18 Burst results for "Cheang"

Prepare To Work Hard and Find Your Niche with Rebecca Smith

Yeah, She's Driven

07:33 min | Last month

Prepare To Work Hard and Find Your Niche with Rebecca Smith

"Let's talk about what who you are how you got online and what your favorite platforms are. So let's start there. yes. I'm originally from england. I came to america. Twenty two to get my commercial pilot's license. Because i thought that was how is gonna travel around the world but it turns out when you get you commercial pilot's license. You don't get to go to bali short trip so hang on a second. This isn't quite what i signed up for. But i did my training in long beach and i grew up watching laguna hills on mtv. And i was like one day lauren. Conrad and i'm gonna drive down h. And i'm going to be in my convertible. We're gonna have lunch together. And so. I always have that vision of wanting to live in southern california. I didn't realize that a pilot's license was going to be the thing that got me here. But when i got here i fell in love and i didn't end up becoming a pilot. I got my whole license but came to america on an old one visa and started to go jobs like this. British jackson turns out a lot of british people. Thinking the same thing in la special. But i did go for an audition to be on a youtube channel and that was probably about ten years ago now nine ten years ago and i got the audition and i found out that my one talent in life is talking and working out at the same time. I can do that all day long. So i started working for a channel on youtube. Grew it to like three million subscribers. We eighteen months. I got paid forty dollars per episode but it was just the excitement of being part of youtube and it was workout videos. And i found something that i knew. This was my thing after about a year and a half. They decided they didn't want to film anymore. I didn't understand why no problem and it took me about a year and a half to get my confidence to fill my own channel and have my own videos now. Been doing that for coming on six seven years. I've got my own fitness that we have a pocus. I just had a best selling book and life is great. But it's really been a lot of grit determination and hard work. But now i'm in a place. Where just loving life and just enjoying everything that's happening so talk to us about the. What is the team. Look like to be able to build videos and editing and all that stuff. What does that look like when you when you start when somebody says okay. I want to assemble cheang because nobody talks about the team. The talking about you should do this. Here's the tactics. let's start there. I love that question. And it's so funny because i think it's always something that i'm working on so i do have a team now but when i'm very first study doing youtube and i still have my camera like a souvenir i had one hundred and fifty dollar sony camera setup on a tripod and i would shoot myself and i had the camera and i didn't realize until about six months later that you could flip the camera so that you can actually see yourself so no joke i would get into the show. I would do my jumping. Jacks put my arms in the air go round replay double check that i was in frame and then go back again. Yes you guys were always learning. So there's a war you if you have a flip camera that you can actually build meals but we didn't have fancy iphones back then. So this hundred and fifty dollars. Sony camera and then as i started to get more things coming on i would have insurance and are actually find people of craigslist. That's where i found most of my employees. Because i have much money at the beginning to help so i started to get people who would do things like my cleaning and my laundry so that i could spend time on that so it was like. Where can i navigate my time. Where is it best spent. And what can i delegate to other people with the money that i have like that sits like what do you have and use that phospholipids. Six years of having this company. I now have a full app team. I have somebody that does my emails. I have a chief business officer. I have a video an editor a personal assistant. Somebody puts all the input in the app. And has that runs my social media and mound. My mom is also working for me. So like i have like nine ten people that a part of my team but at the beginning i did everything i edited did. The blogs did the calendar. Absolutely everything and as things got better. I've been able to bring more people on at a different level. So okay she craigslist. So what did you do run on ad on craigslist. Or he just started surfing people on the job descriptions and setting the messages in. How did you know even how to lead them. You know what i mean like. That's like all right now. we're i. This was hilarious. This more. No kidding this is talk about the flip. The camera thing. I had the flip the camera moment this morning. I'm driving down the street. And i own a virtual system company fifty voice. Okay i own want. And i literally. I'm driving down the street. And i'm talking to the woman who is running dot company. 'cause i don't run that company at all. I have one meeting a week. And i don't run the company and i said wait a minute as a as a running strategy for that committed. Why is my company. The other company hardcore business. Why are we looking for social media. People to post are to put my social media. Team is like all of a sudden decide to be trainers and they're all gone right and there's all happened like the last six weeks and so i find myself postings or outdated like eight figure company and i'm back to posting right and i go. Why am i looking for a virtual assistant. Why don't you go find me. Virtual system works. That would be great for this job and so you know sometimes the common sense is in common and you know one of the things i think you probably develop skills on is like Like okay we find them on craigslist or wherever. And how do you get over the hump of not knowing how to lead them or what to ask them to do so for me. I've done everything in my business. So i knew how to set up even the web stuff. I knew how to write a blog. I learned all the skills myself then. I put an ad out honestly. It was for like an intern. Like hey social media person needs how with you know inputting blogs or whatever was the i was doing. I basically wrote my own job description of what i needed. Help with like you need any experience because at the time the people that i was hiring work. Twenty twenty one twenty two. Because i couldn't afford to pay them. You know somebody who was thirty five and had ten years of experience in like managing a team. So i like she learned all the skills myself i would put an ad out and then i would meet them nor at my house but like a nice cafe because it looked better right. So i do these interviews and i have interviewed. I've really got it down. At the beginning. I was interviewing like ten fifteen people a day for two days straight instead of just doing a quick zun things like oh. It's right in front of us. Why don't you just young paul with them because you know in the first i believe ten seconds if this is going to be the right person for you like with. It's just a feeling and for me. It didn't matter about how much experience they had. It was if i liked you and if we connected and if we gelled so like great i like you. You're a cool person. I'm gonna have you come in and then we're going to do an internship so for a couple of weeks just to see if you've got it and you know we're right fit. I'm gonna teach you these skills that i know. Then y'all gonna do it tell. Show tried to tell them what to do. Show them how to do it with them. Let go off and do it themselves and so we just things that i knew to how to teach them and you know this was thanks to a made and things always perfect. But it's better to have people doing eighty percents of you rather than to do absolutely everything because you never be out of scale and you won't be able to

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"cheang" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

08:11 min | 4 months ago

"cheang" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"So steve i trust because the browns did so well. You had a great weekend right before we get into the field. You bring that up again. Yeah i had a great wiki without that. But i was gonna wait on sports to do that. So let's talk about something else. I just had relax and weekend. You know that's all nothing really major happened in all right. Well we can move onto the first week of. Oh the thirty whole diet which is really not a diet eating program where i've completed one week of eating one ingredient food only ever had in my mouth has had only one ingredient it on one ingredient. Excel no dairy. No sugar nothing white no grains or beans no grains beans and no sugar. No dairy pretty much. Didn't so like broccoli. Wash sweet potato. You know fish turkey. Healthy looking good. Just completed said no white lead than white. That's the way i said. He said you ready steve. Here we go. This one is from brenda in tuscaloosa. She says i'm thirty six years old and the man. I'm dating thinks he's god's gift to women he's thirty eight in very handsome with nice big arms and back but he's got. This scrawny is legs. I've ever seen on a man. He loves wearing tight athletic gear and he looks like the tasmanian devil when he dresses casually. I don't even know of working out. Can fix his legs. But i need him to try. Should not buy some loose-fitting tracksuits for christmas to switch up his wardrobe or should i tell him that his legs need some work. Well that's called a prison body. She mentioned nothing in here. I'm just telling you we call that a prison by jack. All opa body just sticks. Somebody just stuck up bundy. You wrote up but your legs that we call that a prison body is nothing you can do. If he thinks. God's get want you date somebody else but obviously that that back on is doing it for you so i really can't help you buy a big entice stuff. He thank you fine so we got a little bit in a back. All you gotta do would just watch him when he walked off could lead. That's okay all right. We're going to go to in columbia south carolina jay. Where you're from. I'm a seventy year old woman. And i've been having sex with my husband's cousin. My husband died in march of this year and his cousin checked on me. During the pandemic his air win out in august so i told him he could stay with me for a few days the first night he snuck into my room and we made love. I grew fond of him but be told me of we should keep it. A secret is daughter called me last week and said he's been visiting her mom a lot lately and i was so hurt. They've been divorced for ten years. So that's odd. Is this why you've keeping me a secret keeping you a secret. Y'all can't let south case in here tell nobody you sleep with dead his cousin. That's what your secret because it ain't right you me dead and you sleep with his damn cousin. And what do it matt. If he's going over there to see his ex wife. Hey are y'all old. yes what hale. Is that why we're secret now. You first of all who go out and they got to come state with you. Let's just thought that's the problem. People probably go out in last time. Y'all at went out and you stay with somebody that's old person problem. Get affix to the first of the month that check. So that's an old person problem now. When he came over there does sneak in your room. He came in your room and you made love to hill. That's what she said what you did. She said he sneaked into my room. She did it is sneak your door wide open. You know he came in there. So let me ask you questions. He's sneaking the bed. did he. army crawley on his elbow. Yeah how did he sneak in the bed. How did he get your nightgown on one. Did he get that own nightgown art. Use the flowers all over your head flannel and all. I want to know how to deck happened. Yes even loved it. Sounds like lady love. Just gone you having an affair with your dead husbands could and don't nobody needs to know that now it ain't like it's his brother is cousin and they and you know y'all ain't related so is really nothing wrong with a technically but you ain't gonna be me say on this down into church continued that right now is sister. Gertrude you show you go with the plow all right. We're moving onto giral in philly jurrell. I'm twenty eight and married to a woman that is cheating on me with her first baby. Daddy i bought her car for birthday and a week. After her birthday she went missing and i found her car at her baby. Daddy's house i busted out for windshield and left a note telling her it was over. I never heard from her. So i went back a few days later and the windshields fixed and it looked like she was living with her baby daddy. Now i went by and picked up the car in the middle of the night. And i sold it. She still is not called me at all. Does this mean we're done for good. Probably she don't give a damn about you oughta car first of all the dude eggs boy through fix new windshield car. Cheang even bother report. Well i guess he picked up my data show now. She actually showed you. Don't yes she it's over partner. You twenty eight move on to somebody else. Thank you church complaints coming up right after this. You're listening to morning show hi. This is bowen yang. Here i'm be host of the official companion podcast for the hbo series search party on search parties. The podcast i'll be sitting down with search parties writers and actors to delve deeper into the disturbingly. Dark comedy will go behind the scenes with its stars and chat favorite moments. Deans with special guest. Celebrity fans season. Four of search party is coming soon to hbo maks. Meanwhile be sure to subscribe and listen to search party. The podcast on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts enough straight podcast. Competition finalists are now set. 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"cheang" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on Toure Show

"That's the most disappointing. Heart wrenching. Non experience for me. When I do what I do it's an experience. I take it very seriously. You're trying to get to the wheel feelings of the character Noddy surface level caricature. But the true depth of the character. Yes, the thoughts the emotions. Body language. Hair, makeup wardrobe. The design of the you know what you see. And then what you because I, I think what you see is, is when people are watching when you're watching an actor on camera. The first thing you see how do they look were they wearing? What's the world that they're living in? And then once they start speaking, you get to know a little bit more about who this person is. So, yes. It's discovering who the person is. Discovering, who the character is underneath the visuals. My sense. Watching you is that you're not acting. I don't get a sense that you're doing the thing. I get it's a very natural way about you. And it feels real she's in happening something is that accurate? Is that what you're going for as a performer? Yeah. I mean vise I'd suck might be. I don't know. I think the whole to be a good actor as don't act. Good actors, don't act. They just are. When you look at Meryl Streep, you don't have received her acting. Ever her performances are seamless. I've watched every single one of them. When I just worked with Sam Jackson, and working with him. I was like this guy is Cheang. Yes. He just. He's just in it. Whatever the moment is he's just in it. And then in that a lot of people, you know, you, you really liked their personalities and you can see their personalities coming through into the characters. But that's what makes them great. There will never be another Sam Jackson. Let's face it. He is that he broke the mole that notion, you talk about about the actors personality comes through the screen, and you like the personality. So you like them. That's what I feel from you and I don't feel a gigantic difference between the different roles that I've seen you in, you know, like that grill, I think it, I think it is, I think it is I mean certain actors are totally different. Each time are just this cool person who I want, whether it's, you know, soul food or dear white people or Friday or empire. It's like I feel like I know her, and I like her out with her. Well, I think part of that is opportunity. And I don't think that I've had the opportunity to play. Some of the roles that Meryl Streep has played because black women don't. Always get the opportunity to show all sides of who we are. Oftentimes, the facilitators of the story or the support, or the mother or damaged goods or the beautiful sexy girl that the guy wants you know, there are so many more stories to tell. So. You know, like my dream role was Roxanne rock. San I got to do something I'd never done before. And what did you what was the new thing you got to do in rock San rock Sam? Yeah. Did you see the movie? So what do you mean what was so? So you're saying from a from my approach kind of thing. Year. Well it was just a very different character for me to play. She was, you know a, a mother at living in the projects. She was an alcoholic, she was. Broken. She was hard. She was mean. But she loved her children so much that she thought if I can be. If I can have high expectations of my girls, and tolerate and have a zero tolerance policy. Then my children will survive..

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"cheang" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"A double quarter Pounder with Cheang extra large fry. And probably just a six piece knock because I'm all about that nugget. Some Honey mustard dip that shit in. You can you can send the chef on home. It'd be cooler for me to hang out and have a Big Mac with the president. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. And that's where I'm at. I don't get fries unless I'm there in the car because you're worried about them not staying hot nine or stand that because you can't reheat them you can't reheat him and not quite the same. If they're not burning your tongue off because you've tried to eat them too quickly. But when I saw this story, and I saw the backlash the media. Just like oh my God. Course, these are college kids like that is their dream. They all had a blast. What the fuck? Do. You care. Not only that if it would have been the other way around let's say he would know hired Wolfgang puck, right? And had this huge spread meal. The the opposite would have been the media would have been like, oh my God. A government shutdown. You fucker interesting. Yeah. Can't win win win in any of that. Because he bought the meals and self and did the whole shit take salaries the the imprisonment for Christ six. You can't do anything right now. I mean, nothing right now and then CNN right afterwards. Had a panel on there. Like his Trump. Was you go through the garden? Like, I said, he gets a little speech talks to the players, and he was talking about why McDonald's or whatever. And he goes, well, you know, it was either that or my wife making making little salads for these guys because they're all huge guys. Right. Fuck that quarterback six six to forty. The linemen are like three hundred pounds five big Macs easily easily and. CNN literally got on right after that statement and said sexist, this is sexist. My wife is you would assume that a woman can only make salads for like had nothing to do with that every offhand remark she probably sell or she can only make salad I fucking salads for Chris six like everyone. Everyone knows what their wife can and cannot make. No, the dishes that don't work out. And clearly with Milania the only thing that's been. That's worked. There's been a salad. That's fine. She's like she cooks anyways. No. You've chef there. What does it matter? Anyways. What is it? What does it matter? When I saw this outrage because we're going on ball day. I'm like what the what the fuck is wrong with you. The fuck is wrong with you every single thing. And then you go back and forth and on CNN. What why is that eating up time out of your the Central News network is what that stands for? How is that news? How is that eating up time out of your day? It was like ninety earthquakes yesterday. But this is what you're talking about. But I don't really want to hear about the earthquake. No shit. Yeah. I wanna hear about a wire offended over a salad or why somebody can make a salad. Yeah. Because I mean. The whole country's under God name earthquake. There was a four point seven Maryland yesterday four point four and Oklahoma three point four in San Francisco this morning, that's all over the goddamn raise. Dorm that is going through California, which has never what you're outta vacuous. I know like never happen before where it's like there's snow in northern California. There's mud slides. There's weird earthquake now but like California's under attack Joe Rogan, he got back. He said from the mouth society mudslides. I guess they're going to wipe out the houses on the side of the mountains. Again, we've talked about this before what happens when you're building in places to be exclusive. I'm not saying Joe Rogan did this. He probably we bought the house. Yeah. But you know. He's crazy Calabasas. He's Malibu guess. Joe Rogan, why not be Malibu babies shrew? But I guess the only place you could live on the if you want to avoid the mud side just fucking huge place on the beach. He's making ninety million year of podcast..

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"cheang" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"A double quarter Pounder with Cheang extra large fry and probably just a six piece because I'm all about that nugget. Some Honey mustard dip that shit in. You can you can send the chef on home. It'd be cooler for me just to hang out and have a Big Mac with the president. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. And that's where I'm at. I don't get fries unless I'm there in the car because you're worried about them not staying hot nine or stand that because you can't reheat them you can't reheat him and not quite the same. If they're not burning your tongue off because you've tried to eat them too quickly. But when I saw this story, and I saw the backlash the media. Just like oh my God. Course, these are college kids like that is their dream. They all had a blast. What the fuck? Do. You care. Not only that if it would have been the other way around let's say, he would you know hired Wolfgang puck, right? And had this huge spread meal. The the opposite would have been the media would have been like, oh my God. Government shutdown. You. Fuck are interesting. Yeah. Can't win win win in any of that. Because he bought the meals and self and did the whole shit take salaries the God's imprisonment for Christ six. You can't do anything right now. I mean, nothing right now and then CNN right afterwards. Had a panel on there. Like his Trump. Was you go through the garden? Like, I said, he gets a little speech talks to the players, and he was talking about why McDonald's or whatever. And he goes, well, you know, it was either that or my wife making making little salads for these guys because they're all huge guys. Right. Fuck that quarterback six six to forty. The linemen are like three hundred pounds five big Macs easily easily and. CNN literally got on right after that statement and said sexist, this is sexist. My wife would assume that a woman can only make salads for like had nothing to do with that everyone off handed remark. She probably sell or she can only make salad I fucking salads for Chris six like everyone. Everyone knows what their wife can and cannot make. No, the dishes that don't work out. And clearly with Milania the only thing that's been. That's worked. There's been a salad. That's fine. She look like she cooks anyways. No. You've chef there. What does it matter? Anyways. What does it? What does it matter? When I saw this outrage because we're going on ball day. I'm like what the what the fuck is wrong with you. The fuck is wrong with you every single thing. And then you go back and forth and on CNN. What why is that eating up time out of your the Central News network is what that stands for? How is that news? How is that heating up time out of your day? It was like ninety earthquakes yesterday. But this is what you're talking about. But I don't really want to hear about the earthquakes. No shit. Yeah. I wanna hear about a wire offended over a salad or why somebody can make a salad. Yeah. Because I mean. The whole country's under God name earthquake. There was a four point seven Maryland yesterday four point four and Oklahoma three point four in San Francisco this morning, that's all over the goddamn raise. Dorm that is going through California, which has never what Joe Rogan outta vacuous. I know like never happen before where it's like there's snow in northern California. There's mud slides. There's weird earthquake now but like California's under attack Joe Rogan, he got back. He said from the mouth society mudslides. I guess they're going to wipe out the houses on the side of the mountains. Again, we've talked about this before what happens when you're building in places to be exclusive. I'm not saying Joe Rogan did this. He probably we bought the house. Yeah. But you know. He's crazy Calabasas. He's malibu. I guess. Joe Rogan, why not be Malibu babies shrew? But I guess the only place you could live on the if you want to avoid the mud side just fucking huge place on the beach. He's making ninety million year of podcast..

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"cheang" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"A double quarter Pounder with Cheang extra large fry and probably just a six piece because I'm all about that nugget. Some Honey mustard dip that shit in. You can you can send the chef on home. It'd be cooler for me just to hang out and have a Big Mac with the president. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. And that's where I'm at. I don't get fries unless I'm there in the car because you're worried about them not staying hot nine or stand that because you can't reheat them you can't reheat him and not quite the same. If they're not burning your tongue off because you've tried to eat them too quickly. But when I saw this story, and I saw the backlash the media. Just like oh my God. Course, these are college kids like that is their dream. They all had a blast. What the fuck? Do. You care. Not only that if it would have been the other way around let's say, he would you know hired Wolfgang puck, right? And had this huge spread meal. The the opposite would have been the media would have been like, oh my God. Government shutdown. You. Fuck are interesting. Yeah. Can't win win win in any of that. Because he bought the meals and self and did the whole shit take salaries the God's imprisonment for Christ six. You can't do anything right now. I mean, nothing right now and then CNN right afterwards. Had a panel on there. Like his Trump. Was you go through the garden? Like, I said, he gets a little speech talks to the players, and he was talking about why McDonald's or whatever. And he goes, well, you know, it was either that or my wife making making little salads for these guys because they're all huge guys. Right. Fuck that quarterback six six to forty. The linemen are like three hundred pounds five big Macs easily easily and. CNN literally got on right after that statement and said sexist, this is sexist. My wife would assume that a woman can only make salads for like had nothing to do with that everyone off handed remark. She probably sell or she can only make salad I fucking salads for Chris six like everyone. Everyone knows what their wife can and cannot make. No, the dishes that don't work out. And clearly with Milania the only thing that's been. That's worked. There's been a salad. That's fine. She look like she cooks anyways. No. You've chef there. What does it matter? Anyways. What does it? What does it matter? When I saw this outrage because we're going on ball day. I'm like what the what the fuck is wrong with you. The fuck is wrong with you every single thing. And then you go back and forth and on CNN. What why is that eating up time out of your the Central News network is what that stands for? How is that news? How is that heating up time out of your day? It was like ninety earthquakes yesterday. But this is what you're talking about. But I don't really want to hear about the earthquakes. No shit. Yeah. I wanna hear about a wire offended over a salad or why somebody can make a salad. Yeah. Because I mean. The whole country's under God name earthquake. There was a four point seven Maryland yesterday four point four and Oklahoma three point four in San Francisco this morning, that's all over the goddamn raise. Dorm that is going through California, which has never what Joe Rogan outta vacuous. I know like never happen before where it's like there's snow in northern California. There's mud slides. There's weird earthquake now but like California's under attack Joe Rogan, he got back. He said from the mouth society mudslides. I guess they're going to wipe out the houses on the side of the mountains. Again, we've talked about this before what happens when you're building in places to be exclusive. I'm not saying Joe Rogan did this. He probably we bought the house. Yeah. But you know. He's crazy Calabasas. He's malibu. I guess. Joe Rogan, why not be Malibu babies shrew? But I guess the only place you could live on the if you want to avoid the mud side just fucking huge place on the beach. He's making ninety million year of podcast..

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"cheang" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"A double quarter Pounder with Cheang extra large fry and probably just a six piece because I'm all about that nugget. Some Honey mustard dip that shit in. You can you can send the chef on home. It'd be cooler for me just to hang out and have a Big Mac with the president. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. And that's where I'm at. I don't get fries unless I'm there in the car because you're worried about them not staying hot nine or stand that because you can't reheat them you can't reheat him and not quite the same. If they're not burning your tongue off because you've tried to eat them too quickly. But when I saw this story, and I saw the backlash the media. Just like oh my God. Course, these are college kids like that is their dream. They all had a blast. What the fuck? Do. You care. Not only that if it would have been the other way around let's say, he would you know hired Wolfgang puck, right? And had this huge spread meal. The the opposite would have been the media would have been like, oh my God. Government shutdown. You. Fuck are interesting. Yeah. Can't win win win in any of that. Because he bought the meals and self and did the whole shit take salaries the God's imprisonment for Christ six. You can't do anything right now. I mean, nothing right now and then CNN right afterwards. Had a panel on there. Like his Trump. Was you go through the garden? Like, I said, he gets a little speech talks to the players, and he was talking about why McDonald's or whatever. And he goes, well, you know, it was either that or my wife making making little salads for these guys because they're all huge guys. Right. Fuck that quarterback six six to forty. The linemen are like three hundred pounds five big Macs easily easily and. CNN literally got on right after that statement and said sexist, this is sexist. My wife would assume that a woman can only make salads for like had nothing to do with that everyone off handed remark. She probably sell or she can only make salad I fucking salads for Chris six like everyone. Everyone knows what their wife can and cannot make. No, the dishes that don't work out. And clearly with Milania the only thing that's been. That's worked. There's been a salad. That's fine. She look like she cooks anyways. No. You've chef there. What does it matter? Anyways. What does it? What does it matter? When I saw this outrage because we're going on ball day. I'm like what the what the fuck is wrong with you. The fuck is wrong with you every single thing. And then you go back and forth and on CNN. What why is that eating up time out of your the Central News network is what that stands for? How is that news? How is that heating up time out of your day? It was like ninety earthquakes yesterday. But this is what you're talking about. But I don't really want to hear about the earthquakes. No shit. Yeah. I wanna hear about a wire offended over a salad or why somebody can make a salad. Yeah. Because I mean. The whole country's under God name earthquake. There was a four point seven Maryland yesterday four point four and Oklahoma three point four in San Francisco this morning, that's all over the goddamn raise. Dorm that is going through California, which has never what Joe Rogan outta vacuous. I know like never happen before where it's like there's snow in northern California. There's mud slides. There's weird earthquake now but like California's under attack Joe Rogan, he got back. He said from the mouth society mudslides. I guess they're going to wipe out the houses on the side of the mountains. Again, we've talked about this before what happens when you're building in places to be exclusive. I'm not saying Joe Rogan did this. He probably we bought the house. Yeah. But you know. He's crazy Calabasas. He's malibu. I guess. Joe Rogan, why not be Malibu babies shrew? But I guess the only place you could live on the if you want to avoid the mud side just fucking huge place on the beach. He's making ninety million year of podcast..

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"cheang" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Yes. Yes. But the guys here they're like what he has diamonds on his ring. And I was like, yes, I swear Kane, but hey, tell me about this record experiment. Dude. It sold a whole bunch of. Yeah. Mandate a way more than my expectations. So thank you so much for no even put me on the radio so grateful, and yeah, I really worked hard when I first got national. You know, I didn't know what I wanted to say one of the alike, and I kind of find him I sound one. I saw Cain yesterday quote on on the Forbes Instagram. Did you did you see that by any chance? Think I do the same thing followed Forbes on Instagram because one day, I would be mentioned by them. And it has a big cane Brown, quote, it was like basically it was like I'm not going to change who I am. Because of what everything else is. And I was like how cool is that Cambridge getting quota by Forbes does that mean you have a hundred million dollars an hour away. No. Is that I don't know what it means magazine. Well, let's I'm a play lose it since you're on. Hey, good to talk to you. Appreciate your call this morning. And listen. Give you the real number like the secret number because you can call whenever you want. All right. There is Cambridge and everybody, and we will play lose it. And then I'm going to do that segment of teasing for like. Yeah. That was really him. I could tell what if it wasn't. Who cares? Still entertaining. You know, that wasn't a personnel calls back. Good. Okay. Here's the deal. Flashy. Cars are actually a turnoff to them. Oh, you think about that? And I can give you the phone number, and we got people call into, but they say, according to a new study women don't see men with really nice cars as serious husband material. Our phone number's eight seven seven seventy seven Bobby a really expensive car actually has the reverse effect. Women are turned off by the shows his wealth guys who displayed their wealth where viewed as not becoming a great life partner, your thoughts. Okay. See I would be turned off by guy with a really flashy corvette or something like, especially if it's yellow or the yellow gold who. Yes. Because it's like look at me, or whatever, I don't know maybe really into cars. That's fine. I'm turned off by that. But if it's like, a really nice SUV that so might be kind of price like, I'm I'm okay with that. So there's a there's a difference box. This is the stupidest article ever written ever. Yeah. Go on a Friday night and watch the lamb bows downtown the Maserati, the Porsche's the corvettes and see who's getting out of that Tressler seat. It's gonna be a hottie. You know, why? Because Hani wants to be Rodnina lambo or corvette or a Ferrari. Or Maserati that attracts the women. You drive that down the road. And guess what happens heads turn if you're walking down the street and a lambo goes by what are you doing? Are you calling a Lamborghini member? Gainey? I don't know that in five Lamborghinis in my life, right? Yeah. Pretty rare. What about Rory? You're walking down the street. A Ferrari drives by You're your like like. everybody's heads at what you do. Yes. In the guy. There are hot chicks getting in and out of those cars passenger side guarantees. So you don't think the stories accurate? No, absolutely not. I wanna talk to the author. If you wanna call us, you can eight seven seven seventy seven Bobby, according to this women don't see me when nice cars husband material. You know? Now. They can't afford it for women. See they're awesome car to Cheang set for life. So flashy cars are actually turn off to women. According to this new study, you have a nice car that I don't know about that. Let's go to Amanda in North Carolina. Hi, manda. Hey, bobby. Thank you for calling. What do you want to say?.

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"cheang" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on KTRH

"What more can happen. And yet they won't tell us all of it. Now, this has guess which makes me wonder about what this is truly is this the beginning of something greater or is it something that's an isolated thing. Are we seeing some asymmetrical warfare here is they're exploiting? This is this an exploiting of a crisis. Never let a good crisis. Go to waste their number things. I think about when we don't get the full story and they want conspiracy theories to stop then tell us the truth. Let's go to Kathryn Ohio. Hi, Katherine on ground zero. Hi, clyde. I have the most wonderful story to share with you about this issue. Heard about the warning. I had just come back from WalMart on twenty three Newark, Ohio, and I had remembered Cheang on packages nixed. Donating lettuce. So I immediately called the store because the last time this happened, and I had gone to them and ask them if they had removed the next the story manager hit said, well, we we know where it's coming from a no we didn't because we know it's not that area. And I'm studying nutritional medicine, so this is really important. So I talked to the produce managers that was on duty there. And I said you've got to you've got to take the bags out because they're still there. And he was telling me something about skew numbers. You could do this, blah, blah, blah. So the only way I could think to warn other people was I called into the by Bernie show and talk to their call screener, which has eighty AM. It's a Christian talk show. And I told them that is. They can't buy yet either. So today, I went back to WalMart. And I talked to another produce manager the store shelves were scare allies and all the bags were removed. And they said that again when even when they took them out to the trash area they had to scare allies. Whatever was and the CDC had sent them a notice that said make sure you don't touch it and use some kind of get rid of them. So I I was so impressed that you know, when when you do something in your own neighborhood, God sometimes inspires you to do something. Because all I could think of is a how could I warn these other people because I knew that the store didn't do anything the last time to remove the Knicks bags only based on what the guidelines were. So that's the story. I wanted to share with you. I find it. Interesting that the details you gave about how they wanted the counters sterilized, and they wanted the food even bleached out when it goes into the dumpster. In the in. This was a notice from the CDC that they got today. This. I got this right from the store employees who was not the main produce manager. But he was like an assistant. I talked in about twenty minutes. And he said that anything that touched it had to be sterilizer. Now, I'm wondering about their dumpster what they're gonna do. But there's something to what you're saying. Because if it's a mixed bag it's still gonna be it's still going to have the same problem and people don't realize they don't look at the big deal. Read. What's in it? They just look at the outer package, so the stores very specific. And it just is a big store. This is a big WalMart. And again, they were very specific this time just follow to ruin everything. Whereas the other time the manager I spoke to said, well, she's trying to brush me off. And she said, well we follow the skew. And none of the other stuff this out there from that area. So. That's why I got really suspicious this time because I don't normally buy their anybody about anything like this. But all I could think of this the people that could be harmed. So God works in strange ways. Clyde, I love your program. And I really appreciate being able to share this. So anybody that's listening to need to get rid of anything mixture. If you're not sure get rid of it because. I have never heard that before. But. Yeah. Sterilized sterilized Charlize, Catherine. Thank you. That's what they're stressing. They're saying you just gotta you know, it's not enough to get rid of it. You have to cleanse yourself clean your body wash. They say use gloves if need be I mean, it's almost like you're dealing with something radioactive. It's you know, once it's there cleanse the whole area with bleach recommendations with bleach that cleanse it with bleach. And I'm thinking, wow, this is huge. Whenever this is. They're worried are worried they want you to be very thorough with how you handle this Romain lettuce in the mixed bag and everything else. It just sounds like something out of the zombie apocalypse, go to Alan, Arizona. Hi, you're on ground zero. Client, happy thanksgiving thanksgiving. You hate. Do you have any information does gravy killing anything gravy? Smothering..

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"cheang" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"The hall was still funny. Yes, say being drunk, here's was the funniest thing told foster Brooks forget about it. My favorites everytime crazy would do his punchline Jacobs. Hit the bar and move away. And Frank fund teen had the same thing that Jim Nabors had do goofy character and sing perfectly has right now. Sounds so good because song craze, yes. In never be missed the I. Like people think, oh my God, they're brilliant singers, and it's like if they didn't do the wacky voice, I go, boy, they really are not so good. My dad is always the Jim Nabors that he always said like, oh, he does that that crazy squeaky voice. He always referred to him as having the squeaky voice. And then just beautiful singer, say works, I know think upper expert. The work that was a kid. I don't. You don't know any better when you're a kid. He's Gomer Pyle and then he starts singing off, Maria. You go pretty good. As though always disturbed me as a kid though, like when the funny person became serious, it was like it was so upsetting to me because they weren't real or they weren't funny anymore, so so never never start singing. Gilded Johnston will be great though. One day you just came out with this beautiful operatic voice. You know what's lifelong setup. Is sung on this show with Howard Kaelin from the turtles Who else? Poli GM. Jimmy Webb Jimmy Webb saying the rainbow connection with Paul Williams right duets night. Yeah. And someone from Sony called us up and said, we actually thought about doing Gilbert. That's album. Only that we're putting us on. It'll be like Jerry sings, Jerry. We gotta do that. They may have been putting us on it out. I know you can canter so I'm gonna make you wanna hear you to that. Who else? Tight, yellow ribbon, Tony, Orlando. Yeah. You did a sugar sugary did with Ron Dante. Archie? Yeah, God, yeah. I had a song that we, we do have an album. Yeah, there it is. Knock this out Paul. Can I ask you a couple of questions from from listeners? Yes, we do this thing called grill. The guest on patriot which you guys can do if you go to Gilbert Gottfried slash patriotic actually the other way round. It's patriots slash Gilbert, Gottfried Marshall arm enter wants to know please ask Paul what it was like working with the late great joke labored. Oh, and bridesmaids. So sadly her final film. Yeah, she was so amazing. And you know, because that was I've done a few projects or head to cast older actresses and the come in in the plastic surgery. Oh God, it makes you can't hire some people, and it's really sad because like people that you love from your past and it's just like, oh, I, unless I make that a bit in the movie and Jill just was so natural and just look, you know, beautiful. But she hadn't done anything whatsoever and and she was just lovely. And it was just I was I had such a crush on her when when choosing silver streak, that was the. I had such a joke labored crush actually dated a girl just because she kind of looked like joke labor. And you tell her that? No. No. And she did like really? Yeah, I kind of, yeah. Choose a little older than me. I see. I think I think I thought it was dating her, and I think she thought I was really fun. Tag dated a girl who looked like Cheang wilder..

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"cheang" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on Bigmouth

"I put it off. Didn't like pizza capacities talked to, who does it were, but I don't think the script support improperly are like him as an actor. You know? So I think they're going to put it out of the bag with this one. Yeah, basically a total reboot. It's almost like a new show. Nothing. Tone finally signed for Poole heart knows choice of current Cheang. What have you got. Lisa Hannigan prayer for the dying. And why is that. Our love. This album is one of my go-to vinyl. Listen to anyway, vital on the put it on track to just relaxing melancholy and beautiful. And so sad achingly it's weird because it's so it sounds to me and it's kind of voice that it's approach, but really sounds like an old old kind of thing. You might imagine Coney FRANZ is doing it from the fifties, the little bit David Lynch in its its soundscape. But you know, it's not old. It's modern as well. It's, it's, it's beautiful testing. Well, let's listen. This is prayer for the dying by Lisa Hannigan. That was Lisa Hannigan. I'm prefer dying. Now I have got a question for you about once exist. I have a theory about the first track, and I want to ask tell the truth. Skill. But to me, I've listened to quite a few times is a news theme. It reminds me of channel four, boom is it is What what it is. can I ask? Do you know what I say? If anyone says to me, all the interviews have been doing recently named says most of the exist. Tell me about that. I say it's like a psychedelic fictitious thing. June to current affairs program? Yeah. Yeah. Well, it would be great. If the PBC replace that. Likes pets. You wish. I've been running for twenty years. Benny off. Give it to. Let's face dollar. There you go. I'm not Frings's to the end of this week's big mouth or at least to the end of the main bit because Paulin fellas get a stick around for the extra bits for patriot subscribers in a minute. In the meantime, thanks to the both for coming on the show what what was happening next the compared literally tomorrow? What's what are you going to be doing to bring it to the world. Gigs gigs more gigs. Line Christmas tonight with playing tomorrow. We're playing live again tomorrow to two different gigs tomorrow. Then we've got a Christmas, I haven't. We round the UK. Traditional. What we like. ADA we plan to AD. Sky tonight while we got. To the next thing over the ADA which really looking forward to that s one of my favorite venues gigs in America as well. Then next year with sloping off to New Zealand and Australia. New Zealand's. I'm really looking forward to that brilliance most is exist is outs. Well, by the time you hear this. So sex, the chops. Thanks, thanks. You sorta amazing for Jesus.

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"cheang" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"And then here's the deal. Then we take away this goofy limitation, which I get, why that conflict of interest could be there. But I would like to see you move into a different attorney role if at all possible. I don't know how difficult that is. I know you got your law degree, but I think you being an attorney. Place beautifully into this this role, you don't have to make social worker money. You can make great money as an attorney and never draw a salary from this very nonprofit that you've already started. It just needs juice. It just needs more donors and get needs more of your time and you can't do it because of your current job. So I think you gotta get out of your current job into a different attorney role. What about the private side? We you're still helping people. I mean, how can you practice law verandah every day. And you know, when you go home, I've helped people. But what I'm really excited about is in helping people, I'm making good money and I'm now fully fully alive in my sweet spot, and I'm using my abilities of as a lawyer to allow me to have a nonprofit that's helping them the women, the young women that I most want to help. What do you think. I think that that is exactly what I need to do. I just. I've been in the private sector and is is really billable hour chase. And so they pick up so much of your time that when you get home is like I can't even focus on the nonprofit. I just have to recruit. I read through this. Yeah, but you just gave me some limitations that you can actually you can actually deal with that. You can. You can you don't have to work yourself to the nub you? You can be a very hiring lawyer, not work, fifteen hours a day. Let's you gotta find that place, but you can do that unless I'm missing something. You get an good healthy situation. And here's the other thing. You, you can actually hire somebody eventually to run that nonprofit and you're just the vision behind it. I am not suggesting that you be a fulltime lawyer and a fulltime executive director of nonprofit that is not doable, so I probably should have been more clear, but what you can be, what you can be is a killer lawyer rockstar, who is the founder who's the founder and the chief vision caster and chief public communicator. Right? And you go hire a good executive director who knows how to raise money and you build this thing up locally. I just think it's a shift and I don't think you have to do both, but you can do both out doing both. You don't have to run that thing. Twenty four, seven. Now you might early on, but you can do that because the vision is so strong. The passion is so deep, but I think that's the play for you. So here's my point. I was excited because I'm going, you don't need to go be a social worker. You need to go build that nonprofit over time. I love that. You'd already started it. That's huge. That's half the battle. Now. I would think you're saying the state because at the state, I don't make enough ninety two, but if I went into private practice, Joe Cheang of that's great. Yeah, it sounds great for a lot of reasons. Yeah. Okay. I just have to find the the opportunity in the private sector to give me the -bility outing, ding, ding. There you go. And you go in there. Let's go in there with that. Hey, here's the deal nonprofit on the side. You know, I'm not running full-time. It's gonna hurt my duties, but I'm just telling you, I'm not the lawyer whose twenty seven out of law school and going to work twenty hours a day. It's not happening. Right, right. You can find that there's no stopping you come on verandah. Kim coleman. Okay. There you go. Hey, all right. Hey, listen, I want to hear back from you. Hear me. Yeah, I want hear back from you. Let me tell you what else I want to do if you're willing and if it's appropriate. I don't know that it is, but I'll Skype in one day and talk to some of those teen moms. I'll talk to him about their talents, their passions. I'll do a little sweet spot. Talk via Skype for the girls in your in your home and your care. Do you hear me? I mean, that is sure is on..

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"cheang" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Never. That's a new one. For me. It's t. o. p. o. n. y. m. yes, new word of the day fee and up and nam. Yeah, and this area is about one hundred kilometers east of Burke on Khaldoon. So not that far Kravitz died without ever finishing or failing his search for the tomb. You never quit again. Yeah, exactly. It makes you think about all those people who've spent their life looking for something like the holy grail like put. Ding, all of their life's work into something like that or what? What are, what are some of these other legendary things guyland? Oh, yeah. She sings the don't want to be found. Yeah, but thankfully more is young grandson Lenny went on to become an incredible rockstar Iraq God. Yeah, see, I watch leather pants like no one's ever done in the history of, yeah, head wonderful children. And if you listen to most of his albums, you'll see that the lyrics are actually about the search for the tomb of Genghis gone. The whole thing that you're gonna go my way that's about Ganga's con con. None of this is true. This is true. The one. The one fault is he wrote it about Genghis Khan rather than James Caan. And that's what's kind of art. AL pronunciation is it's better when we catch ourselves though. Isn't it? Yeah, the grease lean into it so the there are other possible locations, Marco Polo has that admittedly vague but amazingly performed by Matt mention of Alto. Other theories include something from you on dynasty, which one dynasty is mongol-descended. No, we're talking earlier about. Brulin populations that were thought to have assimilated to agree justly. These, this is one example in the one dynasty bleed that all Mongol Khans were buried in the area of Genghis. Khan's tomb a site known as Cheang n- valley, but there's no in all their records talking about this valley, there's no specific mention of where that tomb is. Oh, the talk around it as a nowhere. It is so was like the valley beyond yet, but they was exclusive to to Jiang us him being the big, the big Kahuna that they would hide his tomb or why would they like would they have hit all of their burials Mike valley of the combat? Yeah, there's we'll again, the tradition is not to Mark them. Yeah, that's right. Where you were born to right, like where you originate. There's another bit of folklore that says he's buried at the peak of or on a peak rather in the Cantey mountains. And that's Berkant Khaldoon. He had. Hidden from enemies on that mountain as young man. That's where he made that spiritual pledge right to return there and death. So for centuries, it seemed like this was going to be a hopeless fool's errand. It's a huge country. It's not very populated. It's almost as if the Hugh human sprinkled there are just to give us a sense of scale about how an MD it is. It's a very unforgiving terrain, and it's a very unforgiving terrain a, but there was there was something that seemed set to change the expedition's game that arrived very recently. And that is the emergence of cutting edge technology which will dive into after a word from our sponsors. I'm Andy beckerman. I'm Naomi paragon and we wanted to tell you about couples therapy. A new podcast, we're hosting on the house stuff works network. We are a real life couple Amer comedians. And on our podcast, we have stand ups, do. Sex together about their relationship. We feature sets for popular live show have in-studio couples and give you a glimpse into our own. Surprisingly functional relationship. Step saying, surprisingly, never find couples therapy on apple podcasts or wherever you get your favorite shows. FYI folks hands on your kid's ears because there's some explicit.

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"cheang" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on KSRO

"The number of potential customers that have been affected, by foodborne illness, outbreak at pope reportedly Mexican grill in Ohio may now be much higher. Than initially believed the Delaware. General helped felt there said that it had received a total of five hundred eighteen employees already emails and calls related to a possible outbreak stemming from a poli and Powell Ohio cheese getting. Blasted, over there lately pope Francis has declared that the death penalty is never admissible and that the Catholic church will work towards the abolition. Around the world this was a formal, Vatican announcement today how is it possible to spend twelve hours a day in front of a screen or listening to? Music media multitasking many people use more than one device. At a time just a, few years ago Americans spent an average of eleven hours consuming. Media per day according to business. Insider Americans reach Cheang peak media which means that there won't be much more media consumption time or growth over the next few years our expert on the internet Lauren Weinstein. With, us do people really spend that much time Lauren with us or yes or no right I mean when you when you dig down. Into these statistics what you find is, that they include all kinds of different things so we're not just talking about online media we're not just talking about? Watching television we're not just talking about things you do. Through video streaming online it's, all of it together so when you look at it in. Terms of the additional, time spent In addition. To what has been conventional traditional television viewing, you find that yes the private has gone up but television regular television still makes up the bulk. It's still a majority of, the time and even. For regular TV viewing not to mention when you're online you know doing whatever? You're. Doing online, with social media or something Email or watching a, video most of us multitask we're not just sitting there staring like. His ambi- at one thing for hours on. End there's all kinds of different things. Going on I walked in pretty much from dawn till dusk and. Beyond for that matter every. Day I've been doing it for many years there's nothing wrong with me Obviously right that's right you probably spent fifteen hours a. Day doing it at least That's that's not a joke that's true this is how, I have spent my career and the thing, is that even when you're doing that even. When you're spending, so much time online. It's it's a matter of using, your judgment you take breaks you do different things so what you're watching the news you're watching. A video or whether you're writing an Email or putting a post on. Social media. These are all really different kinds of activities at if it's Wanna cut of both of. All together and say yeah you're. Spending hours a day fifty. Hours a day at it that's fine but in reality it's. Like anything else we do we kind of? Compartment. Things into different zones we do different things at different times. Different things at the same. Time and. I I think in that respect it's really. No different than it's ever been it's just that it's, now with more advanced technologies so there's kind, of a more alarming sense to it you. Can put into, these stories these stories. Are written Lauren I get lots, of emails about your website when you're on so would you give it out to folks yeah. The easiest way is just to go to vortex dot com RT dot com that points at all my other. Than us efforts that are that are out there thank. You sir I always appreciate your. Input into the show apple. Has become the first one trillion dollar publicly listed US company. Crowning a decade-long rise that's been fueled of? Course. By the iphone congratulations to those over at apple in Pennsylvania Several people spending. The day at. The kennywood park were shaking up in the afternoon when the? Park's popular pirate ship ride. Malfunctioned and crews were unable to stop it for ten minutes now this giant ship swings back and forth like a pendulum no injuries were reported but several of the writers, became really nauseous little kids were screaming other people were. Crying it was unbelievable how'd? You like to get stuck on a ride like that, and it just doesn't stop a Minnesota, man has been arrested after picking up an eight. Year old boy in tossing him off a water slide more than thirty feet below. The eight, year. Old boy sustained multiple broken bones in stable. Condition at a hospital what is wrong with people a new radio. Telescope and Canada is. Doing its job, picking up, mysterious signals from. Deep space known as fast radio bursts the Canadian hydrogen. Intensity mapping, experiment in British Columbia detected the first ever FRB at frequencies below seven hundred megahertz on July twenty fifth let's check in with Seth Shostak from the SETI institute south what does this. Mean have we found something well the Canadians, have George they've, got a new telescope, and they found a new object with the appealing name f. r.. Beef fast radio bursts. Eighteen o seven. Twenty five a. which is of course the data on which? They found so it's pretty. Nifty but fast radio bursts are actually not New Relic have be no the first one was found about ten years ago by guy in West Virginia that he was actually, using data that was collected with radio telescope in Australia. But they're exactly what they? Sound like fast radio bursts there faster radio and their, burst they're like they're like glued som-, dough on a fluke you. Know I didn't do that very well but it's a note. That, goes down kind of. In an eye Lincoln and, that's what they. Found for, them it's very interesting because it shows their instrument works and does this mean that we might have some tease out there Seth well you're addressing the question that everybody asked what are these things what are making. These, radio whistles and the answer to that is we don't know. The answer to that? Not yet they've been? About, twenty of them, found. But the real problem is they don't repeat you know you hear them once and then they're gone and that doesn't give you the, opportunity to go back and look with some other kind of instrument would. That would tell you, for example how far away they are if you knew that you'd. Know how powerful they were the one that did repeat there's one it was, found to be from a galaxy three billion light years away wow that's that's, long distance what are they black holes neutron stars aliens I, mean it could be anything. And we're, not going to know until we find a. Lot more You probably. A thousand of these things going off every night well every day and every night and this new Canadian scope. Is going to be able to track them down. Now the signals that have been beamed into space from us over the? Years, for example voices are you know from, a radio station would? Be able to pick up that? Sound of that actual DJ or something like that well probably not from. AM AM. Radio is at too low a frequency, I hope this doesn't discourage George never but, FM radio, certainly goes out in into states and of. Course many other things like our radars but the aliens could pick them up I mean the signals. Would be weak but if, they have, the money to build really, big antennas of course they could pick them up mind. To the signal has to get to. Them and since you know even the nearest stars are many light years. Away, you're talking about quite. A bit of delay between, when you are. Win here, the program and when it was broadcast I love it Seth thanks we've gotta get your Back for a, couple of our show we should have some fun, up next LA March in Russ Dr join us we're going to talk about the watcher series of course and they, never lean trilogy, next, on. Coast to coast AM Christine. Rose in how did you become involved in holistic health, and healing being extremely ill and trying to find a solution I was told I was dying with three months to live and I wasn't going to give up helmet Research? And that, is why. We are so fortunate to have today I was treated him, every day Wisconsin right it's domino it's phenomenal You don't have to be very, ill, to? Have the, benefits of How many weeks or months into? The.

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"cheang" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

The Flow Artists Podcast

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast

"Contingency plans are not to do, and they really grace because they offer me a program that's im- Embiid like down sitting up and standing up. And I think like I think about Yager and I think we need to be out of yoga. That's lying. Sitting in a chair and standing in the Gulf. That's kind of like such a simple thing because as we jet as population ages twenty, but baby yoga, like like you're being able to be in lying down. And of course, I know that their lives than you could practically the death, some physical things I can do all physical rehab practices, which are very much like yoga practices, innovative funny too. I think it's sometimes it's having nice building blocks, kind of eating your mind, letting other possibilities vile. Thanks eat, just say of hose is like, oh, I have to be standing up and putting my here and bidding my, he can look at the body in different dimensions, different people so deeply to be lying. How could I still shave when I'm looking for in that house you either new is you can actually transform something into something by the wool, something by chess, something. That can be supported and also winning to throw out the rule. I am not. There are some amazing amazing what can I'm not the fist in to say that, but in terms of alignment, we can't say you need to put the he in these if he doesn't because we neither now that every single skeleton in the world is different. The slides of the skeleton. Yeah, so so I would say, why don't you try this? Maybe look example if you know that traditional when you've been in a warrior pies, for example, the knee is over the an Kutu cake in as well. If that doesn't work for your knee for whatever reason, maybe it's been than maybe ins- hits. There are some yoga teachers who will still say you should have that will come around correct to like I in in warrior pies in the why. That I do. It's best for my hips in someone's common going. He need to align it up inside Dr. Dr and find. And so we need to stop throwing out rooms and start listening to these. Stroz anyway, but think has down. But a lot of them saying to have a basis that tradition will small body date road Indian men. Yeah. Yeah, that's what suitable for a western man all woman and Petit chewing through what women's says to capability. So. And it seems like just over the thousands of your Christina practice get has always involved and get started as a one on one individual Brandis Oklahoma site. We actually just getting back to that of its your practice and used we send to your body. 'cause if I give you say something to than everyone my causes permission to, I mean, we don't have causes people doing whatever the hell they want. Whenever online take, you'll very slowly off your head seat. Jamming showed 'as then then I'm like, any fat doesn't work view to spring him, Janelle idiotic by tonight. Like if you've got a Chaudhary so simple to q. Stoff, and that's what I hiked Tofte. I like a hug to offer is he's not to weady simple an acceptable and getting people to soundly sing to their tears up to stone nineteenth century. And make it so that people can listen to their bodies. Limpid buddies tell them that there is no pain in your that there's edge Jinyan and engine some yoga postures. But there is no good pain, and that is how people getting Jewish finally into that what he's had a quickly and having 'tatoes insist on alignment rules because I told that lie, which is which is okay, but there's no flexibility in it for every body is different. And you think this is a practice of been cresent and Cheang into what having his prison and as a highness intrigue your. Under shutting a house..

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"cheang" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Life lord betray so that bound to you in lasting charity we may bear fruit that lasts forever through christ our lord my sisters and brothers lord be with you mighty god bless you father son and holy spirit going piece thanks be to god lose rainsy cheang for a live presentation of the radio mass listen every sunday morning at nine stay tuned for the encore presentation sunday nights at.

"cheang" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is a bloomberg business flash from bloomberg's european headquarters in london i'm alkas calls and with this bloomberg radio business flash and investors are turning to the fed's twoday policy meeting which starts later today and asian investors repeatedly deferring take any major positions ahead of that the embassy i asiapacific index rising by half of won't the said that this stage but is largely down to japanese equities played catch off their national holiday in japan on monday the nikkei two five index higher by as much as thirty percent at this stage the nikkei as i say radio advancing hair the sp 500 also advanced lost a little bit less so zero by zero point one five percent off declaring that 2500 mark on friday the fomc is expected to focus on on winding the four and a half trillion dollar balance sheets if we look into fixed income we we all seeing the 10year treasury yield under a little bit of pressure ahead of the fed trading out two point two two wanted to set in fx the dollar holding on to gains against the japanese yen with dole a year now at 111 sports eighty one which means that the japanese currency is losing steam by another two tenths of one percent em currencies steady or lower before the fed with a koreanborn the weakening by about a third of one percent the osce dollar meanwhile a gaming bob about a quarter of a percentage point this as a straight central bank says it expects to see solid jobs growth in the commodity space we all seeing old prices under a little bit of pressure wta off by zero point one four percent at forty nine dollars and eighty four cents so still close to that fifty dollars a barrel mock that's a bloomberg radio business flash now for more on what's going on around the wealth fifty bucks good morning marcus president donald trump's chief economic advisory gary kind has told foreign climate and energy officials that the us still intends to withdraw from the paris climate accord according to three people familia his comments come after the eu's climate chief said the us had signalled it wants to seek new terms from within the agreement rather than withdrew outright and then renegotiate me miles defacto leader aung sang suu cheang has given her state of the.

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"cheang" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"cheang" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On the threat of amazon okay those are our top stories that scandal that isis in global news his soldier killed annual sourcing off with another hurricane yes good morning caroline hurricane maria upgraded to category five now bearing down on the island of dominica with warnings also is seat for the british virgin islands and months around with maria said to take a path of ready destroyed by hurricane paul taylor works with the rescue organization team rubicon u k and barbados our men parts wrote about this rule with countries peace architect and talk storms whereas i think it was so striking that much but it left standing you walk what literally most yet the golds us president donald trump has lashed out against venezuela's nickle on madeira during a dinner with latin american leaders trump said the us is prepared to take further action against monterey's quite disastrous rule the colombian president juan manuel santos insists on finding a peaceful solution military intervention is something that was not in the agenda of any country about their murder could that would creator worse situation still me announced defacto leader aung sang suu cheang insist the government is doing everything it can to promote peace despite more than four hundred thousand were hanging muslims fleeing the country in recent weeks these clashes asserted and loss of lives injuries burger enough ridiculous and the displacement of papers and affected areas many muslims threat since then the government has been making every effort to restore peace and stability and to promote harmony between the muslim anger kind communities and a fresh filled poll shows germany's spd party lagging behind angloamerica cds csu alliance with just twenty two percent of the venture ahead of sunday's election is stay martin schulz trying to rally support at a town hall banks project on he reports shorts took a harder line on the german auto industry and said he be tougher on world leaders like donald trump guatemala putin going backwards attitude too timid just five days ahead of a german election shelters social democrats continued to lose ground in the polls risking a store.

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