35 Burst results for "First Key"

Justice Clarence Thomas Asked the Most Important Question in Abortion Case

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 1 d ago

Justice Clarence Thomas Asked the Most Important Question in Abortion Case

"He was clarence Thomas asking the key question yesterday In front of the court and this is why he's the goat the greatest of all time Clarence Thomas says listen you know when you get a case in front of the Supreme Court and you're talking about the Second Amendment I know exactly what we're talking about The text is right there The right to bear arms It's right there I can read it We get a case about the Fourth Amendment I know what we're talking about It's right there in front of my face I can see it I can read it He says why is it when we're talking about abortion You all can't seem to clarify what exactly we're talking about What we're supposed to be looking at what we're supposed to be reading it's almost as if you guys and ladies are making this thing up And the attorney had no response at all other than a word salad A bunch had thrown together phrases hanging participles in whatever trying to explain away why she can't indicate anywhere in the constitution where a so called right to abortion exists Jim queue up for me cut to This is clarence Thomas asking specifically the question of the day what are we talking about here You can't seem to point to a right to abortion anywhere in the constitution Check this out I understand we're talking about abortion here But what is confusing is that we if we were talking about the Second Amendment and exactly what we're talking about if we're talking about Fourth Amendment I know what we're talking about because it's written it's there What specifically is the right here That we're talking

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Celebrity surgeon Dr. Oz running for Senate in Pennsylvania

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Celebrity surgeon Dr. Oz running for Senate in Pennsylvania

"A a popular popular TV TV doctors doctors prescribing prescribing a a political political future future for for himself himself senator senator oz oz if if voters voters in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania go go his his way way it it could could well well be be doctor doctor met met Matt Matt oz oz is is running running for for the the vacant vacant Senate Senate seat seat in in the the keystone keystone state state he he is is running running as as a a Republican Republican and and he he will will bring bring major major name name recognition recognition and and wealth wealth to to one one of of the the nation's nation's most most competitive competitive races races in in a a one one minute minute video video on on social social media media as as mentioned mentioned some some of of the the issues issues that that would would likely likely endeared endeared him him to to voters voters loyal loyal to to Donald Donald Trump Trump key key because because the the candidate candidate that that was was endorsed endorsed by by the the former former president president has has just just left left the the race race always always use use the the trump trump phrase phrase America America first first and and vow vow to to fight fight a a government government that that he he says says has has mishandled mishandled the the code code nineteen nineteen pandemic pandemic I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Authorities: Student kills 3, wounds 8 at Michigan school

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

Authorities: Student kills 3, wounds 8 at Michigan school

"A a fifteen fifteen year year old old is is in in custody custody after after classmates classmates were were killed killed and and others others wounded wounded in in a a shooting shooting in in their their Michigan Michigan high high school school president president Biden Biden reacts reacts to to the the shooting shooting at at Oxford Oxford high high school school north north of of Detroit Detroit my my heart heart goes goes out out to to the the families families in in during during the the unimaginable unimaginable grief grief of of losing losing a a loved loved one one police police say say a a student student opened opened fire fire early early Tuesday Tuesday afternoon afternoon and and then then surrendered surrendered shortly shortly after after officers officers arrived arrived robin robin reading reading says says her her son son a a senior senior and and several several other other students students stayed stayed home home after after hearing hearing threats threats of of a a shooting shooting being being planned planned he he was was not not at at school school today today he he just just said said that that my my I I don't don't feel feel complimented complimented the the key key is is that that we we go go to to school school without without going going today today that's that's all all he he said said school school officials officials posted posted two two letters letters to to parents parents on on the the school school website website earlier earlier this this month month after after hearing hearing rumors rumors of of a a threat threat against against the the school school after after someone someone threw threw a a deer's deer's head head into into a a courtyard courtyard from from the the school's school's roof roof painted painted several several windows windows on on the the roof roof with with red red paint paint use use the the same same paint paint on on concrete concrete near near the the school school building building hi hi Tim Tim acquire acquire

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CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo for Trying to Clear Andrew Cuomo's Name

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | 4 d ago

CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo for Trying to Clear Andrew Cuomo's Name

"CNN is seeking additional clarity after the attorney general of New York released information that according to Rolling Stone magazine would have gotten any other journalists fired by now. Chris Cuomo in the hot seat in a big way, he's the host of his own CNN show. He's a real real, I don't want to say, I think it's fair to say he's an activist. He's an opinion guy. And he is the brother of the disgraced governor of New York Andrew Cuomo turns out that. The network is now facing a real problem because he helped in a graphic way in a very specific way, his brother. The anchor played a key role in trying to clear his brother or help his brother through the numerous sexual allegations charges against him as the sexual harassment charges that a number of women made against him. You know, it's so weird to feel any empathy for a guy like Chris Cuomo, but of course his argument is family comes first. And he's trying to help his brother. He's also a big highly paid star on CNN every night. Ostensibly being a newsman. My only gripe with CNN is that they pretend to be a news organization and they're not. And they're journalists. If they're going to be journalists, they are supposed to follow the role of journalism. But on the other hand, none of them do. Anywhere.

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Curry, Harris help 76ers hold off 4-win Magic 101-96

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 d ago

Curry, Harris help 76ers hold off 4-win Magic 101-96

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 Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

"The giants behind a solid defense picked up a thirteen to seven win over the eagles earlier this week the giants fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett but the defense was the key to victory forcing Philadelphia into four turnovers eagles cornerback Jalen hurts fourteen of thirty one only a hundred and twenty nine yards he tossed three interceptions giant's quarterback Daniel Jones running plays called by offensive assistant coach Freddie kitchens was nineteen of thirty two hundred and two yards and a touchdown pass to Chris Myrick giants foreign seven Philly now five and seven might

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Jarry, Pens keep Isles winless in new arena, 1-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Jarry, Pens keep Isles winless in new arena, 1-0

"Tristan Jarry stopped twenty five shots as the penguins handed the islanders their eighth consecutive regulation loss one nothing Caspary Kapanen scored in the second period to back Jerry's third shutout of the season and tenth of his career Jerry has allowed just two goals over his last five starts and these five one one on the road this season he's a major reason for Pittsburgh's current five game winning streak that's why I put my best foot forward and make sure I'm doing my part to try and help the team the guys are doing a great job prime me blocking shots making sure can park Steve I think that's been the key to it over last five games J. cancel also assisted to extend his point streak to eight games the islanders have been outscored thirty to seven during their skid I'm the ferry

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Stores kick off Black Friday but pandemic woes linger

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Stores kick off Black Friday but pandemic woes linger

"The nation's largest retail trade group predicts a double digit increase in holiday sales the national retail federation expects sales to increase both in store and online in November and December somewhere between twenty five and ten point five percent Catherine Cullen is the NRF senior director of industry and consumer insights she says after dealing with Colbert restrictions last year many people are anxious to return to the stores this holiday season people like shopping in stores for gas because it let them touch and feel a product key it in person Kelen says an estimated one hundred fifty eight million people plan to shop either in store or online over the thanksgiving weekend I'm Mike Hampton

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McCollum scores 32 as Blazers top skidding Nuggets 119-100

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | Last week

McCollum scores 32 as Blazers top skidding Nuggets 119-100

"The trailblazers took control in the second quarter and never looked back in topping injury riddled Denver one nineteen to one hundred Portland has won four straight and was led by thirty two points from CJ McCollum losers of five in a row the nuggets took the floor without three key players including reigning MVP Nicole you'll catch up with a sore wrist this was a close game into the Blazers closed out the first half with an eighteen to three run good for a sixty six fifty to lead I'm Bruce Morton

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Jury awards $25M in damages for Unite the Right violence

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Jury awards $25M in damages for Unite the Right violence

"In a mixed verdict a jury awards millions in damages for violence that erupted during the twenty seventeen unite the right rally a jury has ordered white nationalist leaders and organizations to pay more than twenty five million dollars in damages over violence that erupted during the deadly twenty seventeen unite the right rally in Charlottesville after a nearly monthlong civil trial the jury in U. S. District Court deadlocked on two key claims but found the white nationalist liable on four other counts the suit was filed by nine people who suffered physical and emotional injuries during the two days of demonstrations attorney Roberta Kaplan said the plaintiffs lawyers plan to refile the suit so a new jury can decide the two claims this jury could not reach a verdict on I'm surely after

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Prince Andrew accusations excluded from Ghislaine Maxwell-Epstein trial

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Prince Andrew accusations excluded from Ghislaine Maxwell-Epstein trial

"Prince Andrew accusations ought to be left out of the X. Steve Maxwell case the prosecution of delaying Max will doesn't involve the salacious allegations that the British socialite offered up one of Jeffrey Epstein's accuses to England's prince Andrew for six instead prosecutors are focusing on allegations by four women who say apps teens longtime companion recruited them as teenagers to be abused by the late financier with opening statements in Maxwell's trial expected next week the British press has been rife with speculation that Andrew will be a key figure the

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Pope to young people: We need you to protect environment

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Pope to young people: We need you to protect environment

"Pope Francis is praising young people for their work to protect the earth's environment Francis urged them to stand tall in the reference during a mass at St Peter's basilica to mark the day focused on youth the pope expressed thanks for young people who have cultivated what he called the dream of fraternity and for their work to heal the wounds of god's creation the pope urged young people to be free and authentic and to be the critical conscience of society Francis has made care of the environment a key message of his papacy the remarks anticipate his message to you from all over the world at the Catholic church's world jamboree in August twenty twenty three I'm Walter Ratliff

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Eric Recalls His Early Days as an Advertising Copywriter... For Ex-Lax

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Eric Recalls His Early Days as an Advertising Copywriter... For Ex-Lax

"Oh, here we are at the Babylonian interview show and we have a very special guest mister Eric metaxas in person at the Babylon B not literally in person, but yeah. Not little. I think he is literally in person, isn't it? Well, I guess technically, that would be true. Or off to goods. Do you want to be a little about the word literally? Yeah. Have you noticed people English major writer? So when people miss speak and say, literally, it's like, you know, we literally blew up, you know? It's like, no, that's the whole point. You didn't literally blow up. You blew up. The numbers blew up, but that's not literally, but no, I actually, I got to confess, I am literally here. Well, speaking of literally blowing up. Great transition books about smart Luther Dietrich bonhoeffer, William wilberforce, and you also wrote a commercial for X lax. Can you tell us about that commercial? I did write it right here. Actually, this is not insignificant. In a way. It is totally true that during the worst periods of my life had to take a job as a copywriter for gray advertising. So if you think advertising is cool, like anybody in the advertising business who thinks it's kind of cool. They think yes, but if you sell out, you go to gray advertising. Like they do the stuff that no one else will do. Like X lax. And so I was working with an ad director who was so evil seeming to me that I asked if I could be switched and I said, yeah, well, three years to Mark Schwartz, he does, you know, pharmaceutical. He was a really cool guy. And my first assignment was ex lax, and the ex lax thing, it's so weird because some commercials like it's so they kind of write themselves like they tell you what they want and they just need someone physically to be there and to say like, okay, I wrote this. But so they had this whole thing, you know, somebody comes home with a bag of groceries a mom. You see you got your ex lax, you know, blah, blah, blah. So I wrote that. But the point is, I do they ask their parents, say, I see you got your excellent. It was certainly no. When I was 6. I remember. So you got your exact. But here's the key to the whole thing. The key to the whole thing is that at that time, X lax was either being sued or something because it was such a powerful laxative. Let me say that again. It was such a devastatingly powerful laxative that is sometimes gave people unbelievable cramps and this and that. So they were moving over to an herbal formula, which of course couldn't be nearly as effective, right? So the commercial that I did for X lax was the last actual X lax commercial. After that, they switched over and it became X lax and quotes because the brand. So for 90 years they had this formula soil I wrote the last X lax commercial.

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Sean Duffy Explains How the Jury Analyzed Video Evidence in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Sean Duffy Explains How the Jury Analyzed Video Evidence in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

"Folks there's no one no one better than Sean to kind of use the prosecutor in Wisconsin As Shaun is a lawyer himself shaam as a congressman in Wisconsin nobody knows the environment Shawn my first question this was clearly correcting an injustice You are a very good lawyer The elements of the crime were never met I argued to Jenna Ellis before who agreed with me that there wasn't even reasonable suspicion of a crime here in that hierarchy of evidentiary standards Forget about probable cause or beyond the reasonable doubt This is a correcting and injustice this young man should have never been in court in the first place No he shouldn't have been charged but to be fair did he shoot and kill three individuals or shoot to kill to injure another Yes they had him on that And Colin admitted that But then he came around to the second portion which was was this self defense And this was the key of the whole trial Dan that we had so much video of what happened that you get these variant stories in a shady set of prosecutors who are pushing one narrative but the jury was able to go back to the video and say well let's look at what happened was Kyle rittenhouse and aggressor Was he was he a guy that was going through and chasing protesters with the old placards up and razzing protesters No he was there to help people And when he was confronted can I rittenhouse ran away In the video showed all that Dan And that's why I think this journey came back With the not guilty verdict and thank God for the video or I think there could have been a different result here and in justice would have

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Modi to Repeal India Farm Laws Following Protests

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Modi to Repeal India Farm Laws Following Protests

"In a major policy reversal Indian prime minister Narendra Modiji says he will repeal the controversial agricultural tools that have sparked a year long protests posed a significant challenge to his administration his most influential voting blocs rejoice at the news of Modi's change of heart they have for months demanded the withdrawal rule of the loopholes which they fear would dramatically reduce the incomes moody's surprise decision in a televised national address comes ahead of elections early next year in key states like Gujarat Pradesh the Punjab the last significant agricultural produces away

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Jury in elderly deaths trial to resume deliberations Friday

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jury in elderly deaths trial to resume deliberations Friday

"A Texas jury continues deliberating the fate of a man who is accused of killing at least twenty older women in a string of robberies that began in twenty sixteen defendant Billy trim your mayor used to be an at home care giver for the elderly he's been indicted on eighteen counts of capital murder according to The Dallas Morning News but the jury hasn't been told the number of cases it's only considering the death of eighty one year old Luke T. Harris found smothered in her Dallas home in twenty eighteen whose jewelry and house keys were found in the suspect's possession the defense rested its case without calling any witnesses but told jurors prosecutors could not prove to mere metres guilt beyond a reasonable doubt the suspect was caught after two victims survived and provided enough information to put police on his trail I am Jackie Quinn

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Americans Are Banning Family Members From Seasonal Activities Until Vaccinated

Mark Levin

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Americans Are Banning Family Members From Seasonal Activities Until Vaccinated

"There is an actual poll out right now and this is exactly why vaccine mandates are so important to the Democratic Party 60% key word of vaccinate individual which I would assume would be the majority of the 60% of the left world global socialists 60% of vaccine individuals say they are banning Their own family members from seasonal seasonal festivities meaning Thanksgiving and Christmas That's right The vaccinated are banning the unvaccinated relatives from holiday Gatherings I can't even describe how sad this is We are living in a country where 60% of the people that are vaccinated are saying I am banning my own family members from hanging out with me During Christmas and Thanksgiving you're not welcome until you get the jab And that's exactly what the Democrats wanted to happen here They wanted to turn us into two different sets of classes of people

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Rapper Young Dolph fatally shot in Memphis, police say

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rapper Young Dolph fatally shot in Memphis, police say

"Rapper young Dolph has been shot and killed in his home town of Memphis Tennessee he was thirty six I marquees are loaded with the latest German police are searching for the shooter responsible for killing young Dolph at a Memphis cookie shop on Wednesday but they have no suspect information young Dolph has been shot at before in twenty seventeen his S. U. V. was shot more than one hundred times in Charlotte North Carolina later that same year he was shot multiple times outside a Los Angeles hotel young Dolph had three top ten albums including dumb and dumber to with key Glock in March he

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"first key" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"first key" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

"Well, if you think about in the business as you're building a new business, a lot of it has to do with the way you think of things we can't do everything when we're trying to create something. Great right we can't address every little detail. So it's about harnessing the mind to make the right decisions I. Guess That's how I would think about it in the Business Space and then of course, there is always that thing when you start out, you just don't know Jesus feels like you're climbing up a mountain the first five years. Climbing Mount Pushing a rock up a mountain right constantly having that feeling. But, having people around you that are going through the same thing is always good to yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That is important to have other people around you to lift you up. Right. So it's like mind over matter but also having a good support system. Exactly. So is this something that our listeners could say just kind of if they're trying to support someone then just To, say that to them to have them keep going that sort of thing I believe. So you know if somebody said like Oh really don't WanNa do that like Lindsey if you said Oh I, don't want to go on my job I could say like come on let's mind over matter you can do it. You know you can kinda say it in that way. Right. Yeah. It's just kind of something you say like all right over. Within like a separate like within a sentence, I? Don't think is e I think that makes sense I've heard natives use it that way for sure. Yeah. But I think it's more of an idea and there are some other words some other expressions. That we could use that go along with this idea. So the first one Lindsay is willpower. And we talked about this word and episode twelve, Fifty which was what are Michelle's to worst habit. So let's To worst habits by the way I don't remember it was probably biting my nails and yes, it was definitely biting your hands now maybe not exercising, which is like the biggest joke. I. Feel I feel like listeners have been. Hearing me talk about exercising for the past one thousand episodes. One thousand episodes, lots of minutes of you talking loud. Shell this is going to be the year. It might have been my posture which now I have to pay attention to. where it with like the camera on the computer so I'm how to. It's so funny. Guys now you can catch me in my with my posture. So anyway willpower you know having like that like, yeah I can do it. I am strong, right? Yes. Yes. I love it willpower. Good word guys good word and then what else? Michelle this phrase endurance word endurance what does that mean? That's kind of similar to this, right? Yeah. Similar. It's like that you that you can endure things that you can make young things you can make it through things that are tough, and then obviously we talked about resilient the word resilient as well, and then Lindsey we have one more. Okay this one. I've to be honest I love. This phrase has a lot of meanings. So having a backbone this has come up lately actually more in the area of politics. Economy means in a sense still goes even beyond this topic, it ties into this but a it means standing up for what you believe in. Right if you like, for example, a lot of people have said this year in politics people certain people have not had a backbone to stand up and say what needs to be said I to protect you know certain institutions right in the United States we won't get into that today but..

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"first key" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"first key" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

"I mean sometimes you have you think of it also with actual physical health nagosh just emotion. All right. So maybe you're injured or maybe you're going through an illness or you might say to yourself mind over matter to try and get through it and I don't think it always works for sure. But I think it's a good like it's a good thing expression to go to remind yourself of that over sure I. Remember when I was a kid we used to go skiing at this little mountain and we would always this mountain where I learned to ski is a kid also had a big program for handicapped skiers meaning skiers that would they have a ride lower on the if they don't if their legs aren't working, they're actually in like a small sled and they move the sled and that's That's a form of skiing and I always admired them because I knew how hard it was to learn to ski with both legs functioning and looking at them I was like, wow, a mind over matter you can do that right you can teach yourself to do amazing things even if you have the cards stacked against you, it's incredible, right? Yeah exactly. Oh, I love that story that's really inspiring I think it's kind of an inspiring and inspirational expression. I think that it's really helpful I mean so I mean if you're going to use it in a sentence, you might say something like. Oh Man I'm so exhausted but I want to exercise today mind-over-matter. Yeah. So this doesn't have to be guys just about these catastrophic life event. Leg. Beings. In different ways. Right, it can be used to talk ourselves into going to the gym or getting outside. These are conversations we have with ourselves every day even yesterday I was a little house like. My dog for a walk. No. I should go for a jog mind-over-matter. That's the contrast. Okay right..

"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"I said killed yourself. You said what? I said Yeah why haven't you killed yourself because I just felt a little bit of your pain. Just the tip of the iceberg. And if I felt all of your pain. I'm. Not sure. Survive. You're stronger than me. I'm not sure I would have survived because I'm just feeling a little bit of how horrible the things are that you'd live through. and. Shoot you. And I was dealing with someone who had been suicidal but the imagine you having a conversation with something like this. And I said so. I don't think. I. Would have survived it so. I'm wondering why you haven't killed yourself. And he looked at me and he said. 'CAUSE I. Only. He said he said so you don't think I'm weak arm. Crazy. Stronger than me. Crazy I don't think. So I'm just getting a little taste of the pain you've been through. It's intolerable. So I don't think you're crazy wanting away out and you're not weaker stronger than me. And some validating because he's feeling all the shame week and I'm crazy. So I look at him and I said so why haven't you killed yourself? and. Then he said, let me get this straight. You don't think I'm weak grown crazy. I said I'm not going to repeat it too many times. You're stronger than me and I don't think you're crazy 'cause the pain was awful. And I said why haven't you done it? And then he smiled he said because I was waiting to meet you. I said what? He said I was wanting to meet someone like you. Who could tell me I wasn't week a crazy. For wanting to get away from the pain. I said you're not we? Crazy. and. He says you sure about that. I said. Don't push me I said wait a minute. And I took out a prescription pet. Our prescribe something for you. Write it down I, give it to. Read it. And he reads prescription and it says you are not weaker crazy. I said read that every time you feeling suicidal. Okay. I love that in a single sentence, you reframe his perspective of himself from weakened crazy too sane in strong. I love that. And then he looked at him because he's crying through the whole thing. He's just signed a cry because he's being validated. He felt. And then at the end of it, he smiling because he felt plus alone he fell valid. And they looked at me and he said Doc. Doc you're crazy. and. I looked at him I smile said. NO ARGUMENT THERE? I love that. Thank you for sharing that story. One of my epiphanies Jeremy's is man is challenging enough to go through life as a individual. For, someone like you who are healers? Only, you live your own life, but you also take on other people's. Burden as well emotional burden and otherwise I'm curious to know. How are you able to insulate yourself because you overflowing with love, right that's you are anyone who spent any more than five minutes actually feel is how much you love human beings. And I want that but would you say you will born with this incredible capacity for love that you're able to whole other people's suffering or was it cultivated over time what what's your response to my? There's usually a back story to these things. I. Got to tell you the back story and then you'll say that explains. When I was in medical school I dropped out of medical school twice..

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"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"You clean it out. And you don't so up the wound. Few. So it up. It may get reinfected may get something. But you do is you go in and you clean it out you leave a drain in. And heals from the inside out, we call that granulation. So what I learned to do was go into the dark night of the soul. And just stay with them there. Didn't throw treatments to advice them because. Many of these were multiple tempters. And I would just find a way to listen into their eyes. And I would. Go into the dark night of the soul. And I'D KEEP THEM COMPANY THERE And when they've felt by me. which is different than feeling understood is nice. It's better than feeling misunderstood. When you feel felt. When you feel that your pain is worth someone getting there right next to you. So you're not alone in it. People start to cry. Cry With relief. And now if you're just learning how to do this. And I have a new book coming out called wide. Cope when you can heal. Healthcare. Heroes of covid nineteen can recover from PTSD. Coming out in the next couple of months and we introduce. Something called surgical empathy. And surgical empathy is literally going into. We're at firts most in the dark night of the soul. And not rushing them with a technique. So with the multiple suicide attempts tonight seen. They'd already. Had All. The techniques. And again. If you're depressed or suicidal. And I'm not currently in practice I'm retarded although I'm teaching. Counselors teaching parents Was the CO creator and moderator of a Multi Award. Honored documentary called stay alive intimate conversation about suicide prevention where I speak to Kevin Hines. He's the fellow jumped off the Golden. Gate Bridge and survived. And you can get it for free stay alive video dot com. into the whole idea is that when you can listen in? To the dark night of the soul and people feel felt by you they start to cry and as they start to cry with relief..

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"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"So beautiful. Let me actually pause on that Segue to something that you've done for over twenty five years as a suicide interventionalist moments like that. The steak I would say is the highest 'cause you literally. Intentional in trying to say someone's life if you fail as a psychologist. Specialists than they could take a life and then you being successful without losing any kind of life. I'm curious. No your point of view. How do you when someone had? are going through that dark night of the soul with a law. Hope are all humanity of themselves the environment just the point of living right all of that God they don't have anything to stand on how do you? Persuade them coach them in. Re contextualised such that they have that basic safety. Basic. Psychological safety choose to stay alive. So, after Anthony, boarding killed himself. I wrote a blog, you can find it lie people kill themselves. It's not depression. So it got it got five hundred thousand views in a a week because the. Strange title. And when I talked about is this hundreds of millions of people that are depressed who don't kill themselves. Hundreds of millions of people lose jobs, lose marriages, they don't kill themselves. It may contribute to it. But as a suicide prevention expert. One of the things I've observed that almost all of them have in common when they kill themselves. Is. They have despair. And if you break the word despair into D. S.. P. A. R.. It means deaths pair on paired. Hope less. Without a future. Power less without the power to get yourself out of it. Help less worth less use less meaningless purposeless. And when they all line up. The, last one is pointless. And you pair with death to take the pain away. Isa. Pass to take the pain away he said what I learned to do and I was so fortunate. Is after I trained. In Psychiatry. I didn't go work for an institution. I was going to but then it was a fellowship in fell through. So I said, let me just. Put Out. My shingle and one of my mentors was the pioneer in the field of suicide prevention. So he referring me suicidal patients. and. So I was fortunate because I worked in an institution. I would have to hold my clipboard between them in me. And I'd say, how's your sleep? How's your medicine have? You had any of those suicidal thoughts? But because I'd have to report it to someone. And but what I started to realize I started to look into their eyes. And what their eyes were telling me. Is You're checking boxes. And I'm running out of time. So I had a choice. Stop checking the boxes. And See. What I was seeing in their eyes. And dive in. So my view. Of this despair? It's like an abscess. A wound mental room in the dark night of the soul. And if you know anything about wounds..

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"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"I had something to do and I said I rationalize it's just the practice game. And my wife called me and she said. I wouldn't WanNa be in your shoes when you come home. I said why? And she said because our daughter. Kept looking at you to come in to the gymnasium. And you never came. She kept staring at the door and you never game and you told her you would. And my wife loved my wife and she's really tough and she says that the way it is she says, I wouldn't want to be in your shoes. When you go see are you come home? So I do a lot of dads did I went to some toy store and butter bribe? So. I come home. There's my daughter. And she was about seven. I go into a room. And I looked at her. And I said. I. told her I would come to your practice and I didn't come. I didn't tell you the truth. And she's looking at me picture seven year old. We'll see this when you have kids she's GonNa S. She's fighting tears. A. And I could just see the love and disappointment interface A. and. I looked at her I said look at me. and She just cry this. And I said his what I'm GONNA do. I'm never going to tell you I promised to do anything. Because I want you to believe that a promise from Your Dad you can count on. A. You can count on one hundred and fifty percent. So I'm never going to promise you things. What I will say at anything is I'll say I'll try and have a good track record. But I want you to. Realize that a promise from Your Dad, you can count on. I'm sorry. And I gave her the little doll. She's still wouldn't let me off the hook. And then the next morning she goes to school and go into her. Bedroom, there is the doll in the trash can. So what I'm saying is now some people listening to this will say, why did you have him on up but that shame I felt That I disappointed someone who loved me so deeply so trusted me. And I'll tell you if you ever have kids. Want to do is you want to immerse them when they're young in something called Basic Trust. There was a psychologist named Eric Erikson and he talked about the stages of psychosocial development. And at the lowest level of our psychosocial development is either basic trust or basic mistrust. and. Look parents aren't perfect. But when you have basic trust in you walk in the world. It's a different view though when you have basic mistrust. When you have basic trust like Jennifer. Has. You go where you're looking. At basic mistrust like the other entrepreneurs in that room. You look where you're going meaning. You're cautious. Yeah. You'll worry is psychological safety is I think it's important that we bathe our kids in basic trust when they're young. because. There's a famous quote. It's not that famous from Albert Einstein and I'm messing it up but he said something like the most important decision you will ever make in life is whether the world is safe or dangerous..

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"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"Because your performance is based on measurable results and you're listening for something that will get you better measurable results because if that happens, you get a raise. Is that true? And I said, and you also listening for something that will get you those results. It's less stressful. Than the way you're doing it now because the way you're doing now is stressful. Your stress to people are stressed. You're eating too much drinking too much. It's a mess. So you're listening for a way to get better results for stressful. Is that true to they da was thousand the islands. And then I said, here's the most important thing. Is You're listening for something that is immediately doable by you. Will you don't have to buy a book? I've even written a book on this. The there's no course because you don't even have the space in your head to take a course. And you're listening for something that is immediately doable. That will get you those better results. That's less stressful. And if I can deliver that. Today will have been worth all the time and money you spent. To come here. Is, not, true. How did you know that? But. Can you sense that CK that I was? I focused on what they were listening for. Absolute. So here's the example. If your viewers and listeners I'm to do this on Ck. So ck's asking me some really good responsible host like questions. You're only saying, can you answer this? Can you answer that and I'm answering some of them? He's tolerating. and. I think it's a pretty good conversation. and. So so focused on what you're listening to you give me a question I answer them. But this is what you're listening for and tell me if this is different. And it's GONNA be tough. 'cause you're an engineer I gotta pull you out of that left brain of yours I think what you're listening for. Is. Really important to you that you bring value to your listeners and viewers. Absolutely. It's a calling. And what you're listening for and looking for something that they can use immediately. That will make their lives better make them more successful maybe something that will get them better. Measurable results. That's less stressful something they can use immediately. You're also listening for. Whether you need to protect them from your guest..

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"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"first key" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"To triumph a roadmap for leading through disruption and thriving on the other side. Please welcome Dr Mark. Golson. Who is this guy you got on Vk? That's a lot to live up to. You my friend. Thank you so much for being here. There's so many things that I want to ask you but you wanted to talk about little bit about what we just did before we hit start. Ck Lead me through a what was it called four count grounding exercise box meeting. Box Be the. I liked to go along with things and so here's the experience I had and why should do it every day and you should too. As I went through the box breathing. What I felt is I Felt the three parts of my brain safely disengaging from each other. And I close my eyes and with the breathing I could feel the thinking human part of my brain loosen from the feeling emotional part of my brain loosened from the survival part of my brain. So. Really what it was imagine a really. Tense Rubik's Cube. That's all twisted together and you're making it through life, but it's the twisted together. And would that breathing what happen is it allowed those three parts of my brain, the thinking the feeling and the acting parts of my brain. To organically just release from each other. And by the end of it they reconfigured. So what was away of safely letting go of control because one of the challenges for many entrepreneurs? is they have trouble letting go of control and unless you let go of control, you can't create. Something I mentioned a CK Ashir Story. I was recently. Speaking to a group of entrepreneurs. And it's about fifteen in the room we did by zoom and there was one woman. and. I was there to speak about communication because my book I'm listening pretty well around the world it's it's. It became the top book on this thing in the world I spoke with the Nobel Prize winner in Moscow guy named Daniel Conman. wrote a book called thinking fast and slow. No, that's what they tell me up to talk about communication entrepreneurs. But I listened into the meeting. Before the break before I was about to speak. And as I listened in I thought. They, don't care about communication. They don't care about listening. I on a good day, I can be engaging I've got some interesting stories hostage negotiation suicide so I can grab people's attention. But. I thought what? They're really struck by was Jennifer. Jennifer was this amazing young entrepreneur and I could tell all looked up to her and I looked up to her. And so before the break I said, okay, we're going on break then it's me afterwards. Here's the choice. We can talk about communication after the break and I'll tell you how to become a better listener. But most of you are entrepreneurs, you don't really like to listen you assign your you assign your people issues to someone else because God love them people.

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"first key" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"first key" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is one key fact is still not known when cases are reported to the state. Now that's a positive test that could have been taken seven days ago. Eight days ago, when there's all these companies that do it, they reported. When that infection occurred is not even clear. Governor says. New drive through lanes for symptomatic people getting tested, We set up some testing sites as a way to speed up getting results. Head of Alicia counties. Teacher union is expressing her safety concerns for reopening after a voluntary pre K in Deltona is shut down a student testing positive for the Corona virus. A temper Crest elementary school forced other students attending the program into quarantine. Now evolution, United educators, President Elizabeth Albert tells Wofl Fox 35 news reopening schools must be done right. We want to return to our schools and they want to be with our students, but we want to do so in a manner that affords a safe and healthy return. The school board is expected to meet on Wednesday. The legal battle over whether cities and counties can enforce their own gun ordinance is heading to a state appeals court in Tallahassee. 2011 law calls for local leaders to be find sued or even removed from office for enacting laws that are tougher than state gun laws. Dozens of marriage 20 lawsuit to overturn the law in the wake of the park when school shooting in 2018 and the Florida Democratic Party is moving forward with its annual leadership Blue convention, But it will all be held online presidential candidate and former vice President Joe Biden will make an appearance along with other National party leaders. Including Tom Perez, the Democratic National Committee chair Borders. Agriculture Commissioner Nicky Freed, is also expected to address the virtual then that begins on Friday with Ford is news. I'm Felix Vega..

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"first key" Discussed on Better Back Show

Better Back Show

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"first key" Discussed on Better Back Show

"Pe is to expose the truth about back pain so that you can finally start feeling consistent relief. Okay and I want to jump right into this okay. So the Big Myth is that back painting primarily comes from problems with bones and vertebrae that make the spine and we're GONNA get into a little bit deeper here. I'll give you some life stories here that you probably can Draw Lot commonalities with and I want to get right into it so it took me several very costly trips to two of the most acclaimed hospitals in the country for chronic back pain to learn firsthand from a team of highly respective medical doctors and spine specialists. And what I learned debunked everything that I previously thought was true about back pain. Basically what I thought. It was true about back pain. Was that if you had back pain. It was directly of the spine and the Vertebrae and what I didn't realize basically. I didn't know what I didn't know is that that's not true. Of course everything is interconnected and everything is you know builds up and adds together. It's a piece of the bigger overall puzzle of health. But it's more to it than just looking at an MRI and pointing at some degeneration. There's a lot more going on than just that. Okay or else we would all have the answer to our problem so despite all the diagnostics that was done on myself from the team of doctors that put me through come is x rays ultrasounds of my heart now. That sort of thing blocked blood tests multiple different types of blood panels. I never received any concrete reason as to the actual cause of my pain so there was a lot of depth You know research done essentially and Dinah Diagnostics done on my spinal column of course there is a little bit of curvature and Sherman's disease in a lot of fancy A lot of fancy terms. Let's let's leave it at that to where the doctors will you know. Describe your your scenario. But that doesn't great. That makes me feel a little bit better if there's some sort of rational thought process done and where I can have a little piece of mind knowing what's what happened to my back or what's going on but that doesn't fix any of my pain so I'm still I need help and you know on that. Note the team of doctors and my primary doctor which is a very intelligent man very experienced. Doctor he told me that my case was actually relatively common in. That case was in anything to lose sleep over and I could go about probably living a very long life quote unquote and although those were great that was those are great. Um Reassurance comments to hear the great you know. That doesn't didn't help a why winter in the first place and so so many. I didn't realise but after I started talking in interviewing more and more people all over the world this is actually a very common scenario. This happens a lot to a lot of people. And that's partly why I was motivated to start this podcast because there's so many people out there that were where I was or that are right now where I was and so. That's what I'm here. That's why I'm here right. Now is because there is a huge piece of the puzzle that you'll never probably get in that whole environment of the traditional medical model unfortunately and it's not your fault and it's also actually not the doctor's fault because they have certain education that they're expected to go through and even though there's some the smartest people in the world the system itself is flawed just like human beings are so that's how. I make light of that anyway. So the system is simply left out of the process and the conversation of your back. Pain is in the Neuro Muscular System. In to put it simply. It's the muscles like how your brain and your muscles inter you kind of work together. Okay obviously without the brain telling your muscles to lift you out of bed to go to the kitchen to make an Omelet in the so many millions and billions of processes that go on just in the morning a normal morning that we don't even we don't even think about. I mean it's mind boggling to think about this but I'm going to get into some pretty simple analogies that you will draw a lot of commonality with to to hit this home but that's really this system. This left with very little attention over. The Most People's lifetime is the neuro muscular system and more specifically the the balancing of the we could call it instead of floss your teeth quote Unquote F- lossing your mobility and your joints in the quality your muscles and movement and really trying to give weak muscles are really kind of at times hard to find giving those weak muscles more attention so you don't eventually have these compensating patterns that give way to really annoying Levels of chronic pain that most of us end up pointing to our Something like our spinal column as the culprit And naturally it's very common for that. The muscles muscle system to be left out of that whole conversation. And I'm GonNa give you a simple example here to this. Home is and be like getting your car tuned up right most last time. You got your car tuned up but just imagine you never gave the attention to your tires. You didn't even look at your tires like the Tread. You just wanted your oil change it and make sure all the motors could go. But we never even look at your tires or care to rotate or balance or any of that. You know in hindsight in after few years it will matter about the quality of your car as a whole if the tires. The trend is gone. Were out in your. You'll having more tires left. You can get anywhere even though some of your your motors great. You know. It's your cars beautiful but your tires just aren't existent. Because there wasn't any attention given to them it's the same way with our enormous killer system and frankly and I really point my finger at the The Dogma as is that is our medical western medical model. It's no one person's fault it's just how we society where we have gone where we gone to and I think there are things like you know certain current medical issues whether that be financial you know the cost of healthcare pandemics stuff like that so like abnormal. Things are super off to the way out of the bell curve types of things that are forcing us to adapt in ways that instead of just approaching the same way all the time for every human we are starting to finally take a unique approach to from one patient to the next one person to the next. And that's what it's really going to take and that's what I'm all about because I would have never felt any relief from back pain if it wasn't for that mindset and so I'm going to close this out Right here You know start approaching mentally approaching your back pain a little bit different. Stop using general cookie cutter approaches and start to get specific with how you Kind of mindset wise. Approach your back pain. Are we gonNA just keep doing the same thing we've done for the past? I don't know months or years like I had and I'm imploring you not to make that mistake instead. Tried to take an objective approach a little bit more. Observant Approach Really utilizing your body's saying instead of just assuming in that is I think the women leave this up so today by the way beyond the up for the next episode which is three simple steps for natural back pain relief from home and I like to tie that in to what I have found super a lot of success with as well as a lot of other people that are in our community of human movement and by mechanics and that sort of thing in a super deep level trying to make that a lot simpler to do in just a couple of a couple of minutes a day so without further ado I will leave this with you. I hope you enjoyed it. And we'll see you on the next he. It's Jason Again. Thanks so much for checking out today show if you WANNA faster path. Back pain relief than be sure to go to. Www dot better back assessment dot com. After you take the sixty second self-assessment you'll have the opportunity to chat with me about finding the quickest possible solution for your back pain. I hope to talk to you soon. Bye for now..

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"first key" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"first key" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Morning yeah I have something out of the Modesto bee for you and a Portuguese company is planning on hiring twenty seven people in the Modesto area to pack and ship and produce all of oil okay yeah our national trade going on okay exactly there's a company called so Vania and they produce olive oil as well as other cooking oils and they're opening a add new Modesto plant hiring some production staff and supervisors and they say they're really hoping to take advantage of California's Mediterranean ask Clive media for producing all of oil lamps only make read at all oil right or Love Me Simone or make no mistake and we said before this program president trump is a big Spender a big Spender full loves to spend the money here's a headline this morning spending for the first two and a half years of the trump administration thirteen percent higher than the same period under Obama what would buying what are you getting for that I will tell you right now history is going to show that those two guys Obama and trump will go down in history as the biggest spending presidents in forever right you think in good economic times people would be able to save a little bit more but not only at the federal level are we spending and maybe perhaps not being responsible with our money back a staggering fifty three percent of Americans have been denied approval for a new credit card loan or even a new car because of poor credit more than half that's staggering that's bigger than I would anticipate right right you know on a federal level were more than twenty three trillion dollars in debt and growing as we speak right now how good morning what we got to completely bomb down right right I don't know but all the same but it's the reality of the money situation it really is that a lot of people they said this this percentage of Americans who are who have been denied these approvals loans a lot of time just because they don't know their own credit score is that right they don't they don't understand where they stand so I think that's that's the first key in control of it yeah really okay what's old is new again the new science of old trees how old the oldest trees on earth that I could I have no clue five thousand years from now it's amazing see what would you you have to count the rings knoll that have to do that okay but we're going to tell you about this new science and how this old at three what I can teach us about our own aging that's in three minutes always says you trust Kitty o'neill today while you drive home we are monitoring the PGA any preventive power shot off stay with us were forecast as well.

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"first key" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"first key" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Shooting one key component appears to be taken our president called Wayne lapierre this afternoon and told him that universal background checks are off the table without mentioning background checks when Lapeer tweeted quote I spoke to the president today we discussed the best ways to prevent these types of tragedies president trump is a strong second amendment president and supports our right to keep and bear arms this is John Roberts the White House White House pushing back on a story reported in the Atlantic saying the story is wrong and that the president had not mention supporting universal background checks saying meaningful background checks are still on the table on the economy the president with this message for the federal reserve the fed should be cutting and I would say they should say at a minimum a hundred basis points over a period of time not at one time and the president saying the administration is looking at a cut in capital gains tax when investors sell assets and is looking at lower payroll taxes an unusual legal strategy from a Virginia city looking to remove a Confederate monument boxes Steve Rappaport has more lively said the city of Norfolk makes an unprecedented argument in a federal lawsuit that Virginia's law prohibiting the removal of public war memorials violates the city's first amendment rights the eighty foot monument includes a Confederate soldier nicknamed Johnny red and the seal of the former confederacy Norfolk owns the monument and claims the monument is the city speech therefore the city has a constitutional right to alter that speech a spokeswoman for Virginia Attorney General mark herring says he's long called for the Los repeal and supports removing or relocating Confederate statues Lisa see the Los Angeles county operas says it'll immediately open what is calling a thorough an independent investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against opera star Placido.

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"first key" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"first key" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Just need to fix that. It's fine. It's all under control done done. But I think one key takeaway from the decline in the rate is that it is now below the feds targets for the year end and the fed will need to reconsider. You know, what what they're thinking about how much progress the labor market has made. And maybe they were there a little bit of a pessimistic about everything else in their forecasts. All right. We are awaiting a conversation between our own Michael Mckee and Cleveland fed president Lauretta Mestre, Alex, Harris, come. On in here. Give us your take on how the market reacted to this jobs report. So I think the word of the day. I keep kind of coming back to here is efficacy. And I think the market is sort of at a point where they're questioning where we talk about data and the fed bean data dependent, and what's going to move the needle in the markets that the jobs report might not be it. And I may even talking with everyone who was looking for for the changes in wage growth. I mean, we, you know popped up real quick in terms of yield, and then kind of came back down, and we've been there the fed funds rate. You know, there's no rate hike. Now priced in fully priced in for the twenty nineteen. It's been pushed up to the first half of twenty twenty you know, any changes there, we think was more of a reaction to you know, the the the tweak to the interest on excess reserves rate because we finally saw those numbers today and where the fed funds set with the new with the new. Adjustment. So you you have to wonder, okay. Their data dependent banal what's the market gonna care about? And I think that's what we're trying to figure out. Well creek towards has a great story on the Bloomberg today just talks to fed officials have now kind of laid out the case for a possible interest rate cut, and this is just what two days after Jay Powell said there's no reason to move rates in either direction. So we're talking about Charles Evans of one of them one of them, Jim Bullard. So I don't know. Charlie Charlie can hear you laughing. Now. Charlie Evans has been talking about this for quite some time. Actually, we the event in New York, Charlie Evans, lake about a few weeks ago was talking about you know, if inflation false two one five they will need to do something. So he's one of the most dovish member members of the FOMC. So it's not surprising. Jimmy Bullard has been on hold. So to say for quite some time. So that is not surprising either. But these two very well respected, economists, they don't represent the core of the committee of the core. Route commuters Decem, Alex. So I'm sitting in Carol seat today at everybody sits.

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"first key" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"first key" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

"The phrase of by any chance do you use this? Yeah, I do for sure I think it's kind of polite. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. One was asking about formal or casual I think it's on the formal side. But I it doesn't mean that I wanted to use it in casual situations. But I like what you said that it's polite. Yeah. Yeah. I think it's play. It's kind of trying to be a little bit less invasive or a little bit less direct. So when when you feel like you might be putting someone out by making a request like you may be pushing a little too much. You could add by any chance. Right. Right. Right. So yeah. When I actually looked at it in the dictionary mentioned that it was I quote are used in tentative enquiries or suggestions. And also, I think about it that it's really just using. Yes. Or no questions. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. Exactly. Because right. So in the beginning, we said can you record next Thursday by any chance? Sure sounds good and great. So it wouldn't be like, oh, like what are you wearing to the party by any chance? It would have to be. Yeah. Just yes or no. Yeah. So I mean, I I've heard it used in other places in questions like if you use it at the beginning middle end, right? But it's most frequently used at the end like, oh, did you pick up the groceries by any chance, right? Yeah. It's kind of you know, when you add that it's like what's the difference between saying did you pick up the groceries? Right. Why did you pick up the groceries by any chance? It's a little softer. Yes. A little softer. Yes. Yes. Yes. And would you say I mean, could you use it at the beginning? Could you say by any chance did you pick up the groceries? Yeah. I think so. Yeah. Or what about the middle? Did you by any chance pick up the groceries? Totally totally not show. Yeah. Yeah. I think any of them really work. Yeah. One hundred percent, right. So or you know, you can use it as you know, maybe as I said that the. The dictionary mentioned that you could use it for suggestions. Right. So as a suggestion, you could say like would you by any chance wanna see the three PM movie instead of the six PM? Yeah. So it's kind of again, it's trying to soft and what you're saying not be so direct not be so pushy, but still

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"first key" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:06 min | 3 years ago

"first key" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A restricted application for spousal benefits on my social security allowing his to grow until he is seventy years old while I am not claiming social security benefits, professor plan. No, no. The key to a spousal benefit for your husband. Now, he was born at the right time, and he was born before the cutoff. He does have the ability to apply for a spousal benefit since he is at least full retirement age once he's eligible for a spousal benefit. But the first key issue on receiving a spousal benefit for anybody. Is that the worker you in this case has started receiving their benefit? You are not allowed to get a spousal benefit. If the person who you were trying to pull a benefit from their work record. If they haven't applied. So he is not eligible for a spousal benefit until you start receiving a benefit. Once you start receiving about of it. He can then apply for a spousal benefit because he was born before January before he is full retirement age. He has not started taking his own benefit everything fits, except for the fact that you haven't started receiving your benefit, and you have to actually be eligible. Receive it. So yes, if you started receiving it, but you keep working, and they take it away. They'll take his away too. Because of the retirement earnings test. If you're if you're not eligible for it. He's not going to be eligible for it. If you have applied for it. Even if you are eligible for it. He's not eligible for it. So you're going to have to Catherine both retire, or at least stop working full time most likely and apply for your own benefit. Right. She'll only be sixty three this year. Which means she subject to that seventeen six forty retirement earnings limitation tests before losing her own benefit. So she's working full-time presumably, she's making decent money, which means she probably lose her entire benefit, which means she's not she's not eligible for benefit because she's not receiving a benefit. There's no spousal benefit available either. Now, let's say she's working full-time. But she's only making twenty five grand. I don't know something like that. So she doesn't lose all of her benefit. Let's say she has a decent benefit. But she doesn't lose all of it. Maybe she loses half of it like that. What about four grand four grand? What what about her her spouse? He he loses percentage wise too. So it's the same percentage. So he could do at that point. He could still do a restricted application allow his to grow and get something because she is receiving some benefits, but it's done by the percentage in this case and not the dollar amount. Well, they're going to reduce her benefit. And then it's a calculation. It's basically percents not a dollar for dollar. No, okay. All right. I don't know that situations ever come up. I just assumed that when somebody's working there. They're working specially if they're working full-time it wipes out their their entire benefit, right, which I mean, it it it can in fact many times that it does. Yes. Once again the rules for working and collecting social security, if you're under full retirement age in twenty nineteen I hope I'm not a year late on this seventeen thousand six hundred and forty dollars. That's twenty nine hundred nineteen you're under full retirement age for every month of the year. Yes. Every month of the year, you're under full retirement, which means that you're not gonna turn age sixty six and. Whatever to turn your retirement age this year. That means that you can work up and earn up to seventeen thousand six hundred forty dollars of gross earnings and not lose any of your social security benefit that'd be FICO earnings. I guess what? Well, earnings could be earnings that you're not paying fake on if it's a government job. But yes, earnings, okay. Medicare wages are social security because we learned yesterday or we we reminded people yesterday that that the FICO earnings are not counted in the health care, you know, your your health insurance now. So if you're paying, you know, eight grand a year and health insurance, I don't know can you make let's see twenty five thousand six hundred forty dollars and not have to give any it back. It show. It's what's showing up on those boxes on your W two Medicare or and so, yeah, they if it doesn't show up it doesn't show up. There you go. So maybe you can make a little bit to pay more and medical expenses. So you can get your social security medical expenses is pay more premiums. Now, people are saying, well, what if I work? I mean, I make fifty sixty eight hundred thousand dollars a year plan on retiring halfway through the year or at some point this year. And then I want to start my social security after that I'm going to be way over that. I go way over the seventeen thousand number that mean that I cannot get social security this year. What they're talking about the earnings test. Applies for months that you are receiving both a social security benefit and working. There is a one time option to use a monthly test. They take the seventeen six forty divided by twelve and if you are making more than that on a monthly basis and receiving a social security benefit, then they will do the re- reduction. But for a lot of people, I work until may I've made fifty thousand bucks way over the seventeen thousand number I retire in may I assign up and I start receiving my social security benefit in June. There was no time that I was working and receiving a social security benefit in the same month. I choose the monthly calculation in that year. Only one time I'm allowed to do this instead of the annual calculation. I I'm good to go. I can get my monthly benefit since. I am retired in that respect. Even though I worked for part of the year where the annual where the limits come in is where I'm either already done the. Monthly or research receiving my benefit, and I go back to work. And I it's. It's gonna mess you up. They're gonna mess. You. Right. But if it's your first time, you know, you've got the opportunity because that does happen. There are people who say I regret people retire in January of January first of December thirty first relatively. Yes. That's right there somewhere else through the years somewhere else in the year. So you get to, you know, September October, and you want to hang it up our man between now and October. I made one hundred thousand dollars or whatever it is. And I like to start collecting because I'm done working. I am I have stopped. I don't wanna put off taking my social security for another couple three months. Right. So anyway, no, you do not have to do that. And again on the earnings test in the month. I'm sorry. If you turn for retirement age this year this year, you can earn more than seventeen thousand six hundred forty dollars. You can earn upwards of forty five thousand three hundred sixty unless that was last year's number. I think it might have been doggone it. You have it. They're willing to minute. All right. Checking checking we'll keep talking savings. Forty six nine twenty doggone it. Okay. Yes. So we we we raise it by. Well, what twelve hundred bit? Yeah. But by some number. Anyway, and they only count the earnings.

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"first key" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

11:07 min | 3 years ago

"first key" Discussed on All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

"Into our Tokyo, power English method. Why does it work? So well, plus find out how to get on the list be the first to hear when sales open next week. Hey, Jessica, how's your Japanese these days? Oh, great. Okay. Not just not great not existent. I'll be honest. I'm going to change that you guys. I am going to like put it in my calendar. I'm going to play on for Japanese learning. Tokyo. I still have some time. Awesome. So guys if you're listening today, you want to know that next week our sales are going to be opening for the power English weekend. In Tokyo, I'm so excited guys. Let's talk about today a little bit about what's going to happen now weekend, you know. I mean, this is going to be great, Jessica, it's going to be so great you guys. So if we could just give you a little description of what happens there, really the essential thing is our power English method, this method of learning English, right? And a key to this is the pace. You know? I mean, people are tired by the end of the day. You guys are using all of your mental faculties. In this weekend. And that's why your English can improve by so much in just three days. Yeah. I mean, that's why we're able to kind of lose our fear of speaking with natives because when you guys are in this program. You don't have time to be scared. Right. You don't have time to I remember the first day of the morning course, last year as soon as our students arrived, the native speakers were already there in the room. And we put you guys right into a mix act mixer activity where you talking every native speaker in the room rate in the first five minutes of the class. And you know, what I remember talking to some of the students, and that was one of their favourite activities. Because he right. And that because it's that first experience of the methods that first taste where you where you start to feel your confidence. I think that's why that was that stood out in some students minds because then that's when they I got the feeling that lasted throughout the weekend. Like, yeah. Doing it. Like, I'm capable of talking today of speakers easily and comfortably and they want to talk to me. Exactly, exactly. I mean, I think that's why this year is going to be so popular with this program. And guys, you know, remember just as a side point. There are only fifty spots in this program years ago. We have a lot of listeners in Japan. Right. So for example, last month, our podcast was downloaded just in Japan five hundred seventy eight thousand times in the days. Yeah. So there are a lot of you guys out there, instill it. But it's all about the method. Right. So so what else does this method do for us here? Jessica, so. You know, I like to think about the benefits after the weekend. Right. Yeah. Of course English is the number one reason, right? I mean, that's why you guys are going to come have this experience with us. So you can improve your English and ways that are impossible. Yeah. At any other opportunity, right? You cannot experience this level of change in yourself in any other way. But I really like to think about how what how does this bleed into other parts of our lives? Right. So I think one thing of this experiencing this fast paced improvement and experiencing this increased confidence in your language ability. It's not just your language ability. It's confidence in yourself. And that's what we find is holding students back from speaking English is like not so much the language maybe, but just the confidence in themselves to speak it. So that's one of the biggest things is the increased confidence, and you know, what this has a lasting effect. Oh. For students and for us, honestly like just in the week after this weekend. There's it's like you're on this this high this like energy endorphin high, and you are tackling everything else in your life in the same way. As you did that weekend with confidence. Right. So you're not doubting your decisions anymore. It's not like. I don't know if my boss is going to like it. I'm just not going to say anything like DEA outs are not there anymore. You've just are going for stuff. And it's it's really noticeable in the week after the program, right because it's still so fresh then as you practice this confidence in your life and in yourself, then it stays right? Yeah. It becomes a part of you. Right. And that is so amazing. You know, we all know that there is that confident person inside of us. But sometimes it just takes a method like this this weekend in a merging weekend where you're just thrown into it in an organized fashion and your guided, but you're also pushed right with a specific emerging method like this. We know that confident person is there and the goal of that weekend of this weekend is to bring it out. Exactly, exactly. And you

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"first key" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"first key" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nathan Karen, one key word is emerging from Federal Reserve officials patients were in a place where we can be patient and flexible, and we didn't see what does evolve. And I think for the meantime, we're we're waiting and watching fed chairman Jerome Powell preached patients in comments to the economic club of Washington yesterday, while vice chairman Richard Clarita, did the same in remarks that are a little hard to hear. So listen closely. That patient tone from the fed now has the dollar trading near its weakest level in three months, we're getting positive signs on U S, China trade relations or the next round of talks already on the books, the vice premier Leo. Hi. Will most likely come and visit us later in the month and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaking to reporters late yesterday since those remarks, Bloomberg news has learned there's now a date for those talks that Chinese vice-premier meets for the Mnuchin and US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer January thirtieth. Details have yet to be made public stocks in China rose on the news though, it helped Asian equities round out their best week in two months. Bloomberg's Juliet Sally joins us through Singapore with details. Good morning. Juliet good morning Nathan and Karen front as price action was driven by optimism affair the breakthroughs in the US China trae, tension and views the fed could move towards a slow a tightening path. Japan's Nikkei two five index rose one percent. This is I three hundred gained seven tenths of one percents while they were gainst to in Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan. Australia an Indian stocks edged lower or the repay appears to have missed the fed inspired rally to tune into Asia's worst performing currency in Singapore. Juliette Solly, Bloomberg daybreak. All right. Juliette? Thank you. Meanwhile, China is sending its growth target for two thousand nineteen at sixty six and a half percent that according to Reuters. The new target shows policymakers in Beijing accounting for an ongoing economic slowdown in Japan. Former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Scone has been indicted for a second time. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports from Tokyo despite Carlos goings pleas of innocence in court, Tuesday, Japanese prosecutors are adding to serious charges against him gone fellow these on board member Greg Kelly and Nissan itself have been indicted for breach of trust. Now guns legal team says it will apply for bail now that he's been indicted, but prospects for that to be granted are slim at best Stephen Engle. Bloomberg news Tokyo. Twenty nine thousand nine is looking good for oil bulls with crude heading for its biggest weekly gain in two years. Bloomberg's Alex Longley has more from our London bureau reversal of.

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