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"bathroom mirror" Discussed on WGN Radio
"By progressive dot com, especially in terms of villians. Days. Shine day Shine God Days shine. I need to laugh. Yeah, we all do, boy and we have got what has got to be a top five son, right? I don't see a single cloud behind me or when I turned around in front of me over like mission a little haze over the lake. But boy, just a gorgeous start to the day and for a Friday that feels good yesterday, a little bit of a cool down but back up into the mid upper forties today, fifties sixties on the horizon into next week. What's better than that should feel good and optimistic. News on vaccines stuff on Corona virus cases here in Illinois. It's a good day to feel good. And I hope you are John Hanson in for Bob Surround here. 7 11 on WGN. Earlier in the show. We were talking about the woman in New York in Manhattan who discovered a draft in her apartment Strangely coming from behind the mirror in her bathroom, she took the mirror off only discover a hole in the wall and behind that whole and entire three bedroom bathroom apartment behind the wall. Very eerie and strange and had been closed down. But there was evidence that someone had been living in there at some point in some recent years. But even the management of the building didn't know what there was. And we started a conversation about things that people have found or left on purpose for the next people in their apartments or their condos or their homes. We got a lot of text when it came in. We were out of time at the moment, but I want to read through some of these. Cause there are some incredible things you'll have found or left for other people. Six Rio it chimed in, saying the house we lived in for nine years head in entire beehive underneath the tub. The bees. Of course we're all dead. We did not find that out until we remodeled. I imagine bees could get anywhere like mice and such but seems like an inopportune place for the bees to gather and Build a hive. But you would think so. Yeah, This looks like a pair. I mean, it's safe. I guess maybe a little moisture down there, if that's what they need, but the beehive down there, six, Rio chimed in. I didn't find anything. But I did leave someone something to find later. We were renovating a bathroom and I put a long note explaining who I was. And I left an entire Chicago Sunday Tribune wrapped in a plastic bag. I've done this twice in homes that I have owned. Yeah, Lou Manfredini said that did that They leave him a newspaper there. So a little mini time capsule. That's kind of cool, right? Because you know, eventually someone's gonna redo that bathroom. They're gonna bring down that dry wall and I'm a history nut. I love that stuff I used to collect old newspapers, not the harder level but pretty darn close. Of things that happened along the Bulls championships. I saved as a kid and other things along the lines. I love old newspapers. My grandfather had some old newspapers from, you know, World War two Adam stuff like that. I would love to find that That'd be really cool, 847 says. Similar, but not the same. My grandfather built the garage on this lot. And he loved drinking beer a lot, probably. In the late thirties, he was building his garage, and he would start throwing the empty beer cans between the walls as insulation. So fast forward to the 19 seventies, My brother and I had the best beer can collection in the entire neighborhood Hucles that I love finding old beer cans and stuff just to see like what the labels were like and Even if they were full, even better, Although I guess bureau it probably spoiled quicker than most other things. And, you know, probably want to drink that. 815 says. I stayed in a bed and breakfast in Maine. There was a small room behind the fireplace, and it was actually part of the underground railway as folks freeing themselves. Our Yeah went up to Canada and all the way up in northern Maine, a secret compartment Europe out of the stories. I grew up in Downers Grove and a lot of the homes there. Have secret compartments in their basement. I guess Downers Grove was an important stop on the underground railroad for for a lot of folks there on may be the funniest one had got. I want to show you this picture, Dave. I don't know if you can see it, but this was what was gifted to, uh so this is a Tasmanian devil doll..
Montana's Governor Says Conceal-Carry Law Bolsters Self-Defense Rights
"Will soon be able to carry concealed firearms on campus without a permit. Yellowstone Public Radio's Kevin traveling reports. Montana State University. Senior Chance kind is on his way out the door of his Bozeman apartment, keys, wallet phone, double checking My knife pens. My pencils Got a Glock has is the case Most times kind is in public. He's carrying a concealed Glock 19 pistol in his jeans. Practically muscle memory for the 22 year old to grab heading out the door. We've interest to get some groceries. Thank you. Yeah, but one place he can't carry a concealed gun, His college campus. At least until June. 1st when the new law goes into effect at state universities, a third generation Montana and from a farm and ranch area kind of grew up around guns. After shopping for groceries, he breaks down in brushes his pistol. Well, looks like we're actually pretty. Clinton's students who carry on campus will need to finish the hunters, education or basic gun safety course. Kind, says he's practice, drawing his pistol in front of his bathroom mirror, something he hasn't had to do for real after carrying for 2.5 years, and I thank God every day for that kind, says his father, a former sheriff's deputy taught him to take care of himself and others to be the first line of defense. In case there's an active shooter situation. For example, you are the hidden protector. You're not looking for a fight. But you're willing to finish it. Montana's new governor, Greg Jean Forte, is a friend to gun rights advocates as the state's first Republican executive and 16 years he's starting to enact long held conservative priorities. The right of the people. Keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. During a bill signing ceremony last week, GM 40 railed against gun control measures recently proposed by President Joe Biden said the new concealed carry law bolster self defense rights. Montana University system, and most Democratic state lawmakers oppose the bill, fearing it could lead to accidents and more students harming themselves on campus. Montana has the nation's third highest suicide rate, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Studies have consistently found that suicide risk increases with access to guns. So this is like the main lobby area where a lot of people like Tonto Hang out. Do homework knew our worries MSU freshman and dorm resident Daisy Cory, who's loving her college experience, but just the thought of someone having a gun in the dining hall when I'm just trying to eat a sandwich. Good morning. That's scary. If there's a dispute, she says she won't feel safe next fall. Knowing students may have guns in the library or one of her philosophy class is their signs on the front door that say no nicotine. No tobacco, But you're allowing 18 year olds have guns who are drinking on the weekends and are living with a bunch of people. It's totally crazy to me, Corey says. Hearing about the concealed carry bill unearthed trauma from her childhood in Colorado and age 13. She says she was playing Jenga alone with a friend when he took his own life with a handgun in front of her. Now. Cory says she's considering transferring from MSU. She's hopeful the Montana University system will challenge the new law in court, but Deputy Commissioner Kevin McRae thinks that's unlikely. Instead, he says, the Board of Regents will probably implemented law with an eye toward the 10 states that currently allow students to carry guns on campus. But even the areas that we look to for best practices there are different nuances that Keep this sort of uncharted water and knew. For example, McCrae says, Montana will be the only state to allow 18 year olds to carry guns in dorms for NPR News and Kevin traveling in Helena.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You what, Dad. Honest truth about these pictures. All right, gorgeous, Stunning. So good looking so awesome. So elected and even just me. We're all beautiful. There's Molly and Paul. At least Shane Rain. You go like If he saw us it beyond. I want to hang out with them because you think I'm playing with these You pictures are real proof not get close, Close to the screen right up to my own younger face. And I remember that guy that me that dude, he doesn't know He's beautiful. He has no idea his shining splendid. She actually thinks that splash of leftover acne makes him horrid, ugly. Sometimes he imagines these people, people laughing and holding him close in this picture. He supposes They hate him because they know how stupid He feels inside miss things. Clown has no idea he's gonna have these same friends for decades, thinks he's likely Hideous, wretched dummy. How ridiculous How absurd. How crazy And how is it? But I thought the exact same thing he did is a very morning. Look at my face. In the bathroom mirror. Dan snap judgment. We probably present beautiful, amazing stories from the looking glass.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Kind of reflect on on playing grant warden agents have to you. Have to reflect. I mean, I, don't know. I see them as as totally. Things you know I think the hero. Is Is. Definitely. Here to stay and were were within it and tack Constantly Finding Different Iterations of it. But yeah. I mean I just I was really happy to be one of probably a select few that have cleaver both teams I am not linked favours at all I think that they are are separate entities and separate families and separate everything and I enjoyed my time fully on events. So that is the most politically correct. What is like it? It's the politicians answer. I truly mean that I I, it's not I love them both and I think for any luck. I'LL MAKE NERD growing up it's probably think thing me sometimes the the comes with incredible character crib line. You're like Oh my God that's the one but you can. You can love them both. Yeah without. The site and even image comics is in there and like I think we're all interested in stories. It doesn't really matter who's WHO's telling. So, I was just happy part of Yeah I agree I love them both and I really do. So it's not a problem for me at all. There's more would bread Dalton in just a moment I am C. Three Po human site organizations and you are listening to sci. Talk. Now back to my conversation with bread tilt the Great imdb listed a movie just my type that urine. Has had come out with assists story on that. Great imdb yeah, yeah, it's a it's a hallmark movie. It's the last one that I have done with them and What's it last December I think shot it and it came out. earlier this year. Yeah Yeah. I don't know how many I don't know how much more I. Want to say on it. It was a hallmark movie. Good experience. Yeah I am looking forward to I think. My next big job in this new landscape that we all entering because I think that there was a you know out of Pre Cova and Post Cova era and I think that that's that's where we're at now and I. Don't know if that's what you mean for the stories we tell how we tell them. I. Don't really know but I'm really interested in finding my clay Senate. I I have some voice over stuff because that's continued. Yeah. Yeah. There's some really nice over projects in the meantime but. I wish I had something big and sparkly new to talk about the the business has been offically shut down for a few months. He has been very strange, very, very strange to say the least in America can only imagine has an actor not having. A stage to act on whether it's an film center anywhere else. I agree it's not. This is a this is a social art form. It's is may complete when it's presented in front of an audience. And so. It's it's it's very special that way. But when everything's shut down, it's also frustrating that way. Because you. See Yeah. There's there's only so many monologues I do to you know. To the Bathroom Mirror. Yeah. So what was your impression when you saw manage tomorrow for the first time? I thought it was so cool. It surprised me from from top to bottom I think that Her mass. So many. So many great things to say about this film. I think the first thing that? Impressed me was the this was a chapter of Superman life that I don't remember being very much explored. If at all in the third iteration I mean they they talk about this is kind of maybe chapter two and usually we kind of get into chapter three, four, five, six, twenty, but chapter to it's kind of an area where he we all know his origin story, we know that he's on these powers and then he is in this period of life where he's figuring it out. He's a new like. interns slash reporter at the Daley clan it I mean this is the first. Steps of adult. Life. What do we do with the these new Opportunities in these new powers that we have, and that's where I feel like we we pick up the story I think professor, super, super interesting because it seems like. A lot of the time we get superman whereas right he's already fully formed and proof and flying and knows how to say buddy and does his role in his position, and if we do get some of the origin story. We get a crash landed on earth taken in by parents and. Has these powers that he has secret and kind of almost told in flashback or something? Yeah. It was cool to see superman kind of stumbling his way a little bit and I thought that was remaining. Absolutely yeah, and also kind of like I WANNA say. PUNK rock version. Of Lois, lane in really that hit the more like Leslie has a lot more attitude in this. Then I remember and I like it I think it works really. Well, it's not just a few clever punch lines here and there I mean she's wearing leather jackets and she's like she's pretty bad at. And so I thought the really interesting take on on those lanes well and I've already had you know a kind of an actor crush on Alexandra Daddario and here she is just not just out of the park. Yeah. Yeah and and Chris Potter brought a real like. Sweetness insincerity to it. That is. I. Thought it was just perfect I thought was great. I thought was great and I thought in there that wasn't like. So in your face with all of the effects and the sounds and the into that I mean I felt like I could really invest in it and it had all of the the the best qualities of kind of I'm GonNa put this quote but old school animation that I love and I think that's just such a beautiful way of telling the story. They've maybe it's because I'm getting old older these days but I I, really do. Think that oftentimes simpler is better that is I think what I appreciate so much about this it was it. It was it allowed the story to tell itself. And it's still delivered on all of that stuff but it didn't feel the need to make like the special effects and the spectacle war important than the the human element of the story Oh. Yeah. You element very easy to this one. We want to thank you for at to talk to you and congratulate you on this role. I. Hope You do more DC animation. Well, I hope so too. They know my number. Special. Thanks to Warner home video and look for Superman Man of tomorrow as I've told you many times get the Combo pack when you can get downloadable content of the film as well. Until next time on SCI FI talk, this is Tony Tomato. Thanks for listening. That man and you're listening to Sifi Tall..
Spam Is Your Friend!
"Lead not follow. I believe knocked down a create and destroy. I make the news. I don't watch the news. I'm a leader. I'm a force for good. I'm a force for God. I set the standard. I defy the odds. I stand up. I take charge. I win and then I walk in even just saying it to the microphone and envisioning all the listeners out there right now if forces me to stand up straighter it forces me to change my posture in my physiology to match what just came out of my mouth. And that's just physically. What could it be doing to your brain? What could it be doing to your head to all the muscles and all that stuff that's makes you and that stuff? It's just makes a difference. You know what people wear you get a new suit or a new outfit? And you don't get fitted I mean it's it's the same suit actually I'll get fitted fitted suit or a fitted outfit that you look really good in in the store but if you're in a kind of grumpy mood or Kinda downward mood. You don't even wear the same clothes the same way and it's perceptible by everyone by the way including yourself the first person you need to impress on day one is yourself routines for everything. I have a routine when I wake up in the morning. I wake up in the morning and I go into my into the bathroom and on in the bathroom mirror right there. That's where I keep my goals on the mirror. I'm forced to look at it and I have one little thing there. I've several things but the one thing that makes sure it's Square and center in my eyesight and that I can't miss. It says. Act like the person you would like to see in this mirror. You can't read that. Without standing up straighter I mean. Nobody wants grumpy people. I I've said it before. I mean it's not like you're GONNA win. Somebody's win somebody over by being more grumpy than I mean. Even grumpy people don't like grumpy people you can't out grump somebody to them start to like you. Oh you know. He's a decent guy but I saw him really grumpy and now he's my best friend. I mean you're not gonNA outgrow somebody into friendship but you can do the opposite so act like the person when I look in the mirror. I said what's the type of person I WANNA be today. And invariably you smile at it and it's goofy. I mean you laugh at yourself but I do that on the phone to what happened here. I got a phone call and I was supposed to. I think I answered it. That might be hearing the podcast on my phone. Call Mr producer putting his head down as I'm doing this so this person's listened but the call ended. Anyway I want Scott a lead I I was a stockbroker and I cold called a wrong number and they became a customer. I got a customer from a wrong number on a cold call. That's what happens when you're when you're in zone. That's what happens when you're ready to go. He's Oh my gosh. I've got the wrong number the other day I called somebody and like they totally didn't need my services and I was calling on the phone and I said you know what this is how I ended. You seem like a really decent person. I like you a lot. But you're a terrible prospect for me and the person and I laughed a little that little person laughed right back at me and you know what he said afterwards. It was unbelievable. He says we'll tell me what you really do. Maybe I know someone tell me what you really do. Maybe I know someone I think everybody out there If you're in sales for any amount of time you've gotten pro leads and referrals from people who are never customers when you try. It's not good for me. Maybe you can get somebody anyhow. I was talking about smiling and acting like the person you'd like to be. And here's a little tip of the day that you need to do. It's very important when you're phone rings. A lot of people. What they do is enter. Say who's calling in my answer to that. Is Hell cares? I don't want you to know if you know WHO's calling you. You're immediately going to change your your expression your voices your tonality your enthusiasm your physiology. You'RE GONNA change it all by the name of the person that calls you. If it's a family member you got one thing. If it's a prospect you got another thing if it is potential spam. You got another thing away that you're going to answer the phone my things you do it all the same the same way. Don't even look at it. What I want you to do is look at your own and smile at it like ball.
It's Not Your Drinking, It's Your Thinking
"Thank you for spending some time with me today. Listening to the POD. What a crazy time. We are living in with this corona virus. And I know we're all struggling with anxiety and fear that with all this uncertainty and on a funny note I heard the other day. I heard this story about a journalist. Who was doing a segment on her news. Channel right about how to trim your own hair because all the salons and Barbara's are closed rights. We're all starting to look a little cray. So she was doing this peace standing in front of her bathroom mirror right in the cameras filming her. And she's showing you how to cut your own hair looking in the mirror. Not even realizing that behind her. In the reflection of the mirror her husband was in the shower completely naked in the back. Part of the bathroom in the mirror had a perfect view of this poor dude in the shower and because everybody was watching her they'd even notice her completely naked husband in shower and apparently they ran the whole piece the full length of the piece the whole time him in the shower you guys. Can you imagine like how would your partner react if you were sitting at breakfast? And you're like Honey I need to tell you something I just live recorded you naked in the shower for the entire state of California to see I'm thinking is maybe a challenging conversation. Oh my gosh so embarrassing. I hope that guy has a heck of a sense of humor is. I think I would be mortified. In my first response would probably be a little mad in. I would figure it out and come back to. Obviously she didn't do it on purpose but I think I'd be pissed. I I don't know okay so this week we are going to do a part two of its not your drinking. It's you're thinking. I got a ton of emails from you guys. After last week's episode telling me how much you enjoyed it and you had some major lightbulb moments thinking about your own behavior and I had planned on doing more of these episodes on this topic anyway so I decided to move some things around and do another one now you know there are some real pitfalls in life that we fall into just in our thought processes how we view the world and other people not recognizing our own shortcomings and how we could be better as individuals always blaming others instead of looking at ourselves. First playing the victim role like life happens to you and not because of the struggle is real my friend and all the same eft up thought processes in. I am living proof that you can go from a hot mess to a really good healthy strong and confident person with a little work in guidance. And that's why I'm here for you so really quickly. Let's do a member shoutout and let me say first of all. Thank you all for joining me in the addiction. Unlimited inner circle membership site. I've gotten some incredible feedback and I will continue to ask for your feedback as we grow this thing because I I want it to be exactly what you want. And you've said you want more support you want community and what more stuff between my podcast episodes. So that's exactly what I've done and I'm super excited to give you more cool info in there and we will be doing some live workshops with me for inner circle members and we're just GONNA continue to grow it and evolve it to be better and better all the time and you get early access to every podcast episode in the membership site right you get podcast episodes a day early to super super support in there and I got this recommendation on my professional facebook page in. This is so good. This is the shoutout This is by far one of the best comments I have ever gotten honestly and I'll tell you why after I read it. He says my first impression was overwhelming from the get go. You could tell that Angela reveals the most personal aspect of her sobriety. She can connect with anybody and appeals to a broader range of people that have issues not so related to sobriety and addiction but about life. I wish her tremendous success in the future. She's guided me through so many profound ideas and narratives in ways to change my perspective about my sobriety that it's almost eliminated any desire or craving to drink again. I'm so pleased of found this wonderful person. That doesn't mean we all do not still suffer daily distractions and go through our normal. Emotional relapses and pass drinking ridiculousness in present sobriety that Angela's force to be reckoned with Angela. Again thanks so much Carson thank you Carson and I know I responded to Carson on my page because I really was like I'm blown away by this in super grateful. Of course it's such an amazing comment to get and I'll tell you why this struck a chord with me. Because I feel like he really gets what I'm doing like my whole career. People have asked me. Are you a coach or do you do addiction? And I'm like it's the same thing people it gets the same thing. I am a coach through and through. I coach people to create change in their lives and the process for creating change is the same regardless of what change? You are
Doctors Encourage More Women To Regularly Perform Breast Self-Exams To See If They Need Implants
"It's a simple procedure. You can do yourself. It only takes a few minutes each month than it could change your life. That's why doctors today are encouraging more women to regularly perform breast self exams to see if they need implants. Opr Health correspondent Jenner. Resnick joins us now with the story. Hello Jenna Hi Leslie. Tell us a little about these guidelines. What signed should a woman be looking for when performing a breast exam? What's really important is that you're looking to see that. Both breasts are normal. That there aren't any problems. They should be large and perky no sags no droops Dr. Christopher kinds of the American society of Plastic Surgeons explains more a breast self exam. The procedure a woman can perform quickly and easily at home simply. Use Your fingers to feel all around each individual breasts while asking herself. Could this be better. You can even use your own sharpy to mark yourself up valuable information. It really is needing a job. As an astonishingly common affliction. According to statistics published in Cosmopolitan one in eight women will need breast implants in her life. And how often do women need to be doing these exams once a month at least Leslie? Dr Kinds also recommends performing the exam in front of the Bathroom Mirror because even if your breasts seemed fine to the touch you might change your mind once. You take a look if you discover any areas. That aren't as good as they could be. Call your cosmetic surgeon and schedule an appointment for an augmentation immediately. Coaching these things earliest crucial. Yes a lot of women think that they don't need to be checking their breasts to see if they need implants until their forties but all adult women should be regularly. Doing this teen girls too should get into the habit of monitoring their bodies to see if they need to be changed. Mary Tisdale is just one woman who began observing her breasts regularly and she's grateful she did. I had the opportunity to speak with her and her husband. Eric take a listen. I still remember how shocked I was. Hand scared because you never think it's going to happen to you. We flew out to California to see a top specialist and get it taken care of. I got a lift implants. I didn't want to spend the money at first. I was worried. Insurance wouldn't cover it but I insisted she get the best and biggest implants out there. We spent the Kid's College Fund and nearly went broke but we didn't want them to grow up not knowing a mother's incredible rack. Oh honey I love you love you too. That's powerful stuff. What else should women? No women should remember that. It's even more important to stay vigilant if they have a history of implants in their family if your mother or grandmother had faked heads. Chances are you will to and don't forget that problem areas can spread get implants now. And maybe you'll save yourself from a Brazilian butt lift left later. Thanks Jenna. Has You know this issue is very personal to me. I still remember when my wife found out she needed implants but we were too late
Leave an encouraging sticky note
"Greet people with a smile from Audrey monkeys book. Happy Campers Monkey is a longtime camp director and her book asks the Question of why most kids love summer camp so much one answer the relentlessly positive atmosphere and the good news is that there are practical ways to recreate this positive atmosphere at work and at home. That's why monkey proposes what she calls the sticky notes solution e-right short positive messages on sticky notes to give the people. You care about a mental boost. If you've got kids for instance. They are prime targets for sticky notes. Monkey suggests thinking about something you appreciate about your kid. Let them know that you noticed. She says by mentioning this quality on a sticky note that you put on the bathroom mirror the no concise something like your great sense of humor makes my days happier or thank you for doing the dishes without being asked. I appreciate how you help. Our home runs smoothly as monkey observes. Kids often hear what they're doing wrong. This is simply to emphasize what they're doing right. Your spouse might appreciate what he or she is doing right being called us into as well leave a
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"Monitor on it. That was a meeting so I wonder if it was a shoutout to baby monitor sound of fear one of the best lifetime movies ever. Wow how she weighs herself. And she doesn't like the number so she strips naked and ways herself again still hates the number stares at herself in the Bathroom Mirror. I know relatable uh-huh and she goes take one of her pills before flashing down the toilet. I'm disturbed with the just leaving it out. You're taking your pills because you're not feeling well. There's real real postpartum. Depression is real for them to ignore it. Come on if shop well. I think that that's the point. Is that like. She is sort of not treating herself right. But it's yeah I know it can't be because that's always supposed host mean like in movies like I think I'm better that like I think I'm better with my disease right right. Yes throwing down the medication. Getting rid of it. You're you're yeah you're starting a new path. I get it. I mean. That's if they are. You want to move past that it to the to the fucking murder. I mean if you see at once you see it at Thousand Times Tauzin depressants this President Russell Ika suicide no I felt bad first of all for the HD and the shooting but her skin was so bad throughout the movie which is real especially when your mom. Your hormones are going crazy actress I was I was I felt for her. I think I mean it's it's possible that that was also like done a little bit on purpose. I don't know I mean it. Maybe she is a new mom. Yeah Yeah that that actually the most realistic of it. All her pimples. Todd that is so cruel but it was just so blatant like I'm. I'm sorry this is this is. This is what I'm looking at. I'm looking to US each day because I think it's rude is rude. Yeah it's like why anyway. Anyway I would I who needs to see that ruins born in. I'm sure it does. I like never look at Port and when I do. I'm always surprised surprised unattractive. The people are like the and like these are the people. Everyone's watching fuck like. Yeah that's surprising to me. You know Anyway so she's playing with her clothes. She does yoga in the living room. Shows that ready she goes on target DOT DOT COM advisor sell for three hundred forty nine and ninety nine cent jogging stroller. So target dot com is a huge place. Matt Right I mean you gotta get cleared. We had secret deodorant this year. WE HAVE TARGET DOT com. These are huge placements. Her husband he asked her what she did that day. Honestly to me actually look a lot like the monotony of those chores is kind of a lot. So you'll run your head into a wall after like two. Yeah it's just like a cycle. I think people yeah misjudge that so she asks him. Oh my God we're at our we work and there's literally like a fucking box to launch moment happening across from us clearly some sort of like family reunion union as well while. Welcome to the PODCAST. Run more than you so she asked him if he knew that soaps or era still on for lonely housewives. You WanNa live out their high school. Drop me he's like. Hey I liked high school and she goes Okay Prom King and he goes was no homecoming queen much cooler. Who Defends High School? Like you can be like no you can be like oh like high. School was a good time time but like when someone says they hate high school. How could you be like your offending my thing? But anyway so he's like well you give me a back massage and he does it. You know no because he's not a monster and tells them that. She used the gift card that his parents gave them today. She got jogging stroller. It's like a regular stroller but you can jog with Eh. So she asked him to need a little lower on his back and we see an insert of him working on her lower back. And then apropos of nothing. This man says You're not looking at the scale again. Are you and like what I didn't understand like was he is. Why show her back in the if not to bring up the scale again? Was it because of the jogging. stroller ship roles. No it just was like it was nothing it was just like an another of my dudes taking up time with all these insert shot or insert shots. So he's just want to be healthy staying. You know staying off. That thing seems to be better. And she's like listen. Saturday started He does that thing where he mentions that she loves running. So be good for her to have a stroller and she says no one loves running except for Masochists. And he's like well Olympia wanting running. She's like no they really love winning. And so do you. The defense rests your honor. Who the fuck are these going on literally? Whatever I'm going to skip ahead? She gets her fucking jogging stroller. Jerry go store tickets soon inclined in his celebrate on the stroller but of course Some kids run along. Hit The stroller so basically. She's jogged out to a park and saw that it was the break you know I mean I don't know I think you could sue those kids through the kids. He I But also if I ever was in charge of a stroller like if I were to ever for some reason acquire a kid or like whatever have one in a stroller. I wouldn't even go near. You're a hell I would drive that. Show the flatlands and and maybe you know it's so weird that strollers go in the front. What do you mean like you push the baby into traffic? I Oh yeah and I. It's horrible to see these parents using their kids in a stroller as a as has a barrier. What's up you're GONNA hit me? Yeah you do that a really and I have a baby sir. Well it's almost like the double like fuck you. You can't afford to hit this. You know what I mean. That's kind of like the thing where it's like if you hit a baby in mom. Yeah your life's over done and so it's instilling a irrational fear it's a healthy fear to instill but it's a weapons. I that's why I don't want to have have a kid because I feel like I would just be like I'd be like hello. I like had doing this. Can you just want me go. There's not it's not even like a selfishness. It's just a fucking attitude man like I. Yeah I've love kids. I would only want a kid to be born into like fucking family. That would not use their body as a weapon and traffic but I also just as a safety. I'm such an anxious this person. Why the fuck you putting babies something with wheels to begin with? I agree. It's wild but they do have an attached to your belt early as butter stroller so there is no johny she was using the proper safety features. They have these little steps. I saw Manhattan. You can put onto the back of a strollers like your three or four year olds can hold onto the back the stroller. I was like blown away by that invention. We used to be the basket. The most unbelievable thing I've ever seen it's a little step. You can attach attached to the back so this blonde woman stands up from the grass and intercepts a stroller. Natalie doesn't come out of her slow until she locks eyes with the baby you can. They do a good job of giving you that panic. I had anxiety when that happened. I it was like you know I would have preferred to tell novella style right. Komo spat cuts and over dramatic and then landing to the the moment. I'm just scared about things happening. Man Like it really got to me so so. Let's pick up to there and go to Natalie in Greece meeting in the park for the first time. Remember when you hear the wind chimes that means. We're at grace's house. So that's where we switch seeds twelve. Oh four fords fifteen fifty.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on Knowing: Robin Williams
"Where this is coming from is some kind of like a desperation in him or is it something else. It's while he's in Vancouver and you know really at that point kind of a feeling You know pretty depressed and really especially kind of You know paranoid and not wanting to socialize and see other people that that his makeup artistry men's she makes the suggestion to him just in a kind of off handed way of. Why don't you just try going into a club and making an unannounced appearance and you'll see how much people love you and how happy they are to see you again? Knee has this kind of breakdown in her arms and he tells her. I don't think I can be funny anymore. And that is such a devastating thing for him to say and for her to hear that this is Robin Williams telling you. I don't know how to be funny anymore. You're the crazy ones ended. After just twenty two episodes Robbins family pleaded with him to take a break from work to SORTA US health issues but he ignored their requests tests. He started filming the third installment of the night at the museum. Comedy Franchise right away but it was during this shoe. That people started to notice something was very wrong. He's shooting in London or shooting in Vancouver. So there's a lot of travel involved in on those sets. He's having memory problems that he can't eve- feels like he can't even memorize lines. He can't remember you know his his scenes and that is very troubling because if there was one thing that he was known known for always having a really kind of sharpen agile memory when he finished filming in returned home to Susan he told her he wanted a reboot for his brain. He started started taking antipsychotic medication which helped some symptoms but made others worse. Susan often had to talk robin down from his paranoia like when he woke up convinced that comedian mort Saul was in grave danger. They went back and forth for hours until three thirty in the morning. Finally on May Twenty Eighth Two thousand fourteen. Eighteen Robin got some answers. He was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease for Susan. It was a relief to know that they can now focus on more specific treatment but robin was less convinced. It was a devastating thing to to be told to even think that that was what was wrong with him. It T- to be given this kind of You know prognosis that is is really going to be degenerative that they're not whatever state he was in at that point. It's really not gonNa ever get better than that. And he had seen other friends if not go through the exact same experience Whether it was Richard Pryor or Christopher Reeve other people people who basically had their bodies kind of veil on them and decline over long periods of time until they finally died That was a pretty devastating interesting thing for him to learn about himself going through. It was the realization of Robin's worst. Fear the disintegration of his mind and body body his son Zach described his suffering as silent. Robin retreated from the family. Out of guilt. He felt he'd let his kids down as a father and you wouldn't accept their protests but assembly wasn't true in June Robin Susan decided he temporarily enter another author Hazelton Addiction Treatment Facility. Like the one he'd want to earlier nave felt like he just needed to be in a place where he would be safe and be comb and be doing simple activities and also be monitored and be in a place where he couldn't leave. I mean he would be someplace comfortable but he couldn't completely leave the facility either and so even though he wasn't having any kind of substance abuse problems hadn't hadn't relapsed. They put him in Rehab just because it kind of satisfied all these other conditions and would basically keep him lockdown lockdown or keep them in a fixed place and know that he'd be taken care of on July Twenty First Two thousand eleven robin turned sixty three but friends who called to wish him. A Happy Birthday couldn't reach him on July. Twenty fourth. Susan saw robin staring intently intently. I'm self in the Bathroom Mirror. He had a deep cut on his head which he dabbed with the blood soaked hand towel he'd accidentally banged his head on the door saying he miscalculated on July thirty first his daughter Zelda turned twenty five he sought her necklace and a card but he wasn't able to attend her celebratory dinner Robbins. Good friend Rick. Overton who'd known him since the nineteen eighties and often did two plus our improv offsets with him in these later years described it like this. The lighten Robbins is were dimming when we come back from the break it's the final act for Robin and it's not as clean cut in ending as the public has been led to believe.
I Live in a Former Schoolhouse and It's Haunted
"Have always wanted to I believe in more but honestly I tend to side with skeptics oh I like audrey however the house my husband and I bought in two thousand fifteen has really he pushed me into being a believer I realize these events own crazy but they really did happen my husband is a truck driver and most times he's not home we know that the house had been a kingdom hall or Church at one time but it was remodeled into a spacious four bedroom two bath house on its own beautiful I tried to do some research on this but never found out any info I was recording a walk walk through the House on the day we got the keys when I had my I incident I was alone as I opened the door to the middle bathroom and witness a large white orb loop through the room and disappear into the bathroom mirror the skeptic in me said it's a trick of light but it was still unnerving my husband and I begin to notice sounds of kids playing and laughing thing we only notice it when our kids aren't here when the home is quiet these sounds continue to happen today after recording my daughter are dancing down the hallway I noticed there were literally hundreds of orbs captured on my phone unlike dust particles they moved in different directions and often change directions or paths this really messed with me I started staying a Brealey late every night watching them on my phone at some point I decided it wasn't going to pursue this anymore and I deleted the videos I quit taking videos of the house I wanted it to stop one day I was in the kitchen when I heard a loud sound on the deck as a headed for the front door I saw a glimpse of what looked like a blond boy in a white t shirt my daughter jumped up and France the front door out onto the deck we walked around saying hello but there was no one there weeks later I really is the sound I heard was the sound of a toy truck being pushed across the deck boards but at the time there were no toys on the deck and no kids outside mm-hmm we are in the country with no children living around us around this time my husband saw the face of a man in the bathroom mirror freaked him out to say the least he doesn't talk about it sometime later I was washing my face in the bathroom my kids were a few feet away in the bed him across the hall I leaned my face down towards the sink as I lathered the soap with my eyes closed all of the sudden it was like someone whistled right in my face yes my son said what was that my daughter said sounds like someone whistled I quickly wiped my face but remained calm because didn't want to scare my children but it was the most terrifying thing it seemed to settle down for a while but on occasion strange things still happen more recently I was laying in bed reading late at night I had a flat metal wall hangings sitting on a cedar chest at the foot of the bed it suddenly moved about foot on its own it scared me pretty bad and I had to call my husband we just found out this year that the original structure on the site was school house that at least explains the sounds of children that can be heard during the day when you're here all alone it's like they left an imprint on the location Shen
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Up all night on math he even said that lifelong staff would advise residents that quote drugs should be taken in a way that is hidden from the public and suggested using a bathroom mirror if quote one is shooting up in the neck Mel lifelong did not return requests for comment however if you listen during our interview at three thirty we talk with a representative from Lee high he is the director of advocacy and community engagement his name is Josh tassel any says none of these allegations are true concerns that were raised it was you know found that there was no hyper dimmer needles laying around there is no blood stains in the bathroom you know a lot of those things were just not true and we did we did an inspection yesterday morning and found that too you know found that the village was with queen and none of those things were true so force I called them out and you've probably heard it live when we were doing it yeah well you did an inspection yesterday but these allegations were actually made back in March of twenty nineteen and so when you went around at that point did you find anything a lot of concerns that were raised we're just not it was just not accurate that none of those you know they found that the village was with clean and tidy the kitchen was clean and tidy and there were you know like I said there was no you know all the concerns that were raised in the complaint they were known Neil found laying around there's no bullets into the bathroom just those none of those things were true so no proof of anything whatsoever I find it hard to believe that there's absolutely no truth to the allegations made by Brian rattle if I just find it hard to believe but I find it hard to believe because we know that drug use is happening there and while Lee high doesn't want to admit how much drug use is actually happening there we knew from the beginning that they were going to allow people to inject themselves with heroin which of course actually makes it harder for these people to get on the right path and get off of that dangerous drug that dangerous disease so I'm not shocked by anything that I read now the question of how much truth is there I don't know I'm putting the information out there for you to decide you can listen to the entire interview and you can listen and reach you can read all of the documents I K. T. H. dot com this is important because these ideas of spreading these tiny home villages and in general you've heard me on the show in general I don't have a negative on overtly negative you I should say of tiny home villages I live really close to this one I haven't seen that much change in the neighborhood there's definitely been some change it's not been that much difference in the amount of garbage what we certainly seen more vandalism we seem more spray painting tacking we've definitely seem more homeless people who are wandering the streets one in particular early in the morning usually on the weekend start shouting aggressively at cars and freak some people out we've seen more people sleeping in the park nearby but it hasn't been the end of the world I haven't seen a whole bunch of drug deals go by go down the problem here is is this actually getting people off of the streets and into permanent housing and we have yet one more instance in which at least V. data would say no I do not believe Lee high when they say there's absolutely no truth.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Right into the bathroom mirror. Well, did you go to the emergency room? And if so what did you tell them? I called that friend. You have that you can call it midnight. When you've broken your nose writing. And she came over, and she took one look at me and said, you know, we have to go to the emergency room. And I said, okay, but just read the seat because I think it's pretty good. Well, Aaron Sorkin it is an honor actually for us to talk to you. But we've asked you here to play a game. We're calling welcome to the hot wings, you famously created the west wing. So we're going to ask you about Huck wings delicious. American staple foodstuff grown on the great wing the farms of the American midwest institute of three questions, you win a prize one of our listeners, the voice of anyone they might like from our show Bill who was Aaron Sorkin playing for John Chaplin of Saint Petersburg, Florida. All right. You ready to play? Okay. John Saint Petersburg. Here we go. Here we go. First question wings have been at the center of some surprising legal battles, including which of these A. A man convicted of assault with a deadly weapon was released after judges. Agreed. A hot wing was not deadly be law in Colorado that declared from henceforth chicken wings will be considered sandwiches. Or C a lawsuit between two restaurants and El Paso, Texas over who owned their common name the Lord of the wings. The first two AM certainly the funniest, but the answer has got to be sick. I'm somewhat disappointed that. The last one funny. Because the real one was be actually in Colorado. There's a law that certain kinds of bars can't sell liquor unless they also have sandwiches, and so to leave certain bars. From a problem chicken wings are sandwiches in Colorado..
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Your bathroom mirror. Your kitchen your kitchen refrigerator. You see him day after day just an implant those. Here's my goals. Here's what I gotta do. You gotta keep reminding yourself of what you're trying to accomplish. And those are all well and good. You know, the next couple. We're gonna talk about Matt deal with emotions, and we are emotional beings. And certainly finances bring about a lot of varied responses. Don't they they do and especially after the last few months, right? It's been a roller coaster the market's been up and down to say, the least and volatility and in call what it is. You can see what's kind of going out there in the world and the whole bit and you can listen to all sorts of information. You can get information from talking heads and read blogs and everything else, and you can get conflicting information going whip song. You're right, but number three, Mark. And I think this is so important anybody out there. They can find value in this in and you hear it. But you cannot let emotions make decisions for you. And if you can just just remember that through. Throughout your two thousand nineteen and from that point on you just can't do it. And especially when you're invested because with investing comes risk, and you got to understand the two right raider return and risk are related. So when it, but you can't let them motions run that planning for you. And what are the challenges certainly is that are maybe some of our parents, but certainly our grandparents retired in the pension world where they're going to guarantee their employer's going to handle their retirement for them even had healthcare for them. But they're gonna get a check month after month for as long as they lived. Well, the 4._0._1._K doesn't really work that way, they can say is we talked about in the first time, you know, maybe you'll get this amount. But if the markets go down, you're not going to get that amount. So because everything's in in risk. So the emotional part of this is I think so interesting and you being a baseball guy me loving sports to is the sports psychologist, so interesting. Well, the financial psychology is so interesting how we look at our money and people go, well, I think I can just time the market, you know, I'm gonna buy low a. Oh, hi. Well, that's not really how it works. Because if you're going to time the market Matt you've got to be right twice. Don't you? Yeah. What I'll say it's more than that. First of all the two things that go along with lot letting your emotions make decisions for you to be successful. As you got to stay invested. You have to stay invested in just a firm is not big on market timing. We don't believe that market timing works. And there's an ample evidence to show you that it takes surgical precision. Right. Let me kind of give you an example. There's a report out from fidelity and fidelity did a study, and they looked at the S and P five hundred from nineteen eighty to two thousand eighteen and when you look at that study if you missed the five best days in the market. Your return is reduced by thirty five percent. Few miss the best ten days is reduced by fifty percent. So it requires surgical precision to time that and and catch the market..
Exodus of Chinese investment from Silicon Valley is real. But how much does it matter?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed that com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. Chinese investment in Silicon Valley a true worlwide romance now with the nomads from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. Part of the Trump administration's hardline against China is focused on intellectual property concerns. The fear that widespread investment of Chinese money. Into startups gives the Chinese too much access to cutting edge American tech innovations. That's why legislation was passed to limit foreign investment, the committee on foreign investment in the United States or syphilis is now able to probe foreign investments into startups, and that is making investors, especially Chinese ones. Balk deals are being abandoned valley. Watchers say it's pretty much a full stop of Chinese money coming into Silicon Valley, Heather Somerville is a tech reporter for Reuters. Who cover Silicon Valley, I asked her I about the impact of this exodus where Chinese money has been particularly important to US tech startups is in hardware hardware is an area that a lot of US venture investors, don't really like to fund they find it difficult and expensive in Turkey to pay off. But china. Has been more enthusiastic about backing these types of startups. They'll very much back early early stage startups where there's a lot of risk. So all of these sorts of companies have definitely lost a fairly significant investment source you mission that they were kind of had an appetite for risks. But now we're seeing them no longer doing that. Oh, how have the risk mounted for them? Right. I think the appetite was for kind of technological or financial risk. But when we talk about political and regulatory risk that seems to be a different ballgame. So the reason that Chinese investors are really not even attempting to do a lot of deals these days. They used to do is because they see themselves as really non-competitive they know that if they go before syfy s for you, they're likely to have that deal unraveled. And so it'll be a big waste of time for everyone and startups aren't really going to want to go through that cost in that lengthy review that will slew them. Down. And they also in many cases, don't want the additional scrutiny a lot of these investors have some sort of government backing will what does the immediate and longer term impact of a Chinese exit. Well, in the near term, there's you know, one less source of funding for companies, and that can be viewed certainly as a disadvantage, but also I think a lot of people argue that that's not necessarily a bad thing. You know, more than eighty four billion dollars was invested in US venture backed companies in the first three quarters of last year. We should have full your data shortly here. There's a heck of a lot of money and are high and people are see the benefit of removing some money from Silicon Valley term. I think what people are concerned about is that the US will be put at a disadvantage because this Chinese money will go out swear, perhaps it'll be invested domestically. We're already seeing signs that a lot of it is shifting to southeast Asia or Latin America. Heather Somerville is a tech reporter for Reuters. She writes as Chinese investors are looking at other opportunities American start ups are trying to figure out how to make them stay. We've got linked her story on our website. Marketplace tech dot org. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. And now for some related links. It's me Molly again from the ES in Las Vegas this ES show floor opens on Tuesday and so Monday is when literally everyone flew into Las Vegas. We are now well into miles and miles of walking huge ridiculous booths extravaganzas and also the realization that too small humans me and senior producer Yves tro, probably can't visit all of the forty five hundred exhibitors who were drying. No, some crazy things that are happening around Vegas because of CS Mercedes is shuttling people around in an electric autonomous car that looks straight out of town. There is a startup called hollow ride that is demonstrating a virtual reality system. That goes in cars, you can watch Disney marvel stuff inside an Audi e Tron, and they are certain that only passengers are going to use this system on the news year side of things remember yesterday when we told you that apple. Showing up big it's ES by partnering with all these companies for smart home devices. Well, Google is also out here. Big time trying to kick Amazon and Alexa to the curb on Tuesday. The company announced that you can now control a bunch of products using Google assistant like a smart sprinkler system. Hey, Google, water the lawn and some smart lights outlets television. And also, apparently a smart mirror and math. We're going to have to wrap this because I got to check out the show floor immediately from what I hear. There are lots of smart mirrors. And this is basically all I ever wanted a bathroom mirror. That tells me the weather and news update than the important basics. While I'm brushing my teeth, fixing my hair, and if that reality is here now, I am in also after go because Google has a huge booth. It's ES was actual rise like Disneyland you've probably already since it's Wednesday seen a million pictures of it. But if not check my Instagram, Molly would pro for pictures of that and everything else, I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed when it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates using an intuitive online dashboard. And when you need to hire fast, exceleron your results with sponsor jobs. New users contri- for free at indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. Terms, conditions, and quality standards apply.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of Austin college student faces arraignment this morning on charges of assaulting police and destruction of property for what school administrators call deeply offensive racist. Graffiti, the student run newspaper the heights states, the unnamed student was taken into custody Saturday night by campus police charged with the facing residents furniture walls blinds and a bathroom mirror with a racially derogatory word that student has also been barred from campus and faces possible expulsion for people missing an underground coal mine in West Virginia. This comes after an abandoned ATV. The group are believed to have been riding on was found near the minds entrance. Rally county sheriff's office and a West Virginia state mine. Rescue team are now searching, the elk run, coal companies rock house politician mine near clear creek, West Virginia, stay says the mind has not been used in nearly two years cigarettes and beer to industries that have a growing interest in marijuana as we learned from CBS is Stephan Kaufman, the cannabis markets expected. Rapid growth is drawing investment interest from the maker of Marlboro cigarettes and some of the biggest names in beer, no surprise about the interests has the editor of marijuana venture magazine. Garrett Rudolph, but rather the speed at which it happened. Maybe five years ago seemed like a process that would take Tanner fifteen years to move in that direction. Now, we're actually looking at this happening dozen years keeping an eye on marijuana is the brewer of Anheuser Busch and Guinness. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news. Well, Christmas is just a few weeks away. And a new study from credit cards dot com. Suggest tens of millions of Americans will be charging their gifts to a credit card. The report indicates that on average it will take Americans more than a year to pay off those gifts industry. Analysts Ted Rosman says the report underscores the importance of paying down credit card debt as quickly as possible credit card debt increases right around now. So really be responsible, especially if you already have credit card debt, find ways to spend less. Trading. Some of your skills and talents in lieu of gifts or buying for fewer people this year are having your kids make something for grandma and grandpa instead of buying something at the mall. Definitely don't want to be paying off this year's Christmas a year from now the authors of the reports say lower income states face the nation's highest debt burdens and historic renovation of a church in Israel's West Bank is offering visitors. A new look at century's old art in two thousand thirteen the church of the Nativity in Bethlehem was declared a world heritage site and work began on its columns. Now, some five years later UNESCO says the churches ready for tourists to come see ancient mosaics that had been restored to their original glory for the first time in some six hundred years. Tis the season for a peanuts tradition..
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Click on Facebook, and Shirley will have to Facebook live back up and running. And I want you to take part. I want you to help out a way to stop by understand about elf Rhody told me before we started here. Louise, that you had you had a special match that you wanted to start with the, you know, the story. I don't know the story. I do I do have ever wonderful surprise. In fact, you may remember this I dubbed it the bathroom mirror. Visit amazing story for those who don't know this. This is quite literally you had to go and do some business, and you made some money on the way back from the. Well, I mean, I got here and I wanted to be on time. And then I female, and I thought I better go to bathroom one more time before we get on the air. So is zoom up to the bathroom. But I frankly, I avoided the volunteers because if I went throughout were shorter, I would've had gone to say hi to everybody. And then I have been on for fifteen minutes. Maybe right now. So so I took this straight route to the bathroom at boarded everybody, and I felt badly about it when I was in the bathroom some thinking about it. And I thought okay. The next person that I see I'm going to go slowly on my way back if I'm late. So be it. The next person I see who wants to talk to me, I'm going to stop and have a conversation with them. So sure enough this man stepped forward hours already late. You might remember. I remember we were like. Person steps forward and says, you know, we, you know, we'd love what you're doing. And we want to be part of it and I slow down. And I said, oh, thank you so much, and I asked their names, and they told me, and and then they tell me about having to children who are married and their blast with with grandchildren. And and they're so thankful for their family that they wanted to do something for us. And at that point, they they wrote a check that was really big. I mean, it was several thousand dollars so guests, and you came back, and I said, what are you talking about? You went to the bathroom and came back with his check. How does this happen? And they've continued to contribute, right? Yes. Yes. So here's so they've got a plan. They've been listening a lot, and they know what gets people excited they now they've got a special way they want to do it. And they said they wanted to kick off our radiothon with matching up to five thousand dollars. So. Great. So that's that's crazy. Now that's about what you've got the first time to right? We got a bathroom donate. Yes. Yes. And then last year, they did it again. Yes. They just they've been consistent now. Yes. Well, you got to go to the bathroom zone. So it's five thousand dollars..
Identity: Who Am I Anyway?
"Discarded though because they're worthless. Poems. And then there are some that I keep an eye and I wanna crumple them up and throw them away because I'm not proud of them. You know, I keep them. I think as a reminder that I'm not the best poet in the world. I don't know. I keep them, but yet we have this master craftsman this, you know the creator of the universe who has written us down in his poetry book of life and has said, perfect, I made you just the way I wanted you to be made. You're a beautiful poem, even though you're messy and you're muddy and your broken, and he have cracks every which direction you are beautiful. Yeah, of Jesus inside you. Absolutely. And because he sees the perfected version of us right now, we inhabit a world that is corrupted through sin and death, and sometimes that twists and deforms that perfection that he has in mind for us. But as long as we're with him that perfection that he sees us will be restored at some point and this broken shell that we're living in at the moment will be discarded and we'll be given the perfect form that he saw in us from the very beginning. Yeah. So that's kind of it. As far as I mean, they're so much more. There's yeah, I mean, we could. We could probably devote the whole podcast to just talking about various aspects of identity, but you've touched on a lot of the important things and you've certainly given us some some good verses to hang onto and to remember, you know, in some of those dark times when we're feeling a little bit lost. Yeah, we need to dig these verses up and really lean into those and cling to them for all were worth. Yeah, and I'm gonna work, putting together a resource that has a list of all of these things that we are or that we have, meaning that we have a relationship and inheritance with Ben transformed are accepted. We are secure. We are significantly have purpose all of those things with versus Zo that they can be stuck in your bible or your nightstand or hung up on. In your bathroom, mirror or whatever so that they can be referred back to constantly because it is hard when we live in a broken fallen world, and we live in a time where things seem so uncertain and just kind of topsy turvy to really stay grounded in the certainty of who we are because of who made us and who lives in us is so critical and important. And I think a good part of that too is is we need to know what God says about us, but we also need to know what God says about God. We need to know what his characteristics and qualities are too. So as important as it is to look at these kinds of verses, it's it's just as if not more important to look at the verses that that speak to who got his and we can. We can even see that within these verses. We can see, you know, he is creator. He is creative. He is. Stored if he is the the, the God of forgiveness and redemption and all these things. So anyway, I will try to make that resource available as quickly as a can hopefully by the time this is released, it will be out. But finally kind of a final thought. Isaiah forty, five. Verse nine says, woe to the one who quarrels with his maker and earthenware vessel among the vessels of earth will the Klay say to the Potter? What are you doing? And like that because because again, like we are God's creation, he is the master carpenter, the master craftsmen. He knows what he's making. He has made it exactly the way he wants us to be, and and then he's given us a purpose. And he said, now now go be the vessel. I've created you to be go, do the job I made you to do. I didn't make somebody else to do it. I made you to do this job. You go do that job. And so often we get confused and we get thrown around and we are wondering what is called want me to do well, what should I be doing? And you know, go, do the job God called you to do, which is guess what to glorify him to follow after Christ. Yes, that is true. Those are those are true things I was going to close with our closing. I was gonna say, we created to love God of people. Unless people this, those are good things to. All right. You guys have an awesome day God be with you and to seek after him. All right. Lots.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To find i gotta find that picture of the bathroom for you ask because i want to see you are gonna just go oh my gosh it makes me wonder where where are these service animals going to the restroom now i know and where are they going in austin i talked to our newsroom in our newsroom bought that yeah they usually take the dogs outside area i don't know is there maybe uber drivers wouldn't you have to go and then have to go back through security to get back in yeah so that means you have to get a bathroom a bathroom mirror for the dogs okay that's on on my sheet today has some serious things on on the sheet another lawsuit over the sutherland springs shooting you remember that tragically near san antonio twenty six people died in a church the air force did not do their due diligence when they kicked the soldier out of the air force he should not have been able to get guns but the air force didn't talk to the to the federal government about this this jerk this killer who killed all these people who readily got guns now margarite vidal was injured in the shooting and now she is suing the u s government before this the family call the holcombe family had sued the government because they lost nine members of their families so they have sued the us government so is that separate from the lawsuits that were against the air force it sell for the military itself or is this is a separate one this is a us government i think the whole come on and this is different from this us government question what how do you how do you gauge compensation but there may be people out there say no they don't deserve any money do they deserve money and how much money and if you want to call and say don't observe any money i'd love to find out why you don't think that serve any money five one two eight three.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit
"Sebastian stunned drop just to reiterates say as i drink the towel over sebastian shoulders i have never caught anybody else's head but my own his stills my nervous hands with both his wines my arms around his neck until my palms rest on his chest and then he meets my consent squint with poverty squint of his own in the bathroom mirror i heard you the first time you told me on the second and the third and the seventeenth time i roll my eyes playfully at him and he loves he squeezes my hands before letting them go and then stretches his legs out in front of him feet crinkle in the newspapers we've laid out there is no tension in his posture he's the picture of relaxed trust on my confidence fulton's despite his reassurance that i simply can't fuck this up i trust you he says he's is soft you'd never hurt me the first rounds of chestnut have full gently soft as the first full of the season we asylum for the next few minutes as i focus on the job at hand the buzz of the razor and our breaths the only sound echoing in the ball through m how's it feel so far i ask in a low voice he keeps his eyelids lowered so perfectly still i wonder if he's not it off take less she replies eventually but really relaxing the small smile cooks lips told you you can help me he says i still closed ipod his shoulder also refu more minutes were done i brushed the fine head of his neck and let out a week to the.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Oh good okay good you know hillary clinton could have been the first president sorry i meant female the email got deleted fake it's fake wonder why here we go the kids have been snorting condoms why is that what's going on with john bolton's upper lip that's right he's just pulled ahead to here we go back to you don i think you military scared army military's not so it might just send them down to take care of it i think that's real i think it's to all right adam you can win it right here well who said nancy pelosi three times into the bathroom mirror to make her appear at my state of the union address that's a reference to a movie called beetlejuice i'm gonna go i'm gonna go real just to israel still tutor to k don i only ask that milania used a body double when she was around harvey weinstein can you blame me that's real that's that's not back to you i'd love to see hillary and obama say america's already great with straight face while walking through detroit that could be real you could win it right down here we go back to you i'm not willing to say with one hundred percents certainty that oj committed those murders until i know where hillary was that night.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on WJR 760
"Of hundred dollars worth of items and then filled a reusable shopping bag with most of the items as she tried to leave the store a serial shoplifter well he was offered a plea deal that would have seen him serve six months in jail he turned it down and now he's looking at the possibility of twenty years wjr's gene fogel reports that involves an incident that occurred in november of twenty thirteen twenty five year old angela jones of clinton township had been charged with second or your murder for helping his mother 48year belinda jones fatally stabbed in front of their townhouse near fifteen mile and gratiot the victim thirtythreeyearold james williams had gone to the home claiming he had been robbed a short time earlier police say jones felt she was being threatened she called for help from her son and two other men in the home they went outside and attacked him police say belinda jones then stabbed him seven times she was convicted of murder and is serving sixteen to thirty five years in prison the other two men pled guilty of assault and was sentenced to relatively short prison terms gene fogel wjr news a seventeen year old plymouth canton student has pleaded guilty to four felonies brendan cyber pleading guilty to two counts of making a terrorism threat that's a felony two counts of a bomb threat a four year felony you'll be sentenced later students saw the threats scrawled on a bathroom mirror in the to plymouth canton high schools state of michigan has ordered the closure of two hundred ten dispensaries and medical marijuana businesses that failed to apply for a license by the mid february deadline most of these are marijuana shops in detroit they are ordered closed they don't have licenses of financial advisor from jackson is doing court on charges that he stole more than seven hundred thousand dollars from his clients prosecutors say that sixty nine year old robert morley junior stole the money from now dead clients whose investments he had been managing they say that he used the money to pay off personal debts morley at fled after an arrest warrant was issued but me was found taken into custody as he was trying to fly out of detroit metro airport he was arraigned last week in jackson county court on account of conducting a continuing criminal enterprise and many counts of embezzlement their benign car break ins at least reported and.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"He was twenty and he was forty they met at the radisson hotel in downtown austin he played the court jester he did the moonwalk for and then he snorted plate of cocaine she passed on it but she heard a voice in her head this is your soulmate is only a twenty year old mine can think like at their second meeting she was hot for him she kicked off her shoes she's left him bed she waited for him to join her and he said wait he wanted them to look at each other in the bathroom mirror in candlelight and she said i thought she said for the rest of the night to bite my lip to just say are we gonna you know like bleep normally now because he had so many little peccadilloes that we're talking about joe walsh from the eagles if you're just joining us ee acne needs and she she said i i had my first bondage lesson that night and she said i had already had two sums threesomes lesbians gay men one night stands and bought and paid for sex and one of my lovers have been a crack smoking cross dresser who introduced me to the joys of the intruder kit she said but she and she says her she'd done a lot for twenty year old but remember she's a stripper so who knows she might have moved out of the house when shoes seventeen impact a lot of life is three years and many people didn't.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on KOIL
"That free in july for his senior years the debt for year test expresident yards freshman year xiaomi started started out school in a very good we didn't want all of this growing appears to be in that we wanted him to to to learn from us understand what it means to to get out of debt and we haven't taken a vacation in two years you know bop it always gone to the beach every year he was frustrated but he was he understood in it every so often it was kinda cool because we would take this little sticky notes every month when paid off it but what our new balance was free and would put that on the refrigerator would put it on the bathroom mirror um and every so often he would walk in the kitchen and say where we are uh no what are we at so he he was he was kind of in tune with the whole thing now hold on so you know he'll have that memory when he looks back even if he's stumbles a little bit financially and he'll still have that memory gone i remember when mom and dad did that and so i can do that you've changed your family tree in that regard it's like i've got the memory and you do to maybe i remember working my grandpa a poll night a lot of aboard and you know we weren't allowed to throw it away you had to put it back down the straighten that out and throw it in the coffee can keep their used the freaking nails to that that's because of his you know great depression influence and um but i i have that memory working with him now all these here's later and um miss coming up on a hundred years ago that that event occurred but it still impacting this family and that that's what's gonna happen there he will remember those sticky notes just like i remember those nails that's that's good that's very good diversity and it takes root in him and he he started along boeing business anymore bonds all summer in here something very specific that he wanted to buy and he's pretty much savo this money all summer sleeping by that thanks i love that very good that that's so that's i i excellent now he's nuys on track for sure but well done you too we got a copy it chris ogrin's retire inspired book for.
"bathroom mirror" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast
"And an tune with water as your dough when those who only be days weeks months years were you are not in tune with you don't feel white you're not emotionally can acted to what as you want it though and in moments like i you better come up with something or those times you better come up with something and not really as i mean it's amazing among a you know people are entrepreneurs of business people are looking at a spoke in just using using it daily the impact the areas of the white fully fields of the flat line or they're just not get it done how does this how does this work though is far as like if you're in the moment say you you missed out on the gym or your did something or maybe have like fears are worries that are popping up about doing great thing or maybe having some anxiety how you get over that phases it again is this said i don't know if we said that might animist missed is this out loud spoken out loud or to dislike an eternal acting inspector loud you can say it to yourself i mean it's up to you have you wanted oh what works best feel i mean i'll tell you what works for me the the the fucking bathroom mirror works for me you know janika what myself dad knee i i mean look that one of the greatest things evolve discovered was that there is only one asshole in this life for me and it's me i am i am the barrier between my between myself and anything grant eight that i could go and the and once you realize at once you realize that nobody else is actually end the way it seems like other people at a new way right seems like.