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"five daughters" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"We now return to the letters of Saint Therese of the Sioux with Father Timothy Gallagher. Just to give a sense of these opening letters that we'll be discussing, the time and place of France. The cultural issues that surround us today influence how we respond and how we love and maybe interact with things. Sometimes when you think of the family in Les Sudes, they're living this idyllic little island of love in that family, and yet around them there's still a lot of fallout from what occurred, the terror even only just a couple of generations before, and the circumstances of a world that's on the verge of some incredible changes. So can you help us a little bit with understanding how that might affect the family? Therese is born in 1873, dies at 24 years of age in 1897, so it's the final part of the 19th century. It is a time of a lot of inventions, railroads have come in, industrial revolution is very well in place at this point. As regards the Church, it's a time of a lot of tension. We have an increasingly hostile and secular government and culture at large, and a very strong anti-clericalism. Not an indifference, but an active hostility toward the Church. And so you have Catholics on the other hand that are somewhat entrenched within their safe spaces, within their churches or organizations. So there is a very difficult atmosphere outside the family home, which was very firm in its Catholic faith. Well, just to give you one example, when Saint Therese's mother, now Saint Tzeli Martin, in the last months of her life, in the hope of a cure from the breast cancer, which would take her life just a few months later, goes on a physically difficult pilgrimage down to Lourdes. And when the train returns with the people of this pilgrimage, and she knows this is going to happen, there are people waiting for the train to mock the pilgrims for their incredulity and naivete, and thinking that they were going to get some kind of grace or healing or something special from all this superstition. So we wouldn't even dream of that being the case today, but that's the climate of it, and she's willing to brave that, knowing that we have instances of her husband also, now Saint Louis, bravely facing this kind of thing, not being ashamed to be seen publicly as a Catholic. So it is a difficult situation around them in the church, and they grow up very much in that. Her uncle was a very staunch, even militant Catholic, once he began to take his faith very seriously. So that would be the surrounding situation. In her part of Normandy, in this northwestern corner of France, there is a very strong, faithful Catholic presence, and she grows up in what is an exclusively Catholic world. Her schooling is all in Catholic institutions, and of course, she enters the monastery. So that would be a little bit of the background that we see there. In terms of the family, the family lived in financially comfortable circumstances due to the skill of both parents in their respective businesses. Her father had a watch and jewelry business, which he was very skilled, and her mother created a lace-making business, which was a typical industry of Alençon, the town where Therese was born and lived her first years. And her mother was very enterprising, hardworking, and created a very successful business, so much so that eventually her husband, Louis, sold his business so that he could help her. She was just incredibly overworked with five daughters to raise and a large and flourishing business. So the family was basically middle-class, working, and comfortable financially. So that gives a little sense anyway. I think we have to mention her parents, at least for a moment, because what's the saying? Saints make saints. And as you alluded to, her parents are now saints of the church that we can turn to and pray with and look to them. What would you have to say about her parents, just as an introduction? Well, my suggestion, as we talked about this, was that before moving to Therese letters, remaining in the genre of letters, we look at some of the letters of her mother. Her father, Louis, never really wrote too many letters, so we have very few letters of his, but her mother was a prolific letter writer, kind of heroically. At the end of long days of caring for her daughters and managing her business, she would stay up at night and write these lengthy letters to her daughters at boarding school or her sister-in-law, with whom she was very close, or her own sister, who was a nun in the convent, where her daughters also went to school at the boarding school, run by these visitation sisters. So we have preserved and published 218 letters of her mother, and I think it'd be helpful to look at a few of those from the time when Therese is already born. But let's introduce that by looking at some of the things that Therese's sisters said about their mother. What we'll do, Chris, in everything we look at, my intention is we'll stay with the primary sources because we have such a richness of them. From those, I think we can best find our content. So this is from the sisters of Saint Therese. Now, two years before her sister Céline died, and Céline, who was the longest living of them, died in 1959, remarkably close to our own time and probably overlaps with the life of some of us listening. Now, two years before she died, the superiors asked that she write a memoir of both parents, and she did. We have these little books that Céline wrote, and they're very interesting. At the beginning of the one about her mother, which is entitled The Mother of the Little Flower, she quotes from her own sisters as they say this about their mother, Our mother was abnegation personified. It's very true. You know, I've noted that if Therese is so other-centered, certainly it's a work of grace in her, but she certainly, at least in the brief time, the four years that she had when her mother was still alive, and certainly her mother imbued this in the family, she had a mother who was remarkably other-centered as well. John Paul II's Law of the Gift, you know that as long as we seek to be happy by seeking my time, my plans, my projects, we're never going to be happy. But when we give ourselves in love to God and to others, in service and in love to others, then a wonderful thing happens. We become happy. Well, that law of the gift is exemplified in Zélie in just a very beautiful way. And that's the first thing then that the sisters note here. Our mother was abnegation personified, gifted with a great courage, and she certainly had that too. She was not one to hold back and hesitate and shrink and be afraid, but from nothing she created a business. She wanted her daughters, in order to get married, would have needed a dowry, and she was determined because she had suffered this way in her own life. Her earlier life was not easy. She was determined that her daughters were going to have what they needed, and for that reason created this business, and very successfully. Gifted with a great courage and an extraordinarily energetic character. Yeah, she never stopped. She was very hardworking, almost to a fault, I would say. She had a very sensitive and very generous heart. She was very loving. Turned always to God, woman of great faith, in whom she had a truly heroic confidence. We'll look at some of the testimonies from the process of canonization of Therese, and this book is entitled Saint Therese of Lisieux by those who knew her, which is a wonderful resource also to get to know Therese. And so here it is, the oldest of the sisters, Marie, who is speaking about her mother. Mother was very energetic, so you see it there again, and lively, but without any harshness, and she had a very sensitive and generous heart. She really created it together with her husband because they were so united. This was a very loving household. Not one that would give in to whims and caprices of the children, that was firm where it needed to be firm, but it was all done out of love and therefore very readily accepted. With the exception of Leonie, whose character was very difficult, and there was a reason for that, that I'd say Leonie discovered later on. Above all, she had the spirit of self-denial, there it is again, which made her forgetful of herself. One of the sisters, I think this is Celine, remembers watching their mother in the morning getting breakfast for the whole family, and seeing to it that everyone had everything that he or she needed, and herself just sipping a little broth or something along the way, just not even thinking about herself. This is a very profound quality of her mother. A spirit of self-denial which made her forgetful of herself, and she worked with great fortitude so as to have the means of giving us a good Christian upbringing, the schooling they needed and all that they would need. In sorrow too, for example, at the death of my brothers and sisters, so four of Therese's brothers and sisters died at a very early age, two brothers and one sister shortly after birth in the first year, and then another in her fifth year, Helene, who was a real jewel, and her mother loved very deeply, so sorrow was very much a part of Zelie's life. And when that happened, she showed wonderful strength of soul. One could see from her letters that she was broken-hearted, but her faith helped her to rise above it all. Since we're speaking about the parents, I'll go on for one more paragraph about her father. Father's outstanding characteristic was his very great honesty. He set himself the task of declaring his faith even before unbelievers. So here are some examples of this. Marie, I should say, by the way, Marie is sort of blunt. She just sort of says what she has to say, and she was always a bit like this in her life, sometimes for good and sometimes a little less good. When the priest came to bring Holy Vyatikam to our dying mother, he, her father, offered to escort the Blessed Sacrament as far as the church with a candle in his hand. Now, in those days, with his strong anti-clericalism, he was exposing himself to a lot of ridicule, a businessman publicly carrying a candle to accompany the priest through the streets. But that's the kind of thing that he would do without pause. He was very charitable, and he was that, reaching out to others' needs and so devoted to his neighbor that he would never allow anyone to speak ill of him. His whole character gave an impression of kindness. One also observed in him a great purity of life which was reflected in his whole person. He took the utmost care to remove from us anything which he thought might be an occasion of temptation. And then, this is now Selim, also in the cause of canonization. What impressed me most about my parents was their detachment from the things of this world. Life at home was simple and patriarchal. Louis, the father, was very much the center. We shunned the disturbance of worldly acquaintances and tended to keep to ourselves, and especially when they moved to Lisieux. When they were at Alençon, the family home was on a busy street. You opened the door, you were in the street. So they were there in the midst of the life of the city. When they moved to Lisieux, however, the house to which they moved was isolated. It had its own grounds around it, and there were other houses, but they were very much in their own space. And so even the space itself tended to create a kind of closed environment for the family in that way as well. Life at home was simple and we shunned the disturbance of worldly acquaintances and tended to keep to ourselves. And in fact, Therese's relationships were basically within the family. Her own immediate family, her aunt and uncle, and their two daughters, her first cousins, and then some second cousins as well. It would be safe to say that her parents wouldn't have given her a smartphone at an early age. What an interesting question. I think you'd have to say that that's the case, because, you know, things changed. When they were at Alençon, the family life was very different. Her father had his circle of friends with whom he'd spend time. There were church organizations they were involved in, and her mother, of course, had many acquaintances through the workers. At times, she had up to 30 of them who were giving what time they could to help. And her mother also would reach out to many in need around them. So their family life was more the way family life generally is. But after her death, things tended to close a bit when they moved, not only because of the nature of the home, but because they didn't know anybody at Lisieux. They moved there because it was their mother Zélie's wish and hope that after her death, her sister-in-law Céline, who was the wife of her brother Isidore, would become, as it were, the mother for the children, which Céline, her sister-in-law, did with great love. And for that reason, they urged Louis to move the family up to Lisieux, which this is a pattern throughout Louis' life. He will always, for the sake of others, give up what is dear to him. Now the striking illustration of this is the saying yes to each of the daughters as they wanted to enter Carmel. But the move from Alençon to Lisieux was very difficult, and it meant leaving his own mother who was still living at that time and knowing that he would only return to visit her from time to time. It also meant leaving all the friends and relationships and organizations that were so much a part of his life. To move to a place where at this age in life he was unlikely to reproduce all of that, and in fact never really did. Of course, as I mentioned earlier, giving up his business for the sake of his wife's need, it's a pattern throughout the entirety of his life. And you see that when they move to Lisieux, as I've just mentioned. He certainly sounds like Saint Joseph, doesn't he? He's another wonderful man. He doesn't come to the fore as much in the sources because it's his wife who did most of the writing, and we have very limited amounts of his own writing, and so we need the testimonies of others about him. But yes, he's a remarkable figure of a father. You know, as I read through this volume of Zélie's letters, the volume's entitled A Call to a Deeper Love, The Family Correspondence of the Parents of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus. I would warmly recommend the reading of that volume to certainly any mother who is raising children, any father who is raising children, and anyone who is living a vocation and wants an image of what it means to live real sanctity in the ordinary things of every day. We often will hear this phrase that sanctity does not mean doing extraordinary things, but doing ordinary things extraordinarily. That's an abstract statement, which is true. If you want to see that lived in the nitty-gritty of a woman after a busy day staying up to write a letter to her sister-in-law because of the friendship between them and talking about the little doings of her daughters in the course of the day, her financial worries, her concerns about too much work for the business, too little work for the business, the health of one of the daughters who is suffering and so forth, this is almost the best way that I would know in our tradition to see this because we have this remarkable, not quite unique, but almost unique example of husband and wife together, in this case canonized, others are on the way. So you have a remarkably effective window into that. So I would simply warmly recommend the reading of that book to anyone really. I'm a priest and a religious and read it and loved it and learned from it, but certainly anyone living the Alevocation, living the married vocation, anyone called to be a parent, that simply is a wonderful resource.We'll continue this conversation with Father Timothy Gallagher in our next episode. You've been listening to The Letters of Saint Therese of Lisieux with Father Timothy Gallagher. To hear and or to download this conversation, along with thousands of other spiritual formation programs, visit discerninghearts.com. This has been a production of Discerning Hearts in cooperation with the Oblates of the Virgin Mary. I'm your host, Chris McGregor. We hope that if this has been helpful for you that you will first pray for our mission and if you feel us worthy, consider a charitable donation which is fully tax deductible to help support our efforts. 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"five daughters" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"So before we get into the details of what are these miracles in American history, I guess the question that I have had as I've been reading, rereading the books, is how did you come to know these magnificent stories? Because I was astonished not to have known most of them myself, to discover them in your book. How is it that you found yourself discovering these almost unbelievable but true stories? It started with my dad because my dad's story was unbelievable. My dad's story, to put it briefly, my grandparents were from Ukraine. And my grandfather came over to earn enough money to bring his wife and his six children over from Ukraine. And unfortunately, by the time he had earned enough and sent money back so that they had steamship, steerage to come here from Bremen, World War I had just begun. So my grandmother and her father and six children were riding in the train, and then they came to the border with Austria-Hungary, which was a combatant, of course. It's World War I. And in September, right after the guns of August, no passage, they had to go back. My grandparents were separated for 10 years. And my grandmother lost five of her six children because of the violence and the revolution and the civil war and the horrors. I mean, one of the fine books about that part of the world is called Bloodlands. This was a place where the horrors of communism were first visited. In any event, she came over to the United States. She reunited with my grandfather after 10 years of separation. And then immediately she got sick and badly sick, and she became very concerned about her own survival. She wasn't unable to keep any food down. She was 50 years old. And she had seen so much death with her five daughters, my aunts, as it turns out. But she went to the doctor, and she told the doctor of her symptoms. He examined her. He said, sit down. I have to talk to you. And she started crying. She said, why are you crying? She said, it's a tumor, right? He said, no, it's not a tumor. It's a baby. And she said, not possible. I'm 50 years old. My husband is 50 years old. He said, your name is Sarah, isn't it? And my dad was so aware of this story, because his older brother, the only survivor from the Ukraine, my uncle Moish, was 21 years older than my father. My dad always viewed his life, the fact that he was born in the United States of America, in Philadelphia, as a miracle. My dad was born in the sesquicentennial year, 1926. My grandfather, who had been born in Ukraine, was born in 1876, the centennial year. My dad was the most natural, spontaneous patriot, because he understood that everything he had, everything that he had achieved, was a gift from God, because he could have been together with his sisters, who he never knew, who died on the other side. And my dad was born in Philadelphia. I was born in Philadelphia. Now you're making this stuff up.
"five daughters" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF
"Judy the daughter said that judith did live with the warrants for a few years but she moved when she was eighteen and she had to go she said that judith lived a childhood filled with neglect. And the warren's basically took her just to help her out and give them a place to live. Judy says that her parents were rarely home. They traveled a lot giving lectures. On booked. horrors day were studying. These cases and judith would stay at their house and watch over things while they were away. Judy tony also said that. Jews had a long term boyfriend for most of the time that she lived there. She eventually ended up marrying this boyfriend. And the couple would often spend holidays with the warren's as i mentioned earlier all of the started coming out the lawsuit came up and judy and tony believed that judith was manipulated into saying these things against her parents now again. I'm not going to spend any more time on the lawsuit or of the soap opera drama. I will put a link to this article from the hollywood reporter up in the show on our website. If you want to read more into it. But i'm gonna dive into the some of the cases they covered so we'll start with the first country movie now. This movie claims to be based on the true story of caroline and roger parent who bought an eighteenth century farmhouse in harrisville rhode island and then they moved in with her five daughters andrea. Nancy christine cindy in april and nineteen seventy only to find that. The house was possessed by spirits. Or according to the warren's a really pissed off which named bathsheba sherman now as an aside. I'm going to mentioned. The movie was based on the transcripts of eddin lorraine warren. They wrote down things. The family had told them and also their experiences from their perspective while they were in the house and andrea was very clear about pointing that out as well. She wrote a trilogy of books. Titled house of arkansas. So flight that she self published which are based on her and her family's firsthand experiences so anything that the warren's documented was stuff that the family had told them it happened so they didn't get all the details is basically what she's saying like my books basically tell you how it actually happened. There's been she didn't say that they did it wrong. Or they did anything bad but she just wanted to make that distinction at. I'm not going to recount the entire plot of the movie. It's mean if you're interested watch it. It's terrifying about the story. So i the movie makes it look like the parents moved in the summer. When it was nice and beautiful but andrea said they actually moved in during the winter and weird. Things started happening about three months after they i moved in and then christine perrin said that started with bedroom doors. They'd fly open and then bay against the walls in the middle of the night so it was like someone was just walking through the halls Banging like flinging open everyone's stores also in the movie. We notice psyched. I day or the second that they moved in. What's her name. Lili taylor yes. The woman who plays the mother carolyn. She lays down to take a nap and she wakes up and she has bruises on her. And she's like. Oh that's weird. Yeah it's like right at the beginning of them moving in..
"five daughters" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"She's not a swamp creature sees brand new to D. C, representing the 15th Congressional District of Illinois. She's been with us before. Welcome back to America. First Congresswoman Mary Miller. Thank you. It's my pleasure. You're doing such a great work for our country. Uh, whoever controls information controls the people and we need you badly. Well, I'm not here to control people. I'm here to provide information so they can make decisions for themselves. Congress woman Miller finally were so many people very frustrated with the GOP. You're new to this political world. Finally, today there was a press conference with some very, very harsh language. This administration. What is your sense? You're you're still a bit of an outsider. You're not a swamp creature. Your there is a citizen politician is that GOP finally going to get its act together when it comes to responding to the disaster. That is the Biden surrendered to the Taliban. Well, if there ever was a time it's now and I know I belong to the Freedom Caucus, and they are a group of Patriots. Committed to our constitution to regular citizens, and we want our leadership to, um, speak up and fight back and We need to unite and called Democrats into account I in light of what's going on in Afghanistan, a joint Other members and calling on the Biden administration officials especially Secretary Blinken and Austin, to immediately testified before Congress to answer our questions. And shouldn't some of these people be forced to resign? Is the GOP not ready to call for the resignation of at least the national security Advisor and the secretary defense and Antony Blinken at the State Department. Somebody has to pay a price for this. Definitely. Well, I know I am and and at the Freedom Caucus meeting. Many of them are also so hopefully going forward. We're going to see some accountability. I know Regular citizens. Uh, here in the United States are outraged over what's going on and And I'm afraid that if we don't Get bold and bad and fighting against the Democrats dismantling of our great country that we're going to lose our base. Yes, it is clear that the Trump Movement is alive and well when you look at the rally on Saturday night, But the establishment GOP scenes are not to understand that Congresswoman Miller follow this lady. Rep. Mary Miller on Twitter. That's a wrap for Mary Miller talked to us about some recent the resolution you It's not about of Afghanistan, but it's about national security and selective service. Tell us about what you're trying to do on Capitol Hill. Mhm. Yes, well, first of all, it's Continue. Continually, um Surprises me how Here we have an open border. You know this push to defund the police. This disaster in Afghanistan, and now we're going to push drafting our daughters, so I introduced a resolution expressing that Congress should not pass. Legislation mandating the registration of women for selective service that's done and let's not pay for a second. Let's start. Let's stop here for a second. Sure who is behind Adding women to the selective service registration. Well, let's start with that. Where is this push coming from Congresswoman Miller? Well, it's it was newly added provisions to the Senate version of the National Defense Authorization Act, which would require women to register for the draft. And who was behind it. Other names can you identify where it came from? I'm not sure who's behind it. But my resolution was a response to that Senate version. I I actually have five daughters and It's very personal for me, and I'm not denying that women play critical roles in her military, but they should not be forced to fight and the draft In the rare instances that it's used primarily is to be a pipeline to replace combat forces. And I think even now we can see with this. Disaster in Afghanistan. Who cares about awoke military? We want an effective fighting machine. We want to be a threat to the world. We want our enemies to fear of. What a wonderfully refreshing statement we just heard. Did you get that guy's or three million of you? We want to be a threat to the world. Yes, we do to our enemies. We have to be a threat. Otherwise they don't take us. Seriously. The last few seconds we have with you. Do you have supporters for your resolution? How does it stand right now, Congresswoman? I do have a lot of supporters, and I think that, um, you know, actually, I haven't had anybody turned me down that I've approached, so we're continued to get people to sign on. Fabulous. Keep doing what you do. Keep representing the spirit that really built America, not politicians that stay there become careerists in the Senate in the house for decades and decades on end, But people who represent the citizen ship the citizens Identify first from Illinois is 15 congressional district. Mary Miller hope to see you back in Studio in D. C in the very near future. More of your course. Here on America. 1st 183333 Gorka G o R. K. That's 18333346752. But please, please. Don't call us from a cell phone connected to one of the big cell phone providers because they are woke. They're not on your side. When you pay your bill at the end of the.
"five daughters" Discussed on Hack
"Denied al qaeda advice of operations out of afghanistan yesterday the pm announced that afghan refugees would be getting priority in australia's refugee intake. The government takes in less than fourteen thousand people a year as refugees. The government still trying to work out. How many of them will be afghans escaping the taliban regime but the pm's ruled out increasing out overall intake. That's not good enough. That's not fair. Atiku says we can and should be doing more as australian citizen. I am frustrated. Vicki's our prime minister could do better out. There is responsibility towards people who stood with us full twenty years and it's the time to stand with them and as evan jones from a human rights organization in afghanistan told aren breakfast. The need is huge at the end of june that with three hundred ninety thousand people internally displaced throughout the country and burn. You're going to see these numbers rise. The australian grains want us to have a special one off increase in refugee numbers especially for afghans. He's senator nick. Mckim was done. That in the past relationship label from syria was done more recently in relation to students on call. There's plenty of price. He wants us to follow. What countries like canada doing governments recently announced that the the twenty thousand ply suits senator. Kim says that would allow australia to take in the people. Most at risk in afghanistan right now that would allow us to offer protection to people who will be persecuted and having the pasta and hosted by the taliban including women human rights activists eligibility accused of journalists and religious. And if nick monorities and take says we should be doing more to protect afghans who are here already. Some have the threat of being returned home hanging over their heads. The temporary protection visas should be immediately removed and they should be given permanent protection visa. Pack on triple j shalala madora reporting this. Someone has texted in. I think we should take more. Afghan refugees especially those who've spoken out against the taliban government needs to provide more peace of mind about that as soon as possible. I'd love to know your thoughts. Should the australian government do more to take in afghan people who are trying to escape the country from the taliban at the moment a un Someone who served for the military forest rally in afghanistan ozil three nine seven five seven triple five would love to know what you think about the situation shamsi ah hussein boy is a young afghan woman. Who's leaving in melbourne. She's also a journalist and she was nine when her family left afghanistan for australia. Shamsi thanks for joining us on. Triple j how did you feel today saying the taliban takeover of kabul thank you for having me. Well i think like every other can Just in in disbelief It was hard for us to to witness it. All the the twenty years of hard work and sacrifice of many loved ones it was just absolutely heart wrenching to all go just under twenty days. Yeah it was such a such a foss takeover that a lot of people saying just wouldn't happen. How you family feeling over there. in afghanistan. I've got more than sixty percent of my family's still living there. And i i belong to has our trip though right now afghanistan. Is you know every every every woman every children every man is very vulnerable At the hands of the taliban but especially because our community We've been talking to you. Know buy them for decades now and now you know for them to you know to massacre massacres to cleanses from the surface of afghanistan is is. We'll be done without any effort and my family are absolutely hopeless on. I've got an auntie who lives who has five daughters. She's a widow and five. Young daughters A tentative without a men. It's already tragic but especially in tons of taliban. We don't know when daughters going to be captured and taken from her. We don't know what's going to happen to him. So it's absolutely heartbreaking. it's it's completely terrifying shamsi yet. You have connections to afghanistan and to australia. What do you think about. Australian military forces being there for twenty years and just leaving in the in the loss couple of months. How do you feel about that situation. I think i'm just. I'm angry at the moment i'm really angry. You know that. The walt leader and especially australian. Us could could've done you know. Could've out withdrawing their troops in a better way At least prepared at the you know the afghans to to fight for themselves not just leave them hanging there in a mess Basically dogged their gripes in there and you know as a country as as australians. We need to talk about what's happening in afghanistan until yesterday there weren't many you know influences all leaders talking about what's happening in afghanistan and it was just. The afghan communities are begging other non afghans to speak up to for them to raise the awareness of what's happening in afghanistan. you know we begged people To stand with us and people you know they with us. It was about too late And you know as an australian we we need to focus on the refugees win it to take more refugees and we need to understand why they are refugees and instead of torturing them from running such fate people wouldn't leave their homeland if they were saying they live because there is no nice in there. There is no hope in there for them anymore. And you know what. I want from the german community is just you know to send your askin friends or colleagues or whatever you know your neighbors to send them a message that you you out you understand that you acknowledge their pain and instead of focusing the news and the attention on the troops You know coming back home and the whites th they're they are pulling out from afghanistan. Yes you know. They've got they've got that privilege of being out of there within a few hours. But i've done at the afghan people. They are the ones who are suffering. They're the ones who are left with. No help with no hope whatsoever. Yeah a lot of people are agreeing with you on the text line. Shems as someone says. My heart is berggren bergen. This useless government has yet again failed to do. It's job someone else. I'm sure we have plenty of room for more refugees and there are heaps of agricultural jobs going at the moment that we can give them someone else. You khanna's a nation. Sandra military to a country for twenty years and then ignore it and it's people as an organization like the taliban takeover embedded from brisbane has texted. We have the space. We need good people. They need somewhere to go. We need to increase our refugee intake. I'm going to go to host now. Who's from melvin. And he's an afghan leaving in australia. You know we've just heard from shamsi. The complete hot bright you know. What are your thoughts saying..
"five daughters" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"A lot of Venezuelans figured out here. We don't have to try and get across. You know, through an airplane. We can just you know, across the Southern Border Pretty easy. We're seeing a lot of Venezuelans come that way, but they're also in Florida. Many of the lucky ones got away and they will tell you they didn't see it coming. They kind of said okay, and they let their name their street names be renamed and they let them take down the statues. And they did. I mean, it's like I talked to Venezuela and you can see exactly what they're trying to do. They're trying to do it here, and it will end the same way and we're already the only six months in and we're seeing the economy. Go get tanked from what we had, You know, record breaking economic numbers under Donald Trump. It's kind of interesting is Rachel Campos Duffy Follow her everywhere on Instagram on Twitter. Go and check out her podcast with her husband, Sean, Um, one last thing you said something that really jumped out at me, and I've been in this business a long time Broadcasting 32 years now. And throughout the years I've had some people say I support you like what you do. I'm gonna help you and then I made it pretty well. A lot of other people said it's not the fight I'm willing to have and what you said about dying on the hill on this one. I think that Americans are so nice and so, um, busy working to raise their families and succeed in life that they haven't realized that those fights Have been popping up a lot lately. And you're saying sometimes you've got to put on and take off the gloves, you know, take up. Whatever happens, you have to take up and say I'm going to go up on the hill and I'm going to fight you for our value system going to fight you for the future of this country going to fight you for the future of my five daughters and your nine kids. Um, and we oftentimes put that off to the side. There's something else going on that I'll focus on now What you said, really jumped out at me. You're willing to fight. This is the fight to have I am. I'm not. I'm going to go down fighting, but it's so interesting what you said. I never thought about this until you said that that on the on the Coast, especially on the New York Post, you know people are a little more feisty and they're you know they're a little more aggressive and the middle of the country and the you know the Midwest and the South. There's just a lot of cultural politeness. And I do think that that that the coastal's have taken advantage of that. And but I do think that the pandemic has, um you know, Probably the only silver lining is some people have woken up. I know that I I saw my kids. Um, I thought I knew how liberal the public school was in my area. My son was going to public school. And when I saw that he was actually viewing Chinese propaganda video in a social studies class and was not allowed to even comment on it. They were just given it I was Lord, I thought, Oh, my God, I'm on TV all the time talking about, you know, liberal infiltration of schools, and even I didn't know how bad it was. It was scary to me, and I know their parents all across the country that had that experience, And that is why you're seeing them trying to take back to school boards. But the left is very stuff. They have known all along that you know, we we are hard at work. We put our heads down as you said, and we try and be polite and and go along and get along and they've taken over these very important formative. Positions for you know that have great impact on our Children's lives, including the school board's, um and so we need to take these back. We can't just sit back and and let them do what they're doing, and it's not going to be pretty. They're not going to give it up easily. They're going to call us Racists and misogynists and homophobes. And guess what? You're not going to be able to just wait and expect your congressman to fix this problem. She can't fix this problem. The only you can fix this problem. And if you don't have the guts to stand up in a school board meeting and do it, because not everybody is, you know equipped to do that, Then you better be online. When the mob goes after that, mom who does do that go online or in that room. Applause support her somehow, because those moms and dads that are standing up are getting a lot of grief, and not just from the usual suspects. Even their own Children will say, Mom, Please don't do that. It's so embarrassing or they're going to call me a racist. It's hard to do this, but if we don't Fight back going to lose this country forever. It's done. It's done. I tell you, I got back from party noble from that excursion. I thought I came back depressed. I was like, I don't know how we beat this. And the only thing I can think of Joe is to think small. Think about your kitchen table. Have those conversations with your kids. If you're not talking about race and sex and American history and economics and socialism If you're not talking about it with your kids around your kitchen table, I promise you somebody else is And on the way to the soccer came, Um, go to the school board meetings, start small, starting your family and start in your town. And then it won't feel so overwhelming. But if every one of us do this, I promise you There are more of us than them. There are just more of us. But the next generation won't have the common sense that you and I have sort of on mass. And you know our age group because the new generation coming up is getting so confused with so many ideas, and it's only us that can change. Well. I think that we have to realize that we have the numbers. As you say. I think a lot of times we don't think we do because of this. The left media. The left sports left music left, you know, academia left Hollywood. We think that we're being outnumbered. We're not. It's just the coast and we do outnumber them. We have to act like it. Rachel. I'm going to do this in two parts because it was so amazing. So do me a favor. Come on Any time you want to come back. Congratulations on the fox and friends weekend. Go and check her out. Rachel Campos, Duffy. Um, Campo stuff him started saying that the Spanish way you say anyway, you want so I appreciate that gold. Follow on instagram to come on fox and friends. I'm gonna talk time. We have to have you back. Well, Peter's had me on several times. So anytime you want. I'm going to be there without a doubt. Thank God. We have your voice out there. Can we do it again soon. Yes, at any time. You know, we're friends at any time. Your show is amazing. I love you, too. I appreciate you and congratulations. We're back after this. Stay right here..
"five daughters" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"It reminded me that not wants to. Jesus run in the bible. You know jesus was walked. His he was at rest. He was relaxed. He was just a peaceful man. And just how. God works too. You know god moves in you and through you when you're at rest so if you're not allowing yourself to be still how can god actually move and help you through your struggles and things like that. So i've had to really learn that. Thought it was powerful. That is true. Jesus never ran. You never see them again from place to place and we can learn from that you know. I feel like a question. Michael that maybe some of the audience some of the fam- have in that that i even have is that you know. How do you get to that place of of freedom to focus. How do you How do you take the steps to get into that head. Space or to create that space in a professional environment where you do have the freedom to because i think a lot of people They have a to do list and they're not quite sure what to do. I you know a friend of mine was in town and he was like. I don't want to go back home. Because when i go back home i. I don't feel good. And i told him. I said you know what i think that is. I think that is something that you know you need to do. That is lingering that you haven't really faced and when you go home you're going to face it again. I said and i felt that same feeling. And so i think there's a there's a something on all of our to do list that we haven't done. There's a path that we need to start walking down but we don't know how and we're kind of scared of that beast. How can we walk into that effectively and gain that freedom. I mean what are a few few steps are suggestions. You could give us your you know. I think that's where we kind of have to remember that. There's there's two approaches to life and this is my simple over simplification of life but there are people who drift through life who are reactive. Who are kind of taking life as it comes. And they're kind of swept up in the current and they're just drifting and years ago guild. I've been married forty one years and after we'd been married about five years we went to hawaii and we went snorkeling because we couldn't afford to do anything else since we bought some snorkeling gear and we went out. We were so captivated by everything that we were seeing They're underwater that we got kind of sidetracked and distracted and unbeknownst to us we got caught in a riptide got pulled way out to sea and suddenly woke up. Pulled our heads out of the water and realized that we were in real trouble and fortunately obviously we made it back. Because i'm here. We go for another thirty years because it was such a frightening experience but it was. It was a great point to me that that nobody ever drifts to a destination they would have chosen. You know when you go through life drifting you wake up. Maybe to a health crisis or a relational crisis or today's crisis with your kids. You know your kids are talking to your there. They end up on drugs or some of the crisis and so nobody ever drifted to destination. They would have chosen. The opposite of that is to begin to design the outcome. You want to get clear on what the destination is. What i want my wife to look like. Actually one of my books. Three books ago is a book called living forward. It's all about creating a life plan and get into vision sort of for that ten to twenty five year look on each of the major domains of your life like what i really want my my marriage to be you know. I have a great marriage today after forty one years five daughters eight grandkids with the ninth. One on the way. But that didn't just happen. You know there. There was a lot of design and intention -ality about that same thing with business. Same thing with health if you like Today at sixty three. I'm in the best i've ever been in. I work out every day. I take care of myself but that it just happened. That took design. And you know. I'm definitely not any smarter than anybody else. Not more talented than anybody else. All i've done is is tried to say. What is the outcome i want. What is the destination. I want to arrive that. And how can i take incremental steps. Today that will lead me toward those outcomes in each of the major domains of life. We'll have you do this when you get into business accelerator. This is one of the first exercises. We do in the first session excited about that. That sounds amazing. Michael thank you so much for joining us in and dropping so much wisdom today here on the good life. We're so excited to start your leadership program. also guys. if you want to check out michael's podcasts led to win. You can find that on apple. Podcast it's excellent. We were just listening to your focus episode that you just there's so many good tidbits in there one of his few books you can also check those out. We've named those a will link them in the description. Michael thank you again for being on what we love to have you back sometime. Thank you both. Can we see when you join the program all right. Enjoy the rest of.
"five daughters" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Submarine. I'll put this to you. Got they asked how fuck gerard merano. Pow torres carry spain in the u. rose Off will be carrying them from different ends of the pitch I run out of superlatives for four jerem arena because he got only scores. Goals scored a ton of goals last year. It's only he came out of nowhere but he's also such a fantastic assist man as well You know in some ways to maybe even a little bit of a parallel with harry kane. He scores and he sets up others. So i think he can play a big role for spain. And i think we should have no doubts and say this is my guy upfront. even though is perhaps a different system in some ways. Five daughters at the back. You really like what you see. I think it is a big step up here. We're still talking about a very young man Spain certain areas where. They're very strong. And they have other areas. Where i think they have been deficiencies and when i look at some of the choices that louisiana made some of the guys he left out and just even the mere fact that there's not a single row madrid player in the spot. Not even somebody like nachos entirely inoffensive to anybody you know you can say that. I think is going to do things his way. He's a man of conviction and they're going to walk away a fool or king. I think in in this tournament but he certainly shown just manager is how did the spectrum for natural and offensive.
"five daughters" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"888941 Paige's 889417247. Get a shot in the beer, The actually the corner bar that used to go to carry right after the show. They offered the shot in the beer to write a different kind of shot. I do not know what corner bar you are talking about. I go home and do not hit the bar. The one where they actually named a drink The carry lucky where there so often? No, there is no such drink. No. There. There shouldn't Is there The honorary There is no the honorary carry. Lucky Booth is right in the corner where you can sit down and relax. No. Yeah. Several people there waiting to fan. You often feed you grapes after dealing with me for three hours ago. Now that sounds like a plan. Actually, you like stop feeding me grapes, smashed him and put him in the bottle. Get going on that idea. I think they have audio of you actually yelling that the people feeling your great, um 88941 Paige's 889417247 just joining us. There's now some sort of a collaboration between President Biden and, uh, Anheuser Busch, where they're gonna They're gonna offer you a beer. If you get the vaccination and we hit 70, What is it 70% vaccinated in this country? That think that that's thinking outside the box. That's thinking outside the box. Well, that's sell more beer from up a beer. Let's start with the Americans are stupid, and they won't go to the corner store and buy the beer for a couple of dollars. They're going to go and get a shot. And then they get a free beer like I I'm the winner here. What Yeah. Really say. No, I was going to say your time at like it could. This is advantageous Anheuser Busch that will this sell more beer or they really don't because it's it's what they believe in. I think it's awoke. Move. I think it's going to help their their image. No, it's awoke Move. It's awoke Move. It is. I mean, there's no let me ask you this. Why should a beer company get involved with vaccination? I don't know why. I don't know. Okay, so don't see the correlation between the two but People are still talking about occupation. And how many months pregnancy is in my chatroom. Stop it! Do that in some other chat. Come on, Make me start talking about guy stuff. So, yeah, cringe Now. We don't need any of that. Hey, Paul. You ever get that itch? What is that face? What? I'm going to talk about, guys W gonna keep this up, ladies, it's gonna happen. I was waiting for polo to China in but, um, no apologies made a face like he's not jumping in. You made a face like I'm not gonna involve. He's like typing something He's like, Why am I in this now? It's not talk about this. You know what I mean? You know you need polo. He's taking his time from the ear buds, and he just he doesn't want to even get in this. He's going to give us the old saying I'm Bennett. My name is Ben it. I ain't in it. I know it. It's coming. Anything there, Paula, let's really make them uncomfortable. What are we talking about? You know when you when you wear your underwear three days in a row, you know the thing that happens. You know what I'm saying? How is Tiger ovulation? Uncomfortable for you? Because I don't ovulate of a man and a man Don't don't have to deal with that. Thank you. As far as you know. I ain't having it. Seriously. The chat room is supposed to be about the show. It's a population and how many weeks and well when you were talking about it, and you were getting almost said about it. Monitors all 10 10 months, 40 weeks checking the calendar and thermometers was not on the agenda. Today. It's your fault. Started. I'm done. Not my. How's it my fault? You said that you're like a pregnant white mailers like that. No, Kerry said It wasn't allowed to be pregnant because I'm a white straight man. She said that this is all unlucky. No, I don't think so. I think you were the one that clearly started up. You know, I've got my calendar and we checked the thermometer. And I don't ever want to know that. Besides, I mean, if you were pregnant, may I don't think you need a thermometer. I think that You use a thermometer to see if you're able to get pregnant because there's some sort of temperature change or something. I don't like. Talk to sue over in the freaking chat room. Okay? I was thinking more like what? You women do little thing on the turkey Just Already know. Thank you. Polo. Appreciate you putting your buds and take them right out. All right. So, uh, did you really go to the turkey thing that pops out? Did he really do that? Just thought there was like I was. Oh, I was going someplace else. And I was about to say it. I will not say it. Sam. I'm out of this conversation. No, no, no. No, Sam. What I need you to do is go to my chat room and I want you to add to the auto mod band the word thermometer. I thought Polo is going to say like a turkey baster. No. Pull it on. Because polls got a very dirty mind. I was thinking about all the other little their mom. They actually the moment or okay. God, you got to get kind of sticky since she actually banned the word thermometer. Yeah. Work your way around that one, Sparky. Okay, it is 88941. Paige's joe PAGs dot com. Get a shot and a beer. What do you think, Bill? Hey, Joe, this bill from San Antonio Transplant from Ohio. Nice two quick points. I always have a shop with a beer number two ideal with population every 28 days. If you're married, you do. Okay. All right. And I've got five daughters. Keep that in mind. Go ahead. What else you got? There you go. Yeah, Anyways, Like I said, I'm from Ohio and our local grocery store chain of their Kroger. Which is the equivalent HPV down here, Crocker. Sure they're they're offering a lottery. Also like for a certain number. People to come in to get a vaccine. They're eligible for a million dollar payout as well and another certain number of people that come in and get their shots at a Kroger. They get a certain like a certain value of groceries for for wow. We're literally bribing people to get this vaccination. What is that? Well, my question is there pushing people to get the vaccination more than they do push people to vote. Exactly right. But don't want them. Giving a million dollars is when he goes and votes either. To be honest with you, Bill. I appreciate you. Thank you. They're giving away a million dollars or free groceries. If you go and get vaccinated, it sounds like a really bad movie about a really bad game show. Would you go and get vaccinated? If you could be in the running for a million dollars? Um no. I mean, honestly, that's just that's a little bit weird. That's weird people who are getting Now and I'm not taking any side on this. But there are people who are getting their kids vaccinated so they can get that free college. Thank you. College paid for Like one person gets that, so I mean, it's not. It doesn't make sense. It's very weird. Let me go back and let me say hi to Frank in Las Vegas. Come on, Frank. Uh, Paige's You got me. I got you, Frank. Let's go. Well, first of all, I have an AR guy got to give kudos to even after five kids. You haven't done transgender. I certainly wouldn't bet on that. I don't love you know. How do you know? I might have started as a I started as a woman. You don't know? Oh, well. Um uh, This is so insulting. And the, uh the lame stream the alphabet goop. You know what number eight months ago? Look at the lines. You You've got to get the vaccine. You've got to get the vaccine and go. Wait a minute. If I had chickenpox, and I didn't get the vaccine, and I survived chickenpox. And the doctor says No, he doesn't need the vaccine. By the way, I did have the coronavirus and I'm 59. I'm on for inhalers, and I survived it. Um, you have very wary here and you talk about insulting to the intelligence. Of the American public. Keep knocking it out of the park pack. Appreciate your front up, lost, Frank. I appreciate that. Thank you. Appreciate it. I felt like he was going. I actually had the Ryker already. Why don't I had a feeling about Frank? For some reason when it came to the Rick Roll? Why are you getting like that? You settle down. It's OK. I felt as though you were about to get a nobody has complimented me yet. Or today. I want to make sure that I that I kept her in check. I know how the ego gets. Oh, no, no, that's your ego. That's not mine. Adam, Louisiana one minute it's all years ago. Bag. Thanks for the great show. Uh, action if they want to get it's a free market, And I'm confused because enough people have gotten it to make a huge difference in the coronavirus pandemic. So why would we keep pushing it pushing? It doesn't have more to do with reprogramming anti. Even people don't trust the government. So that they can learn to depend on the government and see the government as trust sort, Adam. I don't know, but I do not. Your phone sucks. Carry can be honest with the phone. Yeah, it does. Yeah. I want to get a new one..
"five daughters" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"Her genesis was from a right collaborations with two other new york times. Bestselling authors lauren. Willing and beaches williams. We had a book last year. Called all the ways we said goodbye and said in paris during three different time periods and we meet precious to for the first time. It's nineteen sixty four. You know when she hints. She's a beloved character in that book. We got lots of reader mail about her and you know what she hints at a past from her warriors at. She doesn't wanna talk about. But but there's a lingering sadness there you don't know what that story is so in the last night in london we see precious again. We get to know that passed and we also get to meet her. Now as a woman about to turn one hundred sharing her story with mattie it'd stugotz and weenie but from the last night but when you wrote that patch of the ways we say goodbye to you know yourself what pressures backstory was or did you have to get to grips with creating them. After the came out you know because we we write that book together and we don't. We don't admit who writes what part but always in and we we each you know we add so much to each character that when you know i think we. We've all decided together because i wanted. I needed a character like precious studios in the book that i was working on at the same time and both beaches in lawrence said. Well you know you wanna use precious and so at that point. I didn't know what that background was in. The ending had already been written for all the ways. We said goodbye. We'd gotten together to sort of you know. Do the final through discuss it and we came up with this amazing plot twists that had to do with precious I'm not going to give anything away. So people want to read that book. That really tells you what the big deal was in world war two with precious so to see her now. I think it's an just to see her. Look over her life in all the things that happened at that point in sort of you know talk about it to matt share what she's learned in what she regretted in all of that. I think it's it's just. It's such a fascinating way to to write about a character yet and it raises an interesting issue. I mean it's wonderful that your friends but that's really shed. Ip that they have now allowed you to take on news in something else. Isn't it which is really quite an interesting sing. that's developing with this whole new publishing. Absolutely n i know of beatrice learn. And i we. You know it's like. Oh i need you know. Beatrice she has a. They're not a series. Or just you know they have interlocking characters and at the schuyler family and you know i know. Lauren has more than one said i need you know. I need somebody in new york city at this time. And so she'll say okay. I'm going to borrow this character. And they're just like they're kind of placeholder not main characters. Of course those belong to the author but it kind of makes distiction world very very real and several times in different books we have used characters are dropped a name or whatever you know and and may reference to them because it's it's so much fun to do and all three of us have included a law firm called willie williams and white which is three last names not everybody catches it but when they side. Yeah it's great fun. Look many in the last night in. London is a photo journalist. Truth commission to do a piece on wartime fashions for a museum exhibition. And this is how she discovers precious stone alive just about to celebrate her hundred with dr it in the course of the book. That's wonderful detail about the fashion items. The gowns that they choose the exhibition the shoes bags and in fact. There's an evening bag that plays quite a significant part in the story was that sided with fund research. Have you done fishing stuff before. I have not might link to beautiful. Beautiful gowns and fashion was from my grandmother's trunks in her mississippi house so my grandmother had five daughters growing up in the fifties in the deep south. If you can even imagine the dresses they have a my grandmother. Stay the mall with tissue in all his other. And i just you know the long gloves and you know the handbags the head fashions everything you know my cousins and i my girl cousins. I would just be ecstatic when we'd go visit our grandmother because she would let us put them on and it was you know are a little fashion show so i've always had an interest and then i came across. I can't even remember. I was well. I was researching this book. Because i don't always backed. I rarely know really what's going to happen in a book and i didn't even know about fashion angle until i was researching other stuff about london during the forty thirties and forties. And i've came across a novel. And i wanna give you the title of it should be. It's not now. I've i've already put those books away but it was novel written in the late thirties about a girl getting just a Live working class family and she gets a job working as a model for a small fashion house. And i read it. I mean that. I mean that's where i got so much of that. You know what models are talking about how they got changed brady for shown what that felt like. That was incredible because it was written during the time. You know so how much things cost. And all that you know she gets an apartment or flat and you know has roommate and how much that cost in it was just it was such a you know an eye opener and then i all at the same time i came across. It's a coffee table book that had been written to go along with an exhibition. Somewhere you know one of the art museums in london and was called fashion in a again. I haven't somewhere fashioned in age of crisis or something like that and and it wasn't it showed all these you know. These gorgeous gowns shocked that you know. I this war time but you know people were still dancing. People were mean it had to be more careful about it and you know with the results of the romance of the men in uniform and the you know we always like to romanticize were there you know. There's nothing less romantic than war. But back then i guess maybe it was that edge of danger and they did. They would go to cut to the cafe. Paris you know. And which is in the balkan that surreal place in. It really was hit by a bomb. Lots of people died and they continue to dance and it was the thing to go out and be glamorous and it really was an exciting time and i was just mesmerized by both these folks at this glamorous life could could could continue in such a fraught time such a dangerous time in the book it almost feels like being being that way celebrating and continuing to look. Beautiful is a way to respond to let to show him that. They're not going to give in sort of thing. Definitely debt.
"five daughters" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals
"I wouldn't be that big of a deal. He did all the important stuff already and they would have just saved him from his assassination on april fourteenth in exactly like it. Oh hey abe can come with like well. actually. I was just about to head to this. Play not come with us. It'll be fun. Yeah yeah so. That was last person so they brought her everyone in the presentation and they got on their on the presentation and actually the thing is like i assume that they pulled all these people from their time line and that it would have ruined their time line but they do return everyone back to their time line and according to the movie logic that they use for for this specific movie for time travel. It actually does work. They wouldn't have messed up history. So everything i said just now is not true. All the stuff would have happened. The one thing is at the very end of the movie. Rufus brings on the princesses that they found in the fifteenth century. England and those are the two people that are actually permanently pulled from their time line. So how how would this affect anything. How this affect history. I had to figure out who these princesses are. Actually were so they're fictional princesses. But i wanted to see if there is a real life equivalent so in the fifteenth century england. Again they're vague about the year so it could be any time in the thirteenth century. But they specifically say that. It's the castle of kanye. Henry and the prince's names are elizabeth and joanna. I couldn't find princesses aligned with those names but there are four four four five six seven. Yeah there's four for potential king. Henry's in the fifteenth century. They could be and two of them are not actually Option so henry. The fifth year he only had one child and it was henry the six so he didn't have any daughters and then henry the six had no children at all so is neither of them. They didn't have the princesses So the other. Two options are henry. The seventh and henry the fourth and seventh had three either three or four sons was a little vague because i think there is some confusion about whether edward and edmund are the same person also has four daughters One of them is named elizabeth but she died at three old another one daughters died at just after eight days and the others were born very very late fifteenth century. And they wouldn't be old enough for this movie to be in the fifteenth century. So the last option for king henry king henry. The fourth harry. Fourth had four sons and two daughters and then one illegitimate son from like an unknown mistress and so his two daughters were planche. Who died in fourteen zero nine at age. Seventeen and filipa who married. I didn't write his name. He became the she became. The queen of denmark in was living in denmark at the time. That head would have got there so she wasn't living in england when They would have been there so We've run out of options except that king henry. The fourth Had a second marriage with joanna of navarre and she had five daughters and three sons but five dollars more importantly so like her daughters became. Henry's daughters two of them died before the fifteenth century. So it could have been the other three so the other three are. Marie marguerite and blanche blast. The name gets me every day. It's a very old fashioned. It could have been either any three of these chose marie and marguerite because they're closer in age. They're only a year apart..
"five daughters" Discussed on Born to Impact
"Inc magazine fast company business week entrepreneur magazine michaels also highly sought after speaker and thought leaders who has spoken in front of literally millions of people over the course of his career. Even more michael is a loving husband. Father of five daughters. I got to. And i think i got my hands full but five daughter's grandfather to nine grandchildren and all around incredible human force for good. Who is living out a born to impact lifestyle hand day in and day out as our pleasure to welcome to the show today. Michael hi welcome my friend. Well thanks to end good to be with you both awesome..
"five daughters" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"Dies Yeah so it's it's very different from how it happens in the comic book to the series and actually We'll just go ahead and spoiler this. 'cause i mean this fucking old again wash pronounce your problem arrigo in the comic neagh is the one that scoops eyeball out with like a spoon all all this other stuff that leads to his death and in the comic books i mean i are in the. Tv show was wasn't his newest behind the answer. The the y. Oh no no. That's not how he died in. He need killed him in the show but not the same. What ways desirable. I the the face jazz shock till how good he killed the red headed dude and then darryl punched megan and said that's it. I have to punish someone else buck. And then he just went bowmen. Hit glynn on the head with a baseball bat. And i never had them lined up brand of. Yeah with a she was. It was a shock. 'cause i omitted ten his i was out and then he just went into town on them. And yeah. I've only watched. The first season is whatever's going to be same ultimate zombie. Bullshit issue it's very interesting. I talked to a lot of people who dropped off the walking dead like and it was around the time when glad we drive. That's yeah it was off because with with a show like that once your favorite character dies is really a point to sticking it out for me. I watch all the way to the way to so okay. Yeah oh my reasoning why. I didn't get back. Into game of thrones there honestly there were too many filler episodes fisher thing happened man. That's what i love about what they like that yet. But that's what. I loved about game three inches. They developed a character to where good or bad. You kinda characters has patching. That's because the character is a game of thrones had a lot in them. The characters in the walking dead were not as deep so. It's not like a good writers fucking sucked. Yeah that's i'm not blaming. The actors are the character models landing not being what it could have been. It was boring after a while. So we fell edit and i mean aruna teaches givens sued I love it. I can't and i can't call this show full. I can't recall a show that i've ever just dropped off. Because character died. I feel like with walking dead like we've watched up until about the indices nine now and it's ending it at seasonal Actually the main walking dead series. I just feel like you know two more seasons to go. I might as well just kind of hunker down. Finish it and then walk away and say okay. Well i had my time with her. And it's the same thing with with most of the shows. I watch like one season caesar to in and i'm already kind of invested that far i just kind of throw myself into it and just i know there's gonna be some rough patches here there yet. I kinda like to see things through to the end for a lot of a lotta the shows that i watch and i gotta say i mean some some shows they just fucking hit the nail on the head perfectly. They the capture you. They they grab you. You're you're invested in their son. That will kind of keep you on the hook. But they they don't fully they don't have you and then i think they kind of just like lose themselves at some point midseason and they don't know what their goal is in you kinda because they're so faded out in not sure what they're wanting to towards their main goal just lose interest in you end up not not getting into it and a lot of the time to either. Sometimes it's made main tasks members like could be leaving the show that could you know then steer the show in a different direction. Yeah exhort different show. Runner comes on and sorta curbs the show in a different direction as well like i know walking dead gone through three or four. Different show winners. Yeah one of my favorite shows of all time. Though is that seventies show. And i knew that as soon as season eight susan. It was his final season as soon as the two main actors. Like who played. Eric in also left the show that that show basically didn't have any more lakes to stand on mike. Basically bring it to a close like they couldn't beat that that dead horse anymore. So i was happy that they ended it bef- liked and didn't try to renew it for another two seasons based on the cast that at around erica. A great show that. It's legal sitcom that i love with tickets I want to say tim allen of my has name wrong. Bumpers amount Last man standing and two of his daughters went through cash changes so out of his three daughters. Two of them are completely different from when you first started to show and if you go through the entire show you're kinda like what the fuck is. They have like five daughters. All the sudden like what's gone on like it was kind of weird. Took away from it but the kind of been continuing on long enough to where you've accepted them but if you're watching like reruns reruns shit so little weary like who again. That's why a lot of the time it's better if you're going to be changing some like the actor that's gonna be playing a character and you know this show is going to run for a couple years. It's almost better to just change it right at the start like i think i think family guides that as well does the actress who who played meg griffin was wasn't the original actress from the pilot series. So that original actress was there for the whole first season. And then season two onward. It's been Kunst she's been voicing that character ever since and meal kunis phenomenal job to where you almost couldn't tell i mean you could tell because they're pretty quantity like upgraded over time and you could definitely tell there is a big difference in in the voice in town and all but i think overall the good really good job keep keep it fairly a- moderate.
"five daughters" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"So he still tends not changing, either. So I mean, that was actually to have them both on the happy It would be very interesting. What can we have the conversation? Listen in on that one E guess it goes into the bigger sphere of why is it That if you're on the left, and Caskey clearly is, and you believe this cancel culture, you think being negative, profane and somehow getting people to applaud you on Twitter is life. It's not. It's not real life. I'm a real dude. I'm a father of five daughters. I've got Children about his age. I want school safety like everybody does. It's almost like the whole capital riot thing, right? Nobody but noted you. Have you ever talk to somebody who said Carrie? I'm so glad they did that? No, I've never heard him. I said that. Has anybody ever come up to us again? I'm so glad they shut up that school. No. So they're trying to pick sides and pretend that this side is for school shootings, and this side is against them. This side is for riding at the Capitol or Minneapolis or Portland. This side is against it. No, no. Nobody wants writing. Nobody wants. People killed. Nobody wants the capital to be breached. Nobody wants a bad guy to show open should have a school. So how do we stop the capital for being breached again? Let's let's put that in place. How do we stop schools from being places of violence and where your kids might be shot? All right, let's put those provisions in place. How do we make that happen? Knowing that both sides want the same end? Let's find out what Caskey wants. Let's find out what Nugent wants. And let's put those Those actions into place and let's see what works. Then we could both of the end of the day. So you know I disagree with you on abortion, But I'm glad that the kids are safe in school today. You know, I disagree with you on taxation, but I'm glad the kids are safe in school today. Why is it hard to have that conversation? Why I excluded from that conversation? Because you think that I don't agree with you? I think there's they've got these blinders on. You are the enemy. That's all they're thinking. You are the big, mean, right wing conservative talk show host and he hates everything that you stand for, And he's never gonna agree with you. Um, just because that's that's what he's chosen to stand on. You're right. But didn't I expose that? That group think yesterday when the guy called in, said he was from Canada. He said that Trump is a fascist and I said, All right, let's do this Got you on the line because most people who disagree if we are afraid to call the militants attacked me on Twitter or Facebook. But let's all right. Give me one thing He's done that was fascist. Remembers. His answer was It's too complicated. We'll have time to get into it now. I'm not going to know I'm giving you the time. It is expensive to buy your time on my show very expensive. Asked my sponsors. They step up every time and they're amazing. But it is not cheap. I give this guy all the free air time You wanted yesterday, and he just couldn't give you one instance. But for some reason, his life is better Cascades. Life is better. You know those on the left. Chris Cuomo's life is better by saying they're wrong. Cast them out of society. I don't have to tell you why. I think they're wrong, isn't it? It's not just weird. It is. It's really dumb and stupid and scary, and I don't think it's gonna get worse before it gets any better, though. Because we as a collective society, we are allowing that to happen. Yeah, I agree. I'm with you. Let's take calls in that same off the top here. We'll get into what was happening at the Capitol today. That diamond and silk on this program today love those ladies. They're amazing, But let's have the discussion. And I especially wanna hear from you If you think that you generally speaking disagree with me. I want to know why. And let's break that down. Because if you and I talk and you and I disagree, we're gonna find some common ground And maybe we solve the problem. School shootings. Maybe we solve the problem of breaching the capital. Maybe we solve the problem of burning down Minneapolis after you know, a guy dies in police custody. Let's let's have that conversation. Can we have that conversation? And now I'm going to really confuse you. So I'm trying to figure out what the best social media site is now, right? I posted, you know to a lot of places Go follow me on Gabitza, Joe PAGs J J o e p A g s gap dot com slash joe Paige just v dot com slash joe PAGs and posted it on Facebook. So you got my Facebook page Facebook now warned you That gap is an all right site that blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I mean, it's so weird Facebook and Twitter and Instagram don't want people like me on there. Then they warned people not Go follow people like me when? When we try to leave there. It is such a conundrum. And then I get this curveball. Well, you really gotta join clubhouse. No. Oh, my goodness, Terry. I kid you not now opposed to join clubhouse. Are you going to? I think I do You have any answer to that? I think you are. I mean, it was speaking of Yeah. Okay. Twitter and cancel culture You know, they canceled are suspended The account of Ah. Project Veritas. They did. And you know why? I don't know why. I just know they got rid of them. They can't want going. They approached the vice president or some big bigwig over Facebook, and we're asking him questions on video. Twitter alleges that James James up people we've had on this program and project Veritas violated the privacy. Of that guy by going to his house. That's why they were suspended, Although people are docks all the time. On social media sites where they live with their name is it becomes involved in a shooting that has been investigated yet here is his name. Here's what he lives here with his wife works all that's okay. But James O'Keefe they were looking carry. They're looking for a reason. They also suspended the account of Devin Nunes. Did you see that? Oh, I didn't know that. They said hope. Sorry. That was a mistake. Sorry. It was an accident. Like they didn't know they were. They were one of the highest profile guys in Congress. They didn't realize that they were making the accident of suspending his account. It's now back up, but they did that. That's how crazy this is. So, yeah, clubhouse. I'm not even Joe PAGs reserves for me, but I haven't done anything on again. And you know what it is yet, But let me say this high level technical digital people that I trust say you might want to check that one out. Okay. And how you want to speak. Okay. All right. I know. Hold on. E can't last 7th 17, But so what? So way diversify. All right, 88941 Paige's 889417247 Joe PAGs calm. Stay right here. This'd is the show Paige show from the W Away I traffic center Good afternoon, starting off near the midtown area We had across blocking two lanes on the upper level of I 10 eastbound at CU labor with heavy slowdowns back to Fredericksburg Road doesn't have a crash supported affecting the exit ramp from 35 north bound onto the Northeast 16 04 traveling into New Braunfels from the San Marcos area construction, causing delays on the South bound side of 35 between Posey Road in what It's in lane, Shannon Samson NewsRadio 1200 Wook I. This report is sponsored by Merrill. With Meryl Guided investing, You have the option to work with an advisor revel low cost a minimum.
"five daughters" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Mean, just whatever whatever they want us to believe. That's what it is. So bizarro world continues. You have to believe that people who are living their lives as the opposite sex that they are biologically. You have to believe that they are. In fact, the new gender they've chosen or else you're somehow a train's a faux bar or a homophobe or ah, people for over something. You have to believe that But as I always say, and I've said this very often if you listen to the program The left always oversteps. The left always gets that line, then jumps over it. You jump over the line when you're trying to make me believe that you believe in feminism or women's rights At the same time, you believe anybody who's a bottle of biological man can compete against women if he says he's a woman. That's where you jumped the line. And I love Marcellus Wiley is in trouble for what he said. But I like what he said. And I'm glad he said it now. Here. Here's the problem. Kerry, can you call him a name? Because Marcellus Wiley happens to be a black guy. Is he in trouble? I don't know. Maybe because he's talking about trans and he was the right kind of black guy before. This is the wrong kind of black. I knew. I don't know. I don't know. Phil. Listen, if you don't mind from the blaze of former NFL player Marcellus Wiley Proposition the idea of a separate category for transgender athletes in response to President Joe Biden's executive order, forcing women to compete and sports against biological males. The retired defensive end of played 10 years. The NFL for four teams called for the change in athletics with a tweet as a father of three daughters and the husband to a former collegiate athlete. This hits home in a special way while they wrote on Twitter as time to create a separate transgender category in competition. Also think it's time for me to start a podcast because some things that need to be discussed in detail. At the Tweet includes a screenshot of made 2019 article from World magazine, titled Built in Advantage in C W Hurdler shows how the Equality Act would determine the very thing it claims to champion at the article chronicles transgender collegiate athletes athletes CC Telfer, who was ranked 203 190th in 2016 in 2017, respectively, among division to men's college athletics before transitioning And then becoming a national champion when competing against women, according Proctor, also a former NFL player, waited on the debate. No extra category men and women wildly. Who's also a sports television comment, commentator responded. I'm hearing that push back. But is that respecting all that's what I want to dive into his first day as president by inside the executive order on preventing and combating discrimination on the basis of gender, identity or sexual orientation, that executive order declared any school that receives federal funding must allow biological males who identify US females to compete and girls sports teams. Schools that don't abide could face administrative action from the Department of Education, which could include the loss of federal funding. You imagine? If your school decides that the biological males cannot compete against the biological females, you could lose federal funding. Let's think about it. What is that? Federal funding come from the taxpayers. The taxpayers now will be funding allowing boys that compete with girls. I'm a father of five daughters. I've got a wife. I've got a mother of the three sisters. And I think the world of Carrie I don't think that they should be. Scene is non gender. I don't think they should be seen as well. You're no more a woman or no more girl or no more female than this guy is You know, Carrie? What? I've never been on the come to terms with And I really mean it. I mean funny is why do they need us to accept people who are confused about their sex? Their biological sex? Why do they need us to just accept it? I don't know. I don't have the answer to that one. Can't figure it out. Other than maybe the breakdown of the traditional family where you got a mother, father and kids is this more attack on the Western nuclear family? It could be, But aren't we all supposed to be about empowering women and lifting women up? And how is this doing that? Well, they're alleging that the man who is now living as a woman is also a woman. So you need to empower him or her as well. Yes, but how fair is that when that athlete was range with 390th, and now you want a national championship because he identifies is a woman now. Right? No, it's not fair. It's not No, it's not fair at all and again. I understand there are people who are confused. And I feel for them. I pray for them. I want them to have a realization that the science is the science. Biology is the biology. God doesn't make mistakes. You are what you are. Now, if you're having a problem dealing with that, Let's get you some help. Let's get you some help. But again if you want to dress as a woman, as you're an adult of your rate you don't care, but the idea that we should ignore the biology of it. Just allow them to compete against anybody they want. It doesn't make sense. I've said this a million times. Say it again. I'm 612 40. I've got thick muscle bellies been working out for 20 plus years of my life. There is no woman my age who weighs the same as I do Who could ever compete with me period? You're not somebody who's not enhanced somehow, not somebody who hasn't looked there my TV odd woman here and there who's 612 40 that could compete. But generally speaking, it wouldn't even be close. It would be ridiculous to even try. But I'm now being told that all I have to do is say I'm a woman and I can go and compete in any sport I want if I go and competed in, like 50, plus weightlifting competitions. Against the women. Harry what I win. I think so. Yeah. You would. Would that be fair? No, because I might be 1000 place in the men. The women very easy for May. So it's all very confusing. But this is not just something coming out of Marcellus Wiley, who I think makes a good point. I mean, I don't disagree with him make a train's category and then you can compete on a level playing field. Leave the women alone. Leave the Met alone. That makes sense to me. But legitimately His in his heyday. I'm to believe that if Tiger Woods wanted to say he was a woman back in the day He could've competed on the LPGA really? That would have been fair..
"five daughters" Discussed on KOMO
"And we have starting Monday, Puget Sound Region and West Region move forward to face two others remain in phase one that includes Island County. Your Ian's had to temporarily close her French bistro there and she only counts on take out an outdoor dining for her seafood restaurant. It makes very little sense to me how we're clump of Welcome County and Skagit County. How is I like you? I'm not moving forward. Well, King County is it fills arbitrary. It's it's frustrating. So many people's livelihood is at stake here. Let's go. Most. Suzanne phone reporting as the Corona virus pandemic takes a mental toll on young people. More states are considering expanding opportunities for students to take mental health days to try to lessen the stigma and reduce youth suicide. Lawmakers in Utah and Arizona have proposed bills that would add mental or behavioral health to the list of reasons students can be absent from class. Similar laws have passed in Oregon, Maine, Colorado and Virginia in the past two years. The pandemic has increased pressure on kids who have been isolated from their friends and classmates for almost a year during remote learning the portion of Children's emergency room visits related to mental health ballooned in 2021. Standoff with police in Tacoma Saturday, and a person is now in the Pierce County jail. As a result, we just learned that person had a felony warrant out for his arrest. Officers say They were called out to a home when a person said the roommate was threatening to kill them with a knife. At least as well as the negotiation team showed up to try and talk to the person with that knife, But that person did not cooperate. A SWAT team responded, took that person into custody. That person has now been booked into jail for investigation of domestic violence, assault. That's Cuomo's Steve McCarron reporting Ah woman who has dubbed a miracle mom after giving birth to twins, well in a coma, then waking up from that coma, has died after a battle with covert 19. Somebody remember the story of her daughter's birth, which made headlines more than 20 years ago, Maria Hernandez Lopez celebrated her 47th birthday in November 2 months later, just after ringing in the new year, she was diagnosed with covert 19, her family says, or health decline quickly. Her absence is definitely being built. So I have my moments, but I know she's in a better place. And I know we'll see her again. Speaking is Maria's sister, Sylvia Maria leaves behind five daughters, four grandsons as well. A siblings and friends, her family's message, protect yourself and others and don't underestimate the virus. If you use social media.
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"No idea it is. It's the Joe Pack. So glad to have you here. Yes, that is, Carrie. That is Polo. That is Sam getting it done, and we appreciate them being here. Every single day. Also appreciate you guys listening every day. Carrie, I got I got an email. From from Keith Kennedy the other day, and he said that he got some some ratings in Youngstown, Ohio. We're like number one in everything in Youngstown, Ohio Valley. That's a freaking love the job, Paige show. I can't even think you know, Youngstown enough. Thank you, Ohio. I appreciate you guys so much. I think I think we're on the 10. O'clock at night. There tend to tend to one I think, but we're like dominating. That's almost like Yeah, because just when I think that, you know, maybe too many parodies maybe 20 fart stories. Yeah, just when you think that you get numbers like this, and by the way, John Matthews out in Hawaii. Just kill it in a white, A very liberal place we've got in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. I'm going. I'm going. No, I said we all have to go. You broke up a little bit. I should go. No, we We all of us. You're saying I should go? So listen, I'm gonna take your advice for once in eight years and I'm going to go and then I'm gonna let you go like, you know, s so so just to support me. This person who's got a fake name on my chat channel said it's cold in Ohio. Nothing else to do. Sure face. I'm your choice of rude. Wow, Rude. It's terrible, You know, I mean, kind of funny, but okay, Yeah, We rock, Youngstown, Ohio ended 8941. Paige's joe PAGs dot com. Pre. She you stopping by, But there's another story that I believe you sent me about a professor. Who believes that Heterosexuality is the problem. Internation? Hmm. Guess where We had somebody who said white supremacy is the problem. And then the patriarchy is the problem. White privilege is the problem. It turns out, that's not enough. You're a straight white man. J r the problem. You do realize that women you are the branches I am. I just I'm running the country. OK, I guess I'm saying yes. Carrie. If you don't mind, please give us that's okay from the blaze. A professor at the University of California Riverside says heterosexuality is a tragic concept that perpetuates misogyny, funnels men into supporting toxic masculinity and breaks up relationships as highlighted by campus reform. Jane War. The professor of gender and sexuality, studies and self described lesbian says that heterosexual relationships are inherently bad for people and their interpersonal relationship. Can't and given read that and their interpersonal relationships because they highlight and equality and and December article for insider word argued that by all appearances, men and women don't actually like one another. Insiders, Gioia and that full of reports she feel sorry for straight people, especially straight women who typically report some of the lowest sexual satisfaction in society were told insider and that she also feel sorry for straight men who are pigeonholed into toxic, masculine culture that teaches them they both need and yet should also demean women. It really looks like straight men and women don't like each other very much that women spend so much time complaining about men, and we still have so much evidence of misogyny, Ward told the outlet from LGBT perspective, heterosexuality looks actually very tragic. Elsewhere. In her discussion, Ward said the cove in 19 pandemics, also revealing the tragedy of heterosexuality to people who might not have otherwise paid attention to it. Ward is also the author of a book titled The Tragedy of Heterosexuality. In a statement. Ward told campus reforms throughout the book because she loves straight couples and hopes to better educate them. I wrote this book because I love straight people. And because the research on heterosexual marital satisfaction over the life course shows that straight couples are struggling to balance work and family obligations, and this leads to frustration and resentment for many straight women in particular, we're told the outlets Mm hmm. Men and women straight men and women don't like each other very much. Heterosexual relationships or toxic their tragic, tragic Huh? They're bad. Now let me just which this person's name. This is Jane Award, a professor of gender and sexuality studies and a lesbian. Because it's important to know she's a lesbian to take her seriously. What you talked about the article or not, lesbian heterosexual cannot be a lesbian, All right. Break this down. Do you think Jane? Carrie. I'm asking for an educated opinion here. Even chain knows Had it not been for a couple of people. You don't mean having relations? I hmm. She would not be around the right stupid books. Hmm. Asking for a friend. Do you think she knows that she is the product of she may not believe satisfactory hated each other. That's how it started. Oh, hey, let's make Jane what a horrible upbringing. This person that, you know. I mean, I hate you so much. Let's make a baby and she felt sorry for us, too, especially straight women. Those three women just are not going. Take care of You know why toxic masculinity? Let's let's break it in. Let's break down the issues I have in 2021 world. I'm a man One strike. Have muscles. Another strike. The voice done toxic, colder than average, and that's a problem. Got a hairy back like a gorilla. Hmm. I'm Christian. I'm straight. I married Strike strike. Father of five daughters. They must will line me up against the wall. Have broken every taboo. In the work world. What did they would Lewis? Get it? Hey, you That hate they hate you. A deep seeded white hate hot white hate. Yuan mosque as a lot of money. Jeff Bezos has a lot of money. Or several other people out there got a lot of money. Why don't they go and colonize Mars and send these idiots there? Mm. She could have. She could be the mayor of Lesbian Ville. Lesbian town Yusa Jane Moore, who's fully satisfied by the way. Yes, nonstop satisfaction for Jane because she's a lesbian. I mean, in toxic Can somebody please Fill me in on toxic masculinity. You know it's bad. It's bad Masculinity is the act of being masculine, or it's like not in the act. It's the noun that says this is what men have. You have masculinity because your barrel and you.
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"Well, what are the many benefits of being the father of five? Wonderful Beautiful Smart. Daughters yes. I. Have Five daughters is that they are very savvy when it comes to what's going on the Internet. And they tell me Oh dad you gotTA. Do this dad you've got gotta do that try this try that. And I'm thinking okay, enough's enough. You guys know everything. I. Don't know anything. But it's come to the point where. They were right in some cases. Of course, I don't tell them that hope that I listen to this podcast. But they turned me onto a couple of things that have really been a lifesaver for me and my wife. When it comes to running all over. Town trying to get this and trying to get that. And also I also assume that everybody knows about this stuff but me because I don't. I just don't read the Internet like the young people do. So they turn out to a few things. And don't worry I'm GonNa have this in the show notes down below. So you don't have to worry about that. I'll have links to these sites so that it's easy for you to just go on there and find out for yourself. But I can tell you it made my life so much more enjoyable. stress-free. Don't have to leave the house to go get different things. And saved a ton of money. So not endorsed by the way, I am not endorsing any of these services but I can tell you that I use them. So if you can try it out and see if it works for you. Let's start with the first one. If you've not heard that you can get your deliver your groceries delivered for free. Now a lot of the grocery stores will now deliver your groceries not only will they deliver them? They'll shop for them you go online. You tell them what you want I want nine bananas, three heads of Broccoli and five. Granny Smith apples in two gallons of milk. And they will have a shopper in the store. That will go get that, and in some cases, you can either pick it up. which I don't do or they delivered. And there are delivery services that do that for you. There's probably a dozen or so. Probably one of the biggest ones this. Again I didn't believe that this would work I didn't like the idea of this whole thing. People buy my groceries picking out my bananas or whatever may be but I was amazed when I tried it there's a fee for it I. think it's nine dollars and ninety nine cents a month or a hundred dollars for the whole year whatever. But you know how we go to the grocery store, the pharmacy or Costco or SAM's Club wherever. We go in there for four things we come out with forty, right Happens to me every time. So. Yes. I do pay ten dollars a month whatever it is for unlimited number of deliveries to my home. It's well worth it. It's saved me more than ten dollars a month. So instant card is one of the more popular ones I know there are some regional ones. There are some local ones I encourage you to use local if you can. It's always good to help out our local businesses. regional businesses but I'll put a link down below to the INSTA- cart. Website and you can check it out for yourself and see if it works for you. Now the other area that I want to help you save some money on is in pharmaceuticals or prescription drugs. It can I assume everybody knows this if I know what I assume everybody else does but He was talking to a client yesterday. These people are extremely wealthy. And I thought they knew about this stuff they didn't know about INSTA- car first of all the lady was absolutely amazed about heart. She said, really, how can I sign up I center link instantly she signed up instantly and I think today she's already got a delivery come to her house This is very important because this woman. She's sixty six years old. She's extremely mobile capable. Every sharp lady however, her husband has a very serious the. Diagnosis ends in a wheelchair. So you know for her to go to the grocery store by herself. Leave him alone is a problem obviously for her to bring her husband is also a problem whether he just sits in the car or not. Can you imagine what she has to go through every time if she needs a gallon milk or runs out of paper towels? To nightmare, she was amazed about what instagram would do. But she also didn't know. About some of the pharmaceutical savings that I showed her. Now her husband again, I'll use him in particular. He takes medication that seventeen hundred and twenty two dollars a month. With insurance. Data very rare drug. Mentioned he's got a very serious condition. Chronic. Of course, there's no generic substitution for it at Seventeen, hundred, twenty, two dollars a month. And they have Medicare and again, these people are extremely wealthy. Seventeen hundred dollars isn't a big deal for them. However, everybody wants to save some money. So. What I said to her was. Let me do some research for you. Let me find out who makes that drug. Thought out who makes the drug shirt off to that drug manufacturers website and as a coupon. For the next ninety days, he could get a ninety day supply of medication for thirty dollars. Ninety days for thirty dollars. Had I not done that she would have gone to the pharmacy and paid seventeen hundred and twenty two dollars and forty three cents. Amazing she was absolutely stunned now this manufacturer's website by the way. Some of them are income based. In some cases if your income is low enough, you just tell them your income is whatever it may. You may qualify to get the medication for free. But in this case, it didn't ask for any income questions and again, these people are very wealthy. And she was just amazed. Ninety Day supply for thirty dollars. She was very, very happy.
MGM Sets ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ Movie with ‘Hamilton’ Director Thomas Kail
"Of fiddler on the roof remake is coming the director of Hamilton Tommy kail is on board a fiddler on the roof movie before we reach the original musical opened on Broadway in nineteen sixty four eight one eight nine Tony awards it was turned into a movie in nineteen seventy one directed by Norman Jewison it won three Oscars it centers on Tevye who has five daughters and tries to maintain his Jewish traditions and culture I made in nineteen oh six either from the Zara victim Jews from a small Russian village the plane film left in its wake several memorable song is also sunrise sunset and
Take a flying bite on a rolling doughnut
"Your way to it as you. Listen to this podcast. There are few things is delicious. Is Fried Dough. Archaeologists believe they found fossilized remnants of. I'm in native American settlements but since the fresh ones are so tasty who will move on to win they appeared in Manhattan or as it was known at the time do Amsterdam at that point. It was marketed by Dutch bakers under a name. I can't pronounce. But which means Oily Kate. We're now going to the mid nineteen hundreds when a baker are put nuts like almonds in the center of the pastry in areas where it might not fully baked from this. The name don't was born at the time. It was spelled spelled D. O. U. G. H.. But Americans have shortened it to do in ut both are accepted but now you know how to quiet your snooty neighbor if they wanNA to make an issue of it as for how the hole in the center of the doughnut. There's several theories including one about ships captain who impaled one on the wheel but there's no oh definite answer so I'll just leave it there in one thousand nine hundred twenty in New York. A Russian emigrant built a machine that could make donuts automatically while he probably we didn't have a sign in the window proclaiming. That hot doughnuts are available. The public quickly found out about them and his business was a huge success. Eventually grossing twenty five million dollars a year. That's about three hundred ninety million in today's dollars. In addition to tasty doughnuts customers could also watch the doughnuts being made made as the Dow dropped into the oil and move down the line cooking as they went along through movies us stories and a world's fair everyone learned about doughnuts. Oh Nuts Joe. Lebow however learned about failure. He had made his way from New Orleans to Paducah Kentucky where he sold a secret recipe the Ishmail L. Armstrong a one with the name crispy cream. Tell me you see that coming. Armstrong headed to Winston Salem North Carolina where he began selling selling crispy cream donuts on July thirteenth. Nineteen thirty seven to local grocery stores. He then built the business into a small chain and put engineers to work developing a more efficient production line. The stores were mostly in the southeast. But in one thousand nine hundred ninety six a store opened in where else. Manhattan in two thousand crispy. Cream began offering stock to raise money for even more growth. Then there's this other little company called Dunkin donuts or as it calls itself today Dunkin Fun fact in southeast Missouri. There's a bakery called Dunkin donuts named after the county where it's located another store during that same name is in Pennsylvania Dunkin began in nineteen fifty and like crispy it grew into an international operation. Dunkin hopes to have fifteen thousand stores by next year. Crispy has about a thousand stores earlier. This year food network set out to pick the best doughnut any state eight in Tennessee. That prize went to the King Kong at five daughters bakery and frankly the product takes three days to make assuming you're now on your way to a bakery bakery. I'll give you one more chance to reconsider some donuts. have up to seven hundred calories crispy creams double dark chocolate. Donut comes comes packed. With three hundred and seventy calories and twenty six grams of sugar. I could tell you more about the health benefits doughnuts but do any of us really want to know I thought so. And finally it's
Kanye West tones down Trump praise after Kim Kardashian calls
"The sunken place when he's being himself which is very expressive dad that's too much liner now here's another one from kim kardashian west she's i guess she's having to conversation yeah i was just gonna say a couple of threads going on here and it's hard to keep them all sorted out it is it's very difficult i'm trying to do this for everybody here another one from kim kardashian west now when he spoke now when he spoke out about trump most people including myself have very different feelings and opinions about this but this is his opinion h i s all caps his but this is opinion now he's supposed to do this okay yes yes yellow this is yelling so anyway they have very different feelings opinions about this but this is opinion i believe in people being able to have their own opinions even if they differ from mine he never said he agrees with his politics another one wow kim kardashian again will never run in the race of popular opinion and we know that and that's why we love him and respect him and in a few years when someone else says the exact same thing they aren't labeled this way and you will praise them konya in years years ahead of his time and then one more mental health is no joke and the meeting needs to stop spitting out so casually bottom line you kanye west and kim kardashian wow just you're you're done with that aren't there goes the tweets all relied on kfi ben what's up comedian patton oswald is praising his late wife for her work in pursuit of the golden state killer michelle mcnamara had made it her mission to find the man responsible for at least twelve murders and fifty rapes throughout california in the seventies and eighties she died last year tops today's the edina match led them to arrest seventy two year old former cop joseph de ngelo a relative of an elderly mother and daughter found dead in their home in whittier says the women may have been killed by eating toxic vegetable they grew in their garden the relative says the woman cooked a stew with what they thought was spinach but it may have been tree tobacco which can be fatal if eaten mama's ninety five daughter seventysix the bodies were found monday night weather in a.