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"chow chu" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:04 min | 7 months ago

"chow chu" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"It works on your tablet works on Web Browser. It's made for busy people. WanNa get to the main points of a book quickly or for people like myself for not just a busy but also like you know. There's just some books. I see that I feel like I should know what's in them but I'm not going to invest the time that it takes to read the entire book. They I gotta say that for me is what the the hook is on blankets Something you can you work out. You can get the main points of a book within fifteen minutes myself. This is what It's it's it's basically for me just a way of looking at books that you know. I wouldn't read you know. Fukuyama has got a book out political order political decay. That's the kind of book that I'm like. I'm not gonNA read. That whole book number stored in the series is pretty good. Is it for Fukuyama? Yeah okay well. Maybe I will read apple of deepen of of digging in and deciding if I'm GONNA Have you ever heard of this book by Amy Chow Chu? I think political tribes. I haven't but I that's something that I'm like. Oh we key takeaways what the political tribes are stuff like. I don't know even They have a Mandela's long walk to freedom. I mean that one I could see doing a short version but that may be one. I would make Myla listen to a read. There's all sorts of things that blink is. They have all sorts of sort of how to better yourself type of books. The four hour workweek is the my big FAV- Tim Ferriss on there. But you know maybe you want to find out what Rachel Maddow's last book was like blow out. Well you don't want to read the whole thing fifteen minutes it's all it takes read that american-carnage the frontlines of this. Republican civil war the rise of Donald Trump. You can't you can't stomach it fifteen minutes..

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"chow chu" Discussed on Secular Buddhism

Secular Buddhism

12:43 min | 7 months ago

"chow chu" Discussed on Secular Buddhism

"Beyond what you get from just listening to the podcast so I have two options that I'm going to start doing every week. Now the first one is using a platform called crowd cast. I want to offer live. Qna and Ama which is asked me anything sessions. When I first started learning about Buddhism I really wished I had access to a teacher or a mentor. Or someone who could help me navigate my way through all of the concepts the teachings and the practices. I had a lot of questions but I had to go searching for everything on my own and I know that finding a Buddhist center or a teacher is simply not an option for for everyone based on where you live or how much time you have and I wanted to make myself available every Sunday for a live. Qna session where listeners and supporters you can pick my brain about anything related to Buddhism or related to the topics and the podcast. Really anything at all. So who is this four? This is for anyone who is wanting to learn more about Buddhism Buddhist teachings concepts practices and who wants to work with a teacher to learn more. So this is something. I'm going to be doing Every Sunday from now on and then the second thing is similar but this is using zoom as you know zoom kind of the big rage right now. Zoom allows us to have live group discussions and interactions so the second component to this is the sense of community community is an important part of the Buddhist path and having someone to talk to is extremely valuable patriae on allows us to communicate with each other. But it's somewhat limited and nothing compares to Real Life Interactions. So I thought the next best step is to meet virtually online. So as of This week I'm going to start using zoom to allow podcasts supporters to be able to have a greater sense of community where we can get to know each other and have discussions around the podcast episodes and Be able to break out into smaller groups and have live discussions around the topics that we're learning in the podcast and discussed the co on or anything else that needs to be discussed in a one on one life setting with other podcast listeners and there will be the opportunity to practice meditation awareness practice and more and these meetings are going to follow a structure to maintain an orderly discussion. So who is this for? This is also. This is for anyone who wants to meet and discuss Buddhist concepts ideas and topics with real life people in a live setting and that's also going to be set up every week. So if you WANNA learn more you can have access to either one of these or both of them simply by become in a podcast supporter on patron at the lowest tier. Which is essentially the cost of a cheap cup of coffee. Every month is three dollars a month to have the community access in. That would give you both of those options for the live settings. So that sounds interesting to you. You can learn more about that by visiting secular Buddhism Dot Com and clicking the link on the top of the page that says Patriots on. So that's all I have about that in terms of the announcement and now this jump right into the discussion around the Zenko on that was shared in the last podcast episode. So this Cohen says one day. Chaozhou fell in the snow and called out. Help me help me help me up. Held ME UP. A monk came and lay down beside him. Chow Chu got up and went away. And that's it. That's the Cohen. And I WANNA share first of all some of the thoughts that come from the Patriot community. Because as you know I've mentioned we we have discussions around the podcast in around the Cohen. And I WANNA share some of these thoughts so ellen says quote this is what the Co on makes me think of when experiencing difficulty emotions like grief or depression and your loved ones. Want to help. But there's no way to pull you out of those feelings or make them go away so often. The best way to help is just to be with you. While you're feeling them the feelings can run their course with someone you love by your side until you have the strength to get up on your own close quote and I agree with Allen's assessment here I think oftentimes we try to help someone and our way of helping isn't helpful and other times. You know all we really need to do is be with someone and just by being with them like in this case the monk lays down beside him and that's all it that's all he needed. Chaozhou got up and went away is what it says. Okay Matt says quote I think it is an example of reactivity chow falls and his initial reaction is to panic. He fears that he cannot free himself from the situation. The monk comes in lies beside him to show him that. The situation is not a crisis he too is lying in the snow and did so voluntarily in doing so one can see that there is no emergency lows quote. This is an interesting take on it. I hadn't thought about it from that perspective but I think again with these. Cohen's you know this is a an invitation for you to extract meaning or whatever you're going to get out of it for you and it's Kinda cool. That Matt stalled this. This is kind of a different angle to it that I think is accurate. And a lot of instances in life where we are in a situation and we're thinking how Megan to do this but it's helpful to know that somebody else has been in this situation and they were able to find a way to to cope with it or deal with it then I can too and I know I felt that before and honestly I think a lot of us are feeling this. Now with everything that we're going through with the lockdowns in the With with the covert nineteen. I was telling my wife this the other day how much more difficult it would be to face these uncertainties in terms of jobs and the potential financial repercussions. If if I knew this was just happening to me but somehow by knowing that the whole world is trying to figure out what to do about work in about Income and things like that somehow makes it so much less stressful. Because I know it's not just me. We're all trying to figure it out and that's kind of what Matt is talking about here so I I like that thought. I think there's something there to it. Suzanne says quote this Cohen. Really resonated with me and I was reminded of the key. Idea of Montessori. Education helped me to do it on my on. Chaozhou asks for someone to help him help them up. Which would be quite a passive way of reacting to the present situation like a child asking their parents to do something for them. Instead the monk lies down and shows Chow Chu the passivity of his response. Once having realized this Chaozhou is able to act for himself it up under his own steam and walk away and then she says it it also reminds me of the raft analogy the monk and his compassion are the raft which enables Chow Chu to get up and leave behind the monk. Which is the wrapped? Close quote. It's always fascinating to hear other people's perspectives on these stories. Because we're all in different places in life we've had different experiences in life and we see things from a unique vantage point. And that's what I thought of when I was reading Suzanne's take on this. Like what a cool way to see that again from a perspective that hadn't crossed my mind and the correlations that she's drawing that hadn't crossed my mind and I liked them They make a lot of sense to me and then I wanNA finish with one more with Nancy's thoughts so nancy says quote. This Cohen makes me think about when I have a problem or situation that is troubling me and I turned to a friend or a loved one for help. The best help I have received is when that person simply sits with me and listens close quote and that's getting back to kind of the way Ellen talked about it and what I kind of took from it. Which is that sometimes. The best help is the help. That's just being with someone and not actually trying to help that certainly a lesson. I took away from it and I think sometimes we see this in our own lives that the best way to help someone to just sit and be with them and to not try to help in fact. Oftentimes the trying to help makes the problem worse. I know I've experienced that Both as the receiving on the receiving end of that but also on the other end where. I'm the one who's trying to help and I'm catching myself that my health is not helping him. I don't know if you've experienced that would assume some of you have. You can kind of correlate this also with the concept of teaching people to fish instead of giving fish I've correlated this a little bit with the thought of with my kids like teaching them how to think rather than what to think so. Yeah my mind has gone to a lot of different places with this co on. But at the end of the day I like visualizing Chow Chu Falling in the snow. And calling help me up helped me up. And then among laying there next to him and Chacha just gets up and walks away These little stories can always be unpacked to gain a lot of perspectives and thoughts and teachings and again. There's never a right answer. The point wasn't the answer. The point was what did it make you think of in the process of thinking maybe learned something about yourself. I think that's what's cool about these. Cohen's moving over to the topic that I wanted to discuss in today's podcast episode the concept of the three stages of doubt. So I let me set you up with what prompted this like me. Many of you are probably seeing all kinds of crazy stuff on facebook. These days right stories about this and conspiracies about that and there's a part of us that cycle which views are right. How could we possibly know? How can I take what I'm experiencing right now into my own personal practice and the amount of healthy skepticism and doubt that has gone into my analysis of the various news sources in crazy stories and videos that I've watched is what inspired this topic? I thought you know in Buddhism the concept of mistrust. The concept of doubt is very important. You know there's the expression in Zen Buddhism this has big doubt big enlightenment. Small Doubt Small Enlightenment. No doubt no enlightenment and I really liked that because without questioning our views. We can't possibly see new things. We cannot experience a new way of seen things and when I used to go around and teach the workshops the introduction to Buddhism and the introductions of mindfulness workshops there is analogy that I used often about the tinted glasses. And how we're going through life wearing these tinted glasses and if you've ever worn glasses that have a tent like red or green or blue. It affects everything that you look at. Everything is tinted by the color of the glasses that you're wearing and if I were to be born with those glasses I've never taken them off and I've only ever seen life through the the tint of the lenses that I'm looking through I wouldn't know to even mistrust that what I've seen is tinted. I would think what I'm seeing is reality. This is how things are. Everything's slightly green and I may never know that there's a tent there if I'm not willing to at least entertain. I the idea that maybe the way I see is not correct. So that's where this concept of of mistrust and doubt comes in. I think one way to almost invoke. This sense of mistrust is to just consider the views of.

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Three Approaches for Doubt and Mistrust

Secular Buddhism

06:41 min | 7 months ago

Three Approaches for Doubt and Mistrust

"And now this jump right into the discussion around the Zenko on that was shared in the last podcast episode. So this Cohen says one day. Chaozhou fell in the snow and called out. Help me help me help me up. Held ME UP. A monk came and lay down beside him. Chow Chu got up and went away. And that's it. That's the Cohen. And I WANNA share first of all some of the thoughts that come from the Patriot community. Because as you know I've mentioned we we have discussions around the podcast in around the Cohen. And I WANNA share some of these thoughts so ellen says quote this is what the Co on makes me think of when experiencing difficulty emotions like grief or depression and your loved ones. Want to help. But there's no way to pull you out of those feelings or make them go away so often. The best way to help is just to be with you. While you're feeling them the feelings can run their course with someone you love by your side until you have the strength to get up on your own close quote and I agree with Allen's assessment here I think oftentimes we try to help someone and our way of helping isn't helpful and other times. You know all we really need to do is be with someone and just by being with them like in this case the monk lays down beside him and that's all it that's all he needed. Chaozhou got up and went away is what it says. Okay Matt says quote I think it is an example of reactivity chow falls and his initial reaction is to panic. He fears that he cannot free himself from the situation. The monk comes in lies beside him to show him that. The situation is not a crisis he too is lying in the snow and did so voluntarily in doing so one can see that there is no emergency lows quote. This is an interesting take on it. I hadn't thought about it from that perspective but I think again with these. Cohen's you know this is a an invitation for you to extract meaning or whatever you're going to get out of it for you and it's Kinda cool. That Matt stalled this. This is kind of a different angle to it that I think is accurate. And a lot of instances in life where we are in a situation and we're thinking how Megan to do this but it's helpful to know that somebody else has been in this situation and they were able to find a way to to cope with it or deal with it then I can too and I know I felt that before and honestly I think a lot of us are feeling this. Now with everything that we're going through with the lockdowns in the With with the covert nineteen. I was telling my wife this the other day how much more difficult it would be to face these uncertainties in terms of jobs and the potential financial repercussions. If if I knew this was just happening to me but somehow by knowing that the whole world is trying to figure out what to do about work in about Income and things like that somehow makes it so much less stressful. Because I know it's not just me. We're all trying to figure it out and that's kind of what Matt is talking about here so I I like that thought. I think there's something there to it. Suzanne says quote this Cohen. Really resonated with me and I was reminded of the key. Idea of Montessori. Education helped me to do it on my on. Chaozhou asks for someone to help him help them up. Which would be quite a passive way of reacting to the present situation like a child asking their parents to do something for them. Instead the monk lies down and shows Chow Chu the passivity of his response. Once having realized this Chaozhou is able to act for himself it up under his own steam and walk away and then she says it it also reminds me of the raft analogy the monk and his compassion are the raft which enables Chow Chu to get up and leave behind the monk. Which is the wrapped? Close quote. It's always fascinating to hear other people's perspectives on these stories. Because we're all in different places in life we've had different experiences in life and we see things from a unique vantage point. And that's what I thought of when I was reading Suzanne's take on this. Like what a cool way to see that again from a perspective that hadn't crossed my mind and the correlations that she's drawing that hadn't crossed my mind and I liked them They make a lot of sense to me and then I wanNA finish with one more with Nancy's thoughts so nancy says quote. This Cohen makes me think about when I have a problem or situation that is troubling me and I turned to a friend or a loved one for help. The best help I have received is when that person simply sits with me and listens close quote and that's getting back to kind of the way Ellen talked about it and what I kind of took from it. Which is that sometimes. The best help is the help. That's just being with someone and not actually trying to help that certainly a lesson. I took away from it and I think sometimes we see this in our own lives that the best way to help someone to just sit and be with them and to not try to help in fact. Oftentimes the trying to help makes the problem worse. I know I've experienced that Both as the receiving on the receiving end of that but also on the other end where. I'm the one who's trying to help and I'm catching myself that my health is not helping him. I don't know if you've experienced that would assume some of you have. You can kind of correlate this also with the concept of teaching people to fish instead of giving fish I've correlated this a little bit with the thought of with my kids like teaching them how to think rather than what to think so. Yeah my mind has gone to a lot of different places with this co on. But at the end of the day I like visualizing Chow Chu Falling in the snow. And calling help me up helped me up. And then among laying there next to him and Chacha just gets up and walks away These little stories can always be unpacked to gain a lot of perspectives and thoughts and teachings and again. There's never a right answer. The point wasn't the answer. The point was what did it make you think of in the process of thinking maybe learned something about yourself. I think that's what's cool about these. Cohen's

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"chow chu" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"chow chu" Discussed on KGO 810

"Hours we're going to be a big day for everybody on our side highest such Franklin, Nikki medoro, right? Hello. Music. It's Hawaii five oh, I don't know if she's doing. So do a story. We did a few minutes ago. Doing flights to Hawaii. Oh, nothing gets by her. Thank you. Yeah. He's taking about right now. Okay. Abou- if we're going to talk about in the future you do. But you're going backwards. We love Kerry. That's what I do. She goes backward. Anyway. So the the, you know, we talked about who who's who the worst person in the world not named Trump is generally every day. It's Mitch McConnell. We found a new person. Okay. We'll get to that person in just a second. And I wanna tell you right now. It's your opportunity I'll tell you, it's really Matt gaetz. He's from the first district in Florida. He's the guy tells the story about the the dad who's he was the he was the lawmaker when they were talking about gun control. And I think of as HR eight I'm not quite sure about one of the fathers who son was killed in parkland. He was yelling at him about it. And and gates was the one that was like what is the protocol for getting people out of getting thrown out of the hearing. Yeah. So you got a little bit of criticism. Of course, the Michael Cohen testimony, which will you can hear live here on K G O starting at ten o'clock tomorrow, he'll be testifying before the house intelligence committee. And which I love the fact that atom shift schedule it, right? When Trump is going to be joking to megaton can conju Jong Kim Chow CHU. Right. Did you see him doing the the glasses of the is? Oh, yeah. Yes family. Oh, embarrassing embarrassment. He's like your old grandfather who was like stuck in the nineteen fifties. Doing inappropriate joke. The night. He won the election the king of Egypt called him Trump Tower. This is witnessed by many people. It's true. And he said the king song of the gypsy. But the Bengals he said it to the king of Egypt the night, he was elected. So this is your President Trump is out there. I don't know who's more ridiculous. We were talking yesterday about inclusion you gotta get back away from this guy and save your party anyway. So. So Matt gaetz tweeted this out today, and this is Michael Cohen testify tomorrow. Right. And by the way, let me just let me do a little tell you a little bit about gates on Wikipedia here again, he's a congressman, but he's had some problems. And and he's been in some trouble. Let me see here. What was the latest one? He'd been endorsed. Of course, endorsed by anti-gay rights, anti immigration, all immigration, like Trump. He voted for those tax cuts that were nightmare. And and he's in. He's he now he's threatened Michael Cohen, and this tweet the here's what the tweet says he sent this out and he puts Cohen in there. His name in there as well. And yeah, yeah. Yeah. It just is here. It is. Hey, Michael Cohen. Do you do your wife and father-in-law know about your girlfriend's? Maybe tonight would be a good time for that. I wonder if she'll remain faithful in your in prison, she's about to learn a lot. I'm sorry. That's witness tampering law student. Right. I mean, you're the guys testify tomorrow, and you just threaten him, and you're a federal official the non serious that's tampering. I mean, we are. We'll get an attorney on talk about that in a little while. But so coming up if you I'm gonna I'm gonna according to call his answering machine, and I'm gonna leave the answers, I already call earlier today. But if he does that'd be awesome. But it's nice sounding woman. So we're not gonna play her voice on the air. We'll just play it right up to the you know, the beep. Okay. And then I'm going to leave a message. And if you have something you would like to tell this dish bag you should call right now. Whoever has the best message. They can't use any bad words because we're gonna we're gonna broadcasted on the. But if you want to tell him something let me again, he's threatening Michael Cohen, he's committing a federal crime. So what do you think about that? And you to call up at eight hundred eighty eight ten and what would you like to leave on his answer machine? If we get to that are great, we'll do too. But right now, it's just one the best one and Brian will pick up the phone, and he'll help you through it. So that's all coming up. Just a few minutes. Michael Collins testimony tomorrow, I'm sure Trump's gonna stay up all night to watch it because I think they're seven hours. Let's say what time is it doing a show Vietnam? Vietnam there in Korea NBS care same time zone. I think six at six o'clock in the morning right now. So that means tomorrow, though, it'd be like so then so what? So six hours from now, it'll be midnight. When I think it's there if it's if it's if it's going to be damn right now, it'll be seven AM here. So it's seven AM in the math is can be a headache. But anyway, fifteen hours fifteen hours ahead of us. Okay. I can't even then I should go there and bet on the stock market. That's awesome. Anyway, I so that we'll take your phone calls. If you if you have something you want to say to him, we'll do that in a few minutes Michael Cohen testimony tomorrow before the house intelligence committee is going to be revealing in a lot of ways, I tell you hear the people watching closely vodka. Orosa? Who is I mean? Yeah, she was she was nobody in the Trump White House. But so is everybody nobody there. But she says that Cohen has some stuff to say about Ivanka that's going to drive. I mean, you can say anything about Eric because Eric won't know because he's some major after on his head when he was a kid, but junior, obviously, you know, he went to the Trump Tower to meet a Russian official to get information that had been stolen committed a crime. And he probably lied about it too. So they might get them onto things they might get him on conspiracy. And then might get him on on obstruction. So that indictment all these things and we're waiting for that. And the one of the reasons why you don't get the draw the drop this week from the Muller investigation is because they're still investigating Trump junior on these charges. So the Michael Cohen case, however will still continue to I'm sorry. The Manafort case will still continue to move forward. But it just won't be. Muller and his prosecutors dealing with Dave handed off to other prosecutors. Okay, that's still moving forward. So that's something else that's out there. And then the attorney general from the southern district of New York is going to move forward with prosecution and even right now, they're going to do it concurrently. They're not gonna wait for Trump. So if even if Trump pardoned him, and he walks out of prison, they're going to have him, and I guess with the prison face federal when you walk out of the federal prison. You gotta get the state to extradite. I'm sure he'll fight extradition to New York because I mean, he's never going to go to New York. No, no, they'll they'll send him up there. But you know, that's what Aaron bird it after he shot a Hamilton. He was charged in New Jersey with a a crime, and he just didn't go back to New Jersey and New York, and yeah. Well, good luck keeping Trumper. Rodney people from anyway. So here's the deal, so Matt gaetz douchebag, and he is tweeting. He's. Threatening Michael Cohen by Twitter via Twitter today. So I'm going to call and leave a message with his answering machine in a office in Washington DC, if you would like to you know, if you have an idea, you don't have to no pressure. If you want to eight hundred eighty eight ten is the phone number coming up at the bottom of the hour. Philip bumped from the Washington Post national correspondent, we'll talk about what to expect tomorrow. It's going to be this is the beginning of what you deserve for having to put up with this guy is to watch these guys hang and weather in the wind. It's going to be sweet. I don't care if Trump go. I mean, I just as soon at this point. Defeat him in two thousand twenty instead of impeach impeach would be a mistake because you probably the senate's not gonna convict him. He'll go a one c o wound. So we're not gonna do that. So we're just going to let him to hang in the wind and suffer while the kids. Go to jail, that's better. All right. Eight hundred eight ten we'll get your calls.

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"chow chu" Discussed on Q95

Q95

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"chow chu" Discussed on Q95

"All right. Got the Justice. James BOND reference who your waiter Marlin. Can I get a Martina, please? Says here row when you meaning a disagreement rhymes with now. Oh, okay. But I like your fish joke. Well, thank you. I'm in for fish, fish eggs, is that spelled R E, bro. A solid joke. Might have been more solid on paper next time right now is this infusion of everything alcoholic is this just for board eccentric alcoholics. Tell me you've never gotten to bottle of Chopin vodka thrown a couple of strawberry. Jolly ranchers in there and drank two days later. Nope. Never done. Sounds like fun. I guess, but no I haven't neither. So what the kids are doing? I don't think I could forced on anything with clamato juice. Nobody's drinking that. Plus, you get pulled over other cops. I guess you've got a good excuse no officer, Edmund drinking at all. She is hot. That was disgusting. Saying somebody's drinking tomato. It's still on the shelves business. Dean does don't you? Yeah. Really? Yeah. Loves Kamado, juice nice, fresh taste of liquid claims. Tomato. Do they call it v? Eight her. Remember the? Absolutely. I never got me to drink one. But. I'm sorry. Now, we've had some pretty exciting news stories this morning. I think apparently bats are invading every NBA facility in the country. What's with all of our junior windbags wrote in and said. NBA arena is much. Like k thank you, sir. It's an honor to be in the junior windbags. I would I was asked to junior win. When I was asked to become the CEO CFO went back corporation with the wind. I was. Across america. Yeah. This is true. That is what the third NBA game. That's been disrupted by bats in the last couple of weeks, and it just keeps on happening. It's pretty interesting because it never let them score while they give him a ball every now and then a bat ball. Now, you promise something about the zoo. And what was it again? Yes. Zoo in Texas will name a cockroach after your ex before feeding the insects to their mere cats. I quit bugging me event will take place at two fifteen in the afternoon on Valentine's Day at the El Paso zoo. You can submit the names of your ex partners by direct messaging, the zoos Facebook page, the exhibit will also be decorated with the names before the cockroaches are fed to the mammals. She's a cockroach the event will be streamed online. So you get to even watch. Yes. Yes. But don't you running the risk if you're turning your girlfriend into a cockroach or boyfriend? Yeah. Yeah. Now, they're going to survive the nuclear holocaust. Eaten by a mere cat. I'm in. This may be irradiated ace lemme ask you, can you pay extra to have a have a Weiner fed to a lion. Ladies all that might be more cathartic for the good. Yeah. Just did. We write your name on a Weiner Chow CHU. I wish grudges like see. That's what I was just gonna ask because. Three of you have had other had what you call legal entanglements or whatever. You can try. Do you have any ill-will toward your ex ace here comes I don't know. Okay. Other really fester by I didn't like the way it ended. Okay. I'll never forget that. I see. I don't have any. What was the burial of the cremation? Let me show you a few numbers. Tom. On this team. But there is in bankruptcy. Wasted. Another is there's an I do and Baker. What did occur to me? Me to ever go somewhere and go. Hey, I hate my ex let me name a cockroach. Sounds like a day as much as I love hooters wings. It wouldn't occur to me to take a photo of an X in there. And have it be ripped up there? Josh the wings. They're free. I just agree. Random picture in there and get their free. Yeah. No kidding. Or take may baby. Take Xs aces X in there. Picture on my. Have you ever kept? The I ordered like a bunch of frames. From a month ago. I still have like ten or twelve left, and they're just sitting in the closet. When you get a frames picture in there. There's a picture. Yeah. I just put those up. Josh does when you're single people know, look lovely woman dogs. Yeah. We can't you can't stay here. Too long. My lovely girlfriend might be back any minute. Only hang goes up on the delivery guys show when the table bringing me my Chinese or my pizza or whatever. Now, the families waiting for dinner. I was wondering why you want ten spoons the pudding obvious. Out in the shower. In fact on that. Yes. I have lied while ordering food because I embarrassed at how much I was getting more than that. Yeah. Well in and he's ordered food I've ordered through to arrives. And they just assume that it's for like eighteen people I've gotten home with a bag of Taco Bell. And there are five sports. They thought this was for a family. When you call it just say we need. I will I keep your fake. Cover the cover the phone thing and go, Honey. Did you want the crunchy kinda doubt? Okay. I have done that. And and and the drive through. I have said we would like even though I'm pulling up and nobody's. But I wanna make it. One of them home your family..

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