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"bator" Discussed on WDRC
"Cheating? Um I capture on the stuff that the woman Um, was feeding her? Okay? And what type of supplementation you giving her? Um Out of dog food or any vitamins, minerals. Anything. Okay? Let me tell you why. It's some point of fact, I'm gonna do a commercial in the next half hour again for hugs and kisses the brand new hugs and kisses, which I just redid after 35 years. The most important thing about it is you could be feeding your dog the best food in the market if that food is not absorbed. By the body. It's not absorbed by the organs. What you're kicking. Cleaning up in the dog poop is what the dog needs. So what I'm going to do, Charlie is I am going to send you a jar of the brand new hugs and kisses four in one vitamin mineral supplement treats. Get the dog on that for three or four weeks. Let's see if there's a difference. If not, I may. If you don't see a difference, I'm sure you will. But if you don't I may send you to analogies. But at this point, I think the hugs and kisses for in one supplement. It's gonna make all the difference in the world and down the road apiece. Are we consider changing the food over toe? The Lucy pet tricks? I think the combination The pre biotic formula in the Lucy pet food and the pre box and my hugs and kisses. I'm gonna make all the difference the world to keep that coat. Really good shit. Plus the fact with the supplement I'm sending you It already has blue costuming and conjoined in it, which will help keep the hips and joint so we don't have critical. It is for a German shepherd as well. So I'm gonna put you on hold Charlie. I'm gonna say you were drawing my own father's and kisses four in one vitamin mineral supplement treats. Make all the difference The world on its way to you again. A reminder. Check out the website. We got some amazing holiday gift there for your pets. Also, I want you to check out the Lucy Pet Foundation. You know, you hear me Talk about Lucy Pet food or with her Well, Joey Herrick, who is the owner and founder also has the Lucy Pet Foundation and so far They've spayed and neutered over 28,000 dogs and cats and check out the Lucy Pet Foundation. The website is Lucy Pet Foundation Bator, Lucy Pet foundation dot org's check it out. And if you can make a donation, please do again. The number here 8777258255. 8777 to 5 80 to 55 plenty of time for your cause will get to you, Barbara, Waldy, Chuck and rock. See, also will take some work. Response to whether you believe that animals can.
"bator" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Wearing. Billionaire. I love it right when it comes to drama the real housewives of Orange County never disappoint Shannon Bator five filled me in on what it was like without the trace Amigas, the season, and we're her friendship currently stands with Kelly died. Shannon dougher and the house low. So excited to see you and I'm so happy to see that you're doing well, you and your daughters were all diagnosed with covert while filming how's everybody doing? How are you feeling now? We are great and I am so blessed and grateful that we didn't get it bad. I had lung damage in both my lungs. So I thought I'd be one of those people hospital so. Grateful, that we got through it it was about three weeks. We were really sick for seven to ten days. We got through it. So happy you guys are doing. Okay I do want to know we're all in lockdown. So we have to ask how's your love life. I still dating John? Johnson I've okay. It's almost about a year and a half and we're. We're doing great. He's really cute. He's very sweet and so supportive, and that's something that I'm really not used to having us right and I don't know I never thought that I could find tackiness at six. So I'm very, very grateful to have a young hot sexy fifty-six. Let's let's let's fix that. Thank you so a year and a half that's pretty good. So I mean, are we seeing like a ring in our future or my just need to slow my roll I just I wanna take everything slowly at this point because I do WanNa share my life with someone in and have a partner but you know you need to know that that is is the right relationship for you because I don't want to make another mistake. So I do WANNA things to Go.
"bator" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I think we've been talking that way for several 100 years now. The escalating violence we see in front of us and of the way the candidates have addressed that this last week to me undermines this presentation by the transition Integrity Project. The president has spoken, and so is the attorney general. That is not acceptable, And within these last hours, they've deputized authorities in in Oregon. To make federal arrests because the local judiciary is not sentencing or not dealing straight on with violent people, one of whom is now eyes now deceased, but was suspect in a murder a week ago in Portland. I mentioned that only because Michael, the escalating violence is right now it's not after the election. It's right now, and there's reason to believe the polls in suburbia. Have moved away from Mr Biden because he has not answered it. Candidly or transparently. So I'm wondering if this document Khun be seen as the anxiety of the Democratic left less The planning of November 3rd and fourth. Is that possible, Michael? I'm trying to be generous towards them because otherwise I think there's there's reason to believe they're they're Looney Tunes and I'm parts of this document. What? Well, what we can say, positioning this document in time. And looking at the time in which they held this exercise and then wrote up a report on it. There was a lot more confidence among blue and in favor of Biden. And in many ways you can see this. Document as a kind of artifact that is meant to Kind of bring into focus unmistakably the evil that Trump may attempt to do and subverting the Constitution. But what it it has become over the month since it was released. Is that it kind of voices. Uh uh, the consequences of what the writers suggest the Biden campaign and the Democrats should do. If they don't win And what the two scenarios that Show The Biden campaign, not winning is that they're willing to go to any lengths and in the scenarios there is always this. Description off potential violence or, you know random acts of violence. And yet that isn't even the situation. Where now, In other words, the anxiety you're talking about that has coalesced. In retrospect around this report is, I think the awareness among Democrats that they have Let slip the dogs of civil war and that by the time we get to the election, there is going to be a huge reservoir of anxiety among all Americans. That we're headed toward on irretrievable national and constitutional crisis, in which case people will vote, not on the basis of the candidate at all. They're going to be voting solely in favor of maintaining some form of national order and continuity. And in this sense, I think the report is a pre figuration. Of of irresponsibility on the part of blue strategists in thinking that they could pursue Ah kudo toss strategy if Trump were somehow to win the Electoral college. And And be able to conduct that in a way in which the country does not fall apart. I mean, the scenario in which Trump wins unambiguously involves Democrats threatening to secede at least the right idea. The secessionist states of California, Oregon and Washington. They're bold about it, Michael. They say, 16 16 the North. Is there no historical reading going on whatsoever in these esteemed corridors in Washington? Do they think that that wasn't reported by journalists who must not have read the thing they were reporting December 18 60 South. What? What? What do we have to say? Michael, When we come back, we have to talk about the military because it's in here. Alright? Our brothers and sisters in the military year you're involved, at least in the planning by these esteemed people in their transition Integrity project. This is John Baxter. With Michael's layouts. We're entertaining. Are we now in a civil war, and we're also reading a document by our colleagues who are entertaining the same problem. This is the John Bator Sha There's something very dangerous in your home. It could be hiding in a closet or waiting in the basement. It's not sharp or toxic or flammable if it helps and more people to the trauma center than any other household item. Hey,.
"bator" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"John Baxter. This is John Bator show Nick Bunkers. New book is young Benjamin Franklin. The birth of ingenuity. This is Benjamin Franklin. Who we know is the man who wears the coonskin cap anus. The celebration of Paris. About the time of the revolution of the late 18th century. But here we are. In the late 17th century, Josiah has sailed for Boston with his young wife and Children. They joined the third church in 16 85. He rises through the church as a craftsman. He is not a dire, however. What does he choose to make his living with? Where he wanted to be a doctor, but he was forced in Boston to make do with being a maker of candles and of soap. Because there really wasn't a market in Boston for the kind of silk dying that he had been used to. There weren't enough makers of silk garments. He, however, is Industrias and works very hard and makes a good practice of himself. He did, But the trouble is, you see, he had had to take a step down. If you like any social status in Boston, you see he didn't rank a za Freeman of the city in the way that he had in London. He couldn't automatically vote in elections on DH for religious point of view, he couldn't automatically join a church, Iva because he had to pass a kind of test of holiness for many years. Absolutely right. I think he didn't accept re a communion until the 16 nineties nicely. This is an important element in the Franklin story, having been striving, ambitious, successful people in Britain. On arrival in America. They actually had to take a step down. I think that made them all the more ambitious. There's so many details here we get immediately to Franklin's birth. What is striking is that Franklin is born of elder parents at the time. Josiah is 49 Anne is 38. Of picking the 21st century. That's a senior parents for a son. So he's the youngest of a brood on he will come to depend upon his brother's, but he's born into early 18th century Boston. He's born with a gift. Ah, precociousness that is extraordinary. As if he could read immediately. I see him as a child wandering around reciting things to his parents. However, what's keen here is that he's going to be influenced by his family. First of all the place they grew up next to a place called the Millpond decided it and Franklin learned to swim Who taught him We don't know who taught him, but he seems to take into the water very, very readily, and he loved swimming. Hey, loved messing about with which is extraordinary routines. Not in Boston. It seems it seems in Boston. It was quite common, but he loved messing about in boats. And indeed, he conducted his first scientific experiment on the pond by lying on his back and swimming across the palm with with a kite in his hand. His Uncle Benjamin Senior will arrive when Franklin is nine years old, 10 years old in 17 15. This is very important for Benj for Franklin's education. What do we need to know about Ben Sr. The uncle because he comes after a sadness. I think he's lost. His wife was very sad story. Uncle Benjamin had lost his wife and almost all of his Children 10 and they lost. He's suffered a series of breathers or two. He suffered a series of bereavement, and he'd also lost all his money he had failed in business is as a dire and a trader and silken in London. But he was a very, very talented man. He wrote Some poems the great cycle of poems, which is still available in manuscript in American Archive collection. He was very, very literate man, very politically aware. Developed by way of his religion, and he was someone I think you came to excite exercise quite a profound influence on his name. He lived with the family for four years, and this is one. Franklin was 9 to 13 somewhere in there, and Franklin was keen on and they had the same name so that that's happy. ATT. This point. I'm circling a couple of names that become important to the family, Daniel Defoe. He has you've mentioned the primary has a primer and they Franklin learns to learn from Dafoe. But there's also something here about descent. Their doubt is in the family. In some fashion, deism has arrived, arrived and I wrote down this term Newtonian Christianity. I don't know where I got it from. Probably. You know, Newton and Christianity were in the household together. Did they go together? Well, Franklin read about Newton's physics when he was very young in his by the time he was about 16 or so he already was familiar with the basic principles on it. What was really happening, Wass that in England, the religious situation was becoming very much more complex, great. Many divisions between there's wings If you like of the different Christian churches on DH, there were an element within the church, both the Anglican Church and the dissenting churches. Who did indeed, try to kind of reconstruct Christianity on the basis of Newton science. That was an important element and, frankly became familiar with that very young. On the other hand, there are other people with far more traditional, their outlook. And so there were controls his disagreements in London, which swiftly got transmitted over to America in the Franklin family. Now, the Franklin family is Industrias. They value labor. And they value skills. The brother James, the older brother James decides to become a printer is that is that a fresh technology T choose in the early 18th century in Boston, where there were a number of printers in Boston? There had been a newspaper back in about 16 90. But what James did was very, very shrewd was to go to London. He had to go to London to buy his apparatus, his printing equipment, But he also while he was there appears to be immersed himself in the kind of journalism the British that the English did. And so what James was able to do was to bring back to Boston, the kind of journalistic innovation that was going on in the mother country, and that really became his kind of mission to transmit that to America and produce his own. Newspaper, The New England current The New England current is Where Franklin Benjamin Franklin, our hero, He will be apprenticed to his older brother. And apprentice had contracts. Jewel obligations, toe work for so many years and you couldn't be arbitrary about it. Otherwise you become a runaway, and when we come back, we're going to tell the story of Benjamin Franklin discovering The fact that he's not only a large, healthy, extremely precocious person. He's also a person who is going to become gifted with what we now understand his journalism and To be a columnist. The book is young Benjamin Franklin. The birth of ingenuity and wit. Nick Bunker is the author. I'm John Bachelor. This is the John Baxter. What matters.
"bator" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Now Ken. It's time for the forty eight hour challenge. You've got forty eight hours to identify and close high paying client. What would be your steps that you would take? Well? I have three step system. That's worked for me. one year. I do what I call as a be placebo, assess audit, but just simply for your audience. It's a list of questions that really goes deep into What the client is thinking it goes into the that goes into mission goes into income. It goes into vision and some other things, but what that does is I send them an actual question ear via an email and one. If they fill that out, I know that they are serious about working on their business, you know. Maybe they're not necessarily serious with me yet, but they're at least serious about working on their business if they won't even. Even fill that out, then they're they're. They're tossed out of the the whole qualifying bucket. number two I go through on the phone and twenty minutes with their answers, and I determine their not only their business focus, but also their passion. Yeah, I determine okay. Is there really a- passion behind this in terms of a mission and a vision, or is it something that they're just doing as a hobby and then based on that questioning the number three is I give recommended next steps I say here. Here are two or three ways that I recommend that we work together, and then I simply ask for the business I said. Would you like to work together? Would you like me to to help you help Your Business? And then it usually goes into a discussion on pricing and so forth, but if they're going to discuss with me on pricing, I know that they're there for real because they're trying to gauge okay, how can I afford this and so forth so going by that three step process, I can determine in a very short amount of time whether this person is not only serious, but in my target market, or if it's somebody that I need to move on from. Great! Thank you for sharing that. And at some point in our journey as a coach consultant. We realized that it's win. We actively look for the next big problem or challenge to tackle and to solve that we actually get to our next level. What's that problem or challenge? You're focused on in your business right now. Am I biggest challenges, probably the same one that that a lot of your listeners and also some my clients go through is is knowing when the let go and delegate MEA for for a long time. I felt I needed to do everything from bookkeeping doing my own website, which I talked about do doing my own infusion soft and so forth. Forth but yeah, I finally learned to begin giving some of those things away now go back in time. Just for a moment can. Who was a top mentor to you? And what will you be eternally grateful that they taught you? You know I've had a lot of mentors, but the first one that taught me a critical piece to what I teach today. As, gentleman named Eric Neely, he was the chief operating officer for for the bank that I worked at in the early nineties. and he taught me. How important service standards were. He, would at every staff meeting shoutout to an individual on our team, that really adhered the service standard, and what standard it was you know. Frankly he even got up on a desk one time and preached the service standards, and how important it was, but he imparted to me that that was a critical piece to the overall experience that we provide to a customer clients, and what's the legacy? WanNa leave kin? The legacy that I wanNA leave is. Is that formula you know being able to impart the brand culture strategy alignment, and the importance of it, that really creates a framework for focus whether somebody's an army of one solo for Noor or an army of thousand employees to be able to use that as a framework to create focus in their business. Sir 'cause you'd like to give a shoutout to can. You know 'cause. That's that's near. And dear to my heart. jv Is the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Funds I've had the pleasure of working with some police related organizations, and in these folks put their lives on the line every day for us So I honor them by. Mentioning that that Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, is it's very very important to me and again we'll have a link to that in everything from the show today at conscious millionaire show dot com just click on today's show, and it'll take you to the show notes. We're here with Ken Baiter and most of all were here with you. I WANNA. Thank you for joining us whether on our radio show or podcast. Thank you for being part of the show because it's really all for you. And I look forward to connecting with you on the next. Conscious millionaire can thank you so much for being are featured guest today. Thank you JV..
"bator" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"You're one of the hundred and ninety four countries that listen to us. You're listening to this particular. Because it's right for you, it's got information that you need and it's not an accident that you signed up to be here and. I just want to reach out and give you virtual. Pat On the back in a hug because I don't think you came for JV or Ken I think he came for yourself. And what I mean by that is I think you're ready right now to day to take another step forward towards making your I know into becoming conscious millionaire, making a bigger impact in the world and having the financial success and freedom that you want. We're here for you to help you every step of the way. This is conscious millionaire, the show for coaches and consultants who want to achieve rapid growth, and now it's time for the conscious millionaire questions. Ken The first question I have is if you knew. Tomorrow, you're going to take off. Be Put in hibernation and go to Mars. So you're going to be gone may not be coming back and you want to be sure that all the wisdom you've accumulated through your life experiences, you could pass onto coaches and consultants in the form of just three Golden Nuggets. What would be those three nuggets? One is understand your brand or better yet. Who you are you? You can't be all things. Stall. People and you can't even be liked by everybody, so so be yourself. Number two is understand your niche as we talked about earlier in the after. You can't be your at not. Everybody is a client and you found out a niche in doing your show. I found out a niche over fifteen years doing consulting. You'll find out exactly who you WANNA serve, and what problem you want to solve and number three it. It may be the most important one is. Don't do everything yourself. I used to think that that being a business consultant meant that I was like great mechanic that I would just work on my own car, like I would work on my own business, but frankly that analogy is wrong. You're actually a brain surgeon at. Brain surgeon that if you're working on your own business alone, you're actually working on your own brain. And that's usually not a good idea for a brain surgeon. So what would be just a dick down on that a little bit more because I think it's really important, so you're a coach or consultant. You're listening. You're going I really want to grow my business. What are some of the things earlier on? Let's say you're you're going for that. Hundred thousand or you're in that hundred to five hundred thousand, and now you're going. Hey, how do we get to seven figures? What are some of things that coaching itself? It's need to be considering to get off of them so that they can just be the expert they are. You. You need to understand what you're good at, and also what you enjoy and I'll give you a quick example. Yeah I found the hard way that that one of my skills is not being a graphic designer while I. Certainly can help people with their brand and work with somebody with that skill to make things look good I. Myself can't make anything look visually pleasing I just can't so I need the delegate that and it's not something that I really enjoy anyway, but one thing that I refuse to delegate that I'm also good at and I enjoy is writing I wrote my own book from scratch I didn't have a ghost rider or anything like that. For a very short time. I delegated writing copy for certain marketing materials. I stopped that immediately because nobody can write copy better than I can't, and it's something that I enjoy so I decided to keep that so understand what you do best and what you really enjoy. Keep that in the things that you don't enjoy so much in you know you really could delegate to somebody. That truly is an expert. Yet. Spend the money and do that. I love that now. You've got your book the Formula For Business Success, we're going to have linked to that. If you're driving right now. You're at the gym. You're jogging running errands. You don't have to remember anything we say..
"bator" Discussed on Reinvention Radio
"Was GonNA crash out on your couch. They showed up. So. Maybe if half the forces gone. It'll take ten times for the Cup finally to my house. Yeah, I mean we gotta look at. This thing is insane to me. Yeah. Unnecessary conversation, though because obviously it's not firing on all cylinders. I mean there are elements of what works like when somebody comes to your house breaks in high on heroin and sleeping on your couch. Removing that individual from the House, I mean obviously that that works that process that system. Works, you know, do they rehabilitate? A question what happens? Next right and so I think that's part of what we're looking at as well is. It's not just okay. We see in in by the way we're not going to see a lot of this matter of everyone to see a lot less in terms of what goes on because they just pulled down live CD. And Cops, those two shows they just. They literally yanked off the air. You're done not gonna see it anymore. So speaking of what you don't see though what happens after they come in and get that guy out of your car off your couch. Do they help him at all? Because it doesn't help to just throw this guy in jail and say hey, breaking and entering. You did something wrong. How do we again address the the disease itself as opposed to to the symptoms of that disease right, and and and that's that is I think what a lot of this conversation is leading towards and Ken Kenniston that conversation as well in terms of the culture it. Oh, it you just. You can't always result resort to to violence as the solution, and even if we just look at this in a vacuum and just look at the case of. George Florida as an example, he is that really a violent crime of trying to bite like if if he really needs something whatever it is that he was trying to buy with a counterfeit twenty dollar bill. If. His life is at that stage. Where he's willing to do whatever it takes to be able to buy whatever he needs to buy with a counterfeit twenty dollar bill. Should never have gotten to that. Point is is what I'm saying. So from a culture perspective can. You know if we look at this I. Mean obviously if somebody is standing there with a gun. There are certain actions that need to be taken for sure. But standing there having tried to pass a fake twenty dollar bill. To buy something that obviously. He felt he needed in that moment. WHO's willing to take that risk? Kennedy, we just look at this from a culture perspective. Shouldn't. They treated that differently than if he was standing there with a gun or a knife or was trying to actually harm someone. All certainly I have not seen every video involved Certainly, if it's just a case of somebody, even deliberately passing a counterfeit twenty dollar bill. Everybody in law enforcement. That I've talked to you. The of force against George Floyd was completely incorrect which speaks back to the culture, but let's even go one step further. Let's that it's true that he resisted arrest. Let's say that it's true that he was on some drugs. Or what have you you? The police officer does have the right to defend himself and defend the civilians around him. However he's down. He's handcuffed. They problem that I saw. Is the fact that this is what I saw I saw having worked with law enforcement for sixteen years in one way, shape or form. I am not a police officer myself. was I saw an officer and Derek Chavez. That should not have been on the streets. And I'll and I'll go into a little bit more detail on that in that year. He civilians told him you know look he's. He's not breathing. He's calling out for help off of 'EM. Ace East L., then he's fine at even one of his fellow officers. A rookie said you know. Maybe we should turn him. On his on his, maybe we should do something a snow. We stay in this position until the EMT's come or something to that to that effect your when I saw is a police officer that did not belong on the street so going back to culture. If we had a culture where one year rookie cops could see you, this just isn't right. You know I swore an oath just like this guy did and what we're doing is is an excessive use of force for what is. What is happening here? They should have been empowered. I think to one of the things that I. don't hear enough of I. Hear it in a lot of private circles. Because people frankly are so afraid to speak out about this subject is that there is an issue with your cops having mental issues, they they get they get ptsd from cumulative trauma some of them and I'm not making an excuse in any way shape or form for what Derek Shelvin did, but if we had a culture and a system where it was open in that. Hey, you know there's something wrong with this guy. Not only. Should he not be on the strategic? Be a training officer. He shouldn't be teaching other cops what to do. We should have a situation. Where were those officers? Maybe on a yearly basis, go through some type of mental evaluation Yeah, maybe that we need to have instead of defunding, we need funding for maybe some types of certification programs like we do for nurses and other professions. Maybe we should raise this a little bit where you know. We identify the problem. Police officer before something happens like what unfortunately happened at George Floyd. Yeah! Yeah so rich anything that you want to add to this because you've been. Gosh, yearly halen meaning it's. Part of why it's hard for me right now is. It's the combination of the place we play in the world of podcasting and all this. Soundbites are awesome and they're. They're so important. But part of I think the problem that's going on, is we? Don't sit long enough and talk long enough and go deep enough in a conversation. To find out real solutions, and so people look for soundbites, 'cause left or right like it's I. Mean you teach us in the podcast starts with attention, and if you can say something or do something to gets attention. That's step one. And so you know one I. Want to go back to two can comment. On I don't think it has to be mutually exclusive I. Think we can do all these things and being you know Mr Reinvention Steve like. I think this is a great opportunity to. A time in the world to reinvent and I think we'll look back at twenty twenty and we will have some good hindsight. Right like I. I think there's a great opportunity for us. I think the hardest part is it's GonNa? Be a lot of hard conversations and there's GonNa. We need to be willing to sit at that table through a.
"bator" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
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"bator" Discussed on This American Life
"I think I was hoping that it would be different than you imagined. Or would you think? Because I always imagined that I played like shit. They don't look that. Well, you see. We chatted a little longer. My dad looking drained. I think a little sad. It was late in the rafters were about to play the bucks. So I left my dad to watch his game, I spent the evening pretending to read, but really I was worried about what I just did the next morning. My dad told me he had something. He wanted to say, you know. Hi, actually. Felt a sense of. Relief Bator watching a game with you. I don't think I would have watched it. Tell you the truth so getting through that with someone that you care and for them to sit there and watching this be brutally honest, like you said shit excuse my language, but those things are important. And that's what I wanted to talk to my dad about the important things. And since I started this conversation we've been doing that more and more. We've talked about his childhood Mississippi about his health like how dialysis associated pleading, and about his own parents, and how he sees them. Our conversations are not always the steep but you know what they're not always about. They're not always about basketball. Emmanuel berry is one of the producers of our show version of the story appeared on the Nahed podcast that tell stories about black culture that you won't hear anywhere else. Like lavar Burton discussing the love life of black Star Trek characters. You can find the nod wherever you get your podcasts. Complete. Our program was produced today, but Lena MRIs Nadia, Raymond, our staff includes them at a wound may Ellen Baker manual, berry, Ben Kelvin's that we chased Dana this Viva. Cornfeld Neil
"bator" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"Dot com slash dumb, gay politics and just like pay dollar. I mean, it's just like a dollar. It's like nothing right to you. It's nothing. But for us, the keeps this podcast going and basically. Supporting our lifestyle, right and lifestyles of eating lifestyles of LA's, drugging and. Head of home. Yeah. Living necks. Our patriarch in France have been supplying us with Kleenex, and it's been great. And you know, what Jen Severson? Okay, she has been so fucking generous straight up like she gave us drugs in eyepatches, which we used the entire fucking summer. General I live with Julie. We literally we were smoking joints and wearing eyepatches and crying like we weren't the whole summer and the eyepatches were goals, and we were glistening and the joints were lit, and it was on. And so she went now did her damn self and got us some real housewives of OC, Shannon Bator. Okay. This was unexpected. I mean, I didn't unexpect- it. Because I read her comment that she loved us on patriotic. I didn't think that it was real. I didn't I understand. What was being said because you know, Shannon, Badoer's cells QVC diet food is basically go did not go that. I didn't know she started a line of food like us because we have the Bravo embargo. Yeah. I had no idea, but the kid came now it came, and you came and it came on all over the freezer, and it's it comes in basically, it's a cooler showed up like a full cooler and inside is are like it's a full week's worth of food. So and it's freeze freeze like not freeze dry. I guess it's not free. As drivers righteous, for instance. But it's something packed. It's it's just a vacuum. Seal vacuum-sealed, and it's called real for real cuisine real for real. And you got she got us the seafood combo pack. Okay. Teriyaki flout. Under with soba noodles, cream cheese, and herb stuffed salmon and zesty garlic shrimp. Okay. Now read her message, and then describe to the girls and Burs what the ship was. Okay. Hey, ladies. I know you have boycotted Bravo TV. But I know deep down in your souls Vanderbilt rules in the housewife still live. I've just sent you. Shannon, Badoer's real for real cuisine from QVC. There was not an option to send a card with the food. But it's on its way just a little for all the laughs. You give me each week love. You both Joan from Portland PD, pediatrics PS. I am pissed off. I didn't get to take you out on my boat. This summer when you were in Portland, maybe next summer. You know, Jen, the shit hit the fan in Portland, and we really weren't boat worthy. But we will be rocking on the boat with the eyepatches and the joint and the reel to reel fucking zesty. Garlic, shrimp, next, summer and. Or early spring. If you will I don't know in Portland starts getting sunny, but that's when we'll be hitting the shit. Well, that sounds fun. And I did eat the garlic shrimp. I know Julie Julie pilfered the shrimp out of. And I said why did first of all have the whole dish? And also don't have it. Because wait for me. So we can have it together. We have not yet. I think I you can take the bat the plastic bag and just put it in boiling water. Sweet. I think that I lead that I think that's all it is if that's how it really is made. I'm about to be ordering that shit up into my house..
"bator" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"I enjoy your podcast and have been an arched fan since his early days at channel. Four also been a loyal little for a couple of to have a long member, and I enjoy hearing Nigel Mr.. Tony's podcast. I don't know who that is. In the nineteenth podcast, you talk about John waters, polyester while mention the sad passing tab, hunter at talked about being in smell Rama. Well, it was actually called odorata odor Rama he's correct. And the reason I know is because I still have my original Ota Rama card from when I saw it in its initial theatrical run in Georgetown in nineteen eighty one, the lake. Great, stiff, baiters Bator's. I don't know how to pronounce that legendary dead boys and lords of the new church lead singer was also in polyester as Bobo and sadly passed in nineteen ninety. And he shows the card in get what number was the dog. Droppings. If it wasn't number two, then somebody wasn't. Through, okay, this this is from Eddie. And I think we touched on this earlier. Hello gang on your collective recommendation. I watched killing eve. Wow. How did Jodi Comber get passed up for an EMMY? She's amazing. Thanks for the suggestion. She really was. She was Sandra, oh, got nominated. But Jodi comer dead, Sandra. Oh, was terrific to anything from her. But just that first seen for both first. Great. But Jodi Comber in the ice cream shop, you're like, oh, I'm in. I'm in on one hundred percent on this. No, that's right. It was a breakout for her. So there was also that element like, who is this person? Why don't I know who she is? Yeah, too bad. Shinkin nominate season to hopefully Emmys will finally come mainly in of stuff in France, French. I wanna see. She's British. I could be wrong. I could be wrong. Yes, she's done some stuff overseas and she was in his show darn it that's on Netflix. I can't think of right now. So sounds done nothing, but this really felt like a coming into her own kind of moment. So that's it from the mail bag. If we didn't read your Email on the air, read them all and we love hearing from you. So please emails at the movies, twenty two at g mail.
"bator" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To way to predict pollution levels which he says can help president it's better with pollution the sensually what i'm doing is i'm taking the past almost three years a pollution data from the embassy and i'm running it through a machine learning model that essentially looks at patterns in the data whether it's wind speeds humidity temperature of course and it correlates all that to figure out well in the past this is what happened with these conditions so now we're going to predict what's going to happen now and hopefully give people more information so that they can make decisions about their own health in their own picking their families health and in the depths of the winter when when the pollution's really bad how bad are the levels pmt point five from my observations it gets as high as seven hundred micrograms per cubic meter the current safe level of pm two point five is under twenty and so that is a significant significantly higher than normal and not part of the pollution in ulan bator is caused by residents of the district burning coal to keep warm in the winter but with more and more people weaving to the city from rural areas tackling pollution is a huge challenge for the government seven about names right the minister for environment says in the short term the government's goal was to reduce the pollution snake coming from the district for going into this process call and also trying to introduce new system off to burn that smoke more efficiently introducing the city hitting new technologies using daily for heating reduced polluted smoke bryn mawr clean lifestyle.
"bator" Discussed on The 45th
"So we don't know at this stage but we do know is that there's a lot more still to be done and trump on sunday tweeted quote wow we haven't given up anything and they have agreed to denuclearization so great for the world site closure normal tested yet they haven't noticed the big whopper of a in that statement of not they've agreed to shutdown one site and do no more tests and most experts say you know why they said that because they don't need to do any more tests that weapons of good enough to go and they're fine with the weapons they have explicitly saying that we will not give up our weapons will stop testing basically north korea wants respect north korea wants to be treated as a nuclear weapon state like the permanent five like israel like india and pakistan i think there are eight declared nuclear weapons states in the world north korea wants to be the ninth and be treated respectfully as ninth and that's what he's going into negotiations for now we'll trump able to handle such negotiation clearly not we need to that's my big worry you have the summit they turn up in ulan bator wherever they plan to have it do trust donald trump in a summit on such a sensitive and complicated issue as nuclear diplomacy the man can't negotiate with his own private lawyer the idea that he could go shit with a foreign leader on such a big subject is absurd there's his ability to actually negotiate something so sensitive and complex which to me is mostly about does even understand what the hell's going on i mean his dad that particular tweet that you just read.
"bator" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Traffic is brought to you by the ups store a tv all clint twenty four westbound before broadway we have an accident involving three vehicles and a motorcycle blocking the left lane stop and go back to the caldecott tunnel semago hayward 92 westbound from eighty to the mets ban on the bridge the ups store it can help be printed all like presentation flyers business hard banners and more with a full range of finishing services they can give you an uber apollo polish professional look set by your locally owned ups right today for all your printing needs we have the morning show did something pretty damn funny i think i can go as far as to say you normally don't you don't want it to your own horn like that yeah this was very funny we'll talk about it right before celebrities bannon and what else do you got in his lynagh so ashton kutcher has revealed that he emila kunath will not be leaving any money to their kids when they pay on even though they have miller's while build these held are coming up and you've been honored the de leon while london loyd back to shame i can be made out of there then back down in london well gene gene gear because she made in ulan bator losing an logan any berlusconi shea guy the the core pain bandeli the no way lenovo me there is so thin back come back and do for us elegant makes me braff.
"bator" Discussed on KQED Radio
"About the last great trip you token let's get eli on ally welcome john q i i could occur tomorrow night navigate and like we other caller all ahead with their worker lonely planet and it's interesting uh how how stoorikhel thing got there was the first time ever of an internet cafe we are in bangkok in pittsburgh the jet cafe that's how we learned how to uh communicate with our family of echo because back then nicknamed eight john coming gdp could go to a little place in the class' on road and bangkok and cutest thing called emailing where you a trying to queen your family back home with the letters but uh anyway in a roundabout way that that led us to a little island off of uh believes that the fbi found in your book uh call today and in penang i met a guy i think a lot like you nato motorcycles from uh london all the way across asia and uh so he seemed like the perfect person to ask about uh john where go anywhere in the world and i still have not done it so my list but he says that the number one trip he ever took was to mongolia and he went to mongolia a force and with guy uh he's a plane no further miniature horses of mongolia yeah you know i've i've not gone but that's it with me or whatever that's one of our uh you know have two trips to go to mongolian and write a horse claims idle you know it riding a works in their blades all need just wondering if baghdad with does suggest any any suggestions for go baghdad mongolia and i must admit i didn't write a whole sucrose mongolia i've i've been across mongolia by train joining the transfer and express my i've also travelled around by gee i once they got all russian helicopters going out to a place in ties between the best places in the world for people to look for a dinosaur skeletons museum in ulan bator the capital has some amazing dinosaur skeletons earlier is up they say it can be tough travel but it's interesting place to go what's the.
"bator" Discussed on Life of the Law
"Hi brittany bator attorney and chair of our advisory board hi nancy antoni again and filmmaker and life of the laws senior producer she davila let's start with you what's been like over the past year for louise and for you as an immigration attorney very difficult the last year has brought a lot of fear a lot of concern uh a lot of uh stress to my clients lives and uh as an attorney who who cares about my client who advocate formal fide form the fear and the stress i feel it and uh and it's been difficult uh there's a lot of difficulty understanding what's going on a lot of the clients that i have they are hardworking many many of them work in the construction industry and and i know recently with a hurricane harvey in houston and kind of the enhanced enforcement that we've been seeing from immigration in a in a some of them they come up to me and they're like who's gonna rebuild houston they they just don't understand why they the president in the country wants to deport them when they feel like they are contributing they're working hard they're doing the type of work that that no one else's uh willing to do at least that the at the wages that they receive so w what it what is it like to to to work as an immigration attorney representing this population i've been wondering because you're an attorney and so you have to file motions and appeals and and yet every time you do you are putting their names on documentation that is is open to the government how do you protect their identity and protect them at the same time that you are representing them in court will you really don't in the sense of by the time they come to me they either have.
"bator" Discussed on WTMA
"Into this will show it's proportionate it as a mathematical formula perhaps it makes sense that well okay well bs are about china joe what is china paying in what is china's obligation under the paris accord what is india's obligation under the paris accord and set aside c o two for just a moment although china's the number one c o two polluter and the world take particulate pollutants take pollute polluting the oceans and look at china versus the united states take over all pollution set includes co two if you want and then separate co two out and look at them as polluters versus the united states and then look at the structure which is designed to punish and this was the classic leftists construct you punish the successful and that's what howard dean was talking about worth socialism and capitalism and redistributing wealth and that's the role of government this is the role of international final governance as well to redistribute wealth that is your wealth so you've gotta work every day you get up before the sun you work real hard you come home you pay your taxes and then the left takes your money and they send it to a ouagadougou because the leaders in a ouagadougou signed on to this paris accord in orlando tour they're very happy that barack obama signed on to this agreement because it's a payday for them and that's how they got them all to sign up why you think they signed up for this because they're concerned about global warming in ulan bator they're not okay pain to suggest that they are as silly it's it's laughable now those are actual capitals that is her real capitals but but joe who as you know a perfectly reasonable guy otherwise you know to talk about the politics is missing the point no to not talk about the politics is missing the point because it's all about the politics if it were about reducing co to output then we will have an agreement that would reduce co two output that's not what we have here it's aspirational not operational just like alqaeda again and and honest fame hike is like as reagan.