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"cold group" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 3 weeks ago

"cold group" Discussed on WTOP

"A trip back from the sure points heading towards the West Bend span of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Yeah. Looking at about a 5.5 mile delay now within the delay right before Rudy Roman Cold Group we do have report of crash activity blocking the right side of the roadway. Three going westbound. No delays at Sandy Point in two lanes heading over the eastbound spam route. 31 North bound still moves slowly. Dog ran over the nice Mac Middleton Bridge into Maryland. No issues heading South Burn Capital Bellway pretty quiet in both directions in Prince George's County, Montgomery County in decent shape. 95 no problems between the two beltways minor volume delays on the South Side and the BW Parkway from the area of right around the 50 split up through the Beltway and inbound New York Avenue heading into the district After South Dakota avenues still dealing with crash activity block on the left side, no issues on the freeway volume deploys both directions at D. C to 95. Well, we're backed up roughly from the area Benning Road to Pennsylvania Avenue. No incidents reported all volume and good right in both directions on I 2 95 over in Virginia, Still a bit slow coming down on the inner loop of the capital building from the Tysons Corner area. Delays from the tall road all the way down to the American Legion Bridge. 3 95 66 traveling incident framed Things have used a bit self beyond 95. We're finding delays from Lauren over the Occoquan a better ride after dumb freeze, And then the self Tiendalli's still are a bit slower. Approaching route. 17 and Feldman fading into Fredericksburg, north founders no reprieve. Unfortunately, we're still slow through Thornburg, Fredericksburg, 17 in Falmouth. If then sell What you're north of Stafford. But we are finding northbound lanes before the Occoquan. Once you're over the bridge Traffic opens up nicely all the way currently to the Springfield interchange. Rick McClure updates is in the district Now that crash inbound New York Avenue after South Dakota Avenue totally cleared with your travel lanes open. Get a king bed for Queen Price and mattress firm and save up to $500 on top rated brands like Seeley and Sleepy Steve Dresner. W T o P Traffic, Let's go to storm team for meteorologist Mike Stanford. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue into the evening hours. Any storms that do develop could be severe, especially across.

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"cold group" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

03:03 min | 2 months ago

"cold group" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"These individuals right at half of them in fact all of them all forty six of them never heard of private money or private lending. These are all people in our warm market or expand market. There's really three categories where you get private money one category is who's on yourself on your email lists use your facebook friend your real facebook friend. I don't mean your fake facebook fan. Who's your lincoln connections that you really know. So there's your people you already have a connection we have your social groups church rotary clubs etc. Then the second category of where you find private lenders is what i call expanding your warm market like a lot of people. They'll send them me j. All my people are broke. My people ain't got no money well first of all. I don't believe him. But i say expand your warm market so i'm all the time encouraging and showing real estate investors how to express a good where the money is the more money rolling in the more sticks too so go to where the money is. The third category are existing private vendors. More money you roll in here the more money role in the more sticks to if you're not hanging i have not heard that and you've interviewed a lot of but i say go to where the money is so let's back up for a second. You say well jay okay. That's where the people are. How how do you ask for money. Had how do you get the money from them. Steve did you know in all these years since two thousand nine of funds private money. I've never asked anybody for money. I never asked anybody mozilla jay. How do you get the money. It's simple and this is all about mindset is called put. You teacher had one educate people in that. I know that. I've got some kind of association with then. Sometimes i'll speak to. What's called a cold group educator rotary club group. That's they never heard private money and they for sure never heard a self directed ira. He's that's an actionable item. Right there steve. As friends of ours would say. That's a writer downer. If you want to attract a lot of private money. The way i do he got. I have a relationship with a good self directed. Ira company and there's good ones out there that you can refer people that you're teaching that you're talking to so they can move their retirement funds over to a self directed. Ira company approved by the irs. So then they can loan money. You own deals either. Tax deferred or tax free depending on You know the top of account. So i just love starting up conversations with people one of my favorite phrases to start a conversation with someone is digital digital. I might be having lunch for somebody else. Did you know there is a legal way. Approved by the irs for you to make tax free or at least.

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"cold group" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

Spanish Aquí Presents

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"cold group" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

"Numbers rise and stuff. Ns pettus also like. You're just really proud of it. You know what i mean. It's out released into the world tomorrow. People like whole disney's i mean you know. We haven't defied his well. We're going to youtube. I tony i know you had a question but then after that i can get into some is wanted earlier. You said you're from new jersey. Where in new jersey. I lived there for a year. And i might. I think you can spend especially after a few drinks. You gotta love You do pretty. That's a pretty good took the oath already immune to derail the conversation. I stopped everything. Cold group in town called lodi northern jersey. Not many people know about it. But i like to help them located on like the misfits from there. Okay i like cute little tag with it. he'll ya yeah in in your columbia. Yes first generation family. Yes but where is your family from columbia but without yeah you're gonna be on By golly okay. A lot of whilst colombian frontier are linear ordinal. What the miami connection. Yeah suzy.

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"cold group" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:28 min | 11 months ago

"cold group" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"You know I think it's a good vibe around that Unites Tom again selling out for him You see you know like in the tour was you know just as the? Manager Shave this this group of Rod as of you know essentially leaders. Amongst the common group and while that happy to. Stay person results for each other whereas before when you sort of credit these. selective a bit of words. So super teams or whatever. Then, there's always a bit of internal friction in Iran conned of wants to me later and trust deflect the CO captains and things like that, and I think now this. No the created this for the moment very monia steam aim. So we, we have You know sort of proud of what we achieve away, and then I think that helps like Scott the boys routing for me again, let's get up and give it everything and by all accounts hitting into the welter united everybody's everyone's motivated. Excited about it and we're sending a very similar cold group goes. Well, it's it's an incredibly strong team that you're sending 'em. Start same. Again, I don't know what's the what you think into the race. I haven't thought took personally in terms of. You know didn't focusing them on bloody. Affective sometime, full them. of course promos is number one tomes also number one. A and. Then you know I, think it'd be good to give SIP Iran as well. He's still really really done well and. And it's a perfect cost for actually it's not the United Tom Child dominated although Tom Trial will be decisive one be. Everything And he doesn't mind. You know he's A bit. Cooler. So. you know good to. To say in 'em. And you know I think. I don't know if we need to do like we did in the tool where we just control of rice and so of suffocate it and. I just don't know everyone has that ended the game now for another three weeks I mean, that was one of the most Texan things you can do. And we had the power to do it, but I don't know if we have to do it twice It's just hard to know I don't know. We'll get there and we'll. We'll have to talk about it and. And figure it out and you'll see height declare shy every day will be you know we'll take it on its merits. Okay do we need control today? Will do we do we just? Take the dying or at stop at someone else can do it in bright ones by sustained minutes and they win by ten minutes and. You know there's other people that are trying to win this rice not just as so we'll. We'll see how that goes on each day. but yeah, I mean, don't mistakes were losing we from the torturing we don't have and Tony and. But we we do bring in. Yoenis the super. Good? On stays one is. Nearly. One Poland and you've got. You've got linney and pull modern. So still engine. So. United be definitely be some artists on has to do to do some of the work. In this morning two kilometer zero by the cycling podcast powered by swift the fitness up the Indo. Writing into a game explore.

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"cold group" Discussed on Escape Official

Escape Official

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on Escape Official

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"cold group" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Has not been played didn't play well, the first two days, and he's been the leader of this, this team. But I know you're you and coach fields looking for better. Thanks from Kohlhammer tomorrow. That's right. Cold group freshman one of three two freshmen in our in our five here this week. He's been tearing up all great player expecting to get it together. A little bit. Dolphins game sometimes, you know, and this course clubbing is. Really? In every way. It's really difficult. If penalizing. An incident during about a seven walk, so. Early testing. Everybody. That's a long walk in. It's about seventy yard understand. It is John Paul has course, has of course, dried add a little bit. I know there's been rain on and off for the last week. Or so, you know, they had a lot of rain last week for the women's event, and we haven't had. I wouldn't say what we're not really getting thing, maybe a little bit of much. But I think it's probably more receptive than it would have been otherwise. Great save really, really great. Johny Tyson Tyson family have this place together. They really haven't fared any expense in trying to put on the best that they can't here in Arkansas. Oh, it's been good. Do they serve a lot of fried chick several out of fried chicken in the clubhouse funny today? They had a little blackening chicken. I don't think they've gotta be fried. Fried chicken jerk chicken day. Clayton brawl chicken, chicken got their John. Paul state went wild today. There are eleven.

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"cold group" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All across America. Eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Thanks for being here. This morning. Thanks a lot. In the mid west hanging. We're thinking. Yeah. Where we at right now, twelve below in Chicago. Yeah. I haven't I haven't checked in a while the last I think I had was last ahead was Fargo minus twenty nine degrees now in Fargo. Expect it to be. It's supposed to get to minus thirty two. Oh, look at that. Wow. Even more. Bye, bye, six AM and Fargo minus thirty five degrees below zero. Seven mile an hour wind. That will still make it go. I'm looking at now. Wow. Unbelievable. You know, what the high supposed to be in? The high is supposed to be in Fargo today. And this is three o'clock this afternoon, right? The high in Fargo minus twenty. And Chicago the high is going to be minus twelve. I got a ton of friends in Rockford and in Chicago. Hang in there. Everybody. Cold group hug..

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"cold group" Discussed on The Good Place: The Podcast

The Good Place: The Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on The Good Place: The Podcast

"John. What's good November's coming or is here in a dreamer? And I am counting on you. Guys, November will have happened by the time that this airs how do you feel about what's happening? Phil. Boy, I'm hopeful. I'm hopeful, Andrew Lowe, what's good? I'm gonna say a cold group coffee because I've been drinking at this whole time and boop at the same time every day. Did I ask you that? In a way. Okay. It's a gift. Really? Ben. What's good? All the little trigger cheaters that come to my door. What what were some highlights? What were some highlights? A lot of incredible. To a big one frozen is still around very relevant. I didn't get in good place though. I either. And I had a had a shrimp e and a senior staff pinned to give shame. I know it thi what's good? Well, mine's a little bit serious sorry in light of just like very horrific things happening in our country. I I saw an article that in the wake of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. Muslim communities have raised over two hundred thousand dollars in four days for the synagogue shooting victims, and that just sort of made me feel a little bit of like hopefulness for you know, our country, and you know, society it just made me it reminded me. What's good about America? And I feel hopeful and I feel good. It's amazing. Thank you so much. Thanks for being with us. This has.

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"cold group" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart

You Are Not So Smart

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart

"Thank you so much. I'm so pleased to hear that. I think I mean, you know, I have a boyfriend and helping very much, and I, I do site is in front of him, but the, you know, the true lumps of my life of the gophers that I've that I've collected into my life particularly throughout my twenties, and I have a cold group of friends who, unfortunately don't live geographically very close to me anymore, but whom I talked to most days, you know, on my foreign on what's up and they remind me of. The person I am and the person I want to be. And so long as I feel as though I belong in that group of people that I know I'm on the right track, and that's that's so important and makes me sure of my identity insurance. What I wanna do in this world. Mccown given a thing will powerful. Agree hint that so good. So let's before we talk about because there's a question I wanna ask you, we're going to get to. I see this all the time, especially in places like read it where loneliness is comes up. There will be people who will ask like, how do I make friends or what do I do? You know, that sort of thing. I'm we're going to get there before we get there when I don't wanna leave loneliness until we've kind of looked at it for a second because you say something in the book. I think some people may be familiar with this, but it's always shocking if never heard it. Loneliness is life threatening. What does that mean? If you could help us understand what that means? Yeah. I mean, I think one of the most fascinating parts of my research. This book has been the science of loneliness because I think we've always knowing that learning there is hot breaking and can be really difficult with God's to a mental health. But until quite recently, we haven't been paying attention to some of the research that suggests. Over the proves that it's incredibly dangerous prow physical health. So it's something they, for instance, is a very famous study from two thousand seven that happened in the stray Leo my home country, would they gathered together a group of breast cancer sufferers and essentially over the course of the study that they would not how strong each person's social network was and how much they could rely on their friends and over the course of the study that was fifty percent more likely to survive if they had a strong of social network. There are similar studies that prove that friendship can actually extend on life and loneliness can actually cut our lives, shorter, all sorts of racist. You can go into an that. I that I cover in the book. Shing heart attack, stroke, diabetes, Columbus,.

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"cold group" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"It's very humbling because I remember when I was young kid up and I met my first couple pros is a teenager, you know. Wow, that's incredible. The scout of this stuff, and I was, I'm at the broader anarchist us from Houston, and I did it show one off the teenager. He came at me backstage after I want. He talked me for twenty minutes. That's how was like I was so impressed with him because he was a class act. He's a gentleman. He was super cool. He remember while he took twenty minutes out of his Tom all the Jefferson, I wanna get pictures with him and stuff, and he's talked me for like minutes. And it's very successful businessman. Things going on. I was like, wow, that really impressed me. And so now you know, fast for twenty something years, and I've got kids that come up to me and look at me the same way I was looking at like someone like him. And so it's very humbling. I don't. You know your role model whether you want to be or not. So I sent that out a long time ago and you know, try to. Always take Tom and very appreciative of the position of you ever run into any negativity like just, you know, just like anybody said anything to you or you to think maybe the you're too big for anybody to actually say anything, but you hear like whispers like steroids or like, you know, somebody just, I don't know. Maybe just have, you know, judge near the wrong way or whatever. Man is always gonna, be negatively in the world, does a lot of negativity in the world, but I kind of very, not too much of it. Yeah, not too much of it. So guy that kills pigs with his bare hands is probably not going to run a lot of people that are going to say stuff. What's up with that? What's up with this hunting? We had John Bortolo on. We had a few others on that that are friends with you, and they said something along the lines of you mentioned, there's nothing like killing some of them with your with your bare hands. Well, yeah. So where I grew up by the way I watched I blood last night and there's that scene where Stallone. Out of the tree on the wild boar with that giant knife. I was picturing you, that's who I'm talking tomorrow. I guess if you're hungry enough, you do what you gotta do. But now it's a man it wasn't allowed to do. So I think you, you drink beer and you hunted. And so that was about it was that do man. So I kind of that's how I grew up. You know, just because that's what I was from face stone cold, Steve, Austin of you. We know what still cold group, not too far more. I grew up. I'll talk in him one time and I thought he goes from Texas, right?.

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"cold group" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

Rantin' and Ravin'

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

"He glazes backstage Brits back there. Brad Williams, just like a a group of cold group of people back did just killing Brad, Brad wife is so hot. She's gorgeous runners, red Williams. So yeah, he's a good dude. His wife's there couple of girls, so we will, you know, Tim, these ice cream combs that he so he was like ice cream. So me Bobby, Aaron, MS, Pat. And Tim, we went over to ice cream across the street is Billy Wright is the best. So let me tell you what with them. A lot to live up to. So we order ice creams. Now, mind ju- you got five comics. It's not going to be easy, but you know how and James knows more about how I, you know, I'm, I'm, I watch what restaurant, whatever have you. I'm on top of my game like I don't fuck around on play around. I don't get nasty. It's like, I'm a sit down. I'm gonna get an appetizer appetizers. Probably going to be like trip cocktail shit like that. Give me a seltzer water. I did out there doing the prep-work peeling apples. Start shopping, celery. The back already from Las Vegas. The brand of the day. All. Reason, we sell them half price. Sushi YoM, that's the show you keep waiting for your show us the Sousse trying to move up. Very offended. No heart survey evil right there. But James is a bunch of is a lot more dudes on than anything people coming and going. You know how to because we never really. That should be. Thanks. But after once we put this up, then we'll get like maybe a hundred twenty five hundred twenty five us on the heels. You got to go to the fan James and look at the heart. Don't watch it. Live have to. I will say this though. He goes very nice to strangers. So like you. So like someone if you're in a restaurant, I feel like your super sweet. Yeah, your friends, not the case, but you're strangers strangers. You know what that is so true. I was at I two rows, but under the bus I was texting Rosebud everyone else a secret names. Upset minutes to drop names. This. She was holding gone? No, but sometimes like when I'm around like until rose what I said, I'm not the, I'm, you know, I get into such a mood. I get quite like, because I can't process sometimes my motions. I'd rather not speak to you then to talk to you. 'cause it's like, then I gotta I gotta suppress feeling to like, be nice to you is sometimes just in my thing, I can't talk. So because of that, a lot of times I come off very distant and aloof. Right? And that is what people that I know because I know eventually once I'm over this, I'm gonna talk to you my friend so I have a plenty meditate life for granted, but I've pretty of opportunities unless got this happen, but I've played opportunities to talk to my friends. You don't get those kind of things with strangers. So I then I try to be, but I was texting Rosebud. I said, you know, with something back of green, you know, I'm not that. You know, I'm like. Upfront, but you know, at the back end like I love you people bla. She was like Tony way shepherd, but that wasn't be thrown on the bus. I was saying on texted insurance will saying sugar in the ice cream play Cheyenne shut the rosebush catch Rosebud feels Obama. She can't not doing well chickens the chickens not doing what. So keep y'all..

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"cold group" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on THEMOVE

"Two zero. The move sent right to your house, and you can also JV points out all the time because I think he does this. These kinds of things is you can set it up for renewal, so just keep coming and coming and coming. You don't even have to think about it. You're not going to wake up one morning. Without any coffee, cold group of those who do two zero, the move Amazon. All right. So I lie per sheet. Your honesty that you were more engaged with the open this morning. It really frustrates George. I mean, we. Because we have to go back and forth. And so when they cut to commercial on NBC, then I send it to the open and watch Goff and he's just he was getting so frustrated now you wouldn't be doing that. If it was more of a sick, I shouldn't say significant. A pivotal stage was Wednesday's stage. The owner. Dynamic stage, of course, would never switch right now. We take our jobs seriously here at the move, but it was just it was one of the stages you call it. It was going to be a breakaway type event, and George can break down what had happened in particular when that seven-man break becomes a three man break while. I mean, I think I think it was a touch upon just looking. If you look at the profile today, you think until the end, it's kind of an insignificant profile. The riders are nothing in that. I mean, you're starting from the start up at one to two kilometer, seventy percent grade straight down up at three, three kilometer, six percent grade down in backup. Again. I mean, that is about as hard as it can possibly get to start like that of the tour de France, as as you saw the break was twenty nine guys, but there's a lot more than that trying to make the breakway. The directors are yelling in everybody's ear that has not wanna stays you better be in that breakaway, and there's a lot of pressure at this point. If you have a question. These teams that are desperate. So desperate desperate to get in the breakway in the guys are having control. So it's really, really that I fifty kilometers today must have been brutally hard. I we read or we saw the TJ was trying to be very aggressive trying to get into breakway, which I hope bodes well for the Pyrenees days. Maybe he'll make a break and hopefully win a stage. But what I was saying before about the end, you know these guys twenty nine guys in the break it whittled down to about, I'd say what ten is eight to ten guys in the last twenty k. after the category one climb. So just think about all the work they put in the last seven k. becomes a chess match. You had about six gay, six k, three guys peeled off, and there's four guys staring at each other's guys. Bit of a lottery, I mean, oh, total out. It's not a lottery to be there. But at that point at that time, if you just have to kind of get lucky that you you're in the move that sticks, and they had three guys that will get went away had they each had a teammate in that group of four or five behind. So obviously those teammates are not going to do anything. So think there's only two guys in that group that didn't have teammates, and they're not going to put on the line, the chase them down because they know they're going to get attacked. So they're a lottery and you know those guys won the won the lottery. Obviously, they, they worked hard to be in that breakway. But those last twenty kilometers is is the just came in and just become a super stressful. And you know, they got lucky to get away from that group. So it fits small break like that. Seven eight guys in their organized working together. I mean, what are the teammates saying to each other? They're like, you'd probably communicating on how they feel when to go. When you're gonna go, I'll stay. You go, are you fresh or what did they say to each other? And the directors are in their in their ears. Well, and their directors are obviously saying there was a. Meridia guy in there. There was a truck second veteran Astana and they both had teammates though hours. Then you can't let one or the other go without us. So they were marketing and they just they went away perfectly..

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"cold group" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"End actually does believe in personal responsibility yeah at least and taking responsibility for your own actions and you can be on the left is still believe in taking responsibility for your own actions but it seems like so much of the left is dumped out of that and you're seeing that increasingly on the right to writhing that a lot of president trump's appeal during the during the actual election cycle him saying i'm gonna come in and solve all your problems and my own expense of your own damn problem the only way you're going to get better is if you solve your own problems because they're very few people who've had their problem solve for them who actually are able to have a successful life in the aftermath of having all the problems for them yeah no very good point yeah you know why are we all considered conservatives i mean jordan peterson is an interesting example too because as much as he calls himself a classic liberal you know people have a hard time deciphering what that is they don't even bother looking it up and he is more so than i think anybody in that cold group is getting attacked oh he's getting his words are getting taken out of context is positions are getting distorted even in debates that the during the month cathy newman goodness those amazing did you read the new york times profile on on jordan i read on a little bit of it but it was that piece was so astonishing that my favorite part of that piece is there was a part of that piece where they suggest that jordan peterson is in favor of what he called enforcement alchemy today suggestion was that jordan actually wants to shackle women to men and it's like you do like use google it's it's an anthropological term is talking about the difference between biological monogamy and socially constructed monogamy that's how he's talking about but the left is so out to destroy him that they're willing to take him out of context at any level it's just nuts well his also willing to engage with people and discuss things that he's talking to reporters that are looking to get him and he's openly discussing intellectual ideas and and and puzzles like how do you fix i don't know maybe it's enforcement agami like this is not this is like a weird way of engage.

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"cold group" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Germany south korea and italy sleigh sweden many cold group of death group dilemma i think you say hold on is your call us oh fantastic fantastic jen i do them man i really really do he's known as tactically obsess on developing three different game plans for the three different teams over you preparing to take three teams with mexico strength nah i think if you look at him very closely and now we works and how he goes about his trade i'm one hundred percents sure that that the changes won't be much but the technical adjustment will be there and i know he's being beat the plaza will be analyze korea to two thousand two world for example i don't know how you did it but he spoke to ex managers and he he really goes into detail and i know that he has a clear idea how to start a world cup against your many which is somewhat of a decent opponent and then you go to belly with what i have will just more physical and baker he's got a stall with you now for sure did the yeast soul detailed and he saw he's so clear on who he plays why plays and which players for him can make a difference in certain positions which i think you really need to appreciate fully fascinating something other like we're going to throw out the best eleven play as we have against the world i have an idea.

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"cold group" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"That was really fascinating thank you that was rebecca douglas she produces a podcast cold group about mental health is distributed through a cast miss your radio was also veils podcast you can subscribe download our shows on your phone and listen anytime new shows are available every friday on apple podcast issur tune in google play it spotify right now by cohost ceremony tonight we'll take some of your calls sarah of course is the star of sara's weeknight meals public television also author of the book home cooking one on one sarah are you ready you bet welcome to most your radio who's calling this is candice i'm calling from brainerd minnesota how can we help you i have a dilemma i have one of those monthly old recipes from grandmother that's very sketchy okay and i have a significant other who would really really really like for me to make a rhubarb cream pie with a caramelized crust it's my understanding that instead of your basic flaky pie crust which is what i'm accustomed to making it's got a thicker chewy texture call caramelized because has a lot of sugar in the crust you think yeah that's that's what i would guess the closest i can figure is take a pre made pie crust and poke holes in it and allow the shipper in you know to my understanding caramelized crusted it happens accidentally sounds yummy.

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"cold group" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"We all remember when that compound went up in flames but before those flames the negotiators trying to get the children out tonight here the audio and one of those children all these years later on what it was like leaving her mother behind dozens of federal agents surrounding the headquarters of a religious cult a worst blow the atf has ever stuff for at least four federal agents in a member of a cold group are dead that infamous deadly raid that led to a fifty one day standoff the pranced davidian compound in waco texas as proclaimed himself the second coming of jesus christ and he's very well armed this time around the man of course is david koresh karesh barricaded inside with his followers they were heavily armed and had a plan many filthy and fear into us the name of the low it's all part of the apocalyptic theory that gives himself vatian they're gonna they're gonna try to make you kill them inside there were more than thirty women and dozens of children and the audio the negotiators trying to convince them that the children should be freed are your children art innocence aar wanna to keep them in there look at what is the purpose for that hey none of your business huge you people are so arrogant plo prowled and so foolish of course the main focus was on the children negotiators convinced karesh to release some of the children who got six children out the first day he says he will release more children to buy two it's a total of ten children have been released from the compound to win vega was just six years old her mother still in the compound hostile local girl.

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"cold group" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"cold group" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"The mrs mostly radio for acts on your host christopher kimbell bassima botero is an italian restaurant sure he's also chefpatron of austria french has gone up this is a three michelin star restaurant based in montana his latest book is called bread its golden documents the recipes created it refah torio ambrosiano's this is his soup kitchen he founded in the lawn in 2015 along with many of the top chefs in the world came together to transform food waste into a threestar dining experience the pope said that legal and we give light to the periphery and perry ferry is very important for me as the food waste these peripheral food as that the people we are feeding the periphery of humanity before we check with miss cmo i have reporter rebecca lead douglas here who recently investigated a very strange food disorder it's called rv a are fid people with his condition find most food so frightening a repulsive that they live in a very highly restrictive diet rebecca originally reported of this phenomenon on her podcast cold group distributed by a cast rebecca how are you i'm i'm pretty good hurry across so you did a story on our fit yes avoid didn't restrictive food intake disorder can you tell me what that is sure yeah it's the disorder which was actually just added to the most recent dsm the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders and it's a eating disorder but it has nothing to do with body image which is different than you know some of the other eating disorders that we usually think about bike anorexia and bulimia and a lot of people who have are fed will only eat like a handful.

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