35 Burst results for "Baugh"

Sebastian Has Made Only One Mistake: Backing Bill Barr

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 10 months ago

Sebastian Has Made Only One Mistake: Backing Bill Barr

"Have made one mistake which i have publicly accepted on this show. I have made at least two or three mea culpas and that has to do with a certain member of the administration. I served with a cabinet member. I was just a lowly strategist deputy to the president and that individual was our attorney general. Bill baugh and i have a story to tell you about bilbao from us nine on this show on social media and elsewhere i made statements about bill baugh being a good guy getting to the bottom of things rooting out corruption in the department of justice. Not making an excuse. Because i you know those words when mine but i made those statements based upon things that had been told to me by very good friends. Who'd worked for bill baugh when he had been the attorney general previously in the bush administration. So it's going on socio deemed to be very reliable. And i repeated that affirmation but i was wrong. I was as wrong as wrong. Could be this man is come. He is swamp. Just look into how richie is in where he got his money from. But you don't need to know that stuff. The inside baseball. You need to know what he did or didn't do for the trump administration how he had one job one job to clean out the stygian origin. Stables that were the department of justice just clean it out of corruption of the likes of stroke mccabe at the fbi komai people who weaponize law enforcement and he didn't nothing zip one. One junior loy gets a slap on the wrist for forging cia document. If i'd forced the cia document ibm jail now and be there for a long

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How to Stay Compliant With GDPR?

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

02:03 min | 11 months ago

How to Stay Compliant With GDPR?

"You're someone who has seen data prediction as well as technology evolved over the years. Let's start las twenty five years. If i may tap into that belt of knowledge and them what is the big change on. Evolution have seen in data protection as well as technology because it hasn't evolved or not and everyone of us has a perspective. But what do you see the broad level right right. I think one is Ubiquity so when i was a trainee and the law firm no one had computers. There was this word processing system called wang and and so so absolutely dates me and there are still faxes so we'd have legal documents sent through and faxes this big and they used to disappear on that facts paper so we say to review and then very very quickly we got our own personal computers and we were expected to do more of our own document and all this thing and then the what was interesting. Walls the client expectations massively changed when someone sent through a fax this big while they posted round a letter document that big in their mind though going. That's a huge document going to take a while to read. It's gonna take them to get it. And so the the expectation of the reply was was accordingly whereas when you could just email attachment you didn't get any sense of the size and so as a lawyer you'd get the same document email to you. I'm very quickly people to go. So what do you think you're like well. So what was interesting. Was ubiquity of the technology. How quickly that happened. Another one is how that affects things like our own human expectations and changes them based on on the understanding of of different material. I think that's one thing. One another thing is the ease of getting knowledge and and also the the ability to get a lot of poor knowledge. So when everything was offline it you. You basically had a lot of word of mouth. You're quite very selective about how you found the information and there wasn't as much information out there

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"baugh" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

Project Upland Podcast

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

"Multi camera anything like that and so by keeping that is basically Variable free as possible. Were able to be more efficient when we do run those and so what our plan to do is we're going to run. Basically smaller batches of them will say for example wolf will start fifty and production and if you can go to the website and added to cart. Essentially you're securing your spine line for that battery. Still obviously need to finish building them so there is a small lead time but those are already in the works and if it shows sold out that means that that batch is basically spoken for and when we will look at our production schedule and we will set a date That will let everybody know. We'll we'll have it on the product page there and let them know when those are available to order again. So it's one of those things you gotta strike while the iron hot. The early bird gets the worm. There we've had an an incredible. I mean mind boggling. Response to it out the gate. It's been two days and it's just been awesome. And i'm i'm pretty close here in probably the next couple of days. I thought i thought we were going to have enough for at least a month and in two days were about tapped out so We'll we'll ha we'll have. We've we already have more than the queue. I'll just be transparent. And and just say that just from the response that we had there and looking to hire some more people obviously to be able to capture some of demand. Because you know we. I i understand right now. A lot of people ask are the lead times due to lack of materials is due to supply chain issues and there's a lot of people that have been really impacted by that at the beginning of the year. I haven't paid myself out of final rise. And i don't plan to for a long time like i said i'm fortunate to have a great job. Everything goes back into this business and so we we constantly baugh by raw materials. Like i said. I mean i've got pallets of our colored fabric here just at my house and we just continually stock up on those stuff and part of design was to make sure that we were using fabrics and components that were readily accessible from a number of different suppliers. So if somebody did end up going belly up or Someone what. What didn't have something in. I could pivot and go to somebody else and yet change different costs and whatnot but ultimately doesn't impact the customer. And that's really. The goal is to make sure that if somebody wants to get a final rise vest. I want you to have a vest. And i'll do everything i can to make sure you get one so we're constantly on. It takes up a lot of time to make sure that that ball is always rolling as efficiently as possible. But i feel it's it's critical to the success and being able to get people product so kind of on that note with supply chain and lead times and stuff. I know last year again. Demand very much exceeded what you could produce and so there ended up being this big wait time during hunting season did you ever did you get caught up on that. Can somebody on the on the website today and order some invest and. Get it in a week. No well. congratulations thank you. It's it's a good thing and it's a bad thing and that that's honestly. I'm still learning so much about this right. You know it's like i. I looked at it and i'm like okay. You know what what is the season of this business and and when when our highs when our lows and you you try to figure that out right because you wanna be able to ramp up prior to that and.

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"baugh" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast

What The Flip Podcast

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast

"Oh yeah that's everything has its troops from every genre by. It's the wave. The they go by executing it. Yeah which is awesome awful Successful doing is like each of their movies has a new way to come. I is that what Good point he he loses or he goes free something bad and then he has to regain his resolve regain his either tiger. Come back and win. And that's a basic formula for so many films baugh again reason. Why are the rookie franchise. One of my favorite franchises film partisan ever is because it's is is not the formula that we're we're liking is everything else. Is the carrot the dialogue the meanings. The scenes the execution of the film is everything else that the formula is just like the cup. The cop that you're pour into war into you'd what what you're drinking is actually the water inside it. You know drinking a cop the formulas just a the shape of the zomig sarma wit analogy. Yeah shape glass. Maybe the same but the flavor of the liquids definitely not a cup the shit outta me. The it gives a whole new meaning to demon in the ball. Now.

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"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"I'll i'll give you my sermon outline some time. But it had it had a bucket and it was seven things in that bucket and ask for forgiveness. Ravenous seven point sermon. But i did in the l. association wives were like sunday school. So at your head is your feet. Yeah it's a good stuff. It's about the everything and we have to deal with it and we need help. And that's why it's going to serve as well go out and and get your book and tell me a story of somebody who applied this stuff and you saw the change in their life won't you. Oh gosh i remember. I was one of the things that i do is i. I'm part of a teaching team at our ranch in southern montana. And we do these five day intensive discipleship cohorts with groups of fifteen to twenty guys. And there's a there's cohorts for women. But i don't lead those. There's other folks that do that. We have guys that. Come from all over the world. So we have military First responders police fire fighters. We have teachers. We have executives pastors missionaries. I mean it is a representation of men just mend being men one of the weeks. I had a couple of former marines who had seen a lot of combat and had were really struggling with ptsd. And after one of the sessions that i taught one of the guys pulled me aside and shared a story with me about his experience on the battlefield where his commanding officer was killed right next to him and he believed that it was his fault and as we talk through that it was clear to me that he was taking responsibility for something that was not his to take responsibility for and as we talk through that i remember john sunglasses on so i couldn't see his eyes but i remember as we were talking. He started tilting his head. Like this. it's kinda like forgive the analogy but like my dog when i'm talking to my dog. She's trying to understand what she does. The same thing right. I could just see on his face. It was like something. New was dawning on him that he had never thought before. It never dawned on him that it wasn't his fault. And so that just that validating that and empathizing with and carrying that burden with him even for those few moments really led to an. That was a couple years ago I have a friend of mine. Who's been kind of working with him and the progress that he's made as a result of a new way of thinking it's been followed up by a lot of other things for sure was just foundational to his recovery from a very distorted way of thinking will unfortunately our our time is up. How thankful we are for that but also just brings up. I think for both of us. How many people are struggling after many years in life with with things. That just seem insurmountable. That really don't have to be in. And i think your book is one of the ways that people can begin to work through that stuff and and let me just mention again.

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"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"The pain pastors are not equipped with a world view. If you will to really understand that and so a lot of the answers they. They're doing the best they can. But a lot of the answers they provide. Don't get to the heart issues of the broken nece in a way that actually facilitates healing changing growth. And i think people over time. Just get to the point. Where okay pastor. I've i've prayed. I've read my bible. I've served i've given. I've done all these things. But i'm still stuck what's going on and i think what i'm trying to do is provide a bridge that will help span that gap in our own emotional health spiritual health and growth that has tended to be left out of our discipleship process in the local church in. What's in that secret sauce. That might surprise. You don't see and every other book that this sin that often is associated with rebellion against guide is more often in my experience the result of broken ness and unresolved emotional pain and it doesn't make it less sinful but we when we got to go to the source john and so many churches just focus on the behavior. It's stopped the behavior. What is addiction. is it porn is it. Alcohol is a drug. What is it just stop doing. Because they're identifying that as the problem. Well that's not the problem. It's a problem for sure but the problem is what's going on in the heart because what's going on in the heart is going to be played out in our behavior so to change the behavior. We gotta do hard work and you can't just address behavior and have changed happen this past sunday. I had the chance to preach and I was thinking about you know easter after easter. If you not the senior guy right right senior crowd and they bring in. Somebody like me and i was thinking really what is after the fundamental christian message of you know good friday and easter. What are we supposed to do. And so i was thinking about that a couple of sundays and of to preach and one of them. I just focused on this One verse where. The apostle paul says literally says but one thing i do and i thought well i better pay attention if this is. This is the apostle. Paul wrote most of the new testament. But one thing. I do forgetting what lies behind and then it goes on to talk about an most people. Just skip that forgetting what lies behind. I bet you don't skip that part. Do it takes some work forgetting what lies behind well and i think i think to your point. A lot of astor's and church leaders use that very passage in philippians. Three as a no psychology. Go back and resolve the unresolved emotional pain of your past and such. But that's not. What paul's talking abou now passage john. And you know that right is that. He's talking about all of his accomplishments that he had been dependent upon as Righteousness before god and he goes on to say i consider those dung and the greek word that he actually uses there is is more like human excrement remade. Yeah he's being intentionally graph so he sang all of my spiritual trophies fair. See i'm from the tribe of benjamin. I'm you know. I mean you talk about having letter his name. That guy had them all and he saying all of that is superfluous compared to knowing. Christ jesus my lord..

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"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"We're going to be posting a number of new videos to youtube channel. And so we're creating a number a lot of content that we're going to put out just to just to help folks super. Let me mention that. I work for standing stone ministry up really we work with frontline workers and the spiritual world clergy and leaders missionaries realizing that they get discouraged. The church hurt them too. And so this ministry is offered to them because of your generous contributions. And if you're one of those. Who said i really wanna do that someday. If you consider maybe doing it today. I wanna thank you ahead of time if you do as we continue encourage others delivered that and life church hurts and we know that church isn't the end of the story so thank you ahead of time for that. So let's get you to california. What brought you out here. Well you know. God gets us work to be so position opened up at a church that you mentioned earlier here in southern california. We're actually from here. My wife and i were born in southern california went to mission high school and i was on staff at saddleback church after seminary and then we went back to virginia. We were there for almost eleven years and then moved back to california in two thousand and four and then i became the senior pastor at a coastal church in italy silvio. That was that's a big task. While coast tells a been a great church for many many years and you were there for quite a while and then something happened. That really messed up your head. Didn't it yeah. Well you know. I'm a i'm a casualty of some of the worst church politics you can experience but more than that it was just. I just hit a place of spiritual and emotional and physical burnout. To where i i wasn't leading out of an abundance. I was leading out of scarcity and that did affect my leadership. It did affect. How i you know handle myself in stressful situations. Anybody who's listening to your podcasts. John who's in church ministry in on a staff position especially it is a extremely stressful role..

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"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"I infuse findings from both psychology neurology and theology into an understanding of how a person resolves emotional pain and how they actually grow to become more like christ in if one gets into the substance of that book. There's a real important understanding kind of of some categories that you bring forth kind of starting with thoughts if you will take us into the main categories as you see us working. Psychologically in layman's terms. Simply put every human being has a body which i refer to as material self and an inner being that you could refer to as the spirits or the heart is the word that is used most often in the bible. That's the immaterial self and those two parts if you will are. They worked together and influence each other. When you talk about the immaterial self our spirit or our heart. There's primarily three dynamics there thought emotion and will and the way i in the book. It's they're like gears. And when one of those gears turns it's going to turn the other gear now all the engineers out there going to send ken. Three years isn't going to work. You need a fourth year and the fourth year that i have there is basically our worldview. If we're going to believe what it is that we believe our core beliefs turn that thought wheel that then turn the emotions that turned the will that then produce behavior or influence behavior now are thinking the only thing that influences behavior but probably for this conversation it is an important dynamic of what drives behavior our listeners go across the in terms of their belief systems but we pretty educated audience and they're sniffing beneath this and they're saying all right is this another is just like the christian version Or that already came out in the christian version. This is the power of positive thinking. This is norman. Vincent peel this is robert shuler reworded or in a secular version. This is oprah winfrey. And just you know. It's think good thoughts meditate on the butterfly. The butterflies Really do i really want to pick up a book. That's just how one made that. I need to think good thoughts. Yeah well i think that's those are great questions and valid but there is some truth to all that you just said because the way god designed the brain to work. Is that what. What the things that we think about over and over and over again are we move toward is just a basic dynamic of neurology and we move toward what we think about. So if you're going to be thinking about negative things distorted things if you're gonna be worrying all the time if you're going to be fearful all the time that is going to affect your behavior. It's just a almost a cause and effect relationship. What we're talking about. Or what i'm talking about. In the book is what we are choosing to focus our thoughts on and as we choose to focus on what god has revealed to us through scripture through the bible about who he is who we are in our relationship with him that then turns those that thought gear now produces a different kind of emotion. That then influences the that plays out in behavior so the science behind it of all of those things you said. Whether it's vincent. Peel oprah winfrey and her guests or the apostle paul. It's the scientists saying it's what we're focusing on and meditating on if you will and thinking about is what's different in things..

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"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Who was about my age and so and that was that was good. My sister and i got along very well and then my dad and step mom had their own child together. So i have a half brother but you know. Blending families is very challenging. And there's there's just a lot of dynamics that go along with that else happened in your life that got you into the christian world and his why you're here but on the edge really was psychology in a training that ended up lead you into the ministry and you have a lotta initials after your name like i do. But what attracted you so much to the psychological side of. I've always believed that god. The way god created us is going to inform how he's going to transform us and it just made sense to me that under the umbrella of general revelation the sciences can help to inform that whether it's psychology philosophy. Sociology anthropology neuroscience. What have you from my perspective. Those don't define what is true but they do. Illuminate what this bible already says is true actually in regard to faith and practice okay so when you refer to general revelation you're talking about specifically what god reveals to everybody apart from the bible any specific book but that everybody can kind of look out there and has revealed himself in ways other than scripture alone. Right correct yeah. The apostle paul in romans chapter one talks about how creation gives us a an understanding of a creator. And whether you talk about intelligent design whether you talk about just the beauty and majesty of the creation but paul even makes the point that even god's divine attributes can be seen in creation so general revelation as we understand it as the allegiance is a profound lens through which we can see can see the lord the way i sometimes put that as we have to work really hard not to believe in god and i'm always reminded a see us lewis who said as an academic he was convinced that god didn't exist and he was very mad at him for it. Tell me you you've written a number of books but tell me about the latest one because it gets to what we want to talk about today. It's called unhindered abundance restoring our souls in a fragmented world and it's really my ministry manifesto. John it's my life narrative up to this point and i'm fifty seven so i've got some some mileage kinda runs throughout.

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"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Ever thought the devil made you do it. Why do you do what you do. And how does faith fit into it today. Brain science and belief with dr ken. Baugh welcome to church and birds. Pant bad about religion and spirituality. You've ever had questions about the jurors may be a bit jaded in your attitude. Do religion you come to the right place. Host he was an honors philosophy student ordained a presbyterian minister planted three thought figures university. But now now you just aging margin food never quits asking the host roads and dr john rain science and belief. Don't tell anybody. But i've got addicted to binge watching a series on net flicks. No really don't tell anyone because the language is way too graphic and the sex on the screen won't pass any sunday school test but the story line and the imagination is simply overwhelmingly compelling. The series has called outlander and had forces one to contemplate the cultural medical and spiritual annex in the mid twentieth century compared to the mid eighteenth century. How would you handle life if you woke up tomorrow. Two hundred years back in time. Imagine the differences beginning with no lights. Turn on much less thermostats. Do adjuster prescriptions to take so. Why don't we just keep that line of thought going from minute in the christian world. It wasn't long ago. The catholics believed powell The protestants were all heretics and protestants thought. The pope was the antichrist. Psychology is a specific field of study was not even born as miss and superstitions abounded in the areas. We might call brain science today from you. Were doing something crazy. What are we supposed to conclude. If we don't know about brain tumors chemical imbalances and personality disorders rushing forward today. The you wonder why you are struggling with faith and relationship issues in ways. That seem unique. Do you question the prescriptions which are supposed to take the edge off of your anxiety or depression. Still finding yourself..

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The Case Of Nicholas Barclay

Casefile True Crime

05:23 min | 1 year ago

The Case Of Nicholas Barclay

"Three years and full month earlier. Thirteen year. Old nicholas lie left. He's family san antonio home in frustration with a reputation for being troubled. Pain nicholas frequently skipped school and when he did attend he was often in trouble for being disruptive he's home life was equally unstable single mother. Beverly dullah was a high functioning heroin addict who worked seven nights a week at a local donuts door to provide for her family. Nikola softened lashed out at beverly heating and cursing at her and the police had been called out on a number of occasions to breakout arguments in an attempt to control nicholas outbursts. Beverly asked geraldo son. Nikolas brought by jason to move in having jason dair initially diffused tension between bedi nicholas. But as tom went by jason who was in his early twenties and also struggling with drug addiction came caught up in the family. Fighting dare arguments could be heard from neighbouring properties on june thirteen nineteen ninety-four nicholas decided to blow off some steam. After a fought with these mother bus shooting a few hoops at the local park. He had a law on his mind. He already had a juvenile record and was due to faces sentencing. Hearing the following day this was to address a racing event in which he had broken into a convenience store and stalin a pair of tennis shoes. One possible outcome of the hearing was that nicholas could be placed in a group arm a prospect that greatly distressed him before nicholas left pressed the fog dollar bill into. He's hand her only instructions with him to be back home for dinner shea then retired to bed to sleep in preparation for her not shift. That work light that afternoon. The phone rang at the house. Jason answered was nicholas asking if these mother could pick him up from the park. Jason told nicholas that beverly was still sleeping and he'd have to walk time nicholas. Barklay never made it home for dinner that night the next morning following not shift at the donuts door. Beverly reported nicholas missing to local. Police nicholas had a history of running away from home and the offices were initially unconcerned by his disappearance. They speculated that nicholas was avoiding he sentencing hearing and reassured beverly that he would likely show up after a few days as he had done in the past. Beverly couldn't shake the feeling that something more was amiss. Shea and nicholas is older siblings jason and sister carey when about the neighborhood putting up flyers and knocking in the hopes someone had seen the blonde haired blue wad slim. Tain police interviewed beverly's baugh who told of the many arguments shea heard coming from the house particularly after jason had moved back in with nicholas and his mother wakes passed with no lades. Nicholas's disappearance gained little media attention. He's family felt that authorities had minimal interest in trying to locate the missing tain diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and naturally trusting of strangers. Beverly thought that nicholas smart have accepted a lift home with an unknown person and met with foul play. She spoke of her sons loving nature. Anyone who would listen hoping to sway the local perception that he was unruly teenager. She remembered how affectionate hey could bay and thought about. He's taught warm hug often three and a half months off his disappearance a small glimmer of hope that nicholas barklay was alive and well presented itself. Jason was returning home one afternoon when he saw nicholas trying to break into the garage of their low set modest brick family. Time when nicholas court saw jason Disappearing down the straight jason. Find the local police and an was dispatched to the house Hey conducted a search of the premises and the straight blocks surrounding time but could find no sign of nicholas despite this promising laid there were no further sightings and the case turned code as the months. Dis went by nicholas. Family came to the conclusion that he had most likely died. Had he been alive they were certain he would have reached out to them.

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Liverpool Irish Centre: Heritage and Hopes for "Dublin's Twin City"

The Plastic Podcasts

05:51 min | 1 year ago

Liverpool Irish Centre: Heritage and Hopes for "Dublin's Twin City"

"Muslim was probably she wasn't she wasn't there right from the start. But she started going in the late sixties so it was always sort of out of our lives and mainly bothering me system. He says was a dunster and then we would go to functions and masses and see bonds. And that's the thing an and the tire center involved because my daughter start at dunston She's just left the house. She's now nearly says he and she's got her own kid who i'm sure he's already listening to music. He's eight weeks also show going soon So it's a generational thing really you either get. It was such a good good thing to get into. And i think really being sort of own obsessed with ireland since it was a teenager eighty music history literature going to the place of gotten out through the eyes center. Many great people see many great musical under the types of entertainment. And it's been a real privilege to be involved in a place. Sometimes i was your first memory of it actually. My first memory is a downside. I went to one dancing lesson. There was a lady called maureen bolger on the school system. I think it was already dancing. Will expose along and she made me go into the line to learn a step and got sold off appointing. I left instead of my right foot. And i ran back to me. Mom probably in tears and never went moscow. Vivid memory And i i still can't dance. Say me life. And i can't even want to three. Let's play a bit up. Join many sessions and that sort of thing but contents vivid memory. You're not just at the center of of my early days of about six or seven so that would have been in the old centre circa nineteen seventy. It was great. It was a great place but this is a great place. You've got now is a great place. In a very different way in different location. I was still doing all the things that went on. The center really wanted to exceptions during some different things. so you know lifers evolved. It's changed not ended. The call replaces is walking in and seeing tommy welsh and speaking an having shots on a saturday more. Tell me both from whom. I learned a loss and who was really the man who founded the first artist center. What are your first memories and i. I didn't go to the old irish center. And i've always found to islands but i never went to the old irish center because my parents didn't i stumbled across it one day and a half the children with me and they all got involved face away. They looked at so amdo amuse can johnson. The boys play football in a and just reopen there than really matt loads of the families. And how did you get involved with the committee. And i think it's just from cleaning up the place tidy around and do stuff and volunteered for things and obviously the storm for the committee. Not that. I have to ask a upn with the ball. What for five years. Now yes outsource lesson. Three four years. Ago where i can have you shifts to become the baugh on the angeles. Sony was was the manager at the time. And then i was says the system for -able twelve to eighteen months and then he laughs about a year ago and then being jonah trying to keep things as long as possible and had you been a regular at the center before that sensor will me momentos mass in the old or santa on the only grandparents in great sunk. is used to go to amend we. Let me grounds outs deitz He was you can decide a sensor on his friends. Used to call me. Evans still to this day is friends. On friends of megrahi's goals That's why that's why. I really saw something that has gone on through the generations. Patrick was saying something that throw families who've been going since nineteen sixty four sixty five. There are people who are sort of like synonymous with the place as good friends of ours like coachella england. Who was on their first committee back in one thousand sixty five. He's still going. So there's plenty of people who are trivia originals and you see the families going back generations with the singing of the johnson the music people like Lachlan's the quinlan's best to go and they probably original members still think that it's a place where you can walk in fact home just on a one off basis and people tend to come by so there's people i see in the bar who don't know and then suddenly they find that they're going we can and cannot do at the irish community it just like being in the place you know as a very welcoming you know relaxed laid back place and there's always something going on even if it's not formal echo and on this usually people making their own entertainment so there are families that are like you know is like almost a dynasty. But there's also a lot of people who are we just finding the place and that's what we gotta do to make it. Sustainable gotta keep bringing in new people. You know

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Facebook's Future with Mari Smith

Perpetual Traffic by DigitalMarketer

08:51 min | 1 year ago

Facebook's Future with Mari Smith

"We're gonna be talking a little bit about facebook's future in some of the things that she seen going on there's a lot happening privacy's sort of a big thing right now which will touch upon but lives video groups all kinds of stuff. What's the biggest thing that you see right now. That's really changing. Facebook that marketers need to know and then maybe we can get into some of the specifics of those things that they need to know. Murray absolutely well you just mentioned privacy and it was just double checking the day and it was march of two thousand nineteen zuckerberg mark zuckerberg kind of like almost like out of the blue is a little unanticipated. He pandas mega manifesto his privacy manifest doom. And everybody's talking about always. The pivot to privacy am own kind of interpretations of why this came about. You know what's the longer term. Play here that sucker. Berg is up to in it was in essence of there was an aspect of it was in response to the potential antitrust is also just getting pushed into like Know all the regulation components of i think eventually the whole social media landscape. We'll get regulated. That's inevitable just like radio television newspapers. It's inevitable so that's coming at some point and this is Kind of anticipating that in. What's fascinating to watch okay. What is the pivot privacy. Meanwhile they're doubling down on focusing on the three main messaging products that what's out being the biggest one. And then messenger which is really the number one messenger gap into the us. What's up number outside the us. And though they compete with apple i messages is pretty popular around the world and then the third one is instagram dragged in so zuckerberg in that manifesto use this word interoperability numerous times. We're just talking off lying there. Baking together familiar with that. If you're headed by the way my dad was a professional. Baker starlight bake cakes cupcakes stuff. So here's basically baking together. These three main messaging apps are products in essence. So they can kind of like not be in big more difficult so he can stand up there in goal no but no all of our users and our businesses our business. You know advertisers and customers. They have to be able to have these three products together and then but he's not saying out of course what they're seeing public facing which really we can all buy into. It's like hey yeah pun. Intended customer goes to instagram. He's looking year. She's looking at your shop owner. Gosh this item the go they buy it and then they're like but they tend to use what's out for two chatting or managing people and businesses. So they can their customer service. Follow up there asking questions. They can choose which inbox going to land in. What's up is direct or messenger. That's the aspect of interoperability. What's coming to is the ability to actually make those purchases inside any of those three inboxes in get the kind of the follow up. And then you've got that whole aspect of the chat baugh automation continues to be developed. So yes that would be. The main one is really. We were also talking about ecommerce. You know ralph. I know that area you focus on your agency and its ecommerce mobile commerce. you know. it's taken a leaf out of the. The books are the apps of asia's doing predominantly china. There's huge huge apps that entire operating systems inside of one one app. Don't see each being the biggest one of them but i think marketers today really looking towards developing their twenty twenty one plan. If you are in remotely in the world of e-commerce you have something to sell. But my point is there's a distinction here between physical products because that's almost always what facebook instagram ten to differentiate. They bring it all these features and it's shutting up shop earlier this year. The they just call it facebook shop. But it's now kind of streamline so if you have facebook shop it also is sitting right there on instagram and you can integrate with their partners right like shop of finding one of the main ones and so but were they've come right out and said is hey we recognize there are service based businesses and there are digital product based businesses and they're quote unquote working on solutions for all types of businesses. So i'm excited about that. Those those of us do digital product services. Yeah and you kinda started answering the question. That i had mario in terms of you know based on facebook trying to start baking all of these programs together. Have you seen that kind of come together with the programs that they've started in twenty twenty four businesses that are needing help during the pandemic and businesses. Maybe that are not so product centric and maybe more service centric like would have you seen happening with those kind of being a pulled together through the programs that they've started this year. We'll some of the real easy ones that they slipped in earlier in the year was like adding sticker onto instagram stories. Were you could users could recommend their favorite shops. Our local stores stick her in tag. The instagram account. That's made it made a difference to small business. I would hope so also like really trending hashtags hashtag support small business. They also june july of this year really emphasized. Hash is on facebook now. It's a whole other topic. I wrote a blog post about it. Hashtag of thing on facebook since two thousand thirteen so after seven years like okay. Now it'd be a good time to make them relevant on facebook. So i'm recommending to all my clients and students not in audience members is to go ahead and include hashtag support small business singular and plural on practically every post. You do so just adds a real easy simple one but about your question about the baking together. What happened just a couple of months ago. Is that the initial component of that interoperability. Kim with messenger integrate thing with instagram direct. To the point that they changed the dang logo now his do my head and because there's like every logo is all the same kind. I don't know what's happening anywhere. Google did the same thing right. Real visit dead called click up. It's like the same colors. And then i'm like a messenger instagram. Say all these seem like rainbow colors confused a lot of people and so now okay. Now we're not just doing that. light blue on messenger. Instagram and messenger so lots of changes all at once. It definitely does seem like the focus or the push for new products in the last three years on. Facebook has been more geared towards ecommerce dynamic product as and obviously facebook shop. And now you've got this interoperability with shop. It's really interesting. Because the digital the info people service people like. Well wait a second i mean. Obviously small business storefronts. That's always been sort of a mainstay stan. Or you're really involved with a lot of the small business. push that they did for marketing. But it's interesting to hear that digital like these other businesses which we all know and love. Obviously that's like that's how they make their living is going to be a more of a push in the coming years. Which is which is really good news. I think for a lotta listeners. Well it's true because you know we've all been selling online for you know a decade two decades and so wonderful able to have all of these users on their mobile devices and by the way of course. Instagram is one hundred percent mobile. they have the desktop version. But everybody's mobile and then facebook. It's roughly about eighty percent. Eighty five percent that predominantly access facebook on their mobile devices. So the easier. You can make it for the customer whether bbc to just tap tap. Tap bob okay. You know whether impulse purchases or really more thoughtful ones or just even getting into your funnel. Obviously those are. Those are really great in jackson. Re targeting you mention dynamic ads ralph and so you know i think you know some companies are just really good at sitting in your car like amazon. And they're like oh you might like these other twenty. Things would work exceedingly well. I mean it's one of the greatest tools especially for ecommerce

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Cyberpunk 2077 is finally dropping

W-Key Podcast

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Cyberpunk 2077 is finally dropping

"K- no one else's on happened this week. The punk of the cyber variety man. We're going to twenty seventy seven signing. His finally happening out early. This year is finally coming out so the tenth. Today's comes on the tenth. I've heard there's already a forty-three gig launch patch for it. Yeah so i mean. It's it has good reviews. It people are loving it but at the same time there seems to be a diesel bugs and yeah some people have even described bugs as game ending game breaking bugs which out that means it. Just kind of fox your save file or for just fox the entire game itself so it's gonna be really interesting to see because you have great. I mean the entire reason why. I kept getting pushed back because the the kept saying we want to be polish wants to be finished product. This and that bottom bottom baugh and now we're getting reports of game destroying bugs possibly It's just like dude. You pushed back so far. You give us this promise and i feel like you're failing on what you were saying you're doing and that is very like and that's very uncharacteristic of see project read as well Which you know. The game is massive The the the world is matt. it's. I've heard somewhere on the scale two times bigger than the. Gt five map and that maps pretty damn big so So that's a lot of game to code and a lot of game code to run correctly every single time. You know what i mean. So it's like. I can sort of understand it but at the same time. Yeah april like but far shouldn't have you know exactly to your point. What are these game breaking. You know fatal is a corrupt the whole install a reinstall the game it just lose all your data like what exactly or is it. Just you know for shut down the game right then and there like what are. What's the what are these entail. How severe are they. And these people are getting the review. They're getting to play the version. I think pre patch. I don't know if the patch gets deployed for them as well. This fix every issue that the has it is a launch day patch so is there holding it for launch. Because they're probably still working on some things out a map badgley You'd expect these bugs. But i feel like the entire reason it kept. Pushback is because they were just town us. 'cause they were fixing issues so to have such big issues like what were did. You miss him. Man what's going on here.

"baugh" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

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"baugh" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

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"baugh" Discussed on Planet Raconteur

Planet Raconteur

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"baugh" Discussed on Planet Raconteur

"Bed insured by NC way. Schrodinger's Outlaw by Matthew W ball the small gray man walked into been Murphy's office and stared at him with enormous black guys been had seen a lot during his fifteen years as Sheriff of Chavez County, but nothing like this naked spindly limbed huge headed Critter for that matter. He couldn't rightly say whether the thing was a man or not despite the lack of pants still has been knew the value of remaining calm and helpful. Whatever the situation can I help you the little man been decided. That was the simplest way to think about Critter blinked its eyes. Are you the sheriff the little man Smallmouth didn't move the pleasant baritone just seem to come from thin air been was impressed but worked against looking wage or looking around the room for the source of the voice along man has to be calm and controlled at all times or there won't be any respect for the law that had been been a CREDO for his time in office and he saw no reason to change that now I am he said My Name is Earl actual the Critter replied. I was in your jurisdiction and thought that we could help each other. What did you have in mind? I'm a bounty hunter or a lateral said can't say I care much for your profession. You were not alone in this dislike, but nevertheless. I have it here to the local laws and customs quite scrupulously. I hope that will ameliorate your attitude then frowned at the big words and wondered if we're lateral wage trying to make him look ignorant. That was something Del martinsen the town's only lawyer like to do and it earned been something fierce. Can I take it that you've bagged and Outlaw? He asked I have brought in the Wichita kid. The little man replied. I have used a box rather than a bag at that the door opened again and two more creatures integral to hurl actual at least as far as Ben could see walked in guiding a metal box that floated about six inches off the floor. The shiny black container was the size. Shape of an upended coffin and its surface seemed to be seamless the kids in there. He is. What kind of boxes that it is a quantum entanglement chamber door latch will replied. The Wichita kid is inside along with a radioactive source and a flask of poison. If the atom has undergone Decay then a special mechanism will have released the poison and the kid will be dead. If the atom has not decayed the poison will not have been released and the kid will be unharmed since the age of the atom is contingent on the influence of an observer the Wichita kid currently exists in the state of quantum uncertainty. Only when you open the chamber will the situation resolved itself into one outcome been opened his desk drawer took out a wad of tobacco and bit off a plug here off and walked around the Box chewing thoughtfully is this not the custom in your jurisdiction can't say I've ever seen anybody go to this much trouble before with the poster said he was Wanted Dead or Alive or lateral said I know of no other way I could have brought.

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Brandy Alexander

Dr Wilko's Campaign For Better Beverages

04:06 min | 2 years ago

Brandy Alexander

"Good evening and welcome to the Baugh. Last week we discussed brandy. So this week. I'll be making you an unforgettable. Brandy Alexander. Take a cocktail Shaker. And fill it with ICE. then. Add a single measure of Cognac to the Shaker. Then at a single measure. Of Ground Creme de Cacao. You kind of course achieve the same flavor with white. down. But it won't quite make the same color tail in the end. Then add a single measure of. Cream for a few days. It will pull slowly which I'm afraid to make spur. Bad Audio. Yes the sound of silence. Celia Shaker and shake well. Strain into a cocktail glass. Movement or two for the Froth to settle. Before garnishing with freshly grated nutmeg. Breathing delightful rumor. and. There's reason this is often served as a deserved Cocteau, rich and creamy, sweet and flavorful. This drink works wonderfully as an after dinner drink because it sweet enough to replace desert. You can make it even sweeter by topping it with whipped cream. Drizzling Chocolate Syrup over the tone. Alternatively drizzle the Syrup in the glass before pouring the drink as you do. Chocolate Roseberry MARTINIS. And finish with whipped cream. The original Alexander was Jim based. Mixing Gin sweet cream white crimped account. It's rarely seen these days and I would posit this because Jenin Crema. An interesting mix. Well at least that's my opinion on the matter. There are more than a few rumors about how this creamy concoction came to be. There have been many famous Alexander's throughout history and many of them have had their story tied to this particular cocktail drama. Critic and Thou Gone Quinn Roundtable member Alexander. woolcott claimed the Tubas named after him. Other sources say it was named after the Russian saw Alexander the Second. Of Popular Arjun Story of the drink was named after Troy Alexander? A bartender directors in New York City restaurant. Who created the drink in order to send them white strict? Celebrating, phoebe snow. Character and of Popular Advertising Campaign in the Early Twentieth Century. During prohibition, drinkers struggled to hit over the Jin began to swap it for other spirits. And Cognac was the one that stuck. As I said before I feel this is the better choice. Variations on the Alexander besides Jim Brandon committees and coffee LIQUEUR INSTEAD Which makes for a delightful afternoon drink the tastes like a festive liqueur coffee. Swap some of the Kalou of vodka and you get at Exhau- integrate.

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Dr Fauci believes Americans must follow some basic Covid-19 guidelines

John Rothmann

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Dr Fauci believes Americans must follow some basic Covid-19 guidelines

"The Corona virus covered 19 relief man. Cates, the nation's top infectious disease expert, believes Americans was follow some basic guidelines. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the steps are simple with things that we can do right now. In the absence of a vaccine that can turn us around the fundamental things of avoiding crowds. Physical separation universal wearing of masks, closing the Baugh's hand hygiene. Those things matter, and they can make a difference.

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SIXTEEN most dramatic Wimbledon moments from the last decade countdown

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

05:05 min | 2 years ago

SIXTEEN most dramatic Wimbledon moments from the last decade countdown

"Hello everybody. Welcome back to another episode of the passing shot. This weekend would have marked of course women finals weekend, so what better time to reminisce and think about some of the most dramatic moments from the championships over the last decade came I've got my I've got my strawberries and cream of got my joker. Pim's and yeah, you looking. We're GONNA. Do Little little countdown yet. We are got some Robinson's to go with my with Alpo cost today because I can't find the payments to the back of my cupboard somewhere. But yeah, we've decided that actually. We normally debate moments boat. Many movements from Wimbledon over the past decade that we were kind of looking back through them. We all just H is just know enough say we're kind of doing this in teapot Sixteen. Tell you to, but we're just GONNA cut you the first eight day on and see how. So many to kind of two three. I'm also mentioned as well I. May my all whites as well summer, and getting into kind of like getting into the the women, the Wimbledon Spirit and Yes listeners, thanks for facts again in touch this. We put out to ask you. What are some of your dramatic moments from the uniform cade and we really appreciate you getting in touch. Who knows maybe you'll maidment will appear on the list, but yes, we will, of course say caveats. This is our list. This is purely our opinion. We think it's a pretty good list. There are some moments that you will be familiar with, but we think there are some vitamins I feel that have been you know maybe not. You might not be as familiar with, but yeah, let's get. Let's get into it starting a number sixteen in our countdown, and it's one I guess you know for British fans is a very a memorable I will say a fairytale story where we him back to Twenty-six. On its Marcus Willis and His run from you free. Pre would qualify to qualify to the main draw. To play Roger Federer. Is this more of a Fairytale Jolan Peter Cold winning Wimbledon in the film that we discussed on our lots podcast. Possibly say yeah. I feel like made some of our listeners from like ABC's might not even know of this story. They might even have never heard of Marcus Willis. British fans probably happen until two thousand sixteen. And Yeah. He came through the qualifying say. He was ranked down at like seven, hundred and seventy two in the world. Qualified One always marched and qualifying obviously. And then came up against recalled this baron case of I. Think he's Lithuanian in the first round, beat him. which she data alone is kind of pre. Wow, considering his ranking and the disparity between between the t pies and then. Who Does he then face in the second round, nee wombat reporter federal himself say oversee. That was going to be prime on sensical. And I guess teacups, isn't it? It's kind of like Oh. Marcus got through the second round. So annoying. He's paying federal. He could have a had charges against someone else, but on the other side is the actually if he's going to get through to the second round for like probably the only time in his career, he might as well Gad parents on Sundays go play unites the greatest champion. Wounds ever seen. Yeah. I, be the. The second camp I think if I'M GONNA. Go Out I. Want to go out in style and you know what better way to to go out. To have to have? Time, one of the greatest cross players of all time across across from you of from the net I think the story for me remarkable because the the the ingrained image I have in my head of Marcus Willis is. Is actually before this it wasn't. It's not baby. It was he was on like. He was like on a challenge tour event, and he had like a can of coke and a malls Baugh. One of his matches and Clemente to is like I think the commentator coming here. It was basically called him Kaufman for from South Park. and was like is this. Is this guy for real? Is The guy really heavy like? A cat of kind of self drake. Y-, you know tennis by the challenge, Tour and It just shows think it shows you the just the. It was just crazy the way he went from this sort of you know position where he wasn't really kind of know. Yes, he was talented, but I think he was really applying himself. It shows you I think it's a story that shows you that. If you do apply yourself, incredible things can happen and. You know, he went from literally like. Fee, Butts Four coaching is. Club. Thirty pounds of our lessons. To Yes said. Roger Federer, thank you very

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Appeals court orders judge to dismiss Michael Flynn case

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Appeals court orders judge to dismiss Michael Flynn case

"Divided Federal Appeals Court on. Wednesday ordered the dismissal of the criminal case against Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn turning back efforts by a judge to scrutinize the Justice Department's extraordinarily decision to drop the prosecution. The US Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia said in a two one ruling that the Justice Department's move to abandon the case against. Flynn's settles the matter, even though Flynn pleaded guilty as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation to lying to the FBI. The ruling a significant win for both Flynn, and the Justice Department appears to cut short. What could have been a protracted legal fight over the basis for the government's dismissal of the case? It came as Democrats questioned whether the Justice Department has become too politicized and attorney general, William Bar, too quick to side with the president. The. House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on. Wednesday Senate on another unusual move by Baugh to overrule his own prosecutors An-. Ask for less prison time for another trump associates roger stone US District Judge Emmet Sullivan had declined to immediately dismissed the case seeking instead to evaluate on his own the department's request, he appointed a retired federal judge to argue against the Justice Department's position and to consider whether Flynn could be held in criminal contempt for perjury, he says. I July sixteen hearing to formerly here the request to dismiss the case. Michael Flynn was the only White House official charged in Robert Mueller's investigation into ties between the trump campaign and Russia.

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Justice department to drop Michael Flynns Russia case

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:36 min | 2 years ago

Justice department to drop Michael Flynns Russia case

"Justice Department on Thursday said it is dropping the criminal case against Donald Trump's first national security adviser Michael Flynn abandoning prosecution. The became a rallying cry for the president and his supporters in attacking the FBI's trump Russia investigation. The action was a stunning reversal for one of the signature cases. Brought by Special Counsel Robert. Mueller. It comes even though prosecutors for the past three years of maintains that Flynn lied to the FBI in January twenty seventeen interview about his conversations with the Russian ambassador. Flynn himself admitted as much pleading guilty before asking to withdraw the plea and became a key. Cooperate Mullah as the special counsel investigating ties between Russia and the two thousand sixteen trump campaign. Thursday's action was swiftly embraced by trump who has relentlessly tweeted about the outrageous case and last week pronounced. Flynn exonerated the US. Attorney reviewing the Flynn case. Jeff Jensen formally recommended dropping it to borrow last week. The course of action vehemently and publicly recommended by trump. Who appointed to head. The Justice Department Baugh has increasingly challenged the Russia investigation saying in a television interview last month. That it was started without any basis so far Robert. Mueller's team has charged eight Americans once affiliated with trump's campaign or administration thirteen Russian nationals twelve Russian intelligence officers three Russian companies and two

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Washington, D.C. -  After Months Of Speculation, Chase Young Is Coming Home

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

04:48 min | 2 years ago

Washington, D.C. - After Months Of Speculation, Chase Young Is Coming Home

"Yeah this is pretty exceptional moment the Redskins wealth truly by virtue of the losing season last year end up with a great pick in the draft and they picked chase young tells about chase young he's a local boy and that his defense or not yeah and I could not find one expert analysts that didn't think he was the best player in the draft didn't think that he is basically a hall of fame potential I mean it's all there for the young man so if you think about the Redskins and some of the topics in their history of the draft they could have just landed maybe the biggest fish of them all and he's right he's right here with just a math that he played at Alabama he is bully exactly right I'm sorry my favorite FDA he was going to happen but the funny thing they could do hello at you last year and and we were laughing because we're like and they can go if you have the again this year but when you change young was going to be an absolute no brainer taking him at number two there had been some teams that were aggressive to try to move up to get them and the Redskins you said no dance night and the coach Ron Rivera they were all in on young and then they did it was a drama free night for the rest yeah and they landed the guy they wanted with the guy they really needed it wasn't position I need the defense while you know they had trouble rushing the quarterback last year they basically well I have a pretty talented defensive line already they had more needs on an offense but they get the pass rusher that everybody wanted to take very exciting you can tell I was up late eating out the very first round when I when I replace Alabama for you know if you feel fine I would actually have an event that was happening live and in reality you know like a reality show type event again in sports that we can keep it wait for you know you mentioned you mentioned that he's going to fill a role where they didn't really have that big of a need for how does that affect with how he how he meshes with the rest of the team and how they see him especially the other guys on the defensive line like wait a minute why do we need this guy yeah we're doing okay yeah you know what though Matt I noticed he had he was a late like fifth round draft pick he led the team exactly in half getting the quarterback is basically for the defense you know just tell new number one and they didn't do it they were tenth in the league in fact they didn't do it at the rate they wanted to last year so he immediately will make them better if he stays healthy of course and on the defensive guys they were all tweeting just they're just absolutely last night the reaction has just been you know this is unbelievable welcome home brother you know he actually is like ten miles from fed ex field and fifty miles from aspen where he grew up in upper Marlboro so if elected is that kind of a really cool story for change on to be with the Burgundy and gold and he said it would be on he told ahead of time he was he didn't want to like take it for granted because it even though every mock draft has the right to take young young said it would be honored to play for the Burgundy and call yeah I saw pictures of his father apparently came out even before the Redskins it announced it publicly we told the crowd gathered outside the house last night these go with the Redskins which is awesome so Carol that you talk about like you know powering up a defense that was already headed in the direction of strength the history of the NFL including in recent history the sometimes defensively dominant teams become overwhelmingly dominant teams even if the offense isn't performing at the same pace now you mean the world about the ramen you know when they can win with Trent Dilfer even when I was a great defense yeah so I think you know came in and he always did it for him the draft is always clear focus not need focused so he want to get somebody he thinks of the first pick a first round pick for any team should have hall of fame potential sure and I believe you know it's funny because you're looking at the history of great contrast maybe Sammy Baugh and Gerald green at the top right of the people they packed both picked in the first round not as high as chief Sammy Baugh you know with a six pack and does your green but the twenty eighth pick the bottom first rounders you get a chance young at number two who Unisys is putting a lot of pressure and expectations are young man but who by all accounts and all scattered reports could be an absolute team changer and that's what Rivera said he's like it just makes our defense better it makes our team better and to have that kind of excitement I'll get a lot of people around here who may be gave up on the right hand side three and thirteen last year maybe drinking the Kool

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Johann Sebastian Bach 2: The Sons of Johann Sebastian Bach

Classics for Kids

05:32 min | 2 years ago

Johann Sebastian Bach 2: The Sons of Johann Sebastian Bach

"Johann. Sebastian Bach was the greatest member of a musical dynasty beginning in sixteenth century Germany. Three Hundred Years. Worth of box held jobs as town. Musicians organist and choir directors Johann Sebastian's. Father was a musician. His grandfather was a musician and his great grandfather was a musician. All the male members of the family were trained by their fathers uncles and older brothers to carry on the tradition. That's by no handsome. Asean box Uncle Johann Michio or John. Michael Bah his daughter. Maria Barbara Married Johann Sebastian. Who was her second cousin? I guess that made her Maria. Barbara Bach. Pa IN GERMAN WORD MEANS STREAM BUT JOHANN. Sebastian produced a whole ocean of box. He and Maria Barbara had seven kids when Maria Barbara Died Balk married. A singer named Anna Magdalena and had thirteen more children twenty in all J S. That's short for Johann. Sebastian Bach expected his sons to follow in his footsteps and several of them became well known composers. Box oldest son bill him. Freedom on or W. F. Baugh worked mostly as an organist. He never quite lived up to everybody's great expectations even though he wrote some Nice music the fifth child the third son of J S Baugh was Carl Philipp Emanuel Norse EP. Aw He was very successful. Cpi box spent years working for the flute. Playing King of Prussia. Frederick Great Frederick. The great never went anywhere without his flute. Not even into battle so. Cpa Bach wrote a lot of music both CPI and W. F. were sons of J s Bach's first wife Maria Barbara Anna Magdalena Baw. Second wife was the mother of his youngest son. Johann Christian J C Bach was the most radical member of the clan for starters. He left Germany and went to study and work in Italy in order to get a job at the cathedral in Milan Italy. This Bach did something. Nobody had done before he changed. Religion converting from Lutheran Catholic and J C Bach. Did something else. His father had never done. He wrote operas after Italy. He moved to one of the hottest cities in Europe for Italian opera and became known as the London Bach. That's right people in London. England were crazy about Italian opera even or especially if it was written by Germans. There's a man named Peter Shakily who claims to know about yet another box son P Q. According to Peter Shakily until he discovered P Q. No one wanted to admit that he existed. Peterson says that's because PD Q. Box Stole Music from other composers and came up with things so outrageous that they make people laugh because it makes people laugh. Peter Shakily keeps right on composing. I mean discovering music Cuba that's from PD Q. Bach piece called Kanaya in Brooklyn. That's written for Double Reeds. When a COMPOSER SAYS MUSIC IS FOR DOUBLE REEDS? He means oboe. Zampa Soons instruments that have double reeds sticking out of the top of them. Blowing into the reads is what makes the instruments sound but PD. Cuba wrote for double reeds without Hobos and bassoon. Attached the words pretty funny to watch it to us to be home you know moves run grounding knows

Browns' Garrett reiterates Rudolph used racial slur

The Dan Patrick Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Browns' Garrett reiterates Rudolph used racial slur

"The clip of Mina kimes interview with myles. Garrett Cleveland Browns Defensive Lineman. He reiterates the racial slur claim against Mason Rudolph. Here so he says that during that melee back in November that Mason. Rudolph used a racial slur and here is a portion of that interview with me crimes and Myles Garrett I mean come off the edge. Ten letters less than fifteen seconds. I remember that I didn't WanNa be on the field but now since I was already out there and they were throwing the ball sales going to play so he started the Baugh. He's he's wanting to throw. I'm going to hit him in the strike zone. I'm not trying to do anything illegal. I go to take him down. He says some worry that we're going down. What did he say to you? I mean he called me the n Word Kami stupid and we're I don't like I don't say the N. word whether it's a PR to me personally. Just shouldn't be Sir all right. Got One other clip here with meantime asking Myles Garrett and myles Garrett said that he's not using this as a crutch for why he acted the way he did against Mason Rudolph. That didn't want to use it as justification for my actions because there's nothing to justify like there's there's nothing I can say or do just what I did on that day. I'm not saying there's to justify than I didn't do anything wrong and I know what I know what happened. I know what I heard. People say things no when they're heated on their full of emotion and leave it on the field. He said it but that was three months ago. Four months ago now I leave behind

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King Midas and the Satyr's Song

Stories Podcast

09:51 min | 2 years ago

King Midas and the Satyr's Song

"King Midas and the Sater's song. Once upon a time in ancient Greece King Midas was bored. You'll may remember King Midas as the man who wished for a golden touch and soon found himself cursed by golden food. He couldn't eat and golden wine. He couldn't drink. You'd think that would have taught him his lesson for good but MIDAS was forever a misguided man misguided and full of agreed so strong he would have stolen the sun from the sky if he thought he could fit it into his his purse without burning his fingers. Baugh there's nothing to do old Midas blustered walking about his throne room. I'm taking a walk. Walk through the Royal Woods. See that no one bothers me. He took off his robe in stocked out the door near his palace. The wilds of Greece were open into him and wild were. This was still the time of Gods and monsters. Were you were as likely to run into a center as you were a horse and any any random apple may contain curse or blessing. So it wasn't much of a surprise when Midas soon came across a seder playing his pipes sater's were rogues but of mostly pleasant kind. They would play their tricks especially on those who didn't respect nature but usually we're content to enjoy themselves selves in the woods from the waist down they looked like goats standing on two legs and from the waist up they looked like men except for the great curving horns warns that adorned their heads. This particular Seder played his pipes. Beautifully spinning a lively rustic tune that soon had MIDAS tapping his does say. Did you enjoy the Song King Midas the Sader said when he had finished minus was surprised that he was recognized for a moment moment but then he realized this later was none other than pan himself God of the wilds and Lord of all sater's finally played aide Pan MIDAS said. What do you call it? Not One is called a lower for MIDAS. The Sader said. I wrote it for you do as I I need help. Man King Midas puffed himself up a bit that pants should need help from him made him feel royal and Regal indeed indeed. Of course my good man Herb Seder or pan he said. What can I do for you? Well L. I've made a wager with Apollo. He said we're supposed to have a musical competition this very afternoon. You Bet your pipes against Apollo the god of Music King Midas said shaking his head. I think you play beautifully but Apollo is music. It comes from him rolls off him like heat from an oven. I don't see how you could win at this pan laughed. Roguishly Shot MIDAS a wink. We'll see it's my job to bring a judge to the competition. He said you come as the judge in declare me the winner. Well this sounds all well and good for you said MIDAS leaning on an old olive tree but why should I do that. We both know Apollo is sure to sound best true true who said Pan but if you declare me the winner I'll split the prize with you. Apollo has wagered a Golden Lyre and a golden draw against my pipes and a bounty of fruit and herbs. Call me the winner and and the Golden Lyre is yours. My Good King Midas now any half clever man would have learned their lesson when they turned their own kid to gold and nearly nearly starved to death trying to eat golden food. But as we know King Midas was not half clever he was maybe a quarter clever on a good day but even that was pushing it so when he thought of Apollo's Golden Lyre all heavy bodied with finely woven strings like rays of Sun. His mouth began to water. His palms began to each his hair began to sway and tickle like grass in the breeze. His brain began to sing into him a simple chance. That went gold Gold Gold Gold Gold Gold Gold Gold I think MIDAS said licking his lips tips that we have a deal. Perfect said Pan slapping the king on the back. I'm supposed to meet Apollo at the river nearby. You're by come now. Let's go win a contest together. They made their way through the woods. It was a gorgeous day with the birds birds singing and the critters of all kinds leaping and rustling about the trees when they came to the river it was even more lovely than before. Because they're air sat apollo he was a tall and golden figure holding the U shaped harp called the Liar sitting on a rock by the river near him. The birds seemed to sing sweeter. The river babbled beautifully and all the myriad harmonies of the natural world seem to come together in a single. Google heartwarming song then King Midas. He called setting down his lawyer and clapping his hands. Even the clap seemed to be a song in itself. I'm glad you've decided to come. Pan I see you have your pipes and Midas you must be here to judge King Midas. It's not a degrading and took a seat on an old log. Your exactly right sir. I wouldn't miss the chance to hear to gods such as yourselves make music. I'm I'm sure it'll be quite the show. So should we take this contest off said pan knocking his pipes free of for against his thigh. Why we got our instruments we gotTA judge? Oh about that said Apollo. I think more judges are better than just one. Wouldn't you say well said Pan looking about nervously. I suppose one could say that good. Well I invited a couple of our friends to be impartial. Judges he said shooting a sly. Look at King Midas come onto the Mola's come now. Texas King Midas gaped as the two judges emerged from the wilds quite literally to Mola's was the spirit of the mountain itself and Ted. This was the grandmother of the fresh rivers that gave Greece life now pan immediately saw that he had been outsmarted. He was the god of nature so the mountain and the rivers were his domain. He couldn't accuse them of being biased against him. If anything they would look on him more favorably than other judges. Hello to Mola's allowed at this. He said it's lovely to see you on this shah. This fine day Tethong said her voice a watery whisper. We look forward to hearing your music. Yes boomed into Mola's with all the might of the mountains play for Rosh pay on what I hear. Your Song Pan nodded and leapt nimbly upon Hannah flat rock by the river using it as a sort of stage. He put his wooden pipes to his lips and began to blow a melody. It was simple a song of the wood and the trees. It's melody was that of a hiker speed and it's notes soared like an early spring breeze by anyone's judgment. It was a beautiful song. And when he finished and laid down his pipes king midas tumultuous tempests and even Apollo had tears standing in. There is beautiful. Wonderful cried King Midas his. His heart soared pan. Could win and it wouldn't even be cheating. The Seder played that beautifully MIDAS turned and looked at Apollo Paulo eyeing his heavy Golden Lyre. The arms were solid and shining the strings like he imagined finely woven rays of sunshine. And soon soon it would be his wonderful tune said tests but we must hear Apollo play. Yes rumbled to Mola's the nature. God has proven his worth. And now it's time for the Golden God to show us. I saw song. Apollo smiled and stood towering over pan and King Midas. He stepped up onto the flat rock. Stage each and then sat cross-legged cradling close his lyre. Here is a simple song for you. He said brushing the golden strings rings and sending out a ripple of music like the warmth of a perfect summer day I hope you like friends When the song was finished they didn't have tears in there is no? They were weeping openly any pan and king midas included. The song had touched them deeply. It was more than natural. It was supernatural. It was more than music. It was a great therman Cord that stretched from the Heavens to Earth and echoed deeply through their souls

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"baugh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"baugh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Here and do looking should Baugh's who runs in the politics dot org broke down a bunch of numbers yeah I think about this way will last January the entire month there were ten homicides all January long just for the month there were ten homicides we are twelve days through we are in day number thirteen there's already been ten it's awful so if you break it down here with the latest round of numbers that we received and what our pal Abdul posted in the politics dot org looking back at two thousand and nineteen eighty two percent of the victims of homicides had criminal histories and that also accounted for six hundred and seventeen adult felony arrests end with a little help from our pals at the F. O. P. they like to remind us that we have three people shot this past weekend including one downtown one person was killed yesterday which means in the last sixty five days one hundred and seventy eight people shot or stabbed thirty eight killed that is in just sixty five days nine it is a place where we live work every day hello good instead of like I don't ever want to bring the kids down imagine living in a heavy date having to grow up in a neighborhood where that that risk is that you know you're looking over your shoulder every day one in office three bowls gonna come into your house and I hate this so much because I love this place born here raised here this is been my home my family's here here and I have a lot of pride in what we do in the city like I'm one of these people when we put on an event I hope we do it better than anybody else I still believe that Indianapolis hosted the best Superbowl of all time I just I have that civic pride when we do the Indy five hundred I want to be the biggest largest one day sporting event in the world I get into that kind of stuff but this is the kind of stuff that is going to hurt a lot of civic pride look look a little closer to some of these numbers here seventy eight percent and again this is the two thousand nineteen in the criminal homicide stats that we received as of this past weekend our pal Abdul that a lot of number crunching seventy eight percent of the suspects had criminal histories and accounted for two hundred and forty three felony arrests seventy eight percent of the suspects had criminal histories and this goes into a conversation that we've been having publicly here with everybody listening and with law enforcement it's a revolving door of these people that get busted for something and get right back through the violent crimes you get you get being for a violent you know assault or some you're right back out of the street this is an interesting number to me sixty six percent of the murders in Indianapolis based off of two thousand nineteen occur on the city's north northeast or northwest side see because I would just immediately without thinking said the site near he sighed that's where all the violence takes place that's got to be the number one spot Linus Rick Snyder when he was in here last week I said we do know what the could you narrow it down to a street or intersection or side of town where a lot of these crimes are occurring music all four corners of the city all four corners now at this point and I guess if you want to get into like a semantics here what's your definition of the north east side or the north side lot of people's east side might be ones northeast side I don't know but I thought that was really interesting north west side north east north sixty six percent of the murders in Indianapolis on those sides of town seventy five percent of the murders involved a black victim even though if you will get the black population in Indianapolis it's only thirty percent so blacks are thirty percent of the population yet seventy five percent of the murders involved a black victims awful and again this is from Indy politics dot org our pal Abdul did an amazing job of breaking this down this is one of the more cringe worthy numbers knowledge fifteen of the homicide victims and five of the suspects were under the age of eighteen well I and I look at that I thought that I thought it would have been more we were here a lot about juveniles in the way they solve their problems on social media these days not with their fists but when I I would like to see the percentage of shootings at that do you know what we'll talk about that because of what's going on to the victims are to the victim and the suspect know each other I would like to see the percentage of these shootings that happened because yeah guys just look at me funny right the guy was walking down the street and bumped into me and I turned around and looked at him and when I was ready to go disrespect add to add happens I'd especially on social media do every bar in a college town has that happened seemingly on a nightly basis not a shooting okay one altercation like every bar fight I've seen has been a result of somebody getting bumped into road rage right I'll give you a perfect example Saturday I was pulling out of a strip mall in the main intersection the light was red who's a whole line of cars that is so I was trying to get out on the main road you know so hopefully somebody let me in and so the light turned green and people start go in and I'm trying to enjoy my work out there to get it I thought this guy's gonna let me go and kind of engine torque he blows right by me gives me the bird flat he just he won't let me in and not only was I not able to induce but I'm giving you the finger yeah you know you do that says that we get that pissed me off and I was only cat really that made my blood boil kind I do anything of course and the reasons but that's doing that to somebody that has some anger management issues that has a gun in the glove box right well I want to see the percentage of those those types of shooting some more percentages here seventy three percent of the cases the homicide cases in Indianapolis last year the relationship between the victim and the suspect was on known exactly see that's a big number seventy three percent the victim and the suspect did not know each other so you could take this a couple different ways you could take this as innocent people are being targeted people who had nothing to do with this person or maybe one drug dealer didn't know another drug dealer and they count that as the they were drawn bad they don't know each other or another part of that is nobody talks right nobody in the annals snitches get stitches I believe is the is the phrase right right some of you kind of brought up a second ago how many of these killings are motivated by just incidental contact or some sort of rage does give me a stinker right twenty five of the murders last year in Indianapolis were known to be motivated by a fight or domestic dispute only twenty five starting with the fight which tells me a lot of these murders were planned out it wasn't some sort of spur of the moment where bad blood spills over from a bar from a strip club from a party or something it goes out on the street one thing leads to another this is just premeditated stuff seventy eight percent of deaths were caused by gun shots and nearly thirty percent of the city's murders in two thousand nineteen occurred after September he so October November and December when the temperatures start to turn now this was in our coldest October November and December we've ever had but still that's a bizarre number to me I thought the crime rose like in the dead of summer I thought that's when the numbers were at their peak right and that's not the case according to these numbers that have dual broke down and if you look at the days of the week for the most murders took place in two thousand nineteen you would think probably Friday Saturday you know that's where people around their drink and they're running around with friends and what not Mondays and Tuesdays with today's murders were most likely to happen based off the numbers from any policy one more reason to hate Mondays exactly right all man so we're not off to a good start not at all at all ten homicides in the first twelve days of twenty twenty which brings Indianapolis to one hundred and thirty shot forty eight stab thirty eight killed in just the last sixty five days along unbelievable Matt bears in the W. IBC traffic.

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The Nine Sticks feat. Nikesh Patel and Maulik Pancholy

Circle Round

05:45 min | 2 years ago

The Nine Sticks feat. Nikesh Patel and Maulik Pancholy

"I'm Rebecca Sheer and welcome to circle round or storytime happens all the time today. Our story is called then nine sticks versions of this tale companies. I'm from the South Asian country of India where it's one of many legends featuring beer ball a wise adviser to an emperor long ago Some really great people came together to bring you our adaptation of this Folk Tale including Kesh Patel and mullick potentially grownups ups you might recognize Nikisch Patel from four weddings and a funeral on Hulu. And you know Molly controlling from thirty rock on NBC and Vincent for on the Disney Channel. He's also the author of the new young adult novel. The best added a circle around everyone for the nine sticks. So as the highest ruler in the land the emperor resided in a spacious Chris Stone Palace with throngs of obedient servants and so many riches and treasures. It would take all one thousand of his elephants elephants to carry them the emperor's most precious riches and treasures or his jewels glittering gold crowns sparkling Ling silver anklets radiant ruby earrings. The glistening gems were so dear to the emperor that he kept them locked away in a cavernous vault hidden beneath the palace. Only ten people had a key to that vault the emperor himself plus nine attendants who had a very very special job. Every time the emperor wished to wear a piece of jewelry be it a glimmering necklace. I want my emerald doc pendant the one shaped like a peacock or a shimmering bracelet. How about those polling crusted bangles? They looked glorious with this new robe he would call one of his nine attendants to go and fetch it to get to the vault. The attendant had to push through a secret hole in the wall. Then they had to run down a hidden set of stairs and unlock a heavy steel door. Once they entered the vault they would seek out which ever jewel the emperor desired. Bring it back to the great rulers chamber. Then help him put it on as he admired himself in the mirror. My mind marvelous marvelous absolutely marvelous. One day the emperor decided he would wear a thick gold ring. Set with a dazzling diamond into the size of an apricot. The ring had been passed down in his family from generation to generation and the emperor considered it to be his greatest best treasure so he asked one of his nine attendance to fetch the ring from the vault but when the attendant came back the great ruler was flabbergasted flabbergasted to hear that the ring wasn't there what my greatest treasure is missing. Can't be that sin for another attendant. Let let them try so a second attendant journey to the vault to look for the ring and like the first attendant claimed it was nowhere to be found come. That ring. Didn't just get up and walk away due to that. Volt is as thick as the trunk of abundant tree. But then a third attendant reported the ring was gone seriously as did a fourth. You must be joking and a fifth. What all the way down to ninth? By now while the emperor was so exasperated. He threw his trembling hands in the air. This is unacceptable. Obviously you're not searching hot enough. I'll go down there and bring back the ring myself. So the emperor grabbed his key marched down to the ball and spent hours sifting fifteen through his vast collection of jewels until at last he collapsed in a heap. Go It's true. My greatest treasure sir is gone. There's only one thing left to do. Cool via Baugh. Beerbaum was the emperor's favourite advisor the wise is and witty man was famous for his razor sharp intellect and was the first person the emperor called whenever he had a problem. He couldn't solve a question he couldn't dancer or a puzzle. He couldn't crack as the emperor told the beer ball his latest dilemma. The shrewd advisor listened carefully scratching scratching his Chin and nodding his head by the time the emperor finished his story. Beer balls. Brilliant mind was already hard at work. uh-huh very interesting. Kindly remind me Your Imperial Highness. Who in this palace holds a key to the vault of Jules? Well I do of course plus my nine jewelry attendance and all nine of them gave their word that the ring isn't there. I understand understand that Sir but just because they gave you their word doesn't mean you have to take it. The emperor cocked his head. What do you mean? While I'm afraid to say it your Imperial Majesty. The airball leaned forward. But your ring has been stolen stolen stolen. The emperor's jaw dropped open. It can't be I'm afraid. Can and one of your nine jewelry attendance is the culprit. But leave everything to me Sir and you will see your greatest

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How to Live a Regret-Free Life With Entrepreneur David Wood

Entrepreneur on FIRE

09:14 min | 2 years ago

How to Live a Regret-Free Life With Entrepreneur David Wood

"As mentioned in the intro fire nation wouldn't be talking about how to live a regret free life in Davis WanNA start right off by asking you this question do we actually tell the truth to each other not when it really matters I think and I love the way we started this this conversation because that we tend to want to present the shiny stuff to people we want people like us and we want to present the shiny stuff and there are things about each us that we don't really want to let out to the light and I think that's sad because it leads to disconnection and at least two US judging acids and then we don't tell the full truth and that's not wrong it just doesn't lead the connection that I think we're really want so I'm an advocate I'm an evangelist for firstly identifying the things about ourselves that we're not fully embracing or accepting a loving and then step by step sharing more that with the world so that it can it can come to the light of day and we can actually Lebie seen everything that we are and I'm talking about powerful CEO's and Roxas and everybody not just talking about people who feel some kind of struggle on talking about everybody let's tell more the truth because at the end of the tunnel is that deep connection I say we're all really craving now what's a tactic or a strategy that you may be shared with fire nation where we can maybe dip our toe into this process we can maybe take the first step in being more truthful with each other thank you I'm a practical guy so I love that question start to notice arena dialogue this the the mind is always going and if you can notice something that's going on you that you haven't shared with the person you're conversation away so it could be a boardroom it could be hey I notice the energy just just dipped it seems to me design anyone else feel that starts to name what's happening or hey I notice I'm not really on fire today I just want to let you guys know the I didn't sleep that well I'm here I'm ready to go but if you notice there's a drop in the energy that's what's going on stotts daughters what's happening that's not being named and just name it so you can be more in relation ship with whoever you're communicating by now I love that specific example you gave about how I'm just not feeling on fire today because obviously a it's super on brand for entrepreneurs on fire but be actual personal experience and pat where listen today is my Super Bowl David you are one of nine interviews I'm doing for entrepreneurs on fire today I am doing all of the money once interviews today and why do I do that because I know that I can wake up this morning get myself in state in be on fire all day today I but I couldn't wake up nine consecutive days in a row in insured that was GonNa Happen is I'm going to have a down day or day don't feel like super excited on fire or whatever however you want to say it's but I know I can do that for one day so I have a lot of people like John like you always have much energy you're always like so excited and I love just being honest with them and truthful and saying that's not the case like you're seeing a glimpse of my life you're seeing forty-five minutes or thirty minutes or an hour of my day and like yes I can be on fire for that but believe me after that I go out and lay in my hammock and is zone out or I read or I go for a walk right by myself and that honesty fire nation it will free you being true will free you now one thing that you say David do love is that small secrets our big problems what do you mean by that yeah well let's talk about the cost of not being truthful let's suppose you don it just name that you're not having an on die and the other person feels they walk away from that interaction John and that you know I didn't really enjoy that and maybe then tell someone else back that guy's just not really switched on you shouldn't do creighton alliance can have no Baugh yeah it can snowball so like I just had someone change a meeting coming with this nonprofit some training people in inmates in prison to be authentic and to tell the truth more and she just changed change the meeting and ah I was frustrated because we'd already had always back and forth creating the meeting now if I didn't name that I like how often were we just gloss over that the Dow damage changing around this pressing me also often what I decided to do was name it because maybe next week she'll change a meeting again thinking it's not him but he's may frustrating so I created a little video and I said to her look I want you know you've got a good reason changing it understand I just want you to know there's a cost for me to doing it I want you to know the impact so now I got to be self expressed with her I feel more related with her perhaps she can feel more related with me if she's got some she doesn't WanNa hit hit that or she's got frustration with going on in her life she can now share it with me and then we can be more connected and more related if you don't do it those small secrets those small things the slow frustrations can grow and grow and grow and I just think at the end of the day if we're not we're missing out on the connection and we're missing out on results I am not just the touchy feely Guy Right I am that I am the touch you know like get in touch with our emotions but there's a reason for it I want you to feel more connected and I want you to have better results I want you all to be great leaders and that happens when you a more connected more related fire nation was holding you back from living your truth answer you are holding yourself back from living your truth you have the power to be honest to not have secrets to big problems so stop hold on yourself back from living your truth I'll be honest people tell me all the time like John you kind of blunt like you say it like it is and I love when people say that because like damn right I say like it is because I'm GonNa be honest with you and if that for whatever reason repels you or pushes you away or whatever that might be guess what we probably shouldn't be hanging out with each other then 'cause I'm being on hint I don't need to hang out with every single person in this world and I can't so let me attract the people who I should attracting and let me repel the people I should be repelling for businesses weren't true David Like I love this phrase love me or hate me because there's no money in the middle and it's true true true that that is a true statement but let's even maybe take it to another level like love me or hate me because there's no truth in the middle oh like there's truth in the loving the hating part of it but like that's what we find is being ourselves and now I wanNA talk about daring and this is something that you are really powerful of when it comes to sharing how playing safe can actually be the most dangerous thing that we can do as Human beings expound upon that my background is in risk management I used to be a consulting actuary to Fortune one hundred companies in New York and so I think in terms of risk and I think doc world trying to manage risk in life and we think our look maybe a want share on this podcast that I've had depression anxiety because then people go all that guy doesn't have together and I'm not gonNa work work with him right that's the risk oh maybe I'm a single guy so maybe join us that woman out because I'll feel rejection or maybe I want gone to that speech because it's I it might not go well and and I'm GonNa people are GonNA think terrible on stage whatever it is we're trying to manage those risks and that's valid that's fine but I think many people and not looking at the other side of that risk what about the risk that you don't do it and that you die regretting it what about if you don't go for that new venture or you don't quit your job in GonNa get the job doing something you love or if you don't go to the behind Kozinski died because you've wanted to twenty years what if you actually die a week from now or six weeks from now or sixty years from now with out having done that how `bout that risk that's why I think playing safe is one of the most dangerous things you can do because your Chris King dying with regret out I don't want that for

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Kelly McCausey, Founder of 'Love People + Make Money' on Building Successful Online Businesses

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

13:25 min | 3 years ago

Kelly McCausey, Founder of 'Love People + Make Money' on Building Successful Online Businesses

"You you started your business in two thousand two and you describe yourself at the time as a broke single mom making graphics and grading websites <unk> home based business owners but something shifted in something change for you so tell the story so i- gosh i <hes> i was so broke right broke entrepreneurs out there yeah i i came online <hes> doing graphics kind of as an accident i starting a desktop publishing business to be of service to like small businesses uh-huh and ended up getting people who who wanted website graphics and most of those early clients were working home. Moms uh-huh uh-huh so i stumbled into this community of amazing creative women who were finding ways to generate extra income from home on using the internet and i just a chance started chasing my curiosity that lead to wanting internet radio show in two thousand three which then the next year podcasting was invented it became a podcast <hes> <hes> podcasting back in two thousand and three the radio show is in two thousand and three the podcast was invented in the summer of two thousand in four awesome. That's so that's awesome so you've been doing this a long time yeah so when when i see internet radio show back then it meant you came to my website and you click play you know thous- how you listened yes. Yes and it's interesting because i did before i started extraordinary women radio about five years ago so that would have you know still long after you were doing this i still i. I did a series of five interviews with some really cool. Women and i was like oh my god that was fun and i was like <unk>. I would really love to do more than start. A podcast in there were so many other things that i was starting my business at that time it didn't make sense <hes> <hes> but when i did actually started instead i'm about two and a half years and i'm unites all i've been doing this for about two and a half years compared to your your timeframe that you've been doing lina <hes> but i sure love pike castings amazing. How blessed are we to have this opportunity to meet other. There's smart women in my now. You know it's there's just no other situation that this kind of magic happened so easily the <unk> so agree with it okay so let's get back to your story. You were this this broke single mom had did you make that shift. What was an issue started. The podcast had cast tell us more so the i started the podcast with the support of a friend alyce baugh was running a website called internet based with moms dot com <hes> and she had a forum and when i was saying you know i wanted to start something. She encouraged me east. You offered to sponsor it so i was so broke. I couldn't even afford to do any of it. You know there's so much that's different today. Cami back then you had to pay for a streaming service. We're talking two thousand three. It was seventy five dollars a month okay which was a lot of money to me uh-huh but she's sponsored. She gave me <hes> money. We ran her ads on the show and that paid the bills. The a community kennedy grew around the podcast. This was the unexpected part for me. I knew i'd get listeners. I just didn't realize how much the listeners would love to hang out together and how the different guests would love to get to know each other alison. I ended up launching a paid membership. Chris ships site in two thousand four. It was called mom masterminds and <hes> the the podcast and are article marketing marketing. You know that was pre. Blogging is a very different world back then our content would attract people in started to pay for the mentioned membership and that's it really changed my life. You know i was doing graphics and websites for really really low prices <hes> and and then restart this membership site and you get hundreds of people paying you money every month just to be there broke my brain wait a minute. This is very different. It's nice you say you started the membership and then what unfolded from there you're so <hes> i never even when we started that membership. I i knew alex was partnering with me from my mouth. She's more of an introvert. <hes> and you like to put yourself out there yeah yeah. I'm the ad talk to anybody. Ask anybody anything kind of person. She brought the writing expertise. I bought my mouth and my graphic ethic skills and but but over the next couple of years it was it was dawning on me that people were seeing me as an expert even even though i didn't feel like one an isn't that the truth for so many am and when you develop an area of expertise people don't always you step into that expertise yeah i thought of myself. I held myself very common. I thought well i could figure it out anybody he could figure it out so this is the special <hes> but people were calling me and asking me to help them start their podcasts and i started started to consult with people about that and i slowly grew comfortable with idea of of thinking of myself as a coach and <hes> <hes> between between them and <hes> it was in the fall of two thousand five that i you turned realized i was debt-free. I <hes> you realize you are what debt free debt free awesome. My business had grown my income. My my repetitive recurring income income from affiliate marketing income from coaching was flowing to such an extent that i had paid my last bill and i realize what how did that feel amazing. I i was married. Young divorced quickly left the marriage so broke and it's an an in debt that stayed that way for you know eight nine years and gotten to to the point where i just threw my bills away when they came in because they couldn't pay him <hes> you know my credit was just dust so what they grew my business and i had had this money and like wow. I guess i'll pay my bills. Now you know and then it's like you turn and you realize you have no bills to pay other than your living expenses for me. It was unbelievable. That's and that was the first that was the moment when i realized this isn't just thank gig. This is capable of of actually supporting me right and so that in the spring of two thousand six i i quit my day job and started doing it. Fulltime awesome that is so awesome and i think something that you talk about that. You really transition there was as you. I started working smarter instead of harder at me. While the the service based business <hes> i did continue to do graphic it can web design up until about two thousand eleven was when i closed that down <hes> but certainly started to charge better from time worth yeah. We'll in the early days is embarrassing to say like i would make somebody. A graphic per ten bucks accent <hes> designing entire website for fifty bucks. Wow i didn't know my i didn't like i said i was holding my my my skills row common but it got to the point where i started when people would ask me about if i could design a website for my dissertation throwing ridiculous prices to me exactly kill us crisis like i'll do that. I'll do that for three thousand now today's standard data. That's low exactly the time when i knew it was gonna take me like five hours. That felt like a lot of money. <hes> <hes> <hes> when i got to that point i then i started to realize it. It doesn't matter what i say. My time is better spent invested invested in my own projects. <hes> i can go devote time to building your website and make this money once or i can devote myself to developing gene information product tour continue to bring more money to you so when you look at your suite of information products that you have today day what what's the scope of what what you have available so everything i do is about content marketing in community building <hes> so <hes> i've got my my favorite thing i do is stretch yourself challenge that the content marketing challenge. I run in september every year uh-huh. It's alive challenge in september but but outside of that month when we're working together as a group. It's still a product to sell steady product that people can use. That's my favorite that teaches the basics of content marketing for someone who's never done it before an then picks up people who are doing it and just nudge them to their next stretch what what would stretch you next. Is it doing a webinar. Let's go do that. Is it doing a one day summit. Let's go do that. Is it applied to speak at a live event. Let's let's go do that like fifteen different content marketing challenges with step by step instruction in the in the course nice. That's my favorite favorite. I have other courses that diskette real specific like there's one about designing an f._a._q. On your website a knowledge base that works for you and makes money. I mean there's a course about really digging deep into what is your banner message. What what are you gonna. Take a stand on and develop content turnaround matters. You know that actually compels action exactly exactly so you've you've got a whole suite suite of products is a i think that's the point that i wanted to make their as you've you've. You've found a way to create product and and really serve your community immunity in a way that that helps them do what they're wanting to do and growing their businesses. Yes yeah so you mentioned to me that you haven't always been willing to show up in in your business that you liked the hideout so this is kind of going back a little bit yeah. I was more about that so in those early days as you know we have our pictures on our websites going crazy. When you see you know there there are people that you know they'll they'll lounge their website and they won't have their pictures is like you are the <unk>. You had to put yourself there right. Yeah the when you think back to you like when i was doing my early business that was still on dialup. Lots were on dial up so we audio was cutting edge. Video video was rare and so if you did have your picture it was like this little tiny one hundred by one hundred pixel had shot and i liked it that way the because i have always been a big woman and so. I thought if it's people see me they're going to say oh. She's fat like i don't respect her. I had had a whole lot of crap in my head around around my body image <hes> so from from when i started until two thousand nine i no one had ever seen anything but it had shot of me and of course you know you take a hundred pictures to find that one year willing to publish and in two thousand nine i went to my first in person event.

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"baugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"baugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Asking for is fairly simple. We need to make sure that we cut putting creases on spending on detention facilities. S slush fund. I. Back against the criminalization of immigrants, and those crossing the border. We need to create a, fair and acceptable to legal status citizenship for all undocumented people in the United States. A puff to citizenship for all, quote unquote, documented immigrants. Paul of them. We don't know how many there could be fifteen million could be twenty two million could be thirty million all of them. Get to be American. That those are the stakes very simple, ladies and gentlemen, those the stakes got to go back to this incredible interview, Bill Hemmer, my friend at folks with tiny, general Bah, the man who likes to break the ice with Pelosi by. Did you bring the cuffs? That's an interesting ice-breaker that Bill Baugh was st- you worried if they subpoena or the cool robot Mullah to testify. This was his ons on folks to the question of does he have anything to hide cupful. You're okay with him.

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"baugh" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"baugh" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Junior and Joseph Walton Baugh offer investment advisory services, which are offered through global financial product, capital LLC, Kelly, capital partners, and GPC are not affiliated entities. Neither GOP north investment adviser representatives provide tax or legal buys investing involves risk including the potential loss of principle. Comey capital partners. Is not affiliated with any governmental agency. Welcome back to Kelly capital retirement talk. I'm Mark Elliott. And I'm here with the managing partner of Kelly capital partners. Janey Kelly janey has the designation of a retirement income certified professional if you'd like to find out more the team, we encourage you to check out the website, Kelly capital, partners dot com. Kelli capital, partners dot com. A lot of great information today. We're talking about overlook keys to retirement success and janey one of the challenges we have today, and we've talked about the fear of outliving our money is that we are living longer today than any generation before us. So I would think that we really need to ask ourselves. What how long from retirement gonna last? Well, that's a hard question to answer. But how do we make our money last as long as we do? I mean. Yeah, good question. I mean going back to our previous discussion when we're talking about having that sizeable nest egg. That's why you really need to not focus on a magic number two hit so much, but you really need to create a plan. That's gonna address your. Expenses and the possible obstacles that could happen in the foreseeable future. Now annuities are a great option. We feel like to help you address longevity risk. This would be an annuity that you would look at for income because the way that these annuities work is that exchange for an premium basically, the owner of the annuitants receives lifetime guaranteed payments, beginning at a certain future date or whenever they need to take that income. So basically the thing that we like about these annuities is it can pay you for the rest of your life. It doesn't matter. How long you live into your nineties or maybe too late eighties? And even if your account goes to zero you're still going to be receiving that money, and it's like a pension really works like a pension except for that. If you pass away, and you and your spouse pass away what's ever remaining in that account value does go onto your beneficiary. So unlike a pension the money does go onto beneficiary, and that's one of the things people really like having. This peace of mind that this annuity gives them because they know they're never ever going to run out of money. Now, these annuities are purchased through the insurance companies, and you have a guarantee so that guarantee is backed by the financial strength and the claims pain ability of that issuing insurance carriers..

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"baugh" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"baugh" Discussed on AP News

"Eye-catching pro independence banners have been removed by castle Ona's regional government hours before police for you to take the down on orders from the country's electoral board one banner read in Catalan and English free political prisoners and exiles referring to the prosecution and self imposed exile of separatist leaders for their role in a failed attempt to declare independence in two thousand seventeen. Elected officials and public institutions op prohibited from expressing support one particular party or ideological position during a campaign period. Spain's general election is on April. The twenty eighth the defending champs get off to a slow start in round one of the NC double A tournament. But as AP's getting cool ball reports that changed quickly open the density double A tournament title defense with a sixty one fifty seven to win over eleven seated Saint Mary's seniors Phil booth and Eric Pascoe had twenty and fourteen points, respectively descend the sixth seeded Wildcats into the round of thirty two for the seventh straight season. John Marantz triple double of seventeen points, sixteen assists in eleven rebounds was the ninth and tournament history as twelve seated Murray state upset fifth-seeded Marquette eighty three sixty four Purdue top Old Dominion, sixty one forty eight Florida state held up for Mont seventy six sixty nine guessing. Cool Baugh, Hartford, Connecticut. The prosecutor who led the probe of President Trump's former lawyer is stepping down as AP. Correspondent Warren Levinson reports rubber Kuzan me will be replaced by Audrey Strauss. Robert Khuzami has been commuting from his home in Washington to the US attorney's office in Manhattan for the last fifteen months. A statement from US attorney Jeffrey Berman says he's leaving April twelfth to return home Khuzami oversaw, the prosecution of former Trump fixer Michael Cohen after Berman recused himself from the case he signed off on the raid that collected a trove of documents from Cohen's home and offices last year. Cohen is scheduled to start a three year prison term. In may Berman says Khuzami the former enforcement director at the securities and Exchange Commission has a strong desire to remain in public service. Warren Levinson, New York. Special counsel's report and congress. I'm Tim Maguire, an AP news media Robert Muller wraps up his Russia election interference investigation after indicting thirty four people including twenty five Russians for direct interference. And number of figures. Connected with President Trump on charges not directly related to the Russian meddling shortly after his report was given to attorney general Robert Barr. Democrats began calling for public release of the entire report and handing over all evidence. More news right after this. Let's say you just bought a house bad.

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"baugh" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:32 min | 3 years ago

"baugh" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You're listening to Russia's week in review readings welcome back. Rush Baugh half, my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair. All right. Let's get started on the phones as you can imagine people. Want wanna weigh in just one thing? I I watched is a cabinet meeting in the White House. The president's allowed the cameras, and he he spoke at length he monologue d-. He made it clear he is not happy with what the Democrats have given here. He said he doesn't expect there to be another shutdown. But if there is it's going to be all on the Democrats. He cannot believe that they are not willing to be serious about this and very very disappointed. He's not happy with this at all. But there was no definitive word from him on whether he's going to sign this or not. The the there's a third alternative here. And that just tell them to go pound sand and did not sign this thing and do another shutdown, right? Make tracks right to that national emergency and declare it and then go through whatever court battles. There are going to be. This signature issue for Trump. This is a fundamental signature foundational issue of his campaign and why he got elected, and he's gonna be signs. This is gonna have to make the case that you never get everything you want all at once in Washington. We've got divided government. We got him off the zero. We're moving in the right direction. We're continuing to build the wall. I just he made that point just now is that we're continuing to build the wall. Mick mulvaney. The chief of staff said they got money all over the government, if they need to get it to Bill whatever wall, they want however, much wall, they want they've already found areas of the federal budget with unused funds that they can appropriate during the declaration of a national emergency. So we'll start here with Brian and San Diego. Welcome, sir. You're up first today. Great to have you weather's either. Rush. Hi. Yeah. So right to the point guys like me will not accept if President Trump accepts this deal. It's not a win. Or for guys like us. It's a negative even if you take one point three billion, it's a negative. If it's it's it's we just on that border. It's not what we need. I say shut it down again. And let's move forward. We need what we were promised. If that doesn't happen. Where do you go? What do you do politically? Are you finished with President Trump? Then you just deeply disappointed. What's what are the ramifications? What are you gonna do? If you don't get what you want here. I'm on that line of being finished with President Trump. And the reason being is I mean? Hey, I like him. But this was what we voted on. This is what we wanted. This is what we were promised. This is what needs to come to fruition. And if it doesn't happen. It's a feeling of throwing your hands up and going. You know, what this is as close as we've got. And we're not getting any closer. And there's no reason to back another promise. Okay. So what what you basically want? And correct me if I'm wrong, you want Trump to defeat the Democrats. That's the first and four because that's that's how you get the five point seven two you want Trump, whatever, you know, what the Democrats to be able to claim any kind of a win here that results from a Trump compromise. Look, it's not a matter of what the Democrats are going to do. Indeed able to say, hey, they won. They didn't want. They got they got beat by Trump. It's a matter of what this country needs. It's a matter. What's right for this country? A matter of of of the. Guys that walk this street with their families in protecting our families on a day in and day out every day. Mindset. In dealing with. What has been described across the nation with what's coming over the border. You have full on communities that have changed lifestyles have changed, and it doesn't mean just for. And I know how a lot of people out there taking oh, you know, just for the tall white guy out there. It's not it's for all immigrants that have come here legally. It's four this United States way of life it for what we are. And what coming across the border is not what we are. Not what United States of America has promised. It's people's. That is true because the people coming across in large numbers, the legals have no desire to assimilate. Enjoy join the American culture as you've just described everybody is that's precisely why the Democrats do want them. Okay. Look, I appreciate the call. Brian. We move on Jamie and Columbus, Ohio, it's your turn. Hello, sir. Hello, russ. I have to say it is an amazing honor. I've been listening to you since I was a kid. Thank you for taking my call. You bet, sir. I certainly appreciate the previous callers passionate. I definitely understand the frustration with things, but with all the things that Trump has accomplished so far not just with what is obvious. But the behind the scenes all of the seats that are getting either retired or everybody stepping down all these other people backing down. I'll support his decision because I trust him as the president. I trust he'll make the right decision. While obviously I understand the optics of it looking like he's backing down taking this deal. I also understand that in negotiations. Sometimes you've gotta take feels that aren't ideal just to get the ball rolling. We've already been working on the wall for right? A couple of years. Now, look let me put some things in perspective. This there's some things about this that frustrate me to no five point seven billion dollars peanuts. It's a rounding error in the federal budget of four trillion dollars five point seven billion dollars. Is is less than what the country spends on food stamps every month. Trump's five point seven billion dollars is enough money for two hundred miles of border wall or fence. Not just sixty four. It's enough for two hundred and fifteen miles of barriers which includes one hundred miles for new fencing and the rest of fix existing barriers. And this is according to the to the CPAP now. The political way of looking at this, folks. I'm just telling you what I am. Sure. The way how this is being looked at in the White House. Not by the president. He's got his advisors. And I'll guarantee you the way this is being looked at you got divided government. So it'll reality how much can you actually accomplish into by the government? In addition to divided government. You have a presidential election year said that means the opposition party isn't gonna give the incumbent president anything. You got twenty Democrats running for president who are trying to out leftist and out socialist every are each other. They are creating a traveling circus out there. There is not we got the specter. Now that the Muller reports is going to be a big dud for the Democrats are gonna just tick them off to know in and they're deranged voters. In the meantime, with divided government. You never get everything you want all at once. If you have the objective of building a wall for border security to stop illegal immigration. You take what you can get when you can get it. And yet keep asking for more demanding more or what have you? Trump then goes to you and says we're continuing to fight against these people who are in transit as they are not willing to compromise. They don't care about border security. He continues to make the political case advising and informing the American people have exactly what the democrat party has become and who they are because just as Democrats are running for the presidency and twenty twenty so as Donald Trump. And the political realities do intersect all of this. There is a campaign coming up, and there are things that need to be considered as far as that campaigns concerned. The other way to look at this is to hell with all this political stuff the hell with compromise with the Democrats because it still doesn't get us where we wanna go. Shut the government down again to hell with it all shut the government down again and do not reopen the government until everything the president wants and demands for border secure security has been provided. President maintains he still undecided. He is unhappy with this deal..

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