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Manage Anxiety Attacks
"So in today's episode you're going to be guided as you layer together techniques so begin to settle yourself down and get ready to meditate. I'd like to introduce you to a fellow meditators. Who is listening to the meditations right along with you. And this is from christy. Who reaches out to say that. She is currently at work at her desk crying as she fights a panic attack that she experiences almost daily. She writes who listening to your podcasts. Right now because your voice is call me. And i'm trying to calm myself down. I'm a forty five year old woman. Who has suffered with anxiety and panic disorder for twenty years. Thank you one of the ways. Meditation can benefit you so much with anxiety in particular is because when you're feeling stressed and anxious the thoughts and feelings are focused on. What's going on out there around you out in the world and we can always control that especially these days so when you begin to interior is directing your focus more inward on your breath on where you are at this moment on noticing how you feel in your body and the emotions. You're feeling then you begin this process of coming back to yourself. Your true potential as you said with your eyes closed end gently uplifted with your spine. Straight and noticing where you're holding tension in your body identifying emotions that may be associated with that tension or tightness beginning to unravel and recognize where this tension tightness is coming from. This is the process where you begin to realize you have power and you have control. You can calm your mind and body with your. Perhaps as you inhale through your nose. Feeling your optimum gently rise upward as you exhale and feel it sink back downward your emotions follow their rhythm and flow. If your breath calming year breath allows you to calm those anxious thoughts that pull you out into the world. Your breath brings you back to yourself as you inhale and exa through year knows. I want to share with you. The words from palm hansa to allow you to bring yourself into this moment. The minutes are more important than the years. Never think of tomorrow take care of today and all the tomorrows will be taken care of. Do not wait until tomorrow to meditate. Do not wait until tomorrow to be good. Be good now
Jake Wood of Team Rubicon Talks About His Latest Book "Once a Warrior"
"Would team rubicon. Welcome a dose of leadership my friend. Yeah thank you for having me on. Obviously i love having primaries here. Mix conversation really easy. I know this is going to be a good one. But man So i followed you ever since team. Rubicon kindergarten Our mutual friend pot. And you know he was involved with guys and he told me all about you. And i've been meaning to have on you for for years and i got sidetracked and you get new book. Said gosh dang. I gotta get you out here so get while i'm excited to join it's It seems like a great time to beyond the shadows of veterans day and the book coming out this week. it's no time like the present absolutely and Happy belated marine corps. Birthday by the way. Thank you two hundred forty five years young man. Oh kin well the the new book coming out once a warrior is out and highlight your story of going to iraq and then coming back and team rubicon reason why i love this book so much i love what you do is one thing i talk about on the show lot is and i think our our main obligation the only obligation where we're here is to make the place better than we found it in that seems to be something you've dove into. You came back from iraq and trying to figure out what your purpose was right in and it's like embrace this mission of trying to make the place better than you found it. How does that resonate when you hear me say that. Yeah i mean. I think there's an element of truth to that. I think there have been a couple of points in my life where you know. I thought i was at this decision. Point where i was either to pursue a life of service. Or i was going to go to do something like on wall street. You know and the first time that i hit that juncture was when i was graduating college in ultimately i decided to go join. The marine corps. Wasn't ready to go. Where a suit. And the second time was when i got out of the marine corps. I thought okay. Well you served a lot. I just got back from iraq afghanistan. i feel like. I've done my part time to go. You'll make some money. Or you know where suit and in then i kind of stumbled into team rubicon and in clearly over the last decade having been one to wear too many suits one thing. I'm curious when you were playing football. Wisconsin Right was it. Wisconsin did get that right. Yeah yeah and obviously the ward kicked off eleven had happened. You decided to go and list which. I highly commendable. But why didn't you consider becoming an officer just out of curiosity. You know there were there. Were a couple of things that lead into that I was the practical. So i i did start speaking this officer selection officers about perhaps going in as an officer and you know bear in mind like you said i played football right so i i. I started exploring this right after my final game which was on january. First two thousand five and i was an offensive tackle for wisconsin. So you can imagine. I'm six foot six two hundred ninety pounds and So i meet this captain marine captain and i tell him think i wanna be an option. He looks me up and down. I don't fit the bill or hate him. Officers are trimmed trim guys and gals right and he asked me goes you know. How fast can you run three miles. And i kind of shorted got pretty mean you know. I haven't run three miles in five years But i can tell you what my forty are dash. Time is any said what you've got to be able to run in eighteen minutes. If you want to be an officer. I said okay. Well that's that's pretty aggressive but there. If he told me i needed to do when he was. You've got to be able to do twenty pull ups to. That's that's not a problem. And then he asked me the the real question he goes. You know you play football. You have any injuries you having surgeries as well. Yeah i mean. I had my shoulder. Reconstructed is my foot reconstructed. I dislocated my other shoulder. And he just shook his head and he said you know what. You're a lot of paperwork kid. I got people lined up outside my door. Join you know to go see us right now and he never called me back. Wow a yeah. But then that was coupled with us some conversations. I was happened with with some veterans. That i knew who are coming back from iraq and afghanistan and they said you know jake if you really are looking to get into the fight in. You're looking to lead people. Their perspective was that this was a squad. War know that the company and platoon maneuver warfare was over and that this was really a squad based warrants. They said you go. Be a non commissioned officer. Be corporal or sergeant in. You'll get all the leadership that you want in. So i took that advice to heart. I i stopped trying to get that guy to call me back in. I got what i wished for. I came an nco. And i led marines and combat.
Beware of High Rooted Trees
"I know one of the main questions that you get Anytime someone's going to plant a tree is so they ask you about the roots. And am i going to have problems with the route. So what about the gingko the gingko not so much so mark and i it's a generalization. That is risky. But trees roots can grow only where they can get sufficient air or oxygen now Many trees don't usually have high routes and give long of trouble if it's a real nasty clay soil that doesn't allow for much aeration down below those roots can be relatively shallow and caused the more to bump and so on the the other thing then in terms of routes is I like to think. In terms of routes that will normally grow deep enough to keep the tree up especially since reaching out over my house and therefore when when we're thinking trees i like to think pretty well decent soil but that's not always available and then plants that will be durable such as the gingko Then even though high rooted silver maple some of the red maples and so on Can grow in shallow soil the oaks however and and to a certain extent. Kinko's the routes apparently are not apparently but are more able to get air a little deeper in the ground and they will usually come down flare out that trump will come down pretty much straight and then the roots flare out into the lawn. And right now i have a forty five year old. Probably a fifty five year old tree in my front yard. That is open that is It has a mulch around but there are no roots. Giving me any trouble in this length of time beyond about three feet out from the trunk so All kinds of possibilities. Honey locust is another one. I have soiled. That is decent. Enough roots can be deep. I've heard other people complain significantly about honey. Locust routes being hi. It's all a matter of the tree per se but then also the circumstances on whether they can read or not and that if i may takes me over to some of the tallest biggest most memories you've ever seen routes aren't more than about three feet even ground they they There are some that are definitely deeper than that. But by and large at surface not so much rooting right as a young tree then at about six inches down roots start to develop quite quite happily and then some can go on down to three feet. I'm stop it's six inches. I've seen trees blow over the big trees that have no route beyond six or eight inches deep in the ground because of wet soil or just simply can't breathe so all those things fit into the fact that there's no one thing about any of them.
Why Do We Do Good and What is the Role of the Holy Spirit?
"An argument has developed over I. Think we. and. You can't be good on the low and you can't be good. Jesus. Either you're saying this both ways can't be exactly Jesus didn't have any effect like, Hey, you character agree one hundred percent wrong. Here. I'll give you four words just for the audience. And this this to me is how you learn. Because we both agree that Jesus. is where salvation occurs right? That's correct. So we're good and we love each other. So everybody were all family. We're all touchy feely today. However. The wording. Is We Zach Anna are on one side and you're on the other I have four words. Four words. To. As. The foundation of my argument and it comes from a letter written to the glacier and who thought. In Synopsis Form here. How will I say this who thought that? They needed salvation in Jesus plus. something. that. They could do. Now, in this case, it was circumcision, but to me, it can be anything. And that was a statement made and I'm getting to the forward. In Gullit relations to twenty. Paul said. I have been. Crucified. With Christ. And here are the forward right after an and. I. No longer. Live. So my point is. You can't do good. If you no longer live. How can that be? Because the next phrase. But Christ lives in me. So that's my whole point. You can't say you so well, how come in I John? On those who do good. Well I'm not sure it is but I'm saying. How can you do good if you no longer live. I John says there's two kinds of people those who do good and those do evil will do good. Why can't do it? So, I Realized that it's no longer I who do it? Where's that verse at? Christ lives in me. The Life I. Live in the body I live by faith and son of God. Who loved me where's that verse that says that it's it's I who no longer had the crucified Christ. Increased by I no longer live. That's a different verse. Maybe Colossians three. Let me say. Maybe. It's Romans. Romans. Romans seven says eighteen to. Yeah. This is this is another one. No seventeen seven seventeen as it is it is no longer on myself who do it, but it has since living I know that nothing good lives in me this Paul with Jesus. Yeah. Right, that is immoral sinful nature for I have the desire. To do what is good, but I cannot carry it out. For what I do is not the good I want to do but the evil I do. I do not want to do this I keep on doing. Well, this is this is post. Jesus. So, why why is he wrassling sale? He's going to ask you a question who's going to deliver me from this body of death because he just trying to you once Jesus comes in you say, can you start doing good then sure. But he had but he's in, he's in Jesus I I think that what? He's actually getting semantics well off because he's moving into Romans eight Romans eight is live by the spirit, which is where we get into this conversation last time on. John Fifteen and I think there is a this is a I had a hard time with this up until about twelve years ago because what I kept hearing was do better and be better. At tried it and I tried it and I tried to be yet I thought like Paul that fills here. I felt what a wretched. Man. Am I and every time I tried to do good evil was right there and it's Just I. Felt It. I felt like I couldn't bootstrap myself up and I and I. It's because we grew up in a faith tradition that really didn't have a good doctrine of the Holy Spirit. We didn't talk about the Holy Spirit Yeah. We really if we did it was what will retold he speaks through the written word only what about the inner conviction in my heart that the spirit is my counselor, my helper who's guiding me into all truth. So going back to the do good. I I. Think the Scripture tells us to do our behavior matters but the only way it's less about behavior it's less about works and it's more about what are you desire? What are you want? because. You're going to do what you want most and I think what the spirit is giving us those who submit to the spirit, the spirit as giving us a revelation of the beauty and the wonder of God so that over time my desires can be transformed. You talked about Phil when you are. You back in your sex drugs and rock and roll days like there was a time period. You know 'cause I interviewed you for project work on and when I heard some of the things you're into us man, there was a time period if I came up to you with a with a big fat joint or a scantily clad woman or a bottle. Of Whisky, you would have been tempted to partake in that but if I came to you now that's my point. But now you would not be tempted because the desires of your heart have been transformed over the last forty five years by the spirit because he's revealing to us reality and what it is not right and wrong it's not despair it's not saying. Your neighbors you do An elder must love good. he's got a desire to the older women to teach what is good get the young man set them an example by doing what is good but who is a? Saving you. It's not the already say you're not earning it. It's a free gift. So how do you operate? Well he purified him speak for himself a people who are he's very own and you know what they're eager to do. He. People what is his own and guess what they're eager to do on the PA do good.
Senate clears key hurdle to Barrett's Supreme Court nomination
"Fire Tomorrow Night Judge Amy Coney Barrett could be an associate justice on the US Supreme Court. Her nomination needs to get over a procedural hurdle today then on Monday final confirmation vote Democrats tried but failed to derail the process Senate Republican Marsha. Blackburn weighing in on Fox and friends is they do not want a female from the Political Center Center right on the Supreme Court they have invested the last forty five years into creating a narratives that you are not fully female in this country unless you've been to the agenda of the left in a surprise announcement yesterday a Republican Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, announced that she would vote guess for Barrett's confirmation. Susan. Collins of Maine. is now the only gop holdout
New this week: The Boss, Billie Eilish, Borat & 'Bad Hair'
"Bruce Springsteen's new album letter to you debuts today and so does a new documentary about the album this is Springsteen and the E. street band's first studio album since nineteen eighty four is born in the USA started playing the guitar because I was looking for some car respond with and after all this time I still feel the need to talk to you some semi directs the documentary but he doesn't consider himself a traditional director I'm really just observed and was a fly on the wall Bruce Springsteen and the E. street band have been together for forty five years or years of playing together have created a shorthand and a fission see in the studio comparable to that of a finely tuned more racing in Sydney caught a lot being a fly on the wall moments of conflict moments of pure creative energy semi describes how the band talks to each other with their eyes I'm a Donahue
Guidelines for the Leader and Commander
"Is Jaakko podcast number two, fifty two. With Dave Burke and me Jaakko willink good evening. Dave. Good Evening Echo Charles is taking care of some other business. On the last podcast. Number two, fifty, one with Leif and we started getting into the book guidelines for the leader and Commander by General Bruce Clark but we only made it thirteen pages in two and a half hours, and it's one hundred, seventeen page book. To, recap a little bit, this is a book that I searched for for over a decade I originally heard about this book in my favorite book, which is called about face by colonel. David Hackworth. Finally, found a copy a month and a half ago. and. So here we are just a little background once again on General Bruce. Kark. World War One. World War Two Korea enlisted in one thousand, nine hundred and up going to west point colonel in World War Two. Then a general commanded the Fourth Armored Division in Patents Third Army. Battle the Bulge Distinguished Service Cross three silver stars forty five years. Of Service? And then spend a bunch of time not only leading troops but also training troops or overseeing training commands so. Awesome Career Hackworth talked about him glowingly in the book about face and That's where that's where the star took me a long time to find this book. Who did somebody texted me about it. And said, it was the white whale. that. It was definitely hard for me find this book, but we have it and that's it. That's what we're GonNa do where do you go back into this book? So here we go back into guidelines for the leader and commander by Bruce General Bruce C Clarke. This section starts off with administration some thoughts for the commander. And he says inflammation, I would like to point out the close. Interrelationship between training programs. And Sound. Overall management. So this is something you know when you're that young gung-ho leader. That just thinks, hey, where you're operate whatever that operation is whether it's shooting machine guns or whether that's out selling things or making things and you think, Hey, I'm I'm on the front lines I'm going to make things happen and you think all the administrative stuff you shouldn't have to worry about. That's not me. And I know many individuals that are like that I know one individual in particular like that whose name is Jaakko. 'cause I was definitely like that. Many commanders. I should say I. was like that when I was younger because I absolutely I realize this and you can hear. We'll talk about the paperwork drills that we had to do and how. Life. Came to me. We shouldn't have to do this stuff and I said Oh we're going to do it and we do a better than anybody else. So I figured this out but it is it is definitely a learning moment that people have and so why not learn it right now many commanders are defeated by poor administration. Imagine that just that statement many commanders are defeated by poor administration not defeated because they were tactically unsound not defeated because they made bad decisions not defeated because they couldn't come up with a good plan they fail because their administrative losers. Without. Sound Administration at Commander CanNot Succeed in his training and maintenance programs. Good. Administration is nothing more than applied common sense. I'm including here a number of items that may well be considered a checklist of indicators of sound. Administration. Number. One. Importance of time. The principal coordinating device in the army is time. Learn the proper time space factors. So you can be on time and make reasonable demands of your subordinates. So. So that's number one by the way, which is probably why you hear a lot of talk about time management. Just think about the idea that the first thing he's GonNa say is time this is someone who clearly understands that have all the resources in the world that we have. That's the one that matters the most because we just can't produce more of. I was GONNA say it's the it's the one that matters the most and it's the absolute one that we have the least control much control. You have time you zero you cannot stop it. You cannot bring it back. You gotta say the power curve. I hate that fewing. I hate that feeling and let me tell you what. I realized this a while back. So when you go to the airport if you show up at the airport late. In now look TSA doesn't care that you're late the baggage handler doesn't care that you're late the uber driver does not care what time your planes leaving they're they're doing what they're doing, and so what that does is it takes you have no control. Over that time once it started to commence, what do you have control over going to the airport a little bit earlier? That's all. That's all not that big of a deal. Go to the airport a little earlier, and you won't have to worry about TSA. You won't have to worry about baggage you won't have to worry about. How long it takes for the Uber driver or the left let's give proper. Credit or lift driver to show up and bring you to the airport. Not so so how'd you get control? You can't control time once it's unfolding you can't bring it back you have to you have to plan for appropriately. And there's a there's a sense of urgency and I have a pretty good sense of urgency and you you may have may or may not I know like at the monster especially the earlier musters when we weren't. When the backside wasn't quite the well oiled machine that it is now certainly as a well oiled machine now the early musters do. Not a Well oiled machine. So on the on the front side, people would know that when Leith and I were walking out on stage at eight o'clock in the morning, we had two hours sleep because we had to do whatever we had to do behind the scenes and that's just the way it was. I can feel I can feel. When the shortage of time in fact, I think I feel the shortage of time every single day single waking minute.
European Road Tripping In 1975 with Marshall & Debbie Hockett
"Hello Travel, nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less. Host Travis Sherry and joining me today or to people who in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five, hopped on a plane to Europe. Grabbed the VW named Banana spent a year exploring the continent and then wrote a book about it forty five years later Marshal and Debbie, Hawk it from tripping nine hundred and seventy-five dot com marshland. Debbie thanks for joining me. Huge. Welcome. Thanks for having us and we are going to get into the adventure that you had in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five. This is a travel podcast after all, we're GONNA, talk about all your travels and how things have changed but to me, the most impressive part isn't the trip itself but that you wrote a book about it, forty five years later because so many people say I want to write a book I WANNA, write a book I want to write a book and I'll get eventually and you know they never do. So you guys are part of a very small minority that actually did it. So let's let's start with that. Tell us. How the book finally got written and why did it why we find like we got we got to do this. We just have to finish this life goal. Well the book was written all the time, all those years they happened to be A book that was given to us by one of our friends, it was a blank page book. And it was a hardback on the spine of the book was written tripping nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy five and our friend presented it to us before we laughed. Oh look. Just happened as. The original. So he wrote a journal every almost every day the woman who gave us this we're about A. Week from going on this trip for a year and she with noticed us. She gave us this book and she said. You've got to be completely truthful. You got be truthful and I want to be the first person who reaches thing. her name Melissa Marian Marcus. I said sure. I agree to those terms. Traveling for a year. When we got back. She was the first person reading. She loved. Unfortunately. Mary died of cancer. So. Anyhow I was busy having my own law firm. Makes CETERA. Sat on the shelf. This on behind. So it sat there for a long time a long time. We resumed our careers. Marshall had a really good a domestic family law practice in San Diego. And then he was appointed by governor, to be a judge, you weren't just sitting around not doing anything. Let's put it that way. Right you guys now. Retirement. We already had our retirement. That's right. That's right. You're taking it early. So so you go through this and the book sits on the shelf and sitting there and singer take us then to the decision to actually. Make into a published book that it is. Now, whose idea was it? was there any hesitation to doing it or did you think now after all these years you know we have to? That was known for traveling because just like you are. Trailing I was talking to court Turco and she was saying Gosh all the places you've been your write a book. Some clicked in my mind I said you know I think Arne. So. So I. Needed to. Do. Prologue. epilogue. Their tell her he made a sense of easy. It was not easy. Now hold on here. Yeah. Just just type it up epilogue prologue but. was, it was it word for word from the Journal or did you have to go back and you know add some different language or or make it read more like a book like I corrected some spelling? Errors. There were many corrections at all. It's it's pretty much word for word. Wow. Wow what and so you mentioned that you guys are now you're known for traveling. That wasn't the only trip that you talk all that kind of stuff. What do you see? As some of the biggest differences between like when you travel and then. Now or recently and back then because that must have been a pretty neat trip down memory lane. Going back through the book, typing it up. But then saying, well, this could never happen nowadays or this wouldn't happen nowadays because of this this and this gives us some of the biggest differences. The number of tourists. It's crazy now. So way less tourist. Then then there are now have you have you noticed that like just across Europe or would you say it's kind of a worldwide phenomenon now at this point like it's just so much more accessible for let's say regular everyday people to get a plane ticket to go see a place that they've always dreamed of seeing. That's what I would say. Yes. And since more people have traveled and written books. About it I think people wanted to travel more you can't touch stone. Stonehenge. They don't allow that you guys now. You can't see. The. Mona. Lisa, they're just eighty thousand lots of tourists near behind them across the room at A. Painting that is now the size of. Came
"RHOSLC" Favs, Sarah's Post-Sex Etiquette and Being Bad in Bed
"Welcome tonight. We pop where dreams come true and real housewives brag about lip fillers. My favorite people are here as always Nina and hunter hike is pay while we've been bumped up to two favorite people that's pretty impressive he. All right we are a month away from the real housewives of Salt Lake City Premier. So to help us get to know the ladies a little bit Better Bravo released their casting tapes and we already have to clear favorites. Jeff. Shaw I'm Twenty Eight Years Old Aka forty five at least fifty ran a month my wife's shopping habits. Can Be, enough themselves a daily source of my drum. My name is heather gay. The best part about owning a MED SPA is the free perks like except you can overdo it. I can barely speak in this interview because I just recently had them put some both talks on my chin. I wish I could smile I can't. For sure on the Cougar youngest I've ever dated was twenty two. Okay. So what is the craziest thing we just learned? Well, I don't like the Cougar thing even being thing like they're they're they're never thing when when a man is dating a woman in her twenties and he's in his forty so that to me I don't give them about that like do. The the woman saying she was twenty two almost made me choke. So I'm glad that she clarified. You know. A lot about the boat talk situation and the injection situation. But I feel like less probably more Are- if we were doing this show in fifteen years and I was forty five years old and introduce you to my twenty, two year old girlfriend, you don't think there would be a little judgment that I would be called a sugar daddy action. For you of course. Yeah. For me. I think it goes both I. Think it goes both ways. I mean I think like for show like this. They want those interesting dynamics, those women just like they knew exactly what to say and those interview tapes right like I just feel like there's like a package now that you can watch or get information like be outlandish as crazy. Make sure your husband thinks he's spend too much money interest include all of those things they just won't crazy characters and these I feel like these women are going to deliver but also never heard of talks in the Chin that's interesting. I wonder what that does cause don't you want to move Up Superman right? Oh God tiffany haddish shared all the details of her sex life with Sarah Hyland on her new digital series lady parts including what to do if your partner is bad instead. It's a guy or girl isn't giving you what you want and need bed. Do you tell them? Yes. David October several times and that's why I don't sleep with you. Is it okay to tell your partner that they are bad in bed and they might not be better for everybody. But just for you, they're not living up to your expectations. Are you honest about that I don't know for me I'm always like tell me what you like because I do feel like everybody likes something different. So which last partner may have enjoyed this partner may not. So I feel like it's more about what do you enjoy as opposed to like you're not good but you can't do the. Want him three routine with you. Every single person everybody likes somebody might not like the two, but they might need three threes. Out which is sometimes kids pretty good. The one thing that I will do I think it is something that both genders can do and this is us to allow podcast but instead of saying, Hey, I, usually like this can you do this? You say, Hey, let's try something new like something that I've never tried maybe I saw it in a porn maybe whatever and really it's just something that you've always loved and they think of the first people doing it to you. Okay, see. God. Say Yellow sneaky. Opening up opening up to my girls right now again good slammed for it. That's actually very true but I feel like be easy to manipulate the girls you're with because they're asking you your. I don't know. How much of this particular I walk in the Episode Yeah You never told the experts we're moving. Those good. All right. Okay. Sarah Silverman also have some thoughts on relationship. She told Allen all about her current guy who she met playing video games online. Okay. She said things move quickly to sleep over status, but she's having trouble giving up one thing like usually I send him home and he's cool with it so far early they're always great but. I have my role nighttime routine and it's like a date with myself and I didn't want to I'm nervous to give that up. You know like I do my whole face routine I mean. Yeah. No. And then, I I eat like a big bowl of grape nuts while I watch law and orders seen Mary at times and it's just like these are the things that seem simple. But I like that covet them and they they get to sleep. I'm sorry I'm sorry this you know she was. Ellen. Or, did they get Noah per? Do they have like thought minutes before until the Komo Nian? Saver men. Over also like my hair during I, can't say. About her at this point, I'm barely brushing. Casual Council women like she just took a nap and yeah, I find her like so hot it's so weird. But I said that seven laid back ponytail I can say though I understand what she means I am somebody who has an extremely extensive night care routine. It really is something I look forward to do it even if it's four o'clock in the morning and I've already thrown up on myself I, never miss it. You know what I mean. So I get kicking the grape nuts I'm out on the House I used ESPN. Disgusting, it is like newspaper and. Garage sales.
Amazon reveals their new cloud gaming service
"Bliss. Let's jump into some news William to an like an article that was pretty big news this week it was part of a broader set of announcements that the company made. This is from which fifty dot com and the article is. Amazon Reveals Cloud Gaming Service Amazon according to the article is going to offer a Netflix's style cloud gaming subscription service named Luna with select titles in four K sixty fips It'll initially be available on PC MAC fire TV iphone. And ipad with an android version planned for after launch You know this sounds a lot like everything else were seeing. There are some differences they will like. Amazon is going to offer its own controller like stadia did but players can use a bluetooth when the keyboard or mouse or Third Party, Bluetooth? Controller. If they want and if they do by Amazon's controller, it's only fifty dollars and it connects directly to the cloud service in the same. Way Stadium. Had, promised to but didn't et release. and the introductory price for the for Luna in the US is going to be six dollars a month. The only major publisher I saw. Listed at least as part of this announcement and this article interestingly enough was Ubisoft. Who was the big launch partner for Stadia and then seems to have lost faith in stadium because they started doing work with some other like cloud gaming company? It seems they're like the cloud gaming sort of. you know the the the everything that's cloud gaming there there seems to be ubisoft their front and center in terms of the launch part. We should we should separate. Think Games publisher should be trying to get his much distribution for their games as possible and others involved. Yeah. But I presume you saw benefits financially from being the launch partner like I. I bet ub saw I bet I don't think this was a hard business decision to reach as my guests removing SOx perspective. My real question is what was the Industry Conference Paul and how did you and I? Both, miss at were they spike the water with livestream games as a surface like juice because it is like there was some conference three years ago that like Apple Amazon Microsoft you know like like everyone was like a everyone was at and they're all like they laughed like well, we have to do this right now I'll tell you what it is was no business of sports podcast three years ago. And and the day Google got on stage and said, this is the future of gaming and I called it hot garbage and I called it correctly hot garbage not enough people were listening now now hold on Amazon though brings I think something a little different to the table and hear me out here. Could you see potential integration with all of Amazon's like home stuff right? Everyone has an Alexa. Everyone has like a A. Zillions of already set Alexa was in the controller or was that a joke. That's possible I. I saw that and I like did not verify it was system a that people are making off or if that was really how they were going to differentiate the controller because it's both plausible a good idea and completely implausible and a terrible idea at the same time. I just it seems. It feels like cloud gaming now is just a check box that the big tech companies have to put a check mark next to, and there isn't a lot of thinking around how this is any different. Because if you read the Luna announcement, it reads pretty much verbatim like Google announcement except with less with less sort of fluff. So there's no promise of the future of gaming. There's no negative latency. There's no they took that stuff out but other than that. It's pretty much a copy paste well, no, it's not though and this is really important the price right because. This is six dollars a month now. Sucks that they couldn't get it to five I. Mean I'm GonNa, start there like a real psychological break point they miss their but I trust Amazon is run their math, what this cost rate, and probably there's a certain amount of server space that this takes up but like. I think the offering is different at this price right because I think it's and I. Think this gets a little bit more at what stadium could have been. Right it's much more affordable. My understanding is it's not this rent to own model. It's just a straight up flat subscription. You've got the game streamed. Great Booby soft is a good launch partner for this because they would have what I would call a lot of mass appeal games like the assassin's creed games, for example, which I think translate well to this sort of thing of show me where there's no copy paste the William. To cut you off. But like this, all the assassins creed was in the launch stuff for stadia to. Yeah I think it was a decent partner there to the difference as the argument for the stadium launch was. Pay Sixty dollars to buy a game. You probably already have right and it's a worse version because it's laggy livestream on a concert. This argument is, Hey, you already have Amazon services you maybe you're curious to checkout watchdogs pay six bucks a month to try it out, and there's some other stuff here till and I think at that pricing, it also goes much more mass marquette I think somebody who isn't going to shell out sixty. For is willing to shell out I guarantee there's going to be price promotions. I title fray and Amazon is very good at that stuff to drive adoption. This is starting to be something like I could see you know forty five year old Atari Gamers who dropped out looking at and being like, yeah, those do look pretty cool. Being an assassin in Greece I'd like I this is this is a really big thing I believe is like. Inaccessibility driven offerings. Price is everything. The appeal of stadium was accessability driven without an accessible price which totally gated off making great games available cheaply, and without a fixed cost could that work as a second model? Yes and could it work as a longer term lease of life on yes? So like I do I think this is the greatest thing ever to happen in livestream subscription gaming. No that is xbox's game pass right like one hundred percent but could this work and could this grow into something else overtime
At a Crossroads? China-India Nuclear Relations After the Border Clash
"We start the program tracking one of the most potentially SA- serious spot points globally the ongoing hostilities between the nuclear-armed countries, India and China earlier this week they discharged weapons that each other for the first time in forty five years as a four month standoff between their armed forces escalated into warning shots in the western Himalayas. The skirmishes worryingly reminiscent of the circumstances surrounding the beginning of a war between the two in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, two. Yesterday. The foreign ministers of the two countries met in Russia in a bid to defuse the military standoff Jonah Slater New Delhi Bureau chief for The Washington Post and Isabel Hilton China dialogue join me on the line now. Thanks both for for joining us is about what was behind this most recent exchange of shots. That rather depends who you believe I mean one. Of the meeting that has taken place in Moscow, which has been some extent. Calming is that neither side will acknowledge any wrongdoing and indeed continue to blame the other. There is a very in general terms there isn't defined line of actual, control? The seem to be signs that the past three or four months across quite a a a length of it. So not just in one sector, China has been a pushing the actual you know situation on the ground by crossing the line of Control China, accuse his India doing the same thing in this most recent incidents and says that it had to fire shots in the ad to deter what was Indian aggression India has said over the repeated incidents over the past few months that China has advanced and then has not on a promises to retreat. So we now have quite an extended standoff which began in the in the West and sector. But has now extended to the eastern sector to what in your Natural Pradesh which to southern. Tibet. So it's a sustained standoff still during the what more do we know about the outcome of the meeting between the two men yesterday Well we know that they met for two and a half hours a lengthy meeting their first in person meetings since the crisis began Jason Curve India's foreign minister is a is a former ambassador to China. He has deep experience there. But in terms of outcomes, what we basically have is an agreement to continue talking it's not nothing but it's definitely not a breakthrough I mean Isabel do you think there's any real appetite for compromise and given China's current aggressive stance globally will one be trying to dial it down I think that I don't see very much appetite for compromise on either side we all you have is highly nationals governments which both. Set great store on territorial integrity and and then of course, you come to the sensitive point where the territories real defined and then you have a you know constant potential for confrontation. But if you add to that I mean what one thing that is very different from in in this border confrontation with other areas of conflict China like the South China Sea for example, where were you have because it's accessible and and territory marine territory that's used by lots of different kinds of people in people from from different countries, you can enact a conflict at a lower level if you like using fishing boats or or customs boats, and you don't actually have to use your main forces. But this is highly inaccessible territory. The only people who are out there really are our armed forces and they have increased. Both sides have increased the presence of their forces really dramatically in the last few months, and in the last few years, they have increased access to the border by building infrastructure building roads and railway building roads rather So you have the potential to mobilize both heavy weaponry and larger numbers of troops When you have a moment like this, do strategically, I would say that China is trying to discourage India from. Joining in a mall full blooded way any anti-chinese coalition organized by the United States so the has been quite a warm relationship between Modiin trump as we know, and and the question is how far India will take this because that could be a Catholic. And during this meeting, come about because the to happened to be in Moscow anyway or is Russia playing the piece Burqa. Well. Both of them would have been at this meeting, but it does seem that Russia is playing a little bit of a role of convener here as a country that. Ostensibly would like to see tensions reduce. It has constructive relationships with both countries there have been reports in the Indian media suggesting that I'm sorry that Russia was doing some quiet diplomacy behind the scenes earlier in this crisis but I think the these these two men obviously would have been there anyway just comes at a very. Sensitive, sensitive, and important time. It's about what's in it for? Would I guess it's less less difficulty in the neighborhood they do as we've heard have rush the Russians do have constructive relations Russia likes to be seen as a broker these days I mean the whole trajectory of Putin's kind of outward posture has been to assert Russia's important so to be able to mediate between a traditional friend India and. country. Rival with whom relations little complicate it China would greatly enhanced prestige. One of the difficulties is that what we know from the reorganization, for example, the Chinese military which is put sheeting. Very firmly, inconspicuously in command, we need to assume I think that decision is made about deployment of troops and our posture go very much to the top So you know without a signal from the tall, the foreign ministers of my decide couldn't actually resolve this. Yeah. How do you think this fits in with the the general foreign policy aims of India. I don't think expected crisis with China I. think that was not part of its. Foreign Policy Goals as Isabelle was speaking about no, India is. Wary of China's rise, it has been drawing closer to the United States and also to this grouping called the Quad, which includes the United States Japan and Australia this one of the interesting aspects about this crisis with China along the line of actual control is that India says at least that it's at a loss to understand why China is doing this it repeated that again today that. Shot, the tiny side has not provided a credible explanation for this deployment. Jay Shankar, the foreign minister a few days ago said repeated that India's is a little bit flummoxed here, and so if China is sending a message that it doesn't want India to draw closer to the United States, India's not really getting the message quite clearly So I think that's one of the strange parts about this entire episode, which is we don't India claims at least not really understand what China's motivations are for this. Quite significant deployment along the line of actual control which began in April and then Burst into actual skirmishes, skirmishes in May, and then the deadliest violence between the two countries and more than fifty years in June. I mean Isabel attorneys right WH- one can't really see what's in it for China I. Mean as you say, this is an area where there's really not very much. It's inaccessible the only people there are the soldiers. What's the point? I think the point is is partly to shore up she gene pins reputation at home is a vigorous defender of China's global position and Chinese sovereignty, and you might well argue that that sovereignty over a few miles of inaccessible mountain compass matter but they matter symbolically domestically in China. It also might be I mean, we've seen a passion of a very assertive behavior. Put it no more strongly from China pretty much since the coronavirus outbreak and a lot of you know if you look across the piece it what's been going on there had been provocations in around Taiwan with you with Chinese. Military flights crossing into Taiwanese airspace very recently and and we have you know I, think for the first time that I can recall in. Since the sixties we have on this board, we have confrontations in both the important western sector and the equally important eastern sector. Now, that's that's kind of unusual that does signal a much more firm intent to send a message even if it's not a message that India understand. So it may be a message that's being directed to the Chinese public that you know we can do this because we are bigger and stronger than India and we will continue to defend. China's position in the world.
How Long Does it Take for a Plant to Be Considered 'established'?
"Because I have a forty five year old oaken, my front yard long time established roots probably into my neighbor's yard nothing to my side yard and so on. I still. Give. That plant a good thorough soaking when it's been nearly thirty days since the reign of any significance I don't mean something to settles the dust but something significant because much like people although however, very different a plant that has a good summer's growth. Is Far more resilient plants. Plants manage their internal characteristics be for insect protection for Disease Protection for growth it's it's a very complicated story that I only partly understand but even on a great big old, tree. I will consider it established a time back, but I'll still water after thirty day period when there's been nothing substantial. So to to Tom's question I would say that most plants won't. Be established. Even even basically until the third year of growth and then on the fourth year, probably often running more or less on their own. Now, I know a great number of plants that are catered to. To the point of drowning them be have to be careful there. I also know a plant where people don't think anything beyond the first thirty day they plant they water and they walk away and that's it. The plant suffers on or dis. Tom figure year one, it's like a new child. And A. Quality bottle baby, and then the second year child is starting to move around We'll be standing up soon. Pulling things off the coffee table and then the year. Hide everything that could move. The. Child is becoming established so too is the plant, but then I I I'm serious about this business of four years for full establishment. to where you've made in most cases, a pretty significant investment in landscaping.
The Adult Toys From Dodge
"This week's project. Car of the week is actually a van and I'm starting to think I should just call this segment. Mo- par project of the week just because. You know I picked more than just cars for the segment. So be ready for that change. I'm trying to be a little bit more diverse with the Mo parts that I choose for this segment because I do like mo parts from all areas and all types of Mo- parts and I think that good moped projects aren't just cars sometimes their trucks, and since I'm on a van kick this week was a van and Let, me say that I actually set out to find van for this week's project. There was just one issue there aren't very many out there. So let's read the ad and then we'll talk some more about vans and why they can make cool projects. The van featured on this edition of Mo- Project of the week was posted on the Mo- part hundred facebook page on Sunday September sixth at nine. AM HERE IS THE AD. Van Three Thousand Nine, hundred, ninety, five, dollars, nineteen seventy five, dodge tradesman shorty three Eighteen v eight auto runs drives and stops pretty well for a forty five year old van. If you've been looking for one of these, this is one to consider not showroom ready. But great start to a street machine serious inquiries only please three, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five dollars, or best offer title status is clean. So. This ban is a short wheelbase van, which for these is one hundred, nine inches compared to the longer versions that one, hundred, twenty, seven inches the van that I wanna buy from Stacey is a hundred, twenty, seven inches for wheelbase. So it's longer than my dad's was since my dad's was a like this van the one in this ad is to tone it has a light blue base with a thick. Dark blue striped mid body in a dark blue roof. It has a windshield visor which is very buggy vanish and it has my favorite bubble windows of all time. The PENTASTAR portholes they are super rare and I'd love to hunt down a set for my future van project. But if stacy's van ends up being mind, then I'll just settle for the round portholes unless I can find. Those awesome. Pentastar. Wants this van. Also has a grant wood grain steering wheel, which adds to that nostalgic feeling along with that pop up Sunroof, and it looks like at one point back was done up like seventies custom but right now it's pretty bare, which is great. Because most of the time when you find these vans, the cargo area usually needs to be redone. These old buggy vans had all shag carpet and cabinets put in Old Saints and. Things like that. So chances are if you find one of these, it'll probably need new carpet and things like that. This one actually has a plywood floor and looking around it actually looks like the van was originally read. The good news is that it will be easy to strip the cargo area and get creative to create your own space. I. Like the idea of a modern version of a classic book Van Something. Creative enough that you can go to shows and show it off. But you can also go camping, and if you're the nomad life, you can hit the road and live that van life but it would also be cool to get this thing capable of hauling a race car that way you have a place to store your tools, parts, extra tires, and have a place to stay at the track instead of. A ten I really liked that idea for me I like all those possibilities but the possibility of having a mobile podcast studio when I go to events would be really cool and if I bring merch with me, it would make a great display for the Merch to this thing has a three eighteen. It's running and driving and hey, it stops too. So that's always nice I like projects that you can. Drive home and this thing is you know that type of a project, it even has some pin striping on the hood, which is cool because it's kind of like a throwback. It does need some new wheels and tires and some fifteen by ten on fats in the back and some fifteen by eight in the front would give this thing that groovy raked stance that was so popular with these vans back. In the day I, think that this van is also in desperate need of a front lip spoiler and the fender flares, which you can surprisingly still find if you look hard enough online but all in all, I'd say if you were interested in getting a Boogie van for a project for less than four grant, I think this one is a great candidate I actually did reach out to the seller just to. Feel the water and see what the temperature was like and it sounds like he's pretty firm with not much wiggle room. But he said that thirty five, hundred to the right person would take it home. WanNa know what I offered him. But that's a whole nother story since these vans are hard to find think he's in the ballpark the side doors do have a little damage and there's definitely some work probably needs to be done but overall, it appears to be pretty solid. So if you're looking to get back into fanning and relive your youth or even if you're a rookie banner, this would make a fun project keep on Truckin my friends that was Mo- part project of the week Nomo par left behind. Since we're on the topic of vans. This week's high-performance part belongs to a custom Shorty Dodge van and the two thousand, fifteen movie American ultra and because I suck at explaining movies, I finally come to the realization that from now on I think I'm just GonNa read the Synopsis Straight from Rotten Tomatoes. So here is the synopsis for American Ultra. Tomatoes. American ultra is a fast paced action comedy about Mike Played by Jesse Eisenberg, a seemingly hapless and unmotivated donor who's small town life with his live in girlfriend phoebe played by Kristen Stewart is suddenly turned upside down unbeknownst to him. Mike is actually a highly trained lethal sleeper agent in the blink of an eye as a secret past comes back to haunt him. Mike is Thrust into the middle of deadly government operation and is forced to summon his. Interaction hero in order to survive. Now, where does this sweet Boogie van come in well about seventeen minutes and thirty seconds into the movie Eisenberg's character Mike Meets up with his drug dealer rose played by John Leguizamo to buy illegal fireworks. The show he wants to put on for when he proposes to phoebe Rachel Rolls Up to the meeting spot in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four to nineteen, seventy, six, dodge short van with a wild paint scheme which. To me looks like a vinyl rap, but
Why Is My Serviceberry Losing Leaves in August?
"We also had an email from Japan this week and she says that she has three service berry trees that were planted about eighteen years ago, and she says, initially, they were planted in full sun. But now a maple tree shades them about fifty percent of the day for the past two years the leaves turn orange and fallen off in August. She says they treat those with acid fertilizer Bernard until late spring or early summer. Do you have any ideas on what they can do to keep the trees from an early leaf drop well now? Not nothing absolute. But at the same time service, Berry can certainly stand right out on the curb side in a in a curb lawn they can stand in a plain old front yard they can. As mine have done they can be planted east of a younger oak forty five years. Later they're in full shade by noon and and on top of aging also, but that factor Is Not bad for them because service Berry obviously can handle this on, but it also can thrive in I'm GonNa call it more limited light The shade may be the problem but it also maybe that the big old tree or whatever is giving them shade is has become so very competitive but they're going to have to upgrade the amount of water and. Well Yeah. The amount as well as the timing of the watering I mentioned a little earlier that I've started watering I think I did anyhow started watering in my front yard on Friday morning and the first thing that got it was half the oak tree roots and all three service berries Now they're aging out. So I'm having some problem with them. Per Se just age but they're they're still Competing with the OAK. Then I go back in my history of of hunting time in the early fall. And there is Actual saving on my part a humongous oak tree with great big buttress roots. forking out from the bottom of the trunk. There was a service Berry. Of oh. Three three and a half inches in diameter right in between those two. Well, two of the big buttress roots. It wasn't more than eighteen inches out from the the swell of trunk itself. It was standing probably twenty five or more feet high growing under and within the branches of a humongous Oak. Now, it was the time of year and I had been there before without paying attention but the time of year, when they they it I should say still had a full head of leans now full head in that case was greatly thinned for my trees which were younger and more son. So now with having said, all of that I have a hunch first of all, I don't think they would need to use an acid fertilizer enough. There's no Honda in. Because the the the acid gets diluted pretty significantly once it's installed the ground but fertilization is definitely helpful. I would say that they they need to upgrade to watering those service. Bury's at least every will ten to fourteen days. Good thorough soaking now they're not a creek. Well, one of their cultivars is shorter type that grows right along down to the water's edge us on a creek but by and large. They are denizens naturally of the wooded areas they're in competition I have seen them defoliated by nearly this time of year. And at CETERA. So I I don't think it's anything unusual other than for them to continue the care they've given them. If. It is possible to to lighten north soon out the tree or trees that is shading them. I think that would be of some small benefits I think all they need to do is keep them healthy perhaps a shot fertilizer either in November thereabouts or on into early March just to give them all they need to be competitive and I think they'll find that they can keep them from differentiating soon but maybe not at all totally.
A look at Gladys Bentley, American blues singer
"Before we get started as we normally do at the start of a person's life I'm going to jump in when gladys was forty five years old in the year nineteen, fifty, two revolutionnaire. Arcada. Their time travel is upset. Yes. Heavens the reason why jumping in he is because nine fifty two is the at that one amount main sources was written and I want to talk about that. Source. Pot, Abou- review before we actually. Talk about that. So in the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties in the USA politicians like Senator Joe McCarthy was spearheading moral and political panicked about queer people in the understanding that we who are not only immoral but also susceptible to blackmail and therefore more likely to become communist spies. Goddess Bentley had built her career on being an openly queer and gender non conforming blues performer in nineteen, Fifty, two in. The African American magazine Ebony, she write an article titled. I'm a woman again in which she talks very late at queasiness before renouncing it and championing heterosexuality and Hetero normativity. In this article, she says, I became a woman again when I discovered unaccepted the one glorious thing which for so many years I had bitterly fought with all my heart mind and body the law of antennas, the devotion of a man. I thought it was kind of Jesus. Is, the man Jesus, the matters not Jesus She did definitely become more involved with her church later in her life, but she doesn't necessarily link that to her. Queens. So like Jesus here but only incidentally. Background character. Incidental Jesus is my Christian rock band. Do you come across. Do. Christian covers rock songs. Both I anyway. What happened YOU CLAP We'll talk a lot more about the background to this article and what was happening in life at that time. When we get to that I, think the sort of political background McCarthyism is. Hardly the main you need to know that, and the reason that I wanted to bring this up and mentioned at the start is because this article is the only information we have about Gladys inhering voice. Well, that's quite a pickle. It is quite a pickle that we are. And it's also the only source of information we have about her childhood before she was about twenty one. Okay. So that's that most by graphical information comes from what can be gleaned from newspaper is nobody's ever written a biography. All Gladys on the work of like interviewing people who knew anything like that is that is something that could still be done. Do you think she was born in nineteen ninety seven so like a lot of people anyone who knew her in her early life is GonNa be dead. Yeah. But from headlight alive that would probably still be some still alive could talk about her bought definitely have to be done pretty soon. I'm not aware of anyone working on unfortunately, but hopefully, someone is yeah. So I just wanted to raise that heavy keep in mind that that's the source of wealth with before we start talking about glass at life. So I got us was born in Philadelphia on the twelfth of August nine, hundred seven to George and Mary Bentley. She was the oldest of four siblings in a black working class family according to Gladys's article in Ebony Mary had wanted a son and she was very disappointed when she had a door refusing much as tasha child on Nessa Child. Gladys. Intern says she always felt repulsed by men including her father brothers and uncles and she says. I suppose the reason was that they will admire while I was scorned from ninety nine or ten. She began to steal her brothers choirs at first to feel she was getting even with them but then I began feel more comfortable in boys quarries than dresses have parents teachers objected to gladys as masculine dress. The gladys was obstinate and she and her parents eventually reached a compromise by gladys wear what's called a meaty blouse. So that's what you'd pictures like kind attritional Salas like a navy ship and she went out with a skirt during elementary school gladdest about to crush on a female teachers she tells us in Class I sat the hours watching her and. Wondering, why I was so attracted to at night I dreamed I didn't understand the meaning of those dreams until later. I. WanNA mention this because it's got his first experience of being attracted to a woman that we know about and also just think it gives you a bit of an idea of how in her article the Ebony she does talk openly about like being que- and being attracted to women and wanting to present in a masculine way and these kinds of things like she doesn't deny that this is an aspect then renounces it and decides that Hetero. normativity is better suicide angle on this that she used to feel this way but she has stopped. Or the she feels this way but has decided that that's not any good. I tell you. It's more than she used to feel this way but has stopped. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. It's hard to say because she does sort of talk about talk about there are other people who have the same who had the same experiences in she refers to those groups like she uses like way if she's talking about painting society and she's still kind of identifies with those groups. But at the same time, she says as things like I've become a woman again now I love man I'm able to Vin into this female role Besse so I'm interested to hear how gender and sexuality. Interacting glasses life. Easier we go through what I was saying I've become a woman again. that. Yeah. I really interested to hear your thoughts on that. I, don't really nine because we have so little in gladys invoice except this. Has a lot of a lot about the stuff going on and influence why she write this article. It's hard to say how gladys feels about gender, but we will talk about Nemo. As. Gladys grew older cy when she was a teenager, her mother thought taking doctors. She doesn't explicitly tell us in Ebony article the reason for this but it's apparent that it was connected to fairly to perform femininity in the way that was expected of him. Gladys tells us she believes parents meant well botched quite what my family did not know was that. I didn't need a doctor, but love's affection and healthy interests to supplant the malignant growth festering inside of me, and she seems to argue at this point in the article that it was the original rejection by her mother that fest push towards her gender non conforming behavior and that her parents subsequent relations attempting to force her to conform to femininity. Ireland. Encourage to.
Santa Carolina Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 Review
"This. Is Dave cheap wine fighter dot. com. Another one. Another day. Wants from Moscow again, and it's a crazy cheap price for. Really Nice one. Let me grab the bottle so I get the name, right? Santa Carolina. Reserva? Cabinet sobbing young from Chicago States in Jakarta Valley in Chile. And, the vintages twenty eight. And it's a really really Nice Cabernet. Chilean cabinet China for me splits the difference between Bordeaux and. California has got the good right fruit of California. And its sleek and lean like Gordo and you put them together. Good. And this is a seven. Forty nine set wine. I wasn't the Internet and it's it's not an expensive wine anywhere, but it's ten to thirteen dollars elsewhere. Seven fifty for cloudy Capita Sauvignon is really crazy. Because Cabernet Sauvignon, a wine that you expect. Good. Barrel slavery. Now I don't think this one had any oak barrels. There are other ways to get the oak flavoring in. They I think they said in the tasting Meltzer had contact with. And contact with. Isn't necessarily hope bureau? But whatever they did it works it tastes really really. Really Drinks. Baba's price tag. I'm going to take a separate now. This is. No issues really good tasting very well made. Cabernet Sauvignon it's sleek. It's leaning tasty. Got A great. No the Scott got kind of a little bit of a complicated Flavor profile it's not. It's not like the hugely expensive one where there's layers but the applications. And Yeah I mean Santa Carolina. Has Been Around for one hundred, forty, five years. They know what they're doing and they were one of the video wineries it got destroyed in that two, thousand, ten earthquake. I don't recall that in Chile and they had to rebuild and they did by twenty twelve. And they took the time to invigorate wiring everything else I think last year they were delaying winery the year. So you know from the. From the ashes comes, Victorino. Deals. Another SIP. Tastes grape does not tastes like a seven fifty one again. You. Expect a certain amount of flavoring and improper. Cabernet Sauvignon. We read plans and stuff. You know that's that's open to interpretation but Cabernet. People expect a very specific thing. This delivers. And that's really nice and it's got good grades estate vineyards. They have many states from two states. And expensive winds. Estate Vineyards. Means exclusive. This just means that they had control the grapes. which is a good thing because year after year they're working with those grapes they know. What to do in good years bad years great years anything else they have experienced. So. This is a really good wine The NAME ONE MORE TIME FROM COSCO Senate Carolina's. Valley. Reserve a Cabernet Sauvignon twenty eight, hundred eighteen. I, read that James Suckling, who is the premier wine? Critic right now Robert. Parker junior is a retired nowadays, he was the king for years and. James ducklings take over that role. He gave the white ninety three points I mean. Supposedly. That's what they said on the on websites. I. Didn't actually hear it for him. Ninety three points for seven dollars ninety nine cents Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile. Is Crazy. Good. So there you go. I liked it tastes great. It just drinks well above its price tag if you like, Cabernet you WANNA everyday why it's hard to beat this one.
How the Sober Spring Challenge changed my life
"Twelve whole podcasts. My name is John Garang I'm the foundry weld without wine and I'm your host for this podcast. Thank you so much for union. A series. Two of the podcast is all about taking a break from all coal just how beneficially this to take a break how important it is to test salt dependent regularly this ties in nicely with also spring challenge which starts on the first of September. We're going to be interviewing people who done also spring challenging in the past last week we interviewed Kawhi, who did sobers spring two years ago he hasn't added drink since. He didn't do it because he wanted to stop drinking. So we also interviewed Lebeau who used it to moderate for awhile, and finally she decided that she felt so much better when she wasn't drinking that she was going to ditch moderation technique and give up drinking completely. Today's interview is with a lovely lady called KRYSTAL. Nine christel sober spring in two thousand and nineteen. She had me on the radio tasting alcohol-free wines. And when she had the conversation, she had a bit of a light bulb. Moment. Because she reflected on her own drinking habits and she decided that for her, it was more about the ritual. than the old coal. So perhaps, all coal free wines would work for. Assaulted our conversation by asking Christo to tell us about himself. On, crystal I'm forty five years old I live in Pretoria. and. Got One son, he turned to any one the other day a couple of weeks ago, and I'm married to my best friend for twenty five years in November now been married congratulations. When did you first start thinking that you'd like sued maybe change your relationship with all did you first start thinking? The might be a problem have. As you all know that drinking wine we need. It's the first loss that is the bugger because. When it's the first laws, it triggers, you have another glass and then I must finish the bottle. So and that started bothering me and I think I've signed up for wilt without wine the city day challenge in January and I think I lost it about sixty minutes. You know what you get those days way you wake up two o'clock in the morning. Your heart stopping and it's jumping out of your chased and you get this feeling. Then you think what have I done lost not did I feed Musonda my husband? Did I MAKE Can't remember and then you start negotiating with yourself said, this is this is Scott to stop you know. This is not happening again until six o'clock when you start making food and. Outcomes the bottle of wine and. You have to stay in the. Pit was terrible. So you did this. As all Robin ugity minutes of the thirty. That's. What I wasn't greedy. I've got a fitbit. What really triggered. Me was my resting. Offbeat at some stage August. Last year it was eighty four they win I started with the spring. It actually came down to the low sixties now. So it's it's really it was that was the main mission was for health reasons I what you said about you've got to be ready because some you obviously weren't ready when you signed up for the he is but nevertheless you you reflected a lot before you signed up, you pay full challenge Saturday you can't in the water in year than you ran away from the freezing water again but then said, you saw the Cyprus spring challenge. So what made you think Oh let's give these guys another try. You know what? What's fantastic just before that I heard you over the radio. On radio to and actually drinking the last one and having a taste on the radio and saying how it tastes like my husband was in the patroness me that much and I told him I said listen to this. I can actually do this for me. It's about the habit I love having mom gloss and my bottle WANNA open it, pull the drink, and then that's for me. That's that's my kick that I get out of IT I. told him I said, I'm sure I can do it because I know that it's not the Elko that I'm often it's the Heb it with the Al Khalid steerable because I can't stick to one drink because they ll kicks in any poisons, your audie entities with the colossal one I was so
LIVE from the Esselstyn Farm
"Right. I am here. With my dad, this is this is fantastic and I want you to know that. You, think will now be the. The most prolific person on a plan strong podcast I think this will be your fourth episode episode that we've done together and the reason why I wanted to pull you aside and do something right now is because obviously we're at the farm. In upstate new. York. And we've got our big plants Doc, two thousand and twenty event coming up it'll be our ninth annual plants dock and I thought this would be an appropriate time for us to reflect on your childhood. Growing up here on the farm and how it impacted you as A. As a as a man growing up, and just you know what kind of let it flow and and see what happens but. Just for for starters. How long has this farm bending the S Allston family. Actually, was. My stepmother and you. In the nineteen, eighty, five or six. went to Albany. Police tricentennial. which is a farm that had been the same family for over three hundred years. So some some were of the order of sixteen seventy five. So the farmers got quite a tradition to it. To put it mildly I mean that's that's three hundred from my math is correct. That's. Three hundred and forty five years. Yeah we're moving on. And I think I've also heard that it's it's one of two. Two farms in the whole state of new. York, that had been owned and operated by the same family over three hundred years. which I mean. Incredible. Now, I want people to know. Before we dive into this that we're probably going to have some distractions, we've got like six six or seven grandchildren running around. And we're doing our best to kind of maintain order but. Of course of route twenty, three although it's Many yards from here often we'll have some heavy trucks and motorcycles give their little echo. Yeah. So bear with us. So when exactly did you and your your brothers and your sister and your parents moved the farm? Well, actually my dad although he spent a fair amount of time at the farm here growing up as well. His parents who lived at the farm also his father was a lawyer. Working in new. York, city so That Grew up in New York City when he went to He went to Yale and he went to. Medical School. Two years at Yale in the last two years at. Columbia. And then he began his practice of surgery in new. York. City we lived in Riverdale, which is suburb of. Of of New York City. Until I was seven years old and it it always been my father's dream. To come back in practice medicine up here. Using the farm as a home base. and. So it was in nineteen forty one in September that we moved from. New York City. To the farm. So nine, hundred, forty, one you were born in thirty three. So that makes you about eight years old I was seven because. I. Was about three avas eight three months after we moved up here. Okay. All right. and. What I mean so can you remember back? Coming from the city to the farm at. That's a pretty big adjustment. I would imagine. Yeah it was. It was. You know just seem to flow though I. Mean there was just. Nothing that was really difficult about it with a we were in sort of. A little. Local School Clark School. easy to make friends. And A state. School onto the eighth. Grade. And then Then attract began to get a little hotter my. Parents. Sent me to difficult academy. I was there for all four years. Thought deerfield was terrific. I really enjoyed. The friendships there? I love the athletics there. And fortunately, the academics there and they go to jail.
"forty five years" Discussed on KTRH
"In the call because we had some people who help through the news breaks so Rick welcome to that could go in there yeah I'm doing great how are you doing all were wonderful I've got several questions but I'm your relatives question I have do you have any association with a walk now I'm in foundation repair contractor but it's due west foundation repair okay my question is I have a home that is forty five years ago it's a brick home almost almost flat it's basically a rectangle Flanders no wing there's no use shapes or anything it's it's a rectangle slab and there's not a two by four in the house if there's nothing smaller than a two by six okay goes up from there and it's just not a great home I've owned it for almost thirty years and I have a little bit of settlement of shoot a little minute sheet rock cracks but they're in the joints there's nothing you know breaking off or anything like that but over the last month or two I want to add this to it I have great drainage around my house I keep everything you know in in really good shape I know a little bit about how it works but over the last month or two I have heard these allow pop it go off at night sounds like a twenty two raffle before all yeah what could that may well you could have a little bit of all my mechanical stuff is good I don't have any cracks in my brick I don't know I mean it's just like I mean is like that but it's like a laughable at all yeah in the ICANN because if there's a little bit of movement but most of the time what is being caused by is actually temperature and moisture changes in the air a house breeds it expands and contracts with that temperature moisture change especially when we start getting cold fronts come through and hot fronts and things like that roof rafters in ceiling choice things like that will expand and move and sometimes they slide on the nails ever sold sold so slightly but that little slide man it sounds like a shot gun just one off you're right it does it does so it I mean there's really nothing I can do about that I mean I'm I mean I don't want to do anything that stupid to try to fix it but it's just I listen to you all the time and yeah what should I just thought I would see what you what if you're not having signs of foundation movement the you know like doors that are out of whack or cracks in the sheet rock they're diagonal things like that then foundation Weiss you're fine now there are things you could do maintenance wise that could help minimize that enhanced that where I talk about soaker hoses to keep the soil swelled it minimizes that up and down movement in the soil which can help minimize some of that popping noise as well the only thing that I have now that I think about the only thing that I.
"forty five years" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Than forty five years a of taught many many people about the negative impact of taxes inflation a market volatility economic uncertainty on their hard earned dollars especially at retirement at retirement planning is something totally different than what you did for retirement planning and that's why we teach many educational events to help you be prepared at retirement and I'm not talking about the very month or year that you're retired but about five years out and that's why we have this window of opportunity right now is that if you put off coming in learning what you can do better than leaving your money and tax deferred IRA reason for one case and then thinking maybe you'll just take minimum distributions and string it out to save yourself in tax folks at that is going to cost you big time as you stretch it out we have a software program that we develop years ago that shows you the negative impact of of stretching out paying tax deferring deferring which is another word for procrastinate by the way and what that ends up costing you by putting it off and many people don't need the money out of their I reason for one case and their counsel to take our am days required minimum distributions which is the worst advice I've ever ever heard now it just going back to what I talked about in the first segment if you were not with me I was talking about many of the proposals by many of the Democrats senators I and those of the presidential candidates is that we need to raise taxes dramatically not just rebuild the trump tax cuts but actually increase them by a trillion dollars that's about a thirty three percent increase in the current amount that the federal government collects in taxes every year they cut about three trillion they want to increase that by another trillion to fund all these ideas that they have it's our taxes are going to be going up dramatically now can I just tell you this that for forty five years I've had mixed audiences Republicans and Democrats because it's not a political agenda when we gather together and I instruct and it doesn't matter whether you're Republican or Democrat mostly the Republican philosophy is no let's have lower taxes let's let people take ownership of their own future and have the least amount of government as necessary and if you need to raise tax revenue to pay for police or public programs or whatever you raise the revenue that's being taxed instead of raising taxes because then people lose their jobs and we we have a sluggish economies and so forth whereas the Democrat philosophy is no more more more government let the government take care of everything and it let's raise taxes especially and the more you make the more they'll take and so that has a negative impact on jobs and growth in the economy and you can argue this when you really look at that periods of time when the Congress or the executive branch were primarily controlled by Republicans or Democrats okay and so you just see that so we have this window of opportunity where tax rates are lower but whenever I have ask mixed audiences okay here are the major categories where our federal government spends our tax dollars then I I put down the major categories and I don't disclose at the percentages that the federal government is allocated are spending our tax dollars in these various areas I just say now here's the areas and now if you had your choice of where your tax dollars would go I want you to write down what percent you would have to go to this category this category this category and of course this covers everything from military to infrastructure to us all security Medicare health care whatever and so people always write down what percent if they could choose they would allocate do you now it doesn't matter whether you're Republican or Democrat it it never ever comes even close to where the government is allocated our money and the percent that they that they assign to this and this and this and this and that so how come we got here if this is a really what we're talking about is is where our tax dollars gal I mean frankly I'm a little bit not a little bit a whole bunch but retired that for it the last in a year and a half and frankly the last three years almost we've had as still made we've just sat there and and all they've done is investigate investigate investigate and there has been very little to legislate and address the problems that we as as American voters have voted them into office to solve and I don't care if we're talking about dad health care immigration or whatever why don't you get together and figure out what we're going to agree upon instead of just spending all of our tax dollars and all the salaries and everything like that investigating investigated investigating now folks this is just a really I'd waste of our tax dollars but this is going to probably continue because of the agreed or the the the addiction to power they want to have power to be able to control and do it their agenda and they feel like that's been frustrated or whatever folks the point is that out this is the time that you need to take care of taxes sooner than later if you're approaching retirement or if you are younger and you want to see something far better than a tax deferred IRA or four oh one K. because a rock is a step in the right direction and if taxes are going up if you come to one of our educational events I can prove to you mathematically that are Roth IRA or four oh one K. is probably thirty three percent better will give you thirty three percent more in netspend will retirement income or in it will last longer by far than the exact same amount of money in a traditional IRA or four one K. if taxes go up and we all know that that's what's going to happen but see I don't own and I I a reform okay nor a ras because what I own is called the rich man's rod and that's what C. B. days and tax attorneys call it you don't have to be rich to have one but the rich can't owner Ross but do you know that ninety one percent of Americans are still duped into putting money into traditional Irish a four oh one K.'s being told I'll when you read tell you you'll be in a lower tax bracket than that has not been true or axiomatic now for over twenty five years only nine percent put it into rocks well folks I put my money into what CPA's and tax attorneys referred to as the rich man's rod and it's so funny because you don't have to be rich to own one but the rates can't owner rob they make too much money see rob has to benefits you take after tax money and you put it into it and it the grows tax free and when you take it out it's tax free the rich man's rod which I affectionately call in my latest book the laser find has those two benefits and three additional benefits Ross will never happen I can if I have a banner year I can throw in a hundred two hundred three hundred thousand you can't do that in a rod unless you're doing on a roll over from a traditional IRA or four oh one K. but if I put in a hundred or two hundred thousand and a few days later I have an emergency I can pull out fifty sixty seventy percent maybe in ninety four percent of it you can't do that with the right you have to wait five years or so you're fifty nine and a half there's all the strings attached but there's not a rock around that will blossom in value when you die if I were to die in an accident every million right now I have in my laser fun my rich man's rod will blossom to two and a half billion and transfer tax free there's not a rock around that will do that and people say how much does that cost well nothing if you re direct otherwise Babel taxes the causes you support is being paid for with what most people are shelling out an unnecessary income tax so if you would like to learn about a rich man's roster the laser Ireland and many other very powerful topics to avoid unnecessary tax join is very powerful half day educational event these are absolutely free if you live in the greater San Francisco Bay Area get ready to jot down the cities and the dates that will be coming to these are tied to retire by design when you come we give you a forty page retire by design work book that you fill out throughout the event we also give you our two.
"forty five years" Discussed on KGO 810
"Than forty five years a of taught many many people about the negative impact of taxes inflation a market volatility economic uncertainty on their hard earned dollars especially at retirement at retirement planning is something totally different than what you did for retirement planning and that's why we teach many educational events to help you be prepared at retirement and I'm not talking about the very month or year that you're retired but about five years out and that's why we have this window of opportunity right now that if you put off coming in learning what you can do better than leaving your money and tax deferred IRA reason for when Kays and then thinking maybe you'll just take minimum distributions and string it out to save yourself in tax folks at that is going to cost you big time as you stretch it out we have a software program that we develop years ago that shows you the negative impact of of stretching out paying tax deferring deferring which is another word for procrastinate by the way and what that ends up costing you by putting it off and many people don't need the money either I reason for one case and their counsel to take our am days required minimum distributions which is the worst advice I've ever ever heard now it just going back to what I talked about in the first segment if you were not with me I was talking about many of the proposals by many of the Democrats senators I and those of the presidential candidates is that we need to raise taxes dramatically not just repeal the trump tax cuts but actually increase them by a trillion dollars that's about a thirty three percent increase in the current amount that the federal government collects in taxes. every year they cut about three trillion they want to increase that by another trillion to fund all these ideas that they have it's our taxes are going to be going up dramatically now can I just tell you this that for forty five years I've had mixed audiences Republicans and Democrats because it's not a political agenda when we gather together and I instruct and it doesn't matter whether you're Republican or Democrat mostly the Republican philosophy is no let's have lowered taxes let's let people take ownership of their own future and have the least amount of government as necessary and if you need to raise tax revenue to pay for police or public programs or whatever you raise the revenue that's being taxed instead of raising taxes because then people lose their jobs and we we have a sluggish economies and so forth whereas the Democrat philosophy is no more more more government let the government take care of everything and it let's raise taxes especially and the more you make the more they'll take and so that has a negative impact on jobs and growth in the economy and you can argue this when you really look at that periods of time when the Congress or the executive branch were primarily controlled by Republicans or Democrats okay and so you just see that so we have this window of opportunity where tax rates are lower but whenever I have ask mixed audiences okay here are the major categories where our federal government spends our tax dollars then I I put down the major categories and I don't disclose and the percentages that the federal government to is allocated are spending our tax dollars in. these various areas I just say now here's the areas and now if you had your choice of where your tax dollars would go I want you to write down what percent you would have to go to this category this category this category and of course this covers everything from military to infrastructure to us all security Medicare health care whatever and so people always write down what percent if they could choose they would allocate do you now it doesn't matter whether you're Republican or Democrat it it never ever comes even close to where the government is allocated our money and the percent that they that they assign to this in this in this in this in this so how come we got here if this is a really what we're talking about is is where our tax dollars gal I mean frankly I'm a little bit. not a little bit a whole bunch but retired that for it the last in a year and a half and frankly the last three years almost we've had as still made we've just sat there and and all they've done is investigate investigate investigate and there has been very little to legislate and address the problems that we as as American voters have voted them into office to solve and I don't care if we're talking about dad health care immigration or whatever why don't you get together and figure out what we're going to agree upon instead of just spending all of our tax dollars and all the salaries and everything like that investigating investigated investigating now folks this is just a really I'd waste of our tax dollars but this is going to probably continue because of the agreed or the the the addiction to power they want to have power to be able to control and do their agenda and they feel like that's been frustrated or whatever folks the point is that out this is the time that you need to take care of taxes sooner than later if you're approaching retirement or if you are younger and you want to see something far better than a tax deferred IRA or four oh one K. because a rock is a step in the right direction and if taxes are going up if you come to one of our educational events I can prove to you mathematically that are Roth IRA or four oh one K. is probably thirty three percent better will give you thirty three percent more in netspend will retirement income or in it will last longer by far than the exact same amount of money in a traditional IRA or four one K. if taxes go up and we all know that that's what's going to happen but see I don't own and I I a reform okay nor a ras because what I own is called the rich man's rod and that's what C. B.. days and tax attorneys call it you don't have to be rich to have one but the rich can't owner Ross but do you know that ninety one percent of Americans are still duped into putting money into traditional Irish a four oh one K.'s being told I'll when you retire you you'll be in a lower tax bracket and that has not been true or axiomatic now for over twenty five years only nine percent put it into rocks well folks I put my money into what CPA's and tax attorneys referred to as the rich man's rod and it's so funny because you don't have to be rich to own one but the rates can't owner rob they make too much money see rob has to benefits you take after tax money and you put it into it and it the grows tax free and when you take it out it's tax free the rich man's rod which I affectionately call in my latest book the laser fond has those two benefits and three additional benefits Ross will never happen I can if I have a banner year I can throw in a hundred two hundred three hundred thousand you can't do that in a rod unless you're doing on a roll over from a traditional IRA or four oh one K. but if I put in a hundred or two hundred thousand and a few days later I have an emergency I can pull out fifty sixty seventy percent maybe in ninety four percent of it you can't do that with the right you have to wait five years or so you're fifty nine and a half there's all the strings attached but there's not a right around that will blossom in value when you die if I were to die in an accident every million right now I have in my laser fun my rich man's rod will blossom to two and a half billion and transfer tax free there's not a rock around that will do that and people say how much does that cost well nothing if you re direct otherwise Babel taxes the causes you support is being paid for with what most people are shelling out an unnecessary income tax so if you would like to learn about a rich man's roster the laser. Ireland and many other very powerful topics to avoid unnecessary tax join is very powerful half day educational event these are absolutely free if you live in the greater San Francisco Bay Area get ready to jot down the cities and the dates that will be coming to these are tied to retire by design when you come we give you a forty page retire by design work book that you fill out throughout the event we also give you our two.
"forty five years" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Was broken forty five years ago the brief note of the envelope said here's my restitution this is ABC news do you owe more than ten thousand dollars in back taxes the IRS has special programs in place that could eliminate or reduce your tax debt by thousands of dollars with a call to eighty eight you can stop the wage garnishment levees and tax liens now the IRS is currently accepting reduce settlements and other favorable programs you may qualify for substantial savings so get the help you need if you owe the IRS ten thousand dollars or more called eighty eight to see if you qualify eight hundred eight zero five ten fifty five that's eight hundred eight zero five ten fifty five eight hundred eight zero five ten fifty five. I'm sherry Preston ABC news. do you sell stuff online then you know what a pain it shipping can be it's time consuming it's expensive it's a hassle until now introducing ship station the fastest easiest and most affordable way to get your products to your customers what do you sell stuff on Amazon S. C. Shopify or your own website we ship station you can quickly ship all orders from one easy to use dashboard saving you a ton of time there's even an easy to use mobile apps you always have access plus you'll save money we ship stations deeply discounted rates from all the top carriers like USPS UPS FedEx and more you can always choose the best care at the lowest rate for every package it's no wonder ship station is rated number one by online sellers in right now you can try ship station free for sixty days that's right free just go to ship station dot com and enter promo code I heart we guarantee ship station will make getting orders to your customers a lot easier that ship station dot com promo code I heart ship station make ship happened BC now.
"forty five years" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Forty five years old and her daughter nominee. Treater now in custody. Conspiracy. Victims include two of the mothers children a twenty five year old that a thirteen year old her forty five year old sister and the sisters nine year old twin daughters. This sisters teenage son has been found safe with friends in New Jersey, and is not considered a suspect so far no word on the causes of death or a motive just days after the first ever Vatican conference on sex abuse, wrapped up cardinal, George. Pell the ones third most powerful man at the Vatican has been found guilty of sexually abusing children in Australia. Correspondent Megan Williams report jury found the seventy seven year old pal guilty of molesting two choirboys moments after celebrating mass in one thousand nine hundred eighty six the verdict against pal came in early December two thousand eighteen but was subject to a suppression order and could not be reported until now Pels conviction is another major blow to the reputation of the Vatican hierarchy and pope Francis promise of zero tolerance of sex abuse in the Catholic church. Well, the order was lifted the suppression order after prosecutor. I decided not to bring a second trial against Pell for his part. Pell who served as Vatican treasurer? At a close advisor to pope Francis has repeatedly maintained his innocence. His legal team has filed an appeal. Thirty six degrees now, fair skies the humidity. Twenty nine percent, the Windsor west at fifteen miles an hour. Thirty six going up to thirty seven real feel temperature is thirty wins. News time to thirty-six another film about Queen.
"forty five years" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"Yes. Yeah. So there's this opportunity to restore my foot 'age and in doing so the studios just realized how it told a story and David fifteen years because as we became teenagers. We took these new sports as oppose backpacking around the world to various places like to Bali Mexico Europe in the days before tourism. And so we were able to film the the coach of the place at the time well before any kind of other visitors. It'd be me and said last paradise any is a story of how'd you say adventure travel? But it's also the story of how the world has changed over forty five years. And I I made it out fifty to make this movies. I was was forty five years later to the into the invited to complete the movie and tell us. Story of I suppose, all my friends in Australia and New Zealand who pioneered that journey and also shows a shifting parenting too because this footage there of you boys with your parents in Africa. And as you said, they were twenty times more wild animals, then and you're sleeping in tents. And you guys would just little toddlers little thoughts just run running around. I can't see any parenting Twenty-eight doing that. Yeah. Yeah. It was quite dangerous because the animals weren't us to humans in the also they were abundant in the gentle countryside as well as in national parks. So you had nothing else. The only way you could can't was in in your van, and my parents let outside the Dan in a lean to and we sit inside the van and the security as it was. It was pretty scary. But I think the effective that was that when we came to New Zealand and Australia Trudeau strategy full news even for year, we we had this real appetite for danger, and they wild animals in New Zealand or such. So we took to the wilderness in the waterfalls and the lakes and the rivers and the mountains. And that's where we met. These other kids is that we wanted to taste of danger every day with the after school or on the weekends. So. Also, everything was different than in that indoors with a place for the parents outdoors is where the kids went to get away from the rules, which were you couldn't make a noise inside. And it has changed now. And so we went as soon as they could in the doors and debts. We we mitt these other kids who are likewise into to the apples, and they they all had the same the wanted to to experiment with the forces of nature and how they could tap the forces makeshift for some kind of adrenalin does that's the same as last Howard off and things like this. You know, when you think about some windsurfing? The way. I remember it in the film. You'll correct me if I'm wrong Clive. But all of a sudden, you know, in, you know, we'll Nina heats end the waves wounds clean as I used to be. There was a lot of weans coming on shore side of the boys still wanted to get out there to have a sieve. So they came up with putting a chi- on board using a like a loop Lungi as the kind of mine, man. Can you explain that? Yeah. It was really David technology that then so you just improvised. And it was it's not like we could shit technology people in Australia and New Zealand that were trying to find a way to use. This winds appeared in ninety nine hundred the way to change the wins. You cold fifth of the only hadn't, and it meant that the desisting was deteriorated for us to dictate and so we turned away to use the wind to keep them safe in the waves and gave to this news full of failing which whistles trying to very saying for now and had very humble, beginnings and comical beginnings. And also what came out of that was because there was so much forces in taking this full it into the air, and then landing. One way on another way, the the boars would just break. So what needed to be pine me? Then was a new former sip for construction, and that you see into sits with the America's Cup challenge that there's the strange Zealand head, and that technology was shade. And it became the state of the outset board as we know today came out of that..
"forty five years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Cash flow during. Those forty five years while the problem is They have to. Be able to take care of themselves for eighty. Five years and people say well you know but my parents took care of me when I was, young, yes but you take care of your children and it all kind of. Evens, out when the question, is how many jobs. Are there out there that will neighbor you to make enough money in forty. Five years to take care of you and your families. For eighty five, years plus by the way be able to not just survive but do the things you? Want to do be able to give back to the community, or the church or the, synagogue or, the temple or whatever it may be and the reality is the numbers real small. Okay, and so what I just want you to think about. Right now is we have to, change our thought process instead of focusing on? Labor. Day and thinking about the joys of labor and look I've been parts of unions when. I was younger and I've done. Physical labor when. I was younger I. Sorted cherries all kinds of stuff coming up but as a. Bag boy back in the day but the reality is is that while those are not to be careful how i say this they are noble professions to the extent that it's good honest work but it's not going to get you where you want to be in life to keep doing those types of jobs and in fact the vast majority of any type of job that's out there so the first thing i want to kind of just think about is how is it that we change our mindsets so that we go from thinking that labor is noble which it is don't misunderstand what i'm saying but there are other things that are noble as well and capital use and capitalism and the personal capitalism again that i brought up a few weeks ago to me is critically important and if you think about an actual recording this on the night of the elections and they they had the announcement about what happened in florida so you have basically the democratic socialist who's running for governor and then you have kind of the trump person running for governor l. be fascinating to see which way this comes out i suspect the democratic socialist isn't going to do all that well but you know i don't know i'm having lived in florida a long time but the the one of the things that we brought up a several weeks ago is in a socialist economy one of the reasons that everyone is poor is because the only thing they can really use is their labor the government basically controls the capital and therefore the government gets to dole out who are the winners in the society as opposed to being based on merit or whatever else it may be you can argue that it is an all american i'll buy into that but fundamentally here you can achieve in a way that you can't in a socialist country because the only thing you can offer in the in the socialist country is again either your brain power or your physical brute strength whatever it may be but you can't offer capital and without the ability to offer capital it is impossible to again earn enough money to be anything but poor in the long run and this is why you look at venezuela that has more oil than i think any other country in the world and now you're seeing the company country totally collapsed because of just the way it mismanaged its resources and the big part of the resource it mismanaged was capital and how capital was allocated so one of the first big messages is don't be venezuela okay we want to be the early days of the united states and now i'm not talking about slavery or anything else get off that stuff but i'm talking about is that facile arguments here what i'm talking about is where people could use their own capital and make their own way it was easier to start a business because there wasn't as much regulation and there was war real growth it wasn't just all driven by dead but here's the key if you really want to understand how to make your money work for you in the market i'm going to be teaching a class on this topic what are the bays we can use our money most effectively it doesn't matter if the market's going up down or sideways if you wanna.
"forty five years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Six and also to own aspirin prieta and also to go to the website you'll see a nice video there that can also help you understand more of why you would want attend the workshop all right as promised let's go out to chill avesta and speak lloyd lorraine louis and you're in this morning visual bent chase how can we help you well good morning no i just you're commenting about the johnson and johnson towel yes when my daughter was three years old she's now forty eight i was putting some talcum on her after i had changed her diaper and i heard on the teeth the tv was on and i heard all the tv at that time that to be very careful about how much talk you put on like a baby especially in their diaper because they re so now i get the little particles chow would get up into the body if there was a the tiniest amount of of a little wound a little cut some something that eight to in order for the body to protect itself it would grow something around that perhaps a tiny tiny cut even light wisconsin cut perhaps that's what i remember right the thing about some type of cancer is forty five years ago you said they're lowering yes it was i was in chula vista california at the los on channel apartments on f street and she was on the the carpet and i had a little thing underneath her and i was putting out the honor and i suddenly they had this advertisement about johnson and johnson and its relationship to know causing cancer in women i guess it was i think i'm going to really pressure bevery here was from johnson johnson doing it was just a public service warning or were they don't remember that far back but i do remember the statement because johnson johnson that might be something can say well yes we actually did tell people but if it wasn't then at somebody else and johnson's still betting not acknowledging it so but that's very good to hear well lorraine thank you very much for.
"forty five years" Discussed on Filmspotting
"And why i'm so curious to see what he's going to do next is there are these through lines and common themes in his work but i'm as guilty as anyone else it's sort of pigeonholing an artist and expecting the same thing from them he made a movie about these young gay men oh you find out then in some interviews that he's gay too and i think looking the hbo series he did that was short lived that came out before forty five years at twenty fourteen that was about gay men so you think okay well that's that's who he is he's gonna make queer cinema and that's great i wanna see those movies too but i just had that expectation and then you find out that he's making a movie about a straight couple in their sixties or seventies trying to celebrate forty five years of marriage that doesn't make any sense and confounds us and then he goes from that to a movie about a sixteen year old boy and a horse so he is very much dealing with some of the same connective tissue and exploring some of the same ideas and problems but finding drastically different ways to do it so upends is the good word to use their because each time he's up ended our expectations of him and these movies all seem just also up and our expectations within their narratives and their john ras now they don't do it in a way that's like i don't think we would describe anything here as a plot twist now maybe forty five years might be closer to something like that but these aren't like jump back shocking nell ashi ways of subverting the genera right now they're subtle shifts in what a movie that looks like this that we've seen before.
"forty five years" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"No one is more no one knows small noon find out how we can help you contact us yesterday two now on international women's day any number of unresolved issues being raised the world over not least the continuing gender inequality in pay it is forty five years since france enacted equalpay laws but the government is now setting out plans to find companies that are still discriminating against women under these plans they would have to install special software which would monitor their payroll to highlight those inequalities which are enemy in the studio for more on this is sympathetic to his the uk a correspondent for false venkatesh uh the gender pay gap in france he's action a little bit lower than the eu average ninepercent in eu averages about eleven percent boughts gender equality is an issue that among your mccall has task talked about through the campaign has said he wants to make a focal point of his presidency that's right and he's actually here being a man of his word because his prime minister has introduced these proposals uh they w we'll be actually discussed at a ministerial meeting a cabinet meeting at the end of the month as you say nine percent now what is interesting is when you look at the legislation the legislation a lot of it already exists equal work equal pay but it's not just about introducing legislation it's about applying the legislation it's about having inspectors checking i said this would could rupel a actually the czechs the spot checks our own companies for example is also not just about legislation it's about shifting the cultural mindset a and france has quite a mixed picture ray i mean it got women got the vote quite late there in government i think as soon as 1930 six before they actually got the vote so unlike british woman who 100 years ago while some women here got the vote so it's about s our respect um and i think that some of the unions and some of the companies are quite concerned about this.
"forty five years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Illegal migration in forty five years president trump made it clear that he was going to be tough on immigrants and after he won the election the numbers decline sharply many immigrants who are coming now are people who can't deport quickly asylumseekers who have a right to have their case heard before an immigration judge spent a little time at the border in laredo and within just an hour we saw eight people who had presented themselves to authorities requesting asylum the numbers that are really way up over the last year or not at the border the rest of immigrants inside the country in towns and cities that are losing judges for weeks at a time to these border courts the trump administration has said there pleased with the results of this surge of immigration judges that it's been a success the director of the justice department agency that oversees the immigration court sad and i quote mobilized immigration judges had completed approximately twenty seven hundred more cases than expected if they had not been detailed essentially he argued the judges who were sent to the border about a hundred of them in all they completed twenty seven hundred more cases than they would have if they stayed in their home courts but that doesn't take into account that sending judges to the border meant that at least twenty two thousand cases around the country had to be rescheduled in the first three months alone perhaps for a year as in judge none of charlotte cases or perhaps three years lake in judge burmans courtroom we reached out to the justice department for comment they didn't respond to our request for an interview but they did answer some questions over email unofficial stressed that the backlog an immigration court is getting better to be clear they haven't actually reduced the backlog it's still increasing but they point out that it's increasing at a slower rate it was growing at over three percent per month when president trump took office and it's less than half a percent now but it's unclear if this change was because the justice department sent judges.
"forty five years" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Eight million forty five years and so are we going to mark this day and we got to remind americans and remind ourselves that uh this fifty eight million would have paid into social security paid into medicaid board cars houses a bertrand of breakfast remember intangible bad you have to take into consideration as the replacement yes level of our each each one bureau fifty natural as era if tho for replacement level of each one of them would have had to replace a mother and father in that now we talking about a doubling in the doubling their number are directly mattiello oil brooklyn yeah that number so what we see is um through in immigration illegal immigration uh that uh that the black community who contributed more though the boertien than anybody else has certain number ef breaks monterey now the second largest minority grueling america compared to the hispanic and the latino community which is almost double be uh what the black community s is i mean we're thirty eight million and a recent asahi third is thirty eight million as it because there's been a law that a grow finesse net because of the at the re re repopulating of in the afghan uh in their african american community its net decline as because of of their we have a number of blacks have come from other countries this repopulate new york their community s and and the thing about of years that bill latino in the hispanic yes numbers were twelve million known when reagan gave out amnesty today there are unknown forty eight million now we just heard that the daca people were supposed to be eight hundred thousand old boy right yeah now we're here number three and a half million we are here to tell us a on essay that another equality a whole lot as a whole lie and linda and because of chiang mai gration added that number could eveything crews even more eight am piously eightto10 made two eight to ten mediator lemon mere act vod yudo that that democrats see that as a as a underclass of voters right here at eight to ten million especially as some of those states like texas that saw this purple vacant of you i'm sorry this red day can turn no states purple right there really having influence so inau real influence on a state like dan look look be hurricane now maria worth yet hit puerto rico.
"forty five years" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Service shop that's forty five years in running we always have to have the via in number all we can't order apart even a spark plug because they change applaud like the forward infamous forward the better idea that wasn't a better idea with a plugs it break off at i don't know how many of you out there have had that uh oh i think oh seven five six seven some where in that range they had the extended and it was all about emissions in what they did folks is meant and for you those of you are car people uh they extended they put a tube onto the end of the spark plug were the threads stop and that tube and crimped onto the of the spark plug sticks into the cylinder and then extended the poorest on an the uh the rod the the new york electrode down into the tube so they could get the fire start to fire deeper into the chamber after all and if you start a fire to think of a tp if you've got to start a fire and he had a wooden tp an eu an old are pyramid you would wanna start to fire in the middle so it would propagate so it would burn evenly and and that would therefore it would spread faster and that's exactly be what happens in a combustion chamber if you can get the spark in the center of the chamber well that's easier said than done it and that's why ford made this spark plug and at that help them past emissions because it was more efficient except that that tube that's exposed to this combustion chamber corroded with uh the carbon an and byproducts of a combustion chamber show that when you unscrewed the spark plug the tube had to pull its way out of out of a hole that was the size of the tube for the two had carmen on it and when you on screwed to plug that end of the plug woke off in stuck in the cylinder bad news good news when i come back at aaa car clinic we have jim from detroit and.
"forty five years" Discussed on Super Station 101
"President joao forty five years forty five years yeah if you own density is any indication of there were dogged years now there are traumas and are usually the presidency usually the present ages him we're the ones really very quickly exactly but here's the thing sometimes there are times when you and the president agree there are some rare things you guys agree on while for instance just the other day he tweeted this he said polka had an is just stated that the democrats led by the legendary crooked hillary clinton rigged the primaries let's go fbi and justice department that must have felt good the president agreed on something because jake tapper did ask you in an interview do you think of the primaries were rigged and just said yes so let's do both hands the first have donald trump thinks if he's going to start every one of these tweets see me with some kind of racist slur mayors are racist that he's gonna shut me the morgue past is not going to work in the future i love it not you gotta so calling elizabeth warren polka highs but our phone she says she was in eu she did that's why i prefer to car folke hanell's since fo means fake right but ghana fake on us motor motoharu soka homemake with always in alabama be fake on what you say fake harness what focused on us spell it can't spell it a commercially soldiers pseudo now that would work foca harness but polka hanas is now a racial slur so so all these low girls are dressed up as prevalent as prowler wing you are they all the polka honest apple sh of say that in the store hush maybe hush as puncos don't hey that anymore but fogel hottest boca harness happy thanksgiving give me a third new mink own that's where they are that is where we are in the world in they avoid the whole don't you agree with donald trump on something now i would love to have the script by the way calls win when elizabeth warren made their first full snide comment that that was actually kinda funny it was really fun up on us but you said.
"forty five years" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"It's been said that you should know the truth injuries shall set you free what is the truth well it depends on how you apply it because there is universal truth truth period is eternal like one of the universal truth that i've learned that it's not what you get or achieve in life it's the person you become in the process but then is that personal troop that i subscribe to and that personal truth is who identify with and how i identify spiritually which has most important to me because when we think about identity we think in terms of culture race religion you know who your parents were social status et cetera but when i resolved the identity crisis through my relationship with god and that i was made in the image of god and i began to think of myself in that way it changed the game from me what is the biggest obstacle to peace as he see it selfishness home i think in order to love we've got to be unselfish and people not willing to let go of their own self interests i think they would be peace my wife and i will be married forty five years this year and in the beginning because love is redemptive its sacrificial and it's unconditional so when we got married forty five years ago we had a list of the things that we loved about each other right and it's wonderful but after a while we discovered that if you have reasons to love someone you have conditions and when the conditions are not met the relationship is in trouble bulletscarred so today we love each other for no reason.
"forty five years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A forty forty five years of dictatorship well actually it's closer to seventy okay how are you going to replace there well i again i i i think that if you take a liquid to happen in germany uh with uh uh communist germany versus uh free germany that was done and it was done from the standpoint of taking some the wealth from the west and giving it to the east and you know that sort of by help pacify a lot of things i think that would go a long way uh the other part of it is if we don't do it after seventy years how much longer do we need to be there are we going to be there how much more are we going to invest not only in time and and uh uh effort and money but also from the standpoint of a running in two possible scenarios where while we we are confronting china which is trying to emperor half russia yeah so i guess from getting yet is i think now is the time i mean certainly this guy has to be removed his family line has to be removed but i think it's also a time may be because they tried in eighty five to reconcile i in two thousand uh there was a attempted reconciliation neither one came about i i really think it needs to be done both both the united states i think china and russia have to get together and say look we're not backing you guys anymore you you get together and and you know dan doesn't leave and more or less of the aisle she had no me and zone where uh where china and russia don't influence united states doesn't influence it not now granted how are you know by both know that china and russia would be cheating in that regard and eventually they would have an influence over there but i think there because it's more key uh uh economically uh better then what north korea gives in south korea i think china would lead in south korea influence the north in the same way that they took over hong kong when eight when he took over hong kong the did not go in near and massacure every buddy and turned it into a communist state because china's no longer really communism in the truest and.
"forty five years" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Buddy news i love this sewn more to be i believe served for the monday's basically forty five years i took like opinion on in this office only beat fifteen yeah in this i was told every monday when when marbles alive that was i was fifteen says fifteen fucking news this all came out of that was born up was in the air saying that is came out when i got to nineteen sixty three and my dad said get to my mom the my dad died so my mom would always put play this song fan on monday morning so i got man have the planet have to should time ahead the i went with in colorado playing on monday moments the smoke a join for the spirit but that that's really strong that's why sold ryan song some different he was he released that's all and it on my birthday and one of my favorite cuba centers bennie moderate dynamo but you know what i'm ready for a fucking cup i was should be it going deep tonight yeah okay can i great one of the just took two i was ripped aware of what fuck at the that's than the china police on it later right overly man so you look like the foot good thing and when do you go look of oh shifts i won't fuck it when you look up there for the time to loosen you that's true story brother but i told them up to stop drinking and there's lindor should diet what you double was in your system can go are yeah i have little stop level of stopped smoking.