17 Burst results for "Behr"
"behr" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn
"Flies to three hundred cities that's three hundred cities where people sing in the car. Poorly three hundred cities where people miss someone in one of the two hundred nine cities in. Delta. Isn't flying those three hundred cities merely to bring us together but to show us. We're not that far apart in the first place. Delta keep climbing from the editorial team at Lincoln. I'm Jessi Hempel and this is hello Monday. Our show about the changing nature of work and how that works changing us every once in a while. When Brian gets to feeling like just too much my wife tells me that she's going to quit her job. I should to. We'll move out of the city. She'll carve wooden spoons. Alright somehow will make a living out of it. You maybe have some version of yourself and for most of us it feels like a fantasy but then you meet someone who just nails. It goes for it. I guess this week our Matthew Swanson and Bobby bare they children's books books that maybe your kids have read. Matthew does the words Robbie pictures ten years ago. They ditched the grind and moved into a barn in small town Maryland. In the time since they've started to small presses they've published more than sixty books and they've had four kids now. They're plotting a new adventure. They're getting ready to drive across the country in a school bus Robbie and matthew made.
"behr" Discussed on Daily Grace
"In sharing during during discussion time so most people think that icebreakers are just further first day of the study but i actually personally like to start every meeting time together with the sort sort of ice breaker and one that i really liked to use often is sharing godwin's from the week kundun so friend of mine coined that term and it's just it's really encouraging ladies to reflect on the week and intentionally see god's faithfulness that week it could be small. It could be big. You know it's just a nonthreatening way <hes> to get everyone to share something and then another idea is creating questions that correlate with that day's study content bent so for example. If you happen to be studying that day on jesus feeding the five thousand you can ask what was the most satisfying meal you have ever written so it's a great question just to get everyone relaxed everyone talking and and kind of connects the two and so yeah possibilities are unless you know as i've done this in my bible studies. I've just been so surprised at how these little things have increased our love and care and concern for one another because we got to hear about each other's weeks very briefly yeah and that's a really important part of even the bible study time that follows because as you begin to care for one another and be invested in each other's lives those conversations about god's word is they're just gonna come more naturally yeah and they're going to be a lot more meaningful. I think another the really crucial element of any bible study is prayer. You know i was looking at some scripture that talks about prayer and perr just commands all over scripture to pray prey was playing one of the areas that we just in general tend to neglect the most is prayer. <hes> you know i think about versus like james. Five sixteen says the prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working and so prayers actually produce something equation six eighteen gene tells us to pray at all times in the spirit with all prayer and supplication first thesselonians. Five seventeen says pray without ceasing so we need need to pray. We are commanded to pray yeah. We need to pray that. The spirit would open our eyes to the truth of god's word when we come to steady his work together we need to you pray for one another as behr each other's burdens. We need to pray that. God's will be done. We need to pray for sanctification when you deprive hey for.
"behr" Discussed on Skullduggery
"That is what you know honestly that it's the same problem with the letter at the end they were wearing at least i know why they sent that letter because he was worried that devon behr from the from the journals working on this story about the clinton foundation and disputes in the fbi about whether to investigate it he was worried that because devon was was digging around and that he was gonna find that they now detained answering wieners laptop and had looked at it and if you didn't tell congress he was going to get blamed for it so he sent this letter first of all your job is controlling i know you can't but you don't you don't do things outside the normal course of business because you're worried about leaks what you do is you manage it and so yes people if it would leak why aren't why aren't you doing this and you say on background reporters we've obtained to evidence we don't have any sense that it's anything new they could be duplicate emails we're gonna do our due diligence and look them entirely different than of a letter from the fbi director that is by its nature inflammatory partly because it's so unusual and unprecedent i mean it's the very actions themselves that made such big news made it so damaging to her let me ask you about one other matter that's undoubtedly becoming up in all the komi interviews and that was the decision on january in early january when the intelligence community briefs the president elect at trump tower on the findings of the the the dna i on on russia's intervention in the election in the multifaceted campaign and then they all leave komi stays back with trump and hands him the two page synopsis of the christopher steele dossier containing the salacious allegation about prostitutes in a hotel room in in moscow as we write in russian roulette still number one on the new york times bestseller list this whole you.
"behr" Discussed on WBOB 600AM
"Right we simply slow down and this affects all of us after our body is fully grown the growth hormone levels starts to drop about sixteen percent every ten years and research shows that the lower the growth hormone the faster a person ages inside and doubt about onethird of all adults forty five years and older not only have low growth hormone but are extremely deficient kao throw in the towel the exciting thing is that we are now living in a time where we have the capability to safely increase the growth hormone level and reversed many of these aging symptoms to a very large degree one successful way that's proven to increase growth hormone on the body is through the injections of synthetically made human growth hormone which has been approved by the fda and again this is what the professional athletes and celebrities are taking to stay young that's right but when we hear about it in the media it's referred to simply as h g h however in actuality injections of synthetic human growth hormone now why is that so popular doctors are finding like doctor daniel rodman did through his doubleblind studies published by the new england journal of medicine is that when those hgh levels are increased the body in many aspects starts reversing back to how it was when it was ten to twenty years younger really and that's why you constantly hear about professional athletes risking their careers to use hgh injections because it works it gives them a huge advantage over other players their age because they regain their youthful speed their strength mental focus and it helps them recover much faster from their injuries i hear there are a lot of celebrities on hd hgh therapy has been one of hollywood's best kept secrets but now news is leaking out you may have heard of semester stallone using human growth hormone yeah discussions about behr he bonn roger clemens and his wife who we've seen in the sports illustrated swimsuit magazine right as well as many other countless professional athletes and celebrities using.
"behr" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Cleaned up and again it's a it's a day to day thing when you have first off by of assisted as bipolar so if you have a if you if you have a bipolar disorder that's one thing if you mix alcohol and not taking medication first off your gun if you mix alcohol even if you're on the medication you could really screw self up so it's just uh y you know just depends 'cause i have like a set of sister that's you know in asia the glass of wine she's okay you know but he started drinking in excess like behr robbins did that time and he was off his ned so again you got to be careful you don't wanna and an and somebody can tweet in if there's doctors out there the treat bipolar disorder by all means let us know because uh you know i would think if you're on them at occasion you gotta be careful with any type of alcohol in other you're when you're messing with the now here's your spot on with that can and some people are criticising menzel for coming out with this now like where were you and your texas cnn days or in the first round of the draft why were you not talking about your bipolar disorder them some people are criticizing him for not using this now when he's trying to mateen no lasse loved i got that's that's adding i don't know if you know maybe he did any wasn't diagnosed at that time but i i will acquiesce to you a and agreed at die adding manifesto absolutely can succeed if he is straight adding he asked absolutely these john the straight and narrow and wanting to do this and put it in the work but i think he can absolute succeed in this in canada and i think he does no doubt that he can be going back up i don't know about starting in the nfl but he can absolutely be viable backup in the nfl at least one more question this copper nick finally get a chance on a roster this offseason 'cause we seen some of the backups in and quarterbacks filling in that you.
"behr" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"Or plumbing you have all sorts of means of transportation these are massive productivity enhancing inventions and may be those just aren't here right now and we also had public education and other for like behr phrase invention where you have universal education and so another theory is were just not that productive in sort of get used to it worked with the new normal is going to be low growth a third theory for why we were having such a weak recovery is what i would call the death by a thousand cuts theory which is essentially a supplyside argument which is marginal tax rates are too high there providing disincentives for people to work and to invest to extend people are trying to be entrepreneurial there's too many regulations out there that are also kind of limiting their ability to do that and so that's what's holding back to recovery so again this is superimposing very idealistic ideological view or clarity on what is a very messy world out there but broadly speaking the trump plan is in the third camp it's taxes and regulations it's not more steam malysz necessarily it's not lack of productivity in a part of activity so there's not as much human capital development in issues like that so the policies broadly speaking are cutting regulations and cutting taxes it's always hard to measure what the facts are certainly in the short term but i think when you come to the end of his administration that's what he will be able to run on and we should see ramifications of that and again i should just point out on all these thing we are talking about the economy the economy is a narrow view of the state of the world in state of wellbeing so there are things you can do to help gdp that might not help human welfare and that also obviously gets brought into the picture as well right we have a whole set of scholarship devoted to the study of inequality and poverty edward n inclusion in that kind of thing well so if that third theory is where the trump administration is we have seen into so last couple of weeks congress pass and he signed a signature legislative achievement the tax cuts and jobs act in he is been suggesting in taking credit for the fact that some companies toward the end of the year are giving a lot of their employees.
"behr" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg behr ryan sir thank you very much twenty minutes before the top of yeah let's get to sports dan schwartzman is with us manchester city back to its winning ways dan it is amazing brian they are back to their winning ways after a scoreless draw sunday against crystal palace ended cities record eighteen matchwinning streak by beating watt for three to one kevin to avoid returning after being carried off the pitch this weekend rioting stirling getting the scoring started just thirty eight seconds into the match added he had stadium everything good with city elsewhere at tottenham stays in fifth place in the standings with a true bill win over swansea city or crystal palace gets past south from two to one of west ham beats west bromwich albion two to one is well great news for barcelona join us money dembo has been cleared to return for thursday's copa del rey match would shelter vigo the 20yearold ford has been out four months after rupturing attended back in september and has featured only three times for barsa says being the most expensive signing in team history according to reports bosses once again made overtures for liverpool's felipe coutinho although the price the reds are asking for the 25 build is now considered astronomical the january transfer window has officially opens with barr said making his fourth attempt to land the midfielder terrible news for tennis fans amy murray has pulled out of the brisbane international the hip injury and is considering whether to have surgery or not the former world's number one has been out since wimbledon is currently ranked sixteen and his status for january fifteen start to the australian open of course in doubt in the nfl the cincinnati bengals and head coach marvin lewis agreeing to a new twoyear contract a keeps a fiftynineyearold in since he passed to.
"behr" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"How it was one was ten to twenty years younger really and that's why you constantly hear about professional athletes risking their careers to use hgh injections because it works it gives them a huge advantage over other players their age because they regain their youthful speed their strength mental focus and it helps them recover much faster from their injuries i hear there are a lot of celebrities on hgh she h therapy has been one of hollywood's best kept secrets but now is leaking out you may have heard of semester stallone using human growth hormone yeah discussions about behr heebong roger clemens and his wife who we seen in the sports illustrated swimsuit magazine right as well as many other countless professional athletes and celebrities using hgh therapy and you're going to continue to hear about this in the media because within a matter of days from taking these hgh injections their younger version of themselves they start sleeping like babies they have teenage energy levels allow they easily lose body fat and gain more muscle definition and strength their feeling and looking ten to twenty years younger than the real age hgh is known as the single most powerful antiaging molecule in the body that's causing the cells of the body to regenerate replicate and repair themselves this is why so many doctors feel that h g h is the closest real thing we have to the secret of the fountain of youth and some patients will tell you it is the found wow so dr west are these h g h injections available to the public salute late in the but it's extremely extremely expensive and out of reach for most people were talking about eight to ten thousand dollars a year and here's another possible price you may pay and that's the fact that some we'll get sideeffects from hgh injection however here's the good news okay we now have newark technology them the hgh injections antiaging doctors have now developed a new therapy that enables us to naturally in greece and restore our own h g h r youth hormone without having to use the costly hgh injection at how is that fortunately researchers now have identified natural hgh enhancers which helps our own body produce and release more growth hormone like we did when we were younger so how do we get our hands on all these nutrients that help increase h g h well my team.
"behr" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
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"behr" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Many many other people uh who were victoght are are victims just like i was of my brother yao garage so so so so he has going on to other places has been it's as uh on the jail for any of this uh he he is presently on trial i ha i guess that's all we're going to be another yeah there's going to be another book here about all of this and it's it's sort of in abeyance right now waiting for the outcome of his most recent situation not to disparage him because i forgive them my brother and i've got um but i i wanna talk in this next book um sort of about the next chapter of my life because so many people have said manse this book came out in 2012 it's 2017 what are all the things that have happened to you since then in so many things have and there will be another book and there is more to the story and die that might be coming out though sometime in the next year or so you have your own player of don't you i do i do and and you know so many people have asked me what exactly do you do and and i can't tell you how uncomfortable i feel telling anyone how to parade uh because i just feel like wild that's such a personal thing who am i to tell someone else how to pray but people have asked me over and so i actually i put that in the book i i put in the book how pray and i modeled did you know my my prayer method is is modelled ah you know long uh the lord's prayer behr is of course the example pray that jesus gave us i in the new testament scriptures but i go through my prayer message and um it it it's largely it starts out largely by it.
"behr" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"League side back to what happened with los angeles and newsworthy the sixman committee that was put in charge of shepherding the los angeles process and remember kyrie really high the whole thing it helps dina the projects in inglewood getting the rams there that event getting the charges behr and then getting the raiders las vegas the i know that rub some people on the committee the wrong way and law five members of that committee also happen to be other commissioners compensation measures so that's the backdrop to a in the league side and then you go back to to me um unitary was leading the charge and and getting the league to vote to basically reelect roger goodell and authorized a committee to go forward and doing a new deal for the commissioner and they do that by 32 nothing vote everything was moving along it's swimmingly then on august eleven the suspension for his ego elia comes down and people on that committee felt like his attitude changed and now it's just kind of turned into a big craft throwing contests where uh you know the the owners of the committee or staying terry's trying to hijack this he hijacked the los angeles processed and we're not gonna let them do it and this is because soar over the years the galle than the other side you've got dairy saying well i'm supposed to be the voice for the other twenty six universe that's why i had me in an ad hoc member of the committee and i'm going to be that boys for the other 26 owners and i'm not going to stand by uh of others contract go through the way they'd gone through and you know it's really interesting about this guy and i know i'm a long way but it's a complicated we've had so many situation i guess we're all down in the past the new york back like fountain gate the placate the domestic violence situations with uh ray reis and greg hearty and adrian peterson the rough walkout those in the cap penalties which jerry was involved in the.
"behr" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"I i think it was about a couple two three hours were you guys shooting at universal no nato will you are uh we were in a behr how his uh in north hollywood that had seen too bogged something the place had been used for shooting porto's in the valley well it's so so month the audience to know that uh the valley here studio burbank north hollywood this entire area when you drive down the road any nondescript something is being uh uh what we do here shot a lot of things in warehouses 3series candidate all of them in warehouses right that's the thing near not the i guess the gene on the studio line but you have to save money and that's one good way to do it and you get a lot of space uh so these guys came out the two guys that he brought with him i would say a word like midthirties looked very lean and military so they were with naval intelligence uh and proceeded to brief us as with how they would now they put it nailed fourth and i wish i had written it all down i can't remember if i didn't because i was lazier because they i didn't believe him or because they told us not to i really don't remember that detail but i didn't write anything down and i've kind of a notoriously awful memory for retaining quantity so i don't remember all the details but i will say these guys were incredibly convincing they if they were just blowing stuff you know blowing smoke than they had rehearsed it very well so you're ready in for two hour they said that's what an and in yeah yeah that's what they would imply and it seemed like what they were saying is we're here too behr at the beginning of the series it seemed like what they're saying is we want to make sure that you address some of the themes that we think it would be in this series uh uh john wall strange but we'd already remember the series was about people getting ready to majestic twelve uh.
"behr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And that you're not was going to be one of the big headliners plan was for her to perform on the main stage inside giants stadium but outside the stadium in the parking lot earlier in the day the festival stabbed his name pack kids hang out and that's rosenbergs zone so he's introducing the acts on that stage although before i get to the real hip see the real hip hop mad sprinkled earlier owl i said enshrined the hype up this crowd i know there is a sixyear waiting to single starship slater are not talking now nicole plenty goes who in g a little bit like behr nothing crazy those were regular gene i didn't realise of ball was dropped i've i forgot that not only was the festival stage live streaming gene live streaming on her website and her core fans her barbs as they are known are thirteen year old girls and when they see peter seda go wild and they go out on the internet saying who is this rosenberg guy what is his deal and he says within minutes it got back to nicky and her people before she went on state before she went on state interesting so there's this backstage compensation rosenberg basically as soon as he gets offstage his boss boss comes out pokes his head around the curtain and goes nick uh was like uh and i i legit didn't remember i'm like oh yeah i did and he's like yeah well she just can't show uh so she's not coming and i was like i was like oh i looked at my phone and i go to twitter sitting on the stage the crowds all out there i'm at giants stadium and i look on twitter and i go to trends and on the main trend page it just says rosenberg and i'll like oh need this is what's the sunday afternoon at like 5 o'clock third most trending thing the dow watching my name get bigger in a moment dj pierre rosenberg one of the big dramas avenue your os reading gene gene over again rosenberg do from home the pierre rosenberg all these people saying i.
"behr" Discussed on WEEI
"Playoffs now i don't know that they can navigate both miami at stamford and yes it what the stanford a million years ago that's not portent that games in palo alto samper's behr do you think especially if price love can get healthy you're in the defense is pretty formidable still notredame is playing nineteen eighty two football all they do was run and that is tough to match up with defensively even though stamford is a physical team so if you're one of those folks who don't enjoy waking up the echoes could be bad news plus think about the marketing perspective of notre dame in the college football playoff never forget this is the tv show it's about generating eyeballs advantage notredame there even though we were just talking about data points they won't have that additional game because they can't play accomplish championship game obviously beyond behind bridge thai with the acc they still want to be primarily an independent to get all that money from nbc keep it to himself so georgia with the better win over notre dame ever remember that got it done with the fresh would quarterback jake from compared to alabama playing florida state in the game in august that we called the game of the century but the seminar those who have fallen apart since france wall went down in that kickoff gain no change at the world series the dodgers heavy twoone lead over the astros one out top of the seventh george springer is out the plate with a runner first spranger with a solo homerun in this game representing houston's only tally we will keep you posted top of the hour much more nfl conversation with chris landry for landry football dot com street ed just a little bit of tiger woods because i can't let this toward go by without commenting added a we really buying the tigris coming back again what are.
"behr" Discussed on The Filmcast
"I love i don't think they're green actors or anything that they bring such a strange energy to the movie like they're clearly not actors and they're just kind of insane and crazy and i love seeing what they do but the for me the real heart of this may be a champion seeing him kind of like grow as he gets his influences from different people from his creator from these two gangsters who i guess sort of uh pretend to be his mother and father and he starts to learn to think for himself um and we can you see him grew to the point where yeah he is also very selfaware in concert to improve himself them for me was like be journey of ai you know what if what if you took something like shortcircuit early a super near the johnny 5 from sort circuit super powerful esi and gave it to a bunch of lake idiot gangsters what would happen you probably have a robot pets pretending to be gangster and i found that all really entertaining and kind of fund like behr points where we see chappie going around um doing crimes which i thought were just hilarious it was this front but the movie itself yeah it doesn't quite come together i think the villain play hugh jackman is villain in this one he sports probably the worst you jackman haircut i've ever seen incentive like a it's like a short mullet's yeah i i didn't really know what was going on there but yeah it's a it's a it's a i can't wait figured out into his his whole cost means is we are to 'cause he's like short molet in cargo pants like the embargo shorts their harbor to short gelled yet or even worse he and his shirt were hello shirt tucked into the cargoes her back there and he is as good and that the side i could at it's totally cool and hip but yeah this is disturbing future uh i guess cargo shorts are back it's i don't know what they think that let's take the hyungki is leading the holiday.
"behr" Discussed on The Ross Report
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"behr" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The threes and if you are do net out the door early start doing very well up north route one that's clear making your way from tops failed to the tobin bridge no delays on your way at all awkward 120 that's clear to if you're making way for beverley all the way dad bashar daddy free and continuing to the turnpike north of town up in with their one and the lawrence stretch where we normally see the first slowdowns of the morning on ninety three right now you're still in good shape getting past 495 and all the way to route one 28 route 3 looks clear from jumps word right down to burlington no problems on an 495 up in that area either either north were southbound you're doing well at route 3 end ninety three south of the city were three coming up on a plymouth you clear all the way toward the express white which 24 and 95 nothing to be worried about behr just yet and 128's clear between braintree and the turnpike the expressways moving along without a hitch all the way up into the city will take that as long as we can air the turnpike's it remains to be a good ride for even through the work so now what we've seen over the last couple of days is a tendency for it to be later in the commute where the new lane configuration the restriction by the austin ramps gets to be a problem later in the morning early on it seems to be okay we'll be watching that for your today as well downtown so far your clear tobin deck tunnels they're all okay next update is at five 23 with wbz's travelling at abrams now with a check on the fourday wbz accu weather forecasts ari warmer newman air masses approaching from the southwest today but before we can get fully established looks like a frontal comedown install just south of as normal form along bad movies to give us quite a bit of rain tomorrow night and make it cool for friday so for today partly sunny a shower thunderstorm it's botha's afternoon and evening high today eighty 285 low tonight sixty eight a lot of clouds not as warm still umid a couple of showers and heavy thunderstorms i 77 more rain at night low sixty then friday very cool for july cloudy with periods of rain high 66 saturday warning back up with partial sunshine high eighty one i'm accuweather meteorologist elliot abrams wbz news radio 1030 partly cloudy in boston 74 too eggers spills cbs sunday let's take a marks yourself crushes this is phil king shoring up.