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"filat" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"filat" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Man is dead and two other people are seriously hurt after three semis and two passenger vehicles collided on I. fifty five near Wilmington yesterday Illinois state police trooper deanne filat says it happened north bound at Lorenzo road she says a semi hit a passenger vehicle which crashed into another passenger vehicle them both of those vehicles were pushing to a semi which crashed into a third semi trip of a lot says at the time of the crash traffic was stopped due to construction but there were signs to warn drivers to slow down we also have troopers out there twenty four seven working as on trying to get traffic was slowed down and stopping people who are driving too fast just want to make sure that people are really using caution when driving do any kind of instruction on especially this one because there is a lot of truck traffic salon says the driver of one of the passenger vehicles was killed while one truck driver and the driver of the other passenger vehicle were seriously hurt a lot says should be Patel the driver of the truck investigators say started a chain reaction is charged with failing to reduce speed and following too closely some Chicago alderman say better wages for kept workers should not be tied to increasing the minimum wage in the city proponents of an increase in wages for tip workers continue to lobby their life foot the bill so the mayor supports fifteen dollars an hour by twenty twenty one but she hasn't said anything about increasing the minimum wage of six forty for tip workers like waiters and bartenders the restaurant association continues to claim that paying wait staff and bartenders fifty Bucks an hour before for them to lay off employees Keith Johnson is radio one of five point nine FM coming up the accu weather forecast and sports WBBM news time for.

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"filat" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"filat" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Show with our guest retired Colonel Clifford worthy, a West Point graduate, who has written the black Knight, an African American families journey from West Point a life of duty honor and country. It's published by front edge publishing and the came at a critical a pivotal point in American history. What are the most remarkable actually, although there was, of course, an unfortunate amount of violence, but given the social changes took place in this era? In most societies, such changes wouldn't have occurred at all. And if they had would have occurred with hundreds of thousands of deaths instead of the, the few thousand that actually occurred, tragic as it was. It could have been an awful lot worse. Now, then was there any time at West Point, when you've said to yourself cliff we're not gonna make it? I can't take this any more. Did you ever come close to quitting because I think most cadets at some point get pushed close to their breaking point. No. I don't think I experienced that now my one of my roommates did. But I, I was older than my in my roommate's. Usually kids go into West Point when they're out of high school. So they're eighteen and the graduate at twenty to twenty one when I went in, because the process of that, as you told you before started in nineteen twenty six three years before I got in based on the persistence of my congressman congressman John Dingell. Julia. Senior. I'm sorry, father of the congressman Dingell with just recently passed. And he made that decision they was going to, to that you got in so you were older. You were more mature the dream of becoming a doctor. What happened to that? Well that that ended. It, it, it was just a dream. But from the beginning, you use the right term there, because there was just no way that I could have got through medical school folks. We were we were very poor and they couldn't have paid. It was kind of a dream, but not just from immediate family, my extended family, which was very large. They decided that I was going to be the family doctor for the for all the family. And but of course, it just never never never happened. What was your first duty assignment? What's you got that degree? You got the commission as a second. Lieutenant where do they send you? I. You did you you went to back to your branch school, which is our Tillery activity and you had a training session. Their time of learning about basic. Soave Filat, Ori and basics of leadership throughout Dory, and that was the first first thing that happened. And then my first duty assignment was at fort Carson, Colorado. Now, call fort Carson. That was a nineteen fifty three and was there for a short period of time. And but the change in deployment of forces at that time. And, and we my unit was set to Fort Knox, Kentucky, and that was where I spent some time there and, and sort of was the starting my career. You managed to dimiss Korea. Was over two months before I graduated. Fortunately, sad story about Korea, the class of nineteen fifty which was coast, graduated three years before. I did they went immediately to Korea applying graduation, and the clash lost twenty eight cadets. From that class alone. Wow, that's pretty pretty healthy total. Yeah. I, I recall from my Vietnam era that this base theme straight to a lot of people. But for those people I knew in the army, who were career that it was very important to, as they put it get your ticket punched in a combat zone at in my era, that was Vietnam. And, and I remember people griping as I put in my year in Vietnam at I get second, Vietnam, blah, blah, blah, I knew people when I came back stateside in the army, I knew people who spent that time in say some place, like Germany, you know, army of occupation Munich beer, halls of the sort of thing, and they, but they were stuck in rank, and they hated it. They tried desperately to get transferred to Vietnam. I remember thinking I, I knew a lot of people traded places with you, this, this sort of thing did did the lack of, of that service at that time in. In a combat situation that back promotions for you. You use the right term ticket. I think if you really were career minded and wanted to succeed at that time, you whether you want it to or not it was good to get a toured Vietnam. In fact, I commended battalion in Vietnam. Yeah. Offensive. Right. Exactly rafter. Ted offensive and six months. And today, one of the objectives of that time was to get as many new tenant Colonel extended crop in command and, and van west of Vietnam as as possible. Six months. And. Last six months, spent the next six months doing something else. That's exactly what happened to me. Terms of the various duties that you got did did you wind up doing what it was? You wanted to do. You said what did I give you were you given a sign that you preferred in the military, of course you, you go, where your order to go even officers get ordered by a higher level of digital. Did you get what you wanted as it were? Did you ever apply for certain positions, or certain postings or anything like that? Yes. I was very fortunate. I usually got what I want. I was. I wanted to go to jump school. I got that payment. Airborne qualified. I wanted to have advanced schooling and after nine years out of West Point. Army sent me to the university of Arizona two years to get a masters degree in mechanical engineering. I wanted to. Get it go to the Pentagon. And at that and had. I don't know if this is the time in your view that you want me to go through all assignments that I had, but I was a first assignment Pentagon office of the chief research and development that was the result of schooling that university of Arizona. So I spent two years doing that. Went onto Alice selected to be one of military assistance to the secretary of the army, and certainly one of that. And, and then so yes question, US a pretty good sign much they're gonna come back, and we'll talk some more about the experiences of a man who enter the US military at a time of tremendous and often very painful transition in this country. He is African American and his book is the black Knight. Retired Lieutenant Colonel Clifford worthy is our guest. And I thought his story was worthy of telling because for so many of us, we don't know.

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News in Brief 7 May 2019

UN News

04:08 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 7 May 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations the release of two Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar after reporting on the massacre of ringing. Muslims has been welcomed by the UN human rights office, h Chr which has nonetheless said that press freedom there remains dire. Reuters journalists while loan who is thirty three and your who twenty nine were convicted and sentenced to seven years in jail last September after being convicted of breaking the official secrets act. They had been investigating the killing of ten ethnic businessmen by security forces and Buddhists billions in western raccoon state during an army operation that began in August two thousand seventeen o h h how spokesperson Ravina shonda Sanni said that while it was good news that while own and kiasu had been released after more than five hundred days in custody. They should never have been convicted under rested in the first place. Arafat's you may recall had put out a report in September last year right after their sentences were first confirmed and that. Port detailed, the very dire situation or freedom of expression in Myanmar. And this has not changed. The report the Tumen authored featured testimony from alleged perpetrators witnesses and families of the victims. It was awarded the Pulitzer prize for international reporting in may as well as the twenty nine thousand nine UNESCO. Guillaume O'Connor weld press freedom prize. U N chief Antonio guitarist has said that he's following with great concern. Intensifying clashes in northwestern Syria that have claimed it yet more lives and displaced thousands in recent days, the secretary general's comments come amid reports of aerial attacks on population centres and civilian buildings within a demilitarized zone in southern rural. It live and northern rural hammer that has been guaranteed since last September by Russia and Turkey mister Gutierrez said he was alarmed at news that hundreds of civilians had been killed and injured in fighting between Syrian government forces supported by the allies and armed opposition forces, including isolate Filat at terrier, Al sham. He's called for parties to uphold international humanitarian law and protect civilians as the holy month of remedy and begins the UN human rights office. OH Chr said that at least seven health facilities have been struck since the twenty eighth of April along with several schools. Here's OH Chr spokesperson Ravina shandra Sahni, again, at least twenty seven civilians have been killed. And thirty one injured since twenty ninth of April. Although there are other estimates out there that are much higher. These are just the numbers that we have been able to fully verify. And this includes many women and children yesterday on the sixth of may government forces started to advance on the ground and captured villages from non state armed groups in northern Hama. Additionally, non-state groups carried out counter attacks in Latakia. So the violence is very much escalating and finally news of a global bid to stop snake bites killing or disabling hundreds of thousands of people year, according to the World Health Organization or WHO, which is leading the initiative snake bites effect up to two point seven million people annually and forty percent of victims are children the UN agency wants to cut that number by half by targeting rural communities and ensuring that victims have access to safe effective treatment often several anti-venom treatments on needed to cure snake bite victims WHO's at Dr Bernard at Baylor. Ridha told you a news one dose of anti. Venom currently can cost up to two hundred dollars a violent and an adult person needs at least four if not much much more. So it's a very very expensive product. So we need to try to influence the market get safe products and good products out there that are appropriate while agricultural workers and children are the most effected by snake bites. WHO says that children often suffer more severe effects than adults are into their smaller body mass one of the problems in treating people who've been bitten is a loss of confidence in available serums by health professionals and patients this has a road to demand full the medicines. But WHO intends to address this and other challenges when it launches its strategy for prevention and control later this month in Geneva. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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"filat" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"filat" Discussed on NFL Live

"Man is great, man. Phil is really one of the greatest people on his team and feel is as a great person inside and out, man. He he's always he's one of the leaders for reason, and he'd been in his lead as long for reason, man. So he's the one that keeps his team running. Really we he Li follow. I got a little look on Twitter of that sprinter van of his who is calling the team at this point. Yes. Yes. This or a show of he got TV's and all the. And how how is it having Bosa back on the other side for you? It's been good. You know, both is one of the great pass rushers in this league. And we've had Calva play back in the lineup. It's a blessing. Really? So you know, me and him. We we got a combination that we got going and having bag as the maser who's your MVP right now. Would you say Melvin I know you're quarterbacks in conversation or some other quarterbacks around the league who are you going with and what me to keep real MVP? I probably would go Aaron Donald man because I fly the most valuable players in play that affects every play a quarterback. He has the touch the ball every play, of course. But it's time to make a change lead. And I feel like Aaron Donald has made a chain to where he's affected every single play. Where you've got to come out. You got a game plan and know where he's at every single play if not he gonna make you pay. So I think that's my VP. Is there anything you noticed from Donald game that you try to maybe steal a piece of is there something that you like that? He does that you're trying to work on anything along those lines. Nah. I am Tate. Nobody getting him. I got my own game until you nobody game. That was true. You've got to be a pretty darn good game yourself there. I saw you that you predicted the chargers would win the Super Bowl this off season. How do you feel about that pick right now man, I still feel the same way from day one? When I came in the same way because I'm not what we put in day in day out. And I know the mentality. We got him we trying to get somewhere, and we're gonna get there. I saw that you dropped this rap album. I gotta tell you. I was listening to it today while we were right in the show. And I love some of the music. I'm curious what I got you into the music scene. My growing up the way I grew up and my life really really put me into the museum. And for me. It's a way to Venice away. They express myself as a way to tell my story. So that's why I'm so Deepa heavily in the music. Your first album that you released was called franchise tag. And it was right after that you sign that tag last year. Why did you decide that that would be the direction you'd want to take with the title because my music is always about my life at that point in my life. That's what I was going through. So so that's how the name came up the franchise tag change. It all what what was what was that experience? Like did you angry? What was that for you? I was angry. I really I really can't express the Filat. But it is just you just like any other players, you won't you want some security wanna know that they want you for a long time. And my oldest is as from one of me for a long time. And that time I didn't understand that. But now I do Melvin best of luck. I know it's big game this weekend. Enjoy it. And we really appreciate things times. Yeah, we preach that you're checking in ASEP. Right. There we go. There is a whole lot of noise rounding this chargers defense heading into two thousand eighteen and they got off to a pretty slow start to the season. But heightened things up since starring one and two is what they started says we for the chargers defense banks top five and the NFL and scoring busy total QBR allowed and have been much more efficient on her play basis..

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"filat" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"filat" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Right now. Not harry's. Don't call him a forward Sasha cycling. So we heard there from Filat Lionel. I mean, Sherwin is known to most people as a coup commentator, and it's fascinating listening tool clips when he first started in the late eighties. On policy was in a coma. And you know, when he started I he he just finished a writer. He was pretty role league. Is he told us, you know, record the had potential, but he worked hard. He improved an awful law as in in that role over the years under the Sherman from from those years, very different to the finish. Here will hear that completely thrown some of his country over the years. Yeah. I think well, they defined cycling. Komen. Treat is really fill in pull and they weren't just a partnership. They were a double acting sort of known comedic more coming wise or one of the famous double X of TV comedy, the two names. Just go together, they'll synonymous with one another, and I think in the early days, certainly went I I watching the tutor phone from channel four the thing that sticks in my mind. How often feel lik said pull show in his ridden? The two of the front seven times he wanted to give show and even in the to the fledgling days of commentary wanted to give him that authority that show in had just recently come out of the peleton and was able to take the the view is inside the race and a lot of the country, even to you know, the very recent years. When course, some of it oversee had not heard a lot of their country in recent years because being different about the the star remained. Well. Oh coming to the newcomers explaining to people who might not understand how the pellet homeworks what's going on. Why they writing the front? How do they dropped one of these things fill fill in poor really did in generations of cycling. Find in the UK. The you action Australia, particularly an huge amount of our understanding of how the fort works came from their country. Easy to forget. The polls show a pro rider. You know, he was a British writer who made it on his own in an era where British ride at one not going to Europe to race. He fell between the two great eras of British riders coming across racing in the two fronts the food of Thome Simpson. Barry Hoven era, the end of the sixties, Barry home, of course, had a long career and just about overlapped with poor show in in nineteen seventy four British Reuters rode the tour de front, Barry HOGAN, Michael right? Who was born in the UK, but was really torn intention purposely Belgian Bill Nixon who did around half of the tour and seventy seven and then pull show and made his debut in seventy eight it was a really baron decade for British right of and the journey that show in Winton joining the team in seventy eight which was run by referee Jimmy Oni when you think about that Jimmy neon had ridden from. Basically the nine hundred forty six to nineteen sixty. So he he went back to the second World War in in terms of cycling history. So he he came in at a period of time when British ride is what just not making it in European cutting riding the Twitter front, and he paved the way for an entire generation because in his wheel-tracks came, Sean Yates, Joan Hera t-, Stephen Roach, even Phil Anderson and Alan piper. Who Australian but came across to race for the athletic club in beyond cool, the famous Peruvian amateur club, which became very much a home from home for a lot of English speaking riders in the late seventies. I mean, when I did my Canova Miller, and I didn't know Charen time and never met them. All in you by she was a strange story where he my parents were in an airport somewhere using a. Of mine from the tour of link highway, which I'd rather than maintain maintain. This must have been around the turn of the century..

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"filat" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"filat" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"But you are you're involved in a situation here where even if that happens, and even if this doesn't go forward there is no constitutional guaranteed a play in the NFL crowded corporation, the NFL can say, you know, what we've had enough of this guy. We're not gonna have this. That's. That's state about the J group statement. I mean, obviously, he was put up saying something I get there. But it sounds as if they if you just read that statement, you would think I guess the Redskins are considering maybe signing Reuben foster you already site. Got him. What happens? I mean. Like, he's already signed reminds might not play. But you learn made the big decision. Yeah. Sorry to interrupt. You chris. It reminds me a little of Maryland's handling of the DJ Durkan thing in that there's senators regardless of what happens the stain remains. You know, even if your point let's say, she recanting Sonera, and he's John rated and it works out for the Redskins. It doesn't matter like the damage from the PR standpoint is still done berry actually wrote a great column that's pretty take down to the skins. But it's just. It was just weird. I mean when the sign of snow in the claiming right when the claiming help you now he's Aaron Rodgers, right? I mean, he played for you, just you just calling did if it if it if it works out, you're not calling dibs Cording take. That's the thing. It just also I believe now they have said publicly that they he's an Alabama guy. And I think they have six or seven total Alabama guys on the roster. And they have said always talked to some people. They talk. They said they talk extensively to don't think. They said all of the, but they didn't talk they interrupted someone. I saw read this. They ask ha ha Clinton Dix and Jonathan Allen, I realize quoted, and they were less be supportive Gillette. Plus not talked to the Redskins about this seems like some snow why? And by the way, Clinton Dix who. You know, not to cast aspersions, but has been here ninety minutes. I mean, it's like you got guys who've been here a little bit longer famed rent skin Clinton. Tabasco Mr Tony at halftime. There was a lead toward full Twenty-three Binghamton on the road. Yes. Only hold at me. Things were looking writing it out twenty four twenty three. But in the second hand opening nights pulled away they scored forty four points in the second half to win by eleven sixty seven fifty six did I tell you that. I thought we could not win at army. Crib. I was actually following this game online because it was. No. Well, yeah. All the ships at sea to our military. To the wizards. They went down to New Orleans. Wait. Let's just let me go back to college for sector going to skip the most important college game of the night. I watched some of that Georgetown Filat. Okay. Because they play Richmond. They looked. Okay. They beat Richmond. Richmond's like, four best. Michigan carolina. Roy Williams was very hard on himself said he stunk and he's terrible coach, and they help Carolina sixty seven which is way below their average. What is so not so interesting, but what is curious to me? And I enjoyed this the ACC big ten matchup ended seven seven. Yeah. I mean, really, you know, I mean, that's what I'm good games. Did you see chef's? He's close. I actually thought he was right on about. How the fans should not take what they are seeing from the team for granted particularly signed Williamson because I mean, you get and you were talking about three of projections. Alright. Right. Three of the top four picks in this coming NBA draft are currently freshman. That's right. That's right. And he I thought he made some very good points. I mean, he can because he shifts. But essentially saying like, hey, look, you You know, know, what what? you're seeing a once in a generation sort of talent group doesn't mean we're gonna win national championship. That's, but let's let's get here. When we do they talked about not to have unrealistic expectations. So we talked about this. Yes to PTI. And I said, well, let me ask Mike. She chef ski question what are his expectations?.

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"filat" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"filat" Discussed on The Changelog

"Fulltime mass. Tell us about that success and house given you a freedom you have to to build this thing. I wasn't expecting to reach that goal. I've said, they'll reach that goal. So. I've said it and I thought, okay, that just be something that you know, people see that you know it's there, but you know, I was I was fine with less money. I've lived on less. Let's let's put it that way. One point about the last question that I feel like maybe left out is well talking about is the rule cost of hosting servers. So the technology, the hardware, but there is openly ah cost to moderating it like your own time. Oviously is a cost, and if it's a big server, you'll need moderators and some people are k. with having volunteer moderators in people are may be willing to work for free. But. If you want to be fair, and I want to be fair, you want to pay your motor raiders and so that's the effects or costs on top of that? I think I have five. Yeah, I have five moderators payroll. Is that part of, would you consider the on Amee or is it it's not full-time jobs for these people? It's not not really fulltime job. You know, it's more like a small contracts. I mean, I don't really require them to have set hours or hourly requiring them just like, well, here's privileges to access the motivation UI and you're going to get emails about near ports and when you have time to deal with this, please do, but otherwise just be on standby just whenever you're available. So back the patron is is this is this this unattended goal, you put the go up there. You didn't expect a hit it. Obviously you have is building and maintaining in all. This stuff from on your fulltime thing, do you? It is. That's being my fulltime sang for two years. Because a patriot well or like you in the wealthy somehow. I mean, supporting. Yes, it is. All thanks patriot. Yeah, I've known independently wealthy never know. You never know. I, I, I'm an immigrant. I moved to Germany from Russia when I was eleven and my family serves from scratch. So it's kinda like, you know, from zero to this. Yeah. That's awesome. But at the same time I started working fulltime even before patron reached any kind of big number lake as a Seta had the freelancing gig at the time when master started eventually quit that. But it provided me with some supplementary income while while the patriot was getting started. And then when it was hitting six hundred dollars a month, it was ready enough to at least cover the rent and the food. And then you know, as it grew, it sort of became an actual competitive. Joel, where I no longer get said, looks from other engineers. You know any plans to make this sort of business thinking, massive on his service like events, various questions about running a server, things like that. I have had that Filat certainly. At the same time, at least right now, I don't wanna strip spread myself too thin because managing a business of hosting other people's websites is a big responsibility in pretty much twenty seven thing because anytime something could go wrong and I'm already hosting my own server where that's the case. So I mean, you know, don't don't. Wanna just have too many responsibilities at once, but it's certainly an avenue for extra income if I ever decide to do that service start. So I serve where just over hosting. But right now, while I'm not doing it, there others feel that nation and on the joy master on project website. I link to somebody who who does. That's a thing mastodon hosting under masto dot host. And yeah, while I'm doing it, somebody else's doing it. So when the question was like, okay, if you're not doing it is anybody could somebody? Is there anything that says you can't. Joe, you can have -solutely do it. There's no problem that fully management on hosting this is at master dot host. Interesting sets your homepage for joy, mastodon dot org..

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"filat" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"filat" Discussed on Creators Collective

"Actually designed modified it, but it's a keyed. It's almost like like an axle would ride in a in a bushing, but it's just the three printed film. The l. Filat wants to plastic. It's not the, there's no, yeah. There's no actual baron, but it seems to work fine. But you, I guess you could design it where there would be a bearing press fit bearing inside of a, you know. So how hard is that film it? Right. That's. Like how sure there's types that you can get, but is it layers. There's still like Super Bowl or I'm sure wherever I just answer my question probably though I'm working with PLA which is poly lactic acid, which is recycled recycled stuff. And the benefits of Pila is easy to print and doesn't smell too bad. When you're printing. Basically, you're descending plastic through a heated extruder melting plastic laying down on a plate and then building on that, and it hardens as it cools, it's great. So the Piel doesn't smell. But if being an ABS which is harder, but it smells like awful. I don't know when you're a kid. This is probably a very specific thing that I did. I don't know all kids do this, but I did it where I had my desk. I had a lamp in my bedroom, you know, an incidental light, and I'd take my action figures in like reshape the like if I had, you know, a human and his sword, like I would reshape his sword by melting it on the light bulb and like to pretty pretty clever. Yeah, used to do similar things. Films slope lacks wax carvings with that. Yeah. Okay. But if you've ever smelled Nolting ABS plastic than than you know the smell, but peel doesn't smell that bed. Depends on you can set your infill percentage if you want to something to prototype. It doesn't need to be super strong. You can do like eight, eight percent infil where it's just, you know, like a super light. It's not laying down that much film it for like the. Yeah, exactly. That's yeah. So do you want to go big? Can you print with that thing? Three hundred mil by three hundred mil by four hundred mil about twelve by twelve by fifteen. That's pretty big. The only thing I think of like would be a for like molding wax casting or something. Yeah. Cool. I'm I'm thinking about using it to make knife templates to design a knife in CAD and changed angles directions and shapes of things, and then I can pronounce, you know, just like templates late over the steel and then trace the inside of it with the Harvey. That's exactly what I'm using my ex car for like in one of my next videos this, it's it's very similar..

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"filat" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

The Longest Shortest Time

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"filat" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time

"Cagy was growing up. Sam castles were always an issue. She'd be on a beach vacation. Wishing she had a sibling around to man the other shovel. I think I wish for a sister. I just thought it would be more fun to have somebody to share things with. Like when we were at a beach had to try to find the kid to build a sandcastle, right? And I was not super outgoing. So that was not easy, of course, in cage as fantasy to us, picturing what it really be like two parent, a big brute of kids each with their own idea about how that sandcastle should get made. Every day was dragging people out of bed. Every day was negotiating, who was gonna pick up who wear somebody had it done disappointment who was going to deal with that. Oh, and if somebody called because the kid was sick know it was just all bets were off. And then after school, you would just drive in one kid here in one kid there, and we'd serve shoveled dinner into everybody. And we were just, we were wiped the stress and dissatisfaction k. j. Feltner parenting life was spent. Confusing because she had a husband. She loved this big family of theirs was entirely their own doing nobody ever said life was supposed to be fun, but I just kept thinking we wanted this. It's not like somebody said here, these are yours, you know, good luck. We we set out to do this, right? And one of our children is adaptive and that's a complicated process. So we, we wanted this. Another thing k. Jay had never pictured as an only child yearning for a sister with sibling rivalry. This k- says, has been her biggest source of unhappiness as a parent fights over who's charger that is who seat that is, who touched the back of whose neck with a cold finger. We had a screaming battle that our table just last night because one sibling just. It was I put I divide sibling troubles into these various categories in one of them was pure devil tree, and that's what we had. One of them just was poking the air near the other. That night. She cooked a sour dough fa Kacha with tomato, mozzarella topping, but even this amazing home-cooked meal couldn't stop the devil Trie. I think he was kicking her under the table. I couldn't see any kept saying it was the dog and some of the time I think it was the dog and then she thought he was dropping her. I think the dog was licking her and she said he'd dropped his food. I mean, the whole meal consisted of nothing, but them. Gnashing back and forth and their father and their older brother and me just trying to get them to just stop. We just like we just just just stop. We don't, you know, just just could you just and they just couldn't really. It was my younger son that couldn't, but it could just veasley have been and she was totally preening. She was like, I'm not doing anything. Not me. This kind of bickering can escalate quickly and like most parents, it totally stresses cage a out. She panics and worries that the relationship could be permanently damaged family life ruined. Maybe they'd be at each other's throats forever. If she can't fix it now and she starts doing what she calls her mental hamster wheel, should I stop them? When should I stop them? How should I stop them? It did end in me saying, don't wanna eat people anymore and leaving. So this is really fresh still. Yeah, it's a painful memory. But honestly, even though I left the table shrieking I don't wanna eat with you people anymore. I didn't. I was kind of doing that just because I wanted them to understand the magnitude of what they were doing like how much they had wrecked, everybody else's dinner. I mean, I yelled that and I left and three minutes later. I wasn't giving it another Filat shrieked and left three minutes later, not another thought cages before having written her book how to be a happier parent. It wouldn't have gone this way. I really would have sort of welded around at around and around and around in my head worrying the book is simple. Clearly communicated parenting advice on things like sibling rivalry homework in screen time, and our answers all come from.

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"filat" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"filat" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Personality aspects as serial killers yeah so of self centered very focused not really interested well the people think about the tricky relationships with their mothers yep yeah and obviously knowles all the comedians comedians would be the serial killers that right to the paper's going you still haven't got me that'd be those ones we have on the circuit would be a serial killer any point this six canadian on the verge of going spray an old enough to remind gay mike come up come come on on yeah yeah no so then if one of them's you and that would be that's the other thing that we talk about if one of us gets off like the other ones can do really well someone nestle yeah i'd build this morning like like i mean really sad if someone curates she's my friend and very much about bull ab like oh hi holly filat and it's a really terrible thing that happened i put a book coming out are you wanna fuck him going any hollywood ville i don't think that's controversial is at yes thank you going holy mike phil watch this way i'm with things what was the other option pays morgan aveeno his wife someone's been about well what's nice about about the the cost will be one to other stuff as well but they is that you get a lot of the personality the both of you so like though you know it is about at each week you look at the life of a serial killer but the old fly off tangents and talk about what kind of guys you fancy you know what you've been up to the we learn a lot about you to through it.

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"filat" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"filat" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

"So i think that that's a good episode that's a rat in ah again you can get a show notes of fuel travel dot com slash podcast inc click on episode seventy eight now you can come see us at hs amihai next week in new york on the twentieth twentyfirst when second we're going to be helping with the this week and hospitality digital marketing folks who are going to be doing live interviews right outside of the main event whole so i'll be there interview folks as well so come say hello and don't forget you can also still participate it's it's about end but you can still this week is the loss challenge you'll have to participate in our survey for technology and hospitality industry you can go take that step survey fuel travel dot com slash tech those fuel travelled dot com slash t e c h and pete where can they get you on twitter and asked you will kind of questions they should ask me all kinds of the questions that got answers but they can find me yet p demeo pete d i m a i o melissa if they want to know about clarinet s in dumb soggy what was it leaky pat leak you've had snow saggy pants at a whole different now okay they want to learn about leaked a patron clarinet swimming 90 m on twitter ma cavanaugh ma k b a e n a g h think about that in filat you can follow me on twitter p for esca p for i s k and what can i ask you and to ask me anything am i it.

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"filat" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"filat" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Fight rejoining up paul here are on the line up paul you said two things that i want to focus on number one of talking about voting straight party ticket i'm not necessarily vote street party ticket but i am going to vote for the person who is more in line with my my ideology and my worldview and normally in my case that's going to be the republican candidate why should i change just because while i don't like the one thing that the previous mayor who's not even running any more up put in front of me okay but i think it's not just one thing i think you're seeing a cumulative effect around the country now in in various races and i think you're gonna see next year to as well i forget you will because what were being told by the republicans and the democrats the democrats are just as an independent i see that bs on both sides so trust me it's it's not any better on the other side but i think what you're saying that the republicans are trying to sell a filat goods and they and they got donald trump about and they said okay we're gonna do this us in this and so far they managed to do very very little and they've caused a lot of turmoil and a lot of of you know that barack obama was uh accused of of uh you know pays basically scoring that the republican party of a chance you've got but what i'm seeing nails are can party skirting the republican party john and i i think that you're seeing a boomerang effect now and run the country including local elections berry did the exact same thing in a microcosm he basically true shut the project down our throats whether we wanted it or not and he's supposed to be republicans i w i grew up triple either republicans are supposed to be fiscally conservative and they've sold before smallergovernment okay so if so the so this is the second point i want to get to paul i need to do this very quickly because of i'm short on time here but if mayor berry hadden a instituted the art project would dan lewis have done better in last night's race uh i think you probably would have one thing that is.

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"filat" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"filat" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Also at the same time as i said to my listeners earlier governor we had two men who knew how to use a weapon and we're good man and they are also heroes here which i think we cannot overlook what is the fact that a good go with gun stopped about go with a gun uh i was told by the director of the texas department of public safety that the good go with a go the neighbor who brought to his own weapon and shot at devon kelly the a sailor her silent uh that uh the the the neighbor did strike it with his gut and it was after that to be filat devin kelly dropped his gun uh and then the chase of food well we don't know is well it out it was that gunfire that it led to the death of devon kelly or if it was a selfinflicted wound oh it good it is clear also that there were additional weapons and ammunition in the vehicle the devon kelley left an and who knows what it was intended to do after he lifted church uh so it it probably is crew that they could go with a gun stopped david kelly opera breaking a further cartage in in the lives of the people in that area governor what do we know about his purchase of firearms post courtmartial that you know of because that i i have a major problem with someone is courtmartialled for spousal abuse of federal at federal law states that he should not have been able to get a gun so how did it you're lawyers that.

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"filat" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"filat" Discussed on KKAT

"Politics in dc but also around your local municipalities and yes and your state capitals it is repulsive you know exactly what i'm talking about young beautiful women who go to stay capitals or to go worked for the mayor go to work for for san diego was last year at the guy from san diego okla touchy mcfeely i mean it was it it's not just dc but politics is probably worse because they have real power in a lot of ways that the other ones have received power well you could all my career and things like this these these men have real power strive to throw back the curtain on the repulsive behavior that until now has thrived in the dark without consequences so who snacks what snacks rogge you know i mean chandra levy was the one that you you you automatically think of but eat it happens it does men will take advantage of their place and it's not all man it's and it's not every situation some of it is people think because he asked me out that he sexually harassed me it's not true but what's next is politics is next and producer filat i were already working out who who may be next and what their stories going to be and fill headed out the park when you said fell they're going to spend some more time with their family not had hiking the appalachian trail like i will be this weekend oh yes kids oh yes it's coming what's next is this is the next group of men that are right now sitting around this weekend trying to figure out how much money it's going to cost to keep that young woman that they grabbed their asked that a party when knifethrower solicited for a little something something with the opportunity of maybe just maybe moving up the ladder and helping their career it's not it's not going to stop here i'm trying to think of the next one baseball foot paul that's probably coming basketball the sports world that'll be next right oh it's all competent an everybody in the world is racking every man the metal we are the wracking their mind going did.

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"filat" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"filat" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The lines better under center at second down the back as brita but a play fake debris to boot to his left receivers covered gathered tux with all as lakhdar rods if it gets a post out too soon as he saw that the receivers recovered that did not keep that paul iv tucked inside his left elbow brand of the sidelining got a first out of the four and he's got a little wiggled to him as soon as he put it down you could see the safety jeff he thought okay i'm gonna come up hit this guy before it gives to the line of game but he's got enough foot speed we could just tiptoe right to the outside around those guys and get it out past the five yard line for the first so first a goal at before right now gordon asked about a car sold on the field that got good would left taylor and born to the right after three step drop faded a near side well sure a good wanted went ahead jordan pays our jorge luis cheese we returned he would have had a picked up all head of the back i think nick goodwin never made a play auto did try to make a play on it manages food for thought is look here's a lot of football left had a big receiver is very much needed for this ford engine are often i've just get asked him and that's you know the fate is an obvious played out there but good what is not the typical received for to hold booth ralph ate no done have a big picture frame you want to throw the back shoulder forty nine is in need of a pole wide out all right empty backfield five receivers better it's going to tucked the ball try to run to the latter pepper touched down thirty nine so they spread the field fivewide cj better with a pulp vague tucked the ball ran lap and crowd is wailua hedges picks his way through the deepak dallas cowboys come with a fourman arrived with there is a big gap to the left side of the forty nine are often that anthony hit you're just going to just jump right now whole on filat cj bedford sees it on the cleared quarterback draw popzette to the outside and again that put speed enough to get to the.

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"filat" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"filat" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"In the seventy uh you know uh or even in the 80s in 1983 you around in that period of time that didn't exist and and we we were utilizing it was a big deal with you had a fax machine because you could communicate with yeah uh people yeah uh and when i started i had interrupted myself a few minutes ago i started to tell you an interesting story about this friend of mine it had been working with ill case you the head of the cia with ronald reagan uh and was very close and like i said actually wrote his speeches foyer my most occasions and i wish that lady and she i asked her because when i was living in la in uh uh it's like twenty years ago uh for a few years and we had this extraordinary bomb thing a bomb guy with a big truck bomb filat supposedly filled with exposure and of course they shut everything down and they did this big media coverage at wires coming in through the windows everything else and it was a big deal in los angeles but it went no place it was on no other news weird so i asked my friend into the i should howard how do they do that you can't control all that media or how do they do it and she said that a few years earlier they had finally succeeded in putting intelligence agents in the position of management of like you preoccupy united press international associated press and the the the guy who threw the switch hit notify other outlying television radio programmes about important news the guy oh she's a switch i guess technically and uh exchange said that they had control that for a few years and yes that they did has already hit pretty much throw water and of course this was before the internet right social not working and everything else has changed all of that date but prior to the that they actually add the ability to uh uh just not not throw the sweet you don't have to open the door nobody is going to find out what's going on and so they had terrific control of the media at the very highest level do you see the conditions are out there now that are getting more and more drastic the weather conditions seoul storms are bigger oh i read this everything's bigger yes well it it's mindboggling yeah and we're you know.

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"filat" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"filat" Discussed on WCTC

"Hope tom by lucy mm whoa ooh ricki we're all your heating don't you just feel oh brown was oh no and then we are whoa one woman had cancer one rebel when young for your dog tom i'm i'm sorry it's such a mess me oh no very well no ooh no yanji air i'm going to wake up world are in bed when you think you were oh well i don't know really you look failure you're you're really here there's nobody with you of course not would you know who you go back to it now you'll be and i wanna get into the office i'll tell you don't kid all right oh boy eric visit john phillips well you connect with my secretary face all but three here mr filat no not johnny mr philip i won't be down to the office say but in the meantime i want you to go to the cashier and get your check your fire lights out and man in the middle from august 25th 1945 records indicate that was based on a script by the show's original writer in series creator willis cooper and first broadcast a decade earlier under the title after 5 o'clock i'm greg bella next on wgn radio was bob daily as johnny dollar in the indestructible mike better with howard meet years mike we'll be right back well watson that incomparable storyteller awaits us in his familiar study to relate another of his adventures with sherlock holmes those curious capers of clues hidden in plain sight next week i could go tell you how homes solve the murder was only one coup the yep the rich paul smith sunk sunken the butter on a hot summer's there from the song slotted streets of victoria in london come sixteen intriguing radio episodes of the new adventures of sherlock holmes starring tom conway is homes and nigel bruce has watson there the murder monmouth settlements that's just a we found him very in luminated makukha muggers knife voted to the hilton his chest is but more interesting than the might've at the moment is the taboo presented in this cabin one story does it tell you sort of some of the open the government gave him oh come now all europe together major look a more perceptive them that radio spirits the stuttering ghost another mysteries collection is based on the.

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"filat" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"filat" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Would be homosexual i'm show people would get over it would it would be a big story to be huge it'd be a story inititally filat we're talking about them she that don't even exist could prompt the call and justin bieber i have any this is that it gives me a lot in a purely ruggero one thing so you won't let your kid lay on your chest because they're the law will x well because i said to clarify this allegation tonight tonight problem i clarified can i am hearing until you will let him land your chest be as you think that that could be gay no i don't think so i'll just ally i just don't wanna do it because i know one getting used to land or men chess idol trust cell here hills fuck honda down feyler i understand i also try eric fucking ugo land this guy to the last eight years old and make sure he he had no not to do that don't actually rely ego so you think he's hilarious says one time what is lovely not only because my son of the mall for some of these different guys khersoness on the mall from like just stop kissel my devil day i don't want to kismayo cinema mount igman hey man that you want me to tell you why are you talking too much why this can be used against you in court how is the fucking loving hero you want to he been wanted turns out on north fetching whole also at work has muscle in the mouth.

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