20 Burst results for "Corrie"

"corrie" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

08:49 min | 2 months ago

"corrie" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Going on gentleman. Everybody doing man. You know what time it is. The main event or wars eleven watertown wisconsin. The hometown of mr markets robert johnson. He's taken on our very own. Co you frank. Pound for pound caller. What you will. You can't deny what's going on gentlemen. Let's do what we do. One thing i'll say my hometown madison some about thirty minutes away from watertown. There you go from madison but for this rep in watertown wisconsin invade corey man. How are you man coming. Fresh off the nationals man. How you feeling Good afternoon everybody. I have full to i hear from the outset. A national having him. We f- may i join Fortunately i didn't get the win. Like i wanted to awesome As time being dealt with the as best amateur in this in this country man and he knows it showed me a lie. You know a lot about myself it. It showed me who asked him need to work on. You know so i'm rebuilding. I actually decided to build another national digital digital in december But this time we're going to go. We're gonna do it right now. We go down and one thirty eight you know while longer you know the lightweight division. And you know we're gonna stay discipline on a diet and it's gonna be a whole life. No power bill. Different you know. Speed you know lint been able to control the fight more and i feel like my energy. My gas tank is way better at you. Know at the lower. Another dan you know tacking on extra muscling up. So if you're gonna be going down to one thirty eight one thirty eight. It is this fight with marcus. Is one flight at seven okay. Then i'm i'm i'm on. I'm at that right now. I'm probably thirty pound three a two to three pounds from one to seven right now. See i you walk around. You know one fifty three fifty four in most at a healthy way At a healthy time So couldn't wait for you. Know there's dumb blonde up again ten pounds a day. You know making that way. They rehydrate on a light. Sixty five you know the time of the fight Kinda you know just that leaning on the inside fighting That an edgy. Kind of sane. Not on drag bone to me Late on in the fight you know that the guy has great awesome bodywork man he did. He know i will say just I didn't see your fight. And i mean to cut you off but when you As you go down make sure you work on your footwork. Ause you're gonna run into those spiders every way class that lien on you. Try to bully you especially the amateur tournaments that they they all out there just turning you know you know just turn it on Of the inside. Feel like the lighter guys it. It doesn't drain you as much when they put their way. Don't you know that. I had a length advantage in the size event. I'll be. I'd be the rehydrate enough ten so francis. Did you have any particular way you wanted to do this. So we just going to ask them questions. Because i really wanna go man. I was gonna say 'cause. I got a bunch that i wanna. I wanna start to get those rotten would flown between them with it. Well i mean for corey. I wanna acts. I mean why. Take on this fight. I mean this guy's got you know over seventy amateur fights and marcus just for the for the viewing audience and those that are listen on playback amateur background and any other fights that you might have taken. Because i know you've done street beef. And i see on may first you. You're doing a whole totally different league. So you're definitely staying active. Yeah so i've been. I'm thirty years old now. And i've been back in about ten years. And i got about seventy five amateur fights in those ten years and honestly in the beginning when i was learning. I wasn't taking it quite seriously as seriously i needed to know. I wasn't really trained in the right way. And i didn't listen to mark coaches. So out of those seventy five five seventy five i got. I probably lost like half of them a lot of decisions and straight up so it's You know if they say if failure is learning then you know. I ain't got a whole lot much more to learn here. I'd say the last one start in two thousand and six. When i started taking it seriously. Start listening to my coaches. And that's when i got my first Golden gloves title at one hundred sixty five pounds and then I thought troy is the first round. I went on to nationals. Lost that fight But after that i kept going to nationals just kept trying to perfect and working and i wanna stay championship with a twenty nineteen because there were a couple of years offer. The state tournament was kind of funky. So point one thousand nine hundred and one fifty two and then that's that's been my home for amateur boxing. Ever since then. That's where i've been most dominant and yeah i. I thought all sorts of people all over this country khalil mosey obviously martinez. Just pomeroy. i've i've been around. You know i've had my fair. Share is losses julian smith. I bought him three times. First time i saw him he was on twenty. Six knockout with streets. Drive me twice in the two. I had stopped me. And i had to get my third one. The picture at least got some pride back you know. And that's just my little journey yet. i got during the pandemic last year. I got pretty depressed with everything and there was no boxing and life just wasn't fun as it wasn't for many people and me being depressed on the couch is getting fat. I got up to like one. Eighty biggest. I ever been and november. I started. I started realizing i gotta do something more. I'm a army. Eat myself. And i started just training star. Get my diorite january. I how smoking weed on drink Party on do nothing. All i do is train I was working trying to build my future. And so i started going to st beef and biting at the pow pow yard Having fun out there just trying to keep myself active trying to build up any any type of status. I can moving forward. And now it's not three piece pound for pound 'cause we separated from st bees. But that's pretty much where i am at now. My friend kevin gardening a lot of water down. Hooked me up with adrian out there and he put me in contact with you guys so i just look at. This is a good opportunity to get some more work and maybe find another home in boxing in the black community. And just show what i can do out here. Have you ever thought of going pro. I mean with so many amateur fights. You're still young enough to at least you know. Get a couple of local fights. Is it hard to get Know professional fights in wisconsin. It really isn't and i'd say early on you know my team and myself. I always knew i didn't. I didn't take it seriously enough to to work hard. You know especially being pro. You don't wanna come into no match bay in the bay size and again whooped on so if you're going to be the be you'd better be in shape and you better be really prepared for that match. And that's kind of where i wasn't at and always loved boxing. I was telling myself. I wanna be boxing when i'm sixty if i can when i'm seventy so amateurs kind of the best route to do that. It wasn't until really now that i started thinking about a professional career and stuff you know. I'm trying to buy a house with my wife and there's just a lot more things and now that i'm now that i'm fully committed in. I stayed in top shape Prose seems a little more reasonable now. And so it's i'm just i'm just the thing play out and we'll see what happens. You know for sure for sure. I would love to see what happens. You know There's room and lanes for everyone but corey. You laughed out loud. When he said half his vice we're losses were suffered that wh- how do you think that that something i mean. He did fight ahmad declaration amateur. I mean boy spit out at least half a dozen or more names that we know that are doing.

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"corrie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"corrie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Would love to see what the simulation would pay anyway. Without further ado, we'll hear more about Alabama in the closing bell. Another day is in the books and we're taking stock of the sports world. It's time to find out who's up and who's down. Let's end the day right and hit the closing bell on Lee on this Zach Gilbert show. Good tweet from Corrie, He said. If you're in Houston like I am the song we're singing right now is hit the road, Jack and never come back. No more. No more. No more normal. As I was saying, No, no, no. Not not Nana. Hey, goodbye. Give Cory a stock up because he is correct. It should be hit the road, Jack. Jack Easterby. Get on out of town. Hit the road, Jack. That's good. Play on words. Nice job, Korey. Oh, All right. Nick Saving won't go on LeBron and everyone. Not one, not two. Not three, Not four. Not five, not 67 national championships for next, David. Six in Alabama one Ellis, you six plus one equals most math we do on this show seven. Seven national championships, moving past Paul Bear, Paul Bear Bryant, the Great Paul Bear Bryant and Nick Saban. They were tied at six. Now He has seven most championships for coach in the history of college football. Give next save it. Stock up. Give him another one. Give him another one. Another one. Another.

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Finding Great Christian Audiobook Resources

Grace and Peace Radio

02:23 min | 5 months ago

Finding Great Christian Audiobook Resources

"Audio books the we're going to start with the ones that the resources that you probably already know already. But i think i've got a few geeky surprises for you. I hope so stay. Stay with me here. The first one of course is audible dot com audible dot com owned by amazon. Which i did not know until yup today when i was doing some reason so of course there. It's a whole that's a subscription. So that's a pay thing. I i am going to steer us towards free. Things actually pretty pretty quick here but audible. Dot com has just oodles and of even christian material. Right some of them. That i found again. I was kinda focused on what i had mentioned before. So there's some elizabeth elliott what. I was rather disappointed in all of these was as far as audiobooks. Concern can find a ton of her books but as far as audio book Not so much. Not as much as i would have would have expected But there's some elisabeth elliot on audible dot com Lots of our c- sprawl. You can pretty much find r c sproul and any place You can't even go to legionnaire itself. And and i'm sure fine there streams in the desert i did find through audible dot com so i was pretty happy about that Lots of corrie ten boom could find her a new one. Because i had forgotten about it. When i was doing it was jerry. Bridge is all right. Yeah jerry. Bridges is an excellent resource and both is a book. And i found it as a audio trusting god out of all his books. I've read that. I've found great great comfort in that book. So i would highly recommend trusting god actually in these weird times probably rather than later but we times why sh- what we were times times so we had a viking sitting in mike. Pence's chair this week. What's so weird. How come on anyways. I stayed off the looking at the pictures. Yeah so anyway. So that's some of what i found on on audible

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"corrie" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"corrie" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"A Dutch reformed watchmaker and his daughters choose the perilous path of Jews define. The Nazi may know bill eventually face array and are finally caught by spy and shipped off to a prison camp for two of them to death. One Remarkable Woman Corrie ten boom tells the heart wrenching yet faith, affirming story of how she and her loved ones held onto their Christianity and their testimony under the heel of tyranny and hatred her book. The hiding place is a treasure that millions of readers have shared in, but what does the account of this one families resistance to evil have in terms? Terms of application beyond the Second World War. What can it teach us today about defending human dignity standing up for the week, and the persecuted and holding our faith, even when God seems far away here with me to answer these questions today, Stan Guthrie, the author of a new book on Corrie, ten boom entitled Victorious Corrie, ten boom and the hiding place. Stan is the author of half a dozen books and a longtime contributor to breakpoint. He's also a former editor for Christianity today and former managing editor for Evangelical Missions Quarterly Stan Welcome it's great to have you on the program. Thanks Shane. It's my pleasure to be here so for those listeners who may not know. Give us some background on Corrie ten boom Stan. Why is her story so enduring? Well Gosh that's such a big question. I think it really starts one hundred years before They were raided. There was a of a spiritual declenchant in the Netherlands. In the year eighteen thirties that era and there was Jewish intellectual named is the Kosta who started reading the prophecies in the book of Isaiah and elsewhere in what we know is the Old Testament. And he became a follower of Jesus reading that and he sparked sort of a revival of respect and love for. For, the Bible is God's word written, and not only that he also sparked a real desire for the larger church to reach out to Jewish people, he said when we have our gatherings and do our ministries. We need to reserve a seat for the Jewish. People in one of the early people that he attracted with this important message was named William ten boom who is? He would become a corey's grandfather. And he founded something called the Society for Israel, and they began praying I believe weekly for the peace of Jerusalem and for Jewish people to know their savior. And this is a good while before World War Two, and even the establishment of the state of Israel. Oh. Yeah, it was in the late eighteen hundreds. That's amazing to see the consciousness of a need to reach out to the Jewish people emerging even at that point, it's often it seems like in our time, and since the establishment of Israel, that consciousness is always colored by a remembrance of the Holocaust but the ten boom family, and those who knew them are already reaching that conclusion, even prior to the atrocities of the Nazis. Rate and a lot of that was because there was increasing talk during this time of the need for Jews to have their own homeland, so they became more and more an issue of concern among Christians generally. It's interesting. I mentioned William ten boom. Casper. who was corey's father in really in a Lotta ways, he's a spiritual heart of the book. The place he said that love for the Jewish people was. Fed to him in his family from his earliest years so I guess what I find really encouraging about..

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Google faces $5 billion lawsuit in U.S. for tracking 'private' internet use

The KFBK Morning News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Google faces $5 billion lawsuit in U.S. for tracking 'private' internet use

"News and let's talk to ed corrie now from the Bloomberg business desk and I guess Google facing a class action lawsuit on yeah that proposed a lawsuit claims Christina but Google collects billions of bits of information every day about internet users even if they opt out of sharing their information the complaint was filed yesterday in San Jose and claims Google lets people turn off data collection when they use the chrome web browser but they can still scoop up their data in other

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"corrie" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"corrie" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

"Business podcast and author of content performs culture. Thanks for joining me for another episode. Today let's Talk. About Small Business Marketing. I'm joined by Corey. Little Ghitis Cory. Thanks for joining. Thank you so much for having me so small business. Marketing of course is an interesting topic. We just talked about how to be less boring. And I was reminded to stop saying that we WANNA be riveting mad less boring but riveting with our content and then we talked about how to write better copy. So let's talk about small business. I know there there are plenty out there. I guess everybody who is starting a company they they started as a small business right because it's just them? Yes and small businesses fairly diverse. I mean if I remember right I believe that the total number of people could actually be five hundred or more people is still categorized as a small business but in the realm that I work I typically work with more mom and pop kind of family run organization. So you're looking at like ten or less people ten or less people that's good definition especially that's very different from five right exactly very different needs very different. So do these kind of companies do they have people do marketing specifically or or who handle their marketing. Well a lot of what I hear when I'm with small businesses is they don't necessarily need to learn it because everything is done via word of mouse which is a good thing if you're getting word of mouth that means that you're doing a great job in your business but you can't always just rely on word of mouth only especially when the market gets more competitive and as the market starts to change you know everybody talks about disruption in one of the largest challenges that I found especially over the last ten years or so because when you have large corporations like Amazon and you know other organizations that are starting to kind of eat into some of that mom and pop business a opportunities where people are going into a storefront and buying physical up another doing it online ways that you can help manage that through your small business is through your marketing and communication efforts. So that's one of the things that I kind of strive to help. Small Business Owners with today. You know one of the things that drives me crazy about that statement. We don't need marketing. Because it's word of mouth and that is literally marketing guests and I know people say that to me as well and then the other thing I always hear is oh. It's going well enough the other day I had somebody say to me. Oh I run one ad over Christmas and I've done that for the last forty years or whatever thirty years and it's going just fine. So how did people figure I mean? Certainly the competition out. There is unbelievable right. I was just reading mark. Schafer's blog post on how he bought a telescope and He says it's just I mean the the options are endless. Yeah so how do people figure out that that they need to do more marketing different marketing or like how? How can they noticed that there at that point sure? Well I think you touched on something that I felt was really important when you had mentioned before like oh I only run one ad and it works fine for me right so I think one of the biggest challenges especially when it comes to small business as identifying. What exactly is it. You want out of your business so you say it's fine. Does that mean you're okay? Running your business at the rate that it's at that you're plateaued and you're not necessarily increasing revenue because in order to be able to increase revenue. You have to do something different over and above whatever it is. You're doing today because otherwise if the actions you're taking today we're GonNa get you there. You'd already be there right so for a lot of small business owners I believe. It's kind of a mindset shift that you have to get very very clear on exactly what do I want my business to be performing for me and for a lot of the people that I work with they? They started their. They're smaller their family business. Because they wanted to have the freedom and flexibility to spend time with their family to make their own hours to you know be in full control over their income yet they create these businesses that war last end up running their lives instead of them running their business so by being very very clear on exactly what it is. You want your business to achieve. You know both in revenue and you know what you're delivering to your customers. Then it's much easier to determine okay. Well what do I need to change in my marketing strategy to able to get me there and so when we talk about marketing strategy? I mean they could be anything right. We're not just talking about social media. Ads depends on on what they're doing. That's actually a a really great point so one of the things on working with my clients in particular as you know most people when it comes to me they they wanNA talk about social media. I do have a very large social media following. It's something that I've been able to access and I've been in the industry for probably ten plus years on the digital media side but what a lot of small business owners don't realize is it doesn't necessarily mean that social media's the right fit for your specific personality and your type of business right so fuel my clients one. I can think of off the top of my when I first met her. She was a real estate agent and she was trying to make it work on social media but where she really shown wasn't face to face interactions. So instead what we ended up doing was we started to kind of shift her. Focus off of the digital side and started to build out more strategies on the networking site. Who can you meet an networking organization? That will put you in touch with a person that you really want to reach the person you can best service and by being able to do that again. It doesn't have to all be online. You could do a lot of stuff face to face you. Can you know doing speaking engagements? There are all sorts of different ways to generates connections with customers that are offline in addition to being online. Of course it's always interesting right when you more and more online especially when let's say the business owner of a small company? I assume you you will be the face of the company right so You're this personality online. Sometimes it can be hard for people right there on when they're online and then like you can't actually do that eight hours in the day right. No exactly. You can't do that eight hours a day. And they're what I found too is a lot of times if somebody's uncomfortable being on camera then really having a youtube channel or something like. That isn't really going to work well for you. But you may shine for example at a networking event shaking hands with people and seeing people face to face in. I can be a completely different environment for you but as a small business owner you kind of have to test your limits and see okay. Well what which way the most effective communicator? For some people. It may be writing for other. People may be visuals. Some it may be storytelling. You know telling stories about how. They saw their customers problems. But being able to figure out your own unique personality regarding communication styles makes it that much easier for you to figure out a marketing strategy. That's going to be more aligned with you and your business and of course that's a really good point of course today there's so many different channels. I mean think about we're doing a podcast here You know you can do video. You can do live video. You can do life audio which I still think is something that not very many people are doing for some reason. I've seen fantastic results on the life audio front. There's there's other things you can still right. What else virtual reality right? If you have something that you can show. That's visual. So how do so if you have ten people who typically do the marketing is that the owner or who who leads that initiative and my parents? I usually the owner will take that responsibility and less. It happens to be that they want to get involved with social media and then they'll either assign it to their kid or they'll try to find a college student as an intern because they don't understand it right so it's easier to give it to somebody who's younger that understands the platforms but one of the things that I found is you know. You can't use social media like it's an online digital billboard right you have to be able to effectively communicate why people should want to be working with you also be able to educate them on what they need to know before they work with you so you have to have a very solid kind of content strategy before you start class during your message all over the Internet. And that's one of the things that I find that most small businesses struggle with but don't really necessarily realize that it's a hurdle upfront. Which is one of the reasons why I'VE BEEN TRYING TO SPEAK WARREN? Educate more small business side when it comes to marketing and digital in particular. I mean we're allowed to disagree on the show. Your core of feel free to disagree if you do. But I think it's. It's such a waste of resources if you only focus on social media especially when you don't have any resources and so the way I I think about that as we have the create once publish everywhere right Throw the continent parade. Don't just hire somebody who handles Social Media. How about your website? I mean I know we've seen Google search traffic. I think every single person I've worked with recently. They've seen search traffic. Drop right because of the recent algorithm. I don't think there's anybody who I've seen where it's gone up recently. So what do you do well? You don't old. We don't focus on the website anymore. We still should because now it's going back up. So how do you get that? Integrated Strategy into people as opposed to focus on social media. And the other thing is I mean. I've seen all kinds all age. Groups make social media work in still people out there are saying. Oh it's the need younger person to run our social media which You need somebody who knows the and knows how to respond. In those short content in my opinion is my belief that really the owner and the founder of the small business or any business for that matter is really the best one to be developing the content strategy. Because it's they're communicating their vision right. They're the ones that's the most passionate about it. You can assign that to an intern. But they're never going to get that level of energy that a small business owner will get because it's not easy to be in business for yourself they. There's usually specific reasons that people decide to start their business. You know they want to provide a specific type of service and they want to have some kind of purpose and to be able to effectively communicate that online is really what gives most small business owners that edge even over some corporate competitors. They can learn how to harness that correctly but the biggest thing is learning the skills that you need which really. It's not that complicated to not be afraid of the platforms and to not be afraid of the platforms. Involves you having to actually use them and participate in them and most of the clients that I work with to a Lotta Times?.

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Giant black bears fight in front of man's New Jersey home

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Giant black bears fight in front of man's New Jersey home

"Black bears are common in rural Sussex county, the locals usually pay them. No mind, they give them a wide berth. But when Corrie bail saw a couple of bears in his front yard. He grabbed a camera to two hundred fifty pound bears were fighting, and it was quite a brawl teeth and claws out wildlife. Experts say they were likely competing for a mate it is bare mating season veils. His was frightening because that Brin fight was just feet away from where his three year old likes to play. Fortunately, son was at school at the

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"corrie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It is Lou all right into the WGN radio newsroom. Here's down cleven. Thank you. Lou. Good morning. Five degrees under fair skies right now at O'Hare someone shot into an SUV on the city's south side, Thursday evening, critically hurting, a one year old boy who was in the vehicle with relatives. Community activist. Andrew home says there's now a war to find that shooter award is twenty three thousand five hundred ten thousand coming from Corrie Brooks past. Corrie Brooks the rest of this money is coming from community leaders menaces that reward being bumped up to thirty five thousand dollars just last night. Police say they're looking through surveillance video in the area to see if any of the cameras captured that shooting upgraded charges for the convicted felon accused of killing a teenager at Orleans square mall last month. WGN's Andrea darlas with that Cook County grand jury has indicted Jakhar Williams on first degree murder charges aggravated battery and other charges leading up to the shooting death of eighteen year old Giovane Britain at the food court inside of the mall on January twenty first Williams was arrested two days after the shooting and charged with possession of a firearm. He was out on parole for a robbery conviction at the time of the shootings. Williams is said to be back in court on February twentieth. Andrea darlas WGN news, the Virginia legislative black caucus is calling for Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax to resign over sexual assault allegations from two women the group saying yesterday, we can't see it in the best interest on Virginia Fairfax to stay. Fairfax is a democrat and only the second African American to ever win statewide office there this announcement leaves him with virtually no base of. Political support these allegations coming to light as Virginia's democratic governor and attorney general wrapped up in their own scandals involving past use of black faced some officials expressing concern. This could cause a crisis of succession in Virginia. Planned Parenthood of Illinois says it's providing free birth control for one year to patients who can't afford it. The Chicago Tribune saying the organization announced the access birth control plan yesterday. It includes injectable birth control oral contraceptives, condoms and other devices spokeswoman, Julie Lynn says the organization has no cost projections. But the effort is being paid for privately. Eligible patients include those who are uninsured or have insurance which does not cover birth control climate change back on the table in Wisconsin more from WGN's. Roger badesch, it's called the board of commissioners of public lands. And while it was controlled by Republican members. They maintained a ban on anyone talking about climate change. Now that those Republicans have been replaced by Democrats, the band's been lifted after the board and the secretary of state of Wisconsin voted for the. A change. Roger Panish WGN news and constructions begun on a new school campus in Oklahoma City, which is among the first of its kind is designed for and by homeless kids positive. Tomorrow's is the nonprofit.

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"corrie" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"Can you trust? Cleveland? Do Corrie's parents still hate you the? No, I don't think they ever necessarily hated me. I just wasn't the vision, right? You know that they would have of wanted. They don't want someone. I was thirty one. Yes. I have a bachelor's degree in nursing college, but I had two kids. You know, I was thirty one and and I took like if I saw housewives, like chain smoking, drinking wine. You know, Cussing like a sailor, whatever I would be like, but they met me and it just was not the vision for. Baby boy, I look at cash all my voice and I'm just like, never be a bitch. I can't really. No, I got it. I fully like Mason always has new girlfriend. I'm like, I don't know about this one, but I think it's just like a mom thing. You know what I mean? I don't think anyone's ever going to be good enough ever. You're ever, but at least you like you have that. I love that you have your parents and all your friends and you guys do those little get togethers. It's just so nice. It's like you guys live normal, normal, normal life. I mean, yes, it's on TV. And yes, you guys are rich, but it's very like genuine to me like the way you cry has always getting matter, grounding people or I like that. Do you know hardest? It's like stick to discipline, like, you know. So I so I'm the kind of person. It's hard to be a disciplinarian meaning. Okay. Arianna I'm taking your phone, right? We'll like Arianna goes to school the next day. I can't texture and be like, hey, where are you? What are you doing? So it's like, here's your fucking phone because I know throughout the day, like, what are you doing? He. Does not care. He will, yes, girl till the end, Honey. I always said it. Meets Wednesday, no computer. And then after a few hours drive me nuts, just go to me because it's hard to discipline. It's it's a sacrifice on your part as a parent. It's time consuming, but Croix is really, I think we're a really a perfect because detract gonna be more. Yeah. I mean, I can see that he's very strict near very not. We're raising boys, you gotta with boys, you wanna raise a man. He's a difference with the boys. He's very strict like you have. They take out the garbage. They have chores, they do all sorts of stuff. And I'm like for fucks, let them sit on the couch and watch the TV you know. But then I think to myself like now take out the garbage, are they going to be a man, but how do you do it as a single parent?.

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"corrie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Big boy he's my little cookie these eighteen got muscle is tall i feel safe when he's at the house because i think he could kick somebody's butt up before it was like everybody you know get my mommy i'll protect you now i get behind him is great you know he's a big boy when corrie can't lift a suitcase he does really important he'll kill spider for me he's really a good i think it'd be a good husband later as long as it ought to kill spiders they don't run from spider the younger one not know scorpion to the house he was a you kidding me you're the man of the house mom i'm only eleven that was horrible cats were no help whatever but i think he likes living at home refrigerators full on most days he knows how to sneak into my purse to get money so i think i don't think he's going to really push it the kids would be more successful than the parents so it was on the kids the care of the pickles well the beard scott old the kids who came from the parents moved it and then same thing with us okay grandma and grandpa were really poor mom and dad report we had some good days but almost most years report that'd be i was the first person in my family college graduate so now help provide from appearance and then the other siblings later went to college and then other stuff so we we did better than other generations now it's changed with the new generation this is the first time kids are not doing as well as pairs now on the other hand will be the kids are smart why pay for separate rent makes no sense why have two mortgages why have to rent payments do why aren't you cents bills with power and phone and.

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"corrie" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Bar ubah yes live from nihar of nicely villas guy i'm gonna go back on my word fired me navy hours let's get them back louis vows in hopex collude owned by the way was seriously van corrie's venture trump's cell phones released today what a coincidence right it was released monday after fired on this so i was told once again trump told me he told me that conversation he was going to he could sell farmers released i wonder if his number was released y trump told you personally as a cory cold central keyword is quiet he referred to you as a low level if you let them draft that's the campaign of any let them drafted i'd say it by the way i'm gonna asked say to him for treating you survive lee there back to hit was i worked for ted cruz let's get it out i worked for ted cruz i first but isis guy sanchez investing simplified start with just five yes so i actually i what are we hit a quick break we will get to the final and i'll read some of the reaction by the way to aaron brunettes question because people will really mad that about sir how far she went with this and anyway we'll talk about that at the time line all that sort of stuff we right back here often herald radio carbon emissions.

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"corrie" Discussed on X96

X96

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on X96

"Radio from hell not not not sorry that was corrie's music in needed to get there let's do this right i i'm brian how you okay i'm fine how you okay sell any i you out k r i you k any what happened to her she was hit pie she was struck by a smooth criminal there was born mom we don't get the do a lot of that kind of stuff together follow jean of our very on twitter at orasje radio from hell on ex ninety six i was just distracted because i've been looking for this and i finally found it we'll see what you've been looking for uh the story was that he contested on jeopardy oh yeah mispronounced a word and so alex tra back said he couldn't win the money i heard about it i didn't have you naturally here the end and i wanted to hear and warned to find the audio and hear it so you're going have it let's see why is it not because i i read about it i read i read what the word is but i don't know in what congress had word we'll let out this let carry piloted air comes is ted reprogram everything her a song by calling from dangerous mines goes back in time to become a six sixty seven john nelson classic what is gangsters paradise lost guess our judges have reevaluated one of your responses a few moments ago nick usaid said gangsters instead of gangsta on that song by kunio so we take thirty two hundred away from you will you were now in second place lease a you have the lead he should sue gigi gotta away the gangsters well and people were blaming alex rebecca fordham seldom stores eissa wasn't one of the judges well judges in back and they are judged i know it's gangsta no you should rather the go in to go here about gang stance he should play he got he knew what it was a flat fair well i'm telling you gina jeopardy has been on the air for a long long time because it's a harsh mistress really win that mega millions yet on it's like four hundred million dollars a watery is that what you're yeah there they were doing a dry i guess we would.

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"corrie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And cheating but he's never done anything like that enquiries on mother has also denied it so i think they are going to have to pay up for that one that injury honest i don't think will ever know the truth known moon corrie's god bless her heart no france corrie's mom won't it doesn't really every will probably never know the truth and the only person and really does has sadly passed away yes that is untrue a taylor swift showed up to the jingle ball event friday night at madison square garden and it's the first time we've seen her hand in hand with her boyfriend i regard she was even dating this guy his name is joe all win and they raced from their suv to the front door but it was enough time to see a romance marker they were holding hands all the british accurate he's a british actress and model they've been together since the summer but we really never seen them the affectionate together kono tank johnson slides and remember that whole photos she jedis in la eighteen election's learn from that moving on gas all right anchor angelina jolie in jon voight are speaking again that's john boise angelina jolie sense of father if he did know she says quote we've had some difficulties but through art we've been able to talk it's the common language we don't really talk politics well we talk art very well so those early but there's a lot of people that can talk politics oh yeah absolutely on tv tonight we have monday night football it's the dolphins in the patriots he also have the hawaii we have the voice on nbc we have disney's fairy tale weddings on freeform and the great christmas light fight on a b c o also on abc the bachelor countdown to ari all i'm watching that feed way that's the latest or you can find more my 117 onecom okay i appreciate the info gurtler updates at the top of every hour plus get extended dirt alerts at eight twenty twelve twenty.

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"corrie" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on WCTC

"Double stack and he came free right in front of the fda that's girl by the way will allow corrie sanders to urban decay william bequeath crises i could have shot what i do wrong the sanders will throw in soft freeman charm in baker on the floor just to give you an idea after you average of seventy one points a game here is sanders rightwing up top baker wide open 3 front of the rim no good in the balls rebounded by holloway with forty seconds to play and a half hours anderson run on the floor but rutgers is back atop the holloway one dribble right back to anderson anderson lifted elaine kick it in the corner for jenkins the one or the baseline too much of the ball revised by cia chuck clark is off you twenty six seconds to go instead longley pass had the baker who will take it back to the outside and rutgers will play for the final shot here on the half display by baker that time we could have forced up the shot against one on two instead good basketball instincts brokers can run a point of europe is anders in the circle at center court date l makes his move pull up three in and out no good offensive rebound can't tito saw mrs the put back late whistle when a foul call and saw won't get two free throws with two point three to go on a half score the foul on holloway dope on miller excuse me that's number two on miller and saw goes to the line rectors at that time it for a long baseline they brought saw off the left wing cory sinners went like he was going to take the ball screen refused the ball screen came back was wide open for three just missed it but saad did a nice job sliding to the best getting an offense rebound in good to see so i get more opportunities lie just one of nine this season in the first one is up and good rebel forty nine 22 rutgers were they big twenty seven point lead your back another one of those just how close they are to holden the team on the second free throw correct you're right through for to pretend ito's saw half or he by anderson at the buzzer comes up short in the.

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"corrie" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on WCTC

"The scoreboard iq oh well well we're back underway suv midsize checked in the began eugene omori is in 10 dido saab mike williams are other four with corrie sanders substitutions we'll get to as well for cleveland state mike williams follow a jumper his good along the right baseline and mark reuss fed fifty deniz mike picks up where he left off on sunday nice patient move at times coming off the bag nice spin from the baseline anthony right into the game jim markets kerstin into the game now for cleveland state machine thomas has returned as well here's right along the far side guarded by williams download playboy guarded by saw spots up jumper over into strong wall rebounded on the weak side by all marie who heads off to suit mensah into the right corner for williams top of the key for omori runs to his lap past right up off the glass an greatlooking move by you cheat all mauri and it's 17 tan of rutgers terrific transition basketball by roaches it's all rutgers extends to their largest lead at a half at seven with the 17th an advantage haerstedt near side for right foulline extended tries to dribble through a double team can not instead fights it off you hairston and then puts the ball out of bounds the ball was saito or by claiborne and knocked out by williams so cleveland state will maintain possession is derek sloan comes back to the game replacing claiborne much better defensive effort by rutgers this game staying of their principles moving a team defense really doing a very very good job disrupting cleveland state offense here's appleby thrown into sloan back.

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"corrie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And taken dmc and they get to dress up and i'm here in a move yeah it's almost like that people i just appreciate what you got all k i n just i think he'll speaking of which so my father in law he was widowed a few years back and was such a faithful husband and you know my mother in law was a sick lady she had a lot of medical issues makes us recipes and you know some key took care of her new was very faithful and he was he was an amazing husband to her and i know i make fun of my inlaws allott and i know i make a lotta motherinlaw jokes and um i that's not going to change you know i i ate a motherinlaw jokes are funny but because she's passed away you guys haven't heard any motherinlaw jokes recently i i don't know what the time limit i mean how long do you wait to make a motherinlaw joke see motherinlaw jokes are funny when they're alive it's not as funny when they passed because they're you feel guilty and i do feel like my motherinlaw's those talks to me i really do i i do i think you know i like you know all yell at my husband and then all of a set of something that will happen like i'll tricked once something or i'll cut myself and i'm like oh my gosh okay you know corrie's mothers around so then i go to apologize to korean everything's fine so i believe i believe people are guardian angels and they come back in they watch over you and and whatever so corrie's mom is is keeping me in line and again me she recipes she really was a good woman she really was so um his dad had found a new law love and they have been on cloud nine and they got married and it's kind of interesting because you don't really see a lot of the older generation the get married he'll many of them from the 1960s woodstock days and get a.

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"corrie" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And they lead fifty nine twenty one james white hit the first free throw he gets another two second free throw vas short and the ball is rebounded by all marie heuze in the game with soup mensah shag doors sinisa charm and corrie sanders fifty fortysix to play here the second and a fifty nine twenty one lead for ru sanders top of the key fake let go right dribbles down the right side of lane and he will thank it in in traffic and corrie sanders says tumour he is having a solid overall game is cory centers now with twelve points on the night sexist signature move driving from left to right and just power yup over those men are who it is scott tremendous lifted tremendous athleticism who's got great touch on those bank shuts off the board sam williams a right elbow jumper place touch puts it in sixty one twenty three rutgers approaching fifteen minutes to play here in the second asu the right side extended up top role murray near cyprus sanders top of the key thrope with a sevenfoot shack thorson pass it right for chump spots up for three front of the room no good but they'll put back goes for all mauri who followed the play nice rebound building a really good job to do a little bit of everything sixty three to 23 rutgers in front by forty white has it being trapped along the far side dribbles away from it to the top of the key fakes the three instead pass it off two was all misses the three pointer the ball remember sanders who's weaving his way up before stops top of the key gift omori lubbock delo wide open dorsan fake and then the two had gone kennedy sixty five twenty three and you just get the sense rutgers can do anything they want offensively i take uh ccny is really tired now very tired you talked about no size fiona have size and you're tired it's a bit combination with steve it's much more athletic well and it's also true to your point as the runners bank in by puzzle off they're playing a ton of minutes to be up there i mean it's not been that he's gone nine ten eleven deep it's basically the rotation of seven may be eight here's isa charm underneath in its textbook aegis turns in banks into what the left hand a little up to.

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"corrie" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"I mean damai i'll know what else to say you know and that was pretty much that but like that was that the most egregious example that i've ever encountered of that kind of like circular thinking or whatever that they do like the loopholes i'd make for themselves read all that type of shit and and i i get that type of anger and i get corrie's and it was the kind he brought up david and it was a lotta with david talked about the hypocrisy and the sort of magic wand ism but what happened thing and a lot about lately as it's something that never bothered me is i didn't run into it i guess a lot and is not what i'm angry about the when i realise at some point was that what i was angry about his men take it three levels down that she it right there i mean that hurts people sure especially with like the gay stuff you know what i mean like that's a great example of like you grow up gay and a church household and we're them grow game black in that time you know what i manger like shirt that for four co course a fucking her cheered but even the churches you've gotten rid of this shit you know the progressives and all that stuff or we just ignore it or whatever it is this stuff his fucking napalm because of the depth and power of the idea of eternity and.

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"corrie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Beyond the headlines now this morning's mike gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning good morning well after a seemingly endless wait the nba finals are finally here and before we get to skits set to enjoy another warriors calves battle oh diehard cleveland fans aren't ready to lead golden state fans forget what happened during last year's finals according to usa today in ohio resident name cory sievers licenseplate has become the social media equivalent of salt to warriors fans wound corrie's license plate reads l l w l w w w which for the unfamiliar is the order in which two games in last year's final win for the cavs punctuated by their gained seven win after be down three two one in the series cory says the trolling licenseplate gets recognize the public but it's been even more popular and is exploding over twitter cory told the cleveland plain dealer that he doesn't want to forget what happened last year and doesn't think anybody else should either i'm pretty sure nobody and cleveland is forgotten whatever leicester no no no you wouldn't it be great if they get six is sort of everything you just stop right there and then for cleveland fans and they didn't have to sorta come back this year and have to play them again and you know it's in fees some potential embarrassment from a team that hasn't lost are you are yet in this play are you saying that the cavaliers are in trouble against door you're saying there once again underdogs okay to a team it again has not lost in this play as as of yes and is a as as added more firepower of last year with kevin durango tabs of only laws one game yeah playoffs that is true you know god matt saying that there's there's no chance but i'm just saying that you know we would have been nice if we could it just sort of frozen that in time and not had the sorta come back and play the begin this year somebody to ask me on twitter who do you like you know cavs warriors i i don't really have any skin in the game items gary the wehlig guys and coaches on both sides i just want a games.

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"corrie" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"corrie" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Beyond the headlines now this morning's mike gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning good morning well after a seemingly endless wait the nba finals are finally here and before we get this gets set to enjoy another warriors calves battle diehard cleveland fans aren't ready to lead golden state fans for what what happened during last year's finals according to usa today in ohio resident named cory sievers licenseplate has become the social media equivalent of salt to warriors fans wound corrie's license plate reads l l w l w w w which for the unfamiliar is the order in which the games in last year's final win four the cavs punctuated by their gained seven win after be down three two one in the series cory says the trolling licenseplate gets recognize the public but it's been even more popular and is exploding over twitter cory told the cleveland plain dealer that he doesn't want to forget what happened last year and doesn't think anybody else should either i'm pretty sure nobody and cleveland is forgotten whatever leicester no no no you wouldn't it be great if they get six is sort of everything you just stop right there and then for cleveland fans and they didn't have to sorta come back this year and have to play them again and you know it's in feast some potential embarrassment from a team that has lost are you are yet in this play are you sing in that the cavaliers are in trouble against door you're saying there once again underdogs okay to a team that again has not lost in this play as as of yes and is a as as added more firepower since last year with kevin durango tabs of only laws one game you play yeah playoffs that is true you know god matt saying that there's there's no chance but i'm just saying that it would have been nice if we could it just sort of frozen that in time and not had the sorta come back and play them again this year somebody to ask me on twitter who do you like you know cavs warriors i i don't really have any skin in the game i don't carry the wehlig guys and coaches on both sides.

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