37 Burst results for "Bonnie"
A highlight from When do we start to the take steps to heal and protect the people of this country
"Lots of channels. Nothing to watch. Especially if you're searching for the truth. It's time to interrupt your regularly scheduled programs with something actually worth watching. Salem News Channel. Straightforward, unfiltered, with in -depth insight and analysis from the greatest collection of conservative minds. Like Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher, Sebastian Gorka, and more. Find truth. Watch 24 -7 on SNC .TV and on Local Now, Channel 525. The Mike Gallagher Show. For what purpose does a gentleman from Louisiana seek recognition? Mr. Speaker. That is a nice ring to it, by the way. Mr. Speaker, I offer a privileged resolution to notify the Senate of the election of Mike Johnson as Speaker of the House of Representatives and ask for its immediate consideration. In the ReliefFactor .com studios, here's Mike. I saw a TV commercial last night. Remember that kid on that funny TV show, was it Malcolm in the Middle? Wasn't his name Frankie something? Isn't Frankie Muniz or Muniz? And he's doing a commercial for Hair Club for Men. He's like a race car driver now. I guess he races cars. And I just saw about 15 seconds of it. And evidently, he's a Hair Club for Men. You know, of all the things I'm trying to get my life together in my 60s, I've lost a bunch of weight. I'm trying to work out every day. I'm on the bike. I'm doing my thing. I'm not an attractive person. I don't claim to be. If you watch me on Sale & News Channel, you can confirm. I'm not really a very handsome guy. I don't think I would ever be mistaken for a model. But I would love to lose the bald spot. I hate the bald spot. Years ago, I was going up the stairs and Bonnie Simmons was a secretary, was an assistant in our Salem, Dallas offices. And she was up on the balcony. She looked down at me and she said, look at that. She was British. Look at that bald spot. You look like Friar Tuck. And then I insulted her very badly because I was hurt. I would love to get rid of the bald spot. I don't think you can get rid of a bald spot. You can work on thinning hair. I don't think the bald spot, I don't think there's much they can do back there. But I wonder if, I mean, plugs and all that, that would be rough. Is that what Hair Club is? Or hair growth? Tracy, see if you can find out what Frankie is doing. And I appreciate the text message I just got from Minnesota. I listen to you on the radio and you sound like a handsome devil. That's true. On radio, I'm very handsome. On TV, I'm just a schlubby looking guy. You know who I look like? I don't know why I'm in such a good mood. You know who I look like in person and this is not something to brag about? The late, great Mel Torme. Now, he was amazing. He was a great talent, right? Wrote, you know, chestnuts, roasting, but he looked kind of like a frog. And that's who I look like. If you don't believe me, Google Mel Torme and then look at a picture of me and embarrassingly, that's who I most look like. That's the celebrity I look the most like, Mel Torme. But anyway, if I could get rid of this bald spot somehow, maybe I could – I'm not going to wear a toupee, never going to dye my hair, a lot of gray, getting old and not for sissies. Hey, being in the good mood I'm in, I'm going to go out on a limb and I'm going to say something that's probably going to get me in trouble, particularly with Ron DeSantis supporters. But I'm going to say it anyway. I think Nikki Haley is going to surpass Ron DeSantis. I think Governor Nikki Haley is the one to watch. She is surging. She's now ahead of DeSantis in New Hampshire. She's now tied for second with DeSantis in Iowa. I think Nikki Haley is carving out a lane that might just give her the path to second place. Now, I don't know that anybody is going to overtake President Trump. But then again, you never know what's going to happen with anything. You never know what's going to happen with anybody or anything. And Nikki Haley, The Daily Beast, Matt Lewis over The Daily Beast had an analysis. Here's why Nikki Haley is gaining in the polls and Ron DeSantis is not. She's now tied with DeSantis for second in Iowa according to a new Des Moines Register NBC News MediaCom Iowa poll. More importantly, the trend lines show DeSantis down three points and Haley up 10 points since August. What's more, Haley has already surpassed DeSantis in New Hampshire. She's now in second place in the first in the nation primary. She is emerging as the alternative to Donald Trump, at least in part because she's more likable than DeSantis. Now, that's according to The Daily Beast. I don't know, is she more likable than – frankly, the emerging narrative is that anybody is more likable than Ron DeSantis. I don't think of Ron DeSantis as likable or unlikable. He's kind of a policy guy. He's smart. He's effective. He's accomplished. He's really – he's good. There's nothing wrong with Ron DeSantis except he's not Donald Trump. But a lot of people are convinced that Ron DeSantis is still the alternative. I don't know. I don't know the answer to this. I don't know. But The Daily Beast's Matt Lewis writes that Nikki Haley has not made the mistake that Ron DeSantis made. He asserts that Ron DeSantis chose a lane that was already taken. Instead of assembling a coalition of Reagan conservatives who never liked Trump and former Trumpers who are ready to move on, Ron DeSantis chose to ignore or offend the former and focus on attracting current Trumpers who have no interest in quitting the Donald. She chose a lane that went after Trump pretty rigidly. She criticized Trump for adding $8 trillion to our debt. She called him the most disliked politician in America. And Matt Lewis' analysis is her strategy worked. As recently as this spring, Ron DeSantis looked like the best positioned Republican to take on Trump. Haley seemed as unlikely to catch fire as Mike Pence who, as we know, dropped out of the race this past weekend. Today, he writes, Haley is the one to watch while Ron DeSantis' star seems to be fading. Do you agree with that? Now, the team gave me a clip that went viral. Ron DeSantis went on a very popular podcast with a guy named Patrick Bet -David, this PBD podcast. And it's getting a lot of traction. It's a very popular podcast. I hear a lot of people say that they're engaging in this podcast that this guy does. And it's one of those teams, I don't know, it's called the PBD podcast. And the guy's name is Patrick Bet -David. And people took this clip and ran with it and said, this Patrick Bet -David has single -handedly ended Ron DeSantis' candidacy. Now, that's hyperbolic and that's exaggeration to be sure. But it is fair to, and I was wondering about this. I really debated this. Driving into work this morning, I thought, should I play this clip or not? I don't want to embarrass Ron DeSantis. I don't want to attack him. I'm not anti -DeSantis. I'm not anti -Republican. We desperately need to defeat the Democrats in 2024. I'm convinced the Democrat we're going to have to beat is Gavin Newsom. Incidentally, did you see Newsom over in China? What the heck's the California governor doing kissing up to Xi in China? Well, he wants to run for president. He thinks he's going to be the Democrat nominee. And I believe he very well could be. Now, I'm going to play this clip for you against my better judgment. Tracy's convincing me we should play it just so people can hear what people are talking about on social media. DeSantis is terribly embarrassed, I'm sure, by this. And he is very rigid in controlling his media interviews. Trust me, I've got some personal experience in that field. Here's Governor DeSantis on this very popular podcast that has already been viewed now millions and millions of times. DeSantis wears cowboy boots a lot. And his critics make fun of his penchant for cowboy boots. And they suggest that the reason he's wearing boots is that he's got lifts in them because he's short. So this guy, this Patrick Bet -David goes right at him on the issue of cowboy boots. Again, not a very comfortable place for Governor DeSantis to be. I thought I'd share it with you anyway. I know you were on, what do you call it? What was it? Bill Maher. And Bill Maher talked about the boots. I've seen you walk with these boots. Go ahead and play this clip. This on TikTok went viral. It doesn't have a million views. It doesn't have, you know, 10 million views. This thing's got 1 .2 million likes. And some people are wondering... They've not shown this to you. Okay, what they're trying to say with this is that in your boots, you have heels. No, no, no. Those are just standard off the rack, Lucchese. How tall are you Governor? 5 '11. Okay. Why don't you wear tennis shoes and dress shoes? I do wear tennis shoes when I work out. Okay, I got a gift for you. I'd love for you to wear, okay, I shop at Ferragamo. I don't accept gifts. I can't accept it. I'm sorry. I mean, it was just a really awkward, cringey moment. Governor DeSantis has a look on his face like, how did I get myself in this position? And it probably didn't do him any favors to go on the PBD podcast because that guy clearly just wanted to embarrass Ron DeSantis. And I just keep wondering about people like Trump. I don't know that Trump would ever put himself in that position. He'd go right back at the guy and attack him. That's not who DeSantis is. DeSantis is a very serious guy. And I suppose the narrative that has emerged is that Governor DeSantis isn't particularly likable. And if you believe this Daily Beast analysis by Matt Davis, Nikki Haley is. She is more likable. Now, a lot of text messages coming in already on the MyPillow text line and I want to open up our phone lines. The PHD weight loss phone number is 800 -655 -MIKE. And I want you to give me your thoughts about Nikki Haley getting the momentum she's getting. Do you agree with me that she's the one to watch right now? Here's a text from Maryland. Mike, I hope you and your audience does a deep dive into this before anyone dares to support Nikki Haley. The last thing we need is another globalist in the White House. South Carolina from the Upstate. Mike, the problem with Ron DeSantis is his establishment Republican donors and their endorsement. And finally, from Florida, from Orlando, Nikki Haley wants to bring Palestinians here. She's a neocon supreme. She comes off as bitchy, too. Bitchy. Hmm. Does she? What do you think? 800 -655 -MIKE. That last debate, I mean, she got real shrill. She went nuts on Vivek Ramaswamy. And I thought, if anybody thinks she's likable, think again. But again, I hate to criticize her. She might be the nominee. Let's find out. 1 -800 -655 -MIKE. Give me your take on Nikki Haley surging and on Ron DeSantis fading. Is she the one to watch? Or are you worried about Nikki Haley as the GOP nominee? Let's find out. Here in the Relief Factor Studios for a Tuesday, it's Halloween, the Halloween edition. 800 -655 -MIKE. 800 -655 -6453. Take The Mike Gallagher Show with you wherever you go, 24 -7. Download The Mike Gallagher Show app wherever you get your apps. And never miss a moment of your favorite talk radio show. MyPillow is having their biggest sheet sale of the year. You've helped MyPillow become one of the most extraordinary success stories in America today. Well, now Mike Lindell wants to give back exclusively to you, a Mike Gallagher listener. The Percale and Giza Dream Bed Sheet sets are available in a variety of colors and sizes. And they're on sale now for as low as $29 .98 with our listener promo code MIKEG. Order today because when they're gone, they're gone. The Percale and Giza Dream Sheets are breathable. They have a cool, crisp feel made from the finest cotton on earth. Comes with a 10 -year warranty, a 60 -day money -back guarantee. Don't miss out on this amazing offer. There's a limited supply, so be sure to order today. Get them while they're hot. Call 800 -928 -6034. 800 -928 -6034. Use the promo code MIKEG or call 800 -928 -6034. 800 -928 -6034. Or go to MyPillow .com, look for the Mike Gallagher radio special square, click on that box. And with anything you order, be sure to enter the promo code MIKEG. MyPillow .com, promo code MIKEG. MyPillow .com, promo code MIKEG. Or call 800 -928 -6034 like we love to sing. For the best night's sleep in the whole wide world, visit MyPillow .com. Promo code MIKEG.
Fresh update on "bonnie" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"From the mayor of Los Angeles to the city's homeless residents. Now our message to the unhoused clear, community do is not sleep alone tonight. Seek shelter, seek services, stay together, seek support, and we need your help to get the word out. Mayor Karen Bass is worried that a possible serial killer may be targeting them. Three homeless people have been murdered in separate shootings across the city since Sunday. Police say the suspect shot each victim while they were sleeping alone on sidewalk a or alley in an open area. The mayor urging the homeless to avoid alone. sleeping Seek shelter. The LAPD now adding patrols to areas where the homeless sleep. ABC's Hannah Whitworth. Police in Atlanta want to know why a protester set themselves on fire outside the Israeli consulate today. Investigators examining what appears to be burned clothing and material on the sidewalk. Authorities say a Palestinian flag was part of that protest. Officials say no one in the building was injured and there doesn't appear to be a nexus to terror. ABC's Faith Abube. The house makes history voting today to expel embattled New York Congressman George Santos. Now that Representative George Santos was ousted from Congress, Governor Kathy Hochul has about a week to call for a special election. On the platform X previously known as Twitter, Hochul wrote quote, I am prepared to undertake the solemn responsibility filling of the vacancy in New York's third district. The people of Long Island deserve nothing less end quote. Once the election is called, it has to take place within 70 to 80 days. It would be up the to voters to decide their new congressman and win ABC News, Washington. Stocks rallied end to the week after their best month. In a while the Dow closed up almost 300 points. listening You're to ABC News. If you have unfiled taxes or are in debt to the IRS, this is important news. The IRS just rolled out a new program to help struggling taxpayers more easily solve their tax problems. It's called the Taxpayer Relief Initiative and it opens up powerful new options for people to looking get back on the right track with the IRS. And no one knows this program like the Professionals at Optima Tax Relief. America's most trusted tax resolution company. They've resolved over one billion dollars in tax debt for their clients and have the expertise and experience to help you. One easy call to Optima can start the process helping to an put end to your worries of wage garnishment asset seizure and other aggressive IRS actions. Make today beginning the of your fresh start with the IRS. Call the experts at Optima Tax Relief now for your free confidential consultation. Call 800 343 6460. 800 343 6460. 800 343 6460. Optima Tax Relief. Some restrictions apply. For complete details please visit OptimaTaxRelief .com. Another Bonnie's been found in the rubble of a mudslide last month in a remote Alaska town. When the mud came down on the homes in Wrangell Alaska north of Ketchikan on November 20th members of families disappeared. Four bodies were found in recent weeks and on Thursday Alaska State developers say the body of 65 year old Otto Florschutz was found using an excavator to move through debris. His neighbors a Heller's were killed in their home Timothy Heller Beth Heller and their children 16 year old Mara and 11 year old Cara 12 year old Derek Heller remains missing the search is ongoing for them. Alex Stone ABC News. A college football fan is taking his state to court over plate. a license Michigan Wolverines are one of the top teams in college football and one of the most popular in America. Apparently that passion extends to license plates. A Michigan man says he's going to sue the state after a judge refused to block an Ann Arbor man from getting his go blue vanity license plate. Go blue is how Michigan alums and fans often greet each other. Joseph Harding the third said the plate was in his family for generations, but when he went to renew his plate at the DMV, he was told another car owner had it. That car owner also a Michigan graduate. Brian Clark, ABC News office supply chain. Staples says it's been hit by a attack cyber affecting online ordering and processing. There's no word yet. Any data was compromised. This ABC is News. The holiday season is right around the corner, so give the gift. It's hard to wrap, but easy to give. Give them a steal with powerful trimmers, blowers and chainsaws to place under the The tree. steel holiday gift guide has something for everyone.
Monitor Show 19:00 10-17-2023 19:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story. The story behind the global birth rate. Behind your EV battery's environmental impact. Behind sand. Yeah, sand. You get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. In China, Brian, looking forward to hearing a lot more about that. And of course, we will be keeping an eye throughout the next couple of hours on the president's movements and everything going on. Alright, Bonnie, the next hour of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia begins right now.
Fresh update on "bonnie" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"Since 2013 Bombas has donated over 100 million brand -new socks underwear and t -shirts to those facing homelessness to count every single one of those items this ad would last over 1157 days but counting how long it takes to donate that would only take around 10 seconds that's how fast and easy it is for you to instantly spark holiday joy with Bombas because for every Bombas item purchase Bombas donates an equally comfy item to someone facing homelessness Bombas socks underwear and t -shirts not only do good they also feel good because they're thoughtfully designed with the softest materials like premium Pima cotton and thermoregulating merino wool they're also engineered with comfort innovation like socks with built -in art support shirts with tag free necklines with over 100 million items of clothing in the hands of people who need them Bombas is exceptional comfort for everyone get big comfort for everyone on your list go to Bombas .com slash Stephanie use that code Stephanie for twenty percent off your first purchase spoiled supermarket meat sawdust like fillers artificial derivatives those are just a few of the potentially harmful ingredients found in many popular dog foods today you don't want your dog dog eating that that's why dr marty created nature's blend a freeze -dried raw dog food made with real cuts of omega meat -3 rich seeds superfood veggies and fruit dr. Marty has been called the miracle worker by Forbes because he's helped countless dogs thrive including my dogs Bonnie and Clyde who just love it nature's blend is designed to help support your dog's playfulness healthy skin soft coat easy digestion in their full healthy life dogs go bonkers for the savory flavor and texture for the holidays save up to 54 % turn off nature's receive blend a free festive holiday dog sweater with select orders Bonnie and Clyde's are so cute go to dr. Marty pets dot -com slash Miller or text Miller to 511 511 100 % 90 -day return of your purchase price text Miller to 11 offer 511 available with select orders while supplies last all pets are unique results can and will vary text fees may apply where they now turn body let's walk in today's guest Larry Embry to Navy radio man second -class maybe it's a good time now tell us a story on the ship the people in his name was mentor had called up to the cue the cutting officers if somebody is defecated in the torpedo oh my my dad so we follow the lieutenant down the torpedo room and the lieutenant looks at and he says looks like so he reaches down and he grabs somebody goes oh my goodness smells like poop listen to where they now Saturdays at 10 a .m. are you retired or retiring soon do you
A highlight from Selects: Cockney Rhyming Slang: Beautiful Gibberish
"Hello everybody, the Xfinity 10G network was made for streaming giving you an incredible viewing experience now You can stream all of your favorite live sports shows and movies with way less buffering freezing and lagging Thanks to the next generation Xfinity 10G network You get a reliable connection so you can sit back relax and enjoy your favorite entertainment Get way more into what you're into when you stream on the Xfinity 10G network learn more at Xfinity .com Hey everyone the new fully electric 7 -seat Volvo EX90 comes with the latest technology to help keep you and those around you safe because hey We're all human and distractions can happen even when we're behind the wheel That's why the Volvo EX90's two sensor driver Understanding system is designed to prevent distractions by helping you stay focused by detecting when you're driving drowsy or distracted So the car can alert you safety comfort and fully electric reserve your Volvo EX90 today learn more at Volvo cars com slash us Everybody it's your old pal Josh and for this week's select. I've chosen our episode from November of 2019 on cockney rhyming slang. This is one of those silly episodes That's also packed with a lot of interesting information and I remember Chuck and I having fun making it So I hope you'll enjoy listening to it, too enjoy Welcome to stuff you should know production of I heart radio And welcome to the podcast I'm Josh Clark and there's Charles W. Chuck Bryant right there. There's Jerry Roland right there So that makes this stuff. You should know right Can't top that I was trying to think a way to say welcome to the podcast in cockney rhyming slang Can you make an attempt my I'm my brain is so broken right now. I can't even try. Okay, good good Well, welcome. It's a good good time to record a show You're gonna do some cockney in here, right? We want to offend as many Londoners as we can I don't know just just channel a little Dick Van Dyke. Oh You know Yeah, the American Doing a bad cockney accent. Well, I did recently rewatch the limey Yes Casey's for benefit. Yeah, the great great movie from Steven Soderbergh. Never seen it. It's awesome. Is it really? Yeah, I mean, I know it's like a classic and everybody loves it. But I mean, it's really that good Yeah, because a lot of people liked I don't know the hangover. I Like the hangover. Well, how would you how would you like the limey and the hangover same level? Yeah, they're the same movie almost. All right, it's weird. Well, then I've seen the hangover so I don't need to see the limey Lemmy's great and Terence stamp is Awesome, and it then uses some cockney rhyming slang and one great scene My big exposure to cockney rhyming slang is lock stock in two smoking barrels Snatch. Yeah, which I think are both directed by Guy Ritchie, right? Wasn't lock stock like his first attempt and snatch was the one that like Got him married to Madonna you a fan of his yeah, I mean as much as I Like his movies, I don't like him personally necessarily cuz he like hunts bore like a jackass does it like yeah No drunk with his friends in the most like disrespectful way of murdering a pig. I admit his movies But yeah, I do like his movie sounds like he's a creep, too I'm not gonna go on record saying that but Yeah, those movies are okay and then I guess what's his name Don Cheadle a little bit in Oceans 11 sure he did a little bit of that right and I mean like It's code to Americans. It's oh, there's like a criminal a British criminal, right? That's all that means these days Yeah, I think so in movies. It's definitely Like all of those are criminal right criminal people in the movies They're like, you know kind of slick cool criminals that wear leather coats and stuff like that Not dumb criminals that wear like football jerseys or anything like that. They're like, you know smooth criminals That's I think what I was looking for. Yeah, but This this idea of associating it with cockney is not necessarily associating it with criminals. It's more associated with like Lower class working class less educated definitely not the aristocracy over in Britain yeah, or the upper class sure and that by by speaking with a cockney accent or More to the point using cockney rhyming slang you could really differentiate yourself To as a point of pride, right? Like you were speaking like your group your in -group which was at the time cockney, right? But the big surprise to all this is it's really possible and even probable that it wasn't the cockney that came up with this Rhyming slang that it was somebody else altogether. Maybe who knows should we say what it is? No Not for the rest of the podcast cockney rhyming slang Wasn't even Very clearly defined in this piece. Okay, did you think it was? It's in there. Okay, you got to just kind of separate the wheat from the chaff So it is a two -word phrase and is a slang phrase Consisting of two words so far so good where the last word of that phrase rhymes with the original word and It can be and I think the best way to do this is just to throw out a few no. No keep describing Well, the two -word phrase it can be it can be a lot of things it can be a person's name It can be just something random can be a place could be a place. It could be a lot of things it can be anything Yeah, sure. I guess it can be But shall we illustrate it through? Well, there's a second part to it. Okay, the second part and this is very important the Two -word phrase that you're using to that where the second one rhymes with the word you're actually saying Yeah, the original word the original word. Thank you Usually has nothing to do with it. There's no metaphor. There's no connection. There's no Nothing, there's no there's no context to it It's supposed to just be random or in most cases. It is just random words right one of which rhymes with the word you're replacing and To further complicate things sure In a lot of cases and no one knows why sometimes this happens and sometimes it doesn't a lot of times that one of the words Of the two -word phrase is dropped. Yeah, and then you're just left with the one word Which doesn't even rhyme with the original word anymore, right? That's I mean, that's probably the best description of cockney rhyming slang anyone's ever given So I think we should illustrate it with a couple of examples. I pulled some from From something called the internet Here here's one the the tip and tete That's how long it took me to come up with that Tip and tete for internet, but in ten years, it'll just be called the tip I'm gonna log on to the tip governor So let's say your word was and this was in oceans 11 specifically trouble is the word that you're trying to say Cockney rhyming slang for trouble is Barney rubble awesome And so you would say you're making a bit of the bonnie rubble again, right when somebody that was kind of Who was that? Making a bit of bonnie rubble not the see I already did it wrong No, but I think you that's not like a real person to an American for sure. Oh, yeah Um, I can't I can't I'll shout it out. Later. Oh, man. I finally did a good one No, but it wasn't a cockney person, okay for Another example Queen They would use the term baked bean Look who's on TV. It's the baked bean And that's the Queen. I like that one or in the case of one that's been dropped What is Ed use here bees and honey? That one is not dropped for money. Okay, but which one was apples and pears right? Right, so you would say I'm gonna go up the apple and stairs Apples and pears. Oh, man Let me retake this everybody You would say I'm going to go up the apples and pears to go get my wallet to pay for this pizza Or something to that effect. Okay, but then over time people drop the pears And so now the word for stairs in cockney rhyming slang is just apples Which if you're just standing there on the outside like a normal American bloke sure, which by the way means person You have no idea why this person just called stairs apples You got what they were saying because the context is there you're going up the apples to get your wallet to pay for the pizza But why would you just say that did you did you hit your head? Is there something wrong with you? What's the problem? Why would you just call that apples? Yeah, that's why it's so confounding But the great thing about cockney rhyming slang and in particular the great thing about researching cockney rhyming slang is you learn How you get from apples to stairs and then it makes sense sometimes Yeah, that's true. It's not always. Yeah, sometimes there's It's not documented which ed points out is one of the problems sometimes you can draw the line the through line But because it's not documented and sometimes these things take years and years to morph into its final version right unless you unless you're you know on the What would you call street on the dole? No on the streets, then I wouldn't know but I don't know what streets is you can't just make stuff up like there's real words I'm the drums and beats So you're on the drums right, but they probably have a word for streets like that's the whole point You can't just make anything up, but the you could if it hasn't been taken yet sure Also, that's the other thing about cockney rhyming slang is it evolves right so old celebrities that that no one even knows about anymore Fall away to new celebrities whose name also rhyme with you know whatever word you're saying right? I thought you meant old celebrities who maybe used to talk this way like Michael Caine no He's never said any rhyming slang in his life. No of course you got to see the movie Alfie Maybe that's who it was it might have been Michael Caine. I'll take that Michael Caine. I think it was as a matter of fact Thank you, I'm glad you did it. Noel always says a good joke is to say Michael Caine in the correct accent say the words my cocaine And it sounds like Michael Caine saying it then it sounds like that the correct accent for Michael Caine all right say it my cocaine Well you just blew that one out of the water You Gotta set me up in the future Okay, well there's I've got it two ways now, man, okay, here's the thing my cocaine That's my cocaine That's pretty good Michael Caine. It is good. You're right. No. You just got to say it the right way and not like a robot Josh So here's that one of the things is sort of confounding if you want to look up a like a glossary and Say well, here's what I'm gonna. Do I'm gonna learn cockney rhyming slang so for my trip to England I'm really you know. I'm really in with everybody First of all bad idea yeah second of all it's it can be very localized Mm -hmm and the accents are all different Yeah, so even people in London sure who both who all use well people in London Do but the people who use cockney rhyming slang in London yeah might not even agree on what word is means What I'm just picturing all the people walking around England laughing their arses off. I can't wait to get to that one As we stumble through this um yeah, it had a really good Example of why there's no codification of the cockney rhyming slang He said that when people are creating a language especially informal ones like slang They don't write it all down quote dear diary referred to my house as a cat and mouse today because it rhymed We all had a good laugh might try. Just calling it cat tomorrow and see how it goes It is it sounds funny, but that's that's how it works stumbling across the diaries And here's the other thing too is there are cases where there is a little bit of a reflection of the original word and the example that it gives here is twist Yeah, like to call a woman a twist mm -hmm Which I don't know if that's derogatory or not or just some weird slang that no one uses anymore I don't think so although I don't know so yeah these are also the people who use the C word like it's nothing Man I can't wait to go back there Which we're gonna do soonish right? I'd love to do in 2020. Maybe yeah, all right So twist came from twist and twirl which meant girl which is They were talking about like dancing with a girl twisting and twirling in a nightclub Let's say so there is some connection in that one. Yeah, so girl and ended up becoming twist So that sort of makes sense there's another one called on your Todd After a guy named Todd Sloan and it means on your own Right and the thing is is like on your Todd it makes sense Sloan rhymes with own It doesn't have to have any connection, but that one actually does yeah Cuz Todd Sloan was a famous jockey in the 19th century like horse jockey. Yes, okay? What other kind is there disc jockeys? Oh, yeah, sure So his book his memoir was called Todd Sloan by himself Which is weird to refer to yourself in third person for your memoir Hmm, but there was a line in it that apparently East End East Enders in London like really picked up I was left alone by those. I never ceased to grieve for It's still like the idea of being alone or on your own Became synonymous with Todd Sloan his name just happened to rhyme with that So it's one of those rare ones where there is a connection to it and also rare Chuck in that This is a 19th century horse jockey and still today on your Todd is recognized as on your own Whereas a lot of people probably have no idea exactly who he is and when that happens That frequently that person gets moved out for potentially another celebrity or another word That's a little more understandable or recognized another new jockey two people today, right? Yeah exactly which can you name one? Nope? Nope Alright, maybe we should take a break and we'll talk about some of the other some other examples after this message In a world where modern technology is rapidly reshaping our day -to -day lives the new podcast Technically speaking an Intel podcast uncovers the remarkable ways tech is improving our livelihood across the globe brought to you by Ruby Studios from I heart media in partnership with Intel technically speaking is your passport to the forefront of AI's marvels in modern technology each episode will Take you on a riveting journey as you discover the awe -inspiring innovations of our modern world from game -changing innovations Revolutionizing early cancer detection to AI software that detects pests on crops that can be detrimental to seasonal yields tune in for Conversations that are shaping tomorrow today.
Monitor Show 23:00 08-15-2023 23:00
"Interactive Brokers charges USD margin loan rates from 5 .83 % to 6 .83%. Rated the lowest margin fees by Stockbrokers .com. Rates subject to change. Learn more at ibkr .com slash compare. The tape recording starting with that and then there was even another tape recording that I hadn't heard before of Donald Trump talking to one of the investigators for the state about trying to, you know, change the election results. So there's a lot of physical evidence in Georgia. So I think that we'll see that and I think that what will happen is if what to the federal case goes first, then Bonnie Willis can take advantage of some of the testimony of the people in the federal case. But the problem is suppose there are contradictions and suppose those witnesses are somehow in, you know, on cross -examination. They're caught up. Then she's also caught with that. She has to deal with that. So the person who goes second is, I think, would be, you know, the person who has the most work ahead. Yeah, now and let's not forget, too, that that there were those allegations of interference in Pennsylvania, in Michigan, in Arizona. May have been one more that slipped my memory, but charges were not caught there because you had really some evidence come out and you had Gabriel Sterling and Raffensperger coming out so strongly saying, you know, and releasing that that the recording that you mentioned. So so that's all part of the equation as well. But but this is particular to Georgia. Now, AP AP is reporting June. Let me just get this and then I'll go get back to you. AP is reporting that Donald Trump and several allies were indicted in Georgia. So I don't know whether they've gotten a peek at the document or not. I'm seeing Rudy Giuliani and Mark Meadows.
Monitor Show 19:00 08-13-2023 19:00
"The PVOC these days, but it doesn't look like the PVOC is going to do much this month, at least, Brian. Yeah, we also have big investors selling more properties in Hong Kong. Li Ka -shing, she's got a piece as well, she really does. Li Ka -shing selling more flats at a big project from CK Asset. So that's something that we'll also be focused on all throughout the morning's program. Well, the next hour of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia begins right now. Many thanks to Bonnie Quinn. At Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act, this is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia for this Monday, August 14th in Hong Kong, Sunday, August 13th in New York. And coming up today, Asian equities may struggle after U .S. stocks cap the week with declines following mixed data on inflation. China is issuing a plan to attract more foreign investment to bolster its economy. And Country Garden will suspend trading in at least 10 onshore bonds. Maui Fire now the worst death toll in the U .S. in over a century. The recovery process in Lahainotown is slow work. China says Taiwan's vice president's stopover in the U .S. violates its sovereignty and expectation of another Trump indictment this week. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Could PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe actually remain in Paris? I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia. On Bloomberg 1130 New York, Bloomberg 99 .1 Washington, D .C. Bloomberg 106 .1 Boston, Bloomberg 960 San Francisco, Sirius XM119 And around the world on BloombergRadio .com and via the Bloomberg Business App.
"bonnie" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"But we do know that allowed an operation that the British originally thought might save 45,000 over the course of two days, but it ended up saving the lives of 338,226 people in 9 days. That's why after the operation ended on June 4th, 1940, Winston Churchill had his famous we shall never surrender speech. Here is the part of that speech where he calls what happened at Dunkirk a miracle. A miracle of deliverance achieved by valor by perseverance by perfect discipline by faulkner's service. I read for a spice girl by unconquerable fragility. It manifests through all. The enemy, but hurled back by the retreating British troops. They were so roughly handled that he did not carry it out departure seriously. Sir, we must be very careful. Not to assign to this deliverance. The attributes of a crib. Wars are not won by evacuations. But there was a victory inside this deliverance, which had been gained by the air force, many of our soldiers coming back have not seen the efforts at work. They told me the bombers could escape this protective attack. They underrated the treatments. I've heard much talk of this. That is why I go out of my way to say this. If you want to watch the event that began this week in history, I'd really just recommend watching the entire 2017 Dunkirk movie. Once you've done that, I had a chat with the historical consultant on the film, Joshua Levine, back on episode number 204 of based on a true story. Oh, and if you happen to catch the video version of my chat with Joshua on YouTube, you can see him showing a side by side of the map that we see falling at the beginning of the movie. He shows the actual one compared with the one that they made easier to read for the film. Let's take a step back from today's story for a moment because I know you love listening to podcasts and I do too, of course. So I wanted to share one of my favorite shows that I'm listening to right now. It's called taboo science. And here is the host Ashley to tell you all about it. Taboo science is the podcast that answers the questions you're not allowed to ask. It's a bit like going back to high school and asking your teachers all the gross, scary, embarrassing questions. We all had, but nobody was brave enough to admit. Like, what if you could ask your science teacher how most of us are going to die? The trajectory that best describes the way that most of us are going to die is more like a series of waves that goes gradually downhill. Or
"bonnie" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Michael J Polish character in the Bonnie and Clyde movie that we see being relieved when the two drive away, is named CW moss, and he is a fictional character. Well, he's a composite character, really, of some of the members of the barrow gang. WD Jones and Henry methvin. The latter of those, Henry methvin was the son of Ivan, ivy, methvin. And he was the guy wearing overalls next to the broken down truck in both movies. To help the law bring down Bonnie and Clyde, they convinced ivy that Henry would not get the death penalty for his role in the murders of two police officers in Grapevine Texas that happened on April 1st, 1934. And we learned a bit about that back on episode number 237 of based on a true story during the week that that event happened. So ivy agreed to help the law. There's still some debate about whether or not Henry knew about this deal at all though. But the plane was for IV to pretend like his truck was broken down along a road where Bonnie and Clyde would be driving. Since the pair knew ivy, there was a strong likelihood that they would stop to help. And that's what we see happen in both movies, and that is exactly what really happened. Although, the highwaymen got the ambush done more accurately than the body and Clyde movie. For example, in the Bonnie and Clyde movie, we see Clyde get out of the car, and then with the driver's side door open, Bonnie kind of hangs out the side as the car gets sprayed with bullets. That didn't happen at all. Clyde never got out of the car. When I talked to historian John Neal Phillips about the movie, he said, one of the deputies was so nervous that he jumped up before the signal was given and fired off two shots. Another of the lawmen saw Clyde's head snap back, meaning he was probably killed right then. But with the element of surprise gone, the lawman opened fire. They fired over 100 shots into the car with Bonnie and Clyde being hit dozens of times 26 for Bonnie 17 for Clyde, according to the coroner statement, but some others have said the real number was more than 50 each. In either case, they're not survivable numbers. If you want to watch the event that happened this week in history, you can watch the 1967 Bonnie and Clyde movie. The day begins at about an hour and 44 minutes into the film. And we stopped here, we stopped bat movie here at about an hour and 47 minutes and ten seconds. That's 5 seconds before the ambush itself starts. And then we switched over to 2019s the highwaymen where the ambush begins at an hour and 52 minutes into the movie. And if you want to get a much more thorough look at the true story, I mentioned chatting with John Neal Phillips. He was the historical consultant on 2019s the highwaymen, which we talked about back on episode number 178 of based on a true story. That covers the law's side of things. Then he came back on the show to chat about 1960 7s Bonnie and Clyde to dig into the true story from the perspective of the two outlaws. That is episode number 195 of based on a true story. So together, you'll get all the details about Bonnie and Clyde. Oh, and he also shared some stories from the set of how they recreated the ambush scene in the highway.
Robert Blake, actor acquitted in wife's killing, dies at 89
"Back to Robert Blake has died. I Norman hall. Robert Blake was an Emmy Award winning performer who went for a McLean for his acting to notoriety when he was tried and acquitted in the killing of his wife, likes me, says he died Thursday from heart disease in Los Angeles. He was 89. In the 1970s TV show beretta, he was acquitted of the shooting death of his wife, Bonnie Lee bakley outside a studio city restaurant on May 4th, 2001, in a 2002 interview with The Associated Press while he was jailed awaiting trial, he bemoaned the change in the status with his fans nationwide, a jury acquitted him, but a civil jury would find him liable for her death in order him to pay bakley's family $30 million a judgment with sentiment to bankruptcy. I Norman hall
Anita Pointer of the Pointer Sisters dies at 74
"Singer Anita poynter of the pointer sisters has died at the age of 74, according to her publicist, a cause of death was not given. I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at her career. Anita pointer along with her sisters Ruth June and Bonnie and two brothers, Aaron and Fritz grew up as a gospel family in Oakland, California, the pointer sisters went on to have hits like slow hand, jump for my love. I'm so excited and fire. Anita and Bonnie co wrote the song fairytale that not only won the pointer sisters a country Grammy, but earned them a spot as the first black vocal group to perform at the grand Ole opry. With Anita's death, Ruth pointer is the only surviving member of the
"bonnie" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"At the personal level. Finally, this has been announced word broke today that three four three is restructuring some of their top leadership and that Bonnie Ross who's been the leader for that company and with MS four longer than 15 years is retiring from the business completely. Inner place, they're going to be splitting her prior duties to three other leads. I've had this video primed for a while as well as some of my thoughts on this switch and it's been sort of a long time coming, so here are some of the reasons why I think this is a good idea and some of the traps that Microsoft could still fall into. One thing I want to do is read Bonnie's going away Twitter that she did. She said, wow, I hope to stay with halo until we release the winter update. I'm letting you know I'm believing three four three and attending to a family medical issue. I'm incredibly proud of the work everyone at three four three industries has done with halo infinite, the Master Chief collection, the halo television series and so much more. It has been an honor to serve alongside the team for the last 15 years to be a part of the universe that I love. And she goes on to just congratulate everybody. I just want to point out that you can very clearly see in that writing that she was planning on leaving already and prior to the winter update. And the interior choice isn't exactly what happened. We'll probably never know it'll be a little bit like when Shane left PlayStation, but I just wanted to point that out that you can definitely tell in that language and that's certainly been something that's been rumored around behind the scenes. First thing is first, though, with Bonnie Ross leaving, splitting that up into three different people. We're going to look at how that's actually working. Peter hints. Brian koskey and Elizabeth van wick will take all of Bonnie's duties and split them and I think this is a tremendous idea and something three four three internally has really sort of been churning around for a while trying to figure out exactly how everything was going to come together and how to do this. This happens at other companies as well. When a business or an IP like this grows up so quickly that you end up giving a lot of duties to what you would consider to be a bottleneck and that ends up falling apart. Now this isn't the only issues with. First, let's remember Bonnie was handling the games. She was also helping out with the TV show, the media projects, and this is just too much for one person.
Caller Cody Expresses Frustration With Public Schools Today
"And Maine listening to us on WL OB Cody. What's going on? John, how are you Merry Christmas to you? Merry Christmas to you. So it's so funny that you were just talking about these clubs and stuff. Last night, wife and I were driving actually picked my daughter up. Listen to this community radio station up here because they had done a story about her marching band. So we were listening to that. Well, the story before that was Bonnie eagle high school up here has one of these clubs that they've now opened up to middle schoolers and somebody had filed a foia request so the teacher, they interviewed the teacher. Oh, I got called in the principal's office, asking all these questions about this club. And if I was using school supplies would have you for photocopies, blah, blah, blah. He's like, you know, how dare this parent file a foyer request and question this club, these kids need a safe space. It taught I'm telling you, I want to rip the steering wheel right off the steering column. And my wife's the type, she's well, she's a social worker, so she's kind of the goal line to get along type and I'm the exact opposite. And I was like, this doesn't bother you? Well, you know, I'm just trying to learn about trailer, but I said, there's the school's job to teach these kids how to read and write and real history not revision this stuff. I said, where does this fit into the curriculum that our tax dollars are paying for? I don't want to pay for this crap. Now,
"bonnie" Discussed on It's All About Evolving
"To control the way we view these things in the way we respond to them versus react So you'll get you get. Each module has dropped on on sunday sunday on sunday in sunday. And then there's in addition to that there's twenty one short daily videos to break. The material explained the material in despite sized chunks. Like i said as not overwhelmed pupil. It's like here's here's the basis of what we're learning. Now let me break it up into little pieces so that you're not trying to learn or remember it all at once And there's also some different options. There's a there's a diy program and with that you get the the full All the program of course materials. The pdf's the you know the videos and everything and then a one on one coaching session with fees to talk about anything you might get stuck on et cetera. And then there's a full package which also includes There's three ninety minute group coaching sessions. Which will take place most likely on zoom as a group you get access to the facebook the private facebook group and then a ninety minute. Coaching session with me to cover anything. And the course or the program that Unique clarification on you need help. Some people could get stuck. Whatever the case as i think i covered remembered everything. Thank you for sure. Nl surely leave that link in the show notes. That's what i forgot was the body it's www dot. Bonnie rose the coach dot com forward slash. Twenty one days awesome so again. Allied in the show knows. Thank you so much money for coming on 'ensure with us thank you. Thank you so glad that we were able to get together and do this. I appreciate your time. Thank you and don't forget to like shirt and leave us a review. I appreciate you so much for listening and gutless..
"bonnie" Discussed on It's All About Evolving
"And stressful <Speech_Female> or <Speech_Female> anx- anxiety <Speech_Female> inducing <SpeakerChange> situations <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> entity even works <Speech_Female> when you're upset <Speech_Female> or you're sad <Speech_Female> or <Speech_Female> Feeling <Speech_Female> just nervous <Speech_Female> or <Speech_Female> Need to <Speech_Female> have a conversation with <Speech_Female> someone. <Speech_Female> you're not really looking <Speech_Female> forward to having <Speech_Female> for some reason. <Speech_Female> The <Speech_Female> a lot <Speech_Female> of people will suggest a <Speech_Female> take a deep breath <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> or take <Speech_Female> three deep breaths. <Speech_Female> Sometimes <Speech_Female> that's not quite <Speech_Female> enough <Speech_Female> to get <Speech_Female> the oxygen flow <Speech_Female> that we're really trying <Speech_Female> to get to <Speech_Female> help us <Speech_Female> really calm <Speech_Female> in <Speech_Female> Regulate <Speech_Female> are breathing in <Speech_Female> our nervous system <Speech_Female> but six <Speech_Female> is a really good <Speech_Female> number. Sometimes <Speech_Female> i have <SpeakerChange> to do twice <Speech_Female> in a row. <Speech_Female> There's been <Speech_Female> you know. I'm just <Speech_Female> being honest. There's <Speech_Female> been but six <Speech_Female> is <SpeakerChange> usually <Speech_Female> a fairly good number <Silence> four <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Getting <Speech_Female> the heart rate to slow <Speech_Female> back down get <Speech_Female> into regulate <Silence> our breathing <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> and <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Proceed <Speech_Female> with what it is that we need <Speech_Female> to be doing <Speech_Female> the weeds <SpeakerChange> jilin. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> thank you for sharing. <Speech_Female> All of that <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> I was <Speech_Female> again. I'm just <Speech_Female> taking everything <Speech_Music_Female> in here <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> can you just tell <Speech_Female> us a little bit <Speech_Female> more about your <Speech_Female> program <Speech_Female> where it can be <Speech_Female> get <SpeakerChange> it <Speech_Female> absolutely <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> cra sure <Speech_Female> So the first <Silence> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> The next run actually <Speech_Female> starts october <Speech_Female> sense. <Speech_Female> We start <Speech_Female> together. <Speech_Female> I've set it up <Speech_Female> in such a way <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> the content <Speech_Female> is dripped. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And what that means <Speech_Female> is you're <Speech_Female> not gonna land on <Speech_Female> the page <Speech_Female> and have <Speech_Female> everything thrown at <Speech_Female> you at once because <Speech_Female> the one <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> major thing i <Speech_Female> wanted to be super mindful <Speech_Female> of <Speech_Female> was not overwhelming <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and giving my students <Speech_Female> wore anxiety <Silence> <Speech_Female> by getting <Speech_Female> this massive <Speech_Female> amount of information <Speech_Female> all at once <Speech_Female> so it's called <Speech_Female> twenty one days <Speech_Female> to calming variety. <Speech_Female> It's <Speech_Female> broken down into <Speech_Female> three modules <Speech_Female> in the first <Speech_Female> module week <Speech_Female> where really dig into <Speech_Female> identify <Speech_Female> our symptoms <Speech_Female> in our triggers. <Speech_Female> And how they <Speech_Female> feel in our bodies our <Speech_Female> minds in our souls <Speech_Female> because <Speech_Female> it's important to get a <Speech_Female> lot of this stuff kind of out <Speech_Female> of the subconscious <Speech_Female> and into the conscious <Speech_Female> by writing out <Speech_Female> in order to deal <Speech_Female> with it <Speech_Female> And what <Speech_Female> i've noticed. Is that <Speech_Female> a lot <Speech_Female> of people will put down <Speech_Female> for five <Speech_Female> six things <Speech_Female> or ten <Silence> things <Speech_Female> but as they <Speech_Female> kind of get those <Speech_Female> out like. Oh <Speech_Female> yeah. I forgot about this winter <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> This i <Speech_Female> remember this or oh. Yeah <Speech_Female> so <Speech_Female> it helps. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> It's almost like doing a brain <Speech_Female> dump kind of thing <Speech_Female> where you kind of free up the <Speech_Female> space in <Speech_Female> your mind to <Speech_Female> come up <Speech_Female> with more <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> More things that <Speech_Female> you want to <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> learn to <Speech_Female> control or manage <Speech_Female> in <Speech_Female> module. Two weeks <Speech_Female> start <Speech_Female> by looking at <Speech_Female> the things <Speech_Female> that we feel that we <Speech_Female> do have control over <Speech_Female> so ourselves. <Speech_Female> Our bodies <hes> <Speech_Female> different situations <Speech_Female> etc. <Speech_Female> What we say to people <Speech_Female> how we think all of these <Speech_Female> different things <Speech_Female> and learn how <Speech_Female> to manage those <Speech_Female> triggers <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Modules three <Speech_Female> is really where <Speech_Female> most people have <Speech_Female> the biggest transformation. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> that's learning <Speech_Female> how to <Speech_Female> manage or deal. <Speech_Female> If those things <Speech_Female> that we feel are outside <Silence> of our control <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> we really focused <Speech_Female> on mindset <Speech_Female> in perspective <Speech_Female> shifts <Speech_Female> to learn <Speech_Female> that although <Speech_Female> we don't control <Speech_Female> the weather or politics <Speech_Female> or our <Speech_Female> neighbor's kid or <Speech_Female> even our own kids <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> We do <Silence> have <Speech_Female> <Silence>
200 Headless Goats Found in Georgia River, Cops Suspect 'Santeria Practice'
"Hundred headless goats found in georgia river. Cops suspect santeria practice. Okay i wanted to know where you get. Two hundred goats from headless goat has goats the heads in the heads. I okay so. I want to know where you get to wear. Get two hundred goats is these are carcass headless goat hill carcasses whose heads have been removed and found floating down the judge river. Maybe it was aliens according to this headline anyway. So bonnie. How did you even stumble upon this. Well my friend who lives in georgia posted like the headline on her instagram story. So i was like islamic real. And i googled. It seems real in. It's just crazy to me that the cops are even saying. Oh we think this is santa maria. You know it's not like they're like there's a logical explanation and we're going to get to the bottom of this. They're like it's witchcraft. Yes you actually looked up the definition at santeria nut santeria or is it. Is that how you pronounce it. Santeria just heard it santeria. Not sublime song. Oh yeah that's right okay. Could you look that up. And can you tell our listeners. What santeria is yes. It's a religion or maybe like a spiritual path of african origin that spread through cuba and the other south american countries down there and some people apparently still practice it to this day in one of the things that they believe connects them to like the you know god or the. Dvd's they want to connect to. You is
"bonnie" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Bonnie Green. The Santita Jackson show. There's a disconnect because widespread hunger is persistent. And if you go to the if you go to the soup kitchens, kitchens if you go to the food pantries, you see it. You see it in New York City. You see it in rural America. You see it all over the United States. The Santita Jackson Show weekday mornings at six and W C p. T 20. With the help of curios old Crunchy almond. I get everyone's morning started with a smile. It has a delicious and hearty combination of the Cheerios. You love whole grain oats and sliced almonds for an extra crunchy crunch. That's how he said the rhythm for a great day looks materials, old, crunchy almonds in your local grocery store. Better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta. When's the last time you jumped rope? I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent. I couldn't even tell you how long it's been for me, probably since elementary school. My three girls used to jump rope with their friends when they were younger for fun, But, you know, jumping rope is more than just child's flight. It can be a pretty intense cardio workout for adults. CNN Fitness contributor Dana Santa says jumping Rope is a vigorous, efficient, calorie burning workout. That works your whole body. In fact, one study found 10 minutes of jumping rope is as efficient as 30 Minutes of running. I do love efficiency. It's true, Dana says. There's no way to jump rope that isn't vigorous intensity, because if you slow the rope down too much, it's not going to work right. It's vigorous right out of the gate. As a result, so be patient. Start with short sessions and work to.
Elizabeth Holmes' Lawyers Say She Suffered Partner's Abuse
"The criminal fraud trial of Elizabeth Holmes starts next week in Silicon Valley. She's a disgraced founder of the blood testing company, Theranos. NPR's Bobby Allyn reports on new court documents that shed light on her defense. Holmes is accused of defrauding patients and investors by making false claims about their nose equipment. In newly unsealed court papers. Her lawyers say she plans on pointing a finger at her ex boyfriend, Sonny Bill Joani. He was a top there are no executive and is also charged with fraud, but will be tried separately. Holmes legal team accuses Boudouani of emotionally and sexually abusing homes they say that impacted her state of mind during the alleged crimes. Bonnie's lawyers call this claim salacious and inflammatory Jury selection and Holmes trial starts Tuesday. She faces 20 years in
Baby on Cover of 'Nevermind' Sues Nirvana Alleging Child Pornography
"Bonnie baby is now an adult yes and trying to pull that up right now. I and they're unhappy because they feel like they've been used child pornography and that's because of the album cover for never mind the nineteen ninety one album cover. Yeah we're the baby's underwater the dollar on a on a fishing pole or whatever. It is yes. He is like a fishing pole in front of him. There's a hook in front of him. I think it would like a worm on it I'm trying to find. I found it in my internet's working now says never mind baby sues nirvana claiming child pornography in. It says in the subtitle. Oh it's it's not a worm my bad it's a dollar that's on the fishing hook like you said a lot of people are being sued. That's the subtitle spencer. Elden as the baby's swimming on the cover of nirvana's classic nineteen ninety-one nevermind. Album elden has now filed a lawsuit over the cover. Alleging that the child. I mean the image is child pornography defendants into intentionally. It has come to that conclusion that it has a naked baby on it. well it. It's him naked baby. There's no my sexual content. Yeah see that's why the baby is naked. But you if i recall correctly. I've never been a big nevada fan. So i haven't looked spent a lotta time looking at their album covers. Can't like see any details that would make it qualify as pornography. Now you can see the baby's genitals so you can see his his generals in like in the water like it. There are some versions where they sell it that they don't have it. So maybe he's seen that but They also have like the full frontal nudity of the baby basically defendants intentionally commercially Commercially marketed spencer's child. Pornography and leverage those shocking nature of his image to promote themselves in their music at his expense said the lawsuit according to variety of this kid not agree to it. They get into that i. I didn't read the whole thing. But i skimmed it in. He said that his parents never signed
Lyle's Strong Start Leads Rangers Over Sloppy Red Sox, 10-1
"Brock Colton Jordan Lyles helped spark the Rangers to a surprising ten to one route of the red Sox the former red Sox utility man hold had a pair of RBI singles in the early innings to help Texas snap its four game skid Rangers starter Lyles tossed seven innings of one run ball with six strikeouts and India Bonnie is also had a pair of RBIs for the Rangers ki K. Hernandez drove in the lone red Sox run while starter Eduardo Rodriguez gave up five runs in just three and two thirds innings Boston's freefall continued with its fourth loss in five games I'm getting cool bar
China Sanctions Wilbur Ross and Others, Responding to Hong Kong Warnings
"Fresh sanctions on a handful of US individuals. It's retaliation for sanctions the bite and administration imposed on Chinese officials last week. Over Beijing's crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong. Its latest attack comes just days before a visit to China by Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and US China ties are already tense, though, as NPR's John Ruit reports there is no sign China's sanctions will derail the visit. Sanctions are the first imposed by China under a new law passed in June, which facilitates retaliation for foreign sanctions. Among those it hits a former Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, and the China director at Human Rights Watch Sophie Richardson. For years, Beijing's responded to US sanctions and tariffs with tit for tat measures in Beijing's calculation, it had to respond to the US Bonnie Lynn, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, says doing so before Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's trip makes sense would disappear better if it happened a couple days after Deputy Secretary Sherman's trip that she says might risk being interpreted as a signal that the meeting didn't go well. And Sherman will be the most senior U. S official to travel to China since President Biden took office. Relations are at their worst in decades. But there's speculation that the trip could start to lay the groundwork for a meeting sometime this year between Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping. There is a desire to be able to showcase that the two world leaders can work together and part of that is being able to meet and discuss issues they agree on as well as those where they have differences, and I really hope As we see more of these incidents is on either side that they won't derail progress towards the usual meeting because both sides, she says, have significant incentives for Biden and she to meet sooner rather than later. John Ruijin
"bonnie" Discussed on Inspiration Nation
"Resisting putting resistance where it doesn't need to be any But ask for what you didn't ask. I mean i. i don't know. I'm so i love the conversational style. Which is why. I have a hard time with when i keep talking talking talking because i'm like i'm like on You know people say like not to dominate a conversation. We're taught that kind of growing up with st louis. So i have a hard time with that but i don't. I'm not sure. I i don't feel like there was anything that should have happened. That didn't just kind of where. I'm at with things in life right now as it's meant to happen that it's it's going to happen and sometimes whether we like it or not. Yeah i saw you know. We'll deal with whatever the things that come to us right now. You referenced that is coming to us and we think to hand in a in a way where we think is best in that in jewish in pace and. I'm very much of the opinion of the mr. Evan kharlamov audio action those things coming to us and then a lot from that actually to be fair and i think there's laws in what you were saying about that intuitive pace in a think other things you been through official mental health and things like that i think sometimes shop she waffle think in i think for on to site this for myself the that what me up i was asleep and it sounds to me that you through these some mazing things and it's now you all the person that you you evolving the person that you you feel that you'll you that's what was coming across and that's what i've been hearing throughout today and i just wanna say thank you so much full Space want us about everything you've gone through so there's one piece of inspiration. Advice would leave allison's aussies before one nine but it might have changed now because loss not jets and changes if yuka. Because i mean. I'm always looking for inspiration because what. That's my warm is just so you know if if we were looking for you mentioned the word expression few times tonight tonight which is great. If you if you're going to inspire people look what would you. What would you say to to ross. Honestly i think the best thing that kind of sums up this up is that you can't let life get in. The way of living things are gonna happen. Things are going to throw you off what you feel like. You're course is meant to be. And i i still really feel like When those things kind of pop up at. I'm learning now i'm paying attention. I'm listening that those are actually pushing you towards where you are supposed to be going. It's just like you know. Meet getting sick. Getting fed up doctors all of these different things that could have been viewed very negatively art typically viewed as negatives..
Defining and Understanding Body Image With Mental Health Counselor Bri Campos
"Can we talk a little bit about body image and body grief and why we are where we are totally I think that body image is like one of those topics where people are like. I know what it is like nothing how to explain. Like i know it. When i see it but i'm not sure if i could write a dissertation on it i could. I could easily write. And so the the definition that i use for body image is that body image. Not just the way that we perceive our bodies. But it's also the way that we feel about our bodies it's the thoughts and beliefs that we have about the way that we feel about our bodies in its behaviors connected to the thoughts and beliefs about our buddy. So let me let me break that down for you in a really accessible way. So i had recently posted. I had an opportunity to partner with atlanta the metro on a campaign. They were doing lead with your legs and I like the photos that came back. I was like oh. I don't know if i've ever seen my body in that position in that angle in i. I really don't care for that photo with. Here's what didn't happen. So i didn't like the way that i perceived my body that i saw it but i did not feel badly as person because they didn't like those photos there was a neutrality to it was like like the photos but i don't feel like i'm a bad person. There was new story attached to it. I didn't also feel like. Oh my gosh. Because i don't look at these photos i feel shame because i think i'm going to experience less love or belonging because i don't look attractive in these photos which might have been a story that i played a long time ago so i think that especially die. Culture tries to sell the idea that like bonnie love and body satisfaction. And you're gonna love the way that you look. That's that's only one part of body. Image nets body satisfaction. I argued that self love is far more for it than body loves.
Priest Resigns After Comments About 'Good Done' by Catholic Church on Residential Schools
"A catholic priest and ontario has resigned over comments. He made about the good done in residential schools as dan carbon chuck reports the archdiocese of toronto apologized for the remarks. Who in keenan was the pastor of the merciful redeemer parish in mississauga just west of toronto. He was criticized in june for a sermon in which he talked about canada's residential school system. Part of keenan sermon was posted online. Now i presumed that the same would thank the church for the good that was done in those schools but of course that question was never asked and in fact. We're not allowed even to say that good was done in those schools. Those comments were widely criticized. Here's mississauga mayor. Bonnie crombie his comments show a fundamental misunderstanding of one of the core tragedies of the residential school system in canada. The children were forcibly separated from their parents for the first time. We are truly confronting our history and learning the truth about what really happened. Who statement keenan apologized and acknowledge the pain and anger which has been magnified by his comments. He also pledged to do better. He also said as a catholic priest. He does not condone the residential school system and he regrets deeply that those schools existed cardinal thomas collins of the archdiocese of toronto accepted. Keenan's resignation keenan is now on an indefinite leave of absence for national native news. I'm dan carpenter
TAPS once again helps families cope
"It's an important weekend for families of America's fallen heroes the organization is called taps which stands for tragedy assistance program for survivors we come together when it happens you learn how to cope to connect with each other to find resources and support taps founder and president Bonnie Carroll this is our twenty seventh annual national military survivor seminar good grief camp and they got hundreds of families together since nineteen ninety four taps has assisted over one hundred thousand surviving family members and caregivers who are grieving the loss of a military loved one the one thing we can do to find comfort and support is to be with others who have walked this journey hi Charlie Adler
"bonnie" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast
"The house they are they compost toilets. Or how do you have other compass. Dry toilets so in the beginning. When i started air being the river dan. I invested in a super expensive composting. Toilet it was like this. You know super nice model separate and it works really well but basically. It's just like having a dry composting toilet with lights on in the sense. You pee and poo in different areas. Yeah that's when i say dry. That's what it is so it basically like you just pee in one part number two and all the paper goes in another part. So it's it's really like the most basic idea when it comes to plumbing and it works really well and we still have the separate on the river dan but on the other boats we just have to to bucket system okay so pm one and then number two. The other was sawed us. And we buried the compost the the solids in the hoods and the p. We go and we put it in the woods as long okay so you just. It's just kind of a manual process. And do you ask yes to the guests have to do that. Or d- d you take care of that. No that's that's why we get paid the big bucks xactly. We will with european pu exactly but on the nelly we have like a a dry composting toilet set up in the forest because the the bodas is parked stationary on land. Okay so you just go off off the boat to use the bathroom got it. So these boats all have a little little outboard motors attached to them. Do you ever. I guess i'm guessing the only time you you drive them or or move them on. The water is when you're launching them and then bringing them to where you're gonna dock them. Yeah so the river. Dan has been park ever since we moved to their which is about three years ago and the nelly. We're we're gonna be driving down a little more because we won't leave her parked at at nellis all winter we bring her back in the fall so So when that when the ice freezes people can still come rent it. They park right beside her. So right now for the nelly we have an adventure option while it. It's it's not an option. It's an adventure. Pack is so you have to get there by boat. You can either rent a canoe or you can bring your own boats or canoe or we can give you a ferry ride on our pontoon boats to get to the nelly because it's only accessible by boat cool. Yeah that really adds a lot. I'm sure that mia he'll more remote more confident and sounds like there's no cell phone service to so you really are actually okay. We'll one thing that. I like to ask all of my guests. I know that you you have a plane to catch soon. What are two or three resources so this could be like books or youtube channels or you know. That has inspired you that you would like to share with our listeners. It could be related to building. Houseboats are tiny houses. Or or not as i was saying before. It's about the people you're working with. And so that's one aspect of just like looking so i used to work in a community organization and one of the guys on the committee. He brought this permaculture format for some kind of a business meeting and he said basically you look what's there you look at. What's there available on. Then just start with that. so look at. Who's in your circle and what the resources are on the information and then just see where you know you can work with that So i think just like you know networking skills. Communicating is is like a big part on this. I guess applies to any kind of answer enterprise. Yep and another thing is when you're doing something new like this Not many people are going to hold this idea. That's precious to nominee. People are going to be able to support that in the in the embryonic stage so i would just recommend like you know you choose people that you you really trust with your precious ideas. I share with that. Because you need to be able to let the vision grow before something is built and it needs to have time and you need to bounce things off people and see where it's going to take shape. Yeah so that's That's one recommendation. I have for anyone doing anything. That's a little bit outside. The box is is the like hold. It close unlike lee time to just state and when it's ready then you feel confident to to own it and to say well. This is what i'm doing an and when people say well. How are you going to do that. It's like it's okay. You don't have to necessarily answer the question but you know you still a little stronger than the thing is is strong enough to to to meet the resistance nice. I love that advice at any anything else before rio. No i really hope more people. Don't how sports and spend more time in nature. Yeah i think it's it's something that we all need and happy to continue offering the service. The people are. it's a huge asked for service. That's about it. I guess awesome. Well you've reignited my desire to build a houseboat so great I don't know. I don't know if it will happen but i keep looking out at that lake being like man. What a great place for a houseboat. So when i look around again good. Good touched. Awesome well Bonnie vanass thank you so much for being a guest on the show and safe travels today. Thanks for connecting with us already ticket reason by thank you so much to bonnie vanass for being a guest on the show you can find the show notes including photos of the river dan. The rivers n and bonds other house boats at the tiny house dot net slash. One six four again. That's the tiny house dot net slash one sixty four. Well that's all for this week. I'm your host ethan. Walden and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..
"bonnie" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast
"You she can also be found working on a construction project of her own. An island meditation retreat font even us. Welcome to the podcast. Hello ethan thanks for being here This interview i feel like has been in the works for maybe years. Your hard to pin down. And i don't have very good phone reception at most locations. Yes you're actually. We're we're catching you in the airport. Because i guess better cell reception there. So i i really appreciate it and i want to jump right in. There is a video tour of your houseboat. The river dan that has been viewed over three point eight million times. I just want to start -gratulations on that. I would like to say. Congratulations to exploring alternatives on that. That matt danielle did an awesome job on the video and they have a great following of people so really kudos to those guys they have brought so much publicity about. it's awesome. Yeah that that they have been. They've actually. I'll link to interview that i did with them on this show a couple years ago. Now but yeah i agree. They are wonderful. People and their their youtube channel exploring. Alternatives is just a wealth of tiny house inspiration how has how has that affected. Has that affected you like having being that public or being out there so much on the internet. And i'm sure that a lot of bookings have come through people seeing the video but also because of our successor airbnb. Which kind of i guess. I'm not sure if it's really from the video. I'm sure it definitely helps But i think the video has been a lot around the world and not so much like people coming to visit this area of canada. But i think it's inspired a lot of people so that i'm really happy about. Yeah i mean as somebody who lives very close to a body of water You know i'm in vermont. Very near lake champlain. When i first saw the video i was like i want to build a house. Boat and put it on lake champlain. Four and then. I found out that it wasn't that easy to do here. From a legal perspective and also lake freezes and so you know it would be a seasonal thing but enough about me. So i'm curious you know but just just a little side actually. My boats are forced season. They stay frozen in the ice. They're built special floaters that that can handle the The impact of the ice and that are actually built for it. So it's possible. That's so cool. I agree it's possible Logistically but it's more finding or a place that will allow you to keep your boat in winter. You really have to be a pirates. Yeah there's there's not much infrastructure for Yeah or like a framework in in most municipalities rural rural municipalities. Anyway there's you know there's marinas and bigger cities but then you're living at marina west out rain bunch of doc neighbors. It's not the best. So i'm curious if you can take us back to before you built the river. Dan was this something that you did as an entrepreneurial project like you knew you were going to rent it out or was it something that you built thinking that you were going to live in it fulltime. Well i've built it as an entrepreneurial project in part but also just because i wanted to do something cool with the guy. I was dating at the time who was like a full on pirates. He had built these breezy boats. I wanted to have a connection with him. And i wanted to do something together. So great around that time. I bought a an island. And i had started the construction of the meditation center and i knew i needed some extra revenue to pay for the construction project so i had the idea of building a floating tiny home and i hired him in his crew and we designed and built this while they've really built it. I designed them. But yeah we had this awesome project together and so's partly because i was in love and partly because i wanted something i would earn some money and for me. It's always like wrapped up these projects that it's about doing things that i love with people. I love nice like that. So much and the the the river dan i will link to the tour on the show. Notes page it. Is it actually like it. It seems like it was made with such love like there are so many handcrafted details and kind of whimsical things about it that it just. It looks like it would be a really fun place to be with somebody that you love. Yeah we have a really awesome guestbook and it's fund to go in and read all the notes of the people who are so inspired saying there. It's really something special. Nice well Maybe you could just tell us to some basics about the river dan. what how big is it. How much did it cost to build. just come kind of basic stats star gas. So it's thirty three feet long. It's a two story. There's a sleeping walked upstairs which has five foot ceiling and it has some pretty cool designs to be able to move and be within the legal limits On the road. So there's like the roof drops down there's always features that we could've got we we were able to get it from the boatyard to the launch again under the wires and everything. Yeah so has some pretty cool design features in that way. Yes thirty three feet long. Ten feet wide There is a rooftop deck. We actually just had the week colin this last week. Calendar is blocked off because we did a whole re structuring of the roof and added on imports and others. The really big tamraz upstairs. It's pretty cool nice. I don't actually know how much it costs build. But i could tell you that. The floats were twelve thousand dollars. Roughly so there's five custom built floats. That are thirty thirty one feet long. Okay there the special floats at their built. All over the place contracts have How how deals with the manufacturer. Not make them so. We had ours from a company that was in combat care and yet the floats are pretty expensive. But it's like the foundation of the house so it's all relative right. Yeah and so you. Are these the floats that you mentioned a little earlier that they they are designed to be frozen and yes yes. So they're built. It's there's foam at inside it's filled with foam and then the outside is a bs plastic. Which is not actually enclosed. So there's they have the capacity to expand in the ice and water actually goes inside them and it kind of stabilizes things that holds things pretty steady in the water. Okay yeah i was. I was wondering about that. 'cause i'm i'm the kind of person you can get a little motion sick on a on a boat you know. Especially if it's really choppy. So so it sounds like this boat is maybe a little sturdier than than like a boat that you'd go cruising around him. Yeah i mean when you're in the boat it's pretty stable but when you're walking onto the boat from the gangplank all the weight is cantilevered so then like when you're walking on and off the vote moves quite a bit but once you're on the boat you're contained within the balanced point of it pretty much so yeah the center of gravity. You're close to it so it doesn't move that much. But in the waves it moves. Nick get the feeling like i've been on the boat all week doing the renovation and this morning i woke up in my bed which is not an imposed and i felt like i was still moving so if you spend enough time on the water you kind of have a feeling. It's like this motion in your body gets used to it and it's pretty neat. Yeah yeah exactly. I've experienced that feeling before. I'm not i've longtime ago. I was really into surfing and i remember like if i did a lot of surfing in a day that night. You know you're lying in bed and you feel like you're lying on that surfboard in the ocean. My father dad..
How Nurses are Transforming the Future of Health with Bonnie Clipper and Shawna Butler
"Both of you have just an extraordinary amount of experience. a ton of credibility. You've done so much in your careers you know. I'm just excited for what we're gonna cover today before. We dive into the specifics around what you're doing your current roles. Tell us a little bit more about what inspires your work and your journey in healthcare. Do you wanna go first. Sure i'd be happy to. So i have been a nurse for quite a long time. It's interesting to me because certainly nursing his evolved as has healthcare and for me. I wanted to make sure that. I had an avenue to provide my input. And i'll give you an example way back early on. When i was a bedside nurse actually was working in an organization and As was kind of typical for the time we had bins on the counter that had medications in them. Nowadays we would never think of that. We would put them in a locked storage device or we had bins next to each other. There was kind of normal saline and heparin and potassium and other things. That just happen to be in these bins on the counter. A remember looking at them and actually seeing that assailing flush was right next to the end of tasks him and they both were the same size and they had the same color plastic tops and at the time even be in kind of a pop of a nurse that struck me as being a really bad thing right. An accident or disaster wage right. I know shauna and the crazy thing is that when i talked to the manager about it they said okay. Great thanks for finding this. We're gonna put it on next month safety committee meeting and it just made me scratch my head thinking why can a nurse at the bedside not effect change fast enough that can prevent something really bad from happening. So that's kind of what gave me a little bit of a push to really find how i could get. My voice heard and intervene. Make things better.
Navalny "A Horrible Skeleton" in Court Appearance After Hunger Strike
"Last week. Here's NPR's Lucienne Kim Alexei Navalny looked gaunt as he appeared on a video monitor with a short head toe appeal. A court ordered fine. According to court reporters, Navalny briefly addressed his wife, Yuliya in the courtroom and joked that he now weighs as much as he did in seventh grade. Vanni ended his hunger strike last week, saying he was getting some of the medical attention. He demanded that he was listening to his doctors who warned his life was in danger. With Navalny locked away. Authorities have targeted his political organization as an extremist group. Bonnie's allies are now disbanding his nationwide network of regional offices to protect activists from prosecution. Lucian Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow This is NPR news lie from news 88 7 in Houston. I
"bonnie" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"In my mind Who oh a yoli's Oh Oh don't you read me don't you don't you don't Has that come. He's getting bill i Hands kidding me at the ads. Today is that cranston and hands. It is it's Uh kids is sacking.
"bonnie" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Shoes off and being connected with the ground I was at a music festival. And i was a shaman of the group I knew one person in the group. Before handed i met one other and everybody else one to four Seven or eight people. Other people There were hype hairdo. What's up buddy your friends out there winding anyway. Some people brought coke. My job was mushrooms and i. I don't scratch. Scratch scratch. And i got a bunch of mushrooms two pounds and gave it to everybody and one guy had never done mushrooms before a few people. I'd never done mushrooms and he did. Mushrooms four straight days one of my favorite fucking four day experiences watching the sky angus do hellish rooms and by day two. I think i think it was on day two. He took his shoes off and they're gone. they're gone. I don't know she. We were watching music. And he's like. I fucked the shoes. And he took his shoes up. Sweet stand on the grass so we could be connected with ground and he just stayed in this mindset this great fucking glorious happy place and i think a lot of it was like body said i think a lot of it was being connected to the ground physically connected to the soil. A lot of cows shit there over the years. Not when there's music festival going on. And he was more than us. Real were shoes. He didn't have anything blocking it. So he's any sort of like anything to that. Physical touching and. I think i'm gonna animus. Oh i do think sometimes when you touch an old stone or or the walls in jerusalem it it takes you back to as long as this place had been there. So you touched jerusalem's walls. I mean you're touching walls at jesus where you're walking the streets walk in the same streets. Jesus walk and people way before. Jesus this connection there. I don't know that's what i don't know. I don't know i haven't really studied animism but from what i have read. That's what i am. And anger had a connection to the ground. We didn't have probably from touching to the earth. I don't know the gave us. The mushrooms wants who are in a. We're sitting there. And he was wearing a fuck in. I was wearing a tie-dyed top and he was wearing puckett top hat a stove. Top top hat striped with different colors. I was wearing fleece pants. He was not pan fleece pants or he was wearing pants. I was born like those elephant pants. Were sitting watching. I think it was right. Before linzo like daytime band comes up to us just in angus. There was for the people in our group. They're just looks at me and she goes. Hey was a hippie lady. Yeah she goes guys want mushroom boss like watch because there may do as you want to buy some and we're like yeah is like price they'll have a lot of use different ones so she was like five bucks each five. Five and mike. Thanks a lot. And when i turned around already eaten is right. I mean wherever though what am i saying. Why are we going to say before. What are we going to save. Worry the festival so in terms of what she says is having a physical connections ground. I think i saw that festival with angus so interesting. Podcast if you ever get a chance to do part to we can get to some of the the herbs and medicines and stuff. I don't really know what's good for you. You know what helps get your get your Call when you can fight off a cold. You're some does the concert. You could tell me and that fucking pay on podcast. Get your vitamin d. Get shirt some up. Jesus christ you're a fucking public anyway. Thank you very much bonnie. Well don't forget to check out school apiece. so let's gentleman they. You're doing to our sponsor or lovely sponsor for keeping us going. Help me pay my bills. All the staff. I have are putting together youtube. Podcasts and editing for me and doing all this shit. So i can concentrate just being out there in the world and getting to meet people like bonnie bonnie willow meal on another fun podcast so not the costumer fucking clerical work. Thank you the sponsor and they all my patrons who also help. Most patients help really pay for that. So guys until next week on march fear for.
"bonnie" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Under field. It's not about religion. It's about your sense of belonging to the earth and to all of existence. And there's maybe we should save this for when we do another time so this was like an introduction to people. There's also the way you would like. I'm putting booze in my body. So i can be more in tune with this whatever. There's also like plenty of other cleansing things you can do for your body to keep you. It's not just about like turning off the cell phone right. Yes there are. There are men. let's see well. I can come up with a quick laundry list of things that lower the frequency In increase the density and This is not to say that slow and dense frequencies are bad. That's like saying you know. Blue is bad whereas green is good in you know everything has its place and as a consciousness which is made of photons and electrons up of light you know so hard to put this initial period of time Learning so it's tough. Yeah as being. We need to be anchored in physical dense form with a slower vibration or else we just be floating up back into spirit. Why have a body. Why even get born into a body unless you're going to be in the body and do body thinks so i'm not saying don't ever have booze and don't ever watch tv show don. I'm just saying that when. I need to teach or when i need to do something. Or if i'm going to work with the baby or from when i have some Energy healing work to be done something like that. I can't drink before it because any alcohol lowers. The snow's. My vibration increases the density. And i can't lift my conscience. They can't activate the higher chaka's as well to be able to have the higher dimensional vision and the higher dimensional hearing the sensitivity. And my hands to be able to sense. What's happening in someone's physical or emotional or mental self timer. Right before i i wouldn't do. I wouldn't eat spaghetti workout or before like much. But then after a long hike it might be really good to crop up. exactly exactly. That's exactly right for instance. Every time i do a class. I have now i have now given in and realize that this is simply the truth for me. I keep chocolate by my chair. And i have chocolate at the end. And it's so funny because two of my teachers mentioned that you know when you're going to do a class you have some chocolate for afterwards. The theobromine does something beneficial to help replenish a person who has been expanding their consciousness. It's like Carbs after a hike or carbs after a workout eighteen here in their chocolate contains. Something that helps replenish when your consciousness is being expanded so beforehand Right kind of keep the cell phones at a distance. Don't play harsh music. My god music music affects us so powerfully annette every single level do not play harsh music. Before if you're trying to achieve something expansive and real and true and beautiful. Don't play music with words that are not life-giving or or music this discordant play music this discordant when you want dance and laugh and have fun. I'm not saying discordant use bad. I'm saying choose the right tool for the job. Yeah i hear you so the right tool for the so before something like this. You play music. You watch a harmonious tv show. You don't watch the documentary about the lions eating zebras. You watch the documentary about bunnies and flowers or whatever you choose the right tool for the job and keep yourself in place of centered. Where you become awareness. Excuse me you become aware of the Patterns of harmony between everything retro foods would hope with a two yet so much so much. So yeah i don't i don't like to do red meat before like a workshop or something because my digestion just goes totally into that and or a g processed food that takes all your digest ending. Got like bloated stomach. And you're burping things that's Just practicality garlic is so strong that all my senses keep going back to garlic. So if i'm trying to sit and meditate and try to achieve something and i'm like oh god. My garlic breath is killing me. So just is really basic is really practical is not like you know a grew sitting here saying oh you must not touch garlic. Newest practicalities burping a garlic. When you're trying to learn how meditate you know you're gonna distract your own self. Yeah so just farting when your conscious of it causes me this deal with that. Yeah what's the name of the church. What's the name of the school. The school of peace called the school of peace Currently is old website. That has a lot of old information on it from just things that i'm not currently practicing Yeah i have a a ministry program. This advertise on it. Which i'm not currently teaching anybody. But it's for people who cannot align with any religion people are unable to find any religion that they align with and but they would still enjoy doing weddings. Doing baby welcoming ceremonies doing funerals and being allowed to go into hospitals to help someone who's dying all that kind of thing. Yeah so i have been ordaining people for ten years to be peace ministers the church of flying spaghetti muster universal peace university to anyone who their theories anyone who wants to deigned. That's conscious god. Whatever telling you you should be ordained so the fact that you're filling out this form in the bag is your qualification. They have a real point there and they have turned themselves into somewhat of a substantial organization and they sell a lot of materials that can be used and they have a really good point. However i after two years of training chains you legalities in your state How do you actually create a ceremony. That's real how do you create a close the kitchen. It's ten minutes okay. Do you create a deep emotional experience during this and that how do you. How do you tend to a person who's grieving anyway. But i'm trying to say i'm not currently offering up after it is there. There were a lot of demand. I probably would offer it again but i'm just. I'm just currently not in the united states. Awful lot more. We can see what heck of a lot more and a lot of. It is on the on the website so thanks everybody for listening so dark. You probably can't see no i think. Look in the video going from light. Yeah let's let's talk more about over dinner. Yeah but.
"bonnie" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"There was some beautiful story. He has a book called autobiography of a yogi. Wants to learn about to that at the bottom of the. It's an awesome book. I love it so it's just fascinating it's true and it's fascinating and explains why did this guy come from india to a country. That's the complete opposite of his country to teach people who'd never heard of anything but he was talking about and he had decided beforehand that he would teach all of his yoga teachings in christian language because he felt that the majority of the united states was were practising christians in the nineteen thirties. And i don't know he may have been right. I'm not what do you think it was mounted account. Put your mind in his mind but like was something like oh does this like desire for like none of them have yet so i can go in there. You know celtics not sell it to everybody but give it to everybody. It was very beautiful. I love this book. And i've read about three times but it was a long time ago the last time i don't recall. I think his teacher may be sent him saying You know the word from on high. The got from god and meditation. Something like that is that somebody needs to help these people and and it's time for someone to do it. And so you're the one off and so divert up in that tree sitting on that branch. I can finally see it So uganda came and he started. I think was a theological society. Anyway and he taught taught taught and that was in meditation. I came and he wore clothes from india and people who followed him. if they became advanced practitioners. In yoga and meditation they would wear unusual things and so people that oh they're weirdos they follow this guy who has long hair from another country that sort of thing and then in the nineteen sixties For some reason or another influx of yogis such as maharishi mahesh yogi and just a bunch of other came over I mean there's whole bunches of them that came over in the sixties and seventies and some of them. We're not strong enough to maintain their path and they succumbed to you know people. Wanting to give the money support them you know by them houses and cars and women throwing themselves at them and they and they had been you know in ashrams other life you know and their couldn't resist and so some of them got bad reputations because it was they just couldn't quite hold their center in this alternate buddhist the tree and he's like they gave him like temptation. Fm station and he was like no but like he went one inch away from saying yes right. Yes exactly is tough. And so some didn't some didn't so this is this is what meditation is. And no no. Hokey hokey image. Though they have long hair and the ropes. Sit around and you know. Stick your legs in the air. Do yoga things you know with an easy rider. Remember the other like what. Are you doing long hair. Beat the shit them because like what's your long hair hippies. Imagine a yogi hair white on white and wearing doodo things that are folded around. He's wearing a dress or something Anyway so this was the origin. However i'm not talking about adopting an indian lifestyle or any meditation is at its simplest is where you sit quietly in your comfy chair. You'd be a really normal and just close your eyes and listen to yourself. Breathe really simply. Just your breath goes bernie. Breath goes down and you just feel the breath go up and down and after a while hopefully your normal loops of thoughts and awareness will stop. And if they don't stop you can move beyond a simple breath up and down to using a mantra. You don't have to have a word in sanskrit that a indian guy whispered in ear in secret doesn't have to be anything like that. You can just say. I like the word peace or i like the phrase i am free or i like the phrase anything else every watch seinfeld surrounding hilarious so so you just keep saying that over and over again find that just sitting and listening to breath is impossible and you feel itchy ansi and want wiggle and you want to think about what to make for dinner or something. Then yeah you better call in a mantra. Because you're not getting very far. He just won't go away no matter how hard you work. This support your brain. Your empty fills up in high. Saw like wait a minute. I don't need to be doing this right now. So yeah the main thing is just pick something that is beneficial to you and is different from what you normally do. That will stop the loops. We're still like in a first grade conversation about this. We're still really foundational up. Okay please a little bit But meditation being a way to stop the loops in your mind. There are other forms of meditation. A lot of people particularly in this year at this time Have a lot of anxiety and stress issues and they have a lot of anger towards people whom they dearly loved. What was it ten months ago people. They dearly love now. Are there mortal enemies. Because i'm allow one wears a mask this the other ways a mask that way you know something like that completely i gotta hand it to whoever's out there trying to divide divide people against one another. They've done a good job. I'm just. I'm just i think there's actually a separate they weren't it's like the media and algorithms that go on like have incentive to get you upset because that'll make you log on more. There is an all kinds of stuff like that. It also has to do with buying more things just has to do with craziness that we don't actually care about. And that are not particularly good for us. But that's a different subject. So if that is somebody's issue they could do another form of meditation. Which is here's your heart over here. Okay on your left side of your chest if you just. There's an energy center in line with the spinal column that is on a level with your heart and so you just breathe into that porsche or this is a matter of the actual heart or this energy center. That's related to the heart. Breathe in and breathe out and you might just use the word. Love forgiveness compassion. Joy love forgiveness compassion joy. Dan always think title. And so that will cause the heart center that will cause love to be stimulated. There is another thing that can be done because to me if you get love flowing into you instead of your thoughts if you get the thoughts quiet and you get love flowing. Love is kind of the universal lubricant that allows all good things to start working and flowing when they didn't before so another way to get love. Flowing is to place your hand on your heart and put a smile on your lips when you put a smile on. Your lips stimulates the flow of endorphins. So there's a physical response. You don't have to be happy. You don't have to imagine you're happy. You just have to shape your this after your lists like a smile. You don't even have to place your hand on your heart. just breathe and maybe you're thinking something like love forgiveness compassion joy or whatever words you like breathing in and out that causes the flow of endorphins. Which make you feel fuzzy. Warm and kinda happy may take a few minutes depending on where you're coming from. You may be like a bunch of wild horses that escape their corral and it's going to take a few minutes to get them into the corral you know what i mean to hurt the wild horses into the corral where you're just like this another thing you can do is called the oud breath and yoga I call it the darth vader breath..
"bonnie" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Talks about if you if you Anything you verbalize going like. Let's say you know these people you don't care for you if you just circling. No gyms great. Jim is great and every time. Just joined gyms company. Yes exactly just make it happen. Yes exactly with some effort right yes. I've had a few very profound surprising experiences of that in in my life by needing to be around someone for whatever reason i have to now with them for extended period of time and they really great on my nerves. I just start looking at anything i can say about. Oh they're just so cute. That's such a cute little nice. You've might not say cute yourself. But you know i'll just say oh i just love this thing about them and i kind of pretend i just love them until after while i do believe. So you've shifted. Your conscience shifted my consciousness towards the person of shifted my consciousness towards the the concept of getting the flu right before camping trip And actually caused my body to not get the flu when it was starting to. Now this is in line with another concept that consciousness effects physical state that your consciousness can affect your mental state can affect your emotional state as in you. Just love this person that really irritated you earlier and caused yourself to stop being irritated and to love them Similarly i notice that news outlets are very good at informing us all who we should like hate. And all these different countries. This person is our enemy. saddam hussein. his devil has any of us ever met him. I mean do we actually know i mean we assume because of the news programs you know things about him but i lived. There was a real person. Guy dressing up costume one. Yeah that's right exactly and so this information has come in. We allow it to affect our emotional or bad guy. Let's go bomb him burke and we don't know if he's a puppet in costumer if he's a real guy or if he's really bad or really good we don't know anything but we have been led to believe that. Yeah so i see with. I mean i live in manhattan very liberal bubble world and you just mentioned Five letter dude. Who's leaving office right now. But like you just mentioned you see people's blood. Boil exactly and i mean you could be playing spades but like trumping that and people like that. They're just mad. Another word crazy and again someone was just saying the other day. What if we actually met him in person he'd be lovely. I bet he'd be fine. Have been not but we don't know we. We assume he's hideous. There's we could say well. What if he's not would then we could start assuming that he's wonderful if we meet him and maybe neither is true. I mean we simply make assumptions based on information that we fed been fed our consciousness therefore we. I'm conscious of all these things that i've heard about various presidential features and political characters and all sorts of things and so that consciousness affects my mental state I may have a lot of anxiety about things that are going on before and after elections and before and after people go into the congress building whatever congress the capitol building. Sorry every both grew up to see And affects our emotions like the people in new york or so we know That what we read enters. Our consciousness can affect and does affect our mental state and our emotional state all of that can then affect our physical state if you think about okay. Physical state meaning like high blood pressure. I was going say okay. If you think about the basics that anybody can agree to if you for instance stress about Political goings on of of any sort in any country You are likely to possibly develop an possibly high blood pressure may be so much tension that you need to go to a massage therapist or a chiropractor or something to to work it out or go. Buy get some prescriptions for valium or whatever the heck people take So yes you can enter states of stress which if prolonged can become dangerous because if the body produces enough to doves isn't that beautiful off just circling around. Yeah look at that. The spots on the back in the blue had those are not like new york city staff so so yeah those can affect you negatively. Yes so i've kind of led to the point that people can pretty well understand that your body is likely to be affected by things just the same as if you've been single for awhile and you meet a new partner and there's instant clicking and you just go round on cloud nine for some period of time your whole body is different heartbeats fast but you feel like you can do anything and you can and your so happy and and at any you know. The world is good. You have optimism so it's affected your emotions. They feel expansive and joyous and soft. And your mind is shifted in that you realize this person may be central. Things feel more po more possible than they did before you suddenly walking on sunshine so your your mental state is affected as well and then maybe the person decides to break up with you and your crush and anyway we were just covering the basics here that always all of these our consciousness. This is not just the body registering hot and cold. I'm tired i'm hungry. These this is what consciousness does nothing physically happen to you when you fell in love right exactly your apartments the same. Everything's exact physically one could say that yes The body does produce Different hormones and the endorphins and so forth are produced so that is another really good point that win. Your consciousness has shifted by meeting someone. Now i would say that your soul and their soul are harmonious and that is why you have that connection because you could walk up to somebody else in the grocery store who has all the same basic characteristics the same career the same amount of good looks the same hobbies as you as that other person has but you will be in love with one and not the other I would call that a soul. Synchronicity someone who's consciousness the the the Light of which their consciousness has made. It was already familiar to you before that consciousness entered your little fetal body and you were born okay. Some sort of magnetic charged with them. Because you knew them. They were like but know they're already your your good friend or perhaps the two of you had had come up with a plan to do this to meet and marry or something like that or or you were assigned to one another or however things work in the cosmos And so when you meet them. There's this click. There's this recognition and you go. This feels great. Being with this person loves almost the same thing yeah and other people that you dislike the moment you meet them. I feel like and there's no explanation for it was just like yeah opposite magnets opposite. Magnus is what it is. There we go so you're talking more about the powerful effects of consciousness. It doesn't mean that that person is actually evil when you have that repulsion to them. It's just like to magnus as one magnet evil. Know if the if you put the two together that don't attract they will repel. I remember having a problem with it can in grade school. I was like you dislike people who have wronged you. That's the only people you dislike and then college. I was like i didn't do anything wrong to me. I don't like him and then it was like tell myself like somehow. I think that's allowed. You know wrong still. Don't care for them and then just like an i. Guess it's that consciousness thing. I also find that..
"bonnie" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Hi how's that furniture. Hello yeah Well we were all. I'll let you guide me how much to say but We're talking here just beautiful. I don't know what cities even down there. That's vilcabamba dot is now. That's vilcabamba ecuador. Still vilcabamba ecuador. This is a little residential suburb. Oh okay cool potomac of kabamba. All right we were just talking about the horse range. But i'm like is one of the richest cities in one of the richest counties in maryland Probably the richest county. Montgomery potomac region. Anyway that's all the senators stuff in detail. Can you believe that. Henry rollins from black flag a punk rocker. Oh yeah this is what happens when you're raised on a horse farm and potomac is you. That's what you go. The word yes. You've got to rebel against something. So that's probably but we're talking about. My name is bonnie by the way spotty from new friend of mine. Anka how did we get into it. We have been having a rousing conversation on all kinds of topics related to natural expansion of one's consciousness without using anything exterior without using anything extra to the body so translate that yes how how to get there without mushrooms and acid okay or anything anything other than the the personal self and what i like to do is help people do that. And also Enhanced their wellbeing learn how to shift their states of consciousness and learn how to Shift their states of How they feel within their body how they're how how their body feels to them By using your just your own consciousness nothing else. You don't have to go to any store and buy anything or you. Don't have to go plant anything in harvested and prepare you just exist using breath and shifting focus We can discover that our our body and the energy fields which are also referred to as the electro magnetic fields also referred to as the oric field the aura. There are a lot of different names for different things. Depending on whether you want to be scientific. Or whether you want to use -nology that comes from the india. Tibet part of the world or the native american part of the world. Okay pack of that first of all What's when you say. Consciousness never fully grasp what that means. Because i've heard it for decades. But i don't fully get where like shift you're conscious what is consciousness term okay consciousness. Gosh what a good question. i'm trying to think of who that was. Who said gary. Can you help us with this one. Who said i think. Therefore i am. Oh gosh it's one of those toll. Oh heck no way thousand. A plato descartes. They car maybe. I think we could be wrong but anyway it was some one of those I think therefore. I am is one way to word it and yet i find that limiting So you have a body and your body is the thing that is made out of meat and bones and moves around wiggles body however there is something within the body that still exists. Whether you're awake or asleep and it is the thing that feels emotions and has awareness of. Oh my gosh look at this. It's pretty great right sunset. I like how it's all shade to there. And then suddenly bright sun on them and back to shade like this is the place to be oh boy so consciousness okay here we go look at that. Did you feel like a slight expansion. Like whoa. that was beautiful like a little bit of a breath of puffing out breath puffing out from you like that's your consciousness. Your awareness was changed by simply viewing that. And also i would go out on a limb and say that the spaciousness between you and those mountains. The fact that there aren't a lot of buildings in zooming cars between you in the mountains also helped you to feel that expensive puff that gust of look at that beauty so the of you that has awareness that can not just register your surroundings like my body here knows approximately what the temperature is. And it's going to get some goosebumps if it gets cold going to make me take my sweater off if it gets hot. That's what the body is aware of but consciousness is aware of a whole lot more it puts two and two together more it it has more on dimensionality it Okay i got yeah. Consciousness is what can Grasp so much more than what is right before you okay and so when shifts conscious you're talking about shifting consciousness right. Here's an example. A lot of people have experienced this one. Have you ever used the mind over matter technique where you're involved in something you really love. Let's say you're going to go on a camping trip. You've been preparing for for six months and you leave tomorrow morning and it's the night before and you start to feel like you're coming down with flu and you say no. I'm not getting the flu. I am feeling great and you decide that you're going to say i feel wonderful. I feel strong. I'm going to go to bed and have a cup of whatever and you cause yourself to not get the flu that you could feel coming on. Has that happened to meet you..
"bonnie" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"He goes so if you can get there with mushrooms place we see the truth in the light and the way you know they go since. It's not actually taking you anywhere. It's not like i can't get to indonesia. Except if i get on a boat or a flight i can't just concentrate and get to indonesia. I can't do it. I need the boat or the flight to get their flight. Houma kidding so with mushrooms though you're not going anywhere so you actually can get there on your own and dunkin's like and so is bonnie willow say. That's what meditation is. why not. Just do it on your own if you can get there which i sort of agree with but the other side of me is like because they like mushrooms a crutch. It's a crutch they using but it's like yeah fuck off who care some use. That a crutch that's how i feel. He's a garage. Let me get there. What are we going to practice meditation for loads on which all won't wait forty five minutes and then on their again. What do i need to do it on my own. I can't do much was about anyway. No that's why because you can do. You can meditate every fucking day and you can get there all the time. I would ever either way whatever way you want to get their thoughts. get their. we're both in the same team. We're just like how to get where we're going. So she taught meditation and how to clear your mind what what kind of healing effects can have on you. So that's where we're gonna talk about today so one of the interesting people that i've met. I didn't get a chance to do that. Fucking podcast with his damn. What is it called. When you go out of your way to fucking convert people missionary emission. I should have been pockets with her outside the amazon faulk and that would have been a good one but let's not live in the past. Let's not dwell in your failures. Let's focus on your negative positives. Positively gentleman You're gonna hate it. I think it's interesting as fuck. I think this is super interesting. A forty year veteran of all this shit so ladies gentlemen please welcome skeptics body willow. The end of the day they wanna minute starts now and relieve ring ear sleep hyperbolic celebrated meditations talk the reversal of this word. Person's thought there is no difference between like the blackboard. Chalk in homicide talked about one designs outlined the mind of the outlines the body the recall could it be to trucks connected meaning. The body gets outlined with the mind neglected or poorly directed by the teachers with the chalk was to teach at the beginning of the homicide..
"bonnie" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"All right. Thank you very much sponsor for sponsoring this sponsorship of the arshat fears skeptic podcast without sponsors. Have no money to pay my staff. School of peace is bonnie's fuck in school damp. She has a lot of youtube views. Appear to prosperity attitudes love light and business business anatomy shaky master interfaith minister. It's been an energy healer for over thirty years with his longtime ago over forty years. Now listen anybody that does something for forty fucking years. They know what they're talking about. So i had this on somewhere. Somebody who's shitting on kirk cobain was like you know who's kind of a hypocrite. He said he was against the press but then he wanted to rolling stone and it was like okay. So there's two ways to look at the world you could either go. I'm better than kurt. Cobaine me who's done. Fuck hall is better than a guy who already listens to his album. Nevermind cries because it's so fucking perfect. You say i'm better than that guy or you could say. Hey kirk opens the fucking messenger. He's great at messaging. So maybe there's something i don't let me read into. Why would a guy like that. Go on rolling stone. Why would that be. I say like well. He's a hypocrite. Or i could say hey. This is part of the message. Let me read into it. She's done this for forty years. I would say keep an open mind. Listen to what she has to say She answered some of my questions Very very well Was beautiful talk and we sat right outside. Our place with the puck in hills behind us hills vehicle-bomb behind us I'll tell you what i'm gonna do this. I don't like doing this because survey this book. I gotta find it. But i read this book. Excuse me some is. Show me passage in this book. About how naming places when you're traveling olga thirteen or something like that will ruin the place if you talk about some great restaurant she's gonna bring especially in travel writing in this podcast sort of is that she's gonna bring a bunch of fucking look lose their olga author or guitar czech polish writer yep And she has this thing about naming places when travel writing names and places. So i normally don't i like what she had to say and i don't like to fuck in name stuff that it's not gonna be in there. It's not going to be in there but the point is anyway like if you say like hey there's some great new pizza place it's gonna be overrun with tourists trying to get the exact same sliced. You wrote as a travel writer. And i get that. This is a bit of travel writing. So normally i'll say i'm gonna leave out places. I'm really cities even Just like regions. You have to walk in my steps. Just walk you'll find your own fucking path but the place we're at said. Hey we're not on booking dot com. It's very difficult to fucking get businesses days. So if you wouldn't mind telling. Your friends are posting facebook that this place was really solid. It would really do a lot to help my business. And there's a place great. So if you're ever in town or via kabamba southern southern andes and ecuador place called the issue. Kalou hostel the hostel. I think it means in i ethic. It means hotel They have some dorms but they also have private rooms in the views are fucking surg and this was two rooms room there room. They're shared giant patios. It rain you could smoke a cigar. We found a tarantula in our bathroom. Bonnie's husband fuck picked it up at the back. Crazy was scared. Law was nuts. Tarantula right by the toilet and you want to travel to the corner was on the corner of the toilets. You couldn't trap. It could fall through if it was like on the wall. Either trap with a fucking. I know it's not dangerous. I'm like fuck off you not be there. I don't know man. I've seen horror movies when i was growing up. God i wish i had that quote i find it for the altro. A fine for the ultra rare and each coloma is z. H. c. l. Find it you gotta have to call the mega reservation. Their website is minimal. Or whatever you might have to send them an email. That's what we did but man. There's a bunch of hiking on the premises right from there. You can go on a few different hikes like without even leaving the premises and his hikes. All around his german guys run into the have we pencil. We're german food. German craft beer. Great fucking fun. Bar is a fucking sweet. It was sweet as full of interesting people. Solid place to stay for a few days. And you're outside your way enough from downtown The obama you can walk there in like thirty minutes but like you can also just be away. There's no reason to go in and it's also like a cab. I took a cab back. It was like seven eight minute cab and it was like how much dollar fifty as play. Some of these places like treat anyway so. Let's start the episode. You guys church of peace and love. Is that what it is. Vanni willow faith healing. I don't wanna call it healing How to meditate. Maybe it's that a stall how to meditate. Because she does give me this tips on. How did you get your brain sets. You can meditate so we have a difference of opinion on like how to get there through mushrooms or just on your own and dunkin shares. This lady bonnie's opinion shit. We start duncan says like because i had this hypothesis that would someone's coming back from a mushroom tripper an acid trip. They start on their way back. They don't make any center talking but they don't make any sense. I'm talking about a heavy trip like it's all the fucking oranges or the orange to the man to the oranges and you're like what they keep trying to say it but they get frustrating. You're like i don't understand you the frustrated because they're still often the other dimension they're back a little bit and so they're trying to talk the talk talking the other dimensions language and they're trying to translate it through this language and it doesn't quite fit doesn't quite match so it's coming off and weird jar that doesn't make any so i always say like whatever they say fucking write it down. Okay just pretend like you understand them and then just say a great talked to coach cory cory knows got up to court alltel corey because that fucking place while the truth and the way and the light is they still got a foot on that side. Translated so duncan made this point. He goes well are you. Actually you know it's just like it's just your brain been fucked with so you're actually not correct. I agree with.