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Shannon Graham on Discovering Your Destiny and Creating a New Reality

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Shannon Graham on Discovering Your Destiny and Creating a New Reality

"Shannon welcomed the unmistakable. Thanks for taking the time to join us. Thank you for having me. It is my pleasure to have you here as i was jokingly saying before we hit record united seemed to have got off on the wrong foot. We both get thought each other. We're assholes and coincidentally some of my best friends and i are in that exact same situation and when my you know roommate matt happens to be one of your clients told me a bit more about your story. I think he told me like three things and also call my god. It was like there's no question. I would love to have him as a guest so before we get into all that i want to start asking you. What religious or spiritual beliefs were you raised with and how it does end up. Impacting the choices that you've made throughout your life and your cur yeah I guess you could call it christian white you know it was. It was christianity but it was very light like we didn't go to church. You know it was. I think i can count on one. Hand the amount of times. I remember going to church so it was not heavy and my mom really was more spiritual than anything. I'll never forget the grew up among grew up in new jersey and when they were young they they grew up near a lake and on sunday. her mom would go to church and her dad would go ice skating and the kids had a choice. They could go to church with mom or they could ice skate with and one day. My mom wanted to go ice skating. All all my mom's side. I skated a. They played hockey. They just did

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WTOP

03:33 min | Last month

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"Jacob Curs, our producer just ahead President Biden in Virginia today trying to sell parts of his massive infrastructure plan. I'm Mitchell Miller today on the Hill, the Supreme Court saying no to taking up a Maryland gun law. Vaccine maker jumps into the cove it fight overseas in a big way The Dow is up 280 points. NASDAQ is down 54, the S and P up. 13 Wtlv news time. 12 31 President Biden in Virginia. Today he's trying to build support for education proposals that are linked to his infrastructure package. The story from W. T. O P S Mitchell Miller today on the Hill, The president and first lady visited a school in Yorktown and in a Coming speech, President Biden plans to tout several parts of his American families plan. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says many parts of it already have the backing of the public. Helping childcare is overwhelmingly popular free community College is overwhelmingly popular. Congressional Republicans, however, are not sold on the high cost of the plan. Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy says he supports some education initiatives. But doesn't think they should be included in a massive infrastructure proposal. I've been a big advocate for helping new parents be able to better afford caring for their Children. I'd like to see that and that future bill on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P News. Four families separated at the US Mexico border during the Trump administration will be reunited this week. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro My or Kiss is not providing specific details, he does say among the families being reunited. A mother from Honduras and another from Mexico who were separated from their Children. In late 2017. Those families were separated under the Trump administration's controversial zero tolerance policy, which resulted in the separations of thousands of kids from their moms and dads. It's estimated more than 1000 families likely remain separated. That is down significantly from 2017. At least four people were killed after a boat capsized near San Diego yesterday. Dozens more hurt. Authorities believe it may have been an attempt to smuggle people into the country illegally. Here's homeland Security secretary My or kiss It is why we so often and so powerfully articulate that one should not Take the dangerous journey. We are building lawful pathways for individuals to access our asylum system as a law provides. Cabin cruiser ran into rough waters and water temperatures have dropped to 60 degrees when the boat broke apart. 12 33 issues related to Iran are set to feature in talks later today between Secretary of State Antony Blinken and British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab. Bilateral talks come a day ahead of the first face to face discussions in two years of foreign and development ministers from the group of Seven leading industrial nations and other invited representatives. The UK holds the This year's presidency of the G seven blank INS visit to London is his first since being appointed by President Biden comes amid mounting speculation of a prisoner exchange deal with Iran and a desire to restart nuclear talks with the country. Up ahead on w t o P. The Supreme Court not taking up Maryland's ban on Bump stocks will explain 12 34. If you're working in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, a.

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Lady Bird Johnson Faces Dissent at Williams College, 1967

In Plain Sight: Lady Bird Johnson

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Lady Bird Johnson Faces Dissent at Williams College, 1967

"It's october nineteen sixty. Seven and lady bird is headed to new england. In all its autumn glory to colleges have started new and substantial environmental studies programs and ladybird is happy to lend her high profile support to help. Legitimize them sunday october. The night left the white house a little past ten and flew to an airport in north adams massachusetts. One of the placement is rides. I can remember mayor greeters. I was given a key and we went quickly on williamstown a picture. Postcard new england city at williams college. Her first stop is an event at the home of the president for hosting a luncheon for sixty people that agreed recipients. The trustees all the faculty it took me around meet everyone and then very soon. We sat the hand. I was next to a very interesting man you block. i gathered. he was the chief. Trustee quite outspoken in his approval of linden and that was one of the last words of approval. I was to hear that. Mrs lyndon b johnson comes to williams college president john sawyer escorts the first lady to the ceremony cheapen hall. She took no formal notice of a group of antiwar pickens who staged a silent vigil protesting the vietnam war. The small campus is crowded with protesters in the days. Before lady bird arrives at williams college past the professors and more than half of the undergrad sign a petition against the war. Saying it diverts un's that are needed for urgent environmental problems at home arrive at chapin hall for the ceremony. Students have arranged a silent dissent against the war. Many are wearing white armbands over there. Rose i cur kathy on stage. I looked into the audience in front of me. But i several dozen news for the graduating class in the black robes and as i saw a white armband on the first one i was not quite prepared vote

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KNBR The Sports Leader

06:21 min | 3 months ago

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"Because you know, a lot of times second unit comes in, and not only is there a drop off in scoring, but there's also kind of like, you know, there's more standing around yesterday Did the ball was getting whipped around? Guys were moving without the ball like the second unit really jumped off the screen. I thought yesterday very, very complete win for that team. I've already made Jordan pull the Lou Williams of the Warriors After one game, we start calling him sweet pool or something. We cool. Yeah, you know, I am the king of rushing to judgment there and, by the way, shut up to a text who pointed out that my bad Even mentioned a very important re signing by the 40 Niners came in under the radar, Emanuel mostly hell you sign? That's a big re sign there. So it's gonna make sure to get that out tonight check and mostly, so those air two positives. That have happened so far on the night of spirit. Way back to the Warriors. Be positive, bro. Thank you, Coach and for the seven a.m. crowd that didn't hear it. It's 6 25 Copes. I think we've got a clear our throats and shouted from the MBA headquarters. Warriors despite a four game losing streak, and despite facing the En bas best record in the Utah Jazz handed in a final score the league headquarters Golden State 1 31, Utah one night Oh, man. Sounds cool. Makes me laugh like a gasp from me to try to add it in for him. Emphasis Draw that deep breath. Yeah, They're 20 and 19 now, and they're back up to that nine seed. But you know, here comes the Lakers tonight, by the way, who have 13 losses and have lost their four and six in their last 10. This is this'd is gettable. Very absolutely. It is. Yeah, This is not at some sort of intimidating game at all. So We'll see what they do. But just a quick reaction to some of the things you need to know about last night, and it is all about this new second unit. And you know poor Brad Wanamaker and Mike Molder and Damian Lee there. They're the ones who did not play the kids who did play our Nico Mannion. Jordan Pool. And then, of course, James Wiseman, who's gonna play anyway? So by the way, Slater was sketching it out. You're going to kind of see Wiseman in 12 minute bursts for about six minutes in the first quarter to about six minutes in the second quarter and then the same thing. Six minutes in the third. About six minutes in the force was probably a play about 24 minutes going forward here. But here's cur on these three young kids, by the way, their ages. Wiseman, Mannion and pool 1920, 21. There you go. Okay, So here it is. Cur on the three kids. Yeah, I thought all three guys were great. You know, we are kind of throwing him into the deep end a little bit. Yeah, but But we've We love their their talent and their potential, And we also really like the way they play together. They fit. They fit well together because of James, whose threat as a dive, man, you know, diving to the rim. Both Jordan and Nico are good pick and roll players, and Jordan and Nico really have developed a good synergy. You know, over the course of the season. They're good friends and they went to Orlando. Like really well together, so I realized, you know, putting all three of them out there with that second group is it was putting a lot on their shoulders. But there's a reason we're doing it. We believe in those guys. Yeah, There is a significant moment right now. In more years history where they're they're transitioning to these guys. What you doing? What you give me for 86 Giants slogan is 86 you gotta like he's gonna like this. Yeah, well, it comes down to this is what you get Good through the draft. These air all three guys they drafted And these are the ones you took and okay, we drafted you come play right now. Bigger picture in terms of the wind. You know, great. Win everything. Now. Here come the Lakers and curse. Whole point is okay. Nico, James and Jordan. You guys are all had a lot of fun. You went home. You played video games. Guess what you got to show up to the gym tonight beat the Lakers. So here's current Tonight. Rockets was not is not the right word. I think I think very satisfied was probably the word I would use. You know, I told dream on when I walked in If if this were college like, you know, I would walk in as the coach and everybody would dump water on me and we don't scream yell but see NBA. We've got another game tomorrow. So we There's not, you know, not not too much energy expended knowing we got another game tomorrow, but very gratifying win. I just liked our intensity defensively from the start to the finish, you know that's a great team. They're tough to guard and I thought we weigh ST stayed with it and stayed into them the entire night. Yeah, I was reading the Utah beat writers see what they were see what the world with jazz say after saying, Yeah, they were They were. They were self critical of themselves, saying when we were turning it over too much. We were turning it over and I was thinking that you were turning it over because the Warriors were all up in you. That's why you returning. You tell me there were a little reluctant to give these upstart plucky W did ever quote where he said that second unit, he said, their second unit gave us fits. That's right. That's right now. I want to see that again from the second unit, though, because that to me like that was the thing. He was such a like, Don't tease us with one time only performance. I want to see that carry into the next game, which would be tonight. I want that ball movement. I want the scoring to. Ah, continue to be steady as we saw it yesterday and Murphy can it Can it continue to play at that level? I hope so. I will say, though I'm sure they have some setbacks. The 1920 21 but was The kind of funny he says. We threw him in the deep end. And the one guy's name is pool, right. Okay, I got it worked. Thank you weren't needed. Yeah, very much. You needed something? Yeah. And here he is. Jordan Pool. Well, this is Steve Kerr on Jordan pool. Get to know him. Guys. This is a guy who's coming on right now. That's what Steve correct to say about it. Well, he's he's on a good run. You know, He played well in Orlando, and he's played well since he's come back and he gives us something. That gives us a little different dynamic because of the scoring but also kind of playmaking off the dribble. And if the matchups are right, there's no reason why he can't be out there, you know to close again. Classic sixth man, Right Classic off the bench juice, energy guy, but they leave him on the floor at the end of the game, right? So that's not the only comment on Jordan Fool. You got Draymond green, the basketball genius here. What a game he had, by the way, shout out data there 25 1 in his 26 career, triple doubles..

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WTOP

03:01 min | 4 months ago

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"Jacob Cur is our producer Coming up. Congress puts impeachment in the rear view mirror ready to tackle other pressing issues on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell. Miller. They voted to convict ex President Trump and now they're feeling the heat. Just how important is NATO to the U S. They're about to find out. I'm J J Green wtlv news time. 5 31, a second impeachment trial and acquittal or now behind President Trump. But there's ongoing fall out for Republicans who voted to convict the seven Republicans who joined Democrats to vote guilty are now facing backlash. Saturday night, the Louisiana Republican Party executive committee. Voted to censure Senator Bill Cassidy. He's defending his decision. I'm attempting to hold President Trump accountable and that is the trust I have from the people that elected me and I am very confident that as time passes People will move to that position. Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski issued a statement saying if months of lies organizing a rally of supporters in an effort to thought the work of Congress, encouraging a crowd to march on the Capitol and then taking no meaningful action to stop the violence, once it began is not worthy of impeachment. I cannot imagine what is Skyler and reach CBS News Washington in the North Carolina Republican Party is expected to vote today on whether the censure Senator Richard Burr, over his vote to convict former President Trump. North Carolina GOP Chairman Michael Watley said that birds vote to convict in a trial that he declared unconstitutional is shocking and disappointing. Burst, says he had resolved to be an impartial juror. Once the full Senate decided to proceed, and that Trump bears responsibility for the riot at the U. S. Capitol. Congress now plans to move on from the impeachment trial. The lead impeachment manager says he has no regrets about how the case was presented. WT. Opie's Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill. This was the most bipartisan president. Impeachment event in the history of the country. Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin led the case against the former president, which ended in Donald Trump's second acquittal. Questions have been raised about whether House Democrats should have pushed harder for witnesses in the trial. But Raskin says he can live with the decision not to call them. Given the political situation We could have had 5000 witnesses and Mitch McConnell would be making the same speech because what he's asserting is that the Senate never has jurisdiction over of former president An assertion Raskin strongly disagrees with, but with impeachment now behind them, lawmakers can now fully address other issues, including President Biden's covert relief plan on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o p New. Meanwhile, bipartisan support appears to be growing for an independent September 11 style commission into the deadly riot. Investigations into the riot are already planned, with Senate hearing scheduled for later this month. Lawmakers from both parties have signaled that even more enquiries are likely on independent commission along the lines of the one that investigated the 9 11 attacks would probably require legislation to create coming up the U. S strengthens its ties to NATO after four years of strain, 5.

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:35 min | 4 months ago

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"Cur Jeff Wagstaff and world renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr Alfred been naughty. Biden and certain members on the left have been preaching unity and saying We need to come together. Yet many of their actions have done nothing but divide Americans further. Joining us to discuss is Gavin Wax. He's a return guest, conservative political commentator, Calmness and president of the New York Young Republicans club. Thank you for being with us. Thank you for having me. Yes, of course. Now, Gavin. I think first we need to get your take on this whole second impeachment thing, you know, instead of the government in the Congress and Senate, focusing on the pandemic, getting the economy back on track and things instead, they're more focused on and worried about preventing trump from running again in 2024. What's your thoughts? Well, the American people deserve a serious government. A government that's going to you know, work for them to help them out during these hard times, whether it's stimulus checks, whether it's dealing with what's left of Cove it, you know, supporting the economy, etcetera. Instead, they have a bunch of you know political actors or rather aspiring political actors, you know, engaging in theatrics on Capitol Hill, you know, to boost their own ego and to attack their personal nemesis, Donald J. Trump, But none of this actually helps anyone. It doesn't help their constituents and it doesn't move in the direction of unity or moderate. Shin, which was the slogan of the Biden administration and their their previous campaigns. So it's a lot of, you know, smoking mirrors and zip really hurting the country. Hmm. And what do you think about this whole idea of the you know the fake unity, But all the done is just encourage further division with record breaking executive orders in just hours into his presidency. What's your take on that? It's massive gas lighting. The Democrats are experts at that. It's also so it's also projecting everything. They accused Trump of doing whether it was, you know, ruling like a dictator, you know, being a tyrant, a desperate all these kinds of things. It's basically by that. I mean, I think he's over. 50 executive orders more than any previous president in such a short period of time. So it zit administration that's not trying to have ruled by law. It's ruled by Dick Todd, and he's issuing executive orders that are So far to the left there, they would never be able to. They would never be able to pass through the legislative process, whether it's ending girl sports by allowing transgender athletes to compete or shutting down the Keystone pipeline, causing thousands of jobs to be lost within a matter of days. I mean, these are destructive left wing policies being implemented at the stroke of a pen rather than through Congress, even though they control Congress. We just speak volumes about their agenda. And what they have in store for us over the next four years, right? Because Biden couldn't say enough negative about President Trump his handling of Cove it and Biden claimed that a he could handle it immediately. If he got into the White House, and here we are all these weeks later and what has he done? He's actually said You can't do anything to change the trajectory of the disease of the virus. There was really no plan of action he basically inherited, you know, an administration that provided him with the vaccine. A rollout plan a method for distribution, and he's sort of just inheriting it. Doesn't seem to be doing much more than that. So all his, you know, bold proclamations from the campaign trail or kind of moot at this point. I do know I have noticed that a lot of the case numbers have been going down on then all of a sudden. Now the media is actually attacking Governor Cuomo here in New York for his Is not only his incompetence, but some of his, you know, actual malevolent actions when it comes to the nursing home, So it seems like all the stuff that was being brushed under the rug..

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"cur " Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Here Euros. Kimberly Bermel Been naughty and co host Ethan You Cur and Jeff Flagstaff. I want to thank you for listening to American medicine. Today. I am Ethan. You cur joined by Jeff Wagstaff, Kimberly and Doc maybe joining us a little bit later on in the show. But for now, you're stuck with us, but it's going to be a good program. We got doctor Sal George Johnny Jr coming on a little bit later. Gonna talk about this. Johns Hopkins study that Seemed to point to the fact that many covert deaths were mislabeled, therefore, inflating the numbers. Truth fiction. I don't know we'll get into it with him. But right now, most people don't know that when you eat is just is important as what you eat and joining us to discuss his doctor. Michael Roisin, America's chief wellness officer, Cleveland Clinic, chief medical consultant on the Dr Oz show in New York Times bestselling author of the What to Eat When cookbook. Thank you for joining us, Dr. My privilege. Think do yes. So I mean, just give us the gist of this book. It looks looks really interesting. My brother, I'll tell you he's a firefighter Paramedic really big into fitness and things like that. He is big on the Internet and fasting which to me, doesn't seem like it would be all that healthy. You know, he'll go 18 hours without eating and then eat. He's convinced that it works. So I lied out with that question is intermittent fasting. Healthy is a good for you because basically, that's when you eat and that's what you're saying is the most important Yes. So your circadian rhythm is set by the sun and the sun does more than change the hormones responsible for sweep. It also changes your hormones responsible for metabolism. We've evolved that over the centuries. Um if you will. And so intermittent fasting is a form of what he win or the one way of eating as we call it, and what that means is you want to eat in a limited time frame such a six or eight hours. And you want to eat mainly when the sun's up more early, less later,.

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Joe Biden: Covid vaccination in US will not be mandatory

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Joe Biden: Covid vaccination in US will not be mandatory

"Elect Joe Biden today, telling reporters he won't make it mandatory for Americans to get vaccinated. But he wants to make sure that people use their judgment to protect others that the risk of contracting covert 19 I don't think he should be mandatory. I wouldn't demand to be mandatory. But I would do everything in my power just like I don't think masks have to be made mandatory nationwide. Do everything in my power as president onstage to encourage people to do the right thing, and when they do it demonstrates that it matters. Biden says it after he's inaugurated, he plans to ask all Americans to wear face masks for 100 days to produce the cur.

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WTOP

01:56 min | 7 months ago

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"Jacob Cur is our producer this morning and just ahead a key swing state in the presidential election plans to certify its vote results today. I'm Mitchell Miller Today on the hill names for President Elect Biden's Cabinet are beginning to emerge more breaking developments this morning about another Corona virus vaccine. Nobody t o P News times 7 32 Despite protests from President Trump, Michigan is expected to certify its election results today and Joe Biden's victory details from W. T. O P S Mitchell Miller today on the Hill, Michigan Republican Congressman Fred Upton says at this point, there should be nothing to stop the state from certifying that Joe Biden wanted by more than 150,000 votes. We expect that that process move forward and let the voters not the politicians speak Upton, speaking on CNN's inside politics. Group of GOP state legislators met with President Trump last week and the Republican National Committee wants to delay certification. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the president hasn't helped the situation in Michigan, but hopes the normal process moves forward. Try to be unifying. Let's try to be respect there is this element in our country? I don't think Donald Trump created it, but I think he fans the flames on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T O P. News There is a chance that one or both Republican members of the Michigan canvassing board. Could delay certification by voting against it. One canvassing for member has previously indicated he's thinking about voting to delay the process if the board were to vote against it. The case would go to the States State Court of Appeals and then to the state Supreme Court, which would be expected to demand that the board certified the results as is written in state law. The governor, Democrat Gretchen Whitmer, could also replace any of the board members. More Republicans are beginning to express frustration with President Trump for refusing to concede the election. CBS News correspondent Chip Reid is at the White House with more on the golf course. President.

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Dual Sleep And Why It's Good For You

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

04:21 min | 8 months ago

Dual Sleep And Why It's Good For You

"Already instead of start things off we have follow up something that we said we would get back to you last time which I feel like every time we do that we We don't always get back to it, but we're getting back to it. So yeah, emily had asked us about her shift work weight loss intermittent fasting 's like crazy sleep schedule where she would sleep from ten PM to two. AM Do a paper out from two to four am and then sleep from four to seven am. which was very crazy sleep schedule. We talked about the like fascinating. was. It made Victorian people I think in general just being like the I've just read articles that indicated. That's how they live like medieval times or I don't know that was the natural way to be yes. They would like go to sleep and then like wake up and then go to sleep. So I asked the residence sleep expert Dr Cur- personally who I've had on the melon avalon biohacking podcast linked to that in the show notes the I asked him about it and obviously knew everything about it. He said it was called dual sleep and it occurred roughly twenty two longitudinal above or below the equator and it was because nights were ten to twelve hours at night. And the people would sleep into have the night and they would like wake up in the middle to do activities and hang out while the kids were still asleep. So that's different than like today where we're always sleeping, you know we're lucky for sleeping eight hours and the reason I'm bringing this up is because I think we were contemplating that really oh so maybe this is like a good thing. It's not an ideal situation that situation would be if you were sleeping like if it was like a twelve hour night and you're waking up in the middle so. I think our originally answer still stands about that schedule because they slept from dark too dark, right? That was the difference those people were sleeping from dark too dark and that was too much sleep. Yeah. Probably today would wake up in the middle and then had their second half of the that makes sense but you know what my body is still tuned. To that I swear I could live that way because as soon as it starts to get dark I wanna go to bed I don't care if that's nine thirty at night or five thirty at night. If it's dark I WANNA get into bed I probably should start just doing that. Go to bed wake up in the middle of the night get up. To do some stuff, go back to bed I bet I think that might be my natural. Goes might be my natural way of being I might. Sylvia. Wake in that time when you wake up because you go to bed so like when does it get dark? You would go to bed at like. Five o'clock if it's the wintertime. Okay. See Sleep from like five to like eleven. Oh, and then you wake up and then we could hang out. And then had my second night's sleep and we could both back to same. I swear I would probably feel great doing that we could do the podcast in. I'd have to have an earlier window I'd have to shift it. So, yeah. Coming from Jen's by phase sleep. In my normal sleep and my normally. That's so funny. The APP asleep is huge. I will do a quick plug for Dr Percy's sleep remedy. have an unflavored version of it that is fast friendly, and basically has all of the substrates that your brain naturally needs to fall asleep. So it's not like a pharmaceutical doesn't knock you out or you know affect your sleep quality just makes your brain naturally fall asleep. So being you can get it for ten percent off at sleep remedy dot com slash Melanie Avalon, and the version of it that I have is a capsule. It's a capsule. They have drinks as well. So you can get it for ten percent off at Melanie avalon dot com slash sleep remedy with the coupon, Melanie Avalon and the they do have the drinks while they're coming out with a kids formulation soon so That's pretty exciting but YEP sleep sleep is super important. I feel like I keep reading everywhere that. Out of everything honestly diet lifestyle exercise sleep asleep is lake probably the most important I mean it's hard to say once more important than the other but sleep is so k. like fasting is good for us because it's healing sleep is where are our brains are healing? Right? Not Sleeping it's like eating all the time. As far as like the effects it has yeah

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Odd Lots

08:13 min | 8 months ago

"cur " Discussed on Odd Lots

"You have CDC central banks can directly influence interest rates on digital money and they basically control it. But on the other hand your as we discussed potentially setting up a competitor to bank deposits and were not exactly sure whether or not. That might change the sensitivity of the demand for that type of money to interest rates. I'd be curious to get your views on this. How do you see CBD? CDC interacting with monetary policy. That's a really good question. It's a little bit is a room. That's it. It's a really good question and it's a it's a question. Dr Most are central banks. Working hard to not to answer, and they're see takes a report we've been. We've been discussing we we we value to that but we are very early on front. We say we're not going to discuss it right. and. There is a simple reason to that, which is a monetary policy is A. He is a different mandate and it's just it's it's very national, very domestic and is being are decided in different places like I mean. Monetary Policy Committees. And so a central don't want to mix substitute discussions because if he comes and the way, they will use it for two type policies something that they want to decide for themselves. And so the case for International Corporation today is not on. Monday. Aside, it's underpayment side because we won't stop the payment architecture to to work smoothly and it is global right. and. This is you already see and you're going to see a lot more international coordination on CD and digital money generally because payments all the are the backbone of the of international finish architecture, and so you won't go to seek ordination for the system to be stable when monotype body sees a suffering metro is locally people and and governors want to talk to their and to report to their. Right to US Congress the European Parliament CETERA. That's not something they want to discuss in the open air and internationally so. Beat facility call off political you know the to to to to explain to extend your when discussing it. Now. Of course, it is an issue. Of course, it is an issue that central banks would have to decide for themselves. And I really see a key question coming for for each and every central bank to decide which is. Do you want to do CDC for monetary reasons or do you want to make it as neutral as possible? Underway our respect was away. You implemented tight buddy. and. That's a decision to take early on because it impacts your architecture it impacts the way you're going to do CDC. ISSUE ON CDC to be accessed by your growth randolph, you're going to be clearer and if you want to be able to control both the quantity and the price of that form of money, which is what it is about. Then is different from deciding that you. You're going to issue a given amount of CBC and then you do not want to know where it's going for instance. and. So there is a potential to use CBC in. A made way write-in again, a very, very the our way to to bring money to places to. To to to money down the last night as a as my colleague was in Gaston says once said that sets that systems today bombs very much wanted to see money being bumped down to the last mile and and making all players, all corners of society and but if you want to do CVC to that, then you probably have to to design your CBC in a different way and central banks have not decided yet or really. So we really to beat the crossroads there and different central box may take. From decisions. And so my Personal Take Short, which doesn't commit anyone. And I'm not even doing type see because I'm. So it's really my personal view is that it is worth reflecting on that. Was We are kind of at the end of a cycle where I'm GONNA type REC-, we've made money to anybody see implementation incredibly sophisticated sin serves a great crises and again now. Through he has a goal and outcries, but most of feet if not all of Egos through your markets rights. So we have very different sophisticated ways complex ways to. Influence on Capitol on financial market expectations, and under an an an honor dumping money in and I would have capital markets. But at some point that's hitting limits because our places in the economy where everybody just could. Just GonNa gonNA reach it also might create particular issues. Goes incredibly incredibly societies type see as being a Oh conversation between central banks and the capital market participants. And they feel excluded from the conversation. That might my less word that ECB last year in less teaching less meeting at the. Conclusion whereas that differ. Diaper DC remains a conversation between central banks markets than we shouldn't be surprised if people don't trust us right and that's a little bit what we see and CBC can be a way to reconnect central banks with with people if he's done well, but some central banks want to go there some won't don't want to go there and that's fine. There will difference I. Mean. This might be a good moment to sort of a little bit to some of the bigger policy questions that the world faces right now but it seems to me like a point that you made which i. Find. Really interesting and a few of your answers is like a lot of these are political questions and political questions have to be made to some extent outside of the central. Bank. But I guess one of them is, do we want monetary authorities to have the ability to more easily put buying power in the hands of normal people now just functioned through capital markets and it sounds like this sort of CBD C conversation that the world is having is sort of a parallel potential conversation to this question of do we want to expand the tools that central banks have to get people money? I would agree with that and I mean the fact that there are political dimension sweet doesn't imply that central banks should defer to to petitions, rights, era CBC, CDC's votes future of money. It's about the future of monetary policy. Future payments and so on. bunks would be on top of the discussion which which which all now. But which I guess what we're both saying he's there are dimensions some trade-offs where you need to get a sense of of the preferences of society you need to you need to a third of society and that's why enor- placer CDC will require extensive consultations, which is away the are. For instance, Hixon Canine Stockholm mistaken, which is easy being always taking. Unique to consult a lot that's not something that you want to do under closed-door in a in a central box somewhere you. That's something we're. Dimensions where which neither engagements we saw with society at large. So I, I know there's been some discussion on intentionally cheering interest rates when it comes to CDC and and maybe even allowing the Central Bank to impose negative rates on digital money that they issue that probably says more about where we are in terms of unconventional monetary policy as a whole than it does necessarily about CDC but. Maybe that should be a huge to to broaden the conversation and talk a little bit about what's going on in the world. At the moment I think when you were at the c there wasn't assumption that monetary policy would eventually get back to normal, but it seems increasingly likely now that low interest rates and acid purchase programs, things like that are here to stay..

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77WABC Radio

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"cur " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The nation's top military honor this week from President Trump. Army Rangers Sergeant Major Thomas Paine help rescue more than 70 hostages held by ISIS storing a nighttime special operations raid in October. 2015 in Iraq's cur cook pain had already been awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his heroism. The Medal of Honor represents the highest military decoration. The ceremony scheduled to take place at the White House on Friday, The White House, in a statement praised pain for his speed, audacity and courage at the White House. John Decker Fox News The 2020 senses may keep going beyond the end of this month, A federal judge has temporarily block the Census Bureau from winding down operations in a few weeks after a lawsuit was filed by cities, counties and civil rights groups. They want the end of October deadline restored toe afford more time for minority communities to be accurately counted. Airlines are losing money, and they're hoping Congress helps out revenue is down 75% and that's really where we are and where we're expected to be actually through the end of the year, and that is why we are asking for continued relief from Congress to keep us in our jobs so that we can lift off again once the virus is under control, and people do feel safe to fly. Sarah Nelson, the president of the Association of Flight Attendants on Fox and Friends. U S Airlines of outlined furlough plans for the fall that could affect over 75,000 workers. Nearly 100 arrests have been made in Hong Kong during anti government protests. The city was supposed to hold elections today. But earlier this summer, chief executive Carrie Lam postpone them for a year because of surging Corona virus cases. Critics argue that Lamb's government was worried that the opposition would gain seats if the voting went ahead on schedule. I'm Cam Puso. And this is Fox News. WNBC traffic.

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WCBM 680 AM

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"cur " Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Army Rangers Sergeant Major Thomas Paine help rescue more than 70 hostages held by Isis storing a nighttime special operations raid in October. 2015 in Iraq's cur cook Pain had already been awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his heroism. The Medal of Honor represents the highest military decoration. The ceremony scheduled to take place at the White House on Friday. The White House, in a statement praised pain for his speed, audacity and courage. At the White House. John Decker Fox News, The 2020 cents is May keep going beyond the end of this month, A federal judge has temporarily block the Census Bureau from winding down operations in a few weeks after a lawsuit was filed by cities, counties and civil rights groups. They want the end of October deadline restored to afford more time for minority communities to be accurately counted. Airlines are losing money, and they're hoping Congress helps out revenue is down 75% and that's really where we are and where we're expected to be actually through the end of the year, and that is why we are asking for continued to relief from Congress to keep us in our jobs so that we can lift off again once the virus is under control, and people do feel safe to fly. Sarah Nelson, the president of the Association of Flight Attendants on Fox and Friends, U. S Airlines and outlined furlough plans for the fall that could affect over 75,000 workers. Nearly 100 arrests have been made in Hong Kong during anti government protests. The city was supposed to hold elections today. But earlier this summer, chief executive Carrie Lam postpone them for a year because of surgeon Corona virus cases. Critics argue that Lamb's government was worried that the opposition would gain seats if the voting went ahead on schedule. I'm Campos and this is Fox News. Whatever outdoor plans you have for today and for Labor Day looking great Mother.

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AM 1350 WEZS

02:33 min | 11 months ago

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"Curs Now I'm Jack Callahan. Fox News. The announcement from Joe Biden on Tuesday. Weeks of speculation ended with a text message to Biden campaign supporters, Senator Camilla Harris will be the Democratic vice presidential nominee. In a statement. Former Vice President Joe Biden says he needs someone working beside him who is tough, smart and ready to leave boxes Jared Helper and former president Obama, saying his former vice president nailed it by choosing Senator Harris. Fox's Jackie Heinrich reports. Progressive voters may be disappointed with Biden's choice. Despite support from Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren recently, Harris has been vocal about police reform. But during the primaries, she struggled to reconcile criticism she avoided prosecuting killer cops. His attorney general Plus her health care plan didn't fully back Medicare for all but kept private insurance. Well, those points may not win over the far left. The Biden campaign hopes they'll undercut attacks from the Trump campaign. President Trump's reaction She was my number one draft pick. He was the one that I thought would be the best for us. The president, speaking exclusively with thoughts is Hannity controversial congresswoman surviving an expensive primary challenge. On Tuesday, squad member Congresswoman Ilhan Omar of Minnesota was facing tough competition from Anton Milton You an attorney who spent a fortune on ads. Can stir. But Omar managed a primary win in Georgia. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a businesswoman who supported the far right conspiracy theory, Q. Went on has won the Republican nomination for the 14th Congressional District and a Republican candidate for Congress and Connecticut dropped out Tuesday, Justus voters were going to the polls. The GOP's Thomas Gilmer, arrested Monday for an alleged attack on a girlfriend. Ah, video of that attack was given to police by his primary opponent, Fox's Jill. NATO. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network alone Pary No inspire Walt. I'll tell you what state run unemployment offices are so antiquated that some people waited three months before they got there. First cheque. So how do they expect them to then calculate a 70% of people whose wages went up and down and kind of a mess, and the Democrats seem to me to have the upper hand here for now, we'll sure because we probably don't have their act together. Subscribe and listen now by going to a Fox News podcast dotcom. There's never been a more critical time. Fox News media is bringing America together. America is watching news and fearless.

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Houston - 3 Dead, 9 Injured After Alleged Drunk Driver Crashes Into Motorcycle Club

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Houston - 3 Dead, 9 Injured After Alleged Drunk Driver Crashes Into Motorcycle Club

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"cur " Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:15 min | 1 year ago

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"Reschedule. So if you blocked the National Association, of whatever where you belong to Xyz, Corporation. You had a meeting coming up. You're not gonNA, have it? You'RE GONNA, have it? Probably you WANNA Q. Two of next year. That all ships so it's. It's very difficult to predict. And I think to in in the cruise industry. What I've heard is that people are not necessarily canceling their cruises. They're just pushing them out into either the fall or in two thousand twenty one. Yeah so I. Think there is that I also think though you know eventually in in in. We saw you know when the when the The lockdown was being lifted, and people started returning to the beaches, and you could point to the millennials that we're all gathering in bars and didn't really care, but I think in general, though and you can, you can tell me about this really a trust and confidence at some point in time that the brands have to communicate that their hotel or their cruise liner. Whatever it happens to be is is safe as safer. 'cause there's always I would imagine some kind of lingering in the back of people's minds, you know. Is this really stamped out, or is it just? They're just waiting to the hit us again. Like, the cruise industry I got hit with that norovirus all the time. How do you see? From? A brand perspective on what's GonNa? What's it? GonNa take to build that confidence back. Well, it's an interesting. Dilemma because brand. You can't go out with the marketing campaign saying my rooms more sanitized than the other guy. Is just not a campaign. You'RE GONNA lead with right so the industry itself has done a good job setting standards. For the hotels for the brand, so you have American hotel lodging yet US travel. That have come out and said look. These standards ride these sanitizing plexiglass these masks these the. You know you gotTa wait extra twenty four hours before your trump remote or got tape over the crack door to seal it, so the industry has has set up standards. The brands especially the really you know the big brain, ans-, they'll go above and beyond the standards in dealing with I still. Work I'm an adviser for owner of Ritz Carlton. Grand Cayman so I'm on calls constantly with both those brand teams. And Right now. The only thing that that's on any brand marketers mind is getting their destination in their hotel shelf space in your head. The fact that they're going to be sanitized in safe in cream you, you may find that in the body copy. You're not gonNA, find it as a headline. Because they're all gonna say that and so again to my earlier point. Lead with my hotels more sanitized than yours. To in your, your is about the messaging, and in understanding you know the needs of the audience and I always looked when I deal with competitive situations. Is You know what's the anti? Everybody's saying? How do we say something? It's that differentiates us from everybody else in everybody leads with a were sanitized and we're clean. Then then there is really no separation, and then also I I also get concerned. When I see some of the things happening with my clients in in the people that I talked to that. They're diluting their brands. In the short term because I need short term revenue been in the long term they're doing. Which always concerns me a great point you know you don't want to. Back it on I, if you recall the the economic leman brothers disaster in sitting in my roller. Ritz Carlton, we lost. Probably thirty thirty five percent revenue overnight, because a third of our segment is business travel. and. You had CFO's companies saying do not stay at a Ritz Carlton. I'M NOT GONNA. Approve your expense report. Related, hundreds of people off don't be staying in a luxury hotel. In, so we hammered..

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Lone Nigerian schoolgirl held captive

Democracy Now

02:38 min | 3 years ago

Lone Nigerian schoolgirl held captive

"Courtroom there is no justice under the occupation her father bassem tamimi later told reuters the case attracted the attention of westerners because of his daughters light skin and blonde hair and you'll be able to see my daughter blown the blue as they could because they saw so their their children in front of them it's broke this three little type of the image of in the international community which brainwash by the media former media done for the palestinians they show the palestinian like them we'll have more on the case of with our guests after headlines in burma a pair of writers journalists reach their one hundredth day behind bars wednesday as they face up to fourteen years in prison for allegedly violating burma's official secrets act while loan and charles so were arrested on december twelfth as they investigated a massacre committed by the burmese military targeting rohingya muslims in the village of indian in september as police led them away from a courthouse in rangoon chaucer so briefly held his young daughter and addressed reporters i would like to record for my daughter that people who reported the truth were detained and put behind bars in burma i want my daughter to know when she grows up this is a shame record this so that my daughter knows the things that happened with this government the truth seekers were arrested were put behind bars and media freedom was cur tailed on wednesday members of hong kong's foreign correspondents club said it has gathered forty two thousand signatures calling for the release of the burmese journalists members of the club say burma's embassy in hong kong closed its doors early wednesday in an effort to avoid receiving the petition in nigeria dozens of school girls who'd been kidnapped from their school in the northern town of top g were released wednesday more than a month after they were taken during a raid by boko haram militants government officials say one hundred one hundred ten girls who are ducted february nineteenth were returned in that at least five girls died during their ordeal one witness said the five were crushed to death this militants herded them into vehicles to be returned many of the girls showed signs of dehydration and malnourishment in peru president pedro pablo kuczynski resigned on wednesday one day after he was scheduled to.

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KOMO

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"cur " Discussed on KOMO

"Back from a threeday weekend tuesday morning smoky hazy skies in seattle and what was supposed to be a mostly sunny day still a hot day ahead seventy degrees in seattle right now i'm gregg hersholt i'm manda is off just for one more day should be back tomorrow tens of thousands of acres are burning as the wildfire threaten increasingly forcing people from their homes all across washington and kumble's carleen johnson has the update onto the biggest fires one burning their clear element one briton you're the crystal mountain ski resort nor mandatory evacuation orders went out over the weekend in the n away meadows area unclear elham and four lake clear elham that's the jelly mountain fire been burning there for about three weeks martin fox was evacuated from his home in ronald had to get his horses goats and chickens all louder tomorrow through back of vehicles or laps wherever we could put him the other big fires shut down a long search of 410 yesterday and it remains closed the nor speak fire threatens the crystal mountain ski resort resort owner john cur charity could get it owlry eric although it area the back risky area and got some breaking news that we're going to take you to right now us attorney general jeff sessions is just now making the announcement for president trump that they are phasing out an obama era program that has been protecting hundreds of thousands of young immigrants who were brought into the country illegally as children this is a programme known as daca look listen live to attorney general jeff sessions authority by the executive branch the effect of this unilateral executive amnesty among other things contributed to a surge of minors at the southern border that yielded terrible humanitarian consequences and also denied jobs to hundreds of thousands nds of americans by allowing those same illegal aliens to take those jobs we inherited from our founders and have advanced and unsurpassed legal heritage which is the.

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"cur " Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"cur " Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"That's okay. Great. That's our pin of the week with zero flaws angry, Katie. Well, thanks. We did it did it. We did it. I get happy birthday eve. Thank you in recent new year to you, and everyone be my birthday month. Everyone getting you guys. I'm not that big of a jerk about it you only halfway. I got a captain update for you. How's it been with captain? We'll listen while recording. What a good dog when a great dog very protective as we mentioned now while we were recording here at a sound. He didn't care for barked turns out, Kevin twenty bucks figures. Yes. However in all fairness, we did not know if you fired I or bug. I say nobody knows the point is that came real close together. And then he seems surprised that there was a fart of air around. Like that's weird. Somebody had to candle. Stiffly more countries than it was previously. You accuse me like why does your house smell bad? Doc here. I'm gonna love it. I love it. What a talent skill. We're for twenty bucks. Can't you're going to Hollywood. What if we have listeners who also have dogs for when the bird? Love. I would love that to be. We didn't do thread next bark. Yeah. Book breakfast or even saying words anymore to say. Yeah. Wonder could they call or Email? Oh my gosh. Yes. They could hear about four Minnesota. We would love to have you. Call in your dogs, Astor's your victories. Hey your dog bar time. To our voicemail three thousand three to five zero three three one five three two three two five zero three one five also tweet out..

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"cur " Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

03:34 min | 4 years ago

"cur " Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"Is a what are they called? If they're blonde fringe BULLDOGS, fun thown. Yes. Tina's upon French Bill. Perfect everything you want. Yes, I'm sorry. You won't be taking him on. It's been a tough year really aren't curious. Also, truly perfect. I do feel like he would be a wonderful addition to any household guaranteed. But I'm glad he found. He's going to a million home with his already little friend. And then I think I did it was real quick. Yeah. Definitely don't have to. But if you feeling like me like what can I do? I think it was a huge advocate for mental health. So find find somebody that you can donate to volunteer with whatever that supports mental health would be. We're just watch. Wishful drinking think that is going to be on HBO. And then they also have a new documentary coming out. Yes. I have seen it on HBO lately. Wishful thinking, I totally agree with you. I also like to add up crispy, you probably all know those Carrie Fisher, a huge dog lover. Gary was actually heard therapy dog helped her cope with her bipolar disorders. Like, you said she was a huge advocate for mental health as well as duds. So I think if you don't eat to mental Health Organization or a rescue dog organisation, we'd love dogs, borders and best friends LA. I'm sure if you there's a bazillion in your area wherever you live also feel free to tweet us. We'll give you recommendations. Yes. Yeah. So we just wanted to we wanted to honor her. We don't wanna be to that. Of course. But we did want to celebrate her life and say, hey, he's a shout out to one of our favorite dog lovers and one of our favorite songs perfect. Oh, boy, this is here we go. We got a pin post is it festive. And my goodness. Boy. This is who who because it's great since from Katie eighty has posted a picture of her puppy who was playing in the snow. Puppy. Also had a snow cone on. So it was just a cone when it started. But then wouldn't play in the snow. So her post exactly says guys puppy in a cone plus playing in the snow equals snow cone. Doug. Oh, let me see pictures of your winter pups he and now, and then you just in its a scroll of just dogs playing in the snow and the original pose this looks like maybe eight birdies mountain dog or a. Yeah. I love him. I just can't. We we scroll on through. We've got a lot of. Here's what I love about each one of these dogs. They got they got snowing. There knows the just couldn't be bothered to take dad yet. Listen, I was digging and you cut me. So they're all great the posts that are currently there. We've got some action shots snowballs being thrown in the dog's chasing the snowball. Come on. And a lot of these dogs wearing little jackets sweaters, obviously is an improvement. Any photo? It's on. I tell you what I love snow in pictures. No. That's not true skiing is my favorite sport. But go to work in it. Yeah. You and you have fun or just like say in and drink hutch letter play with your dogs around. The best I'm fine with that. So Katie thank you so much for the pin post. We're gonna put it on our Facebook page. It'll be it'll be. Pinned at the top. And you've got pictures of your dog and snow. We wanna see it. But also, let's see Linda finis sunny climate. I'll see some show dogs due to be like snow. Would you say we can do our own version of whether pup happy dogs of all climate perfect?.

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Can I Pet Your Dog?

02:26 min | 4 years ago

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"No case legs. Abe rids favorite dog. Had a rough week. Gerry was Carrie Fisher's puppy. Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds. Whoa. Whoa. Boy. I saw a really cool post about like man is it hard to lose them. But so cool. They didn't lose each other, which is awesome. So so those that don't know is that Carrie Fisher principally among an amazing writer, if you have not read her book wishful drinking, do it just so smart and witty tick, and she's the best. But she she has a French bulldog named Gerry whose tongue is permanently sticking out, so cute. And in all the interview, she did research every interview she recently did on TV Gary's part of it. I recommend the one on good Morning America, which is weird sight to check out. But she brought Gary and then ask Gary what he thought of the most recent storms. It's just it's perfect. So for that. I maybe need to as my friend. Do a confession to be like, I gotta I gotta get something figured out. So the news, I'm devastated. How can I help short? Can. I do I tell you what I'm not ready for. I'm not ready for a dog. I don't have a job figured out and have anything, you know, what I'm gonna do it. I'm send an Email say, I will take Gary. I'm not ready, but for Kerry then moments later like you wouldn't they five billion people in run run-up your. Two. And can you imagine? I I've done a lot of thinking. Soul-searching am I right? I will take. I think it's very sweet sweet if it were joke, but I hate that. I thought that for a good ten seconds. Look, I understand. You did text me. How can I help? And it's like, well, I don't wanna tell you this. I think you can help. Impulse. So we I think we all do when we are grieving like, okay? What can we do to help with you could? We the answer is like you probably can't help. But I love it. You're like. For you. Gary was able to find somebody. I don't know if this is good or bad news for you. Probably good, Gary. We'll be living with curious daughter, Billie. Lord her fixed. So the cool thing this. Well, it's obviously and also Billy already has a French bulldog named Tina who she said is already best friends with Gary. Yes. And there's the photo tuna..

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"cur " Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"cur " Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"Okay. So you won't be scared. I read the synopsis and then agreed then I can contribute. That's fine. Competing said she ram Charan upstairs. The bad guy followed her and it didn't work out. Well, narrating to people while you're watching the movie. Yeah. They'll bring at work. Here's how this is applied is that when I go to Halloween horror nights and the mazes are based off movies. So scary. Oh, have you seen the movie? I'm like, I can tell you what you said about a sense. Yeah. So yeah, I think same with Doug movies. Just go read about and we compete here force of it. Yeah. It's great. Interesting interesting. Okay. Listen here, we got another fun fact from Alexis she is saying that labrador mastiff mix is called mastodon. I like that. That's a real fun. Joel. Cool. Master theme of today's podcast is cool nods unless his dogs, right milkers who cool names. Yeah. Cool killing it. All right. Like, she ready for yours ready team. And we're going to talk about Gary who eleven door Carrie Fisher's dog. Think think maybe a little tribute to Gary French BULLDOGS. Oh my gosh. We haven't done it. I'm glad to yes. Very up for it. Thank you for salute. To Gary fringe Branchville next week. The great questions of your life rate questions of your life. Should you catch up on a hot dog catch up on a hot dog toilet paper over or under toilet paper Star Wars or Star Trek or Star Trek fear,.

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"cur " Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

03:55 min | 4 years ago

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"Very happy birthday e to you January awards the birthday day. Three one guys the big three one. The birthday says you'll be doing Title a Hollywood. Hollywood thing where I'm like, I can't believe I'm twenty two. Okay. Guys. I'm twenty two you looking great wisdom on. You is what I'm most beauty intelligence. Sure short. But it's the wisdom. Beautiful like my youthful like extremely like a fit body. But like my wisdom beyond my years. It's extrordinary. I'm guy. Guys that can I'm just thirty one. Do we have plans yet? We know we're do it. I have the kind of person you guys remember from last year to keep a birthday month. Sure. To have a lot of spread out plans various friends, I am now tell me if you feel the same way, I am now too tired to plan a large birthday gather. Boy, when I think you by by your thirties, you realize that big plans always end in slight disappointment. So don't not do that. And I also don't like organizing things more than like four people. I find it logistically hard. Yes. Do you? Yeah. But I do also attributed tired very tired. Time show up don't show up. It's good exactly which I think is actually for you. Now, I think we all have a friend who maybe is a little inseparable about the birthday month. But somebody's birthday is moments. After the holidays to give your Powell's a month to be like, you gotta make sure I'm celebrated by the end of January, but you got him on three reasonable. Kind generous. I do sort of feel for my friends sort of at least there's some people who'd like December twenty ninth and like, bro. Sorry. I know. I'm excited for very heavy. I we're recording a second before your actual has got a second. Here's what I'm thinking. Get you another dog. Ooh. Second dog interesting. Honestly, I kinda hope second dog syndrome. I think it is. It is really want one. But I don't think I should cram wanted to my one bedroom apartment wonder is I think a parents will say as much that of course, it's more work. Of course, it is. But then also like not that much. I hear it's not as much as I dug. You're right. I should just keep piling on get one till forever. Nimmo plan was I was going to steal thin. Give him to you. Stay at my house for your convenience is gift. Yeah. I mean, it's technically a gift. Guess something. I would honestly enjoy. Sure, call it a gift. Shopping. Great you go. What do you say we tell sweet listeners would they've gotten themselves into this episode? You know, let's do it. Okay. We have a dog we met this week guys. Is this a I met this week is in the room right now. Oh, maybe met him today. Like, you're live. We're basically meeting him. Now. He's doing. Good dog. You have a minute on the black mouth curs. We would like to do a little celebration of life for Carrie Fisher and talk a little bit about her dog. Gary. I'm also going to talk a little bit about diabetic alert dogs who are featured hero. Plus, we have a Facebook Pinna post boy. Let's do. Allegra dog here. I think so. It has to be could be so so the dog that is here is a pit bull who looks like a cow. He named his Caton captain. He does like a couch of good boy, he's doing great. He is positioned himself. Right by the table where we're recording. But looking at the door enjoying the podcast on guard furniture. I mean, I feel very safe to be honest. He did bark even to quietly minutes ago. But it was tough enough that I was like, oh, no one's gonna come in here and was like warning shot..

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