for another episode of Go West Young podcast. Thanks again to Steve Ellis for giving us the inside scoop on. What's going on with the Bureau of Land Management? Hey also my I apologize for mispronouncing Kootenai National Forest in the last episode it is Kootenai Not Kootenai or Nay. which is I am told the Canadian pronunciation? Asian thanks to Jason in Dillon Montana for pointing that out if I have screwed up any other names do jason did send me an email. podcast western Western priorities dot org. If you enjoyed this episode with or without any mispronunciations I would love it. If you left her view on apple podcasts or shared it with a friend friend. Also a shout out to everyone at the State Environmental Leaders Conference which came to Denver. This week it was great. Getting talked podcasts. With you we will be back in a a couple of weeks with an episode right around Thanksgiving in the meantime. I'm Aaron Weiss and on behalf of the whole team at the Center for Western priorities. Thanks for listening..

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"ballinger" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ballinger" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Fumble and the Longhorns lost that game on the road against USC he's matured so much she made good decisions last year I think Sam Ballinger is the type of guy that in his gut he's going to be saying he used to say I don't see anybody open I'm gonna run well I think the point is now I think Sam has he has the tools to to get it done without relying on himself he can rely on his receivers you can rely on Chianti Ingram is running backs he doesn't he will myself yeah he doesn't have to do it all by himself man it's tightly yup that North Carolina South Carolina clash up hard to believe in twenty nineteen it's will Muschamp versus Mack brown yeah will Muschamp was the coach in waiting I remember the day when the loss not the not so that we all kind of went what's going on it was a ploy to keep will Muschamp in Austin and will Muschamp one got a big job Florida and that kind of blew up in the Max Max stayed in the mac was relieved of the duties and again we're watching down and dirty this is a great place to watch the games it is tracked whereas the mac round table right now racism round table this is the mac brown table a dirty Martins and he's coaching for North Carolina I got a question do you think you'll watch the Texas game tonight I don't think so not really don't think so because he's he's left he's left off moved on he's moved on and I know he's who were concerned about this game was famous training right now home but now I don't think he's going to watch it here he may look at highlights for the final mac it's he he's he's he's left often Bentele he's left on did you watch Charlie strong last night speaking of former Texas coaches Charlie strong that night romped on Wisconsin the Wisconsin Badgers are a very very good football weather good yeah I was surprised at how well they played again how quick they are to get a great quarterback yeah but bad look on Charlie strong yeah it should use a classic Charlie strong team he had quarterbacks who couldn't get the boulders.

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"ballinger" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"ballinger" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"I think right now my top five next year. We'll be trout a kunia yelich because he runs more than ballinger ballenger bellinger four. That's your top tier. Who's number five mookie visit ira nado assurer my missing someone yup waiting for you mentioned that guy. I know i have in my top four. That's francisco indoor. I don't think he breaks my top way. He's over one of those guys for you. I think he's in this tier okay but no that's interesting why okay so even with the brief absence of the very beginning the of the year and really a lackluster team around him for the first two months after that he still put up some of the best numbers twenty homers seventeen steals three three or one. I don't know i feel like lindan. Bregman are back in the first half of the in the first round but in the back of the first half i think to there. I don't have an obvious as number five yeah. I had them for so thanks for listening. I think the rest of my role eight come on wogs a first rounder. Okay the common meals because we're now we're going late as yuli gurriel by the way is fifty. One runs batted in since july first fifty-one. Don't oh complain about yuli gurriel. He's having a month or five weeks fifty-one r._b._i. At eight yesterday jose ramirez who's now mike talcum in tuchman whatever and and kevin of toronto we'll talk about vlad and bobi shit biz ios profiling as a two thousand twenty crow flying like desmond low batting average twenty homers twenty steals. That's gonna scare people away but then for good. I know this is the damian easily comment i had in the show. I think it was two years ago doc. Let's not criticize guys for the latter part of their career that kind of diminish their efforts in the three to five very good right. That's what i mean but we're going. I think i think we're gonna remember. Diz desmond a little bit differently than the five years pretty darn on wants them. Now this big big series this week in washington and the mets metzer streaking they have a higher percentage on fan graphs or of making the playoffs than the phillies and the brewers and cardinals. I mean they look great. What what a series. This should be this weekend but you've got all the pitchers roster. Let's go briefly here thursday night e._s._p._n. Plus colorado at san diego john gray and.

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"ballinger" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"ballinger" Discussed on WTVN

"Lenders our guest ground zero she's a medium, psychic medium and also she's been on the program before to talk about demons in the spirit world, you know, one of the things that I'm going to be covering at the ghost conferences, something called mean. Magic on the internet. And how me magic can certainly scare people. And I and I actually focus on two particular characters. What is slender, man? And the other one is Momo. And one of the things about these characters that I don't think anybody was ready for the attack of a suck you this on the internet. And that's exactly what Momo is. She's a you. But she's based on a character called MBA, which is a Japanese version of the sacrifice, and it can be related to several other demons like the match to several others who are child killer demons, and I was just curious about whether or not me magic should be something that we need to be aware of win were influenced by these things on the internet. Definitely we need to be aware of all aspects. That's the problem. You know? It's just it's like just twain. You think you know, everything or heard everything? It might as well just forget it because it's constantly changing. It's like dealing with demons is they're not old same. They don't all have the same m each and they're constantly changing tossed suddenly evolving and people think, oh, well, you know, the demons are steam engine, they're all the same. Now. It looks like this, and they all do that. But that's not true. You know, they're constantly changing. This is an opportunity to change. You know, I thought about how ghost hunters use a lot of electron equipment to try and find the ghost ghost radios. They use boxes they use all these things to try and get contact. So if they're dabbling with electromagnetic media in order to get a ghost, what makes us think that a ghost or maybe even the spirit of something evil like fortified force multiplied into Momo isn't a president force on the internet, and it's traveling from computer to computer from cellphone cellphone influencing children do things or in influencing adults or terrifying. Adults. Quite true because they can travel through the computer lines they can travel through phone lines cell phone. They can I've had them. I've been driving down the road. I'm on my way, somewhere, and you know here. The demonic voice comes through the radio, basically saying you can't help them. It's it's not like it. If they can't do it. They can do whatever they want. Several times. I would get a stance on ghost adventures. And Jeff Ballinger called me and said, you know, wanted to interview me, and can I be here? And that knowledge suddenly heard this growling on the phone. He's like what was that? Oh, nothing. Nothing. Just a demon. Doing right, right. Right. The thing. That's interesting is I actually mentioned how Ghostbusters the movie, even though it was a comic movie influence goes timing from then on out is about thirty five years ago or three years ago the movie, and we we tend to forget that even in the comic or funny way, they were putting this out Aykroyd had some serious to his madness when he wrote it because what they were using as they were using atomic packs to try and get the demons or get the aliens. And then put them in a box. And then, you know, put them down a shoot and having destroyed and the truth of the batteries is that this is what they're trying to do with computers. They want to work on a quantum level. Not crossing the streams, but they want to use a quantum level. Order to subdue, maybe even bottle up this type of energy that would be considered ghost energy. Yeah. They'll never achieve it. They just as I said this lifetime, but I can say thirty years from now I feeling they would. I mean, look, I mean, they put stuff into boxes boxes. I mean, why would they be able to put it in electronic boxes, anti stop and think about it? Okay. Even thirty years from now as I said, they're constantly evolving. It's not like they stay on the same frequency, even though they are lower vibrational frequency. That's constantly changing..

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Body of exchange student killed in school shooting arrives home

24 Hour News

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Body of exchange student killed in school shooting arrives home

"A couple of featured on the television show about big time marijuana dealers fbi's been caught in a major spyscandal ap washington correspondent saga megani says it even includes a new nickname he's calling it spy gate and tweets it could be one of the biggest political scandals in history the president and gop supporters are demanding information on an outside informed at the fbi used to determine whether some of his campaign aides were working with russia before the twenty sixteen election if they had spies in my campaign that would be a disgrace to this country the president yesterday before the white house announced its arrange for some republican lawmakers to get rare access to classify justice department documents tomorrow the department's already said it will expand an internal probe into whether there was any politically motivated surveillance during the campaign saga megani at the white house she came from pakistan to learn in american schools but as ap's man small thou the body of an exchange student killed in last week's texas high school shooting has returned hall funeral has been held for sabika shake in pakistan after her body arrived home to the port city of karachi the seventeen year old exchange student was among ten people killed during last week's mass shooting at santa fe high school in texas she began taking classes there last august the alleged teenage shooter is being held on capital murder charges i met small upgrades are coming for the rushmore national memorial in south dakota though the carved heads of the us presidents won't be touched work planned will total fourteen million dollars and chief of interpretation and education marine mcgee ballinger says most of the construction is overdue maintenance work the largest change will be streamlined avenue of flags mcgee ballenger says the flags will be placed onto concrete structures along the walkways side so people in wheelchairs can better see plaques memorializing states other upgrades include removing part of the rock pergola to better reveal the terrace and installing lanterns to reduce light pollution the.

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"ballinger" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"ballinger" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Paul sassa pulses and he said what is in this private jet comes over he said i've read about your plate and he said i'm going to put a couple of million of team he said feel i want equal ownership with you often and he said i've got a bottle of stadium i wanna go over and meet with the mayor and show we took them over the mayor and they'll seem to like it underground parking all these other things dome stadium because of the heat and charlotte in the summertime so they can long story short three days later he is essentially i would say kidnapped the while we talk who at the time was the sports editor of the show observer takes out to where sasso is and so so tells them always stories about what he's going to do charlotte and everything else like that then a day later bill ballinger i think they'll still alive who was for the show news comes back and and right to story about going out of plane with this pulse assume who was fan machine guns with his pilot and flying up to to terrell or try talk to john bassett and just the kind of thing he comes back to the shore airport and many gets off he's arrested by the police by marshall's and and again make a long story short it's he's a fugitive that stole a plane in memphis he was in the witness protection program comes comes to charlotte mass himself as somebody that's going to save the team of course he said that he would have the two million dollars i think by monday of course that two million dollars never would in again so they go back and they find out stories back in in memphis in jail as turns out he was he was putting the witness protection for graham because his real name was pulse sewn from new york he he tried to commit suicide off of erin zano bridge and they talked him down off off the bridge and put them in the witness protection program and there he wasn't sure with somehow so playing came or in memphis came to charlotte.

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