18 Burst results for "Beja"

"beja" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari

Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"beja" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari

"Joel. Joel NEUTRA NOT PRACTICES. Before I call till you. How does why I'm calling it about my boyfriend so we've been rocky from the beginning but you know care about welcome lot Before this whole quarantine thing we basically spent every night together even though we do not live together and then quarantine started and for a while. He basically lived with me. Twenty four seven for like a month and we got a big fight and finally here's apartment which is a mild summer house so place has been good but now. I almost never see him. We barely taxed He says that he's having a hard time of quarantine and he needs space and he's phase. But you still love me Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and. I'm trying to be supportive. And we've definitely had conversations like this before like he has his own host of issues hard to be in a relationship with like this is getting ridiculous for example. I have not seen him since Thursday and he is not doing anything. He's playing video games And then I was like. He's taking out tonight. Why said JUST WANNA hang out this weekend and he was like sure they would be better? I was like okay. It is currently eight fifty five PM and he is over here and he lives a mile away so my question is should I have grace with him right now or is this just ridiculous right thank you very much bye okay. I have a good one I think okay. I think I mean I don't WanNa step on any toes. But so she said it's been rocky beginning and so my suggestion is Beja.

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"beja" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"beja" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Within the legends are made even bigger by his personality so hey he did hit a home run the world series and he made sure the cuts heard about it and he went around the basis. James as you researched this book and this particular person was there something in that research that surprised you I wouldn't say so much surprising. Been writing of a baseball history in the past had really good knowledge of Babe Ruth but I think touching a little bit earlier his connection with kids with something that really enjoyed reading more about finding out more about. He's been a lot of time The off-season meeting with kids as he traveled around the country. He would always make a point of going to hospitals. He paid for a lot of stuff at Saint Mary. After he left he bought them all uniforms. He supported the school and it was a terrible fire. He helped rebuild it He was a great supporter of kids in a way that wasn't just designed to make him look good. It was because he really believed in it and I think to see him in that context sort of helps under help me understand him more as a person Than just a a famous athlete. We've a couple of minutes left. But I think about him. He he enjoyed barnstorming. Did He. Not When the season was over with with other ballplayers absolutely got in big trouble with the commissioner for it a couple of times too because landed did not like it when ballplayers went out and played on their own but they babe ruth is big enough that he can do that and yeah. That was a great way for him to expand his Notoriety to let people see him as number. Of course you couldn't you can barely see him. Newsreels NOT V. Very little radio. You just read about him in the papers unless you could go to the ballpark in American League city. You couldn't see Babe Ruth play. Well the barnstorming tours were perfect for that. He'd gather a few his Beja League pals including Lou Gehrig for a couple of seasons and they would make a whistle stop tour of different parts of the country and play a game every day for twenty five or thirty days in a row and it was fantastic and it was the biggest thing that ever happened to a lot of different cities in that time. I live out here in Santa Barbara California. And they'd played down the street from me at the. What's now the City College field? The no the Babe Ruth played on that field. It's a great feeling and to this day to know that he he made it out here so I can only imagine what it was like back then when he would roll into a small town and the entire town would turn out to watch the day. Well congratulations on this book. We're GONNA make it a selection of the month on the sports byline. Usa Book Corner. And I hope you'll come back with us again when you have another book out. Take Care James. Absolutely very much. Appreciate your support. Take Care James. Buckley junior with US and again prolific author. He has more than one hundred and fifty books to his credit part of that. Who was biography series? And you might WANNA check out this latest book. Show Me History Babe Ruth. Baseball's all time best we've got John Sports byline. It has been said that everyone a book in them. But you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head a life experience that you want to pass on in the form of book to others..

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"beja" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"beja" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sign that it's moving toward. A more private communication. The changes. Make groups have big opponent of the social network experience. And all the biggest upgrade in five years. Facebook has been pushing groups in more aggressively uses shy away from posting things publicly Indonesian and Vietnamese ships have clashed at sea off to the interception of boot allegedly fishing illegally in Indonesian waters. The Indonesian navy says another Vietnamese vessel rammed a coastguard ship. And later sunk in the southernmost reaches office South China Sea and finding resent is stunning. How Theresa May own says question says she's more evasive than lost three Tory. Predescessors a team from university wants to series of interviews and claims the prime minister Owens at twenty seven percent of what she was all about that compares to thirty nine percent full both among GRA thought. Shenton Beja and thirty four percent full David Cameron cable news twenty four hours a day on errant take talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven. Journalists and analysts symbol the one hundred twenty countries. I'm Dan guarant-. This is Bloomberg Anna. Now, everybody knows how we feel when we ask those questions. I mean, what what is interesting to me about that story is actually not the difference between those leaders, but the fact that they're also low the percentages of them as anyway, thank you very much the unguaranteed with world news getting back to the trade story. And the White House is warning the US is ready to walk. If no China trade deal is reached soon speaking out the Milken institute's annual conference. Citadel CEO Ken Griffin says free trade is important. But that's it's more crucial to have a good deal than a bad one. I'm a big fan of free trade, but needs to be fair trade. The US has got to have terms of trade around the world that are trading counterparties. Enjoy we know this has been very good for the country as a whole, but it's devastated. One town employers where the employer has shut down. And we did not think enough about job reeducation helping people to move to other communities that we're going to be adversely impacted by free trade. We just didn't focus on this enough. So unfortunately history, we're gonna make mistakes country. The key is how do we deploy our resources to address our mistakes? What do we do with some of those communities where people have been left behind by the unfair terms of trade? So number one is try to create tax incentives to bring new employers the region. Even if you're successful with that. Then that's a win. If you're not then you're gonna have to courage people to relocate elsewhere. You're my family through its history moved across the United States in pursuit of jobs instead of opportunity. There's nothing wrong with having to make those changes in our country. Increasing geographical abilty increases the flexibility of our workforce opens more doors. That was citadel CEO Ken Griffin. Speaking exclusively to Bloomberg's Erik Shanska really fascinating to to delve into some of the commentary that we've had outside the White House on trade. The White House does seem to be ramping up the pressure to reach a trade deal in the next couple of weeks. We've heard from Mick Mulvaney, who president Donald Trump's acting chief of staff, and he's pointing out the two ways that this could go he says, it won't go on forever at some point in any negotiation. You you you say we're close to getting something done. So we're going to keep going, but on the other hand, you coudl say weeks that point in the negotiation. We had to put your hands up and say this is never going anywhere. So that in itself mine will give us any very clear direction. It's where this heads to sort of highlighting both sides of it may Mulvaney buddy does. But it does seem as if we all guessing these messages from the White House about trying to let their impatience be node. Let's get to the monkeys life teen golf with Reynolds. Stands by us in. Sydney. Thank you very much for joining us. How is the latest on trade being taken by the markets? Then we getting these sort of mixed statements from Mick Mulvaney, but on the other hand that does seem to be an attempt by the White House to say, look, we're getting a bit impatient. Here. The markets. A lot of them are closed, which limits the reaction, you know, he's the Patchett Sadat trading. There's not a lot of response to that. At the moment s and p futures today have been focusing on the rise e- out looked at apple the delivered overnight and the all the Kiwi dollar's staying down because of concerns about what domestic economic issues. See also, even if I've been there would be a huge ex- for the moment because really investors looking for a decisive break they've gotten used to the noise that's been going on about how we're working to get a deal done. We're making progress, but we wanted to take a bad deal. It's become this part of the furniture. Yeah. Indeed. And as far as the the most interesting of Mick Mulvaney statement, then talking about how we gonna know one way or the other in the next couple of weeks. He's assessment on the timing. Maybe that is of interest. Thank you very much among its nineteen. Garfield.

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"beja" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"beja" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Careerwise ten years from now where are you? I want you to be selling out stadiums. Okay. Fifty thousand people coming to see me to my five hundred thousand people maybe who knows I don't know where. Million paulo. I think they have less time the places. Yeah. Yeah. But this actually reminds me of well. Okay. Oh, no, no, go ahead. Go ahead. Twelve nights. No, no square guard. You're sold out. Can't get a ticket. No. There are no tickets tickets. No trying to get a ticket. Lying on the bird box ticket. Cindy, Bullock, went online couldn't get it to she's shit outta luck. Sandy she calls. Julia Roberts to the once you click the wrong way. No, no. That's in the movie. Oh in reality. She's such a good actress, you don't know the she can see I thought that was a 'paparazzi shot. She acted like she was a buy a ticket. But she wasn't. Okay. That's a good point. But that's what. Julia Roberts clears it up and says momma, you wanna go to see advocate. Do it sold out. I'm going, but I'll tell you how it is. Exactly. This also reminds we have another guest we had on who you had a lot of interaction with in terms of representation and your goals Valentina arch nemesis. She's like more of my arch in the back. Relations with her. Sleep with Valentine, and I'd like to keep it on food. Please. Oh my God. Well, we can't see your mouth. Oh, never mind. Why have I have a t-shirt that I'm from that your little diatribe untucked that became iconic unit? You're beautiful. You're perfect. You're a model. I have somebody gave me a t shirt that has all that. And it's like one of my favorite t shirts. It's so beautiful. It must feel great to wear paraphernalia of my my mental breakdown. Totally and it'd probably bootlegged at that. So you're not thing a penny of it. Well, it's the full package. God did you was it really like so what we'd how many episodes on season nine? That's such a home who sent you banana Boro nin- been in the. And what was the lip sync again, finally CeCe Peniston? Yeah. Cece Peniston bitch that ruined pitch that needed. Marina. She is. She's odd duck. Yes. She's she's pretty wild. She I yeah. I don't really have nothing to say about her. She's very talented. She is she's she's she's cuckoo bananas. We also have to mention how much I enjoyed an all stars three. Your crystal Beja first off the choice. There's amazing. And also, you your delivery of it was fantastic in the look with Fabio everything about in hear me release the footage. I feel like I was very shocked when I did not win. And like, I almost had an actual crystal evasion moment where I was just gonna walk off set and be like fuck this. Because I I was like I didn't think it made sense. And when I saw the the footage actually full disclosure, I got a link from someone on on a website and five hours before I came out. And it was around this hammer where wow was really like trying to narrow down and get this person who is leaking. All there. I had a flight to Colombia, and I didn't want to miss it. And when I saw it I was like telling tie the whole time. I was like I did so good. And like, I really did it. And then we saw the episode, and I was in in it. And I was like what? And then like the joke that was there was an even like, what am I good ones? I was just like I was so crushed I almost took my computer and threw it across the delta sky lounge who got on my delta one flight risks. Yeah. Rich for those who didn't get to experience the full joy of your kazlo Beja. I wanna play this clip that was just an extra on VH one. You're probably familiar with it as it's you doing it. But. I'm Chris Beija, darling mother and the pound of the house of LA beige, and I'm and I don't need. Nobody to tell me. I'm darling. West sabrina. I will sued the bitch. Dr some fun facts about me are that. I will walk off the bye lose..

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Yemen is in the midst of a full-blown humanitarian crisis

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

03:20 min | 2 years ago

Yemen is in the midst of a full-blown humanitarian crisis

"With arm sales intelligence and refueling operations in the ongoing civil war in Yemen for the government is fighting Iranian backed with rebels the bombings there have left large numbers of civilian casualties. The charity save the children estimates. Average of one hundred forty children have been killed every since the beginning of the study led coalition strikes against Yemen is now in the midst of a full blown humanitarian crisis, malnutrition and disease are rampant children are starving to death. But not for food scarcity. The markets are full instead they are wasting away for lack of purchasing power. The economy has collapsed in this pediatric ward. In Auden, every room tells a version of the same story eleven month old Melita, Al haad clinging to life, weighing only seven pounds. She's just one of the seventeen million Yelm. Who aren't getting enough food to survive, but the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamaica Shoghi a month ago in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul has shifted some things in the relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia, and it has prompted some key people in Washington to question US support for the war and Yemen here secretary of defense James Mattis, speaking of the us institute of peace earlier this week we've got to move toward a p Scheffer here enemy catch say we're going to do it sometime in the future. We need to be doing this in the next thirty days, we've admired problem for long enough down there. We wanted to get a sense of how devastating life is for Yemenis now, and how the midterm congressional elections might affect US policy. More here to help us sort out. These questions is a unit Craig she's a British Irish freelance journalist who lived in Yemen for several years and still makes regular trips. Back welcome. Hi, sharon. How are you? I'm well. Thanks so much for joining us. Actually want to start with what drew you to Yemen in the first place because actually your time in Yemen starts before this conflict. What was really curiosity that took me there in the first place? I didn't get into journalism until I was in my thirties. And I wanted to was wants to be in the region. My father had worked in the Middle East most of his life, but very much on the different side of the fence, the one that I find myself on now he works in in investment banking, but also with the ministry of defence in the UK on on on sales to Saudi Arabia and the Gulf actually, but that meant I was had an interest in the Middle East. And when I started in journalism, it was my aim to base myself out in the region, but I didn't wanna be whether a lot of other journalists, and there are a lot of journalists in places like Beirut and Cairo and its tumble. So yeah, I just became curious about Yemen. And I decided to go and seal the kind of Yemen expert'll specialists in London that took all of about today because few and. So yes when I'd finished a journalism school. I three months later took myself off to Yemen in October twenty ten and then of course, within two three weeks arriving those. Beja security instant with the parcel bomb. Plotters is now known when I'll fight or in the Arabian peninsula in Yemen, put bombs on planes bound for the US. So that was quite a read awakening to reporting on them.

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"beja" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"beja" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"So that makes each of the note, much more powerful. So that. That is capable of supporting if transactions gets higher higher in the future, we could simply just expand our notes to support that needs. So you mentioned your nose, and you mentioned actually there's two things that came out of that that I really want to go into. I is who's your target audience for L who's your target. Consumer. Is it the average person? Or is it the company in if it is the average person how can the average person us L in? If it's not how can the average company is and what size of company are you trying to engage with to put them into your system. That's that's a very good question. So for us. Our target is basically startups and also large companies because what happens right now is that? When those guys are every time, they want the right smart contract, and they want to perform certain tasks right now, they're facing a lot of scale ability issue, and also customization issue. So that's why on elf. But see we want them to have their own freedom of. Performance and also because of this more powerful note, so they're smart contracts could have a much better performance. So the users will make it will feel much easier to use our system Blockchain's, very new industry. So it's it's quite hard for us to predate who whether the change will I start from the start ups or whether they this is gonna I start from the traditional at large pulp rates were not sure about that. But what we're focusing on? Is that okay where beauty a fast and capable on production system. So that everyone could try it on just like how people are trying new things on top of Ethiopian right now. So this is say there's a startup, and you really we don't know which way it's going to go like, you just said, it could be, you know, Beja companies adopting elf or it could be startup. How would you feel that they're going to use it? What would be saying? Hey, you know, what I'm a company, and I'm going to do this without what are some of the use cases that you can you can. See a rolling out in these startups. Just you know, a few ideas to share with with you. So number one financial services has a lot of could use cases on top of blockchain. So let's say, you know, if a remittance company that always need to do a lot of clearings of different currencies. They could actually use elf asked that cleary mechanism because I'm blockchain everything can be set code seem on tenuously at a much. Also, this is much cheaper. So careering end settlement could be done on elf, and here comes okay if startup that wants to do this on top of health, or whether this is a large company that's wants to do this on out. It's quite different if he's a startup the probably predict the initial transaction is quite low. So probably the do not want to have their own side chain at the very beginning on on top of out. Because now means they need. To run their own notes, and that's expensive. So what they could do is they could leverage on all the existing minors on the main chain so that to emerge mining and that should be originally sufficient supported their initial traffic. So that's cheaper for them to Ron and only when they get a high volume in the future they could start to have their own side chain with their own notes. Athlons coverage is quite different because probably already have existing customers. And they do want to have more control and privacy of their environment. Therefore, they will come into elf. Just take our alpha side chain template make you their own. So that they have their own notes running and they have their own side chain. So that chain they could customize it as their wish and this will be linked with the elp system. So that they can also talk to other side chains the applications on top of l. That's a very flexible in that case. Yep. So besides settlement. We also foresee no some gaming companies grew start build games on top of elf. And also insurance companies should be very interesting 'cause you know, pull the claiming old insurance underwriter, those are basically contracts and all those things could be done in the form of a smart contract of alpha system..

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"beja" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"beja" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Coming up after on her. If he's news at three thirty. There's big Nike could controversy happening right now. Their new ad campaign. Features Colin Kaepernick and everybody, of course is freaking out flipping out. So I'll get into that story. But we were just talking about the funerals over the weekend the to Beja funerals. John McCain funeral which was covered by everybody. And then the Aretha Franklin funeral which was you saw excerpts of it. We were just talking the Aretha one was the one that really kind of stood out as far as. Just things to talk about because of all the personalities. They're all the characters they were gonna be like Stevie Wonder was there. And I mean, it was almost like Showtime at the Apollo a little bit. You know in terms of just you know, like an all star cast. It was turned into a show, which is what you wanna do in those situations you want to go. You know what I mean? You know, go out Solomon, all you can go out and have sustaining and something uplifting. Yeah. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. You celebrate the life rather than more. I mean morning you have to do that. But it's a celebration of her life is what it should be, you know, all these funerals should be. But behind the the the pastor the Reverend that was talking you had Al Sharpton, you had Bill Clinton about tell you something. I don't think I anybody loves Bill Clinton more than black community. I mean, seriously nicely. He was like a America's first black president. I'm not kidding. Bill Clinton, probably get more votes. If he ran for office now than probably any black handling that guy. I mean, they just they don't care what he did. They don't care. Monica Lewinsky stuff later on some, but they don't carry any. That's just when he got up there. And we're talking about Aretha and saying last time he saw Retha, and she looks at she goes how you doing baby. Here's what nuts. And he started telling stories I mean, he's he's he's he's a charmer. Man. The guy is a term, but with Clinton out there. She had Clinton you Al Sharpton, and then you Jesse Jackson..

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"beja" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"beja" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"So that's been really helpful. The other thing I want to mention is recently I've been in a really laser beam d- the last I'd say, month or two. I've been fully firing on also, I feel locked in and I said to Craig, I love the weekly accountability as. But right now I feel like I'm already on in it. I'm in ahead and I and I gotta be careful about this because I don't wanna get cocky and then lose this. But I said, I'm, I haven't done the accountabilities. But then I said, I said, look, I'm super busy, but I'm locked in and I feel like I've got it right now. And then at one point I just responded to him and kind of gave him in my words, what was happening and how I learned from it, what I needed to do and he's awesome, don't do. He's I do what you're doing. Until you need me again. So it was kinda great. It wasn't like he was like, no, I didn't get scolded more. Not answering his weekly questions. He was like, that's awesome. I love to hear this. I'm so pumped up for you. Come back to them when you need them again, you know when you need to lean on me again and that's what's been happening because it's been so around the clock for me that I feel like I've got him ingrained. Like I said, I'm getting up at four in the morning. I'm doing all the things and just kind of like at some point, I'll go back to answering the questions every week as it was right now for two months ahead and there was one other thing. I can't remember what, oh, they talk about like he and and Jay an and Beja talk about a, you know, putting yourself out in public accountability. Now I am not a dude who naturally took to social media. I mean, it's been like pulling teeth to get on there. And now I kind of. I gave over to Twitter a few years ago, although now I've cooled on that and now Instagram. I feel like I've finally like had a, you know, a flip a switch, went off in my head where I'm kind of embracing it, but putting stuff out there that has been really good for like I had the first draft of my script. I took a picture of it. I did a post about it and basically I'm like, okay, I'm talking smack in front of, you know, twenty five thousand people, thirty thousand people. I better write this frigging script, you know, otherwise, I'm a liar. You know the thing with getting in shape. I was like, I'm gonna take. I don't do like shirtless selfie. That's not my thing, but I'm like, I'm gonna do that when it comes to the day, if I gotta get myself to that point and I do it and I did it and the and it forced me to be accountable to largely strangers, but it's like it's a good way to go like, Yup, you can't. Talk smack. You've got to do it. So it's hugely hugely humbling. I mean, it keeps your ego in check to what imagine when you're when you're on in that space when you put yourself out there to thirty thousand plus people, even the podcast is like that because if you're going to sit here every Friday, you're going to come out with an episode that's aimed to encourage people and get them to keep going well. When you have your down days, you're like, hey, dude. Sorry, you're the perseverance guy. He can't. You can't afford to just like throw in the towel. You're you. Otherwise, your whole thing is shot, you know? And that's been cool, like even being on other people's podcast is like people will ask you questions, and it's easy to have a great answer in an interview. You know what's not easy as to then go follow through the, you know, the rest of the twenty four hours of the day and what it does again. It's like. Hey, I just had this really cool conversation where I told all these people. I have faith that I know the next jobs coming..

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"beja" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"beja" Discussed on KTRH

"To, see you great. To be here thanks for having me appreciate it it's awesome. To, have you it's. Hot my heart had. Is slipping off my, head as we speak, how. Are you guys doing in the attics hot, oh start early yes it's, been brutal we've had. Some one hundred. Degree days here it's been hot it's, it's it's, off we're getting them done though because we get a, lot of a lot of calls in the summer many people call, because they can't keep up with the air conditioning it's. Like they put out seventy two it's, eighty degrees in the house like air conditioning company says there's. Nothing else we can do your that's all your conditioner can do the problem, is the addicts too hot so we look at a. Temperature bringing the temperature down to a rating barrier solar. Fans we also. Do installation To. Kind of block that heat so. Yeah this time of year, we get a lot of that kind, of call and it's it's busy. It's really good I just thought about. A great name for a competitor of attic innovations addict nine one one more also sounds. Like a TV show But this, time of year, it feels like. It is an, emergency, yeah it's hot, and it's it's dangerous. To be up there you're guys really take risk by going into the, attic yeah that's why we start early and they're pretty acclimated to but if you start you know you're in an etiquette seven thirty mornings not. Too bad it's at two three four after. Noon it's it's blistering hot so we do stuff the kind of in the addicts in. The mornings, and then we'll do solar fans and stuff like that were maybe outside in the in the. Afternoon because we. Can put a solar fan in we don't have to go in. The attic, it's. Just on the roof outside you and your coupons Oh by the way Tom, decker came out, to my home. And put a, solar, attic fan and, he climbed up the. Ladder with his cougar pause those are the name of that they're special, boots with grips on them I mean you could almost walk up a wall sticky like Spiderman yeah it's incredible and UPI went at is nice. Young right Beja well we'll talk about your. Age coming up because you had a birthday recently birthday UPI goes the ladder with. His, cougar pause he goes up the roof and he. Installs the solar attic fan from. The roof into the attic. You. Didn't, even have to go into the attic because it has to be installed from the outside for obvious reasons you, can't sell from the inside right it's all your issue and so forth and so forth quick and easy no power. To hook up it quick and easy for you when, you're standing on the ground. Well you look like you knew. That you were doing I do know, what I'm doing that's why. It looks easy yeah well I always say that. When, you have somebody, that called you check checker pro-jo knows a lot about home improvement but he's not going on the roof cougar pas and the. Saw and putting that's that's why. We hire you exactly always say that. When you, see somebody that's really good they make it look easy. Then, they know. What they're doing if they're making it, look really. Hard, maybe not that hard man they don't know what they're doing to go home Now. You ever watch a sport like I, like to watch tennis I. Play tennis watch tennis on TV and these professional And you're like that doesn't, look that. Hard, than you go out and try. Yourself balls over the fence outside the. Lines it looks easy but golf. Same way oh and make it. Look so easy, it's like you just hit the ball Exactly down the fairway Tony way. Up on my roof puts it in blows, in attic insulation I got my eight inch in some cases a little more than that where. I. Needed it just to make our house more comfortable and you put, in the attic stairway insulator and Tom gave that to me for free but. He'll. Give it to you for free as well if you order attic insulation radiant barrier. Yes so we have a promotion if you're doing. Installation or radiant barrier will will, install a stairway insulator for free and what the, stairway insulator is love. People aren't familiar with for the pull down stairway that goes, into the, attic access so what it does, is it insulates that board if you ever look up there you're using your cold. Air returns close to that the thermostats right there so you get a lot of false readings on the thermostat a thermostat thanks to house. Is really hot and maybe it isn't that little hallway, because of the heat coming from the attic so this actually make the echinacea run, less than you, have less heat me and pulled out of the attic into the cold air return so insulates at that. Space and does really nice, job you'd. Basically, just go up on zip it. Go in and out of the attic When you're done zip it back close close your door in it'll insulate, that space really, nice and we'll give you free installation, or radiant barrier and then we also have a couple of specials as. Far as pricing on all that stuff as well we talk about saving money and being more comfortable all the time from the attic down what is an ideal attic though what. Needs to be done and what would it, look like when it's done so the three major components of an attic are radiant, barrier what. That. Does is this the first line of defense it's gonna kick the heat away from this structure the attic and the house who keeps the edit. Cooler. Second thing is the ventilation so what the ventilation is going to just gonna pull. Aaron from your soft advance down low and poll. Basically outside air so if it's, a ninety five degree day what gonna do is, gonna pull ninety five. Degree air into your attic but you could be one hundred, and twenty, five degrees so it's relatively cool, that's relatively cool so you're what you're trying to do with ventilation is get the. Addict within ten degrees of the outside temperature so it's ninety-five outside you want your attic to be say over one hundred and five if. It's more than that then we'll look at doing something. If it's if it's better if it's one hundred five hundred two we tell you Ventilation good you don't need to do anything you. Don't need anymore Radi bear we don't need to do anything else maybe look at the installation of that. Point generally the addicts are hotter than that and that's a look at doing solar ventilation. So we're pulling air into this, office in Palmdale super heated air off the top of the addicts we keep? Pulling the hottest air out of the attic the third thing. Is installation that's gonna separate the condition space so you're, spending money, to cool the air inside your house, you want that air to stay in the house you. Don't want the heat coming. From your attic coming into the cool space oh heat finds cool so the heat is actually coming into the space it's. Finding the cool air in heating it up, so the insulation will give you that buffer and that's what the insulation, does and that fourth thing is really just the stairway. Inside that we talked. About that this. Keeps the heat from coming down into the hallway in dust and insects and all kinds of different critters can. Come down through that. Stairway little bugs to silver fish and all that stuff so it. Has a lot of different, things that it does well it's a great product I've got one I love it, I had one, from another manufacturer I know you like to mess with me. On, that because it was. A mess well, yeah because you. Kept talking about one of those And I thought you had one. Of ours a good one and then, I go out there. And like you call. This an insulator so I took a picture of it I was pretty proud. Taking. That, out throw your trash can it was a piece let me get you something. Good. And, what you put in was. Much better nice yeah it's a proprietary product from the attic depot and it's it's a fantastic product yes yeah we have really unique products. So our fan is from. The attic depot and they're actually out of Conroe and then we, do the stairway insulator from them as, well they have really nice. Products so we use their products and the. We use certain teed insulation and then he'd block a ultra installation.

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"beja" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"beja" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"John and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou kfi am six forty new to the website the voter guide for the june fifth twenty eighteen primary vote voters yours kfi am six forty dot com the john and ken page who go over it a bit in about an hour on the show to bring everybody up to date it's it's the statewide we've picked all the propositions prolonged with the statewide the beja racist statewide and then also by the way i guess we should have put up john whatever you do don't vote for kevin dilly own for us senate what you had there should be some absolute no vote no sanctuary vote yeah nothing for kevin de leon i right the toilet on on that run probably is find bags gonna get another six years likely but anyway we'll go through it all in about an hour here on the show we are going to talk with david spangler in just a moment david spangler lives in winnetka in the valley and he was featured in an article in the la times there are various people upset with the l a riverbed there's a there there there's the vagrants all over the place thanks loved their riverbed we've found that inventory we found that in santa ana and here we go with l a and the valley and there's a lot of sites to the riverbed but this one is well there's receipt a receipt of when that whole area in canoga park there's a there's a bike path in receipt along the riverbed that opened about six years ago and it was supposed to be a family place where you could walk or bike ride but now everybody's afraid to go out they don't want their children riding bikes alone because of all the vagrants in the crazy transients david spangler says about three years ago it was beautiful now there's junkies everywhere there's a neighborhood group they call it self receipt as river walkers that have organized and his banging on city hall in the local councilmen bob blumenfeld to do something about it let's get david spangler on and see what he sees david how are you today sir good fine well what was what was this bike path like three years ago and compare it to what you see today i'm actually from hollywood so i've seen a lot of things and i'm not really a.

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"beja" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"beja" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"It depends on it depends on the series right blatter mirror that's you know pretty selfcontained let his new characters but but but but but yeah i think you know bill has a point i i i agree with bill that once i word cuts it cuts cuts accord it's been a long day um i uh you know there were certain things i'm like oh hey how do i watch this particular thing it's going to be a challenge but there were other networks and channels where mike ellis actually ways you than i thought it would be great traders will uh you know it's also cool patrick beja ill it'd be better than i interconnection that's for sure your called it but you're also cool and not a lotta people can say that besides bundle in up in vienna new dad what's been going on in your world uh you know what we just recorded a new episode of a dti slabs games with scott johnson where we talked about three incredible gains that came out just this january year is off to a great start and we also talked about the improvements to the microsoft xbox game past service so that's already available for patrons on the patron page and you will get a you will get it this weekend are thumb coming up on saturday if you're not a patriotic get a if you enjoy gaming listen to that if however you want to get it right now and you're not a patron you can fix that just got a patriotic outlet detailed us we're get close the end of the month and we are more than one above the number of patrons we had last month thank you so much keep it going don't let it fall back in the next day or two but huge thanks to everybody who sticks with us and those new folks who have just signed up you guys are the best uh all the big rewards come an unmarked.

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"beja" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"beja" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Well it is a good evening to you and now you're be at twelve 0 sinks and forty seconds on this what is now is saturday morning on your fan new york sitting steve summers here randy you their james gorzow fall he's on the other side of the girls one aged seventy seven three three seven six xxx for the one hour's rules right of a jailed tony beja one on the fan new york city while the headlines from mud this friday evening into a saturday morning is with the hockey there was no basketball at least with the unwatchable knickerbockers you're going to re warning to watch i'm assuming and i know what happens when a new start assuming you become the first three letters of that word but nonetheless you wanna look at moody a and i take a look at how he vlams in how he works in and what he looks like on the floor wearing a neck bacher uniform and so there is something to say about another youngster and we should see whatever if you're under the age of twenty you'll need to be out there on the floor whether you're nichelino whether you're a moody a and see what can be with those two as members of the new york knicks markers moving forward you wanna see growth you wanna see development he want to see if there is farm potential to performance you wanna see if there is a future with either one of those two are the rangers won a game last night surprise they wanna foreign evening you can smile i suppose if you're arranger fan n does some of.

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"beja" Discussed on So That Happened

So That Happened

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"beja" Discussed on So That Happened

"King in the north carolina case as you had a republican who was overseeing the redistricting process and he was asked why are we drawing a map that gives an advantage to ten republicans and three democrats who it's going to be the breakdown of the congressional delegation in he said in a in a meeting of state lawmakers while it's because i don't think it's possible to draw a map that gives republicans and eleven to advantage sovereign of a clear intent it's this clear brazen partisan intent and what the plaintiffs are saying to the us supreme court which is where the north carolina cases now is this is a clear unquestionable brazen example of partisan intentional gerrymandering and if this is an unconstitutional if this doesn't violate those protections on freedom of expression on equal protection what else does and in the pennsylvania case uh at aurel argument last week the lawyers for the republican lawmakers didn't even try and defend intentionally drawing the maps to advantage republicans what they said is the legislatures of political body and makes sense that it can take politics to an into account and so it did it didn't say there is a legitimate justification for these maps it didn't sit they didn't say we can we there's a substantial policy interests that were advancing beja said we can draw this to advantage republicans it makes sense that we did and so we did it and that's it now i don't wanna make this too much about m horse races and who's up in who's down all that stuff you know what matters here is that people out of participate in a democracy and there's might pretty core democratic principles at stake with this but it is a partisan fight it is a partisan dispute if these maps or redrawn if the if they actually are redrawn before the elections is this year does that have a potential to impact who is in in control.

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"beja" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"beja" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"So coats were an in i don't have a problem with you to taking the time that they the wood to to take him out of this program i think there's a lot of spinning wheels there uh what i i will say is that this is undeniably something that youtube had to put a line in the sand and say no you cannot show a corpse in a video that we all her a yoke specifically couve created this program so people would not have to worry about random the or that their ads appearing on something that they would find distasteful i would also as much as i love and respect patrick beja there are many ways if this was an accident and i do believe that that the circumstances of this thing lens it to at least the speculation that it was not an accident uh that that you can trade this horrifying experience without the doing it the way that he did it which i think was horrifying and distasteful yeah would you say it was not an accident i've i've just to be clear you mean it was not an accident that he posted this uh in a in a way that that caused a lot of noise you're not say robert justin robert young not daily tech new show is saying i am not entirely convinced that this was not set up by bag as suicide was set up i am doubt none of out that they know that that the iter the guide or somebody else that knew that there was a body there okay okay that's what i was trying to clarify as we're not tried to accuse locum paul of murder on murder donor i'm i'm not upping short of accusing him of mart yeah we're ju babe i see what you're saying which is he probably knew there would be a body there a he did not stumble across it accidentally beleaguered wild speculation assured okay and then in fair enough i think there's a way bigger conversation to be had here at another time but uh in in an era where a lot of folks who are prominent in hollywood and entertainment r r.

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"beja" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"beja" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Thank you to patrick malaysia as usual for joining us on tuesday's patrick beja what do you have going on in your life oh a bunch of fleeing splitter the thing that i think might be of interest to the listeners would be for example to show the philias club which i mentioned a little bit earlier it's impossible to spell soldiers go to french spin dot com and find it we actually did an episode with the tom this weekend where we talked about the good old days evidence it was just wasn't just tom and be it was also palo from south africa and turkey from saudi arabia and we talked about the ages of 19 would we were young and sort of remembered how good we had it hit her to all those young ins member stagflation and worrying if the hell's angels were going to run off the road those are the colonel days exactly and it was episode one hundred so it's never been a better time to get into the phillies club and it's at french spin dot com combined jurists talk about world war to win cold war i mean honest honest like like every episode affiliates club this one was knowing two exception in really getting some interesting perspectives on things from you and turkey and and follow south african perspective from paolo like it was just really really cool to be like oh i'd never thought of that never thought of that perspective so thank you for doing that show i think it's a great show uh thank you your to guide well we need you to keep being kind to us folks thanks to everybody who as has been continuing to support us in the myriad ways that you can uh unpatriotic word were down one hundred ninety seven patrons on the month because of the the reactions to the fee change we understand a lot of that has nothing to do with your thoughts on the show i in fact we've made up a lot of the money we lost from people switching a paper aisle and that's great i even though we don't have a really good way to provide the perks that patron allows us to provide through pay.

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"beja" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"beja" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Thank you so much you bet beja call hope enjoy the program uh i know that uh i i read data seeff i've got time for this i do our i read in uh it must be america to whitetailed one of the big coffee table books with the the biggest white tales ever taken the records the holden the horn the missouri monarch uh the the love strint book and everything and of course the say that the holden horn was found dead is that not correct uh i know the missouri monarch was yeah and the holden horn is he was found dead and he was mounted in a local bar and somebody said of acid jat book and aspect that was it like nineteen forty or so iit nation beholden hour but the love strewn book that was killed by the the the youngster with a muzzle loader that book was practically a pay that was a farm dear everybody hits seen him and that's why he was used a muzzle over that day because they figured this beers going to be killed if we wait to the rifle season and that was the biggest book ever kill by hunter wrought uh three thirty or somewhere along in there it was huge yes the one out of tennessee well that's the new when the lobster but was going to turkey oh okay and that's outfield about twelve or thirteen years ago okay than anyone that the gadgets killed in tennessee i think it was last season one yes award wessex dane an esa three hundred plus book mapped out or was it three toil yes yeah three toil i i cannot imagine what that would be but what would look like because i gotta tell ya in my experience you're probably you guys to you see a 140 you think it's a 160 you see 160 thank its one eighty and if it's over that you fate this can't be true it's so less it within that subject then why is it if he can give me a simple answer why is it that of mature book in georgia might be a one fifty but a championship mature dear in indiana ohio or michigan is one eighty why is that they're all white tale size at app well there's a a number of factors involved in that but the the.

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"beja" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"beja" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Thank you so much you bet beja called hope you enjoy or the program uh i know that uh i i read doubt assif i've got time for this i do i read in uh it must be american whitetailed one of the big coffee table books with the the biggest white tales ever taken the records the hold in the horn the missouri monarch uh the the love strength book and everything and of course the say that the holden horn was found dead is that not correct uh i know the missouri monarch was yeah and the holden horn is he was found dead and he was mounted in a local bar and somebody said of acid jack book and aspect that was it like nineteen forty or salah at nation beholden hour but the love strindberg look that was killed by the the youngster with a muzzle loader that book was practically a pay it that was a farm dear everybody hits seen him and that's why he was used a muzzle over that day because they figured disc beers going to be killed if we wait to the rifle season and that was the biggest book ever kill by hunter wrought three thirty or somewhere along in there it was huge yes the one out of tennessee well that's the new when the love stir but which could turkey oh okay that's how guilt about twelve or thirteen years ago okay than anyone that the gadgets killed in tennessee i it was last season one yes it was worthless sixteen and asif three hundred plus book mapped out or was it three twelve yes yeah three toil i i cannot imagine what that would be but what would look like because i gotta tell ya in my experience you're probably you guys to you see a 140 you think it's a 160 you see 160 thank its one eighty and if it's over that you fate this can't be true it's so less it within that subject then why is it if you can give me a simple answer why is it that of mature book in georgia might be a one fifty but a championship mature dear in indiana ohio or michigan is one eighty why is that they're all white hey all size at app well there's a a number of factors involved in that but.

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"beja" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"beja" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Over thirty percent of the beja leave latin american mmhmm and if you can't speak their language it's got to be horror you've got maybe five or eight or ten latin american players and you can identify them through their language so i think they'll look you've got analytics you've got they want they want to skew younger uh and killed at that demographic or to all who have to go under aired that you know in a big game it it's going to come out there's some guy just go up all big old feel coq all uh you know the weather their day that that's the bottom all player and if you're not on board with that it's tough to manage on the fraud office and the agents and everybody involved 1990 will see he's champion also holds the rob doable show ninety seven nine espn radio in connecticut joining freddie calment on espn radio i want to go back to what you said about how baseball has changed not so much with the entitlement factor were you mentioned the diversity factor the clubhouse factor how much of that could factor maybe not so much of the new york yankees either they have a road to a young team but how much could we see general managers have that kind of power to make sure if i'm going to have a diversify clubhouse i have the more than ever had the think about having a manager that may be more diversified in this thinking i i have no problem with that i mean i i talked to eric daves today what blows my mind is calling or the most diverse player that i ever played with and he's a whole favorite barry larkin bilingual brilliant uh hall of fame player is now office or the name for of editor and i don't get it because there was nobody more personable uh nobody book politically correct all the time uh could handle old guy shown guy and they're 'between black wait for it all over he must convince everybody so i i just think that you know salt or office guys alking or maybe you're guided by all other other uh front office people are looking for someone that that it accept all the.

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