5 Burst results for "Ellen Almond"

"ellen almond" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"ellen almond" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Click the microphone type Elvis, so where are they? I don't know someone bring that box back someone to approach lower yell. We'll get to the bottom of this. I'm pissed. In the morning shows free money. All right. We got so much money. We gotta get rid of it. Help me dump the money was go talk to. Julia listening to us on ninety six five kiss FM in Cleveland. How you doing great early? Julia. You must be very cold talk about it. Give trip y'all talk about if no one right now. Tended not bad from yesterday and the day before wanting so Julia they're saying by Saturday or Sunday, it's going to be ninety eight degrees. All right, look. Julia. You just want two thousand dollars. Congratulations. Birthday yesterday too. Birthdays. I hope you have a great birthday weekend. Don't let that Super Bowl overshadow your weekend. It's your weekend. Julia. Thanks for listening to us. All right. Yeah. Of course, Julie gets a thousand dollars plus a month supply of creamy Snickers squares. Yes. Sounds awesome. Great t giving it a standing. Oh. I really do love him. I swear I can't figure out which one like more the maple one is delicious and the peanut butter. One is so good on the almonds Calvin. So you say almond almond announced the Al pronounced the, okay? I'm even know there wasn't hill. It takes too much time to pronounce the L. What did you say? L and on A M O N B on. I think it can't get any worse. Uncle johnny. I'm. Honestly, though to pronounce that L almond it takes more time. It's a whole like all but almond. What do you say? All emond. You just that's not right at those. Right. It would spell almond. Actually, I do believe they say you can pronounce it either way. We have some people say, I say pecan pecan. No. And that's something can UP again. No. A t and often I do every other time. Oh years out hen, I rotate them snooty. I often come hill. Correct. Pronunciation, I don't know that there's a correct one I say often, but I hear often all the time nudie snooty. You can't just take letters out because you don't like them often cub hidden play in the grew up with pecan farms. We owned them when I was a kid. We end pecans whatever where we sold them. It was there. We call them conned from pecan country, Texas, so unless it calm people gate as snap pecan. I'm like, well, then I do this. It turns into a fight. Well, we grew them. So we know what to say. That's right. I don't know why. But con- us thinking sound snooty as well. Yeah. Put the clinically. He can't can hey the pecan pie. What gregory? Well, maybe you're right. Maybe you know, better. There's no reason there isn't Ellen almond. No, you're right based on that. Because maybe for real we have these letters that are silent letters in some words, when we really don't need like, for instance, laugh, it's L A H. We really don't need that was just call it. L A U F B laughed Lau. No, okay. L F. But then either way like almond you use the L must pronounce it. All are. We really having discussion. I think it could the queen's English. Don't understand. Why there are those silently? Goes. Okay. It goes way way way back to a time where words were pronounced differently and spelled differently. It's the these words evolved over centuries, and that's the Saudi spell. But by the way, I just don't think this room is at a level where we can have this conversation. Really big about it. I'm it and you're gonna say differently than take the letter out. You're not using anymore. Why is it phone F O E? Why is it because it could come from phonic or I don't know? But I'm saying that these these things were said into into place long before we were here at the 'jones 'Jones. even just talk about something. I love watching your faith. No. When you realize how stupid wheel? Never ever said you were stupid under saying in order to get to the bottom of this. It's going to take four hours. Well, I spell cocktail. Cocktail cocktail is C O K C O C K. And and cocktail is expelled, a w k koala cocktail. Else? Anyway. Janis. It's right here. Please..

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"ellen almond" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"ellen almond" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Thank you, boys. Thank you. Thank you Ambrosetti right there. Helping guys get lucky since nineteen. Now, what was that probably seventy five? I don't anyway Ambrosia. And that's that's how much baby who who's guy blows Elma? But then there was another one. Oh blank on his name. I worked at WNYC when he was there, Johnny Johnny something. And he would talk like that. It was kind of a knockoff of the Ellen almond thing where they do that. They'd have. I I called a secretarial pool music and made the gross flat out there barstools. They just played love songs capitalized on that was a chick named Delilah. Delilah. She may still be doing that. But it's that it's that music that I hope this is an offensive, but the whole lot lonely women are sitting around by themselves listening to the radio and he's talking directly to their heart. Yeah. Anyway, that would be one that would fit in that category. Now, I want to get into a piece here. I'm not gonna do it Justice today. But I want to give you a hint we're going to go through this. Entirety on Monday. This is supposedly from the mayor of Livermore, California don't know much about that. But and I don't make any sense out of the first paragraph, but I'm gonna go with it. Anyway, just Marshall is a registered democrat has and was elected mayor of Livermore, California. He ran on the democrat ticket as he knew a bay area city. This is a bay area author near what's Cisco Oakland? Whatever would never vote for a Republican. He's a conservative is as conservative as they come. You wrote the following from an article originally written by somebody named Evans say it, and his opinion, he expressed as a columnists say it doesn't make any sense for townhall dot com, which is a great website. We're his own and did not represent the views of townhall dot com. Were mistakenly attributed to Marshall commander by meat. I don't know what any of that means. But let's get started. It says Trump's lack of decorum dignity and statesmanship by Evian's Evans, say it in the in his article, it's called he fights. He fights the leftist friends as well. As many never-trumpers consistently asked me if I'm not bothered by Donald Trump's lack of decorum. They ask if I don't think his tweets are beneath the dignity of the office. I love when people say that I love when people say. Here's my answer. Is we right-thinking people? Yeah. He said we right thinking people have used that as well. But I call it. We the thinking we the thinking we right-thinking people have tried dignity. There could not have been a man more quietly dignity. More quiet dignity than George W Bush as he suffered the outrageous lies in politically-motivated head hatred. That undermined his presidency. We tried statesmanship. Could there be another human on earth who was desperately prized who desperately price collegiality collegiality as John McCain? So you get the point and I'm going to dive more into this bit here. But. What does what does man is saying? And I'm going to do the whole thing on Monday all the way through is. We've tried everything we the thinking. Now, I say that knowing that the people that are largely charge are not we the thinking they're straight up with the rhinos there. They don't know what they don't know, you know, right now in the state of Michigan. There right now. All the bantering behind the scenes from a number of different people. They're looking for a new I guess what they call Republican party chair, whatever that's the head of the Republican party in Michigan. You may want to get in touch with that check out in California. What's the harm Meena, whatever name issues on Lou Dobbs show, she could be the benchmark lesson plan for you? But anybody that that takes over in the Republican capacity and doesn't take a lesson from Donald Trump in that you need a baseball bat a baseball bat in hand in order to deal with what's coming down to pike. You're socialism's coming down the pike. And we need to stand against it. It's being pushed on steroids for the past fifty sixty years by the democrat party. And they again, they they fight dirty now that doesn't mean that we all saw Alinsky. No. We don't go ends justify the means. You get all crazy and cruel and unusual. No, no, cruel, unusual is okay. If you're tip heavily on a Saturday night consenting adults. But we don't do that politically. We don't do that. Unless we we come. We come close to the line. We've got to that we need to realize what the task at hand is in the task at hand is winning the revolution for we the thinking and not the. Communist party. I'll talk more about that. We come back. You're on the edge. It's alternative bump music Friday..

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"ellen almond" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

Living Legacy Leadership

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"ellen almond" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

"Ago in Babylon and still a great story to book published just last year called life in code a personal history of technology by Ellen almond and nine hundred ninety eight books in between those two. It's amazing. Absolutely amazing. You know, it begs the question though, for me statistically, we read that fewer than say thirty three percent of high school graduates ever pick book again once they leave school and yet at the same time they're over six hundred to a six hundred thousand to a million books published every year just in the US alone. So who's who's doing all the reading who isn't reading and why? Well, that's a that's a that's an interesting question. And a troubling one that that people aren't reading more. There are many readers who read many books a year many books month, in fact, but generally speaking the statistics that we've seen about how people. There. There's not there's not as many people reading as certainly as I would like to see and not just because I'm a bookseller and a writer, but because I think it's people pursue their on their paths in lives. Whatever kind of development thereafter, whether it's professional or spiritual

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James Mustich -- 1000 Books to Read Before You Die

Living Legacy Leadership

04:57 min | 2 years ago

James Mustich -- 1000 Books to Read Before You Die

"Ago in Babylon and still a great story to book published just last year called life in code a personal history of technology by Ellen almond and nine hundred ninety eight books in between those two. It's amazing. Absolutely amazing. You know, it begs the question though, for me statistically, we read that fewer than say thirty three percent of high school graduates ever pick book again once they leave school and yet at the same time they're over six hundred to a six hundred thousand to a million books published every year just in the US alone. So who's who's doing all the reading who isn't reading and why? Well, that's a that's a that's an interesting question. And a troubling one that that people aren't reading more. There are many readers who read many books a year many books month, in fact, but generally speaking the statistics that we've seen about how people. There. There's not there's not as many people reading as certainly as I would like to see and not just because I'm a bookseller and a writer, but because I think it's people pursue their on their paths in lives. Whatever kind of development thereafter, whether it's professional or spiritual

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"ellen almond" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

Living Legacy Leadership

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"ellen almond" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

"Ago in Babylon and still a great story to book published just last year called life in code a personal history of technology by Ellen almond and nine hundred ninety eight books in between those two. It's amazing. Absolutely amazing. You know, it begs the question though, for me statistically, we read that fewer than say thirty three percent of high school graduates ever pick book again once they leave school and yet at the same time they're over six hundred to a six hundred thousand to a million books published every year just in the US alone. So who's who's doing all the reading who isn't reading and why? Well, that's a that's a that's an interesting question. And a troubling one that that people aren't reading more. There are many readers who read many books a year many books month, in fact, but generally speaking the statistics that we've seen about how people. There. There's not there's not as many people reading as certainly as I would like to see and not just because I'm a bookseller and a writer, but because I think it's people pursue their on their paths in lives. Whatever kind of development thereafter, whether it's professional or spiritual or to be better parents or it'd be a better partner. People need a space in which they can retreat in a way to talk to themselves and reading enabled us to do that in a very productive. But non demanding way, not stressful way. So that we engage the better part of ourselves just by taking a step back from our frantic activity, which were all involved in and from our in the moment news feeds where we're trying to keep up with too many things at once, and it all goes away and disappears Brooks, whether they'd be fiction novels that transport us into other lives or histories or books on whatever subjects were interested in they allow us to engage in a more persistent way. And to have a sense of context, which helps certainly helps me, and I think it helps everyone who reads, just engage..

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