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Drive-thru Phase 1A vaccinations begin Monday at Lake County Fairgrounds

Bob Sirott

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Drive-thru Phase 1A vaccinations begin Monday at Lake County Fairgrounds

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"dot lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"dot lake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Section Bestival use your new manager with sanitizing the handles when he looked over at a woman she looked at him proceeded to lick the door handle of a freezer door what what Kirsty people people are nice you Steve dot lake also evolution man like what I'm in a protest something by licking it also again so it's kind of like this do I want to go here when I was younger when I had young children people would say to me I don't believe in pacifying heirs to which I would say that's it's just not really it's not like a belief system yeah it's like a thing right so like same with corona virus and a lot of other things started yeah right coronavirus isn't something you believe or protest against it's just a thing that exists in the world yeah you can't let get away honey you can't get you nasty nasty man city yeah I got news for you the credit by Rhys response your protests looting going give it to you hi yeah knock knock I'm here she was not charged because I think the owner felt like bad for her but she was prohibited from ever entering festival foods again which is a good thing because the last thing I need to worry about of all the things I've been worrying about it is that somebody is is that like licking doorknobs the frozen section liquor yeah no thank I just love how the the manager was sanitizing door handles looks over she looks at him and then I just you know like what do you want yeah medially when sanitized good handle feeling sanitizer miles yeah for next story we are going to Florida eighteen I mean I don't know that I really want to go right now right now this is true we don't have to this will virtually go there only to talk about twenty seven year old Jose Herrera here's what had happened the police in Orlando Florida I got a call on Monday about a guy trying to buy jewelry and gift cards with a stolen debit card Hey it was in fact twenty seven year old Jose Herrera when he saw the cops coming for him he thought oh dear I better hide this debit card so what did you do how did he hide it Bradley but it Dennis Hopper well he did put it in there but it wasn't one of them you're thinking of you put it in his mouth she would happen either this is not the time he was an act of course able to swallow the debit card before the cops got him because I don't know I don't even have to put in my mouth and try to chew on it to know that things not going down easy okay but the cops for sure like Sir but out your debit we we see you you're chewing on your debit card and at that point he was still trying to hide the evidence and they searched him they found a white baggy I'm sorry bag of white powder this pocket I wonder what that was tell what's really funny about that is what he told them immediately the man who was trying to eat the debit card trying to hide that immediately said to the cops when they found the bag in his pocket I'm not gonna lie that's cocaine okay so he felt worse about the credit card also I now do you wanna ever eat a credit card no do you really want to even try to carve out her coming out I'm just saying I'm also gonna leave a mark I hope no no lymph Hoff offer whatever her name was Lynn fart if they just say that yeah in a way instantly I hope she had left the car yeah no kidding well how about this there's this there's a possibility he had one of her cards because they're also thirteen others cards edit card on him he has been hit with several charges okay I'm sure one of the most drugs possession I'm not gonna lie it's cocaine me thank you right yeah I mean I'm pretty sure the cops didn't think you were carrying around a little bag of powdered sugar yeah wouldn't it be hilarious if you were engaging in criminal behavior and you knew you might get caught that you purposely just carry around a bag of powdered sugar just seeing you like but it's not insured and they're like oh actually it is and then they're distracted by that it's like my storytelling technique where when a sense that I'm going awry in the story I say and then I found forty dollars and then everybody's more concerned about the forty dollars and they are about the dumb story I was just really go yeah then about forty dollars you did you see it works okay can we go back to Florida yeah or stay in Florida rather I want to tell you about a heist that was thwarted yesterday after an astute hotel security guard paid attention this involved on hell and none does seek to pricing that role K. he's thirty one and he was discovered doing some stuff okay so according to police a guard at the Marriott hotel in Orlando was doing a patrol at about one thirty nine AM on Thursday when he spotted Mr Aaron and didn't seem to doing the following pushing a blank toward his blank okay it's not as you see if you wanna see okay okay I just wanna isolate back how do you see did I wanted I don't know where you want to isolate he was pushing eight carts full of watermelons toward his elderly neighbor okay close not all okay pushing the trashcan toward his Honda van when the suspect reached his vehicle he removed a bag from the Camden place it inside his vehicle the body oh wait it's worse now the guard thought that was suspicious so he peeked through the band's window and noticed the bag was full of legs words toilet paper he was totally toilet he was feeling the toilet paper so I get it yeah yes so he had I thought he was trying to get the trash can close by so you can throw your body oh no no no he but he was have the bag with her in the trash can move the trend god we wouldn't see him carrying papers all of them so then the security guard was like Hey what are you doing and he said oh I took the toilet paper and so then they called cops and found out that he had sixty six rolls of toilet paper valued okay this needs to be reconsidered the bag cops say contain sixty six rolls of toilet paper valued at ninety nine cents apiece okay I mean what kind of toilet paper was this I don't know that the complaints well okay can we quit I want to do this really quick so how many how many toilet paper rolls were in there sixty sixty six yeah okay so I have I'm not kidding this is a thing I have a toilet paper calculator okay so if he's one person that mean you do math with toilet paper and toilet paper calculator are you here in just a second so how about we don't average how many times do you think he would need to use that toilet paper a day maybe twice twice because he would last five hundred twenty eight days during the quarantine with that wow okay so that's worth some stock yeah I'm just saying hello he was trying to take care of business anyway he was arrested for his do do don't Hey I'm booked on a twenty five hundred dollar bond oh my god yeah excessively this is the time I also don't want to go to jail I mean I don't ever want to go to jail but really right now right now so I feel like I'm just I I'm trying to break no laws I'm trying to not get sick I'm just I'm just trying to do the right thing 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"dot lake" Discussed on The Prememento Podcast

The Prememento Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"dot lake" Discussed on The Prememento Podcast

"So I think, it's fair to infer the two of them respective of what had gone a year previously one necessarily the best of friends one especially gieco perspective with dignified silence is probably the preferred course based on the following season city where they do even less in the league. Cup. Fourth they win the League Cup. But that's the season when they get. To. Champions League semi final. For the first time. They lose one nil aggregate to rail. Madrid. We'll. I remember it was an absolute pasting. That city got an apprentice. Ship this is outrageous kind of what's going on. You've lost one nil Torralba trid are pretty sure. went onto win it. And then free as in arrive you've got no history when an no history of the tournament that loan kind of. Vinyl. Don't talk your Shit your -rageous. This is a disgrace wherever ultimately Pellegrini was the right man for the job taking it forward is a different question but I think it'd be just they're going to fuck you expect. pinks. There's again with Manchester City with a law clubs actually the have a lot of money and a story. So many threats with which to Paula and the European thing. I'M GONNA come back to. But what we'll do is with Pellegrini as though insinuated not a few minutes ago we have to link back to unfortunately for me I season a success in terms of winning for me league in two, thousand, thirteen fourteen, and ultimately if we are to remove the. Challenges of which include Chelsea. Eyeball Dot Lake Google it. And one of the most overlooked seasons. In all of Premier League history I think is Jato Race Twenty, seven, hundred, twenty, fourteen. He was everything that we thought we were going to get from that kind of midfielder off even go so far as to size the, it might be one of the best midfield seasons. I. Is Super Interesting within all of this is the you've got I climax to a citizen which doesn't really necessarily involve much as sixty too much..

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"dot lake" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"dot lake" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Forty nine to twenty seven three and we does that talking about the election and these candidates and who's supporting who Dudley from Florida how are you hello deadly dot lake of mourning that lay off I don't I don't know was our No was going on with that like I said we we you know we've been talking about this virus I remember on president trump's campaign that I make make America great got a make America great again and when you think about what's happening and how number forty five is approaching this whole OB run a virus his response in on this past Friday president Donald Trump visited the headquarters of the centers for disease and prevention and Friday admit his administration's push to try to control the spread of the Colbert nineteen the disease that has been caused by this coronavirus first observed in China but in a press conference during that visit they said trump did little to help Americans understand the government's response to the virus instead spreading misinformation while using the public health crisis for his own self advancement the president spent much of the press conference working odd to really convince the public his administration has this corona virus under way and so we are always saying that he's saying that we have to make sure that we are OB trying to handle this coronavirus don't even worry about it the government has it under control and that and that's one of the main things that he tried to do when he came here on this past Friday and so for instance you know a lot of things about this coronavirus is still unclear it is unclear how many people actually have been infected by the virus due to a delay in testing it has become increasingly clear in recent days that there are Americans infected with the virus across the country at the number of confirmed Colbert nineteen cases are in the United States have far more doubled in the past week it is increasingly growing rapidly throughout various states of New York City reported over a hundred and ten confirmed cases this morning is growing considerably in various counties here in Georgia and throughout the country throughout various states and we want to make sure that we don't just take it lightly and so as we're looking at the efforts of our president all these stories just trying to calm your fears is that Hey listen don't even worry about it but when you go out to the stores they're running out of inventory they're also limiting how many are packages of Lysol wipes and disinfectant wipes and and Lysol spray that you can even purchase so it's a it's a real major major situation that's going on but our president I guess in his efforts to make America great again he's downplaying this whole situation let's go back up to our phone lines delayed hi how are you Julie do you L. Y. like a duly elected president like the duly elected mayor elected me like the government is doing that deadly deadly is all white people well I'm not home well Dooley I'm so glad to have you call me good how are you doing I'm all right you know work when I listen to the black leadership in Chicago aha and look at this big their typical situation is a cargo how many people are murdered every day in Chicago in the black community and all of the back found him in the neck leaves in Chicago and they can do nothing to stop it it is far different Jackson and Jesse Jackson told me boulder it is very reliant I would go right and meet their goal right it was a real life I would go there it doesn't activate anything to me I would do exactly the opposite well I don't know why why is that I mean because I know that he lost a lot of support from I don't I just don't like yours in Jackson I never have I been here some a newer model became been assassinated there's probably a conspiracy theory does based on on but I did nag I got negativity toward this exact that I don't care who think whatever they think about but I just I just never have liked it okay and that's just personal use hearing aids done nothing to me personally I just don't like it but there were explored new don't jump at all Bernie Sanders by what he said about cancel I'm not a communist I'm not a communist sympathizer but I do know this I do know that the white people from greatness and and and Israel will still be down there in South Africa running back people like they were back in the seventeen hundred if I had not been for Cuba because the Cuban troops we're down in South Africa they ran a wife moved out of South Africa no he didn't say that now I noted the white human down there in Miami because I I live in Florida I'm in Pensacola that white people are treated if necessary no racism in Cuba but so why Cubans are trying to divide the white people up here and when they come up here they also be identified human only nationalistic thing but ethnically the identifiers why did this is why it is George Bush yeah you're right you're absolutely right yeah yeah it is a separatism it is a separate yeah yeah but not not what what was here in the desert deadwood when Castro took over he made sure that the black people are all people thank you will we're literate because they kept them in servitude by keeping a moderate you were have almost a ninety nine to ninety eight percent literacy rate which meaning the only people that are not literate and you are really really split because special needs people like you know yeah I have yeah low level development but they got more documented fact when I went to the million man March yeah to what was there African Americans want to come to Cuba thank you to be trained as medical doctors will treat that they could call you got a bump you will right right yeah well some Europeans got an agenda and and it it it it really sickens me that my source is between three decrepit female white guys you know forty five why didn't sound of all geriatrics senior citizens they need to go to a nursing home it's time for young people delete and then when you see that you know that the that the corporate society is really run in this country it's because that's who they want that's not who we won't we don't want them to feel like **** so you're saying at the end of the day that you're left with the only three choices yes our decrepit races the corporate sitting out in the cricket crazy I hear you I hear you regardless of the party whether democratic or Republican I have which is a we all work god has been running this country from the get go who would you rather see president all right all right right you would rather see yourself or someone like you right yeah the government that doesn't reflect where when the Democratic Party backbone of the Democratic Party is minorities women and African American and that's who represent us may come on before yeah I hear yeah I hear you certainly don't want to see Rev Jesse Jackson I you're not really a big surprise all right Jack not personal Jesse Jackson I just don't like you all right thank you duly appreciated thanks for calling from Florida for a for a ninety twenty seven of the reason for the call it is on point with Wandle installs idea news and talk we are thirteen eighty W. A. okay close to four oh four eight nine two two seven oh three our news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. okay Hey Greg I'm so sorry to hear about your brother's heart attack thanks he's okay now but it really got me thinking about my family you know could my wife still pay our mortgage if I had a heart problem okay my kids to go to college that is really scary yeah you should call my life insurance agent health IQ when I got life insurance for my family last year these save me forty one.

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"dot lake" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"dot lake" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"Was totally leg again. I'm doing this for money. Yeah I mean it's like your smartest involve entertainment. It's like it has its own demon like there's clearly addressed clearly a hook instead to it and we're not and and also just to clarify. We're not seeing all satanists or or bad. Fundamental principles are fantastic greats. I will read them to or you. Just said is the a key of why we're having this conversation is like no what you're doing and where it comes from exactly and you know if it doesn't harm people cool and and any good thing can be manipulated related like Christianity. In fact the only difference between poison and medicine is in the dosage Daniel. Okay okay well. Let's like way to our final chapter of this podcast episode. Let's go into questions because because we have quite a few questions that were sent in from listener so we have a couple here so from mattie attack how do you to stay engaged with witchcraft especially in a city like la easily. I feel like that means that they've had a bad experience for one the ASS. Sorry to hear that. Yeah but that's common. Unfortunately I actually just had another which confided me at an event that their interpretation experience is that the witch community here is very cut throat wrote and very territorial and I've never experienced that Maybe it's because I stay out of it so I guess my approach to witchcraft into the question is honor yourself. Honor Your own path and you know give no fucks about the opinions of others because ultimately what you learn what you apply to your life is for your life unless you wanna be like someone like me or Valentine. That's like learning in order to teach and help others and all that then you have to kind of figure out different ways to go around it but right right now. If you're just like learning and trying to practice you know you can have friends come over. You can do your own little meditation circles. You can do your own thing. Like who's who's there to tell you that you're doing it wrong right. No I'm I'm not going to tell the guy told her like if that's the path you want to go down figure it out and if it seems bad you know don't do which resonate with that is. La At night the whole witchcraft that is la. That's very jarring topping until like protect yourself and not be around people who are dragging down because God knows the city's full of or social climber and it it does seem like it's a high like my sister we'll talk about like she lives in Columbus and it seems like just the loveliest little breadbasket my brothers and just like she'll talk about going on strike. I met the nicest the people. I'm sorry what like I don't understand and you left. Your House was when I go back home to New Orleans like southern hospitality. This is what it is I forgot. Yeah Yeah here doesn't exist but like to answer the question Like how to stay engaged in like witchcraft in a city like la Like witchcraft is for yourself. Like one of the four principles of which craft or like the witches pyramid is like to know too will dare to be silent and to be silent. Oh yeah like that. To Be Silent is definitely a big one that like I'm really focusing on right now. Oh and Because shared magic is is lost magic. No like this is for yourself. Remember that it's four yourself so if you can't like make time for witchcraft craft. Then that also kind of tells me that you're not making time for yourself and like time for yourself doesn't always have to be witchcraft. But like you know like real salt care not just like. I've been on Coke for three days a street. noggin Elaine bed forever. Not that kind of self care but like real self care like just putting the phone yes going to take a shower washing your hair. Ah Honoring Yourself. Yeah take care of yourself. Yeah like it's actually very very easy to stay engaged in witchcraft. Now if you're talking like oh where can I find like magical events girl. I have no idea that actually reminds me. Shut out to the witch's voice. They've been online for since nineteen ninety five ninety six six and they just recently shut their website down. It was the only resources for witches and Pagans. Wow girl the nineties and it was privately funded much like Wikipedia Kapiti or places like that where your donations contribute to the site but because there are sheer volume of people going traffic to the site was so diminished. They just they're like we're closing up shop. And so they urged everyone that was a writer or contributor to get their material and copy and paste it and save it because the whole sites gone Ou- and it's it was. It was one of the first resources that I found. Because it's based on city and your area and you could find communities you can find covens at is so oh it's like now you have to divert to you know meet up dot com or facebook or like all these sites where it's like. Hey we're like you but it's like are you though I really so so again it goes back to answering that question. Downtown's Ray it's it's about yourself. I work on yourself first. That's when he started attracting. Yeah you start you really do. Yeah Yeah because they agree when I I like started hanging out with a witch mother like you know chasing the craft was not part of my rather pursuing the craft was not dot lake my intention. It's like Oh Zachariah. which now I'm GonNa get close to him and learn all the things actually not like it just kind of like it's sort of fell into like oh this is happening? Happening in this is happening and this is happening. Yeah and like all of a sudden it's also talked about being silent. You know I think I got a lot a flak not a lot but I remember getting a little bit of flack from other people in the communities. about well why did you change your your handle online to Zachary the witch when it used to the official Zachariah or some shit. Because I was a musician a singer full-time and the craft was my personal thing. But then something about it. Just I don't know I had an experience a few years ago. Oh and it was a metamorphosis like no. This is who I am to my core. It's always been in my life and I also WANNA teach and help other people find it for themselves and and once I made that switch and I publicly stated that I didn't feel like I was giving anything away or taking wait. Some amount of power was more so just like owning where I wasn't who am unallocated son. It's drawn people to me. That are searching. Yeah and I'm like I'm honored and humbled to be able to help those people you know and it's that's all it is. I don't want him ego. Ego stroked Matt. Don't want any of that. I just want people to be safe. And also when you you you like it's inevitable that you learn. I'm learning a lot every day. Totally the more you learn that second question. How do you properly cleanse your home in crystals question mark sage each question Mark Holy Water Question Mark We? They're saying to us. Those things acclaimed cleanser home or are they asking how to cleanse items. I guess From from what I'm gathering is how to proper. How'd you properly cleanse your home? Probably with crystals or sage or maybe holy water. I mean I have my. I have my own method when I do a house clearing Clinton hunting but when it comes to ritual tools magical tools it depends on i. Guess your practices like Valentine's at what resonates with you Some crystals you shouldn't put under running water or put anything on them that's corrosive because of it's like if it's a Mike Or like It's that type of mineral. But they fall apart easily felt oldsmar material anyway to cleanse crystals. Most people will leave it out under full moon or leave him out in the sun to absorb both polarities light in the dark. Yeah Solar Energy Energy the moon frozen dog towns while a cleanse and energize the sun energized. And then some people will do all the elements so like sprinkle some some salt do a little smoke for air Some people pass it over fire and then some people anointed with water like those are ways to fixer anoint them or recenter the element but the most common with crystals and I didn't really get into crystals.

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"dot lake" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

10:39 min | 1 year ago

"dot lake" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"I'm now around that one eight number. That may not sound dramatic but those pounds have been my long time nemesis now for the freedom part. Her husband and I took our first vacation in years. We were in Rome for five days on a Mediterranean cruise for a week than in Spain for a week. I was able to follow my schedule. The shocking part is that in Rome. I ate pizza every day. I hadn't eaten pizza in more than a decade and Salatto every day. I had never had a Lotta before. I pretty much a anything and everything I wanted which included at least one desert daily Yes s. We walked a lot. I came home two pounds lighter so I F ing. I crave carbs right now. I'll have a Bagel or scone almost daily and I'm loving frozen yogurt several times a week. I'm thinking I will lose a little more weight and probably fat the body recomposition. You talk about if I watch my intake more carefully but for now. I'm enjoying eating some of the foods that I've denied myself for decades even at the age of sixty seven I still feel I have time To work on it. Thank you ladies for all you do. Your research and dedication are truly inspiring. It's wonderful to be able to eat with joy instead of guilt and trepidation reputation. delay don't deny has become a mantra. I'm not a wine drinker though. I love you melanie but I do a glass or two of Champagne. Jin thank you thank thank you thank you Susan. ps I've ordered my Juve and am eagerly awaiting it. Hey I love this email so much from Susan I did too makes me so happy. We are so happy for you. I think one of the things that's most motivating is the freedom after fifty two years. Here's the title of her email. It just goes to show that it doesn't really matter away how long you know. Been in a certain pattern or felt like an eating inhabits not serving you like there's always the potential for freedom. Exactly I think freedom is just the best word here to describe it because you know we have freedom to eat the foods you love again but he hears that looks for me. I have the freedom to eat the foods I love but now I've realized the foods I love. Don't serve my body well and so I actually don't usually eat them. It's like a circle back around to like with ice cream. I want ice cream the other day out super stressed like for Korea. I'm driving down the road. I was like Tripton the house and everything was crashing around me and I didn't know if we were going to be able to do what we needed to do. And I'm like I WANNA go get some ice cream and eat it because my I brain will feel soothed binge eating stress eating kind of feeling and I really wanted to do that and then I'm like I don't I won't feel good if I eat ice cream so all I want but I had the freedom I could have but I didn't want to and that's even more free. Yeah I love that like I could've been I didn't even want to but it would have been okay if I had but I genuinely I didn't stop myself because dia reasons I stopped myself because of Feel good if I do that so I I want it. It won't help. It felt like like amazing like a miracle. Yeah I keep thinking about I keep referencing that book the Little Book of Big Change. But it's it's just so amazing and she talks about 'cause that book came out of her her history of binge eating and she talks about how you know we have these urges is for whatever happens. We have so you'll know if it is like the urge for the ice cream you know when you're in your stress moment something it's really just an an attempt him to make that urge go away and escape our current experience that it's not really. I mean you want the ice cream. But it's not really about the ice-cream no it wasn't about the ice cream is about how my brain was going to feel if I ate the ice cream in a way it's about how your brain Sushi talk about knocking to feel because then the urge will be on. It's it's like trying to make that want go away rather than yeah. It's so fascinating she's also coming on my you've had cast while I'm so glad. Yeah well awesome awesome so jump into our questions yes this is Janice and the subject is Kafir and other fermented things abolish. Oh by the way that's spelled k. e. f. i. r. and I used to think it was keefer but then I went on youtube watched him pronounce it. I think it's Kefir but anyway Keefer Kefir however when you say Tomato Tomato it's that yogurt e liquid that's delicious but it's like yogurt. Liquid fermented thing are high Jenin. Melanie I've been one meal a day for nearly a year am so happy with all the benefits. I'm sixty five and a grandmother of four. I do cross fit and hike frequently in love the energy. Okay I have since losing permanently. That annoying twenty pounds that I had lost so many times in the past. I feel as if I am goal but if I lost a few more pounds I wouldn't be sad. What about it? I have recently begun consuming. Kefir that I make it home to break my fast man. It took me about a week but now I love it drinking it straight or using it to make a smoothie with fruit and Greens and since one thing leads to another I'm also fermentation vegetables and drinking Kabukicho. Although I haven't made my own yet my question is this. Do you have any experience with fermented foods. Have you found helpful for help or for weight loss. Thank you for your helpful podcasts. Janice all right Janice so. This is a great question fermented foods so I think it's sort of complicated topic but we often associate -firmative foods with probiotics for example. So the first thing I was doing was I went and research a lot of that hurt probiotic strains and how it affects things like weight loss to address genesis question and it's actually really fascinating because different strains like they're sort of trends about gut bacteria related to weight loss or waking but then there's outliers and there's conflicts there's really not like one answer to how the Gut microbiome reflects when it comes to weight loss or weight gain and what it seems to be more about a or something. I talked to out Dr Kamran on a recent episode of the Melanie Avalon. biohacking podcast was that. I think it's more about the the environment in your gut and how that affects the Gut microbiome and how it all goes together to affect weight so things like processed foods and refined sugars and things like that most likely won't create a microbiome that is a weight loss promoting so coming back to fermented foods I think Vay Vay. That's even itself slightly different aspect because I'm very pro fermented foods if they work for you because I think we've been using culture her for so long and I think there's a reason for that and I do think they can most likely modulate the gut microbiome and a healthy way. If there's something that resonate with you and I don't mean dot lake an Esoteric Wyoming late because people you know especially from different cultures have historically used different types of fermented foods so you know if you have German ancestry. You might do better with like Sauerkraut. If you're Asian. You might do better with something Lake Natto me. So if you're like with Kefir I think I don't Okay John Ware Cultures. This work Li. I am not sure about Kefir. I would guess that would be somewhere. I'm just guessing in my brain's let's we could look it up and see if I'm right it. It seems like it would be up in one of those Scandanavia in countries. Why does that feel Scandinavian to me? I could look. That's what I thought too. I guess because they have a picture of like go like not to be served typical like a girl with blonde braids and sitting by a cow. All right it was the Soviet Union it came from the Soviet Union to the rest of Europe By the early twenty first century so the Soviet Union so interesting yeah I think when it comes to fermented foods completely feel free to experiment and try things and if you like the way they taste I think they can most likely be very beneficial. I have actually heard. ATP Project Guys. They actually made a comment that the way. A lot of fermented foods work in the gut. is they serve. More as an antibiotic than a probiotic. Because they're actually competing with other other strains of bacteria so they're sort of serving an antibiotic purpose which was interesting way of framing things. I will recommend if you WANNA make your Own fermented foods and you want like the intense like go to guide all of the if you really want to experiment and Duke Bun Crazy. Things like -firmative sweet potatoes which I found really delicious. Get the art affirming tation. It's a beautiful book appealing to the show notes. Jim What are your thoughts. Yeah similar and regardless bliss of exactly the mechanism of what it's doing inside there. We do know that. A lot of the cultures do not talk about fear about the blue zones and the the centenarians canarian so people who live in these longevity hot spots and that so many of these people live longer than other parts of the world in the National Geographic wanted to figure out why so they really studied these cultures and one of the things that they found that they had in common was fermented foods and as Melanie said these have been eaten historically Arkley forever and you may think Oh. It's just a way of preserving the foods they had Saturday preserved them but then there's also the health benefits that come along with them. So yeah I'm a big Fan of the fermented foods I have the book the art of Fermentation Doctor Says Leonhard. She's in intermittent fasting. Gyn and I had her website. I think is called the fasting. Doctor I had her on intermittent fasting stories last year. Or maybe this year. I don't know what year it is. I forgot but at some point in the past year. She's been on my podcast and she does a lot of fermenting and then I ordered the book and I was going to start doing it and I never did but you know one reason. I didn't start doing it. Melanie is 'cause I didn't have the space. My old kitchen kitchen was little. I had just barely enough space to work in. It was like a galley kitchen. Will my new kitchen has lots of room and we also have like a little counter area like in kind of a mud room. Maybe it's time once I get back from Portland and all the houses are sold and bought and I can take a breath. Maybe it's time to get that book out. I really WANNA make my own. She say mud room. What is a mud room? You've never heard of a mud room. This is so exciting. It's like you're I feel like you always have these really crazy little.

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"dot lake" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"dot lake" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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"dot lake" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"dot lake" Discussed on The Watch

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"dot lake" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"dot lake" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Living at the top of the tabernacle at that time. Our cabinet isn't ready yet. And you know, they just pray. They pray. And I remember when tell him another that that grandmother. Somebody I've been out and my brother had pulled a hunting knife on. And then told in the, you know, try to touch him he would side in my brother was sixteen fifteen at that time during lean muscular from all the work that they had to do. And throwing they'll, hey, and the guy backed off my brother said and he hits his way into Fairbanks, which is. True and a half hours away from the coal compound. So the quote compounds about an hour and a half south of delta junction. And he was scared to go into the police station because of what had happened to state trooper. He just knew he would be brought back. So he sat on the back of the police car. He said one of the officers came out and said, you know, what kind of what what's going on. And she told them I ran away from the farm. That's what we called it the farm and my sisters are there. And, you know, they're they're hurting us, and it's terrible and officer took into foster care, and no one ever came to check on the only time anyone ever checked on me was when my father filed the motion California to have. Social services come out to Alaska, and then that was a scheduled visit. So we were prepped for that for that. Visit me when you say you were prepped in other words, everyone was on their best behavior you presented. Well, nothing for you to see here, folks. Well, they study Cobb flew up for that. So that would be something that something like that where the state was involved government was involved. Something was involved. That's where you're gonna see your bigger leaders come in flying and they flew into dot lake and they flew into fort greatly. And I recently connected with with someone who actually lived right on the other side of the creek and knew about the Colt. But of course, none of us knew them because we weren't allowed contact like that..

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"dot lake" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"dot lake" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Can't familiar teas that you know in love and are giving us another epic experience to enjoy again. And you could tell they were emotional when they were showing it they've been working on this crafting it for years and years, and it must be hard for them to to build this and not talk about and the fan response was cathartic. We were excited we're so happy to see this product finally come to life, and it looks like it's exactly what we were hoping for. And that is what I'm into this week. I've been watching the streaming footage. They demo. Owed over and over again in fight at all these different twitch streamers like two hundred they them all out to watch the unveiling of the game. And then play the game in stream it live on twitch. There's all this footage of all these people playing the game for the first time. So there's all this content that you could go and watch the game just looks unbelievable. Anyway. After like a post postal apocalyptic game or something. Yeah. Kind of it takes place on another planet. Actually. I don't know if it's post the Pakalitha another post-apocalyptic, but it's irreverence and fun and funny, and it's it's you could tell the gamers or the people that design the game are designing it for the fans, and they're not trying to be all politically, correct and stuff. They just want to make a great experience, which is rare a lot these days, especially in the world of comedy and their game send to have a pretty strong comedic tone. And so you'll find yourselves. You'll find yourself playing the game. And they'll do something you're like, wow. I can't believe they actually did that into days climate because it seems like they would get a lot of hate for it. But ultimately, most people just want to have a good time and want to experience great narrative, and they know that and they're brave enough to create experiences that might be a little risque, you know, but are still fun and can be enjoyed by most people most normal people. The most regular both regular gamers are probably gonna love this game. Borderlands three. I don't mind giving them free press at all. Because I had an incredible time watching there. I had an incredible time watching their unveiling events, and I know I'm not the only one who. Is probably excited about that. But that's my pick. Should we? Go ahead and wrap it up there. Louis sure unless you wanna play a little game, you sound creepy like Sadat Dot lake. lake that guy from Assad. Yeah. Let's let's skip a game. Then. Yeah. Let's go ahead, Robin. Let's go to wrap around we have for you guys this week. But you know, what I heard that next week? We're going to be debating the best apple CEO of all times that right Louis going to be something that we actually do a live video. Oh, well, we enter was talking about it. I don't know. I'm like discussion even be had on this topic. But maybe there is maybe maybe Landers gonna have surprise picks. Anyway, that's all we have for you guys this week. If you want to come say, hi or reach out to us about this story as we discussed on today's show..

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"dot lake" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"dot lake" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"The medicine this stuff thrive to them actually dot lake the oval floaty, MS no, many sorts silly. Silly like tree almost everybody coming from these middle are not in the Konami, and I'll play a little we have the highest like when he talks of childhood. I know this talking about from how win live. In the United States really gone dismissed third. Oh, yeah. Bernie talking about. It's actually Gables real live in America. Dealing with the millions. Also like to play reserve games about like a. Sizing race or nine ten minutes. Like, I don't think he's ever heroes as simple. No. I mean, we should talk about how they stole the election from Stacey Abrams, extremely shady and white supremacist way. Kind Kind of. of getting basically a little Donald Trump talk about in that strays. I actually listen to what fifteen bucks. Our somehow didn't talk about that. Tonight. President Trump talked about what a great job he has done on traits. But what he forgot to tell. You is that the annual trade deficit has gone up by over one hundred billion dollars since he became president, and our trade deficit with China and Mexico has gone up by tens of billions of dollars. Meanwhile, since Trump was elected corporations have shipped shift a hundred and eighty five thousand American jobs overseas. President Trump also talked tonight about the need to rebuild our country's crumbling infrastructure. Our roads and bridges water systems and waste what a place any is. Absolutely, right. It is an absolute disgrace that in the wealthiest nation on earth. We have infrastructure that is crumbling. But the proposal that he is bringing forth is that wrong. It is an absurd proposal. Trump winning. Kurt states to sell nation's highways. Our bridges and other vital infrastructure to Wall Street to wealthy campaign, contributors, even to foreign governments the reality is that Trump's plan to privatize our nation's infrastructure is an old idea that has never worked. And in fact, debe will work. President Trump said tonight, quote, we are born free, and we will stay free end of quote. Well, I say the president of people not truly free. When they can't afford to go to the doctor when they are sick the on not truly free. Shouts cannot afford. The by the prescription drugs. They desperately need right..

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"dot lake" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"dot lake" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"At the county website, WWW dot Lake County, Ohio dot gov, and there are two meetings left for the year taking place on tomorrow, December twentieth at ten AM. And then next Thursday, December twenty seven at ten AM. Also, please remember sign up for the property fraud alert at the Lake County recorder's by going to our website to at the county. And so now and that which is Ohio dot gov slash recorder. And now on to our special topic of Ohio presidents. Yes, we have we have the most. Presidents former presidents to the United States any state in the union. And we're going to have the most in Ohio, we have the most in the country from any state. I mean from Ohio, right? Eight from Ohio. Okay. That's amazing. Eight presidents from Ohio. That's correct. And out of how many total for Trump is forty five five eight wasp pretty darn good. So we claim eight and we are starting with William Henry Harrison. Yes, our ninth president. And he was he was in office in eighteen forty one. He's from the Cincinnati area north bend, Ohio. But he was the last president elected to office, not a natural born US citizen. He was born in the county of Virginia before before we became United States of America. So he was the last president. So the ninth president at those before him were all born in colonies, okay? That's pretty interesting. So that's one of his that's one of the tidbits of improper for him. So he was president when we were not yet. Car today didn't have a constitution or he was. That's correct. He was born in the colonies cool. Okay. So he served as governor of Indiana territory before settling in Ohio while when Ohio became a state. He he had opened the frontier. Frontier land as a war hero fighting the Indians. At a typical do it was a big battle of tippecanoe. And that's what he was in the army debt, which gave him the strength to go into politics and get a lot of backing he was a Brigadier General in the army of the northwest fighting the British at the Indians. Near the southern section of present day, Ontario. He gave the longest inauguration address ever like almost two hours. He he got pneumonia due to the weather that day after his long speech. He then rode round in an open coach for about another two hours in the rain. And he died thirty days after his inauguration. Wow. So he also liked me was he here's another. I he was the first a shortest term president ever. And he was also the first president to die in office. Okay. Thirty day thirty days thirty days thirty day limit, unfortunately. Okay. But so that was our first president from Ohio. Okay. A few things are here's some some tidbits of information. A few terms came out of his campaign that are still used today. The term keep the ball rolling started in his campaign. Keep the ball rolling the ball ROY during the parade. His supporters a betas ten foot round ball at head stickers on expert head his name slogan. Ten feet ten feet round. And they would roll the ball. I mean, I'm not sure what was made of. But they needed against. It was heavy. But it had a bunch of people were rolling their slogan on it and their their name his name at people were deal. Keep the ball rolling the ball rolling. So that's that's one of the things that are still you here today. Keep the ball rolling. That's right. So another was a log cabin log cabin campaign. Using images of a log cabin and cider whiskey barrels decider, whiskey barrels were provided to him by EC booze distillery, which led to the term which led to the term booze becoming American because of the name of the of the distillery, right? So Buddha's now is all booze Kobus, but that's how booze the name booze. Got started was because EC booze distillery was was was offering the apple cider, whiskey or I guess we're just hot site painter. Yes. Yes. So. That is something about William Henry Harrison. Now, his his tomb is in his memorial tomb at a national registry in his. National register place of history, and it's located in north bend Ojo. Okay. That is really great interesting stuff about William Henry Harrison, we're going to go on to Ulysses s grant. Yes. He was the eighteenth president of the United States. He served from eighteen sixty nine to eighteen seventy seven and he's from point pleasant, which is in southwestern Ohio. Here's a West Point grad. He was. He he went to West Point though against his will. His father wanted to go there. And he ended up ended up in the middle of his class. I think twenty one out of forty nine graduated with him. He he was he was like the middle. Under fifty percent. That's right. But he learned something there because he thought the Mexican war under general Zachary Taylor at the start of the civil war. He was working with his father in the leather shop in Illinois. But he was appointed by the governor then to command, very, unruly volunteer regiment, which he whipped into shape in a short time. And he ended up becoming a Brigadier General of the volunteer. Army by nineteen eighty I'm sorry. Eighteen sixty one. Okay. He fought for control of the Mississippi valley and in eighteen sixty two. He took Ford Henry and attacked fort donelson where the confederate commander asked for terms of surrender. He said at Notre Dame son conditional surrender nothing you're not getting anything from immediate surrender only. So in April at Shiloh. He did not have success as he did previous wars. But let's see Washington called for Lincoln to be removed to remove him. Okay. But Lincoln says I can't spare this man, he's a real fighter. They'll give them a chance. Great. So he he prevailed and went onto win Vicksburg. Splitting the confederacy confederate territory and taking Chattanooga. So he was a good award. General. He did a super job. There. Lincoln appointed a grant general in chief in March of eighteen sixty four our grant directed Sherman to drive through the south while he the army of the Potomac pinned down general Robert E Lee's army in north Virginia. And Lee surrendered in eighteen sixty five at the Potomac automatic. That's right. Thank you for house in now in Virginia. Although Lee didn't was not punished grant Rhode magnanimous terms of the surrender that would prevent treason trial. So he let him off the hook. For the most part. Okay. Let's see grant was also the president who was stabbed five national holidays. Okay. What were those New Year's independence day the fourth of July thanksgiving, Christmas and then Washington's birthday? Great. Grant was elected president based on his strength as a brilliant. Civil war military guy. He was the first president to get a speeding ticket. Here's some good stuff. I Don ours and bugging, you got a speeding ticket on horse and buggy when the police officer. But the police officer didn't wanna give them a ticket after he found out who he was. Okay. And grant insisted he write the darn ticket of that's great customer bucks. A man of honor and integrity live by the rules of everybody else. Well, he was a he was a cigar smoking, whiskey drink and kind of guy and a and a fast buggy driver. And he's from right around here. From Ohio right around here. Okay. So then he also a few of the things that he did he established a Yellowstone National Park is the first national park. Okay. And after his presidency. He he wrote magazine articles and his memoirs were published by Mark Twain. Kind of interesting about him. That's very interesting. Yes. All righty now. We're gonna move onto Rutherford. Be Hayes or he was our nineteenth president eighteen seventy seven to eighteen eighty one born in Delaware north of Columbus. He oversaw the end of reconstruction began the efforts that led to the civil service reform. An attempted to reconcile the divisions leftover from civil war and reconstruction he did bring dignity honor and modern reform to the executive mansion. He removed wine and liquor from the White House. Oh, that's not nice. Well, he didn't he and his wife were not drinker. Okay. And it's just how he was living in there. So he. You know, he fought in the civil war was wounded in action and rose to the rank of a Brevet Major General. I'm not sure what is was elected to congress, but did not campaign people put a put his name on the ballot. And he and he got elected he served three terms as governor of Ohio. I president use the telephone in the White House. His wife Lucy was the first wife of a president to graduate college. She was also the first wife to be called the first lady allow he started the Easter egg. Roll first lady first lady. There's moral how roots for that too. So he started the Easter egg. Roll hunt at Easter egg roll at the White House, which is still going on today. Yeah. That's that's the first of five presidents elected without the popular vote. I guess I'll tell you who they are John Quincy Adams Benjamin Harrison, George Bush. I arm and President Trump. Oh, wow. Okay. And he he won the electoral college by one vote. And he did not seek a second term. Okay. He did a duty on his civic duty on one term. Anyways onto private life. Right. So those are those are. We got a fourth one. We're gonna go talk a little bit about James a Garfield. And we have talked about him before too. And we will be talking about him again. So James r Garfield. Twentieth. President from March to September of eighteen eighty one aboard Moreland hills, Ohio, but as we all know, he resided in mentor when he was elected president everybody for are. Now is that one it's right and everybody from this area should northeast Ohio -solutely he and he's also is the third president in a row from Ohio. Was very respected and superbly prepared at qualified to be president. Well, he said he was a third one in a row we had eighteenth nineteenth and twentieth. President. No high was really hot. Yeah. For that period of history. And so when.

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"dot lake" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"dot lake" Discussed on 790 KABC

"KABC. You know, folks, there are so many programs at 'em Bank. And we're going to be talking about the fix and flip program, not the fix and fixed. But the fix and flip program that MBA has for all of you folks, who wanna learn how to flip. But first, let's go to Steve. And Santa Clarita, Steve, how are you? Yeah. I can't wait to hear about that flip the program. Have there? But I I've been flipping houses for the last. Oh, I don't know. Few years out here and some of the outlying markets in California. And it's just gotten really because. Market so strong here. But suggests another good Marcus, maybe that you think. California that I really. They're good deals where he the Bilo fix them up. And then something around absolutely Steve Steve is an expert when it comes to fifth, and I just reopened flip now. The house calls radio show though, folks. But no, Steve is an expert when it comes to fix and flip programs and states and everything else. So Steve once you take it. Hey, steve. Thank you so much for calling in. I off the market right now that we see that would be closest to you would be either Utah. We see a lot of the bacteria, and we see a lot of activity in Texas. Particularly Fort Worth Dallas, Houston places like that. Those are those are really good markets markets. Okay. Which part of Utah? Were you thinking? Dot lake or like outside the Salt Lake the different parts of Utah. If you do some research, if you call in speak to one of our experts, we we can give you some more information about that. But you Utah's is is pretty active, and again, Texas is extremely active. I don't know. But I don't know if you want go all the way, Texas and believe it or not also Vegas Las Vegas and Reno are actually doing well as well. I would say Reno Vegas Vegas Vegas is is the market in Vegas. It's very tight. It's just a California at this point. So. I'd like you to do is give us a call at eight hundred nine eight zero one two to three that's eight hundred nine eight zero one two to three and they'll take as much time as necessary to educate you on the different markets and the different loan programs. That are available through 'em Bank. Would you do that for us? Sure. Absolutely. Thank you. Steve. Thank you for your call. And they'll give you a free education. Let's go to Mariah in Santa Monica. How are you? I'm doing fine. Thank you. So I'm questioned I family my husband and myself, and my daughter are planning to move up to my mom's property, she has a couple of acres of land. And the ideas that we like build a granny cottage on her property. So that she would live in the cottage, and then we would take over the larger house the challenges is or at least imagining the challenges we don't we don't own the property. So we can't. Her. My understanding get a loan to build the cottage. And I'm trying to figure out some creative ways to. Have the money to build this who actually owns the property my mother. Okay. So Steve you wanna take over couldn't they jointly. Get something to. Again, this conversation that that you take a while. But short story to make a short are you going to be moving. There. Does your mom have any sort of income or Sean fixing home? She hasn't come. She's a independent. She's a. It's not fixed income. It's depends on how many clients she hasn't a week. Okay. So she is considered issue considered self employed before I think, you're self employed, you okay, and how much does she currently owe on the property. Roughly great question. I don't know. I wanna say bike thirty three thousand. Three thousand thirty three thirty three thousand. How much how much the property worth a lot more than thirty three? Well, it's a whole lot more than that. So so sure I think it's it's. She bought it about twenty five years ago. So the property is worth a lot more than what she initially Malibu's weakens. We can definitely you know, we can take a look at her Bank statements or or her tax returns and qualify for a loan. You can you can cash out that property under her name and and use that money to build the granny. You know, just because we're going.

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"dot lake" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"dot lake" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Already, done this. At. Ten. Cents a bath yeah that's right yeah yeah here's what they get airborne. Goes in and your hand carrier stuff out if you don't have a backboard otherwise. You pay the ten cents for the bag. And, guess you keeps the. Money the store yeah no matter what happened. The stores, gonna make money, off of it, the government if New Jersey like you said. It's going to go ahead and do it they're going to go ahead and take money off of it and it's not gonna go where they say the general? Fund. And it's a whole Brecon, parson how yeah it really is now now according to the to the, reporting on this of the New Jersey tax one cent is, going to be kept. By the store operator the remaining four cents we go to a new lead abatement fund administered. By, the New Jersey department of the environment now they're also saying that it could actually be, two cents per bag for the store operator depending on the. Actual material that they that they bring forward so for. You and I both know, that's, not true True it's not gonna happen? They're. Going to go through and, it's all going to go into the general fund for something else just, like the soda tax and pencil Philadelphia yet they put it, out there and they. Say it's going to be for the kids it's only ten percent of its for the kids. It's, going to be the same thing to use it to go ahead and back pay every, month they have never paid for in their life Aaron thanks. Very much for the call Bob Bob go ahead sir Yes I good Remind, people that Like the static There are No Trump Oh Trump sounding like a playbook, Bob that is part of the, playbook rely on the, taxes Jim in, Philadelphia, Jim go, ahead. Sir Yeah I had a, chance to stop at, a fast food, in, Philadelphia yesterday yes Mcdonald's, meal I go there some sitting there eating my meal and I'm looking at. The receipt so it's it's a penny and a half, an. Ounce, right yeah twenty ounce soda. Thirty, cents Yep they charged me. Forty two So I went up and I manage to the, forty? Two, they should well they have. One, price for all Rossides sodas Go in They charge. You forty Better so my my surcharge so twenty amps showed, was forty two cents then you know where they put. The. Forty two cents okay On the meal and then they put eight percent. City Yeah. So that actually myself subject four times h thirty two that's about. Forty five cents for twenty ounce soda over and above so you're getting a lot, of, people don't realize you're not even getting double dip Jim. You're getting. About triple or quadruple dipped on this, deal that's right good. Night because you could refill it they charge? You more so what do you do Back to give me. A show what I pay for in charge me the, thirty thirty cents I'll tell you what Jim and thanks for the call. I, try I have, I am somebody that tries to, avoid. Buying. A. Soda in the city. Of Philadelphia I just I. Just really try hard to do. It. Now today I actually did because I didn't even have lunch before I got. Here, and so I ran into the machine and interestingly enough. I got myself an ice tea out of the machine seventy two. Dollars well not that bad two dollars and twenty five cents right yeah okay I, got, a quarterback it was only two dollars I don't know. How this. Happened wow maybe maybe I got lucky. Coming in to do. The show today is broken I think it's usually twenty-five but I. Don't know. Yeah but, I, never thought I, would. Try and buy. A soda in the city of Philadelphia if they really wanna do this plastic bag thing like. It's bad for the, environment then just make make plastic. Bags ten. Dot lake. Make it a ten dollar tax making a thirty dollars yeah if you really want. To you know five five cents not gonna stop anybody from doing anything did you hear did you hear I forget where I saw it. But there's a restaurant somewhere that did away with plastic, straws Italian the one the one where they've got the pasta as the. Straw, that's a phenomenal, thing is not only can you, have. The. Straw. And suck your your..

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"dot lake" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"dot lake" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"I was i was shook when you put out how much do you want to build a snowman sounds like that rocked by my fragile little demonstrated for the people of the podcast you're still listening but haven't seen deadpool two papa can you hear me or ride our bikes around the halls i never skew anymore and that was those a medley jordan just give us a medley right like you know yeah that was that was pretty great it's almost like discovering the hidden quote of somewhere over the rainbow in the soundtrack to wicked dot lake just show it and i can sing it for do you do jordan you know this one right i don't know we could at all so the theme alphabet theme in the green witch the which theme in in the musical scores god and it's it's about like limited or unlimited is like a dichotomy and the thing and so the the lyrics are unlimited my future is unlimited unlimited my future data somewhere over the rainbow it's like a seven note quoting it's a seven no quotation of somewhere over the rainbow in a slightly different rhythm i think seven notes being the most that you can the most that you can use of another melody without like oh you tease to to mgm or or something like that but also also the most rainbow we of numbers yeah exactly what did you think of the soundtrack re were you shook or were you all shook up well i first of all i love if i could turn back time it's my cham it's great song and i was so glad that it was finally used to its proper affecting a film but.

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"dot lake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"dot lake" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"You jumping into the pool bus you krista god that was amazing so talented nine tring headed out girl i know i actually really am supportive of people letting out there sneezes but i didn't need to stress his now when people hold it in literally my dad doesn't it's trust me out my you're gonna kill yourself anyways back to the ball back to the pool but was my question is like before that was there ever this sense of yourself and your the way you looked or how you fell like or was it just that one moment so set the the realization is asian like it seems so instant and everything changed niger's lake dot lake just said like express to me like the power of like that selfawareness through other people's eyes like can be something that we're not aware of maybe we're judging people and we say something or we give a look annika change everything so what did that feel like oh man so i mean there were moments before that no i'll go back to it just so the listeners can know but there was a point where i i was just such a free spirit i remember feeling that like i literally remember even feeling like no one can contain me like i'm just wild and i'm funny weirdo like i loved it i mean i'm i'm getting a lot of it back now which is amazing but look how many years that is from there but there is that sense of just like sell full self expression like what was coming through was not being stopped that is freedom like the win you're just you're just a conduit for who you are like your personality comes through and you know we we all know about what happens with stuck energy it's really it can manifest into some really painful things if not disease sickness so many other things so yeah at a really young age there was a group of kids from my congregation and it was time it was like a pool party time so i'm obsessed with the pool because it means like cannonballs i mean swimming it was just a we didn't do a lot growing up because of the religion so i wasn't in a lot of other sports and things like that so anything like that because i'm a very physical person i was so excited about.

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"dot lake" Discussed on Plz Advise

Plz Advise

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"dot lake" Discussed on Plz Advise

"Yeah you were like their chicken boss and i was just playing christina's from the big city guys she don't play that yeah that was yes she lifted up her stomach or short showed her sky and was like look at his body and as as we were waiting for like chicken schwab one hundred so poor like was so for who we were all trinity turned off that same day less than really good to me is what i'm saying i mean we all come a long way from there was like the longest what was like those lowest balance you had and you had to like stretch the money out as stretch overdraft yeah i know yeah like negative like triple overdrafts like how how how deepen the overdraw hundreds of dot lake how many hundred rob is leader is rated no i'm propping my is probably just turned on one hundred and something like it goods we fifty four hundred okay wait here hit i had i definitely hit like a negative for hundreds suck you hit negative for i i mean it was bad yeah i've had i've had like you don't even want to know how negative i've been yeah over thousands yeah oh you please you win three fifty was it but i also think age then start just like bouncing stuff and continuing if i'd never pets him like when do they get that i don't like buying razors like there isn't no they don't bounce checks anymore no i think they continue no i think they'll bounce checks but then the overdraft you for not fixing the overdraft so it'll be like three fifty and the no more charges will come through and they'll be like plus fifty dollars from bank of america for not paying it in this amount plus fifty in it'll keep going forever shit in college would keep going out and paid checker they wouldn't pay like h dobbs but then they're charges keep going i know that i only know that because my mom had an account that she totally forgot about and then remember recently banks like we're now charging a monthly feet she probably had few hundred five hundred dollars account it's kept charging a monthly fee till it was.

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"dot lake" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dot lake" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"Route history chicken and then i'm putting the leftovers away all poll all of them me it off the chicken before i put it away and pack that into a delhi container and somehow like when the chickens already been it's a such a simple thing and it takes five minutes by your your chances of using up those leftovers slate go way up um and it also creates space in the fridge so that's and then when you come home and you're like oh there's chicken meat and it's already lake pulled into beautiful like perfect little bitesized pieces like you can make chicken salad in five minutes yeah it's the base of so many recipes that are on our website our editor in chief adam reportedly loves loves loves using that as a jumping off point for all sorts of the kids pot pie recipe which we have taco nine america taco night on any any number of variations on chicken salad which which we have many on our website ulster stirred friday's i mean i think stir fries her a great way to go to and most most grocers grocery stores will sell proteans lake beef pork chicken already in the dot lake stir fry and the beauty of those is you do a little chopping to start yourself off and then everything happens again in one panin about you know ten or twelve minutes yeah and and that's the kind of thing where if you kind of are planning ahead and illegal kale do may be a short webster fry tuesday night on monday night if you are already if you're consuming else you can say all bayhad a little bit of the prep for tomorrow because writing chopping is something that slows hjelm cooks down can take a long tail so yeah like as much as you can kind of do your knees hump loss get you getting everything prepped out beforehand the better and then it's just so easy to take things out of the fridge and thrown into one all right well emily we hope this is good strategy for you and give you some ideas how's it sound my mouth watering and i cannot wait you equating i build competent get cooking at all my there i'm no i'm excited now me too so so happy we could give you some ideas that would great run basir by.

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