24 Burst results for "Belise"

HHS Whistleblower Jodi O'Malley Describes Losing Colleague Who Took Vaccine

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 2 months ago

HHS Whistleblower Jodi O'Malley Describes Losing Colleague Who Took Vaccine

"There was another part of the video. That i want you to talk about where i i might not be remembering this correctly. Jody but you said that one of your here's wanted to get a religious exemption for the vaccine but she didn't. Can you talk about that. That part of the video. Well yes so and works alongside each other in the intensive care unit which was pretty much. Kobe unit the entire pandemic. The vaccine was offered to us federal employees back in decem throughout this entire time. She did not want today. Jeans natives and and it goes against her native belise In order to take the vaccine she just come back from leave and the her in along with two other employees. Were co worse to take it. It was common tainted tankage and when they realized they were taking like yay good job. Yes yes yes you know. And then two weeks later she comes in with a positive coleman and four days later she's in today. You know. I mean we've we've been saying this way too much. I know so many medical people that are seeing these cases can identify with at first it was like oh you got two weeks after. I guess you you waited too long to get it. But there's just way too many people coming in with a positive holding resolve and suffering greatly. Because i hope she survived. His intimation is a serious. She did not she has to later so she as a fully vaccinated nurse passed away. Two is not what they deem fully vaccinated. She received her back seen two weeks later. She's in hostile when she was due for our second one came down with her body. Just like crazy and slaying. Beware and no. She did not make

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"belise" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

Bedtime Stories For Kids

06:46 min | 3 months ago

"belise" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

"Welcome to bedtime stories for kids. My name is mike. I'm super excited. That you're joining me today. Are you ready for today's adventure. Today we have a story. For isaac and isla who are living in london high isaac high isla. Nice to meet you now. If you want me to create a story just for you and simply ask any grown up to get in touch. Speaking of grownups hate grownups. Did you notice the very best way to support this. Podcast is to simply request a story visit bedtime stories for kids dot co and go and request your very own one and should you be listening through any type of apple device. Do leave the five star review as well as that helps me out a tremendous amount and is such an easy thing to do. So if you're ready. then. I am ready isaac. Isla hope you're ready as well. Can we all raise our left arm as high to disguise weekend countdown with me in five. Four three two late afternoon in isaac and islas mom comes home from the mall. She's carrying a bag from a very famous shop and inside. That bag is a small small box as mom puts the bag on the table. Is it joins and says oh. What's inside here as he points to the back. That mom's has is my brand new phone. I have had my old phone for so many years. And it's now time to get a new phone. So i got the newest phone with an amazing camera on it. After mum is done setting up the new phone she asked who wants to try the new camera i do. I do island says as she takes. Mom's new phone opens up the camera. And she takes a selfie together with isaac. Oh i know we should download take dog can we. Then we can make amazing awesome videos. I last s. I'm not sure. I'm says belise. Isaac is says fine okay. Let's download the app. And then you can create one duck. But only one he. Yes isaac an iowa moved to the living room. Okay we have to think about what kind of take talk we can do. Are we going to do it. Then it's a plug story. What do we do both of them. Sit on the living room floor. There watching tick talks from other people who enough this one in. Almost all those weird funny. I think we should make dance. Tick talk. island says to her brother isaac. Yes let's do that okay. I step i step is we need to pick a song. And after going through many different options they decide one song that anybody next step is to create a crazy dance isaac and isla practice and practice and practice until they get their dens moves. Perfect okay. I think we're ready for the next step. We can record the tick-tock well. Can you help us record of course again. Are you ready. Then countdown with me in three two one. Let's go that moment. The music comes on isaac and start dancing fifty seconds later. Did take talk is recorded. this is so funny. I listened to isaac. Let's post it. So mum hits post and at the same time. Mom says guys go wash your hands your face. We're getting ready for dinner that evening. The whole family is having dinner together. They're having their favorite food. They're eating strawberry peanut butter spaghetti yummy when during dinner. Mom's phone starts getting notifications at first just one and then one more than one more one more one more one more. Whoa what is this. Mom says i think my new phone must be broken already. Know is success. Those are notifications from take tuck. Luke mom so many people are liking our video. Whoa i lied. Joins and together. They just keep on refreshing to screen and the number of views goes higher and higher and more and more people are watching. How am i supposed to go to sleep tonight. If my phone keeps on beeping mom says sick and isla just started laughing speaking of bedtime. You need to go to bed. So isaac an island go upstairs. Get ready for bed. When mum comes by one more time to say good night the next morning isaac and wakeup sober early. They walked to mom's bedroom to see if she's awake and she is. She's laying in bed on her phone. Oh good that you're awake. I could not sleep. My phone kept making noise the entire night. Come here as she opens up the tick tock app isaac island mom stare at the dock app and they can not believe there is one million views one million legs in the one million comments on there every i take video. Whoa we totally just went viral on tick-tock talk but not going to end today's episode. Please do share this with all your friends and your family. I hope you had fun. Join me in the next adventure. And if you want me to create a story just for you and simply ask any grownup to get in touch now before end. Today's episode. i want you to know that next week is super story week every day. A brand new story so make sure to listen every single day next week because it's going to be amazing so without being set. I wish you good night sweet dreams. If you're not going to sleep. I wish you own amazing day. See you in the next adventure..

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"belise" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:41 min | 4 months ago

"belise" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"And i thought we play. I am ago. Remember all the voting really made you cry. I knew fire. I could take a commie states. Unweakened this great nation fouroux january man. You schubert with the election we deliver. Of course you know. We cheated piles of drunk votes. Were deleted remember. If i cry when i went my bands and then let them dry something. Shut up deep inside because democracy Six democracy died the grad game. Running trump was stunning. They stole a him inside and then marlborough boys' committed genocide. At least that's the way. I'm telling it just like all the nazis to look. Did you break the window. I in some trump supporter left her purse. The capital belise told me so now did you run off with the boediono. If so the bad was really dumb when we catch you. You're gonna be real glum flu. I know that you're in love with trump. Because i hear you talking about ballot dumps the dams can never lou control all the new. We made a big deal out of nothing much. Going at insurrection was genius touch but we knew we got some love the day dumas crecy started singing on six. Our democracy died. The crowd came. Running trump was stunning. The podium inside and then all boys committed genocide. at least. that's telling it just like oh the nazis. Now you could talk because she's.

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"belise" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"belise" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Can't do that. I order something from the us on for you twit. You know what i'll just i'll just do. I'll don't need away about all john mcafee. It was breaking news. I think on wednesday he Is was held since october in a jail in barcelona held for extradition to the united states where he's being charged with tax evasion Word came down from a spanish court that he would be extradited several hours later. He was dead found dead in his cell in a prison near barcelona seventy five years old He actually was arrested in barcelona october. As he was on the run from belise authorities wanted to question him about the murder of his neighbor. Well his his his wife janice mcafee just held a press conference. She said john was not suicidal. She somehow blame united states authorities for this tragedy. I'm not sure exactly how You may remember when he was arrested in october. He tweeted hey. This is great jail. I like the people. Food is if i ever commit suicide. No it's more of an epstein thing wasn't me that's also lead to To a little conspiracy theory. We're left with just two words. What's that cetacean conspiracy cetacean. Those are wales wales.

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Stop Self-Criticizing, Start Meditating by Crystal Fenton

Optimal Living Daily

04:49 min | 1 year ago

Stop Self-Criticizing, Start Meditating by Crystal Fenton

"Stop self criticizing. Start meditating by crystal fanton with mind body. Wise dot com admitted. You've been there acting as your own worst critic by doubting yourself as a writer and yoga instructor. I can attest to the idea. That perfectionism is indeed the enemy of the pen and of the self. So what do you do when you just can't seem to quiet that negative inner voice. Recent research shows learning how to meditate. Can't help practitioners guided meditations such as the loving kindness. Meditation have been shown to increase self compassion while decreasing self-criticism according to the experts meditation including mantra meditation lessons the extremities of negative thoughts changes patterns of belief and facilities learning how to forgive yourself. Meditation helps us avoid going down the rabbit hole of self critical thoughts as the act of coming back to the attention on the breath halts the process of criticism in its path says rachel schenken of mind body. Wise science supports this as shinkin explains for my neuropsychologist and scientific perspective neurons in the brain that fire together wire together quote breaking the cycle of self criticism by using the breath as an anchor also breaks self critical neurotransmitters from continuing firing together. Thus short-circuiting the brain self criticism mechanism. That may have once been on. Autopilot men quote. Dena kaplan founder of meditation community. The path belise. Meditation is extraordinarily powerful for self critical thoughts in three ways. The first is when you sit the critical voice in your head becomes quieter your mind spins less quickly and enters a feeling of calm and spaciousness kaplan tells rewire me. Second is powerful to become proud of yourself that you're taking the time to go deeper into the self decrease confidence that quells. Your critical side knows caplin third. Meditation gives you the power to make changes quote. It gives you in to see what's not serving you in the tools to choose to change those aspects of your personality and his way it helps us develop into the best version of ourselves and quote quite the body. calm the mind meditation. The simple act of bringing focused awareness to breath while in stillness calms essential nervous system and physical body while relaxing. The mind we the only animals who can consciously control our breath and this ability allows us to have a level of self management over our bodies and minds that no other living being can do says schenken quote. Meditation allows us to be responsive instead of reactive and challenging situations as trains our entire system to equilibrate even when we are not in our practice of meditation and quote. Remember that meditation is not the act of clearing the mind or thinking nothing rather it is the practice of continually bringing the wandering. Mind back to the breath over and over and over again with as little judgment and as much compassion as possible. According to kaplan our brains before trained are scattered with thoughts each second of every day once. You start meditating. A number of those thoughts come out so when you go about your day your mind is more settled and actually feels more clear. She says quote you become more open to learning new things and listening to and focusing on other people when they speak and quote. Meditation and action starts simple by downloading an app shinkin recommends insight timer or head space offering both silent and guided meditations. Find quiet space where he can take a comfortable seat. Turn on the meditation or timer rest hands comfortably in your lap. Sit as tall and vertical in the spine as he can and close the is softened all the muscles in your face and belly breathe in and out through your nose follow either. The instructions of the guided or silent. Meditation counting your breasts up to five and then began. If you lose count start over again schenken also recommends using a mantra meditation practice quote since letting go goes one of the most challenging things we face as human beings. One of my favourite standby mantras is to mentally. Say the word. Let on my inhale and go on sale. This is repeated over and over when my mind wanders my bring it back and continue until the timer goes off and quote. Beginners should start with an amount of time. That is sustainable. Try meditating three to five minutes every day of the first week then slowly build the amount of time. each week

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Black Lives Matter In Belize

Latino Rebels Radio

07:03 min | 1 year ago

Black Lives Matter In Belize

"Once again, this is Oscar Fernandez today on the show we put the spotlight on Belize and how the black lives matter movement shines a light on how believes is history has been excluded from Central American history, and so we're joined today by Nicole Ramsey who's a Candidate in a Department of African. American and African Diaspora studies at UC Berkeley she has an article that came out last month in medium entitled as Remind Central America to think outside the box she joins us today over the phone. Welcome to show Nicole Ramsey. Thank you for having me. Excited to be here is good to have you with us. I couldn't my introduction brief because actually pulled it from your article regards to Belize Central America. Once again, the Arctic was entitled Belise Remind Central America to think outside the box and when the central arguments you make in your article is that the black lives matter movement and I took this directly from your article shines a light on how belise history has been excluded from Central America. So, with that in mind, let me just go right there to the beginning and ask if you could elaborate and state your argument by what you mean by the black lives matter as pertains to beliefs which in turn pertains to Central America. Yeah for sure. So what envisioning what I was in? When I came up with the article title you know those with everything that's going on. There's been a lot of discussion and in terms of black lives matter and what that means for black population living outside the US I find a lot of conversations especially. I'm really interested in like conversations that happen online. I was really I guess interested in how people were conceptualizing black lives matter as mostly an African American movement which you know there's a particular history and reasoning of why how black lives matter came in to being. particularly in the US. but it was it was just very interesting to see how mostly folks from Latin America. Caribbean. Europe other places. Outside saw that as distance from what was going on in their particular countries. So. In the case, of Central, America you know black lives have always mattered. There's always been struggles of On, the ground with black people fighting again, know the colonial administration and anti-black midst especially what's going on with Garifuna communities across central? America. So that's what I was thinking about. That's what I had in mind when I, came up with this article and it was just kind of talk about it later too because it's kind of like this long history of exclusion in the region and the region and how people conceptualize Central America so I thought in order for us to. Even. Delve into what You, know black lives. Matter Movement Looks Central America certainly have to acknowledge. Black Communities and black histories in the region I. so that's kind of where I was getting at and I'm a fan of history off it's kind of like a title things together. Absolutely we just had a show last week on the Gutty Funez on Duras and in a large way they play a central role. Belize as well. So we'll get to them once again during the course of the conversation. But with that said, there are other groups that make Belize very complex as far as this community is concerned, there's some other groups that need to be recognized. So I wonder if you could also explain the complexity of the Afro Belizian community in believes because not every black person in Belize is necessarily a Gutty Fuda, their other complexities and needs to be addressed here. Correct. Yes for sure. And that's even including myself I'm not guarantee now I'm what you would consider creole. So depending on. The vantage point, but you look at central. America play believes etc. Gua. Even think accent complaints with endurance creole just like black. Identity of black population mixture of blackness feeding back to the enslavement of large populations in the business. So thinking about that identity in believes to historic. Black Group are black creoles. And the Afrin Vision is getting food and I say black correal's because it's. It's common to meet somebody blond-haired blue-eyed of like, who visually looks why to also call themselves. And it's also the language that they also speak in believe. So there's a lot of complexity there and fusion So I really like to say black creoles because also like the history of creoles and believe ties back to kind of that enslavement period. And of course. When I was there last full for feel work you have legal whole bunch of other. black groups that are that have been in believe for quite some time you have like a very Pan Caribbean. migration and group within believe. So you can meet somebody from Jamaica. You can meet somebody from Barbados Trinidad. So that's also present there. and then recently you have a lot of immigrants from. The continent diamond a few people from Nigeria I. Think someone someone from Ghana, and then of course, from Haiti as well. considering migration Haitians to central. So there's like different levels of that. But in terms of like historic, it's black KRILL and offering digits Garifuna and I do like to. Talk about them within the compass of affable believers because there has been like a mixture between two. It's not unusual to meet somebody with a creole mother and A. Father vice versa So it kind of intertwined throughout but the cultures are very distinct and that's important to note they have a different history different time line of you know. Experience within the country which kind of work to conceptualize how they're viewed within beliefs but I think that's very important to also considering language racial formations. So yeah.

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High drama at UK Supreme Court in Brexit challenge case

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:38 min | 2 years ago

High drama at UK Supreme Court in Brexit challenge case

"Today. The Supreme Court has begun considering whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson Spro Gang King of parliament was unlawful possession. We'll take a number of days to hear all sides but Stephanie Bolts in just come from the court itself Stephanie. What can you tell us so far. Whether hearing started this morning so there is a it's a it's a very early stage. What was interesting was more. It was happening outside it. So the Supreme Court is situated just opposite the house parliament's in the heart of Westminster and there was a lot of protesters in front the court and the protests were split as the country so there were one half of the protesters saying we need these courts to defend democracy call parliament back so parliament couldn't do their work and scrutinize brexit and there were the other ones who was saying actually what does are doing is trying to undermine democracy because they want to to to be to our brexit vote so anyway you go in this country. It's split this court. Case is being follows around the World Stephanie. What what does he mean for the way Britain is being viewed international. Well I think there is of course the big big big big question of if the courts decide and we do not know any way what way the court will decide whether whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson has lied to the Queen and if that would be the result of the hearing at the Supreme Court if he would have to resign nine so this is a major political and therefore so constitutional question on crisis that this country would fall into the REX's cut crisis bad enough so that will be just another crisis on top of it. I know you follow international presence. Well obviously rush press for example. How how is this being viewed internationally well. I don't get the impression that it's reflecting very well on the state of British politics the UK was already getting a very bad press internationally generally because of the mass over brexit. I think it was less. The fact that the opinion was polarized than the fact ah the the British really weren't getting their act together and the thing is that as seen from abroad before all this I think the UK had a certain reputation if not for doing things in sort of very orderly way for getting things done under the system allowed things to be to be be done because it was quite flexible compared with other countries with written constitutions solutions and very set ways of doing things the idea was the U. K. was relatively flexible and so it could it could get around things that other countries couldn't necessarily get around now. This has been completely exploded and the result is that I think we're being regarded. If I see the mood as a as going from one of disbelief at the start after the referendum vote through a degree of anger that the British weren't getting getting their act together now to almost writing us off dismissively when they're not laughing at US Boris Johnson on his government have been testing testing the limits of law. Do you think marry there is still something positive and all this. Do you think prison can learn something from all these there. The positive aspects of us in the future rules are going to be hopefully clearer well. I think this already quite a lot of pressure in certain quarters four having a complete eight rethink of the non written constitution of maybe having some sort of constitutional assembly and considering putting things down in black and white like of course most countries have but I think one of the biggest changes which is really demanded from all this is less to do with that than to do with our electoral system because at the moment we have we have complete conflict between the party system which isn't reflecting opinion in the country trey at large but it seems to me that any pressure is coming from the towards the possibility of written constitution rather than coming for or an overhaul of the electoral system to make it more representative well. We'll be definitely following that story over the coming days but meanwhile Boris Johnson undertook aortic believe belise equally humiliating trips to Luxembourg yesterday he's arrival was met with anti brexit protesters and Kuhlman as it in Johnston shying dying away from a podium speech alongside Luxembourg Prime Minister Zowie battle. Here is some of what Bethel had to say on the typical. The people need to know what is going to happen to them. In six weeks time they need clarity. They need certainty and they need stability. You you can't hold the future hostage for party. Political gains so now it's it's on Mister Johnson he holds the future all UK citizens and every use it it isn't leaving the UK has it's his responsibility your people our people count on you but the clock is ticking. Use Your time wisely.

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"belise" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"belise" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"All that we still did nine moves in eight years, which. It was moving a lot. Yes. Which I enjoyed it wasn't that people think. Oh, god. That's terrible. It was fun. Yeah. Where you're at and one onto. Exactly. You, you know, it's my wife and I always joke around people meet us and they're all my God. Your wife is a Saint for her to put off all that garbage. It's like, well, you know, our lifestyle doesn't suck now. So it's, you know where things have changed. We're Emily L David you jumping here. Second to them. We awaited the boat. He's where did living on the boat for three months come in into the store. I'm just curious like where that was that. And you can explain what that was sure. Yeah. So almost five years, into my sales business things were getting a little intense as far as hours, worked stress level by the rentals and all that. And we had set in my wife and I like to travel a lot. We want to travel whole lot more than we do. And we started looking at properties to buy our country. We looked at Mexico and all their laws down there. We considered Belise Nicaragua Dominican Republican. We started looking at, you know, as a foreigner buying property down there and started digging into that, and almost every resource, we dug into. To I mean, there's even one book my brother-in-law read that said, if you're not, okay. Losing one hundred percent of your money, close the book and don't even finish right now. And the risk tolerance standpoint of that crap. I'm yeah. I'm not okay with that. So the risk Howard standpoint was part of it, and I thought, well, man, if we buy a property out of the country when you get really sick when they're pretty quick, you know, my wife and I we like moving around quite a bit. And we like exploring different areas, and we didn't want to have just one place, and then online. I found some family that was living on a boat when you was just starting to gain traction. Wow, that's pretty cool. So we set a goal like, hey, it'd be pretty awesome to live on about someday. And before we really cemented that goal. We thought we should take it for test drive. So in two thousand twelve like I said, five years of the business we were at. Five or six properties at that point, we decided to take a little sabbatical, which started out we're going to take a week off, which that's gonna be vacation. We'll feel like life. It won't be real. Yeah. Let's see two weeks. And then we talk guy, we're talking to let's how about a month. We ended up leaving for three months. And we flew into Trinidad just authentic Waylon sailed all the way through the Caribbean. BVI's US v is Spanish Cleber AL that an ended in San Juan and it doesn't suck. You know as far as a test drive in our travel goal with our family, because we have children now. Cemented in our minds..

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News in Brief 11 June 2019

UN News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 11 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in New York Security Council members issued a statement on Monday offering their full support to the UN special envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths, after he was reportedly criticized by the government of the war ravaged country. A fragile ceasefire has largely held in and around the keyboard city of data since the signing of the Stockholm agreement last December the accord is seen as a first move to brokering a lasting peace between opposition who teas and the Saudi led international coalition backing the government in these Security Council statement members gave their unequivocal backing to Mr. Griffiths and called on the parties to engage constructively and continuously with these special envoy in a related development, the UN political and peace building affairs chief, Rosemary, dicarlo, met Yemeni President at rob Amancio Hattie in the Saudi capital Riyadh. They discussed the work of the Yemen envoy, and the way forward for advancing the fridge. Al ceasefire accord, and for returning to dialogue to reach a political solution to the white a conflict, according to a statement attributed to miss dicarlo the discussions were described as productive and miss dicarlo thanked president had for his government's commitment to full implementation of the Stockholm agreement fundamental change to the world of working polluting and e you wide minimum wage is needed to address the growing gap between society's haves and have nots French president Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday in a speech at the international labor organization's Santini conference in Geneva. mR Macron insisted that the accumulation of wealth in the hands of the few from globalization had created a law of the jungle. This had opened the door to damaging, nationalism, xenophobia and disillusionment with democracy. He said also at the Isla conference. German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Member Sates to step up the fight against child labor of the one hundred fifty two million children forced to work globally. Some seventy three. Million were involved in hazardous activities. She said in support of Ireland's initiative to end the scourge globally by twenty twenty five and finally a landmark ruling by Botswana's high court that scraps laws against same sex relationships has been welcomed by you and human rights, top official, Michelle Basch, let in a statement on Tuesday, the U N, High Commissioner underlined that the high court had unanimously found sections of the penal code to be unconstitutional, and a violation of human rights such discrimination has impacts that go far beyond arrest and detention miss Bachelet said, noting that the criminalization of lesbian gay bisexual and transgender people could lead to them being denied health care, education, employment and housing, but swan as decision follows similar action in nine other countries in the past five years, including Angola, Belise India, and Trinidad and Tobago in Kenya last month. However, a similar constitutional challenge to overturn laws that discriminate against the. Lgbtq community was unsuccessful Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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"belise" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"belise" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"I think that's I think just you just came across a dick on. I'm either. Guess what? Everything you wished you wish to could be when he was when he first given that you have seen on. I wanna be I made this joke loop before I wanna be there. You know, you know, Nike sponsor on you know, you to God all that kind of thousand literally used and in crashing, and you know, Royds and hide under the cage, and blah, blah, blah, all that kind of. And guess what? I was a fan UFC ninety four. I watched him from born. I'm like holy smoke is amazing Conan arresting like that. Because I'm told that guy. He just came across. Piece of dick. And for me. I don't like bullies. I detest Belise. So is gonna get this work. What not until I am ready now until I'm ready to give him this work. And I not Detroit I could fly them right now. Now, give him work. Will I wanna fight it when I know I can. I'm still learning. My God game is still getting ready. If you must stand up honesty stand up to me look away for against Smith out of line. Smith will look at what he's like. No. No, thanks. But. This way right now. He's the best. Right, right. Maybe maybe Rick, sir. Maybe so I'm play one ease. The Boston the final game in the game. The final boss. I still go some people to be some some buses to be in between in let we defend my belt a few times. I don't have to do this over twelve or sixteen flight, title, run, whatever I don't want that. Let me just beat all the top middleweights in my division other relevant once just once and then move for super fight with John Jones. But he's trying to ease. A smart guy. He like he's started this because he knows I'm Brett any. No like, I said, I'm everything looked even after I did what I did last year. He came out and said, I wanna be active champion now. I wanna finally four or five times a year. Guess why? I guess why? Now, he's starting to be a little bit opened by his hiding in the way lives 'cause he's been watching me, you I told you before the for the you have C awesome UFC due to an interview. I said John like they keep watching me act like they can watch me. And they can know who I am. Now. They're watching studying what I'm doing because I'm doing. Everything right. Sort of what I'm doing a mile away. Anyway. So, yeah, he's trying to say all wanna be active champion, and he's trying to be a little bit more open about and still be fake because people could smell through the fakes that he was being a fake. You know, all I realize it's interesting. I wonder who made him the lead the. Yeah. Evidently tweets, you never delete tweets that you lose. If you say something standby. So what I read was something something some call me. Daddy, third the delete he deleted both. And then he said something like now, it is about you now because you said it's not about him. And no, we're gonna talk about you know, he said something after the fight as well. But the tweet is gone. What? On airplane. Go you guys got to go. You guys got to catch. A I don't wanna take up more time as you're the men. Thank you so much. Congratulations to fight again off what you did. Doing your thing. My man congrats always mad AAC respect you aerial in everyone of the game. I appreciate you. Kelvin Obama Michigan Calvin we'll see each other get you'll climb up the ranks probably the belt against you. But what we didn't do never take away from us. That's a movie type she had some rocky types. And thank you for being a great desk on the great south of the party would not shit that all the best. Save travels theories..

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"belise" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"belise" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Georgia is a place between mountains in the Black Sea. And they're known for being the first nation on earth to make wine. But now they wanna make wine on Mars, and they have a mild climate is perfect for vineyards. And it's developed a thriving wine tourism industry, but now the co founder of the project wants to develop grape varieties that will be able to grow on the red planet Mars. He says Georgians with first winemakers on earth. And now we hope to pioneer viticulture on the planet next door. So NASA has put out its feelers to the public and ask them to contribute ideas for sustaining human presence on Mars. So the group of Georgian researchers and entrepreneurs got together, and they wanna make the country's winemaking inter planetary not just on earth. But on earth. And on Mars in Georgians, the really good at making wine. They've been doing it for about eight thousand years longer than any nation. That's because our geologists they found traces of wine residue in each int- clay vessels. So they made this new project it's called IX millennium. And it's a reference to Georgia's long history of winemaking, and I ex millennium is managed by consortium set up by the Georgia space research agency, Belise business technology university, the national museum in a company called space farms now, the Saul might seem kinda crazy. You know might just seem like somebody's making up an idea for a book or something for a story, but people are actually working on this. They're taking the time out of their day. They're spending their own money. And they're hoping that this actually becomes a thing. Because NASA wants to send a manned mission the Mars in about twenty five years. Spacex who's Elon Musk company has set a goal. For about fifteen years. So let's just say, you know, say twenty five years say if NASA does the manned mission in twenty five years. What do you wanna drink on Mars? Do you want to drink water? Do you wanna drink soda or would you like to sit back sip a little bit of wine? You're hanging out on Mars, you're on the red planet. You're with your buddies who made the trip with you the long arduous journey. Do you wanna drink water or do you want to have a little civil line? Well. I think these Georgian people really want you to drink someone in there working on it. They have some breakthrough results in one of the scientists working on the project Astrobiologist is developing bacteria that can turn Martian soil into fertile soil. And researchers have already achieved a breakthrough in results with some foam Martian soil in their laboratory. So they're actually working on this stuff, and they collected bacteria from regions of Georgia with extreme ecosystems such as hot sulphur springs that may strains capable living in Martian conditions. So they're working on things on earth with bacteria that could be used on the red planet in what the bacteria would do is that they would transform the lifeless surface of Mars into fertile soil where the future Mars colonists would be able to cultivate. Plants now that introduces bacteria onto another planet. Most of the time you're not really supposed to be doing that. But maybe if you're going to survive at another planet. That's another thing, you know, if you want to survive in grow plants while not just wind, but if you wanna go plants that you can survive on then maybe we do need to do this in the future or find another way that doesn't use bacteria, and these scientists are also testing the skins of Georgia's five hundred twenty five grape varieties to see which are most resistant to the highest levels of ultraviolet radiation that hits the Martian surface in their preliminary results showed that a pale skinned variety of grapes, which is the popular variety of produces white wines with crisp green apple flavors is the best in all tra- violent race, so far so the founder of space farms company, which is part of the millennium project said in the. Distant future, Martian, colonists will be able to grow plants directly in Martian soil. But first we need to create a model of completely controlled sustainable Martian greenhouses, and they're not just doing things than a lab the building vertical farming laboratory a new laboratory, which is called the ideal technology for Martian Angra culture in the future in the plants will grow in a specificity located inside a hotel trendy hotel. I guess, and it's laid out in vertically stacked layers with carefully controlled temperature light in humidity. So the next step for these scientists is to grow their grapes in simulated Martian environment in a lab now under construction at the business technology university plants will be subjected to sub-zero celsius temperatures, high levels of radiation and carbon monoxide high-altitude air pressure. And they said they'll be able to. Identify breed food crops resistant to the problems caused by global climate change. So they're actually doing this. They're growing Mars, grapes growing grapes here that they could ship to Mars and make the wine sometime, hopefully, the science that they put together can help us grow plants on Mars as well.

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Georgia is trying to convince NASA to make WINE on Mars

SPACE NEWS POD

05:52 min | 2 years ago

Georgia is trying to convince NASA to make WINE on Mars

"Georgia is a place between mountains in the Black Sea. And they're known for being the first nation on earth to make wine. But now they wanna make wine on Mars, and they have a mild climate is perfect for vineyards. And it's developed a thriving wine tourism industry, but now the co founder of the project wants to develop grape varieties that will be able to grow on the red planet Mars. He says Georgians with first winemakers on earth. And now we hope to pioneer viticulture on the planet next door. So NASA has put out its feelers to the public and ask them to contribute ideas for sustaining human presence on Mars. So the group of Georgian researchers and entrepreneurs got together, and they wanna make the country's winemaking inter planetary not just on earth. But on earth. And on Mars in Georgians, the really good at making wine. They've been doing it for about eight thousand years longer than any nation. That's because our geologists they found traces of wine residue in each int- clay vessels. So they made this new project it's called IX millennium. And it's a reference to Georgia's long history of winemaking, and I ex millennium is managed by consortium set up by the Georgia space research agency, Belise business technology university, the national museum in a company called space farms now, the Saul might seem kinda crazy. You know might just seem like somebody's making up an idea for a book or something for a story, but people are actually working on this. They're taking the time out of their day. They're spending their own money. And they're hoping that this actually becomes a thing. Because NASA wants to send a manned mission the Mars in about twenty five years. Spacex who's Elon Musk company has set a goal. For about fifteen years. So let's just say, you know, say twenty five years say if NASA does the manned mission in twenty five years. What do you wanna drink on Mars? Do you want to drink water? Do you wanna drink soda or would you like to sit back sip a little bit of wine? You're hanging out on Mars, you're on the red planet. You're with your buddies who made the trip with you the long arduous journey. Do you wanna drink water or do you want to have a little civil line? Well. I think these Georgian people really want you to drink someone in there working on it. They have some breakthrough results in one of the scientists working on the project Astrobiologist is developing bacteria that can turn Martian soil into fertile soil. And researchers have already achieved a breakthrough in results with some foam Martian soil in their laboratory. So they're actually working on this stuff, and they collected bacteria from regions of Georgia with extreme ecosystems such as hot sulphur springs that may strains capable living in Martian conditions. So they're working on things on earth with bacteria that could be used on the red planet in what the bacteria would do is that they would transform the lifeless surface of Mars into fertile soil where the future Mars colonists would be able to cultivate. Plants now that introduces bacteria onto another planet. Most of the time you're not really supposed to be doing that. But maybe if you're going to survive at another planet. That's another thing, you know, if you want to survive in grow plants while not just wind, but if you wanna go plants that you can survive on then maybe we do need to do this in the future or find another way that doesn't use bacteria, and these scientists are also testing the skins of Georgia's five hundred twenty five grape varieties to see which are most resistant to the highest levels of ultraviolet radiation that hits the Martian surface in their preliminary results showed that a pale skinned variety of grapes, which is the popular variety of produces white wines with crisp green apple flavors is the best in all tra- violent race, so far so the founder of space farms company, which is part of the millennium project said in the. Distant future, Martian, colonists will be able to grow plants directly in Martian soil. But first we need to create a model of completely controlled sustainable Martian greenhouses, and they're not just doing things than a lab the building vertical farming laboratory a new laboratory, which is called the ideal technology for Martian Angra culture in the future in the plants will grow in a specificity located inside a hotel trendy hotel. I guess, and it's laid out in vertically stacked layers with carefully controlled temperature light in humidity. So the next step for these scientists is to grow their grapes in simulated Martian environment in a lab now under construction at the business technology university plants will be subjected to sub-zero celsius temperatures, high levels of radiation and carbon monoxide high-altitude air pressure. And they said they'll be able to. Identify breed food crops resistant to the problems caused by global climate change. So they're actually doing this. They're growing Mars, grapes growing grapes here that they could ship to Mars and make the wine sometime, hopefully, the science that they put together can help us grow plants on Mars as well.

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"belise" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"belise" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Day for Greg coach wants keeping track. I've only been on one. And I did the sucker move where I got to unlimited drink packages from me and my wife when I could just get one, and I can just finesses situation. Could you could what do you do you finesse a situation L, we'll a drink card? I mean, you got a job. It's all right to apologize men. I I switched it up a little bit. I was drinking a lot of crown Royal and diet coke, which is a Goto when I'm drinking a mixed drink cokes opposed to crown seven. Yeah. We hit the champagne bar you times. It was a nice time. Champagne vibes specified. Yeah. I can't believe that you're not like an excursion, man. I figure like me like to do things when you get off places like Saint Lucia, you go to see the donors or you go to like the volcano you take the mudbath on some as we do multiple excursion. But keep in mind, this was mostly a et seq rose where there was only one day on land of the four. And so that day we did. Take what amounted to a four four and a half hour excursion which eats up pretty much the whole day. But it was great. Have you ever been to Belise? I believe I have a crew Sally's UVA because I was setting you up, right? Then you know, it it on the second coconut chips and the caves that you go flooring spur lumping did this ship. Have a miniature golf course to go to. No, I never did. It did actually it. Did it also had shuffleboard is gonna wear, but I love shuffleboard. Why's that? We're I love a good shelf. I quite frankly, but you need to usually find like on one of the middle decks like on the side where the the lifeboats arts on the fourth or fifth level. You don't shuffleboard on a cruise. I didn't they have the option. But I don't know how to play shuffleboard. Wow. Oh, it's great. How what's a concept overrated? It's like curling curling curling. It's essentially there's like a triangle, and they have point totals on a certain you're knocking knock the other teams right things away. Whatever it's also a similar strategy to that game. I forgot the name where there's a little hole in the wood. And you try to throw a second means cornhole corn it is in terms of he can knock off corner gag, right? Yeah. I guess there are a couple of similarities I found the hierarchy here. So it's gold. That's three crews points is get you gold. Thirty crews points gets you platinum fifty-five gets you. Emerald eighty gets you diamond Greg where? Wow ways to go. I thought you kept saying emerald I was going to use Admiral. So then there's diamond plus which is one hundred seventy five cruise points and then seven hundred cruise for how many points pinnacle, plus get crews, or does it depend on the cruiser. You purchase. It depends on the cruiser you purchase. I believe I think it may have to do with days. But it can't be because platinum. Fifty five days. It depends on what you spend. Like, we, you know, we didn't have like a giant sweeter. Yeah. We had a suite that was above the regular room. So that balcony, of course. Yeah. I feel like you're you might be more than an emerald. You probably diamond you. Shack of all that like, yeah. I don't think he has any. They had a restructuring think with the point system recently. I'm not a hundred percent sure on this. Where like all of a sudden, you thought your this, and you became that? Because I think the points may have changed, but you seem to cruise maybe once a year you sneak so you sneak some booze and shame shampoo bottle. Is that what you do know, you know, good idea, though, good idea invented? That's whatever crews if you get the drink, Pat that's part of fence. That's a carnival move. That's not a Royal Caribbean move. Ooh. No offense. Mickey. I can't believe it that Gerald is presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets. Look here comes a one point seven percent decrease in finished.

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"belise" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"belise" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Logic. I agree with it. But I like seventy two percent. He's one hundred percent today. I'm not a math major. But free throw is good. It's not didn't work. You know, sometimes you just get into grew very competent at the line other nights when they bounce off start thinking. This one to put in Illinois up by eight again, ten twenty years ago, and he makes it. The moral of the story is try to avoid putting him at the free throw line. Bouncing against the pressure to top by Jordan. There's nowhere. Top handling. The ball is George drops back. Let's see if they come up with traffic with devante Williams. Top still with the ball right side line drives to the baseline puts up a jumper. Short rebound. Jordan tabby tried to a little too much. There's police pops. Right. Josh back left leaves it for Williams out front back to police law on the back. Your drives inputs up high off the window. Belise scored four straight. And he's got nineteen in the game that matches his season career high sixty two fifty two back to a ten point game. There is a foul. Hold on. Devante Williams off the ball. His third. And that's the fourth of July Taylor. Anthony Gaijin reared cop. Take a seat. Wildcats will inbound to the basket law to throw the law. Lobbing big as we have three point line. Sean, billy. Matched up on him here. Games versus where to the foul line kicks to the corner law for three no good. And the rebound Bichon Nashville. Here's Frazier accelerating. All the way the baseball gets talked. Frazier now to the free throw line. Well, you got to do. It's the ball in the back then walked yourself to the free throw line Taylor. The foul. His third. This police made a jump shot tonight. It seems like everything he's got jet the free throw line or at the. Yeah..

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"belise" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"belise" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"At twelve thirty he arrived at the deans in in boroughs answered the door in the nude. Investigators say there was a massage table, sex toys, drug paraphernalia, a music speaker in DJ lights in the room. The man says he and Burroughs began having sex and at one point boroughs escalated the encounter when he inserted a rock of meth into his own rectum moments later. Man says Burrows put on a painter's mask soaking Amil nitrite, otherwise known as poppers the man says Burrows told him he wanted to get high and loose. The man says he kept asking boroughs, if he was okay and Burrows responded. Yes. Until boroughs inserted a second rock of myth. The man says boroughs, then begin grunting and winning rolled boroughs over. He noticed vomit in the mask and Burrows was unresponsive. The man says he did a quick search for drug abuse hotline. They told him to call nine one one. The man says he did CPR until paramedics arrived boroughs was pronounced dead at a hospital in Glendale. The LA county coroner's report shows that Burrows had heart disease and enlarged heart liver and spleen and the toxic level of meth overloaded his party, oh vascular system. So what pushes a man husband and father like boroughs into a risky lifestyle? That ultimately leads to his death psychologists and mental health expert. Tony Belize told me there are three types of lives. People lead public private in secret. Believe says everyone can pretty much figure. Out a person's public or private life. But it's much harder. To gauge the secret life Belise says it's not surprising. There was kinky activity in the boroughs case because kinky usually goes along with secrets which was shame and guilt. Other experts say actions like Belise described eventually pushes people into behavior which is opposite of their daily lifestyle. Latest research says seventy percent of all men and fifty percent of all women are going to have an adulterous event at some point in their life. Dr C fantasies are often personal and secret, but they are not hazardous until the fantasies become reality in the case of boroughs. The man in the hotel room says the two of them had previously met for sex at least four times in Burrows. His wife told investigators that her husband used to go to clubs, but he told her he didn't do that anymore. Burroughs his wife also said she didn't think her husband abused drugs or alcohol, but he may have used drugs recreationally.

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"belise" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

Jenna & Julien Podcast

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"belise" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

"Song voice. Leave him alone. Gem pleaded Belise for the love of God. He needs to adjust to his new house. We had gotten home, and I was sticking my head into his pet transporter cage farther than he could stand. Finally, he gained enough to creep out of his cage naturally. The first thing. I did was sit down and observe him. He sniffed it marked everything. As time went on. We found out that he was allergic to beef. And he was lactose. But we found out we found that out the hard way I wanted badly to name him daisy. But we wound up naming him. Look at this word, Benito. Benzion Bumba Leany my God. Or Benny for short today. He's an annoying stupid lousy. No good. Taking spoiled brat. But I love you. I'm not making what it says, the very end you just go fucking him. The last sentence. I gotta say like you're writing is impressive for twelve years old. I feel like you do good job of telling it how it is. Even when you're telling how annoying you're being in the story. And you're you're very descriptive. It's good thinkings. Good story. Yeah. That cat hated us. Same benny. Absolutely. Hated something that you said that was really funny. Sing song voice. I love that. My because I home to sing song voice, really. Really? All right onto the the most embarrassing are here, we go. This is a letter to Santa I thought it had more of these. Okay. So this one this one clearly says in my mom's handwriting, I will not speak rudely to my mother. And then I filled up the entire piece of paper. I will not speak rudely to my mother Bergson style. Simpson's. Okay. This is a letter to Santa this was written in nineteen ninety seven. So it's who it's in cursive. The most useless skill. You ever learned in school? I like Chris fan raided. But it never never became necessary to know. Yeah. It never really took off point actually like they would promise that you would be pretty much screwed without curse. And no point. Is you ever need it again signature, whichever one? Are you knew how to do? God is spent so much time struggles trying to make cursive happen, right? Fourth grade. Teachers like back off I wanna write how I write. Cursive, just looks nasty. So I was eleven I guess, dear Santa. I'm so glad it's crossed out. Finally spelled incorrectly. Finally christmas. I know that you and your Elf's works so hard exclamation point since I know that you will get tired and will need your nourishment. Please accept these cookies we have to offer you. I'm sorry that we did not bake these cookies or even buy them the gift to us from the Schwab's har- friends that are. Regal into Santa be like one of our neighbors gave us Christmas cookies. So we just put them out for Santa's. Well, guilty conscience made you write that in a letter. You did not have to the Senate. He would never have known. They were from the Schwab's in. We did have cookies, but we gave them to our neighbors the middle cookies. Yeah. We always gave our neighbors cookies exchange cookies, they probably re gifted some years to say, the two probably hope. So the milk is one percent. I hope you don't mind. My brother Devon said the we should give you skim milk because you weren't too. Just such a rat. On your brother doesn't even help you. Oh, man. This is so terrible those issued if you like skim milk better there's some in the refrigerator, I have been very good this year, or at least I think so everyone else has been good this year to have a very very merry Christmas. Love Jenna Pius if any of your e reindeer, get hungry. There are carrots apples in the fridge. Doral really cute. Very cute. Yeah. I really just a rat. Well, you just you want everyone to know like what you are a part of and what you're not a part of because something's going on. And you you're not playing apartment you need them to know about it. You didn't suggest skim milk? Your brother did. Also, you just gave him free. Rein to go in your fridge..

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"belise" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

06:54 min | 3 years ago

"belise" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Coast to coast AM with Connie Willis and open lines as well. We are talking with Jim Penniston of the rental Shaam incident is new book coming out the rental sham a nigga. And I think we've got the rental Shaam down tonight. So Jim do you like to call James or Jim? Oh, I go by Jim. I mean, the James I have to say my name that way. But otherwise, it's Jim. Okay. I was hoping I wouldn't say throng the hotel my thought, well, you've just been very cordial to me let me do that. So that's good. So we got a lot of calls coming in our last segment here. So let me grab up. I know what this guy's go to ask them really excited about this wildcard line. Number four Bob at a New Jersey. Hi there. Bob. How are you? I'm fine. Thanks for taking my call. Looking forward to your question. I wanted to ask you've mentioned a couple of times seven coordinates, can you give us the seven locations on earth? Yes. What's interesting is one on? This is nuts twice. Okay. So once off the coast of Ireland near the medical. Area of hyper Zil, the other ones off Sedona, Arizona. The other one is off of Belise area. The other one is in Peru. Then the other one is the temple of Apollo and the Greek island and ask us, and then we have one Agiza, and then we have one in the middle of China. Interesting, and that's what popped up. Great question. Bob. Thank you very much. That's what popped up. It wasn't like forced into those areas. That's what the message came out. That's what the code was. Yeah. I mean, what's amazing is in because I even when the code was I was going to release the Kobe because I thought it was my my temporary insanity. But we were doing a film shoot down in Phoenix for ancient alien state loves this stuff. Did you and we're doing I was there with Linda bone hall, and John Burroughs, and I was in a break, you know, during the filming I was still sitting in his chair and John asks bought a date. And so I'm flipping through the notebook looking for a date, and I went back to far because I haven't stuck the, you know, the. The buying you know. Insanity was in the back of the book. And I flipped it. Open. The first page of the binary came up in the everybody was like all over the Linda and then John. Oh my God. That's binary code. This is what I suppose that was mentioned in the in the hypnosis. You know, I didn't know I didn't know that. And that's you know, they wanted to bring it forward, and I was hesitant about it nationally. Well, give me a few days with it. And let me think when I returned back to Chicago. I got a call from the producer Kim Suren from ancient alien. She works for me pictures, and she says. Is there any way we can get copies of the pages? This is sure. Decipher that's why I think you're wasting your time. And she's well, you know, it's not gonna hurt. Okay. And so I scan them and the symptoms of her. And then about two days later, she says I want you to come up online. You know, we did the. Call on and. And I says what's the deal is the there's a message that says, you gotta be kidding me. I said, no wages, Massachusetts. No. There's a necessary. And that's what they decipher this. Okay. And they went back and jobs a message, and then I sent. I had Linda. Asking about about the pages relentlessly for like four or five days. And finally said, okay. So the number of pages, I I gave for me. I faxed her eye scans at her. And she ran them down to a professor in Australia, and then the North Carolina one and. Also, I believe that what the Colorado. No, I the Colorado one. Okay. And so like a week later. I get a call from Lynda saying, oh my God. She says it says, you know, something. That's okay. I said what is the say install being exactly what the person that permits? You said tasks to do that interesting. Yeah. I said, oh, okay. And don't seem surprised as well. I just wanted to confirmation Aparicio's already ran it inserts exactly what you're saying. She wasn't happy that I rented two for Michio. But you know, I wanted to independent look at it. I mean, I I actually thought it was just gonna be rubbish. Hey, I wrote it on a table at two in the morning or whatever. I mean, like, no, I was worried about you know, any like rear assault right on the bathroom, y'all somewhere, quiet. Yeah. And the other thing is. I I mean, I really got pressured by them to release it in an ancient aliens episode, and I I just find financed it. Okay. We're gonna I'm gonna put it in the book. So might as well because. Okay. So. Yeah. So it gives us coordinates and it gives us messages of beginning to end of.

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"belise" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:53 min | 3 years ago

"belise" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Coast AM with Connie Willis and open lines as well. We are talking with Jim Penniston of the rental Shaam incident is new book coming out the rental sham a nigga. And I think we've got the rental Shaam down tonight. So jim. Do you like to call James or Jim? Oh, go by Jim. Unless the James I have to say my name that way. But otherwise, it's John. Okay. I was hoping I wouldn't say the wrong hotel, my thought, well, you've just been very cordial to me letting me do that. So that's good. So we got a lot of calls coming in our last segment here. So let me grab up. I know what this guy's going to ask. I'm really excited about this wildcard line. Number four Bob at a New Jersey. Hi there. Bob. How are you? I'm fine. Thanks to taking my call. Oh can forward to your question. I wanted to ask you've mentioned a couple of times seven sets coordinates, can you give us the seven locations on earth. Yes. What's interesting is one on this is much twice. Okay. So once off the coast of Ireland near. Area of hyper zeal, the other ones off Sedona, Arizona. The other one is off of Belise area. The other one is improve. Then the other one is the temple of Apollo in Greek island, and that's us, and then we have one Giza, and then we have one in the middle of China. Interesting. And that's what popped up. Great question. Bob. Thank you very much. That's what popped up. It wasn't like forced into those areas. That's what the message came out. That's what the code was. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, what's amazing is in because I even when the code was I was gonna release the Kobe because I thought it was my my temporary insanity. But we were doing a film shoot down in Phoenix for ancient alien. They loves this stuff. And we're doing social I was there with Linda bone hall, and John boroughs, and I was a break, you know, during the filming I was still sitting in this chair and John asks to bought a date. And so I'm flipping through the notebook looking for a date, and I went back to far because I haven't stuck the, you know, the. The buying. Insanity was in the back of the book. And I flipped it. Open. The first page of the binary came up in the everybody was like all over the Linda and. And then John. Oh my God. That's binary code. This is what oh I suppose that was mentioned in the in the office. You know, I didn't know that. I didn't know that. And that's you know, they wanted to bring it forward, and I was hesitant about it. Give me a few days with it. Let me think when I return back to Chicago. I got a call from the producer Kim Suren from ancient alien she works for permission specials, and she says is there any way we can get copies of the pages. Sure. On decipher what you're wasting your time. And she's well, you know, it's not gonna hurt. And I said, okay. And so I scan them and the symptoms of her. And then about two days later, she says I want you to come up online. You know, they did the. Call on and. Well, what's the deal is the there's a message that says, you gotta be kidding me. I said no way this semester. She she's no, there's a message, sir. And that's what they decipher Nestle. Okay. And they went back and jobs a message, and then I sent. I Linda ask about it about two pages relentlessly for like four or five days, and it, okay? So the the number of pages. I I gave for me. I faxed her eye scans at her. And she ran them down to a professor in Australia in North Carolina one. And also, I believe what the Colorado. No, I did the Colorado one. Okay. And so like a week later. I get a call from Lynda saying, oh my God. She says it says, you know, something. That's okay. What does it say install being exactly what the person that permits? You said tasks to do that interesting. Yeah. I said, okay. And don't seem surprised as well. I just wanted to confirmation as promiscuous already ran it. Insects xactly you're saying she wasn't happy that I rented to. Promiscuous? But you know, I wanna independent look at it. I mean, I I actually thought it was just gonna be rubbish. Hey, I wrote it on a table at two in the morning or whatever. I mean, like, no, I was worried about you know, any like career. Assault on the bathroom, y'all somewhere, quiet. Yeah. And the other thing is. I I mean, I really got a pressured by them to release it in an ancient aliens episode, and I I just find finally said, okay, we're gonna I'm gonna put it the book. So might as well. Okay. So. Yeah. So it gives us coordinates and it gives us messages of beginning to.

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"belise" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"belise" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Which may be that of Marx angles towel atrocity. You name it. They don't know what they're doing. And they don't know where it leads. They don't know history. And they are condemned to repeat it, but I'm not going along with them. Which is why I detest them. I'm not gonna let insane people lead me to my own death. And I want to leave it at that. For the moment. I don't have to sit here and get angry. And it's just what I do for twenty some odd years. It's on how I get things for this program. Very odd. I as you know, I'm a collector of less Pulitzer. I'm interested in art. So I subscribe to various art sites this came to me from an art site, and they're selling paintings that depict this white slave trade. And I didn't know anything about a truthfully. I didn't I thought I was sort of educated in this area. But it shows you how blank on is in so many areas, and all you gotta do is listen to Sean Penn or any other Hollywood illiterates who went to the high schools are performing ought to realize how illiterate illiteracy really can be most of us never heard the white slave trade war over a million white Europeans would take into slavery. Yes. We were quite shocked we discovered this as well. The Barbary coast. It was known lay along the shores of North Africa, predominantly included, the ports of Sally robot, ALgeria, Tunis and Tripoli. The name was derived from the Berbers who inhabited the region and Barbary corsairs pirates roamed the Mediterranean Sea in Atlantic Ocean with impunity to the point where at their peak in the seventeenth century, many Mediterranean coastal villages in Spain, France, Italy were totally abandoned you hear this sounds like what's coming today from the invasion from the invasion all refugees Belise leads in. So we can rape your daughter, and rob yo you rob your seconding in those days they rate, and then they took what they're getting today for free because people like Angela Merkel Hillary Clinton, I'll be right back. Join the Savage Nation..

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"belise" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"belise" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"A fish fishbone fishing Belise Fisher Bonefish in the Bahamas. Okay. But whatever did it moved on to other things. But Rena damn that is pretty cool, man. Do it's like makes me wanna go back because you write about it. But we haven't talked about this. But you write about it very beautifully. I can tell I can see you struggle as a poet and writer Frank because you're trying to mix you're putting a poetic sensibility into certain passages. But also, there's a journalist sensibility in those two things are not always dancing. Nice there on that always like dance and nice. No, handsome, dirty point take the writing both finish the pointer. You're sending people down there by writing beautifully about a place that you feel could potentially be destroyed. People going down there. Now, you're setting up a real conundrum. It's the thin edge of the wedge, right? Yeah. I know it's I think, you know, a place like deep water cay has been developed to the extended it can be developed, and it sounds like the money was pulled. No one's going to be able to build fifty houses any more that that's kind of a pipe dream. But I do think about that. I've never written one. Fishing piece on Montana that even remotely refers to a body of water that you could locate in fact, I try to obscure it as as best as possible, right? I try to. Hooper? You know, I. L obscure it as best possible hunting hunting pieces in the same way. But back to your notion of the kind of poetic Cise journalism or whatnot. When I showed David James Duncan in early draft of this is a real good friend of mine, probably won't my first readers. His main the main strip came back and every now, and then he would write this acronym which stood for poet colon. Right pros. Exclamation point. So. Did take me a long time to try to weed myself out of the impulse to? To poetic Cise on the it really didn't need to be politicized bitter because our. Are you bitter because you just can't make poetry pay? Oh, no took you know, a male because one cannot make court porno. That's why that's why poetry. There's a great guy. Clark song about that. Right. That's what keeps the poet free. I forget what the actual line is. But no poetry's not supposed to pay its it's below money. It's above money. It hovers in either from mantis is love making. That phase. In the right field. It'd make facts cost me some money. But so you don't. Do you still write poems avenue book coming out in March called ragged anthem? It actually has there's there's there's three hunting poems in it. I try to remember because you were wants to tell you that you didn't like the mix fish, and then poem. No, there's actually went back, and look there's there's one poem in there. The last poem book is it's not a fishing pole. But it is a poem that has a brook trout in it. That's actually grabbed by hand and eating over a stick fire. It's you know, you can you can save on poetry. Everybody's gonna just turn their phones off. Let me let me rip poetry. And you tell me who said, okay. There are strange things done in the midnight sun by the men who moil for gold. Pop service robbers sir relation Sam McGee. Okay. All right. You got me. Rip out another one. Okay. How was the hunting? Hunter bold, brother. The watch was long and cold who. Bob service, now, let's Kipling. Okay. Group online poetry. Oh, man. You know yesterday was Harrison's birthday. He has a great line from a poem called cabbage. If only I had the genius of a cabbage or even an onion to grow myself and their laminate from the holy core. That speaks the final shape though. Yeah. Show. Yeah. Well, you know, you mentioned gear Ocoee was sweet this book. He I'd never met him before I grown up reading him. You know, I read everything I could. And then my publicist called me up in November right after the book came out and said, you know, a guy named John guy rich. I said have what some writer John guy said John Kira? She said, yeah, you better check the Wall Street Journal. He just wrote a review body of water. So he had he'd written a of UD this quote on the back of the book..

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"belise" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"belise" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I saw a headline today that I wanted to track down pricey where I think it was on was on the drudge report at one point. They were saying how Americans are now starting to go for station wagons over SUV's. I'm pretty sure I'm not imagining this. And I think this is really exciting because I had in college. My parents gave it to me. It was a wood-paneled Roadmaster Buick station wagon the Roadmaster which had a think seventy five thousand miles on it when I took it up to school. Yes. Rich richer here, you go this from Bloomberg richer Americans are skipping SUV's for station wagons. That's pretty amazing and sort of interested to see how this is changing up here. So the wagons coming back, and yes, as you know, my car in college, we called it, the shangen wagon is there was definitely no shangen if you were driving that wagon. I wonder if anyone listening to the show actually has a Roadmaster. I think they're they're almost like collectibles now because they're very it's very rare to find one on the road these days because they would have been there going on twenty plus years old. Alright roll-call enough of my my nonsense about station wagons. I got I got excited though because wagons are back, and I I have and will always have a fondness for the station wagon. Paul writes. If the production team behind the glass stayed later, you could run the same telephone number for the freedom podcast. Keep up the great job. Shields high. Well, Paul I'm down to figure out a way to get more people in on air. However, I can whenever I can. So whatever we can do to facilitate that definitely up for and, but I cannot we cannot interfere with producer, Mike or DJ John's social life. So that means exactly Dijana Greece. So that means that we need to make sure that we find a way probably to earlier in the day. Not later in the day, the show ends up. Pretty late Ron writes Brazil's, new leader wants to ease gun laws. Supporters are ready and training year. Ron I've seen this that that Brazil, which hasn't astronomically high crime rate. Specifically murder rate, which is this is a big problem in Latin America now across the board, not all Latin American countries, but a lot of the worst places for criminal violence instead of say a civil war or an active combat situation. But for criminal violence are found in Latin America, there's a lot of Mexico Venezuela, Brazil, I watched a bit of this documentary on who's the McAfee John McAfee and how he went down to Belise and built this compound and hired local thugs to be his security guards. I didn't even finish little thing. But I didn't know that it gets really dark bullied had one of the highest at least when he was living there one of the highest murder rates per capita in the world, which I did not know, so I'll Salvador Honduras these are plays Honduras from regular very high murder rate. I think I'll Salvador's is still very high. I know this is very. Hi. So Brazil is thinking about making it easier for people who are law abiding to have guns now that if you have read and believe the thesis of more guns less crime ridden by John lot. There's a lot of reason to believe that this may be effective. This may actually be what's at least one way of of helping the situation David rights book shields. I just listen to Friday's episode on podcast. If you want some good conservative movies, you need to rethink the dark Knight trilogy from the billionaire rich kid who actually does care about other people and puts his resources to better than a better use than taxes to the Marxist class struggle slogan, throwing villain in rises who is really trying to destroy the community..

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"belise" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"belise" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"I mean, it seems that way but to be fair, I'm pretty sure the ven diagram of, you know, shrill women offended by gay marriage and people who still buy Barbies for their kids is a circle he's out market share. So here's the reaction. We got from the Christian media hub life site news, quote, homosexual celebrations celebrations, they're going to be they're going to be coming to toils nationwide and Belise somebody do that. Hey is parties you could possibly put together and some toy isles that would be amazing heath. I I gotta tell you. I think you are underestimating how Gaya party, I can imagine. I don't think I am. I really don't. I am challenge accepted. See you at target. Wink, got it. Continuing homosexual celebrations are coming. If Mattel accepts a proposal to produce sets of same sex wedding dolls, and by the way, wedding was in quotes, this despite that whole thing with the supreme court ruling, I guess it's like, you know, Friedman blacks would be in quotes when they described the African. Well, it's okay here. We have a grown man who's rages calculated to say no uncertain terms that when he plays with Barbie dolls. He plays with them. Heterosexually david. What is the points? And continuing the quote, one more time lefty types seem to have an obsession with molding the kiddos to do their bidding way to make the gift all about yourself chief it literally says chief somebody. Maybe I'll follow suit and give everyone a stocking full of guitar strings handgun, ammo and beef jerky. What you know things. I like I would have been my guesses of things that I'm I'm biased to be the lifting. Article. I right. Is choices of gifts that he would like are very intentionally screaming? I'm angry about boy does kissing in a manly way a manly way with him. Beef. Yeah. So bottom line if Christian people are this offended by a depiction of the mere existence of gay people. I think we need to get some aggressively sexual gay dolls into the toy stores to hospital blanket party party doesn't matter. What we're talking about that always he's conclusion. That's that's the bottom line. Just engender. That's my pin tweet. Yeah. Top line too. And finally tonight we have a story about music for Christians to play during Christian sects. And if you're anything like me your first thought when you heard that was oh good. Maybe it's a meditation mantra compilation that you're says get consent get concerned. Over and over grownups, only grownups. But sadly, no, it's neither of those things. It's an album of bible friendly Christian. Fuck songs by gospel, artists Tamla men and her husband, David Mann. And apparently, it's meant for Christian couples who want intimacy without tasteless lyrics. I can see the title now girl, I'm going to you know, it'll be fun. I. I'm sorry. But this is the kind of product you could only think the world needs. If you've never fucked to the mighty mouse theme that is a fuck and wholesome song and the rhythms just right in here. I do now. So the men's are African Americans who don't seem to be aware of the biblical stance on their existence. They also seem unaware that. They look like a geriatric version of the Barbie dolls that never sell in whatever redneck town in Texas. They live in they're beautiful people is what I'm saying. They know they look like ceelo green is starring in a retirement homes production of the bodyguard. Beautiful people. Exactly. But their new album entitled us against the world is not beautiful..

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"belise" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"belise" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"I mean, it seems that way but to be fair, I'm pretty sure the ven diagram of, you know, shrill women offended by gay marriage and people who still buy Barbies for their kids is a circle he's out market share. So here's the reaction. We got from the Christian media hub life site news, quote, homosexual celebrations celebrations, they're going to be they're going to be coming to toils nationwide and Belise somebody do that. Hey is parties you could possibly put together and some toy isles that would be amazing heath. I I gotta tell you. I think you are underestimating how Gaya party, I can imagine. I don't think I am. I really don't. I am challenge accepted. See you at target. Wink, got it. Continuing homosexual celebrations are coming. If Mattel accepts a proposal to produce sets of same sex wedding dolls, and by the way, wedding was in quotes, this despite that whole thing with the supreme court ruling, I guess it's like, you know, Friedman blacks would be in quotes when they described the African. Well, it's okay here. We have a grown man who's rages calculated to say no uncertain terms that when he plays with Barbie dolls. He plays with them. Heterosexually david. What is the points? And continuing the quote, one more time lefty types seem to have an obsession with molding the kiddos to do their bidding way to make the gift all about yourself chief it literally says chief somebody. Maybe I'll follow suit and give everyone a stocking full of guitar strings handgun, ammo and beef jerky. What you know things. I like I would have been my guesses of things that I'm I'm biased to be the lifting. Article. I right. Is choices of gifts that he would like are very intentionally screaming? I'm angry about boy does kissing in a manly way a manly way with him. Beef. Yeah. So bottom line if Christian people are this offended by a depiction of the mere existence of gay people. I think we need to get some aggressively sexual gay dolls into the toy stores to hospital blanket party party doesn't matter. What we're talking about that always he's conclusion. That's that's the bottom line. Just engender. That's my pin tweet. Yeah. Top line too. And finally tonight we have a story about music for Christians to play during Christian sects. And if you're anything like me your first thought when you heard that was oh good. Maybe it's a meditation mantra compilation that you're says get consent get concerned. Over and over grownups, only grownups. But sadly, no, it's neither of those things. It's an album of bible friendly Christian. Fuck songs by gospel, artists Tamla men and her husband, David Mann. And apparently, it's meant for Christian couples who want intimacy without tasteless lyrics. I can see the title now girl, I'm going to you know, it'll be fun. I. I'm sorry. But this is the kind of product you could only think the world needs. If you've never fucked to the mighty mouse theme that is a fuck and wholesome song and the rhythms just right in here. I do now. So the men's are African Americans who don't seem to be aware of the biblical stance on their existence. They also seem unaware that. They look like a geriatric version of the Barbie dolls that never sell in whatever redneck town in Texas. They live in they're beautiful people is what I'm saying. They know they look like ceelo green is starring in a retirement homes production of the bodyguard. Beautiful people. Exactly. But their new album entitled us against the world is not beautiful..

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Tropical cyclone possible in Gulf of Mexico this weekend, National Hurricane Center says

America's Truckin' Network

02:53 min | 3 years ago

Tropical cyclone possible in Gulf of Mexico this weekend, National Hurricane Center says

"The way down into belise then eastward to the western tip of cuba it was dubbed invest ninety l several days ago by the national hurricane center which pretty much just means they're monitoring closely the situation for the next day the system's proximity to land and strong wind shear will not allow much of any development but this weekend the environment is going to become more favorable according to the national hurricane center tropical weather outlook tropical depression is likely to form by saturday over the southeastern gulf of mexico now they tell us arab air force hurricane hunters we'll be flying out to invest ninety l to collect data on this system probably later this afternoon or early saturday one of the two we're expecting the system to drift northward this weekend eventually move into shores somewhere on the northern or eastern gulf coast later this weekend whether it's a depression or it's able to gain enough steam to become a tropical or sub tropical storm which would be alburto is still a bit uncertain but regardless the main threat is going to be heavy rain and flash flooding into the southeast could last well into next week the weather channel was breaking down the potential for some of the rainfall totals and i'll tell you what they're they're like off the charts now they're saying there could be areas that may pick up ten to twenty inches of rainfall from this thing that deep tropical moisture will be channelled northward into the southeastern us through the holiday weekend and that's gonna fuel the threat of heavy rain and flash flooding higher values of atmospheric moisture are denoted on the charts here but you can't see that because we're on the radio and ultimately this thing may become kind of trapped over the south but maintaining the tropical moisture fetch into the southeast well into next week we've seen systems like this to kinda just stall out in park and that means heavy rain to the tune of three to five inches over a broad stretch of the southeast from the northern gulf coast of florida and the carolinas through the middle of next week now some communities as i said may may pick up much higher amounts slow moving rain bands were clusters of thunderstorms may produce heavier rainfall over a shorter time period on the order of just a few hours in some localized areas this weekend which is gonna trigger flash flooding particularly in urban areas foothills and mountains and areas where the.

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