35 Burst results for "Every Single Thing"

Sebastian Welcomes Rep. Dan Bishop to the Show

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 2 d ago

Sebastian Welcomes Rep. Dan Bishop to the Show

"Are delighted to have him with us, representing the 9th congressional district of North Carolina, congressman Dan bishop, welcome to America first. Thank you, doctor gorka. Really great to be with you. All right, so I want everybody to watch the full back and forth where this person refuses to answer questions as the person who is in charge of these operations. Let me ask the question that I posited in the introduction, what is beyond showing these people up for who they are as corrupt, what is the difference that you can make with these testimonies? Do we have to wait for the midterms? And what's going to change them congressman bishop? Well, it's very fair question. Doctor gorka, and I've gotten to some people said really great job. You just gave me kudos in your intro. I really didn't do that great of a job to be honest with you. You did your job, which is more than most. Well, but that's the thing, is it's only a start. I think the enthusiastic response to this is because people are so fed up and so anxious for something to change and yet, you know, all he had to say was, well, that case is still active. Therefore, I can't answer a single thing. And he said it over and over again, but it putting those questions out there at least gets it on the table. And they know that the American people are paying attention to it and are aware of it. I haven't been in the majority as doctor Gordon. There are three years and we'll see. I'm told, you know, I'm digging into what the oversight process allows us to do. I think we can haul people like that into depositions and we can actually spend enough time to get actual answers and we can force them to answer us. But it's a slow process. I don't know that I've got the full answer there. You probably know more than I do given your experiences. All I know is you got to have, you got to be fighting mad about it. You got to be ready to go.

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Sebastian Discusses the Border Crisis With Tom Homan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | Last month

Sebastian Discusses the Border Crisis With Tom Homan

"Now. Tom Holman, welcome to America first. Thanks for having me. Tom, second secretary of mayorkas. He should be called the second. This isn't a joke. This is a statement of fact. It should be the head of the Department of Homeland insecurity, correct? Absolutely, because under his leadership, this country is less safe, less secure. Yeah. And in the last 16 months, it has just been an escalation in terms of open borders, giving illegal immigrants, safe passage. Is there anything one action that they've done that actually improves the situation on the border, Tom? No. No, and we got the first secretary of Homeland Security. I've ever seen this complicit in cross border crime. Look, everything he has done. He's been in power 1617 months. And now we keep climbing and climbing and climbing. He tells the Senate during a sitting here, but we got a plan, the plan is coming together. Unless his plan is open borders, which he's proven, that's what it really is. He has no enforcement plan. He has done a single thing to slow the flow. And look, we sued him, said we sued him to put title 42 back in place, and we won. We sued him and I say we because I actually filed after David. I know. And we assumed the title of 42, we suited for remaining Mexico. We won both a federal court said you must reinstate both. And here's the fact, the only doing remain in Mexico at about 40% and as far as the excuse me, they're only doing title 42 at about 40% remain in Mexico to running at about 5%. And this has been for months.

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Testing 123

The Officer Tatum Show

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Testing 123

"Opportunity, I'm going to take advantage of it to the best of my ability. I'm going to glorify you every chance I get. So I'm hoping that the people that are watching understand that you're listening to a man who believes in God who loves God who honors God in every single thing that I do ain't nobody gonna stop me from talking about Jesus. And if somehow I start talking about Jesus on the airways, I want y'all to call in and tell him to fire me. Because I'm not living up to what God has called me to do. Call it 844-900-7243. I want to give an announcement real quick and then I'm gonna get my guest Craig long back on with me so we can continue to talk about these things that are incredibly crucial to the black community. By the

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Rick Reichmuth Talks About Donating From 'Folds of Honor' Umbrellas

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Rick Reichmuth Talks About Donating From 'Folds of Honor' Umbrellas

"I want to be clear on this too because this isn't one of those things where you wrote a couple $100 check and you backed away Through sales of this umbrella this $5 patriotic umbrella you have it whether man and brother dot com you donated am I reading this right $300,000 to folds of honor Yeah so we donate so every year we come up with a new design a new patriotic version a design of an umbrella And we give $5 per umbrella to folds of honor And through that over the last three and a half years almost four years we have raised for them and given them over $300,000 So just little pieces all add up to something big and $300,000 folds of honor At the end of this career it'll probably be the thing that I'm most proud of And the cool thing Dan about folds of honor And you and I talked about this is it's generational It's another man efficient eats for a day Teach a man efficient efficiency He can eat for a lifetime A 100% It's giving a kid an education that kids kids and grandkids will benefit from that education And it's generational And that's the beauty of what folds of honor does and it's why I'm so happy that we can we can do something back for them We do really cool stuff Like we got a brand well known umbrella you said if you can buy them on weather man umbrella dot com we golf digest is called us the best Dolph umbrella for the last four years So we've got some great belief out there It's an editorial thing We didn't pay for that kind of award They just found us in like this And we make the writer cup umbrellas the president got umbrellas We were the men's and women's golf USA golf team from the Olympics last year We were there umbrellas so you know you've got Tiger holding our umbrellas and that all feels really cool So as a company we're doing tons of great things but the single thing that is the best for us is what we're able to do at folds of honor

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Myron Ebell Discusses the Left's Climate Change Mantra

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:07 min | 5 months ago

Myron Ebell Discusses the Left's Climate Change Mantra

"The Biden administration, instead of looking to what you said, talking with our energy sectors, talking and saying, what can we do? If I can go to the American people and say, hey, for a short term here, it's going to hurt your pocketbook. But I guarantee you, I'm investing in American companies, American jobs to make sure that we live through this and come out stronger on the other end. Is it just become such a doctrine among liberal, especially the Democratic Party right now that this climate change doctrine is so dominant that they will not that they have trouble even fathoming the realities of where we are in energy consumption. Yes, I think that's true. And of course, if the Biden administration wanted to change course, they would have to eat a lot of crow because from day one, the day President Biden was inaugurated. January 20th, 2021, every single thing he's done on energy has been designed to constrict and limit American oil and gas and coal production. So what's the first thing he did on day one? He got back from the inauguration parade and he signed an order getting us back into the Paris climate treaty. He then suspended all leasing on federal lands and offshore and most of the west is federally owned and then the most of the offshore areas are federal. So it took a huge amount of new production offline. And we could go down the line here. I mean, even today, for last week, a judge throughout the Trump Gulf of Mexico oil and gas leases, a very large tract in the Gulf of Mexico that they leased near the end of the Trump administration through an auction, the oil companies pay. They don't get this free. And a judge threw it out because he said that Trump, the Trump Department of the Interior didn't go through all of the hoops. The Biden administration announced last week that they will not challenge that in court.

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Dan Bongino: I Try to Use Cash as Much as Possible

The Dan Bongino Show

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Dan Bongino: I Try to Use Cash as Much as Possible

"So at Loretta I'll choose social says cash or credit Well both but I try to use cash as often as possible because I don't like people tracking every single thing I do but obviously in this new digital world it's not easy What are you going to do Carry around wads of like 500 bucks every day It's really difficult But I do like to leave a lot of tips because I worked in a tip economy at one point So I try to carry around as much cheese as I can So we call it a little bit of cheese

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The Biden Administration Has Zero Integrity

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 5 months ago

The Biden Administration Has Zero Integrity

"The problem with the Biden administration is again they have the zero integrity and they lie about everything The Biden administration is trying to publicly play tough while behind the scenes They don't want to play tough with Russia because they don't want to escalate which by the way I don't think is a bad idea Having said that if they would just be honest about their position behind the scenes they wouldn't cause themselves as public embarrassment Here's what I mean I asked senator Ted Cruz about this yesterday It rare again that we play a radio interview twice but just not the whole thing but just this answer because it's important And he's read in on this program pretty well He knows a lot about it They don't want to escalate with Putin which is not a problem Just tell our international partners that we are going to try to find a way out of this that doesn't escalate into World War three delicately tell the American people without telegraphing every single thing we're going to do There's no need for that Just tell them We are doing our best here to assist the Ukrainians in their fight for self determination national borders and their own sovereignty but we're trying to do so in a manner that doesn't escalate this crisis into a nuclear World War three I think the American people Republicans and Democrats alike would be understandable But problem is they always lie The Biden administration's original take was oh you know the polls they don't want to help They're really not interested They're not going to help And then when the polls said the Polish government said really we're going to ship these MiGs over to ramstein in Germany and now you guys got them and you can go give them the UK and all of a sudden the story

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Sen. Chuck Schumer Is 'Disappointed' in Sen. Mitt Romney Over Filibuster Position

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 7 months ago

Sen. Chuck Schumer Is 'Disappointed' in Sen. Mitt Romney Over Filibuster Position

"If you want to have an easy interview and you're a reprobate miscreant or malcontent Or Chuck Schumer who's all three and more You go on the morning Smosh An unserious show with low IQ individuals who couldn't make it anywhere else Not on radio not on TV So listen to this cut 5 go And to blame Joe Biden or Mitch McConnell yesterday we've successfully labeled Trump's false claims about the election the big lie You know he gaslights They all gaslight They say oh it's Democrats who are doing the big lie We're not doing any lies Every single thing that we have pointed to that state legislatures are doing is happening and happening right now So I am disappointed deeply disappointed in Mitt Romney Shut up you idiot And they take pointy and deeply disappointed You big mouth you talk at all sides of your mouth I'm against the filibuster I'm for it I'm against it I'm for it Well it just depends I'm a power hungry

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New York City ushers in 2022 with ball drop in Times Square

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

New York City ushers in 2022 with ball drop in Times Square

"New New York York City City welcome welcome the the new new year year and and big big good good riddance riddance to to twenty twenty twenty twenty one one as as confetti confetti and and cheers cheers spread spread across across Times Times Square Square the the crowd crowd of of about about fifteen fifteen hundred hundred spread spread out out and and masked masked up up across across Times Times Square Square how how did did cheered cheered as as a a giant giant ball ball drops drops for for Alexander Alexander Vargas Vargas it it was was magical magical the the confetti confetti does does mean mean that that yeah yeah leave leave the the dance dance scene scene the the scene scene the the vibe vibe of of everybody everybody does does and and just just to to be be here here it it was was one one of of a a lifetime lifetime Erin Erin Chapple Chapple says says it it was was on on our our bucket bucket list list my my son son said said you you know know what what you you turn turn fifty fifty let's let's go go and and it's it's every every single single thing thing I I ever ever ever ever ever ever you you can't can't do do it it alone alone her her son son Tyler Tyler table table says says he he is is just just as as much much fun fun if if not not more more in in Times Times Square Square I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Durant's 31 points power Nets past Young, Hawks 113-105

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Durant's 31 points power Nets past Young, Hawks 113-105

"Then then that's that's still still own own the the best best record record in in the the NBA NBA Eastern Eastern Conference Conference improving improving to to eighteen eighteen and and eight eight with with a a one one thirteen thirteen one one oh oh five five downing downing of of the the hawks hawks Kevin Kevin Durant Durant poured poured in in thirty thirty one one points points including including a a go go ahead ahead jumper jumper midway midway through through the the fourth fourth quarter quarter that that jumper jumper sparked sparked an an eight eight run run that that gave gave the the nets nets a a one one oh oh three three ninety ninety five five lead lead I I just just like like that that we we can can play play different different ways ways no no we we not not switching switching every every single single thing thing from from the the start start again again we we may may go go and and drop drop may may switch switch certain certain actions actions and and then then a a full full quarter quarter being being able able to to switch switch everything everything on on the the screen screen roles roles that that would would maybe maybe hurt hurt us us a a little little bit bit James James harden harden had had twenty twenty points points and and eleven eleven assists assists for for Brooklyn Brooklyn which which is is to to an an overseas overseas Atlanta Atlanta this this season season Trae Trae young young led led the the hawks hawks with with thirty thirty one one points points John John Collins Collins had had twenty twenty and and Kevin Kevin herder herder added added nineteen nineteen I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Democrats Know They're Going to Lose Elections, but Still Play the Long Game

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 8 months ago

Democrats Know They're Going to Lose Elections, but Still Play the Long Game

"Every single thing that the left is doing it's a very it's all planned out Bernie Sanders and AOC and these other people in Congress they really believe that the ultimate goal here is transformational change of our country And they don't just mean by having Democrats elected Like it's not the goal here It's really not I know it sounds like it is but it isn't In fact they would rather lose than have moderate Democrats I use quotes around the word moderate They're not moderates but they've moderate districts that have them win in control things You think I'm kidding They believe this is a long game for them They do Long game they have plenty of time Change is hard change shakes time It's not about winning It's not about power It's about change It's about control and change If they wanted to just be in power then they would just shift whichever way the wind was shifting on things But they're not doing that You realize now they know they're going to lose in midterm elections They're not changing anything They're going full war Sensible rational people We look at the results of the election the last election we had They look at the school board elections Moms and dads coming out Speaking out saying I don't want this critical race theory I don't want you shutting down schools I'm tired of masks I'm tired of vaccine mandates They would look at what voters said in Virginia They'd look at what voters said in New Jersey They look at my man Ed durn south Jersey beating a Democrat who nobody thought could be beaten They would see what happened there and they would readjust I mean for everything you can say about the guy Bill Clinton and Democrats of the mid 90s were smart enough to realize if we don't if we don't change here we're gonna get decimated so they did They played ball with new gingrich They balanced the budget They went with this These Democrats aren't changing anything They're going full it They're actually they want to spend more money than they did the day before the election You know why Because they know they're going to

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What Do the Scriptures Say About Abuse?

Betrayal Trauma Recovery

02:28 min | 11 months ago

What Do the Scriptures Say About Abuse?

"Women of faith. You're really familiar with the wheat in the tears. And for you women who are not a faith. Please indulge me in listening to this and i would love your help as well. I've been studying the parable of the wheaton the tears and i'm wondering if matthew thirteen verse twenty five where it says but while men slept i wonder sometimes if that means that while the clergy while the legal system and basically any man who could stop the abuse but won't right they will not hold the abuser accountable. They won't believe us they won't listen to us. That as these men sleep that the children of the devil grew and grew until you could see their fruits. Basically is what this is talking about. And so a lot of victims of abuse try to justify not setting boundaries with the abuser. Because he's quote unquote a child of god like well. He's a child of god. And so i'm gonna love him and care about him and god loves him but in this parable starting in matthew thirteen it clearly states that there are children of the quote unquote wicked one. And i've really been thinking about the way that the scriptures both the bible and the book of mormon describe men who are not obeying the commandments. They don't say and he didn't obey the commandments. Because he felt shame and so we wanted to love him and care about him. They don't say that they actually call them a word and the word that they call them is wicked. This is a common term used throughout the scriptures. Part of me is wondering. Why don't use this term anymore. This wicked term and part of it is the christian. You know aversion to passing judgment but christ also asks us to decipher between good and evil. That's part of the reason why we're here on earth and so. I think this is an interesting thing to think about. There are those of us who have set boundaries. We've removed every single thing. The abuser can use to hurt us so essentially there's nothing left for them to use to hurt us except for one thing our children and because they're the dad they have that in and they're able to assert control that way every day. I has stories of shiro's victims of abuse who are slaughtered regarding custody in the courts. They're not believed or supported by their churches and everyday i hear about how their children these children of wicked men and righteous mothers are just dragged through chaos and

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Why Do We Forget so Much of What Weve Read?

No Stupid Questions

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Why Do We Forget so Much of What Weve Read?

"I've been thinking about a conversation that we had about a tree grows in brooklyn. Do you recall this conversation. Do you said you loved. That book loved loved. Loved it. but you couldn't remember single thing about it. Yes so. I thought you might have forgotten the conversation about how i had forgotten but anyway my point is that it's a really interesting thing that people can read books that they absolutely love so much that they're like evangelical trying to get everyone to read this book and then when you ask that person oh well what's it about. There's this long pause because like me. They have no idea at all who the protagonists were the plot. Was it a tragedy. They just have this residue of emotion. That says i loved the experience of the book and it makes me think of that actually. I don't think he's actually my angelou quote. People may forget what you said but they'll never forget how you made them feel. I don't think my said that. But i do think it's an interesting question whether we may forget what is in a book but we don't forget how it made us feel. What do you think. There's a nice thought on this topic that resonated with me. pamela paul. who's the editor of the new york times book review. She says when. I'm reading a book that i even really like. I remember the physical object. The addition the cover says. I usually remember where i bought it. Or who gave it to me. Which to me is really lovely and important information. What i don't remember she rates. Is everything else. So what's in the. I don't think that this is uncommon. You have those kind of connections to books. I do sometimes remember the cover. Or even whether i took out like outside papery part it gets in the way so i often remember. Did i take the cover off of this one or did i not. I find that my memory does hang onto some things. Which honestly i find to be. Not that useful. Mostly i remember how i felt. I remember whether i liked it. Or whether i didn't like it. Maybe that's what i want to remember. Like when i'm reading it i want to know whether i'm going to want to look fondly back at this or recommended to stephen. It could just be functional.

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Exploring Robert Durst's Testimony With New York Times Reporter Charles V. Bagli

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Exploring Robert Durst's Testimony With New York Times Reporter Charles V. Bagli

"Joining us now is reporter charlie bagley. Who's covering the trial for the new york times and for crime story dot com. Welcome back charlie. Thank you so again charlie. Let me ask you the question. I start every one of our sessions with. What did you make of what happened in the courtroom today. Particularly john lewin's third day of interrogating robert durst on the witness stand. It was another day where we're going through a very meticulous and exhaustive cross examination point by point and it was not so much the individual responses each one. We're basically the prosecutor is challenging. Every single thing that bob has said about the disappearance of his wife his whereabouts his actions the state of their marriage that the violence or nonviolence in in their marriage. But what. I was focused on was a little bit more when the prosecutors finally says to bob after going through so many of these statements that he said where lies he asks. Bob how are we supposed to feed out when you're lying or telling the truth you've just given to statements to andrew directly one on december twelve. Which says you had a pushing shoving argument then the next day. You say we didn't have a fight. We didn't wrestle. We didn't touch one another and when directly tells you wake up in our last conversation. Didn't you say there was a physical altercation and you said no. I don't think i had a physical altercation at night. You're sure i told you that you just heard the two statements. Do you agree those two statements both from you one day. Apart to andrew directly are completely inconsistent with each other brands for. Aren't telling well. But i thought you told me that andrew told you the first day to say that there was some kind of fight and then you say that and then the second day you were saying and who decides to tell you to say the opposite and then to try to correct you. Is that your statement. Time he interview gone to the third day highways. Being thanks that maybe. I may say i was not going along all injuries. So mr when you said. I don't think i told you yesterday that we had a pushing shoving argument when you said that on the third day you knew that was a lie.

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Feeling the Burnout With Host Jasmine Clark

The Suburban Women Problem

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Feeling the Burnout With Host Jasmine Clark

"You're a scientist a legislator and a mom of teenagers. I have to imagine you are feeling a little over it with everything that's been going on. What's your burn out level. So i don't even know if there's like a maximum burn out level but whatever that is i'm probably passed it you know it's just I have a lot going on. And you know. I actually did a forum. Yesterday i was teaching a class. Two potential candidates women who want to run for office and Right as we're wrapping up the class and people are asking questions. And i thought it didn't have any questions left so in raises their hand and they go. How do you do it. How do you balance everything that you're doing. And it's the one question that i dread especially as i am speaking to people who are potentially thinking of going into office because it's the one question where a lot of times like I don't know i don't have an answer. I have an answer for a lot of things. If you ask me. You know about corona virus. I can probably answer that for you. If you ask me about certain policies. I can answer that for you but when you ask me. How do i manage to balance all of the things that i have going on into in my life. Right now The answer is i. i genuinely don't know. I just feel like i'm kinda. Just do it on autopilot. I use some type of internal triage system that prioritizes things in a day so that everything gets done but it has to get done in a priority order so yeah i have a lot on my plate and but but i think that every single thing that i do is worth it you know i have to keep going to keep fighting but i can definitely feel the burn out sunday's more than others But it's it's definitely there.

Amazon Wants To Pay You $10 for Your Palm Print

The Gargle

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Amazon Wants To Pay You $10 for Your Palm Print

"Wants your palm print james colley. You have a palm high five and tell us about this story. Well amazon wants to pay you ten dollars for your pompa and if that doesn't send a chill down your spine general then the very laced you need to value yourself more because without knowing a single thing about what amazon wants to do with you'll palmprints at least let love ourselves enough to push for twenty dollars. It's ever saw the richest man. Just love yourself that extra step for me just to be clear. It is not ten dollars. It is ten dollars in amazon store credit. Because i was out of. That's kind of a good deal like you know mine. Once offered me twenty pounds to have afoot selfie. And i did consider it. I'm like i don't know what he's going to do with that after going to presume. It's for like stamp collecting like that. You know what maybe amazon com fetishes jesse's us has been to space and now he's like. I need more ten dollars amazon store credit. Let us be very very clear. He's not enough to buy back your information. Look if anyone was like hey contact you. Why nature fingerprints. Just trust me like it's true suspicious. I trust them less if they offered me money. If they were just like out of kindness of your heart abbas yeah if someone like hey can have your fingerprints for thing. I'd be like she'll find anything. I'll give you ten dollars. I'd be like absolutely

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Shame and Guilt in the Artist

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Shame and Guilt in the Artist

"Now. I know this might sound a little interesting Shame and guilt in the oddest because there is such a wide array of opinion about these subjects in in the arts. You have a group of people that literally believe that because we are human and because we are communicating to humans through arts that we should try to use whenever possible. Shame and guilt and in all the other things that are inside us. But we're just talking about shame and guilt and this show and use it on a regular basis and in fact Use it all the time practically and then of course you have another group that say You know issue used sparingly or. Should this be used strategically. You know where we're has them real relevancy so that you can still remain an artist or you can still have something that's artistic and not just a rant or rave or you know a complaint or something like that and then of course you still have another group top of that that believe that somehow in some way we should try to put together things arts whether it's nonfiction frictional. Whatever doubt don't really have a lotta bearing in our lives or maybe even a lot of bearing in people's lives in general they just stories period. You know or like a science fiction writer. I know tells me all the time mark now this is real so i mean i don't need to be gene roddenberry and try to lose every single thing that's happening on earth in order to make my science fiction relevant. He makes he makes fun of the word relevant a lot. I mean he has a point. i don't wanna go as far as he he's gone to where You know he can't do anything. It is writing ille- resembles anything that happens on. Earth happens with human beings because everybody any anyway marked. So what's the big deal

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Are Aldi Own Brand Goods as Good as the Real Thing?

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Are Aldi Own Brand Goods as Good as the Real Thing?

"To jump in. We are going to start with some of the hot food so they don't get chilly before we try them. First up we have earth grown vegan meat free chicken less patties. So this is all d.'s. Earth grown brand. Which i believe is an brand yes And that is their answer to like the boca. Fried chicken patty. So it's like a chicken list chicken. Patty and i made mine in the air. Fryer where did you make yours. I just put it in a frying pan nice and it was a frying pan that we bought on prime day. We bought like the pots and pans. Set and part of that sentiment. That you you had her in the episode on amazon and it comes with this little tiny like like tiny teeny tiny pan that you can put little burgers on or make little little eggs. It's the coolest thing we should put that whole set on the food cast page. It's a great so let's do it. I'm just chewing up a storm here. i have to say i pulled the patty apart and it looks like shredded chicken inside like i really really like this and what i like. Best about it. The texture is spot on to me. It tastes like chicken a lot of times when you do a chicken nugget or a chicken patty begin. It tastes like stuffing it just slinging bread but this tastes like chicken. It does and i feel like the outside it's really crispy and like it tastes like fried chicken it doesn't taste For the stats at tastes super. Decadent it season nicely. What are the stats. So each patty which is a nice size. One hundred and forty calories five grams of fat nine grams of protein. Three smart points excellent. I would totally eat. Same mike. Add those to the rotation earth grown. Okay next up. We have another all brand. I don't know who this mama cozy is but like every single thing in all the is made by her mama. Cozy makes tons of pizza. This is a cauliflower crust. Margarita pizza that you find in the freezer section so a lot of pizzas are the fridge. Some of our pizzas are in the freezer. This is a big frozen pizza. It looks thin crusted. I kind of burnt my slice lisa. Look at this adorable. Tiny slice might cut for me. That's so cute a little adorable minds. Burnt mine's not crispy is yours a little bit. Yeah i it's been sitting for a little bit. So they're lost crispiness is like the the non saas part. I think the sauce is good. It's a little sweet i think that i like the thin -ness of the cross and it just tastes like cauliflower. A little like not in a bad way. What i mean is it doesn't just tastes like bread. It tastes like there's actually a nice amount of cauliflower and

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"every single thing" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

"Know when when someone says. Oh my god you look so pretty today you could say well thank you I'm super awkward comments. I don't know what to say to that. But thanks in be like okay fine. Don't worry about it. Do you want me to not call them at you and then you can say no. It's okay. I just. I don't know how to take it. There's no wrong way to do it. It's all good. Nobody sitting there saying he doesn't know how to take a compliment. You know somebody might be feeling like oh. You're so hard on yourself. You don't need to deny every single thing but nobody's nobody's judging it that harshly and you know i could definitely understand why you'd want to get better at taking compliments. I think that the the kind of correlation in your mind is probably accepting compliments means that you are actually feeling better about yourself which is a perfectly valid gold. Have so with that you know the areas where you feel the most resistance when someone compliments you or says something to you. That's that's acknowledging you. That's something to pay attention to you. Know if you're taking compliments about You know your work or you know the way you're dressed or something like that but when someone says oh you're such a good person and you feel like an instant awkwardness. Maybe you bristle and you don't feel like that's correct or you feel defensive. That's something to pay attention to you. In that moment i would. Default is saying you know. Thank you because you're thanking them for trying to make you feel good for for trying to find things to recognize new right because they thank you but then tuck that away to like okay. This is pretty consistent when people are saying that. I'm good or kind or something like that. Why do i feel so defensive. It awkward about that in. That's something that you can keep in the back of your mind to dig into on your own time later on but again accepting a compliment you know saying thank you That doesn't mean that you're on the same page..

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"every single thing" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"What she was doing. Yes, Some people like to follow their favorite actor or actress. You know what Obama has to ground their act? Yeah, No, it's Hey, Come on. Now get fan clubs and conventions, all kinds of stuff. Thank you, Pat. Have a good day, man. That's wild. Glad you call. It's been there before. Yeah, like that. Poor guy. He's a God. What was her name? Now? Here we go. Let's just search. I mean, in a perfect worlds in a perfect world. Everybody communicates every single thing they want to do with their partner and they try everything, but that's not necessarily realistic. Hagi. Hi, Jay. What do you think? There go? Okay. With all due respect to the young lady, this is so immature and my thing you do not just because we're together, do you not on the right to my fantasy like and it's the part of me that lives outside of you. Hence, defense. Now. That just goes across the board. I think this is such a minute issue. It's not even worth discussing because it doesn't matter what you know what he's into, is just what he's into. At what point he decides to involve for. That's when you know everything else is just a fantasy. Let him live that out of his head. That's a really interesting angle. Gee, that's an interesting angle, because because what it brings up is am I am I allowed to be faithful to someone to like adult interaction with someone to be married to them committed to them mentally connected to them in that regard, but then also Be in my mind that I'm not executing in real life. Is it? Okay for me to think about other things I don't necessarily want to do in real life. And I guess I would say to you that if it's healthy, and it's above board, then yes, that's okay. And you use a good point. You said about the ice cream vanilla. Maybe my favorite flavor that don't mean I want to have it all the time. So if you look into some other flavors just to, you know, see what it's about. He may want to bring her in later on, like I said, But as of right now, let them they have a sense of identity. Yeah, we get in this relationship, and we think we give control the other partner. All you know, we just we, That's how he belongs to us. He belongs to us now, and we know how that things can lead to the left. But this is something small. This is not even worth stuff. It's interesting. Thank you. That's not on the radio. Thank, you Know, have a good day, man. Appreciate you want her to Hey, Jen. Yes. Hi, John. Good morning. Welcome. Stare. Go. Welcome. I think she should stay as anybody thought. Maybe she's just or he's just doing some research on the act. He could be doing some research saying you've got to watch game film. You gotta watch Game film. You got it. Hey, I'm telling you, sometimes you get some ideas. He brought it up. Hey, you want to do this? He's like, I don't know. Not really. Then he's like, Oh, man, she wants to do it. Yeah,.

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"every single thing" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"So he got this prosthetic on my face as well and then they have to put the tattoos on prosthetic makeup my eyes and put the tattoos olive my arms and so forth and so on but when but he designed the prosthetic so that they're these little nibs that that the whiskers could go in in the whiskers. He tried all this stuff. That whiskers it was either the nibs of the whiskers or maybe both know airbrush That's what it is. It's an airbrush either liberal whisker and you couldn't reuse the prosthetic so they take the prosthetic off at the end of the day and they try to get as many shots as they could with us right and then he take out the whiskers and a little niche. These are so expensive. And i know the you know they were gonna throw away the prosthetic for so anyway cold people really in the fact that them again the fact that he saw your input speaks volumes. About what kind of person. He is amazing incredible and his work being being in a shop with just I i could stay here for hours and ask him about every single thing. He is at master craftsman. So as you're talking. I'm thinking you know you mentioned earlier interview about your your your runway models The modeling you've done on the data the confidence from that. I assume you have to be confident. Because i can't even imagine. I mean i would think that's very difficult thing to do. You take anything ahead. This seems rain the but it's not because when you're talking i'm thinking confidence in you're talking you know the the suit and the molly is there Is there a part that he took from runway modeling into acting or is it kind of just falling separate. It's got to be part of that. Has to be confidence right. Absolutely absolutely you're putting on a shell. You're putting on your your. Yeah you. I don't know if they do sound..

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"every single thing" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"You just gotta be like subtitles on all the time for every single thing he watch and you don't have that problem. I just saw what. Okay i just thought it was just normal. I didn't even realize it was an issue there. I'm not even try to pretend to know what they were speaking. But they started talking and my wife's are they're supposed to be subtitles. Here signed go into the menu and turn them all even says in the subtitles in english. He says whatever so he went and turned them off and then later on go and turn them on the last time it was like. I'm not. I'm not doing again. In games. subtitles. Title subtitles always on in movies subtitles. Always unless there's a form of course. Dan subtitles obviously but now games subtitles on. Its it always. And every everything. Titles mario to even that wing pedals in real life when people talk i would have if put my glasses and it will translate right where people are saying. We were wondering eath them. I will be the first one for that very down for that. Yes for from that. I read i read fast and jenner also. I like it when i can reach that i as orbit better and faster. So i'm just. That's just how i do everything i in life nixon's i can't remember stuff i hear so i will purposely right down. Things read it. Throw away the piece of paper and be said. yeah just the quickly just. Every during the seen a lot of the context of this is not is his father. Basically pretty cliche. You're going to be king stuff you know. I'm not ready and his dad's like you already because you have a heart for the people and you know just do what's right and i think he even says tell the truth oh surround the surround himself with people he trusts which is again a big theme of this. Yeah i won't bite them in the but that's fine that's shared that style..

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"every single thing" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror

"As possible I know that i can't do that. I know that i can't do that. I do know that in my brain. I know that other part of me. That's always like you know it to faster. Keep doing keep going. You know what what what are you doing. That's why it's like i. I don't give myself any time You know and yet. I always have to sell it with something so always busy And it's like if i'm not like even now it's like if i'm in the middle of editing a feature film but it's like okay i want to start putting together you know a pitch deck or the next feature and it's like okay and if all else fails it's already starting to think of an idea of what's cheaper screenplay that you could write that and like i would literally start doing all those things at the same time and kind of do that that some. That's my personality. So it's like a quasi workaholic. I guess that's where it goes down. Let's replied you know one of the things that's like so overwhelming to me. I don't know if this happens to you but like you have this. It's almost like your internal thoughts expand to the macro level. And you just think about every single thing you have to do for a particular project the film that you're making something you're writing or whatever and you're like oh my gosh. It has to go through all of these steps in order to cope shrink at all the way back down to let the next like stepdad's like just focused on that just on that. Nothing else once you get to that. Keep going forward and you know. That's what keeps me from getting too anxious. I'm sure my wife would attest that. I'm very anxious but i try. I do try to less. Wow so i. I wanna commend you. Because breaking down complex tasks into smaller bits and kinda focusing on achieving each one is..

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"every single thing" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on Ghostly

"All right longer than i short. I was going to just say coincidence and was going to be closing argument. But i decided to go a little bit further right all right. I wanna thank you so much for listening. I want also think bob for doing that interview with us. You know. it's always great to have bob on this and you know i. I'm sorry that i make fun of his Fear his phobia of hunted dolls or thousand general But you know. I hope that our interview is a little bit more serious this time than it was an annabel and about. We gave them a really hard time. Even you rebecca. I have to say you gave him a hard time. Yeah well again. It was really interesting to hear his stories and his thoughts on you know maybe why things of Why he is the way he is and also just kind of about dolls in general He has some good expertise. I appreciate and i would also like to say that bob would would kindly ask that. People stop sending him dolls and start sending him alphabet cereal. That's true. I think that would be a really good speech over. Its alphabet serio. Absolutely because he loves his alphabet. Cereal loves it. Eats it every day So thank you guys so much please. Share with your friends and family as word of mouth is our best advertisement remembered. hit that. Subscribe button if you're on some other platform you can hit the follow button. If you're on. Youtube please hit that likes cash. Get smith both. Leave a comment for us. We love hearing comments. Yeah except for the last one that i received on youtube which was. Please stop talking. Shut up no so that one got deleted. Actually i'm sorry. Yeah because it had no value to have to listen. If that's what you think exactly right. There's always a pause or stop button and every single thing. So i'm really excited about our next episode two. This is something that i have been looking into for very long time. Ever since i heard of it. We will be talking about the salem witch trials on the next episode. That comes out. On june. Twenty third how we got these pig episodes. And what are your thoughts about the salem witch. I'm interested to see how this is going to go because in general you know i am a very much a feminist and i very much know. See the witch trials as a way of persecuting women. None of them were witches. Yeah But that doesn't mean that The men who needless men and women who needlessly killed these women Didn't caused some bad energy to get into the world and we will see what got a haunting or associated with it. I would love to hear of any of our listeners. Have been to. Salem hurt anything. that's awesome. Yeah you're going to have a lot of witch stuff to talk about. I know you're going to school on. The pagan are right. We'll but none of them were pagans. Even yeah that's true. It really has nothing to do with which is tell you the truth. Yeah so you'll set the record straight. That's good just that they were on a which I forgot what they said in..

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"every single thing" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"It's their way of finding lutely do you. Do you have to be a special. Is there something that is needed to be creative person or do you feel like there is a creative dimension to most people are to all and the way that i would want to say that charlie is that we live in herod creative universe that awareness that we are is inherently creative. It's look it created this whole world in created every single thing in it and every thought that's ever occurred to anyone was created in that source of of awareness that is divine and we are all that and so the only thing that's required. I don't believe that people have creative talents. I believe that people are open to the creative slow of the divine of the universe of the cosmos. And so what's what's required. And what i try to teach what the book is about is charter. We open all of that creative potential so that more and more of it can float through us and into our lives in different ways. That's beautiful i. I i'm Interested you know. Usually podcasts would have read the book. But i haven't read the book now. Now you've convinced me. I need to. I need to get the book Kicked before i go to before i go to china on sunday but i doubt i can get it that quickly This is this is sounds like a very important read. I i really want to encourage everybody that this is. This really is the art of life. This is the beauty of life and and we are so inundated. You know with you know. I'm such an anti media. Anti press person. We were just so inundated with garbage and with problems and troubles with. Let's let's have contradiction and let's have you know. Let's not have unity in this. This is a whole different life and this this offers so much more new. Bring so much to the table. I'm going to put.

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"every single thing" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"What don't you like about them. Which is you nuts heap. Pleasure complete your little brother always interesting when you put it on the spot like that. They don't they're always big. Nasa thousand questions any other time like i don't know and then act like that all right so last question for you. What is reporting piece of advice that you wanna make sure every dad learns from your wisdom and experience of fatherhood and your time. Just don't let stuff happen to you. Take control be deliberate thing. Think ahead plan and don't get me wrong. I don't mean you have the plant and every single thing. However i am a bit of a planner you know. From a lot of aspects of my life but structure your structure provides me freedom in all aspects of my life. So the reason why. I'm in good. Shape is because i count my macro reason. Why financially sound isn't because i'm married to a doctor but because we follow budget very closely and structure. But i'm very deliberate and everything so just following a plan thinking just not allowing things to happen to you but at the same time recognize that i guess recognizing when you can even allow those things happen like oh kids are being silly buying around and you're okay. Let's not just let this is both of just letting it happen at the same time being deliver. Like i'm not gonna let this moment pass going to get in there in part of that on the plan of vans and take part of it so the word i hear and that is Mitigating your future plan. And you're like you know like things won't go plan to mitigate them and try to just have plan in your head of what would happen if they don't go the right way. Don't walk through life and think okay it's going to be okay and without actually thinking about it and acting towards it.

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"every single thing" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"Out here in the west where it's like mining towns and things like that you know town kind of Kind of stuff. Which did the towns of course were were violent and Not every life ended in a particularly pretty way or a non violent so I believe it's those spirits that did meet ends that that leave impressions behind that try to reach out and contact the ones that are still here. Yeah this is very interesting. I also the thing a that sticks out to me about what you were saying with demonic forces is your proving an exorcist point that i had on my show because this guy was saying yeah. People don't understand that when i'm going in as someone who is trained in this who has actually studied the doctrine knows the procedures is catholic From head to toe knows every single thing in scripture when you counter a demonic entity it is way different than a spirit yet as a totally different thing. it is a much more violent. it could be darker it can be. I mean it is really wild I wonder about yeah. I mean there seems to be this blending of the world's together Is there is there activism in the community to be. Are you the person that's going to make this statement known to the public. Vivian de are you gonna come down and do like spirit activism versus demon so bad i feel like i should because it lee frustrating because it's just I think because it's become very sensational in. Unfortunately it's a concept that because of a mass in larger shows because it gets ratings and because it gets conflated also with films with horror films Whatever the horror films are out at the time it tends to just take on its own narrative and gets legs and runs away so i just want people to understand that it's like hey when you go to these places you know it's not it's not always demon sorry to disappoint but it hasn't But yeah that's just one of the one of the pet peeves right right right right right right okay. We'll give me another one. What else do you do. You buys the community. Oh my gosh another one is is. I'm not. I would say definitely the thing about the ouija boards definitely a hot button issue. There are people that just refuse to deal with them. Which being a witch being somebody. Who's done magic before and things like that of practicing magic practitioner. As long as. You're respectful of anything that is used as a magical tool. There's really no danger from it. it's just knowing how to use it. It's just unfortunately. I think a yet again because of portrayal in mass media with movies like the exorcist and like things like that where it's just this portal of evil. And i was like yeah. I don't think milton. Bradley would sell a portal of evil. Yeah yeah well actually heavy. That's interesting. Because i often these days that there's no burlap avoid the paranormal and conspiracy community. And i would think maybe they would it. Yeah yeah satanists could be putting that out there..

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"every single thing" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"That less ban Well first of all. It's not clear in their terms of service. It says that they may share it with big ad tech companies. It's because lawyers suck being straightforward. You dig in until the south knowing that. I probably don't have to sit down with one for a long time to cover their ass on every single thing. I you know. I got to witness some of that being written and the question came up was would you ever put a nielsen pixel or any other pixel on the website and because they couldn't definitively say.

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"every single thing" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

"The difference so anything that you bring to us in hearing a tale of someone creating something from thin air or someone driving a car with old technology without touching anything are are jumping off a building and surviving. All of these amazing things are possible. Are possible you're never going to come to us in here. That is impossible. That did not happen that way. Certainly there's plenty of things that you can debunk and anyone that that is decision disbelief. We'll find a validation for that concrete allegation for that because their belief system is that it hasn't happened or cannot happen. They will find the concrete validation of that and that will be their own supernatural manifestation of the concrete validation that that was not real that that had to be x. y. and z and for their bubble of reality. That will be true because they're not yet ready to move to a more open. Mind bubble of reality and that's okay. We are not judging that because the the the more fear based close minded people are serving expansion as much as the people that are operating in. High vibration are serving expansion. The ones that are appear wouldn't exist if you didn't have the ones down here too polarized environment. It's it's part of the environment that you're in. You're going to have for every believer. You're going to have a disbelievers and everything in between with a lot of gray area. A lot of human beings thinking in the moment that could be true then you can show them something contradictory with equal evidence and they immediately began thinking that it cannot possibly be true. It's all vibrational comes back to the the importance of how about police system go. Belief system is everything. Because it's your operating system it's creating a reality and if you don't like your reality you need to upgrade your operating system beautiful. do you have any final gardens. I today it's been. It's been very Very informative thank you. The idea of of upgrading. Your operating system is is is one of tearing down the walls that you've created for yourselves understanding that your abundance blocks are your creation from your life experience and all of those little things where you have been hurt or you have been burned. Reopen taken advantage of are even abused corey eight these. These walls create these abundance blocks and that can include. You're not allowing yourselves to believe in supernatural things not absorbing the the the abilities of others that you find amazing because perhaps you fear being ridiculed by your friends for watching such silly things but if they resonate with you if they intrigue you you can absorb these things with for lack of a better term. We will say an open mind could be could not be. You're not necessarily buying into everything that you see. We're not necessarily guiding you to that effect. We're not guiding you to that the the idea of simply believing every single thing that you hear in the is not much value there. The value is a new discerning. Your preference and you absorbing something understand that it could be or it could not be in you do not need to make a determination about every single thing that you absorb but understand that the the your world is the energetic realm and is a wondrous place and there are things that you have been able to adapt to over a period of time that would have been considered absolutely impossible not long ago and yet you're in it you're living it you're being it is your now reality. The quickening of time is a sign of your ascension in the quickening of time can create anxiety for you so if you're experiencing anxiety in your life it's because you're pushing against the quickening of time you're resisting it. There's some fear there for you..

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"every single thing" Discussed on Pathways to Happiness with Nena Lavonne

Pathways to Happiness with Nena Lavonne

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on Pathways to Happiness with Nena Lavonne

"Learn to let go of the destructive thoughts and worries and replace them with these positive and constructive thoughts and when when we can do this we are better able to accept ourselves our lives and other people and we can really start to finally experienced true mental freedom. I think we also have to consider coup or what is influencing us in our life and you know really contemplated and think about if these are people or institutions or whatever it is that we want to be having an influence on us. We have to remember that every single thing that we see you or that we hear every person we talked to everything we let into. Our lives has an effect on us whether we realize it or not. That's why we have to be so careful especially with everything going on. You know listening to the news all the time that all sikhs into our our psyche and we start to bleed. This world has just a terrible place because we're hearing about bad news all the time. You know all the things that we let into our internal world have a direct effect on us and you know some people are aware. They're very sensitive to these saints and and other people are not very where i very aware of how things affect me and one of the things that affects me. The most is actually music. I know that you know if i'm going to listen to a sad song. It is going to make me feel sad. So that's something really careful about unless you're in that mood where you know you wanna be a sad. Sometimes you are in the mood where you wanna hear sound song but you know that's just an example. I'm very careful. About what type of media that. I you know will engage in and you know how much time i spend unsocial media what accounts that i choose to follow or look at what television programs and what movies i watch. And that's why a movie you know that is positive for us. Why nomad land can have such an impact on our lives..

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"every single thing" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Your government is willing to do stuff like this. I don't know how that can be any more clear. This should not be seen as a partisan point should even really be seen as a racial point. It is about a government a class war it is about the government choosing who is worthy of what they get who is not and in many cases. We're seeing taking it to such a degree that they are are literally willing to to lie deceive manipulate us the idea of morals and righteousness and even religion to get people to believe. They're doing the right thing. While they're killing people i mean. How do you look at this the other way but the very least experimenting on you without your knowledge but you know they never do that today as we're staring at an example of how they do that today but you guys are smart enough to think about this stuff yourself so as always please go out there and research it ask questions research for send me information. One of the most important things in this whole thing open source research investigation. James corbett is the is the inspiration for me for doing that. And i'll tell you half the stuff that we talk about comes from people like you that reach out and send me information. There's plenty of you out there. That know who you are that i depend on and there's plenty of people that have been sending information. Oh by the way i wanted. I wanted to make sure i gave. We've been trying to send out. Thank you notes to just everybody that reaches out in regard to actual mail. And it's hard and i know there's a lot of you that may have not got something in the past but i want you to know that every single thing that comes through i look at myself and every single thing means something to me. It really does. I mean i just got a really long letter from somebody that i would just touched me an incredible way and i just want people to understand that it means a lot to me so please continue to support this platform. I'll continue to support you. I love you all as always question. Everything come to your own conclusions. Stay vigilant Talk don't care. Poll year a long.

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"every single thing" Discussed on The PoorMansPoetry.com Podcast

The PoorMansPoetry.com Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on The PoorMansPoetry.com Podcast

"Finally do something alcoho- along with just flip it around see down. We don't ever ask the nutting them. Naked got down like robbie raised never doing versus episodes better than his chest simply cedar and if you tell us on which is rapidly women who's never be at eat. This is in the lead right. Every single thing got for me and i'm happy years. Competing does not bother rebound. And that's the most bragging rights crack rapid city trying to get the swagger right came by asking. You should do just got back from searching. Keiko's hold on that only make it out with no puck and nubia able like shell my lawyer contract.

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"every single thing" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

"Getting practical. Is the death sentence for so many dreams and that's part of the natural process of creation that most of these dreams are not going to be immediately realized. If you all became power super-powerful manifestos think of how quickly you would actually bring about your own physical ending because you if you manifested every single thing that you wanted imagine how overrun your planet would be with manifestations have stated this before you're you're you're oceans would be full of yachts and your your your earth would be full of sports cars in vacation homes and and sex parties. Who knows what you're manifesting. When you allow yourself to believe that you can have everything and allow it to manifest instantaneously which you can but vibrational flow is going to guarantee that you do not and that is a great gift to all creation is having this vibrational flow because all of those things if you could manifest all of the things that you desire that you believe that you desire you become so bored with your your physical experience so fast because you're wanting is what drives you so it's okay to want it's completely okay a one. It's okay to walk more but where we guide you with all this as a super high zoomed out perspective that is available to you in an our teachings are all about guiding to your own inter inter connection to that which we are in when you connect and you know you're connected when you feel estate of joy for no specific external reason. Would you feel love yourself. All that is when you no longer feel the need to judge. Feel better about yourself when you quiet and calm your ego down enough. So that it's an imbalance with your soul. It's a magical place that you all have access to in your now regardless of of whatever conditions you've manifested for yourselves and think of all of the ways that you judge yourself and think of all of the ways that you judge yourselves. That are nothing more than human programming and think about. How often you separate yourselves from joy because you're busy judging yourselves based on your human earthly programming so we waste so much time down there. Beautiful beautiful words of wisdom. Thank you. And i'm finally once once we've we've written out coded once we spend time being thoughtful and putting some some concern considered intention in into it And we have a really clear picture of how how we would like to You know consciously begin to create a alives what then. What then do we come back and revisit. This meditations do we. Do we stop to you. Know how do you move from that joyous place and avoid falling into the Practicality we we speak often of the the universal process of creation in in that that you're going to to to move up and down this virtual vibrational spiral. You're going to flow through this. Always the only way to fail it. Anything is when you you would polarity takes your vibration down.

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"every single thing" Discussed on Geek Girls Universe Podcast

Geek Girls Universe Podcast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"every single thing" Discussed on Geek Girls Universe Podcast

"It's going to be an amazing awesome week of gigi. Goodness that's right. One division premiers this week and we cannot wait to see it so of course we have that to talk about and start getting those predictions in now. Plus there is that dumpster fire and more prefer a dumpster for what yeah rally dumpster fires. I mean they're everywhere right so it'd be kinda predicted the fact despite all the early critics might have said about it either because they believed it or because they just wanted to think it was gonna be a dumpster. Fire the greatest movie. Greatest dumpster fire ever wonder. Oh it was i mean. I wasn't surprised. It was bad. But i'm also not a fan of the first one and i know we have a friend a good friend. That is a fan of the first one. She loved the first one and she's so mad about this one so it's not just me being anti wonder woman or whatever you wanna call me. It was a bad movie like. Let's just fax sorry. Not sorry that's i mean i didn't need my first one but i certainly didn't love it. Also find the greatest ever a so. I didn't watch it. Because i didn't wanna waste my time. There are other things. I wanna watch someday when i have nothing better to do with my girls happen to be like. Oh can we watch that. I'll be like sure okay like whatever but no. I've intentionally just not watched it. Because a i knew it was going to be a dumpster. Fire be everybody said. It's going to be a dumpster fire now. to be clear. There are plenty of times where i don't agree with. The critics is clear. There are a lot of times. Actually that i love things at the critics. That said this isn't just a critics hating on it. It's basically everybody. I know except for like three people were like. Oh my god is the best movie in the world that because there are some people we know that work in the same industry as us who literally love every single thing may say oh my god it was good my favorite movie ever maybe a different version of it than everyone else know everything. Be your favorite movie ever now. Everything be the best naming. Can you love every single thing. You do absolutely not. I mean.

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"every single thing" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"every single thing" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Be to do every single thing we can do from supplementation to dietary control exercised meditation to deep breathing techniques to stress management on and on and on practicing love and forgiveness on and on and on to build and support the body this this immune system's ability to do with business intelligently and responsibly tell me from Meadville Pennsylvania is back there you go Tammy Erica this see about you too like you have two questions if I may Sir I'm punch her friend who has front a blood clot he had one leg is much larger than the other and the doctors aid that the news yeah there's nothing that they can do about it what they have a minute you know Fenner's to try to I'm blocked by the lake it didn't quite fit size now for almost a year and a half and you can do about that I will here's the deal blood the blood circulation is probably the most tightly regulated system in the body there are dozens if not hundreds of different chemical reactions are responsible for keeping the blood a shot the right consistency thicker if it needs to be thicker like if you're bleeding or if you cut yourself river traumatized or thinner if you are are healthier and stronger and more vital as we age our blood seconds and that's just a normal part of aging in the twenty first century America when we're sick are blessed in seconds thickening of the blood is fine talk to see the blood and to find a long term access to the stress response that in other words the body is accessing it stress response is part of the stress response so for blood sitting there several things you could do most importantly if if you're not under severe to RAF which it sounds like this guy is you want to relax the body he can still practices STR breeding is slow deep rhythmic breathing oxygen since the blood water thins the blood so you should be drinking a gallon of water every day we also be drinking by the way a lot more water than we drink it you feel better when you drink with more water a gallon of water a day that helps in the blood moving the body also helps in the blood and keep in there's also nutritional supplements that helped in the blood especially essential fatty acids the ultimate yes age men Javy.

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