18 Burst results for "Craxi"

"craxi" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

06:14 min | 7 months ago

"craxi" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"Attention so if you often getting deeper evert is sentinels example if you giving me feedback now on my body language at stake wives and then i'd say okay let me see five Craxi so what you're saying is way. I use my hands. Houses interfered with which it almost Right that will be meant see revitalizing check imbalance Also validating feet. So you're going to feel the I did pay i did. I love that. That's great and now with the defensiveness right. Let's actually break down what you mean when you are getting defensive. Because a lot of times people will say well. I'm not getting defensive. I'm just explaining what they don't understand which is a really nice way of saying. You're getting defensive. So can we draw the line between what might be legitimate response and what is more categorized as defensive. It's very subtle distinction based on emotion. So when we ought defense you can see yourself. There's an emotion is driving urge to explain assault. It might be tation mozell under and it comes from a place of. I'm triggers on. I won't explain. Mike trick rather than listen when we all month defensive explaining it doesn't come in same emotional needs to host fast international incident so i will check in with myself and said it's seven emotion Feel an urge to response of houses about mission to factual the nation will help. You know what's really interesting about that too. Is that okay. We understand one can come from emotions more. The other one comes from just a relaying facts. I think a really interesting distinction even goes beyond the feeling. Because i i'm starting to get a better understanding of what i'm feeling emotional and defensive. I'm feeling i feel it in my chest. I feel like. I cannot like i if i even if i wanted to. I couldn't stop saying what i wanted to say that the urge right and so the other thing is taking a step back and asking yourself why it is. You feel the need to say this. What is it that is driving me to say this. So even beyond the the emotional side what is the strategic value of saying this at this time is just to elevate yourself because you feel like you've been taken down a peg or is it the fact that there is a legitimate misunderstanding that you are trying to clarify for the sake of the other person right because right because if i have a misunderstanding i see it and and it's just for me that i could just kinda save that for myself and just eat it and then have the person continue to share information information that is only within their head and not within mine so this is my only opportunity to get it but if if it's not elevating them or helping them were helping the relationship at all then that might be a sign that it is defensiveness in disguise a simple role that i use this in a work Tonight and the simple habits if you're gonna get somebody feed corrective or she was simple releases if it is to get funding chest don't if he has a learning for good polls h summarizes what said but it's very simple rule than he will feel urged on the justifying it has feedback Simple is just because you need to say the town friend with too but it is a learning opportunity wall. Oh man i hope people are really paying attention to this because this is something that i've have discovered through a little bit of self-discovery Introspection over the past mother. So i'm realizing that sometimes when i'm emotional i feel the need to say things and if i'm emotional and feeling emotional and it's directly to an individual. I feel as though the only outlet for this emotional expression is to share these things with the other person And what i'm realizing. Is that if i through. Meditation have recognized that emotions are kind of like energy. You think about it. it's neither good nor bad. It is an energy. How do you deal with that energy. And so what. I've found is that if i said down and viciously journal. You know what i mean. Like people look at him like. Oh well man. It looks like he's mad at that paper. I don't know what's going on. But i just journal and just say everything that i would have said it to that other person and i just journal and then what i recognize is that as i get toward the end of that journaling session. The the what. I'm saying becomes more like self coaching. And i work through it. And i reach a state of emotional equilibrium that allows me to function and didn't need to emotes on somebody else in a way that could potentially be destructive. And what. You're all set in. And i love that journaling rewards for lots of or if you're not journal you can put you. Didn't you phone notes. You can speak to somebody appointees to express that energy in the direction of the person who youthful irritating the most important thing that i think the process news is your invasions in space will lacking emotion diffuse jumping on the edge to react when we're responding to our emotions when they high be described both as used jesus urge to settle his share the visa into to ourselves to purge ourselves fumbled about few. It's out that the person's also speaking.

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"craxi" Discussed on This Anthro Life

This Anthro Life

07:04 min | 7 months ago

"craxi" Discussed on This Anthro Life

"Don't mean to spend another two years somewhere else makes sense. Yeah are you would know more than i would about these programs themselves but they're generally can be programs that will either mix them or like you do the same cut some time which is something i along the way to the said. That wouldn't getting a masters it's just go to the same place for the master's and the ph d. I guess is more What i should say which. I think it makes sense and i hope that more grad program. Maybe maybe a lot do that. I hope that more do that. Because it does make sense. Get along the way. If the point is the phd. It's a little weird to like. Get the master's plague somewhere else. But i hear not. I hope that that that like process goes well. You can fly in and on one level or thinking about this idea that there's the forensic side that you're in z. Bones is a contemporary show. I don't think she was doing archeology. So tell me a bit about that. That's sit there really interesting project. I was looking at my archaeological isotopic stuff in ancient place near near to my heart. I'm frame a little bit further away but as a fellow fieldworker from peru. This is super exciting. What are some of the similarities between like temporary forensics and by arc and what speaks to you more in life so i think that archaeology is specifically by work. But i would say archaeology in general. Because i have love cultural stuff in religion all i can't get enough of cultural end like classics classes. Like i can't take enough of them. Is what insights my Ity and will always fascinated me endlessly. I could read a ton. A million books on the subject of archaeology by working in the ancient past. I think our ancient relatives in human history human evolution is endlessly fascinating but what fuels me is forensics and the application of the skills to real life into affect real people. Sometimes i think for me. The disconnect thousands of years not discredits the work but doesn't make it as urgent like my work with forensics is really urgent and has direct effects when we give our reports or not that. I'm doing a lot of reports. But the general idea of that. When we come to determinations in the future like that will have immediate effects on people whether it's criminal justice or disaster related it has effects and the effects that ancient data has wanner overall understanding of human history. So i think for me. That's why like our human history will always excite me because we don't know there's still a lot to be learned but with forensics. I'm the one producing the answers. I've always said that to me in by archaeology. Like you have to create the questions. And i like coming up with the answers in forensic you would. I don't necessarily like coming up with the questions coming up with the answers. Which would sound weird. You think you come up with the question. You can come up with the answer. But i'd rather answer question that's given to me than come up with a question. I've always struggled with that. Which i guess is weird because i have two questions for my podcast. But that's how i feel. I switch Academically i've always felt better like open ended. Essay strikes craxi right about anything. You want my like so many things. I'd but i'm need question to answer any better. So that sounds to me. Is the enjoyment of solving a puzzle. Because there's a set of issues or conditions that are placed in front of you and we need to help figure out what the answer is. Or how do we solve that puzzle versus in the academic sense of studying something in india pastor. Honestly like if you're doing academic anthropology research it's not super different. You do have to make up the questions to even though keep trying to do something you have to make up a question that would be of anthropological interest for work. However i take it. You're saying i think she's super cool and interesting to think about for all of us how to approach problems as nether politics or social scientists in. It's like to have a problem presented that you get to solve or do you like to then basically pontificate in think over over the kinds of issues and the other thing that stuck out to me. Too is the sense of urgency or immediacy of the work of the result itself and so is solving a problem for somebody either. It's a person that's related to the that took place or even just for. I don't know the police department repair the state department of hires you for example but there's an urgency of that need. That's interesting too. That the implicit point there. Which i'm gonna i'll make explicit. You probably would agree in most listeners with agreed to is that oftentimes a lot of academic research itself might not be super problem solving oriented for some urgent. And that's okay. It doesn't doesn't. I'll have to be but there's both space for and need for the solving of the urgent problems right. Also why i put you in the atypical. Category of folks. That are doing anthropology because problem-solving is not often one of the main things that we get taught to do. A it's awesome bones has actually been a really good passport for people to say. Hey presence is really cool. I'm still waiting. Maybe i should just make the cultural anthro. Tv shows that people say hey. I want to do that too but just this idea too. I think it's quite interesting about. How do we take a problem. Based approach versus a asking questions based approach is. It's got me thinking in terms of how might we frame trying to share with other people. Yeah i think there's a lot of problems in the world right now whether they be social political environmental and i think i'm always at night in about while i can do to reduce my plastic use or Reduce linee consumption or increase my political awareness and active this. I think that's how we present anthropology as a solution to these problems like understanding humans and understanding our the way we work and the way we formed groups. I i keep thinking wire like people looking at all the on empires that have fallen in thinking about why they fell apart and like how very close our government is to that and why. We aren't really using anthropology as a tool to like we know patterns. We know what drive certain behaviors. We know that times of political and social unrest like in peru. My project impro- 'cause like changes in diet and eating. Maybe less nutritious foods like we know that these times of unrest caused such adverse effects like we. Yeah we need to be applying anthropology anthropological lessons as an answer to the problem. Sadly i don't have the exact answer. But i think that's how we can apply apology. Even to environmental things. Which i think should be the forefront of everyone's research in mind right now is our environment is very crucial point and i will Actually i'll think about it every.

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"craxi" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"craxi" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

"Damage to keep you up joe. You'd be a traitor. Which still wanna kill it. So this is fine for me. That is isaac stern. Isaac is going to go. Had it just takes some craxi calhoun. Isaac hits on the first attack. Mrs. on the second attack. Isaac does ten damage after isaac. Calhoun is going to take his legendary action. Sees billy laid out. Oh he's going to go ahead and make an attack he doesn't make it with advantage because it's with a range weapon that is a hit but since it is a ranged attack it is only one death saving failure. So goes into billy saieed. Bill you have one death. Safe fail hank. That is your turn since i still have haste. I'm gonna take one action to attack. Calhoun k That is a twenty two hit. Hits nice that's fourteen damage k And i'll unleash shank as well That's nineteen hit co and that is sixteen damage on calhoun. Another six damn okay. He's looking pretty fucked up at this point. Okay and then. I wanna use my hasty action and scoot over to Grim dong just getting billy. You run over to billy yes So i'm gonna try to stabilize her k. Go ahead and make a wisdom check medicine. Check tanner heart. I even though..

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"craxi" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

03:40 min | 11 months ago

"craxi" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

"That was being held back and then through just continuously and repetitively offering love and affirmations which maybe at some point might might almost seem silly. But it's it's through the it's the repetition you know it's like said i. I like i hide from that. I okay i love you. And then i hear and i'm like i know and then it's like oh i feel it feel it on my and then it just starts to penetrate the hearts so that you get the penetration is like moving through the whole body until the heart is expanded then and then it's like oh that's love and it really kind really blows open. That's right at the beginning. I also know it's that thing when someone tells you that they love you but you like yeah. I know you love me But i still feel distant from that. It doesn't really yes Doesn't hit you deeply. that's why. I felt the need to just keep saying just light rain down the love to make sure that it really got like deeply soaked in. Yeah but it like craxi cracking in because like you said it. I love you to love you. You know and so much of that. We in daily life. Yeah we don't even we're not even connected to the energy of it when we say it and you felt so serious you know you were like look you're looking for. I love you even the way. You were enunciating. The words it was coming it wasn't it was coming from inside of us being born from a felt sense and then articulated instead of a simple articulation through the cerebral so it felt very much inch. It felt very like it just felt like a mantra coming through. It felt very real and healing nas to say as well fitness for me to say that. Just because i know you. I know that you just needed that in that moment. Nothing that's the great thing about knowing each other so well is that we were able to switch it up at six is not always the same because we're able to give each other. What what we need. In that moment. We should be recording this as our podcast right now but we should have the mics right now so we can expand on this can be. I think out of the cost. I think too. We know like in in relationship. We know one another you know. Every relationship people have a kind of depth knowing. And then it's whether you allow yourself to go into that deeper intimacy where you trust yourself to say things and even be vulnerable because the vulnerability of you saying you saying that you were saying from me. But i could have greeted with resistance that would have shamed you or made you feel uncomfortable and it's like okay. Stop saying that. I know you love me. You know an and that then wounds you when you're trying to offer the gift so it's both it's both of you seeing me and your courage to show up and then my recognition of the gift that you're offering nets like both people's willingness to be intimate and to like let let ourselves be seen you know not be afraid to them like cry and to feel that and you'd be like yes that's it you know and it's like the release of emotions isn't problematic but it's actually what enables the experience to be really fulfilling and become very sexual in various satisfying..

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"craxi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Yeah closer we hope so right back into Craxi back in town yeah back in yeah what is it real yeah really the house so we had three stitches while wow that's surprising because that Gass look like a good five or six stitcher it was wide but it wasn't that long and you have the doctors at northwestern did a great job on M. in it a little bit in the did they give him the like the the plastic surgeon come in and do it or was it just normal no they sedated him and I think than just the normal doctor death okay just like a normal doctor would give you stitches but right because he couldn't sit still he did he would never sits down I mean he he don't sit still for us today to change the bandaid like just just changing the bandaid took two of us to do and that was hard we are both sweating after that but that we'll talk about the boys of summer here coming up at three barstool big cat is back today at four o'clock Michael will bond at five three one two three three two three seven seven six so I think what the NHL is doing they've got a twenty fourteen plane tournament where they're gonna give a bite of the top four seeds and then the other the other teams like the hot it's going to be admitted at the five see the twelve C. Blackhawks will go out in the first round postseason match up in the winter than will advance and I think that's cool especially because it it's not going to be perfect but then they're going to take the last seven teams twenty four teams in the play for the championship seven teams in the lottery they will be doing a tournament for the lottery but I think the NBA should because they've got games they've all got to make up to get this regional money in and I think it would be a perfect audition for this new front office staff to look at all these players in a real competitive environment if this bulls team were forced to be in a post season tournament to win the number one overall draft pick okay let me ask you a question then if that's the case because there is something on the line here right I mean the number one overall pick as a pre eighty good prize for finishing for first yes do you make a coaching change now it's a great question it or do you use that as the boiling trial but I don't think any trial gets in the job I just threw up my mouth right now all right maybe you maybe you take the a younger guy on your staff who you think is better and you let guys have him go out there I probably would now that I think about it yeah no if I'm playing for the number one seed why don't I don't I'm let me smack myself no way would I go with Jim Boylen into a tournament that meant something well that's my point otherwise you just or you come in with with low expectations but I I've you've got a chance to what I would think that of all the teams that that will be competing for the number one overall pick I keep the balls a bit of a shock to this it and then like again these are your stumbling into possible solutions because you're being forced to because of the pandemic you have to come up with ways to try and bridge the games that you haven't played yet but like Damian Lillard doesn't want to come back if there's nothing for him to play for but if like Portland has a chance and I don't know if Portland would be a team because they're out of it that would be playing for a spot in the regular post season or if they would be playing in a spot for the lottery I'm not sure there's a lot to work out here but at least it gives them a player like Damian Lillard if he's coming back for shot to make the post season he's in that he's playing for something and now all of a sudden you're putting together this young team you're conducting a training camp you're taking Kobe and when dal and Lowry and and you're hoping that idol Porter's healthy and you're hoping that your you can you can scout this team going into next year under a real turning point where there's real stakes on the line this number one pick could help there's no promises like Fred said you could still find a good player five but you'd always rather have the number one pick the fifth attack again and then what you would do is maybe you come up with this this solution the takeaway tanking in the big picture right so this doesn't just entertain as for now it entertains us down the road and it has staying power the one question I would have for it is is what incentive is there for someone like Damian Lillard who's probably already made in excess of a hundred million dollars to come back and play for a draft pick because if you're Damian Lillard and you're already on the cusp of what you think can be a championship team they went pretty far last year remember we're in Zion is available to be your teammate the next year I mean these players are hard to land while you know that free agent he's tougher team like Portland so what I can think that way but does a player who is going to have to come back getting sell players are the ones who recruit I guess the one who are trying to get so Portland doesn't always have a good chance to get a great free agent if you can be Portland and you could instead of having the tenth pick in the draft and your Damian Lillard sign long term wouldn't you want your team now all of a sudden you get the number one pick in possibly the following year be able to compete with the Lakers and the clippers it all sounds good but I just have a hard time believing he'd have the same in the Senate if he is in his stance is I don't want to come back for something that's not meaningful I find it hard to believe he have the same enthusiasm to come back for the draft lottery tournament so then it's a real turn incentivize it but the money had your protein you're getting your getting paid to play extra game you're playing extra games that we didn't make the playoffs so my my plane an extra turn if I make the plans I'm sorry I'm gonna playoff bonus what was the plan a picnic to play for free I thought still peace plan was that this is going to isn't this going to to be a part of the five or six games so you would get a pool of teams to get to that again just like the NHL is taking more than their sixteen that normally yeah yeah so what I'm saying is if it works and you want to do this moving forward in addition to the eighty two games are already expected to play and you're not getting a playoff bonus because your didn't make the playoffs but you will have to play this extra permanent because your support you because now we your organization while you were good enough to compete in the regular season now we want you to compete in this tournament because we stripped you of all of your assets the tank but now because that's not working we need you to play in this tournament because you're out there by yourself Daimler's sorry but you know we were good enough to win make the playoffs it's a valid point so now you need to incentivize it how much is how much is a term it could be worse well we're gonna era yeah right yeah going to give it to you to give a player what fifty grand to play one hundred I don't know the winning team should get a million Bucks or something like that look I'm a I'm and divided up like get given five million money for some guys that tip money but I I'm with you know I think you do I think you make a great point you have to incentivize it to make sure that they will be involved again now is the time to experiment it's like what we said about the about the you know the all star game pay that you know the winning teams everyone gets in a half mill you know in the in basement do something get even rich people like more money ask the owners right yeah given MVP the MVP of the tournament give them a million dollars you don't think of a baseball players appear like an extra couple million right now she's we need to talk about that I I don't know if you guys I I acted this out with my son it was the whole look in Captain America against Darth Vader and someone else who I don't know who this guy is but my son is Tommy another villain from the Star Wars yes yes I'd need to o'clock hour violence so he's been brought to you by.

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"craxi" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"Sound for you to take the the loan that could be completely forgiven. Got It okay, so, but for some reason you're not taking the the PP loan. There is a benefit potential benefit to employers where you can take, and you can not pay FICA taxes and. Payroll taxes for the rest of I believe twenty twenty, and then you owe fifty percent of that in two, thousand, twenty, one and fifty percent of that amount in two twenty twenty two, so basically they're deferring payroll taxes to kind of give you a tax, break or tax holiday this year Craxi Wanna be sure that it's not in conflict, but again then perhaps you do the SBA loan and credit like that if that works out better. Would if you're not paying employees right now, so yes, so you definitely want to get some guidance on which one you can apply and not use it, but if you need to get an Aq-, and then figure it out I, would say get nick you in and figure it out and then go backwards from there then look at which can I bring? Bring my staff back on. Am I able to keep my tease the same. If you have a change of employee count, they're telling you. You have to bring it back up in order to take that payroll protection alone. So what if you fired somebody hire somebody else 'cause. It's not saying keep bad employee's, but you WANNA. Keep that count the same that's. That's how they're going to measure whether you follow it. The guidelines are not got it. That makes sense so basically. If you're asking for a certain amount of money under the P P. P That's that's your average monthly payroll that pays a certain number of people. They WANNA find that you're still paying at least that number of people that you paying. Paying when they're calculation was done, so one of the questions I keep getting asked is. Does that count for fulltime employees? End Part time employees, 'cause we hear Fte lot. Yes, as long if you're using the two thousand nineteen calculation had fulltime employees and part time employees. You just want to have that same count for this eight week period, so basically you. You Really WanNa let somebody go wait for months. Fire them, so we WanNa make sure that your forgiveness is is not being impacted by the employee count, which is part of that forgiveness. Awesome, that's great. Are there any programs that we haven't talked about? Here? Are those kind of the two big ones plus the Vicha holiday, the payroll tax holiday are those. Those the big ones. Are there any others that we should be talking about the only other Wednesday? We're talking about in my area. Are The as so? I would recommend I was on a Florida. A Conversation I've been getting on every single Webinar. I can get on and they have different programs than New Jersey has so I can tell you state. State to state. The FDA is not only coming out with programs. They are coming out with programs that do not conflict with anything. The government is offering so you have your state funded ones and your government, and they're being very careful to not duplicate or staff or being conflict, so you can take the state money and not worry about the federal money. Money. The only thing I can warn you about is. Don't pay raw out of those funds. If you'RE GONNA use the paycheck, protection went so I just I'm super concerned about forgiveness and people being able to take advantage of that sir. You just want to make sure you know. The rules so when it comes time to apply for that forgiveness..

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"craxi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A this is show that is been highly anticipated for a lot of us in Chicago, we've been talking. I've, I've talked about it a couple of times now, you know, it's got a buzz. So now that, you know, it's coming out this summer and the air dates are about to be released. How does it feel? It's hard to stop smiling. I don't know if you've ever tried to stop smiling stop laughing when somebody one of your best friends, Craxi joke, and you just whatever you just can't stop. It's hard to stop smiling, and it's hard stop smiling because it's been a complete labor of love. I mean, from the moment we thought about the project started doing the project and during the show in, in the writing room and all of a special writers and then just comedy man. I I'm very proud of his project. I'm I love it. Mike a newborn child. And I'm waiting like in the maternity ward of shows when the when the maternity baby comes I'm standing there waiting, so that's how I feel. I mean Karl up for us I wanna get into lane forty four stuff as well as some of them. I mean, this is as kind of summed it up. These are a couple of entrepreneurs on the sell side, who are continually coming up with the next big thing, they're looking for their side hustle. Tell us the plot. Well, I would say I'm gonna I'm gonna speak to the character of Simon and that's the character that I play on the show, and one of the things that he represents on the show as his character is how most Chicagoans have a side hustle, because it's so hard to make it as a blue collar worker in his world. You gotta be doing something extra. So he represents everybody who tries to do it the right way. But guess knockback who tries to get aside, hold side hustle. And that's taken away. So he is the guy that represents the undying spirit of Chicagoans who, who are trying to better their locks now. You guys fought and succeeded in shooting this in Chicago. This is a big part of the experience, because we had yellow riddle in here talking about how this show had to be shot in Chicago couldn't be on. The sound stage somewhere. This was important to the creators.

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"craxi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Got a slowdown. Get les. Mis us we the Pantages. Girls night out. Fox may busy week. I know it's too busy for me. Too busy. I gotta get outta here. Busy special guests on the podcast today. Should we say who it is? I guess it's remarkable stuff. By the podcast show sideshow. So the so many things going on here. Now, Joe would like to bring to the table for you. As you start your day and head into the officer a list illicit may be able to help you calling list. I don't know what we would call it a cosmopolitan put this together. And it's just took from everything from movies from song lyrics interviews with celebrities quotes to help you through a break-up. Okay. This is a collection of quotes. Help you through. Less. Okay. But I don't know about you guys. But I'm currently navigating through a break up. You're doing great. Thank you. You know, sometimes we're such a family here discuss discussing. I want to say you're both doing great. You're both great, including the including this is your brother, you know. So that's a big thing. It can be awkward, but you guys are both doing great. You have a wonderful work relationship. And what's more important? I think you to have made a wonderful personal relationships. And I appreciate you both. We're all grownups. Cow. Some people heard that for the first time today in the year that you'll going through this break up through a divorce and things don't work out sometimes, but so many people are going through that here in southern California. That has helped me so much is you're seeing a quote like this on Instagram or something because you know, they've been there. Knowing that one other person kind of feels what you're feeling right now it hopes. Okay. I love this list that they put together this first one is from Jennifer, Jennifer Aniston, and she says there are many stages of grief. It said something coming to an end Craxi open in a way Craxi open to feeling, but when you try to avoid the pain it creates greater pain see want to tackle that pain power through. Picturing Brad Pitt that whole time. I'm sorry. I don't know why. That was he's a hunt. Dude. Lopez said, you've got gotta value yourself at know that you're worth everything. And until you value yourself enough in love yourself enough to know that you can't really have a healthy relationship. So focus on that self love during this time riana said just believe that the heartbreak was a gift in itself cry if you have to, but it won't be forever. You will find love again. It'll be even more beautiful. In the meantime, enjoy all that you are are these quotes like, I wonder stay, right? You words long by chance. I'm just wondering if they're taking them for somewhere else to really get that from somewhere else it, you know for somewhere else. No. I think this is legit words there. That's a good point. Okay. Good. Okay. Lyrics. Good time won't fly. It's like I'm paralyzed by it I'd like to be my old self again. But I'm still trying to find it. I like that. Time won't fly. When you're waiting for something to go by time on fly, you know, clearly crashing and set. And I think this might have been from somebody else. I don't think she came up with this one. Khloe on blast. Nobody else. Get them blessed close. This wasn't exactly like from her. She just reposted this quote. Gotcha. Don't judge my path. If you haven't walked my journey. Oh, yeah. I remember that one we know this from her she's at have enough courage to trust love one more time and always one more time. No, she actually got that from snooky. That was my Angela ripped off was. All right. My last one. From you. Okay. Here we go. I'm very well. Known for this. Okay. Sometimes the strength within you is not a big fiery flame for all to see is just a tiny spark that with whispers ever. So softly, you got this going that one was mama June. What happens with that tiny spark eventually? A little bit of bear on it that fired rose to roaring flame that flame is consuming and powerful and makes you rise up to the point where you can say don't cry over spilled male. Go ahead, spill some more milk. Whatever what I meant. I've said it before it's a great quote of mine. Thank you. Joe? Let's coming headline lawsuit against a very popular TV show has been dropped. After a change of heart will tell.

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"craxi" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

Comedians Interviewing Musicians

05:49 min | 3 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

"Craxi? Jeez. That's about. Good. Would do if will leave. And it's oh. And even. Doughnut. Go. News. Oh, mama. We is that. I will. Was soon. My fee if he bit greater than last, and it's. And it's. Well. Down. Sing t. Blue. It will. And the future hall was much. All goal is gone philmont empty glass. Don't expect do you with all that's to see. I'll tell was bell. When no. Should go. It. Without? Well. Even. Win on a goal. No. And even love. We've. I know. The Reverend few you high love that we read what we did when our research. We found out that y'all are pretty big Bob's burgers fans. We'd love Bob's grow. Hoping you would something. Oh, yes. She she got connects not like. I was on hurston shawls show away. Yeah. Yeah. I got to meet her. It was like right before. Halloween, says she was dressed like we'll be cushion. Was awesome. I helped you know, put the hat out a little bit. You know, it really look like cushion. She's very nicely. She's gonna be by. Little cast. Tell her we need to cover that song that stuff happens about broom. I can't stop singing sleeping. Just happening over and over. Yeah. We've talked about Bob's burgers like show, all too. Cost you know in costume. Have you ever Halloween cost? You talked about we thought about it this year sister and her fiancee's, Bob, and Linda and then mailed it she crazy ugly wig. It was perfectly shaped that's gonna steal it as Linda's my favorite. Well, I think Tina I cannot take favorite. They're all too. Good. Yeah. Shutout tebow's, burgers, yell at. Italy fall asleep to every night last internet was out. And I was like the quarto Mr. go to bed. Talk to each other. Then. I know your day, you know, we're out. Yeah. I binge it. It's ungodly just. That I need. I need to be in a coupling where my going to sleep routine is. Bob's burgers. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Taking notes. Becky Joe's boyfriend. Yeah. He here one of the problems, she'll fall asleep anything, and I have to finish the episode get done with one. I'm like do another one. It's like fifteen later. I'm like have that. Boring for hours has that ever gotten the better of you with anything else like like, ancient aliens or something like that? You're just like what? All the time. So we watched this one show like well, you kinda want. I fifteen minutes if everything watch the next episode she like, wait, what's happening back it up. You can't skip that intro whether like previously on whatever you find him in the morning, like watching friends files are murderers everywhere want you to know if anybody finds me early in the morning, watching friends files send. Time to go to bed. Okay. Put this big ETI is down. It's eight thirty. Speaking of television, you.

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"craxi" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Sound foundation under your home's absolutely. So, you know, one of the problems we're having so much right now is all the all the rain, and we cover that before just how saturated the ground gets. And of course, your home. You think about it is really really heavy. So what did he do? What happens when you put something really heavy on really soft soil. Thanks. So, you know, some research that that that our company has done tells us that most homeowners typically on average weight about six years from the first time, they notice a problem too. When they actually call in an expert to to come in diagnose, the problem and tell them what it's going to take to fix it, and what can happen in those six years, we go through periods of heavy rain. And then we go through drought conditions and all those changes in the soil, the moisture content in the soil can just reek havoc on your house. And so, you know, really the most important thing you can do is as soon as us notice as you start seeing a problem calling an expert, we do free inspections. So we can come in. And and tell you what's going on. But you know, we have we deal with foundation issues, you know, water issues trading, mold wood rot. You know, the differences between conventional and slab foundations you you have issues with both some customers prefer one over another. But all houses have their issues with with settlement. So you know, there's there's a lot we can talk about. And of course, just the redeemers group. You know, our our company purpose, and what we stand for. And that's just taking care of her customers. We can talk more about that. But you know, the big thing is act now, you know, if you've got us a settlement issue near nursing Craxi and drywall cracks in the brick things like that it can get exponentially more expensive the longer you, wait. Whereas if you take action fix the problem, stabilize it, then you're not dealing with as many issues down the road. And it says less costly in the long run. I know you're gonna I'm I'm in that later in the show, you can kind of described us what a a warning sign. What type of crack in drywall, what type of crack in the bricks and stuff would be a little? A bit of a ominous sign in which ones could be pretty benign. But of course, you're going out. There you go out you guys go out there free. Right. Absolutely. It does to give an.

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"craxi" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It is long overdue. I did my due diligence in choosing my painters and not show certapro painters. Hey, this is Belinda Skelton. Certapro painters stood out among all the others. I talked to their professionalism and their customer service were what really sold me I felt like they really listen to what I wanted. And then they communicated how they were gonna make it happen to mass satisfaction. I'm about the pickiest person ever. The certapro painters delivered and exceeded my expectations every time I do a project with them. Whether it's interior or exterior each certapro painter's business is independently owned and operated, so they're right here in your community. If you have any painting needs at your home, go to the best. I that Serta pro painters column. Eight hundred goes Serta, our visit them on the web at certapro dot com. That's Certa with a C Serta pro painters. We do painting you do life winters time to hibernate, right? Certainly not the head outside and look around the house chores done. No. That's not the case at all. Because your home is your biggest investment, Doug Turnbull here. And the biggest problem just about that. You can have is foundation trouble. And if you see Craxi your walls or ceiling, the doors don't close correctly, or you notice of Craxi your foundation, call the experts that I called what I thought I had a problem mar Beckham and Atlanta RAB Jack foundation repair is all they do. Get your free estimate at Atlanta, Ray of Jack dot com. This is WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish. Looking ahead.

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"craxi" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"craxi" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Five Mark. Welcome. Oh, yes, sir. Hi, how are you? Yes, sir. Fine. Good. My problem is while I got I got to one is in my basement. I noticed a big crack in the floor. This is a very old house was built in the nineteen fifties. And does that mean the foundation bad or what do I do with not necessarily? I mean, nobody wants to have a crack in the floor. How big is to crack in the floor ain't got big spout. Well, if he. Can you get a pencil lead in it? Yeah. They're the best. Okay. Okay. So no, you're it's probably more like the concrete is shrinking more than the foundation is failing. How the house? Oh, God, I think it was built in nineteen. I'm gonna go with one thousand nine hundred fifty and does water come through that crack. Now, I've never noticed Ben. Okay. And so how long has it been there? I just noticed that about years ago. I thought you're gonna tell me nineteen fifty one. Happens a lot. So here's what I would do. If you look downstairs in my basement, I would not be surprised to find Jimmy Hoffa. There you go. You might be there. Here's what I would do Mark. If you don't have any water coming through it. You don't have any other issues going through it just have a small crack that you can get your fingernail in just get a product like that quick creek Craxi oil, and it is a self leveling, latex. And you can pour it directly into that crack it until gets the surface and sealed up, and and the only reason you're see on it for two reasons in my in my opinion, you're see on it to keep raid on from penetrating into the house. That's number one. More importantly, you're going to feel better. And it's going to look a little better. But it's really not causing any problems it smooth. There's no water.

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"craxi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Up in chain these out periodically. I'd like to find something where I don't have to job. Off the wire off. So these these fixtures. I mean the ball is in the fixture. You've got to replace the fixture. You can't just replace the ball built. It's all built together. Bouncing they're they're very shallow. And they're mounted on. Jay boxes are pancakes. You know? That'd be a really good question. I should've asked our lighting expert. I had last hour, right? Because I've got a floodlight in the backyard, and I put it in. And after I put it in. I'm going out. And with those the smartest thing to do. It was you know, it's all one fixture. Can't replace the ball. It is forty thousand rated forty thousand hours raid, I start doing the thing things just on a motion detector tests that can be a problem. Right. But then I thought more wealth a problem. It could be. Well, I hope it's not it becomes a problem. So yeah. All right. Thank you very much. Thank you, take care. My my right and. Yeah. Something going on there for sure let's get to Cheryl, Cheryl, welcome. Gary. We're actually Facebook friends as well. So I saw that you were going to be doing a live show today. And I was really happy that I got through just now. Very good. Yeah. All the shows, by the way for folks. No, I I shouldn't say all of them every now, and then I take off, but almost every show on Saturday and Sunday is a new live show. Okay. Okay. Good. You know, and you're looking at your pictures of your grandkids. And all that. Oh, yeah. They keep me trouble. In fact, I think one of them just gave me a bad cold. So I'm not too happy. Yeah. They're little germ factories. Are there little teach reach issues? So we had a a new house built three years ago. And there were some normal what they called normal settling cracks along the floor and walls in the basement. And now, of course of warranties expired, and I was down there a couple of weeks ago. And I notice a pretty big crack near the the stairwell. And I I talked to the guy just to see what he would recommend. And he said DAT. Concrete cox. So we went and bought some that. I was reading a label. Yeah, I'm a nurse. I'm a little concerned because it sounds pretty neuro toxic. And I'm just wondering if you are aware of a safer product. And also how this product would be applied if you if you have any pearls Zada urethane. Yes. I think it is. Not so sure that your thing. Should he be used indoors? Right on right on tell me again about that crack it's in the floor. Yes. Yeah. Okay. In how wide is it. It's probably about. I don't know. Maybe an eighth a quarter inch wide. So a beat of caulking would fit in there. I think so. Yeah. You're very observant. Yeah. That that that product should not be used indoors. If it's your thing base. And there are better products out there. In fact, talk about quick read quick made for years, a self leveling urethane crack filler which I recommend it on this show for driveways and sidewalks outside for years and years and years. Okay. They even changed their formulation last year. And now, they're self leveling crack fillers and acrylic. It's not your thing. Comes in a caulking too. You can certainly use that. But I don't even think you need to use that indoors. There's another quick re product. I think I'd recommend is their water flow. And in that, or is it just a crack? It's just a crack that you know. I've I've read a lot about stuff like this. And I just want to ward it off at the pass located fifty four before it gets worse. So quick read also makes one it isn't acrylic. Also, it comes in a court jug. So we don't have temperature variations in crazy stuff going on indoor. So there's going to be less expansion contraction less widening of the crack. This particular thing comes in court, judge it's about the consistency of a of a milkshake so thinner than the other product that was talking about it is self leveling. It's simply can be porter squeezed into that cracking. It'll level win. You might have to come back. Put a second code on it. Sealing them up as a good reason. Because a if you have any radon gas behind underneath your floor that keeps right on gas from coming in any cracks in a floor should be sealed just to keep right on out. That's what I would use. That's it's just called Craxi. Oh, just grassy gray milkshake in a corked bottle with a little nozzle that you squeeze squeeze right in there. Okay. Well,.

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"craxi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"You need to. Back aggressively and wait for Craxi. What do I mean by pullback aggressively? If you're nimble, admittedly, a big if you might want to ring the register on about half of your portfolio. Yeah. That's right. Not have to stocks. But half the shares in each position that way all the time to cash on the sidelines that you can use the buyback your favorite stocks at lower levels with the storm is even if you're not at all nimble, you shouldn't be selling something to raise some cash when that Ostler getting that I buy from the S and P P company hits plus five, and okay, I understand maybe just want to take a little off. But people regressive wanna take a lot because that doesn't happen. Very often. By the same token when the later hits minus fought it means the market is incredibly over soul in that situation. We've usually come down so far so fast that were due for at least a term balance. It's work like that for years. That's a good place to put your cash to work if you haven't already by that point if the life cycle of cele- worst case scenario, there's no storm stocks go higher, and you underperform the average is because you have such a large cash position all admit that's a real risk. But look at it this way using this methodology my hedge fund, I gave my investors at compound twenty four percent return fees that was more than twice with ESPN five hundred getting them over the same period. As I say that's pretty strong evidence that avoiding losses on big down days. More than makes up for the possibility of missing some partial games on the big updates. Now. Let's talk about the other component of realistic investing. Yes, you need to accept that meaningful. Sell-offs are inevitable like weather, but you also need to stop yourself from making this decisions based on misleading emotions and the worst of those emotions is hope hope whenever I hear the word hope as in. I hope that doom stock does your we'll come back to where I bought it. So I can sell without thinking loss. I get furious. Or is remember the hope is not part of the equation repeat? After me hope it's not part of the equation, don't hope for anything hope is a motion, pure and simple. And this is not a game of a motion, or at least not jerem oceans every stock you won't because you hope it goes higher is another position in portfolio. Oh, that's not being filled by stock. You believe we'll go higher yet. I hear hope constantly that's fine. If we're talking about religion or sports, you know, the coaches some of these come from behind NCAA men's basketball teams, keep their players motivated to hope, but in the stock business hope it's a mistake. Why because it's the plants reason, especially when we're talking about stocks that trade in the single digits you tell yourself. Hey, I bought this at five dollars. Now, it's four dollars. I hope it goes back to five dollars. Then I'll sell how hard could it be to go from four dollars to five dollars right wrong. No company ever sits out to have a single digit stock. Most companies will fight tooth and nail to keep their stocks from going into single digit territory. So when you find something it sells for just a few bucks. The market is already rendered a harsh judgment. When you let hope become part of the equation. You can end up holding these low quality pieces of paper waiting for something. That will never happen. Forget hope. Ping. I forget waiting for higher prices. I say the thing to do is to cut your losses and move on to a stock. You can actually see can see going hard stock that you had done the work and believe will go higher, and it's not because a hope, but because of reason the bottom line it pays me realistic in this business. So prepare yourself for corrections. Big pullback, so great..

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"craxi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"You need to. Back aggressively and wait for Craxi. What do I mean by pullback aggressively? If you're nimble, admittedly, a big if you might want to ring the register on about half of your portfolio. Yeah. That's right. Not have to stocks. But half the shares in each position that way all the time to cash on the sidelines that you can use the buyback your favorite stocks at lower levels with the storm is even if you're not at all nimble, you shouldn't be selling something to raise some cash when that Ostler getting that I buy from the S and P P company hits plus five, and okay, I understand maybe just want to take a little off. But people regressive wanna take a lot because that doesn't happen. Very often. By the same token when the later hits minus fought it means the market is incredibly over soul in that situation. We've usually come down so far so fast that were due for at least a term balance. It's work like that for years. That's a good place to put your cash to work if you haven't already by that point if the life cycle of cele- worst case scenario, there's no storm stocks go higher, and you underperform the average is because you have such a large cash position all admit that's a real risk. But look at it this way using this methodology my hedge fund, I gave my investors at compound twenty four percent return fees that was more than twice with ESPN five hundred getting them over the same period. As I say that's pretty strong evidence that avoiding losses on big down days. More than makes up for the possibility of missing some partial games on the big updates. Now. Let's talk about the other component of realistic investing. Yes, you need to accept that meaningful. Sell-offs are inevitable like weather, but you also need to stop yourself from making this decisions based on misleading emotions and the worst of those emotions is hope hope whenever I hear the word hope as in. I hope that doom stock does your we'll come back to where I bought it. So I can sell without thinking loss. I get furious. Or is remember the hope is not part of the equation repeat? After me hope it's not part of the equation, don't hope for anything hope is a motion, pure and simple. And this is not a game of a motion, or at least not jerem oceans every stock you won't because you hope it goes higher is another position in portfolio. Oh, that's not being filled by stock. You believe we'll go higher yet. I hear hope constantly that's fine. If we're talking about religion or sports, you know, the coaches some of these come from behind NCAA men's basketball teams, keep their players motivated to hope, but in the stock business hope it's a mistake. Why because it's the plants reason, especially when we're talking about stocks that trade in the single digits you tell yourself. Hey, I bought this at five dollars. Now, it's four dollars. I hope it goes back to five dollars. Then I'll sell how hard could it be to go from four dollars to five dollars right wrong. No company ever sits out to have a single digit stock. Most companies will fight tooth and nail to keep their stocks from going into single digit territory. So when you find something it sells for just a few bucks. The market is already rendered a harsh judgment. When you let hope become part of the equation. You can end up holding these low quality pieces of paper waiting for something. That will never happen. Forget hope. Ping. I forget waiting for higher prices. I say the thing to do is to cut your losses and move on to a stock. You can actually see can see going hard stock that you had done the work and believe will go higher, and it's not because a hope, but because of reason the bottom line it pays me realistic in this business. So prepare yourself for corrections. Big pullback, so great..

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"craxi" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"craxi" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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President Trump's lawyer calls for end to Russia collusion investigation

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:00 min | 4 years ago

President Trump's lawyer calls for end to Russia collusion investigation

"World news tonight with david muir is brought to you by indeed dot com post your next job opening on the world's number one job site tonight we're following several breaking stories the president's top attorney calling for the russia investigation to now be shut down this just hours after the deputy director of the fbi andrew mccabe is fired also breaking tonight president trump versus stormy daniels president clinton don't feel star breach the competence yell agreement and could now oh him more than twenty million dollars plus bedevil stating images flattened vehicles finally being pulled from that bridge collapsed in miami to craxi days before the tragedy and the apparent miscalculation just two hours before all came down high speed help stolen car going eighty miles for our small town the police trying to catch up tonight the driver who stepped in to help forcing the alleged crooks to ditch the car and run adc this is abc news tonight hegarty evening thanks for joining us on this saturday i'm tom llamas and we begin tonight with major developments out of the white house the president's top attorney today calling for special counsel robert mueller's investigation to be shut down this just hours after deputy director andrew mccabe was fired just two days from retiring the president taking a twitter where he has taunted mccabe in recent months mr trump's ally say mccabe tried to undermine the president and details now emerging that similar old boss james komi mccabe kept detailed memo's of all of his interactions with the president a source telling abc news those documents are now in the hands of the special counsel abc's tara palmeri at the white house tonight starting us off tonight and aggressive switches strategy from president trump legal team lead attorney john dowd calling for an end to the russian investigation pressing.

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