29 Burst results for "Fifteen Sixteen Years Old"

Why You're Not Losing Weight

Food for Thought

02:23 min | Last month

Why You're Not Losing Weight

"Lot of people will be looking for weight loss and probably assuming that if they want to lose weight. It's got to be this militants Routine and the strict diets. What are your thoughts on that type of belief absolutely and i think that's a really common thought prices for a lot of people and i'm here to tell everyone that no you absolutely don't need to militant but we do need to be two things in my experience reaction and that is i calorie deficit and be consistent because most people who try to lose a little bit of white either a not in`eke deficit. So you know the eating really healthy and exercising and that's wonderful but it's still a little bit too much of that body so they're not seeing those sort of results that they would like or they're just not consistent the lung enough because what they're doing is just too strict and you know they're able to do for a couple of weeks Which is honestly you know tightly. No because we don't want to give up favorite foods. So i'm here to tell you that there is absolutely ruined for your favorite foods. Carbohydrates days off the gym. A couple of extra suites. All that is okay can absolutely bid But you know you just need to be consistent over time to get those results which unfortunately a lot of people aren't okapi. And i think that's a really difficult thing about human nature. I mean we talk a lot on this cost about the fact. It's not just down to willpower there. So unfair to say that As a phrase itself. But you you touched on kerry deficits. Let's go. let's go into that because it's not that straightforward i. I think it can be confusing because of course. That's the assumption that you could just eat calories consisting of chocolate and being a deficit. And that's going to help you see the results. Need if you know what i mean. Yeah i think that you know this sort of two schools of thought as you as we mentioned before. I jumped on this podcast with reality new mentioning tiktok and i've been on the uproar maybe about a year now and is a huge push from personal trainers Fitness young people even fifteen. Sixteen year. old to you now have a million below is online. Thanks this we called tiktok you interested in health and fitness and you see the same consistent message if you wanna lose fat being a calorie deficit and that is the messaging. That is all over social media at the moment. And i'm not heeded disagree with it. Ran and juice to say that it's as simple as difficult as

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

05:37 min | Last month

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"And obviously we're going to be fastest on our own format but you still get pretty decent form a performance from say something else kilometer and designed for analytics like per k. or work whereas you would get maybe less fast performance. If you're looking at a whole bunch of jason files sitting around everything is going to be analyzed in one place. so i don't have to build multiple pipelines. i can build one pipeline store all kinds of data. That i want to store and maybe move a few around if i need to store where it makes sense and then analyze all of it in place without picking it up and moving it and we call that unified analytics. I'm seeing more and more of the independent analysts picking that up. Em a giga own guys like that are created. I think ego just did a radar report for unified analytics platforms that concept of pulling the data lake in the day house together and making them one thing instead of having two separate things and i think you hear that from the database alex database vendor side. Which is us we call unified analytics. The data lakeside. They're mostly calling it a lake house. Which i think is pushing your metaphor a little far but okay. That's what you wanna call it. Or i go you. And the main thing is I think the database vendors of a little bit of a head start. And i think that is true on a lot of things. It's like i was there when you know building clusters. When went to one point zero and got yarn. I had to rebuild my cluster. Because i'd built it with the previous version. It's grown but it's only ten twelve years old at this point and even a relatively new relatively young database like virga is only fifteen sixteen years old. It's still got a secure headstart and the ones that have been around longer. If got even more of it start. It's just gonna take a while for the daily vendors to catch up. I think and in the meantime the database vendors aren't sitting still. We're adding more and more machine learning capabilities and more and more advanced analytics geospatial time-series all that stuff as you have been working with machine learning in the database and helping.

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Interview With Spiral Director, Writer, Darren Bousman and Josh Stolberg

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Spiral Director, Writer, Darren Bousman and Josh Stolberg

"Darren josh. good to see you guys. How's it going good. Let's be you're so happy to be here so glad to have you guys the number one film in theaters this weekend. Which is quite an accomplishment as people are vaccinated and coming back into theaters. So congrats on that. Thank you I and we're gonna we're gonna get into a lot of stuff today but we always start with breaking in stories and it just kind of gives a good place for folks to kind of learn who you are what you do darren. I'm from city. It seems like you grew up in kansas as well. Where'd you go to high school. Went a shiny. Mr south to china mission north. About ten minutes from you. So it's iowa's i know i know it's crazy. I've met so many so many people out here now from kansas which is which is just crazy. That's that's awesome and what what made you move out here. Did you study film out here. What what brought you in los angeles. so i I went to ku. I majored in theater and film and keio I left after two years. It just wasn't my thing I just felt like if i really wanted to do it. I needed to get out of my comfort zone. And i think that you know being born and raised in kansas. All my friends were there. I needed to wipe the slate clean. Start over so. I went to florida. But how i got involved was when i was in kansas. I would answer every ad that i would find the paper about filmmaking and there was. There's there's a scene for filmmaking no matter where you live. I don't care if you live in boise idaho. y'all stay angeles. It doesn't matter where you are. People are making movies. So i i got on every set that i could came through kansas. There was a lot of really schlocky horror films which i was. I was on every one of them is like fourteen fifteen sixteen years old And then yeah. I went to florida to a place called full sail university. Which is a film. School did that. And then I left full sail and went to l. a. and for years it was the classic the classic store you hear about i. Was you know. I was a pa. I was an assistant. I was bad at both. I was fired from all And then i wrote. I wrote a script called the desperate. Which is kind of. It was kind of my therapy about my desperation in hollywood.

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

This is Actually Happening

04:02 min | 3 months ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

"When i was born my parents weren't married. I don't think they wanted to be together. But then my mom got pregnant with me and my parents did end up getting married for a short period of time by i always felt like things were not solid. I grew up with my brother who is seven years older than me. My brother was from a different relationship and so my mom favored him and my dad favored me. He was very much. My mom's child. And i was my dad's child as long as i can remember. I knew this. In fact. I felt like my mom didn't like me from a very young age. I came home one day from first grade and we got to house and everything was gone and my mom turned and looked at me inside. Your dad doesn't want to be with us anymore. What's difficult about this memory for me is that we arrived home and he just wasn't there. This was the one guy could count on. And i felt abandoned. I didn't understand what was going on. And my mom didn't have anywhere to go once. They decided to get divorce. So we all moved in with my grandma from that point on i felt displaced because i was in this family unit where my mom didn't treat me the way she treated my brother. She had him when she was nineteen so they kind of grew up together. It felt like i wasn't meant to be in that family. My mom and my brother had such a close relationship and now the one person who actually pay attention to me had laughed so when i was seven years old my brother got into high school and once he was at his freshman year. He said i'm done with school. I don't care to be doing this anymore. And she said yeah. That's fine you can drop out if you want to. So he would sit around the house with my mom and her boyfriend and they would drink all day they would drink all day and so i remember the scene where my brother was drinking a beer with my mom mind you. He's probably fifteen sixteen years old. They were watching south park on tv. And i had drawn my momma picture. I brought it to her to show her. Oh my gosh mom. Look what i've drawn for you. And she took it and she said you're great job and then she put it down on the table next to her beer and continued watching south park and laughing with my brother in the look on her face was she was annoyed. She was annoyed. She had to praise me. Nobody thought that was strange. I think nobody recognized in that moment. How much that type of attitude impact me. I think at that age. I knew that i was supposed to be an obedient little girl and i decided that the only way i was going to get attention was to be more like the adults in my life. And so i cussed a lot. And i had a hard time having healthy routines. I had a hard time doing my homework. I would like ride my skateboard around the neighborhood and just causes much. Raucous as i have thought age but i think at that age. You don't understand why you these things you don't understand where this angst comes from..

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

The Road To A Billion

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

"He's pretty heavily invested into those relationships and understand what's going on he thinks is biggest This is going to be the biggest ever. So people stopped paying the mortgage basically getting kicked out of their houses now because they they haven't been paying for six months seven months now in now. Everybody's now they're these guys are gonna start to leave in what we're gonna see is probably one of the biggest Depressions that we that are. Us economy is ever had So it's going to be really interesting to see what happens. What i do know for sure is retail mind is completely dead. You know if you don't have an omni channel type of bum plan For for whatever business that you're in or whatever business you're growing Digital should be probably front front center there. And i think that you're gonna see continued. See lot more. Spend but it's gonna be going to be less credit card in more people trying to just make ends meet and make sure that they're not acquire more debt for themselves. So it's gonna be interesting to see what happens over the next several months but what's transpired is there's more people that are losing their homes now than ever before in history and now the fact that they haven't paid their mortgage for seven months waves of change are going to start happening where you're going to start seeing people stop spending that's gonna be Detrimental auto businesses. I think so. Yeah was it'll play out. But yeah i sure yeah and of course. Obviously nobody can predict future. And it's good. It's fun to do it anyway. Washer vying for those he was that. Tv show scorpion. Right was was based on him. He basically act. Was it nasa when he was like thirteen or something like that or like younger kids all your fourteen years old. You said it's pretty dramatic the way that they do the first episode. I don't think they came out of helicopters in the car but they did actually take him out and then he ended up working for the government like its fourteen fifteen sixteen years old..

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Rudy Gobert's Transformation Started In The D-League

The Lead

05:30 min | 5 months ago

Rudy Gobert's Transformation Started In The D-League

"On sunday rudy. Gobert made his second straight appearance in an nba. All star game. Tom make it a second confederate and for years. Now the big man with the even bigger wingspan. There's been a dominant force within the nba. Tolbert defensive player of the year. There was a time when that was not the case. Time when rudy gobert future was very much in doubt. Today the fx christopher come ronnie takes us back to the time when go gobert was uncertain about where it was headed and explains how he climbed his way to the top. They knew that if he could fill out if he could continue to develop defensively and add various tidbits to his game. Offensively could potentially become a game changer in the league. That's their mind in rudy's mind. He always believed that he would took from wondering athletic. I'm under scotto. It's monday march eighth. And this is the league. It felt like something great emotion and ask past. I s not get this. This is here. you're gonna be the athlete. It stays with you so chris basketball fan today. Think of rudy gobert this absolute force you know a guy who dominates around the rim often makes other teams change their style of play when they face him. But you recently spoke with rudy and wrote about how that has not always been the case so take us back to the days when rudy gobert was not yet rudy. Gobert there. Yes so rudy. Gobert was drafted by the denver nuggets in two thousand thirteen and acquired by the jazz in a draft night. Trade played for show les the french league and his sizeable things into the twenty seventh overall. Pick and he came into the league as a relative unknown. What you'll bring to this team. I mean i i know. You're very long and and a defensive presence. What do you think you can. How can you help this team right away right away. Yeah can we. He had worked his way up the international level coming up in france he had to work himself onto the radar of even french national teams. He wasn't really all that known as a fifteen sixteen year old. How long have you been playing basketball nine years nine. So did you grow up playing soccer before he was on jazz team. That had several high draft picks on it. They had derrick favors. Ns canter to former high draft picks. Big men that played rudy's position. They had a veteran and andreas. Who was a veteran presence on that team as a big man and under that regime rudy kind of found himself as the odd man out but the jess drafted him and took him on as a project and he apparently was not the most stylish guy. What he i community league. yes so obviously. When you're twenty one year old seven foot one kit. That's tall and gangly. It's hard to find clothes that fit you. Great i was going to be on. Is doing right now if you see rudy these various nba awards where he's won the nba defensive player of the year. Two times now. He's showing up and looking very much like a stylistic parisian that he probably always wanted to be back in two thousand thirteen when he was still sort of odd man out on the jazz as you put it. He got sent down to the bakersfield jam of what was then the d. league. i from a life standpoint. What was it. Like for rudy gobert. End up so far off the beaten path and you know in one of the rougher parts of california yes so it's a culture shock for anybody. I think who wants to be a professional basketball player to have to go to a place like bakersfield. California bakersfield has kind of a rough and tumble streak about it. It isn't the most friendliest places. Well tonight we are taking an in depth look into black tar heroin and its presence here in kern county. Rudy's coach will void talked about it would be culture shock for anybody. Let alone a parisian arriving in bakersfield. Which is we're like community area where where are rena and everything was based. That is kind of like mess. Mess capital of the world. So i think he was not going to find a croissant sprint. Snow and anywhere around there. The coaches just told him to stay in his hotel room. And just relax tries to be honest. tells hotel for the most in when he wanted to go work out at the gym. the bakersfield complex. Had you know that all that stuff in their facility but it was very much like. It was almost like a private school in that. He went from work to the hotel room. And that's

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Lily Cole on Why the Fashion System Needs Reform Now

The Business of Fashion Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Lily Cole on Why the Fashion System Needs Reform Now

"Hello this Zimran Ahmed founder, and CEO of business to fashion and welcome to live. On this episode I am thrilled to have with me a face that I. I got to know when I first started sneaking into fashion shows here in London about a decade ago. lily. Cole was an up and coming model and those days and she's gone on to have. A career in the fashion industry. But in in addition has become an activist of sorts has studied. At some very very well known universities and has recently published a book which is called who cares wins reasons for optimism in our changing world and so I'm delighted to have lily here with us today. Welcome Lily. Thanks for having me links to see. To, see you to Of course we're GONNA talk about your book, but you have such an interesting backstory that brought you into the fashion industry. So I thought we could actually start there and then get to how you decided that writing a book was kind of something that you wanted to do and how it connects back to some of your experiences and fashion. But so to begin with, you want to just tell us I'm sure it's you know everyone has their origin story and I'm sure. You're you're tired of telling it but. How how did you first get into this weird and wonderful industry? Irish a group in London. and. I was fourteen years old. Just, doing my thing hanging out with my friends in central. London I one evening and a scout from stool agency CRA Benjamin. Hart. Came over to me, he was very looking model himself this very handsome oatman was approaching. And then he talked about the agency had did I want to muddle and gave me business cards and within a year I was kind of flying around the doing I mean even that year I, started walking the next things really took off. The moment when you? Feel like you really realize that you're going to become quite a big deal. In fashion, Industry Missouri Specific Opportunity that you you come. Yeah. It's probably a few. Sixteen A. Nose Service Fifteen. New York and opened anesthesia legis show a campaign with Steven, Meisel and at the time I'd never heard of him. You know I didn't know anything about fashion. So I didn't I didn't know what the meaning of of that was. But when I was in New York for the show kind of sense, the buzz around. Him and his work that I'd worked within. A sense of it and and then I was remember another moment when I was in back in London. And was. was on a motorbike going between shows, which were as you probably know, tons of shows I was trying to fit like five a day sometimes, and so is getting annoyed between shows like it makes them and I had this moment on the back of his motorbike probably fifteen sixteen years old going through central London and seeing my face on the side of these red buses. What? It was quite made it feel real in a very surreal way how I went from Bash into writing a book, which is obviously a big jump by the book writing about fashion and how the experiences I had in bashing took journey along winding journey that I'm still on in which the book is a product. So after a few years working the fashion industry, I started to become more and more wet of some of the challenges with different supply chains I was made aware of the few the companies I was working with they were having are damaging impacts on the people or the environment within which is working. With a charity, Cool Developmental, Justice Foundation who still work with WHO drew my attention to cotton and how cotton farming can be really destructive but I feel very. Conflicted I guess because I thought quite responsible. So what I was appetizing into watching. And I decided instead of focusing on the negative which you know of course, we can I wanted to focus on the positive and the fact that there are different ways that supply chains can be set up and managed

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Interview With Josh Flowers From Aviation101

AviatorCast: Flight Training

07:05 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Josh Flowers From Aviation101

"How did you get the aviation bug? How did you fall in love with aviation through my Dad So he he got his license in nineteen seventy nine and in nineteen eighty three. He bought a Cessna. One seventy two. It's a nineteen eighty Cessna. One seventy two so it was like it was really new and Super Nice when he bought it and he owned it for about seventeen years or so sold it in one thousand nine hundred ninety. I was three years old when he sold sold the plane as Super Vague. Memories of flying in it with him. I actually kind of remember the last flight that we took which is kinda straight you know I was three years. It's a long time ago but Very vague memories of being terrified in the back of the plane and and then when the when the plane sold and I I kinda got older and there's just that interest it was the spark that was lots of curiosity there and and I just started asking questions and then when I was about fourteen my you know Kinda talked about it with my parents and they were like you now. Seems like he's interested in flying. You know so let you know. Why don't we get you into a discovery Fleiss? We did and I pretty much started flying every now and then from there and as time progressed Turn sixteen turn seventeen. Got My private and then from there. You know instrument commercial see that stuff so what were some of the steps that you took that early on to be able to Solo. Say Sixteen private at seventeen et CETERA. The main thing was consistency to just keep flying at a steady cadence. But when you're that young at least for most people when you're young you're you're like a sponge you absorb things really really well so I didn't have to fly super often. I was actually flying once every two weeks so every other week. I'd go on just to you know hour and a half lesson but I was absorbing stuff really while I was doing a lot of reading a lot of studying on my own time whenever somebody asks me I get the question a lot. I'm too young to get an flying. Maybe they can't afford it right now. But how can I get my foot in the door and I always tell them like go read? Fa Air Airplane Flying Handbook. And the pilot's Handbook. Very nautical knowledge. Just read those documents online So that's the kind of thing that I was doing. Just gained much knowledge as I can and then by the time I turned sixteen it was just you know we'll see and I George. We had flown so much together that he was just like. Yeah you're sixteen now go solo and I did and then pretty much for a whole year. I didn't really see him that much. You know I just kind of like get flying. You know. Renew the endorsement and all that kind of stuff and and I just sold for like an entire year and you know turned seventeen right in the middle of some busy times with school so it was like a month after my seventeenth birthday that we finally were able to go ahead and get ready for the check ride. I took it like to remember how many hours you had when you got your license like it was a minimal. Seems like you'd have more hours than I did. I had a I had eighty five. Okay Yeah 'cause 'cause you know turn sixteen solo over and over again so I built a bunch of ours that probably if I was if age wasn't a restriction there I would have been able to go through it and probably get the minimum but But Yeah I had about eighty five when I got my certificate. So why don't you tell the audience for those that have been living under a rock and haven't seen either one of US collaborate together because we'll we'll talk more about our Alaska Later on but for those. That aren't familiar with you. Tell them about. How your other vocation and how How you've actually made a career out of aviation and what you're doing in film. Yeah it's it's really interesting or unique I guess how I've kind of made a career but whenever somebody asked me what I do for a living I often don't even like I don't even divulge it because I don't want to explain it to them. I usually just be like I'm a flight instructor. And that's like the simplest way I can just explain it. But I've always had a deep burning passion for filmmaking and cameras of like ever since I can remember as a kid. I had a camera in my hand so when I got enough to start flying. I figured out how I could combine these two things through this thing called Youtube and it. It's a pretty dangerous weapon when you put youtube account in the hands of a fourteen year old and I found that out pretty quick and And especially putting myself out there like showing my my training as like fifteen sixteen year old ED putting it out there on Youtube and people are learning from it but I'm also like showing things that I probably shouldn't show I mainly. I was like showing mistakes that I was making. I wasn't giving any contexts of like it. You know it took me a while to learn how to effectively do that but I turned it into. What's now aviation WANNA one? This is my tenth year doing whole Youtube thing and And it's pretty much turned into a fulltime career. Just with you know. Just showing people how they can apply aviation with their private pilot's certificate and take one seventy two average airplane that like everybody has access to and how can you do something awesome with it so I take these crazy long trips on our skyhawk or you know like last trip took out west Took a buddy in his Cherokee and we just went on this trip that most people don't imagine a Cherokee going on and that kind of stuff and And it's it's turned into a fulltime career. You know I'm I'm always sitting back here. Editing and spending time trying to figure out how to tell another story and aviation and then also teach people something along the way awesome. Yeah so what? I share a similar story because I do. I do video as well and found myself as a young boy like what I would do how I kind of got in the film as I do. These World War Two models night packing with firecrackers and then on film and blowing up. We've talked about this. I did the same thing you did the same thing. Yeah so what are. What are some of your early filmmaking memories just playing with the Family Camera Basically Yeah well I remember. I had this I forget the name of the company. It's like it's a big company that manufacturers like toy cars or model cars but these are like really detailed you know replicas of like a Jaguar or something and I remember this. One particular is a Jaguar and it was like light blue and I remember loading it up with miniature explosives and it was. It was a high eight camera recording on the little hike sets and I- recording at thirty frames. A second I think is what it was or might have been sixty interlaced frame size. Able to slow it down a little bit and just recording this. You know absolutely obliterating this model car and putting it in slow motion. That's one of the original memories I have. I build stuff. Like cardboard houses like a house out of cardboard or like building and I would wired up with firecrackers. But I wouldn't just have uses enlight him. You know I would actually run. Filaments hooked up to a battery and like have a detonator easy and that's almost killed myself at electricity at many times to but but yeah that's kind of how I got started with played with cameras staging some scenes lighting all this kind of stuff and that was all just like playing with the family. You know home movie camera and And you know getting a with editing software and all that kind of stuff and then it just kind of took off from there

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Jeff VanEvery (Cayuga) Part 1

The Storyteller

09:29 min | 1 year ago

Jeff VanEvery (Cayuga) Part 1

"Today story takes us to the streets of Buffalo New York where Jeff learned to work hard to support his drinking and partying. He didn't consider though the high price is family would pay for his addictions. My name is Jeff. Every upper cougar from the six nations Indian. As a little boy I was taken to church. Don't remember a whole lot about going and learning the word of God. I did learn how to take the offering money and use that to go to the store. Buy Candy once. I realized that my family or my dad that dropped her off wasn't wasn't gonNA come back until after the service was over so once we realized that it was just a matter waiting for him to pull away from the church. I'm you run out the door. And run to the star with their quarter and back done ever saw a quarter went a long way. So you can get a good amount of candy for that but You know growing up in. I now live in Buffalo. New York was shot. It was Kinda diverse. You know you had a neighborhood. She had the Italian neighborhood to head. Puerto Rican neighborhood. Step Black neighborhood saw being a native in the city is is a little rough because of the prejudice that goes on. And you know you're kind of torn of WHO YOU'RE GONNA follow like in high school me being a big guy. They would always ask me about. Who Said are you on and our strike. While I'm mad at anybody said you know and if you didn't take this I decided we'd get mad at you 'cause it was always a black and white thing as far. Orissa the racial tensions that go on and I didn't really like being put in that situation. I have kicked out of high school in the eleventh grade and basically wandered around for a year. Because you couldn't take td class unless you are out of school for for a year. So the year there was just a lot of Running around and partying intimidate that. Go on to get my ged. I did go onto truck driving school but I never got a job as driving a truck because he wanted to years over the road experience before they would allow you to To drive so that didn't work out. I became a certified welder. Want to welding school and get my certificate in welding and didn't even really get a jab welding either. Harissa was hired as a machinist. It wasn't until after that I did get a chance to to go to a company and to get to get more wealth than experience and got into the Union but I you know I realize you. The job said I had had many and But they were to support my my drinking habit which now I realize is Is An addiction. Because it's not a habit. It's it's an addiction that has control over. Not only you but your whole life and It type. A bandaged said that the world public sizes and makes everything look Lake it's it's a good thing to do and and look back now. I realized that it wasn't it was the wrong way to go but I was doing the things that that my father dead. My father worked at General Motors for thirty five years and he was an alcoholic and he wasn't always always there and I learned to To drink into parody into high tincture my parents at an early age. Because I I left. Home Managua's fifteen sixteen years old and I mean a lot of a lot of time and a lot of empty spaces in between the things that I did until I got older. I started out working structural steel when I was sixteen years old because they lied on my application and the reason I did that why so I would get into the IR work in industry and make good money because what the good money you have. More money to to drink and party was so it wasn't hard to do today. Found out that I had lied that my application and they let me go did sports. I played basketball under swim team. I played football street hockey in a neighborhood. And these these things here which glorified and and Sports. Today's that they are basically and worked Drinking and partying and after the game everybody costs to the buyer and drinks and if other a winter our loss and it was a win. Because we're a pretty good team and Lacrosse. And so we had a lot to celebrate but after at the Party was over the celebration was over. rushing really over for me. I just continued on and continue drinking parody and then during the ten said that the party never end what debt a lot of a problems came up because not only ruined relationships but it also ruins families and You know these are. These are some of the things that go along with that that you're not really told us because it's so glorified into world pet. You know real men drank and work hard and party hard and in how many. How many women did you can score? West is all glorify too. You know that that's what makes you a man but I did get into working into bars because six three. I was three hundred and fifteen pounds so I made a good good doorman and being a doorman. You're you're open up to not only thing set our into Bardem sows as far as Drugs and alcohol and women and these types of things. You're put into a position where your feelings are tying to master over by alcohol and the things that are going on around here For going to life and going through these things and I know road debt that I now realize as they wrote of destruction and that's exactly what it does. It's a destructive way of life that we as as natural people don't don't WanNa realize until most of the time it's too late I Did meet up with the woman eventually. married and starting not to have children so when. I was thirty four years old. I had done a lot of a lot of things in my life ahead a lot of different experiences in my life that I did But we're going into bars and and being a guy who you get drawn into a a little more I Got Into Basically collecting money for people who are owed money. I rather gestation. Her robbed a couple of gas station derived about when in their tissues in my size and my strength to basically strong-armed people to give meter money. It was getting to a point in my life where I was. I was feeling unstoppable and and it was either Me Killing somebody or or me being killed myself but really what had impact it was when my wife now which we were we weren't married. She should last me because of my lifestyle for drinking and he anger work. That took the kids and laugh. Can She just told me? Flat out that this isn't achieve and she didn't want our children to be around and You know I looked at it and I said well meeting can tap and before she's left and come back soon as things calm down. I went right back to the same things that I used to

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A teen is trying to get the Super Bowl to be moved to Saturday

Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

03:01 min | 1 year ago

A teen is trying to get the Super Bowl to be moved to Saturday

"Let's talk about Super Bowl Saturday a young man to get like a six fifteen sixteen year old teenagers pushing a petition which has thousands of signatures right now to move the Superbowl this Saturday there's no reason for the Superbowl to be on Sunday since it airs late and forces everyone back to work or school the next day especially on the east coast maybe not so much on the west coast but Saturday would be such a better day it would give people the time to properly celebrate the biggest event in sports in the time to properly recuperates from the biggest games sports we think of the idea I I like it I know I understand that it's football is played on Sunday but they have changed that and I think this is partially where it gets fun this conversation because I feel like if any purists out there we talked about baseball last I will talk about football tonight so like it's Sunday it's got to be Sunday will the NFL messed with that now there's a game on Thursday now they and course Monday Night Football the end of the year the plan Saturday they got the playoff games on Saturday there is no purist anymore when it comes to NFL officials try to rake as much cash as they could of every single day I guarantee in three years ago me Friday Wednesday to dig into every night why wouldn't day because spread that out so the idea that has to be on Sundays garbage the NFL the league itself has already proven to us that Sunday is not sacred to them so why should be sacred to us why should they play their final game that's gonna be this huge massive event on Sunday so that we have to right thinking about the next day Monday at work the whole thing by halftime once J. lo gets onstage on Sunday night similar men women wear tomorrow I'm sure there's some reasoning they do it and I'm sure there's some business reason they get to stretch it out one more day but I will be one who would tell the officials at the NFL that by stretching out the Superbowl for two weeks you may think that filling anticipation you may think that it's good for business because people are consuming media day and other goofy things are happening in Miami but it's not I could care less no one listening cares we went to Super Bowl to be played it doesn't matter that it takes this long I get why they do what they want the Pro Bowl in that that the news spread it out and obviously they want to make a big party and I was watching one sports show talking about how they had to bring apparatuses for both teams down I get the idea of two weeks of give you that but an extra day put it on

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wins second term

Armstrong and Getty

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wins second term

"I minister Justin Trudeau is what a second term in Canada's national elections you little fellow C. like fifteen sixteen years old the little over now my friend he lost the majority but says he's now been given a clear mandate despite an increasingly divided parliament and the nation and Bronco bomb endorsed him last week which was I I thought we weren't supposed to do that sort of thing interfering in foreign elections I thought that was the man and he sees Q. little fellow really really

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Fake Social Media Accounts For Spying on Kids, Is Technology Causing Horns On Our Skulls And Solution For Lazy Husbands

Take it or Leave it

05:30 min | 1 year ago

Fake Social Media Accounts For Spying on Kids, Is Technology Causing Horns On Our Skulls And Solution For Lazy Husbands

"A recent interview with the former New York Yankee shortstop Alex Rodriguez he let it slip that he has a burner instagram account to follow his daughters on instagram he stated that his daughters wouldn't allow him to follow them so he couldn't see what they post so he did a work around and he made another account where he pretends to be a teenager love that also super scary so let's let's just kind of unpack this for a second what if your kid was like Hey You're cute here's my boobs you know what I mean to your burner accounts suddenly -at's risk hey hopefully his daughters aren't Ho bags though and he doesn't story about that that's the technical term yeah so but my question there's a couple of questions here though is it okay to do that because that is clearly an Asian of your child's privacy how old are they teenagers like young or older I believe they're older I wanNA say high school during high school so so so it's a couple of questions number one are your kids actually allowed to have privacy on social media number two if you're to allow them to have social media accounts should you just allow them to run free with them or should you be allowed to create these burner accounts or what what are the rules here because it definitely seems like it's an invasion of privacy I'm not saying he's wrong I'm not saying he's right I'm just saying it's a conversation that probably needs to be had because most kids are getting social media earlier and earlier and earlier what's the right age to have social media never never okay but it's going to happen been so what age are you do you feel like you'd allow your kids to have social media I think maybe when they start driving a car so high school fifteen sixteen years old yeah and my my thinking is I don't want them just sitting around the house all day scrolling like their mob like I I would love to have as much family time as I can while they're here and so they're gonNA hate me probably but I don't think it's necessary especially what do tick tock changed my life okay take talk is this APP and it's primarily for teenagers and but the the teens these days are so lake what's the word I'm looking for they they think that they're worth is based on likes yeah and attention and so they try to post the sexiest tick tock sever in their winking and lip synching and doing little scrunchy nells things you know and it's like traumatizing to me like they should not be acting like that at that age so it scares me and I don't want my kids to ever have social media leave the house ever right so my oldest is thirteen he'll be fourteen next year when he goes into high school he still doesn't have social media good and I don't believe if that he will have social media he won't before high school but then I really I think I'm going to wait and kind of have the conversation with him once he's in high school in say would you like to have an instagram account but but the rule I believe in our house will be if he if he does in fact one an instagram amount I will know the passwords and I will follow him there's none of this you're not allowed to follow me because I'm the parent reach so you don't get to say oh you can't follow my instagram page then you don't get an instagram yeah so I feel like who says well I think I think I arrived here is giving them way too much freedom personally because their kids why should you have any type of social media that I can't see what's going on I need to know I need to know what's happening like maybe don't comment rule make sense because parents are embarrassing and weird sometimes like I understand that posted on the filter free parents with Rob Lowe's kids yeah that was hilarious I can I understand a child being like hey you know I don't mind you coming on my stuff it just it's embarrassing doubt it up but to be like you can't look like girl what are you cooking the meth factory up like why can't I look at what lane Orion heard a fish fin sta cigarette yeah those are fake instagram and fake instagram account now I wanna be like you could follow me in its rainbows puppies and they have a real account right Oh my goodness I thought fin stove is like a program for fish right right it's not your old now yeah no so it's it's a very scary world and absolutely not but I'm Gonna I'm GonNa keep an eagle eye like I'm GonNa Watch I'm all for using software on your computers to block sites I'm all for using software that is going to promote safety internet safety for my kids because it is a scary place the dark like the dark web is like a thing like people are out there doing shady she hit and it's like I don't I don't want my kids you know participating in any of that even less extreme case though like just phones you know they like I said they base their worth on how many likes or followers they have and it's a slippery slope because if you're not getting those legs those followers then you like sorry to keep bringing it back to tick tock but this is a prime example if your kids have tick tock you better coupon okay because the what open as these teams will be like I put so much effort into these videos and nobody likes them and I'm just gonNA quit tick Tock and why do these people get likes and I don't where they had these numbers above their head in like in life it's an takes place in the future and if somebody has good experience with you they rate you if you're somebody they rate you low and so but they lived for these numbers above their heads so they were changing the way they acted in order to get a high score above their head and it's I like that and it scares me and I don't want my kids to get bullied I don't want my kids to think that they have to flash their PECs all over social media to get aches you know like I agree with that and we have a lot of conversations with our children about value and worth and we've had some very open conversations I've told my kids and I know people are going to get super their feathers are gonNA get super ruffled when I say this I've told my kids time and again if you don't WanNa go to college don't go college not everybody has to go to college and you can find a great job but you will be you will be self sufficient you don't have to play sports if you don't like sports or if you don't want it you will Oh you will find something else to do you will be well rounded in the sense that you will have other activities are things that you'll be involved in but like it's not my job to tell you what to do it your job to figure out what you like and and what is what path you WANNA go down and I'll help you with that but like I you know they don't need to live some life that I dreamt up in my head and now expect them to go and I just don't believe in that I don't want to put all of that I want to project that out on my kids and that's crazy what do you mean you don't have college counts for your kids you're not going to send your kids to college it's like look if they want to go to college it better get a scholarship they work really hard and get a job college is not choir man you don't have to go to college aloe so it's like I'm just saying like I feel like there are so many different I'm I have so paying off student loan debt for college degree don't use yeah here that I'm not going to set my kids up for something when they can go in and here's the other thing too if my kid wants to be a frigging neurosurgeon they better work their ass off to go to school and know that crab because you don't want some Ding that clown into your brain okay you better know your your stuff kid like I just don't I don't know man I just it kills me but anyway their value and their worth we taught we have tons of conversation about the fact that it absolutely has nothing to do you with your outward appearance or the things that you post it is the way you treat people it is the way you treat your family it is it is how you feel about yourself when you when you do an activity or play a sport that you love and it gives you that drive and determination to go further and further but it's what you're saying is true because I have created videos and then they go out and they go on the Internet and you're like I worked so hard on that I edited that like why what happened but after that happened so many times you realize now you win some you lose some but it's harder for these kids because they've not they've not developed yet right and that grew up it's all they've now and it's all they've known would it is true because this wasn't I didn't even have a cell phone like by or college I guess or whatever phone on the wall dude he and I would sit home and like wait for my but even then I was just standing in the hallway waiting for my phone ring I was always on the phone and then we got a cordless phone and it was like life changing because I could take it in is not going back now you have to adapt and give in certain situations and that's what it is apparent is knowing yeah yeah

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Andy Puddicombe, Co-Founder of Headspace, Is Not Your Typical Entrepreneur

How I Built This

05:57 min | 2 years ago

Andy Puddicombe, Co-Founder of Headspace, Is Not Your Typical Entrepreneur

"We had several episodes is it feature co-founders and if there's one thing that's clear it's that all of them brought different skills to the table at method. Adam lowry mix six the ingredients to make the soap Eric Ryan design the now iconic bottles at read it Steve Huffman Coding Alexis of hand did the content and at a way Jen Rubio focused on building buzz for the suitcases steph curry figuring out how to get the mate so you get the point right and it's almost I hard to imagine any of these companies making it without both co founders and that is also probably the case with today story because it's a story of two totally different people with totally different strengths one of them. Andy putty comb trained as a Buddhist monk for more than a decade and the other rich Pearson was a rising star and a top tier advertising agency in London. They met because rich was spiraling. He was burnt out and looking for help and Andy was the person he happened to come across. At the time. Andy was offering one on one meditation sessions out of a back room of a doctor's office. Neither Andy Norwich could have imagined that eventually the two of them would build a meditation APP head space now used by millions of people and a business that generates more than a hundred million dollars annual revenue and the story of how they came together at the the exact right moment each with the exact skill set they needed to co found and build head space well. It's a pretty long journey an an andy the Buddhist monk he would say that it took as long as it was supposed to but it actually starts when Andy was growing up in the UK in the nineteen eighties he was. I introduced to meditation as kid around the time. His parents marriage started to fall apart. Here's my parents split up at ten and and my mom was she was she was looking for a way to cope meditation. Daphne was within her kind of sphere of of interest and in Bristol there was a local group was at TM group transcendental Meditation Group and she decided that she was going to do a six week course and my sister I I found out was going along with an item. WanNa be a home on my own so I asked if I could join them yeah and it led to actually kind of a couple of years of doing in that kind of thing into my early teens this in like the early eighties when meditation was by no means mainstream. I mean even sort of West drives so outside outside of mainstream and did it feel weird or different when you were kids. You feel like this was a little unusual eight did but I don't know if I had had that point of comparison you know as a kid. You don't necessarily have the this is this weight and that's not my mom was going there so I was going there. It wasn't until told a really good friend of mine. Step very good friend of mine. Shed with him confided in the I've been going to do this thing 'cause I knew it was a little bit kind of wit wit and waiting to school the next day and all the other kids in the class with sound desk cross-legged of owning Miami is I won't in the room and it was at that point. I think then I registered. Oh okay. This is definitely not something that is mainstream is probably not something that I'm going to be out to talk about too much to other people and what what was it. Was it focusing on breathing. Do you remember what those group sessions like. We'd see him. It's typically mantras. I see you're given sort of a a word or phrase in new repeat it over and over for sort of a twenty minute period and at that time I find it really really difficult as a as an energetic young kid to sit there and we still anti focus but it was definitely something I still found you know I still look back at it with we the a sense that it was it was a positive influence a an Ati stage in my life when you were like sixteen because in the UK it's a little different than in the US which is certainly that time like the drinking age yeah probably wasn't really enforced and it was typical for fifteen sixteen year old to go oh to POPs and get pints of beer and drinking cultures is very different. There were you into that report of that. I was very into by that stage. I was playing rugby team mm-hmm as well and it was very much part of the culture yeah with the weekend off with our fake. Id and go find some drinks red that around this time like in your teens why you were at a pub one night winter a pretty traumatic doc experience yet what what happened it was Christmas. Eve We had a party at the local rugby clubbing in Canada Gotcha and so Christmas morning by the time we also came out onto the street and we were standing in a big group outside the club a drunk driver came down the road and crashed into to the group of arson. I was very lucky to be standing on the edge of the group but it killed kill two people and injured in sort of critical intensive care at twelve twelve of the group and you know every single one one of us there that night dealt with dealt with in a different way. I think we will very confused. He's still young eighteen years old. I don't know if we ever really you kind of have to deal with that kind of thing. I just wanted to get away. I think we often do this the idea the sense of getting away away in a physical way kind of we think that we're going to be able to outrun it mentally as well and of course never

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on Eating For Free

"He gives me that stays in the DM's, right? I I don't know how many of you have seen surviving R Kelly and those text messages a non text messages. Those interview clips between our Kellyanne Leah where they are on MTV, and they're availing questions about whether or not they're together. I don't wanna say they're evading questions because I don't wanna put a lien to be complicit in. This are Kelly is having this twelve thirteen year old on MTV with him dressed exactly like him toying with the audience that they're together, even though he was fully abusing her fully, grooming. Her and married her when she was fifteen sixteen years old, married. So I just want to say I'm not a quitting Drake to our Kelly necessarily. But when I see Millie Bobby Brown in here styled to look like an adult styled with makeup that suggests wisdom age excetera, they have her in. A pantsuit high heels slicked back hair a full beat of makeup, eyelashes eyebrows. Eyeliner the whole works a low cut top. She's only fourteen fourteen fourteen years old fourteen fourteen I was a freshman in freshman high school freshman like this girl this girl, not a woman, not a young adult girl is fully out here being peddled to the public like she is an adult of intimate shows a minor..

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on Eating For Free

"He gives me that stays in the DM's, right? I I don't know how many of you have seen surviving R Kelly and those text messages a non text messages. Those interview clips between our Kellyanne Leah where they are on MTV, and they're availing questions about whether or not they're together. I don't wanna say they're evading questions because I don't wanna put a lien to be complicit in. This are Kelly is having this twelve thirteen year old on MTV with him dressed exactly like him toying with the audience that they're together, even though he was fully abusing her fully, grooming. Her and married her when she was fifteen sixteen years old, married. So I just want to say I'm not a quitting Drake to our Kelly necessarily. But when I see Millie Bobby Brown in here styled to look like an adult styled with makeup that suggests wisdom age excetera, they have her in. A pantsuit high heels slicked back hair a full beat of makeup, eyelashes eyebrows. Eyeliner the whole works a low cut top. She's only fourteen fourteen fourteen years old fourteen fourteen I was a freshman in freshman high school freshman like this girl this girl, not a woman, not a young adult girl is fully out here being peddled to the public like she is an adult of intimate shows a minor..

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Age between fourteen fifteen sixteen years old. If you miss out on that time, it's lost. And it's parenting and lack of parenting. Terrance giving their kids these expensive. They're letting the kids take their family cars to high school. I think you can relate to this. And we're not short of workers were short on parenting were short on having kids understand that they need to work towards something. And and realize what a dollar means knowledge as I and I worked in. I I don't I don't disagree with aspects of what you say. But what about those kids who do who do go to college who do get student loans to do graduate in the stem areas or those kids who do want a summer job, cutting lawns and so forth. And so on the point is of the studies that I read to you. It's more and more difficult to get them because it's easier and easier for businesses to hire people and pay them under the table. Oh my gosh away. Agree. I didn't consider that. I you're. You're right, Mark. And I I I've seen people wake me getting older and losing out. I agree. Just living through this right now and seeing over the last couple of decades or so that. Took the school bus to school and all my friends in us. We we're working when we were twelve thirteen fourteen years old doing all kinds of things I just don't honestly see that happening.

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"An appreciable age between fourteen fifteen sixteen years old. If you miss out on that time. It's lost. And it's parenting and lack of parenting. Terrance giving their kids these expensive forms. They're letting the kids take their family cars to high school. I think you can relate to this. And we're not short of workers were short on parenting were short on having kids understand that they need to work towards something and realize what a dollar means knowledge as I I don't I don't disagree with aspects of what you say. But what about those kids who do who do go to college who do get student loan to do graduate in the stem areas or those kids who do want a summer job, cutting lawns and so forth. And so on the point is of the studies that I read to you. It's more and more difficult to get them because it's easier and easier for businesses to hire people and pay them under the table. Oh my gosh. Ford away agree. I didn't consider that. You're you're right. And I I I've seen people like me getting older and losing. I agree. I'm just living through this right now and seeing over last couple of decades or soul that. It took the school bus to school and all my friends in us. We we're working when we were twelve thirteen fourteen years old doing all kinds of things. I just thought honestly see that happening anymore because parents are giving to watch away. Can't argue with you, Mark, I, but you know, what you do make a point even when we talk about family leave just listen to this whole concept, you decide as a couple they have a child. All of a sudden obligated, and it's your obligation. Well, how can I work and have a child at the same time? What does that have to do with me? Right. Why is that a government related program? Right. Well, it's a modern economy. No you destroying the nuclear family. You're subsidizing the wrong thing. Stay out of it. If it's between the employee and the employer, or if you're your own business person, you're on your own whatever, it's your business. You make these decisions cope with them. Now, we know people can cope with them because our parents stayed in our grandparents did and so forth. And so on why must the government be involved in everything? And now, and now we have more to your point. We actually have politicians like Kamala Harris and Cory Booker, no real world experience in anything going on. And on about a minimum income a minimum income. Magin? What that does to the psyche magin the what that does to to work motivation and so forth. It is outrageous. What I? When I was a kid. It was not like I said, not only wage young. It only wages. It was about how much can you earn per month to reach your goal. The buy your car today nowadays, it's the by your video games or cellphones. And believe me. There are good people going to school and college. I'm. You get it. Right. Yeah. I get it, by the way. What the hell's going on with your football team? I love being able to talk to you tonight. I it's amazing that I heard a lot of bad goals command and. And you had to beat some people down. But I'm privileged. No, no, Michael. I have a question for you. What's going on with the Packers? I mean, they're gonna have a losing season this year. I think well they are. But you know, what's going to happen? We've we've been spoiled up in Green Bay, Wisconsin. And it it's it's a course of nature weight at it. Good. So many years that this is going to be an adjustment. People are going to have to get used to it. But we can only go uphill from here. That's true. When you're at the bottom of the hill. But you know, I hear my buddy Stephen a Smith. He's a friend of mine in the end, the what's his name max. So whatever. Kellerman say that. Rogers is the greatest quarterback ever. Now. No offense. I think he's a tremendous quarterback. How is he the greatest quarterback ever? How many Super Bowls? Do you guys have under him one one? Isn't that the bottom line? Is the.

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To wreck your own first car. And. Was. Between an appreciable age between fourteen fifteen sixteen years old. Time lost. And it's parenting and lack of parenting. Parents giving their kids these expensive forms. They're letting the kids take their family cars to high school. I think you can relate to this. And we're not short of workers were short parenting were short on having kids understand that they need to work towards something. And and realize what a dollar means. So I I worked in. I don't I don't disagree with aspects of what you say. But what about those kids who do who do go to college who do get student loans who do graduate in the stem areas or those kids who do want a summer job, cutting lawns and so forth? And so on the point is of the studies that I read to you. It's more and more difficult to get them because it's easier and easier for businesses to hire people and pay them under the table. Oh, my gosh board away agree. I didn't consider that. I you're. You're right, Mark. And I I I've seen people wake me getting older. And losing I agree. I guess living through this right now and seeing last couple of decades or so that. I took the school bus to school and all my friends at us. We we're working. We're twelve thirteen fourteen years old doing all kinds of things. I just don't honestly see that happening anymore because parents are giving too much away. Can't argue with you, Mark, I, but you know, what you do make a point even when we talk about family leave just listen to this whole concept, you decide as a couple they have a child. All of a sudden smiled ligation, and it's your obligation. Well, how can I work and have a child at the same time? What does that have to do with me? Right. Why is that a government related program? Right. Well, it's a modern economy. No, you destroying the nuclear family you subsidizing the wrong thing. Stay out of it. It's between the employee and the employer or if you're your own business person, you're on your own whatever, it's your business. You make these decisions cope with them. Now, we know people can cope with them because our parents and our grandparents didn't so forth. And so on lie must the government be involved in everything. And now we have more to your point. We actually have politicians like Kamala Harris and Cory Booker who have no real world experience in anything going on. And on about a minimum income a minimum income matching. What that does to the psyche magin the what that does to to work motivation and so forth. It is outrageous. What I work when I was a kid. It was not like I said, not only wage young. It wasn't about wages. It was about how much can you earn per month to reach your goal. The by your car today nowadays, it's the by your video games or cellphones. And believe me there are good people going to school and college on. You get it. Right. Yeah. I get it the way what the hell's going on with your football team. I love being able to talk to you tonight. I it's amazing that I've heard a lot of bad calls come in. And. You had to beat some people Don, but I'm privileged. No, no, Michael. I have a question for you. What's going on with the Packers? I mean, they're going to have a losing season this year. I think. They are. But you know, what's going to happen? We've we've been spoiled up in Green Bay, Wisconsin. And it it's it's a course of nature weight. Had it good. So many years that this is going to be an adjustment. People are gonna have to get used to it. But.

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on FBE Podcast

FBE Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on FBE Podcast

"Do they really well? Okay. My oldest brother works at a company with a girl who's a huge fan of FBI and every single day. She'll ask him about me. And he's like, he's an idiot. So he hates me. And then my the youngest brother next to me is like sue he's getting his PHD and he's like super series. And he's things all of my piercings and YouTube stuff is like really stupid. He's obviously very supportive of it. But he's like, you're my would you die your hair you'll going to so speaking of the piercings so that was not something like when you saw fourteen year old Eric doing even fifteen sixteen year old there. So when was that decision made, and why will mentally it was made that child, and my parents didn't agree with my mentality. They hate my piercings and tattoos. But as I got older, they kind of realized like, oh, he's going to do it. So it's more of Justin accepting thing. But I always wanted piercings and tattoos. I just I like that. Look, do you have any idea where it came from in terms of just liking the look as I used to think about an eyebrow piercing when I was younger, and then just never quite did it. Okay. Well, the thing about the IRO piercings, I didn't actually want the eyebrows here. So that was an accident the nose during the show, how how how did you accidents and the piercing eyebrow? This isn't going to make me look good. Okay. So I got the nose ring. And then a couple of weeks later, I went out on like a blind date. And I was talking to the girl about the piercing. And I was like, yeah. You know, we just kinda spontaneously decided to get a piercing me, and my friend super cool, and she really liked the idea, and we were talking and I made a joke, and I was like, oh, yeah. Like weeks to totally it like matching eyebrow piercings. And she went, okay. And I was like, oh, you're that kind of person and you both did it. Yeah. I couldn't back out. I suggested it do you still talk to this not after that date. Wow. That's an interesting story though. Every time I look in the mirror. I'm like. Yeah. I wonder what she now I'm like really like wanting to find her and like make piece of content with new in hurt the titles, even so great. It's like we both got I here's on the first date and never talk to each other. Again. It's team Q the follow up. All right..

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Calls for death pillow over your face. Definitely reminds me of when I was fifteen sixteen years old. Yes. Adam Sandler had to see multiple CDs. And it wasn't mine when my friends let me borrow it. And it's the most inappropriate thing I've ever heard in my life is that what you're so you're sticking to that. It wasn't yours. It was somebody who was brand Brandon Hillis. He lives on area does start this. Jared was not supposed to have. I wasn't supposed to have any inappropriate content like this not only because of his age because of his religious. But that's just the lie that I told when it was my friends cigarettes, and I was like. You're right. They were just there. And now it's like holding now. I don't know who's. Maybe you were lying to were promised. You. It wasn't founded by and I left it in my car. My dad on Saturday morning super nice. He's like I'm putting new tires on on Jarrett's car. Very nice. I didn't even know I didn't notice. Of course, he goes turns the car on the CD automatically starts playing. There's some bit with Conan O'Brien as a principal, and he's telling students do the worst possible things. I was very attractive. Inappropriate humor. Yeah. It goes against your way. I know. It's like, I it's my. Very big time weakness, and it was very like sexual content. I mean horrific and my dad came home. He goes we won't be up Saturday. Moore's I get up I Mike what he never did. That before. My what's going on? What's the CD car pit in your stomach Laureano goes? All right, go sit in the car and listened to it with your mother. Oh, mom doesn't cuss. My dad is either. But I mean, you know, always matter of the church he had a rough patch. You know what I'm saying? Like, he's lived in the world, my mom does she lives in the world? But she doesn't cost. She just doesn't. And she's like if I say fart. She's like Jared. To me, the most pure woman I've ever met and I had to sit in there and listen to the CD with her. She's crying. I'm trying not to laugh sixteen years old idiot. I would be laughing and then. I'm ashamed of you. And they should have been you'd like this type of stuff and this. Yes. They pulled the like not like a spank while sixteen but like grounded or anything. It's like, I'm disappointed in you. Well, yeah. As my son, did they ever tell the church now there, my parents just said, hey, they said they did say this line. This is not the way a church member should act disappointed not laundry lists too. He wants to it continues throughout your year. Did they know it didn't really get any better? They. Yeah. They know. Okay. Especially when I get together with my brother, Abe, and brother more. So my brother a, but. They had to leave the room sometimes like you bathrooms to inappropriate handle it in my dad's sometimes starts to get in with the joking and my mom's like, Bo that's the name. Bo. He's like. Oh, yeah. Caught up anyway that was the best punishment ever. I mean, I had to get this CD back and all that stuff. And I was like try to be very careful with not doing that type of style at least leaving a trail covering your tracks. The CD when you get out of the car. I will say since Jared, and I have been friends for what twelve thirteen at this point. He has made me listen to that said CD I wanted to die. It's. Adam Sandler, Adam Sandler, CD to me. It is by immature. Is funny. I've heard it to you. I don't get it. Do you think? It's funny. I think it's hilarious. But it's a very special kind of humor. It's yeah. It's not for women because I made the mistake when I first started dating Kelly. We're just sharing things like I got in trouble one time, the CD, and we pulled up one of the things up on YouTube. Maybe we'll say what it is. I'll tell you off the air. And she was I thought she's gonna break up with me. So you think this is funny? I might no not really. House like that stupid. And Jerry when when he was making listen to it because he was making me..

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Student wounded in shooting at Florida high school, authorities say

Financial Safari

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Student wounded in shooting at Florida high school, authorities say

"There's been some breaking news about a shooting thankfully it does not sound catastrophic but i do want to bring you up to date on this breaking now on the mike gallagher show one student shot another in the ankle this morning at forest high school in florida this is near ocala the injured student a boy suffered a nonlifethreatening injuries been taken to a local hospital the show but the but the good news is the shooter is in custody it sounds like it's one student involving another student which is a little bit chilling considering today is the nineteen th anniversary of the columbine school shooting in colorado and in fact a number of students around the country today are planning walkouts now you know you're fourteen fifteen sixteen year old kid you want to be an activist you're inspired by some of these kids from parkland who are on both sides of the the gun control debate i i don't think we ought to get to bent out of shape over kids who want their voice to be heard on this grim anniversary of the massacre in littleton colorado i mean frankly actions have consequences and if there's a policy against walking out of class in your son or daughter is high school and they walk out of class and they march around with a sandwich board or whatever they're gonna do maybe they're gonna get suspended maybe they're gonna have detention maybe they're gonna get penalized with with their letter grade whatever i don't think anybody should realistically expect anybody who protests or who is a voice of protest not to face any accountability a little bit like this professors a big debate about this professor who said horrific things about mrs bush after she died this goofy writing muslimamerican whatever poet whatever she is.

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Student wounded in shooting at Florida high school, authorities say

Mike Gallagher

02:52 min | 3 years ago

Student wounded in shooting at Florida high school, authorities say

"There's been some breaking news about a shooting thankfully it does not sound catastrophic but i do want to bring you up to date on this breaking now on the mike gallagher show one student shot another in the ankle this morning at forest high school in florida this is near ocala the injured student a boy suffered a nonlifethreatening injuries been taken to a local hospital the show but the but the good news is the shooter is in custody it sounds like it's one student involving another student which is a little bit chilling considering today is the nineteen th anniversary of the columbine school shooting in colorado and in fact a number of students around the country today are planning walkouts now you know you're fourteen fifteen sixteen year old kid you want to be an activist you're inspired by some of these kids from parkland who are on both sides of the the gun control debate i think we ought to get too bent out of shape over kids who want their voices to be heard on this grim anniversary of the massacre in littleton colorado i mean frankly actions have consequences and if there's a policy against walking out of class in your son or daughter's high school and they walk out of class and they march around with the sandwich board or whatever they're gonna do maybe they're going to get suspended maybe they're gonna have detention maybe they're going to get penalized with a with their letter grade whatever i don't think anybody should realistically expect anybody who protests or who is avoid of protests not to face any accountability it's a little bit like this professors who big debate about this professor who said horrific things about mrs bush after she died this goofy writing muslimamerican whatever poet whatever she is at fresno state and she's such a vicious vile person that she she tweets out to her followers the witch is dead and i'm glad that george w bush's sad that his mother died and all these terrible ugly things which incidentally is a symptom of social media is there are plenty of people who just want to say the most shocking awful provocative things to get noticed to get attention well okay you're a tenured professor at fresno state free speech doesn't mean you don't have to face any consequences for hate vile nasty content especially if you're a representative of a.

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Disband and people here fifteen sixteen year old kids pronounce that and they go running for the hills now i'm not going to castigate these kids from storming douglas they've been through a held that we none of us would want our kids do experience they feel they have a voice they have a platform there getting not jimmy kimmel they're getting on ellen degeneres they're on msnbc morning noon and night there on cnn almost by the hour heck some of these kids mike the i'm sort of think they are cnn correspondent's but you know what it's not productive to too bad mouth these kids it's not productive to call the names and call them tyrants and called them you know they're fifteen sixteen seventeen year old kids i've got sox older than these kids and so let them spout off let them believe the way they believe let's meet them in the arena of ideas as adults let's breathing adults and say here's why we think respectfully your wrong when you say the nra errors or terrorists here's why we think are mistaken when you say the nra should disband or just uh completely you know corporate their light to be an organization here's why we think your mistake mistaken when you say this one kid david hogg on not go back to school until we have better gun control legislation for young man you may not be going back to school for a long time you might be thirty before you go back to high school and i wouldn't want that for you so maybe your parents will prevail but but but again let these kids have their voice let's not let's not name call them let's not browbeat kids who in some cases crawled over the bleeding dead bodies of their friends to get out of that school they'd been through hell and we ought to have some grace and compassion for them as well it sixteen past the hour let let me know what you think about my my initial reaction about this police officer let's see if you agree with me or not because you know maybe i'm blighted my by my support for law enforcement but i suspect there may have been a rush to judgment involving this sheriff's deputy this uh school safety resource officer.

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"A younger brother who i trained to wrestle when he was like i don't know fifteen sixteen years old he got booked as an extra for wwe for the very first time and he calls me and he goes dude i'm so excited i got book and i i told him 'cause i've been an extra eighty seven thousand times with the naming this you know talk to people meet people keep your head down just you know stay out of trouble don't get your don't get their hopes up basically so he calls me like a week later goes dude they're sending me the florida for a try out oh that's weird okay cool good for you and tall called me no mid week or two later he's like dude i got signed oh wow that's the biggest kick the nuts in the world i'm proud of him by part of your soul tonight oh yeah absolutely and i was like well the least i've got this this nine one one job in an hour if i want you know hey one of us made it i'm just trying to you know justified to myself why my life's work could be taken for me favorite my brother had been in the business you know a year uh so i'm like okay i and i i really had started to come to terms with it godana truth i uh my days off from 911 were monday tuesday so braun smack down we're in i believe pittsburgh and cleveland and i was like lol yeah i'll go make an extra five hundred bucks so i called the office and i was like hey you got the extra as much yeah sure come on down so i went there i was probably 15 pounds lighter than the last time had been there i'd grown my hair out i was like most regular looking i've ever been in my life.

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on WCTC

"Of the world the steve bannon's of the world they certainly seem willing to defend some one and perhaps sent a pedophile to the government fascinating stuff they believe that a pizza restaurant a lot of these people was a front for a huge pedophile ring but they refused to believe that a man with a significant amount of power for decades in a very conservative christian red state alabama possibly potentially could have sexually molested assaulted raped fourteen fifteen sixteen year old girls that just shows you what politics does to the mind it blinds the brain you put the blinders on you uh you see what you wanna see and you don't see what you don't want to say and in this case it's really just about as disgusting as it can get kellyanne conway of course we all no or from the trump campaign ran a are the first female actually to run a campaign of the biggest upset in american history kellyanne conway we do have to give her some respect for that been don't want no one i you know on earth or on mars or on the moon thought the donald trump was going win whitman kellyanne conway was able to bring him to victory she's talking about the allegations here and this is what she has to say regarding roy more conduct as describes as march a false and discuss toll disqualifies hawaiian whose time it from holding public office so i will go a little sent fighter if there's anyone currently or public office his behave that way to any girl or any one maybe they should step aside or any boy i mean i gotta tell you you know these allegations of what's been going on on social media specifically there's this new me at fourteen sort of hashtag going around on social media wear mostly girls are showing pictures of themselves a fourteen and they are not sexually active people they should not be sexually approached it i don't understand why anyone would do that again these are allegations let's be fair i was in fact i was a foster brother for many years ever since i was twelve years old my family took in dozens of foster brothers and sisters kids raging from literally infants six months old all.

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Is crazy to me how many lives ended up on the cutting room floor when it came to this particular crime and end this put this particular sort of in political political situation yeah so forty two years ago martha moxley a beautiful like fifteen sixteen year old girl is bumps they found her body on the grounds on the property right under i think her own grounds yes yes under a tree and yet near this pine tree that that michael skakel ends up talking about and many reasons why a it's pretty crazy one of them now course this is something that the police totally bungles from the very beginning almost till the end they find a her yeah under this tree an inch there's just a lot that goes ron i did want to sort of set up if we could the the sort of the family an and this guy this can littleton who apparently he gets hard as a tudor the idea here is that rushton skakel is made all of his money i in i can't remember what she was magnate it was leg to like a train transportation potentially dealers something any raped she is he is the brother of ethyl kennedy and he is has this family and his wife had had cancer the add seven kids and his wife had just passed away two years before this event occurs if family unravels rush didn't skakel is an alcoholic a very very severe alcoholic does not know how how to handle these kids these kids have no checks they have nobody keeping them in line and so basically all they do is go out and party they drink and they do drugs and i in and that their lives they got a free rein so and they're kennedy's assent dry and rushton decides is.

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"48 hours challenge that he wants to warn parents should talk to their assumes let's say i had a son right it because i'm not going to direct is set at my at my real child below let's say i as son and my son was fifteen sixteen years old and he did this you know he went missing and then was go on for two days well you know jan and i were panicked up twenty four hours a day you know working with the cops on social media trying desperately to find where he is and then three days later he comes out of a friend's apartment door friends bedroom and says hey it's just a game i would never speak to him again i would i would say okay that's the point were you thought that were you cared very little about me and your mom and so whatever life you got go and you go ahead enjoy it but you're i'm never opening this door again to you and you broke the the bond that we had and you are on your own eye again here's your clothes here's a little food and use a couple hundred bucks enjoy it because that's it i would wrap that up in a heartbeat and people say well you never know dude you'll be so grateful when your your your son came back i would be so pissed off you couldn't imagine how we are turned on a kid a because that is a that is a red line that you can never ever ever cross young gold missing on purpose just to upset your mom and dad kids if you do this and your parents turn on you i warned you i warn j if you're fifth fifteen sixteen you're gonna play this game and you're gonna put your parents through that kind of living hell then don't be surprised when your parents say we are going to put you up for adoption and you can enjoy your self and and i think can't you put your kids up for adoption at fifteen i think you can i wonder if you can what's the latest age for adoption i think he can put your kid up for adoption nine you know just fourteen or fifteen say hey you thought very little of us so we're gonna things very little of you and you are now free to move into a into a into a home for a crazy kids and that's where you're gonna live in orphanage nothing orphanage filled crazy kids but you're gonna live in an orphanage and you are going to be an orphan and don't call us and.

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Stations in american idol is coming back and lionel ritchie was on and he was saying that it took him it took him um to be thirty years of age before he had the confidence and the ability to go and ask for more into to do what he's been doing his whole it life he said kids today fourteen fifteen sixteen year old kids want the money show me the money you're going to pay me you're going to give me you gonna take care of my needs here and he said i've never seen anything like it how confident at such a young age and i think that to some extent it's really obnoxious to be honest you it really it is yeah it's shelf after shelf sander psyche that they're developing what's in it for me and how do we change that over time and i think what people need to realize is this what are my actions gonna do for other people you know a lot of times in a and i firmly believe this when we really true early give a damn is when we can internal i something that really affects us uh and then we do something about it not and and i have a store in my book aware this old man was walking across the street actually happened to hartford connecticut andrew used cars will come at by in a car hit this old man he flipped over it land in the street and i watched video car after car just one ironic i don't when he helped them out i'm going home why isn't anybody helping this person how great it took about thirty seconds at finally people came to his aid and um and then i saw another uh a video where a dog went in the middle of a road and the talk i'd hit by a car and it was another docked at dodge tractor traffic picked up this dog and put this dog into the middle them bdn and what was ironic print clean the whole thing was that the dog lived and the old man die and that's correct me if something because if you're in your heart this whole man what's going across the street and it was your dad and your dad cup flipped over what would you you would absolutely get all your car power and help this person because i cornish tunnel why something that a back you and you'll do something about it and we've got around.

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"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen sixteen years old" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"When you're whoa young let's say just young boy fifteen sixteen years old they'd love to be camped in in dr of their high school football team but they might realise that they have you know noodles for arms and legs can cause you delay or and they can't they can't cut it so instead of living with these sort of shame of having the jocks excel and get the ladies and so on and so forth while they sit with a nerd they get together with the nerds and decide that the jocks or bad people in need to be brought down it's their shame sort of turning into anger yeah and then into acting but if they had a magic wand they would be captain of the football team and corn i see that i see that as more jealousy than shame more and um than feeling ashamed that they can throw the football fifty yards they wish they could um but you know it's not their fault corolla they can't because it's their parents dna that that made them i mean it's it's so extreme now you know you really onto something karoly really are onto something it's so extreme not only on the millennial side and not only on college campuses but just the mentality of the progressive left all right the bernie sanders people it's so destructive to individual freedom c freedom is based on accomplishment it's based on options it's based on i don't care that the world is hard i'm gonna i'm freed to overcome that.

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