36 Burst results for "Four Year"

Israel’s Parliament Dissolves, Paving Way for Election in November

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 hrs ago

Israel’s Parliament Dissolves, Paving Way for Election in November

"Israel's parliament dissolves itself to set up another election Has voted to dissolve itself marking the end of a year old experimental coalition government and sending the country to the poles on November 1 for the 5th time in less than four years following the vote Israel's foreign minister and architect of the outgoing coalition government embraced Naftali Bennett Israel's shortest serving prime minister before they swapped chairs The government has collapsed just over a year after it was formed in a historic move to saw longtime leader Benjamin Netanyahu ousted after 12 years in power by a coalition of ideologically diverse parties the

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 Israel's parliament dissolves, sets 5th election in 4 years

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 hrs ago

Israel's parliament dissolves, sets 5th election in 4 years

"Israel's parliament dissolves itself to set up another election Has voted to dissolve itself marking the end of a year old experimental coalition government and sending the country to the poles on November 1 for the 5th time in less than four years following the vote Israel's foreign minister and architect of the outgoing coalition government embraced Naftali Bennett Israel's shortest serving prime minister before they swapped chairs The government has collapsed just over a year after it was formed in a historic move to saw longtime leader Benjamin Netanyahu ousted after 12 years in power by a coalition of ideologically diverse parties the

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Fresh update on "four year" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:39 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "four year" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"One O four two zero against a dollar British pound 1.2127, the yen of one 36.27 and Bitcoin this morning down 5.4% at $19,100. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Now here's Michael Barr with more on most going on around the world, Michael. Karen, thank you very much. The House committee investigating last year's assault on the U.S. capitol says it had peanut former White House console pat cipollone to appear on July 6th for a closed door deposition. Cipollone has emerged in recent weeks as a subject of interest by committee members who say he was at the center of a number of events related to the attack on January 6th. Israel's parliament has voted to dissolve itself, sang in the country to the polls for the 5th time in less than four years. In baseball, the Yankees beat the a's 5 three, the mets lost, along with the nationals Orioles and giants, the Red Sox won. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries, I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg, Nathan. Okay, Michael, thank you. It is 6 19 on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is Bloomberg daybreak. As we get ready to close the books on a very rough first half for equity investors, we're joined this morning by Bloomberg TV anchor and markets correspondent Danny Berger with a slide from our studios in London. Danny, should we get into the superlatives about just how bad it's been if you're long stocks? Man, yeah, it's been really bad, not a lot of places to take shelter. We're start to the year since 1962, which I think is probably the most juicy and depressing superlative. And look, it's not like you could hide out in bonds either. I mean, we're on track for the worst year in bonds also. So I mean, just all around, unless you're talking about commodities, just a really bad search of the year. Yeah, certainly has been and when you look at futures this morning as deep in the red as they are right now, you have to wonder where things go as we enter the second half with so much fear in this market around inflation and the risk of a recession. Yeah, exactly. And some of the action we might be seeing today, of course it is quarter and month and first half. And so there certainly is some rebalancing going on, but if everyone's fleeing equities, it does kind of show you that managers are trying to get out of the stock market. So when they report their holdings for going into this quarter, their clients aren't saying, hey, why are you in stocks when they've just been absolutely pummeled? And I think that's kind of part of the problem is this question we ask of whether we've seen capitulation or not, sentiment is certainly bad enough to suggest that we're at max bearishness, but a lot of folks out there saying we can have further to go. We haven't priced in earnings deteriorating, so that's another thing that could take equity markets down. And we haven't totally priced in the prospect of a recession. So yeah, things look bad. I guess it could always be worse. Yeah, and we've heard from one veteran investor who spoke to Bloomberg just this week saying he could see the S&P 500 dropping as low as 3100. 3800 handle right now. I mean, what's the sense out there on Wall Street global Wall Street as we get into the second half about where things could go from here? What kind of levels we could be seeing? I think it really is divided in terms of whether you think there will be a recession or not. I kind of come out on this of look, the fed in some ways wants wealth destruction. The destruction, they're not going to step in because the stock market is so bad. So recession or not, kind of a feature, not a bug of what the fed is trying to do to get less spending to have demand in line with supply are things like stocks and bonds selling off. So I think just sort of a feature of this inflation combating fed, it stands to reason that stocks could sell off from here regardless of whether we have a recession or not. Now, if we have a recession, it could sell off more deeply. So that's percolating on wall shoot, but I should say the part of Wall Street, the sell side analyst looking at individual companies, there's a great story out on Bloomberg this morning, basically saying that they haven't changed their estimates for earnings for your end for these individual stocks and you get these ridiculous numbers expecting stocks to rally some 300% into your end. So there's still some optimism there founded that is I'm not quite sure. Yeah, that's interesting to bring into the conversation, Danny, because you've been hearing quite a lot for many analysts about where earnings expectations are right now thinking that they're so high that they're going to have to come down as we get into the third quarter and the rest of this year. What kind of headwind could that post for stocks analysts potentially bring down their expectations for how much companies are going to earn going forward? It's definitely a large one. Goldman Sachs out this week saying that the expectations are unrealistic. We haven't priced in margins. I think this is the real issue because last year we talked about yes inflation is bad, but companies are still

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Caller Who Attended Jan. 6 Never Saw a Gun, Knife or Threat

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | 20 hrs ago

Caller Who Attended Jan. 6 Never Saw a Gun, Knife or Threat

"When I got to the capitol time and amongst the crowd and I was there for several hours, I never once saw a gun, I never once saw a knife, I never once saw anybody communicate in a threat either as someone in attendance or a capitol police officer. I never heard one person say, let's go burn it down. Nothing at all like that. So Charles, here's what gets me. Charles here's what gets me. About the AR-15s, because Cassidy Hutchinson, she says that she heard from somebody who heard from somebody that there were people armed with AR-15s all over the place. My question is, okay, well, why didn't the D.C. police department step in? If in fact, the D.C. police saw these weapons, that's a crime those kinds of weapons are illegal in Washington, D.C., so why didn't they intervene? Exactly. And I can tell you that the police department was around the capital, hundreds of them, and you're exactly right. If a cop stall, somebody walking with an AR-15, they're going to either arrest them, or they're going to take them out. And if the crowd was so heavily armed, why weren't any weapons confiscated, why weren't any police officers shot by the protesters? The only people that died that day were all Trump supporters. And the only person shot was actually by that. And they know it's a lot. And I don't think that this committee is what they're doing is designed to reveal the truth is just designed to do damage to Donald Trump. But here's my thing. All these little lies that they tell and they told over the last four years, they get away with it. There's never accountability. And my hope is that when the Republicans take control in November, that we not only launch investigative committees on January 6th, but also on November 3rd, 2020.

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Pete Hegseth and Doug Discuss Confronting the Local School Board

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:46 min | 1 d ago

Pete Hegseth and Doug Discuss Confronting the Local School Board

"The things that bothers me the most in our political conservatives, I think we're we get isolated on thinking top thinker. And I say this in this way. We're oscillating on the president, the Senate, the U.S. Congress, maybe a governor, but we fail to see that in our, even in our local communities where we just don't want to think these things are going on. It's the local school boards. You know, if you talk about this, because there'll be some who can't make that option. But what they can do and we've seen over the past year and I've heard you talk about this as well is confront the local school boards. And understand that at the same time moving the children giving that ability to turn. But I've been very disappointed at conservatives. Republicans in particular. There are areas of criminal justice reform, education reform. We as conservatives don't feel like, I mean, what it looks like. I hear other members of Congress and others, they don't all, yeah, I'm for school choice, but I don't want to lead it. I'm for this, but it's like, when did anybody it's almost like we've lost our willingness to realize our history of the buckleys and others that you go out and you confront as an intellectual superiority, the conservative movement. Well, you're precisely right. We have the principles, but they have the positions. And so we think by voting every two or four years, we're going to vote our way out of this problem. And the book thoroughly disavows the reader that this is an effective strategy. It's exactly how we got where we are. And yes, running for school board is a part of the solution. If you don't have an alternative or your lifestyle doesn't provide an option to homeschool or find a classical Christian school, and they are in that public school, then you better be all over it. Or run for those positions to oversee it. But don't go there to be a placeholder and think you're just going to vote and solve everything. You got to be aggressive. You got to be an activist. You have to be involved.

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US officials return to Venezuela amid gas price hike

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

US officials return to Venezuela amid gas price hike

"Senior by the administration officials have quietly traveled to Venezuela in the latest bid to rebuild relations with the South American oil giant AP correspondent Norman hall reports A State Department spokesperson says the U.S. delegation that arrived in Caracas includes ambassador James story who heads the U.S. government Venezuelan affairs unit out of neighboring Colombia The visit comes as the Ukraine war drags on and is driving gas prices higher because of sanctions on Russia The delegation also includes roger karstens the special presidential envoy on hostage affairs His visit is said to be a welfare check focus on the safety of several detained U.S. citizens including a group of oil executives from Houston based citgo jail for more than four years There have been recent signs of thawing relations between Washington and Caracas On Norman

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Which Rights Are Mentioned in the Constitution?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:30 min | 2 d ago

Which Rights Are Mentioned in the Constitution?

"Let's stop for a second. Where do you get a right in the constitution? First of all, remember, rights don't come from the constitution. I'll say it again because there are some people who are unclear on it. Rights do not come from the constitution. Rights are recognized in the constitution. Human beings are endowed with certain freedoms. One, the right to speak freely, the right to worship as you see fit. Those are endowed by our creator. They are recognized those two in the First Amendment. By the constitution, but they don't come from the constitution. If you look through the entire constitution, including all the amendments, you will not find the word abortion. Because it's not there. So it's not expressly recognized in a constitution. Now, constitutions also clear that all rights, which we, as human beings, have are not necessarily in the constitution. Dobbs reiterates that those rights, how do you know those rights exist? Okay. You look at history. Were they recognized throughout history and Samuel Edo goes through and says, look, like four years before roe V wade, 5 years before, abortion was outlawed in at least 40 states or very heavily controlled. At least 40 states.

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Still Little to No News in January 6 Hearings

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:02 min | 5 d ago

Still Little to No News in January 6 Hearings

"We also got on the panel last night to the one 6 hearing, and a big surprise, a big surprise for me. I learned something from the one securing history, cut number 23. What do you make of this hearing today and overall how these have kind of come out methodically? Well, today I learned something new. Something that's unusual. I learned that the assistant attorney general for the office of legal counsel, Steve engel. I've only met once and had a long conversation with once. But he very highly esteemed in Washington, D.C., and he served in that job four years for president Trump. When asked by president Trump what he would do if he fired the acting attorney general replaced him with a Trump oil is further down. He said, I'll quit. And the president backed off. That's news. That's the first time I've learned something from these hearings. And so the reason the public is fundamentally disinterested in what is going on in the Nancy Pelosi won 6 committee is that there is precious little news in these carriers. But when there is some, I notice it. And I know that the president got pushed back from one of his most trusted age and we ought to know that.

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SCOTUS Rejects Maine's Ban on Tuition Aid to Religious Schools

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:24 min | Last week

SCOTUS Rejects Maine's Ban on Tuition Aid to Religious Schools

"Let me begin with the rundown. The Supreme Court yesterday, again, again, for maybe the third time in four years. Told every single government entity in the United States, it may not discriminate against religious individuals, institutions, or programs, in particular we have repeatedly held that a state violates the free exercise clause of the constitution, when it excludes religious observers from otherwise available public benefits. That's the chief justice Roberts, writing for a 6 to three Supreme Court ordering the state of Maine that their scholarship student scholarship program for students who must lead the county. Because there is no secondary school. In far away, north Maine, way up in the Woods. There are many counties that do not allow do not have secondary schools. There aren't enough students to justify the cost of the expense, and so they just give a voucher to every high school student, the state of Maine gives every high school student in the north of Maine that the west of Maine, the tree of Maine, this one giant forest, with some people living it, they each get a voucher and they go off to prep school and go to any school they want. Except Maine said you can't go to a religious school, and the Supreme Court said, that's unconstitutional, and I've been predicting that's unconstitutional for an entire year because I teach con law. I teach at First Amendment seminar.

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Becoming a Radio 'Talkmaster' in 1978

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | Last week

Becoming a Radio 'Talkmaster' in 1978

"But now the mailroom that was right up my alley. And I worked for a guy named Grady who loved talk radio in the local talk radio station. And so I fell in love with talk radio listening to folks like Brad clay and bob queso and all these great great colorful provocative talk show hosts. This is way before talk radio exploded the way it has around the country. And I decided to try to take a tour of the radio station to see what it looked like. And I got in my beat up pale blue Volkswagen bug and drove over to Cincinnati's street over in Dayton near the university of Dayton arena. And got a tour of the radio station and I saw a memo on the bulletin board that said, we're still looking for that young talk master. That was what they called talk show host back in those rather pretentious times. And I thought, well, I can do that. I could talk. So I knocked on the program director's door and I said, I can do it. I can go on. Give me a shot. And he said, well, kid, the guy who's on the air tonight has the flu, I'm supposed to cover for him, but I don't really want you. Why don't you go on and go on air? Now I think 17 and a half years old, scared to death. And I started ranting and raving. I didn't just say I was pro life. I said, their baby killers. Fry them. I'm pro capital punishment. Fry the bait. I mean, I didn't know what I was doing. I'm yelling and ranting and raving. And they hired me. The next day, they said, you got a job. And I became a talk show host in 1978. What are we now? 40 four years later. And I'm still a big mouth on the radio, probably not much more sophisticated than those

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Iowa Supreme Court: Abortion not fundamental right in state

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Iowa Supreme Court: Abortion not fundamental right in state

"The Iowa Supreme Court cleared the way for lawmakers to severely limit or ban abortion in the state The court reversed a decision it made four years ago guaranteeing the right to abortion under the Iowa constitution The Iowa Supreme Court is now composed almost entirely of Republican appointees It concluded a less conservative court four years ago made the wrong decision Abortion providers had challenged a 2020 law that required a 24 hour waiting period before a woman can get an abortion A judge who struck down the law side of the state's high court's 2018 ruling The battle over the 24 hour waiting period in Iowa goes back to district court I'm Ed

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Make Men More Like Men, Not Women

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | Last week

Make Men More Like Men, Not Women

"Ali basti recorded this four years ago, it's relevant right now, and I think we should all listen to it. Rape, murder war. They all have one thing in common. Men. Aggression, violence, ambition unchecked by conscience, all the stuff of toxic masculinity, right? And the solution is obvious. Make men less toxic. Make men less masculine. Make men more like women. But I'm here to tell you that that way of thinking is not only wrong, it's dangerous. Here's why. When you try to make men more like women, you don't get less toxic masculinity. You get more. Why? Because bad men don't become good when they stop being men. They become good when they stop being bad.

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Dr. Ryan Cole on the FDA's Push for COVID Shots for Kids

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Ryan Cole on the FDA's Push for COVID Shots for Kids

"We are not going to take our eye off the ball. We are living in a biomedical fascist moment. And I'm afraid that if we focus too much just on the politics of the day, the bad guys are going to get some things into permanent policy that will make our country less free and hurt your children and grandchildren. With us right now is doctor Cole had the great opportunity getting to know him on a couple episodes of the Charlie Kirk show. Really enjoy his commentary very wise individual and doctor Ryan Cole is with us. Doctor, welcome back to the program. Charlie, great to be with you again. Thank you. So I want to ask you, you know, as we're talking right now, the FDA is on the cusp of approving vaccines for babies and toddlers 6 months through four years old. They might have already approved it, but for my understanding, they haven't yet. If the FDA was on lunch break, tuning into our show, which is highly unlikely, but what would your message be to them and more broadly, what would the message be to our audience when it comes to the FDA's seemingly inevitable approval of vaccines 6 month or four years old? My message would be stop it. This is nothing short of a criminal act. There's no evidence that these children need this shot. This shot is experimental. This shot is a gene based product. It's not a vaccine. We have sufficient data to show that it's unsafe and humanity, the world council for health, Tesla Lowry's group out of bath, the United Kingdom has shown through pharmacovigilance data that these shots are harmful and should be withdrawn from the market. There has not been a single child in the United States since omicron came along in the age groups they're looking at today that has died from

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What It Was Like for John Solomon to Be Publicly Smeared

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

What It Was Like for John Solomon to Be Publicly Smeared

"Now, John is so much a professional that he has assiduously, despite me being explicit in my last question, explicitly, assiduously, avoided talking about himself and what it was like to live through that. Now I'm going to try one more time and then I'm going to move on. But having been in the arena myself, having had 52 attack pieces written against me by one journalist in two months having my wife attacked my 18 year old son attacked in the pages of a quote unquote publication. Would you ask one more time? What was it like for you to be smeared for four years and then this year to be proven right? Can you share a little something, John? Yeah, you know, listen, I'll just hear two anecdotes that I think people don't get to see. We're all humans at the end of the day, we have families. We have people around us that love us and Keras. And it's horrible when you're put through the ringer like you were. There were two moments where I realized just how effective the false narrative had been. One was, I came home one day in the fall of 2019 when the media were really pounding on me saying I'd made up this whole Hunter Biden story. And none of my neighbors would look at me. I've been friends with my neighbors are like, the second I waved out and they all turned away. I finally went over to one of my neighbors across the street and said, hey, what's going on? Did I do something that my lawn grow too long? Is there some bad smell coming on my backyard? What's going on? He's like, well, some people came through in the neighborhood, asking if you were a Russian spy. And they asked us to live above your means. They ask you all these questions like, who the hell was that? It was some people masquerading as reporters. We don't know who they were. But my neighbors were left with the distinct perception that I had been a spy for Russia and that's why I wrote these horrible stories about Hyderabad and obviously over time we fixed that problem pretty quickly. And if I hadn't noticed that my neighbors were shunning me, I might not have picked up

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Defining the New Right With Saurabh Sharma

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Defining the New Right With Saurabh Sharma

"There's a lot of different directions we could take this conversation, but I like having thought leaders that are in the movement, but not necessarily focused on the politics of it, but more on the philosophy and the general direction of where we are headed, ideologically, it's very interesting to me as many people know on this program. I've talked about that I was once kind of a naive neoliberal, because I thought that was the country we lived in, and I thought that the other side would just stop it with their intense game playing and their bullying if we would just kind of come to a detente how naive I was. The new right the new conservative movement understands what time it is and what is necessary to reclaim our great country. One of those thought leaders is someone who runs an organization called American moment, American moment dot org, and that so rob? Sharma, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me on Charlie. So a lot of different directions we could take this. Let's first just give you an opportunity to introduce your organization, American moment, what are you seeking to accomplish? Sure thing. Well, the way I like to put it is that we have a what and a why. During the last year, the Trump administration, I was looking around, I'd had some experience working in Texas politics, thought I was just going to go to the private sector and retire from that game for a while, but I felt like this revolution that president Trump had started in the Republican Party and the conservative movement. It was, it was at risk. Because people were looking to go back to that dead consensus as soon as president Trump left. So we thought that there was a major need to build infrastructure for this new right. People who take immigration seriously who think that maybe these endless wars have been a bad idea to think maybe it wasn't the best idea we'd be industrialized the country. People who are actually willing to fight on culture. And one of the pieces of infrastructure that was really missing was that the personnel pipeline is completely broken in American politics, especially on the right. You just don't have a pipeline of talented, capable conservative, especially in this way. People moving into these roles that no one elects, but have enormous amounts of power. The people who undermine president Trump from the inside of his administration for the better part of four years. So we decided to create an organization that would build up that pipeline from scratch. That's what American moment is. The what is personnel and the why is this America first agenda that ranges across all the issues. And that's actually capable of a animating a right that's useful to the country, but also right that can

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Peter Navarro: Buy a Book & Help With Legal Defense Fund

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Peter Navarro: Buy a Book & Help With Legal Defense Fund

"You did a tremendous job In your life did you ever think you'd face anything like this This is unprecedented in our republic But after four years in the swamp with all the things I encountered not without the realm of possibility particularly after I watched the torture of Donald Trump for four years I mean look one of the things that my lawsuit Mark is I go through the legislative history of those 7 Democrats there on that kangaroo court And for 5 years Mark they tried using lawfare to take Donald Trump out The take him out of office It started with that discredited Russia hoax two impeachment three House resolutions to remove them for office And this law forgive me if I do this but I have to It's going to cost me basically what I know now over $300,000 or more to defend myself here And what I'm asking people to do I've got a new book called taking back Trump's America on Amazon taking back Trump's American people as they want to help just go order the book It's a twofer It'll help me with my legal defense but it also is the blueprint for getting Pelosi to hell out of that house and putting Trump or somebody like him back in The White House in 2024 And look I serve honorably I do in my duty I save literally millions it helps save millions of lives during that pandemic as the defense policy coordinate reduction at policy coordinator And I helped create the boss create hundreds of thousands of jobs that nobody ever questioned anything about my ethics in here They have if they can come for me then come for anybody And when they're coming for me to come in for you they're coming for all 74 million people who voted for Donald Trump and net committee this thing on Thursday Mark What a

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Have We Done Enough? Chris Buskirk Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Have We Done Enough? Chris Buskirk Weighs In

"Chris, you have done something remarkable in terms of having a place for the intellectual activities of America first to be spelled out by crucial voters. And not just voters, but thinkers in that community. Have we done enough of the heavy lifting in the last two years? Tell us what your list of druthers has in terms of what else has to be flashed out in the maga intellectual universe. Yeah, have we done enough now? I mean, if you ask me that next year, if I achieve every goal for at American greatness that we have, I'll still say no and if we achieve and exceed every goal 5 years from now, I'll still say no, there's always a lot of work to do. Well, the idea you're very successful businessman and that's the right attitude, right? Yeah, yes. I mean, I think it is. It would never complain. We've always got to keep our feet moving. And because there really is a lot to do. I mean, we sort of know what our goals are in general. But we need to achieve them. We've achieved some of them, but there's a lot left to do. It's not like we're on the one yard line of getting everything done. We're still deep in our own territory. I mean, the thing about the Trump movement about Donald Trump was that he shined a light on all of those things that had been ignored for a very, very long time. Like I was talking about earlier. The issue, how do we deal with China? How do we deal with the fact that the globalists in our country have exported the United States manufacturing base that we've exported our middle class that we have tens of millions of illegal immigrants in this country that have been let in over the past 20 or 30 years? And what does that do to middle class wages? What does that do to neighbor? It's all of these things. We know what those things are. But we need to we need to implement the fixes. And so part of, you know, part of our job is not just identifying these things. We have to keep up the drum beat that just because we talked about them for the four years of the Trump administration. Those things didn't all get done because the entrenched forces opposing us were significant.

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What to Expect from Jan 6 Hearings

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

What to Expect from Jan 6 Hearings

"NBC and I parted ways after four years in December. And if I ever go back on, it will be to say, I told you so I told you so I told you so because yamiche saying it's a blockbuster set of hearings. Honest to goodness Jake, I was a junior in high school between junior and senior now between sophomore and junior year. I had to take American government in the summer of 1973 and I watched the Watergate hearing. You had no idea what was going to happen. I mean, you were edge of your seat. We watched that four hours a day for summer school, and it was the best summer school class I ever had. Because, you know, yeah, it really no idea what anyone's got Alexander Butterfield comes up and says, oh, there's a tape machine in The White House. You know, nobody, John dean got up there and lied. It just was wild, it was great. I don't think what do you think the rating? Do you think they'll get a one share for this thing? I have no idea what the ratings will be. I can just tell you from my reporting you my reporting is that they have a lot of stuff that we've never seen heard or knew before.

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A highlight from Who Loves Who First?

Live Behind The Veil

11:55 min | 3 weeks ago

A highlight from Who Loves Who First?

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. There were behind the veil. God so loved the world. That he gave his only begotten son. I'm Ron your host, and today we bring back to our awareness. That it was our heavenly father who loved us first. And then did something about it. I have a niece, who was adopted from China, and she spent the first ten years ten months of her life in a crib with 7 other kids. Actually, she wouldn't even be allowed to sit up. She was attached to the crib. It took my sister about four years to get her to accept people. It wasn't a mental thing. It was an emotional thing. Where when she went through something, she would just close off, she wouldn't cry. Even as a, as a baby, she wouldn't cry, she just closed up. And when there were too many people around her, she would close up. What happened is, every time she went into this kind of thing, my sister was told, just to put her on her lap on her lap and hug her, really tightly, until she started relating again, and talked to her. That's how she got her out of it, and now she's a normal person. But it was very, very hard. I think what sandy was talking about is very important to realize what was happening to her. Would this be your niece, sandy? Yes, my niece. Because what she was being denied of was communication. Right. And not only was she being denied communication, she was being denied the communication that she needed. You take a little baby like that, they don't know what they need. Their needs are so simple. That they will accept, pretty much whatever you give them. If you give them love, they'll accept it, and they'll return it. If you feed them, they have that need to be fed, but they really don't understand it. They just know if I cry, somebody will come and feed me, or they'll change me. That simple needs that they have, are brought about by communication. And those simple needs need to be conveyed with love. For that child to learn love, because they don't know what love is. And love starts out being oh boy, I feel much better now. I'm not wet. Oh, wow. This pain that I have here in my body, it disappeared from that wonderful stuff. That they gave me. And pretty soon, the child begins to formulate in their mind what love is. Love is something that makes me feel good. Love is something I can return. They can smile, whether it's gas or not believe what you want. The fact that they see you walk up to the crib, or you talk to them or something, they do the best they can to return, and they wiggle and do all kinds of stuff, and they're trying to return the love to you. Pretty soon, a relationship is formed. Right. And that relationship is very precious to a little child. The only one they got. His mom or dad, or the one who comes and feeds them. The one who changes them, the one who comes and gives them attention. I love sandy's story of the success. The success of just loving and finding ways to love the child. You know, another thing that's really cool is she and my sister, she's 24 years old now, and she and my sister have a really, really good relationship. It was established back then. When my sister just held her. What kind of a relationship do they have? As a mother daughter relationship, but it's also a friend relationship. Is it a love relationship? Oh, yes, very much. That's what I was looking for. Okay. I mean, you can be mother and daughter, father and son. Yeah. You can be friends, but there's one step further. Your sister chose to love that little girl. Sister's heart is so big that she was easily imparted to that little girl. Had a little baby knew what she wanted. She wanted to be loved. That's the way our walk with God is. That's a way. That's why God overlooks all the crap we throw up. You know? Yeah. Isn't that the truth? Can we count on his love? Yeah. That's true. It's really good. You know, you get into actual scripture and kind of a description of what John three 16 is really talking about here in the fact that God so loved us. That he did something about it. Your sister, sandy, could have neglected that child. And God could have neglected us. You know, and just let us go by our wayside. Right. But he loved us so much, that he provided a way for us to be connected with him. You know, it was him giving his son, his only son. To die for us, may sound like something you've heard a 100,000 times, which is really true, it really is the heart of the father and how much he loves us. What I love also is James talks about you can not love without loving from the father. The love that you expressed that your sister had towards your niece is exactly that love of the lord. Your niece has a relationship with your sister. You can't ask for anything else. If you look at galatians 5, it talks about the two sides of things. How the works of the flesh, and then the gifts of the spirit. Well, if you read through those, every one of those the good and bad of it is somebody has to do something in order to make those function. Spirit of the spirit is kindness. You just can't hang on to it. You have to give it to somebody. You have to be kind. Or if you're going to be jealous, you're jealous because of something or some one. You can't just sit here and go, I'm going to be jealous today. That's true. You have to have an expression to somebody else. Right. God did it for us. So it behooves us to do the same for someone else. I really love the examples. The example that you have with your sister because it's a reality and it's something that somebody else can relate to. You know, there are atrocities going on in other parts of the world. Where babies are not treated well, you know, we lose a real revelation of the love that the lord has for these children, for all of us. I mean, I don't care if you're a 102 years old or still a child in God's sight. Yeah. And I lose the revelation of the love that he has for each and every individual. So much soul that his son suffered so that we could have access to loving him. Right. Right. There's one thing that sandy was talking about that were all very much aware of and a lot of times people don't want to think about it. And that's who loved to first. And in sandy's case, her sister showed that little girl love first. That's right. You mentioned sandy, the very unique relationship they have now on how strong it is. Mother daughter. They are all bet you best of Friends. Yes, sir. That's because your sister took the initiative to love first. And believe it or not, sports fans, that's what happened to us. God loved us first. I don't think there's anybody that can say, oh yeah, I woke up one morning. I was 6 years old, and I said, you know, God, I really love you. Well, he loved you a long time before you were 6 years old. Yep. He loved us at the foundation of the earth. When we were created. How much time has passed? Till we begin to realize that relationship. And I think that happens when we realize and accept, adoption, the sons. That is part of what your niece experienced from her mother. And little child doesn't know she's adopted, or he's adopted. They just know this person loves me. And as we acknowledge that, we're starting to return to our father what he wants. He wants to be loved because he loved us. Right. And that's called worship. That's how the foundation of our worship is saying God. I receive your love and I give it back to you. Well, today we've seen that our heavenly father was our example on how to love. Let's return his love to him and follow his example by putting into action our love for one another. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:45 min | 10 months ago

"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

"As much as you're gonna get well she's your daughter not good luck. Thank richard. you're a wonderful guy. Nice day zia christie christie to be good. Okay okay chrissie yeah. We'll leave you to to chat zone. I love solving these little million confident. Boy oh boy will look. It's happened again. You wasted another perfectly. Good our listening to car talk. Our esteemed producer is doug. The subway fugitive not a slave to fashion bongo. Boy berman. our associate producer. David the cavs of belleville green and catherine ferrall bluecher lotion. Our web is doug. The old gray mare assisted by connie bridgford. Our theme music is by david. Dog richmond and our technical spiritual and menu advisors just back from the siam row slam oil. Pickled vancaneghem minsk clamp battered ram quince jam and and degrom grand slam is john bugsy lawler who is supposed to be in in the building today. He's here my god. Our public opinion. Pollster is paul murky of mercury search assisted by statistician margin of error. Our customer care representative is. Hey would you buzz off our personal makeup artists his but tug valley our staff bicycle. Tested is my asserts are videography from the tel aviv. Office is schlomo replay. Chauffeur is peak off. Drop-off guest accommodations are provided by the horseshoe wrote in and the head of our working. The support group is a be dragon. Our chief counsel from the law. Firm of dewey cheat them. And how is you. louis. Dewey known to the buddy rich wanna be in harvard square as louis. Thanks so much for listening. We're click and clack the tapper brothers and above all don't drive like tommy and don't forget.

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"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

06:24 min | 10 months ago

"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

"The tap brothers and we hit a disgust cars car repair and listen retaliation. This week was celebrating thirty years. Npr by asking you what you want to hear and yes. we did. Note that the top vote-getter was the week in two thousand six. We both that laryngitis. And weren't able to speak but a close second to that was some of the hate meals received now. My brother love's reading are hate mail on the air and a lot of you. Remember this particularly precocious letter from a little tour named melissa. Dear cod talk. I just want to warn you that if you don't do something about that show of yours. I'm going to tell the. Epa the environmental protection agency by the way this is written in. What seems to be a child's handwriting. Don't you think maybe not to know i'm gonna write. Tell the epa to put a ban on your program. I'm tired of you. Polluting the airwaves with all those dumb jokes. I think your show is absolutely awful. And i'm sure that there are others who agree with me. I would also be. It would also be greatly appreciated if you would stop saying. Don't drive like my brother at the end of each program. I've never seen either of you dry but it can't be that bad file. You say you run a mechanic shop. I don't believe you. Nobody in their right mind would let either of you work on their cars sign. Melissa peterson seattle washington. Ps you might get more callers if you didn't insult the ones that you got p. p. s. My dog hates your show. You're right you said you wanted more male. Well here it is. I hope your satisfied. I'd new talk about venom. Wow gre- that was pretty potent. While i was be hard to top that one wouldn't it wouldn't. That's what i call fanmail. We're gonna thousand of those a week. It's good to know that i mean. She thinks that much of us that she wrote at length. I asked for the meal that night. You take anything in one. Eight eight eight car talk or one. Eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five low. You're on car talk. hi it's christie christie. Don't tell us no tell us where she's from. We're going to tell them how to spell it kogyo for o from chicago so let's just see hris ti ty. That's what he meant. Parliament had been if you had been like from like from from la y. s. t. e. e. e. Here leaders not right. That's a cheerleader spell. You got it. So what's going on kristie. I want to ask you guys. we've got about a car. Problem happened about fifteen years ago to my dad's old citation that i was driving. I've been feeling bad about it for a while. Nice just find out exactly closure closure it is closure something that's been plaguing you for fifteen years causing you nightmares. Is this something laming you for for really now. I mean reference to it after all these years you know. There's you know the car. The car died and i think he was surprised. Okay i was driving. I've got sixteen years old. And i was driving from south in indiana. It was your fault. I'm driving a nineteen nineteen. Eighty two chevy citation. This would have been like nineteen eighty two eighty three. I think the car was maybe a year old driving from south. Bend to where. I'm trying to get down to the Indiana university down in bloomington indiana about four and a half hour drive. Okay i get about. I tried for about half an hour and the temperature late starts kind coming on. I mean it's kind of coming on. It's going off it's coming on. It's not doing it in any kind of consistent way you know. It'll blink on for wound. So anyway i was just like okay. This is an problem. So this is a glitch. Yeah right quick. Because before we've had some real i'm like this is just another weirdo car thing. I go into the glove compartment. Get out of piece of tape. Put it over the lights be dealing with. Listen to our show at the time. I didn't know you guys were you guys on. The air used to sell the special tape in fact still have it so you put the tape over the light dr driving. Well i started losing acceleration. But that doesn't really thought me. Keep going until the car actually just stops. I mean i can't. I can't actually go any further and now i'm kinda like in southern indiana. I get towed down to this little mechanic shop put a new thermostat in the car and they told me to go back to south bend. They're like this. Is you know i they. They said this is like a band aid. But you know go back to south band. And of course i didn't. I drove another three hours. Went down to the. You know bloomington joe back the next day. Four and a half hours. You drove down to bloomington because your boyfriend was party to go down there. I was young so you turn around drive four hours back. Yeah and and you know i. The car was fide on. Oh no no tapes. Often the whiteside not blinking anymore. Okay so i get back to south bend and You know. I thought everything was fine those mechanics. It's fixed it thermostat from whatever and my dad then got in the car to go to work. He worked about ten minutes from our house and car just blows up. The engine block was almost melted. Together was really. It was a major major problem and my dad was is utterly confusing. Of course he came home and asked me if anything happened. And i said i know gosh really dream all the way down loyd back trying to figure out why the car why did like just putting thermostat and do and did..

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"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

08:12 min | 10 months ago

"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

"And even the listeners wonder whether they've got some kind of weird one hour virus whenever they hear us saying this is npr for this podcast and the following message. Come from the university of virginia darden school of business through darden signature. Approach to teaching and learning you will gain skills to make an impact as a purpose driven leader at darden facilities and roslyn professionals can earn an mba or ms ba or take executive education programs while continuing to work learn more about darden's full variety of program offerings visit darden dot virginia dot edu slash npr support for npr and the following message. Come from better. Help offering online counseling better. Health therapist has joe explains the importance of creating a safe space for therapy. I can't tell you how many times i've had clients that. Say that expression like. I've never told that to anybody. That's when i know. I've made some kind of momentous move with this person. They feel safe enough to expose that part of themselves and doing that together with somebody else can be very powerful to get matched with a counselor within forty eight hours and save ten percent. Go to better help dot com slash car talk. We live in a world a country and a moment in time. Were there so much important news and it is constantly changing. That's why up. I is here for you. It's npr's daily morning news. Podcast in about ten minutes. You can start your day informed. Listen to up first on the npr one app. Or wherever you get your podcasts back. You're listening to car talk with us. Click and clack the tapper brothers and we talk about cars car repair and thirties wasting perfectly good hours now. This week we've asked you via social and elsewhere to tell us what moments mall stuck with you or as we put it. We're least intolerable. And a number of you asked to hear from a guy who appeared several times over the years repeatedly evading. Our call screeners. Somehow i don't know how we did it. Here is five five. Hello you're on car. Talk this is daniel in the hudson valley new york state. Yes daniel and the hudson valley. This is a familiar siding. Daniel daniel pink one of the famous daniel pinquater of npr and book fame. Same say the one and only one and only now you may recall. We've spoken previously. I've course i recall it was right. After you published fish whistle once we discussed my theory of displaced misery. I remember that when regarding pujol's straw physician that if you own a french car no further ill luck. Can before you pre-disaster right after that you you assisted me. Abeille in the case of the mysterious flashing dashboard in the car. I purchased from five brothers all named mike five case of the fi conan doyle mystery. What's the next chapter daniel. I have the next chapter for. This is a problem that i've actually solved it is. It's well known that i am circumference challenged. You told us that and it is a cruel fast that even if you've been fat all your life you still get middle aged spread on top at insult. Injury solta yes. Yeah well this resulted in my having difficulty gracefully entering and exiting my car civic was not the right path. Run at it. The grease up your body running the store greece wheel. They're going to swim the english channel. I'm gonna to get the corner. Milk wasn't the worst in a parking lot. I would draw a crowd now. You can't get a running start getting out. No no yeah. So i decided i had to find something that was rotunda accessible all right. Yeah so i began checking out various vehicles and my experiences were well. They were painful. In many cases can report. For example that the the nissan altima is not for the no diametrically disadvantage smoke in the room to be kept in there so i found a nineteen eighty five. Bmw seven. Thirty five. I this is about as big as bmw's get doors like a church. That is the conflict you by looking at the car along comes a man a mr moriarty professor moriarty and says you know we can get you in this car with no trouble. I said that's what i hope so. We did. Some trial entrances. I was able to gracefully. Enter and seat myself so now. I wanted the car very much. This car is got a seat memory. Press the button and the electric seat will adjust itself to the position. It remembers in the case of this car from his first older. Yeah who was the guy. I recognize him if i saw. He's got a nineteen inch in seen like a guerilla. So i had plenty of time to read my owner's manual. I have it before me On page three dash stroke. Oh seven a sitting ski rack technical modifications and keeping fit and i read from manual. Stop the car at intervals. Thri a few of the gymnastic exercises. We have outlined for you following. This is on your way to the slopes on occasionally and you do the exercise on pages. Three dash oh eight. This be keeping fit. We have a dozen diagrams which include one swinging z. All spending forum three zo hula-hoop movement titans bending oversaw racist number. Four number five is raising up which we won't go into that one. Bill de bends fifteen jumping jacks. So have you tried all these course of course page three dash ten stroke see an important contribution to journey. Fitness is made by kurt nutrition. This is an oldest manual that you stay fit from not eat greasy cheeseburgers. You really fresh fruit chris. Well you don't need time. Car actually lost a lot of weight and also nice saturn. Gee i don't my owners. Manuals never had this level of detail. Now you know i got a hold of a owners manual for a five series. Bmw already a pretty classy car. This there is nothing about calisthenics. There's nothing about the right crisp and the fresh vegetables. This is only for the elite. Were you know why. I mean they make so much money on these cars. They want to make sure that you live long enough to buy many of them or at least to finish the payments on the one. You're incorrigible wise guy..

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"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

"Too much money. The gate will go up. And within two months you'll have satisfied your conscience. You'll satisfy the conwell pennsylvania. Would they come get me. Is there any way they can get my address for my license can find out. It's it's called the betsy ross. Bridge nice five in pennsylvania where it recently burned down right by us. That's why i had to take that bridge back to reach the pennsylvania transp- transportation authority. Okay okay. delaware's a delaware pennsylvania Coming from new jersey into pennsylvania pennsylvania. The bridges actually in pennsylvania jersey to pennsylvania. New jersey a bridge over between the two states. Also both states. Oh it's the federal government then it's a federal concern so i don't know it seems to be run by the delaware port authority. Okay the delaware because over the delaware river. Maybe we have on the phone. You gotta be kidding me. I'm not going to believe this. Hold on we're not giving him you on name. Evidently doug and ken have just somehow gotten a hold of who dawn somebody. Who's the bridge manager. Hello don gale. All this is cruel. I really was ready to pay the two dollars. Sure.

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"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

"O'neil don't they. They come from kids petition. The ports changed names to something more innocuous quarterly odi whenever they hear us saying this is npr support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the american jewish world service working together for more than thirty years to build a more just and equitable world. Learn more at age. Aws dot org support for this podcast and the following message come from k. Buxbaum in support of the david gilkey and zaba ulitsa mono- memorial fund established to strengthen npr's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments support for npr and the following message. Come from better help. Offering online counseling. Better help therapist. Has you joe. Explains the importance of creating a safe space for therapy. I can't tell you how many times i've had clients that. Say that expression. Like i've never told to anybody. That's when i know. I've made some kind of momentous move with this person. They feel safe enough to expose that part of themselves and doing that together with somebody else can be very powerful to get matched with a counselor within forty eight hours and save ten percent. Go to better help dot com slash car. Talk over this last year and a half. The world's been through a lot so on this season of the store podcast. We'll hear stories reminding us that. Even when times are hard we can still begin again. Listen to our new season. Wherever you get your podcast. I were back. You're listening to talk with us..

"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

"It was not a pretty you know he has told me day after day after day after day that i have done some type of permanent forever damage to this vehicle of his dream car. Yeah wow i really hate the vehicle. Wanna get near. Is we get behind the wheel of will you ever again i question. There is nothing wrong with his car. nothing was done. you didn't have. You had the tank drained and they filled it with gasoline. Now runs fine. I think it runs fine. He says no. It doesn't well. You know why he wants to be able to hold a grudge forever because what you know. Whatever happens this thing from now until the end of time. He's going to be blamed on you. So i think you're only out here is a fire. I think you. I think you need to hire someone to torture is a possible solution. I think the only solution disappear somehow but vehicles one hundred and ten thousand miles on it and it throws a rod. He's going to say ellen. Remember back in nineteen ninety four when you filled it up with diesel. That's what caused it and you won't be able to deny it but now see i am denying it. 'cause y'all are telling me that that i am right. Nothing wrong with that car. He's not gonna listen you know he's not gonna. We're going to lose him as a listener to lose your listeners. Now where we've already lost all the meal listeners. Only hope is to agree with you ellen. Because all we have left is a few females. You're absolutely right. You did no damage to that vehicle and everything he notices which isn't quite right. I'm having trouble your husband around. We talked to him. He talk to us. He's he's a gun kylie getting a room with cleaning isn't gonna get them ellen not talk that's right. We've alienated all males. Let's be honest. let's be. Let's be serious just for a moment. It is possible. There's some small chance that the diesel fuel being crud begin with might have in fact clogged up injectors right it's only one step up from the primordial that's right i mean these will feel it comes out of the ground and just the way it comes out of the ground they put it in a tank so it is. It is not as refined so to speak as we are. I mean as as gasoline is so it is possible that he does. Your husband is indeed. Right so i would get them to put some to maybe cleaned injectors even put some injector cleaner in. There are many additives on the market. That will help to clean the injectors and make them work the weight. And get the spray pattern back to where it should be and that'll help but the more important issue is restoring your your relationship where it was before you started all the suming. It was all right. It must have been all right. He gave her the vehicle to drive so he must have had some degree of trust. You saw husband's problem is he. You sound like a very nice lady. Thanks so that's the only thing that saved your butt because you guys dream. You didn't reckitt whatever we don't even want to use the word damage whatever it has been done to it is easily fixable so all those things to claim the that right you'll injector cleaner injector cleaner. Write you dump it in the gas tank a couple of times maybe. Mix it with a little diesel fuel to. And if that doesn't make him happier then he can take it into the shop and they can actually take the injectors out and clean them. I doubt it will need that. Eleanor has been a joy and pleasure talking to you keep smiling. It's only car. Yeah keep listening to lighten up fake for him. But i will go right. But he wouldn't even talk to us. Who had done for god. It's hundred take a short break right. I can see the gauge on. Your forehead is reading hot. Must be kinda cool..

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"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

"One eight car tuck. That's one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five lawyer.

"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

06:03 min | 10 months ago

"four year" Discussed on Car Talk

"National public radio with us clicking the tapper brothers and we're broadcasting this week from the ripley's believe it or not department here would car talk plaza and are believe it or not entry for today is a car. Talk has now been on. Npr for thirty years which is about twenty nine years. Three hundred sixty four days and twenty three hours longer than any of us thought to show last. Now we know the most appropriate way to marcus. Anniversary would be with a heartfelt apology for all those hours that you wasted with us but instead this month. We're looking back at some of our all time. Favorite moments and the theme for this week's show is relationships. It didn't take long for us to figure out that just about every issue and human relationships somehow gets expressed through cars including the first stage where relationship meeting that special someone. One eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five. Hello your car talk. This is chris in colorado springs. What's up man. My question is about how to go about meeting women and traffic. You know this can be a depressing time of your bachelor's wondering if you had any Good strategies short of having a head on or Playing bumper cars to get how to get that female that you've that you've spied through from your driver's seat to first of all notice you and then to actually roll down your window. Why would why would anyone. Why would this boy chris. This is a challenge. Wait a minute. Don't give up. No i'm not giving up. Because i tried just for years i mean. Is it appropriate at a stop light to just get out of your car and leave it there and walk around the passenger side and knock on the on the on the glass to get in no jail. That's not good. This is going to be voluntary on her apart. So either she's You have to have a car that she's interested in for example and i don't know how that's obviously why some guys go out and buy ferrari testarossa 's testimonies right and that's obviously why because it's it's kind of a car that you think women will say. Wow what's that. And i have noticed in fact this past summer i was driving a bmw z. Three on the highway with the top down and the wind blowing through my ball spun. But as i was i got enough here to almost fake it. I mean the loan around and a car full of young girls had been following me. I noticed at a distance they were in the left hand lane. Still in the right hand lane in this. Carfully young babes. Yeah is following me obviously wanted to check out not just the car but who wheel boy. I'll tell you never saw a sixty five dart move fast when they pulled up next me and found out who was driving so there is the point that you might date were they were but they wanted to see the car and when they saw the car and who was behind the wheel boy. They zoomed off on that diet. They were gone so the car. Obviously you can have. You can buy an interesting and expensive sports car well. I'll liquidate my entire stock portfolio. First thing tomorrow now the the thing that got me thinking about this was was the fact that cars are so damn reliable. These days that there aren't any damsels in distress. You know to be saved with outspoken. Down by the side of the road saved anyway because all they want you to do is call. The police dug out of your car. If you wanted to be a favor call the police on your cell phone or they have cell phones and you can't trust anybody and that's part of the problem right. Well chris i think the solution that i know. That guys like berman used for years because he could never get any girls to talk to him was a dog. The puppy a puppy dog. Especially i mean. Nothing is cuter yacht. Don't care if you're allergic. I don't like dogs. I don't care doesn't like the car very much for your cats are no good. Nothing is cuter than a little golden retriever. Furry golden retriever. Hoppy have women all over you. Wait a second. I'm cuter than a golden. I don't quasimodo. Could have a golden retriever puppy on the ends of beliefs right and christie. Brinkley would be beaten on the door of yet. Beat him trust us. We do have an interesting idea here. Though that i mean there's the positive side the silver lining to a traffic jam. Is you could meet the love of your life if you only knew how to do it. Think about people. Would you use if you were to roll down the window. What would you say to an attractive female. It's in the car next to you. Know what if what if you're lucky enough to get her to roll down kirwin better than she turned to you and smiled. Oh what would be your next step. I know has all of the american men are dying. Say next i would say My car would like to get together again with your car. And we're both invited. Bad the females in the group. Okay harrah's giving two thumbs down thirty six down. Yeah let's try again. Try another one rid traffic. Who've been in traffic you're going along bumper to bumper tumblers back and forth by turns to you she turns to you and with only spoken words. She smiles and you roll down your window and she rolls down her rolls down her window. And you say what. Chris dot com. That's it well. I think karen and catherine agree.

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"four year" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"four year" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Don't know. I mean it just. It's impossible to say accept. Everything would have been different. There are so many things that would have been different. It's actually hard to nail down. What specifically would have been different. Can i give you my hottest retroactive. Take just because we're kind of talking about it right now okay. So that's another category coming. So the category is and we're doing right now. Hottest retroactive take francis from bill. Simmons not years ago one. You wish you had at the moment. here's the take. I wish i had in the moment. This will eventually destroy the new england patriots as we know where they want a super bowl after this yes totally made another super bowl and then they won a super bowl name berth. Yes absolutely always it. However i do. I do point to this game as a really really important moments in the timeline of kind of like brady really needing to go somewhere else in really wanting to go somewhere else in orchestrating his way out and obviously it took a long time in part because he had to do it by getting to free agency but also because they were so good and they went back to super bowls and they won another one. But i do think that this and a lot of this is coming from South africa shams reporting but in particular. He had that piece. You know about a year later year after this game about all the figures that were developing new england and a lot of it started right after this game. Because that's when brady i think you know. Sometimes i think people think it's a binary between was brady this guy who would take criticism and bell. Jack could you know. Mfm watching film and tell him that the quarterback and foxborough high could make better throws than he could and brady took less money and was just totally about team. I never ju- attention to himself or anything or it's like he's completely not that guy when i think in reality he did a lot of that stuff for a long time. And then after a certain point i think and pretty understandably so he started feeling like you know what i do deserve to be treated a little bit differently than everybody else. Maybe i've done a little bit more than some other players on the team. Some other people in this organization. Maybe it's not the most ridiculous thing in the world to acknowledge that a little bit. It was the fall after the super bowl that his book came out. And then he started. You know there started to be more Tension between out guerrero and the team. The following fall was when guerrero got banned from the sidelines and had to travel on his own and everything. Alex guerrero's officially back varies assery on the sidelines and tampa bay. Exp- he is welcome. I'm sure he's on the plane. I'm sure it's all by the way. Alex barros Banning from team travel was not terribly bad. I think he used to get hooked up with if there was an aston martin dealership in whatever city. They were traveling to ending tom. Brady's deal with them Helped alex grow. Get a loaner car once or twice. I'm sure his accommodations were perfectly comfortable. I think he was fine. But i don't remember back in tampa. What do you you like. He would go to like buffalo for a weekend and get an aston martin. Yeah yes so how it used to be was that like. He could travel at the patriots. Who is he used to have an office way. Too much work to have a to have asked martin for like two days. What are we doing here. Well that i can't answer. All i can say is sometimes it would be like okay. The patriots would be staying at some local marriott. And then alex grow would pull up in an aston martin and it was like. I'm sure you're staying in a much nicer hotel. This and i'm sure your your travel or entrance fide. One time i was gone the senior bowl i landed really late at night in atlanta airport and they gave me like a really really nice corvette and i didn't understand how to drive it and It was just a very complicated car and then as soon as they got on the highway got stopped and i was like oh man i must have been going too fast and i pulled over georgia. Pd and they were like you know you're going like twenty five miles per hour on the highway like.

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"four year" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"four year" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Just now though once the comeback started it all seemed to make sense There're just things about this game that when you watch it in the moment you say okay well that's it that's it i mean even you even think about the The devante freeman play When they're backed up inside the ten add before the royal catch where he goes on covered and the patriots defensive breakdown he goes for like thirty yards will not have been happening all game especially as calkins got up so big just the edges. They were able to get there so consistently and the patriots had such trouble covering matt and and they've tightened it up but then it was just like all over again. It felt like you know they're that actually in some ways struck me more than like what i remembered was kind of the inevitability once the comeback started was partially being like what the fuck is going on but then also being like. Oh my god. The patriots are machine. This is tom. Brady like if somebody's going to do it. It's going to be tom. Brady the thing that i had sort of forgotten about that even as as they were really mounting that comeback. How many times. It almost didn't happen. I think that there are probably a lot of times. When if you're arthur blank dan quinn your thomason a trough. You've said oh my god. Thank god we're safe like few ativan even when you didn't say that after a play like if it didn't go in the in the falcons direction brady threw some dangerous passes like alfred. I think he must've tipped three balls a couple of them in one. There was one in overtime. I'll just say right now because it's also one of my greatest. What ifs vic beasley could have intercepted but the play. Before james white's touchdown there was a drought could have been intercepted by vic beasley. Got one hand on it. It would have been an incredibly more. And what would it be would need to have been more turned a little bit but the way the ball was thrown. If you the ball hundred times it gets picked off a not insignificant amount of times. Yeah there is another on I mean first of all just to have the drive. That had the element catch that led to the Touchdown the to conversion that tied at radio to complete a third and ten to chris hogan there was another one where you know. He throws over the middle alpher. Just just tips it up and it was like that was inches away from being a pick and it's so funny. How like all of that totally slipped my mind of just the like white. Knuckling every single plan that drive a hundred. That's the weird thing is that afterwards it seemed preordained and yet there were a handful of times where probably shouldn't have been. I mean you look at their. Was dwight free any sack of tom. Brady with eight minutes to go in the first play of the drive and he probably think the whole thing. The whole thing is dawn And then they score a touchdown a couple of plays later It's just the patriot. This was this may have been peak. Patriots Tom brady is doing doing whatever it took. I just making making plays. Everybody feel like there was one reaction To i think it was the catch. Where calvin noy was like kind of freaking out a little bit. Yeah he's his whole face is just like widening but one of the funny things about is everybody else in the patriots was just like. Yeah this is kind of what we do a mea. Connor reminds me of like manchester. United was always famous for this where they would come back and just got to be normal. And i saw a quote the other day from barry trotz. Who's the islanders coach. And i thought were interesting. Because this whole debate over momentum. And obviously i think momentum in sports is overrated for just from the media aspect of and how much we attribute to it but he said momentum doesn't carry over but confidence does and i just kind of feel like when you get any situations. And you're the atlanta falcons and your Robert alford or any of these guys. Were these little tiny mistakes on the back end with five minutes to go and not picking off a pass or or know letting the ball hang on your arm whatever it is and these ninety nine percent of these things are not not within your control but i kinda feel like when one team knows. They're going to come back and the other team also knows the other team is gonna come back. Weird things start to happen. Yep and anything. There's some of that that happens. You know we'll we'll definitely get to this. But that's not contained just to the game right. It's it seems like it's in. Some ways contains to what happened to both of these franchises in the aftermath day. I'd say we're remember talking to birdie. Afterwards yes i do too. He was so he said he was just like someone asked him to sum it up and he was like well a lot of should happen tonight. Yes but he also so. I think it was like there was such a back and forth. You can even hear it so far in this conversation that we're having wear like part of my experience was that What's going on. I have to throw out this story. That i have written right a new one like this. Be real and then the other half is sensing this inevitability of of the patriots doing and i think the players felt that too because brady sobbed on the field. After this happened later.

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"four year" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"four year" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"And this on yourself well and i would also encourage signed a picture of yourself. Four year. i'll take care of yourself to do some reflection and some. I don't know it sounds weird. I i'm just like when i look at this picture. I just love the little kid and it's me. It's just like none of the narcissistic way. But you should put it up on the camera again so we can just reflect on i mean how could you not like the job. Look the djelic the shirt. The outfit is kinda hilarious. The number it is. But i think it's It's interesting because people sometimes we may be almost a little bit frightened to go down that route you know. Oh yeah because it's a different person. I mature responsible. I'm this i'm not. I remember when. I had my own therapeutic practice. My guy used to say to me. I'm brian to describe the kid inside you. This trying to get out. And i remember the first time yossi. John didn't really really night what he meant. What do you mean that. Well how old is he. How old's little boy trying to look how you're behaving right now. And how old were you when you started behaving like that. And sometimes you see i remember seeing even my partner wants that they would say frustrated with me. But i see in an adult. You know on the floor. And it's like i wanted to say. How old are you right now. I'm getting my way and it's not. I think so. There's some real some real meaning. I think in real purpose in not reflection. I would absolutely recommend that you do that. That people do grab a picture before they went to primary school and have a look and see one. Are they still in touch with that. Young child that child had greens aspirations and imagination beyond anything that we probably have now with a restricted life. Week sometimes give ourselves sometimes. You'll need either back. When i was that age did.

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"four year" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"four year" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"Always right. The next distortion is i label and then my next is still in my third. One is minimize. Say it's not going my way. I stopped to label. Because they're wrong. i'm right and then i be bothered anymore so i just it Forget it that why we and i moved forward and those again it goes back to these new communication unless i'm walking around with a little kind of poster on me say at the moment. I'm displaying minimization. Leave me for twenty minutes. And i will be fine. I will come back. And i'll be right. I think that's two questions of united wanted. I won't getting in my way allows me to acknowledge when the eight year old boy comes out to play when he doesn't need to. But do you find gets into way when you'll release conversations for me. I would say it's it's not listening to the inner intuition that enter enter chabahar. It's so interesting on my desk. I have this picture. There's four year old. john. I recently did this This really fascinating course called positive intelligence. Ai right and one of the exercises was to find an old picture of yourself picture of when your child and to reflect on this picture and so i don't know for the last four months or so. I've had this picture this four year old picture myself on my desk rather than neath a little lamp. That's gonna giving me larry now and it's amazing. How in farming it can be and to tie this into some of the other things. It's a beautiful way of removing judgment and labeling another people so the encouragement is not only checking in with the four year. Old version of yourself. That's like the most purest innocent essence of you. It's still there but seeing that child and other people. And i can't tell you how powerful is particularly people that really bug you particularly people that you're just like i cannot love that person and just can't go there man when you just make it up. It's like what do i think this person i think but i think brad looked like when he was four. And you know we can do that. I think and it changes everything. If i see if i'm really mad at you or i can't get along with you but i see you as a little four year old. What i say. And treat you the way i wanna treat you. Based on how mad. I am and frustrated with you wanna jerk. I think you are no changes everything. So yeah i was having a conversation with someone recently as having a hard time connecting and having compassion.

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"four year" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"four year" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"You say say what you mean. Meanwhile she say. And i love that. We're talking about a dump miguel ruiz's in his four agreement it is about being authentic with your word and i love that concept because what it does is it in naples me to hold it myself when i say something and actually means i can also put it back. I say something out loud and you're actually joan. I just said myself say no. That's just not true. I'm not gonna. I'm gonna own the fact that that's that's the as i'm sorry. I didn't think that drew. Let me rewind start again. And actually if you're in the middle of a you know an argument with somebody a partner left simply. I think it's interesting. We don't always let people take words back. We hold people to that what you said this. When i didn't mean that he had a you said it. I just wonder if when we say things in that moment. if we have this nuance non-communication. We would be entitled. Say john i just heard. I didn't mean not a tool and you would forget it in that moment. You say okay brad. If you didn't mean it what do you mean. And i'll tell you what i mean. I'm will move the compensation on but how many conversations get stuck because people don't say what they mean or mean what they say. I would come at a different way and say that that other is bringing meaning. I can't bring meaning to what you're saying. Only you brad can tell me the true meaning behind your words but when i decide what your words mean for you to me that the place. You can't really go. But people visit that place every day every day before i do too i do too. My wife says something. And i get hooked. And i'm like yeah because you meant this right and just like well. No i didn't. I'm like well surely you must have meant that. And then we just go round in circles until i like grow up enough to realize what do i remember years ago. My fact me for this being my brother's house and he's got four girls and three of them were on his back leg in shoulder you know as he will the says and his wife. Katie been doing the washing and left at the bottom of the stairs. You not take up on the next trip as my brother was like walking out the stairs. Three hanging from him. His wife came around the corner from the kitchen unsaid. Did you see the washing that relatively liberally stepped over to not like full on it with three girls on there right so of cool's he dropped. The gulf spun ran immediately. Said well you know. I can't do everything light his so she responded everything.

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"four year" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

The John Poelstra Show

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"four year" Discussed on The John Poelstra Show

"Today and rebroadcasting yet. Another conversation with brad solomon founder and ceo of the t. g. group from his podcast called the lockdown sessions. We continue to talk about whatever is in front of us and today i got my act together and was actually on video so youtube videos maurier jam than audio a to the youtube version of this in the notes. And if you wanna see what my four year old self looks like. We share childhood pictures which just again evolved out of the conversation Those are only available on youtube as well and we keep coming back to the book the four agreements so for some reason. That book is likely my future. I read a tiny bit of that ever existed up until now so hope you enjoy it jump off. Strike your back for third time. Yeah except for here. Welcome to the lump gown session. Another scintillating echoed ready to fly off the publishing apple. Watch john welcome. How are you sir. I'm well you know you really. What were you saying in the description for the last one so name addictive nation. I don't remember talking about we. Yeah not really my thing. You want to listen to it by while we were talking about. How do you make decisions. Shouldn't you know yes or no. We were talking you active nation as you make that decision of what to do and you send you go with the moment you feel that intuition you feel you know the full spectrum of life and it was like wow how do we get two different nation from books. Quite honestly from books well majority can just the floor because we said if you Base nets yes. Yeah without book jet. So i felt we come back and talk about books again the cockpit. I've been thinking actually since we lost chatted.

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"four year" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"four year" Discussed on Because We Said

"But like I think we now would explain it because I mean, it was a lot like that but is more of a legalistic lake. There were rules that were to be followed based on biblical principles. made out has also military. So I think that that kind of had a little bit to play with it like it was very strict. I grew up in a very strict house like I mean not so strict where like I couldn't wear pants strict. You definitely wore pants I definitely wear pants. I meant. What attracted me to you is the fact that you didn't wear pants. Open. I'm kidding oh getting Others upon him. Gosh. No but it was it was a strict house. So I mean like we didn't have to wear dresses all the time. We didn't have to cover our heads how some women do like. It was like you said, is legalistic like we look down on people who who didn't go to church and I mean like that. That was. At the time I didn't know any different. You know that was just that was how we grew up. All I knew is that I wasn't allowed to wear makeup outside the house. I didn't. I wasn't allowed to do this. I wasn't allowed to listen to that kind of music I wasn't. You know there were a lot of things that I just I couldn't do because we went to church you know and. It was a lot I mean. I don't know Bash on my on my dad. My family that was non. Early. GROWING UP I saw lot of bill. In not not just my family but the families that we were around. Yeah I had One of my one of my friends growing up her dad was bill. And her mom. Thought that being submissive meant that she just had to listen to every single thing that her husband said and she had no opinion. She. She was not a person and I don't agree with that I feel like that is very demeaning that that post that you shared it's very demeaning toward women meaning that women only serve one function and that's either for you to get off for you to get fed or for your kids to be taken care of. And I. I don't agree with that. And that was I mean not saying that you did. Not Get a right hand that was that was. It was it was meant to be funny. And and generally the depot right. But the generally those those those questions are used in a humorous way. I don't want anybody to take offense to it. I mean here's the thing I don't see anything wrong with I mean, the Bible says to be submissive to your husband. But. What. What how I feel is you know what? I have no problem being submissive to you. But? For me to be submissive to you, there needs to be respect to give him back and that that did not pose to me as he was being respectful to his wife rain. So. It's just like. With anything if you don't give respect, you're not going to get it back and I think that maybe that's his problem. The he he's not getting any respect from his wife but you WANNA know why bill because you're not giving respect. You're not showing your wife that she is loved more than anything else. You're not showing her that that you know she is prized in your is above everybody else you're just expecting from her and. obviously, I feel that that's not right well, and part of the reason I brought it up because I was I remember I was going through Yahoo and looking for questions that we could be funny and. and..

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"four year" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"four year" Discussed on Because We Said

"Might as well. Be Me I think it's like. You and the girls kind of have what he took the red box back. Yes I did. Sorry. That was. So. Anyway, the original of the show was basically let's have fun. Let's have conversations with each other that we think other people need to hear because everybody needed to know we had a red box By the way, I should've taken it back last night. Took it back to Knight. Nike about it. I know. We Go I actually do have an outline for the show. Following it at all on your phone. You could look at it. Will about that? So the the original see for the show for the fifth time was to have these conversations with the two of us but record them and and just have fun because. We knew. That there's no way in the world that we were the only two people having the conversations that we have. Maybe we are. Maybe we are. Now you get to listen to it and yeah and We encourage. We encourage you to weigh in on the episodes. Give feedback. Yeah. or share stories. I. Think That's something that I'm looking forward to so here at you know. Almost, ten minutes into the show. I'm just GONNA, ask you please go to because we said show dot com I thought you were asking me no, not you listener that I'm GonNa to. I have to quit looking at me at at you Wendy and look at the computer when I'm not talking directly to you. But. That's kind of weird too. So anyway, listener person you listening yes. Looking at the computer. You. Yes you go to because we said show dot com and leave a comment on the first episode post that was Cheesy I. Know I don't know I don't know I know. Oh? Doesn't get it. She's rambunctious people. She had coffee sometime today. I had two cups of coffee today and that's a lot of gravy. So. Let's Let's start with the First Section in our outline. Oh, that one yeah. Verde covered two out of three well. Of I mean, kind of so like you said, it's been four years since our last episode. Yeah. And our kids have grown right we have a ten year old ten year old double digits doubles Ho attitude. Yeah it's an interesting it's a new thing. I'm kind of upset with my parents for not telling me that this happens but then again. My parents had mostly boys. Yeah, and they were all like you. Boys just well, you know what boys deal. Come in the bathroom for ten minutes. They're fine. We we. Did. Know, we have lots and lots of attitude from the ten year old. She's quite spunky. Though I mean I mean I have to say that I'm obligated to say that I think it's it's in the parent code is in like a contract like the release forms. Spill See I think that's why see that's why we should have had kids at home. Well, I think that's why might have the last asking to be home. So so there's no contract there like we can treat these kids however we want. I don't know So yeah. Grace is ten now. Grace yes and not greasy. Gracie she'll probably always be my gracie. She is a spitfire she is one. She shall things electronic which I can't think of any kid right now that's not until electronics or SCR I think though that we're we're trying to pivot that in the best possible direction and enter friends..

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"four year" Discussed on Because We Said

Because We Said

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"four year" Discussed on Because We Said