35 Burst results for "Clean"

Mark Levin Renews Call for Pelosi Family to Release Their Tax Returns

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 2 d ago

Mark Levin Renews Call for Pelosi Family to Release Their Tax Returns

"And so I will call as I have now for several years on the Pelosi to release their tax returns Nancy and big dummy Paul as well as little dummy Paul junior They should be releasing their tax returns And I would also argue there should be a special counsel to investigate the Pelosi A criminal investigation of the Pelosi and all these schemes to determine whether or not in fact They are clean There was a lot less of a pretext on leash a special counsel against president Trump So little that there was nothing Zero Zero except planted lies and stories by the Democrat party in the American media So will there be a special counsel Let's see which Republicans call for a special counsel I remember when Schumer demanded a special counsel to investigate Trump And I suspect he knew all along That the DNC and Hillary Clinton were working with Perkins coie and others to try and set up Trump But it didn't matter Let's see if his opposite Mitch McConnell will demand a special counsel To investigate Nancy

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Cdc Director Refuses to Correct Supreme Court Justice's COVID Mischaracterization

The Larry Elder Show

01:04 min | 6 d ago

Cdc Director Refuses to Correct Supreme Court Justice's COVID Mischaracterization

"On your Sotomayor, said there were a 100,000 children. Seriously ill because of corolla coronavirus. Many of them on ventilators, Jake tapper says it is just not true Jake tapper of CNN. Well, the CDC director Rochelle Walensky was on Fox News over the weekend, and was asked if she should correct the justices mischaracterization. Here's what happened. But I'm talking from your data ages 15 to 24, for example, the risk of death is that 0.001%. I guess what I'm getting at in this opening is that the Supreme Court is in the process of dealing with this big issue about mandates. And do you feel the responsibility as a CDC director to correct a very big mischaracterization by one of the Supreme Court Justices? Do you feel like you have an obligation to do clean up on our number 6? I mean, she made some assertion that even Jake tapper of CNN said his flat out wrong. Do you feel as a healthcare professional? To correct the record and to correct the justice for her miscarriage,

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Overnight storms bring damage to parts of US South

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Overnight storms bring damage to parts of US South

"Residents residents are are cleaning cleaning up up after after strong strong wind wind storm storm swept swept through through the the southern southern US US overnight overnight a a line line of of severe severe storms storms damaged damaged homes homes knocked knocked out out power power in in down down trees trees in in parts parts of of the the southern southern US US in in hazel hazel green green Alabama Alabama authorities authorities closed closed rose rose after after trees trees and and power power lines lines came came down down in in homes homes and and businesses businesses including including a a local local Walmart Walmart were were damaged damaged the the mayor mayor of of the the nearby nearby town town of of Triana Triana told told local local outlets outlets that that two two hundred hundred eighty eighty people people gathered gathered in in a a storm storm shelter shelter during during the the worst worst of of the the weather weather the the Madison Madison County County sheriff's sheriff's office office shared shared photos photos including including one one of of a a snapped snapped power power pole pole Kentucky Kentucky governor governor Andy Andy Beshear Beshear declared declared a a state state of of emergency emergency after after a a powerful powerful storm storm caused caused flash flash floods floods power power outages outages and and property property damage damage including including from from a a possible possible tornado tornado the the damage damage businesses businesses in in downtown downtown Hopkinsville Hopkinsville on on Saturday Saturday the the storm storm comes comes just just three three weeks weeks after after unusual unusual winter winter tornadoes tornadoes killed killed seventy seventy seven seven people people I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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It Is True That Larry O'Connor Drives a Tesla and Here's Why

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

It Is True That Larry O'Connor Drives a Tesla and Here's Why

"And said Larry O'Connor is is it true that you drive a Tesla It is true that I drive a Tesla Hear me out for a minute A great American made car high quality stuff by the way made by one of the most accomplished African Americans in our history Elon Musk And Biden hates him by the way So that's got to be a good thing right But hear me out I did not get a Tesla for any political reason or environmental reason I honestly couldn't care less as to whether it ran on electricity or gasoline I'm actually a little annoyed at the big I come from Detroit I was born in Detroit originally right That's why I'm so excited about my wolverines beating up on the Georgia dogs tomorrow night in the Miami orange bowl there I come from Detroit and I'm annoyed that Ford or Chrysler GM couldn't put together their engineering know how And design a car as great as a Tesla It is a fantastic car And again I couldn't stick a V8 in there and I'm all over it all right So just so you know When I come home from driving on all that disgusting smarmy clean energy the one downside of the Tesla is there's not nearly enough carbon emissions as I go I miss my carbon emissions The smell of those carbon emissions are intoxicating So I get home to my beautiful home and my wife Meredith and I if it's wintertime we go right to the fireplace and we start burning stuff We just throw logs in there We throw away you will find a cat in the neighborhood and throw it in there Anything to burn more carbon It's our carbon offset If it's summertime we'll do a fire pit in our front yard And it's insane We just burn whatever We find some old tires at a junkyard and we burn the tires and just start smew a black smoke everywhere We live in Maryland so no one really notices okay And that's just you know that's just Baltimore be in Baltimore right It's about all there goes another CFS a CVS up for grab sits what's going on So we do our own sort of carbon offsets When we come home from driving the clean energy vehicle to Tesla So I don't want you to misunderstand who I am or what I

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Dr. Peter McCullough Describes the 'Clean the Nose' Protocol for COVID

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Peter McCullough Describes the 'Clean the Nose' Protocol for COVID

"Just, I want to focus on one thing you mentioned because you said it quickly and we have some new listeners and we have some listeners that are just beginning to get exposed to this doctor because you've been in this sense the very beginning and some of this we kind of get so used to saying we act as if everyone's heard it. Just be very specific about the cleaning of the nose protocol because that is new for some people to hear. Okay, we clean the nose with what's called viral treatment. Now, that's papa Don iodine. Also known as bed at 9. It comes in a bottle. It's a brown iodine solution. It always comes in a 10% solution, which is standard. So look for better dynasty brand name of it. Povidone iodine. And then you take a half a teaspoon of that, mix it in a shot glass of water, 1.5 ounces. And then take a bulb syringe or a spray bottle and spray it way up in the nose and you gotta snip it back and choke on it a little bit and then spit it out. That's actually washes the back of the nose. That kills the virus on contact. You'll actually see the fever go down. It really cleans out the sinuses. And it works for other colds and sinus infections. I tell you, I'm not going to ever suffer with the cold again. Now that I've learned this, you know, sinus doctors have been doing this for years. Once I started talking to Dennis and sinus doctors, I think, yeah, we've been doing this forever. I go, what? They said, yeah, and now it turns out the studies are clear. There's a meta analysis by Chopra, randomized trial by chowder at this. It's clear it works. It's unequivocal that it works. And the bottom line is we can kill the virus edit source. We know what the Alma cron variant is multiplying 70 times faster than delta. We're talking a massive explosion in the nose. That's where the fever is coming from, even if there's not much nasal congestion, hit it up in the nose, it really

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Should the Next Conservative President Fire Every 4-Star General?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Should the Next Conservative President Fire Every 4-Star General?

"See if you agree with me with this. When either president Trump or president desantis or some other conservative president is inaugurated in January 2025, I suggest he fire every single four star general. What do you think? And everyone, the bureaucracy that is allowed to fire starting with Doctor Fauci. You got to clean out the swamp as best you can. Frankly, probably fire a few people you're not allowed to make them sue you is because it's such there's so against the constitution in my judgment. So against how our system is supposed to work. It's supposed to be the people who put their name on the ballot and run for office making decisions, not these unelected folks who never have to answer directly to we the

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"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

02:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"Not feeling successful incompetent in this area of housekeeping and then taking that and for some reason, it feels like, well, then I don't deserve to be able to do tricks. I don't deserve to have something that makes this easier because I'm not good at it. When in reality, a lot of the people who are good at it are good at it because they embrace those tricks. I hope I'm making any sense. Here's the thing. I am not telling you to replace your floors. Okay, I love my dark floors. I love them in my old house. I loved those floors. I picked them out. I love the pictures. I love the way they look. But I am saying to be okay with cheating. Like what's some other thing? That maybe you've resisted like your mom said, oh, just do this or your aunt or your friend is like, just do this. And see, did you resist? Cheating because you didn't feel like you deserve to be able to cheat or you because you were still hoping for the ideal world and ideal life to happen. And instead, it's like, well, I mean, that's so much of what has changed my home was just accepting the reality of it, accepting the reality that this is a mundane day to today thing, accepting the reality that daily habits make more of an impact than big project cleans. Don't resist the things that make life easier. When the other option that you're choosing when you resist the things that make life easier when the other option is just for life to be hard because you're just not going to do it the hard way. It's like what matters what I need to be doing is the thing I'll actually do. What I need to embrace is the thing that actually makes my home better and me more willing to open it up and let people inside. Okay. I'm.

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

04:38 min | 3 weeks ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"Floors versus when I have the gray floors, like, in my ideal mind, the dark floors may seeing it would make me constantly do the constantly vacuum and constantly sweep. But I didn't. I did it on the routine. Well, now, same routine, but the gray floors don't make it. Looks about in between. I don't know. Is this one helpful at all? Merry Christmas, everybody. Okay? I don't know. Okay, so I think too it is this mentality that I've always had of why people's houses looked good. You know, if someone's house looked good, I just thought, well, obviously, they clean all the time. I don't have time to clean all the time. But now, the more you learn, the more you realize that most people whose houses look clean all the time, they've got tricks up their sleeve. They have the tricks. It is not about the fact that they are cleaning out some of them are. Okay. But a lot of people whose houses look great all the time, they have tricks. I remember and I know I've told you this before, but this lady when my kids were a little bitty, I think I just had my boys. And it was in the place where we lived before we lived here. And it was a woman who had two kids the same similar ages to my maybe a little bit older. But then she also had two teenage kids. Anyway, so I went over to her house. So she had more life experience than me for sure. Whenever to her house, and I was like, oh my word your house looks great. And then she lifts up all these interesting little places like little tablecloths and stuff. And she was like, hey kids, there's toys under here. Like she had hidden toys all over the place. And it was just like, it just felt like such a trick, not trick like bad, like, oh she tricked me, but just like, I would never have thought to do that. But here's the thing. The people who are irritated by the sight of a little bit of dirt or clutter or whatever. Those people who they see that and it drives them bananas and so they have to stay on top of it. Well, it's hard to stay on top of it. Or it's just constantly coming back. They like the surfaces that don't show dirt as much. I'm not making a blanket statement. I know there are people who are not this way. But I'm just saying. In my experience, they like the surfaces that don't show dirt as much. Because then that helps them relax a little bit more. And.

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

05:28 min | 3 weeks ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"But what's weird to me is those people whose houses are under control tend to be, and I'm not talking about people who are neurotic about it. You know, and I'm not saying neurotically. Oh my word, neurotic. Because I know that's actually a real concern for a lot of people, an actual neurosis. I'm, you know, of obsessive compulsive disorder, and all that kind of stuff. I hear from people who tell me, I actually listen to your stuff because it helps me with my OCD because then I'm like, okay, if I can just say, I'm going to clean my bathroom once a week, and then I can be like, okay, I don't have to clean it 15 times a day because I know I've cleaned it once but anyway. So I'm amazed that I often actually hear from people who do suffer with legitimate because it can be I've seen this stuff and I've kind of become a little more sensitive to it because I also get it from people who are like, oh my word, I'm so there. I have to make sure that I'm like, are you because it's actually a disorder that a lot that's part of the name, right? Obsessive compulsive disorder, that a lot of people truly suffer from. I don't think it's a joking matter to actually, but I know it's something that just in common slaying people are like, oh, I'm so OCD about this or whatever. Okay, that's fine, whatever. Which if you were actually OCD, my kitchen lights might drive you crazy because there are three rows of are they can lights or something recessed lighting, three rows, but two of the middle row are off from the line. And it's because they are directly over the island in the kitchen. And so I can figure out why. And it kind of bugs me, but it doesn't drive me crazy, but it makes me think of all those memes that you see on the Internet, where people are like, oh, I can't handle this because something is just a little bit off, and it's like, why is it off anyway? So it makes me laugh. Is that bad? It makes me laugh when I think about the people who would say that it drove them crazy. But if you actually have been diagnosed, I will not laugh at you. Okay? Because then I will understand much more. But for the people who, Dana stop talking, oh, my word. Is this going to be one of those podcasts where I say things that I shouldn't say? Anyway, but so let's go back to this. It's that those people who do clean consistently know that cleaning has to be done and it is a challenge and life is going to happen and things are going to get dirty, so I might as well have a surface that when it does get dirty because it's going to get dirty because life happens, then it's not going to look horrible, but I'll still get to it..

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"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

03:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

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"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

04:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"I was like, oh, maybe there was a point to what all these people have told me over the course of my life. About countertops and things, and they'll be like, oh, well, it shows dirt. That just never computed in my brain, y'all. And so it's made me think about why has that not computed in my brain when it is a really valid and helpful thing. So one of my friends, I think I called her normal friend, years ago, she did some YouTube videos with me. She and her husband were coming through, we live and we had just moved, and she was like, hey, I'm kind of waving at you, so funny, because I was like, come on and see the new house. She said, I didn't want to ask, and I'm like, anyway, whatever. Okay, I'll just tell y'all that my philosophy on a new house is like, yo, come on right now. Come on now, while I have the excuse that we just moved in. After a year, if it still looks like this, then I'm embarrassed. But for the first year, I'm like, oh, you know, we just moved. Well, we just I can blame so much on the fact that we just moved. But anyway, so she came over and so we went upstairs and we did have the carpet replaced upstairs because it was super old. And I wanted to replace it before we moved furniture and stuff like that. So we went upstairs and she saw the carpet and she was like, I love this carpet. This is the same carpet that we have and it is so great because it doesn't show anything. Now this was before I'd have my revelation about the gray floors in the dog hair. And I was like, again, like I'd always been with my mom. I was like, what are you talking about? It just did not compute. So anyway, that's why I have been thinking about this concept. Why is it that people whose houses always look great and under control do focus on what's going to show dirt versus not show dirt? And these are people who clean. These are not people who are like, oh, it's not going to show dirt. So I won't ever have to clean. Now, these are the people who clean. And so I'm like, I know that y'all clean a lot. And so why is it a big deal? Anyway, I think it comes down to a lot of that. You'll know I don't like to use the word perfectionism. I know a lot of people who talk about this stuff are like, oh, you have trouble because you're a perfectionist. And I'm like, I don't know that I'm really a perfectionist with my house because I am a perfectionist in certain other areas. And in those areas, I'm driven. I can't sleep. I've got to get it done. I've got to do it right. And I can't understand how anyone else in the world wouldn't do it right on those certain types of things. And I'm like, well, that's where I'm a perfectionist. You can not look at my house on a regular basis and go this woman's a perfectionist. That's just not it. But I do think it's I like to think of it as idealism. It's not that I'm a perfectionist, it's that I'm an idealist. And so it feels like, okay, so certain surfaces, countertops, carpet, floors, all that kind of stuff. Certain types of things don't show dirt. And yet in an ideal world, I would stay on top of things. And it wouldn't matter if they showed dirt or not because there wouldn't be any dirt..

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"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

04:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"And you can fill out the form you have to have your pre order number. Your reference number, whatever it is that they called it that they sent in your email when you bought it when you ordered the pre order of the book or you can go into your account. Let's say you bought it on Barnes and noble or Amazon or indie books or whatever. Go to your account there. I believe indie books has an account. But go to your account there and look through your orders and you'll see the order number. So you have to put that in. I want to know what form of the book that you bought and all that. Anyway, not much to do, but you will get this printable. And you can have that to use. Today, right? Or you can have it to use the day after Christmas, which is when you're going to want to declutter. You may not feel it now. Right now, you're probably running around frantically, but yeah, you're going to want to declutter. So. Let's talk about the appearance of clean. Okay, so I am in my new house. And my new house is an old house. I mean, it's not like super old. It's like 1977, which I know for some of y'all are like, that is modern. But it's not a new house. It's not like new construction or anything like that. So it has Ben parts of it have been updated, parts of it have definitely not been updated. But it's a nice house. I love it. And it's just going to take us a while. We're going to work through things and take down wallpaper. And stuff like that eventually. But I really love it. So anyway, but the floors in the main area of the home, meaning the downstairs. The floors have been redone. And so that was huge. It's like, oh, good. The floors have already been redone. Now, in selling my own house, and people will tell you, oh, people are just going to come in and redo everything anyway. And I'm like, they might, I don't. You know, I mean, when I came in, I was like, oh, the floors are like, it's like a gray wood floors. And I thought to myself, I don't think I would choose gray, wood floors, but I think they're pretty. If I saw him and anybody else's house, I would be like, oh, those are so pretty. But it's not something I would actually go to the store and say, I'm going to have gray wood floors. But they're here, they exist, they're new. I'm perfectly happy with them. I'm like, yeah, good..

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"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

04:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"This is podcast number oh, wait, I usually say some other stuff. I share my personal dislocation process as I figure out ways to keep my own home under control. I share the truth about cleaning and organizing strategies that actually work in real life for real people, people who don't love cleaning and organizing. Thanks for joining me today. So I was trying to kind of like go off script, not that it's a written script. It's just something I say every single week. And sorry. I can only change so much in one week. But this is podcast number three 17. And I am calling it the appearance of clean, because this is something I've been thinking about. Because it's something that normal people and when I say normal people, please don't get offended. It's my little funny way of saying the people who don't like struggle and feel mind boggled by housekeeping stuff. People who are just like, what must have a deal? Anyway, I have found and I'm not saying this is a blanket statement for everywhere, but I have been surprised to find that a lot of people whose houses always look great are much more okay with things appearing to be clean even if they aren't actually clean than a lot of times those of us who really truly struggle. So we would say, well, I'm not okay with it just looking clean. It has to be clean, but then we don't actually clean it. And then it doesn't look clean. Anyway, it's just something I've been thinking about. And I'm going to talk about why I've been thinking about it and all that. But before I do, I did want to make sure you go pre order my new book. Y'all, I'm so excited. I can't even, I'm so I'm excited about the book. Okay, yes, of course. But I'm really excited about my pre order bonus. So I asked in my patron group about what would actually be helpful because it stressful to me. Y'all, I've been talking about this stuff forever. And I'm like, I only want I wanted to do a pre order bonus that was like legitimately not something I had shared before and also would be legitimately hopeful. Like something that would truly be helpful. Instead of just like, I wasn't this cute or whatever. I mean, because we don't need cute stuff, we need helpful stuff, right around here. So anyway, I had asked them and they'd given me different ideas and things. And so I kind of took from what they said and someone may have actually said exactly this, but I felt like it was from several different ones. Anyway, thank you to all of you who answered because you all got my brain flowing because I was feeling completely depleted of any kind of ideas. So what I created and I drew it out with my own hands first, don't worry, the publisher then hired an artist who made it look really pretty..

Breitbart's Alex Marlow Foresees a Red Wave in 2022 -- But What Will the GOP Do With It?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Breitbart's Alex Marlow Foresees a Red Wave in 2022 -- But What Will the GOP Do With It?

"But let's close on the build back better thing. So Alex yeah, Democrat agendas and turmoil, obviously this has political consequences. How could Republicans possibly screw this up heading into the midterms? That's a realistic question. Yeah, I don't think they will, what I'm more concerned about is will they disappoint when they get in? Because I've been asking interviewing a lot of Congress people since I've been here at America fast. And a lot of them, everyone's fired up, everyone's very excited, but they're divided, I think, on what to do other than investigations. Well, I think investigations may be the beginning of it. I don't think there's anything else that we can get done that's realistic. Right. Because Biden's going to have the veto pen or whoever is president, you know, at the time, they're going to have the veto pen. So it is about investigations and you got to start with Fauci, I think. You got to start with these deep status who are treating American parents like terrorists. I think you have, but you got to start letting the agenda be known that there will be a massive house cleaning once the Republican wins in 2024 whoever it is and you know they're going to be the FrontRunner to win, cheap by me on big cat or is going to try to stop that. But it is, there needs to be a massive house cleaning in this country in

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Over 75% of Americans Believe the Media's Primary Goal Is to Push Its Own Agenda

Mark Levin

01:19 min | Last month

Over 75% of Americans Believe the Media's Primary Goal Is to Push Its Own Agenda

"Listen to this statistic And I saw this in my email from convention of state really really interesting More than 75% of Americans say the media's primary goal is advancing their own political agenda Crazy stuff right 76.3 to be exact percentage 76.3% of Americans now believe the establishment media's primary goal is to push its own political agenda according to a poll from Trafalgar group and the convention of states Now 62% 62.7% of Democrats believe that the primary focus of the mainstream media's coverage of current events is to advance their own opinions or political agenda while 70 excuse me 37.3 believe that finding and reporting facts is their main objective So you have this one group that says no no they're in it to win it These guys are the real deal They're legit And then the overwhelming amount of people think they're fake their phone either fraud like the late great bomb grant used to say So where does that put us That puts us with a fake phony fraud in The White House Joe Elba was so Biden and immediate that supporting him and now they don't know what to do Now they're trying to shake things up at CNN to see if they can repair it And you've got journalists and professors that are trying to come to the rescue clean up and il 6 Clean up another

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Good News: Joe Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ Plan Might Be Dead

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | Last month

Good News: Joe Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ Plan Might Be Dead

"Unlikely, basically it's not going to happen. The build back better Bill. It's unlikely it's going to get passed. The build back better Bill, which gives a $100 billion to illegal aliens. Gives 68,000 new IRS agents, massive tax increase, hundreds of billions of dollars to clean energy. I mean, it is a blank check. To fundamentally transform the country. Thanks to Joe Manchin and kyrsten sinema, it looks like that Bill is not going to pass. But I don't think that's news to most senators. I think that's news to us. We knew that mansion was playing games. We knew that mansion didn't want to see this bill passed for a while. We thought that there might be a scaled down version of it. But I think months ago mansion and Biden and cinema and Democrats knew that this bill was probably $3 trillion too ambitious. So instead, I think there was this skit that was being played on the American people the last couple weeks. Look how big this bill is. Progressives then can say to their base, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, we did everything we could, but those stupid Joe Manchin types stopped us. You see, so Warren and Sanders can go back to their base in their voters and say, we tried to spend $3 trillion, but it's not because of me it didn't happen. But instead, what we are

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Happy 100th, Bloody Mary: Paris marks cocktail's birthday

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

Happy 100th, Bloody Mary: Paris marks cocktail's birthday

"Harry's Harry's bar bar in in Paris Paris is is celebrating celebrating the the one one hundredth hundredth birthday birthday of of the the bloody bloody Mary Mary the the drink drink is is believed believed to to have have been been invented invented it it Harry Harry medical medical homes homes bar bar in in nineteen nineteen twenty twenty one one carries carries is is now now owned owned by by Harry's Harry's great great grandson grandson friends friends Arthur Arthur mac mac alone alone he he says says his his great great grandfather grandfather was was fond fond of of a a dancer dancer who who performed performed in in the the U. U. S. S. she she used used to to work work in in and and and and a a place place in in Chicago Chicago called called the the bucket bucket of of blood blood so so that's that's that's that's the the story story he he gives gives he he can can give give you you a a few few more more stories stories there's there's a a Hemingway Hemingway story story he he was was just just I I think think it it was was just just before before getting getting married married and and he he was was dating dating somebody somebody call call merry merry Nellie Nellie is is a a bartender bartender at at Harry's Harry's he he knows knows how how to to make make a a good good bloody bloody Mary Mary cleans cleans clothes clothes sold sold improper improper then then the the financials financials to to Moscow Moscow splash splash before before justice justice shows shows it's it's saying saying a a lot lot lemon lemon juice juice and and of of course course a a nice nice shot shot of of vodka vodka mix mix and and serve serve I I met met Donahue Donahue

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Mark Levin Endorses Samaritan's Purse to Support Victims of Tornado Disasters

Mark Levin

01:42 min | Last month

Mark Levin Endorses Samaritan's Purse to Support Victims of Tornado Disasters

"Our fellow citizens are suffering in several states as a result of these horrific tornadoes I don't want to lose Focus on that at least not right now and I want to point this out I've looked at a number of potential charities mister badu's or mister calls greener one through them in my advice Is Samaritan's purse That's a Christian organization headed by Franklin Graham It's very honest and honorable man He's responding to the deadly tornadoes he's seeking volunteers to help with debris clean up roof tarping chainsaw work Federal local COVID-19 guidelines of course have to be followed but there's a three day minimum stay for overnight volunteers more daily opportunities are going to become available Mister Bezos can you please put this up on my site on getter and parlor That is Samaritan purse dot org backslash Well just go to Samaritan purse dot org That'll take you where you need to go Samaritan pars dot org they definitely need money They need donations if you can do that for our fellow citizens That's what we do as red blooded Americans As white supremacists but we don't really care the race of our fellow citizens They're hurting And they need help And I want to encourage Black Lives Matter to contribute to this cause I want to encourage antifa CNN MSNBC The New York Times The Washington Post I want to encourage the NBA and LeBron James I want to encourage the hosts at ESPN I want to encourage the corporatists all around America Nike How about it Lend a hand You can donate to you know It's called Samaritan's purse dot org

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Todd and Caller James Discuss Hillary Clinton's Chances of Another Presidential Run

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:25 min | Last month

Todd and Caller James Discuss Hillary Clinton's Chances of Another Presidential Run

"I'm not the only one that thinks Hillary Clinton is going to run here. Let's go to Sherwood Arkansas, James on the line. Now James did you guys get any event storm damage over the weekend? No, just a little win. That's all we got. Well, glad to hear that. Glad to hear that. Well, you know, it's funny because honestly, I believe she has to run because in her own mind, she really thinks she's the other chance. She thinks she well, she thinks she won back in 2016, so she's still not over that. True and true in that. As a matter of fact, do we have the audio of her weeping as she's reading? Holler at me when we've got that. But James, I'm very intrigued by a Hillary Clinton Donald Trump matchup. I think Trump cleans her clock to be honest with you. Well, you know, with and I know everybody wants to say, there was no election fraud. Really, then how come 5 20 states all of a sudden go down at the same time and then come back up at the same time and the votes are all swapped from Donald Trump to Joe Biden. Yeah, look, James, I think you raise a very good point

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Rep. Rashida Tlaib - Who Earns $174,000 - Wants Taxpayers to Pay off Her Student Loans

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

Rep. Rashida Tlaib - Who Earns $174,000 - Wants Taxpayers to Pay off Her Student Loans

"Rashida Tlaib, talking about student loan forgiveness, which is a top priority, a demand of the American left, listen to her. I worked full-time Monday through Friday and took weekend classes to get my law degree, and still close to $200,000 in debt. And I still over $70,000. If most of it was interest most of it was our own government making money and profit off of me. And guess what, I didn't go to the for profit entities. I went to legal aid. I worked at the nonprofit organization fighting for the right to breathe clean air to fight for the worker that was getting their wage taken and stolen from their employer. I went and worked on immigrant rights and so much more. And all of that to say, we have to stop treating as if folks that are paying for education as if they bought some bougie car or some big, you know, something beyond no. They were seeking an education. That woman makes almost $200,000 a year. And she wants you to pay for her college education. I mean, she's very clear about it. She did nice things. She worked for immigrants rights and she did a lot of nice things. A lot of altruistic things. She didn't buy a bougie car. She got a law degree. So now you pay for that law degree. You have to pay for her education. That's the mindset. And again, $174,000 a year salary. Do you make a $174,000 a year? 70,000 can I ask you a personal question? If you made a $174,000 a year, would you expect it's just everybody else to pay for your bills?

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Who Is 'The Laptop From Hell' Author Miranda Devine?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Who Is 'The Laptop From Hell' Author Miranda Devine?

"For our millions of listeners and viewers across the nation, please tell those who may not have been familiar with your work before you bribed in America who ran the divine is where she came from and what she's been doing until she published this superb book. Well, I am actually an American citizen. I was born in Queens, New York. So I'm a New York native. But obviously from my ex and I've spent quite a lot of time elsewhere and so I've spent, I guess, the last I went to university here, but I spent the last 25 years in America. And so I in Australia. I get mixed up. I'm in the transition. Well, they both begin with a. They're both speak English, a kind of carry on. Anyway, so and I've been here for three years in New York working for the New York Post as a columnist. And very exciting time, I guess, but also rather a devastating time because we had the election campaign. We've had the election and we've had the pandemic. We've had the riots. New York, in particular, is almost unrecognizable from what it was back in 2019 when it was still, you know, fairly broadly and not so crime ridden as it is now. And it reminds me very much. I lived here back in the 80s with my parents. And it reminds me very much of those bad old days pre Rudy Giuliani, the legendary mayor who cleaned up New York. And for Peter you can't do that again, because I don't know what the Eric Adams is going to be able to do that, but certainly the build de Blasio just presided over a complete

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Liberal Stacy Can't Understand More People Have Died Under Joe Biden Than President Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Liberal Stacy Can't Understand More People Have Died Under Joe Biden Than President Trump

"Tell me. You want the number? How many people do you have because passed away? Trump. I mean, are you listen, now listen to me? It's always two years of his presidency. And two years of his presidency, how many people died? Do you really, are you? I'm not saying this to you because I'm giving you all the time. Listen to me. Now stop digging her up to me and I'm not interrupting you, I promise to stop. I'm trying to become a dialog with you. Are you putting me on her? Do you really not know that more people have died in 2021 than died in 2020? Do you not know that? Don't say do I not. You're not going to clean me down a certain amount of ignorance. The deal is I'm actually educated. I hear these people call me and calling you intellectual. And yet you don't give that. Let me quote, let me quote here, I don't know if you'll trust Reuters. Stacey Stacey, you asked me for a question. I'm giving you an answer. You want an answer? You want an answer, right? COVID deaths in 2021 have now surpassed the toll in 2020 with 350,000 since inauguration day. Listen 2020. 2020 and 2021 are directly responsibility of food. You're going to tell me Biden? You challenged me. You just Stacey. See why I can't do this because people like Stacey don't want to have a conversation because you're so defeated already before you call. You asked me to give you the number of deaths in 2021 while Joe Biden was president. You know, I gave a Stacy. I gave it to you. Excuse me, you're nobody could hear you because you're not letting me even talk to you and I'm gonna let you talk. You asked me how many people died in 2021 because you said it's not true that more people died under Biden's presidency in the year that he's been president than

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Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Shared Pro-Hitler and Violent Anti-White Posts

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | Last month

Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Shared Pro-Hitler and Violent Anti-White Posts

"We have to close the loop on the walka Shaw story. Isn't it a tragic set of circumstances where we're only allowed to talk about or care about a tragedy if the color of the skin of the attacker is something that the regime actually wants? So the attacker and walker Shaw, who has now killed 6 people a young boy died last evening. So it's went from 5 to 6. Ran over 40 more people. A black terrorist by the name of Darryl Brooks he is a pro Hitler anti semitic black supremacist terrorist. It's been wiped clean from the activist media. You've got a CNN dot com. No mention at all whatsoever. Nope. Nothing. Instead, if you, if you looked at any of the headlines that happened, they're not even saying that this is a terrorist attack. No, they just call it a car crash. They say what happened in Waukesha Wisconsin was just the car crash. It was like someone that got off on the wrong exit. Play cut 56. Bank worker. We were also hearing from the uncle of one of the 18 children hurt in the crash on Sunday. David begnaud reports on how one 11 year old girl is doing. The crash on Sunday. This was an attentional attack. But because it was a black assailant who's a child sex trafficker and pedophile, it doesn't fit the

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Allen throws for 4 TDs as Bills beat hobbled Saints, 31-6

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Allen throws for 4 TDs as Bills beat hobbled Saints, 31-6

"The Buffalo Bills moved into a temporary tied for first place in the AFC east by shutting down the New Orleans Saints thirty one six Josh Allen threw four touchdown passes completing twenty three of twenty eight to pace the bills it was a good night no getting victory it by any means still some things to clean up and we'll look at that on tape and learn from it but happy for our guys responded from you know a short week into a tough loss on Sunday to a balanced scoring strikes were to tight end Dawson Knox the first got the bills first driving put buffalo up seven nothing the second put the game out of reach for the punctual saints at twenty four nothing midway through the third quarter Stefon Diggs them out breed also caught TD passes for buffalo which is now seven for the same record as the weak link which place Sunday the saints fell to five and six I'm John Merriam

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Nick Searcy: The Government Is Silencing January 6th Defendants

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | Last month

Nick Searcy: The Government Is Silencing January 6th Defendants

"You are one of these people who just some of these people Nick they didn't even really know what was going on did they just sort of the gates open The doors were open They're like cool we get to go into the capitol and now they're sitting in prison cells for it It is grossly offensive and you're right It is chilling You compare this to how the FBI and the DOJ is labeling angry parents as domestic terrorists and you're absolutely right Their goal is to chill our opposition to what they're doing Yeah and you know sadly it is working up to this point I mean I don't know how many people that we contacted who said you know I'm afraid to talk I don't want to tell my story because I'm afraid of repercussions And even in some cases we did interviews with people who didn't afterwards called us up and said in my lawyer said take me out So they were afraid to stand up to the government because the government has them over a barrel Most of these people are middle class people who own their own businesses who don't have a $100,000 to mount a vigorous legal defense So they wind up with these court appointed attorneys out of Washington D.C. who are basically working for the government They're not working for their clients They're trying to get their clients to cop to a plea deal by telling them look if you go to a jury trial you might get 30 years But if you clean guilty this one little felony You can do 6 months and you can get on with your life even though you've been won't be able to vote or ever own a firearm but still And see that's what that's what's happening to these people They are being railroaded by the FBI and the Department of Justice because they don't have the means to fight back

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"clean" Discussed on Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"clean" Discussed on Catholic Apostolate Center Podcast

"Long pandemic is caused us.

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"I'm here with my friends. I can actually say that now. 'cause i know you guys like in real life my friends don and cast and i've already given my little spiel at the beginning before we're getting started but i just have to say that we had so much fun when we worked on this project. Take your house back which everybody can go find it. Take your house back dot com. It was just a lot of fun. Although i was just informed by both douyin casts that they had a lot of fun when i wasn't there so i'm choosing to not be hurt and offended by that as well. We did but more fun with you bear. Oh we would have liked to be there. I heard that you cried member. Didn't y'all say that all right there. I talk non stop and somehow i talked my way into my childhood issues and then i started sobbing port. Daud she's just like. I am not a therapist. Could you be quiet. Now i could. That's just me. And then that's on film because i want to hear the whole okay. We won't make you do it today but okay. So why don't you guys go ahead and introduce yourself and just kind of tell us what you do online and then we'll get into your own personal slob story don when she while. I'm dawn from the minimum. If we haven't met before. I married to tom. We have four kids ages. Six through eleven. Now and iphone minimalism about six years ago. Because i you know. I just felt like there had to be a way to stay on top of your house and still like pursue some kind of outside either happier working right. I'm when they're just has to be away. And so i was just trying. I was just trying everything. And finally i listened to a podcast by joshua becker who is a well known west end. He's just like did you know you don't have to have all of this stuff like that. Was my lightbulb moment. And he went on to give permission to get rid of it. And i pretty easy sal. Like i'm not gonna lie about that. And so i'm always like well. You don't have anything to lose so <hes>. Next year we got rid of about eighty percent of our stuff. I did not invite tom into the process until i was about. Seventy percent of an is focused on my own stuff in the kids staff <hes>. But i couldn't believe how it transformed our house and it truly made it a place where i could keep it picked up and stay on top of it still feel like i was doing a good job as a mom and get to start a blog and do some of that stuff that i was interested in and so now out on youtube inci luxury and videos to <hes>. With just tips and tricks to help you. Simplify your house quickly. Got to read. Dina's book this past summer <hes>. With another group of women and as we dissolve to cutting at the speed of light. We're to salt lake. This woman gets it and we had so many of the same ideas. I have some different terms for them. But i felt like we could be best friends and just felt like i finally got someone else who the normal systems didn't work for me in. Identify ordina dana. Either so i thought we could be friends and that's how we ended up. Actually we ended up meeting. We're at a conference a year ago. Yup you're ish ago. Something like that. A fault fall of nine. And we're in a took a random picture. And i put it on instagram and people were like oh my goodness. It's the two of you altogether and we were like who. Who are you talking about. I don't even who. Yeah you are with dana for us outcomes clean like and i had to look up and see which one you that was me too. I was like what are you talking about like like i should know this anyway. That's how we ended up. Connecting was was my listeners. Your youtube watchers saying you two are my favorite people and the other person that i hear about all the time from my listeners. And my readers casts. Hi thanks for having me. I'm cast from clutter bug on the mom of three kids. My oldest is fourteen which makes me feel so old and then my middle is twelve and my little guy is eight and my story sounds so much like both of your stories. I was always a messy person. I mean i was that kid who had rotten food my desk at school. I was the kid who's locker was filled with crumpled papers and a complete disaster. You couldn't walk in my room. I just always thought that. I was born messy and when my first daughter was born knows like i want to be a stay at home mom so bad so badly and my husband's like al what we have to still have two income swabs like i'm gonna run a daycare. I had nine children in this home daycare. And i'm a slob and their toys everywhere and it looked like toys r. Us at vomited. And i felt like all i did all day was clean and it was never clean and so i just fell. There must be something. Fundamentally wrong with me is doesn't take brains. This doesn't take like how come i can't do. This and i felt it was depressing. Let's just the way it was. And i was watching at. Tlc and peter. Walsh came on the tv. He had a show called cleaned sweep and he was talking about different organizing techniques and taking out of the house and letting go of like fifty percent of your stuff and i was like. I'm i'm going to give this a try again. And what i found was my brain doesn't organiz the way. It looks like on tv and other people organize

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"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"Thanks for coming on autumn. I'm excited that you're here and willing to share with the world. Thanks for having me so tell me about you like tell me about your unique life situation that you're in okay. Well i am an older mom and fifty two and i have seven kids and they are still in the house. My oldest seventeen and my youngest is six. We're all in four bedrooms and <hes>. My youngest does down syndrome so he is sort of the life of the party as bet sitting some extra challenges so yes. We're having some fun over here. Sounds like now are you. Are your kids schooling at home at this time. Yeah all virtual lucky. Our grandparents live four houses away and the older three. Go to grandma and grandpa's to use their wifi could. that's huge. That's very helpful at the very very helpful thing. Yeah but as a phys retired physics and chemistry teacher so that helps you wonderful. That do you have do. They know i mean. Have you been given any kind of timeline on when they might go back to regular school. O one of the principles mentioned maybe <hes>. Thanksgiving after we don't know where in michigan so it's pretty tight. Thought down still is all over michigan. That it's that way. Yeah our governor has been really protective so <hes>. well actually. That's not exactly true. Each school district is different. Are still doing virtual only right now. Okay i was. I find it so interesting and is actually very very very soon true. I don't even. I'm not for sure that yours will air before thanksgiving but anyway people will understand. Okay so tell me what strategy has impacted your home. The most well <hes>. I've thought about that question. Let your container concept has been really helpful. But the thing that i really rely on is the take it now there. I'm now okay. It just it. It's something i struggle with. I really am wired to not take it there now to put it in a pile to take their in a minute soon as i've gathered enough things to bear <hes>. Which then leaves me with a house. Full of piles and my family then claims. I didn't know what that bunch of stuff over there was. And then it's all my jurisdiction on the set. And then i get no help so it's really much better to to pick up the scissors and put the scissors rather go instead of week. You know so. I have scissors and a pen and the tape dispenser so you have come to a point where you're doing that and seeing the benefit of it there now. Oh absolutely but it's still a struggle. It's just it just. It goes against the grain so hard. I think it to me. It makes me think about like. I feel so much better when i eat salad with grilled chicken and bob at like my body feels better. I think better and yeah. Yeah but for some reason. When i'm looking at the menu i'm like oh chicken. Fried chicken sounds really good. Or if i open the fridge. What's in there right exactly. So yeah no. I get it but i encourage like do you remember how long ago you filled out your form a long time ago. Okay is it because that was actually one of your biggest challenges at one point was not being able to make yourself do the ticket there now so i really it's encouraging me to hear you say that you're now doing that and you. I'm doing it and doing it and the house is actually better. It's noticeably better but you think oh absolutely yeah yeah and i concentrate hard on the visible areas like a for entrance the which is right off the front entrance <hes>. In the kitchen all those things you can see from the front door. And so i make sure to do those and i do those by doing the ticket there now. Yes was rooms for sure. So that's been that's been really really key. I don't make piles there. But where do you make. Pals is like you know in the unseen. Eric basement plus that i have the excuse for. I don't want to claim three sets of stairs right now a serious. Yeah

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"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"Thanks for coming on autumn. I'm excited that you're here and willing to share with the world. Thanks for having me so tell me about you like tell me about your unique life situation that you're in okay. Well i am an older mom and fifty two and i have seven kids and they are still in the house. My oldest seventeen and my youngest is six. We're all in four bedrooms and <hes>. My youngest does down syndrome so he is sort of the life of the party as bet sitting some extra challenges so yes. We're having some fun over here. Sounds like now are you. Are your kids schooling at home at this time. Yeah all virtual lucky. Our grandparents live four houses away and the older three. Go to grandma and grandpa's to use their wifi could. that's huge. That's very helpful at the very very helpful thing. Yeah but as a phys retired physics and chemistry teacher so that helps you wonderful. That do you have do. They know i mean. Have you been given any kind of timeline on when they might go back to regular school. O one of the principles mentioned maybe <hes>. Thanksgiving after we don't know where in michigan so it's pretty tight. Thought down still is all over michigan. That it's that way. Yeah our governor has been really protective so <hes>. well actually. That's not exactly true. Each school district is different. Are still doing virtual only right now. Okay i was. I find it so interesting and is actually very very very soon true. I don't even. I'm not for sure that yours will air before thanksgiving but anyway people will understand. Okay so tell me what strategy has impacted your home. The most well <hes>. I've thought about that question. Let your container concept has been really helpful. But the thing that i really rely on is the take it now there. I'm now okay. It just it. It's something i struggle with. I really am wired to not take it there now to put it in a pile to take their in a minute soon as i've gathered enough things to bear <hes>. Which then leaves me with a house. Full of piles and my family then claims. I didn't know what that bunch of stuff over there was. And then it's all my jurisdiction on the set. And then i get no help so it's really much better to to pick up the scissors and put the scissors rather go instead of week. You know so. I have scissors and a pen and the tape dispenser so you have come to a point where you're doing that and seeing the benefit of it there now. Oh absolutely but it's still a struggle. It's just it just. It goes against the grain so hard. I think it to me. It makes me think about like. I feel so much better when i eat salad with grilled chicken and bob at like my body feels better. I think better and yeah. Yeah but for some reason. When i'm looking at the menu i'm like oh chicken. Fried chicken sounds really good. Or if i open the fridge. What's in there right exactly. So yeah no. I get it but i encourage like do you remember how long ago you filled out your form a long time ago. Okay is it because that was actually one of your biggest challenges at one point was not being able to make yourself do the ticket there now so i really it's encouraging me to hear you say that you're now doing that and you. I'm doing it and doing it and the house is actually better. It's noticeably better but you think oh absolutely yeah yeah and i concentrate hard on the visible areas like a for entrance the which is right off the front entrance <hes>. In the kitchen all those things you can see from the front door. And so i make sure to do those and i do those by doing the ticket there now. Yes was rooms for sure. So that's been that's been really really key. I don't make piles there. But where do you make. Pals is like you know in the unseen. Eric basement plus that i have the excuse for. I don't want to claim three sets of stairs right now a serious. Yeah

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"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

". All right. . Let's talk about learning from gardening. . I'm not talking about actual gardening. . You know when I picture gardening, , I picture my mom who is the Garden Club Queen. . Like I think if they have a queens, , she's actual Queen I mean that's that's what she did she basically that was her. . Empty Nest what she turned her focus toward. . And she is has always been. . She grew up her dad was a farmer. . And so she loves outdoors she's always put a lot of effort and time into the yard. . That's not me. . So knowing anything about plants. . That's not me knowing what I'm doing that's not me. . I basically have just been trying to recover my yard. . From pretty much not doing anything to it for like fourteen years so. . There you go. . I'm not at this as someone to tell you how to garden. . I'm just telling you. . This is what I've been doing to try to recover from fourteen years of basically ignoring my yard now when I say that. . We know we have. . Nice grass. . We did put out grass at one point, , but the the woman who had the house before. . Loved reminds me of my mom you know she loved. . Working in the yard, , and so she spend time every single day going around and watering everything. . So there were tons of plants and small trees and all these types of things that needed to be maintained but I didn't understand they needed to be maintained. . Do you see what I'm saying I just thought Oh that's nice and then over the course of fourteen years of me pretty much ignoring those things they grew into their own jungles basically. . So thought of that. was . on the side of the House and we had taken out some things in the front yard. My . husband would get frustrated and he would chop things down and you know try to deal with it and we so it's not like it was a complete and total jungle, , but it wasn't maintains like it wasn't Nice at all okay <hes> and he is great about mowing the yard not. . I. . Don't. . I don't want you to think that I'm bashing anything and I. . Were talking about gender roles and inside outside and Blah. . Blah Blah and whatever no I mean it it basically. . Both of us has all vision about our flowerbeds and stuff like that. . That were completely overgrown and all that kind of stuff. . So <hes>. . Like I said, I , decided to start working on it. . So what I'm doing here is I'm just GonNa, , tell you what I've done and what I've learned because here's the thing. . I. . have. . Watched my mother forever work in the Yard K. as a child she would spend time out there. . You know going over, she , would walk me around her yard in and show me things and I'd be like <hes> great okay. . <hes> but at the same time for me I didn't care enough to actually retain the information do saying so i. . Just kind of went out there and I said, , what is it that I need to do in these? ? flowerbeds and I said well, , there are. . Leaves in the flowerbeds like we've. . breaked leaves from the yard but there's just a build up of leaves in the and the flowerbeds. . And so I was like, , okay. . I'm going to start by getting the leaves out you guys. . That is the same as trash in the decluttering process okay. . It was the most obvious. . Wasn't supposed to be there needed to be removed. . And gotten rid of Steph. . Okay. . So I went through and I literally would go three feet by three feet. . I would basically just go outside again this was back in March in April when it wasn't hot yet and I would say I'm just going to kind of go as long as I can go I would just work. . Some days, it , would be twenty minutes some days it would be two hours, , but I would just do as much as I could do, , and my whole goal was just to get across the front of the yard getting the <hes>, , the leaves taking care of. . Okay. . Now, , how does this relate to maintenance? ? Well? ? Let's talk about this idea of maintenance and let's talk about why it is a real trip for so many people like us. . Okay I've taught before. . A lot about how I have a project brain if I have a project brain. . then. . By reality is that I view things as. . Tasks as having a beginning a middle and an end. . So I look at my house. . Use to look at my house still do 'cause you know that's just where my brain goes, , but I would look at it and think. . I need to get my house cleaned up and the word maintenance didn't fit into that because I thought that was what came after

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"But I know there's more than a need like and that's the other thing too about keeping stuff in different places but if it's where you're going to use it like sometimes during the front I will grab it from the desk but would be okay to walk three more stops. Mo- not three more but a few more steps and get it from the other room. I don't know together. I think it's perfectly fine to have it. You know to to keep post it notes in the multiple places where US post it note. It really all comes down to the container concept. You know so that even if it's just this little basket on your bedside table or it's this little space next to the phone. Although do we have sounds like that anymore? I guess but you know. It's this little space in the kitchen or wherever it is that you have it even if it's not necessarily a basket it's that define space and so it becomes this you know and you think of the clutter threshold to of okay. At what point have I stacked enough post? It notes that I knocked them on a regular. You know what I mean. It's it's that definition of clutter being anything that consistently gets out of control as long as it's staying under control and it's not taking up space that something else needs then. Sure you can keep them but there does come a point because I know for me. You know post it. Notes are not necessarily the thing for me but they are an example of one of the things that that when I think I use those I need those and I start picking them up every time I'm in an office style and all of a sudden I realized but that's that's the beauty of having the spaces designated 'cause you bring him home you go to put it in you're like okay. This one's full. You go to the other one. Oh this one's full and then okay then. I have to get rid of that stack of posted notes. That was off brand. Didn't actually you know Or whatever it so. It's that same concept of leading the container decide and maybe it is a matter of getting some sort of an actual post it note holder so that it doesn't morph into a pile and become something that triggers in your brame. Oh that's full. I don't need anymore. I can't buying out definitely I think with me to Added to that is still have some. I guess what I would call. They were useful at the time. Sir have a bunch of plastic to. I don't know what you call them. People use them in their craft rooms and stuff where you pull out the drawers and it helps you stop in. They're nice but they're ideally I would like to it down rather just have my desk a dressers and that kind of stuff in that situation. I guess helped me organized stuff that I had but I'd like to continue to get down and get rid of those especially with their out with being out in the open if I had more room in the storage closet. may go in there and help organise stuff in there and that way. They're not out. I mean they're not hideous but I would like to get to. This is not what you want out. Yes yes yes. Well that can be a matter of if you want those things if you need those things and you've declared them so you really do only have what you need and maybe you can get rid of one or two by doing that. Consolidating and it down and then saying okay. Well then this goes in the storage closet storage closet and you say. I need to make room for this storage closets a container. What in here could easily get rid of to make room for these things that I want out of the normal based on my home and put them in there that make sense yes absolutely in fact that made me think of my pantry move which again your voices minimum head on that. So when again in their rip everything out and reorganize it and I will some day but I haven't had time and so if I would've done that before I knew about you. I would have taken everything out and then created this big mess and it taken me forever so now I just pull enough stuff out to get what I need to get in there and then I go on with my day and shut the door and doing that. On a regular basis with all those little teeny bits of time and energy and consciousness and all that means that when you do the big pantry clean out. It's not quite as overwhelming as it was. You're still gonNA find things that you're like. How in

"clean" Discussed on Clean Water Made Easy Podcast

Clean Water Made Easy Podcast

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"clean" Discussed on Clean Water Made Easy Podcast

"Not usually health risks at concentrations founding household water but indeed it can be very toxic that higher levels usually the gas can be detected long before it reaches harmful concentrations but at higher concentration is available employs while these concentrations they're not common if the gases are released on a confined find area they can cause nausea illness in in extreme cases that you know there was a reminds me of some years ago we're working on a project down in a royal saco monterey county were were based in northern california say a small community and they had her had a new welcoming online horrific hydrogen sulfide is really hard from stephen analyzed for but in the end we figured somewhere between eighty and a hundred parts per million formally you have to do for five million it's so bad you can take it but this was so bad when the first in storage think when the floats which in storage thing turn the well on this cloud of hires and gas sulfide guess came out and just gave us extreme headaches we had a run for it so it can get bad now that was a tricky system in deal but then we did end up six and a foreign but anyway hydrogen sulfide dissolved new water can crowed road plummy metals such as iron steal copper brass so you times you'll see corrosion a the corrosion of iron and steel forms fair sulfide are blackwater so sometimes folks will see along with harden sulfide you'll see blackwater could be furman guineas which is another thing causes a water the term black early black stains but oftentimes you get a little bit higher in the water with her and so finally get that fair sulfide seeking black where's it coming from well iron back tyrian sulfur bacteria president groundwater the most common way comes out these factories hired and solver as energy source kimmel chemically changes the sulfates to produce hurting sulfide these bacteria you sulfur available from teen plants rocks and soil and often thriving in iron rich environment so that's why a lot of times folks have hire any water rescue are an art himself i do harmless nontoxic victoria normally exist in oxygen deficient environment stitches deep wells are plumbing systems hydrogen sulfide gas may also there'll be present in wells drilled in shailer sandstone you're coal pete the posits or an oilfield it's a big problem for the coal industry they used to dealing with that biden sulfide is normally found in wells you can also enter surface water to springs where it quickly escapes me atmosphere often water heaters can become a source arkansas fide it's a matter of fact a mini folks have run into just on their hot water and a lot of folks even in city where there's a very low korean residual they will have problems with their 'em magnesium animal rods and that's what's caused by an interaction with an override in in sulfate fate in the water and it gives off this hardened sulfide gas other causes of voter in the water especially when it's cucumber order or seward daughter are sometimes people say it's fuel oil order these could be from burner manganese again with different types of bacteria deter metabolize ing be earning manganese along with sulfate create these weird orders a lot there's always a chance that septic tank says well are actual real contamination in other words there is it smells like fuel oil because it is deal so that's possibilities pretty rare but how do you basically will way you go about this first is you need to do a water analysis it's very important even if you know you just got her sulfide it's good to know what the ph of the water as you know if there is any iron man guineas and just do a basic general mineral analysis anson's good idea once a year we're happy well tested for coliform bacteria that's a good time doing just so you know going in hey i got called form as well as or i don't have call for voter so there's different things is far as what type of treatment you decided to excuse fulton know going in what base water chemistry is okay what do well the first thing they do after you get the water tester while you're getting water tested is is to do a toilet tank inspection this is an episode for basically do a physical inspection of you're while you're pipes an ear full i think it's very easy to do and it's very useful one thing a lot of times it's hard to know where is the odor coming from i mean you just assume yeah it's coming from my well i've got a well but you may not be you might you could run the water outside say from who's been are faucet outside you can or if there's some way to get water right from the well before it goes in the house sometimes possible sometimes not but if you have that set up you wanna run the cold well water and just make sure you're getting water right from the well and put it in a five gallon bucket and just give it a smell you been living there for a while and you think you might have gotten used to the sulfur smell which is very common then you might wanna have someone else do it like friend maybe you're favorite brotherinlaw whatever just have someone else come over and give it a smell caesar odor coming from the well but usually you and you can tell so then you could compare that to the water heater order is their water is the hot water having odor and then we we often and it can happen where 'em folks will have no water in the while new order in a hot water downstairs but odor in wonder more taps upstairs or for instance in some bathroom a usually that's not used very much and that's the key so these 'em bacteria the then the then the whole chemical process it creates a hard sell find gas it takes time usually it works better if the waters undisturbed soak the sitting there and there's they biofilm of bacteria in the pipes you lose and grows on the sulfate metabolize this is sulfate in iron ore in are manganese and then it as a as a loose and grows and dies it gives off hydrogen sulfide gas so that's why a lot of times folks will go to a lake house or a or a weekend home and the first thing he turned on the water smells horrible and then after they run the water while it's fine that's because this be a bacteria have had a chance to do their job and create this terrible voter so so basically the water and our first look in the toilet tank see what it looks like is a clean is a black is there sentimen it just kind of give you a good idea 'cause like i discussed in this episode for be toilet tank is a good representation of what's happening which you're cold water i mean nobody ever cleans the toilet flush staked hardly so it's a good way look in there and say yeah i see what's going on here maybe there's nothing going on or maybe you could see the waters his bobbly black that's signed you might have higher sulfur bacteria along with this order problem okay so the next step is how do i lemonade yoder's well owners are best eliminated by first supplying oxidizer what isn't oxidizer so corrine hydrogen peroxide ozone or air dogs engineer they're all oxidizer in most cases he says a usually you apply the oxidizer and then you run into a filter of some kind and we'll talk about that in a minute there's many different ways do it but that's the most just in general that's the best way to now a lot of folks will say well hey i've got my fridge a carbon filter on my refrigerator ice maker and water on the door and the water smells terrible coming out of my kitchen faucet but out of their frigerator it's fine so i'm gonna get a carbon filter and actually it does make sense and in fact carbon will remove d a hardened sulfide but it doesn't last very long and so if you were to put whole house carbon filter 'em on your house in order to get a big enough one win restrictor fluoride you need say half cubic floater cubic foot of carbon and literally sometimes that can last a month two or three or four months are definitely less than a year and all of a sudden you gotta dump out the carbon and start over or if you get a cartridge filter you might have to change that literally every month herbie two three weeks give very expensive the other problem is with carbon is especially in a cartridge is that there probably is some bacteria in water i mean the wild water is not sterile even if it doesn't have called for a minute and so you get this header trophy bacteria growing and breathing in the carbon and it can give off slime and then you get pressure lost their house so cut back on water pressure and it's not very healthy there if you get a bit carbon breeding bacteria sent the best so generally we don't recommend carbon cartridges for the whole house exception could be if you do have a weekend home or lake house or somebody he's rarely you could just pop in cartridge when you're there that's one possibility easy in its low cost but it's not the best way to okay the for popular and relatively low causeways at least three of them are low cost way eliminate odor is aeration airing in the water with hair or oxygen but basically aeration then coronation or arjun peroxide or ozone gas so aeration is a very well established in very popular method to eliminate odor from water near three main ways it's typical for residential obligations one way is you have they been touring so in the weld turns on this thing in the pipe there's a pressure drop through this venturi in its suck thin air so that so you're introducing air into the water beverage of tory not the best way they do it we used to those couple you know decades ago more popular than now because they were pretty reliable but the problem with it is is that they do caused pressure loss and so on the air injectors in line air injectors are not the best waited 'em another way to do it is literally 'em irritate the water into a storage thing that's really good way to do it although then you've got a biased storage tank and you need another booster pumping pressure tank come into the house so but you can irritate the water spray the water into a storage tank and oftentimes if the odors just slightly bad and you have a big enough storage tank say at least five hundred gallons ends up to several three five thousand gallons in oftentimes that's all you need some is you don't even need a filter theaters very slight but theater.

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"clean" Discussed on Clean Water Made Easy Podcast

Clean Water Made Easy Podcast

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"clean" Discussed on Clean Water Made Easy Podcast

"You're listening to the clean water made easy podcast episode number six hello thanks again for tuning into the clean water made easy podcast jerry open a water treatment contractor in the bq is certified master water specialist help you having a great day wherever you're listening to this podcast series is here to help you learn all about well water her while water treatment systems how else work and how to improve the quality of you're well walk in today's episode we're gonna cover the basics on how to eliminate hooters in while water particularly rotten egg order a i hydrogen sulfide you know i wrote a book some time ago called the definitive guide to well water treatment in one section that book how to remove orders in well water is also available as a separate guide and that's actually are most downloaded guide i've ever done very popular it's very useful in for listeners of this podcast i'm offering free if you'd like to get you're guide then you have to do is text the word odor guide to four four two two two or go to clean water store dot com slash podcast and you can find it there but if you're on mobile is convenient for you if you're under cell phone then just text the word all one word voter guide that's code d r g you idea he ordered guide in text that word to four four to two to an will get that going for you so this episode work and uncover what is the cause of the order in my well water what's the best way to eliminate odor without spending a lot of money what types of filters her systems were out there to treat orders in also go over hiking rental test at home and see would approach woodwork to eliminate field is near water without having spent any money so most common order we run into is rotten egg voter this is hydrogen sulfide gas the gas and water has a very distinctive rotten egg donor and it may be especially in those bowman running hot water but it's it is if you can find it in the cold and hot it's kind of water discolors coffee tea she and other beverages in it alters parents and taste of cook foods it's really a nuisance it's.

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

07:29 min | 3 years ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"Again, that's promo code clean. Okay. We're going to go back to those assumptions that I I had okay? The assumptions about things being easier for other people versus me. Okay. Now, did I already say that these questions didn't necessarily ask about, you know, why is this easy for other people? Not for me. I it. They were just asking me for a solution knowing that because we have similar brain types. Maybe the same solutions would work for me. Okay. And this is what got me thinking about this concept of easy. So anyway, my assumption is that I'm doing the same thing as everybody else. They just think it's easy. Here's here's one reality. Check on that is they don't think it's easy. No one likes cleaning up. I mean. Yes. There are a few weirdos. But being weird is good. I embrace it on this end of things, and I'm happy for them to embrace it on their end of things. But. In general, people don't like cleaning up. It's just reality. They just don't know that it's an option to not do it. So they do it before. It's big an overwhelming. We know it's an option to not do it. So we wait until it's big an overwhelming. Okay. So it's not that doing the dishes is easy for them and not easy for us. But it's that they don't know. What's an option to not do the dish? It's totally an option young. We know that. Right. Most of us listening here if you're new I'm sorry that you didn't know what you're getting into anyway. But I have had to learn that. While technically it's an option to not do the dishes. It's not an option if I don't want them to be overwhelming and feel so incredibly difficult later. Does that make sense nobody likes doing the dishes? But if I will do them every some people like it, I know, but in general, I'm gonna make these blanket statements because that's how I do things. That's how I talk. You know, my mom was always like Dana. Stop saying always never you say it all the time and cannot be true about every single thing that you said about anyway, but. Nobody likes doing the dishes. But when I do them every day. It's not overwhelming because it's only one day's worth of dishes. That's dishes. Math one day's worth of dishes is ten to fifteen minutes to days worth of dishes is an hour. It's not thirty minutes. It's not double yesterday. It's the shifting in the moving and the doing this. And then getting those out of the way and then doing the next one's it. That's how it is. And then if I wait three days to do the dishes, it's hours. Okay. So. Dishes. Math is real. So it's not necessarily easy versus difficult. It's all work. But it's doing it. Now when it's in a small increment as opposed to waiting and putting it off until it's overwhelming. And then that's where I feel like this is a hard. It's because I'm overwhelmed. Okay. So nobody likes cleaning up. They just don't know. It's an option to do it. So they to not do it. So they do it before. It's big overwhelming. Got it. Okay. You know, again with that assumption that I'm doing the same thing as everyone else, but they think it's easy. But if I have too much stuff if I have more than could ever possibly fit in the amount of space that I have to give something I'm not doing the same thing as everyone else. Okay. I know this is so duh. But this is also it's it's a legitimate thing. It was my problem. It was my number one clutter problem that I didn't understand that. I simply had more stuff than would ever be able to. Legitimately standard control in my home with my unique personality. Okay. So. It's harder for me because I have too much stuff. I have more stuff than I can personally handle with my unique personal clutter threshold. But I also have just simply more stuff than will fit in the space that I have for it. So even though it seems like, oh, it's so easy for them to put things away. It so hard for me to put things away. The actual difference is I had way too much stuff. Okay. So decluttering it down to the point where when I put it away. It's like, oh, well that wasn't that hard because there was actually room for everything. All right. You know? And then I'm going to talk about the assumption that life is easier for other people than it is for me. It isn't it isn't all lives are different. But we all have a lot of the same things. We all have to do the dishes. Okay. We all have different challenges. You know, what's the thing? People say about you just never know what somebody else is going through you legitimately. Don't we don't know what other people are either prioritizing or struggling with or whatever. And so it never helps when I'm looking at their house and comparing what I know for sure about my house to what I assume about their house and their lives, you know. So it it. It's just never helpful to go there to think. Well, it's easier for them. They just don't have as many life challenges as I do that doesn't help it. Just simply flat out doesn't help to do that. Okay. Here's one of the keys though, for an actual implementable thing don't make life harder than it needs to be, you know, where and that's me going where am I making things more difficult than they actually need to be one thing that makes life harder is having more than we'll actually fit in my house. You know? It's really hard. It's it's harder. If you have a tub for dress up clothes and to clean up dress up clothes you have to. Put them in the tub. Push down with all of your might to fit more in the tab. If you have a lid, sit on the lid to get it to close, and then hold your breath, hoping that it's not gonna pop open and knowing that five minutes after you leave the room, it is going to pop open because there's simply more than will fit in there. That is making things harder than that needs to be. Does it make sense? So maybe their life in their home is easier and most likely, you know, we're talking about clutter issues because they have less stuff in it. Okay.

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"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"clean" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"Slob comes clean dot com. That's where I share my personal diesel affiliation process as I figure out ways to keep my own home under control. I share the trees about cleaning and organizing strategies that actually work in real life for real people who don't like cleaning and organizing thanks for joining me today and happy new year. It's the new year. I mean, at least for those of us who use this counter. But I mean anyway, it was like the you're twenty five forty two. I think when I lived in Thailand, although technically, yes, they would also use the western calendars year as well. But welcome if you're new here, I tend to ramble sorry about that. Anyway, I am this is podcast number one Ninety-six, and I'm calling it the worst decluttering strategy ever. And before you think I'm not going to listen to a podcast about a bad declutter? Strategy eliminates tell you that letting go of this being the way that things were supposed to be done is actually what has made the biggest difference for me and actually making decluttering progress if you've been around a while, you know, what I'm talking about. But hopefully, they'll have some new things to say or a different way to say it or whatever, but it is podcast number one Ninety-six. So I've been talking about this for a long time. Anyway, before I get going though, I want to remind you guys in case you haven't listened to last week's podcast yet the five day cutter shakedown is on sale right now. It's a video course, it's five videos that are only like ten to twelve minutes each. But in it, I teach you and show you visually. Exactly how my five step process works. You do not need five days devoted to be able to do it. Okay. You just need any amount of time. Anyway, and if your videos, not your thing than because internet speed or your learning style, or whatever there's also a PDF transcripts of each video and audio files..

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